The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 20, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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Firing Of Castro I

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I City Civil Service Board FOR_ ROT&
f 7a proved the recommendations ap'-I L1'-

ing for the dismissal.of. Hector j -
Ca.tro and Frank Jolly a*.mc/ri-j '
hers of the Police Department at 1 1t j 4

t a HalL meeting: held today in City]!i I I. y ON POLICE SAY'I ':West well to' WillardVIM

I Castro and Frank Jolly:are now I (.\P. WirevhotulHERE'S. -. of the ; J
serving one year-sentences: given I ONLY ONE COMI'LAIN7LIECEl1'EI : *t ',1 dress .in which he said
r tlAr them by :Judge Thomas S- Caro THE SCENE as .G y. Thomas E.:Dewey of New Yoxlj and Harold E., Stassen ,meet inPortlindL. iI' 11 that l he wished to return'?)
of Criminal Court (following: I .Ore.. and.debate the question outlawing the Comlhlwist p rtr>.. Go.,.- .weT'(right). ) IN THREE; Guardsmen city after his retirement h AL
their conviction by a juryof entering -f stands before.the microphone)and argues that enactment of.laws to outlaw: Communism. is not At t l;l the Navy.
without breaking;.the dies .th.:rigbt'waytasombat. iu .Stassen (second from left) sits >t the table and listens.. He spoke first. I' DAYS; WOMAN FIRES. :| Mayor,A. MaiUand A.... a.a *
Club and removing six's.lQt'ma-. oiling 4or, new laws to deny Communism the blessings 'of Icgiiity." The two candidates for I I Strike Bound( I: member of the Rotary Club 1
chines. . f !Republican ckntial nomination engaged in hc debate in their, campaigns.. . for! 'Oregon's 12 ,AT I'OWIEU'. j l;and as an official: l rrpimnWix
Previously (She resignations,of nationalconvention., of the city presented CaC s.-- I
_.--....,'t., Wilson Jolly and. Frank Curry .rotes- .'iri .the. Republican , . .. ... .. r "This city after midntht; is' I Packing Plant .:dcrS with a small pedestal e*.' !,
convicted of a misdemeanor, in -- - --- --- -- '- '-- ------- ) I.ny which it is stated' he wa ..
ronnet-tion with Elks Club getting so quiet that shortly i iwell ........... ... i
.the 1 eo- 1 pointed an honorary mmifcu af
: slot machines'as members of the Man( .J Js Injured Arabs Claim Victory;;: . have to go out and start a ;; WATERIXX; Iowa May 20.- J Key<< West. I
police department had been accrptcd -": ; fightjust: to make er J As a result of the killing; last' "This gift actually a.talrli. I
wr....b..t.... by City. Manager Spald1 1 intercbling.j ."- !Ii night;: of a man who was picket- 'me'" said Capt Steers incepting't
i ling. : In Car Accident i So commented Chief of Police i ii inc an independent the pedestal. "I ...,.....- .
Tuna YEAR OLD RALPH J J The Civil Service Board .aisq: I I Jews Ask UN To Slop i! Joseph Kemo today in remarking:Ii { plant here. son national !c: ,,arH<. (er before been appuintti-a4| .h.(e*
SPARKY DIRKSCN (above) I Approved of the appointment .A Navy chfef: petty officer was j that the police had received not I It | men are patrolling the'streets in "'arary member"of MytMagt.
.*** iownd. cute .in a boarding ,n-f.Chat lea Tloig;' as a truck driver driving on.Flagler avenue at 11th I complaints from any citizen re\j'i the vicinitv of the plant By want to thank you moot iia*.nly. ,
.h.... .t .... A 7tUs. alter' tbOtf 1 in the City Scavenger. Depart-, street lind plunged through a cun- Bombing) Of Tel Aviv i garding prowlers nuisances,!I nightfall .it was a announrpd.. the I ." i
....... .. kL p....... "alpla and incnt, crete.:fcjnce..and: a pole. I noise o.:btrglaricsE ( j jj number of ptiardsmcn will be increased President.Edwin Trevor ..f ....
Approved of the transfer of Just then a sergeant at Police Rotary Club afco n'Minted. tltf
Dirk***. were d1IcoYer.ctIa The; ;injured man was Jack j j 'i to 1.000.
i Eugene Machin from -a laborer CONDEMN WANTON C1, Headquarters.handed the chief a other guests, Capt C. C. A4HL:
Naval chief machinist i !
( M .......tor behind their a l The Dirket William Farrell, .
in the Scavenger; ; Department to I had filed during USN. commander. Kr V>"t N.
[ complaint which
Robert H....... !male..;yhpsufered.a: ( cut on his that the I was' killed by Fred Lee Roberts.
r4t ak Arabs
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laborer in the Street Depart- con- }
'. chin and bruises: about the legAfter' -?. (JAN KILLINGS; IUt'rI51I { the temporary absence of the I ne m. who said he drew out a val Station; Comdr. Carl Tihaiina
their reald employe.$ wu mr'nt treat.ed.he returned trol the. north, the cast and the| head ot the police department USN. of the ,Submarine Beer:
arr..t.d let .la."ti .tioa.. Approved of the transfer of :being" . I E"VEJHOUr west actors in the Jerusalemarea j "No, .I guess I,was mistaken": ., I! revolver and shot' into' the air Joe Allen president ef the u.. ,
.. to.duty- i when crowd of rushed
.. -- Chrar Qucdado' from laborer in According to Patrolman Ga-, and were now attacking'the I{ Chief KemD said after; reading a men Club and Les Davis acttec ......
toward his automobile to wreckit.
the Street Department to laborer '.(Continued"On Page Five) IU COGNITIONc: southern sector. the complaint fMrs. Chas. Papy. = idpnt of th* Kiwi (.MI..
AI' IU 1.\1\" t;\ms. : in the Scavenger Department. : Egyptian planes bombed Tel j wife of, Lt. Pany of No. 3 Fire II IIt I A woman was wounded dur This is farewell to the city nfCapt
._ dt$4sI ,Il/r..rsses Approved of 11dayannual f'h Au..elnl.dLONDON ........ (Continued On Page Fie) I I (Con}\nued On Page Five) I inc: the shooting. Saunders and we -wanteil.
I' "" .... I -- _.. Fearing violence in an attemptto
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to Seeley Knpwles:: May -The Arabs ---- the presidents of the other ducts
WIN WITH WARREN ., ,. reizc Roberts he hac been ;
"I'J, I of'the're8'f"nat'ion "
Approved claimed victory on all fronts in 'h> be present. said r
:.1lf: : cit11f 5.p Jane Hopkins Wridrtrn,;from All-Florida Candidate! Palestine today, but Hagana remained : ,'" spirited' undisclosed away bv place authorities of safety to A Trevor. "1, wish to, .
t// Falbr I CI for'P1JL'ar GOVERNOR" silent about the fighting haJ"2e1 muter haS been lodged Capt"I Sunders.'r

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L1'1 GAR/VGE/ DOW>Il; -A a Jewish hospital and a univer- t the plant, with rocks jrtjd t attemptcd '
it Paint S lif.i r,I:* !>._* .i... ....... .,. LEVER. sity. V : I I to enter if'to seize i 73'men whrj
st r I Auto Repair Painting, Etict laH; An \\i-onu llue said You Want To Help Key West, ; rioting.were at worJa at the time-bf the i {r

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--- Rudy and Fenders/Pork. ; t *- LINDSEYMotor 1
strike aeiinst
Innt I 1'I: U. 1ItEM YAIU ......_ .... 'Ph r.r All (act FULLER WARREN : ing plants bccan en mralnackf March 16 i
Here's Y Chance
TELC7KOKC tl" \ , t.Public-Notice] : our, To Help It and! now, has I? 100.QOO men idle. I

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There is no Local Plum-
GRADYBURTON, ters Union but having Palace 1 TheaterRichard t Used Car Dealers '
4 rUN "TTOH\K;.' lierR.LPULL been extended the courtesy -' + in.l I
fur atiuh.1 Fur Saler -. ' Arlen and Andy| e
of other branches of
1911 DcSolo DOWN -- organized labor to workin FULLER WARREN says if he is elt-ctetf Governor, he will "IN W.n IF(1RNIA"l, 404 Duval Street .

