The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00536
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00536
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Sales;' ;', ., Solons 'Don't
Liquor ; > City
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After 2 A..ML, '.\':; !I r .{ "' rjr ; Want a Town Closed

Are Approved' f : :: Down As It Is Now




I! LIquor. will soon: be ,sold in )low:residents of the City of

I Kef: West ,after 2L: m. The "Key West stand on strict law, ,enforcement SURVEY

t t only adciUoaalrequhemenl en- is' not rtfno wn, but a $15,000 ITEM

I acted by city commissioners: at majority of the city commission

]I last .nights- meeting was that last night stated in no uncertain : ---- .'Harden Scores H. W. tko.L.I .

! the vendor be required pay terms that they arc for a liberal IEAI) IN GJUC": :
the' ,city aa i, additional' $1,000 i ( #. Wurphoto via"Radio-fronV! ,London) interpretation of the existing ..... I I And AWoriiil pt TrK
I for Ibis prl.Iiege.Commissioner i : BRITISH TROOPS on a barge pull .way from a deck at Haifa, Palestine: tor embark 6nlBe7eac' laity,,, and that they are not satis- f" .1 Solon SI 12.()M)() AfrtwJjrPaid

: John' CarbbneO' : -ualion ship Samaria (left background). They are leaving th*Haly Land at the expiration of:Great, tied: :.with how the city is being
4 The city of Miami doe. it this Britain's 31-year mandate'over the troubled country. TodaV Ihe: invasion annies'c1. fjve 'Arab' (,' run .! the present time. For Sanir Swtrjr

way.' This $lV00'fSe is in addition i nations are hammering at Israel, the new Jewish state which was proclaimed immediatelr'sftertl. j I I Commissioner Louis Carbonell !I
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Utility Beard id
to all other licenses, etc..1 British surrendered their mandate. {| \rwa$ the first to give his view- ap..r *-

This should bring into the city ,. . . ____ .. I the dinancc which is imrtalhagreed
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of. Key West from $10,000 to, to in tale by City C'tn-
1 $15.000.". ': Carbonell: "I want to state mission last maM ......
The ordinance on first read- Lewis PolicyConimittee i:I Ordinance Allowing Gambling g : that I-am for liberal interperta- ran M
"snag" when f'nmmiMiiiim
eL ( ing passed without; : dissent. j . ', ,, > fionof. the existing law*. I am
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t i not)in favor of the Louis Carboneel ubjertid U MI
way town
t City Commissioner Fred J.
Dion questioning City Manager; To i 1 Dcvicesrro' Be Destroyed Failed J jsbemg closed down." I item in the oreSmance. tat .I
f Spalding: "What has been done!t| ; :Commissioner John Car bone1! : lowed a payment *t $IVM t.. ht.
about police protection for the tI!I "I stand ready and willing to : made to the R W Beck .lUd
1 . City ManagerScalding: "I I Hold Meeting remarks." for the city of Key West Eke: :
.aAt' have made efforts'.to' obtain po-; CITY ATTORNEY AND* Commissioner Fred J. Dion: :i trio system.
1'Wt.r !icemen from the City of Miami, !'j '"1' am for a liberal outlook as ;, w. Commissioner L. Cmrimnt

JESSE JAMES ROBERTS JR. :i! but they are not available. We UNABLE TO REACH UNDER. : CITY JUDGE SPOKE IN BE- Commission Gives expressed by the two C rbon. "I won't" vote for this 31::i..NO.
ells. Moacy coming in I item.
have several" names available'fn" HALF OF ITS ACCEPTANCE now
(above.) walked out of the city I the civil service board of \: STANDING WITH COAL-OP. our city treasury by ,our lib- i j Conunissioner H. Harrfe:

jail at Atlanta. c.. Sunday after honx I am not satisfied. We'1 ERATORS: CHRYSLER EM-:'1 BY SOLONSi ; Power To:Manager eral interpretation._(Dion was ;' "I voted against this expend
have appointed several special referring to the practice now I tore when I was a memfe e4
his arrest on charges that he police. Frankly: I urn not inclinedto PLOYE STRIKE CONTINUES I i, City Commissioners i laSt mglil prevalent and which Is a cauJ'i i' I the Utility Board. I see ..

.fete 63 automobile* and sold fill the police force too quickly. - *...... allowed: the ordinance that wodld To Buy City: Bonds over from other commissions reason to give an outside en.I .-
thrm far 3100.000. He took I would rather go shorthanded ItT, '.4Mmrl4l''l 1 have given authority to the Municipal and councils wherein\ thousands : l cent S1S4XW to teU us what wo
identification from WASHINGTON, May. 19-As a of dollars are collected j I need. Wo have l'
pepen a than .of the
<< accept a buts men Judge to destroy all gambling City Commissioners in '
steeping c.U....., due for role '' recommended to me for the po- result: of a disagreement occurring meeting yearly by the process of arrestI i $1X000 once before fee a ea-
**. o. a ...in.r charge. When sitiorWCoramusKunei yesterday between John LLevyis devices apparatus appertaining regular cession I last nlsht approved -I I lag certain known gamblers I ( pleta stody.Commissioner.
to all local gambling such the purchase oTa &Jj000 :j J '.different charge* and allowlqsdry I XAF %vtrc,>M>c>ij I 1 1BODX Fred J. Dsa1
thefaiL Dion coal
the was ; : "Why. notpprtini .and set mine
swatch changed ; << pera-_ -
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i he pmrnttd the a.pen'to.liken l >'* om&: men temporarily,tops:.it':tt'wBSaldttoday; -frotune : 6rbohta,".,\::beel, cards. die*>. tot refunding bend. of the.e o
U .....,. aM str.lle4 so-that the situation can be alleviated 'has'been set for another con- machines and the like to "die." Key West for.I.t>30-and'accrued ; bye-a -sppearsnce 'court. ore1 f. American radio corre1 rtady'I .
Thh'practice is said to bs done ** J t Comm) oti Hm lf Har I t' n
to .,..... Mayor? A. Maitland Adams: "I ference. The deadlock resultedin for want of a motion that it be interest. City Manager Ralph ':r htMianaL end in other t uristcenirn I tpoTRlent,- was found floating in "Yes. On this new ,lfcW reps"i

I --- - am 100 per cent .in favor of 'Lewis' calling a meeting ot presented: for discussion. Spalding had told the Commission of the slate). I the bay** at Salonika. Greece .,,11 was voted down f.' when I
Spaldipg's hesitancy to- fill the his committee for 9 o'clock City Attorney' Lester: "Mr. : that the bond was:bought as i i Comnu-sioner Hunter Harden Sunday. He disappeared a was on the utility board I dun *
!! Jews Capture I. police force. We are better: off Mayor, at your request, I madean ; a personal obligation of his providing I j'' "There is,no such thing as a liberal week ago after telling friendshe j i understand why we haw t" |1I Oman \
', tomorrow morning. the city did not want: to ) interpretation I believe in hoped to interview Markos '' a in Cohtmbwc. Nferk ,
1 with a small police 'force than amendment allowing the city .
the situation remain as purchase it. '! ...
with officers Should to do enactment of liberal laws. Veiiadcs. leader of Greek {i $15,000 I to call down to KeW
the type of that we away with all gambling .
Former British have }ut gotten rid of. We have 1t is now. it was said that the i i4Qo.OOO i}aphernaha." par- After some discussion: it was J: Mayor A. Maitland Adams was guerrillas for the Columbia f f to another man who the tilt ?
,1 I had better law enforcement In miners of the United i j i Municipal Judge Hilary Al- voted unanimously to have the the lone commission member who I Broadcasting System. j, already paying to ao out mt> i>
city and city finance I I r did :
not' express his for 1 field and information Ihim. "
the last couple of weeks than we Mine Workers of America will goon bury "We have not as yet found( officer Charles Roberts opinion set ,.
had in. the past with a larger the expiration of j anything on the city's books giving purchase the so-called liberal viewpoint. What we need u a < <
Central strike after bonds at tothe
a saving city I "
Camp force." us the power, to destroy i j lthougk he did not sy anything Only 15 Ballots I dent engineer
t. Commissioner John Carbonelb the present contract on June 30'1 j i| gambling paraphernalia Those without the icommissioo.' approval i: pgalrist the views held by his fclI I I The comrmsMoner then \<>(<..1 I
"No contract. work" is the A specific sum has been set J low commissioners. teeed rlniit.
"Miami at : no I to have the nty
ARABS CLAIM THEY ARC IN can.laugh us. city judges who have done soy> aside in the budget for the purpose I After, expressing: themselves on Cast Until Noon contacted b th ,
will <
Miami CIA say'' that we can't slogan; the. miners. use I I' previously have based their de- of ; manager )
purchasing 'bonds at
: FULL CONTROL OF JERUSALEM even trust our own citlsens. they refuse to return to the pits. J cision on the Florida state stat- f:law enforcement the commission- I |!, manager for a full (rxpUn.ti I"'>r>
a Vlftg then
fee five | est voted unanimously to Only 15 absentee ballots had of the $15.000 request
there Slut
Surely must good :! that CIO j utes. machines have no commissionersthat
.Detroit reported Roberts told the
; JEWS IN POSSESSION policemen In the city that are property value and hence can i j makeit unlawful for any been cast in the election next I
united automobile workers are he had previously. been i pcr-I
I available." I be destroyed but there is no local I son or persons club or Tuesday in the office of County j Woman S'uJIO'Si
or MT. ZION to strike against 90 j offered four bonds at" .90.This f fsubstantialsav1n give hold or attend ball or I
1 Commissioner Hardin: **tyo cjU- preparing authority whatsoever in thecity's I any Judge Raymond R. Lord up toj.j
tar e..M/N t'en./ ten in Key West has been stopped General Motors plants in van- j books to destroy gambling Vas not 'ablel i public entertainment of any description noon today. 4 1 i
TEL AVIV May 19-Havana from making a napplication. Reason : ous parts of the United States. : devices." would to be have taken meant advantage'a four hun-iti'"i from the hour of 12 midnight Voters have only until Friday Mercury\ Tablets

;, announrrd tod.y that Jews had that Spalding inquired in Should a strike be called it will Despite the city attorney, dred dollar saving in principal I; : Saturday to 12 midnight to cast absentee ballots. The la till
mptunrd a former British central Miami is that they have a police and city judge's seeming opine alone the 'i Sunday within 1.000 feet of a fixe; the Friday before: election I Ruth Harris. somrttmc 10 n. ".
employes. without copsidcring i f
ramp 13 miles south of here. school there and it was thought 255,000 ion that the ordinance be church. day as the last chance to cast as Maxine Harri M of "I!''
available." '' Company officials and auto- enacted member of the interest involved. I j I them | White swallowed .
and had driven off Arab con that there were men no Commissioners also approvedthe II iI street H "i "
tinxrnts who had tried to get control City Manager. Ralph Spald- mobile workers' representativeshave comn.ision voiced any sentiment purchase of 275 gallons of t tweed I I tity of bichlonde men 1".it'i I ',
vf the camp lag "Some men whom I have been unable .tot reach an in its favor. The meas- killer from the C. B. Dodge i Palace Theater I .Immlllau0lmumummlmmlaulumOllUUf01m0a.UNDSEY! / .i lets in the Mascot Bar ('ji"i Im'>
(Cairo reported that Arab, appointed as special police have agreement in the Chrysler strike ure was killed for lack cf 3 Company. Westport. Conn. for t I street, at 7 p m yeOeitln ..n I
four were In complete control been threatened. Their wives !I motion that it be voted upon. $523,62; allowed widow's I Frank Sunstrom and Audrey Long : (Continued On Page Eight t

of JriwaJcm" but Ilacana: said have been threatened. Some I (Continued On Page excmp-1 I "SONG OF MY HEART"NEWS : I
that a small part of the city is of these men's lives have been IYR'fLANU GATES f 1
still held by Jews). !1 I threatened between the time I t'ol& .n STU'.: 0. PiA't ,.. GRADY. BURTON and SHORTS
Up to lat. this afternoon Arab appointed them and their arrival l'I Un,) ListrriTTrI "'" .\'I"'ol&.a .a-\IIU. Motor Co. i MARALOYMufflers.\
t' 'fn
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homeCommissioner." LLI .ft i '
ptance had nut attacked this city at Combination Doorsat
PULL: Tail and Exhaust Pipes
\ to ,..Uuw up bombings on foursurrraaive Harden: "Who I LfJ'EU ___ ItJ,.: DOWN -- 7__-_ -- 9-A ;, \ WIN WITH WARREN Used Car Dealers i for All C.nRoy'
Yesterday anM.b threatened these volunleerst"CUf -
days. I It
hiimb Urutk a bus .tation Manager Spalding: I TI .:SIJ",. )1.ill"" LOVER.......,'lin..n' ..f t'ro'd .1 Ii.a STRUNK LUMIIKR YARD'' All-Florida Candidate (Jut Duval Street 121 Duval. Key St.West Auto Phone Paris 4IS
and ktllcd 34 Jews.'M4rnt They won't say. That's the t t TELEPHONE 116, t

\ irtHlnicht fighting: uc- I (Continued On Page Eight; ._...... .......-_....... puGOVERNOR Next to La Concha Hotel
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curled at Mount Zion which I is -
now in Jewish (control Havanallnimus i! BRADY'S POOR OLD CRAIG TELEPHONE 501 I

sat a Po Late Model Cat: a F.OR SALE DOWN VE 8..A''
(*tnt rI"rlcd' that a I'tn, This office will obsett the Ior- sKimce STATION LEVER BINGO
stream of Arab desert custom of CLOSING AT Francis at Division Phone 9134 47 Dodge 4-Door. A Beauty I
THURSDAYS. CHOICE POULTRY I! '48 Chevrolet. 4-Door. Very Clean ElectFULLER i 18 l lluirk hupor
fUhtrr is muting toward Pal- NOON ON \".r ri III: "" Itralrr .
May' 20th 540 I TO Grease. Spray or Tone Green Sedanette Ma 2I. n I'.'I.
et tine beginning 1214 White Street i LET NAVARRO, Incorporated| I Fri.laj. >
......_._. .. .. I: UO Change Your Oil, Opposite Bus Station WARREN "IU Chevrolet Fleelniaslpr. !!

::;; ""dlll! UhIItIIJIIIQIII Scars Roebuck{ I . -- 4-Door Sedan Catholic Youth Center
'. your 17 SliiilebakerCommander DUVAL STREET
("Iirfiy/ ind CHASSIS- Co. Well Hand Your Car Back4i r

II ..*.. buying a ..t 01 '."'.:>l and i Like A New Car ,;LtTHarry : ". Ponliar Club n Coupe.f7 Benefit Municipal Hosp'Ul'

Lou Smith Auto S rTlc. ORDER.: o..iclCor. BODY- 'Sedanette 20 Gaiur I'riu-o..
11 I and Simonton St. !I ; ; '
No. .
White at 17.tnlag Phone Fleming 4. Harris 17 ..n..r lanliulluit4J Tickets; $l..SfJ hiit'lf
t Darrarkl i ,
C>rP> it Arnty .. and >oor SedanI7in.rrlt'SrnI1cr
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I (You Vote At Large) |

I I r COUNTY 1 I 4-Do.-Stdan-Choice of Two) .---.-.-.-.-. . . .

