The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 5, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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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VOL. LXIX. No. 108' KEY WEST FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MAY: 5, 1948 PRICE yf1g cmrrs f





, Colin: .:.. II, And!ff '..'FIRST DEMOCRATIC: : PRIMARY', TUESDAY: MAY 4, 19.111 .

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In. 1(,*;0\Of. .nlOrIlarc 931: PrerinrU" RtMill > -. I $200 On National I CANDIDAn: [ n ro b b i'I',.oo: R ro f 1"i" ;b f 0 I' : For Sheriff May 2S i iI '

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far Warrra of Jacksonville-today For Governor
pulled Ahead of Dan McCarty of County will spend $200 F. D. (DOC) AKIN 17 6 4 6 4 1 6 .J.t t *EARL ADAMS I'OLLKD: 1

Fort Pierce convention RICHARD H. COOPER 22 5 2 3 5 I o :333
in a close run for i upon,the annual of .

,f flr..t place primary in yesterday's for governor democratic the National Association of County ; COLIN BERNARR ENGLISH MacFADDEN 2M 16 231 15 239:3 :305 l0 155:6. . 26 I 66 1.)2 12.32= I City and County Will i iI. HIGHEST \ OTK.;; IHKNCO j;

I Seven other candidates were I ,commissioners to be held inJacksonville DAN McCARTY un 1&1 57 1&5 t 9t"' .u 51 7&8 O'BRYAATL.. .j,
eliminated. Warren and McCartywill I BASIL H. POLLITT 32 2 I 3 2 - :2 042
r June the
, be In a runoff May 25. Un- W. A. (BILL) SHANDS 113 60 114 87 I 29! 21. . 36' 40.- 'I.I.Talk About Crime With LEN .\"O\G: LKADKHS: 1
I ufficial returns from 954 of the County Commission determinedat FULLER.WARREN 307 211 168 112' IU ..16'X 1107J. 1
I Mate's 1&37 precincts cave its meeting last night TOM WATSON 72 52 32 41". i 34-. 13 18 198For Berlin A. Sawyer aced Jon j

! len 113.907 and McCarty war-I 1 Money for the entertainment American M. SpotUwood will ..-mtfr in t'i- j
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Roth McCarty and of county commissioners from Attorney' General '. 0 I Legionnaires runoff May 2$ to till the I i-" ,,1.
I war veteran, and both cut their every state in the nation will L GRADY BURTON 77 83 57 if 'O' 23 38 41KP. tion
political teeth ""*fore they were I 1 come from Florida's 67 counties. GUY CREWS > 117 61 76 "77 41 4 it 4oo ACCEPT: ; : INVITATION OF 30 years old. Warren served in The $200 will be spent for an ad- RICHARD W. (DICK) ERVIN 109! 101 53 13t 0 72 120 .63..4\\ from January 1.

the slate legislature. when he I: vertisement of Monroe Countyin HUGH 1. McARTHUR : 47 49 3& 51 t 52 11 16 227For ARTHUR SAWYER ISO. ; Several In the primary dectmi hl" i
was 21. and McCarty was speaker *:. the official publication of the Liquor i yesterday the fight far UK air,
of the House when he was 29., convention. !I State .Comptroller I 28 POST TO DISCUSS'' ifFs office was tfce lull... .< Itt '
Warren U now 42 and McCarty On suggestion of Chairman' EDWIN G. FRASER 1&0 15-1 143 172 9J! 43 75 86:1: Transfers Last everyone in doubt right &01M' ,j
M. |i, Frank Bentley of Monroe Commission I C. M. GAY 250 246 142 279 IGfi 61 121 I28H. f.! LOCAL SITUATION i i last count last night. -o}
Colin English was third in the Commissioner W. A. A. LEE 45; 3'': 29 52 3f 11 21 22f. Sheriff Sawyer' relied n,. i
governor's race with 58,925, followed Parrish made the motion for the At 5:30 p.m. on Friday at the i i Night Approved highest vote 1999. Trailing h.".

,. hv State Senator hands expenditure of the $200.Mrs : For State Treasurer invitation of. Arthur Sawyer Post |i ; were SpolUweod with l i9 1

with 37.6M. Atty. Gen. Tom \Vat.n i I R T. (DOC) CARLISLE 51 45 43 .5I w : 23: 3.j 31: 23 of the American Legion. civic'leader !:' Transfer of several) liquor licenses Eberhardt with 7W. Itivu 'wit
k.. was fourth with 33,840. i Lowe J. EDWIN LARSON 201 227 156 271 171 71 122 122:: 363; Goi firing with 9M and F'-
Grace of the city and and the issuance of :
The winner of the run-off will ; county ; another rer with 105,
succeed Governor Millard Caldwell -'' I For State Superintendent vill discuss; the Key West crime j'I one on the Upper Keys For stele representative.8trnl' 1

next January. Because 1 Died Yesterday ;+ of Public Instruction situation "to sue what can be
tWftMvrattr voters outnumber Rev I TOM D. BAILEY un 1 188<:: 137 2121 167 4.1 97 109 ",one to make this a better city meeting of the Monroe County against 1230 for Watkins and J:..: \

publicans 14 GI and the Demo-1 1 ROBERT D. DOLLEY 87 W Q 6-'i 91 1-1 27 31 432 m which to iivc. I 1 Commission. for Parrott.
is tantamount I j jtu At City Hospital 14 11. 28 232 I i In the fight far clerk of ('11
vratic<< nomination ROBERT C. MARSHALL 3j; 43 29 29 Approved were: ,
election." |, Acting on the suggestion of Transfer of licen-je from 903i cuit Court Earl R. AdMRb. \ tan ,_

Return were! virtually ("un,-j jl : For Circuit. Judge : rieorpe Allen Warren commancr i Simonton street to 210 Duval newspapermaii. pulfcd ; <*
counties Mrs. Grace Fogarty Lowe 7.4. -< of the Arthur\ Sawyer Post I highest vote of m "'.
( anjroae
lete fame the larger 11th Judioiai Circuit..Croup I street. Jess Norcissa holds the
where voting machines are used. passed away yesterday afternoon ROBERT H. CUVENS'Jf'; 112 .20; 132 271) 96 19!' 41 92'WILLIAW !) t ,nd chairman:: of the Legions law I' license. . i' county. %69. Me'" ChMt '
aCuunling was lawjn O\hrl'C'OUn.' MJiERIN' !Y.J ,.4i9 30" < '' !') _.. 21 rw- '41170fIND :: nforcement. committee the city 1 Transfer of. license of the Casa- Frank Baatfay .* the Count.
in the West : : .
t .,!it!\!lSjjVlock_ Key: "?, ''' -- n't'thcounty-' Commission tMkn fi"
acted To by mam
.N.'<.<. ml Mm leimMi ufHn : .. 1K T1" '' ; II' 10'' g 12) 13 9' 16 7' se- ways Bar and Package:: Stop at ,
ball**. Municipal Hospital after a short ROSS ''WIL4J.AMS. IJ.I! 174 II' 117! 140 17 7 37"For (ContinUed. On Page;;; Eight) 1 (Continued On Page Three) to one. Bentley drew 342 \ '
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Still to be counted are thevoters illness L ---.1
the county commuMun, Joe Ai,
fur 122 candidates for ddegale Circuit Judge"j
i l 0 the Democratic National 1 Funeral services will be held I! 11th Judicial Circuit Croup 7 j jI r won over his opponent, K' <

! Convention. Results in these 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at AQUILINO LOPEZ, JR 666 4111 21J: :501 231 !r.2 123 226 jI homer and Sweeting. .
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i rare .will not be known. untilKrhUiy SU Paul's Episcopal Church. JOSEPH OTTO 2)9: 21: 20. 211 103: 16 !If 11'I' I county
the fifth district Harry II.
I . when county canvessing \vheic the body will I be placed at JOHN H. YATES 52:0:: 25: 41 31 9 Iii 21; ,
taunts nMnplete their work. I J i I emerged; winnci. but will i I.
Two veteranUte cabinet 2 p.m. Rev. James II. MacCon- to enter the runoff race M:>.. >
I nell will officiate at the services. For State Attorney I against Joe Johnson. Harn t..1 i '
embers easily won renommatMMt _
11th Judicial Circuit
Democratic Burial will he in the family I I vote was 1994.! Johnson's 817The
in ycktcrday'a in City Cemetery. Lopez GLENN C. MINCER 2i6: 21J! 18i 2fi7 166. 81 Hi nz' II .
plot incumbent. W A. Parr' '
I |tftmryCiMnmukktnrr of Agriculture Funeral Home is in charge of ar. WEBSTER G. (RED) WALLACE 26' 221 122 223 133 33 11 104. I Marathon polled! $77 votes

i,! Nth. ..n Mayu.. running outdL for his rangements.Survivors include two sister,'I For Represent ltiTe, Leg I 1lure KEY WESTMARCHES !I of For record.clerk Harry 01 tile criminal Dongo p|...'I.u, .'
sixth fiHir- **ar term >tancx IIr
> BERNiE: C. PAPY 7W' 10:1 363: :513; 212 6-1 249'j
former Mrs. Julie Brooks of J | his ontv opponent j r MILTON A. PAm OTT 110 52 31 r6. 31 7 Iii :321j : IS
,i and Mrs. Ellie Fo arty Price of 2582 He defeated C 'sdB. '
MrClcnContmuca t
air force major Ammon 237 27J 13.: 2.0 156 W 103; 1.1fII
( On Page Eight& Morning Side Heights. N. Y. I j j ON f fIu's. ft Curry nearly three to inn
Mrs. Lowe was the widow of ,1 Judge Frank O. Roberto ..I: '- ,
the late Stephen F. Lowe for i II For Sheriff t Juvenile Court potted 1$1. F'->
FRED O. EBEIUIARDT 126 1-11 79 1J2 102 10 20 70'I I If ,.
owner and operator to 871 cast for David MK J i
Theater many years ;I RAFAEL H. FERREn 51 11 6 23 4 2 6 !If 0; .
Palace of the John Lowe Lumber Yard. .. kreps ,Mire by tt{truingunl The fiaht for auperintcndi -i
ALTON B. (Dutch) GOEIIRIl'\G' 71 13 37 )9: 4:i 2 5 30'
t I i Pallbearers will be B. Curry of public instruction i wa coon\ >
nkbard. Lan and I I EVERETT R. mVAS 71 45; 63 102 6a 9 5:6";: ( rt''flfl"lr,1 < inijtrurcd slitrr In ....
Moreno. Raymond R. Lord. Joseph Horace O'Brvant with 2247
Louise' Campbell UDKYIL 21; 326 134 43 1M l00r
BERLIN A. 689:) will,
Crusoe John Gardner. King- bcllcr rrrf needs. S. II. as against 979 cast for
)M ;p l I 143 129= your
: SIIII and Charles Thompi I JOHN M. SPOTTSWQOD 293 210 159 318 75 70 CConUnued: On Page &leh'lAPPRECIA '
New and Short man. I Krrs f.". ttju'iietl f/ip/r first store
I For Clerk. Circuit Court f
I EARL R. ADAMS 782 512 401 6119 J20 80 163); 2(1) in Key tt'exl Ihvemhrr 6, IV/.'*. TfOH

i APPRECIATION I FRANK BENTLEY 195 177 107 180 82 42 59 84For : During these years, ifie (.Ely Your: selection of J se Mien for
Asbestos I I
Siding heartfelt county comm 5s onw w" r woe
I hereby express my County Commissioner of Key "If'etl ha rsiu nr and to bel- I
appreciation for the support that thy choice. Many thk I* thoM
given me for sheriff in the District I ler ACT*'e the />* "/*/** ,,/ 1/1/5 city and ' who gave me their support
Shingles was JOE ALLEN 427 339: %.3. 121 1&4 27 92 176rJ. i
election yesterday.' OTTO KIRCHHEINER 223; 173 122 14.1: 78 11' 56 84 surrtHiniling territory, the Kress Sincerely.
:MriniL Lumber Yurtl I EVERETT R. RIVAS. W. C. (SUGAR) SWEETII\G 182 16.1 103 1.1: 122 .33 58 82' W. C. (Sugar* SWEETING
remudelvd.One .
store M being

3 For County Commissioner .
District 5 t
1 BATTERIES CHARGED I II i WILLIAM G. CURRY 115 82 9.3: 120'Y: : :; ttj ill.' inlilil'ums hthe I POOR OLD CRAIG

Modem Way 'i: Plastic NuFloAUTO HARRY HARRIS 272 215; 111 211 83' 16 111 10J' neir press afore ;% ill nnnlernf i SEre\ ICE: M \IION
I JOE JOHNSON 273 13. I.1 171 83: 4 Ir 80
" Driv U. la 21 t. 4S mUoiM sad PAINT EDNEY B. PARKER 57 46 51 75; 3.1: :8; 91 :37 >OIJ,1 and IA'\t.ll' : DetHirlinenl. : Division. Phnn 'n, ;.1
1 West Auto Parts l .. "I H' Illl IM-.I.
TMir eel'' can M so IU warl Roy'a Key W. A. PARRISH H 103 )1; 101 96 136 11 57 1'111 here Cr... Spr. "
Phone 442<< in"find a dejHirlinentllint i y
121 Duval St. LET US :
, Uu Smith\ AUTO SERVICE Chaaac Your r, .
For Clerk. Criminal Court is floe last irttrd in cleanliness -
I Pu. K*. S Whit at nebaJI
of Record :
I ..............,. .. ... ...._.......... C. SAM n. CURRY 17:; III :2: I.j(; 127 33;) 1.3' 39! and sanitation.INFORMAL. I
HARRY bONGO 641 513 .122 573 279 '11 III 253: \

APPRECIATIONI For Juvenile Judge '
I t DAVID McCURDY 147 163 11m 228; 1j'J; 32 ..4 87 ( ,:>- West iiiin..i. .
greatly appreciate the tup- POULTRY FRANK O. RpBERTS 307. 326 227 307 Iw 39 131 1)1; AND HAVE FUN!!

pert given me yesterday' *>T the. 1214 Whit Street Phone Mb I (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) SATURDAY MAY 8 ELKS II \tI. .

voter . '. . .. _. New A.I ("-.n.f,i ",
I will appreciate your' support Awwwww.w -- --- -- ------ ,
Friday Evening. 9 Until I o'Cior;:! I

In 1141 the second primarr.' May 2Sth.',,1( AUTOS FOR S.\LE-:I I I Well Hand Your Car Back I' APPRECIATION |, GRATITUDEIt : S1.3II IVr I'L-r'Of! +H I.