Coupe LEVER.__......-..... of Fr'd.J.:9'AI' will harmony fully cooperate wish theme with I :remove the Tolls on the Overseas Highway Bridges! I i SHORTS and NEWS iI j Next to La Conchs Hotel j
]1911 I Ford Coupe those organizations who TELEPHONE 501 -
I"HO't: I" seek to maintain a decent
His intention is to have
Cxraitent Condition standard of working con- Elect I
TICKET OFFICE ditions and livelihood. In the Bonds on the Bridges taken over by the State Road Depart
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Monroe Motors i*. ALL AIRLINES r the event securing of a ment. 'The bonds are not callable till 1352. They can be liqui- 'US Dufrk Super|
a charter is successful I will Berlin A. Sawyer 2-Ton Green Seda.ett.
dated before them but interest must be paid on them lo that
"',."r friendly Ford Dealer! PRICE TOURS I immediately affiliate wish: Date. i '48 Chevrolet tlrrllUH..lrr
...._ . it. Meanwhile I will per- I SHERIFF i Door Sedan
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I form my obligations in a '
47 Studebaker
beneficial and construc- Tuesday, May 25lh: i
tive manner so necessarY Interest on thi bonds is Low. It can be paid out of Gasoline I PULL Commander Club Coup
to progress and continued Taxes totaling Millions of Dollars Yearly. And out of the DOWN -- =-- '47 Pontiac ttSdanttt

DAN IS THE MAN existence.A. Same Funds the Bonds can be Liquidated. I. LEVER I-A't .
G. Roberts, i fl'.hl 1i.llliTi'i\ It) a ) 47 Fritter Manliallaii\

(Paid iolltlrar. .\d"uth.emeDl) Licensed Master Plumber .,. ; 4.DOOI'Seda.
... The Overseas'Highway Bridges are the ONLY TOLL I I '47 Ford Super ncl) ."..
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r- I BRIDGES IN FLORIDA. Door Sedan (Choice of Two

t Announcing the Reopening of I BINGO 1 r '42 4-Door Cadillac Sedan 61


I GOVERNOR." FULLER WARREN SAYS.: Tomorrow. UO() P.M. Club Coupe
Catholic Youth Center i j Convertible Coup
DUVAL STREET J 4 New Tares and TubesuFral."rin8
Benefit Municipal Hospital
FOR ALL and the Hottest Cuban Music in Town it
*SEE and .HEAR Hector and His Singing Saxophone FULLER I 20 Game: Prizes Can QualityUsed
*CONTINUOUS MUSIC. 9:00 PJ4. to 2:00 A.M. WARRENI Only""No
Tickets $L50( Elicit :

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I Judge: ROSS trf! 1 I 1 Harry Harris

I I" (You Vote At Large)
Elect 1 WILLIAMS1CIRCUIT .el ft Strife! To Hate tMtniri'C t: ninlv (;;ire I psi COUNTYCOMMISSIONED

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GOVERNOR i TUESDAY. MAY 25th Than Arty Oilier (.'.utilityIn LEVER I

Pull Doun Lerer The Stale ExperiencedAfgrettire. Cuurage nu

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' VOTE for JOHN M.- SPOTTSWOOD' for SHERIFF-} Get: pin Be Sure To VOTE MAY 25th /

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I' Published Dally Except Santay. by Go\"ern'o rule Program- NOTICE V\DER FICTITIOtS I AN ORDINANCE MAKING IT Morrison ordered arrived tot .n **. f"pajs ..nn f" ceo .
-. I. P. ..T... Own.* a4r mbUsherXORXAX of Florida, 'as a during UNLAWFUL MANUFAC.TURE. t. ps.iosF' r...*_: t
D. ARTJtAW. B"' Xmmgn ...... ...... *....l oirC:8J1 HEREBT"TJ'VEl- that opened the crate-.and: found Mt "V| > on "as. si .
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their last in begin to lose : ... 4.u.. .m MrM tIPI.ta
From Tbs CHUen BalldJnc year qffice, I Il II the nftdernlgiied.' denirtnr te engage OWN. STORE. KEEP. one cat, but seven-. meth r CM MART t> -. ..
Ann Street V
Corner Greene and Weal and well In buiiBM under the fictitious POSSESS. SELL. RENT LEASE and six kitteni;" J' *r rrM **.***
. Only Dally Newapaper In Key their hold on cabinet members, as as name -Tnrop Anchor Rettaarant." %. F l Daytime>> pf Monroe County ; Summary LET. LEND GIVE AWAY USE >
r Marathon Florida. intend to register
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the public generally. The first break in I Slctd programs a* Slated bMW I nald flctltloun name with the OR OPERATE SLOT MACHINESOR of any of the provisions ot this .,..... .. h.r._.. HI.- V t. .?
L) i.r.d at Key Weat. Florida. aa aecond claaa matter I are the..m.time Me*. clerk of the rirmlt (....r* ..f Mon.rn J.of . M nMky .rB 'I.>-.i rr _
Municipal *.. ...
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Tallahassee under Caldwell came at a I day tftrevito Fritf,. .a..... totaltime. ('nunty.florkla.. SIMILAR DEVICES OPERATED ordinance : 4> ...... 4MFjii *t s- iri< -f > lT _
EMBRR OP TUB ASSOCIATED FRE9! I Fer central .*. .._| Paled May .. 1548.CAROLYN BY COIN OR OTHERWISE The City of Key West FtarMk. sat ._.' -.. Mar tVneea..d -1_
"... Associated Pre.. Is exclusively* entitled to meeting of the cabinet Wednesday.. fer ", ....Ui" svktract tw. fceur*. C. BR1OHAM.UKANK the am fefi-ni sr. ...a f.t.4 *...
.... for reproduction of all new. dispatches credited [ N. BRIGHASI.may.122027.154 ; DEFINING SUCH DEVICES after such notice to pet V... ....,.51. Rj,m.nrf n |....-. CC.ssty
to It or not otberwlm credited In this paper. and Heretofore Attorney General. Tom $. ; PROVIDING- THEIR convicted and any o4h alao the local newa published here. MAY 17 THROUGH MAT 21". t.....,. rte.r..... fc-r J"....! H tN*,
Watson,was the only member of the cabinet !- SEIZURE, AND DESTRUCTIONAND the said Municipal J..I... ... _.. .....1.......... r. be.
SIBSCRIPTlOor: RATES M raiN100.ltons7lfl000 F'rT1TIOJ1I'1 THE be of theopinion is .
tn.eo' NOTICE EOElt : PROVIDING FOR may ytiHed a
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On. Tear -.. LOG that was outspoken against CaldweU.I In N. T.- b4 V ; *TATtTE FORFEITURE OF MONEY AND to such notce, find as the....I *_ ..1.. ; ;. t.