I! the of FENDERft r : 12 ( ItIiJla. (,I4bar .
Aniioiinfing() Reopening I f COMMISSIONER\ fier' ., 1. BenefitAmerican DANCE

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Legion Home
Saturday., May 22nil.
Ii DOWN 3-A rtibl. Coupe
TOMORROW PAINTINGANY LEVER < 4 New Tires and Tubes 9 P.M. until "?-
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rUN FOR ALL and the Hottest Cuban Music ia Town I I MAKE CAR e j 1lerience(1Courageous KEY WEST GOLF CLUB
HEAR Hector and His Singing Saxophone A/Cgre3llrp "Featuring Duality AUM.: SI.20 IVr ItrrM'n

\ .SE CONTINUOUS and MUSIC. IOd J P.M. to IfcOO Midnight I Monroe Motors, inc. 1 I L Para Comisionado 50. Distrito del Condado f v Vrd Cart Only" Tickets Tax from Included Member llil. I

*BEST of DRINKS Your Friendly Ford Dealer l'ald( Is4Itk| | ..| A raid .UtI..al) "oJ, i' I 'II I I '"NO TRADE-INS REQUIRED" at Paul Sheri Stn.rVOTE'for -
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; '. JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD for SHERIFF Get Going-Be Sure To VOTE MAY 25th i?

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WBDH3SDAY. HAT 11'1 1 .

: THANKFUL INDEED' --" ...... .. ..........* .I -L_
-tlte i\ru m st Grit n; : .-. :'!" ';. : : War Orphans of Europe, Hungran "Weak, 1t fey t f1 cat la

l Mlsk..4 l>&Uy K>ee pt Bandar, byt Radio Programs'
I e P. AHTJtA OWM *a4 rMOHMA1 It sounds inopportune to talk about "
: :.: D. ARTMA*. Bwi.-a-Muacer r. .I Make One Plea "Let Us Live! Gene Bv
Desperate : Das
From The Cltleen BaUdinrCoraer hurricanes at this time, but this is to point i
Greens and Ann Street
-- Omly iMllr News' .*..c' l. Key West andMonroe out that the hurricane's brother, the typhoon _0 i i'AS TAra- fUBK TUJI or

-. County has a much longer seasonal life Daytona SummarySelected I THE dRMBff I or
lateral at Key. West. Florida, as second class matter ..tra... be listed box* Through Voluntary Gifts : HAT M. MM
i than the'cyclonic winds whose breeding are breadc t at the tame time Ms..>
;. -MRMBRR OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I day throoort Friday. Eastern local i To 'Children' Crusade'Food 1
Tli. Associated Press ls eicluslTelr entitled to grounds are south southeast and east as tuna FSr eentml subtract one bourt Sustain Them
-. for reprodaettoa of all news dispatches credited far mountain subtrees two beur*. Hope Mayor WUlard M Attx.OVCTMW .. .r
.to It or Hot otherwise credited In tbls paper, and a rule of Key,West. Corner ...
Hlftownv "
:*!_ t... loral Mews published here.SCBSCHIPT1OX . We have; an hurricanes MAT'17 THROUGH MAt 21 They remember mamma all ers Jtta K- C'.t:=, ..ad C > :>>>

: HATES j Old'jJin2'.itQjt; right .
a.They "P'IM'd' trot H
"Jnne none eaI
..... Year 110.00te .. ; to M.r.w remember her cut down .
klontAS .. i.'O : 050-Heflfmitna to N. T.-ntMBr bullets in the I today trf.. .>re> th' y had a .re- t
by machine
e I tree MonthsMchlh J.75 :'etc., but inr.the Pacific. where the hurricaneis (fiU.Clubebo0:13Btrp.ard gun donattoa of S i tai
cluster of try t get
.... 'LOS FMUe eOzarK. strafing of a frightened
-\-111. ..25 Balled the; tvphoon. ;.thehevXl,! ; jklpws be- "aUey Fofti-robtH.W refugees . from the Mumi City eomir'<- '

gn piuch, .sooner and I last longer than in -Frrt< Warine Shew-at* "They remember her., blown to i Itog I ae[ hi hjvi ,.I..Jfof. ..
MasiP.r You-ebs pieces when bomb landed to the The ,.
afad Known on Application y this' area.' \ ., ..: ,*' Uy Siorr Drmms,-at*. rose garden. i July 2 .and 3. -t
M SO_Hou* At it's----I4.y
: Serf-*
i SPECIAL 50TICH Tuesday she first.typhoofa of the Halt Hoar of Ser1II.-b. [ They remember her left
: season
All readlnr notices cards of thank*, resolution.. i'i f ., Say It With.lia.fe -oiba dead after she was assaulted. by I .
_f reepect. obituary notices poem. era, ,swlH berCkarced was reported: j in 'the'viclnity of Guam, 11:00-Arthur, Godfrey Show-cbi occupying troops. .r Writ Jet a.. <. at :a rCartiwt.ll . '
for at tho rate ofcents a IleP. I rw .. .
chaixherf from which Breakfast la Hollywood--ab At the orphanage the teacherstry Inc IeIIt lilt.! ( h.. M. '...
Not Ire for entertainment by
traveling i t if maintained .
a revenue .. to be derived are & cents a line. ; ip a 11.39-Ben AlessnderSlwr. -Bit* to keep the little girls so busy se thO' 1'Ppr.... -.' .
._ The Citlsea Is aa open forum and Invites 41scvrslrsj would take it to a part of the Philippines.Last 11: -Serials 1% bra--cb5.: that there is no time to remember I tift IR the ''',!1t.,1 M n.; .
*r public ...... and subjects of local ors
. .rsJ Interest but It will not publish anonymous December, along about Christmastime AfteltIIOH 4 I mammaIn i ..... tor the ()ypnl'as 111..1. It
..cuotavualratloaa.HTROVEMENTS. the large seventeenth century I .
w a severe typhoon struck in the vicinity 12:00-Welcome Kate Smith Travelers SpeafcsrmbsI1.3O ) -' house on the outskirts of Pans the *r r fJi t.'ekbntian.Aiwdher:
little live in dormitories attend r
of Luzon. -Worts and :Maste-nb. cusses glltwJiiul saleit
: FOR KEY WEST I Dally Basil Concerts-robs ,eat in a large messhall
and the walled esSdl te. i1.
Those dates December inclusive 1:oe-! 4e l *lt Hear-nbo play in garden. spo ee Mlor 1.1 i
1\Iay'to up .
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN 1:IS-Toe Happy Gaur-mbs They are kept busy at studies and THEY STILL PAY FOR VICTORY-War left these orphans with bitter : W ItAM.. 1.4& .r. i.spptsita.lr ,.1.
give typhoons a seasonal life of eight 2-OO-Fbbr Hodra ft Serial -itVtueea > play periods from sun-up to sun memories and little else For bare survival they must depend on others I *NMkt
"hurricane months"in ,tor a Day-fobs down.But. for help.The AOA-UNAC Crusade for Children seeks to relieve distress
I 1. More Hotels and Apartments. months. As a rule the t JO-Bride an' Groom-abe at night they remember. All among 230eOOe09 children throughout the distressed overseas world. c..I8a' Ii. r d Miami'
?. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. this section are' August' September and Martin Block Record*-mbsl0 the children here were orphanedin .1 .
Mrs An"elI
4 Donb's. or Nothtnr b the war and their memories are seas Aid-United Nations Appealfor Lee Marshall national chairmanof : = MR ttldlt JI
3. Airports-Land and Sea. .. October. Once in awhile, we may get a Ladies Be Seated-abe of blood and bombs terror and Children. American Overseas Aid-United -

I 4. Consolidation of County and hurricane before August and after October I:3G-Tb. Ho *. I"aI't7-cb. loneliness and hunger. .'. Nations Appeal for Children,which I _
Paul Whiteman
City Governments. Records Marie Remembers $69,000,000 Needed is conducting: the Crusade for Children t A. 111iartMlrealla .>taO er wlli I.
but it is unusual for one to occur even 4-00-HUt Hunt QuU-cbs of 49
Auditorium. This campaign-the Crusadefor reports that the people a/Maros
Community 'TI-. I In tt.
I .. (f. 4:30-WlMter Take All-cbs Typical Is little Marie,. whose other nations are joining with the MIll y
Children asks Americans for
in August. Treasury Band Stand-abe) father was hanged when caught people of America this to Armory Mr MilIa Mary. uu,-.
:CO-Robert ''Q,- ....1*-cm t : With an Allied propaganda.leaflet. $60,000,000 in voluntary contribu- .
September. and October are the most! Kiddies Hour west repeat t hr. tions this spring ass the United meeting. the challenge posed by w y.i
and crushed In'the
whose mother
later)-ab. and lobs was States' share in the world-wide the pleas of hungry children.
dangerous months for heavy blows but t bombing of St. La. Marie i
E:45-Luro apd/ baea-cbi.east United :Nations Appeal for Children Chance to Survive A. 1.1.'s.i1aR .1rs had berciR
I .. >MONOGRAPH ,, . . . ,f. .1 I detailMarie .
w. during 'some seasons hurricanes are few, .r. every and also to'finance the foreign He quoted as indicative of the Ray Wife a .... ...,..\tII .
'- is thin and timid: it will relief activities of 25 Ameri quality of the American lest thin ro.Misi t,'. ill!
' O'Bryant was response, atiws.
Principal Horace ; lnd'fn 1925 not hurricane reported
: ) : ,; take a lot of food and vitamins attention .
NETWORK PROGRAMS voluntary agencies. the words of President Truman:: aMi.
:" Key West High School .. i in this area, though a slight one occurredsome Eastern Local Tune. F.,. central; / and affection to help livesto her Between them the 26 agencies **I am convinced the American -
and those with whom she
J- miles east of Key West and Subtract one hour for mountain I represented in the appeal are seeIng people are determined that the ; CJMaIh F...
gripping 2,000 ia rleHatt
Dear Horace Some thrills are so subtract two hewre. s..... local sta overcome the horrors that are helping hands from humani- world's children shall have at least Fruity 4t.L IIIJ
tions change bo..r.f relay to tit marked on their minds. They are Okt tie.... d Trwtup I '
take one's breath promptly turned farther 'from us. a chance to survive. ,
almost away.
away tarian America to the needy of the
local schedules. Last minute .
: p. the
getting the food and Contributions which will be boN a ...... .... daueht
You must have come near losing yours We should take politics in its stride ; grant changss cant lie .ncl..cI. attention and affection through an converted into food milk medicine -
The private agencies are those
' the ovation given you by hurricanes we must take in. their stride I agency of American Overseas Aid- ,. clothing and shelter for the
-last night at WEDNESDAY, MAY 19 United Nations Appeal for Chil- which have sprung to the aid of stricken youth of warimpovet'ished
the Jr.-Sr. High School PTA and Room but we should be thankful that their seasonal IvenUg dren. the distressed through) America's countries may be given to A p.4 .... flats ttsadrntthe -
of churches. its trade union organizations .buoys was re..., t
Marie and the thousands ttpplr
the local
-their last meeting of the life is only slightly more than a thirdof ,:00-:News Report. 13 Mm.-noo campaign committee or .
..Mothers at Newt:=ast Every. Day- bs war-orphans like her-will go on its citizens with nationalityand sent directly to national headquarters nit at *e e.u... CGtttn'I""""
:current term held in the school audi- the time typhoons roar in the Pacific. Network Silent Hour-abc-east getting the assistance they desper blood ties in the old world... of American Overseas Aid- Reed,. 'is whim ey wire '.
Kiddies. Hour (rep at)-abc-wcst ately and pitifully need only if all of them determined. to live by United Nations Appeal for Children ..____ .. by ase. ettiurw I '
''tnrium. Network Silent (1 hr.mbssattKlddles Americans contribute to the com- the commanr': Thou shalt love 39 Broadway New York 8, .
Hour irepeat)-mbs-west th8t..... 'f15e p.Nau waed j'"
The bined campaign of American Over- I thy neighbor. New York.
reason why so Americanslose
TilE ORACLE. many <:15-Sports-, Music Time-nbc by I. periolllI
You and Propagandacbs0:30Chicago _., i
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.. so much money to stock swindlers is
Orchestra-cbs: -east
because so many Americans want to get Lum and Abner repeat-Cba-wet LEGALS I II WILL 10t7 SMILE? I Il Your HoroscopeWEDNESDAY I Today The Ctticm; 1'8In; r
0N5-Neworast by Three-nbeLowell editorial paracraph
t RUSSIA'S NEXT MOVE something for nothing. Tbomas (repeat ID-cbs I I I I i "It looks like Japan ha* f. ;, '
7:00-Stipper Club-llbc-ba.ic e \OTI'Eii I That Held l Him MAY 19, 194 fir.sli
sometime she ran t '
Beulah: cbsNews
The Show- The of
THE CO! %T1 JI1)GFh C OI HT.IN aspiration yesterday may
"*" The Congressional decision to imple- GOOD CITIZENSIt and Lewis.CommentaryaboFnnon Jr.-mbs .'M' > FOR MOMtOK IN .('O""T".I. l The rather overweight mid be intensified into a desire for !
7 15 Vews and Comment nb J vain things for which there will i Subaertbe The Crtiwi.
.fiient a seventy-group U. S. Air Force is : In re Estate ofCLENwOOD I while ,
dle-aged lady who
Jack Smith and SODS;-cbs: A.. AUNTKI: .. i i proclaiming ;I be exertion to no purpose. The
Credited with having given the Russians has long been true that the retailers NPt l>aVr s.Commentary Dinner Date-mba 1eeaed.Notice to be on a diet, was i: nature is steadfast and pereervering ::
is hereby "ylren to'Sin I Iwhom :
final notice that this country has made up of the country are among the lead- 7:30-Ttie Rolllnl! Trio-nbeEo It may oomesn that (.len-j i ii packing away a meal fit for a i with a considerable ALBURY -i SON
Crosby Gubcbslone wood A. Mann, hr../as \dmhUj4ra-]'longshoreman, reproved her I amount of native ability but Wa Spxiw in All
Its mind not to permit further Russian aggression -' ing participants! in good causes on both the Ranger Drama-aboTeyB lor the Kstattt Gienwoed't.I 1! PIIO ,I
Aaaounced-mbs Maouet. rier aed the j,mild;mannered spouse with this more success may come by being Kinds of Kaon Sips
in Europe. national. and local level. 7:45'Kaltenborn Comment-nbs Honorable Ila ;lj.IIrr.I Ceunk1:1 cuttiI remark: employed by 'others than by fol- I| aDd Lighting Shipping 6181I

It i h undoubtedly plain to the rulers of 'The' chain and independent retailers Kd -Jlifrrow Comment NewscbsSpbrt. -mbst IT Florida/Judge,fits in and rin for l Accounts Monroe and"'v'Un has)i,1 "And you' haven't even the lowing the personal aims. Ex :%. rmmmttttmm O Mfc ass
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Her Moue Ib..w
. Soviet Russia that further advance vpf the countryyid an.ou"tstndfn5: job in :03-9; nnls Day Comedy-nlx mare .aj>pi&li! :n'< '
any .
American Melody Timb.lla <% Aefmimvtrater ofS-the bMate .of goiItJlO: did" business for "OUI'S@Jf. .. -
, Into! .Western Europe will constitute 'a serious :selling afod) ; promoting"the'sad!*W War } pr of the Town mbsC -abe t.lrit&ood A. MJXue'Vle<- > i Special Agent- Va ;rd. A..J). 13.,3. I
threat, involving the possibility of Bonds. And now they are stepping in with :20-great Glld.raleeye-llbe I ted) Reitood A. Manuel. Srf. .. ...:'"
i l>r* Christian E>ranj*-rlVox / .\ AdmUlKlrator vt tR@ K'
var. This is emphasized by reports that equal enthusiasm to promote the lIilla Pop Adventure.Interview Drama-*be-mbst . tate d..a..A1.of,OlenwwMl' A. >' lamiel. t --

tale United States has repuested the ,five Treasury's: Security Loan drive. Adver- :55- ire. Minutes News-cbs mayoUn.i.Uf'l: !