MYKTUINII (1VTES.Candidate Used Cars Are Scarce;:We Have I Like A New Car I am sincerely grateful and j: is with a deep feeling of sincerity BTO9P.M. i Music by Beatrice MonDo

1 for Justice '42 Plymouth Club Coupe I I41 II : thank the voters for the vote j I that I express my gratitudfor Ensemble . Also Roy Hen.
. of the Peace. Dodge. 4-t>ooi' I BODYand : given me in Tuesday's primary the rote given me yestcrda-' ning's Square Duce laivi I
District. I 35 Reo Stake Truck election. for constable in the first distric' TukcL..d.. .1,1: a .
Second In thanking those who votes' !No 3UiTliainIi Will Up Solil' lat'1'hia'I'imc, >14... G. M. I I.,,,!' '.2 :' / ,
,I- .... .'-.iltk'al .\4h r"M'mC'.tI Bus Station RAUL A. CAliCO'iELLGrateful:
Navarro.! Inc.. Opp. for me. I also wish to assure thos' liiil it will he an opportunity for our fri *inU i.
who supported other candidate
FENDERREPAIRS that I realize that in a field o' to look u\cr this niodprii ;5-1U-2,c :store: jr i

To the Voters of Monroe\ CountyI I six there must be as many choiceI ATTENTIONMl

respectfully request thos OPEN FOR BUSINESS MONDAY. MAY 10TH -.: Member ur
am deeply appreciatiTt ol the splendid vote accorded me who did net support me in th

by the citizens of this County ia yesterdays' Primary.' That first primary to vote for me u ST. IA.MES) 111SSlO1K1(

vote coupled with the plurality' I received in Dade County' and the second primary. .I, BAPTIST (:lU H< .II

enabled me to secure the nomination without the necessity' of Thanks from the bottom Sincerely yours.' You are urgently re.ue *ed 'o

the Second Primary.' May I express the hope that PAINTINGANY HARRY II. JOIINSOCaadid.te attend a Business Meetoag .o beheld
entering ; of in} heart for lie "tmj -: t
la this office will Justify the confidence you' have I Wednesday. May $th. at 7:3:
conduct for Constable
my j tierful) inesterday'a
MAKE CAR Vote gibes me : P.M.
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esprsssed First District. t
E. H. McBEE. I > primary. t!
MonroeMotors Inc la the Runoff Election. Chairman of the
Circuit Judge. I HARRY DONGO.: i' May' 25th. 1941P .' I f Deacon Bor4.
Ford Dealer !
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} AOflllAI D.Arfk. A"-- rT to assume' after an election.., When .. . I Gone !This -,inmates a nature fri]: yWi.. at the ear oIMt f
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rroc. IV rOTRT OF THK ('uriTTJtD'E : By of good ivuik-S, one who finds:
_' comer Ores.o aM A. StJJ1* anybody enters a contest the first thing '. WO'RO" CoLiTY. and idUlwte.
la X.J'T.. aa4I' pleasure in justice 1t
j Cly U-41T \ pr I STATE OF FLORID Hsidelberg Germanv's: attiriur'vcr
*_ Mo'roo Coanty he should be aware of is that somebory "lct.4 Summary' .__ I In rr th. state of I AS TAKER FROM FILES: OFt| Be specially! careful of the choice : ,"!"'. ;* a.buil'. ;'n 'I3MGARDNER'S .
1 I programs as listed beloware I ELLA E. BET IN PR B."TK THE CITIZEN OF of far other
< marriage partner.
i ,.t.r>i at Koy Woo. Florida, aa second claao matter I has to lose as well as win. If he loses, he ..ay"FncaJO'.adcast at tlw um. Cwtem time Mm Meal*, Geceas L I I MAT 5. 1338 i I wise your good qualities will not

( yEHRER or TUR .....OCI_ TED PRESS should be a "good sport.** If. he is that 1 far tim*-.u.. Fur central utotrac nifetract*.tw* .k..ra boar ..All l<-<-whom l.. hereby It May given Concern that Harold: .....'...'. ..,.. '.....u'.liIIlmmmD I be held at their full value and I
Tao .Associated" rreaa U dispatchesucredited IT" roM Bin nnal .. Ad 6ET lXE
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: .re for r.prodotkoa- of all a. and type of man. you may be sure that his disappointment J-1 : of the estate of Ella ...:. State Road Department chair-! there is an indication of ;,
.. |t or aol otberwlso credited la the paper. _.. his. ... the married state. There is '
,MAY 3 THXOUGH 7550Honeymoon : - here. will last MAT Arthur B. Hale ex&etts to | .
I jo* tao local aewa published in having lost only a tiito fnr rival dm-barge aM.tbat man great abJtPly I HATKS short '...... be will apply to the Ilunorahir Ray have a definite plan for exten- j A
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entertains spite or enmity it Brwaktast ou""bc
gis Moak day of Max. 194. for approval of I the Florida East Coast viaducts I INP/GFsT/G V
rare Months t.1t-OkUhoro Boundap-eta* and for final discharge aa from Pine Key to West is a gold Egyptian **cle
will require several weeks before he becomes Big Key
x..tb .... 2 Ozark Valley Folk -aba inscription
Administrator of the estate of Ella i I at Ghizah and bearing He
I, e+- k.skt7' his normal self. Besides, in feeling 10.00-Music Fred For Warine loo-Sbow cbs--eba of B. April.Ky, deceased 1S4S. on thin 2oth day I in Several to The months"Citizen, from communications J.'H.1-i of Cheep**for *hoy:!

ADVEHTISINO RATES that'he My' Story Harold J. Key, i tomb one' of the psramis ga 1
he should is
hat be -
.. Ma4o Known oa Applicattoa way aware 10 JO-Boor of Serial*-*b* a Administrator of the e.tate Dowling State Highway engineer ,. i t

SPECIAL WOTICE harming nobody except himself. Half Hour! Seriate-eb* of Ella E. Key dTva- states. built. 1 I I
It With
Say Music-aba
pr.f %" 1.1'48.
thaaks. reaolaUoaarevpoet. :mayi-
card of
ofca All roadlaaaotleea.. obituary aotlces. poems, etc,; will .bee As for the winner, if he is the right 11:00 Crcaklast-Arthur Godfrey la fiuUywoed.Show-cb*ti Captain Berge Rohde and Mrs. concert will be conducted by Al I

_. rsod Notlco for* for at oatertaiamoat tao isle of !. by teat eaareae a lIDo-from which sort of man, he will not crow. The first 11 JO-Ben Alexander Show-mba Is THE (C-IKC-t, mi'RT OF'. THE Ruth Bryan Owen Rohde, the fredo Barroso. PHARMACY

a r___ U to be derived are S cents a lino.Tho winning '.11:4e-Serfsl.I1L iar&12OOWelcotno .-cb* -ELE\ENTH TMK ..TTiOK Jt'lmltL.tlHII" .R""T"I' adopted daughter of Key .West" Today The Citizen *a!* in ai I
thing he should remember is that in St. Varel
rana.4 Invite lsaalra 1114 Division at
ClUiea am opea ROK 'T'. West editorial paragraph:
JtN rs. l> %%U FOR IO> till are visitors in Key havingarrived
of public Usoea aad subjects of local or he has defeated somebody, and that 1\ rH%>fKHt> "The first primary i- over: no'iCr .. i /hon 177 Free D.iimyI
the highway -
..>a ral I.terM!, bttt It will aot pabluk- aaoaymoa Ttavetera-ebs C'_ >_ ..-31:1
tamaalratioaa somebody, as is only natural, is keenly Kate Smith Speaks-mba Loris IVA'iNKVKj" and are guests of Mrs. \7 the run-ofL"
I 12JO-Words and Music .
-abe llaintiffOWTTXXKTH Hunt Harris and MIGS, Minnie
disappointed "Rubbing it in" shows a Daily' Band Cocccrta va IIIORCE
I 1.-00-Mule Bait Hoar at* **. _ MILnREfRHSHT.. Porter Harris at their home. ,'':' $r M_ :' ;hM: -' __ _- _- _
:..; IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST poor spirit on the part of the winner.In 1:15-Tbo Happy Gaac-mbsr l..rpn.1ant.TO .

-:. ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN the heat of a campaign, many : O Four Hoar of Serials-abet .r..nn..tb Mtldrvl Wright Complete organization of char-

Queen for a Day-mbs :2, \\". nt" Street ter membership, election of additional Overseas Transportation
.- things are said that would not have been 2.30-Bride and Groom-abe *. New" York City, New" York. I officers and directors u t j
Martin hock Recordbe, I
You are hereby required to appearto
1. More Hotels and Apartments. said ordinarily. It is an exceptional case 3X0-Double- or Nothing-cb. u.. Bill of Complaint for divorceIn i scheduled to take place! tonight

.. 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. where one's mental state remains the Ladies Bo Seated-abc _lf.r the above styled <-an_ on orbefore at a special meeting of the newly- Inc.
same "*" Company
ttth of May \ n.
Land and Sea. l:30-n. House PartycbsPaul i the day
3. Airports- formed Key West Lions Club ,
Wbueman Records-aid) !'.". otherwise the allegation contained I 1
f' .. Consolidation of County and in a campaign as in everyday life. 4-00-Hint Hunt Qo!*-cbs therein will be taken. aon- according to anouncement by H

Governments. Besides in residents f........... The will Fat Dependable Freight and Express Service
of Monroe
: City coun- Take All-ctw :; This Order is to be published oncea E. Day, president group :I Ii

5. Community Auditorium. ty's'forgetting yesterday's election as soon 8.00-Treasury To Bo Announced Band btand--cbs abo week for four consecutive weeks meet at ?30 o'clock at La Concha: -between-
in the K.1'y..t Citizen a newspaper -
at Y as possible! and applying themselves to doing Kiddies laterj-Hour abc and(west mba repeat. 1 hr. published in the City of Key HoteL MIAJH i and KEY WESTAlso
\\ Florida.
pst. i :
4 8.45-Lum r-the;;;;;;
i things that will help their communityas and aerb.-oua DONE ANn" day ..f April. A. l>. 1545. Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
of Commerce and the board of
well as themselves, will redound to the t SILt .1'I
3IONOGRAPIITo Rom C Sawyer I county commissioners will meet Between Miami and Key West

community's benefit and to the reestablishment NETWORK PROGRAMSEastern Clerk of the Circuit Conrt tommorrow night to discuss matters -
... Florida.
the Candidates: Monroe County.
of good fellowship. Local Time. For central By (..d) Florence B. Sawver.I pertaining to the Memoria:
.; Heartiest congratulations to the subtract: ene hour for mountain. :eputClerk. ; Day services which are to be heldi Express Schedule:
The probability is that the primary subtract: two hours. Some local stations Hilary t.lthury.Solicitor .
# :.: winners in yesterday's election heart- change. hour of relay"to fit for Plaintiff. i this year in memory of those whc (No Stops En Route)
for the second campaign will be, proportionately local schedules.cannot Last minuloro- aprZ.:_" -12-l 9.1941. lost their lives in the hurricane: LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY |BX-
changes bo included.
felt regrets to the losers. Better luck even harder fought than in the gram r. .' of 1935. CEPT SUNDAYS) at .t 0 P.M. AI. f
-. next time. MAY'S NOTICE OK PROD \TE I -_ rives at Miami at 12.06 o'clock MM-
first primary. The contest for sheriff is WEDNESDAY 1 IN THE IOINT1 JIUGK1OtltT.: night.
: A
birthday party was
i| given
THE ..
,going to be "humdinger." in I. Thelma who celebrated '
1 a' Groups various KLORIUt.Extate :, Ogden, LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (XCBPT
IOO-: New* Report 15 Mln.-nba K'. of I!'her 8th birthday at her home 1107 o'ckk MM I'
SUNDAYS) 12:89
parts of town today have been discussing Newscast= Every Day-cba E.MMA I LOUISA LION also known at
Stic Hour-abc-oast I Olivia street afternoon at 4 o'- : West at
Network at a* LXH'I.SA LYON and also knownaa night and arrives at Key
the probable outcome. It wa!$ gen- Kk'dies Hour (repeat, )-abc-west EMMA; L. LY"=" clock. 6:00 o'clock: A.M- !
TO SAVE CHILDREN'S LIVES Network Silent! (1 hr.)-mbs-east iiee.ased. '
: erally argued, so far as The Citizen has Kiddie.'Hour irepeat>-mbs-west The State of Florida, to All Persons 'I' '. Local Schedule
:15-Sport,*: Mottle Time hbc >. Interested In the Estate ot aid 1"I I I The Monroe County P. T. A. :
certain rules which will heard' that a bloc of votes cast for one of Guest Talks Tlme-cbs "dent:: .I council held their regular meet- (Slops At All Intermediate Pviatsi
There are JO-Chicago Orcbestra-clla-eut ton hereby notified that a : I
are LEAve KEY WEST DAILY .-ax.
he losing candidates will be cast practi- Lum and Abn r repeatlla-w..t written i..Ktmm nt purporting t. be.: ing on May 4, with Mrs. Sebastian
American children CEPT SUNDAYS) at feW o'etoek
nave the lives of many .45- Three the Last Uill and Testament of Raid :
cally intact for the How Newscast by -nbc i Cabrera presideng. The meeting!
:- runner-up. per- Lowell Thomas (repeat 11 .cbs decadent has been admitted to probate A. M. and arrives at Mte m M 4,..
if Key West parents will follow them. centages of the total vote cast for the other 7.00: Supper Club-nbc-baslc "}f in said Court."You'are i I! opened with a prayer led by Rev clock P. M i I
= children accidentally The iteulah &bow- The death list of three candidates will be divided will be :News and Commentary-abe six, calendar months from the I LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT : !
about Fulton Lewis Jr.-mbs date of the first publication of I SUNDAYS deck A. M. WArrives
to ) at *
States :
killed in the United runs U'I"I
I Hi-Y Club of the Monroe County -
ascertained only when the totals are count- 715- and notice to appear in :aid .urt I ,
New*" Comment-nbo at West at StM o'eieek
:. thirty-eight a day and many of the fatalities Jack Smith and bong-cbs show If any you .."". why 1 I High School will leave this
ed on the night of May 25. Daily' Commentary-abo the action of aid -_ should have been foreseen and could News" : Dinner Datv-mbs said Will\ to probat- should not j' afternoon for Bradenton Florida
r:30-The Rollinl Trio-nbc" "BrV'lrv\IOM. to attend the annual conventionof.

-.. have been prevented by due care. Nature is; grand to those who understand Bcb Lone Crosby's Ranger Club Drama-cbs: abo ,- f :ouat5 Judge.P. LORD Monroe, j, state Hi-Y clubs to be held FREE PICK-UP and DEU\ERY SERVICE: I

Hundreds of children are injured every VVeekly Commentary=mo*> i t : ,r.nti. FlrIda.I I III I'Friday Saturdayand Stlnday.I .
: her rules and obey her laws. ) Agnes W. \ illarci I i I-tLL: CARGO LNSURVNCE; : i
Kaltenborn Comment nbaEfl
: day by getting their hands on a knife, Marrow NewscbsSports s pr.l 4-21.2).ma v.i j.Itn. . rk Interesting! and delightful!' MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: CC Eaton ft Fronds Sts. i

_ a pair of scissors or some other dangerous SPEAK AND WRITE SIMPLY : Commentmba5:00Dennis Day Comedy-abc ' :. q.I I I arranged is the program which PHONES: 92 AND 93 I

instruments.- Parents of course know that ? American Melody, Time-cba .\ THE <'IIU'I IT .CM KT OF. THE will be presented in Bayview ... "' -- -
,.:. Mayor of the Town-abc .;? :: :... -
.a. :% 'TU: JlltltllL. .< IK< I IT i Park at 8.00 o'clock tonight. The j - -- I i
little children grab for anything they can Special: Agent-mbsJO .... THE !TTK: ..K ...ORIII-\, ____ __- +
The social workers of the nation helda $ -Great Gildenleeve-nber IN .,\.> .'ORlO'RO.. .: .'Ol 'T'.I .-
teach and, consequently .should understand > Christian Drama cbs ,j .\ .'H "\l'l-.lfx'" ." !
conference in New Jersey at ;
Von Pop Interview-abe ."'._ ... 1I3IOELir \ I
the importance of putting these dansrorous which heard High Adventure Drama.-f-mb :.\ SMITH 9 .
over 8,000 persons speakers 1:55 Five Miautes*News" -cbs T. Plaintiff
_ : weapon out of the way. stress the need to "much Billy Rosf Comment-mb* ] v.. ' III\OHfKJCK i
- secure greater
': -The Duffy Tavern-nbo .\I.L.'E SXtiTH
In addition, extreme care should be Your SongIin.tIs I>efnilantOltltl.R .
understanding" the of the
f average Abbott tc Costelio-abc OF PI III.K''T'''\ PAUSE AND REFRESH !I
.1 : : exercise in connection with anything of an citizen, for the needs that exist in health Gabriel Heatter. Comment-mbs .I Tel: ,

. devices '1* News Bt'oadcaat-mb. Jack Wallace Smith,
electrical nature. Despite safety and welfare fields. 9 JO-District Attorney Drama-tuba i" Residentkno. ...n. I
damp floors and wet hands make a dangenius James Melton Concert-cba I* It i* hereby ordered that yen ire
Ralph H. Blanchard, executive director Go For the House-abc require t., appear on .Ma2ih..
combination in connection with Racket Smashers-mbs I94H! -fore l the al.\. nlill.l courtto
: r of the Community Chests and Councilsof 10:00-The Big Story Drama-nbo the Hill i.f Complaint filed
anything electrical. Obviously, little children The Whistler Drama cba against you in the al"ve entitled
America, gave the workers some good Bmg Crosby \anety-abe cause and the Kev West ('then h AT BIG RED COOLER
-C do not know of this peril and, as a that Oi ink>nair. Forum-mba hereby tleyi>cnate<] a* the newspaperin .
advice urging they express them- 10 JO-Jimmy Durante ShownbcTwo which this order hall 1M- psblished -

:... result, a number of them are electrocuted selves simply and avoid the use of 'professional Cordon Talks.wa Times-mbs Rae<< Show-abO oner weeks a .week. for four coniecfctive ,

every year. : California Melodies-mbs Witness the Honorable Aquiline
:z the 11:00-News Variety 2 hrs.-nbNews Lopez Jr.. a* .me of the Jadee of
While it would be to accuse
& Variety 2 bracbsNews Ibis Court. and the Seal of this ,
The of this article Is to call
purpose : tc Dancing Hour-abc Court In th. Citof K.-\\esrt.. ."....-
J parents" of the victims of criminal negligence attention to the idea, repeatedly stressed :x....... Dance 2 hrs.-mba ida. this nth day. of April "tA.

