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 18, 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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An owlinanre providing for the WASHINGTO, Way IS-Federal .: f CONVERGE FOR PAUESTIINE
tteUurtttmrf\ the chief uf police I
Judge 'o1dsborough today Ii i [
<4 drvirea or a-ppaiatu* cum :
set aside the ))judgment .against
uard for gamblufe
manly pur-
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will be introduced at to. John t.. Lea'.irrfh{( United
prates TEL-A VIV. May 13. The,
M.hf. meeting the City Com : Mine Wo rketyp'Ariierica. .
i 'a walled city of Acre. which bad i as.aPALESTINE
nia .s.4t.The J He took that.action on a motion .
that been awarded. the .Jew jiv the: 2eR.1
inMrfure provides JI {
made by J jtonjey .General i II
upun runvtrtjoo ol the person ar I United Nations partition Palestine -
Tom Clark, wfro bald that the
anxstod for violation of t _
lneM \ last November 29. surrendered {
the amblu>c law. the judge of goveflU11e.atdid\fi''nftt.wish to press
Mwturtwl I Court shall issue a k the .case'berg wr i miners had today after: two days'

wiittea order the police. chief ,returned :ta woVftV; d were now bardment by Jewish 'bom-1

ta destroy ume in the presence 0 ,( \ lt iflacity. He - Hagana communique said.
producuj7 t.\\t\Q. _.
U the City Clerk ,. \ .radded' %%P tvirepaut. The communiquealso.. .
ij&i t operators .
the and
Amunc other measures to be A CROWD OUTSIDE the 'Watluagten office.o1'teJ.wisk:! ,: Agency for Pa1e as then that, in another sector. the Jews r taw..
InliMiurrd taught will be: Lewis are scheduled to begin a. 'is.raised late Friday on ihe occasion::0..1' the 'prcclamaHcn of the Provisional Jewish govern- .
ItopeeJ of ordinance which: series of ,conferences( June 30 ; opened floodgates and drowned
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menl in Palestine. The ourl correspended the termination of the Palestine British mandate., '
make* it ""La.'ul'ur. any period to draw up a new contract. i i 200 Arabic soldiers. -
or peratNi club. aoctety to give - Hagana further Said. tb thI:
R. POWELL) The operators Monday stated -
of .hold entntatnmcnt or attend any of ball deg or : that.thgy :would,not consider I Cabanas Fined] OFFICEkBADLY 4,000 Arabs, in Acre wCTO; colt:; N Lat.JoeDw.
public any NAVAL
'propc.-sals Ui:increase further: teAarS
a: midnight Saturday" to i any i tured and held asprisoners ef ht
en tpltun Air'Line Head' I the miners'"' wages .or the amount
within. 1.000Irrt war. /
midnKht Sunday
r of pensionS.set up for them. '! $150 For Liquor t
i4 a I reported an Egyptian
Lewis had been fined 20000. '
of an ordinance to pioidr -. < ,Fred ids Great I i and the .tine against' the union j 1 1I INJURED army and TranWordan. force
and Sales To MinorJudge \
% anal the opening optrat.tea totaled.$1,400.000. Kid conversed; 22 miles from Palestine l IMfL1

ft ntMtton picture shows on I ,_ i I and had begun n marchto
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8wndy **... ptovtding for the , Growth'ForFla.: ; ; n TT 4.1 r r : join other Arabic )tingents.It .
rtaa. ... pwtufva! u.c.l on Sunday ." ".. I Motor\ Vehicles Hilary Albury of IN CAR UPSET we* also said that_Arabs has I .,., ? I1
ami pimidtAjt fur the cUw. of JACKSONVILLE 4apri.t 111..1 CourV lcrda'y' fined Qabricl captured the old Jewish. quartet I i

11 we.* raid tM\ Sunday and theM..I Ft..May 1 I Cabanas proprietor of, the in Jerusalem and had control\ 'Q (AP Wuephoio Maa,
**A prediction that Florida -w To DC Sold Here
.f a part of the receipt : j Club 900 at Simonton and Olivia rLt. (1tataiek bufferx. Hruk* two central streets in that city.
d ginotl. to experience even ARMED FORCES of four Afc
Stf. chat Habit in.titut kwt I .
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"Na I An Jerusalem kill
and explosion
sheets $ISO and costs a in
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Vi.AN u. wdwame iwejMWie amending ta piwtkle a pro-fortianfnriAj ,. 1&01\& growth, waj,.made in today poj> by DyWAAAjrcnlsWar val sailor amount, less. the Manlejo t Bitten j i 'en .1..-js Anil, lo!-iblc' ed two Arabs and. wounded 2iilagana : nation (arrows) Lsbea .. ,
I % reported.Jews Trajw-Jordaa andwere' Hlypt
sufficient amount Leah IL Powell Ji*. ptTsvtoiit of! tttots, in conn'cLivn.with. &alc l Syria I
[ a j f; Skull Fracture: In AcciUni in this celrbratcd thcppturc .
city reported wow
Ira* the a ." son*'ma anWMmMt4jtrU the wiydfiress$rboard Airfare Air Line the lUulrtMd.kl Jacksonvilte A&>et< Arlunntratio sill I and consumption' of liquor: ,by? --a , :By His Own; Dog; of Acre which is cur Palestine border SatuM.t.FgypUaa .
IwiUttte a of DeirtfttT > ..
offer 129; motor vehicles% and minor. ; '
4 sidered of great strategic Impor
Charaber of Commerce. I ii pla&e (symbol) barb.
.lit II>I eaprndiuUm IM7 to thaN are account.ta a ealttM , t..f11s 1 luncheon speech at the I trailers for sale 1. to:World War II I II I i The sailor- was Alexander IL 'GocsToIIospilalNemt "' i! ante in the objectives, the Jew ed Tel Aviv capital of new fc-
oUu.pp"ritv buyers
veterans' Lt James If Chatwick.
here Dorman admitted that he had'f j USN have set out to.attain. . '
of apprvprtaUMna. Uaiik.werrote. todaY'1 and dealers, Friday. May 21. at, lof reel: Jaw reported Arab AeeajvndexUaed ,
A rt..4utM. >ft allowing. a ..kklW'. tyWf'JlJh.] -k'd the combination of I Building{ :No. T-115, ,Miami Air f made several t.fCort: to buy I liquor : Mantejo. who lives at the USS Mcdreca1: a ubniar- S. I. ) ..... wed far yejae i ,
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f.rmnHtn. in the Mint of |.iOO tin pdvasta| which. enable F1 k rids( Depot : although he knew he wa> 't mfg is on the" critical list at Naj j AbscnleoVotesAbsentee : ad hat thevpepuiatem i. of Jewish + .
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"offer I 4 "t'ir I 506; Amelia street, severely : "
to :
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and t1rG LbielpSuu1bi'ts( 9 "a"result aft
the prreuttal piooorty awetee4fc : Offered exclusively' to W' rkl under aa. Judge Albury wa:; : vaHospital as of riar Ztaioa ktadei sdt jlr 1
the name of Lois Bunto. 933for I, utlptaF tshportuniy>> \ tn,.1"8 : 'Wa ,vetertruat| : t\tojpd pncw,I('nq".peUcd..tP-IRi.t P) )15uAsd4the .bittco-toy "his uwn'tho: yes lei dayaftcinoon I automo&ile i! >. accident in Routevent -"l hid;)lose "a LpQ An 'h A.-

c. P iiu. r-stasi 1Ae'ytai 1441.C t -X;. ...' 1tislribttting, : uraC-1'I will lajttttttesfehi pas<:enger,I terms of "a*"lily brduiaocespecifically ( "i.r. ftc\ required attention -I. --A boulevard<;- * 'at 2:45 a. m. to- ,'' CasfT otii grow Shaded are ..epretent peepoeed . {!
.... htd will be opened a., ..u : "' of doctor at Municipal r ,
A. < vehicles., six,:\-jceife, 17 motor ordering that as the a ; day-. I II ;Jewish state approve*! t' tUthl by? theCity! C.elott>*lott scooter 10 wagons three sentence. Hospital. : I I in thq election -
station minimum balloting UnIt .Nation General AMemblr -
for tww label tnjHa. '- I I EmaftDicsAl t'' ',:! motorcycles!f and two motorcycles -I Cabanas tacitly admitting the M,anlejo. who works in the I I Lt. ChatM ick suffered a broken i'I May 25: will.cet under way in'partition plan whtea baa. I

.. I with side C1tJ.'f: sale of liquor said the bartender. Subnvrinc Base gut home from Ildt! Ice and! severe head injuries, tomorrow in of County I
) HoardiJcjMirlsTonighl i The location, wf the vehicles Manuel Roerslad:: ,read Dormans -, 'work about' 20 minutes before S poibfbly; a 'ratturcdskull; !I' Judce Raymond R. Lord it not beta Implemented. The !
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aNttttar ( I I. Miami .I Hospilal I and other. article in the- Key identification in Spanish'and 'o"clock'yeletday.: lie'' wend out|f A According! to City Patrolman E.+]t tt I was announced today. l .xact area of the new Mae e4 1

West arer are ft,lftcJJ. S. Naval it made the man over 2L into ,.t&: :jfacd: : when; he had" a.I I fI HcrnaRdcz he received: a call' The balloting: must end on Israel,has not been delia. ,1r

{ ) :'Wir1Laret rrrrrved here today t Air Station; U. S., Submarine Cabanas was fined $150 and costs.' large dobennan: pincher: in a I : !I Friday, so there will be only
from Eduie Russell of the Palm
of: Jhe' <<.death of Edward Smart. t Base: Boca CWta"\ Field and! and his license was suspended lor cage to. let .the .animal q out (oran three days in which to cast abfntce lllrs.J"... G.llttrvl ;:
5 The fity 'llanninsak. Coraniliiii, I Mrmonal i ital. Mi- I f from 8'jw'' 4:30 p. m. Tho dog immediately' leaped| t had lust then gone off Koo&cj j $1.000 and a sentence: up' to a Named; '

.. nH Umant and will tub, aDl.I;!O a.. m. today. .M his I f ach Hay through Thursday, May I .. DA V MEETS T ,tonight .i the CityOmuBtaMon I .legs ,and J back. Manlejo' ; '
gal a report station arms ballot
In this six
Samuel 20. area arc or
his misusing
b\oiid V was son. anyone
< about lU'.W.Mrs.
went to Florida;
evciil t matters The { >f Dihablcd attracted a neighbor ji j
on Smart, of 14 C Porter place/who : wagons: 18 trucks. 15 molor'scooters. fl'C1chap t screams' found guilty of breaking the voting -
whMli" have U- n pcpduiff before American Vctranwi1l hold a who ran over 'with a revolver a half mile from Stock LJand I
.Ed- three five molor- I laws.
I in\.,10 Miami yesterday.; : jeeps 1 .. WiHiehroM G. Marwy.prominent .
K ) moved to Miami cvrlo,. thrw passenger cars and i meeting tonight!; begmninz: at ;3I H&shot, the animal dead with one.shot and saw the car pet in the ,
ware)1 Smart I 1- Key West elis.oas.was .
Tr* ajueaUi s of. wWher or not sumo tut* go'and made his homeVitiQck I other merchandise.; I o'clock, at 44-1_ ..Pomcian_ Place... through'the. _.!....,:..head.LISTEN .-. ..-.-' ditch named gate reesstlttt. ..e
the Curry -
&. alh. w the tit\iwo of Vetprgnc" priority hewers and - lIe qucstinedwo Naval sailors .
\\f1e : I GRADY cretary of the Florida tVdiiali m
T.allft'lark oil( tleo velt automobile dealers have equal'' t ., L. D_ Swisher and J. VLair..
I-'OK ATTWItM.: ::\I:: LtL of Business a td Prea>MioBiUWoman's
will be followed) by a rcc- opportunities ,,to buy at spot bids I I tl aLo of Ihe MedreKjL They said dubs Setarta. May IX!

uinmytd taua tothe Ci jf Com Returns some 80 ,vehicles'including am- j l they had fallen' asleep, in the cardid PULL .at.closing weasel of Ole. ppWaup.'i

aaswrLi II balances, carriers special purpose I : the .next thing they knew DOWN e-_ 9-A three-day conventmt' M a-.
i Mvtdbrtc.. l c. put forth a After{ Weeks trailers and trucks., I .. f there was: a.trash: and they found LEVER Beach.
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impiovement of iU t ( umpllnient of l-r-U J. t.'Fin
plan luc the Catalogs on this sale may be j them-elves in the ditch I Elected president was M- I
property at Tt'.r.pta. lane and I 1| obtained' at the1 Monroe County j : It was not known then that . .
,EU Vinoik. USN. op- r i Elizabeth Heth of TallafcaMW.Other !
ndr. I
thelldUMunc O 1
t4rrct Tuniftht I . 1 ttfe WIIWUWAaagbLINDSEY -
Carolina aubmlta erktuun officer of Key West' Naval Veterans Service office in the | ' Naval Hospital ambulancehad ,:''mmUllUiIU1lU1UUIIUIHIII1IUI/I/ officers eteOed were ....
Cutnraias.on.will' I II county court hou>e. Information Y taken Lt. Chatwick to the L.
that as Station, returned his deskat '.' I I Frances ThuTWMfi III IfcffaMBeach
"ummendatioa on I the :Administration Building, in regards. them, may be had I institution for treatment Just / first vice puMdiiel..' Mrs.
wield Su4rnartne' Base, today after an by calling 580 or by contactingMr f I how the accident occurred no I I Edna Van Acker ttiumt rats

a ,. if two. weeks during SmelseF ,at Bonamy's cot f one seemed know. The sailors president; Mesa Hetm Km>a of '
;Ab.eptee "* * I said the driver of the machinewas ,
vyhich" he underwent a minor opeLv I tages. >k y SL Peterab u I. third. rice pre -
Palace Theater .1 At.t Naval HospitaL I Lt. Chatwick. t Motor dent Miss Pearl Godw of Jack.
II 1 1I ;onvillc treasurer. Miss Mamte
TraAk SutUrem and Audrey Lan ----I. Rev. Nichols 1I 1t I Voting Machines\ Used Car Dealers Britt of TaI--..... nN'......-

MY 1IE.\ T"' I ing secretary: and lire Sara Lee
I, Call From Church 401 Duval StreetNext Creech of Belie Glade edrtor-u -
: All-Florida Candidate t f I Will Be Viewed I chief of the "Fterida! Biniaa

: Goticld of New to La Concha Hotel Woman.
The RevYir2i1
I I for GOVERNORPULL Dtetnct directors UMrhided Mss
berry Fa_ will preach at both I Every candidate running;: in
I I First Baptist the election May 25 was being ad- TELEPHONE 501 Irene Redstone. Mumfc Mi.aBlanche
services Sunday; .
Justus. Maoana. MrvGcrsha
UPSON DOWN =_ Church by.,invitation of the I vised today by John England su he Shiver. Creacee Cn..
= LCVCR 8-AI I congregation which is seeking: a pervisor of registration
atNK -- Mrs. Either Philup. Ortend";
pastor 4 jo. succeed the Rev. may have an opportunity to observe "IK Buick Super
"' YARD ( |I II MFS. Vida Black Lallelsed|; Mr.
U'MIIKK: machine that
S: 1"UI Elect I I Bronnie fi, Nichols; wh TELEPHONE: 111 ;>tor ff**..a'Y. .PJ; will be viewed by the candidatesin ', Chevrolet Heetuiaslcr .
J I$ Mts. Vera Hall w.a Pali
ii I I FULLER, 'WARREN i iI it I The Revl Mr.Nahols has been'! the. vault of the County Courthouse I Door Sedan Beach.

