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 6, 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 ( Place of Publication )


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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WrAH HC"'.... MayThe -" 'SCIIOOLUOnOVE} IS
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...... ... .I..aim'n4IIIt.l .. the Board; LOST TO 1'IUI I OK :2MOKTIIS ; .
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.4 .M' .. m. SmMMn k try me tooperator Meeting : INJURYMembers MEN SENT HERE. were an eaisif early I today h,
..... tedh the .......,. aS. city poiMviMvi and .totar Uk. rn 'I.. i
Check VotesMonroe of high school and County Jail where they will .K.'
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5.4 Il.e t.i mpw+1fMoW' $ Bolilu umbers Arc 1'40'1-
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classes interested arrMnnrd.
college graduating :
.MMw.a.w ........ the strike i' ;,$ i The swlora 0
..... ...... ...t at TtM.rtar of next County s Board of Can- being in asked securing to register employment with are the ,\P "but". f Irtttn; All Gambling Consumption Of selves as L. F ..MaMd..... jMd. W than.4li I ,
..... vaMers will meet tomorrow afternoon Key West office of the Florida I B. Hembree They were tfc-ii:...I*
TM ......wlvanM itailri.rdaM to*canvass: the votes cast in State Employment Service.. Jeff SENATOR GLEN TAYLOR of |daho. vice presidential candidate Places Reported{ Closed by the police with. ..,.....1.-.t
Ita 119yea, e.eph Tres to. TUCM! >". primary election Circuit ; H. Knight Jr. manager of the on Henry Wallace's third party ticket. broadcasts at a radio Liquor In Cabs assault upon PuibU and w>n.
thvft.I H ttte stake c-'S' Court Clerk Ross C Sawyer. local office said today station in Birmi 1gham. Ala. titer his arrest. He was taken TightlyAll I intent to commit mr4n ant l ,
N.r..M&. r .s4MdUkd. that all em- announced today 1 Knight said that the Employ- : into custody by police as he entered: a meeting of the Southern ; Is Prohibited highway robbetji
pf..vM taearM t. drMhariedf1. The Board of Canvassers is' ment Service here and throughout Negro Youth Congress. Police Chief Floyd Eddins! said Taylor gambling was reported At 1.05 a. m. a WIMIMJI v h.
... have rutnpoi>ed trf John England. su- stopped in Key West today because lives, at 2Mi Pattenm
*Mir Baffin raruad* the state had geared their peace avr tn.'
with breath of the for violating
......... ........... th'r ""plo'ft'ILk pervuor of reparation: County activities to assisting students in' was charged a Birmingham I! so the story goes there C'lly Manager Ralph D. Spalding called PatrotHMfi Biyeiie .l4eti.n
"rr...d. rrrtam today that Judge Raymond R. Lord and deciding what type jobs they segregation law by attempting to enter the meeting in a are two or three inspectors representing announced today that an Or- des and told .him tfcat i1e. noki!
...... ...... r...leuw''rf. "WTTT will- Chairman Frank Bentley of the were interested in. what they church through an entrance designated for Negroes. Eddins said : the state here investigating dinance prohibiting consumption see from tfce nni. at her h .. ..
fitll Ie hssiiw rice a .little. but Monroe County Commission.In i, were qualified to do. and referring the senator was requested to use the entrance for white people. the local situation (Continued On Page Five) two men bgalinn MtwHiw '..a,.
......Iw.r ...... ty .hew. far they yesterday's t Citizen it was them to such a job. Of spec- but refused. Bolita players who laid moneyon ': She said they WW'e m a rai.t.
wwM. ga II' 11wIr raprosaise. announced that Roy Hamlin "wona ial assistance to new entrants to - __ H' .__ their numbers yesterday were Doric Departs Fifth street aM HiiiiiH .b>...k-
......... MM simile H cliiac battle with M>'rtlandCate the labor market are the various informed last night that the num- vard."Let's. I
the date act by 762 to 739", This was her wouldn't be drawn a* usual ....."
T--' May I U kinds of tests in the general aptitude Commission To I Firemen' Answer kill Uw wmiMn !
lw te+rtlwttah in trf wtk, At that ubvUK.; oly! wrong. fur C teii and test battery () Maqy of them were sorely disap- Hanks RemainsUSS said she 'hewed one wf" Ur. tvtn
....... .*...M the lAnke tie .in efIn (Continued On Page Five) Employment Service personnel pointed. state. They ate ;mil diivin i *.
*. Many nttor t,",-ttea would trained in counseling. help -:students Pass On Ferry; Two Fire AlarmsAn None of the city's :gambling Bone a destroyer which north in tHe btn J"..4."
hr M* ,,nilrrt, a* to .hMtly forte evaluate their interests and rooms were opened last night arrived here a few days ago Hernandez noUftsd. ....... p-'
$74$) A aptitudes in terms of current job Today in Washington: the Maritime overheated hot water heatre They were tightly: closed and the undergoing: a .training cruIk left freemen to be on the ......... i I..
em-1w. It) MONTH openings. Commission is scheduled to caused a small fire in Charlie's members of the Gambling fraternity this morning for New Orleans. the car she ..... sew said. 1
t Youth s-cekina: jobs throughthe make a final I decision: on whetheror Poultry Shop 901 Simonton enjoyed a holiday. The USS Hnks another destroyer it had a maroon punt job Y'';
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_.....-t ....... is I. .. % \|larl..1 Employment Service have a not t.t insuie the financing sli 9:45: a. m today City "The :gamblers are definitely is remaining; in Key West for tern minutes iatrr Patrulnwri ';
Lord Beach Court wide range of job openings, as necessary to complete a ferry th<* firemen quickly put he ire out. (Continued On Page! Six) several day also undergoing: Perez saw the cab and Ifnll". ."
TWINS GARAGE j not only arc job openings in the Gulf Atlanta Tiansportatiort: At 7 p m. last night: firemen training (Continued OnThank Page 1'1./
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......_ a... r.... I.1 ell ..*.. ALL AIRLINES -; THANKS ,A. You! :
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thanks for your vote .10 '7....
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-*,:.- Palace Theater !! again.(Signed THANK) YOU" )

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!! Newly Enlarged Kress Store Will Open for Business Soon ./

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aim Tu.-d y. i I II mrrfii* li, in or'nip it luiililiiifc; tiusurlxtsrrd/ ill its /i>M, ruin/ l/if.i; lI' is just being com- /. :. f

c..IcIean!shall tr try hays to placed merit the in pl.lrrl/ trill// add/ inuleriully In liar a/i/ "/'/'//i? a",,'..r..1 /v,.j ,JfVif.Tin 1 1. i. r

sore. story is being; winij>iirtl uillt air; r O'nnlili;
joi: ,\rn v; fII./or' ami rrd,.... 1i :

i rest rungs fr girl's; lounge, fllrffri"ly f uruish.'rl 1.r frlr..u,1inn. i+r ,.r.I'i,1' fur the :Hll,. ;irls.e 1 \ P :..

I 1.uo iff fire i. r/ff////p( rill eiery ntntlern cinncnii-nif fur the cjfiiirnl lidiuUins of clerin al ..

irorA, sit that I/IP large tnmmnt <./ detail 'rc escnlial; in this' !//'( ,./ bnniuvx 'fll' 6p humllvtl irithonl'any .1 :
FOR SALE I / : ,
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t j In liar lnnning III prprv iniliiitlnuliitfop ,./ /Iris Innltliny; llimM rp/""*'sp,,|p,/ or"r 52 jvnra :
IV17, Tudor Sedan !ji /
I i ill pjr/M/ >ripiirp ill buililing illllr"I'f"'Ii'ffn's' In .tcrip iniU'nmt "I Ar,-.".., evil/.mgrs. 1 --4-- .4. e.

I'JII' Ford Coupe !i:t The rcserre Klnchrnnm in futinl nf pr/fif/wip/if. is I'tjnal lit tin nlvrnnm in IIirili ,' ,'''IIII,1''IICSS t ....
Cmcelleat: Coodito. |I ir/iir/i ifirn been ir r/.p + a.
Monroe Motors i-c.:a incoming shipments; lire received insure I/IP close /rji/ plioii 01 all iiierchunilisr before il Mprrff ..

;I .. the/ Friends
// to iniblic.Visit All 3
lour rirml/y/ f'r,l Dealer, \ My Loyal

-I II II This New, Modem Kress Store at [the Throughout Florida( ;

Mv, Most 1 1 I Informal[ Opening To Be Held On Saturday, I la.Iii My 11IfS,5in'I'; Thfinksinr 3.

Sincere: Thanks i! lour Iet.ted) toil Sl'irilt'll' :

May 8th, at 6:00: to() 9:00: P.M. I; :. :1I1'lmrt ltae 'nahl.,1 lu l 3
air Marc in II.." Srroml (Klin* .
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.'..d....* lo the auay friend. Ia urn I IViinarj.illi :.

... .la will the-..locUaa...." who..Mipporttdme May 4th Il I/IM limn uo merchandise rill be inlil" bnl it rill/ jimriile an opportunity.r our fringingo -' \\' urn :",ul'lmrl l | from all( :

.a4 aUo ,... co.i4erato aches of nail IM "...1/ /lust .ipr mer stew slur(. >lr rp rill// /P "/'ell fur business .Monday..May lOtli, at *) A.l.' l: :",iilc9 mill with jour ronliimcilH ;
the! voter who. MW fit to help i s | -||p ;nui that of our fri'-n.Ntiinl ;

-y oppoaea.U.My . a. uri Iil....,-, "t- will win the.
campalta ,U the! coatiag. .. noniiiialioii, in the VTOIK! (Hun 3
Second Primary will ,..Ua". to .''y a.
ufO) I'riui.irN.FULLER .
bo without pr.ludiee.flerliui )

A. Sawyer. "' I ". ;: WARREN ] 1

(:aladiIdir for hrriff: ,
a. All-Florida's Candidate( for Governor *I I Ipullt

t : to tai 10.- .,tVOTERS > .. 3 : I
a. I'aitinIIi i .c III"rot P.O' Fi by Futn'li < { FSUPPORTJOHN \: WennJ II I

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..""..... 1i17 Eapt ..lIday. by Radio Pirograjns -1 H:' ,TODAY'S. .. ** T rj- I D
inci)1.icy' I \
._ P. ARTA Owqv aRd rvub.r'oA With Key 'Vesters 'on tiptoe! for the : tnER FW'flOtwAwF. --, DY BUSSSttr KAY
Know America) !
Ik AMTMA*. .. !- )IaRgeFr !*T%TtTKJ (
Tb. C tl... InUdIflg second primary,. with their, first interestin !iDaytime OTICE IS HEREBY GIthat I 174S (200 ago) Peleg I The policy ol'the present State ,IRoad'Board I I counties and supply the Slate
c.ra_ Or.s_ *" AM Su..t. the underpinned desiring to encage years plan- [ with a priority hit of _
0a1S' Itlir J ..apapeor l. Key West and the race for sheriff, though a hard fight Summary''l'. In business: Aider the fictitious! Wadswortb. Revolutionary general -] in' long range j'f construction jobs they the* OHiMyt "*me of -I _p Anchor Restaurant" I.. Maine wnose rung with the'welfare of the state i
will occur here between Fuller Warren congressman 1'the most needed with

,ter.d at Key W..t. Florida. a. _i>d class matter and Dan llcCartsupporters, it is hardto I are Mlccttd broadcast prvgrama at the tame a. listed trnia below M.. .. I I Marathon said fNUtioua Florida. Intend name with to" register the- i'j,i, daughter became the mother of as commendable a whole its first and considerationis if continuedit dations as to which of those IfeteA

day through Friday. Eastern local I I clerk of the Circuit Court of Monroe Henry Wadsworth Longfellow I is first
1110:wni:. or TIIH A %4>CIATl.I) I-RE* enlist the interest residents in almost time. For central subtract on. hour I County Florida i inated Mass. Died will eventually give Florida a. should .
t4 Pr. ,. .eselualyel l entitled* to .. I bornin Duxbury makes it
Tb AM i* for mountain oubtract two hour. Max 3 I to none and This policy i'mprjiia
of all news dUpalehea credited ', I Nov. 12 1829.1816Richard. road system second : ,
*p. for r prod elU. any other thing.However CAROLYN ( BRIEIHAIf the several
... It or _t .lh.rwU credited In Ibis paper and I.- K.ANK s. BRHIHAll: i insure the taxpayers the maximum that county boarafe M
.a.. th* tr4 _w. .*...U.1oed her. The Citizen feels it should MAY 3 THROUGH.MAY 7.Moriag mayC-13-II-.1. I Lcy Woot n. return on their investment. : together and iron out their ow*

'S. Tear _.m-..-ciiirrio\....... -.---.HATES ...... point out that a winter resort, as Key, ':00-Honeymoon In K. '" I\ THE rlRTI ITOI.RT, 4kP TIIKRLKtRNTH :;.frontiersman or Colorado, trapper born, in pioneerSettler Meck The present what board be has demon-i'1 f differences the State Board so that will their be"ppfaj-OH*,.