: the facts almost sustain the alle- 12:00-Dancing: ; Contln1a4.bc..estLEGALS Ross <". Sawyer.
during the conference, that speakers avoid <1.Tk Circuit Court. ,

gation. the use of lengthy involved sentences and J Tv: Kathleen Count=*"...tta.Florida.....

Hundreds of children are scalded to eputClerfc. -
the tossing around of technical words. It is JI John *:. Sawver. -
death because they could fall into steam- Solicitor i for 1 lainltff.apr.2121mayi12.1545.. .j2-:
"" applicable to any person who attempts to IN THK ('01-NT1 Jl----I! : ; i i iT
ing water. Other hundreds are burned to IN. .*'\II rOU iiO'
explain anything to anybody. Certainly FI.OitlU'. !
IN THri: riltf IT foOt RT OF THK :
death and some of them die because they In re Estate of
those who influence ", . i 1 Kl.KKNTII JIIIHItl.<< < lilt IIFOF
expect to public opin- ;Lli\1V'Nti> .\. M.t t .....
have been permitted to play with matches THE STATE OF FIURII. A r
1 teeease'L .
: ion must' speak the language of those to Votioe all IN _%NI) Foil WtNROK till 'T\, "
i-< hereby to. I 1 1l
or left unguarded around dangerous fuels .rh..t IN t'H 'N('KHl.Na. .
horn it max <7ln-
whom they address their remarks.We .... ll34RREI.L : -
,l .\. 1..ntu'I.r. ait A and fire Additional hundreds: die. every H.\ C'I.IFT..X I'''> K. &tJ I
tor <>r the Klal..f ii Ien. ood A. I .
call attention to these opinions be- Plaintiff.i .
their ;Manu",,l, .te..a-.J. has filed with the
"lyear because they put something into IlllOli'EMARY
I Honorable Raymond R. Lord. Coun-
cause, occasionally, one runs across an individual ELIZABETH PFCK.
t Judge in and ".r Monroe C4hnty.Florida. ,
mouths that injured them, such as poisonous \ Pefendant.ORIIKH .
bin .'Inalquat.* has
who seeks to audienceby aired
impress an
substances: and objects that are swal- : made application (or bin diarnarKva TO: OF PtKI.KtriON ''Lf. 1 1t
Administrator of itaV of.Unwood
the use of peculiar phrases technical the ELIZXBETH
:Iowed. Moreover, shotgun and other firearms '.I .\. Marinel. OereaJ'eU.Ikatrd . Central MARY .XxenueLAkewood. PECK.
terms and mysterious references to some- Mrd, A. >. H4H-7' .
.1 N" J I .
are carelessly left where childrencan twit <;i Irnwood. A. Manl. Sri .
thing or other in terms which nobody un .\" _\.hnini..'rat"r ..f t1\. Estate Ton are "hereby required! to appear i ,,->. .
to the Kill of Complaint for ." t
reach them and "play soldier" with .t tlent'od .\. )tsfluel.der. .
divorce in the ah..t'I... taws. on ,1'f,
derstands. While the speaker or writer I . .'. ;
r .
fatal results. q ..I" before the 17th day of May A I194H > I : "
:.1.,15-K.l! IS4H -
i ma) : "
otherwise the alieKAtloni.therein "
he she does --
fool few people not -
a or ,
may -, -
]It is impossible to call attention toevery will be taken a* confevoed. : .-
; accomplish much in persuading other NOTICE TO IHKIHTOHO This instance of accidental death that peo- ... week for four tnnaecatite week 9
(";U Probate Act 800(' 119. 120IN ) -
; ple to accept the conclusions or supportthe THK tutu OF THE .'Ol \TJIIM.K. in The Her w>..t ltlien, a newspaper -
the thousands of American children the of KeyVert.
threatens WONKOK l'OL\TY. published in City
\ Florida.iCIE I
cause espoused.By KI.OHIU
who will die before 1948 expires. It is He: Estate oftilMV .\ORPEREn thU IJthda .nail
: LuliS.LYO=" .al_ known : \ of \pril. .\. 1>. "1V
likewise. impossible to establish rules for the way, has any sociologist checked a.. LOl'ISX i.\tt\" and ads. knownas I (SEAL; ) I

: parent- to follow. Certainly it behooves on the boy-chases-girl theory lately? EMMA. LYON" Deceased /Ross:' C of SawTr.lerk the Circuit. Orart,I

To \1! ('re-lltors and P.THon,. lla\- Monroe Co..ty. Florid.
s Key West parents to act wisely! and prudently log Claims or I..mand"t alnst B1': Kathleen NottageiJeptjtr I

to prevent their children from succumbing WANTED: HOME GARDENS.The Said Estate: clerk I ,
You and each of you are herebynotifitrd Hilary I.ibury5'tlititor 1.
to a peril which could be avoided and required to present an> :; for I'laintiff. & Y IK
laimt. and demands which: you. or apr I 14-21-28:ma\.l: 4* r
)by the exercise of reasonable foresight. people of the United States are either. of you may have acaihf-t the
-state <>f Emma Louisa Lyon also
asked to plant 20.000,000 home gardensfor known as Louisa i LVOB 1_ I.RURRaRle aN x
known Emma L. Lyon de a Religious toderance does not require. the purpose of increasing food produc- late I of said Count te the Count TRIUMPH ,
Judge of Monroe <"oui>t). Florida. r
one to abstain) from the practice of his own tion. at hit office in th. court h*.ite ut
said Count at Key west Florida I COFFEE .;,a 1 ) I It
religious beliefs. It i is pointed out that hundreds of mil- within eight calendar roontbK from lULL I
the time vf the first publication of
lions of human beings are living on a bare this notice. Each claim or demand
.....1be\ and shall at. II
in writing state
Most money collectors think that they subsistence diet and that every bit of food the .plate ..r residence, and poM ,.f- All Grocer I
fice addre..n *f the .claimant, and
represent a good cause-their enthusiasm produced in Key West gardens means that shall be wom t.. l.> the d I'
: .. ax<-nt. or attorney and any suchclaim .
often being in proportion to their available such
com- much foqd for men women or demand l not w> filed shall
v..L S 5 5 5 S S S S S S S S S 5 5 S S S S S S a*.
missions.Well. and children. Food, it pointed!' out can I.e M.\I.D \PT. t I
t4 .\* executor of the? Last Will i iI
be a powerful ammunition.It and Testament of Emma Lou tI I -BKYCLESRepaired- f !
for one thing the ivj L>on, alai known an Lou- '
of the
people is quite possible for many familiesin Ira L)"n and also, known a<- I ,.

United States are not as pacifist in their urban areas to increase their food sup- 14-21.1 Emma mao L Lyon; 154LYour. deceased.apr I' Repaired and RentedAlso Listen to "CLAUDIA"

present! thinking as they were just afterWorld plies by taking advantage of unused spacein in Stock-NEW i

War One. and around their homes. Even the inex- I BICYCLES TRICYCLES WKWF, 11:15 A.M. _
Grocer .
perienced can acquire necessary informa- I BRAND I WAGONS: SCOOTERSand .q.... -.. i

While both Arabs and Jews tion from available STAR *
proclaim agricultural expertsand SKATES I

their intention of establishing justice altogether, the production of food- AMERICAN '
Oversees Store
in Palestine they do not hesitate to stuffs will amount to something in the battle I and CUBAN : Cycle I'
A Potted T.ds 0".'"......1-...
qmosinate one another; against world starvation. -Try 920 Division St. Phone 1380

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\ "- - MAY'5. 1948 THE KEY WEST .CITIZEN-- .-.... ? PAGE THREE

'I *"i1', c; iil' Pr rr rrilli To n Ii 10th Anniversary 'T r QUEEN OF THE APPLE BLOSSOMS
m V" P* -
I' ** S J
i i i C. .,: t'u * Given 4' Tonior.roiorNil'ht' 1 Of Lions Club To ...

j i First uw Methodist: urri are mvit '* to the P: Anthem"J3 fore Thy Cross"I Be Held Tomorrow f
Church Eaton I I B. GodardK-Mro.: George Robinson -
and Sm- nton Key West Lions Club will celebrate Y
j tomorrow Mrs. Paul Herrick and Choir.
n'8 p, m. to hear the following j| Quartette--The Holy1 Hour" its iOth, Anniversary to-
))nJjfram: (E. 'morrow May 6. 1943 in its home
Nevin-'Mrs. Orion Russell,
I UrRan PreludoAdoration." on Seminarystreet
'Mrs. Paul Herrick, Mr. H. B.'Sellers .
from The Holy City (A. R. Gaul). and !.fr. F. Haines.t ., All members are planning oncoming '
Anlh.n>--taoria.- titan the Soprano Solo These Are to this big event. As .f
J r Twelfth Mass (W. A. Mozart)-.They Which Came" from "The guest speaker Dr. Russ Williams
t Mr. P a Roberts of Miami will visit Key West to
Holy City" (A. Gaul)- Mrs. Paul
Harp Soh.-"Au Monasteries,", H<<,rrklt. give us his thoughts on current r.
J Ik'ftTiPtive-.MoD attoriCjl in.Swiss. Harp Solo-"The Fountain" problems. He is a very interesting -
Alps, Heproducing Bugle Calls of (Zabel-Mr. Earl Dillon. 1 speaker.
t Shrphvid in the Hills, Chant of j Soprano Solo-."The Voice in, Dr. Delio Lobo made a personal
the appeal to Dr. Williams'and toot
Bell of the Monasteries the Wilderness" (John Scott-..
1 -.John Dillon. Mrs. Orion Russell. is why he is making the v:it
I Tenor Solo-"The Holy City" I Organ Number. "Chanson.Tnste" here.
1, > (Stephen Adaim-J. C. White. '(B. Wotretf-Mis.-P. B. Bob Pollock is lining up some ,
j Soprano and Alto Duet-"Corn"'RGberts. fine entertainment to be announced : - -
Unto Me" (Franz Schubert in the near future. :"
-- Anthem "Hark Hark. My.- -s--w
Mni. Orion Russell and M.... Paul Soul! H. Shelley)-Mrs. George The ladies will begiven corsages
Herrirk, I I 1|Robin on. Mrs. Paul Herrick, Mn and these are being pre- 4!.
j Soprano Solo"Come. Ye Orion Russell and,Choir.' pared especially for t,- by a local ,
messed iJ. S<-utt-Mrs. George ,! Organ Number -"Postlude in florist. _
1 t Jn. F" (H Hopkins).
._____- -- - .. FoodSale

I 111 Rainbow For Girls To-Hold -:; j jU 1 Tomorrow At :.. -At s

, Public O fficer lusinUathm JVesleyHouse ;;,, ' ;
: '
f .
There will be public installa-, In tallmff Office Miss Nellie. Woman'% Club of the Wesley '- f t
ti.*i of officers of the Order of] C. Menendez. House will have a food sale at
Rainbow for Girl tomorrow I Installing Marsnai-'Iis.i Zola the bazaar Tnu:sda>. 6:30 p. m. )
evening at ?:00 clock in the M. Canus. Sarah Spencer President stated: GEN. HOYT S. VANDENBERG. newly a'PP'Ji-std U.S. Air Force

Scottish: Kit Ten ple. j Installing Chapiam-Miss An- today '; chief re enacts the coronation of Grctchcn Merrill 91 QueenS
Parents and friends of the girls There will be tables designatedMama's
"4 ,".. in\tted to be present, as well ; tonica Smith.MUician-\tiss ," "Big Sister' end !.- XXI of the Apple Blassons-XestiTal,at Winchester,
f .< all mtmbe. of the Order of Installing AanjDotshtry. others all carrying out the family V*. Miss Me rrlU. fr"'r Boston. is demons national t 3ureCK'
The Eastein Star and Masonic]i G. M motif 4 s; ,,:_ ':' '-. "
inril"- I .. :.- -:.- -_-:- -:.- ::-- -" -7---" ----- .- - .- ---- "--- .. -- -- - - .- -- - -- ---.. ---
The following officers will be] -
mulled: j
Worthy Advi....-Miss Betty -

Werrn.Associate. Worthy Advisor- POLLO
Mi. Ann Randolph Wellons. I i 'S
Charity-Miss Joann Knowles.
Hop*--Miss Betty Canova. I iFttith
-Mws Betty Bell Cates i'
I'nonkrMiss Virginia Rus-I'|

sell.T..uurrr-Misa Esther Smith.':

Chaolain-Mu* Betty Knowles.i Removal Sale !
Drill Lt"adeo.-.Mis. Nancy Lane..
I ive--Wfss Helen McDonald. ,
Ht"UaKJn-'hu Mary Wnta1 1
krr j
Natures-Miss Joan Knowles iIinin i
,rtaity-M. :'-* Dune Molina ; (OUR FIRST SALE liN THREEEARS) 1
I IFtdHit

It")Patriotism. )'-MUi-Miss Mary Betsy Stewart Ram-.i|, We Are Preparing to Move to Our New: Location ]

ServM -Mivi June Julinson. ,
Confidential O'>server MissEd in the
>th Hampton.Mavciar I Kress Building j .
.Q'{: Ols Q(1'el'. -- M'. Diana;, .
) ...-...: . : ".
t>K-tI t
: -Miss Joyce Gi1u :L: : :!
Choir Director M>_s Betty ,
IliR. SALE NOWeductions : !

The following officers will serve as installing -j jWeech .

Post Will i j

. Install Friday of 30% to 75%

i William Weecn Po-t No. Ifi8 j
. American Legion will hold its ,
\ installation of officiii at 3'00 p.1' On Our Entire Stock of Standard and Nationally-Advertised
, m. Friday, at their home on!
\VhiU head tir.>t. I .
; In the absence of Vance C. : f = Quality Jewelry
t Stirrup lOlh District Commander i
who is in Miami officiating:]
Steals Pot Nu 25, American Le- j
George Allen Warren. Com I
gion. Putt y No special "sale merchandise" has ben purchased : .
mandtr of Arthur Sawyer
No. 2S has b- -n designated by by us for this storewide event. No special price tags _
. Stirrup as installing officer and have been prepared in advance iscounts are taken off; = S!
will be assisted b> the Key West our regular prices.
Guard of Honor Y

Officers of William Weechtit This is an opportune ale for you! U.noiir jjifl*. UOH at treiuemlnu nilt_s
are Alfred Allen. Comman- *
Pust No. 163 that will be install for MOTHER'S 1)\, FATHER'S 1)A1', GH'\Jl\TI: () BRIDES, GROOMS,

der. Cyril Fist'.'r, let Vice Commander MAInS OF HONOR, BEST MEN, SHOWERS UIRlIlimS, AMS1AERS\RinS
;, Donald Leggett 2nd
Vice Commander Albert

Knowles.Welters.Finance AdjU Officer ant; ;Robert Samuel NOW IS THE TME7 AND POLLOCK1S1nUALITY

... Chaplain; Jose Planas,

Service, who Officer t* the; and present BenjanmSpicer Commander JEWELERS IS THE PLACE!!
will be installed as Past :
All Legionnaires and other interested -

Invited to persons attend are this cordially installa- Our Regular Guaratitee of Quality Accompanies Every ,

tion. Article Purchased The Same As If Purchased .

FfI.I.OJrS""t ". At Our Regular Prices!