-'Herf' First Lake Baptist
to '17 Studebaker Key West defecates who coati: p i.
MlUl1.ArU11': *;& 1 I Church of Tuscaloosa Ala He,1 I' buted to the state's ...........
I i Commander Club Coupe
l Ie4iY Key West about
to ?
-xpccts were: MM. Mary Lee Gin ,
|''*N Jlnu. r..a 1'11' rr P..t. June 1. The Rev Mr. Nichols CLOSING NOTICEThe : '47 'I'onliac 8' Mrs. Dorothy Dii tfta; MIL BhM.

\ r -_me to>th'- First Baptist Church Sedanette Felton. Mrs. Claire Arleav .......
-T TV QJf here out of the'Navy He had Appliance Dealers '47 Fraser Manhattan Grace Crobby. Mrs. Aloysta V,-oGoitsnoven

Lea f m; (C -- & 0 eF. f,. fi served,as,chaplain'at Boca Chica : Associaticn Announces Members 4-Door Sedan and Mrs. W e1i uw

T1 ".ll to. M 11 .... I Naval Air Station... < /. the Following i i '47 Ford Sutwr peLuxet Harvey

i! TONIGHT WILL CLOSEEVERY 4-Door Sedan (Choice' pf Two, ) .

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for Sal*! f 'r"'SiJf,.!.t Pr*.rri' .tl.i>. 'atl.d. rer adUeleeM 'I Ii I STATION'W' K W. F 6:15 Clock I (During the Summer ,! '42 Door Mercury Sedan I NOTICE

I\.....iNireur prVo< no I'rea'rlpttous:.I Following the News Martinez Refrigeration Service 4.Door Sedan
l'IIIcSolo) Coupe(} I i CALL TELEPHONE 754 I Hew-1600 OIS YOUR DIAL-Hear '39 Ford Carpenters Local (M wiMhold
. I special meeting at 7sMtomorrow.
(....r w.Ite add. 5th...... .Yates Refrigeration Service a
Convertible Coop May 19th. at UMMI
]1911 Ford tJpMonroe JOHN Julian Appliance Store 4 New Tire and Tug headquarters comer Careia.
l M SPOTTSWOOD Lucas Electric and Elisabeth.
I t TICK TOFtFICEALL ,Mumford Sc Ross
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I Motors lat. AIRLINESPRICE I .. CANDIDATE for SHERIFF Company Radio & Appliance "Featuring Used Cart Quality Only""NO FRED W. WEECH.Presieeiit.VOTEfor t

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RIDICULE AS A WEAPON .";."..... ..''....**.1 f 1
\4e &y mr. t QI'iti n -- ._- t - t Your Horoscope 'COURSE YOU DON'T HAVE TO TAKE IT j ji
sM Went In
...- PaVHaked Dally Euept Sunday, by : Radio Programs. Key I
I .P. Even"the Russians iaoe'beg' to'understand I MAY 18 Today's
L P. AIITJtAJf. Owner aurt PublisherSORMA .* ;. TUESDAY ,1948- i
O.AHTM.11. Xaaacer ..-' '
a,; t Comer Fran Greene n. CtUxa and Ann Betiding Streets -.; that Henry A. Wallace talks too, ........................1.1I vocation indications: : or are strange for a peculiar experi-- Days G*** By t t

Oaly Dally Newspaper la Key. West and much and attaches too much importance ence in environment with some
I I ._ llonro County I Daytime Summary l success attending it. It carries r rl rr ry ** *?$? Tstlu(y r c f

". entered at Key West. Florida as second class matter to what he says. Selected Meted Mew f industry and inventive faculty, <7Y1ea.afe e
? I
I are sreaAtaat et the earns tune MM. MAT ML MMa '
'! MKXBKR: or THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: The Soviet official newspaper-Pravda fay threes frt4tj. faster* .teealtune. coupled with patjence and thrift. J
: TIt. Associated Press I. exclusively: entitled to Far central swttract sw* near. ; Therewill be more wealth than
on Sunday questioned Wallace's right to. fer me MitaMi subtract tws
.*. for reproduction *f all new dispatches credited f
the native will really need for .. WWt sty scutlhalaal tl'.....
!. It or mot otherwise credited In this paper. and. between the United
also the local mews published here. stand as a judge MAT THROUGH MAT 21 the gratification of the simple tardli 1 d ""Sn PAglbti

:: .IIISCKlrTlO RATES States and Russia. That assertion resulted tastes indicated. There is also sites I ... &e y Wett t" tIMOTpa.iJ I
.111.0 good fortune by marriage. NWismT ee111tecaNr
One Tear
_'" Yla JI\JIa Lee from the publication:jnJKussia of a let- ':00=Reneysteo laBreakfast N. '1'__ .*J affla MftW. OTlpr f Ill \ 4

. rare. slenths 1.7S Wallace had sent to Premier Stalin. CJ.I&k .w . t
>M Made . '1, .. - _, Loa ter ':1 -Baniara FoRte*-* LEGALS away. watt a*> snare h C tb votttar ..
\"**"IF .15 . In'7th same editorial that,took Wallace Osark Vailer Folk-* cal Sala ad .ptaaas tikti

: RATES"A Pravda declared that the M-tt Fred. Baring Shew-eh* ..... ti-/fll .... UM ADVERTISING :
to task Far Too-cba
yg 8TlrJo; r DKR trrrrtot !
Made Knewn .a'AppUcatleit Story Dram* ah* 5tA1/R' STTYT"IiclrWR bt/iR ..... t.
..United'States and Russia could collaborate M.3Q-.Hovr ef St HERESY GIVEN that
-nto IS
:.s; All' readiar notices SPECIAL, cards JfpTICE/of thinks,, resolution/:. : .with' each'other, and based that statement Half say It Hour was; ef iisi Kerttle.-.b1t:0 &.. t IB** bwi DderslKRed.. smder. deMrtcs! the t.rVtitin engage .....-.... :;;;;. ..... ta

.J .r ...pec.. obituary netiees po.m.te-. will be. _Artkor' nanveEt Kaiwho ot..t.IH far iMav been caat IW th .>
charted for at the rate- of 1i Vents line '* the fact that those nations had Godfrey *bow-1b. .
= Notlee.for.ntertatnm..lbychureb.Ehomwhich q ; : on Breakfast I. Houywo.dab.11s3fE.s . ntrUtn St., Key west, Florida intend fwd ('-,. --. Ltl>r
. a revenue I. to be derived a*. & cent a'1fD" .' collaborated successuflly during World Ateaa4r 8k.w-*.. t. 'sl..r saM {1ft iti;..n.-< .ill taatejrAttoraay
name with the clerk A' the Circuit
Tb. Cltl... is an open forum 'and*Invites dis-+' IMS-SerUI I* krat1.Aksrs. .
Court of M Flerlda
ewsstes of 1 .. and subjects of local or War II. avro Cnnatr.
. ] public *** .
general Interest but It will not shush anonymous' ... rated Mae 17. ISIS.RI'fs.LPH yniNBiPEK.Et.fA A.... tfJUl tlU His
cumBumtcalloas.IMPROVEMENTS. The tone of the editorial was similarto .
r100-W.te.m.: Traveler*-AM SCHNEIDER. ;at LalM.a ttegttt.4 tll1tttiw
the ones that have been appearing in Kate Smitfc Speaks ottos Owners se- <."h..v.. .
l2. :>>- rente and Mmele -atoDaily .FI..tsJ..I-I.U 48. .
.= FOR KEY WEST Russian papers since the house and the BaM CeacertslOOMealc .. A time's..Irh.eMaMelfA.:11 was laslet aandarW ,

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN senate in the United States overwhelmingly Halt Boar-aba EOTICESE
:.; l.H-Tke Happy Cai> -*ab. WISE Cot'rt Ji oE-m roi. 'HT.I .
e. ,_ passed the bill that'provides for an S: 0-reitr Hears of 3ertal.-.ta ADD FOR HO'MOB rot >T%". ,.. J.4iai C !&** \-.., 1. 1sjMarninit
<4>..* for a Daymb.5:30'arid. FLOHID4. IX PROB4TB. -- this for ,
:: 1. More Hotels and Apartments.' airforce of 70 groups. lad In p Estate .f -- - awMMBw t< 1
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= ?. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. A slap Wallace by Pravda said:,/ Martin Block Record*-mi* also sometimes known as Charles .

-.. .. 3. Airports-Land and Sea. .to I:*indies>-Double Be.Seated. Hothlot-xts_b* IX HarrlHKten and mini sometimes Solons Off Steam A Dealer Tlh.iantea.av
It appears he wants stand above knwa as C I> H rrln !'- r.Blow -- I II IMTi
:: .. Consolidation of County and IrJO-TN HO.M Party-ebe' tna recessed br11/1/r-ls.... f1M.M PMw/allf
both and the position of Paul ffbltemaA R.cor4s-.b. ... ;
City Governments. powers occupy Ha t. b> hereby glvtn to all oiW ttirarr-is law. .t lArl
.4:00-Hint Boat Q 1s_bs' whom It mar concern that Pauline c.
Auditorium. an impartial judge between them. A -. wrlv.-d ... ....
: 9. Community 4 JO-Wlsoer Take'All-eb* Peace Harrtmrtwn. as Etemtrlx of fAs Diamond Test Nears l _

.. praiseworthy desire perhaps but unfor- Tresaory Saw Staa4-eVf (the LM.* Dayton Will and Hkrrinrton Testament., aliMMnetlme "oLhail. .I Shill are t e..ta.a at- kMI.nwelraIL .
I= -Robert 'q' Lewis- *, known & Charles U. Wk..i....S d .Irol
.-. tunately it leads Wallace into a distortion JCMdles" Hoar (weet.reseat* t Is Ilarrllkfft >and also& pometime Br EDWARD H. SIMS i
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.later)-ab and nibs
MONOGRAPH of facts when he tries to explain the rea- 1:4I-Lu.: as* Abatr-cbs-eajt, *known d< has. a..filed C. I>.with HarrinfrtoB.the Iloa.rableRaywtond 4-.."- The Citizen's Washington Correspondent I I Pups m MM ..- 41r..Ipldtllr

son why no settlement has been reachedin '... R. Lord County Judge eetwr+ woe rtrss+ ew"A
/. and far Monroe Florida, V/ASHINGTON. D. .-Democrats and RepubKctas Wew
-" County. ..... 11.P (lrsam .
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: .. Mr. and lrs', Key West: her Flaal Arcoants and has made
American-Sovietrelations. F .NETWOIJfpIOOIAMI' -I application for her dHchanre ao off more steam at each other in May than in any other mOBth I| ...... .i>auHI iu ..i ..(| fn

. .Selfishness never built a town intoa "Wallace now stands in the positionof Eastern,Lecaf TiO l.." F.,. 'central Executrix of the LatVII1 and of! the 80th,Congress-both sessions included. The occasion for i i'lav .**..... silos t... drr..1w

:-: city. Let all the people in Key West an American politician who has fallen Subtract subtract two.......beur... teme-Is,. .me leeet..M ata..i. TeMament rlallft.., :.1so of sometimes Charles Ixtytun known llar-as most of this big talk was the representatives baseball clash at :im ...*. AboCurrr

change.Metir,.' relay t* *tlecal Charles 1-_ Harrington and also Griffith Stadium-set for the 21st of the month '
= pull. together unselfishly and we by the wayside and is repudiated by both .c..4h...... Last minute.sregram >. sometimes known. a* C. I*. Harrington I' CINIIIt JlMge ArtIe
changes caimet .. wKl.Ld. : dervaned.Iate Captain of the Republican team was C. W. (Runt) Bjio > c...
I #r' be on the road to great developments.THE '. major parties. In Wallace's attempts to ,! ,May It... A. IX 1948M I of Illinois and captain of the Democrats was 'HandftomtV !F* tiff. erlwr..r try AltaltlJf -.

ORACLE.> act for the United States. it was easy TUESDAY. MAT 1CIveai An. |)Rxeratrlx Pauline PeHarrinictnn.of the Last Will.. Richards of South Carolina. Richards trained his squad southof .. to sI a trios to MIN i4tywoaslus

for the Russians to realize' that .; L and Testament of Cnanes Dayton the Potomac but said it wasy i
enough ii .
.j.e Harrington also srmetlmenknown' i of .* .... .....
what he evoked was only ridicule, and f:oo-: \.w. Report 15,Ills.-:nbeN ." Charles D. Harrington for no particular reason. i BIRTHDAYS ... Hay Welt LIaM 0. .w
.w.cast Every Day_b. and al l+o sometimes known '' TODAY'S
TO MEET SOVIET PROPAGANDA even Russian psychology knows that the Network Silent Hour-abc-eaat as C. n Harrington dereaved. I Bishop who had mere farm' I'I a ...... let a*.h( m rip Oita.aS .
rJa Kiddies Hour (repeat)-a.bc-weat nayll-lS-ZJ.jnnel.1948. clubs to draw from, began training i (Know America) a... ReL w.. m t Off
network Silent '(
Jar most effective weapon in politics,. nationally Hour -repeat)-mba-wtit i first. Richards said all those !I Ted Malone (Fran A. Rn..). .... Jr-- J

A Russian general, writing for the .or internationally, is ridicule. '0*-Sporti: Slush Time-obe '. !,1>THE.AXD CO FOR!">T"MOMtOK JIIMIFTH('OI\Tt.CURT "old fellows' would have sore radio commentator editor ...t

.a Communist Party newspaper Pravda de- It required a long time for Russian <:3O You-Chicago and Propaganda Orcheatra--cbs:bs-aet. .FLORID. IN FKOKtTtIn arms before the game and wait- author, born at Colored Springs. !. sir. aad Vee JaIra G ........
tom and Abn clw, ..t. re Kstate of ed until ten days before the gameto Colo. 40 years ago. ...... ftlW aMaWn.aflCV fAr t.rtbeti
:; dares that the Russian "modern, first- I leaders to wake up to that fact, but they .:4t Newscast by'Three CARRIE L. O 8TEAO.alf'd.. begin tuning up his players. Vice Admiral Joan Dale Prae. a VMS. wr-taKMc -vw *.. aaMra. ..