wit ThY,Moftth. )Month'- -_ ,.75 I Watson's dissenting vote stood 'out by itself Breakfast f.J.I4.: '. _. NOTICE.. 18 UKREiir Ol\'ttoi that OTHER THINGS OF VALUE Municipal Judge may deem reasonable UW Fran t l-.t.-.
LOG till-BSmTsra FoHUs$ bs the nnder"iKne' I. deslrinK to engage .. .
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:UooklyHI' .%5 I with one or. two 'exceptions.But Ozark ValU. I-.foII""fI.1l1'! :::iiliY.4nft; #ftahT.\ ..,,fl-titio THEREIN: DESCRIBING PEN- shall issue to -1 WM* ."* T.-- =< ..f Mat* ,. __
V M.-OO: -Fr4 WafWir'Music $ -r. ALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF of Police of The City of K ......... srl) .ewr ... ......
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different >et, Kf YH'
things were For YOucbsMi YIC'I' Whit Str
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AUVCRTI! I!IO RATES written order adjudging .
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AND West
Story Drama-abe Flerlda, Intend to refflvter naldfktlttoos TIlE .ORDINANCE; .
Had Kaowa on Application I \ 4I'lnsc"
2- in considering a matter pertaining: to ..:' Ho r ei 1.r1ab.-cib-i' ( name ViU the Clerk .of. WHEN V ORDINANCE and declaring any uch .. __ I.r :.. ,V 'aIs .t

sric1ALoTlCE resolution V state forestry. Secretary of State R. A. Half Hoot tr i.Sertolfr-cbt / V:..tbl,.J F1Qr Jlrtflt 4. I C or oi J',)4or.e C'o. .. CQES ;INTO ; : t I machine, apparatus or device forfeited -
AH roadlnr notice cards of thanks Say It With >-mbe j F.Fnc.TC . :
: Chiefof ; -
such TUI1-il-.I .
Ilat"fa I Ut8. Commission : and directing ? .. aT ,.
etc will bechnred .IIi. V Belt enad Ity ,
ef notices,
reepect. obituary poem. the be approved 114X>-Arthur Codfrtf Show_bsBreakfa .. .
moved that .
of Is cent line.Notices Gray request P, .1JWSSBLE4: the same ws.atu'es. .DSUCSIL .s.eSIP .
fee nt the rats a from which tin: HoI1 ood'1-be: f I.. $ "r.mJnc .1 I of The City of TKy West. Police to destroy TIM ....* .T 10.isSosg.
\.i..Nu. I.for to entertainment bo derived aro by i cents a lino.Cltlmen against the governor's wishes, and Colin 1iJ -Ben Absaader Ibow' -o,ta/. e-e-tbatl3..1IU.1 r .J.i! Florida: with the exception of money. The It' V4li ....N ...,.... I WI STI.u .
forum and Invltos .- 11 Ml-Serials. S<( 5.rL-tbe :.,! l court shall) state the i-fltsrRu.. V
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an open It shall be unlawful order
motion. Section.
alt seconded the .
b ;;: of Issues and subjects of or English 11_ ,... .. .. VOARs
pnblte nnrrfT tOUR OF ?HdELE1BTH and the manner . .
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place .
time .
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; but It not publish anonymousintoJf0" It is to find the reason cinrriTOF :
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TrateKrt, = in which such property
12oo-We1co: -aba TilE STATR Of' FIXIRlIlAt IS (a) To manufacture. own. store V ......
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V for action. have it that Kate Smith Sp.aks-.mbs VIs and the said Chief oC
English's Reports
L A'D FOR MOMIOK ( OtTT.EI.VA keep. possess sell rent, lease destroyed v-Netaa MAW -I.I> '.. . e 44 .TT
It wi-: ttdO-Words aMt Haste, -fib* V r""IIrERT.r. : to
craduat'VEMEKTS FOR KEY WEST I he had expected to receive the governor'ssupport Dally Ban Concent-rats (- ,.. U-sM' let on shares,lend -or give away, police shall destroy of Inc i-isr; :. tame 01 .inr 1 online *.r rf II.s4.s'V.*.* ...., .
1OO-J.10, < Half Hoofwftb' *X. EVANS. transport or expose for sale or >:the presence
elation 4. ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN in the first primary, but by the 1:1 -Tae Happy Canf-robs V PlaInliff.a lease or to offer to sell, rent j said Municipal Court ........-."-

reservaUt-: M-: V time English got well under way in his 2.-W-Four Hour of BENJAMIN"; F. EVANS.Pefendanf.. nn'ORra:: lease let on shares, lend or giveaway Section 5. Thf ri' ht of property f.A. a.r.1.rut a .*gii'. _i

Ma7.27-' campaign he I learned that Caldwell was Queen for a Day-tnbs .. or permit the operation of. in and to any machine ap- I .. rv.* isi.... .49w-a
?A tall f"How Hotels and ApartmentsTtelephone' : tdt-Brkl. and 0"--" ORDER OF PtSl.lCATiOTO devce as defined in
Block Records-mbs to permit to be 'paratus or : : ::
Martin for
Beach-and Bathing Pavilion. .. backing McCarty.: : or any person ordinance andto I I"I teed i.' ***,-
$: -Do.b'e! or No.blllc-cb.. Benjamin F. Erann.Residenre placed or maintained or used or Section 2 of this t. tW Mil f*r I .-ore. f.....i ..*.,... V
diodes a Airports Land and Sea.rervc Fuller Warren, in' his campaign LAdlea Be Seated_be t'nknown. or building all money' and other thing of *.. .. the .!..."' ...ile, .* .m... . .,
in ,
u.Consolidation of- and f IS -Th* Slog.. Party.- bs Ton are. hereby' required to appear kept any room. space is declared not to &...ri .a.- JIM Sap.4 J.... t Vt
:J. County speeches is emphasizing that circum Paul Wbltenma he the Bill for niTorre filed .own J, leased or occupied by value therein. ..... onjf.. *... I IM .......Ift.. d"
: 0., \ CIty Governments. 4:00-Hint Rant QuU-cbs atralnst you in the above styled him -under his management or exist in any person. and the same .S..,. Ibe-eei" .l'l! i.. i.k.i> ... V t Vsm
If it is then as English is before' the 7th day of or
stance. true cause on or forfeited and such money' ftm.Na.
4:30-Wlaner Take AU- bs .. the-alle- slot machine or device shall be .. ..
4"UIelltmdhwfi Jane, A. I> 1848. otherwise control, any tsp .r.rn 5..
V I -. Fg ._. human like the rest of us, we don't blame TreaBi7 Band .tasg-abs gallons contained therein will betaken or any part thereof as here- or other things of value shall b? el. 1k-s I Sib .... .i W..".
-"- I:00Rbert0.." .LewtscbsKMdtr as confessed.DOSE forfeited to The City of Key West r----
;LCI. him in siding against Caldwell particularly Hour (wen! repeats i nr. AND ORDERED at KeyWest. inafter,defined; or deKvered f,1iWE.YwV.' KTliHl_ : .i
benefitthe 1&terbc and rubs Florida this ..tb-da", of )la).i (b) To make or to permit tobe Florida and shall be I -.. .... .,
. VS in a matter that is designed to 6:45-Lum and'Aboer_bl' ut, i A. D. 1548. V forthwith to the said Director of .'lost .1 a .... ..V, ip _r'
;7 BIONOCRAPH: 'question that I (CIRCriT COCBJ SEAL) made with any person any shall be placed by : .,......... .: .....-.
I public, as is the forestry Ross C Sawyer. agreement with reference to anyslot'machine Financeand I...... ) ,.." VV'
Folks discussed. I Clerk of Circuit Court or device"as t !ei- him in the Fine and ForfeHtw 1 I w-... ,. AIbVSOVAsemeesy
Dear : was V t CyHs Lofl4Wrth ) __ ... V
V 1V Ahti'e V- of West. *"ff
Key I
V I .. f ""Cltirk.Wllllar Defined porsuant to:Which Fund .,
: slot machine But Secretary Gray had po opponentin I V it 1 .! Ttrpvif j 'after _,,eVr i. I. "
1 never want ,to see a eastern Local Ti", .. F.f central ;v. .1 1Z'fff..1} ) : .. the user- thereof, PS a result of Florida. :

f along 'as I live," said one of the convicted the primary, and we must. assign his opposing subtract subtract; htmr hour,Some for. Mountain lecal eta. -Attorney mayC-l3-29-27,1? r ;. any element of change: or other I Section 6. Whoever vieiMea I II iTHR rHH'< trw.mwvr ... .. Si' ...U5