'Thti sets Treaty countries as to the extent tising and window displays and postersare :' B-:Uy'the Rose Duffy Comment Tavern--mbs9DO nbo ..* . .,

icS military cooperation which they can organize being used. Some of the larger storesare i'nur Song& Costelln Ac Mine--abe cbs XAtHvott t\ Tilt (IRCt'IT. rot RT OF Tnt
and the nature of equipment needed providing booths where the bonds Uabrlel Heatter, CommentJnbs5:15News .OK THE TTK' OK rMIKIDl.l .
4MJ I-OH SiUitEI \T1.
'! the United States to activate their be bought. And retailers and '
Soles may their :3O-District Attorney Drama-nbs Ia ll\*'( I-HI.
James Shelton Concert-cbs _c-se. \.. 11-3fL
cooperation. employes are purchasing their puotas. iio For the House- anc LOUIS. A\ .<\NEN'' RiCllT.fUintiff.

.: Facing the facts as the Kremlin rulers This is simply one more example of 10:00 Racket-The Big masben-mt.Story Drama-nb0t T*. UIOKKfYSNKTH .

I "4*IO. the Russians now have to make up the fact that the retailer is a good citizen.He . The Bing Whistler Crosby Variety a --nbeOpiuionatre . :M1LI>Defendant RKDXRIOIIT. 1 IS PART OF CHARMs

(" their minds in the face of world situation is called upon to help in every chari- 10JO-Jimmy Durante FVnlm-mb.Show-nbo TO: Owynneth Mildred U right,

that threatens to increase the power table and civic betterment campaign and Gordon Two Talks MacKae Times Showaa'Calitur.la -cbs !';, \V York Utb Cit Street.New ,, New' York.

uf those opposed to Communism. There he always responds. Most retailers includ- Melodies-mbs You are hereby required t" appear
l1OOe" Variety Z hrsnboNews to the Hill of Complaint for di\oro
AYe two answers. The Communists can deride .- ing the managers of chain outlets, take an ,& Variety t hrs.-cbs in the above styled ane on. "r
\ P.
News' fc Dancing Hour abe before the ZSth day of Slay.
to seek something of an understanding active part in local asociations and clubs. News' Dance 2 bra.-mbs I 1918. oth..ryi I.e tbe allegations!. ..
talned therein will he taken as r .n-I
,, or, if Russia plans further advances, They want to make their towns better and 12:03-Dancing Continued-abcwestTODAY fe..,edThis. a
I Order Is to be published '>
regardless of the consequences, Moscoway more prosperous places in which to live IN HISTORY a week: for four o.nutl, ..-.'k'. I
In the Key \\'e..t Citizen. an.-.. .'
decide to move at once before the increased and they don't begrudge the time and (Know America) I paper 1Vrst. published Florida. In the ('it) of K"> 1

military power of possible opponents 'effort needed. laiNE AM oRn.HEJ1o this 27th'I
1315 An American squadron
j f Ida.of .\prll. A. H. 15th.SE.IL .
becomes more effective. This country has been exceptionally headed by Commodore Decatur. ( ) I _

i' There are some people who believe lucky i in its retailing industry which is sails from Africa to settle with I Clerk Ron, C of Sawver th- 'in-ait ('curt.Hunte .

that recent Rusian aggression has 'been just another way of saying that free enter- 1 the American Algerian pirates flag. for insultsto P> <..d) Florence Count v.K.loriUa.Sawyer --s- I L

motivated by fear of the United States. If prise in retailing like free enterprise in any : IZyt"- The "magnetic electric Hilary"lb..ry.. I"putlerk' I ,
tp t-
thin thesis contains any element of truth field is doing an excellent job. We kick i fire-alarm telegraph for cities" Solicitor for Plaintiff apr%!<.ma12,19.194$ ___

the, possibility also exists that the Russian about high prices but retailing's con- I patented of Boston by William son of .F.the Channing famed 5 .

leaders may decide that it would be better tinous anti-inflataion work has kept prices clergyman. v OTKK: OK (OMPLTIOOK .w

?"o settle matters finally rather than waiting from going even higher. We kick about 1874-President Grant OpE'IlSthe PI HI KI IH.KT>O"K %OIHKKINU M> Ml-K;TIM. I-OH OB- ;-

Philadelphia Centennial Exposition. JIITIOan" <'0>IJ'I,.\I\T".
for coalition
a stronger to confront occasional but of
scarcities our system
Tu \l.L. WilfUl IT MAY c'uSt'RSP Ii

them.. Against this idea however is the retailing is responsible! for a fairer distri- 1918-Maj. Raoul Lufbijry, Florida.> Acts to (hapter of 141.204 lating:;S. Lawsof toKverKladr ! -

consensus' of opinion that the Russians areJot bution of goods among the people than American ace of World War 1., .. Drainage., l District., the..
Uoard of ommi iuners <>f KMKladcn _
ready for war and that consequently any other s'stem.Vith few exceptions shot down. rainaKr' District ha com .
pleted a budget showing the d<'hitrirt ,
they Vvill not precipitate a conflict. we can get anything we want when we 1921-The Act limiting 'immigration rewire requlr..m..n of. the hi" y.J
36 .
to percent of each respective InrinK the jrcar l> (ginning .n
_, It is also believed that the Communist want it, and at the most reasonable price nationality residing' in the let la. of next November and 1 ,

leaders! are convinced that capitalism is possible. America in the year 1910, in ending; on Ifctolxr.the 31m. and day th<...f-an the. *hat ureeding .

effect. bern |>la(* heading for economic .. w'i
an collapse which the Secretary of th. ltric
Jh 1924-U S. Senate repassej the ro.,m eel fomeau Building, Went \
their will offer them .
opinion a much Politic
explains occurrencesand ,
many Soldier's Bonus Bill over Prpsi- aim J.t.a'h, I- H'ri
greater opportunity for advances toward much talking; ordinary human nature tlent's veto. same to notify may tou b* f\aminrrt that said and hoard this IJI.i I' '

3yorld. revolution. Moreover if chaos and explains the rest. 1937-The radio telephone service meet at said place on the JrJ day 4LLj \5
between of June. .\. l>. 1545. at Ie a m Fasrern ::
ifl order exist in the Western democracies States and opens China. United Standard Time ..J the said da, w
being, not leis than fifti"en day' c'
I Russian/ leaders believe that the cost of TAX ON'MARGARINE 1941-Some 90.000 Pensylvahia from the date ftf the first pabliralion I
,H _. hereof for the purpose '>f
their progress will not compare with that anthracite coal miners win two- hearing objection and "omplalnt-

of! a decisive military campaign. : ;'" ,If you : eat apples,*:oranges; pears, day 1941 strike: -The Allies report tak- with ItOVRH respect' OP to said' ('t)1l budget II"fO"'En''" ww tI
of VER\L.\l.S I'R.lla; d iiH
.. plums or any other fruits the tax: on all ing more than quarter-million DISTRICT.H . 1
Axis pen in Tunisia. : W n. 11IL- .\nF'K
WILL WAIT of them is missing. They are all good .h.irma.
1944-1,000 Amercan planes /
es -'TT. x
.. ; foods. Butter is good food but s o is mar blast Berlin By: K.:' T M. TiIROr.Secretary..

:-. All prospects of the Territory of Ha- garine and there is no'more reason to tax 194 -On Okinawa U> S. .may-.U..'I

waii being admitted as a State of the Union margarine and leave butter untaxed than Loaf Marines, Hill take after crest bloody of fighting.Sugar l

eem to have faded out of sight and the there would be to tax apples and let the 1947-President Truman's mes- OFFICE I '

pews from Capitol Hill in Washington is other fruit articles go free of taxation. sage to Congress of a long-range Roberts i|

that the legislation for Statehood has been The people have been convinced about public U. S.health Supreme program.Court reverses DUVAL ST. SUPPLIES PHONE 250 i i12S j i 4 "f

pigeonholed for the present. the taxation margarine decision convicting three '
on during and since Corpus -**
the last World War. Congress is finally Christi, Tex. newspaper men of Cdll Us for Repairof Listen to "CLAUDLV* t
contempt of court for I Ii
:: Follies of 1948 : Trying to predict giving in criticizing All Make
by relaxing its discrimination I, a judge. Typewriters, WKWF, 11:15 A.M.[

. presidential election results. against margarine and the fighting is i Adding Machines anil

about The Punta Arenas Chile's most Check Writers
.. over. discriminatory and unreasonable -

There is little use to try to conceal legislation which outlawed southerly about town 35,000 with, stands a populationof on the I Rental Typewriters and UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY IT

,your age. Your old friends know it and margarine for so many years is going to Straits of Magellan.' Its average SALES Adding FOR Machines MARCHANT KEY WEST COCA.COL.t BOTTLING COMPANY

your new ones don't care a hoot about it. be repealed-. .-by.. .Congress- ?" -this"...-..year-.'. of 1948. 33 temperature in:winter :.s.50 in summer and. CALCULATORS n.1.....--.........-.

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15' Miles Of- 'f ravePOn' i|t

Road, From Maine To K.W. ,

t Writ... CntusiveJr fN The CitiunIIAAIPTON. .

u. it-Tbe State of New Ham h1r. ts nearly
t.ody to qo aU out em a four-lane toll road which 'will pawfelt : I
U.s. No. 1 14 this region and eliminate 15 miles of it to make j

more *p.*dy and comfortable the trip between Fort Kent Me..t
and Key Wert. Flo. by R.1 and the Overseas Highway I
C timaud cost is $7.500000. The road will take traffic +t j
aIoaq Hew Hampshire's short coastline from Snilthlortn Ports t

= mouth. Smithtown U'the fut community in extreme southeast-p J
tern New Hampshire 'and ad-.

I joins Salisbury.,Massachusetts.
Three Key West Tap Ncw.4li-Mile Road I '
I ,. !s ;
Salisbury U but a chort ride .
I "'
Vomits Enlist from the end of the Massachusetts -
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State the
Highway known as 'I .- -

I In Air Force New buyport Turnpike which . . . .... :, 'f'u.
runs from Boston, and under .
comparatively recent constriction I .WJ P ;'.t.

I t Robert Edison Cruz. Jr., son passes West of most of New- TIlE _LOCOMOTIVE AND A MILK CAR cf a-Delaware k L ek waana Railroad trainare **?j/
bf Mr. Edna May Roberts. 750 buryport crossing the Merrimac Uallr submerged in the Delaware river near Delaware Water Cap. Pa. The plunged into th*'riv vt

Carton .Ian; Benjamin EugeneCarey. Ricr.Acroa- ;at. She train rounded a curve. The engineer and fireman wen trapped In the. locomotive cab and "
I'f. son of Mand Mrs the river from ports-I 'perished. A string cf passenger cars remained on the treck.
Benjamin ",.y. 404 White bridge mouth to now avoid spanned the by tralfic _: ._- .- - - - .- .' ., -_--' ,.
heavy "-- n
treci. and Theodore Roosevelt in that city the road' connect, '
Lowe J*. |.. ton of Mr. and at Kittery. Maine with the new: Dismiss Charges I 11 Mom' Gets Roses WILL. IOU- SMILE <
*.' Mr*. Theodore K, Low. Sr. 809 turnpike opened Ian fill 'er'the' |
W EaU.. .tree*. have been accepted 46 northeast.-mi'e route to Portland' at the Bar Ien'Jud'ie' CHICAGO Norbert, hake 14, Another Chopin |
Against wanted his mother to have flowers .
for retUtnwBt In the United '
UI{ The New Hampshire Gover- : on Mother's Day. like she did Revival .: .
slates Air Von and i.
tent to Mi- nor'tf Council has just approved .
when Norbett's father
Hilary Albury of Municipal
.mJ' tnibtt ent.tttu { a contract to the new
Court dismissed Without funds and unable to secure I
k e Miami they will Ue to highway There is ready a considerable yesterday "I have a woftderfql pew poll
he wrote to florist
charges of selling liquor to any a
a '
LarfcUnd Air Force Dane at SanAnton acquisition of of ular ? said the :
right song musicpubjf
minor filed against Jack Elias. telling of his plight. The letter . .
Texas fur basic train-
** way more than two-thirds of it, lisher:
proprietor, and Harry Kaplan. found its way to the Allied Florists .. .
hsi. ick highway Everett Compiiassoier. ,F.eder bartender at Cecil's Bar in Du- Association of Illinois and two "5o what!." inquired the secre
-- says.Contention . .val street. florist's truck stopped in front of tar>. *
I Arises The court said that there was the Jazke. home and the driver "Call in ray staff of plugger*
The Weather ; Contro>'ersey has arisen over :wise >
the conflicting testimony in the case took a large bouquet of American publicity men arrangers e
fee agreed upon for engineering against Elite and Kaplan. Beauty roses to Mrs. Jaske. The perU and so on. Oh yes,,and g,f
the road. The contract was from her two verse writers to put Son$
In all previous cases where card said they v.ere
FORECAST auared a New York firm at a fee I words tQ the melody, too. '
the proprietors were charged son. Noroert ; ::
of 7 cent. The Maire Turn- I I :
I Key Vest Vicinity: Partly : with selling liquor to "minors. -
cloudy and continued warm. Gentle pike opened late last year was I Judge Albury has suspended the The U. S. Territorial Expansion The --wcalted trtopical diseas**
It* snMief.le southeasterly ,I engineered at- 6 per cent 'licenses of the places for 10 Memorial Commission is a es are malaria hookwtirm and
winds .Scattered' showers in the This being a political year, theditteretsce clays Congressional Committee: d}'sentery v*
d p ....___ .L_ of. one .per. cent_ has. I ---------- -: "
area.feIlda nncust 10 tne fore in '
k Paltly cloudy over ex- speechesCommissioner Everett rjrjr Tjirjrjr jr rjr
endue north portion today and
says the fee H fair and "could not
Thursday On..th.nd central
be done for less" The politicians
I1 piMUaCM rofwidrrable cloudy ness charge it is too stiff and should be '
: with scattered day time showers
done on a basis of 6 per cent
arnl ttowndentornia through They ignore the inflationary :
Thursday I'*charges that have boosted the \ ..
East Gulf eV Jacksonville thru
of that intoroadbuilding :
price everything goes .
t K Florida StrVits. and all else these