:. class Army" has worked out strategy and seemingly are keenly alive to'it now. ; Tbortas ( wt'be7OOSupper ;XOTICK PROPERTY OF SALE OF Rrllti Last year the Congressmen deputy chief of naval opentoom I I. has been, ...lM lolls Zllil

'. Jr Tb. Club Show-nbc-baaie-cbsNew NOTICE HEUKBT (71VEN thatpsrsoast played a dilly, with the G. O P. for air, born at Augusta, Ark j t bIme. tltprt.p
. tactics far superior to "the burgeois theories and Comnteat.ry.boFulton '. t* an Order of the ounfy team winning by what scorers 56 years ago. ails II-.. V I Y" f-O.
Nations, like indivuduals, cannot escape Lewis. 4r.-mbs Judge of Monroe County Florida, : Dr. William F. Ruaxat. din
S and air total blitz- Comment-nb. the undermined Executor:' of the said was a 16-13 count.: There was
of war, war, 7:15-New* and r
:: the facts of their existence. They Jack Smith sad Sear-:b' Last ,Will and Testament of CarrieL. I never general agreement, how of Teachers College CfhRIOW. 7kr1.y TM Cat.. ... 's i
kreig, etc." Daily Commentary e Olmstead. deceased late nf Key ever, and some Democrats left University born at DeMit. K Y. ....... pw.arapl:
may delay decisions, but sooner or later, >- ....; Dinner Date-tabs West Monroe County. Florida will _
Jrr 7:30--1. Herman Quintet ob offer for Kale and nell at the front ; the field thinking they had won 58 years ago. H ran wn.r rive s 9IW" =trpOw.rlwt
Soviet *
Another that
general ,
says fate overtakes them. Bob Crosby Oub- bo' door of the ;Monroe Count CourtHouse the game last year. The umpir- | Frank Capra. movie director. many iftrttajalAUTOMORILE
is for hard and prolonged Tbe Green Hornet-abe ,.. at Key Went Florida. at. 1.o'colOt'k born in Italy 51 -- .
Army ready a To Be.Announced-mbs A >>. l" HlD""ay.1.., Z 4. ing last year was qnestioned on ,i year ago.
war. In Berlin, the Russian propaganda VOTE HUNT NATURALIt 7:45-Harksess Commentnb.Ed 1548 the following described property every play. |I Dr. Charles F. ROM of New

:: machine elaborates upon the theory that Sports furrow Comment News--Bibs cbs- I All: that certain. piece or i parcelof To put a stop to this endless* York statistician and t'conootait.Society tw. =
s .e land lilt".... IvlnK; and be- legal bickering teams this year president of the Economic -
the United States entered the recent ':OO-Dinah Shore Show nbo tnaIn the City of Key Went.Couaty II' born New Orteatw, 47
war is obvious, declares former Supreme Big Town Newspaper PLsyebsYouth of :Monroe and State of requested an official American in RN as ptt/aliPiiela" wiles

: to break the'hold of Germany and Japan Court Justice Owen J. Roberts, that Congress Mysterious Asks Traveler Government--mbs mbs. Florida known a8 Lot Four (41 League umpire and William Har-: years ago. ; ,... aid tat Oar.* at****) *aa

.:... on world markets, and asserts,that this .is not-studying the national security ' Time-abe- Mewtrtn IiiuFk 5.igbteen! (181..:Tract to Sevj ridge obliged by announcing a'regulay Dr. Charles E. Died. Hiof j tnuWe.l .
the Southwestern
JO-D&te. 1Vtull JodyabeMr . . ,PlaLot- U2:1o\; i.nt inJee.cent' major leaguer would > I t l w. testy --... ..
: country is a great world enemy of peace, program as an integrated and comprehensive and .Mr. \onbcbsAmerica' Mceunab..V.* .4 :Company's'Subdivision f. x sent to Washington to call the't'[ :Memphis Tenru. born Braks Pasta. ;
Town ef Tract Seventeen it7)
freedom and democracy.The structure -but is considering elementsof Detective DramaTime tnbs' duly part recorded tn flat Book One games. Last year the ground j I Town W. VA, 73 years ago. Spark ......., faa lore .
SVr-Five,. Minutes New*-cbs (1) on page ",. of Monroe Coun rules were a matter of lengthy Dr. Albert W. Palmer telilid
official organ Suggests that the the program on the basis of dhow will Holy Rose Comment-mbs ty. Florida Records and which and heated debate but this year's I president ef the GhieR40' AT YOUR faMO)6.) '

Soviet Union entered tle.war: to destroy they affect the coming election?'* I:00-*Amos the'People and Andy. Ceeat-nbeW -cbs .Lot follow i" bounded, vis. Commencing and described at all a ump should be the boss. He calls gical Seminary, born in KMMM I NAY OR INNS

tI. Fascism, promote European cooperation:. We doubt if there are many Ameri- Gabriel 1 Sroadcut-m'bs tatter. Corameat: -mbs point Fifty UtJ on. South feet from street the, distant corner 'em regularly for the Senators. I City, 69 years ago PHONE 11.
:: Moreover it asserts that the United States ':15-Xew* of South and Elizabeth Streets", Recently on an important I
cans to question the conclusion of Mr. Roberts 5:00-Fibber and Molly=nbe. ..,' I and running thence along south the House number of During the war. Canada mar1than l JANE MJ SHINE

;e.. has had the single-minded purpose of but what have the people a right to Boston Christopher Pops Wells Concert-cbs-ab-*%.- .'1 Street. Fifty ins Northeasterly.) feet: thence direction at ,! vote usually in regular voting a members II j doubled her steel prodwc- I MIl KHTMA nMn

: bringing weaker nations under its domin- expect? Gregory Hood DraInaM'10GOBob right angles; In a Northwesjerlvdirection were missing. A check showed I tion. , ,, I
Hope Comedy-Ob* ; One Hundred *and -- ---
::: ation and to make Great Britain and It is perfectly natural for the mem- Studio: Defender One Drama-mbs-. about
right angles in a Soutb."t..lydlrH'tlon baseball practicing field-
:: France economic dependencies of this bers of Congress to keep a weather eye on 10:30 It-Red Freedom Skelton Ringabo'Dane. Coined<< ';'-at* at right angle Fifty 'i'In)a feet Southeasterly : thence- two miles away. They left SUn JJ.orM I

A. country. the political situation. This is the priceof Onh..tra-mb, direction One Hundred andTwenty thinking a record vote ou1dn't ALL
10:45-It's In tbe r.mll7abe.. (1I.) feet to the point I be taken. <'f\1 _
. With such propaganda being spread democracy because the nation will not 11:00-New. A Variety hrs. abe beginning!: on South Street ( __
The sale will be terms and AWNINGSWhen
r in Germany, it is very important for the find many representatives willing to jeopardize Newt" and Variety..Danc.Dance Band 1 bro.cbsNews aWstw ,- credit will be allowed on for not more WILL YOU SMILE? \
: .. Dance Land: 2.hrs.--mbs than.sixty per cent of the purchaseprice
r United States to counteract possible effects political for principle.The and for not longer than five
a career a 1
12-00-Dancinc Contlnaed-abe-waat : years, such deferred purchase price OPEN-/| A DUtine*** .nhg
: \>y widely proclaming the purposes of the remedy is not to denounce the to, -evidenced by the promissorv Not So Funny i When CLOSED-If9 A Ptr/reC Storm Shaw
-I' 'United States explaining its action in Before World War IIoe1y, the note of the purchaser payable to
a natural tendency of Congressmen to main r the personal representative and secured \ CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVAmfCD....T MCTJU.'

war-devastated world and setting forth the tain themselves in office but to awakenthe United States had more' railway: property by Said sale upon wilt the be subject said I "You say your sister makes GUARANTEED: WILL MOT ItOVT OR ROT.
than Canada.
w ideals and aspirations of Americans. milage to the approval of said ("oun'y.lU up jokes'! Then she's a humorist | Finished in Gleaming Enamel--Your Cfcoiva of ("o1w1'
people of the nation to the exigenciesof
: Not long ago, Congress, in its search the situation. Whenever the people LEGALS; 4th Dated day of at May Keyest. A lie .1548.Florida thin I "No, she works in a beauty Sunpla to Operate FHA Terms -, Ma4.1 N Ih........$..

:: for economy seriously reduced the amount demand adequate preparedness, the members I"i KXecutor[;| William of the Wesley: La. Will Watkins and parlor." I II I Installed LEE 1>1>AC 61. (.REL Nb St

..: of money available to the State Depart- of both houses in Congress will vote l\ THE CIRCIIT. COIRT O..F... Testament of Carrie L. Olm- I by DilUo. I'Hl:4I: : 4
I.'TH .t.PI..nR. IT stead. Deceased. I j The eastern puma or panther.
:; ment for defensive propaganda. Later, for l\ %\ll FOR .o'nOF..t'e". TT."T'TN |1.1| Ophelia T. testerOf I' Pboaa few FREE .$....
adequate preparedness. So long as OP.FLOHIIA. 4IN Co.._l '"r tW Fec...,..- long considered extinct has been I
however, upon reconsideration, the sum the public is apathetic on the question H4.MKRI. Publish: May. 4. 11. IS, 13, 1545. discovered in New Brunswick.
or ('a.. N.. 1I-W4 c ----- -'--- -- .- 4
: was increased and we understand that.iru- so long as an organized minority exerts I 1LLIAMRTHl. ,-FLOYP.Plaintiff... -" -

'e created activity i is underway spread the greater pressure than an unorganized majority vs. n'OH"f .'I'TIO' >r

,, news and views of the United States. the RfJSE FLOYD .feel.:..dent VACATION
gift of_ prophecy _is u n not__ neess- : atis
sary to anticipate the action of those who TO: forJ

OIl REBUILDING FIGHTING MACHINERY seek votes for themselves. Stvrton Rose Floyd.\ ilia"*. fofcfl

.. Scawby NrBrlKK I .
Line. England:
:: Congress is likely to come to Some kind You are hereby. required to appearto TRIP
The cycle of success: Working hardto the Bill of Complaint for dlvorre. -is
:; of agreement on such problems! as the make In. the above tried cause os the 3rdday + 3J* *Vss
much money to leave to children of June 1948. otherwise the altegallonji .

1. Draft bill, to include boys up to 25 years who won't work. Grandchildren renew confessed therein. will be taken'as uimnuJittV&J

TL old. The scheme for Universal Military) the cycle. week This for order tour to eoneeewtlve be published week once In s it %*, -k l 4>>- Dollar for dollar, Gre 7 hound 8nre. yov mora for yawll..y ih.e) ..a.fft .

training i is another top issue. Then on top of I Tb. Key \\est OU... a newspaperpuhllstied ** -, other form ' ofuportorion. f r* wwnf sclnvoUW* k.l d) fay y..r i x e*<'

that the Senate favors a tremendous Air NOT BAD Pone and In Ordered Key "''this'". Florida.3rd day of e Iff/jtj cote' Go one way' return ww-*. no lake oaf, S* av ar a. Row MM.Wr .

: : May. A. D. 1948.
j" Force. nAL) ( S 14r laeati d5 4e43I

:. Unfortunately the United Nations has Emery Kelan, well known caricaturist, Clerk Ross C.of Sawyer.tbs Circuit Court I C 'K \ JACKSONVILLE fiQ NEW Yoisic
"It been clearing j Monroe Coanty. Florida. iL 1< MIAMI 3.34) CHICAGO lISna
unsuccessful In
away the war has recently turned to writing definitionsof By: Anne C. LoA. wort''", D. C. f WEST PALM BEACH
7 clouds. I Thomas S. ("a roo 4L4S HEW OflC&AfM l' ,.
Strangely enough, the doctrine of the terms used in diplomacy. We give Solicitor for the Plaintiff ,l ST. PETERSBURG JH WAMIlMtlT. D. C K..i1

71 Communism seems to have infected large a few samples of his explanations of terms Jll&Ft.U-U-i.UtI. TAMPA 7.53 CIM HCNATICsartereW tut

.* portions of the population round the ;one often hears in connection with inter- .*KLF.THE R\TH CIHCIIT JfDIllAl.TOlftT riRCl OF TWR'IT > Pl.. 75% PsJeest r.. .. All Mews ,..q.I .

= World. That has created hatred between .national affairs: IN. %\0 FOR MONROR (COI'\TT

-_ the United States and Russia. So-we. are "Plan for disarmament military OF I' (THE,H''.STATE....:R'. OF FLORIDA.Taae / .. e a'ltea Z'U4 KNGr f ..... .r''...d ....... .. ... .......

getting nowhere fast! secret" ESTHER BEIP.O>.Gt'TIERREZ. Itar3 7k i rti+?a .yko..d .*.. Ask ye.r flrty>.**Jair t+f M/w..Nat.'

.w? The United States has one master consolation Tariff walls y... Plalntlff.GEORGE '
-a system for the pro- Ol1.Rt E GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL
,: left. That i is GUTIERREZ.
we are powerful tection of > }
consumers against low prices. efendant J r > 512 Southard Street at Bahama Stnet

:* enough to defeat any military force that "Economic sanctions-.coercive meas- TO: ORDER. OF Pt'BLI'TIO'l PhoIw J3.l

can be raised in Russia, or anywhere else. George Gutierrrs,
? ures applied by members of a security or- Route No. 3.
But that is not the way the United States ganization against Danville Illinois.
an aggressor and lift- Tou are hereby required to appear
v: wants to settle any of these great dif- ed when its effects felt to the Bill of Complaint for 41"0"''.
are by those ..
nations In the above t>led cause on the 3rd
.J[ ferences between Governments.The who apply them." day of June A. IX 1948 otherwisethe

:.: United States wants peace-and ""Abstention-inability of I will be allegations taken. as confessed.DONE contained. therein
a voting del- t AND ORDERED at Key
'_ we are betting too high' a price in the hopes egate to perceive the advantage of siding A.TVest D. 114'1.CIRCl.'IT Florida. this 3rd day of May, liILEYIIOUNIJ

Y: that we will succeed.Don't with either party in a controversial issue." ( COURT Hmnt C SEAL Sawyer.Clerk > .

"Back to normalcy-effort, after a of circuit Court
By Kathleen' .
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fool too much with "schemes.
world war, to re-create the conditions Clerk

Hard work pays better dividends. which led to it." Enrique Attorney Esqnjnaldo.for Plaintiff Jr.
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it weighs 733 carats and is larger rehearses; Ping-pong; .Shut-.
by 170 caratshan' the previous lie Board on the Patio.W.dnesd.7 .
St I i. record holder the 563-carat Star -
: ;
". : ; of Indian in the J. P. Korean collection 1:00P.M. Fishing Party: Naval
in the American' Museumof Hospital Patients',Joint Program -
Natural; iimory ,,YMCA, NCCS. _
The Black Star of Queenslandis .8.30 P.M. Ye OJ .CounUy Par-
owned by two brothers Harry tyfeaturing Square Dancing -
and James Kazanjian who cut Virginia Reels. .'.
and polished the stone. 10:15 *.* -Weiner Roast on the.
Patio Grille.

I Too Much 9:00 P.M.:.,...Thursday Dance. John-Pritch-

i ard and His Orchestra. .-
ABILENE. Texas.-.Wanting tc Friday 1
improve his handwriting Clyd 8<30 PAL Bridge,. Pinochle and.
f t t < smiler en'-.'leH in a handwrit .Movies.. ;
ft ing class at Hardin-Simmons. Uni- Saturday
t ; versity in February. 8:00 P.M.-Movies. .
10:13P.M.-8econd Show. feature
His penmanship. so bad .
4 : that on a special test it registered -, announced at the Club.
; a betow-jiormal 25. However. i Sunday :

after a couple of months it improved -i j 8:45 A.-M.--Java Club, discii,-
so much the mark was i sion Group. -, j
raised to 88. 11:00 A. M. "Co to.. CHURCH
\-ip. rel'b'tOl? I I There was too mucjKimprove-'| Parties." '- > t
aatuc woalCtKa fcrlll9 cae cI tart* cntcmbcd miners to the surface early Saturday after the ment, though--an Abilene bank'I 3:00P.M.' Classical- Hours" ,,-
lections announced. ?
wln had Mew trappti three days in an indtrtnitnt Shamokuu: Pa. TWO of the j I refused to honor Clyde's check. : :00P.M. :
I I !
: ..... *.f. krtvftit cut ally, but tha third. was !:&rd iud .under a pHt cf wat.r.'oaJced coaL I The signature.teller xirdnt. recognize.. his 1 j ,,thtRajio.Fellowship Cornm\utity'Sing-Hqur.qn

.. -- -- "j -- "-- 1' ing, Beatrice": Moreno'' at 'thePialio.
: :
.'ICKKHi '(:ti'tl": WITH ill Anus r-,! L YOU SMILE? NOTHING FOR : 10OaP.M.Coffee Hour. *'. '.
1 Camera Club meets each
t Too Much Ham SOMETHING. ,Thursd: y:at 8:00 P. M: : .
CHEYENNE. Wyo. (AP). G.8..,O. meetings (Girls SeJvice -

| John B. Kennedy reported I II Here's a statistical picture of dis- Organization every "2nd
that when he left Collier's to go appointment.The and 4th Monday :
into radio work, he engaged! income state game and fish depart- Game Room:. Chinese CheqK-
experiments in sound re-I ment estimate; that of more than, ers, chess cards, ping-pong, pool,
production which among other 20,355 hunters who :sought big writing desks library current

things involved having a cerI ,game in Wyoming .last year, I magazines etc. various table.' 'za1p. ._ .s.
I taro popular male anger give a about 12,000 were*disenchanted.These ;
Showers, tennis rackets golf
outside the hunt-
performance cage of a 12.000 unfortunate I
clubs 'fishing. lines,
of 3.5 daysin cameras.
ers spent an average
I I iiger.When the tiger heard the the field. a total of'4X000 days i I I I I checking service: film service
crooner" reported Kennedy, "she. In other words they wasted'mailing and wrapping packages,
receiving phone booths,
t turned violent. But when she saw more than 100 years on*the trail messages
i t ,railway service
za stamps
i him she turned vegetarian" of mountain goats bear and deer. :I express
I '
a oIIIJIJIIiIUUIIUUIU1DIDI1iIIJUiUIIUlIIIIIIDWIIIII. Edinburgh University,scientists Lesleigh Davis-,-Director. ..'
I have devised a formula for mak- i i Gerald Finder-Program Di-
i y.i N.CC.S. ing fish grow three or four time rector.