Fellowship luncheon of
the United Council of ChurchWomen Gps';'ial \rraiigenieiits May lie Made On l'urclia ,
will he held at noon. h TIIO"VIIO Ar(" .'(:atl ir* In B IHWII I'avila-
Friday, it st. Paul's Par' A Hall
All church women of the city
are invited to attendSKVEIUL WE RESERVE THE RIGHT t ; 1

LIQUOR e .emu o i
(Continued From fate One) Merchandise Which Ik Fair.Trade (Price Set by the Manufacturer) ;
Llamorada from E. L. Nunge er Can Not Be Included In This SalePOLLOCK'S --

to Barney E. Baucotn.Transfer .
of license of the White
House Hotel and Restaurant, 227
Dmaltreet.. from Carlo Re-
tine to Rose Celluccu
Transfer of license of the Silver -

Dollar Bar.Pun 109 Boar Da\al 218 Simon-street Q' U -R LIT Y

|.y r.7ree't Mr and. The Mrs.license Armondo is held Al \\\\\\ LJIN" // :

fon"Transfer 0' a license heM by. :4J
Raul A. Carbon 519 Duval stn..t Bt 0 U.n.
Albeit Gordon-
by the Miami -
An apphcation t
Fireman'sm Ilene.ok nt Asslicense u- w -

elation nut k harbor fur a was liquor approved.applicatiun The at, 514 DUVAL STREET-KEY WEST,. FLORIDA

mut abu be appl"ov.
rut by the elate beverage depart One / Key We*?* Oldest elceler


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Advertmeets ands Ibis .... Peatryar MyerlNers wNtt .... c
a inserted ITfc, CiU..- at e.wts _7 helve taiW
will be
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Reed for .
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... but the 'nilllalll charge tar P' al.a TIO DBRu

I : 'bee first rate tor ti words blarbfar er type des. :: ;:c; be Te 1. 'lute tword. =:. I It j
and the ml.lm.m chaKe fK .edeea .. re esIs 1 ttl. .
IS wards U 45c. e, j.. .'-IT .mow r I
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i event All 01 error I. .....ert....". tra...... ..e esn. .V.... 'g... t'ttMar
responsible only for the lint lesert1 s Ia t Iawt/rd ...'en.... M
! Display dvrr/ for ,,sly where the setaal the : =.e[. s .ee .cea;.lt i
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L interested in 4 to 15 perk need boofceeper.

'\ acres waterfront on Keys be- worker and sale girl deShN
tween Key West and Marathon. ther full or part-time '

Must be a bargain. I will pay Write Be C.L. c%
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taxes and balance to owner. I
tAP \VirepT Ot ) What have you to offer? Write

ARABS WITH THEIR BELONGINGS wait on the waterfront at Haifa. Palestine for boats to take details and price in lst letter.I Young man 24 ......

them across the bay to the all-Arab city of Acre. Thousands of Arab men. women and children I am not a real estate man. but desires pd RI.'t wwt. I

fled from Haifa as Jewish forces seized major p onions of that important seaportTHE am interested in building a erence Write or asflSeminary ..
little home. Write Box BRB
.011 c'o; Key West Citizen. Street* ..,..,..
apr2312tFOR 1
-fromHICKORY 4-bedroom furavKed ....:;..
large let in feed f
kind of in Key .
GROVE! section for peeled ef 9 __
West, be it home hotels motels from '
: April Iftth. +
or business locations, contact .
Well, I see where they are! Paul Boysen, 626 Fleming St., _

deeply concerned" again, down ) Phone 153. apr2412txFOR Store. 218 Sit oItIea. 3ha AM-

yonder on the Big River..-Proceed, i:i Me>radsre s SAL&-t1SED CARS able May 1st. SwtaMeaB kSk
Homs of business H.
chimed in Henry-being "deeply Tnpol. 14i
I 68!. t
concerned is old stuff-but I VcdarneneonLEBANON Oa v.Ar t e *-r.N 1933 for-dor Plymouth, good con-
.' got a minute, he says, so what I Se dition. Four new tires. $175. Storage space available *jfc4 I

is the latest It is the CEAIhe were j Damaxus Apply 1219 Simonton. Brick Carafe for ...... 'fur
MUle or eac aerdal. Yet..information
economic advisor boys, I mayl-4tx
Pheae 79L.Business .. .
They are deeply concerned sa'S.1
41 Ford convertible coupe super a 1y1-V
electricity. They cannot
Tel ArrJet ,
tome deluxe, A-l condition. Apply 1
to guys who really / : place fll
kilowatt from the side of a'i M-5, FL Taylor. may5-4tx I. Street (downstairs), .)1ei IiII&

house-the guys who picked up j{ for office seep, etcTeni.31.
the burden where Edison left off, ;; Privately-owned 1939
and gave the U. S. A. the world's 1 two-door sedan .ChCloTOlet..1 -zEpt26 lI

brightest lights. I I .CA -z'' dition, new Two
The CEA put Uncle Harry up! JORDAN .:- paint, and tires. Can be seen houses on Elizabeth get.

to asking for still more taxfreedincro 'I} -r rr__:: after 6 p.m. at Tony's Auto completely famuatd. fio
603 Greene St. dren. no pets. Apply Jiee'nu:
Body Shop.
to pour into the Tennes- j ,..' _ .
val Street
see. And in the ame paper I.see I j of Go1f d -. may5-Gt ; upstairs.
where Great Britain has gobbled 1 j Suers SAUDI ARABIA. : lawy3-its
up its sixth major business under I i WANTED TO BUY I
its socialist Govt's program-the : ',- 1-room apartment, deeD, airj.. direct -

electric business. And on the oj Ice box in good condition. Phone i on beach, private eatraaee,

same day it towk over it an- I Red Sao .-:, =", ', -, 0 ..00Z i 4-F.. may5-2t private lavatory and antrimer.
nounced that domestic rates in .0 sr.ruri rrtiEs .1 3-room apartment, dean, airy

some areas would need be raised. Electric cold drink box. Phone direct on beach deeps priv- I
Any person left in our U. S: A. (AP Wircphoto Map) 774-K. maY 5-2t ate bath and entrance 3-ro. a. .
who does not savvy what TVA : OFFICIAL ARAB SOURCES IN AMMAN' cap\tel_ of Trans- I newly rwnodefcxT IlI
and the 100 other dams landj I Jordan have indicated this plan of attack on Jews in Palestine. Two or three lots together. Must modern cumtrftfertequipped t

schemes in our fair land is head; Arabs in Syt a and Lebanon would join in the invasion by at- be high ground and reasonable.On .i near Sub ... f
in us into should glance acijiss I j I tacking northern Palestine. Forces from Iraq and Trans-Jordan Stock Island or Key West. I i room house. ckan, air;.. '*Ift.
the Old Pond or let their wiftfor } Phone 1356, evenings. nice appointments :": bkks
nis i would strike for Jerusalem. Egyptian troops would push into I' :
:somebody feel the bumps on southern Palestine toward Jaffa. may53txMISCELLANEOUS from beach. Phone .606-W4,@ .
> belfry. f tween 5-7 evenings or in
Yours with the low down I .. . I .
'T -- --- - -- son at 1124 Whitehead. -
JO SERRA [ jobs 1 after a year of lour-power admi- I may

,fliiinimmmimmminiimniiuiinninujiuiiuunmuWhnfs !j GuardingNazis nistration of the prison. the U. S. Washers irons, vacuums and
fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone dne-half
guard complement was unfilled I Furnished three and
Doing the American Military Govern- 1164-M. mayl-tf bedroom house. Available uaj -
ment advertised in its Berlin j til February 1st. 1126 Van
at the Command "Daily Bulletin" to fill For guaranteed plumbing and re- I Phister Street. may5-3tx

ARMED SERVICES BERLIN.-(AP).-Jobs guard- two vacant places. The Associated pairs. Free estimate. Call I /I..

Y.M.C.A. ing Rudolph Hess and the othersix Press wrote a story about the John Curry, 512 Margaret Si- I i WANTED TO BENT x'
adz ertsment. which Phone ;31. mayl-tf I I
Jackson Square Whiteheadand surviving major Nazi war offered the
Southard Streets4Ulnnnr.nllilll.ilIUI criminals in Berlin's Soandau jobs at gross annual salary of i Ii Before May 15th. Single womaB,
3519 dollars. The result was a Will take care of children II permanent resident needs stage -
l:UlJlnmIlIlUIDllllllllllllllmr Prison. which once went lX' gmg. flood of applications. home. Phone 68 -J. I or apartment with ptie

Wednesday are now eagerly souoht.Vh'n.. They came from Belgium Hol- may3-3tx I I bedroom. Maximum .rent $ i.

1:00 P.M.-Fishing Party: Na ral ..UlUIIUWUUifUlIUUUIUiUUtuutluUClIUilllUlUlun.N.C.C.S. land.. France. England. Hungary Call 1194-R between $-1
Hospital Patients. Joint Program the United States. Canada and Drafting and designing by a i j I

I YMCA NCCS. numerous places in Germany. graduate architect at reasonable ,! !

8.30 P.M.-Ye Ole Country Party The non-American applications prices.. Homes store fronts. in-I I j i Apartment. Navy wife, two smB

i featuring Square Dancing 1021 Dural Street went into the wastebasket and so tenors. Bobby Anne Gt.'OI"Bt"1 I I children. Moderate rent Tete-:

I Virginia Reels. DEFENSE FORCES did some American bids. But Phone 156-W. j:; phone 9132. may ti

I 10:15 P. M.-Weinrr" Roast on the PROGRAM'lllltllUfllWIuUUlhuuuuumuuulniuulnlluiiululir others were returned on file in f

Patio Grille. the event future vacancies must FOR SALE I i FOR RENT-ROOMS
9:00 P.M.-Dance. John Pritch- WEDNESDAY I. be filled. Trailer. 2rtwmGood condition i OVERSEAS HOTEL

' ard and His Orchestra. 1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Billiards,i! $300 cash. Inquire Town Hotel. j 917 Fleming Street
Friday Ping Pong, Writing Room, FOR SALE 805 Simonton Street. Phone I Weekly Rates

8:30 P.M.-"Tourist Nite at the Showers. ; White taffeta 9273. may3-3x $ to to $IS."
Y,** sponsored by the Chamber 12:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.-Hospital j: Worn net formal size 13. \j with Bath .

of Commerce. Refreshments Patients Fishing Party, joint; once. Phone 1523-R. Inboard boat. two skiffs with %': i j Social Rate to Service Men
and Entertainment. may5-3tx h.p. outboard motors. New cast !
program. NCCS, YMCA and: a| rtf>
Saturday Red Cross. register and adding machine I

8:00 P. M.-Movies. I 7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.-Boxing: 3-bcdroom House newly furnishi combination. New 6 h.p. Brimsi Clean airy room Rc-as ioablr
luuo t'. M.-Second Show, fea- Training, PAL I i Bioelectric kitchen. 2831 Stratton motor. Miscellaneous j
j EquipmenLI g rate $1> Whttehcwi St.. op-
Staples Ave.
ture announced at the Club. 7:00 P.M. 8:30 may5-6tx office and kitchen
I M.-Sewing j poaite Cvurt Hou..
Sunday Class Navy Wives. Cove Fishing Ulpmftlt'I'Pirates j
I 3-3u
9:15 A. M.-Java Club discus- I 7:30 PAL 8:30 PM.-Spanish 1942 super dc luxe Ford conver may3-3txi ma>
sion Group. tible. Apply 1321 Newton St.. -
I Class for
Beginners Miss Li_
bMcefccepmc raunvM00
11:00 A. M.---Go to CHURCH second floor left entrance.
Rcmond. instructress. Crib. mattress. chest of drawers i to $15.M per week. 411 William .

\. 3:00 Parties.P. M.-Classical Hour, se- 8:30 P.M. 11:00 P.M.Dancing.THURSDAY .i may5-3tx $30.00. Play pen and .....)' Street. aM)f-1 mug
$7.50. Combination high chair.
/ lections announced. a:00 A.M. 5:00 PAL New restaurant equipment: Jor- 750. 532-B, W. Poinctana.
9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour on -Sewing i dan refrigerator. National cash !' Man worklag aishts wishes 'u
( the Patio. Community Sing ing Machine.Room Typewriter Writ-i|! register 3-burncr Silex coffee may-3tx i share re[.**i with man. t<\ in
ins Beatrice Moreno at the maker water cooler, glass pie bed, near bath. Phone IK W.
Piano. FRIDAY 1{ case exhaust fan. Outboard motor. 5.4 h.p. 4 cytta- before 4 ....... myJix
I 9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing floor ders. Perfect condition. 1217
10:00 P. M. Coffee Hour.
mats. miscellaneous 1 1I
I Camera Club meets eachThursday Machine. Typewriter, Writing \! and dishes. ChzlaneSpot.. i I Petronia Street. raay3-3txj FOR RENT-APART>H3rT3Furatvfcwd
Room. Showers. i j gas
at 8:00 P. M. I water healer and tank electric i
G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Ser SATURDAY heaters. Man's bicycle. Apply 1391 Fe- apartment. 3 roonwrand

vice Organization), every 2nd I I 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Picnic,!(; table radio.counter 3 aluminum-top chairs. Philco tables tronia St. may33ht'I jt batk. Maid and janitorMTV

and 4th Monday. Fishing (:sun UD in advance). metal special sink ice. linenc aad utilities
Game Room: Chinese Checkers SUNDAY gas House next to Citizen office on furniiniL Sanunti raises Car-
chess cardo, ping-pong pool. 10:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.-Com- 1 grille S90-R., practically new. Phorft Greene Street Must be removed 1 al Hetft Afwtmeau. opposite

writing desks, library current munion Breakf -t, White may4-2tx or torn down for salvage | Peat Oh-e. pr2 -1Furnhlod .
magazines, various table games. Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base I of lumber. may4-6t
etc. (2nd Sunday). Two monkeys and a 15-gaugc I

Showers tennis 'rackets, golf 1:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M.-Fishing shotgun. Apply 714 Baker'si I I Plumbing supplies complete all-deetnr.IItNKtIIM..t.tile bwth trEUdrl C'u..pie w
clubs, fishing. lines Trip (sign in advance). j i Lane. may4-3tx
cameras. up stock. Plastic tile paint and I! nly. $70. Till NvI '2.iSeath
checking service film service. Information services, housing
brushes. Murray's Phimbing, Street
m a.3 JU
Climax electric I
mailing and wrapping packages city maps. sewing machine. 1532 N.W. 62nd Street M....... -- _#
receiving messages phone booths. Religious literature, library, Good condition. 615 Fleming Fla. Phone 7-3421. mayl-tf New etfmeticy awrtnicnt.and hot
stamps, railway express telephones stamps wrapping and Street. may4-3tx I <*M w* er.pltalt Fr igidare w.

available to SERVICE eervlce'I' mailing packages railway ex- I Motorola auto radios to fit all ears > tAle fiwra.romtAnas. ph--.t :......
NEL. press service, laundry pick-up Mahogany junior dining room from $4%.50 up. Completely installed i ..M pct nwnir.Phone .
Lcslcigh DavisDirector.. available toall suite table buffet. six chairs.
defense forces {
| Bridge Radio. 636 NW I lil. ma> 4Furnwhed -1
Gerald Pinder-Program Di- and their families. felt table Covers. 10000. 1020 5th St., Miami.

rector. I MRS. -E. S. COUGIILL'l.I \I j Fleming St. Automat Laundry j|i maylltIIIOI ap..._.nt. hut .\.t,.::

Beverly Buchanan-Secretary. I Executive Secretary.MIS may4-tx j| White outside paint, white enami electric n.n&rator.munth. $0S-0i Jr.f
Doreen Cruz InformationDesk $ .HILDA :: JvhMon. 1214
CASTILLO :i $%.73 gaL Doherty& COL.! Earle
Aide.HanniUaL' Seretary.A Giant-size Coca-Cola box. first I 846 Olivia, corner Packer. Call Duval. Phone .....XI
; class condition. Reasonable 1597. ma.5-t t&
who feared capture new table tennis ball projector. i i price. Apply 800 Emma St. I mayl-tf -
by the Romans usually carried capable of delivering balls.I apr30-5tx FOR J\ENT-COTT AOU
into battle a hollow ring which ; Adding machine. cah rtg..te*. '
at a 60 foot per second or 40 I
contained a powerful dose of mile an hour clip has been demonstrated i! 3-ft. G.E. refrigerator, $290. 500-C Toledo Catherine scales meat slicer. 721' Fuittwfced eotta c. adult vnl>. tbo
_ poison. I Street. heM 644-W. .W Oiivw Streetf.
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BENNY'S : TO BUY II When a and certain there pro Uil loubi buy It u !o whir: =THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU tl

TROPICAL TRADER .................:.............
Motor Court*................................... .-.55. .