-I2 )14.atS ___..------_ _ _ _ 1.00 West has come to be, does not sit down Breakfast ehibabeI1SOkhon T.-abS "1'1)1'"' \L CIRCIUTill lenburg County Va. Died Aug. strated can <>l mous as to their particular: )
rb,_ M.tbs ....----- -.- _.- _ _ Lit TIlE MT%TK 4P I- ., when commissioners1 I >
b ... .. .-'-- --...... 10. and keep its hands folded during the re4 aOtmdipcbs: .ti> PUROKOH - Ozark \
:.t&a-: :: ::.. U alley Folka-mb* I I
l\ C'H'"CF.III' [ 1829-Phoebe Ann C. Hana- rather i iI While the State Board is
state I art
10.00 Fred the entire
mainder of the Warinr Show-oka .-a.. %.. 11.37 I I'J1JgJ.U'.E'l needs of
tr.RT1MU; HATt year. w1'kMeIe' : ,For.Xm-cbu.J..... ,. !' : l'I))'" '.: ford, eecendt obher''or.1 the needs of their own individual [obliged to f How these county re.i .

>>*4. HaowB ... AgjiIlcat.R That old saying, "In times of peacei! My Story Drama- ,ba lUintlffTH. 1 I', dained a Universalist preacher. : I i commendation*, it usually
aPF.CUL \OTICK prepare for war," may be paraphrased to 10 JO-Half Hour Hour.f 8 of rlal Serial-nbo*-cba BETTT LOl'ISB. MIT\ "'\ORr& '!I author born in Nantucket Mass. 'I'I'I I districts.This sensible policy has resulted I so. provided such recommefidfttions <
All ... .* ...le... ...,.. or U...... revolutions Say It With l1ualo-lDb. ItefeOF ''daM. I Died June 2, 1921.I83OAbraham. in the elimination of much j jI :!; fit in intelligently with &..
.f ,_p e.. nwltMry _l.ce.. poem .te, wilt berv.d read aptly, "In times of off season prepare! 110 Arthur Godfrey Show-cba.: ORDER PFItLiCIi0'.. iamed. the j!I overall needs of the state
.... f at !.. rat. .( I* re.ta a !!... '. Breakfaat U HoIl"woo4be TO: : : : -- -acOOi. ] waste and effort. It prevents as ,
N.tl4. fr' ..t.rt l....t tr cb. >rcb.a from which for the, winter. 1I:3O-Ben Alexander Show-mba Betty Ix>uu ( Mud.f j longtime New York physician. construction of dead-end roads I'whole and with the needs of at

a r....... I. I. !.. ..r..,'-4 ar. I .*.t. w tin*. l1:45-Serlala J, brs. "*' 11 Fo<.ab..nta. *t.. . born ;I few joining counties.
The caU... la a. .P.BJ r..MI.. aa4 Invites diee. In such winter resorts as Miami and -i -ct: >> Alexander Park.rortsmouth. mate of a famed.physician. GO common in the state a

..... .f .......* !a.._ sad avbjet of local or St::: Petersburg tourists Aft...... > Virginia.' |I in Germany. Died July 10. 1919. years ago and has given. Florida || This cooperative policy has .._ will p.iJsah as soon as leave at'the H 0\ harmony and undent
r. bet U a..aywoua
.IerCo You the | veloped
UOO-Welcom. Traveler. .. are hereby required to Samuel L J. Schere- of the best records in ,
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t. the Bill for Invorce .
end Kat. the state
of. the season, civic bodies begin Smith, Speaksmba1230Word aicalst pear you in the above .. )ap-I: schewsky. Episcopal missionary- country in the construction of ding between and CWB-
and Wua'-Dbo' enables
raure on or before the 7th day translator of roads at minimum cost. ty boards and all mfcp.i .
immediately to arrange for activities designed IJaily Band C4>nc.n-.ube : bishop in China, good
June. A n 1548. oherwite the ..n.I Jewish' board made up i I i ests to work together efficient)
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Mute I
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Halt Hoursbq1l1tTh. Bible into Chinese son The present
to bring back visitors who had June. A n. 1545 otherwise the alle.irationsi :: effectively for the
1 have traveled and weHm
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Happy Cang-mba contained therein will betaken parents born in Lithuania. Died of men who for years :
been there and attract others who had 2:00 Four Hours of Serial*-lIh an confeed I'I Oct. 15, 1906. : highways of the state, not i;. of not only the particular court?
Queen for a Da-mk CiNK AM ORDKRKH' at Key involved but f
districts : district for th
1 famed particular or *
elsewhere. 1856-Robert E. Peary only their own
gone All summer long cham- Z:30-BrWo and Groom-ate \\ Fi.rida. thin ilh tar of MayA in : '
Mania l,. 1545.4t'IRCLlT. to reach the but statewide from Pensa- state as a whole.
I. More Hotel and Apartments. Block Record mba Arctic explorer, first I
bers of commerce and other civic bodies S COCRT SEAL) I II'k this |[ Up until a short time ago I hat
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. :00-Double or Nothing: >. North Pole born at Creston, cola to Key West. and is
join in movements to publicize their citiesas tAdies Be Seated *bo C" sawyer, for their abilityto ; no knowledge of how the State
3. Airports-Land and Sea. I:30-Tho House of Cirrult Court Pa Died Feb 20. 1920. probably reason
Paul Wbiteman P.rt-cI: By: winter resorts.Undoubtedly Records-ab.
4. Consolidation of County and I>..Lonlf..rth.1 '' learned of
I it from
:00-Hint Hunt Quiz-cbs -,.. Enrique F-"IJ1oinald.l Jr. a whole in mapping a long range gram. n,
City Governments our Chamber of Commerce 4:30-Winter Take All-cbs ? .ttlorney for TUIntiffXoriCF. improvement program. friend Courtney Campbell. c...

ft. Community Auditorium. is keenly alive to this necessity in Treasury Band :btanj: ba may'-U-O-7.UU. I I I.' Early in its administration the ,;, missioner of the First Dntncl
(;00-To B. Announced- a
KKldica Hourwe.. board established 'a practice ,,
t building up Key West as a winter resort. br. I I H SR5TO I
Jater-abc and mba TO HIUITORml ILL WHOM JT MAY CON- I.calling on the commissioners of,:, of other folks were uninformai
We had our greatest number of tourists t:45-Lum and Aboer-cb >"ast >1\THE,%'DFOtt t.'OI."T'.1 1IU"4110.lUJtr-H("OI.rOI\ RT I II CKRN; Notice- given that in...nat the. each county in the state to give ,| on the subject so decided to brit f

MONOGRAPH last season, and we would have had many r I FLOHIU1. IN PKOKVTK. T'.1 I liquidation the business oft known my. fUber'aj "RAILS: 'thoughtful consideration to the : to public attention through tha
In Estate of
re !
B\R" I located at 42 SmlIha Lane needs of their respective column.
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had been in to CARRIE OLM&TED.T with alttuck,11nlrade. ---- - ---
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more we a providemore Key West, Floridaalong -- - - -- - --- -
Tn the Elector: NETWORK PROGRAMS !. teeeased. I .. furniture and fise,5i.so4 ---
:, all creditor and all
housingaccommodations.. ; v persona .. license and ,,
election is Eastern Local Tim. For Central baying claims or demandsagainst t will -- -
One of the over. Mile -
phase for
Day after day Key West is preparing subtract on. hour for mountain the estateof Came "IttO; I I I. .....;id, are Invited tocommunicate where I sit Joe Marsh
Now the finals and the real heartbreaks subtract two. Hours. Some I loeftr.sta I dereaxed late of the ( of Key undIKIt-1 i : Rom fy ,
come to entertain a larger number of tourists. tins change hour et relay' to fit \>e..t. ;Monroe County' State of wltb'the": JulIus; F.
local schedules. Last minute (program l Florida or with his attorney..
for the survivors.TIlE More buildings are being constructed now changes cannot be" You.andeachof vou.areherebv no- J I' be hton to*;the'Jr.hlKheHt Naturally and, best the cash sale bidder will- i -
ORACLE.MOTHER'S Ii led and renuired to file all claimsor

than ever before in the city's history, excepting THURSDAY, MAY 6 r I I you.demands ray have which against you the or either estate of ofCarrie I' and of will the be County subject Judge to the CourtiwU approval -. "What's Your Opinion,

the Raul Pel' '. Jr.
governmental building during f L- Olm..t'd. .dorea.ed. late
Iv.siag1:00News : .. of the Estate -
I Administrator '5 "
of the City of Key \.t. Monroe I
: Report. It MIn.-nbo of Raid Pere Sr. de- Mister?
war. I County. state of Florida. in the .r- ;
DAY Xe.aoYIIr, taycb.Network J Ifice of the County Judge of Monroe ceased.mayf.7.,114it..
But it will require more than one Silent Hour-abc-eist I Countv I-lorida. in the Court Houseof I .-.- -.
Kiddies Hour (r.peat'-abc'u' said ("..ullty. at Key \\.."t. Flonda ,

Nearly everybody in the United States building season to provifJe'the accommo- Netnotk Kiddies Hour Silent(repeat(1 hr.))--mbs-e mts-east. .lIS within eight calendar months !,, IN THE riRClIT CUSHY .OF.. THE 4 Fellow from one of those publicopinioa with cider or the larger Issue of
from the time of the first publication .R.IIT
the celebration of Mother's dations that are needed in Key West. As .: -Sports: Movie "i'lme-nbc of this notice April IS. I I OF FIKIKNTH THE iTTK OF .'M>UIII.%. IN I poll WM in Andy's Garden party versus party-we're awe et
will J join in Of Men and Books-cbs A. I>. 1948 Said claims or demand All FOIL MONHOK 4OlNTt.IN . Tavern querying Andy's patrons the individual liberty that has made
far it to look
is for into
as possible one .;30-Chicago Orcheslra-cbs-.ast: shall be In writing and contain the CH 'M' KKt.KI.V '.
which next Sunday.We "
!Day May 9 occurs I look"to this country great
the future construction in West will Lum and Abner repeatcawestI:45Newscist place of residence and post officeadIress r.. .. Il-Sal o* everything from that new
hope that the people of the Key Key by Three-nbeLoweU I of the claimant and shall besworn J. .:\".XNS. the next election. For it isn't differences of optelo
continue after the demandfor Thomas repeat 11)-cbs to b\ the claimant his agentor Plaintiff
WtM! will duly reflect upon the debt they year year as 7OO-Supper Club-nbc-baslo attorney.Any . vs. llltORCKj And occurred to me that there'sBothine that matter. The important thtng
housing accommodations continue to The Beulah ShowcbsNews such claim or demand notso j BENJAMIN F EANS.ORUFR .
tolerance for differences of
owe, a* individual, to their mthers and and Commentary-aba filed within the time aid in the lefendanL" more typically American is opin-
grow. Fulton Lewis Jr.-mbs manner prescribed herein shall be I UF PttlL..4T.0TO .: % than collecting other folks' opinions ion-whether they affect the right
tribute to the loving service that void
pay 1:15--Xew. and Comment nbo ;
Jack SmIth and Stong--cb l-VUetl at Key \\ ..,, Florida this Benjamin F. )aR'". as well as giving out with of an individual to rote, to speak

had! much to do with making them human Daily lommentar-abc 14th day of April. .\. n 1941s I Residence, Inktiown one' And from where I sit, his mind or enjoy a glass of beer.They're .
Advertising to be permanently successful News: Dinner l>at -nibs ( ) William Wesley Vtatkins.As lou are hereby required to appear :
I being 7 JO-Dance Orcbstra-nbo Executor of the Last. Will I to the Bill for Pirorce filed it's a mighty healthy habit. all parts of the freedom

In observance of the special there does not rely upon schemes and Bob Crosby Club-cbs: *" : and .Testament, of Carrie L* against you in the above styled. I that we cherish!
day Henry Morgan (repeat t:SO)-ab' Olm.'''''. djcease cause on or before the Tth day .f So long as people can discuss
startegems.One Child World-abc-'est J. Lancelot Letter. June. A. I>. I'.". otherwIse the allegations I
.U to become foolish. Let both sides of question that comes
no use
: us recognize News Broadcast-mbs *' aDdOphelia contained. therein will betaken a

that there i i. no miracle that lightens 7:45-HarkDe.. .* Commeat-nbe T.' Lestcr at .nfe..eol. Vp-whether it concerns short 6q ui.CoJ11T
At torn*}s for t-xecutor .
Ed Alurrow News-cbs: [lONE AXIS 4 RI>UREn at KeyWest.
the load of rare or the burden of worry fault with some members of the Sport. Comment-mbs aprIJ-22-29.mayC.194S Florida. this $th day of May skirts Terms long, beer compared