E'.c 102: Duval Street i-: fast as they-ordinarilv. do. i I Beverly 'Buchanan-secretary.
Doreen Cruz Information
; :
medieval times, in garden*. t; Desk Aide. ", .
PROGRAMVIouuuulrwrMdIuaHtlulf platforms were built"in the
{Wi=n1muuInur branches of a, tree 'Where one 1 Kansas- u the.only J. s. "state
could sit and meditate. having no deer'in the'wild .
\ 1. TUESDAY ---_ ._.u_ __ __ : __ ...._-,-.----
10.00 A. M. 12:00 Noon-Navy I .
: : Wives, Bowling at SubmarineBase.

t 2:00 PJIL 3:00 P.M.-Navy
Wives Red Cross First Aid I
f Class at NCCS
ft 7:30 P.M. 10:00 P.M.-U. S. Na-

t ; . vjjil Hospital Party, jointly
with American Red Cross I
? 5 (2nd Tuesday).
) 7:00 P.M. 8:30 P.M.-U. S. Naval -
Hospital. Entertainers toWards
(3rd Tuesday). t AMERICAN -

1:00 P.M. 11:00 PAL-Billiards, ,
i Ping Pong, Writing Room &ei?rnsr TO SERVE t

IlcztTI $CVTTLC wits ?Ntioa Ouardmtn during one of I Showers. STXICKCN HwvmtTf rnifnoAAMO
:.etsl IaliMeats M IrsM el Uw strikebound Swift Ic Co. pUnt at '%:30 PAL 5:00 P.1\I.-Hospital HOC OFMAHKIHO ',
i Patients' Fishing Party, Joint i 114DEVAS 4Tl1'W ears : / 1."
$.,th It. Pail. Ma*. 3 t.*rday. la the ferrgrouni ? guard
pt.M A $4e tw. r. .. 3 ala3 th :w ssv.r.l helmt.3 guardrsa !: program Red Cross. I LIVING SYHffOi 1H PeACE j !

sab4..tA., coda. | 7.-00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.-Boxing AS M wart,'OF'Ea0oMLT r ys
- | Training, PAL Equipment. W4i0MF./V.: iIN

Iziim'it 11:1.1) I'u.M1'I. M: )1 \\II \-i.: ::00 P.M. &30 M.-Sewing I mJTr"A
I i Class. Navy Wives.
I 7:30 P.M. 8:30 PM.-Spanish y }
a I Class for Beginners; Miss
3 L Remond, instructress. I = I l'1dES MEGVCALy.
I 8:30 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Dancing. ARF,fi01'3 v
COTH hiGr i
i .OO AM. 5:00 PM.-Sewing I II : / I
Machine Typewriter, Writing SNELT -
I I I Room. Showers.
9:00 A.M. 5: :: Machine Typewriter, Writing -'I w nlhrsT/wC rv2 .
: Room. Showefs.- I oG'earo Tv fr.
4uiH : 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Picnic. NEALT/4 EMEl? NATIONAL&ocb ,
Fishing (sign uo in advance).i CE/IC/Es; PRO6RM!rtuavisnss
it IC:30 A.M. 11:30 AAL-ComI -, I HOSPITALS, fnTffNTS. U
I I munion Breakfast, White
;i Hat Club U. S. Sub Base -- '-' ---
F (2nd Sunday).
: 1:00 PAL 7:00 PAL-Fishing
Trip (sign up in advance).
Information services housing.
} .' city maps. .
l A Religious literature, library. MAXWEttustom

telephones stamps, wrapping andI
I I mailing packages railway ex- '
I l press service, laundry pick-up E -DulH
I| available to all defense forces
I I and their families.

; MRS. E.Executive S. COUGHLIN.Secretary. if 4E1IANN1NNOW

I Secretary.

Cholera Remedy Stiuaeil| AVAILABLE!
Madf P rt .h. nl r
tit LONDON.-(AP).-A new sul-+ Slat. n..... I|
II ."Btkrll* .... phonamide compound called 'six
v .
two five seven" which has had
i cholera is reported bv the Bri- i Frt estimates-Call 612
CEX alft ALAN CORDON CUNNINGHAM (canter Britain'sKNp t tish Medical Journal. The Journal PROMPT DEUVERV
Cywlltissyonet 1a >.l *tln* alutM the eelorc Friday as heth : says 82 of 83 patients who took '

a..c.. 1M bade) guard 01 Highland Light Infantry in partfromJtrusalem : the compound in a field test by I
I Dr. S. S. Bhatnagar in Madras
his d.partur.
N ... .....onr which IIYrked Brita.... 31. .ar-Md lAagu. of Na- < India survived the disease. Most I
awl tlw ylaldla..f Great 1 recovered in three days. I
...... Maad I. to sov.ra the HcJy Laftcl. "It would be rash to assert
that a panacea for cholera has
named the "village* Nr..n oK"i-' ...- K"""**-* _" T PHONE 6SX
; at once
tions. Nevertheless, results are
so striking was re-
w striking nicy meii* iurin I
Drapery Cornices
then living
blt-l\C't' to the investigation

I i. The little island of Yap ii really -t ,

c rlbe to The CU OD. four islands set clos together.I

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PAGE FOUR . .. .:: ,,, __ .., 0- . THE BEY ;wEST --.- .Y 18. i
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." .... . r3' ,HAUNTED' 'HOLIDAYBy f11 CLASSIFIED j ? iI.

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'Comwon Dockery 4

for the
. .. Information Advertl.ers4ATE '
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Cone I FOR HCGCLAn ..* PAI' .'
"27 didn't .kill-Manaley' or his sister. with a neweason and she's : BLACltrACB TYPE Part for $!'I'd' .
Chapter 1 = I _... fs /w ad-
_ BONNAY stretched You provided his alibi for the been eliminated herself so Outlets AdTe>tI"me.t. "dr tics head regIar .*.. rt.c wtfh .."Si
< VINCE .and' the saddensnarp' time of Mannley's death when her out. will b.:'- inserted l. Tfc. Citlxrw at .wets SMty have. tkjlr .
.. {.all of tender shoulder muscles! you"said you .heard him snoring "What are you getting now?" the rat -of 2c a word for *mcfc l.- ase.ts r..UeAT'O't ebae.4sertG b tl4t"'
charge far
made nim cry out. His eyes flew next.door. "1 think some occurrence'thtday the first a;bat 15 the words liiBiim or less is tte. 'To.aura ...blteatMk cope
open in sheer astonishment.. '"Then you think Sophie's death I got here brought about the The rata for kUKr.e type Is * be I* T* CtHsm'vffta bet II
crime. Vince mused. "SomeHit-- for dock tm tk. tmvfmtaik vt tie
was premeditated word cad ribs wlnlrewra charge
He was in his own bed and ,don't'know. It seems incredible side influence" '.-=, the lint 'U words Is loc. .f pwfclfaattMk 'f'
across the room ifie window
murderer could "Don't yourself t
a' :that the have you ,
hunched over like gargoyle Was
standing the an outside influence Johansonsaid "
. Johanson in Vince's dressing depended-pn-her -Art' .. tips t......c t.vest
swimming pool at the exact moment dryly. advertising I. accepted -.r
!' . gown. He looked anxious. he was waiting in Hugh's That remark isn't funny!" .r error 18 .d. rt"' ." .rasaMat rr eMtr et- ena4aa' ..treepoasible
Virice chuckled. ""Have you room-.with* the bow and arrow.I Vince's voice was dangerously 'e.i7 ter the first 1._____ 1. CIWN1eaIM :.
'been all .. prar.aased I.e far osly the addat asssst N s .odt s.caatpi.a b
my guardian angel night, think. it was just a lucky soft. ; adverUsemeat where tbs err c' sreeters.I. .
of ibe
Chanson? break Johanson grinned All right, part r
The investigator frowned.-"You let's eliminate you. What else : . . . Ii M . U. : o s Rir".

j had us worried. or .rather' Julia : "as his stiffened happened FOR RENT--REGM
did,. she's been hovering over, GROANING Vince stag- Vince shut his eyes. His arrivalseemed WANTED SALESMENSell I
VPU like a mother hen. -Doc gered into the bathroom and such a long time ago. He .-
Zendro said you'd. recover turned'-on the shower. A cloudof drew slowly on his cigarette and merchants "Fluraflex". New Light houstkeepteg ty-aa aftal
though when we got you thawed steam'enveloped him. described his trip again in detail .- low-cost. -changeable wording to $IS. O per weele 411 "-
ou "What do'n't said. Then we stopped for a pack
t.'Guess savvy. age of mail and brought it'out." flourescent sign. Bright, te-Ii Bam Street. fMnloVEB5EA.s -
. the cold made me doze "Is why t.lannTey asked me to makes !
off. Is Julia O.K.r butt into his little mystery he said. -weight demonstrator
the stolen money! I mean. It "'Mall- "Johanson echoed solemnly easy sales. Raycon Mfe. Cow HOTEL
S Right: as rain. You did a good <*
job of keeping her warm.his wouldn't have been so hot for "Di' see any of it? Erie Pa mayl8-ltx ii Sfn* J
him if I'd dug up that drug traf- Only the top letter postmarked WRas6e
; bordered leer.. "We
grin on : just i
; Honolulu and addressed to LukLT"You
got you in time however. fic','The business explanation or: maybe is too.simple hoU" didn't see the addresses .: WANTED TO RENT I II to $'''. without ...*
". Vince's jaws tie itened. Freezing enough. Man 1ley.\1ias- sadist of before the letters were .'dis'' i $12.00 to $1SJB9 +ipt Bat

to death in a cold storage the worst type.. He had a de- tributed Navy ,officer with family desires I ...,
room was hardly a desirable prayed.sense' humor.. 'Nothing "No-o-o:.but wait . Bissett I
death. ."What made look : three; -. bedroom unfurnished
you would have given him greater delight did. He must have read.-thtia
.. there" he asked. :than- to 'learn a friend or all!" 7 .. >house. Willing to sign long- FOR J\DT-AP Armaarr

,. "Well I suddenly remembered relative was :a"thief and hold.thefact.oyer."thepbor'wretch.s Johanson began pacing term leased ;Phone 790.
you hadn't told me about your head mulberry rug. "Suppose 'there* s.Dsl, or write Box Extfll'I'I Furnished
walk with Hugh Mannley and I for the rest of his days..You were was something of those ''Citfze *
wanted the details. Then I remembered -. to be the'tool .for making it letters"'hersaid Jerkily. "SupjJose-- : Officemay1764x'I and beta. Maid
.:. .. : '. where you'.were and public." Jf -. I it contained some disclosure*nore ;. t :ervtoe. lipens aM unH
went down to look for you. I almost Vince glared at' his own reflection emotional y.,earth-shaking'to':tlnr . ". FOR RENT. ffenatfeetf. SuaaMr-raios. Cal
l hesitated for fear of break- .-' .' -.- how could he have. I recipient thai&Sophie's discovery; t Hotel Alb
lug up a romantic interlude but. been -so.obtuse!.: . about Eric &>ansonl Suppose, Well-ventilated double room with Post Orrke..yifc

.my prying instincts led' me on- Good Lord- The 'masochisticold made the murderer- tlUt'.try'niJtht ..- private bath.'Also single roools.Z '
:. ,- He grinned wryly. !" -- '
oaU- / .. ;
,. .--"So the murderer is still 'in "Damned-f.thte"case- isn't getting "How would we know' He's.. :' 7 'EaYton SL'mayJ53tJr' : Efficiss y .......... .n
business?" Vince commented. -me .down.Bonnay.1* undoubtedly disposed of it "by: r I lies fumartud. + '

"-.."I don't know . you see Bus ''Vince studied :the investigator this time" .. '. FornisHed i-bedroom hewer : .*..-c.....Id ..
sett admits to shutting you mthere. covertly" and 'a .bit uncertainly. "Perhaps, but since the- morning "" 1 H7Atitfjet : 1st- Apply 1126 Yen ...... aired .
." -1 .don't'.think "we're going of Simeon Mann1 y'. des'.} I ,P liste- rriay1744xi
', 'Judas Priestl" Vince swore about'this thing in.the right way." all the waste caper has been roJhl .: II I usg Street i
'exD.osively. ."1Ve;".Tlfe accent: .was biting. lected and examined: all incopu&g; FOR ESTATE I
mail has been read. and-,p ip3e I
.-. "Says it was an accident. He Johanspn's-eyes- like fire i Fear .s 2 1-1-ro.n
seldom throw personal ,.leUets'away , I
went down to get some squash opals. *
raaucts out of the trunk room The editorial we. We don'tknow until they've aoiwtrad- .ltiQRTH, CAROLINA ]1 WMliai furaiattfdCo
the door them If Bissett can'only remelni" I t MeIIIIIb. .*a4e oa"f
saw refrigerator ajar _the motive for Mannley'smurderyet. W e.: iajciwondcrful buys in city
ber He must He should have ,41 WmaWr Laac
anti closed it. He had seen Luki .?- : '
ar.d the cook in the kitchen and : 'Motive- Hell" everybody in a neat clerical type of mind ;"* sp ,etuntry domes fares ef !f

had no reason to think anyoneinside. this house, had .a motive and a "WelL suppose 'you-quizcttcm, all? '*iads, Sizes and pries:
." damn goodone! ,4t seems to. me Vince suggested. "Fr nklY'.taftft\: o tfy. estates tourist caw**.
', "And you believe him?" Mannley .!'pent'his' entire lifetime last nieht's exoerience. -th<". Tes"TI .hotels: Mountain land. airportsttes'factory a
,'. "It's one of those things none o -making 'tJ tential enemies. see of John Bissett the better ; sites with highway I}
lie's probably That's.-Just what I'm getting Johanson dressed hurriedly 1
can prove '
.. arid railroad frontage. all
jealous of you but 1 don't tbintthe'd at.- They alt had -.a1 motive and and left the room muttering 1 Nair
I himself. -r --these are located near Ajfcevjllc.jBrevard. alai L ed pssii.
go as far as murder... not have' had .for .some time-some pf
Julia's anyway. And we know hi:, Tint a:ears*-Sophie. was- the only I (T. b. aUac4) .' : y1t .sriUe:.Hendersonville Wayaes-

.. ---. '- Tryon and BWderuuj | .. hat war.r .

. oh" the great s.... l
SMOKE BILLOWS FROM GAS* EXPLOSION I I FOR SALEr 4- Mountains National Park Call j ---- - -- -.