K; over awrth winds portion northeasterly and variable : days.It was explained that "actually J

ostet central portion and. southeartertf engineering of the $20,000,009 ,, .
** over south portion .r.,' j 1.o
a.4 I Wane Turnpike is being handled 11 F t 1.
thmuah Thursday Partly cloudy '
,M at a per cent by a nationally S
eomtderable cloudinefe -
,;: north portkm. known firm. In addition, Mame'o ,
,, ever south and central por- road engineers are paying the I
scattered shown -
-j twn whh widrly State for fell expense.; incurred by ,
n en and thunderstorms over the Maine State Highway Board ,
I and centra peritenu.t .
r in its preliminary survey of
JarkaonvlUe to Apalachicola new turnpike. ,
l7 Ne .....U craft ., storm .warnings(.i By-Passes Several Towns ,
Yl have been hued. Starting from Smithtown the j
ReportKty ': r.ew section of US Route 1 will J1 ,
by-pass Hampton FalL, Hampton.
West flap May It. 1141 ,I North 11 ampton and Rye to 1
strike Portsmouth on the westside .
(OUervatbMi taken at City Office ; 1
of the city where across
,:30 A3t. EST
.... I IT..r.t. 1 a toll bridge built a few years 1'
11 ago over the Picataqui River
4 highest >t tcrd.ty TSS to Kittery Me. the new Maine
14 lw.w.lt list night $1t trunpikv will be tapped
M ).I..M 70ih.dpitatteai Often called The Portsmouth
,, Normal Navy Yard" the United States
:'Naval station to which that name
TeUl last 24 bourn 3* ins.
really across the
Ps 4s applied is
.IS ins.
at T<4l Una wunth mouth of the river in Kitterv, Me.
ItefiTMnrr this month 1.01 ins.
a 17 inUua .
T.bLt year
tse.s >eer -. ..ao lna.I'flaU. * *

2 .1 ."II. Hiuatdlrr AN.Iq I Blasting Soon in this Newspaper

W ..tea II'... ... Visiting NurseBy

.. Is.. lAMS) Ia. Ax2o.3 II j
Iwo.-1114.2. mk KATHLEEN HARRIS

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Pc ....AI... .. *;41 ...m.t .. Economy begins in the home the moment replace
........ p.rn.S.
........ UU p.m.. ul M**.t Jn ..11TU"S \ and use it EXCLV*IVELfor all Ihe job..
I.. t
A I 1 1Blind. 1x k Electricity sloes the job better . <.....ulter. And niienou !

V\ TesnerrewI h >, use this BETTER method for the BIG TIME-IM-
base) t
.&m tats Naval BU drd Time) ENERGY CO\SbMI\G JOBS Refrigeration, CouLiiig :

t4 Hsh I.e- ,and;Water Heating, >ou gain another advantage: LOW electric .
h It>> ej*. 1.10 a.m. Mliirlt extend .. \Effr electrical
I rates to ino=t t"\t" > tae ;
V, tai pm.
iif p m
It .. therr fler. I
ADDITIONAL TIDE Key DATA w at i electrified luime . using eas-*tt.
$.tennee SUtiwn:
... Tiaw.t1 KeStht ofrt ojierate,\tinie-aml-Iabor framing electrical conveniences . i

.......- TW (jhigliwaur4 i mean BETTER living and EASIER working.
f'-4 llahta 11UOdt1..LSe a t
... .. -* 10.. 0.0 *. Remember: Only electricity can do AI.L the job :

1 NaN.roeKryendl ., lillle H.ldred Me- Let it du them all for )oft . CO ;tLLELECTRIC!
teas. ,-tlhom Now hten would have said ,h.
burs Chka "II Interests in the wend:
hod twe
(Handy IN int>-Ob 40m .' her mother and her I II .

CakWt(hUftb Channel en) jLh 10111 +1.4 ft- I work core love small at for Georgia a visiting sandy-halrtd clinic.nurse But for her Dr.a 1 i" s GO ALL-ELECTRIC I IV !


(_)-ltisnsss he alta suttractedPhu : CorndioDSto Rondy thing and Baird It shadowed Is not tmhl evtry-he. THE MODERN WAY

C t)- ail": C.udWaa to I I facet her Best reel tragedy dotshe .
be a4dI4. And her real future and hhoppinis I

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Read I 5 The MORE YOU USE, the LOWER the PRICE

nix ion !t."".":' VISITINGNURSE

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.'(.1ein1 may waJ'. the Mme public Z"streetauk..ailor Exciting Serial Starting CITY ELECTRIC SYSTEM y

n hotm e ""a Jrnoa pa .Isy uunQwa,5 :7J j Soon In This Newspaper _

path:>>t OM street llstndu'd. lihwse and Melechrs.su1U ninety-i . * .T fl iK IIy' Ih'mm1 7A '

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French Designer Create 'Wardrobe for L. S. "Maid of Cotton"

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Clean Model A Ford. Geed ts a+ +ls- WANTKD

portation. Call at Hicg Swr- A sttMiwf ass fnr l.Miwatt.

ice Station. Division and B- K .'r, iM.refsr.

vaL isy M4t w. t. wart t.raris aasst
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1948 Croslcy station...... w. Bats ?1111 tit tt,. a Asa0iltehs
than 2000 mHcs. 3W-XR s irg a ne at pn

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t 940 Studebaker CkampNs

% coupe. Good cond-ittoa. R*.- ....... wa...4 lf. wswiaows.
, sonable. Rear of 811 Ph.niag.a lt.t 11s ia

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21 -ton: Studebaker tnwfc.vhede 10- Fet
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I Avenue. may M4ta ""No. II' f C ,....

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1935 Ford tudor aedaR. nlwwiaK llletst ...s.t s11 .
condition. Cheap Mr 4Mek

s Ic1 Siroonten Street.l2D3 .".,...,. HOT*.
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I ,., u.._ 6cnge'r de luxe sed.w .. .X66 .. .N.* u*liot.)13f .+
' A 'Touch_ OJT iar.1s ."'''<;.; _e: I Take any reasonable tt+...... .. "tAl si ittl

Ramon Navarre. Phone faa.* W. ... .

A TOUCH OF PARIS . This is tha- finished FRENCH ACCENT The Maid who 613 Caroline Street. t

. product-a sun dress designed by hails from Fort Worth. Texas poses in,a. may 19-=5K3tlc FOR *ST-AMOrrte

Heim of Skillman's striped :cotton., cocktail dress by Pierre Balmaim.
WANTED TO BUY J 1 fllsririla d N.rrreat. J
sad .ik MoM ..nriliw

Desire to punbas bom*. Price I| ,....... ate tlldt

Five Children must be nuoaa bU. Pl** .l .....-1... ___ I.ter
.. I writ*. jrriBS full dtUiis tef .. ...... '-F T 11.
Miu C. Nichols. 123 N. Mole brat mar tf
; '. Die In Blaze I Street. Philadelphia 2. Pa. --

maylO121417laitJ a.atlwewb aft
DETROIT Mich.-When Mrs. lies 1i..4 Adult

: .: *. ..Floience Oiton lighted an pits FOR SALE iseriri MM $Ile6 4s b1:

i heater the flames flashed through I t1atl o. Mutt Haicl 4rbK
Grocery and meat market. iyw 3t..4
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S f -downstairs. room and blocked ra
a location excellent usiw.ss. ,
S the stairway to the room where .
Sacrifice. No rcnronahl .Mi. r..2 I 2 roam
her five young children were
Vf 5 sleeping. The mother suffered, refused. Leaving city. IMt i t1YWis ftlrwahle

I e : serious burns on her firms hands Simonton St. eiey l T-4tz as 1_ A
!!i WMi.rCake
U . and face when she tried to climb r 1
IV" : : the blazing sUirwayTTT5cTViptlm|' Bungalow small store isltiWiwg
t : a were Dennis, 3; Jerome; Path? and lime grove on letsJots. ante i Iftr.. aga..nlrwR, ewrio.tl 4hifctol
t .. cia 7: Mary. 9: and -John 1%.* .. size 50' x 128" eaeh, m >.*HJsection. i rafr eraU..*.

]i : c .,. ..... . This can be baygtit .n I tltrtl. Met .rs4s. 1"Mi. ;
easy terms. Johnson & Jmkmson .

:::. .;. vWatch. . Cat I : Phone 372. INtPtt''jI 1 t s

jI ; Saves Pennies I For Sale. Aeronca Trai.. 1141 f4r1'i'11'Ire i

hours since overhauLlent 131ia+.4- ....-
.. r.UOOKLINE. Mass. When condition. 3411 Ave. "ET. !' TM iptsfrlrW avMlaM s=.

pennies that early morning customers ....!PI5-1U I t willies.sa'eee. MA ;,
slid under the door of
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his store to pay for newspapers Plumbing supplies. c 0 is pie t Mew, e.astrvcla rffIVrtnr -
began disappearing, Eddie Collins stock. Plastic tile paw awl ............. ktPlrel
thought of the idea of puttingout brushes. Murray's ++btng. Matt wMer s..M titee
a "Watch cat." Later police 1532 N.W. 62nd Street. Mton. aeptsd. i1t Mb ,

caught two youngsters trying to Fla. Phone 7-342L mayl-tf 999 14iiMMth ,IrsR
fish the money out with a hooked

wire. Hotpoint refrigerator Umvencl -
They admitted it had been easy = washing machine. Singer cfac- I'I I .

work before the cat: went to tric sewing madrnw. z.. tIa

work. Then, the playful cat grabbed .-.I chair model eoi oIe. SIeiIMn Mid Htli.lt Slr ale C. Ttr
the hook and saved the piano brass fireplace set ....-! .t a. t.utial. stk

': money. er vacuum cleaner and ......

AMERICAN COTTON GETS FRENCH DRESSING . antiques. Shown after 3 ......
HE ANYWAY TAKES IT( Jacques Heim. French designer, supervises creation for at 517 Eaton Street. nM,p.Ita i, IlATiOlthl.lhrwalt _

: i Mathilda Nail U. S. "Maid of Cotloa" in his Paris salon. I .
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> JANSEN Neb.-(AP).-Burglar Monkey. 1614 Watoen SVMt.1'MJ .
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? did a better job of timingS IC-Dtle i
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6 their work than did the alarms It has. been calculated that the g e t
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: system at 4he Arthur J. Friesea flood waters of the Mississippi II 5 h.p. Johnson outboard sad IS .

1. \ Drug Store here. One of the system's I River recently carried away C ; Fair Enough foot Lyna racing boat B.4k:
: tear gas bombs accident- for $125.00. Apply 2TM Stadia'
:. ally exploded so Friesen decided million tons of good top-soil a j[ Ave. lacy.).4tavMan's
: to disconnect the system until it day. '. I WiH," said
I. could be inspected. a newly married W........ ...... vaettue.i

A few days later while the NOTICE j! friend of Will Maupin. the Ne. bicycle, practtratljr wow; .... ......... 0"BriM.,t

system still was inoperative, !. braska poet -I'm in a quandaryas Servi-Cycle; gloss fcattim Wr- I..M.Pw .
A meeting of Planning Board kct 3-burner
; tabk- fat
burglers raided the store. The to just what I should call gMstove
loot included 21 cases of liquor. of The City of Key West will beheld wife's mother. I don't like to call my ; kitchen sink; geed radio ........... J .,..iIII
Tuesday. June 1. !1943 at : 3 dee S"a. rods and rvrte. .
her .... .... ...... !'
8:00 P.M.. for the following :j mother-in-law on account of Can be 5
Almost 26,000.000 children purposes ,j I,i all the comic-paper jokes that seen to a'riwk afternoons Julia Ctis.lr, 113Fit.sr.
: on at 619 WiMaMH Si.wwy.
were enrolled inpublic and ele- name, but there's lip t:'
CHANGE FROM RESIDENCE 1 I"B" |I a certain 1 it
mentarv and secondary schools in ; sacredness about 'Mother -- .
the United States in 1947 TO BUSINESS\ i that makes s-- ....... :,
Part of Lots 3 and 4. Square 15, ; ifj Instate to apply. Small motorcycle un' .,.
t: ;: it to but for .,..... Ptlw.cpwwwwewt. ...
"": Island of Key West but bur any" my own.7j OK. Excellent tin..ww.rir. .

f ; fDO'ih-Qt i described by metes. and bounds i j I "WeU replied Maupin who al transportation. AwiF'" -
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as follows: !!I Harris. ..
l +yi-tt WANTS
".. -" sort of f eHom.tl can tell you my ** TO li'J<1fTat1..Ist.
Beginning at a point on the -
I Westerly side of New Street Seventy i i r we own were experience.married I The addressed<< first year 1947 Cushman ntol.r N.., .-- v I.11threo ( .if'
. (70) feet from the Westerly' my Large size with .
Ii wife mother, as *Say': alter that .It-elwuae tea .1 ....'etn, c1tiffi. .'
-1 corner of the intersection of New we simpy called her 'Cr ."* tras. Perfect thruugbnut ...... wtuarra 1.,
'" . and Caroline Streets and running (j .. ma Rear 869 Eaton St. ""a;". ..... Lost Phw, !'.