$:00-Henry Aldrich Family-nboF *. I). I54S. . I
that weigh down the average mother. To younger generation is that they} dislike .B.1. in feaceVarcbs. : IN tilE "'OI'NT1 Jt IM.I-rH tOt liT. tC.RCI IT COl RT SEAL) ----- -
Front Pae-abc-.east: IN .\"D .'UII110"110.K 44HNT*. I Roes C Sawyer.CIrk I /r1.1948. UaitcdSiakz Bteuert Foundation
'be good mother} they haveo give up work too much. Ellery Queen-abc-west VTITK OK KLOKIIJt.IN .of Circuit. Court ___.: & ..
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f Andy PRt H\Tr: .. By: (...n Ann. C". Longworlh.ieput . .
many of the pleasure that life offers 1:1- y(1;: : In re RsTate'of' : > Clerk I --_ oJ." .. ,. -- ,
lL.\If1'i n. Tllo '!';():s. WIlliam V Alhury.Altoroer - - -- - '
8.30-Burns & Allen nbeMr
and their umtelfishneM Is consequently The average .income tax payer of Keen Drama-cbs- I.eceasedNOTK I for P2 lntl". i
KUery Queea-abc-bas 'K TO CREDITORS may".13-o-27.1948. i
more notable. Key West will find it just painful to pay Backus Talent Hunt-mbs To all Creditors and all I'erson I

We hope that all tiling mothers for the reduced income taxes. :55-Five Minutes News-cbs: having lalms or emands againstthe l\ THE ("IKCI'|T ('Ol RT OF TIlE
Kstate of 4 Iady II. Thomson
Billy Ross Comment-mbs > RUES "Ttt Jl 1)1(151. CIR4 IT4tF
one day. at least will be happy in the ':00-Music Hall. Al Jolson-nbo I deceased: THe VT4TK OF ....011...'. INNI Bows by Wembley
Dick Haymesarietycbs: You, and ej:. h of 'ou. are herebynotified loll MONHOK lot 'T'. I
thought that their children honor and love Educational processes, like other modern Willie Piper Skit-abc and inquired, t.. present. anyclaims IN 4'II1NI'I.HI.4ae '.
. Gabriel Heatter. Comment-mbsIS or demands which .u. or N.- II-ana
them and that they will be remembered, as activities, have reached the stage : -News Broadcast-mbs either of }'on. may. have against the. JOSEPH M RV.OVH.I.
I t-ftate of (;lady. H. Thomson di.ekoed. lainliffrx .
they should their where require whether :30-Village Store-nbe basio late of Monroe County Florida I
.. by scattered family they money we Crime Photographer IllS DHCI:
to the Honorable Raymond ft.Lord. .
vrou.. like the idea or not.TOTAL Candid MkrrphoneabvRFDArperica Quiz-mbs County Judpe in:t'r\ Monroe -i iI ,
Count>, Florida, officein
KItH OF .BL.'T.O""
For mother who have passed! on, 10:00-Bob Hawk Qulx-nbe the County Court House of Monroe TO:
Theater cbsChild
Magazine -
I County. Florida. within eight
there' I ia nothing. that we jan do, but their SOCIALISMIt Front'\\orkl-abc-east Pace: -abc-west calendar months from the date of LJuha care of Berezina Ella Zabel Raejovi,

the first publication hereof haul 170KaM.: :ith .SI..
Family Theater-mbs
non and. daughter should not fail to claims ..r demands shall be in writ- Brooklyn New York. ,
10:30-Kddi Cantor Show-nbo
recall their memories. and pay tribute to is a significant fact that four of the First To B.Nifhter" Announced Play--abc cbs Inc and and contain port office the place address of of residence the- You t..are the hereby Bill for required Itivvrce to filed appear -!

their gmKlnes4. : principal .candidates for the Republican Dance :Music-mbs claimant and shall lot' sworn to by against yon in the above styled i
the claimant his Kent or attorney I
10:45-Earl Godwin Talk abc cause on or before the 7lh day of
Presidential nomination whose views I All such claims or demands not I June .\. !>. 194)1) otherwise i the alle
- are 11:03-News & Variety 2 hrs.-nbe ; filed' within,, the time and in the Ration: contained therein will. betaken

WHERE DID YOU GET THAT HAT? at great variance an many matters, have News News.and Variety.Dance Dance Band-Z abcNevis. hrs.-cbs I I manner. prescribed herein shall be I ." cnnfeniied
A:old.Itated KeWe
at >
all gone on record against supergovernment Dance Band 2 bra.-mba thc *1st day of April. A. I1S4S >. ..t. Florid. this 5th day of May
12:00-Dancine Continued-abc-west .
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There something about the hat a as exemplified by the proposed Missouri I I (sill John U Thomson. tCiItC(1T ('(hURT SEAL. )
<,.d> Julius F Stone. Jr., Ros. C Sawyer i
man wear that makes it a sort' of key to Valley Authority. Mr. Stas>en said Read the Classified Ads in The ,, \.. Kxecutors of the Last Clerk ..r 4'ircuit Court

Citizen. r \\ill and Testament of BT; huh> Ann.. ('. l....n c worth,
hill character. Did you ever notice how you flatly, "I am opposed to the MVA\ method." ClarlII.. Thomson de eputy Clerk I I !

are inclined to think about the wide openPCCS Senators Taft and Vandenberg have con- LEGALS I f William.Y.f..AlburvAllornet r Plaintiff. .

when mai. :U_:20! _17.I94IN <.
fellow i tenly the idea in
you see a wearing a s> opposed the Senate. I t tI
so-called' "ten gallon hat" Or you think of And Governor Dewey characterized it as IN Tan 4'IKI.I IT 4'4)l RT 4>F Tin \II thE %PI""TION Till I'01'NT1' Jt U4.K "'OlIlT. 1
*:I.*.t t.NTH J limit I. 4'IHI'I IT I I-UH HNI. UIN4M4K4.KIN IN .,M, FOR WONHOK got NT.i I 1
the late, great Al Smith when you see a "an act of dictatorship." He has also been 411TIIK !STTIDI'' I-IOHIII\ INNI ftrolal.Law UUI: l-IOIIIUt. IN PII4MI4.TK.

.% ) FOR \IONHOK I4IINT1.IN fOIRT 4 lTIIK 40INTJl In re 1';,'at.. of !
brow derby? Or of a smooth, well-groom strongly critical of the Tennessee Valley 4'IINI'I-:tit. IM.I-n, MoRoiC4iI NT1. MARY LOCISE SCIIEIREIt.. 1
4 axe N.. 11-37* STATE: 0.' H4IHIU. ieceasr.l.OTIH :
ed. Ambavador such a* Anthony Eden of Authority.It .
1IKRRIT W. IbtVi Is. IN I'HOIIITR % OF .'PPIir.'TI4>\ I-'OilHN t
England; when see a dark is not surprising that Plaintiff In re' the K"tate ofFl .,I.DIsIlRGH; -
you "Homburg"? the MVA \". -m' ORK L.INE M fllh.UAN. Notice Is hereby glen. to all I
I.YXnJ.CORR.XF. "').\\'IS., ecased whom it that Frances ,
It jut be that National should mat concern
characteristic produce
may meeting of minds
a among IIM..n.t.l.t. TOLL WHOM IT MAY C4)NCERV: A. Bates, a* r. .r...utnx of the LaM

are reflected in the type of headgear men who are frequently opposed on ma- T..: OKUIR OF PI ICTI4IN'\ Notice Teresa Is hfrrbgiven Fhelan (now, auline that Pauline P.- Will and.Testament deceased of has Mary filed.Ix>with ui:eSchenrer I }

worn by men of the different nationsof jor issues. For we have learned at an I.> n
the earth. The manufacturers of the enormous cost that when we have "a lit- lou l.nffin are herebre Georgia .|Uired to app -I .. of the, Pauline MHh .4ountJudge ount%. her and Final for Monroe Reportand :
Un. deceased that she has filed
.ar to the Pill for Iisc'retiled Vor herdixcharire
I ha* made application
famous Lee Hat of Danbury. Conn., recently tle odal *m" we simply open the way aKain, you in the atiove "t>, led her petition for final disUiartce. and at "u,'b Kxecuirix '
that she will apply to the honorableRaymond
or before the 7th da, of >.
cause on listed Ihiv ith da of May A. IM4
> $1
(put together a collection of headgear for "total socialism." The TVA, for instance -- June A. l>. 1541 otherwise. the alle R. oord County Judge of 1 -<. 1
Monroe ( .unt. Fi.rida. on the list
gationsontained therein will .\. BdteAH -.
I Sill Frances
from all over the world which daof May 1941 for approval of
is cur- allegedly came into being as a taken as tonfse.l.iM.N Executrix: of the Last
": .\NK tlIU/RI-n at K.t. 1"1 same and for final discharge as \\ill and Testament ..f Mary
it ntly being shown in the movie new reelj flood control and reclamation agency, \\V,, Hori'U. this <,h Uv of Administratrix: rum testamento annexo Louise Scheurer eceaMd.!

Here there I w exhibited about forty separate which would produce hydroelectric \. l>. I 4StCIIJCI ) I'heUn of deceased the estate on of lhi"tb Pauline: dayof M, \v. Curry Harristtorne . .
poweras : IT ql..RTL .
\ \ for K\e< utrix The name "Wembley is of
Hops C Sawyer. .\I>rll. un.I n.:20,J7.I94HIN your assurance
and distinct max -
of head
type coverings a rather insignificent by-product. Now Clerk: of Circuit ('nurt. I Pauline Teresa Phelan.Administratrix up-to-the-minute style in color .
and fabric
---- pattern
of the
varying from the "coon" skin cap of the TVA wants 4,000,000 to start construc- it.ttiiIC *'. 1 Lon".rlh.eput' C.I..rk. estate. of julinr eta M I. THE C'III"'I.T C'Vt HT OF TIIKII.I.KTH I See 'these jaunty bows and yonll know what we
% f
Northwest Canadian to the inverted Enrique Ps<|uina1do. Jr.. ea I
bushel tion of a $54,000,000 steam plant which .\U..rn..\ fur Plaintiff J. 5 Porter IV.ttorr..y U.' TIll !STTK' 4F II.OHII mean. They're already tied to save you time and
basket made of reed I-: JO :27! .194$. .\ for Adminl.tratrh.aprt IN .%.NI, > FOIL 110"1101C'UI NTIN \.
and by the Chi ma> - -
worn has all with
no connection at reclamationor :maU:;-2O.1948IN I II1KRI.. trouble and make sure of a neat knot. .
There hats > fmnf >.. ll-3: &4
nese. are from
Swit- any other legitimate governmental IN Tim CIHfllT t 01 HT OF TIIKHI ' LEO IVI1 p.\TT.nelS.

zerland. West Africa, Argentina, Ecuador, function, and is a 100 per cent commer- 01TIIK.KKNTII XT\TK' JIIIICIL.411lLOItlDl.tlliTlIT. tit Tin.:"TII!STATE' Jl lilt 0.It I.II.OHII CIlICLiTtip \:s. plaintiff nl\011-.:

Spain. Ireland and Iceland. To the unaccustomed cjal venture. TVA is a total government. IN IN t VNIt HNI,I:Oil I-:lit' O"IIOIo"n'l IN .%NI, > l-Olt MIINHOK 4OINT1.IN -. hELEN .*RiETSINIER:

of them 4'...e N*. II-3X4I t.lIt4Efl.. '. l'.tTTERSiN.L'efendant-
eye some seem more What Mr. Stassen has described 11-311 I !
as"overriding" ST.PIIIEL'.I. .>N t\".\HI'':. I JOHN r.. UAPrTIN OIII>KH ; HI.I4-4TION
designed to frighten off enemies than to Federal authorities always Plaintiff.vs. I'Uintiffvs. I TO:
lilt H4K:
Helen Arget--ln J'aU..r..n.
protect the head. They are made of various expand until public opinion forces Con- ESTELLF: I.E'VI':. LORIHILL U.\PETINA UIVOHCK !" c:.. Mr. R J. Arl<..t..I"II..r.
TVfendantOltDI I Pefendant.OHUf !Sl. Emerson Street -- .

materials. including reeds, straw, fur gress to drastically change policy and apply :U 4tF rtHLICtTIONTO ;U OF%> .\I L' 'ATIU,"' *ftTO j I Fairmont .\\rst Virginia.,
: required t.
> -. You are hereby appearto
fur-felt cloth, bark and in one case (Santo the brakes. They are empires and the Cstelle: Mae Wade -Gloria Hill the Bill of Complaint for " U. 3. Pat. OU.
>3' II Mreet N. \\ .. Mrs John Hill.U In the above styled. cause on or before I
Domingo) ) of hard top grain leather administrator is king. Whether he is a Washington. It ('. .. Ann treetPortsmouth !' the lIst day ...fJay.. .'. n. .ISIS. ..
You are hereby required to appearto Virginia.You otherwise the allt-gatlons ther.iiwill
throughout. Maybe if the nations of the good bad is the Bill f imorcc filed attain : .
king or a one simply a matterof r are hereby required to appear br taken" a- infensed.This ooOooKANTOR'S
you in the above styled cause on or to the Bill of Complaint for Order ii to be published on>- .
worl'J could used
1 to the
get kind
of hat<;- chance. In either case the people and before the !4th day of :Ma>. AIL ditcrce filed against you in the a week for four consecutive weeksIn ;
It4s! otherwise the allegations contained above entitled the 17th The Kevrl Citizen a newspaper I
the other wear they might also cause on
get usedto the enterprises of the region have nothingto therein will be taken" as con- day of May A. n 194S otherwisethe publi-hed. in Key %West Florida -
the they think. And feie allegations of said Hill will betaken '
way maybe
too. say. They take what is offered or go TONEND ORPEREn at KevYlest. I as confessed. Uone and Ordered this 2Sth day ofApril

"(he United Nations might make more '-'Iurld.&. this 21st day of .\| riL This the Uth day of \pril A. I>. \. l>. I94s MENS
pro- without. We thus create centralized, dictatorial A. IX 15Sf. 1145. Roes C Sawyer.Clerk .