Two-wheel trailer. Facto .-lt iitfc- ,,Miireor write us for aaytfct -q r. .......... ,
heavy-duty I hitoncapacity.. .in ;Real Estate. rcgaiiMsM ** ... m, ..... nisy
f A-htit is. J. L BanwU & :
New tires and tubes. BestvofVfer -
'Co?'JpaOy. Real Efttotc. SIS FM .
takes it. Phone 9232. 830 Tww.-L- are ati sWf /

Division St. risyyi7Zt'x Iron. Building. Asheville N. C.I'. .si s/sj
r .
, wlsy ,
Nine-inch electric fan. $& 0. DQl, M.wtr: rid T IIi

.. city & Co.. 846 Olivia. ewer _ LOST I r thnt
: r j 'Packer. Call I59f. may'I tf wawa .......
Package containing HMMI'SMonday snide
. ..- moM'"
Adding machine cash regitf t J morning. P ww e at-J. 991 111Mrisfh Slrsst

.. t3 .. d .- n ayl -"
< Toledo scales, meat sliccf. ]1 -
>: I Catherine St. Phone 6-14-,v..'
t I reii MBff-c ti+ /

Clean Model A Ford. feed -..... ',
5 lots on Flagler avenue, betwoe'ht I
I 1st and 2nd Sts. Reasonable! portation. Call at Hi0as Service PM t. ,'&' ..,. nit! heidr.__
Station. Division sad D..-1 I ..
! price. P.O. Box 926 or Tee' ... .raar beak 1 b
phone 548. ma.I&-5t vaL . ai.r li..1. .... *. ..*. Twt PMMMlt ...., ...... 11aL
948 Crosley station ...... Laaa I lTtiwies l1
House trailer. $230. A 'ooy.
: than 2000 mile: '_-Xft ar .....r.UM ..
Apply Mrs. C. L. Burros.1,63S: I
t xAi 5OS-B i West PbinciaAa.
a United Street d/o MasJie-"trail-
er Court. maylS 3tt wary tLIts Pew ..-.. 1eNi. -

11- R tip.w

Cabin boat 33' long. D' wide.'Ma- : 1940 Studebaker CMwrn .1a-1
r Good CQ"""MM. Vtaacoupe. I ,
3051 Scidcnbcrg
engine. -- -
.. :. sonablc. Rear of Ftrtsmt.rn.y .
Avenue. Phone 393M. { [ .. I"en. .
mayld-. N iitri

I i'i-ton Studebaker trurfc. ..- Mir .... ....... to.... tw....ttllsr

llatpoint refrigerator. Universal wheeler G.t type. \ ....... SOHO err .nisi >< 1.
washing machine. Singer elder .....11
llagler Avenue. ra.yr/S-c
tric sewing machine Zenith I I!I -
chair model console. Stcinerl, LIT
piano. brass fireplace set Hooper
vacuum cleaner and certain I I -" -
r antiques. Shown after 3 .rn. Grocery and meat ......... ..... w..,.4-..< ... b s+lf ''ii

I at 517 Eaton Street. mayl8-3tx p location excellent .........1 I wMaa. MM ..... ..=

Sacrifice. No feBRaWl! ... pay iasi. ... ....

Monkey. 1014 Watson Street refused. Leaving rit) .1 I tat. Raa .... La l..0.a

Simonton St. a sMI l'
CAP \nphot9)) I may 18-3tx 17-ta1 I _
t -
: COLUMNS OF HEAVY SMOKE billow from the Boston Con Bungalow, small store buiS..g: MfltUU
: Notes (Promissary Ic eacn. AzVi I
solidated Gas. Co. plant after three explosions Saturday. The i man Press Citizen Bldg. phone and lime grove on fsur hire --- --

dense smoke clouds spread over most of Everett.- Mass.. where 1 51. marl tf lots, size 50 x 126 each. tw .... V .rr
> wpBa afa Is.ei, isi+
the plant is located and to downtown Boston six miles away. I Ii section. This ran be bright .1 a M

Damage was estimated unofficially; at $4.000.000. j 5 h.p. Johnson outboard and 12- I easy terms. Johnson & ....... 1IHM.IWMMM.| ..

._ foot Lyna racing boat. Both son. Phone 372. may It-H I II
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I' for $125.00. Apply 2776 Staples I
t I ..
WILL VOU SMILE Ave. mayI8-3tx For Sale-Aeronca T...... 14
THE LOW DOWN ? .' hours since overhaul ffaasl .... .... .........
J aisw lat Mi.NetPis.
:: Man's bicycle, practically new;i lent condition.. 3411 Aw. "f.may CIIII7..
fromHICKORY 1Snubbisliiiess I 1.1. .
{ Scrvi-Cyclc: glass bottom bucket i 1f-Ma

i ; 3-burncr fable-size gas I II .
GROVE;(I In Review I stove; kitchen sink; good radio I 11-ft skiff with live w.IL tiaNf.1 s-.dL.. alsr.mi :i 'r .'nfer

t : 3 deepsca rods and rccli.I etc. Suitable for ar .4A! 191.s S,4 i'cif

You kn w. guessing what the I| The children of a wealthy heir- I Can be seen 5 to 7 o'clock afternoons sailing. $100.00. Phuec St*. .

little woman is going to do next-; css have neVer seen a memberof | at 619 William St I ..,1t'!t&a -

and figure-is having it mediocre happen like :you of their family engaged in any } may 18-31 ....... )Shirts. If" . "aN

But no there type household task. Recently the I Plumbic;: suppnes. c. as It a e t e .-a.-.. wyr _r ,

guessing.clue she sill is always be for one youngsters returned from a vaca- Small motorcycle, mechanicallyOK. stock... Plastic tide paella ..*., ai'a ph......rnd w 'itsae

cnange.juie Maybe- it a in their Virginia home, where Excellent tires economic- : briishes. Murray" .____ .I gees y u.a t se ge't II P
coffee table from is only cross-wise movingthe I they visited a great deal with i al transportation. Apply 3001 i t 1532 N.W. wind Street. Man* ...

of the room to lensth-wise or j i}1: a -farm Well family living" near by. I j Harris. may 8-t!f FIa. Phone 7-3421. mayl-M, ....,.'., .... ..
Cookie the father -- -
maybe it is just displaying a lit.I l
asked of the children "how
ope I Gas stove pair skates. Apply
tie bit more hide around the
did you like playing on a farm?* 837 Olivia St mayl26tiSmall !
mkT-riff .. I
section A""oUJlcellu
versus not quite .
"Oh father it was thrilling I .
so much hide around the knee-
the .youngster replied, "but I,
I British motorcycle. Rcadx
cap different.section. Always something j I hate to tell :you.' They do a ter- to go. 12500. Phone Jack The Key West Floor Cevermf11X C''Mf

ISo rible thing the they use theirown
Stewart 432-J.
I will proceed to stick out : mayIS
grandmother. .for a' cook!" I bUY L ST1UiET' J'HOIIC t
e my neck-not w hethcr mamma is ;
going in this season for Sandwich Shop, with beer and has
light j No fort'igner1s"pcrmitted to en- 4 JN.I Kern l/i/nil "ilExclusive
toe-nail I wine. on the main street-tht
green pohh or dark ,
ter San'a capital of Yemen. with '
,green or what kind of headgear the I best spot in town. Now doing Distributor in 1
out permission of its ruler. Key"Kentile"
no brother, not that I ami $700 weekly will do $1200 dur.
I I There are diplomats of other
going to predict on her votins. in season. A real money Jt... .
lands in the
She will vote new and different- currently country. | er for a live-wire that wants \0I I fur

Govt. spending is old stuff. She I| Subscribe to The Citizen. I j work. Business and fixtures

wants to get in on some of the' $3,800. Write Box XV, c/0 ASPHALT TILE

spending her ounself. Out. is goi j and relief we-can lay-off our rib- I|. : Citizen. mayl24tiis

ing to go the guys who have been Iso bin' about her pink finger nai : fakers
loose with old Sambo's fold- II u/ f/ii Finest tHemlnl ",*I r..
in the spring and'maybe purpleor : I Cook apple slices in a

ing .money. Ten years for one j lavender-in the autumn j iI thin Dne-half glass grape jelly Including Hfl/ft, 8U 'K ...., IffUC '

style-preposterous, says Mama. mama would then rate 3 cheersi ,. I I and three-quarters cup boiling

And feUers.Jf.the little.woman I I i ..Yeurs-with.the Jow down,. | water. It's a delicious topping CALL US for FREE ESTIM.\T

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9W Situonton St. ! Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS ; SELL I T I .' : : :

: t : Ownership.I ftCMMY FERNANDEZ Management : : Plenty of Action Toys for.the ChildrenElectrical ; : We Will Call For. and Deliver : ,: :WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station : I'

:. :. Servian. .: sa: OUR 30 '.Experience In Electrical Work : : : : .J.'H. BRADY..Manage. PHO1TC.11M :""I
: .rltsriisT. : ':; '01' Appliances : : Fraud and DlrUSoa.Slneta ::
9 to 11 SHOWING : :
.: LUNCHEON, HiM to I. :..-....... ..... ..'. ..... .._ .....a..........e..... :: 211 Dmral StreetTELEPHONE :. '.:: Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop. :: : Tire Tube Batteries Auto AcccMorio
i . DINNER i to 1:30 : : ....................................*............* ELECTRIC : 41 .122. .SIMONTON STREET.Yom. PURE. OIL .and GASOUWE GeaielHo11FsUNIII1T :
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. . :. Open o.Ut and Sunday.: ': : : 'Ice. Cream Proprietary Medicine : : FUNERAL : : DRY GOODS' .: ': .SUITS for Service MEN\ : :: 60i-OS GREENE STREET :

f,. :: Sick Room Supplies School Supplies .: .:: HOME .: :. 1106 OLIVIA STREET ':. :. and WOMEN : .:. Auto( Painting S45 to d 5OOJ :

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: : : -'-- -220" DUVAL- STREETExclusive ; BETRAYED A TRUST. .. .: .: : : I ::
; Monroe County Distributor for : .: WE HWILL. : and. : Orerseaa Hotel SIS Fleming St. ; .
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. .. Tit DUVAL STREET .. Carrier AirConditioningfor :: :: Ambulance Service : : Children'sApparel : : : ,.: ::...rDONALD. . BARBER : .'.
j : Jmrnih* Furniture : : Domestic and Commercial Use : ; 548 : : .. ; '; I ServicePHONES : . We Specialize : ;!
% : HOUSEHOLDHJUMTIIRK :. .: 133 ..1 .. S1SO : Telephone . '. : : Scalp: .Treatments Hair Dyeing :
: ...e............i... ............:....:.........: : Never Sleeps' : \ .: ,. Established 1885 .175 eLL"TTPK OPrKRHAKKNT RRLR.fIi ."" .n. : .:
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: BroaditltRADIOS : : : :......................................!....-:.. ;.:.: !Directors. ; andCuibalmcrs : .... .:. :.........:...:...........................
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I .: andAppliances .:. : .. .. J A. MYERS .:. ;:.. . : .:'. STELL'S- BEAUTY NOOKScientific ,p i 4 :

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: Full PET SUPPLY Line :.: On Old or New noon-CALL US'FOR AN ESTIMATEGuaranteed : 1010 GRINNCLL STREET :
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: fat : : Full{ GARDEN :SUPPLY. Line ; :. q Uranly: Culture in all its Vhasmt :. .:
SHELLS : Permanent -' Scalp TreatmontaFacials
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1. ; ;: .Ruddy Seals Iff Rental ServiceParking ....................*eee...................* : Properties Improred la.and Key Vacant Wect : ; d Next Street to Southernmost :: "
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KEY: WEST: COLT CLUB STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL ......; ;. Directly in Front of Postoffice .*.....................!. .:......Telephone....... 206 for Appointment.............
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a WASHING MACHINE FOR SALE : Your Entire: House with : : : P.M,-Appointments are accepted :
: : : Our Customers Must B. : .:. OFFICE : : fromp11h1icbySeDWStudeDtaof : 'S! .
Satisfied ; : : 524 SOUl liARD : : "'; ,/
RepairingMECIIAMCS : ; INLAID TheSouthernmost :
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Methods : TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE> : : ,
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EASY. ABC MAYTAG : : : Key West : : -THE- : of state approved instruction who know the latest I I
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KENMORE PACKAGE . ; PorterAllenCompany : :
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S25 DIVISION STREET : : C. : beauty culture, do good. work at very low prices. Although .
$. ': 1 Wrinpcr, Roll : "We Deliver- Floor t Covering : : : appointments are not required it is advisable, :
Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : : For Appointment Stop at

}k ; : THE TRADERS : e.Packaged Goods .. .....130...DUVAL.......STREET..............KEY....WEST.......FLORIT......A.rl..: _....................... .........523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE.......537........., I

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: Wlicn You Co ?. : It Takes : : JOHN R. WATSON. Manager
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."' .. Food'Shopp1 ;' ' : ASSURE YOURSELF of : ; if llJil O PANTS Regular $..... Values $7"' : : PHONE 503RLANDSCAPING
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Table Cloth : :
..!Ii : ENRICHED BREADTh ServiceAl's :: :: Couch and Aprons Covers Linens Silverware Curtains Radios Plastic Electric Irons : :: Tree Surgery-Tree Removal :
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YXf SCORES" 6-4 "GRAYFISH: Its Loves. and. Liver - -1 1I :World's Hungry Children .Get Food Relief j

: SOFTBALL WIN I <)':>'.-- <.,".> '" t .<1t ',-' ,. < = .If --.r _;_ .... t Under---- Stars .and Stripes- and U.N. Banners 1

t, :,r .;t, .> M. A Children Crusade Builds

j OVER KANTOR1Sr ,,- L; J I Friends for America Midst

7 . ..... Chaotic Conditions AbroadNEW


Flyrra :Make Five Rnns In,* YORK. May 6-You could I
1. : call it milk
,f-< star-spangled pow-
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Fifth,. Inning To Defeat i I Illieir : Hialeah Indians ,.. .. .. 'It's served under the Stars and

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Opponents Lat i If" f 'y.., ':, /.. : : .. .' '" j.iMu... .y' {, .. ; comes from the U.s.A. y

Night Coifjn!,!!n(3. : Science_>,finds_.nou. _IShment" .nh' In the story of its love lifo W!! I And children wherever all over it goes the to world hungry -,

it brings a star-spangled brightness -

VXl taking the place of the Games Sunday! I to,their eyes.
Many of the children in Poland
Driftwood Club their r -
won .first By FERN IIAUCLAND v said irt an article in the government publication, Czechoslovakia. Italy France.
gamer against Kantor's Men'sShGp' Hialeah Ihtlians leaders' of the i lAP Nevrsleatuzes "Commercial Fisheries Review": Finland, China, never saw milkof
last night 64. It was a i any kind before their gener-
hard fought game until the sixeh Dade County Baseball League I WASHINGTON.! sex life of the grayfish I' Only 20 to 30 percent of the liver's weight in ous friends In America throughthe f r

when Everett Sweeting weakened are scheduled to play a double- upon a maJor'' source the smallest grayfish is oiL At commercial' size, voluntary foreign relief ai n-
headar here Sunday at the Mu- aad walked three men com- of vitamin A. r ; is more than 60 percent oil, builds bones and bodies and

btMii with two errors and three nirinal First slated for 1:00 Two western scientists found that the vitaminA and with continued growth this increases to 75 friendship. I .a* '
IbiU -and five runs crossed the game the liver i is pci cent" Today, millions of kids have a
content of oil from grayfish correlated
enough to win the o'clock with Pancho Salinero on chance to recover from rickets,
game. femal grayfish mature the
4 the hill for the locals. Gabe Las-t I to the sex: sexual maturity and length of .around from tuberculosis, from the gnawing -
Fleitas two eafHv and K*>I- i
length of 40 inches.
Then the vitamin A
tres, who defeated Eastern Air j the fish. potency pangs of hunger with which
17. for all the Kantor's hits.
Sun- I and he jf liver 6il starts increasing rapidly, too, in the they have lived all their lives
CVUSOIM hit for the Lines of Miami hers: last The, male begins to mature early as
a triple Fly- fish because Americans sending
!:. day, will toss 'em over for Key does the vitamin A potency of his liver oil shoots that continue to increase in length. I them red-white-and-blue are calories Ii f

ers.Injhs field Cussons Sutton. West in the second battle. upward.' By the time he's 36 inches long his liver : Sanford and Bonham said the grayfish is the and kindness.In to