conscientious basis. dons change tiour. of rcUy t..ftt "j[ to him. provision of this ordianee M sr.i .. .. s..
men in the slot machine .case.That's Caldwell to a local schedules. Last minute, rpr*. outcome unpredictable I any fine Mt 01" TilE E$01 .rIt .......
by a
: himself that be Welhfound gram changes cann.t be-*nciut irrtB Cl.T,01RoF'THR' may :become" entitled1 to receive I shall be punished %I) YWN .,ttttr.: e.iI 'n. .
: should to However , ;
what every one say may E..t\.t'TH' I'IJJ.U "llIrt'rrOF allowance or I exceeding Two Hundred Fifty s-utrsl.
alone Watson V Used to I I THE !STIlE OF r'l.OHIIH. IAMi \ anv money credit In the ,.. sisosJAMI
would himself was
: and that determination put as receive Dollars or by
THURSDAY. MAY 3l> FOR MONHOK Cot 'T1.I thing of value or to any : H ..A.It.
.. of business. finding himself alone in cabinet voting. I I, 1% 'H.t\%('.:R1"'. blue token or memorandum -! City Jail not exceeding flxty I '." ,,,,,
: the one-armed bandits out !,..1.. Case A.. Il3Si check 5. .,....
For that reason Caldwell after all :00--\ws Report. 15 MIn.-nb*' JOSEPH M. UXOOVlA f ; entitling'the holder to re days. f... .".... .I.'HI.
-: THE ORACLE. Newscast I- very Day-cbs 4 V PlAintiff.VJt. ceive money credit. allowance I Section 7. This ordinance shallgo I ....,..... ...'
I any
may be shorn of much of his influence in Network- Silent Hour-abc-east IJIVOHTKUCBA of value. into effect immediately upon I .NDF 0.Y P1 ..." ITIOt
:Kiddie Hour r.peaUbe.w' BEREZINA RAO )VIS, or thing 'PO'
,, pulling for McCarty. That is the way it Network- Silent (1 br.)-tnbs-east nefendant. Section 2. Anv rr->chine or device I its passage and adoption and authentication AibM 1In.: ... .II.....
Kiddies Hour machine ,
COSTS MONEY looks but we won't know definitelyuntil is a slot or I .I N.-w.wsd 4.0...
; "ECONOMY" now, :15-Sports:' Music Time nbe- : VV the presiding officer and the IS.
You and Propaganda-cbs Liuba Berezina RaKovIn; within the provisions of this ordi- I T.. are 0.ebi requle.S .
the ballots are counted in the gubernatorial V of the Commission and publication ,I I . .. .., ...
t I It : I::30-Chicago Orchestra-cb: -tart- care of Ella Zabel.ll .. nance if it is one that is adaptedfor Clerk .e t. .a.- Nell .r -na1)horr.
I ,.i East 5th St- thereof time in a : . 50 t" sko,. .. t ,.,. aea .....
Lum Abner
t : In 1947 Congress, dominated byI race.Education. V and repeat-cbs-west.- Brooklyn. New York. use in such a way that. as a one I -...- ... f... ...> r 1. ..
'.45-Newwast by Three-nbo of general eirculatwB. ... .. ...... .. .
_You are hereby required to appear result of the insertion of any newspaper A. *tk > -.M..II Mtk
: representatives slashed LoweU Tbomaa (repeat 11)-cbs i .. .... .. ...,.....
economy-mlnded to the Bill for I>ivorce filed published in The City of Key I r fcl WHIMMflf II.I. s .
. asset but it is not 7OO-.Supper Club-nbo-basta acralnst, you In the above styled piece of money or coin or other ThOu ....... .. I.. I.. p... .....,.
is a great The Beulab Show-cbs device is West Florida. ... ... .
the appropriation of the Bureau of Internal : News and Commentary-ab* allegations font reading -i'i .... tte-.. .. .
exclusively confined to the acquisition of Fulton Lewis, Jr.-rabs June. A. ,D. 1)48. otherwise the caused to operate or may be operated Read and passed on IS a. V1ut.bIISO.d -

: Revenue by $20,000,000.V intelligence.A' and CommentnboJack taken as contained confessed.IiONK .therein will be and by reason of any element at a regular meeting heW .. Key \r. 'ir '0- ' f

: The Bureau, as the reader know, is Smith and bong-cbDaljy AND ORDERED at Key of chance or of other out- May 4, 1948. I, AIr f' .4tl>KMI'I. '. ...
Cornmentsry-abe West. Florida this 5th day. of Iay. final reading .., .1 JIa,. A I' ,l'i-
and passed on .
sews;.Dlnnar Datba. ._... .. tar r 'I'fStCIRCCIT:*""-'* V. come of such operation unpredictable Read ......Lt'
: charged with collecting income, and corporation pink elephant, a green rat and a yel- 7:30-- Rolllnl Trio-nbc COURT SEAL) by him the user may receive at a regular meeting ... Re ran.*-r
V Bob CrosbY Qlub-cb. $' Ross i We .. in .,. ,, I' _,
C Sawyer. .1' *
: taxes.. It maintains i astaff of Jow'snake: walked into a bar. "You're a little Henry 11'.rgan-.bc-east*| V; . (iClerk Lot Circuit CourL _or become entitled to re- May 18, 1948. M.mrm* ,...?.! rHr t ..
'" rnild'a' World-a.t.c-WeH.111 I f.Ai'e! 4t..lnWortll! ceive1' any piece of money, credit. V A. MAITLAND ADAMS. F--... ...... -
: trained.. investigators for the purpose of early, boys, 'said tie bartender. "Heain't To Be Anauuufed-bs f. ,I .;r1"t II i i.1.' vp&ty' Ci rk. allowance or thing of. value!!, or Attest: May.r.IVICTOR i .... V 4
VV 7:45-Hark Comment-ab 'ij. William V Alhury. ies.i AMMI H. f"-.r 4'
f checking lax returns and. compelling reluctant here yeti"PROPOSES Ki Morrow' News-cbs Attorney for Plaintiff. any check slug, token or mem- LOWE, I ............. (i.e .......
: : .. iffr.
Sports Comment-mbs '- -- City Clerk. _. .. . 4 ...
t .........._ i'A.\rA.:1.\:: oranaunv wneiner 01. vaiue or .may2Mt( V J. "
8.00-Henry 'Aiarlch!a' Family\ -iToo ... "
C and taxdodging, persons.and cor- AIR CARGO'FLEET FBI. In Peace & Wa.-cba f V i i >, ... I' otherwise. winch may bs' ex-

: p 6rattrm to pay their income taxes. . tilery Front Pace QUMB--be-east abc-weat: ." .I\-:Tilt..:\Kvrii rtlU'flT I Ji )CO i("ii.!'RT. (jtlF.THE loll ITI. Arhapged! for any money credit, : f ..

V JI \...,.... 1:30 Bums *,.At! nbt* j } OF THK STaTS OK4UiUUA.. 'alVawaofsUor.Jihing of xplu or 1-
. VV Naturally, there was large hecus.-ofrpproval From WashfegtbyirorneH news thatTtepresentativeCarl Kllery Mr. Keen Queen-abc-east Drma-5 ."V ,t ?.. ,I' '*. IN lM('Iij4Etl.,-*(,l >M;,HUK < OITt.>-
for the 'Sorrte of: I it ., r\:.. ll-SST 4t4 usf'rm'JAy secure additional
"econorny.1'!} !. ? : Hinshaw, of California Henry MorcaoT-abc-west <
Backua Talent Haul 2kS f i t ANNE D.lS.K.ti'l.N. .* chances or rights to use

came from those -who were, interested. V''in co-chairman of the Congressional:; Aviation 1:5S-FI.. .'lIlnut.. News-cb* < | p I 1 i i Plainlitf. ,. cRftie.\ aopa/atas: or such-ma-I .

limiting the investigations that.'co ld -be Policy Board, will introduce' legislation .00 Billy-Musk Rose: Han.Comment Al Jolsoo-mbs-nbfc., .I vs.! iJiWEM f' l KAf-I>efenHant.nllllKIll -"' N.., V IhoUgh\ it maY, in 2' Take Ycur Choice,

made into incamjtareturns7Littlt 'b'fit: to enabl this country to develop its flick Ilayme Variety-cbs ".. OH PI III.ICATIO>; element of! chance or u pred.ict'l
J Willie Piper Skit-abe outcome of such operation.,
I IMnrristLoWell able
TO. .
! came from those.who; try to pay their legal "first giant peace-time air transport and 1:1J-Xe..a Gabriel Heatter Broadcast, Comment-rubS, -V mbs Kaplan. V alsrt sell deliver present some I Neighbor I
Kail .
SIth lre"l.v.i.r."rj.
taxes and hope that all others will do, or be I If cargo fleet to use in the event of war." 9.30-Jack Carson 4t Eve-obo I Ill.. N. Y. merchandise indication of weight