.?**. with tIfllT COl'RT !;E.\L. Ross c 5aw>'er of the Circuit Court ,
government a vengeance. Ross C sawyer Clerk of the Circuit Court Monroe County. Florida. SHOP

And the ,liberties of the people to which *. Clerk of Circuit Court.' By: Kathleen """Cottage.I . By Kathleen NottageLfeputy .
By: ad' Anne C Longworth1eputy. ; >eput} Clerk Clerk
. It U quite possible for wellmeaningpersons some politicians pay lip service and little Clerk. 4ClRCriT COVRT SEAL) (SEAL
Knrique F..I'Quilla1dJr... JULIUS F. STO E. JR.. J. Y. porter IV.
to become emotionally debauched. else, are gradually destroyed. Attorney for Plaintiff Solicitor for Plaintiff Solicitor for I'lafntiff ..', .
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Thursday ; 199Duval
'00 P.M. Dance. John Pritch- ,

ard and Friday.HU Orchestra.: l ami Fleming 518.. PRESCRIPTION- "DRUGGISTSMnaHaaMMBflKassmanBBBaaHHBnaHFREE Key WWi, Florida
1:30 P.\L-Tourist Nile at theY t.
,- sponsored by the Chamber DELIVERY SERVICE
of Commerce. Refresh .
! menu and Entertainment. I I .
I SatUday. I II I
I ;00 P.M.-Movies. &
10:15 P.M.-Second Show, feature -j! J,
I announced at the Club. .
.. Sunday '
0:45 A. -Java Club discussion -1
Croup. i Mothers Mother's
11.00 A.M.-"Co to CHURCH
Parties. !I Is Is
Hour Day g -, Diy
3:00 P.Mv Classical selections as ; .J

':00 P.M.-announced.Fellowship Hour on Sunday, 2g ;: Sundiiy,
the Patio. Community Singing -
Beatrice Moreno at the I May 9lh May 9th

Piano. .
10:00 P.M.Coffee Hour.
Camera Club meets each I
Thursday at 8;00 P. M.
G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Ser- CANDY r MOM Priced from .. $1.50
vice Organization), every 2nd .
and 4th Monday.
Came Room: Chinese Checkers PANGBURN'S NUNALLY'S
chess cards, ping-pong pool -
writing desks library current
magazines various table games,

etc.'Showers tennis rackets, golf
club, fishing line, cameras TIHI E R
checking service. film service.I
mailing and wrapping packages.! ,
receiving messages, phone booths. R
stamp, railway express service
available to SERVICE PERSONNEL Yes, Mothers of Every Age-Young and Middle Aged, and Grandmothers, Too-

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1:00 PM. JTO PM-Picnic Harriett Hubbard Ayer -
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SUNDAY. I Max Factor 10:
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munion Breakfan. Whitt
I Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base -
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1:00 P.M. 7;00 PM-Fishing
Trip (sign up in advance). : .
Information services, housing Lucien: Lelong
city mapa.Reiigioua. I E
literature librarytrlephones Mary Dunhill I T
stamps wrapping anc
ailing packages, railway ex
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available to all defense force .. 4J/., '
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Nellie Cuslu. w|oiie grand b.Prophylactic)'
b moUirr a widow, married Georp 4 .
Washington revived the custom
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was married tin General Washingum's -
last birthday, F*b. 22.
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Chapter 17 I son's, eyes. "You'd better go up "She's told me about their trip BLACK.FACK TYPE Payment for classified advs _.
: and see if she's OJt Bonnay. I'm to town., I I ments is invariably in ..h-.a 's
AS the piercing shriek soared i Advertisements under this head regular acherU..rslib.. We.
to conduct personal inquiry "That's fine but it doesn'thappen
going a
will be inserted In The Citizen at counts may hare their, advertisaa.
Vince and Johanson
again right now. Warner you to be what I'm interestedin me rate of 2c a word for each Insertion meats chanced:
dashed for the French doors I stay here with the bodyI ." ,rignt now" His tone was cold- but the minimum charge: for PtBLICATKW DE..I.DLlU.t. ,
onto the terrace. Outside "JuLa, where is your the first 15 words or less Is 3c. To insure pabttcattoo. cop snips
opening I took the outside stair- Uncle Hugh The rate for Mawkfaec type is 3c a be, in The Citizen office b.,91'..... '
they; halted in their tracks and VINCE word. and the minimum charge forth o'clock in the morning of the .,. ,
three at time. Julia lips set in a white recalcitrant
steps a first 1. words is Sc. of publication. cAll
Johanson pushed his red hunt- Julia was lying just inside the line;she didn't answer.
ing hat to the back of his headin I window: he lifted her gently to The investigator's mouth looked
surprise. the bed and began rubbing her equally stubborn. "Dent you ;.
advertising Is accepted under the following conditionsla )&*
"What in Valhalla ails the wo- wrists in. a moment her lids realize that other people's lives I rent of error in advertising transient or contract. TIM Citizen win .. -,
man!'* he demanded. fluttered open. are in jeopardy? Your aunt was responsible only fUr the first insertion in Ctaacified Adterti.iep. ..*..|.
Mrs. Lin Gook stood across I "Vince. that was . was..that killed with one of Hugh's arrows, I, Ui*.lar %dT.rtteia ; for only the actual amount of space occupied 6jr tie
from them on the far side of the . Aunt Sophie?" a sharpened kitchen skewer was part of the advertisement where the error occurs.
swimming pool excavation. Evi- "I'm afraid it wasHer hand taped to the tio." ,as .
dently she had just returned felt so ,small in his. so helpless. "He .couldn't have done it .
from digging clams for her black Two large tears grew and slid Hugh" hasn't the mind for murder WANTED-SALESMEN |! WANTED {
sateen trousers were rolled to down her cheeks. "How did it "
her knees and a bucket spewedits happen? How could it happenwe !- Johanson's pupils were likehighlypolished Man wanted for Rawleigh busi- G. L interested in 4 to 'H
molluscoidan contents beside just got home agate as the ness. Sell to' 1500 families. acres waterfront on Keys bi
her. She emitted another an- He put a pillow behind her word were torn from her "What Write today. Rawleigh's Dept tween Key West and Maratnok
are afraid of then? Tellus
head.Can remember when you
guished you
returned*" where he *s." F FAE-660-SA Memphis. Term. Must be a bargain. I will pdy
Above them a window Battered yotr "Aunt had him mav6-ltx taxes and balance to
She glanced at the traveling Sophie taken to : owner;
open and a startled gasp clock on'the rosewood nightstand the Olands' farm last night She What have you to offer? Write

Sonia.drifted her across face the a horrified sluggish mask air. beside her bed. "Twenty-five was afraid that if the police heardof FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE I details and price in 1'st lett r.
was leaning from the casementNow minutes ago-it was exactly four his frailty he would be blamedfor I am not a real estate man;.bat
Uncle Sim's
o'clock. death and she I aminterested
she pointed with a dramatic "Do you feel like talking'Could knew he was incapable of such a For any kind of property in Key little home. Write in buikhngtlh
finger to the excavation. Box Bftfi
heinous thing. West be it home hotels motels
you tell me about your ,
"Een the hole!" she said dis- trip to town" Vince put his hand over hers or business locations, contact co Key West Citizen. fape23.1

tinctly, "Een the hole!" "We went directly to town. again. "Look here Julia. hadn't Paul Boysen. 626 Fleming St.
And that was how they found First' we went to 'the morticians you better tell us the truth about Phone .,
Sophie;: Mannley. whereAunt Sophie made the :Hugh"? Just what is wrong with 153. apr2412txFOR FOR RENT =

She lay face in the deep arrangements for Uncle Sim then him?
end of the swimming pooL The we stopped at 'a bank. Aunt "He isn't insane." she explained SALE-USED CARS 4bedroom furnished home oa
rainwater had collected there in Sophie withdrew some money- reluctantly "He's hes just large lot in good restdenfed
a shallow pool; in it Sophie's about, two hundred dollars-and child h." '41 Ford convertible coupe super section for period of 6 moatfe;
corpse made a small black sodden John Bissett deposited a personal Johanson's eyes were probing deluxe A-l condition. Apply from April 15th. Johnson and
island. Except for the business- check. At the telegraph office we hers. ""Has he always beenthat, M-5, Ft Taylor. may5-4tx Johnson. mall '
like arrow still quivering above picked up a. message from Mr wav! "
her heart, her body was quite Topping; Uncle & m's lawyer, "No, it was the result of a brain I '
stilL saying he wouldn't be here for a injury when he was about'nine- Privately-owned 1,939 Chevrolet Storage space available. Red
week because he couldn't get teen." two-door sedan excellent con- Brick Garage for storage, fuj.
'They placed her on one of the
wrought-iron benches that dotted plane reservations from Hono- "What happened to him dition, new engine.. lacquer niture or commercial. For
the terrace. Vince gazed down at lulu. Julia flu;''si "You've got to' paint, and tires. Can be seen formation. Phone 798. ,* !>
"Anvthxng happen on the way believe me! Hugh is harmless! .
the woman who through the home?" lie after 6 p.m. at Tony's Auto ills}1
Vince-encouraged. was hurt in an accident-a
years had been capable of an unquenchable Body Shop, 603 Greene St.
"The car began and fight
acting up over a Portuguese girl he
love for one man and
since two nights an unfor- we coasted directly into the wanted to marrv. He lost his foot- may5-6t Business place. 611 Fteeuefe
hate for ago another. Now garage. Aunt Sophie said she ing and hit his head against' a Street (downstairs). SuKaMfe

emotions giving were forever dead-for anted to see" how the rain had cement balustrade. He's been to 1941 Chevrolet 2-door sedan, I for office. shop,..etc.. Pho, =e'5.
Sophie. affected-Uje'riew_ swimming pool all the best: brain surgeons but. $675. 14 Rest Beach. Phone
The OJands are building it for us. they say that some of the nerve "
One of the mullioned windows 1531-R. may6-3tx
you know its impossible to get centers are affected and that hell i
squeaked and they looked up toe I skilled labor to come out this far always be this way-he'll never Two houses on Elizabeth Stretfi
ee Julia staring down at them. now. John and I went in the grow up." 1346 Plymouth, good condition. completely furnished. Nojjjf-
Before Vince could remove his front door." "And the who I' dren 1069 I&
I man knocked 162-C Poinciana. may 6-3tx no pets. Apply
coat and cover Sophie's face The door was open and Johanson him against the balustrade val Street U-
Julia sank from sight inside her slipped in, carrying a small Johanson persisted. upstairs -
room. glass brandy which he gave to The words.came so faintly that I mav3-6tx
"She's fainted Vince's throat Julia. '"Drink this." he said "It I Vince saw only the slow unwilling -'
went dry. may help and I've got to ask you motion of Julia's lips. "Uncle Ice box. in good condition. Phone Furnished three and one-half
"Apparently" There was a some questions." Simeon 774-R. may6-2t''I I bedroom house. Available until
Queer ironical gleam in Johan- Vince frowned in irritation.I IT* be continued) February 1st 1126 Von

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'An Enemy Mine Made Nicole a Cripple; and price.saucer Box 10 to, Citizen.match. State I I j WANTED TO RENT

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. Now American Gifts Help Keep Her Alive f FOR SALE I,; Before permanent May 15th.resident Single needs woman cottage -

or apartment with one
House next to Citizen office on I I bedroom. Maximum rent $H.