Pittal and F.tell "were he. leaders has four and a half times as much vitamin A as ; source of morn. than one-fourth! of the nation's the name of the Crusade for

for winners. For the losers Phillies Beat does; that of an immature female the same length. j I vitamin A. I Children Aid-United of Nations American Appeal Overseas for

Solomon. Kerr and E. Sweetingwere F. Bruce Sanford Fish and Wildlife Service i jI The government has recommended that no Children. Americans are subscribing -

the Lest. I j I chemist at Seattle, and Kelshaw'Bonham. biologist' male grayfish less than 30 inches long and no $60,000,000 this spring to finance -

Score: I IKantnrf N.Y. As Boston I for the Washington State Department of Fisheries, female; grayfish !ess than 3C inches long be taken. I the foreign American relief activitiesof
002 020 0 4 3 5 25 voluntary agen-
c STAR-SPANGLED l\-IILK-ClMlcr the America ftar. milk served to
j the United
Flyers 001 050 6 4 if - __ _.. cies and to replenish
x hungry children abroad
; Wins From Bums - n. Nations International Children's brings star-opafled ferichlMM to eye tkthave
i 'f E.Swecting and Fleitas; lIen- Fund. known starvation. Photo above was take. ia Cieefcovtovakia to
sort and Damanis. I I J :; WILL YOU' SMILE? Emergency-. Jules Perlstein. 'recently re- March showing that despite governmental chances, ,.......-....
I Br The A-"a. Prow) The Weather United relief, building healthy bodies and firm friendsn s ii* recognised as
,turned from
... NEW YORK, May 18-Philadelphia 1 Bark When a- two-year coming from the land of the free.
j I Nations mission .in-Poland, reports -
Bob's '
In the nightcap, the Sport Phillies defeated the New I
Shopwon their third straight I a need for more food and United States provides the great-f in the United Nations Appeal fee
York Giants 7.1, behind Leon- t of millionsof
; medicine the
FORECAST on part est financial strength.Mr. Children to rat** voluntary contribution
game over the Vets of Foreign ards's four-hit pitching last nightin Key West & Vicinity: Partly! !i You're-Ready: children in Europe. He urged Perlstein also gave assurance ,.. so thot the work of
Wars by a 10 to 2 score. contributions to the
one of the two night games Jew that all food provided UNICEF may be continued and
scattered thunder-
I Th Vets scored two in the cloudy campaign to feed the hungry children extended.Ceatrlbul4.
played in the League. through UNICEF is accounted for
storms today tonight and Wed- of the world.Recipients .
first but that was as far as they .Boston ,Braves: continue'slowlyto ; :! The dog has taught me several from the moment it arrives. .w Needed
go. From then on. Roberts 'lead- nesday. Little. change in temper-. InformedThe *"Our> Mission knew where
couki climb toward the league j: tricks: ev- America's sharo in the woottwWe -
shut: them out. Bob's scored ership. They now are in .third r. m& I I children he emphasized ery ounce of food went from the appeal to DM Crusade t.e
three in the second on four hits. ; with standing of 12-10 Florida: Fair extreme north.I '!i track, retrieve, jump over know where the food comes from, moment it entered Poland untila Children, which a also sol--.
Three more in the third on four with a percentage a. of .545 as' a I( Partly cloudy central and south] .r..r..rPII sticks; them and the informed.He governments. help to keep child ate it," Mr. Perlstein de funds for Americas major ....-

tnore hit and one in the fifth result of beating the Brooklyn portions with a few scattered : I We plan to meet, some evening reported that it is a definite clared.The bulk of UNICEF food ship tary feeding foreign a! total relief of J.MonciM..... ayte row

on two hits and three in the Dodgers 12-3. Sain pitched well I afternoon thundershowers sou\h..i soon policy of the Polish governmentto ments are of dry skim milk whichis children and aiding, ia other .__...
sixth on three hits. for the Braves, letting. them down portion today and Wednesday.! I And practice howling at the give widespread publicity to valuable to hungry children feeding projects. -1....... cUI*
Walker Albury. Mira and Her-: ,with nine hits. t Not quite so warm extreme north| moon. the United Nations International abroad because of its protectivefood dress and 4......W adults.
0mana>z hit doubles. The scores: portion, otherwise little change! Most kids think they can be I I Children's'Emergency Fund. Posters 'elements. It is estimated that Contributions, which meMI'"
VOUreal& caught a fly and in temperature. j good friends. But how many I Wheat 481 at feeding points explain the 230,000,000 children in Europe and food and tritndihip for In* Mtf-
I NATIONAL LEAGUE is grown in all i nature of UNICEF to which the children sIn..... stay k
doubled Harris at third. C. Val- I East Gulf & Jacksonville thru Asia do not enough food for made
, of them really meet the test? j I I American statespeopleand United States is a large contributor. get to Jon r> ign c'oartWtees
des Caught five flies in center. (Night Game) the Florida Straits: Gentle to'I Here is the I & In addition to press and radio normal health or growth. UNICEFis or seat dirccUy my ta nuional
a friendship quiz
Means and Villareal were the R H E Moderate winds thorough Wednesday -; I I I| Cooperation, teachers doctors and feeding 4,000,000 children in headquarters of Americas Overseas -
beitJfor the Vets, and Villareal Boston ___-_-.__"---. 12 18 1 I mostly easterly kids got up to test their friend!. mean it? | parents tell the children that food Europe and is starting: a feeding Aid-Unttod ....... AM**|
Mira and Walker and Hernan Brooklyn __m__.'m..- ..392 treme south portion variable!rating. Try it and see how you:I' (b) Do you pay a compliment 1 u coming to them through the program in Asia. The people of I 3t llro.iwYork. .,,-Anr
Sain and Masi: Palich. flatten; rate! Check the description I grudgingly I i United Nations for which the some 50 nations are cooperatingTODAY .
dez each hit two rely. over central portion, and I
Roe and Edwards. that fits you best. ,, /c) Say one thing and mean _. _.
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The score: I over extreme north portion .be-, 1. Are a good companion-1 1 another! I

Bobs 033 013 10( 13 1Veu RHE coming northeasterly over ex- j (a) Agreeable you unless you are C. Are you considerate? Who Knows? [ IN HISTORY WILL YOU SMILE I'
200 000 236 treme north portion this after- -
Philadelphia ___.__ 7 10 0 I being taken advantage of? '' (a) Do you try to avert unpleasant I i (Know America)
Roberts and ; : Tynes noon and over north tonight and
New York:._..._ 1 4,3 ) (b) See the other fellow's side incidents? Translated]
and gallon.Bayview. -.nn-- Wednesday Partly cloudy weather. I(I b 1. What percentage of Ameri- : 1836-The.WiJkes expedition to Freely
( ) Embarrass I
\ of it of
Leonard ;and Semenick; New- occasionally? t 1 i I ia member j cans voted in the presidential '
I som, Hartung Trinkle, Jones Jacksonville to Apalachicola:|: (c) Always want your own j i i, your crowd by injecting I election of 1944? the Antarctic first Government.'
Park ? sour criticism? scientific expedition authorized, An AberMWMi wt a visit to a
and West rum- way j i
No small craft Storm warnings I 2. What age group is responsible -
or I'
2. Do you like people? .(c) Make the ,most of a squab- i for the most fatal motor fitted out. friend overstayed. tm wecon t Jt
t vehicle -
'SoftbaI11\fin crave, beep issues. i (a) Genuinely? .. ,1 lj a by"taking sides and pro- accidents? 1864-Historic Civil War's was getting toward Christina.and -
(b) Just tolereate them? longing it? ) Bogus Proclamations Joseph
Report J hIS hart M. kwdfv
Recreation 3. Ibn Saud is the ruler--of njM a
City f I (c) Would you rather be alone? 7. Are you thoughtful? |;What i ;country? 1 1! Howard Jr. New York journalist hint would bare tile iulrrd. rr

f Bill Tonight :, Key West Fla, May. 18, 1948 j I 3. Are you kind? '' (a).At the slightest opportu- .., 4. What disease leads all!.' writes story that Governmenthas suit"Don't
ntty! 's ordered 500,000 for
(Observation taken at Office 1 I ; others more men he
Program City as a killer? i 1 ymi think Mid.
8:30 A.M.. EST) (b) On special occasions? I 5. How long has China been a service. Meant as a burlesque. "that your wife sad family will
(c) Not often? but fined and imprisoned for it.
Naval Hospital and ElkS Club t
Temperature Republic? | want you to be with them .at
will1 be pitted against each otherIn Highest yesterday _ __ . .87 8. Are you,e good' sport? t 6. How old >s Harold E. Stas- j j 1885-The Canadian Pacific ; ChratiM

the opening Softball game of SOFTBALL Lowest last night _.. no n 79 (a) Can you always lose grace. sen? Railroad opens. "j I bream" npBii Ifce Abt. .

a doubleheader tonight at Bay- Bayview Park. Night Mean __..__._n'. 83 fully? I 7. Can you identify: A EC. ;: 1899-Theh first Peace Confer-'I I ni n. "I be4ieee ,...',.. ....hII *

View Park. TONIGHT- Normal -_.- __."'unou _. 80 1 X111 (b) Most times? EGA, CEA? i!i!I .ence called by Russia's Czar 'j I rale thotfV .' yw 111 fend lot
( ) Bad loser? at the Hague.
be the c ; opens "
is to
Lewis expected
7:15-Naval Hospital vs. Elks PrecipitationTotal s 8. How many lynchings oc- :i them.
pitcher for the leagueleadingElks Club. last 24 hoursT.. ins. 9. Are you generous? : curred in the U. S. in 1946-? I I 1917-The First Selective Draft

? and Martin for the Navy 9:15-Adams Dairy vs. Sub- Total this month .62 ins. (a) Do you give willingly to a 9. Where is the lowest pointin Act enacted by Congress. | 75 A....... colleges repo'various
.Orderlies I The will) beginat worthy cause? : the world? 1923: -President Harding -3Ug- ..
game Ron 4. Deficiency this month 1.16 ins. forms of forums W. ne :
b Take !: gests to country's steel makers
( ) care of yourself
'7:15 o'clock. 10. 'How is Mt Everest? :
: THURSDAY7:15Elks- Total this year 16.53 ins. high which are tnterraci&l
that abolish the 12-hour
first? they
Irothe nightcap. Adams 'Dairy : Club vs. Driftwood Deficiency this year 8.73 ins. !
will) stack against SubRon 4. Relative Then give td others, may- shiftI
up Club. Humidifyat be? The AnswersI. !I I 1935-New York City's drive
Th means a lot to the 8M A.M.
cam 9:15-SubRon 4 vs. VFW. ,
(c) Give only for personal ; ;: on crime proclaims by name the
Dairymen, who need a, win to 73'Barom.ter;;
remain in second place of the i 1 I gain? i 57 per cent :!'I leaders of criminal gangs as enemies BROADWAYCIGAR
7:15 Kantor Men's Shop vs. 1
: -
,10. Can keep a secret? 2. In 1946-25-44 of the public.
41 you 1 year group49 -
Class A league and SubRon (Sea Level) 8:30 A.M.
Naval Hospital. (a) By .forgetting it right after per cent j j I 1936-The Guffey Coal Act invalidated -
mustrwin to get into'the race. 9:00: -Bob's' Sport Shop vs. 30.09 ins.-1019.0 mbs. 'I STORE
hear it? by the U. S. Supreme
; you i ii 3. Saudi Arabia. i
O'Neil of the Hospital will j Adams Dairy.JUNIOR Tomorrow's Almanac (a) Can you lend a helping i (b) Sharing it with "just one .; 4. Diseases of the heart-all'; Court.
probably match his wits against Sunrise _- -._- 5:42 a.m. hand without figuring an ] person?" forms-321.5 1,000,000 r j 1942-Price control in effect. 610 Duval Slrrrt
per popu-
Sue'Griffrn of Adams Dairy on SOFTBALL Sunset .. . 7:05 p.m. angle for yourself? j i i (c) Quickly forgetting it is a lation in 1945. j I 1944-American planes bomb

the mound. I Bayview Park. Afternoonand Moonrise 4:03 p.m. (b) When you think about it? '!! secret? 5. Since 1911. oil yards in Rumania and Yugo- COMPLETEBASEBALL

f' Morning< Moonset .._.-_._ .. 3:23: a.m. (c) Usually ignore your neigh- I Score yourself: Each A equals !' 6. 41 years old. ;I slavia.

How( They Stand : WEDNESDAYNO bor's problem? 10; B, 5; C, 2. 100-90-Very Good I 7. Atomic Energy Commis- 1945-On Okinawa. Americans
announced. TIDES 4. Are you loyal? i Friend; 75 to Fairweather sion; Economic Cooperation Ad- '' win and lose two small hills

Baseball : SATURDAY-games Tomorrow (a) Often try to defend a ma- i i Friend; Under Unfriendly.. ministration and Council Economic iwice. SCORES
Major j Leagues (Naval Base) ligned person? Advisors. i> 1946-Railroad strike postpsn-
No announced.
:.* Florida-International I games Eastern Standard Time) (b) Lend a hand by listening I I' !i 8. Six. **"-".- ;; ed for five days just a few minutes -

Club- W. Tu. Pet. High sLow eagerly to gossip? \Si -n- 9. Dead Sea. Palestine 1,290. before the deadline for POPULAR BRANDS of

I Havana . 28 12 .700 TENNISBayview 7:03: a.m. 12:34 a.m. (c) Not only retell gossip, but!I I feet below sea level. t I strike. i ii
t Tampa 23 16 .590 1 I Park. Afternoonand 7:51:; pm. 1:27 p.m. exaggerate it? i I t i (You may write Vivian Brown j 10. 29,002 feet above sea level. I Cigars and Cold
\ Lakelan----------- 21 19 .525 Night I 5. Are you sincere? i In i care of this paper about news] Ii i i About 87 percent of t;. S. house

t Miami, 22 20 .524,I DAILY- ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA -(a)-Is---it easy for you to-_.praise- -..,'I'of'-- your- -own-gang.- ) j Subscribe to The Citizen. I II holds include onlv single individuals ': Soft Drinks41111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111IH11111111111IVIII I
St. Petersburg 20 20 .500 I j I City tournament Reference Station: Key West .. -- -- -- --- --" - --I II or parents and children

Time of) Height of I i without other relatix-es.
Miami Beach 19 21 .475 I II II _.

I Wes Palm Beach 16 22 .421 I SKATING StationTid. thigh water tit de tts.Keadri. .. ' -- .......................