,i t! F thence in a Southwesterly 'direcj j ... w write BEChia. 0Oghrr
tion. Fifty-seven (57) feet: thence I Costly Cow Electric Frigktfe.ize. ...,..-111 M I .. croii .
mi at right angles in a Northwesterly { $75.00. 919 Sua aid StOne
direction 'Forty. (40) feet: thence 'TRENTON. N. J Because a ..,W-11t. murr

\'t . at right angles in a Southwesterly highway employe left a can of !r
.... f drection Fifty-one (51) feet: paint on the wrong side of : a blue and one PrrrJa 4..rww ,, I'I'. belt -
;: thence at right angles in a North- fence ,the State of New Jersey thrnuni set. C......... ??tote. u.M.1.1 Ap >iPhrtwi
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I westerly'direction Ninety-oni is out of"* (91 feet thence at right angles'in A cow ambled along. ate the Contractor. No. 5 ....... *- I} ----

S a Northeasterly direction Thir- paint and promptly died. The : Phone 1452. After p.. nil ......, .... ............,
tJ..two(32) feet: thence at right far Trer-owner sued the state and 642-M
asp .te Raisw het t.N .':
angles in a Northwesterly direction got $620. f
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| Thirty-ihree (33) feet: then House trailer. $!ie. A..... ...) I Tc.o...... .
( at right angles in a Northeasterly Tattooing is a fine art in Bur} Apply Mrs. C. I* Ht rrtar. '
i! direction Seventy-six (76) feet ma. United
Street. :/ Martit TVMcr !-
p out to New Street: thence at ight Court.
ttwal5i -.u chervilL fwwrAeatnaaw t
I | angles in a Southwesterly direction FOR SALE
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along New Street One Hun- i Cabin boat 33 long. t' ..ilea M.- -.. ("uniaiK'..I "
; dred Sixty-four (164) feet to the Nine-inch electric fan. .
$8.50. Doh- rine engine. 38tt S..iaw ,
I .rg .... Car tor ** wx .
point of beginninc. I| erty & Co., 846 Olivia, corner Avenue. Phone *
CHAXGE'TO -)1. i ...... Caf1 '.--J "
BUSINESS -A" : Packer. Call 1597. mayU -U ..
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TRAFFIC HAZARD Lot at 1304 Grinnell Street 5 Ipts on Flagler avenue, between Adding machine L8H'
. Don't taut ........ -- -
try to read a book or news- I owned bv Emerito VICTOR Gomez. i imayi j lit and 2nd Sts. Reasonableprice Toledo scales. m...t Plhi. Wt p...... au .. .. f'I
.. LOWE P.O. Box 926 or Telephone rit
y.j paper while walking. .,. -lt '. .- Clerk.1 : Catherine St Ptwe 44 W. t.
City .0 543. may 18-51_ '- -- -. ........ :I'

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: : : 711 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 J .
909 Simonlon St. !: :If It Is ElectricalWe WE REPAIR ITI : .. .. POOR OLD CRAIG j i
; Owaenblp.Maaasera.nt ; Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS WE SELL IT, I I s
......,1k..; aj BENNY FERNANDEZ: ,: Plenty of_ Action Toy for the Children : .: Will Call For ud.DeI er : : WHITE STARCLEANERS :. Service Station : fc
. SEE OUR ; 10 TeaW Expenanea IB E.ctcsLW.l :
.: Serrinq :. : bFranda
. o:. BREAKFAST t to 11LUNCHEON. : SHOWING, ; Electrical Appliances : : : :: J. H. BRADT.,Manager PHONE Nil S '

' .. UiM to 2DINNER. ; ....._ .............._ ...- ..... ............... : lLCQLL 211'' nv l Street :' : .Marco Mea Jr. Prop. : mad DMaioai Stneta i
Jti .SJ : I to 1:30 ..... ..... a.. . :. ELECTRIC TELEFHOHZ4J: : : : 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes 0.- Batteries Auto Aemaorle .. kjij:

. The Best of Steaks : ........................................... ... : m SIMONTON"-'STREET :,, !.......Tour... .PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Deoter...........a ;
.. | Snort Orden.Sanawtcha : :. ......................' ....................... : Dry Cleaning; : ................*...........................*. fi

,'t S% TROPICAL Try Ai Our All Hours froaeaSS DRINKS : ::. 1207 DIVISION Tour ST.;."'Patronage> NEAR InYitecl1. COR."_ WHITE" ST. ::" i PRITCHARD 1 i RUSSELL'S.5: .:. 0 24-HOUR and Pressing SERVICE : TONY'S' AUTO AND ::: J 9

: : : : Free Pick-Up and BODY SHOP
I I t ' Open DUy' and Sunday. Im : * Ice Cream .Proprietary Medicin! : FUNERAL : .. Delivery ServiceSUITS s : :
L S ; : Sick Room Supplies .School Supplies : for MEN: :
: : :
s 0 Toilet Preparations and Articles :: HOME : :; 1106 OLIVIA STREET :. .: and WOMEN : Auto Painting $ S00 to 55500 i:
: :
S .................N.............................. : : ,. Madf'-Io-Measure :
J..a .U ....................... ..... .. ... ... .: Let Those Ser : : PHONE'373 .: .: PHONE 282 ; : BODY and FENDER" REPAIRS ii!
? leeeeeeeeeeeee, : Who Serve Best : : Specializing : ...................... ................ ...........................

to :5 i GOMEZ : : \IUMd[ i ( ROSS : : WE HAVE NEVER" ;:':: .in ;! .: ....................... ................ ..........................':
4t. ----220 DUVAL STREET- : : BFMIUIYSl1OPPE :
I S ; Exclusive Monroe County Distributors : .. .; TI7 omen' and : CAROLYN : :
S ..., '. J.LOpEZFuneral : Overseas.. Hotel 919 FUming SU s
: 730 DUVAL STREET Carrier -
; ; AirConditioningfor j ; ;
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Jiitrnilr Fnntitiirc ': Ambulance Service : : Children'sApparel : :. DONALD BARBER .:

t1. SI IIOUSEIIOLU : : Domestic and Commercial' -Use : : .Telephone.548 : t ': : -. Service : : We Spectozm la ;
III I FURNITURE.: : e:.a ve".3..-.a-....-...-...*PHONES.....*.....*...___....111.......: Never Sleep ': ,: .,. : Established 1885 : Scalp. Treatments.. Hair t Dyctan !
S1 Plastic Inlaid Congoleum : ................. ....... .... ......... .........-.............:. Phone. 175 LL'Yirre. walsas. ew.Tt. .
: Axmlnster Broadlelt ; : * .............aaaa. .......-...... .. .....i ,:: Licensed Funeral : ,i.....................rBJLMA.AK.1TSTELL'S ..........M..'P.....a.....

! I RADIOS I and : ROTpfAINT Electric : eeaaaaa :: ,: Directors and : e...........................................,
Ranges i r. J. A.: MYERS : -Einbalmers24Hour :
00 .i ; ; i : : BEAUTY NOOK :
u. : Appliances S Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances I: : : : Scientific,Beauty Cultural ,
Wa..hill Machines for Licensed : in All Braochea :
J Term Arranged : ;; Immediate Delivery : : : .

I IIt 4 S OPEN MOW.TILL and too SAT.P.M- .: : HOME APPLIANCE i' PAINTING Contractor ,,: .: Ambulance' .: Thoroughly Cperatora Experienced :;:

t ...................... : 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 .: Service :. Soft Water Ur d titl at.at L :
, w ... ........ WORK GUARANTEED : I Ii
55 55 55.............................. : FREE: ESTIMATES.ALL : 637 538 Fleming St. / :

: 9, ....aaeaaaaeaaaaaeee* ................................................. :....Telephone........8121.....11&...Dahl.....Street......Jeffanoa.......Hotel.........'.y :....Phone.....135...-..Night.....i38.....: .....Phone...................................\.:............
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'j PRICE TOURS i :j jria Key West Garden & Lawn Supply i .: When You Want FASTER, BETTER ;, ........................ : Former Customers, Friends and the Public Salon Invrtcd :

'': : : :: 914 FLEMING STREET lOll ia.: FLOOR SANDING ; Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. i Frances Beauty ,
or : Passetgeta lie ESTIMATEGuaranteed : Frances Park. Owner ;
'. R.Pl"NrDtatlYN .: : Full PET SUPPLY I:: On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ; ; 1010 GRINNELL STREET ;
t. ; Work Modern Methods s :
.;' :' tat : :: Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line. .: : Beauty Culture in all its Vhusms :
'I : : J. DOUGLAS TREVOR COINQI SHELLS :. rPennonents Scalp Trecrtmeats
_ 'I FLOfUDA EAST : : Courteous Service and Delivery : ,; ;
1 .............................. .................. : 1829 Harris Avenue Phone 1374-R AllSisa* Facial Shampoo -Manicurteg: : .

A; :: COAST Vv Laotad RAILWAY Heart :: .1....................................:............ .,:........................................................................................ COCOANUTSSPONGES :.................................For.......Appointment...................Pboa........*..1M1....................

1. : Sate 20% 17* ; : CASA CAYO :
Soil j :
I; .S DR. COBO'S on dwellings i Ire Insurance. -. : Landscaping,Marl\ and Top : Marion Iiuk so :

t W : OFFICE : : mere bldgs.a. a hous t i I 'b r INSURING with' : TOP SOIL:$ .so PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK :. : BEAUTY SALON 4 :
0 '121 riJEMXNO. STREET : : bold and 'Per. ; : !MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS '' : Will Ship 'to Any Part : "Soutiernmosf House in UJS.A.- It ; -
y : Mar .* La Concha Hotel : ; sow effecta. Atlantic Mutual fire Insurance_ Co.. : Also Lots Clear.d and Marl Spread-V.rr ReasonableG : S; of U oS. or Canada : .: 1400 Duval Straat Talapnona 1314 i , :
U of | ,, Save, 11o "A1 Pottciea Noa'Asaa >abto_-. x .! Marcy S: Palacio : Expert, Hair Tinting" Hair.Cuttin ./.. 1 : '
PHONE 124aaaaaaeaeeaaaaaaaeaea f : 1021 Olivia St. ; PerBonallzed Permanents "StylingCorecthre W :
t ;k kc 1 .....................: J. L. Crwoe, Agt. Phone tiZ4 ,; : WEECH PHONE 801 : :! 401 South Street : : Fadals: P Jc .

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f' 2.S Ride the Rut to the ,S.:1 B. & B. CYCLE SHOP i :: JEFFERSON lit DUVAL COFFEE SHOP :: :t REAL ESTATE E .:: For Hair or Finest Tinting :; '

fOLF: : : ? In Permanent
: : Open Daily :
rI 122 Fleming SU R.M.Daniala.Prop. Phone 1013 ; : SalesAppraisals : Wares . :
I : 5 P.M. to : : :
: Cushman Motor\' Scooters BE1\VDIG : t: A
- : : COMPLETE : :: Leases : : ,
Immediate .
Sales and Service Delivery :
s : Rentals
Also A La Carte

I :I BICYCLE* : !...---P................ ...........PRICES..............-.....: : Management : :! Colony Southard
t :: TAKE: : .Buddy Seats %F RentaJ.Senice ......e............................ taaaaaaaae ::, Propwtiaa Improved In and Key Vacant West : x 521 Street
: .Parking Flags and Monro County ;, Next to Southernmost ; -
f BUS : "
': :''t .S ICO.t. u..I .WindshieldsFootrests : : J. OTTO : .; ?k-' 1, School :
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: Specializing in :
,, :: 411 Flamiag Str. t : a Most ModernPbas .
1 :, Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : Key West Insurance Co. i iII :: IIS Whitehead StraatPbonM a of :
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: Hare Fun :,, STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1171 :: 124 and TM-R : ___ __ __ ____ Beauty CattatfTelephone .
SI ............ .... .............................. : Directly.in Front of Postoffice : :, .............. 206 for Appointment... .. ..:
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.1 .O .teaaeeeeaaeaaaaeeeaeaWASHING .. : REPAIRED A BEAUTIFY i i .i Work-Low Prices !
; !i : MACHINE : ,FOR SALE : 5 : : Daily,between 9:30 AJ4.and 3:30 : A.
Your Entire House uith : : PM Appointments accepted P
Our Customers Must B. : I: :
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i y ) Repairing Satisfied : INLAID LINOLEUM ! S21: SOUTIL\UD OFFICE : from public: by s.a.iorStwMDta ; s
820 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1310 : STREET : : TheSouthernmost :

;It'1 : RIKCIIAMCS . : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE i or ASPHALT TILE i Opposite Bus Station i Schoolof

: S :: Nut Salesmen !: ....................................................... EXPERTLY INSTALLED '. .: PHONE-RO. 1 : : Beauty Culture !,
J I Factory Matboda TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE% : :
; : by Trained Man : DRUM: iR. ; .d..1 523 Southard Street \ :

t t'., EASY ABC MAYTAO ; Key West i : -TIlE- There are a number available with over 990 hawa ;
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XENMORE: SPEED PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : of state approved instruction who know the .take I.:
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QUEEN: : and OtheraJ PorterAllenCompany phases in beauty culture. These student bcauUctaa
; : I2S DIVISION STREET PHONE 1112 : under of licensed el
: expert supervision a : teacher :
. J White Wringer Roll : : We DeliverBoat : I Flo.or Covering Co. : i though beauty culture appointments do good are work not required at very low it Lidvtsabk '
TRADERS e Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : For Appointment Stop at :

: :: THE 130 Duval Street : .: Packaged. Goods._ .___.._._._._._._._._._._._._._._.__..__._..___;: :::.....130....DUVAL.............STREET....................KEY....WEST.......FLORITA.........: r:,aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa i .....__523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE.......537.......e..
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.......................... : REMEMBER\ : WhereverYou : /
. ,.................. ; : RADIOS BUY YOUR RADIO, : Clearance .si; COWBOY & SONS
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: It Why ;
. When You Co : : It Takes A Radioman to Repair : S
' : . and . : : JOHN R. WATSON Manager
Food Shopping : Not Buy It From A Radioman : HI PTWJC' Regular $12.35 Values S10.9S :
: : : ASSURE YOURSELF of ; :. l\l\ 4O PANTS Regular $10.95 Values $7.35 PHONE 50311LANDSCAPING{
. ...; : Be Sure to Ot . ., :. : ;
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Hospital (: 1 GETTING INTO THE ACT1 Fast Workers." | lit $nLI ,.,.... ,

While SubRon 4 Downs Dairy A Chaplain serving his first .
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somewhere -
1 day on an aircraft earner:
it's a well known temptation for sports fans, watching thrilling in the Pacific sat down

Nine In Softball Last I actionfreni tbs stands, re want to get put there on th* field and for mess with some enlisted men.
Night t. ,. take part themselves..Here are four ezemplei.Rtl The speed with which the nary

: : men stowed away their food intrigued "
rr him. His own account of
what happened was:
, ,.: i :I bowed my head to say a few
1 |I jHialeah Nine Not; asr. iI words of grace, and when I looked -
I up again a waiter asked me
FUR; RSII4YVox ,. what I wanted for dessert." ; I

CONTEST I I| Coming; EiagJeSOf J : : a' raw, s, i -Ca.o e....ar e N.k..t.t .
.If1 npY4u'I"--mH2RiIII. I IWhat's .be $
i $551. weld wreak eltgtaai
Miami\ Due $s te.t el a Me ..]' .
'Two good softball games: were i t!i SunSay"F i Doing ;! the treed was a* g..4.. .
played la,t night at Bayyiew; 't .
1 1| The announced doubleheaderof : at the
Pack by team cf the Classes -A" "
baseball between the Hialeah } ARMED SERVICES
and "B" .
Leagues. Naval Hospital t let
Indians and local scheduled
: teams. Y.M.C.A. N.C.CS. .
kfatd: the Elks Club 2-1, in a for Sunday afternoon in the ) 1 Y ea 'wGnn
Jackson Square. WhItehead < Dun 8tr Mt
Class "Bcanwo, and SubRon 4 Municipal Stadium, have been and Southard Streets 1021
heat Adams Dairy 5-2. in the cancelled. it was revealed today. DEFENSE FORCBSPROGRAM
Class "A* contest. Both eamstumni '' Miami Eagles one of the fastest 1t IIDfIUI1 .1II U\IIIiIIII&QwjWUJlBllJDiWIIIUIP"\ ;; j

be diamond teams in the South, will 1! .
nut to Wednesday
pitchers' battles. take the place of the Indians for This Cincinnati fan didn't like the way things were going so he' In Mexico City a led hepped:from the stands, took aver the ".
In the opener, Joe Lewis and the twin bill. recently strolled out to tell the umPTres.Personally. c matador's role, and executed a perfect pass at the bufi. 1:00: P.M.-Fishing Party: Naval I.Hn..pital I. WAY
Patients. Joint Program i
Marlin hookrd up in a mound :j First afternoonwill P.LL-viliMSrdU
i game Sunday Nccs.I' 1: PJrL !!: .
durL Martin allowed the Elks be between the Eagles and YMCA use..,
: Ping Puw. Wntiac
1Vt( a.tnill s? 8.30 P.M.-Ye Ole Country Par- .
Key West pirates, under Armando SII wwL
only nix hits; and Lewis limited ty, featuring Square Dancing :
the Men'in White to seven safe Acevedo. The second clash of Virginia Reels. I 12M: P.M. *. P.M.-........

bows j, the afternoon will bring together! I 10:15 P.M.-Weiner Roast on the : Fattest Ftshia Party ,...-

llocpitalman Nelson proved to ,' the famous Key West .Clowns; Patio Grille. ;| pee...... NCC8. YMCA aei.
be Die downfall of Lewis. In the I'I piloted'by "Goat". Smith and the Thursday : ... c.... .

sixth, with two down. Nelson I*| visitors, 8:)OP.M. -Dance. John Pritch- '?:.. PM. .. P.III.-......
Japped a doubl and drove home I I I" Manager: Smith has played with ard and His Orchestra. Tr iaia.. PAL "t r M ;
the fiat run for his team. In .the; Indianapolis team of the II Friday : t.. P.M. SJOMB. > Yrng-

the eighth again with two men Neero American League 8:30 PM.-Bridge, Pinochle and. RaY) "lYe&
out. the same player poled another I|i I Gabe.Lastres or Pancho Salin- Movies. i Jt P.M. tk81 lliSpanYatf
double to score the second ero will be.on. the mound for the Saturday .. .... F.Ita n.; JIIiIIIr

and winning\ run. I j[,Pirates against the Eagles in the t" x 8:00 P.M.-Movies. ...... ........... .