Crusade for Children J. Greene Street Must be removed : Call 1194-R between 5-7 p.nt'

Provides.Way to JI 1 r-: i or torn down [Salvage i . mays-.

Innocent War VictimsThe ,'5; :. of lumber. may4-6t i
Navy wife two
American 4 Hibiscus stephanotis. coleus sultanas children. Moderate rent 'fa -
first thing her 3
liberators brought Nicole was a cactus pothos frangipanis -{ phone 9132. ;...;
blinding crash that tore off her rose trees. Special: crotons fS
right leg and ruined her left leg 25c up. 1004 Southard :j FOR RENT-ROOMS
and robbed her of her ability to Street Phone 1049-J. '
,walk for three years. } ma-6-13-2tx OVERSEAS HOTEL
Now they have given her backher f ,
917 Fleming Street
walking.She healthahealth Motorola auto radios to fit all cars i Weekly Rates '
still needs her _
that can only be restoredby from $42.50 up. Completely installed | $8.00 to $1000 $12.00 to $lt.r
milk and nourishing food. I Bridge Radio, 650 NW with Bath '

Her American liberators can FCwtf.:1 \: 5th St, Miami. mayl-lmo I Special Rates to Sen ice Men-
give her that too, by contributingto !
American the Crusade Overseas for Children Aid-United of White outside paint white enamel /

Nations Appeal for Children. It $2.75 gaL Doherty & Co., I Light housekeeping ruouis,8p

will be a late liberation when it 846 Olivia, corner Packer. Call ) to $1500 per week. 411 ttd-

comes.It 1597. mayl-tf j liam Street. may4-lmox
was November 1944, when

Nicole received the Joyous news I Adding machine, cash register. |
that the American Army had at t Man working nights wishes .1-9
II Toledo scales meat sheer. 721
last share with
broken through the stubborn room man twin
German defense near her village s- "3 I Catherine Street Phone 644-W.1 beds near bath. Phone 1913-'',
in Mountains.the heart of the French Vosges Ar' t a"' s1i II I may4-3tx I before 4 pm. lDity4-

Nicole daughter of the village Double Hollywood bed, Simmons FOR RENT-APARTMEKT' *
baker donned her best dress and I
mattress. practically new. 132J
took a short cut through the '
fields. She would be first to wel- South Street may6-3tx ; Furnished apartment, 3 rooms
come the Americans. . i and bath. Maid and janddr
But she did not see them. 'i Climax electric sewing machine. <' service, linens and utihtfts
On the outskirts of Corcieux,
mac" ; Good condition. 615 Fleming furnished. Summer
she stepped on a German mine, k Street rates Cot
and in one hideous explosion one j al Hotel Apartments opposite
leg was lost and the other man- : "k : : Post Office. apr2-1-ot
gled. The stump of the one was 8-ft G.E. refrigerator, $200. 500-C :( 4..
in no condition for use of an C'r z. Poinciana. mayl-6tx All new furnished apatiin.t.
artificial limb, and the other N 4CRIPPLED I jaulisied porch electric refr4g-

was three too weak Nicole for walking.remained For in 4 Slightly used lizard skin pumps. j era lion, hot '".OO

bed. years. $24.95; original price. Size 4-B. i; month. 1301 Division Stye -

She remained there until she 600. 509 Southard. Pine Plaza Apartments.
was found by one of the Ameri- may 6-1 tx I[ 1RiIk
can foreign relief agencies par !

ticipating in American Overseas White taffeta net formal size 13. | MISCELLANEOUSWashers
Aid-United Nations Appeal for
Worn once. Phone 1523-R. I

Children.Thus it was that Nicole met mdv5-3tx irons vacuums tad
her liberators at last and was I fans repaired. O'Briant, Phoa
liberated by them from her prison 3-bedroom House, newly furnished 1164M. may MI
of helplessness.But all-electric kitchen. 2831

Ing of this a sad is story.not the The happy story end-is I Staples Ave. may5-6tx J For guaranteed plumbing and' rt-

not over. I pairs. Free estimate. CaB
Nicole Is still a growing girl 1942 super de luxe Ford convertible 1 John Curry 512 Margaret St
and in order to regain her health I Apply 1321 Newton St, !{ Phone 781. mayl-tf
she needs foods containing calcium -
second floor left entrance ,
like milk butter and cheese.
may y-3tx : Drafting and designing by H"
She hasn't had a drop of milk
since before the war. In France, graduate architect at reasonable
SHE NEEDS FOOD TO U\'E-War.s most innocent victims I
milk is rationed at less than a Two monkeys and a 16-gauge prices Homes, store front, In-
pint a day for small children children wounded in combat tones can be saved from starvation shotgun. Apply 714 Bakers { teriors. Bobby Anne
nursing and pregnant mothers through contributions to Crusade for Children of _-American Lane. may4-3tx 11 i Phone 156W. may4

and old people. Overseas Aid-Cnited Nations Appeal for Children.for ---- --- - ----- -..
Nicole ,will remain shriveled
f and withered in the bloom of Children. lief agencies, together with United II
) girlhood unless nourishing food Americans are asked to give States participation in the
reaches her. $60,000,000 for desperately need- world-wide United Nations Akv For Quality Floors, If* -- ,
It can reach her-and millions ed food, medicines clothing and II peal for Children Contributions i :
like her who lost arms and legs shelter which the may be given to local campaign I
Eight and health in the explos- agencies par- Inlaid Linoleum Tile ,
committees sent to
ions of mines on the ground and ticipating in the Crusade are or national ,
headquarters of American
bombs in the air-if Americans seeking to furnnsh to war vic- .
Overseas Aid-United Nations
give generously to the Crusadefor tims. The campaign representsthe Ap- Colors and Patterns For Every Room in the House
Children of American Over- combined appeals of Amer- peal for Children 39 Broadway j
seas Ai -United Nations Appeal ica's major voluntary foreign reThe New York 6, N. Y. FURNISHERS and INSTALLERS .

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Every year U, S fire losses all-Jewish city of Tel-Av FOR SALE i TELEPHONE 14S4
total more than 600000000. ; is tho only Palestinian city witha I free M.E.STUTZEttimaies

public health service. Plumbing supplies complete! and

CARD OF THANKS stock. Plastic tile, paints and i Quick West Floor Co.
We deeply appreciate the sympathy -{ LOST, brushes. Murray's Plumbing,I Installation Key Covering

and generous assistance extended : 1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami. ,32 DUVAL STREET.
us during the recent illness Brown zipper billfold. containing Fla. Phone 7-3421. mayl-tf *

and bereavement of Capt. sum of money and identification .,

Ben Felton, our beloved husband papers. Finder keep money Notes (Promissory, K eacli. Art- SPECIALISTS LN FLOOR and S1TSK COVERINGS I

and father. ,- return identifications to 308 t man Press Citizen Bldg.. phone
j (No Job Too Small)
jaay6-ltx THE FAMILY.
Margaret Street. m3v6-3tx 51. ma:l5-tf C


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I i .. . .TIic Dogs' Dan e" Will.' Be. The Weather ,Mesflamcs\ ) WeygiiiT Navy._Wives'C1ub' I I.IIS Choir Gives- 7 I II Your Horoscope I many popular vrttt faculty be attracted of ctarMoo.ay teM

,. THURSDAY. MAY 6.194B-To- into what appears: mystenoiM. as>

'.. 'Given Friday' Night At Elks' FORECAST and McMillan\ \ Win]I Hold Social Meet I Rotary Concert j!i day indicates a person of much well as by the magnetic: qualities.'mt40.5Q.6Q .

self-reliance with a studious nature
I Navy Wives Club No. 83 helda The members of the Acapel- :
I Key West and Vicinity Partly At Session social meeting on .Wednes-: lo Choir of Key West High School i I ; one whose mental vision ?"
Club( Hall Bowling will see things hidden, from the
Here with little sewed
Auditorium cloudy change in temperature i day. May 5. The girls: on gave a series Of six songs at the {
ordinary observer. Though not
I layettes and di-ussed plans for Man Yoa're
today tonight and Fri- CrazyfSE2V
luncheon this noon of the Rotary I much disposed to seek friends
The Doa' Dance" b the nickname -* ______I Moderate Mrs Josephine Weygint and the Copper and Supper dances. ... .
day. southeasterlywinds. Tl w.i.n N rip
| a. p.p
Club in St. Paul's Parish Hall. vs. ::. .:
which has I Mrs. Mary McMiIian were tied for ,; Dorine Goldstein. Louise Wood- I a Q_ -
I I .
spontaneously was warmly thanked by Anthony MBM- mt*aw VVVTV not M VMIWr
M I Lamp- The eivon under the _.-
been 'I high game of the day with a 164 |t ill Mary Hayes Delphina series was j >r n i ** > ( T -
given to the annual
first Florida Scattered afternoon Dementi member of the TMM TMWa tor t+ M
i : wainscott are of Miss Marjorie Co- a ..M.nvww ML *
Mildred direction I = .
kins and -
i Wives at1 1 I W. 5.e1.1 .wr.ef *M 4 JKt
ball of the Key West Humane Temperatures showers and thunderstorms over each, when the Navy Va. Rotary Club, as the membership .
j to Norfolk exI I
transferring burn the choir director who all\ drug < orrrr>afei-t*
It7 Sudety, to be held Friday night' 7:30A.M.. extreme north portion otherwise Boca China Naval Air Station'met \ An Installation Dinner is to be beforehand that the four-I applauded _ _ _I I IYYWWYWWYWYYWYYYWYYYYYYYY I Keo't.: .:..: at <;iartlnrrI 'JJ Ph.te.av..;

V in the new air-conditioned Elks'i I ILS.T. I partly cloudy today tonight and Wednesday for their regular held at the La Concha Hotel on plained . . - . . , , . .'YYYYYWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWY. . . . . . . . .
Little tem Mrs McMil- choir had been developed atj j i
Friday. change in bowling session. Sunday. May 9, for the ,officers part
' Club lIitli.The Elk'a have favoredthe j: Station perature. lan had a 133 average out of elected in ApriL They are Vera the high school in thhe last nine j

,. Humane Socidy by permit-1'Atlanta __'n_. 53 East Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville three games and Mrs. Wevgmt' Wood. President: Dorothy Bid- months. j I I THANK YOU. :

'.a tin,' it to be the first Key West, Billings __ '__ '_' ,41 I Through the Florida a 123 average. ;I kell Vice President: Jayne Sears "We think it is a creditable'!, .
.. civic' __ Straits: Gentle to moderate Mrs. Lillian Shuman had the Edith Clark. :.
organization to use the newquarters. Birmingham ___._ __ 61 Recording Secretary: "' Miss Coburn'
: winds, southeasterly over south 'highest average of the day averaging Jennie group singers.
.. Bismark ____ ._. 35 Corresponding Serretary;
i 4 1 Boston w,_ j portion southwesterly over north I II 139, out of three games Reynolds Treasurer; Frances : ,<
Most of the dignitaries of the Buffalo : :==.:_- __.:.:': 51 47 I I portion today tonight and Friday.I II with a high game of 145. : Schimmejes. Parliamentarian. : said.Alter the series Miss Coburn'II o ,8 My Friends