J ForULauderdale: 11 30 .268 Bayview Park. Night BnIJa Honda e d p "INDIA: fx.f sea 9ycvt .. I....................._I..
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j Club- W. L. Pet 7:00: to 9:00 P.M. I I (east end) _+2b 20m I I: + f c ? 'P The MAXWELL CO. Inc.

t SU Louis .... .- ..-. . 13 7 .650 Boca Chica 'ilA C pr' ,
BASEBALL (Sandy Point)-Oh 40mCaldes
New*York 12 9 .5711| 'r' Tf G f'F Specializing in
Boston 12 '10 .545 Municipal Stadium, Afternoon Channel ,
Pittsburgh .12'11 .522 SUNDAY (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft -s t T P r V e I N All Types off W

I.' 000 fc "
Philadelphia 1311 .MZ Two games announced between NOTE: . Hotel Restaurant
Brooklyn 11 12 ..473Chkttgo local teams and the invading pct'4l ,
(--Minus Correctionsto
8'13 ''.381.1 1 I
Hkileah Indians. .
Cincinnati _.. be subtracted. !
917 'J4C oOoI and BarEquipment
I (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to ti
AMERICAN I I I ArmyBarracks.. Afternoon :
Club- W. L Pet.1 SUNDAY- be added. /. : aaf .o :

Philadelphia __ 16 6 ..727Cleveland ,.< No games announced. (h-Hour. \ t
(m-Minute.) 1
13 6 .684, I'
I I (ft)-Feet. m r tNV L i
New .york .. .13 8 .619 1 I One-Minute\ )
Boston 11 11 .500
Detroit .11 14 .440 WILL YOUSMILE? We are now in the position to serve your needs wHh say

St. & uis. . 811 .421 SPORTS 7 type of equipment you may need.

Washington .___ ___ __ 913 .409 J'1 I QUIZ The Text We can fully equip restaurants with aH r..w..
Chicago ___ 4 16 200 J Few rlo6en I necessary
===.::-' 1. In whatsport ft Joes Pancho The family was having com- yoc ments. which include .
Segura. excel? pany for dinner. Julie aged five fi

Softball Leagues 2. What is Beau Jack's sport? j laid down her spoon, looked at \ r Edsae/on .. W./leror v 0 GLASSWARE DISHES SILVER

t Class "A" 3. Where are the summer her mother, and said: "Mommy \ \ f- \E j 1oRpdelneiro KITCHEN EQUIPMENT
Olympics being, held?
Club- W. L. Pet. I there's a hair in my soup."
4. Who manages the St. Louis I "Hush deer.: implored the em-
Bob' Sport Shop 7 0 1.000
Brown? harassed mother to RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES
Adams Dairy'n.. 2 2 .500' trying cover
VcUrof: Foreign Wars 2 4'.333 5. What is? Primo Canera'spresent i.. the situation, "it's just a crack

SubRon 4 . 16 .142; sport in your plate.
*" Class "B" Julie picked up her spoon, .. 1 r QrI i Tile MAXWELL\ CO.
i THE_ ANSWERS: stirred P iI Inc.
ClUb- W. L. Pet.:;I I 1. Tennis. dubiously" a few times. o ytuc0 eds. :

Uks Club _____.-___ 3 0 1.000'1' 2. Boxing. kwack"Mommy, she" insisted "can a I I Furniture and FurrmrtiflfsTELEPHONE
Kantor Men's Shop ..22 .500 1 3. AIR SERVIES MERGE I
England. -Merger of the Naval and Air Force air transport services ;, (12
Naval,Hospital i-r. "".:J.333, -4.Z -raylor<:;. ;-: t ..:. Crayfish i yes are dark at night effective June J. Into Military Air Transport Service (HATS.mark first major uificatioa under 909 Fleming Street Corner Margaret St. Key West. Fla."LIIII11HIIIHIIIIIIIvircE'i'i.tii .
VXl Flyers l' 3.250!I 5. Wrestling. ';'.' and light in the daytime. I National Defense Act- Map traces global routes,-totaling 'r;.6a miles, to be flown. Divisional head. I
Quarters will be located at Wsrkvsr; )lass.. Sea Aatni Tex.. tad la Ua" U. BLINDS


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TtlESDA .11A 18. 1948' i > ,CITIZEN : :..'_ : '
.wEST i '' RE ;
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I POSTURE ? 1 \ "j"f. .. .r".. .' . .
j is YOUR TYPE \... .: '.- ; ":.: ''''.'\ : ;> > .: '. .
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Note thighs.from under straight Sid.bust' view line to Sam thin type.standards Shoul-as Heavier have good girl t posture.I can. t I THROUGH ITS NEWS EDITORIAL'AND ; .iflj: ;= :;,:;"; '::, ''iai : ;t'

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I balance It straight ders, hipbonesand The same stand .; : I '"
line down middle knees should dards should I 1 .
apply :
ef neck te' hip. all, b*' in line for as in thin and i ADVERTISING COLUMNS . 1 t
bones, shoulders, <]] .J'
knees.has ., good balance. intermediate types. EHead E ,," ,, ; .: ;.; . .

Body ,slight I I Chest,abdomen re- I YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER PERFORMS ;. " :
forward droop, laxed. Slight for- slightly; forward : -.1
,should,. fraction ward droop from shoulder' : a i .
out of lino ef balance perpendicular line trifle rounded,chest J AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE : : 1 :
I ; diaphragm, of balance shortens low, abdomen relaxed = .
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abdomen and tho height. Protrusion -rather full. I 't> ''t < : .i
shoulders ,. of Spine curved inward I .
a the .abdomen i U .. j ,4, '
slightly relaxed. evident. slightly. 1 1strain j .- .. .. .- .: . ,, .
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Drooping body, Body' off balance. Drooping body, I :; : ; .
curved :
spin Spin curved; I lungs partly collapsed : ; .ti < I ..h. 'i. .. .
round 'shouldtrs, shoulders rounded, (deflated). I -1 "' -'" ':" { '

protruding, intestines roar J'to"och .lungs lapsed. partly Abdomen col Spine Stomach badly, intestines curved. : gi 7i, .J'} 'j..i "A;' /",1" ,. :. ,.: :: '. .. ' S

eg downward, extended;'o r g cf n s sag downward affecting r: :\ ... . . 4' .. .
causes backache sag ddwnward. health. t tD.00pin9 : : ; ::..d I I4 .' : :-...
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lungs partly col Body drooping. and body "" ,1. <, tc. t-- .. t. .'. ..._ . ... .' ,, .1'4 .
laps.dttaundshoulders spin. curved. The lungs partly collapsed I- 1 i ,. : 1 f. I. \; : :
,muscles of abdominal -' "
back, sway and legs strained. organs; sag out of 1 .: > :

; stoma protrudingrear ;I, intestines stomach place. Spine very_ < < :. .;r'f r'-- : : : : ,
I.U..VJ gab,causing ing and badly curved.severe -: i ; .
intestines tend to strain"on i ,
indigestion.By sag 'downw rd. back,<,le9,5._ ., ..: ". ." "
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AP Newffeatures BETTY CLARK Beauty Editor ;1 I' .r'' '

Posture U much more important to beauty than think. 1 on muscles and tenons of {
you \
wrist and arm, arm will.tire
I[ your :1F7- ;
II will you are a dumper a: slouch or a "duck walker, your beauty. .easily. Therefore sitting or stand- :
sutler. I i ing I with the head: thrust for- t ILLUMINATIONSo
Nature has designed your back for proper balance. When I ward means that some other .
I I por- .. \ .
i thrown into unnatural ,', : .. . .
your weight an position by faulty tion of the body must be thrust . '_ ,.. '
posture your health will suffer also. That is just one of the ;backward to counterbalance the '. q W' '
reasons schools, colleges: industrial plants, health and maternIty ; downward pull of the head.
centers have icr ion year*, r' The abdomen when allowed S < \, all "' :
i to will permit the front of I
ceUbrated a National! Posture I I sag may see .
Week.Slrasplaa. ( put on your body by standing the pelvis to drop, downward .
sitting or walking improperly the shoulders win become more
and touching reduces this Hold a weight or a baseballin I I rounded causing what physicians
flat spree la chest and your hand while your arm is in I I term lordosis, which: they
ebdr sad the ls less
ft a vertical position. Easy isn't it? say eausss disfigurement to the :
for bjportant crgsns. posture Now try holding the same weight I I bodies of millions of w men. i
experts 111 Uf. Tbere heart is less... with your arm slightly off the I l Remember Nature gave you a I.
for -
room lungs vertical. Because the weight ex- good start with a strong back.
.altlae Mf." The less_abdominal letting earn stomach and muscles less. erts__a_downward: pull-causing .It_is up to you to use it properly. One particular ,section----the Classified--' -serves : the :community

liver ectaerjWhile. sad the otter time organs to cultivate fall to. LiL't1'1 highlighting .the way to immediate sales" arid the quick y

Roof posture 'U during the crow A. A? N.wJarwalio.rroph .i

restored tag period and body physical balance efficiency may be satisfaction-- of buyers' needs. Each millions of dollars' :

to enj simple yd by pmtur a careful rules.adherence :.. _ i year, ., ..
You C'a"htIp your posture iminejsurahlv MARRIA .1' .
brad high by thin throwing in. shoulders your I I pr 101 RATE,OOo MARRIAGE RATE of American business are transacted through the classified ,

bark, chest up. and waist back. PK 1.000 .
Make Mire abdomen is
drawn In. knees are straight but I j columns of the nation's '
.olsrosAlE e+coME
papers. .
nut S ff and feet are parralleLT 82.5 pstar/s S45.2M I
test the II strain that may beTomrerntrlres I I Ity . ; "'
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.SO A.M.. E.3.T.statt I r ? "
r For those who have sell r trade I
.- I IAltttty a specific product to rent_ i t

B...... ,, __.... ...... 56 59 M MARRIAGE RATE .
t --- -- -- MARRIAGE / I need fill CITIZEN WANT ADS the
BIrll'WniM1n' .!.. :. ..._ 58 RATE I per 1,000 or an especial to are I
Bwmorklltiffato . __ ._ . 61 per 1,000 I ;
n..a .. _..._ _ . | 13.8
: I.- 13.2

Chetlrsten. _- ..p.--.. .... ..- 52"I 68'! II I most effective, economical, and. quickest means outadvertising;

thtie4i i
ClNfMMnver. .
f>- .. MiM J I! ? $116.2 BnLI r (( "*$175.3 BILLIONS h 'I ;' :- .
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D ra- 69 I I Source:US.Dept.Commerce; Bureau cfihe. Census. r "; .....:....1Ir' " :.- .

''WorthGlvetMn _.__.__ .-. 78 68)): : i.'. : : .' :: ;. C';; 1
Jaek snnvitte _'. .. 74 .1 '. .: ; .
"A City Is Only As Progressive As Its Transportation System" a ty; (

I.Key KEY K..:...AMeki.West.WES Cay. Airport T --_--. 57 56'"i II I j'i::: I II ::''i 1 ; & l ffV'tJ ;> : : r< :. I"I"&U'I

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l/aaville. ) 52: SEC lOAN .
M.ten.. __ 76 -- . . .
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afmnrapnthiMemphis ._. . 62 I II I- I

, New New York OiINm.__...-. ." 71.591,I',II I-I-- 44rsTNki The Next Time You Co AnyPlace r'. Use the <. .. . ; : ,
N..tJk _,_w. . . C2 63 :- \ in Key West . S -, : -
Ou.tw1lU troy
Retire the hits .
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lYmamtltmnrtkr.. .-:.-- .. ,__ _" 76 .;,: J .

fWtl'tAnaenlo 8t L..iiHs _. ______- _-.-. .. 64 59Krelttx SS' -:::: I I ::2. I'Ul'r/REIJ

tart Panel 'o 41'!'' : .
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tkwnd tl* OuiaflM Nrw Amsterdam and the British, 1 later ac- I'i i BUS FARES itS i In ,:.f t;:;. '

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call*rl New V..k. I: Downtown Buses. 5 j :!
: Routes 2 and 3.- C :1

-Pia.WORMS More for !i t hi)
Yon Get Poiaciaaa and f .
Naval Hospital 10' : The West Citizen
1. ,Nw, Treatment Your Money . -- : I Key 'I
Miles City Hospital.
,0 GO; his Real ResaI'ts when you travel convenience bus. :! I Stock Island and "It? : I

"-" M ,. ..W.....4b s.r.w4.1 and of safety cleanliness. Courteous driYBoca Chica: . C : I
r .nr =.-..... -= ers who put safety of their passengers : : i
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I I "Miss 1 1I West" -'-- " "HENRY,. . WALLACE- VISITS CHRYSLER PICKET : LINE.*F ". 1..:; I DPWC Officers i we. wMf essl...... IYMr 4wtr,1s ;, I

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Key May ': .' po ap a

S6 p ?' 11 Tie, \I 1 1OBSERVATIONS' 1 y| to ft v"'r Instal( ''cflI t ..... Mw. _-M.- 1'"-- ... t

I : '. Co; On To Atlantic City CHEAP C pgOFI -- I I Jans fat intlaHrti tsuahuorl. t STOP ITCM/II' :

: : ies of the newly a...... e>rl.e.
1 YMPA'r . f 'f' or*I. .FOOL of the Key WeM buxaaa and 1....... ,.,..MI'r ,
s11i Professional Wetnrns' CMfc will ; .

I : IN "MISS s.e %- ,.--LEE: : IPPP i be discussed at the iirt.%. rend- .... .......,. :
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don't DO that! ,, |'lar meeting tomorrow Mud** at SHAY'S O'HrMfHr

: : IDA" CONTEST A .r Three slot r machines were carried \; eight cluck at rte w\wne 'It j -.- -

ou v SatuVday into the j jail clubhouse on Ducal MitK.! |I
JACKSONVILLE | side of'County Courthouse. They Officers for the tniMing year I!Ii .
I are: WilhelrMM Hat*ey, ....... 'i Per ...... I'liwaarYFI ....

The Junior Chamber, of Commerce had. been ordered destroyed by dent; Mary Lee GfhtB. firm ;, ) ..-r .-
#t Judge "n ppagaa4> aro, of Criminal .Grave Mosby', .
of Key West has signed a I vice president: MMIH Iq..hlNei
franchise with the Jacksonville Court A crowd of the curiousvas second vice president: Guise At- i:
gatheredaround.> len. recording: soaHjfiy; I rise {IH.&H.Plu.ltMtCo.
Jircrj for the selection of a :4 Then .'out. from Jail ..
1t County Miller corresponds ** t.tery; IUd i I
klieg Key West to take part iiv came' :.three former patrolmen. Marie HarteL teeaeimo1 1444 Feearh .reef

the beauty contest at Jacksonville Hector CastnX 'Frank Jolly and 1 Chairmen of sten "' I . .
Samuel Batb. They carried aTvaA
Beach fot the selection of. +cYOU'LL
lilt Florida.. sledges 'aad.: were' prepared. to else. Someone wilt 4t .... of I "Ie
break tht*machines. Castro and that ship and run thje f...,. II 1614 car, rF

The' winner chosen as IvVss: t S Bath started*to work on the may not be! soon. but erleehadly" I JJ.,,,,,,,.. ,.,.,. c.-; ..
Florida will be!. sent to AtlanticCity r t gambling:>" bdxes. Jollystood you'll see Key West antiaye4.wr. 14!+44/44 t iestah-Iml . li ateoj
to compete in the Miss looking down' at the machines. linked .h.. aiwt' a ."
I 'America contest, which will be ,
I "I 'never want to- see another I 1 -
held from September 1st to 7th. slot machnefcas'{! long as I live" ,
I All expenses to this event will he declared as he turned away j .

be.paid by the Mia Florida Pageant from Ahem and entered the_jail. !

Committee. We didd't' blame him a bit for 0 ,4
I Winner. of the Kejr: West event ,Jo turning: away. Nor did the -
(Ai'Vlre.PIl.i+j ." .;
will bear the tiUe of Miss Key crowd..* 1Judga3l4Iacy f- .
'West' and will be sent to Jacksonville ,HENRY',WALLACE-center( .. "hatleuj.' ) third party presidential candidate who is in Detroit opa': . . *, I ' .

with all expenses paidto speaking_engagement,.takes time out, to speak with'.UAW-CIO'pickets at the Chrsyler plant. The'luto Albury vf Municipal !I ,- -

compete in the Miss Florida :!\ wosk rs''one'd.r-01d.strike.'.drew',hot .words from Wallace. "Raises now being. asked. **he said i Courtwas severe in sentencing ;!
content.' The winner of the Key :-"could be,paid.' And '.it-would _be good for if they were." r.: v Alexander H. Dorman to 1 -t) i't.