Elks put acnwa their only mark* opt'ner.Rid"' Dean or Thomas I 10U P.M.-Second Show. fea- I!i I:. PJt U. P-Qaseitg2
rr in the sixth bases i j'will toe the'slab for the Clowns
on two on ture announced at the Club. :i THURSDAYPM.
balls and a single. bv Rodriguez. "'I, in the nightcap., Thomas, a NaVY =ee4 'I 9. 1t.JI.> .:M .
At bat Henrique hit two safe- I I civilian employe struck out 18 j Sunday fk..t.
'' Meblse. Tjn-.ltn.
9:45 A.B*-Java Club, discussion -
ly fur the Elks and Iforingtnn and :batters. recently for a modernnew ,, e. _ _ _ Group. !I keg lloesn. >>ftawees. t
Nelson did the each for the high in strikeouts. He defeated + J ; .
same 11:00 A. M.-"Go to CHURCH FMBAY
Hanoi tal/itfit I the Sound School and 1 : Parties." |' 9I A.M. I:.M ? III-N.wiaMacbtas .
Rick. Shadley. Nelson. Henke. I, Bob's Sport Shop at the Navy 3:00 P. -Classical Hour, se- T>pr.-nrr. Writ

Paul-rn 'B"rke and Martin were Yard .recently. .a lections announced. 't .hlg lfeets. lAswlra. .
the l.-st afield for the victors. I ---- : 3:00 P.Fellowship Hour un SAT M AY1M

In the field far the Elks. An- I ui the Patio. Community Sinking : HJtf. Ml P..-PM*;

","ra. SoUnnon. Griffcn. Rodriguez City Recreation Beatrice lioreno at the Flatting fain H. M .........
and Joe Lewis were out- This balding.football spectator tried to give his team a twelfth A Brooklyn Dodger rooter once collared Umpire George Mager- Piano. i .

standing. man but he also failed to stop Michigan's Tommy Harmon' kurth and registered extreme disapproval in very certain terms. I 10:00 P.M.-COffee Hour. SisFNbli1Y. .

Srnre by innings: R. If. E. ProgramSOFTBALL Camera Club meets each Ie:. AJC. IM AM.-.t..
- -- - -- $roabla.... Wblw
Elks 000 001 00-I G 2 I Thursday at 8:00: P. M.
000 001 01-2 7 1 G. S. O. Girls' : Met Cab U. S. Jh* ....art"d
(1 Hospital( out when winning run scored) Indians; Move' To 1st Place 1 How They Stand ;; Who !Knows? Organization meetings), (every Service 2nd ; .......).
I I I tt: P.M. 7/11 P.M.-.......
Joe Lewis and E. Griffcn; Mar- Park. Night and 4th Monday. I
tin and Shadley Barrlew Florida-Internalional I Ij I: 1. About what percentage of Game Room: Chicese Checkers : Trip (.*.. .. !Ia ....*..>. t

hits Nelson 2 stolen THURSDAY o I Baseball chess cards, ping-pong pool ; 1..1 111 I ..,...... h.wmL
: ; 7:13-Elks. Club vs. Driftwood. Athletics 6 11 League ,j J the earth's; surface is covered .bythe .
bates: rtro. Anjrueira; sacrifice Club. By Defeating .Club= tit i i'i w- *" Pct oceans? writing desks library current city snap.Religiotr
hits: Rnd fllez. Shadley; baseson VFW. I Havana --"_ -- :. :. 28 13 .683 magazines, various table games I ,......... hlruf.telepk .
9:1S SubRon vs. 2. .Is
balls?off Martin 4; struck out: GAME PLAYED I', Tampa ___ ._____23 17 .575 health honey beneficial to etc. .nts. 'lsl.rb reraNing stet.
by Martin 2. by Lewis 5: time of 1[.Lakeland 22 19 .537 Showers, tennis rackets golf I mailmc pMfcapa, mrw*? rprens .-
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game: 1,05: umpires: 11!. Tynes 7:15 Naval-Kantor Hospital: Slop- vs. LIGHTS LAST NIGHT !! This Y out IM$4itii$ ; '.. .,_ ,...j+_... _/423 20 .535 credited 3. What with man the discovery is generally that clubs fishing lines cameras, junriee. bawdry ytrii MBi -.
and F. VillareaL ; rReally |I St Petersburg 21 20 .512 checking service film service ;i available la all ieleaaeereM
IOO-Bob's Sport Shop vs. m-= the earth is round? :
: I and and their tats 4lieaMRS.
... _.... mailing wrapping packages
Miami Beach 20 21
ONeif ;;;;::;;; Adams Dairy. > BUCS NOSE JJRAVES : .488 4.: Can you identify Tadeuz receiving messages, phone booths i E S. OOtli.sseerolee .
4 pitched a ? I I Knew\ What To'Do WpstPalm Beacll _16 23 .410 KoseTusko! i
one-hit against Adams s--- *' : ;: 'r stamps railway express service, >. .seree.rylI
Dairy in;;the came nightcap. Sue Grif JUNIOR SOFTBAtifeBatvlew IN NIGHT AFFAIR :: b J'ihauderda. ).e; IMI 31 .262 I; 5,>How many times has: Poland available to SERVICE PERSONNEL I I MW HILDA CASTILLO.Virginia's .

fen limited the SubRons to four Park. Afternoonand (a, Aaa Ia/e4 rrM) f ADDISON Mich.-Left at home i been partitioned before disappearing i SeooTewy.

bingles.; POne .Morning NEW YORK, May 19 Cleveland tp! take caVe of his five younger Major j Baseball Leagues 1I l' state' as an independent Lesleigh DavisDirector.Gerald I, .

of the two Dairymen runs WEDNESDAYNO Indians took the American brothers while his parents 'visit. i\I i I I *" AMERICAN '!" 6. '' What State is known as the rector.Finder-Program Di- famous. Barter Thatre. .

came in'the third on a hit bats- games'announced. League leadership from Philadelphia ed a sick relative in Detroit..Rodney '!II, Club- W. L. Pet "Granite! State" Beverly Buchanan-Secretary. which trvwrts over the State

man end three free tickets to SATURDAYNO last Corbin. 10 the children Cleveland .__.. ._ 14 6 .700 7. 'What is the length of the Doreen Cruz InformationDesk I and tour the country M now the
first that forced home a runner. games announced. night by defeating :; put ito I Philadelphia __.16 7 .698 1 standard tennis court" j I Stale Theatre of Virginia byir.
I - Aide.
The second' Dairymen run was the Athletics, 6=1, behind the !! bed about eight o'clock. j( New: York ..'}..13 9 .591 8. What is the Althing > tin of state subsidies .

scored on- an error bv the second TENNIS six-hit, uitching of Breardon, a i Shortly after midnight, the Boston .. __ _. _.___ . 11 12 .478 9. What is the normal annual In the first ten of this
barking of his awakened years :
batemanand, a bad throw by the Bayvlew Park. Afternoonand relative newcomer who wasi I Rodney. He smelled pet dog smoke and Detroit "- ____ 12 14 .462 consumption of red meat in the century, 66 percent of the immigrants -
catcher. Night strong in the pinches. !; I>I SL Louis ______ 9 11 .450 U. S.? into the United States
found the of the home on
SubRon scored three times in rear: ___ _____ 10. Of which state is Salem BROADWAYCIGAR
DAILY- Pittsbu rg Pirates moved a i fire. ,I Washington 10 13 .435 ; (8.7 million) came from Italy.
the third on a walk an error and up Chicago __ .. __.___..._ 4 17 .190 the CaptiairI i
notch to third Russia and Austria-Hungary
two Juts. They added their final City tournament. place in the Na. He awakened and led his bro- I a*
two runs in the fifth on two baseson tional League standings last i] thers to safety, salvaged bed- NATIONAL -- against 12.2 percent from the British - STORE
I ding and to them j Club- VI. L. Pet' The Isles and Germany.
balls and a single .by Mat- SKATING night by walloping the rugs cover on i Answers
Boston "
the front lawn and then flaggeda St Louis ___ _. 14 7 .667
thews.. A double. br Sands was the Barriew Park. Night Braves, 43. Singleton and Lom- i passing motorist who drove to,a New York __..._.0 13 9 .591 I' 1. About 72 cent. ......................... 610 Duval Strrrt"

FRIDAY bardi limited the Braves ____... __ per
the entire to seven i tavern and called firemen. Pittsburgh 1311 .542
only kit obtained ! 2. Yes: it is excellent for indigestion -
7:00 to 9:00 P.1L hits ; Boston ___ __. 1211 .522 COMPLETEBASEBALL'
Adams Dairy outfit. kidney trouble -BICYCLES- I
or con
Matthews poled two singles for In the only other night game j Gypsies are known as Zigeur.er Philadelphia .__ mo.... 13 12 .520 stipation. It is nonfattening and
BASEBALLMunicipal in Germany; Zingari in Italy and Brooklyn __ _11 13 .453 ".
SubRon. Temple and Stenger Rot the New York Giants beat the h.U can be eaten by overweight persons Repaired and RentedAlso
the SubRon safeties, a sin- Stadium.. Afternoon Zincali among; the Spanish.. Chicago 9 13 .409 I
other I Cincinnati
gle each SUNDAY- I 6to5. Reds .by a score. of : Cincinnati} ._____'-_ 918 .333 j 3. Aristotle. in Stock-NEW SCORES'POPULAR

In the field. Mason. Stenger andMatthews TWO games announced between .St. Louis Cardinals j! Swift; Ferriss Galehouse, Pafnell i i 4. A Polish patriot who served BICYCLES TRICYCLES I
the stars for the the and Tebbetts. | Softball t under in the Revolutionary
were visiting Miami Eagles and Brooklyn Dodgers I LeaguesClass Washington -
| 4-3 yesterday. j WAGONS SCOOTERSand BRANDS .|
Sands J
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winners.V ldcZ' Cruz West Pirates in the first Munger j War.
Key } pitched steadily. Slaught- R.\JL "A" i

for Score.by the losers innings: R. H. E. game and Key West Clownsin er's two-run home run helped ; Washington .__.-'. 5 10 E.1 t Club- W. L. Pet. ;i 6.5. New Three.Hampshire. SKATES Cigars and CoW

Adams 001 001 0-2 1 3 the .second game. the St. Louis cause. !I Chicago _. -_ _.-4 12 0 Bob's Sport Shop 7 0 1.000 7. 78 feet. Overseas Cycle Store I
? oOo Chicago Cubs defeated the I Hudson Thomson Scarboroughand Adams Dairy 2 3 .400
SubRon 4 003 020 T-5 4 2 '.0 8. Icelandic Parliament. Soft Drinks
Griffon and Villareal; ONeil Army Barracks. Afternoon Philadelphia Phillies by a score Evans. Early; Goodwin.i Vets of Foreign Wars 2I .333 I, 9. About 10,500,000 tons. 120 Division SPbone 1380

SUNDAYNO of3to2. |i! Pearson and Robinson. SubRon 4 ___'.0 26 .250 10. Oregon. ......eesee.eee..e.....
and Temple. games announced.Temperatures.. In the American League, the --
Two-base hit Sands; sacrificehit St Louis Browns :' 'I. Class "BClub j I - - -. -
double : Griffento defeated the 1 R. H.:'EtStj W. L. Pet In"the Galveston. Tex. storm of : - : = iII
Sands play '
: : York Yankees a aa am am ia aMB a a BMBBi B
Valdez bases balls: by a score i, Louis, -.. ---6 i 1 Elks Club .0._ .. 3 1 .750 1900 the wind registering -
Cruz to : on of 6 to 5; the Detroit Tigers apparatus
off Griffen 5. off OTJeil 5: struck the Boston Red Sox. 10-7 while took New York ._ __. 511 1 Kantor Men's Shop 2 2 .500 was blown away when the Overseas
O'Neil 5 i Fannan, Biscan and Partee; Naval Hospital 2 2 .500 wind attained of 100 Transportation
out: bv: .Griffen 3. by ; the Washington Senators beat the i i a velocity
7:30 A.M. EJLT. II Page, Drews and Berra. _
time of game: 1.10; umpires: F. Chicago White Sox. 5-4 1 VXI Flyers 1 3 .250 miles an hour. .
Villareal and M. Tynes. I NATIONAL -LEAGUE- '
'I Inc.Fast
Scorer both games Aguilar. Station- I Night Game I CRASH KILLS HEPBURN ON INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDWAYIXH ---1 Company, .

I Atlanta 60 RH Ej+ .. ..... ..
I Lillian Meek : Billings. _:.:: .:: :.=:: === 55 Pittsburgh '___mm_ 4 9 1 I r- ';.f" ..' ' ,1 1r I Dependable Freight Expre Service

Birmingham n__ _____' _.... 62 Boston . _0. __. 3, 7 0'' C II I -between
Bismark _.. n' ____ 69 Singleton. Lombardi and Fitzgerald I -
Wilts' Navy Wives ,. Boston ___________ 52 ; Vbiselle Hogue and Masi. | II lIIAland\ 1\ KEY WEST

Buffalo _____ 45 I
Charleston _'_'___" 69 Night Game {I Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
Bowling Tilt Chicago __.-_. R. H. E. Between Miami and Key West
Corpus Christi New.York ____-__ 661''
46j ,
Lillian Meek" led the Navy Denver .. __ .. Cincinnati. __ 581.
Wives in bowlers at the oJub base! Detroit _. ____ .. P ., .Jones.., Trinkle and Livingston Express Schedule

alleys .n Tuesday morning witha :. E1 Paso ___ 69 Vandermeer Raffen- I (No Stops En Route
high score of 173. Ft. Worth __ _____ 65 berger Williams and Lamanno. Ij j LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY .I8X-

The runners-up were Edna Galveston __ _____ 14 . CEPT SUNDAYS) at KOQ PM. A?.
Potter. .166. and Emily DesAr- Jacksonville - 'U"-___'_ 78 R/RE. '" I rives at Miami at 12:60 o'clock .....
_____ ._ St. Louis .m. ___ 481 night.
i mier. 160.Other Kansas City Ohm n 63
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bowlers were the Mesdames KEY WEST __ .. ___._ 76 Brooklyn 3 9,0. ..asR i I LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EX6WT
__ Munger and Rice; Branca and > SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock
Corky Herron. Dorothy Key West AIrport 76 : A M4rf.
Cravat: Betty Mason. Flo Faul-. Louisville u' ____-____ 52 Edwards. I night and arrives at Key West at
i ronor, JoEllen Hingson. Lucille Los Angeles _ 49 t o 6:00 o'clock A.M.
R. H. E
Yarborbugh. Edna Breeding. Miami 14
o Local Schedule
Chicago' 3 8 0 i :
Janet Minneapoli--------- -
Masten. Alice
58 Philadelphia .. ..__ ._____ 264 (Stops At AU Intermediate Petals
." Bunny Robertson. Alice Behl. Memphis .u________ 60 LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY
Schmitz fX.
Viyianw Driver and Vera Wood. New Orleans __________ 74 and Scheffing; Simmons I CEPT SUNDAYS) at Ida o'efaek
NCCS Executive Secretary Eileen New York'' _.. ______ 51 Semenick. i A. M. and arrives at Miami at .:.