! United Statese Navy and civic Charleston ___ ____ .._ ,68 | Partly cloudy weather. Few i' Others participating were Next meeting will be a regularbu"s'i I I II c" c-
leaders have consented to be patrons Chicago __ __nu.__- 58 1 showers and thunderstorms over Mrs. Peggy Webb, Mrs. Ruby meeting; Monday. May !
[s and
north White
. of the affair and have reserved .| Denver __ ,?' ___..__ 36;I extreme portion duringafternoons. Caldwell Mrs. Arlene 10. i; I sincerely appreciate the
) tables. Among them are : El Paso _. __ ._ 52 Mrs. Margaret Ramsey. i Refreshments were broughtand !
!L. Captain and Mrs. --. i I I Jacksonville to Apalachicola: Annabelle Meyers, '1IuI( 1 splendid rttte me on
Adell Captainand : Ft. Worth __ _ 61 served by r iJIIJJuJ giren
u. .m i t No small craft or storm
Mrs. Saunders. Captain and ; warnings hostess for the afternoon. ; the
r'r. Galveston *.* --m,_ 62 > have been issued. Betty Reineke Tuesday by goodx ople - Mrs. Ruhsrnberger. Captain and Jacksonville "n n__ 75 t of Key West and the
Mrs. Bu.'ie)', Captain and Mrs. ABRAHAMSE TO I m
Kansas City _______ 52 PAT
.to..1t Smith. Captain and Mrs. Arra- Key West Airport ____ 80 I Wins TourneyNCCS GRADUATE AS NURSE Keys* and my only regret

lla smith Captain and Mrs. Triebel Los Angeles n' .._______'_m.__ 58 Key West Fla. May 6, 1948 I r WEDNESDAY, Hi AY 12 is that I cannot thank each
Mayor and Mrs. Maitland Adams.'Louisville 1 _.________ 56 I
B n n sponsored Navy Wives- one u'raonnUy.Sincerely.
(Observation taken at City Office
A number of pre-dance Miss "Pat" Abrahamse. daughter
Miami .____ __
.. 76 Tournament
m. I 8:30 AJkL, EST Bowling
are being arranged and the Dog's : ) of Mr and Mrs. Abraham--
:! Minneapolis 42 I' at the Sub-Base alleys
J JJA n played
Dance bids fair to be one of the _'___. ____ Temperature se. 622 Caroline street will graduate I ,
JI ,, Memphis u 59 t'Highest yesterday 86 Tuesday morning was won by
most fun-making occasions n" from the West Baltimore
of the
year. There will be two excellent New Orleans _______ 66 Lowest last night _______. 77 Betty Reineke, who scored 426 General Hospital School of Nurs- i
groups providing music I i I New York __ m. _.__ 52 ,. Mean ___...________ 82 for 3 games. :,::lag Baltimore. Md.
led by the highly talentedMiss .I|Norfolk 54 Normal ____ 78 The nmners-up were Lillian J I The exercises will be at the i
;Oklahoma rity , m._ 50 PrecipitationTotal Meek, 417, and Flo Faulconer, Church .
.9 Beatrice. until Moreno will plays I I I J Omaha -___. ___ 45 last 24 hours . .00 ins. 405. I, Summerfield 12.Miss Methodist
I from I o'clock and during I Mav -- --
intermissions a special group to I I 1 Pensacola nun ____ 68 Total this month .u.M ins. Edna Porter 169 made the : Abrahamse graduatedfrom 4 .-.............--....__._.............
.___ ___ :
Roanoke 47 for single
n Deficiency this month .37 ins. highest score a game. School Daytona
play for square dances led by o Mainland High :44tOn
_ _ 67 Other bowlers were the Mesdames -
San Antonio . '
---V n Total this ins. of 45.
Fred Hennin Mr. Ilenmng.! year n n Beach, class
agent of the Key West Humane "San Francisco _. -,.._ 50 I Excess this year _________ 9.52 ins. Corky Herron Doris Huffman .
: __ Lucille Yarborough Edna
I Seattle
m -- Relative Humidity the Side
Society, playa the violin and is CANVASSING BOARD Sunny
___ .. Susan Olson. Marian
'I Tallahassee i 75 Breeding
an pld hand at playing square'I TampaWashington_ 75 I at 8:30 76Barom.ter A.M.I Wickham, Vera Wood. Helen (Continued From Page One) of the Street- Ifce;miern b;e=f-
dance music. He will be accompanied I '-__=: --:==:= .::.. 50 I So v'>ptli" Mary Touise;; Gardner Hamlm will have to go into the 1
.. by Roy Hoover and others.! < Vivian Driver Dorothy Gravat runoff primary May 25 for the of- Be Cool
r U* Level) 8:30 AM.
.I The- form of the ball will follow Alice Behle Ruth Embree, Wan- fice of Justice of the peace in the
S. the' old cotillion pattern to a I I I Apply To Wed .I 29.97 ins.-10149 mbs. da Slover Dot Murphy. i,j i second district. with our NEW
certain extent, and Tomorrow's Almanac
t '"t : special figures have been pro"i-I Applications for marriage licenses Sunrise __n -_ n_____ __u__. 5:43: a.m. Browning The scorers and were NCCS Mrs.Director Loucille Ei- 'I, In recent years the rice came CANVASAWNINGS

.L ._ ded. A group to demonstrate: the: I were filed yesterday in the Sunset ______._ ._ 7:00 pm. leen Coughlin. I Ij I to nearly 80 million bushels. I Mother's Day, .l
I : _
quadrille is meeting tonight to office of County Judge Ray- !Moonrise __._. _____ -_ 4:51: arm - - - -- I r
;t. ',,:" receive instruction from Gerald,I,mond R. Lord by Joseph D. Sur- Moonset m'____ n 5:51: p.m j SnmlavI
; Finder. director" of tl e Jackson 1 gen 2-1. of 823 White street and Sun and 'I
j.t!iX Square YMCA and leader of the I Manteen V. Bryant. 22. of 710 TIDES -- lormAWNINGS Enjoy that sun . but keep I ,
t Little Theatre group, who has Ashe street and by Edwin Al Tomorrow ALL your home cool and comfort- .
volunteered his services. I Aubert 31, of the U. S. Navy (Naval Base) ... able with Canvas Awnings. I
'I1 I Door: prizes will be awarded.: and Mary E. Franklin. 20 of 16-C Eastern Standard Tune) t Quality made, of the finest II _
! 1 ,The Committee in charge of the i I Porter place. High Low materials tn gar, colorful
Dn ball includes Mrs. George Mills I 8:29 a.m. 2:03 am. I {When OPENt' A Distinctive Awning _ulnae, wotcn or painted. II'

!!oX White president of the Society. SAILORS ROB, HEAT 9:34 p.m. 3:00 p.m When CLOSED-ll'a A Perfect Storm Shutter Don: ait.Choose now whileteseleuiunisgood.Eseimues I
Miss Etta: Patterson. Mr. and Mrs.I (Continued From Page One) '
freely aiyeo.
Robert Carey. Mrs. Jonathan ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA .
ately placed the driver under arrest I GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST OR ROT
Jackson Miss Manjanc Jackson; t The man arrested was. cov Reference Station: Key West Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice of Colors. I' 11 i iI 1)) i..UCIC' (
,n: Diaz William Holman Mrs. Cyril ered with blood. Hew.AS Hcinbiee Time off Height of Monogram or Design -KEY WEST- ((1)) '' .,.''!II
>t- ., 'Marshall. Secretary of the Questioning Hembree, the offi- StationTide (high water Simple to Operate- FHA'Terms' Model on Demonstration I '
ne'j Society Mrs. Betty Garnett. Mrs cers learned that he had stolen Bahia Honda Installed T 1717 I>1>AC 614 GREENE ST. COMPANY I
{0.) Harriet Wilson: Mrs. Wilhelmina the car and then had driven into (bridgeOh) 10m 0.0 ft. L&Kl Ol\Ui5. PHONE 4 123 DUVAL STREET !I CORNER of SIMONTON PHONE 1560-TODAY
; Harvey, Mro. Lee Goddard.CONSUMPTION the Hcm- No by and FLEMING STREETS C
city to get gasoline. Name Key .Phone for_FREE EstimateMarEd CALL 1042 for Estimate, .. '1

t r c" 01' I biee Blount Setid on.ho Roosevelt had: left his boulevard buddy Boca(east'ChicaSandy end)"_ir+2h 20m I - ..................-........_.......r \\L -
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to take care of Puebla with a Point-Oh 40m .L -
(Continued f'um Page One) ( ) .
of :alcoholic beverages: in taxi-] knife. Caldes Channel I -
ti I cabs or other vehicles will be Patrolmen Perez and Hernan (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft. - -- -
strictly enforced. dez picked up Shore Patrolman oOo 1
i 1 I *}n accordance" with Ordinance : J. S. Bowery and went out to NOTE: 1 DRESS I POLLOCK'SRemoval
No. 452 and amended thereto the the boulevard. A half mile the (--Minus sign: Corrections

I'I'I ,, possession. transportation sale other side of Fifth-street they to be subtracted.Plus SHOP
J gift and or consumption; of alcoholic saw Blount holding Puebla at (+)- sign: Corrections to J I -- '
I i. beverages from and in taxicabs the point of a knife. be added. 1 Owned and Operated by Edn4 Miller and Mary Caraballo
other vehicles under hire As Perez stepped toward the h-Hour.
',0) ,t or available or for hire is prohibited man. Puebla called a warningto ((m-Minute.) i i Dresses Millinery(! Accessories Sale !
r except: that drivers will not be the officer. (ft)-Feet Ii I
rt t r held responsible: for the transportation "He has a knife Puebla said.1 t IIt It I
La Concha Hotel I II
of alcoholic beverages Perez walked toward the man FIREMEN ANSWER !]i iI 417 DUVAL STREET. Opposite

1o 1 legally,; the purchased of by passengers1MIV and carriedon and ing swung Blount his on nightstick the hand, catch-and I (Continued On Pace Eight I:I I (OUR FIRST SALE IN THREE YEARS)

the persons city manager's, state knocking the knife to the street. I answered a call from Sam Silber- J,' uoOou s He Ire' I'rrpnring to More to Our :\eir Location in the Kress IluildingSATURDAYREDUCTIONS
Blount learn- man at Catherine and Duval
Questioning they
ment today. '
ed that Hembree had the money strets. Someone was cooking in Effective Today and for the
I ]s stolen from Puebla. Hembree I the building at the corner and be-I| SUMMER. We Will CLOSE sc I
, turned over to Hernandez $11.I came alarmed'when some grease EVERY THURSDAYat SALE ENDS
( From Page One) After returning to the station. caught tire.Subscribe.
I o'Clock
r i I OF 30% '
< Company wants to run between Hernandez searched the cab and ,
Key West and Havana. found Puebla'3 wallet the back to The Citizen. h I
1 It G. Williams president of the seat. The wallet contained on $30. I II I O> Ol'R' ENTIRE* STOCK of STANDARD anti \TION\LL\--

company, and his attorneys are Puebla was taken to Munici- I II :\DVERIISED giALITYJEELR ,:;
in Washington; awaiting the deci- pal Hospital and held all night I \'
J r ion from the Maritime Com- for observation. His wounds were of FORMALGOWNS t 4.-'
nl *ion. It will be recalled that dressed. Knights PythiasThe Everything: Is From '
! after a hearing held by an examiner Our Regular Stock

of the commission some I Rank of Esquire will be No special""sale merchandise" has been

time ago that the examining official |i conferred the meeting Friday I ,, purchased by us for this storewide '
ruled against the financing. I
( evening.Please event. No special price tags have been

t tI. Neon TA.LTS attend. For a prepared in advance discounts are tak-
tot .
AlBURY and SON Service 1 en off our regular prices. id

; We]Wads Specialise o. Neon In Signs All ,',mxP 4 I Secretary. 1 I GRADUATIONand . 4 This: i ian opportunea'! '** for>mi! IJuy your piflmm at lr<>iiiinloii<* wtiii. ""

-I.. -ad Lighting. Stripping (...-) as wr r..i-.Ir the .e, 1 l i iI for Mollu-r"- Hay', "Hatlu'>, CJra; IuaU- ., llridr*, (Jr; .M nis, llaitii i-. of Honor
>:....*.(!.. .Ullk %.jrKry I '' I liowcrIJirlliilaj'. and AnimtT arie-!'*. lUIS TilE TIMK:, and
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". l 4 .r.r.ala ;; ...... ......... I i ;' ><. '. Heat Men >
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: t" mm* *\\K MOKAUTOMOBILE :\ ICeeee..e..o'Everrthl.g t* Pleas Fet roLLOCIv\S (Ql'LITJEWELERS, IS THE: PLACE, !! nil)' tae ami Sa r:
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:3f .t I Specialty' I Mude-lo-Measurv '' ; Guttrtinlvc, of (Quality Accompanies,

eU f Drug,I LEON I f t f ;xI i Onr Regular:

- Slot f s, 1 Article I'tlI-e'lltsI thc Stl"l( f.s If I'urchmtiil

.; I W* fill all prescriptions when Shoppe"The I Ij from ,- Every
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.u your old car starts giving you::>> I At Onr Regular;
&.. trouble j Store of Beautiful lJDgerieNI i; J@t I

:t W. carry a complete line cf!I 619 DUVAL STREET PHO E 1359 I $1995 x 4 r5liccial
- : Brake Parts.Ignition.Gas Fitting. I t l< I
q .. Spark Plugs. Fan Belts. .\rnmt'mt'nhIa) :\ HeI
c .4t. SERVICE . Sruulut Is ,Slother' Day J I ; )
.4to AT YOUR I
: .M.nlr I On) PnrchaM.--

I I:, .. PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 1178 BeautifulSELECT U 0 MI I s'; 'I'lio-: t-11hu.lre. "Caught: ."
.t T ft c $ In iiftMrcii. l'a>Ia>,