Time Photographer ; .. : >y required.. to appear entertainment or other thing of t.n... ... .. ...,.,.
h. write
made to do the same. While the legislation proposed by the Candid Microphone: -labc-caatv..... ,! .... he-HHr- tr'vmptaint fnv The .I.IM- ear -Aaf e ,
f Front PKe- bc-west filed. airainst >on in I he ... value. Woman's Colnmn in the ClmrU Yes d.ti' Los... .er..etsVr-aafMT
President! Truman, scored the reduction Californian is probably desirable it wouldbe Andy Russell Review-mil. I .. the arrest 01tnV'
titled r-abe on the 21st day ..tliyorr.-I I Section 3. Upon under the sane .f "Xanej Gale" Musi y.. <.... to sect Wir
t:4S-Movie nack'&rOund-mb. __ .2 A. T>. Itf" otherwise' the ; with the violation
made in the Bureau's funds saying a mistake for the people of this countryto V : person charged -'
t 10.00-Bob Hawk Quiz-:nb of said Kill Will" he taken of get"letters aboat reclpes.adke.a ...... it's .*.. MnrltsM to M

! that the $20,000,000 "saved" would cost conclude that an aerial cargo fleet can Magazine Theater-cbs V r fessed.TI.N. n.1 I of any of the: provisions etiquette, home tanajrewemt. etc. guests ka.. a efcwr ."
the 15th of May A.
CbIM1 World-abc-east day this ordinance the arresting oo-

I the government at least $400,000,000 in I do more than provide a fraction of the Candid Family Microphone Theater-mbs-abc-wcst 1548.4CIIICI1T!. COPRT. I'\I.) lice officer shall take into his I One letter she got lt week was From whin. I .... that npis

lost revenue. transportation needs of any war in which 10.3O-Eddie! Cantor Show-nbo Ross C sawyer. custody any such machine. apparatus -' about a recipe she published f. soower ....... w .... I:.... tbe*

First Nlshter< Hay-cbs Clerk of the Circuit Conrt, or device. :and its contents Welsh Rarebit-made with tart Welsh ......... In a w rt4 *......
;p In the bill almost overlooked was a this country is likely to be engaged.We To Be Announced-abc By ,..d.) Florence 1-:. Sawyer.r .
I Chief of Police of I ..... .... has .
L>ance Music-mbs c and the cheese, Worees nhir., and a NIl .jist Isalot oat

, : provision for the appointment of an in- think an adequate air cargo fleetis 10.45-Earl Godwin Talk-abo Julius F. Stone... Jr. The City of Key West,. Florida at i of sparkling tangy beer. "Turned .....-.. .1-I r.r. .e t......
Solicitor for Plaintiff.
ir I J I vestigating committee to check up and see necessary to give the Air Force the necessary 11:00>-News>. Variety.Jc Variety Dance 2 brs 2 .hrs.-nbeew -cbs may211- ;jun-: J..Jtfjj. the place of seizure, shall make I out great"says her corresponded .V.resoso .... eses.. des) ..

j what the Bureau really needed to keep tab speed for limited operations, and News and Dance Cand-abeNews. a' complete and correct list; and "Bat you didn't mention what beverage rfefct ./ ew. M .. saposs:
'I Dane Band 2 hrs.-mbs IN TIlE' .111.1' mi HT HF7 THE inventory of all such things so
( j': on the reluctant taxpayers. This commiti also to enable it to act quickly in an emer- 12GG-Danclnc ContiDue4abewedLEGALS ..'..a F.NTII JIIlHItl. (-flRfllTI I taken into his custody and deliver to serve wills it. Should I
I I -' Tilt StATE; <>.' FIOHIIt%. acne beer? Cider? Iced tea?" '
( j i { tee, it should be observed, was appointed gency. However the proponents of the --- l\ A\: O..O.t0'. no }441T1.; to the parson from whom 8<< cw(
IN; <'IIIN4F.IM.e The nbius answer was alunlf.
{ : by Congress not by the President. Its re- "giant peace-time fleet" should not make : I N.. 1I-3H4 !such article or articles may havebeen
of the list
LEO DAVID.PATTKRSON. seized a true copy

V : y' j port declares that the Bureau should 'have the mistake of over-selling the public on I.,; THK duCt IT f'OI'RT OP THRRLfr. !, ,V .V O. 4. V P V ""tjn'oRn: -of'all such articles. Upon making c. ...... $...IJ_s..... bus" }...-.........

} J been given $250,000.000 instead !of the the possible: accomplishments of such a .% I1il 1"-'U. ('IRIir HELEN: .ntc1jTGER:; ; such a seizure the Chief of _ _ V V - .
OP THK !''IT. TROK .'..0Rln.*. |'\ and without
; .: $188,000,000 appropriated and asserted' fleet. I .*M) FOil MO Ml OK f'O"'T' lATTER5tNDefendant.. Police shall forthwith A
I IN 4-IIA"CKUV.f : :. ._MIKHt 4/M'V T.8.. delay. deliver-ach and every
t V I j V that the reduction of the enforcement staff It should be noted, also that the bill aoe >.. 1I-97H TO: \ i item.of things taken into his custody -

, by 6,307 workers resulted in decided loss MERIUT. UAVIS. 'V Helen. Argetxineer, Patterson V .. of the Municipal STRUNK Lumber Yard
i a would authorize the to spon- PI Jntlrr.VII. . io SIra R. ". Argetsinger. to the Clerk
: S i of revenue. fleet and V r OI*ORCKLTNniA ale KIT*"rsffti Street, ' I Court of The City of Key
i sor the building of auxiliary CORRINE PAVIS.Defenilant. i Fairmont. \\,1 Virginia.V with the

.11 _____ _____ ____ allocate funds the The Government I You are Hereby required appear West Florida together Phone 816SPECIAL
for purpose. ORDER OP l-rBIIrTIOV: I to the Hill .OimpUint for nlv"er original list and inventory so

t | j "TOO MUCH, TOO SOON" according to Mr. Hinshaw; would TO: I.yndla Cnrrlne- Havta. : ,: the the above 3IM day styled of cause. A.on M.or l$before 4t.- I made by said Chief of Police at

i i _____ __ I start mcderately and finance the design- Onffln OeorKia.; otherwise the allegations I therein I the time and place of such seizUre -
von are herrb required to will he taken as confessed ths
and such delivery
I : :
1 There is general agreement that a ing and building of prototype models from pear to the Bill for "iv..r a"-I 1 This Order. .. is tn be published. .. once ; shall upon said list and
agalntou in the above ) a week for four coneecutive weeks' Clerk verify
1 I strong; air force would be necessary insurance which commercial planes can be built. causw on nr before the Tth. day of I In The Key \\-eM Citizen a newspaper inventory and mark each item for 8 ONLY
: ( June. A. I>. 194*. r.thcrwi.-e the allegations I published in Key Wesf. }Flori
1 against aggression but considerable These he says "would be sold to commer- ; contained therein will, I.etaken da. identification and make a complete WOOD MEDICINE CABINETS
11: at .-onfea.pd. V I I) and Ordered this 2Mh day of and correct list and inventory -
doubt whether Congress:;, in disregarding for ORDEKKD .. I 1 .
cial airlines and cargo companies private IN INK ASH at KeytVent. April. A. I) 1S4S of the things delivered to ( Sold for
I this 5th of Ross SUM)
Florida flay May c Saw yer.
: : the joint Chiefs of Staff and embarking use" but designed so they could be I A. I 1'411. Clerk .f'the Circuit Court. him by the said Chief of Police, To
I : ; on the large extention of the aircraft in- converted to military use almost imme- (CIRel'IT cOrny floe C SEAL Sawyer.Clerk ) Monroe By:.. Kathleen Connty... Floritla.nttag... in duplicate duly certified by Out at$3.00EACH

of Circuit Court. Deputy Clerk him officially and deliver tone
:JI: dustry not acted unwisely.
V diately. By: Anne C Lonfcworth. (SEAL:; ) copy thereof to the said Chief of