I, Coughlin was" score keeper. Norfolk ___ ________ 61 AMERICAN LEAGUE I' I o'clock P. M.
The Wives discussed terminating -] Oklahoma City .__._.___ 63 o. j LEAVES MIAMI
I bowling for the season, at theme Omaha .____.___. 61 R. IL E.I. I I SUNDAYS) at ':00 o'clock A. M. cad
of..the month, and organizing Pensarola __ 12 C x arrives
; Cleveland ________n_ 680 : at Key West at 5:00 o'eaaek
swimming activities duringthe Roanoke ---_ 57 Philadelphia . 1 6 1 I P. M.
summer. St Louis ____ S2 Bearden and 0. Hegan'n -;- Brizzie, f

San Antonio 65 Savage Harris and Rosar. ,
The Thirty Years War, 1618 to San Francisco 44 AVIrrphoUTHIS FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE

1648, last of the religious wan to Seattle 45 I R. H. E.t PICTURE of Ralph Hepburn (left). automobile racer from Van NUTS. Calif.. was taken Sun- FULL CARGO INSURANCE
which Reformation had given
Tallahassee . 69'rte : Detroit 10 11 01Tosfao' day shortly before he was killed in a practice run c* the 500-mile Indianapolis Motor MAIM OFFICE and WAREHOUSES Cor. Eaioa: fc Fraacia
in almost .. Speedway. .y,
rise toojf eveoncount-. Tampa -_ -_ _.. i V*'- b. ',., '7:>iol ..2 t"- His speeding car J. into the north wall of the-.-traclt Right Rescue workers PHONES: 52 AND IS
<7 in Europe except Russia. Washington 561 Trucks, White, Overmire and body from the wrecked car. : .:-"... remoTe Hepburn's


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BEHIND Chapter hU boae-21 rimmed I I somewhere hone concealed, Juliet In .the timber ing The here investigator either. The nodded.two"Noth-from j j|i < : .: : : !J
Classes John Bluett's vague 7io. The Olands havent shownup Dukane) wife tell of trivial home ,j i THROUGH ITS NEWS EDITORIAL : .1 i
eyes net Vince'a and wavered. since Hugh returned. We matters and tbe other is from a i ,
*1 suppose I owe you an apology count on them for our fresh vegetables government 'agency relating to- !' ..
and dairy produce Luki new tariffs on,leaf tobacco warp ],
for unpleasant hour in the is.legerstor. and 1 are walking over." Dukane raises.That leaves Juiia'a i j

(I* lids .en* he apolojflr said grudgingly.or isn't it* golden Vi ce's tendrill glance curling strayed seductive to a town two and,with Palmer's rnsjjersonal? and which effects.is m" ,j o' AND ADVERTISING COLUMNS, 'Co/ ...: / lt i ;. ;(-:;!a . :

the naval officer wondered. Cant ly around the lobe of her ear "Look here" Vince sakL "Bj-i I
tM frlloi do mmythng decently.*I You look as fit as a fiddle. I was sett said there ;werBftiteenlet-. :
-Don' strain yourself." he Diet Worried about you. 1 knew' we ters; ,:but suppose, there were ssxteen t YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER PERFO MSOI"r::
-1 w u1dn, tall it exactly! unpleasant shouldn't fall asleep in there. but, the other addressed. to Ba-' .
Julia in it got the better of me.- sett himself -
wu there with
-know* "I did fall asleep Vince but not 'That's the fly : in, the! ointment ': '" =
me.Before you Biscett could retort. before 1she hesitated uncer- ," Johanson agreed. "Butlet's t AN IMPORTANT; PUBLIC SERVICE 7i": : : .1
-Johanson get" on coughed wit a this aUlJ letter: taveI1.a.n'J busi. tainly.a dream-Well after perhaps aIL it was just going to send the all fifteen of them firstI'm :n V. ". ;
"No Julie it wasn't a dream. to a nand-writing expert: ;
ness. Barnett you repeat what I meant every word of it." be able to find something'we've I '
you saw for Vincel"After They stared at each other for missed," he !) ( ,
an ugly hesitant moment long seconds then Julia put her When Julia returned and placed I -
Btuett cleared his throat osten hand over his, ""Vince there's the two letters on the table ,, ' .,: -
tatiously.There. something I-" She stopped as fore them her eyes were -
were fifteen envelopes Johanson entered. without saying a word she be-'I ,;. -' ,, ..,.. .v: .... ,
-one each for Luki and Dr. Pal- "Oh here you are," he sad! the room. The two ,omen ' .. '
mer. two for Julia, three for with relief. "been looking all changed mutually puzzled .. ,
Dukan and "aM for Mr. Mann- over for you." then with one accord each selected ", '
Vr, I opened the eight; they were formed In her eyes. a letter .. :; -
"Whquestion .
all% bulls or business, nothing aigLfeant Why do you want Vince's was from a girl of
in them." met" Julia's age and contained: a bewildering .
You still have them?" VlnceikMt Tm rounding up all the mail jargon relating to col- -
shortly. that you picked up at the Post lege life and a description of .
-Yea. Ill get them." Office on Thursday. There were various dates with the Honolulu 1
When Uusett returned with the two letters for you. I'd like to military set. A hilarious snort :
letters the three men poured over see them, please. from Johanson interrupted him. j } V ,
them. The secretary looked tri "You mean you're going to "I understand Julia's reluctance -'4 : :
umphant when the other two read them!" now.!' the investigator 1 _
agreed that there was nothing of "Detectives have to snoop Into chuckled. "In all fairness to tbe .,-X. '" I
interest In them. Johaoson pkked personal flairs, you know. girl. Bonnay 1 don't think you ,.. I
them up carefully. Vince felt her fingers stiffen. should read this one." : > ; '
Seven to go and I think HI She glanced at their hands Before Johanson could put it .. ::
get on their trail right a..lY.lie flushed with embarrassment and aside Vince snatched the sheet of 1 ,.- " ." .
rye Bonnay a searching glance withdrew hers. "There was noth- note-paper from the in\estiga- S -
Better ret some breakfast: youlook ing important in them." she insisted tor's long spatulate fingers. Seconds -
a little the worse for wear" "They were both from later he too was shaking ,
Honolulu friends of mine." with humor. The letter was ]
nREAKPAST at KalanH! was 'Then you won't mind ,our nothing more noxious than a.i
-* informal) and served in the reading them. Please. get them heart-felt plea from an ardent I '
English manner. a series. of chafing for us." admirer in the Arm, an elaborate i'
dishes placed on the massive -Now protestation of love that> i
mahogany buCet. Vince thought "Now he echoed emphatically. made Vince's ears turn pink with _{
himself alone and was peering embarrassment for the writer. : ,
f into a tureen when an icy hand As she left the room, the Investigator Johanson gathered the six envelopes .:
I slapped across the bark of his. put four varicolored into a neat pile. .. . i
nee L He spun around nervous),. envelopes on the table. "I"m sending these in for handwriting ;I j : I
I -Lord, Julie, it'. too early in Vince recognized one as the let- analysis immediately and
I for a trick like that!" ter addressed to Luki. He readit our man can examine Palmer'stoo. 'f 1 .
thShe laughed softly. -I'm not I through very carefully then It isn't much for us to.go on .j, So all .
I very goat at resisting temptation. turned tc Johanson. -just a straw in the- wind but I may see .
." "This one seems harmless-it's still, there's a slight chance." ,1 .
I That's eftC'OUraclne.Ills eyes from Lulu's sister describing: Sighing dispiritedly he left Vince I S
i caressed the soft blue wool of family affairs and island activ- alone in the Victorian gloom of . ..
her sweater and slid down to ities. Nothing to get him even Sophie Mannley's diping room .j j
her Jodhpur-clad legs. "Got a slightly excited. To be cautioned) .; HII. ; :.
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) Finds Diamond I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 1 On Fence' .
Impaled One section the Classified the
(Know America) I, particular --- -serves community

Among Potatoes Lieut. Gen. William H Simpson BOSTON, Mass.While playing '
born in Weatherford, Tex., : 'stump the leader" on top of '
60 years ago. I!I a garage roof, Alice Marie Four- by highlighting the to immediate sales and the quick .
inVWCTON: N J When Mrs
Dr. John J. Morton Jr. noted mer, 12, fell from the roof and way
Rita Itrauer of Union Township Rochester N. Y t i s
University pro- was impaled on a picket-fence: .
opened her* bag of potatoes she fessor 'of stirgery'borri-at: Holy. '; beloW.' : ." .. '
!bought from the grocer, one of I oke. Mass.62"years ago. ,, Taken to a hospital in a critical satisfaction :of buyers'needs:' Each ,.year r'rqOlions'; of dollars
the potatoes was studded with a Frank J. Wilson retired chip: condition physicians said .
two-carat diamond ring. In someway of the U. S. Secret Service, born !!!one of the pickets had penetrated
in Clark Co., Ind. 61 years ago.i,I the lower abdomen of the child.I . '
the ring of the grocer's wife. i. I..
of American business transacted the classified
Mrs Herman Weiss, became entangled Tom M. Girdler chairman of I I Subscribe to The Citizen. are through \ ,
in the potatoes. As a Republic Steel Cleveland born I
rewarad. for returning the ring in Clark Co. Ind 71 years ago.!' School, born in Switzerland 641
the Weiss family took Mrs. Arthur Polock: of the Brooklyn years ago. columns of the nation's
Brauer to dinner and to a nightclubs j I N. Y. Daily Eagle, noted dramatic ': Lady Astor first of her sex to papers.
critic, born in Brooklyn, 62 years ;, sit in Britain's Parlinent born at ..
I'., ago. i.Mirador, Va. 69 years agoGARDNER'S : V. : : S
TODAY'S Dr. Manley O Hudson of the : V V VV.V .
ANNIVERSARIESKoow. Harvard Law School former,.' .
I I judge of the International Permanent -

172 -William( America Henry), noted .1 Justice, born Court at of St.International Peters, Mo.. : SPEEDY SaRF 'it

Lancaster !'a. gunsmith and Revolutionary steamboat I 62 Dr.years Karl ago F. Mayer, noted RELEFFORACDa ti For those who have a specific product to sell, rent, trade,

exprimenlor bacteriologist of the INDIGESTION .
| pathologist-
Co.. Pa. patriot Died Dec born 15 in 1788.Chester I University of California MedicalSTRONG or an especial need to fill CITIZEN WANT ADS are the

nU-Johna Hopkins. Balti . . . . . ,
more's famous and penurious ARM BRAND' COFFEE t l
merchant of his day whose fortune

hotpitaj endowed of the the name.university born and in TRIUMPH COFFEE most effective, economical, and quickest means of advertising.

Baltimore Died Dee :-1. 1873.
1800 Qcogre W. Whistler. [ .
noted aol. n.bf'er. father of I 1114 Division St., at Varela '
the 'amed'artist., born at Fort ,All Grocer I Thou 177 Free Delivery .
Ind. Died building a - - - _
Wayne. . r' "" A.-
railniaJ in Russia April 7. 1849.1M7 _
-Horace{ E. Stockbride. .41 jnmnrniuminirmiiiiiiiiiiiiiummiiiimuiiuiniiiiiiumiiiiiHii'! ! !! !' ! ltllnmipUUlMlnlWllme. tltt TRAOI.tORRESULT. .
teacher, agriculturist college .
president a chemist in Japan. :
born Hadley.. Mass. Died Oct. .
SO. 1900.
1864-j-Carl E. Akelcy, natural- .
Ut. taxidermist !inventor, a noted . k 'u1 (l, t.OAN '
African explorer, born in New .4r
York. Died in Africa. Nov. 17 .

1926.I8GOSamucl C. Blythe noted U P/7 -. -

political writer and intimate of Use the
Itoeidmts. born in Genc'.eo. NY .- :

17.. IML Died at Monterey Cal. July r' .1 ri

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I High School To .. (Continued From Page One) i J tl'4ea' Ptye oast
I : : -vk_ .- -- rust Aid Class, trouble with Key West. I can't .. fa 'r1 ..... ui

get any infonna: on." I .. fat
j Met l __ wm Ieparted. .., '
Hold Reunion 31BANQUET Tuesday Adrian OSweeney businessman -
: : "Mr. Spalding. the ...l a tpliaa wtht .. i 1-..
you say
I MIll .. .. h'ot
: L The Navy wives first' aid class men won't tell you who theatencd ........ d M.. tw...l t,'
l them. If haven't to
they 'guts'
I met at NCCS yesterday for the .
tell then how have An a horn
can they
{ '. __ i j sixth,.session under the instruc- you : t;I &-. ...
TO WKLCOMK: SENIOR Horace t the 'guts to protect our homes on
O'Bryaht tio of American Red Cross Exe- when duty?" .; M1t Bar U "
cutive Helen McNeiL on years '.. ills r.wl. ... r...,
I Secretary ? beforegoingto -
i CL\SS AT ELKS: CLUB (Inquiry at City
1. Receives Ovation Artificial respiration was de- the city ... .Ut1Elt eu 1M Rita "'"
::ANNEX |I ',. L't monstrated and severalproblimlS ,.not: press,.oDe"f develops person; from theaudience. ins .... 5r weIef ..... .l..Kr.
'relative to accidents and injuries '.d Ml M tlelaadt a
Key Wet high School Alumni j I! PresentationsHorace I were handled by the classy. generally! either nor:: ,,from offered Key his West ser..vied'fo : w .r. rm ...... It nw1M w