JANE J and SHINE I A GIFT for HER that She Will Appreciate I I I Ii
Ml BERTHA STREET I .1 I (;truiid Selection/ of I II t __ We Reserve the Right '
BLOUSES tll! Styles i to LIMIT Quantities

All colors i Which Is Fair-Tl-dc
and I SKIRTS e.lll Sizes I LINGERIE t j I t"; ( (Price Set by the Manufacturer)

1Juut i ii I Can Not Be Included In This Sale


W nw........' ....M- LINGERIE-the New I I Ii POLLOCK'S
w' owe ... .. ..... N Styles .\elr .* Shades i
ee.Y..I .......v........ i ii Q U -R LIT I Y J
'.... .. .... gee led Nightgowns Slips Panties Robes House Coats l ii i }
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Beautiful f HandkerchiefsAlso II i .
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! 1114 DivUioa 8U. Cor. VarelaFHONC I "When It's New and Stylish You Can Usually Find It Here!! I ,
i ITT . FREE DELIVERY Look In Our Windows.eeeeee.eeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeee.eee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeecc- - One of Key We?* OldetIt prp/pr:4/ : 0

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f MAY, 1948
PACE SIX '. .THE .KEY. WEST, ... CITIZEN. .. ': -
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Red Sox Beat Detroit ,.LOCALS TO-PLAY' ST. -.,Harris School'DefeatsPoinciana -. : ;

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With Stephens' Homer : PATRICK'S- TOMORROWS 1 t School, 29-5 OnpatlS

St. Patrick's high, school of Mi-f
IS SPONSORING AnuAL'1 How Stand ami Beach tomorrow at 2.30: in'' ONLY HOMER OF DAY;j Seek DivorcesPetitions
I: They ; City Recreation I ; 'j
BALL FOR the Key West Municipal
Sta-I ALSO' GETS; 4 OTHER:; seeking! divorces were '
CANIZAT10N ,Major Raftehall League! I dium Flagler avenue. i, f filed yesterday in the office of Clone...T
I'F 11 This will be the last baseball ProgramWeek I Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Saw-
;') .. ........,.....t :I AMERICAN i game to be played this season''': 1| SAFETIES I It yer by Elva J. Evans against
NEW YORK. May 6-Button !!, ,Club- W. L. Pet' : of :3 Inclusive F. Evans Joseph M
r :by the locals and they are meet- May to 9. :: Yesterday afternoon at Bay Benjamin ; ---
: Red Sex wen 4-3 from the Detroit Cleveland 63 6671 ing a team that has a three won' II view Park in the City Recrea-*:Ragouts against Liube Bere- ---
. ,:, Philadelphia! __ 85 .615 and loss re--ord. !I 'zince Ragouis by James Allen
Tigera with Stephenspounding no
New York _____-..- 75 .583 St. Patrick's has beaten Red- f SOFTBALL tion Department's Junior Soft- Mudd against Betty Louise Mudd;
a homer' in the llth .Boston _ --.?_---_.76 .538 lands twice and St. Anthony.s''I BayrUw Park. Night :! ball League supervised by Mrs. : by Merit W. Davis agaimt Lyn- CARLOS' Market
I inning far the Sax win. Trout St. Louis .. .. -.. -. 5 5 .500 once. i j TONIGHT- ;|Jane Hopkins Whidden, thei j} dia Corrine Davis
was the? luaing. pitcherWaHmglon I I Detroit ___ 6 9 .400 The Shamrocks of St Patrick's'' First Game-Adams Dairy vs.Bob's .; Poinciana Elementary School fLEMING STREET
have QA"
second place They 76We
I & Senators wnn I--0 Washington __ 6 7 .462 are coached by Chuck Guimento''1 Sport Shop. in OUD
i HarrisSchool's William Street
by Corner
team was
i four and lost two.
from the Ch-ieaco White Sox in Chicago u.__._..__ 3 8 .273 The starting lineup; for the visitors | ,Second Game-Driftwood vs
\ roller The score when Division
I steam Saturday morning
a night\ tame with righthanderMastenon l is: I Naval Hospital. ;
applying the whitewash I NATIONAL t Braham. Ib, ,. .. !was 29 to 5. si t meets Harris at 9:30 amm Handle ONLY. the BestGrade WESTERN MEAT
.s FRIDAY they will both be fighting
> ,
brukhIn Clark es. Poinciana made 2 runs in the of
V7. L. Pet
the National League<<, the Pittsburgh'Club- .___._ 94 .69% Braun 2b, -. \t I I First Game-Adams' Dairy vs j. first. when Bobby,, Solt drove a: hard vision to wins come, it out will on make top.a If tie Di-in o REEF e PORK LOINS ROAST { '

Philadelphia nib>> won a one New York ____h_ ._-_ 9 6 .600St Duffy 3b, -f *.. r VFW. !' double to{ left field to'bring in the League. This is likely to be
sided victory from Chieago Cub Louis ._. __u____ 7 5 .583 .Perper, c, t. I Second Game. -Elks vs. Naval I! Ronald Pinder. Then Jim Mc- the deciding game in the League Grade "A" T-Bone Steaks
13 to 9 but Io5t the service ofhnolbuy. hospital.SATURIIAY
cf.Dohoney :
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Brooklyn 7 7 .500 Division each have
Harris and
Craw hit to i
u got bring
> Rowe. 38-yearoklveteran If, ; j a
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7 8 4C7Cincinnati
Philadelphia after -
I for the second run. Donald one more game play
when a line drive frayturtd _ _____ Nolan, rf, ; UJSJS Driftwood.'. I
7 9 .438 i Medregal vs. will match with
the thumb of the old-time h Stuart, '-* Bethel, the pitcher. Karl Keir- :. .Hams *ALL INGREDIENTS for SOUSE
Boston _____ 69 .400 p. !stad and. Robert Routh made the Po'nciana the following Wednes- _CHEESE EGGS:
moundsman.Pittsburgh Breakfast BACON -BUTTER
Coach Nathan Pepper has an-
t Pirates made it six Chicago ___ ______ 59 .357 nounced the following'lineup for : JUNIOR SOFTBALL '1 other three. Bobby almost clocked J''t i day. May 19.
straight by edging out the Bus- the locals: :' : BayvUw Park. Afternoonand > a homer but Division was too
Brave 32. Ifixbe i quick and he was out at home Complete Line of BIRDS-EYE Frozen Foods
ton Kirby was Softball Leasiie Solomon. 3b, Morning Good
j jCIcss Your Grocer SELLS That
plate. ; Fresh
' rrrditrd with the win. Cinrin- Anguira, as.Ilenriquez . : WFDNESDAY 'j ".
nati Red stupnrd a thrft"- me "A" Ih :' I 1 Afternoon : i For Harm School speedy little STAR BRAND
lacing streak by defeating the ..Club- W. L. Pet j I Fleitas .t. game.' i Jose Hernandez in six-trips to
j Line cf
\ Complete
_. 3 0 1.000 '. ; : plate 4 runs and! so_did: ANIEBICAN QUICK
New York Giants 5-2. Hob's Sport Shop --- : Hig enbotham, rI, _, :i' ; 9:30 A.M.-Division:Street the. made; COFFEE I FRYERSCUTUP
Box scot.* are aa fallow i Vet of Foreign Wars 2 1 .667 Rodriguez..If, - :Hams School! .vs.'I j j'I', Harold Solomon Qeo Lashes, and CUBAN ";.1rI: l-I OZEN
AMERICAN LEAGUE Adams Dairy _- 1 1 .500 Perez, cf, '.. :1 1030:: AM.Junior,High t!Dan Navarro. Richard SalgadoJoe : -Try. A Pound Today- '..v n" oou S READY for the FRYING PAN
It 11E SubRon 4 15 .166. Irrgrahara, 2b, Grade| Pineda the manager Gil-
Annex Girls vs. Eighth i j
Detroit 3 11 1 Class Ogden. bert Gates, the pitcher, each .
Boston 481 I Club- W. I. Pet pGAMRLING :. Girls. I came in for three runs. Jerry . .

Trucks. Trout and Riche: Par- Elks\ Club __i._ ____.___ ___ 2 0 1.000 J ENDS TENNIS I Pita had one. q- I' : -.....,._- t'l-: ;;: .. = - -" --
Hell. Durish. Kinder<< and TH- Kantor Men's Shop 1 1 ..500Nival I II Julio HenriqueZi Harris catcher -
(Continued From Pare One)
Utlv: !i Hospital( 0 1 .000 Bayview Park. Afternoonand 'and a good fitter, made five for
I InilE I Driftwood Club-__.__ 0 1 000()( frightened of the state inspectors Night :his team including the only homer -
.. that are reported to be in .
DAILY- .of the day.
Chicago ,_ 042 I A club- Junior W. L. town Hall ,today." said one official at City City tournament. t This kept Harris School in the I SMITH'SLJ I
8 9 1 I Junior League lead with 5 win-
Washington _____ 4 1
Harris School : I' The fact that four city police still
loss. Division> is
Moulder, Judson Braile and 4 2Poinciana BASEBALL :ners and one :
I Division Street School men and a deputy sheriff drew .
Itohinson; Mastrrson and Earl, School 0 5 Municipal Stadium. Afternoon j .
widespread attention to Key
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I West; the fact that there was a '1 SUNDAY I SKATJNG
NATIONAL LEAGUE .!! In 1D47 for the first time on state convention in the qty at : First Game-Sound School \sJ i. Bayview Park. Night
_4 record! the average U. S. produc- the time as the former law en- Pirates. FRIDAY LJ GROCERY
Philadelphia 1313 9 15 2 1 [tion per cow was more than forcement officers were arrested .----J,j l, 7:00 to 9:00 PJ.T Children's

.-(Chicago.Rowe_ Nahm.. Heusser andSeminick 5,000 pounds of milk. made it worse?* ._ _.skating-:---party -: =

; ; MrCalU I Wade Kusht; .:-.. : ", i 1201 Corner WHITE STREET HASTINGS C. SMITH PHONE 1 18
DoUrnlc :and Mi-Cullough. l| H of Catherine Street Proprietor'
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t. Boston RHE 391 290 3 I SPECIAL SALE of Del MONTE FOODS
I PttUlHirth
Sain and SalVeM, Riddle. llifite -

t and KJut .. nilE% i I i DEL All ? 7.E COFFEE Limit fTilli Grocery Order Ib. 49c

Nrw Yon k 2 S 1 571 = DEL MONTE NO. 2VZ CAN t NBC
Junes Lie, Trinkle and We* :< '
trum; |Vter.>n_and Lamanno. 1 :, j I' FRUIT COCKTAIL 33c

: Doiililchenilcr I| : ; ii i| DEL MONTE NO. 2M, JAR E y CrackersDe

Softball Tonight a - I Luxe PLUMS 29c f. *: 27

= DEL MONTE No. 2*z Size
In the. first game<< of Softball
tonight, the Bab's Sport Shop A PEACHES 29c PAPER (0,Count Packages:
will r"bat.. with the Adams I' I . . can
jprfiry and the Sport Shop boys 8 :_: NAPKINS 1 1 . . . 2 for 25c
1 hat 0 nut lost a !game as yet and I DEL MONTE WHOLE KERNAL 12-Oz.Site
...Adams have won one and lost I 1028 Division Street Phone 1080
t one so far Dob's will probably I CORN . . . 2 cans 31c CRISCO . 3-lb. tin sl19
use Hancock with Castro on the
receiving end and the Dairy boys .
will start Sue- Griffin and Frank - ORE FT. pkg. 28cRINSO
J lg.
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Sands (The Groom) on the receiving | DEL MONTE Golden Cream-Style No. 303 Sue

Marine Driftwood end hospital Club in will the meet"second the GAUZE TISSUE i 2 rolls 15c CRISCO . . . 3 lbs. T5 I c= Bantam CORN 2 cans 35i- 1 . . la o. p ka. 3 tiC-

tame Both of these clubs have 1 1ac.t 1 DEL MONTE Whole Peeled No. 2 Sire:

one Illmetu the the standings.loser wiu CROSSE: fc BLACKWELL 14-Oz Size .ALLEY No. 2/i Size 1 White POTATOES
drop to the cellar in can 19c OXYDOL. .lg. pkg. 35l-
.Richard Perec will hurl for the' 3 _

Drift wotid Club and. Martin for CATSUP . . . btl. 21c PEACHES . . . can 25c I GRAPEFRUIT U-Os Size
the<< Hospital bays.The I 33 Quart Bottle