::: Own.nhip 49w) Siruonlon Management St. .: 718 DUVAL Nice; Selection STREET GIFTS and SOUVENIRS PHONE 1000 Etc. It Is EIctrical{ w EEnrIr:11 j ..I 1):( : POOR OLD CRAIG fe

O' BENNY FERNANDEZ .: Plenty .of Action Toys for the Children : We=.:WiU Call For and.Deliver WHITE STARCLEANERS' Service Station :
ScYlnq . SEE OUR : M Yom* Experi nee la EUctrical Work BRADY. Manager PHONE I1H : II..:
'Electrical 1t I S : J. H.
: .BREAK1"AST. S 10 11LUNCHEON. : SHOWING of, 1 Appliances J : Frantia and Division Streota :

: .. 11&20 to 2.DUfnER. .........::........... ..- .....a................ i L ca211. Duval Street : Marco Mesa Jr. Prop. : Accessories :
J to :30 701 DUVAL STREET Tires Tubes Batteries Auto

S The Bcit ii/ Steals MESUNDRY.Sr 'i ..... .eee..............:...................... !.......Tour.....PURE.....OIL..............................
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:'I AI AU Hou : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. : : : and Pressing AUTO AND

: TROPICAL Try Ou Frown DRINKS :. uy ur Patronage Inriled" '.: i PRITCHARD :.j RUSSELL'SDRY :, ; 24 Free-HOUR Pick-Up SERVICE and TONY'S BODY SHOP i

t Opt'n 0.11y' and Sund.A,., : Ice'Cream'.Proprietary Medicine. : FUNERAL :: Delivery Service
I tt A.AL to Midnight i GOODS : SUITS for MEN : 60i-W GREENE STREET :
........................ : Sid Room,Supplies School Svpplie ': 1106 : and WOMEN Auto S4500 855()() :
: Toilet Preparation and Article : : HOME- :. : OLIVIA STREET Painting to
.................. ...................e.......... : : MadetoMcasurePHONE\ :
: PHONE 373Specializing
...................... ........ . ... ...... Let Those Serre ;. : : 282 BODY and FENDER REI'AIRS
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? : Who Serve Best : 1 .................... eeooeoeoeo
GOMEZFURNITURE iv.iijiiRlj.( [ and ROSS[ ; ; : : ................................. ..
: : WE HAVE NEVER : : inWomen's .: .5......5555.55.5.555. ; ;;; : "
CO. Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : WILL .. and : : : "t
Hotel 319 Fleming St.
: : S LOPEZFuneral / : Oreneas ..
: JlnrllnC no DUVAL.unlilure STREET :: Carrier Air-Conditioning : Ambulance Service:': Children'sTelephone : 1/ : '.f DONALD BARBER :1

: for Domestic and Commercial Use : 548 : : ServiceE5tah1i5hed . v We Specialize In
k'1 : 133 -=-. PHONES 1150 I : #:; Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing :
: ...v............... ....... ..................... : Meyer Sleeps : Apparel ,: ; 1885 : ALL Tn>K9 or HKIJKVM CCT TISTELL'S ;

PlastIc Inlaid Coft9oleulDAamwter : ............................................... ... ..... ........s......t 1.1.4.!.....................Ie Licensed Funeral ,' ....Phone......175. ..........rt.'UAeaT........' w.Pi. .............e
BroadfeltRADIOS .........e................................... s
Electric : : Directors and : ....,.. ... a .. ... .. ... .....t

and : ROTPOINT Ranges :, J.A.MYERSLicensed Einbalmcrs24Hour :. : BEAUTY NOOK i : ..._! :

I Applianceso 5 Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances Scientific Beauty Culture ;:

T.rnu Ananged' : Washing;: Machines for Immediate Delivery ;i . SS in All Branches J;= 'f. ::
: Ambulance : : Thoroughly Experienced
TILL 1:00 P.M..
: HOME :
i Operator
MON. uael SAT. PAINTING Contractor ServicePhono
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Soh Water :*d
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................................................: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED i: : 13S Night 696. : : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. \/ :

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!\ i PRICE TOURS i i Key West Garden & Lawn Supply i : You Want FASTER, BETTER ......................... Former Customers Frances Friends and Beauty the Public Salon Invited :i


:.: R epresesltatlrea Passenger :: Full PET SUPPLY Line : : On Old or New Floors Work-CALL. Modern US FOR AN Method ESTIMATECuaranteed ; : : ,: +OZ 1010Frances Paik.. .Owner STREET ::

.. : :: Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line i : : : Beauty Culture in all its Phase :
i DOUGLAS TREVOR : CONCH SHELLS : Permanents Scalp Treatmeet :
FLOIlDA! EAST .: Courteous Serrice and Delivery :. J. All SUM ; / Facial Shampoo -Manicuilaq :

........... ............. ..... ................ : 1829 Harris Atcnue Phone 1374-R : Phono 1391 !
e e b. : For Appoinlment
COAST RAILWAY ...............................I ... ...................,
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1 -7!; list' : Save OD dwelUngs.207I Fire i Insurance :: Landscaping,Marl\' and Top Soil i : Marion CASA llUESO CAYO .. .:\ :: S:.

: OFFICE mere a n t i 1. by INSURING with TOP SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK ':I : BEAUTY SALON :
Idga.. house- s :: MARL HAULED.SS40 for<4 : ,.
n.zMDIQ II1'JUT hold and per : : S of U.S. or Canada : : 1400 DuTal Street Telepbono 1314
Atlantic Mutual'-Rrc Insurance Co. aacioMarl Spread-Very Reasonable =; "
: Also Lots Cleared ,
: .c Leba I&.W aoaal eUKta. :
: - Hair Tinting Hair Cutting/, -, ,
AH Policies Non Auusabl. ,: Marcy S. Palacio Expert f
Save 15% on .
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: PRONE 124 : 1021 Olivia St. : Personalized Permanents StylingCorecnve ,, .

.....................:; Mercantile Stock J. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674B.&B. ;.: : G UrIi'E"H PHONE 801JEFFERSON ;: : 401 South Street : Facials \_.' J,4 .: I

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: ; WON '11 TO 9 WINS ARTMAN 9 !! Ball Nine To rJ1 By Cameron Dockery U .......-

1 TOURNEYI Play Friday Chapter IB in diary form but each entry was ; allowed to fo on wreck*? .*-
FROM SUB RON CUP "/"AME the dawn.said Johan- dated. He read it through then I ers* bv.. 3._ mutt udgL t
; sat for long minutes as sentences I clout" knot vK I .*.... 40-tart.
I ST. PATRICK'S HIGH **J son. Came "the dawn but. from the last entry, dated two as Cod a my. wUnew I MM! tUa

;r -N1VV MEN. GET TWO* Winner Shoot* One Umler: 1 twelve hours late. !nights Before recurred to him.fC .- I'a way. ,
SCHOOL WILL HE LOCALS' i "I suppose by you mean j Vince made Us wy to

\' IIO.MEHS IN SOFT.1 ICity Par 71 Score To Take IL-I. Who Knows? j LAST I that knocking-out last night's of Warner fire and were the 2 DEOPLE past but speak the past of the is never dead I I I son game was room ties te4 uBwtiluift before>. Me

I Recreation !1 OPPONENT simply to cover up the removalof dead it begin: "tonight Duke, his boot soles extender tu II
I Hugh" Vince said. name At the of .fteivaval
IIUJ. CONTEST HELD handicap Tournament How mentioned a and for m the flames aunt.
countries are
> many + OF YEAR 1 l "Exactly. You saw that kero- the past was resurrected in all oflWer lire t>. st*!
.\ST NIGHT Program Held At Golf Club I members cf the U, N..? !t I !sene-soaked shirt didn't you? it's vivid detaiL That name teas abruptly "You found a-methMy.:
j. 2. What nation is the latJt to High School Baseball team will I Well the tire was to'get everyone Eric Branson! Vince handed h.m tar portiHio.
I I'I'I. Week'of May 3 to 3. Inclusive Humbert ; become -member of the U N ? I J away from this damnable House." "It tea thirty-seven years ago "Read and pondr he alivittpd.
the first game of : Mira shooting a sen- play its last game of the 1948\ I I I I cared
3. Name The i tip
the countries bor'dering "Do you think Sophie started that I met Eric . second mate invMtifator
l Subron scored two in the sational one under par 71, woes : Palestine. !,'season this Friday at the Municipal i the fire herself of a vessel: taking! on can I SOUndlessly as he c">v ri: fee
sword inning on three singles SOFTBALL the Artman Cup handicap tourn- 4. What is the Milky Way? j Stadium. St. Patrick's High I I "I'm beginning to think she mate of a vessel taking on cane'I pases .and when fcc tinufci tor
School of Miami Beach will be of anything but for the China trade and he wet knocked his pipe a*>io.t m., fcsvrt>
Brrivr Park. Night ament held the local golf I I 5. What is the price! of the may be capable I
and a wild pitch and in the i over sole almost Vwiou4jr. "So &.-
: their opponents.This .* third. Adams: scored' three to go ,THURSDAY course Sunday. With Mira's two average new house today ; game will be the last for I I had a helper." He swore mc- weeks. "We made those two weeks phe: Mar.niey! is our munietii

into the lead on two hits, a wild 'First Game-Adams Dairy vs.Bob's handicap allotted him. the club' i 6. How much did Americans the following boys who are graduating .ituresquely in Norwegian. "Well edger the pleasure of two month '* or is she'
fur 1947 I wonder i found this tueteJ
spend foreign./ travel in she's going to do a little explaining anti at the end of them Eric
4 pitch and a walk. Sport Shop. leading goiter also won$22 worthof 7. What Is the fifth largest : when she gets back. asked me to marry him. I was: to in tike comforter on her beJ.Si ."
I Second Game-Driftwood vs. . Joe Fleitas, Louis Angucna I him the night e: ceraiy had a muse
In the fourth the Subron again golfing equipment. State in the U. S! They inspected Hugh's room. give my answer
Naval Hospital of the team Charley Perez I Whet skonk that Mtnuiryhave awot
captain a
; before
: sailing."Simeon
the bathroom and Sophie room
8. John
went into the lead on two walks In second place was Art Glass Who is Mansfield? i i **
who graduates in February. i but found nothing to add to their of course was furious. been
two bib and one scoring Boca China officer 9. List the units of the fighting .
error Navy Petty -Theft's crhw V.:.
r Some of the boys who will be' first discovery. Yet Vince could I tried to make him see Erc'strue only one
two run. but lost the game in First Game-Adams' Dairy vsI with a gross of 85 and a handicapof Air Force. ( in there are: I n't ignore a strong feeling that worth but lie wouldn't listen pointed out. "Soph! u au loci
the fifth when the Adams Dairy'I VFW. 15, leaving a net score of 70. 10. Where are the Tapieh I the key to Mannlev's. murder and I was too madly in loreto j If she had dune it wovtd ,.
New Mairo
scored 8 runs on three hits, 7,![ Second Game-Elks vs. Naval Glass won $16.50 in merchandisefor Mountains. pitcher, Rodnquez I lurked in this wing of KalaniL care what he thought. Eric and hoe left suen an inI i.t'I""C
> walks and 2 errors. i ii I Hospital. his effort I I who played short-top and then -Look." he said. "Is it O.K. if our future was my one thought : 'I thine around; She knew toi

i In the fifth the Navy boys SATURDAY- Tied for third place were the '* in the outfield. I stay here and snoop a little "I waited for Enc that last i j might\ search her<*rin-.t *aply -
I vrored four a single three f U.S.S. Medregal vs. Driftwood The Answers:'. i Charles who is developing into more*" night but he never came. Instead isn't logicsJ.: J
on following: it Luki then small of I "Not unless her mindS ......
I I a Rood pitcher. i Johanscn eyed him suspicious: was a boy
J walks and two homers. George Valdez 78-6-72. I 1. 58 now, originally 50. I I Raloh Ht-nnqjez and Joe ; lyN "Why?" eight, who brought me a not I This must have been a is.y
1 At bat the leaders were I Ii 4 JUNIOR SOFTBALL D. K. Peterson. 821072. 2. Burma-the 58th member. tas who are two good FIei-l "Call it a hunch-I think can see it now-'Dear Sophie: 1 shock Thinking; B-aiuon Boyd
i OTieil. Brcmmcr and Smith each i iI Park. Afternoon Warren Bethel, 91-19--72. | there's something here we've hare come to the conclusion that all this time then oWorennc .
I i Bayview 3. Trans-Jordan, Lebanon Syria who will be in the lineup in I .
I hitting safely in each official J. W. Hartzell 841272. r I missed." with such a difference in our he's led a successful: and n-E
j I i and Morning :_ and Egypt. .. some position as they are both I backgrounds could find life that he! could have .hi
time at bat. For the Dairy boys.< Humbert Mira was blazing. hot "You're not going psychic on we never ....
Griffin hit one safely and. walked: WEDNESDAY I in his 18-hole rouna. The Mira 4. A very large group of stars. ; good hitters. Ralph has been I| me. are you Bonnay?" true happines together. I sail at except:: for Mauler's .Ie:1tI. l'I
3:45 P.M.-Poincisna vs. Harris 'ij 5. $9,000. I practicing! at first base this week. I Vince grinned. "Maybe just dawn and hope the thought of ence. I
twice.In I'I SchooL boy has won just about every* 6. $690,000,000 mO. tlVk'jn., Donald Beaver at second; base n.euroc" malaria does that some- the past two weeks will always I Then Sophie ...'t our imr- .
the field. Abseon Sands and SATURDAY- tournament held this year at the; Canada, Mexico and the .Caribbean or Obie Ingraham. Louis An- times." be a pleasant memory to you.asit derer." Vmce left strangely peheved. J
J. Lewis were the best.Score I local course, . 'I "O.K.or Johanson agreed reluctantly will to me-Eric Branson. .
9.30: A.M.-Division Street vs.I ; area. gueria at shortstop and. of course.
: I 1 ''' Mira had nine straight fourson Arizoita "but this time if you make I I "I couldnt believe it. It meant I "No. but there's plenty she can ..
f Harris School. 7. twice the area of) : reliable John Solomon at third "
R H E, the front nine to be'even par '.. any discoveries don't wait for a}I the end of everything for me, I tell us. Johanscn bellowed IK
.1, Adams Dairy . 11 63 ,'t : .Z6)) at the turn. He took bogiesen New.York State \ base i'I t. kidnapping to tell me about it. ..could never love another man as I Warner and when the deputy appeared .
Subron 4 993 ... ., TENNIS 8. Poet laureate of Fngfcjnd: |tf In the outfield we have Bert 111 be in the'game roomtherewere I had Eric and when Simeon toldi said. "When Miss Mann- 4

Sue Griffin and F. Sand: :!!J, .Bayview Park. Afternoon .both these par failures three holes with but birdieson offset : 9. Wing, group sq'jadron, ;Thompson and Charles Perez. I II three men on duty here last i i me that Eric's ship had been losti I ley returns.toWarner's I want her bro.t sin
flight I I night one of them must have i / a typhoon, I knew I would
Brcmmcr O'Neil and Hughes and '. and NightDAILY I the two long par five holes 10. In Central] China: Group life insurance in the!I seen something'!:'" He strode angrily -: never marry. And then tonight I bulbous eyes ex
Temple. 1 i:i Nos. 1 and 5. the the 1 panded. "She
United; States increased 24 toward stairs. i i past rose up and knew what aircaoy bade.
In the nightcap the Elks club(i I I' City tournament On the back nine. Mira started i-I i percent b;I Vince stood in Sophie's room i had happened thirty-seven years bo**."*
won over the Kantor's Shop by. '' with a birUle four on the Private commercial aH" b.u to a total of $23.196.570.QOOfrum and looked about him. Rain- 'ago' I II "Well why ddnt you rerort k
a 7 to 6 score,.and both pitchers H'I I| :': SKATING tenth paired the eleventh and ness schools in the United Stlte5': their life insurance companies [ soaked pine branches slapped the I I "Simeon had written one note me! When :did they get bade
with their hits but :totalled 2,100 m 1940. during 1946. 'I> leaded ranesTidously as the and signed it Eric why c< were stingy f .
I : Ba view Park. Night then knocked in a beautiful curl- --- -- -- ---- -- I 1 wind swept in from the CanalTo j he have ,written two the other I'I'I -About fifteen minute aca.Well ."
Joe Lewis walked and '
wild for J \ FRIDAY-. ing putt for a I:iree on the BOY HELD FOil ATTACK ON TEACHERSIXTEENYEAROLD the accompaniment of their I signature Sophie so uo and ask airs& 9oohje -
Rosam 6. I 7:30 P.M.-Children's skating. twelfth to go two under Par. lie 1 I fretful swishine he examined ev-'I i "Oh Hear en. that such selfishness I Mennley to oleas come
The Kantor boys scored :threein bogied the thirteenth but came ery article in the room minutely I could eitst'I I I down here and tell Bate *.Hm
the first on two walks two right back with a birdie on the; I but it wasnt until he shook cut I Now 1 see Simeon for what he-Good Lord' What's U.I"I "
errors and a double by Kelly. BASEBALL fourteenth and iateenth to Ii the airy folds of the maroon ;.he 13-a cold-blooded sensual i iI I I The sound that' caused ..loh.I .-
Elks scored two on a walk and Municipal Stadium. Afternoon go i satin bed puff that he made his I f nepotist, a man who ha' gone i I son to break into a tre m of
three he
SUNDAY- par. However k discovery . I I through life qratifytnq himself' i I I:Norse invective was a thin hi .-
two errors added two in the bogied the 16th and 18th but his, .i It fell at his! feet a leather. yet denying; llvgh and me the', pitched oriental wail It .liWI
second on a walk and two hits, I. First. Game-Sound School vs. total score of one under par was portfolio with Sophie' J-lcnnley I\ right to live as normal h'imni''I I from the tf'nacand na. re-

and three in the third a walk Pirates. I still good enough to win the Art- written in fine spidery writing on l triune S' eh Tfrplf mut' atom peatco stain aid ...;;:....1.
and error and a triple by Rodriguez Second Game-American Le- man trophy. I .e the title page. It was not kept for their siis They must not be Its be ivoUABcd

and tied the score but In- gion vs. Adams Dairy. Humbert Mira this year has

graham singled and Rodriguez won the club championship City Iww.v'.wwvw.......-
jtcored what proved the winning Griffin and Ingraham for the open championship and now the

run.With 'winners, and Kerr and Sweet- Artman cup tournament. The THE VETERANS MCOMi SOURCES

two out. Meador and ing for the losers were the best. last event was won with the low-
1 Ira An AP Newsfeotures Pictograph #>r tan =isw
Kelly singled and Curly Sweet-
Score RilE
: est score ever played by a local r,
f Ing hit a homer for the last Kan- Kantor's Men's Shop 675 amateur in competition. X CORNER GES SALASt1t:4: i wsgc-SASS -

tor funs.At Elks Club .- .... "_ 763 Friends of Humbert Mira are a. .........___.._._..
bat Kelly hit two and An-1 Rosom and""Fleitas; Joe Lewis t urging' the Key West youth to I .