: ; In this election year, there are, no The question is the advisability of the Enrique ioinaMo. Jr Deputy. Clerk..1 J.Solicitor T. Porter for Plaintiff IV. Police and deposit one copy in

doubt Attorney for Plaintiff.mayt.13.D.71940.. apr23.mayI3: : \ some members anxious to' avoid a I Government's financing the program and proper safety

I vote on Selective Service and Universal commercial I V THE CIRCUIT COLE OF The said Clerk of the Municipal I
then turning over the planes to
: : i I F.I.K\F.NTH 'UICI4I. ( TIIF.I Court shall keep and preserve all 1x4 Long Leaf Yellow Pine Flooring

J Military Training. These measures are, I operators unless there is a contract with XOTIfK"'K"OF; A..I..r.ITBTIOTO *TIO'> OF THE 1TATK OF . )' things so delivered to him and

4 : : i in the opinion of Defense Secretary For- the companies permitting the Governmentto FOR(Probate....'.*L Law I>|S..I IIROK JJ)* A Nil FOR t VIONHOK. IN; fHNCrRT.Plaintiff.1OtT1. I have the same forthcoming at No.3 GradeCompart

11: restal. the ICOIIIT OF THK rot.YTVJIUt.K. : Vane' .. It-375 any investigation prosecution or ( This With Otter ..
t I necessary to security of toe na- take over the planes at a reasonablecost. MONHOK rOt. NT *. '.UI o"1 5ftj: -'" other proceedings incident to the Hi.. .. OcosVrtPAGE '

: I tion but may be overlooked in the ready Otherwise the nation will,, repeat the STATE OF FLORID4. vs."' lltORCEljT.mVV charges: of violation of any of the
i PHOIUTi: : .
I acceptance of the theory that an air forcei experience it had with shipping.As PAULINE In re the. Kxtate. of V V *"" **" L.V7jt.iSe3yr.TTI t T ?ndan-;: Vt provisions of'this ordinance $75.00N.

f. i : alone is adequate protection. everybody knows the Government"ed. V OROE : of rrni.irTio Section 4. Upon conviction of
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN; TO: i t . the person arrested for violation _
I J' As we understand it, the plan of our attempted to subsidize the building of mer- Notice in hereby? rijren that Pan- I -Hetty Iouile-. :)Mudd
line Teresa'Hwl n 1 : military leaders was to increaseair chant ships with the idea that the vessels Vecchione ban filed her report *. tM.urpark. -) ccPort" 1x6 Novelty Siding-Yellow e
f ; as Administratrix cum tentamento "", ...".. Virginia." J For Better Plumbing
force to sixty-six groups largely by with- could be taken over for wartime emer- annexo of the estate of Paulino M You are thereby rruJre.J. to>,appear -
drawing B-29s from Phelan. deceased: that she ban filed to thy Kill for Divorce' filed EVERETT HIGCS (Suitable for Ca,.,. *r S..*M RKrio.
storage and submitting gencies. This was done but our. present her petition for final di"c-barg., and afralcat; you ih the above styled Master Plumber 3 Grade
I : them to modification. that", III apply to the Honorable cause on or before the 7th day ofJun.
some There would information is that many ships were taken Raymond R. ord.. County Judge of .. A. n. lUll oherwlse the alle-

: be a much slower shift to jet-propelled excessive valuation ;Monroe County. Florida. on the 31nt June A. n.' 154*. otherwise the allegations .. H. & H. Plumbing Co.
I over at an when compared lay of May. 114*. for approval ofMime contained therein will betaken $75.00N.STRUNK
V : planes and aircraft-plant expansion. and for final dlM-haree an as con f ".......
There with the original cost.
Administratrix cum testamentv an- ( .OSIASfI ORDERED at Key 1401 Fourth Street
: i* danger of course, that if we build up our Consequently, we think adequate nexo of the estate of I'auJme M. West," Florida this ith day of Stay.A. _
Phelan. deceased, on this 23th day I) 151t. . Phone. .
r'- : : air force too quickly that we will have a safeguards should be placed in the bill to of April. 154$. (CIRCCIT"COURT SEAL) TUBA PURIE
Pauline Teresa phetan.Adminitratnx Ross C Sawyer.
; ; number of obsolete planes a few years. protect the Treasury of the United States i eta. of the Clerk of Circuit Court.By 1350-J C6S-J LUMBER YARD
eotate of Pauline M. Pbelan. : (*d) Anne C_ Ixngworth
J : J "Too much,.too soon" may be as bad against the time when owners might seek I T. Porter deceased.J. I Deputy Clerk. Estimates Freely Given
IV. Jr.
Enrique RMjninaldo.
: < a defense policy as 'too little:too late." exorbitant prices for their planes. Attorney for AdministratrixaprI I I Attorney for Plaintiff Installation . Repairs I Blxne 816

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Moreno WPA
eu Prvtaor. told the Rotarians area 1 199 : .' : 199Kl

3U .s.t."their. ort luncheon of fungal today is destroyIng that-: anil.Fleming Sis. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTSDELIVERV . .y' VP*t; Florida :

many palms in Key West. '
The matter has been brought to 1 -: a: SE2vlCri :,
the attention of the State Plant

arb w Board. rnd which men has here been to determine requested,i o GRADUATIONHEADOUARTERS .:

what action to be taken to destroy -
the fungus.
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n The newly organized Key o .,....
Uo.. Club, with II. E. .. :- .
w ..... Day as To- .. : .v.GIFTS
fcf l .nt. held a meeting last .; .. .
'". night in the 0 .- . '
t... Stone Church anTies. -.I /-s- k r p. JJai. ,","." l. .'. .... for HER

fee oW Charles Taylor president of-I A ; .' .;. ? :t ,,, '. <. ..;.i. anil

the Rotary Club said today that .. ( t4" ,.. '_** for 11LM'FDR
difi h* had been advised by Senator

Charles O. Andrews f'nlnftnI'shortly that UnitedStates i \ ,-' 4 .. . -; ;?d; ': ); .
4b army 0
will make a survey of the Inland "L '. ...'OI( .... < -.. .: .
.. w Ur route between Bahia Hon. >" : '
,fU and Key West. fl :.. 'L ':
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Today the last day for absentee ... .. .' ., ..
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voting. Thus far 95 ballots .. '" .. ' (
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been cast. 1 .. ;; k .
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Key West Boy and Girl Scouts I
.H will father in Jackson Square : :,
tomorrow morning for the pur- 'th"F A lIt SEX .t. iGuts ;

pn*. bf beginning a clean-up 1, < .....'SO- . :,
campaign. Ten blasts from the .
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3s Columbia Laundry whistle, at I . 1. :
t.ii clock will be the signal It. i
3a that toilLDelight;Her : :
to begin work. ) "
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A proponed ordinance that| ;<::::.: -. .. '. 0 y :. ..
would regulate the handling and :
ale of milk was discussed last |I ,,;; :.,' C6TY .YARDLEY' .#
nitht at a meeting of city coun : 'f. .p .
a cil. The discussion became' so I .Gorgeous TrlllGIFlSETS
.Itivulved the council decided to
11t drier further action. .
>tr. and tAn. Oenjamin Ro- .
t. betts left titu morning for Miami : I'alnlctlMUSIC4L
for a stay of a few days. / Priced from Pon-iTor Rouge LJnfelfrk rot) .

tditutial Today paragraph The Citizen: lays in an I 5300 . .. 5625.- f t. 5 00 ,

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"The tattful husband remem- : .
Len bis wife's birthday but for- I ..- .;
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Reyisr .lataow TODAY'SANMVKRSAHIKS Aaaarka I In '.; Jewelite B R U S if SET'bv Pro=-lac-tic$3 oo to '00ManicureTSets