7.30: p. m.first. and name the' second will start at 9;00 at STANDARD No. 2 Size LIBBY'S 1 H JUICE . .' . . 2 cans 25c BLEACH . . 2 for 25c

p m. TOMATOES cans 25c Garden Sweet PEAS can 19c == No. 5 Size CUT-RITE -
(Continued From Pace One) | TOMATO JUICE can 15c WAX PAPER..roll 25c
local community listed but in the FRANCO-AMERICAN Tall Size PETER PAN 12-OZ. JAR _

state, nation and foreign coun. 1 Extra Standard No. 2 Sue HAPPY ISLE-In Syrup No. 2VS Can I
tries. that the Key SPAGHETTI..2 cans 25c PEANUT RUITER. . 29c. TOMATOES 2 tins 25c
West Knight office reported had placed 103. including -I, : I l APRICOTS . . can 21c

2) veteran<< in jobs during 1= -
April. However, there were. I SILVER COW MAGNOLIA CONDENSED :

271. including. 125 women still.setking of LIPTON ICED TEA D REFTLarpt E:1- MILI( 13c MILK\ 21c i
Jobs at the' beginning I c. can . . can i
is encouraging employers -
to list all job openings feu! 5 A Complete Line of Extra Fancy: FreshTomatoes F-.ncy Florida 8-Ib. Mesh Bag I
Service so t COMBINATION ,
with the Employment

many they may well qualified avail themselves school!'graduates of. TEA 29c ''I 2 Ibs. 25c GRAPEFRUIT 29l-

who will be seeking em-' FRUITS and
1-4 Pound 27c TEXAS YELLOW Fancy CaliforniaLEMONS
within the next several
pluytm werks. Job orders and applications I oris!< avor' DOG FOODCALO ,_ VEGETABLES ONIONS 2 ]Ibs. 25c doz. 19c
for jobs should be made at {! = at -
the Florida State Employment U.S. No. 1 MainePotatoes Juicy: Fla. 8.Ib. Mesh Bag
Service office at 314 Simonton', flat FACTORY-PACKED Popular

.street, Job orders will be taken .. \.! never I Prices 5 IBs. 19c ORANGES 1 . 29c
.1 <
0t.lrphone 489. Sugar Slbs.44c 2 Tall ySc i

Can* mmm mj I I. C 0 I urt'e I ALL-SWEET CLOVERBLOOM s
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BROADWAYCIGAR STORE6101)tttial MEATS: TENDERIZED' ;,I; 0 LEO Shop Any at Cut Smith's Cuban for or Ist-Quality American Style Meats EGGS In CartonsPicNic fa- 59c I

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LEAN \ POUND HAMS BUTTER 84c . Ib.I 59c 4 to (..II.. \verag! ,- I

: 45C
POUND49c R 0NOPS or ID. 79c LB.


Cigars and Cold : LEGS..Ib. 59c Whole! Tenderized 8 to 12-lb. Ave. SKINLESS I

Soft Drinks ROATS 59c JI CHOPS. . lb. 79c HAMS POUND 65c Franks LB.39( K

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVE/ !, jWe Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities;

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May Day Festival B -Division Street ,Kiwanis Club I I bers of the Law Enforcement Sawyer' .: -i.__: _ _ ". ..- __ _" .- - I -.- - -,----- - -': ;.--,.--, : --- ', --:_ #H'-:
1 I Committee of Arthur .
Meets Post 28t nf..the American Legion? '
School Is Set For TozlSrrosv5; Joyce : TonightI I I, The ;

Valcnzucla Queen,Mario Ito rte KingThe formed At a Kiwanis meeting Club of in the Delmon-newly I 5:30 Stock p. m I
ico's Restaurant at 6:30: tonight
annual May Day Festivalof Dolly, Dance by Grade Three two representatives will be named discussing I I.
the Division Street School will pupils, under Teacher Mrs. Arn' to meet Friday with the mem- Key West._ ,
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be bed 4 cock tosm crow after old. -- --
noon on the school grounds. I i I I Seven Dwarfs Grade Three .
Joyce Yalenzu will be'd pupils under Teacher Mrs. Arn ; ..
queen of the festival! and Mario ,
Roque will be the king. I!old.Alice.Blue Gown-Grade Three ..
-al under Teacher Mrs. Arn- EEMEMBE ,
Attendants to the ro> pair" punils ,
will include.: Daniel Acasia, Sarai old. I
Brincman.: Dcanna Archer<< San- Schottische-Grades Four, Five' i -JING 1 ST. at Simonton Street TELEPHONE
dra Talor. DoMeritt, Ed- and Six, under Teachers Mrs.
ward Curry Fay Williams DianaFernandez Whiting, Miss Cochran.; Mrs. Coffee ; .
Tommy Arrasmith.1 ti' Mrs. Hardaway. Mrs. Cabot., EXT SUNDAY IS HER FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
franklin Hernandez.' Daniel Gar-!!!!Mr Evans Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs.j i
ria, Lorezo BancoHf.Sylvia Mate-i!I!Mullmaux. Mrs. Michler, and "" -- -
rovich, Mary n ITC'k.! Diane Miss Sands. i
Pushy and Anna Rae Higgs. I I i Winding of the May Polo- -- \ iI
The following program has; Pupils of Grade Fivf-A, under I i
been arranged for the event, to;,Teacher Mrs. Hamilton. I II wI 5 Leg
hKh the public is invited. : I I I! Recessional. j ji va N ?
c..rouwl-D..nce. % pupils of j i & .. '
Grade Two. under Teachers Mrs.i There are 6,000,000 farm fami-, to
Jones !of rs. Doughtry and Mrs.. lies in the United States.immmoaamuamm. !

:;omrfS. Dnre by Grade Two I : i I I Potato . to make the day more'for Mother ire hare fanned
pupils Umuet,, untkT- Te rVr! Mrs. Sumen. STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE' Sale! this m....... JT/l/i if ice offer the needed items al S.'tl.E 1'rice!
S...edi' .. Folk Dane? bv Grade I.I I TRIUMPH COFFEE I II Dorothy Gray WEATHER HOT arro sBroccoli
Three pupil under Teacher Miss :
inder. I I MILL Regular For <_...y A
Spring< Dance 'bv Grade Three at 82.00 Size Limited Time O
PUP1JI.: under T..3t'IU Miss Robert : All Grocers !I Relishes

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Wm. N Knowles, Prop. f I : Mil. AD ,

MS William/ Street so et kcrnR of ET ,.' THEDIVISION frsgu4 1 0 e .

c'' Hat ycu will find the foods that go to make your ;i 1 1114 STREET I !: Ho. 303 Can ARMOUR":; 1948 ,
F Ik
O) Corner Yarela Street I
meals | success.THEY ARE THE BEST QUALITY Corn 19c
.t tb. LOWEST: PRICES. consistent with trend of the market. I Prescriptions Called For and
0' LAMB 65c
LEG i.
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__ FRUITS and VEGETABLES__' I: You Always Do Belter When BEANS 19c


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plc jK HAMS LB. 47cTALI


: A
at 59c
I : I i ; IN CARTON .
=: Pie .
The public Is invited to compare our -Making _
:9r with those Super Markets and Chain
I will prove you always do better when! you : !

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.. I Fresh! Shipped., Drracil and Drawn ; . . . lac ..

Quantitas'u\ -
2'/ to 3

eal? d :. Spare Small Lean Meaty Ribs POUND 45c PORK ROAST CHOPS l; ;t pl'i;; Gin jjt' RODUCE

fAL ,
u.s. Grade A Round Tabl -
No. 1 flat Can -- -

STRAW86RRXScttttituijUaiiic STEAK Ib. 75c NU 2 for 29c CARROTS 2 Bns. 29c

-, \.. ice CREAM Grade A Large Shipped Wilson's HEAD .

,-,-- ( MAY'S FLAVOR-OF, -THE-MONTH EGGS DOZ. 54c HAM No. 2a Can
*. lI rearebiltredripeberriesd EVAPORATED Plums 19c I I 2 for 29c

and golden cream at their
on best...blended to the deli-

.: _; ciounmootbnessthacmakest Scaliest so famous. Tale MILK. . S 3 t s CI cancer I. TOMATOES 2 lb. 29c

some borne: often in th* Libby's Cream-Style No. 2 PAPER 23e '

o","TI': 1'\. T. .....It... \111... ....r. Handy J Pint'(-H Package.larrlHK C"II"willi. CORN 1 can 19cHUNT'S for SCISSORS : Celery 2 STALKS 15c
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F.e ,rot.. 7 .r. sae P. M, \\"1nu. .
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r STOP and SHOP at j L Heavy Syrup Size Long I:

1 2 27 '
4 Ii t cans {
LiCEi d CENTER :\ Libby's PEACH l-lb. Jar

PHONE 4 Preserves. 26c T ,. ._ ....... ....
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Duval l anil --- - -
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: 91I 4 I ,," #__ _ [We_Reserve the Right _to Limit I I Quantities _-'WO n _.-_- _
Angela .
4 Assorted 14-Oz. BUs. -

..3 t7i hrCIA \ 4 4 4 1 lp'.2 for f 29c I LUX : : ; I'I

4 L L II I

4 4 JUICE 2
4 .
Quality Foods Are What 4 4 4 I .,


1 1 t Everybody Wants s'I'!! 4 4/ SUGAR . . 5

Fancy FRUITS and \ SA
I No. 1 YELLOW U. S.

I ORIEN-r--..ars way ,so many thrifty ./, ONIONS t 2 Lbs. 23c T T
women are doing all of then
RESTAURANT shopping at WING LEE'S everyday 'I I !
es KI.KMIX. VTIIKFTT' Fresh Large
\ llatal irr.t they SHOP HERE and : ,
Q..4, and ."rated by the SAVE on Food! Big varieties! of TOMATOES 2 Ibs. 29c
Lt'arallJ' National Brands of Foods are always F
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TJo. Oalv ;: on hand hero--they only
n"'U' !:I:Hrjr-ul.. ..:-+\\TaR.tT..t willingness await your to selection start NOW and to serve your Phone Orders Accepted NOW at Your dealers. .
fT(1T :your family healthy foods that in the HEW
4 %MKHir%% '
k LUNCHES & DINNERS. will be a delight to their palatI : PICK-UP 6 TODAY METAL CARRIER
aer.N Maly fr* >- /
c--.. all Iran \ ."."" GROCERIES. FRUITS and
.F.VEcciABLES I -Erery Big U.,ltle Serres You 12 Delicious Ounces
I We Cater to Parties DAIRY PRODUCTS : "The Store That Serves I
; Weddings and Banquets WESTERN MEATS ;! 814 Fleming Street I ny. Leng Island City N. Y. BCI ned ty: :PepSI'Cola Bottling Co.of Key West.Phone Sei "
I lOur Stor Closet .t 1 P.M. Every Thursday! t. We Reserve the Right:; to Lilil --
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PROMPT FREE. DELIVERY a and i at the '
Grad "A" GertrnzaentInspcctedWntcrn -Grade! "A" Gavernment-Inspected YOUR NEEDS BROADWAY
HOl'M:( : 11 fir fmUJlN\ I'Ol'M: I'OUIND
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SWIFT'S SIIIKIII.: POUND Try Shopping at the Broadway A Week or Two..Notice the Difference in the

Breakfast B ACON In Piece .4 3 ..- Goodness of Your Meals.\ ..and THE RELIEF IT BRINGS TO YOUR BUDGET!!!!! ICO


TONGUE . . 39c BRAINS . . 25c I PRODUCE I II '
FFEE HrpuJar-Drip-Gla'"niakcr 49c


|IN )."m"lfl, 10 Ibs. 49c WHITEHOUSEAPPLE
E G G S Durkees CIiI
-4 -TEXAS YELLOW JUICE 3 No. 2 cans 15c


ij ijt ,. BAG . .
RK1ICROAST. o '- -- - --< -
LOIN END 49cTENDER 1, - --

!1 LIVER. . . 39c SPARE RIBS 4&%I "A" Grade LMJGK SlIII'I'I'l)--GlKAIVI: % 'KKDEGGSin --MEATS--

PURE LARD In Cuilon, . . IH1UNI 29'g i Carton DOZ. 55c ( "fIf,' .-.1", Irt 1-:1:
Del MOM Donald Duck WELCH
TOMATO. .It-Ch I ( ,(:kin f:nAPEIRUrro! 2 Size ,,i Cherry Preserve OXYBOLI

t JUICE . . 26c JUICE 3 cans 13c I Jar Pound 33e OR }'ouF: TenderBEEF

Del Monte ORANGE JUICE 46-Oz.Can 28c Ripe Olives PACKAGE e
r0 Pint 9cFRENCH.S 35c Lea? .1lt'ltySPARE
WALKER'S 303 Size; Cans Can
BEEF STEW and VEGETABLES......2 for 49c. RIBS LB.45C
Black Pepper Camay Soap .
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