f guiera hit two. In the field. and Henriquez. make a try at the National Amateur > aP. QUESTIONS o
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this fall. He is said to be
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playing the brand of golf that Compensation which means

Cards Beat Brooklyn Bums will compare with any amateurin Y ( v money in tee pocket is a favor- 1NTERESt ?1 INTEESTPKCPxETi1tcS

I the United States. !U subject on which \et-rsru ask; .
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' Individual scores. are as fol- information.. Here are some

lows: .:! the qUestion frequently: sk-
I: 5 to 4 In Nocturnal Game Octavio Recio-120-25-93. j r l li lx ed. together with jome regard O pR6ptjGioi ;
I II. Alburv-99-21-78. mg sub it *nce and guaranteedQ 1NCOMw? :+xi

B. Grooms-107-23-85. <:'
R. Hyman-100-21-79. Q. A veteran who has been

BOX BY ST. LOUIS '1 How Stand!: R. Harwood-104.25-79. 3t granted compensation; suffei- in
; They Ben Free -IOI- -80. increase in the severity; of fidirabiiitv -. it

W. Bethel-91-19-72. What sue;., must: betaken 11IlER It (If1ER J .
air II"OF" YANKEES Major Baseball LeaguesAMERICAN I II W. W. Watkins-91-13-78. to; Ret an increa'c in icrnpt'Tsation' o # 0

: j HlnuoS coon BALL I T.Art H.Glass-85-15-70.Suddaui 90-16-74. C ) A. He must !FUDr.itnUen

_I; .....ri.. ..TII.('....... I Club- W. I* Pet A. G. Sands-99.16-.3. evidence to the Veterans AJmnistratior S

Cleveland .. . _...._.
NEW YORK. May Brooklyn G 3 .G67i Jim Jones-101-13-88. 1 :. This should be in the

lost to the St. Louis Cardinals,!!i,I Philadelphia 85 .61'i F. S. Elbertson-90-13-77, 'form of an cdeouate statement g

$--tO' Jn the only complete night New York .. 7 5 .533 R. Whidden-95-12-83. f!urn a private physician showing a t O

game last night. Branca was Boston 6 6 .500 L. MacDonald-90-14-7C. the veteran's present physical -

pounded from the box by the St Louis n... .._ '_--... .. 55 .500 I J. Cooper-90-14-7C. condition. All expanse-; incurved I
Cards Munger needed the help' Detroit ..._ _._.._._. n' _-- 68 423: I II W. Vinson-99-12- 7. (AP"jr.I.I",), -' in !securing such statement fI

of mule in beating the Brooks.|I.Washington I .-.-. .-- 5 7 .417 J. Hartzell841272. : Richard Marchetti (center) stands with : must be borne by the "cti -

Boston a"d Pittsburgh gamewastpwipined I'I Chicago _.. _-.3 7 .300 Leo Lopez-S9-11-78. District Attorney D. A. McDonald (left) and Assistant District i eian.Q. I
F. l\1athews-86-9-17.. Must a veteran have 10 percent i
because of rain.
I i Attorney Louis Andreozzi (right) before stolen guns found in
In the American League the only I 1 I NATIONAL" I II Jones-hiO-I3-88. possession of five 'teen-age youths in Brooklyn. New York.! The or more service-connected I a / 0 ti G
called Club- Paul Mesa disability to be eligible for outpatient "
night game was at the end W. L. Prt -93-11-82. I
boys were arrested after a rifle attack on the home of Margaret
of thf sixth when Chicago and Pittsburgh __._. 84 .667 Bob Knowles91982. treatment? i I
JokieL a teacher in Brooklyn's Fort Hamilton high school. Police '
Washington stood at 3 alL |I|I New York 0._' ..__._.'_ 9 5 .643 N. D. Artman84975.F. A. Any veteran with an estiabo -
Frank said young Marchetti is cne of the boys who admitted taking lishcd service. connected dt'ability i
Shea finally got started; St Louis _.__ 7 5 .583 MtehwA8691'1.ME'1 .
yesterday for the Yankees in the I I 1 Brooklyn .._ __T-_ 7 7 .500 Miller-87-10-77. part in the affair which included telephone calls to the teach. is entitled to outp.itielt: I --- -_. -

American. He let the St Louis Boston h':._.. _._.__ 6 8 .423 Tex Andrus851075. er's home threatening violence! unless: she passed all studentsin treatment for the servsce-con-1; ion of the I lay : f.,;. \ou p'">. I Ttection ., V 1 .. : '
BroWns down with four hits and i Philadelphia .:___ .. 6 8 .429 Ward Tyson-86-11-75.C her mathematics class. nected disability regardless of the II j ,.. ."
N.....York 61. i( degree of disabiLlv.Q ; ; i
won j: Cincinnati _.____.. 69 .400 Salas87978.Bill -
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,-1 I (Veterans --hmc: fatatt: : r in -
Boston Red Sox made it three Chicago ... .. ...__.. .__. .. 58 .38:) CurrY87780.Bob GUN BLASTS THREATEN; TEACHER I lost last month's subs* 'ortrrt:on .inou* "I'I.-! 0 S, :.' '\ ' : ;
victories in a row, for the first !I r Spottswood88781. tense check before I was able to : ., ...
i I'a' I iperionally
cash it at the bank. What shouldI fits may t 1'1 i "u. iv ...
time this in defeating Jack I .
season Hayes-85-8-77. ..
I I' do'A. : ;J\\ t':l'.i' : : 0_ -
the Detroit Tigers 63. Eddie Softball League D. K. Peterson821072.
JooO Philadelphia Athletics' 'I Go or write to ycur 1 local VA ;.-
K. Loucks 83-6 77.G .
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Class "A" 1 1
office and what ha
explain hapj -
shortstop, pounded out a two-run .
Club- W. L. Pct.Bob's I II Park81576. The office will,. take I I
lOttTinninK homer to defeat the' I j pcned necessary -
<< G. Valdez-78-C-72.
i Sport Shop .. .. 3 0 1.000 '
: action either to recover
Cleveland Indians. 8-6. I I C Albury-102-17- 5. I
| Vets of Wars 2 1 .667
The scores of the 'I or to replace your check. ;
game yesterday I ... .._ .._. Alton l.rk--82.6-16.. HAVANA
Adams I
follow: I Dairy 1 1 .500 Harry Knight78375. x "At sii I I. Q. I am negotiating to pur- :

NATIONAL LEAGUE: I I SubRon 4 -. 1 5 .166 James Mira-82-3-79. x.L' l i 1 chase a home under the C-I Bill
I! Class "B" 1 1j I The appraisal value of the tine t tSPECIALWEEKEND
.. R H E H. Mira71269. '
Brooklyn 412 2 j' Club- '.V. L. Pet I L' I-; lower than the pu,'chase price I.
Charles Blair-90-16-74. :
St Louis 571 ,Elks Club _------------2 0 1.000Kantor'Men's I I I D. Sweeney-88-10-78. : Will the VeteranAdiimistr.itn( n EXCURSION

Branca. Miner and Bragan. Shop ... 1 1 .500 M. .Tohn&on-97-18-79. guarantee my loan if I a.t.,>
H id e: Munger Brazle and Rice. t Naval Hospital n",_ 01 .000 I O. Roche-92-15-77. t4 &: pay the difference in cash I

Driftwood Club __. n 01 .003 A. No. The VA wit! not gu.ti Via Palatial' S. FLORIDA
'AMEniCAN I C. E. Smitt93-9-340.
LEAGUER ,' Junior ant"e a loan on a home ;';MI'11' IS.
H E Club. W. L.I George the appraisal vilae i-. !less" than

St.New Louis York -_..... _..... .690 143Sha Harris School __ .__ 4 1 I i: Neno Hugh Castr0-93-16-82.More-99-15-84. 49r j the purchase price This pro'"-,- Ica\e,.;. Miami f '.11. I Fri.Iata i > T. ....I s !

and Berra; Stephens Potter Division Poinciana Street School School_ 4 0 2 5 James James He&McCardle-100-17--100-18 S3. --82.< Miami BU! :;( \.'I. Jlnnll. way I HI

MOM..te Widmar and Partee and I I Clem Price 3-8-75. f aF f;, BROADWAYCIGAR 5,555.. M"re .... ...r. Ike -.....UH..w ...'_\' et '
".r Bob Saunders961977. .. She 1.. C'_. wa? I" ,.........
Farming By SmellOLYMPIAWashlHAP ] I .a.a: ".11..1_... di..rr. hrral.fa.1 ... h
Charles Leu 109-25 24 .
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RUE aboardhip (....... l. a." f rmn lla_tw. "aS40
Boston _._.__ 6 10 2 L. J.I W. R. Crutcher-100-21-79. ..IYr STORE I Kprlb ,l-a.... ..1.. ....u. i. 11...... mff
) itK-lndf-4 In Ibr larrl
Detroit ...... .. -- 3 9 2 wycoff .
I F 'rriu. Gatehouse and Teb- commercial: believes lavender his near 12 acres here of \ WILL YOU SMILE? 610 Dinal) Street J
i betts: Houtteman, Gentry White j I line. only such planting in the Regular tailings from Miami
Mondays and
and Wagncr. United.State. Poor Dad! C PM.
j Lavender oil, an 6 months limit
o.. I j important ingredient of perfume i Trip Fare. car $K. plus tail..,

RilE comes I mostly from : Mother announced that a prize
. . 812 0C..ft'land southern I' ". ,Ti-: s.r .he will Lr..aiMlld.l .....'1_.. _. ,
Philadelphia : ,5 .
France" ; But plantings, including J would be given every Saturday .\.oo. fur ....rttai: air .; .........e ....., ... .: '.1...,. .. II. "
. 6 12 1 jWycoffs, have been established i to the most obedient member of : SCORESPOPULAR I. \-T : \.l-:'.;.. 1:1-'ftR.: U1...n' /: ;. ir..n ii, ,.... it.",.r.
Marchildon. Harris. Savage; in several parts of the world in :'The family during the week. |I :. i .d . 'r"ti ll.i\.in.i U: :. IIi =.

Kellner, Brissie and Guerra; recent years. I Almost with one voice the five AP )
I I ':r: lot. TK "\ M11II : .I'T .... .. .
bf..w.N. ...,
Gromek. Kleiman. Christopher Wycolf: gets from i children protested "Oh that isn.t' . h1 .n4 _
20 to 30 : ; of . "r a. ... I' A n nrrw...... .. r.w.r.atin
I MARGARET JOKIEL. 24 year-old teacher, checks mathematics ... ,..... 1'N./d a1Mwa11....
and the .
Weif.loff Hegan. j pounds of oil to the acre and', fair. Daddy will win every time. IJloI.c; .1; ; '!I. 1'h. :0l --; :;.
J jthe price varies in different: I I examination papers in Fort Hamilton high school at Brooklyn.New and Cold

Publicly controlled U. S. federal years from $5 to $20 a pound.J Thirty-two thousand: high York. after her home was blasted with gunfire. Five 'teen Cigars s

schools for Indians spent $10 The lavender starts to bloom in I schools employing 335.0QO teach-1: age boys are in custody, and police say they admitted taking ':l=g ":u: 111 :..J /r\.f:. ,' iii

million in 1940! as part of the U. July-and is cut with a modified. :. ers :are operating in the United part in the affair which included telephoned threats of violence Soft Drinks .Wnlt1
S. public school system. i I header and then distilled. States in 1940. I I unless the teacher pawed all mathematics students. 'tI :.I! .J I

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Local Teachers Meet To" = !,! . :, L > :: _ :YouJfeed;/ ::, ,. Hair To Be ASoldier I 1Rif1eDrillFaLtet

S,595,505' V -"By FRANK CAREY i HAMMOND. 1M. A fl a4 .

Discuss FEA . u. ; it Associated Press Science Reporter I watchin (a high scfeeei teacher
i Hit.*I.'" "UL HKSE K\E: M.%>K ur ATt>n $4.14'fiiJ- *PR 12 1945 .', WASHINGTON.-Complete baldness bad breath and unusual : demonstrate the ratuHMl of aevtLti(.

\$. :,28.7 500'&,':" A"S9 OCT; 6' 'S2a27590* fattiness'were: among little-known causes of disqualification Vernal: Leroy Grec<
Held In 1 1 _t ; 'for U. military service during the war. Dr. Louis Carp !i cided to try it when he ft home.

City Of Miami\ O 111 IRE' r describing his experiences at New York's Grand Central Palace I With his two younger bretfuf

eI induction'tStation. says. j.Jr1p |r
IKDI.K: UK TKiASfRkX. ..STAn'I'' FUWWlTAIJXUWSE : looking on, Vernal Marled to 0o
TEACHERS ,I with such defects were
TELL NEED r I said the percentage of his.. .21-
: fURJU turned down because of the possibility ' Carp tta-I through: the manual trf

OF IDEA EXCHANGE' ',GENEROUS TIPPER I 1111 !, of upsetting morale or exposing tooed selectives "Was consider- caliber rifle. The weapon dw-
I '1700iKM j jI jI! ::the men to ridicule. ably higher than is generally be- charged accidentally.! t*>e butfe
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l' obese Vernal the tf'fRP 4..
WITH OTHER MEM- j "Unshapely very men lieved. striking In .
I with unusual fat distribution" Carp tells of one chap j.I i
HERS: OF. PROFESSION' *3 afctw KMKK irmili ; he writes in the magazine Military block cat', and the number 13
.. MUTlLATCklou i Surgeon "Were not only bad tatooed his arm. "It had alI !- I Neon
i (. *MO. e,'' DO NOT TOLD. SWINDLE OR__ 'I'Ii on :
Teachers in the Junior andSenior j 1 i KM fc IMNMNfll - aids IIHkNTIrPl-ATION 314 potential risks but they might I ways ben lucky; fqr him,": related .ALBURY and SON ser.i .
High School and the Elementary J ;I I come in for some chronic ribbing. the doc. "His most recent lucky We Specialize in All:
J Total (baldness) was not only episode occured on Friday,, Kinds of Neon Signs PHONE;
but it easily 13 1945 when he 61&MKK
unsightly April was a-
and Lighting Stripping
their re-ipective schools: to discuss Treasury to the Stat. *f Florida is the first installment payment o. a construction grant t. the Suwannee County .
the helpful information received c Hospital now Rearing completion at Live Oak. Dr. Leonard A. Scheele, new" Surgeon General! of the U. S. Public make a man the butt of a com : mong a group of 13 doughfoots I ,. (....Hs....tails. Any
e Health Service will present the check to Governor Millar J CaUwell at a presentation.ceremony in live Oak .. May pany. I who escaped from a German pi i- hay I'I tMfrm: U\HV
from the meetings in which they 8. A county barbecue i is bains prepared to accommodato several. thousand. person sad Snwanneo Cotmty it inviting ( Tatooed men were okay, and son camp" _
participated at tne ronlcrence of the public to help it celebrate .. that day. i ------- --.-- -- ---- ---- -------- ----- - -- --- -- --
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tion. held at Miami April 22. 23, II
and 24. A majority of the teachersin tl I
Monroe County attended the Learns Lessons I j TODAY'S I t:1I .
conference. ,| ANNIVERSARIES 1 1I I
Members of all professions feel rS I 1 i
s j LOS ANGELES.-After losing i
the need to get together with (Know America) '.
others of their group to exchange I her pocketbook, containing her 1809-Frederick: A. P. Barnard : :
Ideas, experiences, philosophiesand s lifetime savings of $8,743, on a famed Alabama University teacher Ih

purpose in their own professional ''streetcar, Mrs. Nerhoodhas president of Columbia Univer- < 1 I

field. Teachers are no exception the money bacK, thanks to sity, born in Shefield, Mass. Died J
to these practice They j' Oscar Van Patten of Coldwater. April 27, 1889.1830John!). I 1r. ;
know the exchange of ideas with B. Stetson founderof .p' '
[Mich., who found the bag and ,
other members rf the profession turned it over to police. the hat company of name, from '<; ) t i I .x: A1I I
gives them an improved insight ( a one-man place peddling his own'hat3 '" J t l '
Mrs. Nerhood, who lost confi- ; 1 ) l-J
into teaching born ... ,i
dence in banks during the de- ,
The conference i i Feb. 18, <", -
officially opened .
has ,
fpression, placed the money, '
with the 2 o'clock session with which she plans to buy a i I 1832- 'f" '
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nent San 7
afternoon. April 22.
Thursday j .
j home, in the bank for safe-
held at the Municipal Auditbrium ARTHUR G. GEIST: (above), keeping. publisher, ,,:,if.:.< ; e
Ohio. Died
In Bayfront Park. The opening
62-y ar-cId retired Chicago in- I 1843-
meeting was highlighted by a.
welcoming address by the Mayor'of surance broker had police: befuddled I I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS j; patholigist, "'t