*-*If' ,", Clrard famed !I . .
HUladrtphta merchant patrbl.1'iAaftrift TEWFT "- .I_) '\'ilbia: r.
of the War .* 1112, '
fcklUfttHrop4. born in France* j "" !:i' *: : >;. ... < COLOGNN ,- i. '
t..... Dec X*. 131. iUO -i-1 .
_Dully .r. nt. MaUuon.t I Ine , __ , _, y. _' '_' CLO.CK' o'-
., th. mcwt popular -firstladies' '] ATOMIZERS ; .
In America's history, born j CUTEX : L. .. ..-.' . .
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fat UuiUard C. Died in Bcatiiifnl'Leatlier Case Fin
County N. > : in Crv.taV or Gold Plalc .
1Ob July IX. I..t.IIUAnioanrlw. Leather Travel Case (Choice Jf Colors). 'PRICED FROM '

.. UnHarUn L.clergyman.tamed B. black.H. -. 8330 to' :.Si350' $695 ?' '825 .

a**Ht ooi t. tetitperanre .
and suffrage worker of her. day. I
..... In Monroe COL. N. \. Died !
N". a. IWIIHJ .
-AHtt A. P pe. who'in. OJ
.,......... btcyclr manufat.taringin RUBENSTEIN. : EVERSHARP
Amerk.. a ptaneer auto maker.< KIMBERLEY
twrr .n l .... Died there. Aus.1C : FitiedCosthetici3y

lal11ft.IMW ..,,",. whn fled 1 I Pocket PENFashion' Fashion Razor
*- ....... b torrarr.. famed in-1 I CASE STREUILJlEHUTJ.
....... .. the microphone in U77.originally ; in 5
fl urhi.h WM to perfect I I JreekF.nlt>r99 Colors White Enamel. cr Gold Finish
Hw tttrphone. perfrrtor of the I *
Naw1 |ihnnnaraph.eminent ritlZf'n.I I. fJ'750 $750 S395I
) bnra in Oetmany Die Aug. 3.llawthuntr I _
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11I1-Methn AlpAansaR:+se

Uthrwp' betwrdwMker I A Selection I S OTSMAN .
amotK cancer incurables.y of TOILETRIES for the Male htIYFILL

..Hi.,.l MM of famed Na'h.n.I I .. SEAFORTH '
ir. Uawth sne. been at Lenox.alaas. A .
,I Dml July. t. ItS
-- in I .f (;;/ for IIIM . Ill SI'RATUSI.I. I'i-e. Clash
t The ..Mm''ev ol .uld deaths M IITY
Ut. rwfitrv hat duubltdICl. sine !
Electric Razor CATERA'
& p.rI alft. -

9 1n ltrnlingtott or Schick With Built-In Reflector BILLFOLDS.
"8W at 40,SO,601" PRICED mOM and 4 Flash Bulbs PRICED FROM81'SO
MM Ye 're Crazy $1495 -

I l. ._....i.,......_t.-M TM 'rw _i_ S250
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L COMET A L E 17 I T For. Ptotornlihe"rs
I Se-'aee ILL : RICIIL Y RO t11Di
ta AM ,) HUGHES -
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It.... .. (.lu.M I .\, tahlc FOl'usillJ In Genuine Leather

said uNtta.Ittriplal, T i a.t.. "... wet : -
...t hr'SSr. "'-- 8698 $500 5350RONSON
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'ls and CORD TAPES 1;{ LIGHTERS' : ', .p .1::.'RS E_ T S BRUSH)Ion I3riale.l SETS

II A.r lour
Matelt Lay c.Ior Schemell I $500'
41, '.. IHf"rHM' in Price s650uJ 8400

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;{'f.1;' I "r3. HAUHteo'itoLIDAY1:11: : cLAssIrlW"AIutormatlu ;

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.:. Chapter 29 | expo,., him. Ifr Johanson and volver was in his han ." rig* auc.rAca ors ...:: rwaartady m!tti t.tT ** 9 ,
flee' _-not know of itJ Luki" he said "the game is up.- 1 ..... . .. ...
T was ten of ten by the radium the'pp .rtl nat. ...*. that ...* ea. < rtia r *ntk (
*| "Yes sar. 'You mean this is a Vince got to his feet. Behind | wilt b* U*.rt4 1* ""a. ('.,...* rZ" =: ..., ..... ..... *< -.-.
hands of Vince Bonnay's service ,trap to catch- tie criminal* him Charles Lukilano was' holding rat* ttt 2e a weed for aril f I '
watch. -Kractly." He shot Luki a conspiratorial his hand over an ugly shoul- j :rtioa. bat the BlIftiBMai <*ftb ps SAM.** MaJaV4.a j

The 'shrubbery surrounding ajnil.:. "Mr. Johanson der wound. His eyes were dark. The. first rate for 1& w Mark.e
.' Kalanii. made pitted 'shadows, beHcTes thaw collectedt04..II defiant and sullen. Using ha 1 weed tad tb. n....... c"' .. ask Iw lP. '
'. 4. ,, a ,tellJts'something. Bt handkeechief-Johanson picked up the tint It w... Is .... .eAU 1
forming inky barriers against the going to send.: them into a handwriting the knife-still lying in the path o
- ,, 'walls and the' outlineof'theun-: expftt' tomorrow but : "You seem. to have: been rather

" ." rompleted'pooL Against them the meanwhile tm keeping then* safe good. at this sort of thing Luki ar.rtl.lac la a*****.* ...... .. ...' .
- ;. restless silhouettes' pines and l ritht here" Be vetted the pocketof A'wry smile twisted the, Island .Ttnt .f .rrvr la a4v.rtMa.. ......... w = ,... .,,-- .,
t- madroaas swayed' i* the. chill his tweed suit :. er's fall lips. r..i>.i>*.M.. ..Iy fee ta* OralDtavtar ......... III = J: ........._-. .I.
sr. far > st+aaa .4 ,
I. wind. ." -la retrospect the plan.seemed r "' who killed'Mr. T** tela -IF aer.a etfae .... --- .r
,. With each step that 'took ;him tepid .even' ngerous, but per- Mannleyk I eh L ki?" Johanson part, of tile adeertasetreat .
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further from the. house the hap.. .,. .. I demanded. ,- . - - - ss
prickling sensation on the back ef R "_ The irises of Lukfs eyes seemed. j Fslt.ess
;. his .neck increased uatil he felt THE night Was'silent"now'. The to dilate with bitterness. 1 HELP W.urrEDMU.E |
that each nerve stood out from .honse entrance faced "Yes,. I killed kim. He sinned. !
;:' his body individually. like' a directly' ee that'weird narrow against the Ltixilanos. Our' family - WANTED I\. IJ. new tIn-bfar.-
snail's antenna. v extension of land that Julia called was one of the noblest,* tike A? settled man for heat reins taps. an.e ....... "4.. ,
Acting as bait for a murderer the DevlTs Walk. One misstep on purest racial strains in the 'Hawaiian work. If ,-ou're iMere.ts.! awl ...' ... /As Ttie i I .
.. was an unpleasant feeling he ad- the.winding'path meant ,a fifty Islands. We are direct de-. to work towards a savcessful iMiisal ........ .' i ,.
mitted. . foot fall to' the water below and cendants of the first king.- MrMannley .. Tract eMX I St ...sne lit
Johanson was lw 7tl-tiref
1' Li waiting in the buses near.the 'rooks-'"tfttt rose from the line. Box 715 in own k.wiwsitl. I I drg.-
little summer house andVince Last Thursday I received, a including a recent piiotrsneM. I i
called softly. The raucous 'croakof Suddenly' yince' stood up . letter from my sister. She told ....I: NIl 8BTBOOMI
a tree toad was. his only .re- Someone. was'.coming alone the me what I had never known-- I '
His muscles tightenedwith pathI that Mr Mannley was the father I
sponse. whitt'servant's Leilani.The ) is 'HELP 'WANTED f& ALE 1 Ii_ ktmtssvhsLm. ,'\
apprehension, Where was .O YerhIg Jacket of her child fir ; In.I'
detective? Had something LUSI'lhad ,donned.,an old khaki seventeen now. She ha a wonderful .. .l.M .Is w selt
gone. wrong with the plan?' "001 Coat:"Thai, combined with singing voice. Mysister Waitress wanted. Ps... flit I .. ...... c,.... ...
'It had been Vince's idea. The hiS....,':v.h'' ,mahogany skin made said that the music teaches-. Stock bd. '
had wanted to make him'almostindistifiguishaole.. Honolulu have told her that Li= I I
Investigator __yll-aa Angled ....... $0 : ,
an arrest immediately .but Vince ..'"LukirvVince exclaimed,"Whatare lani should come to the mainland -
had vetoed the idea. : you'4 oing-'b re-!". to study. But it is very ex>- I t "... -4qs t.--r4
.. tf" thought might need as- pensivemy sister has not 'the Position I ....
.. .TYoull get nothing. that way; you '. ... available far ssteskr
this little trick may .force him sistancesar.L'He' passed Vince money.: Must be typist ad auv.pend-
t ouL. add._'went; ;*inside, the summerhouse Luki's voice died as; though ."" ..y..
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I will what he had jut said visa. !.suf- ent. Collins, 506 Dw+ai ..
-.lAD right.ifs hide"Johanson ,! wait'hece.with you
I had finally.your agreed- **r<". ' s " ficJent reaioh": for his. succeed rg ..... ... ......... s.-,