West bathing contest suit and will an also evening receive dress a I I I.supplied I AGAIN .NOT. If you BJ INVITED forget"fovrifo --=: _ .;; j '_ .... c_.. _. ,, __.-. _.-:---_. _ -'- .....-..,._ _____ ____----.:.._ I being part! .Ii a jri.'minor of $150 who'and consumed costs: for t. ,ba, .; !fI t

*by the Key West Junior!i your thank-yew note.PreNnptifil :.- . TATION!"WhiS.. PRE. KNESS' BY FIVE .LENGTHS' ;.. liquof fn* ttJ: e' Club !900. Simon-I I 0 iet"l . :; '
I Chamber of Commerce. '. .
: ". "i ,; '. I ton streeC"early Sunday.
I Rules'of the content are as fol-! . . "" ... ., " . But Ih'dvWifrancfe the t
I lowif ,. t -. :.' ,.. .:' <<. ,- '.. .''* .1...:.:;.."' ," .' .... .. .. ;"- ,.s-! '''' l"'=".",,, covering -..
01 hl : : ': "fl. .
1..Contestant; must be a resident \;' J t .. ;: ; ; ... ..j''" K < :" ." .:"" : ':",A-;' ,,;'!"J"-/.o/; "(: j\-1.,',,'l{, " sale oft BqucSt-:to.'minors gives to :I, . i

of Key West. Florida or Parties For k.- ': > '/*" -. f': ?. I the jjudge 93)Iyay.I It "'pcci- ;....; . .. .11
I : : '>-.a+t, t' ti Q ically states .the fine shall be no .toL -
Monroe County for six months I Gloria Silvelra V ., > 1V : ; lower than $ISO: 'so it being the
to the content. This rule ;
prior : taw fI
I is. only waived for 'contestants j I! ,M.t eiaL4 : j ;:"the'"jtldgte "was compelled tot t
of assess the.fine.
whose residence is out of the Concluding a gay pre-j :
nuptial parties honoring Probably'now, young sailors : TI 't; I' T.... .__'1,
city or state, but who is a collegeor I the . I .... .... .
not'ge into bars. '
Gloria Diaz- Silveira and her ... ;c: arc. .r. -t.r r
univenitY'5tudent' in the city I '. .' ;.. 1 .' ( 'j. that ,,,,...., It" :.. .
I. fiance Danis-Jamcs Jos. .. - doesn't mean they can .
Ensign .
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or Mat|! where contest is held at < aw <'. : ; < 1.11"S: I! 9/i.r dr yi II
Mrs.. '.":. -" < I' older uetlinto the bars to __
time contest is held: She may not '.Downing. .Commander and j " / I u __ -_ _
B. J. Moreland entertained at ; 1 lwjibk T.and gin or brandy
t (Ini ithan Preliminary :' t
compete I m one -] :: j
I each cock-tails at their house on White : Ito consume,off "the.premises
Contest; I "
year. ]:
2. Contestant must be a high l Street preceding the wedding re- ) ; f4t J * i
I hearsal. .<<. Dick .Whittington; field rcpresentativy. : It's
school graduate or a senior attending : DICK ERVINfar
of. the FforMa Councilfor I
high school at time of I] Following the relicasal. Mr.: and "f
U'le..riruid. that Leonard
Gardner hosts
I Mrs. John A. were says
contest.' 3.: Contestant must be single||11, at a buffet supper at their homeon 1 (Mike)) 'Warren the blind man .
who operate' the stand in
South Street. The news
and never have been married. divorced !! ATTORNEY GENERAL
or ha'd'-marriagc annulled. table was resplendent with pink s the Post *Office. Building, runs:
and white spring flowers, tall 1 one of the best stands anywhere
4. Contestant's
age on SeptemberI.II.s. -
lighted lighted tapers and heirloom I in the.stafc., .
:, shall not be less than :
IS'nor more than 28 French China in white and 1 "Warren; a credit to the
community, said Whittinctr .
; $. Cpnte>tant. must, be of good gold.Guests t ron ATTORNEY QCHERAL
"lIe's nice stand.lIe's .
at both these events conducting a -
character and possess poise, per? W. want a ntaa who
were Mrs. A. D. Silveira mother getting ahead doing really
tonality beauty of intelligence face and figure., charm and 'f the bride Mrs. Denis-John ; } .; . I fIP:1li"Whittington- on work with other m....

0. Contestant must possess and Downing, of New Orleans Louisiana : is interested m ben of the cabinet: : maa

display In a three minute routine t[ mother on the,groom. Mm. 'I'I' starting another. stand in County who can rtpresant .. Hat"ainterests
Mouton, Aunt of the groom. Capt Wtrepttvloj. Courthouse for another blind .
Talent. This talent
maybe sing- to tM beat a4 his
wlag. dancing playing a musical and Mrs. McLaughlin. Uncle and WARREN WRIGHTS 'CITATION scores a decisive victory over his three rivals in the 72nd running man txToperatc.'Ue} has a man for ,r

iiwtrument, dramatic reading or Aunt of, the groom, Mr. and Mrs. ,of the histone" Baltimore. Md. Saturday.. The big Calumet Stables colt comes;" the stand. It will be up to some ability a maa who..rYeaU

she may give .a three minute Robert Browning' relatives of home five.Jengt ;.ahead.of Vulcan's Forger (second from..Jell). who was second. Pavard (right)! local organization, such ash the the dcpartnwata( of state
J. R. Ruh- Lions.Club, to the stand.It .
Ensign Mrs. sponsor .
talk vn the career she. wishes to Downey was; third and Better Self was fourth and last. Citation covered the mile and three-sixteenths ia': 1a.ernlneat.
senburger Miss Dudley Busey, loohs/like) / a grand opportunity t
'pursue.t 7. Contestant.must- be in Lt. Commander and Mrs. K. H. two minutes, two and two-fifths seconds.. .;:!. tot h-|" "one" of our helpless **. are nut eater role

(k.. and of the white race.goodhealth Morris..M.:. Harold Alen CaptainA. .I" .. _---"- ____ 1 :, neighbors., : I jl* JtrrMr.. Err;,.."
> ::
.. Contestant be either G. W. McFadden, Lt. and Mrs. : t . .
I may {lSt P ttrtlM 9 TteetDREMEMBER :
amateur or professional.fl C. L. Lewis, Lt. T. P. ConnelLLt Misis Edna Elherly Becomes J City'officials say they have no

I > For the Key West contest and Mrs. T. Dwyer, Lt. and . fear the ferry from Key West to

I entrant must furnish'''their own Mrs Helwick. Chaplain Snorer, u 'BridcOf( Ernest :'\ '! Havana will' eventually go into "
bathing suit and evening gown. Ensign John Crane James Chap- ( ( I e eratin.whether-- the Maritime
I The Miss West contest will man and Harry Delaney. Mrs. I I Commission at Washington mfcuies" ,
b* held at Key the Driftwood club Ray Navarro. sister of the bride [ A:double.:-ringr ceremony 'mark'*' .Officers 'thq""I0!ri"to the company 1L ON MAY 25th

, I Mrs. D. J. Kraker of Maimi. Commander ed.the marriage Saturday evening ? thalHs";building the ferry."I .
the evening of May 28th, when I I ( !
I II as
i the winner will be selected at a and Mrs. B. J. Moreland. |I of .Miss Edna Etherly to Suiriincr \\ --feelisjire. _that someone will YOUR VOTE RICHARD W. ERVINIs

, dance to be held that night. and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Card- Ernest .Salazer, Jr: ,| I y operate thc>ferry," said one city I FOR

( All entry blanks must. be in nee The was Courses I official 1 :this meek, "The ferry i is A CONTRIBUTION to Good eo..*...**. In FtorMa.
..cerem'ohy': ,, iday : designed tq operate on short
the hands of the contest
\ : by May 26th at' 5 p.committee m. Apply To Wed ,.6.15..p./m. jin_.St.. 'Mary's Star :; At High :' hauls. .,it';: could not go into op- Ira J i ,' .. Ad n'...n.ra' -

Mail' td the Junior Chamber of of the Sea the. Rev." cratio "lA If Miami. or__any_
! Commerce p. Q. Box 431. Key Applications for marriage licenses JoSeph .';Johnson, S:'.?. Classes are being i i i j -
"'est. Florida turn in to were filed yesterday in After'-the ': ]
I ceremony
I or any I I ,- a reception
a vacation course in r,{
Key West Jaycee the office of County -Judge Ray- was' kId't "the .;
mond R. Lord by Ivan H. Ham- I brwegroom'sresidence. 'at the Key West High : n.l !t

t WILL YOU SMILE? lett ?4. of the U.S. Navy. and I The brie. wore,, a 'white satin der direction of Earl i l j: 1 M4ss have that Certain Air
I by Patricia T. 'Fairchild. 23. of has been the teacher of { : :?- they
gown, fitted bOdice, with full
La Conch Hotel and by Ken School Band since I Dr. _
just For Two swirt entrain. Her fingertip ,
neth R. 23, of the U. S. i
f veil ber.Classes
I length of illusion fell from : will be aI j!
i -
The young couple had just.fin-i I'' of Navy.1417 and Pine Juanita street S. Roberts 20 a satin tiara; trimmed with seed hour daily. Beginners -.1 T e polar bear and Budweiser have ono

Uhcd "-inspecting- tiny 'I' I pearls. She carried a bouquet of at 9:30 a. m. and I thin; in common. . each grows up in the
cage apartment. Stepping stephanotis. j dents at 10:30: a. m. tiOn.
1e4neat.of air. Beginning in the starting
: earshot of the agent they bird-I TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES Miss Addie Sanchez maid of be no charge for this eip;!
pered briefly.. The wife I honor, wore a pale yellow embroidered which is for band I' peEajr*}, where yeast is added to the brew '

I at Jut and the husband turningto 1 1 I (Know America) gown. but with a few 11d'dJlI4own, through the fermenting , Ft
the agent exclaimed resignedly -' & -Sheldon Jackson Pres- Maids: of honor were Miss Dol- dents must provide I geing and finishing cellars, ingenious
ores Shubert in blue satin and -
byterian clergy-educator in Alaska .instruments. Students
I -Well. I guess we'll take it.I I Alaskan builder and mission- Loraine Shubert in pink -,;atin. cepted from the fifth to fUieW keep the air pure. This costly x 0
Although it is much too small." ary. born in New York. Died Charles'Wallace was best irian. grade. and precaution protects our priceless pure- t r

I *I dun't sec why retorted the I r I May 2. 1909.i Ushers 'were Haracio Sanchez Land practice will : the I cultured yeast from micro-organisms that
real estate man. The apartment I i 1840-Alphonse D. Rockwell.I' and Leonard Salazer. the high school one (> Key 4could
and ruin its all-important s'
was planned for two pen.i -, New York physician who put After a wedding; trip through week during the mar even
i pie.I I' electro-therapeutics on a sound the state, the couple will reside for members of the I II jv&fli'This safeguard is only one of many ,; '

1 1.know"'the young husband basis born in New Haven Conn. here. .' School Band and any DELIyER1'F. many steps that makes ours the mostexjfmsiv
; agreed "but you see, we were Died April 12. 1933.1849William Out of town guests were Mr. sicians who play a known.
hoping to be able to keep a sllJdI -I : T. Bull New Mario Gil 'Salazer, M:-s. Modesta ment. I |II j brewing process Every

I I fish:" York physician believed to have Salazer =Misses Milagros and! The band will be j ,sip pf Budweiser says it's worth it.
I(.I been the first to devote himself Aurora Nar njo. also Mr.. and Earl Dillon leader of I Ii ;

SOVIETS FLAN enitrely to surcerv. born in Newport Mrs. Armando Naranjo, all of School Band. |III 'I uiIInhIiiJlIJI'11'i'inIiJ"'I""yfl1P'v;
I R. I. Died Feb. 22. 1909. Cuba and Mr. and Mrs. Armando -. I

,GORKY DAMIJUSCOW.APThe .1862-1862.Dagiels. Ral'. Satazcr and family from The slang word I F

): new "eigh N. C. newspaperpublishereditor Tampa crook: slang in I II .'...'"A cs r/
secretary of the Navy a century. I
Hydroelectric Power
Gorky Station
I when completed will be only- under Wilson ambassador to I I Seek.; Divorces; II IL Budweiser
Mexico, born in Washington N -
slightly smaller than the.Dnieper
f .'..Electric. Power Station. This and C. Died Jan. 15. 1948.. Ppns serking divorces were Your Grocer SELLS I FOR FIVE DAYS
1873 Sime Silverman, found
; other details of one of construcl.ion I. filed yesterday in the office of Because of our great expansion
I er-editor of Variety. New York STAR I)
projects for the'next five : Circuit Court Clerk Rats C. Saw- program more
born Coriland N. Y. Died Sept.
jean in ''the Soviet Union were i 221933. yor by Molva W. Jlurldle:ton AMERICAN On Ih. sixth day Budweiser i ia available BOW.

reported byTrud" in a recentarticle. Uy 1889 Thomas Midgley Jr.. against Doris Elizabeth Wcicand and CUBAN to drink a
I try Demand it wherever
Hixldlct>ton. and by Lillian I. M. you go.
** j famed-chemist inventor ot'.ethyl Leo William M. Leo -Try A Pound sweat bearYou'll '
The dam. said "Trud will belocated' gas' t against ; p
born at Beaver Falls. Pa. I
50 'kilometers above
I;Died Columbus,-Ohio. Nov. 2, i
t Gorky on the Volga River. It u. .' Neon wont
: ,
I represents the fourth scheduled \Ui:.; I i ALBURY and SON ser.i*. I distinctive) tasto off .
link in the -Volga Cascade"a t II
serious'of dams and.power station -1 .1. CARP) OF'THANKS; i!I We Kinds Specialise of Neon in Signs AU PHONE : Bvdwaiser thoroaftar. ,

I wish ,to express sincere| $
my \
which when complete will I and Lighting Stripping 64HMSTRONG ,
put to almost full use the tretncduod -I thanks and, appreciation to Dr.I x. fh..erit.. "%Ih ...asKr J, .. J I
ofI I ,,'. Tws y"ltsvlft ca.
water power resources 1 Herman Moore and members .t t'.e.ra
SEE; IS: ... !II. '-F. 1I0"a'
of European Russia's 'greatest I staff of, the Municipal Hospital -- ALL I
river. The first three of these } for their attention and kindness '
fcaowe to b. ticntul to J Juuiboa.
during the fatal illness of . . w a . .
Volga River stations have been I i my plus lirer and Bu4wejser
already completed and are supplying ) wife. Audrey and to our many ARM BRAND.COFFEE a
the. Moscow area with friends, who through acts of i i TRIUMPHI J38 72',*. 12.59 .fc ? : r

power, ,. kindness and words of symoathv. j i I COFFEE 17.05 EI
expressed their friendship. I wishto i L t
The northern part of Times sayrhanks". Their kindness \ GARDNER'S

Square' in New York was onbnnin'as '. will never be forgoten.I ; ; ; '

Longacre square""" .after,I JAMES ARMOND ROBERTS. 1411, Crpc*r+ ._ j' PHONE 1114 DiTision 177 FREE St. j!; West\ f ii1l. = ANHEUSER-BUSCH . ST. LOUIS I
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