Miami, Robert L. Floyd and when he said ha tipped o (Know America) ,. citis, born in :

addresses by State Superinte a cab driver SJ.OGC for treat- Congressman: John Taber of 1 Sept. 30.

dent of Public Instruction Cdlin'EngIHh. ment of a hand injury. Police Auburn, N. Y., Republican chair- 1857- I
the President of the : cutter, .
and Leonard A. Schecle, Sur
of the House new
Captain: Walter said Vincent man Appropriations :
Education der of his General of U. trx.
Florida Association! S. Public Health!
born in 68
Dr. W. T. Edwards. Can rgo. a Westfield N. j Died in ce., who will make his first major;
Preceding the general opening Y. bartender) turned up at the years ago. ,j 1923. i I i address on May 8 at Live Oak w
| Alice Faye, actress, singer, radio -! 1867- i I I Occasion is a barbecue on
station with
police $1.340 given
session a joint meeting of School
; star, born in New York, 33 of new Suwannee County
Board Members and County I to him by a cab driver after ;.I years ago.Kenneth. j ("Nellie now Hearing completion and "'....e.
Superintendents of Public Instuc- j the cabbie: escorted Geist home. Burke of Andover, N. I journalist of ntation of first federal check in i
in iI
tion was held Thursday. morning j Healy said ha's almost sure i i J, famous author, born in Pitts- I Ja.. to aid hospital construction I
at 11 o'clock. I' Geist was jack rolled. Gisst i I burgh, 51 years ago. 27.192" : ....

The Thursday evening program said the money was given as i Christopher Morley of New '
in Bayfront Park included a conceit tips. The captain booked all I York, famed author and humor- i YOU SMILE? t i'I I

by Miami Jackson High J concerned on a technical disorderly !, ist, born in Haverford, Pa. 53 ( ) -
Sct ool l Band and an address entitled I Jacksonville 8.60 New York S2X7S
conduct j years ago.Freeman 1828 Tne
charge. -
Today's WorldTomorI F. Gosden the A- I' r 'I 3: 7 A'
I Friend Miami 3...O Chicago .23.OSi
row's Peace by Rear Admiral mos" of the famed radio team, ded.1831The. I i
Ellis M. Zachariavi. U. S. Navy Supper was held at the Coral born in Richmond, Va., 49 years i teacher was reviewing the. W. Palm Beach 4.45 New Orleans .. 17.70
Retired. I i i Gables Country Club. Mr. G: F. i ;I I
Rear Admiral Zacharias told Wilson of Tampa presided. The ago.J. j an historic Scripture. IM I St. Petersburg 8.05 V/whingtonJJC 20.10
Monroe Johnson director of I : -
first issued. was it went into the
"neither speaker was. Dr. C. Roy Angell
his audience that is 1
was Pastor, Central Baptist Church the Office of Defense Transportation -I 1834-GO den and came out alive?* Y- >., Tampa 7.55 Cincinnati --_ 1125
imminent nor inevitable. He Washington born in Mari leave I
further stated: "We must remain Miami. on. S., C, 70 years ago. .Mn" 11%tttml t....M At...tart*
American. se-; sir, the lion, said I
'!I The general session Friday
I' .
in other star,
strong a military "way so Tyrone Powers screen -
evening was held in the Orange; 1847- i Bertie. - Crowd Together
; Your
I nation will not set! th -tlhistonthat born 34 years ago. I I
they could successfully engage Bowl Stadium. Dr. T. V. Smith, Samuel H. McCrory, noted Department Association Bus Terminal CHATTER A GREYHOUND
Professor of Politics and Philosophy i 1862- f : Borgia's poison ring is:I II Greyhound ? ?
in a war with the United I of Agriculture engineer,
Syracuse University, and i j yo-ihe d to have: been composed I j ' a
Street Bahama
512 Southard at
States. 69
I : born in Iowa City. years .
driven back )lion heads. lIe turned the
former member of Congress from I wo
"We he spiritual PHONE 242
must strong
Illinois, delivered the address: He ago. I j Annually inward to press the hand:
ly", he said, "and make democracy I
| f.M- (' victim and the
work in the United !States; if related tome of his experiences in students of poisoned
In 1940, 30
Italy, Germany, and Japan during the Wil j of the lion sank into tWo:1
we are going to make it work 72 cent of the U. S. population -
eUewhere." |. in the the war army, when educational be was! a services.colonel per from five to 22 years of age|i Civil 1920 War..-& (' Ii he shook. GO BY GREYHOUND s g

Friday was devoted to school full
group attending \irne.
which were rested in The Citizen. 1
j A musical pageant, in to
meetings and discussions of phase __ - -
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branches of education of the important educational to system all-I from all the Miami school-(}; participated source out providing of income.for a substitute j!I School 1925- ; ...........e8 $ .8..e.......
was an extravaganza
which includes Superintendents construction of new
color, music and rhythm. Each j arrested for
Supervisors, Secondaryand because of iI J
buildings was urged violation of
number and ;
band A special
Elementary Principals, and gave and the :
the statewide congestion i 1936- I
finale was a musical
I Cl.-.yoom Teachers. grand increasing school population.This : dis Ababa, ZJ'
A. the massed .
salute to F. E. by
The speaker at the Classroom could be done by a constitutional
I Teacher's meeting Friday at 9:00: bands directed by Henry Fill- amendment authorizing 1942- It e.-
Past President of the | tioning in rl.ere S once !
A. M. was Dr. M. G. Flannery, American more. Bandmaster's Atv;;cia- boards of public instruction to i, 1945-- i payst
Surgeon General Air Corps, Mi- issue certificates of indebtedness the
ami Area a former Professor of tion. devoted against the annual outlay allot- i Gen. Dev!? .
morning was
the University of Illinois. Dr. Saturday: ment authorized by the 1947 I: 1946

Flannery Its Importance spoke on "Psychologyand to the Tea-,|I to breakfasts interest. Lester to R.and all Wheeler teachers.Dr. group,meetingsof Director. school The act.conference adjourned at \, American four-power'IIII0011111UttlhOdlllilllllhlf11101fip'h ti; put all your eggs

should be M. Teachers I
cher-7 He said teachers University of 12:30: P. Saturday. j -* i:
general practitioner of psychology } Reading Clinic who attended felt the three day I' calls
Miami spoke at
stick fundamentals ; all too short to adequately in basket
and should to Reading Breakfast which was !I, session was report on one
: He said they should discuss the needs facing i "false" and
understand the factors contribu- I held on the Columbus Hotel Roof. I them as teachers. Each came I
Dr. Wheeler gave the Ten Ways : and I Water
of child. feeling encouraged .
ting to the personality a the i away .
Remedial Reading. In panel I
to ; '
lie recommended having a spe- discussion which followed his' benefited by the meetings and i 90 per -a

cialist on the county the staff teachers to hold address, helpful suggestions were :I I discussions groups. __ ____.I vegetables_ -

with clinics'their and to psychological assist problems. offered to teachers for the solution -' .. miiiiiiiiiiinnaiiniiiouiuinuiiiitiiniMnniiHininniiiuraiiiu i T UK: CO.MPLKTE USE of rleclrioilyway i is rapidly. .hall ill::: our
remedial reading II .
of their
l : of l lif.-amior lh,. flf..r!

Luncheons were held Friday problems.The final Delegate Assemblywas i i. fulIIllc'lt'J: a'h'rtrifif".J; Monte i. using 10w",0"1, .-lcMtl"'rII"( 1 .

Southern noon for College graduates Peabody of Florida College held at the Municipal Audi tine'-and-Iabor-'acing.? elortriral romiMiicnrPS mean better living .
Park at 10:45
torium in Bayfront .
for Teachers Music Teaches mill easier working.
Health. Physical Education Saturday Resolutions and recommendations Rely on elerlrieily. exeLisively lo do 1 ALL the| jol>-not merely .

and others.Recreation Instructors and were on the agenda at in thistime the : ; f \_ :j for lighting J! hut for the lug; tint'-aud-en'rgy continuing joli: like I
; One major change
Discussion groups of interest to resolutions included addition of I's f. I Refrigeration{ Cooking and Water lI..allll.IIHI thu. pain tin* .

the entire membership afternoon were included the clause endorsing continued I lovteM price ihrouph w i clpo1 l live of the bel method.IT .

in the Friday separation of church and state iM' lo it for
Topics discussed were: 1. ** uie i! lo ..,..C' electricity for guy job r IIM.
program. and that parochial and separate j
1 1. Child Growth and Develop schools should be financed entirely I. I more joh<* . and WIMM In n!.e it exclnsinJy for ALl. tin* )olr.. :

ment. by their own supporters. I-
2. Guidance in Our'Schools. Another resolution asked con .
3. The Junior High School. tinued appropriations for schoolsto -- : .
4. The Impact of Technological avoid the necessity of each

5.Development How We Educate in the Exceptional South I legislative with fund-raising session problems.The to struglge. II ftTT "C8! l fFHTff1 :

Children. group urged that the $2- II. GO ELECTRICITY

Mrs. Mildred Mead Ivins. of 400 minimum starting salary for 'I

the University of North Carolina beginning teachers with college does the job .
Extension Division spoke on degrees: be made statewide.It THE: :
"Child Growth and Develop- recommended defeat of a r : better and cheaperMODERN .

ment A Guide to Curriculum proposed amendment which ,

Development" She discussed the would take away from schools IIII Ire tho>> Home : /
children :
nature and characteristics of the one-half of the seventh cent ; WAY -
of successive age l level as a of gasoline tax. Such a move ; : :i' LIGHTING REFRIGERATION jI
means of helping analyze would take $3,500,000.00 away COOKING WATER HEATING
evaluate the activities of childrenin from the schools each year withMOTHER'S I : FOR HOME I LAUNDERING IRONING -

.Ivins their There are pursuits.many me-Dr. :i The MORE YOU USE, the LOWER t the PRICE CLEANING ENTERTAINMENT :
child's thods of learning teaching should fitted The \ DAY 1: COMMERCIAL I!

to Friday his needs.evening" at 5 o'clock sup-: is Sunday, May 9th ,,8. We Are Prepared To Furnish :: Ii I Ii
Cards 'Early!!!!
Classroom Select Your .
held i
pen were Clear, Pure CUBES or :
Principles and Norrro ;
Teacher. Elementary CiliMiii

dad at the.the The Florida Floridian Classroom Vocational Hotel.Teachersmet Miami Association CARDSR I: Thompson ::i! CITY ELECTRIC SYSTEMd" : ..

Beach with Mrs. Sarah Goodmanof .
Orlando. State President of (ICE DIVISION: ) : a

Classroom Teacher Preiiding. Roberts I SUPPLIES PHONE NO. 8 .

The Dr. lUniion speaker the supper was 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 .\l\\lWltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllillll\\ lllllr'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUl!: : = : ....eSS. .. ..Si ..SS'1 ... . .... .... .. . : '

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f'.I'' t SUBMARINE BASE IS .1 I1 >UN lt'FiCIAtELECTION' RETURNS{ ( From Page One) I Lights .,

i Ian. by four lo one. Returns earlr Cost $7 Month
-; 'f today from 776 of the state'I

;i : NOW NAVAL STATION i it : ..' nsT .DEMOCIL T.(; I'RIMAItYTUESDAY, MAY 4, 1918! I and 1.537 McClcllan precincts gave 36,026.J. Mayo. 144.062 t i It will cue UK rrttNy $7 alight

f 1 Ed Larson outdistanced R.T. a month fair the traffic
. . .I warning light W,w ptorvri at '
Carlisle for Treasurer 142,807
j UNDER ,NEW ORDERS j jI (CONTINUED' FROM'PAGE ONE) : I' to 37,523.R. Marathon htomrada and Tav-
I i .I r: .w. V.. W. (Dick) Ervin of Tallahas3cc '| enter, a.,14 to ward re 'PIV.
.. Q. Q. ,, :, ed ..... night at the ncrting of
t- \ y a.: sr tr'e and L. Grady Burton of Wau-
Natal Station Will lie fart' . ..
: a ( ..
b 'b ,' the Comtjr -
f : : b-"' b chula were assured positrons inj
:: ;: , eb: .4; 'y fCANDIDATES The offer of H. K Mart...
: i' i a runoff May 25, of a four-man j
Of UnilfMl Stair Navalna Navy Man\ Hurt 1 -- 3. g. ;- ., 2.--... ; ,.,,g.'h: vli .:yi.. ..h ;Campaign:; lorAttorney General ito i:, manager nf the tnrtda Kris
t ti -- n n- n.. .11- n -11 . ....n-. .' (12 succeed Tom Watson who ran I I Electric Cooperative Aamriatioji. ,
Florida '
II c, KryVt>i, As Car Upsets superiatendent" a: r I for Governor. of $7 a light a month wa arcrpted .
For County :
I Ervin topped the tabulations ; on motion of Cuminsase.seer
1 i i of Public Instruction in 761 precincts with 72,163 votes., :; W. A. Parrush.
The of the Navy has 1 John R. Jones a Navy sailor WILLARD M. ALBURY' 21:1: J31 131 212. {1I0;; : 26' 12' '979 followed by Burton with 60,289.1 j
i was injured at 430! a. m. today HORACE.O'BRYANT -_ 530 395; 331 516 263 53. 1i9 2247"P. Guy Crews of Jacksonville i i -
i \ directed that, effective June 1, when an automobile in which he i ,MELVIN'ERUSS. 1=LL- ; tin J65 u0 1'7' 71 : 36 45 735 with 39,841 and Hugh McArthurof !

: i 1948. the U. S. Naval Submarine was riding turned over a: it .. Tampa with 27019. These!I 21A
'I Base. Key West Florida be re- reached Roosevelt boulevard and i, r.Member School Board. '" v I returns came mostly from the I ;

I : \ designated as the U. S. Naval 5th street. according to a report '.'Second Ituri act .. big counties where voting machines :i .