J Those present: Mesdames thc' for" other ..... Ne ml d se .mrr
Association will
hold annual re- city pay or I
Vera Jeanne Alice Ldl r..t N......
Hight frees. .w
principal 'of wise decent law en
union this year'at the Elks Club O'Bryant .toi- support .... .
lon .0.-.11 ...
Behl. Rose Marie Meadows I Iwr M u*
annex at S p. m. May 31, it was the Key-West''High! Schogl'anilsuccessful 'Aiken, Helen Cherwa, Dolores forcement' ,offered any constructive ; was meeting'R'U.
suggestions to that end.
anOunced today by the committeeIn candidate in the first: Travis Gloria Joyce Hill and : that .
On"the1 contrary city officialssaid
charge.There will. lie a oanquet and primary for superintendent: of NCCS staff members Eileen S' ;' ,; as .a>;result of last night's tares .re. w 1** CMat 2*
; Coughlin and Hilda CastillaI 1 '
public instruction was'givejv ; -t
withdrew his
dance. The purpose t.f the affair :.. meeting one. man
U.to wlecume tax members of thestaur rebounding ovation last\ ;night : ','r previous alter 01 assistance.; ; i
I ) claw of the High School when he attended the meeting of'f Ja y slices. Plait I. Commissioners transfer,.of then liquor approvedthe licensefrom'Hqnqc.Ci. some : -1' A"liIRets

into the organization. the Junior-Senior Iligh School i ; to "' llitketete
ActivitiesThus Albert J.
It will be for thegr.dwtes For .Ross to
necessary PTA and Room Mothers- in the -
and the Alumni Asso- Mills foj& efCasa Cayo flume, << 1 ;\ : . ft 13.93;
school auditorium. It was' the
r lUnn members to make their final meeting of the current Summer 1400 Duval license,. street to ;J.the Slone grantingof 655 ]I ..........k- TonMrr
reservations for the party before a "
school term. I .95 >S22.IMI
*. t a juke box MM
Greene place
sffqj >
May 27.'A The Jayshees. at their >_ebularbusiness : sent
But Mr. O'Bry'ant receivedmore .
: Tall to Jeff Knight: Jr. at meeting Monday night and in-bIlI game at the Harlem ..arala Hee.e ..4 Car
than an ovation. The organi- (AP' wirephoto>>' club 'lJ60 Emma street; approved I RADICe
telephone number 489 or to zations presented him with a desk _ ; planned a full month's-. entertain'
Claries E Smith. Jr. at 600 will set and a gold pin together with WITH EDGAR BgRGEK'asxhapczpcu.Charlie McCarthy is introduced ment. public hearing for the full
1 reserve a table for anyone eligible 'certificate, that indicate a to Miss Margarrt-Trumao..'d4ug'Hter of.President and May 25, a party will be held for application of E. S. Gomez that Gomez 936 << TRADER

to attend. lifetime membership in. the Mrs. Truman.'at-.th.' Rational.Celfbriliei'Golf "Tournament in the patients at the Naval. Hos I United street in order soft drink been hnI 114. HMM tMt
e* i X Florida of Parents and n'and'Cbatlia Ven.honorkry'starters.. pital. June 7, a buffet dinner could operate a
Congress. Washington. : Margaret l works at 1302 Grinnell
I and bottling
Ainalenr Radio ; Teachers. j I r was an honorarr' scoter"..*TourtUnenjt.wu held for charity.Cossack will be held for Jayshees ,street. Gomez told the commission the __ __ __
'I Mrs. Grace Hilton spoke for _' ; -. vv .s.-v.s. v .-. *.. J -.. -_: their husbands. Their dessert I that he owneda -
Enlcrlains' ---- in a letter
:.(;i 1.11 ; the teachers Mrs Ruth Higgs: ------r bridge parties have"prWed' so 936 United
home at :
for the parents and Mrs. Myrt- :; : successful, another one is 'plan; I $25,000 HOTELS: IM MIAMI\ \ at POPULAR PIUCCS
Key West Amateur Radio Club land Cates for the Room Mothers. Chorus: Will: :BeI : .: ned for the, middle of June. \ I street and so was not desirousof
In its clubhouseen ,. having the zoning changed in
a party have
gate The agreed a
Jayshees on.
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Duval street last night Two hundred were present at t .'' : ; ,, :'o "\ : -. five-point program, and thei< Jhat, eighborhood. but only that Located in Ute Heart Of tfc.Ory

.Inn honor of two members who the meeting. I i representatives will present .i.it.at he Ire given a 6 to 9 montn temporary RATES- .," ? IDin/YC C!* *"MI w W NK>
ar*.about*to leave the city. SMILEt i I ]Injance': Festival Cast the next meeting of the Civic; permit. At the expirationof REASONABLE' *- It UVHWj l fc F Ml B V ATX>M1

Theyare!' Lt. Tom Newhouse WILL YOU j .. . ; ) Improvement Association. 'that time! << he_ agreed to s moves with') BA rH Gad
who will \
and'Ll Gilbert Olson a business zone Curry s" application
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an-electronics and maintenance 1 ' Brtha: street on his propertythat ,
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school. 1j I Whose little j EST PRINCE"9' ( ; T-r'' I'; is feet long and 100 feet
Young woman J '. ',J JPER1 1r.ran g.11f tion of $500 to Lois Busto 822 800 lintel 1 .' fold' Ilatc.1
OJ acted Zoning
not on.
boy are you'Sophisticated_ I wide, was
"qfwPostMectsi I t Willie -- Be :' ETTA Ta'.BE' AT/ELKSl' r.i 1ilU-Da Y'liVY. :I This Fleming was(done rear)to for correct the year an error.1947. Commission Chairman C.B. Harvey CO .NX. 3rd s t. 'U', NL lsI As.. IM lit:. hi Ail
I mamma i r in favor of Curry'sapplication 80 Rooms leo Roema
'yourself.Whose. sweet the allowance of spoke M ....'"
> Night \ are ? t i CLUB 'THIS WEEK V I '" 'Relief. .Fiesle"Final'details'for. i Disapproved stating that Curry Elevator Elevator
Thursday you ij j i .. .' -- *' . i i. . beer and wine licenses for Delio !would' have a total investment Solarium Heated : **a tuc-
800 Duval Street GrayceR
Regular; meeting of Southernj j' Apply To Wed There will be several:' .added l .the success of I Perez, Bond 17th and Duck;Avenue; of $19.000 and that he was improving -: 3 BLOCKS FROM UNKDN:! BUS RATION
most Peat 3911. lot \fife where little im- |
in store' ;
treats people'of area
j ) Mear's Grocery, 1320 Virginia; an
bq j forthcoming g Navy Carnival
will be held at the! ; had been done
tint Wars who : : 'on'ai- I beervender's provement ever
town Arc planning
and disapproved a package '
home of the Commander. Tony' An application for a marriage ; on May. 21 and 22 are being for Evelio Vargas before. The Curry transaction' -
license -
Arthur which is at 903 Gren- license was filed yesterday in the tending the.dance :and!'fesUval'to' completed.under. the -directionof
M Mil 'street t The meeting will, office of C I'11tv Jiid*'' RayroonH be presented at the' Elks audf-. 'the 'chairman, Mrs. Michael 1016 Division StreetIn

start at < p. In. Thursday. R. Lord by Paul H. Beiar. 29, of torium this' :week.:'-The lalonted .. O'Connor; A. variety of events ancient times Christianity KENMOIIEWASHG
I ?:'A11 members and visitin: l the U. S. Navy and Violet C. : young sutdents,,: ..Dick\ YwlnS \vil\! be-hel 1d jat the seaplane base that there were nei- I

I comrades are cordially invited to' Jones, 21, of 170-B Poinciana I I j Floyd Roberts,; Louis. ; 'Pjneda,. hang i'J.': her proclaimed' rich nor ooor. bond, nor free
ttnd) the meeting. ] place. i John, Dillon. and Bob.Simpson,' 'Childf n"wuJ. be given alt op- j i I
i I ,_ _4_ ____.:.. _ I Jew nor Greek but all were one ,. MACHINES
-- I Jr.. the Cossack' chorus the"- portunily,tq lookhrough a large t I '
YOUTH COLLAPSES IN DEATH QUIZ I I high school. operetta'vWiil be\;ont :telesoope I !.and. to-take advantage I Ipx | .
... ,! hand to render'.several .vocar Selections . the Jree.andy in- connection' ARE AVAILABLE IGAnttI
from the Torest'P-rlnce.' with i,CbiJdt n'so booths .Children ml WIIwFULLVISION

[ The music is:taken 'from-.-.the.: wiU'. >c' taken >eare of Was, there .n Priced. AsfJ. ''A .,
!! great works of the beloved Tchaikovsky Js.o/:tie.fenced in. .play area 0f9i.thcmWit : t
| and the 'beautiful aria; 'a. capable att.en'l ..n"'flkjp.xjtH
I ;: "Here in the Forest," "will. be Mnt:. w/ f j I IU 8a JUumlnnm. -. ;r AJitAt "
T.13 "[ sung by Miss :Beryl --Dill lyric I '.Oitt( added atttfaction.will be C"lini.n: Easy 7'rt.J'i."".
L let'< I! soprano of the'oper.etta; The selection ![dancing, :Interlarded with; a bug: TELEPHOJfC 1151 w 1N1I
i that :ML4S-, Dill stags :is;'I i i conl+ t..'and': special 'entertain,: : A . e I L ,
"* .
"' from the 6th" .Symphony .(The.'',mentv . -: '. j "_
rpathetique). i iI J l 1 ; carnival.wlll not only ProThe walk 6hrl.ekiae L.ov.n I

i I The balletXeibestrulrtr: : will l!'1 i'vidc/:fuyfof''KeyWesters, tut'wHKnTsb SHADE INTIRI WINDOW. fr.*.il. fort
Ht cad GI.ra.f San' t y .
d s t i be dancedby"B t ;Sirnpson-, ;;bcltera qu int. ..ADMIT LIGHT end COOLING
\ !!Isisted by' the Corps' de'!Ball| t; 'iwt'h'lhtdaeHiti{ s offered by the j BREEZE.GlVI YOU PRIVACY. the CORNER of FLtN1tIC11dt SI140WrQ$ ST1tLLT3
The ballerinas 'includesLjllian: ilia'RtGeCSkiety I. I. ..4 ClIARVItW.VISION.Th .
Weaver, Vivian Garcia;' Katty) sy .- EveryGRADUATE
;I I .. Oriw"hi.l, Patented, 5-a-l, !
I Lola'SchaUedltandCar-; I ,
Lqt Ramos, Adjvttabl C..bIa.ri.a
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men De Armas. '
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1:\. the Miss Theatre Doreen Group Cruz',vo haS.alrst'.with chosen ':t: ..... L-.- v1i'v'ISD:: i I RETURN Justice r. Frank HOBSON

= for her numbers the ever popular ". '
ti -I Understand." and "Don't Take|I I .." The
I To
1 \. Your Love From Mel Miss i 'Cruzpossesses 1 Son' to Tubbses ,0 0 1AStOSN :' I :
I 'an unusual.blues[ Swy '
ty that never fails to"please.quah-J, ...[ .A six! pound, four ounce son Ii; DnIlAHRYDOROTHY SUPREMECOURT
bola in the U. S. Naval Hopftal. .- /t0SLS
W. C. Stallings.,talented''baritone .Wi S GU'ya0v' : CK-VY
yesterday to Mrs. Evelyn .
U. will be
from the S. Navy I
heard in Jerome. Kearns beloved :: Tubbs wife of Allan R. Tubbs, ' and 4
I ,4r ;SN NAS Seaplane Base. The 1V'I$' J
"Ole Man River from the;musif ; I ,, fi t Olhrr
L I.w cal "Showboat. 4 L i new arrival. has been named Larry -1 : Many

1, The opening chorus of the show :I| Allan;: FOR WINDOws.PORCHES Beautiful Gift IIt'msI

will' feature a' musical comedy I II I I 1 .' SCREEN DOORS I Vote For ThisABLE
t routine, with the Palm Island TO REORGANIZE I -

j Girls and'Gerry Finder/doing th? I.I'| SCOUT TROOP SOk I \u. nthfOr vp<; ,,f li-atmrnl I' JURIST
dance number. Gerry will also rf>< a.. well. . n.. nihcr GARDNER'S.FILtRMCYThe .
appear in solo tap.'routiESes ; Former Troop 50, Boy Scouts I hat all fl.KAIIVlKUVSitdvantaKfv. -
throughout the evening. ''of' America, will hold a meeting dollar,'f.t\H\.rt\\-invytmrnl; million in- May 25th

The affair will consist of 4en- I to reorganize .tomorrow night; modern wirntifiivrc.Isk.n; -
tertainment only, ito djryaftgifs'planned. \ ,Ian ibe>. 'n}: t' Congregationali manufacturing furilitlcs Is t&zm
your a.uran ,.f dendai.ilItl.f Store Paid PoUiecl A4,,.rtiM.. i )
(Wlreohotol There will be two parts i Service annex. nl-'UlaIAxCt a- I i

ROBERT K. HANSEN. 24. employe of a radio shop In Los An- : to the show, with. an intermission I I'llKMK F.H.TrrMi.! U llr.lrrd 111\ Division Slrrct I

ge.... Calif. collapses after being questioned by police regardingtwo j at10l5'p.m. 'j j : t ; i.I .} Mc
partially burned human heads found in an Incinerator at 1 I Changes in the declination -of I Great to Rcfiete MONTHLY ; +F:1' 11 e:"IT- Phone 177 and

Uia rcar ef the shop. Th heads were identified by Sheriff CapU t; the moon bring differences between Venetian Blind Co. f I, Betty Bobby Simpson

Ray Morris as those of Ralph Dirkscn and his wife. OJva.\ opera- i morning and afternoon i FEMALE.PIINS Call ii:1042; 01.11.for Estimates sTiiKtrr: ((2) "Prescriptions Called For ,

Ion of the shop. Hansen was booked on suspicion of murder. tides and currents.DKWKY : and DeUyered"i,I Announce
An you troubled by distress of female i
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from pain feel BO nervous weak
Iileb-ctrung such times? Then THE OPENING
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1 Plan Your FloorsFree at. Ill.y look for

fit r Estimates Given more limit a Iniryer. STUDIO

Asphalt. Til I a They look for tl HI tin ;
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( trimiri.t ulitiittislru-! '
Tit.Plastic 629'Duval l Slrool
: floor Tile lire* an frill rn snnml,
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Acoustic Ceilings ; r served notably . he has Class Registration. . THURSDAY. MAY 2M
.Hardwood Flooring
t proved he can do the job_"
,eFormua. for Sinks
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I Counters Tables Ballet
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i i 1 .Ie..* Refinishlngs Au REMEMBER, Character
CAP \VlrephotoM>> !Modern Floors & Tile -_ ILk ON MAY 25th

GOV. THOMAS E. DEWEY of New York (left) put son a war bonnet and becomes an honorary Tap

...lDMr" the Warm Springs Indian tribe at The Dalles. Ore. "Eagle Siin" is the same the In- J. L. CLVTES { YOUR VOTE RICHARD W. ERVIN

''diams gave the governor who is campaigning in Oregon for the Republican Prald.ntId nomination. Flooring,: Contractor I FOR
JUghti Harold E. St....... likewise a Republican candidate for president. meets Indian princesses' 1434 VIRGINIA STREET I Is A CONTRIBUTION to Good Government in Florida Ballroom i iI

ef the annual Roundup festival at Pendltton. Ore. Both candidates were en route to Portland PHONE 1S99 I I

Jor''their debate Monday night on the question of outlawing the Communist party.int Paid Polltlcaid'erU..m..ntl. I ,

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