", 3 I Station. Key West; Florida filed by Patrolman Eugene Her- GERALD H." ADAMS 290 236 212 :11 t2iIJ) :62' 00 1529 are used. {I ------ ,

' 3i i The Naval Station will he a nandez. 1 ALLAN 'L. HAMPTON 202 .200 155 271 !91 2-1. 6-1 1010 Clarence Gay held a 17,090 l lead I I Son to Cam t
component of the U. S. Naval The driver of the car was an-' over two opponents for Comp- j I '
(, Base. Key West Florida, as the? other Navy sailor, James A. Mudd j For, Member School Board. - troller. Gay was appointed to!I Mr. and Mrs. Steooea W ('-IT.
I has been since 1941 The . Caldwell 117 Duval street are the ,prod!
Submarine Base who was driving a car. Fourth District i the post by Governor I
its establishment It will be under : machine leaped over the curbing : CAP Wlrcpboto) JULIO CABANAS, JR. 573 247', 177 41 '154' 37 102 1716 in 1946 when Comptroller J. hi.I i i parents of a bay born at 7..

the management control of and tore three palm trees down .ISADORE WEINTRAUB __ . 263 232 176 257 153 16 42 1196 Lee died. I yesterday morning weighingnine
\ I I' JESSE CLIMENKO (abOye). in 752 Gay. pound, one' oz. in the Key
the Chief of Naval Operations as before it overturned.The The vote precincts:
exercised' by the Commandant, special assistant U. S. attorney For M.mber School Board. . 114,425; Senator Ed Fraser of West Municipal HoprtaL

Seventh Naval District As a : custom of wearing "mour- generals-was ordered to stop Fifth District I Macclenny 72.742 and H. A. Lee I
Submarine Base this control has : ning" rings .particularly in mem- argument by Chief Justice;'Fred EDDIE SWEETING 17t 133 116 1M 132 25 197 992 I of Gainesville 25304. If Gay I I'II Boy to Griffins l

I been exercised through the Commandrr. 'I ory of dead soveriegns. reached M. Vinson during a flare-up in LILLIAN TINGLER: __ 120 127 91 170 1J3; i. 116 53 817 'II' holds the lead he will win nom- : Mr. and Mr*. +nhn Griffin Mt

Submarine Force, U. S. popularity in the fourteenth, cen- the Supreme Court at Washington. ination for a four-year term I Division street annuunrt the

Atlantic Fleet The high tribunal' ,was For Justice of th.' Peace. 'Wi. .{t- ,;" ,:. without a run-off primary. I birth of a am at .M Monday
The command of the activity hearing oral arguments on/the: Tint District A run-off appeared likely be-I weighing. five ...-... fifteen j,

will continue under a commandIng \I desired to particularly assure CIO's. test case of the Taft- IRA F. ALBURY _ ,. 376 342:>> 72:1: tween Thomas D. Bailey of ounce*, in the Key West Municipal '!

officer whose official title will \ civilian employes that no change Hartley law in connection'with PAUL BOYSEN '-:0- _ __ 206 70 276 pa and Robert Dolley of Miami I Hospital.
be The Commanding Officer U.S. : in their status is implied by this for Superintendent of Public Instruction I'!
the act's ban IpeuciDg'money
Naval) Station. All naval person- j redesignation of the activity'stitle. on for For Constable. Tint DiStrict to succeed Colin English Apply To WedAn
unions political
ncl attached to the Submarine Any rumor to the effect by RA ULA.. CARBONELL ._ 130 79 ; 201';) who ran for Governor. j!
purposes. The CIO's attorney': CARL J. INGRAHAM' __ 110 91 " 201 leading with 87.967 i I
Base will continue on presently that reduction in employment are n' ,: Bailey was
assigned duties in the organization indicated are wholly groundless.The I Lee Pressman also was halted HARRY 11. JOHNSONv ,' 316 200 __ .', 516 votes in 723 precincts, followed i i appleation tic a maniagrlict i .;
of the Naval Station. No'' Navy Commissary Store by Vinson. who told both-men I C. (FLONEY) PEWCIER 106 117 223 by Dolley with 57,223. and Rob- j nee was filed yesterday in the
I office of County Jndnr Ra mend
chance in allowance of officer or will be redesignated as the U. S. "your time has expired." BENJAMIN J.(BENNIE)PIERCE 77 12., 89 ert Marshall of Jacksonville with{i R. Land by Albert. Flynn.> 14.

enlisted 1 personnel is expected Navy Commissary Store. Naval .i I BERNARD IL.WAITS _ 126 99 . 25 41123. !'t of the U.s. Navy and Stella M. I
nor U any change in the policyof Station Key West. Florida and CITY AND COUNTY\ I Richard Mack of Coral Gables I
44, of 3fDf
Beaney, I For'?ustic. of, the Peace held a 22,000 vote lead over for. I f
i detailing officers particularqualifications the Advanced Undersea WeaponsSchool (Continued From Page -One) ',.. .
anticipated. will be redesignated U. S. lect representatives to attend Friday's _ Second District: ; t .," mer Congressman R. A. (Lex) j
of Naval School Advanced Undersea MYRTLAND CATES 2GQ 329:) I 150 739! Green for Railroad Commission
The mission the activity essentially meeting. '1
Weapons Naval Station. Key 'I ROY HAMLL'l ,_ 361 271 133 765 er. The vote from 633 precincts! Circuit Grow* one with 2:1.: "
will remain' unchanged .
Representingthe city wbe\. and vote, closely Meowed. by the in
showed Mack with 93.767
civilian We t. Florida. Each of these ac- EUGENE (COFfEE) SANcHEZ 191 126 32 : 352
!'. and no change in personncl .
i. Commissioner .
City Fred .Dion cumbent. with
Green with 71.764. j I
56 53
tivities will continue under an SAMUEL R. 66 '
employment, occupationor
and City Commissioner. Hunter Grc"n was an unsuccessful 22.341: Robert H. Given*. Ji rereived -
.administration is indicated. It* officer-in-charge. Harden and City Manager RalphD. s.... and John D ....r"h
i 1 For Constabl. Sec'oact District ., ; I candidate for Governor in 1944. j;
; Spalding ..:: JOSE F.sPINOSN' 116 393 1109 and fnr United States Senator in j i I 5JW. limn and WiHurm will

REUNITED: ; AFTER il I E'EAN TRIPS Representing the countyvilf be CHARLES G. PAPr 232 409:) 641 1946. Mack was appointed! to the lie in the run-off pi imai. % May

County Commissioners W. A.iI t railn\-ul commission last year by 25
Parrish and Clarence I[jg ;. They I Govr'.nor Caldwell when W. B.. ---- --- -

were apointed at' last night's Fern ChapterToniht Dour!=rr.> died.
meeting of the 'commission- by I Harris School To Hold) ; Secretary of State R. A. Giav;

s Chairman Frank Bentlcy. . 1' ('els was renominated without oppo Let Us Help You
sition. And his did not
"Key West and Monroe County name appear -
has had a lot of nasty publicity \i i May Day On Thursday Fern Chapter 21 of the Orderof : ( on the primary ballot.
psi having to do with the situation I', the Eastern Star has called a Aquilino for Circuit Lopez..Jr.. was Eleventh huh Plan Your Floors
as it exists here today and I meeting of the Officers Club for man
think that we should have si me ORNALDO LOPEJO: -* 8 o'clock tonight at the home oi Judicial Circuit. Group one. wIth Frey fima': CVirrn

a f k, representatives at the. Legion I 1 Mrs. Donald Myers, 624 A ho 25,630 votes, followed by Joseph .AsphAlt Tile

..y t meeting," said Bentley lasnight.. ANN MULLINS" WILL' Award Contracts street it was announced t"dayl Otto 9.390; John H. Yate 13.544. Rubber Tile
Lopez won the nomination with-
wx .Cork TitoPlastic
The law enforcement of l y Mrs. Edwina Warren, president -
Arthur ,Post _has group'been I HE.; KING" yUEEN] I OF I of the out need of a run-off primary. Floor THe
Sawyer: 1 For 2 Roadw' i group..r.iS William A. ilrnn l ld for Cur- Plastic Wall Tile ti
aroused to action by the .recent FESTIVAL !, }., } ..Y rs i iCuntra"ts cult Judge Eleventh Judicial I i I .Bro* burglary its. Home on $S6ck| l' . 1 i .\'''YtR.sI-: )TrS'VOf< I .
'" I Wool Rug
v <<< ? '1'
', Island. The steward, .' construction Continued From One)
; was boutidand for the ( ( Page
I I Harris School May Day festival I Iwilltako I .Acoustic: Ceiling
.A"' ; ,,""" tied and the* Home lost :$50; () of roads at'Tavernier..and"opBit; M. Albury and 735 for Melvin E Electrical .Hardwood
tI place;tomorrow afternoon AppliancesNesco Flooring
I '
I and two
from the cash register RuiSclL
awarded the Formisa for Sinks.
Key to
I Coppitt were
were'stolcn.. *Thc at five on the grounds of of school board
I slot machines For member the ElectricIIOASTiR
low bidders last night at the Counters. Tables
A ] ;
; thieves got $200 from -the pock- .l I the Harris1 School.. 'the King And meeting; of the Monroe County for the second di;trio. Gerald ; . .sis.9.Aiilumalir : .> Floor Sanding and
of the steward.- .,* : : Queen from Mrs. Mary ElyVclass ., Commission. Adams won with 1529 votes to Ref 1 shiD9S
former are Ornaklo.! L/jpcz 6nd j I 1010 cast for Allan L. HamptonIn T."h.r.f
Wilson Jolly, cily. patrolman I! Low bid of Albnzo Cothron ,fof
I :> Jo-Ann Mullins. "* j, the fourth district school 81 U.Cj and S22.OU() )
f was- arrested_ in !: $1.39! a square yard for building: Modem floors & lite;
". : sr connection with the burglary. He Attendants arc Roberta Ilumex :, roadways 1,000 feet long and 16 board fight Julio Cabanas, Jr.. Motorola Home and Car
after an Ronald Woodbury, Jody '' won with 1716 votes? to 1196:) cast '
j I was yesterday feet wide at Tavernier was RADIOSTROPICAL
Goodwin Robt Wallace. for Isadore Weintraub. L. GATES
unidentified person posted -$S 000 awarded Cothron on mot.ion.
I ash bond for him at County Creel, Tommy Archer, Peggy i I Commissioner W. A. Parrish. Eddie Swc tin:: won over Lil- I TRADER Flooring Contractor;

M ,I Tail.i! McCrea, Richard Salgado Marilyn lof 1 The only other bid for the roadways lian Tinglcr: by a vote of 992 to 1434 VIRGINIA STREET
Dolores''' 817 for member of the school 718 Duval St Phone 1000
i Adams Joe Piaeda .
brother. Frank was from Carmichacl &. PHONE 1S99
Wilson Jolly, his
; board of the fifth district.
folly. Hector Castro and Frank I Libes, and Robt:Muse. I I McLaughlin Inc., who bid S2.25., ...",- y-
For justice of the in the
I Flower girls are Sybil Key. peace I -
oatrol- a yard, considerably more'
'td CurrY aUo former Htv square
i first Ira
district Albury won
Btenda Gates, Sandra Brewer than Cothron. ,,
and Samuel Bath, former'sheriff's I '
men Coralee Knowles. Jane Wecch wcre'I with 728 as against Boysen with
I I deputy, were also 'arrested II Charles Toppino & Sons 276. For justice of the peace
p.. in connection with 'the and Diana Jenkins. I II j I the low bidders for construction
second district Roy Hamlin wont
The Crown Bearer is Kenneth
I of road about 1.600 feet Ions
of six slot machines from a ll
theft close battle with Myrtland
a. .,: I I Wallace. I!: on Big Coppitt Key and that ;
,.L. fit.t... ,. the Elks Club. The program will include a firm was awarded the contract. ';,, Cates by 765 to 739.
The men are scheduled to go to I Has- For constable in the first district I''
health drill by Charlotte I
I ECCIC. a brown pooch from Korea is reunited at Charleston. trial next Tuesday in CrimJnal,I kins' 5 A class. I I Toppino for the 12-foot bid $1.85 roadway.a square yard ';i Harry Johnson emerged::: victor -3 >t
I S. C. with his mistress. Mrs. J. L. Davis after the dog crossed Court before Judge-Thomas S. :' with 516 votes over five op

the Pacific three times before the reunion was accomplished.I Caro and a jury. This afternoon :direction! . .J'I Cothron bid $1.89 A square ,, ponents.In .
for the road.
I Davises acquired Eggie in 1945 when Lt. Davis was stationed County Solicitor Allan B. Clears, I E. Strieker. Mrs. Thelrna WalkinI yard same j Ii i the second district in the

in Korea. The dog arrived in this country with the Jr., is holding a conference with will feature singing games and i i fight: for constable Espinosa. the ,

Devises but was sent back because of customs restrictions against witnesses in the cases. I a rainbow drill. J' I The Weather i incumbent beat Charles Pap:
B class by a vote of 1109 to 641.
Mrs. 1 M. Meadows' a I II
foreign animals. A series of cables cleared the way and the dog
The United States had about!I will have a Mexican and a Health i
made his third crossing to return to the U.S. Shortly Eggie will
affiliated -
1.400 schools of nursing not from
The word "free comes
fly to Fort SilL Okla. with Mrs. Davis 1 I FORECAST !i i .
to join the lieutenant at with colleges and universities Drill.Mrs.. Riplcy's 3 A will dance the the Anglo-Saxon "freo.: meaning -
his new post. in 1940. I I Virginia Reel. Key West and Vicinity: Partly : "not in bondage.: ]

t -_ - I The fourth grade classes of cloudy this afternoon tonight
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T: ,.. I Mrs. Albury, Mrs. John Mrs. and Thursday. Gentle to moder- WE REPAIR WRECKS

INVASION OF HOLY LAND REPORTED J Jr I Stcnsland and Mrs. Brenhan ate winds mostly southeasterly.

--"r< - T' -=- will have a Wreath and a DiimI Florida: Considerable cloudi- YES We Have III!
i :. .. : I I I Mfi. Owens music teacher I ness with few showers and thun- ,

r i '; ';; { <; I i bell Drill. derstorms over extreme north COLORED TAPES
= portion: otherwise cloudy
/ if y'r:? r. I will entertain with music and I partly i
::1 I dance drill today. tonight; and Thursday. Lit and CORDJur
4 v I Mrs. Chandler's 6 B will have tic change:::: in temperature. ;
I I a Flower Dance: Fast Gulf of Mexico and Jack- Your

,. ,.,' Marie Haskins and Mrs. Hud- I sonville Through the Florida VENETIAN: KLIiNOS)

, .'. I d lest on, teachers of the second Straits: Gentle to moderate
a j grade, will direct the winding; of winds, southeast to southerlyover to Match Any Color Scheme!!

.,i H'1 1 II the May Pole.Destroy'. mutt portion and south to .,i, A'o Increase in I'rirr il i
southwesterly north
1! :'f .. ; over por- PAINTING y
: t - .' '" .. <. "._>" '41:,,;..<<,4If! tion today, tonight; and Thurs- TAPING
1 I '>" I Here, day. Few showers over extreme RE CORDING I II
<< north portion. otherwise partly
, .. I Another cloudy weather. ::1 w,.
1s 1- : On-Way Jacksonville. to Apalachicola,
a :.-r,.. No small craft or storm warnings KEY WEST I Thi. I:. How It LookedVIirn \\ a (,ot It|| I

"1J i USS Boric. a destroyer, arrived have been issued."Jewhillikens". VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY

..(, i at Key West Naval Base this I I 1 123 DUVAL STREET <:$
'1$ 1 morning after a trip from New is a onetime I

,1I I' Orleans. La. She will remain Western expression of surprise. ', r'e I Ii
here: for several days undergoing a.:
I the training program; i
Comdr. C. A. Bolan command
,j i the Borie.I I ,
I USS Hank, another destroyer.
Located in the Heart of the
likewise hailing from New Orleans City
i I ii expected to arrive here RATES Unf\HfC WRITE or WIRE

i late today.Thirtyseven. REASONABLE lAUUill for RESERVATIONS

1 I with BATH and TELEPHONEFord 1 y I II
I years: before thp! I H I

: Pilgrims landed at Plymouth tiJ . I
."" Pershing cr . _
I flock, a white man named Antonio ,
.- \' i Espejo found silver ore ;in i iI This h, Ho It Looked titer
:.c 'p' I Holel Hotel !Hotel Vie Repaired. ! !
what is now Arizona, marking
'-. ,tl11; i 60 N.C. 3rd St. 226 N.E. Itt Ave.
; the first mineral discovery in the I III 2M ]{E..llt An. ----- --
80 Rooms 100 Rooms
territory. 80 Rooms
CAP Wlrepnoto> i Elevator Elevator LET US GIVE YOU AN
THE JEWISH MILITIA REPORTED the Arab States long anticipated invasion of Palestine has II American institutions of higher: I Solarium Heated

gotten underway. Arab sources in Cairo report that the Egyptian army is crossing into Pales education spent $606 million for' 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION I Ii on Repairing and Painting Your Car

t tine. These are member of an Egyptian tank carps equipped with light fast tanks. educational purposes in 1940. ,i





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