,Vince. ,went over :the scheme "Thanks.*** "VUjceitook' up;his actions.But V Vohanso, ;ordered... .....
i i again in his own mindHe of .', stand in tiie "eettrance and wa 1ed. hips. on harshly t. x Ladies, spare orfwH Mm*, ...... 1''... w 1M1- wt....' '
: had asked Loki to'bjs'room eigatetit nisi hinds .light a Any. .siyter: says that Drt'PaP- I .$1.25.per hour. Write T.G. *i $1,... .l1M i.. ;UI -.
.' and Mrs. Donovan witnessed
'and handed him five envelopes.ou ; it. annoyed,him to ra r
.= 7 wouldI Jthat';'his '.palms:; glistened with Leilani's birth. She asked me\0 ., Citizen. ,ayliatZOA'
Jtt .t"..ill: 'f Hift hio t wd: 'Kissl. iweat'-Jiehad. turnad his 'class plead with Mr.'Mannley- for the
::1l Sophifiand Mr. Mannley as.much iruig'iawa:a>_::;that the' polished money. She said when she went : ,, SALE-USED CABS II I FOR _;
.'I ;lay the potyc 40; Un'trth a\ soT: cirnehaBL served." a tiny to him personally in Honolulu, he :I .
.1 The unsmilin *--Ha.wltliah had irmc..Kow.....something saw refused to.see. her. but ' : r1rrasi . .. ..t 3i
.. Oed .
nodded soberly. "Yes sari that is inthatxst net quick: flash ofmetalHcMlght terminelL'Thursday ;..-? Clean Model A F trans
.' true." '!mad Junr throw night I asked ,:.him :portation. CaB at MM S.er5ce sad bs11t. Mali aM
c ;"Very welL I want you to give himsetf :to'ihetgrbund: ,with all for the money. He refused afid-'J S tatlon. Dtvawan anal Dw-. ..... ...... b..1I
these five envelopes to Miss Julia. the,spied'and sting ,he could grew angry. I told bl'rJL' .my val set.igrii it N ....-.wr '11
Bi !' r..r. thoughts and be was insultedthat I
Madam Deveraux Mr.. nett. summon v
Mr. Dukane and Mr.- or $r& As t though. tistd. 'by a -stopwatch his servant' should speak So. .. .. 1A.4 0rriIe. _
\ Donovan sometime during the .a* gun' spoie'out of the He grabbed me by the throat.:ire 1948 Crosier station ....... Lees
early part of the evening Dont object/whistled past was choking me when I saws'thee than 2000 mafia Mt-XR et,1505'W .
let anyone see you. Understand?" his, ar.and.'layvllcaming in th pearl diver's knife. So 1 killed West Puiadsw.. i 1 OkiMt'v ...-ri'"",,' ,
Luki's amazinglyluxuriant eDIKQ betore; tie;,httle summer him. -' V i Il'3Is I ass ttlrni4 Adut" fiI
lashes flickered bt'iefty. rYes sar house.:'He:heard;a. sharp pained *As he ceased talking a tr ubW'silence .- orr.f .i"hat .swr $1a (t .

"You see" Vince explained intake p 1 breath iust behind him.. settled over the fcuto I dsslRIs... lllb. ,
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m "We tton't know who 4he' murderer sfwt cawe, Uward him group. .' \- 1940 ,.:... Studebaker CMampisn
is but this,little plan may rrein. 't-aclurnp:,of, usles." A reWILL CT. "Malia.*4) -.- J'. coOpc. Good ..niiti.wt a.sti .. Mid 1MstFuralsisJ

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[ l'Ot1: S hL 2' FOR SALE ::. fiwsi-M+.
Commission Votes 'I
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%H'-tP Studebaker..... MJ J
(Dances Are Better One blue and one Persian'brownbathroom ? III Wlsti+s Lear '
Blue Law : I Ion"tipUe I set Complete, nevi'. wheeler G.L type. VHe, .M..
h : Repeal,I Merrill E. Roberts.. .Plumbing Flagler Avenue. aisytS... ;
Soft'.xf...)'tui. ,I to study Havana New a al.rat i's. '
i Contractor. 5 SJU
a In 'Yesterday's' Citizen, the'statementwM ,hatd'.i1d. be- ii>'%-strious it'awithih'the 'Phone US%. After 6 pjnw call 193.31Ford tuder ...-. nulwrR+.1fc9 tales..ra! tartic I..1
: ;tnadg ;T.tttat the 'ream> d!'possibility isle M4'I
thaltI .
642-M mall$tx dition. Cheep fee ,-+ '
.commission voted unanimously j}, y&ut 4ace; t.:1s4lie ,day appears salt 105 SimonUn Sweat. \

'nta to'fttalie it u lawfui Tfn"y per t, on' a.-a.nundreri. :doHirbill.." .-YJ/I'Douse ...,i1f..klet "-
trailer $250. A good buy. I .
son, persons. club 'Thanks;fdad;but I'd prefer to
.or or..society I I III" .......12'
C. L. BurrosC63
.A S. Y . -to. .give,,;hold or atteryl any 1041 .Chevrolet t...4r....... Mam ,I'sett lser/ti 1.w ....

!a'.. Iiy :1 I Court. mayl8-3tx May 24th. .? .. !
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description from the hour -of" 12 .
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YourRgrtvscope 1,4 .fest. Beach Phone 11II.a. !'We ,. wa iii,
midnight tern nut .
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after ,4 P.M. twyle-9trr
r Cabin 33' 9' wide Ma'
t nifh' Sunday., inlOOO, ...fect'i' : 'TIh1RSD1Y; 3is\Y20, 1948-' long. i
of fchuf41{ j r is ii A fortunate i rine engine. 3051 SeidcnbcfAvenue | iI
; ,! Inseisatioa4
panel buck newrubber OT 40i
S\oty. ild1 Phone393M.
_' "- Tttig hm have lead days "There-is"aVstren and -- : I
: : good Biechankal coadi-
that 'the commission voted unanimously j'I ,inaY18c.
to repeal thi ""blue";j great "ability"oif 'Orga atlon..: tiocv Phone 104X. ssyI .it Ned llkielt lO.ragr .
There is'
law that has been on the books-'I oit nature jjcjve.of"the:. aBet the-country special and as- j jI j.i' Adding machine, cash registem: ron SALE I I Ai www 1t"t ei.i.ems I"S

for,. many years. . -' :1.I'peels., 'ppint toward success in Toledo scales, meat slicer. 721 "I -
dealjns'with-things.: j| Catherine St Phone 644-WV ..;
that appertain : Bungalow, ......11.e biOYistg
TF oman's SocietyChristian I ;to-the 'la'K1.- Th rc is a considerable i iI +i may l3-3.z ,I
i and lime grove on fsrr sties
portion: of general suc : lots, size 50' x 1OT tMti. In grit. N.Ir.i ,
Service :I ct'ssi butgreat': are, 'should betoken ,. Nine-inch electric fan. $3.50. > i Arft'g'
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not to" grow tyrannical I section. This can be tMuflM ..,i ......... andl.wae.i ..11.
& 846 4
orlfijsh :; erty Co., Olivia cornerI
terms. Jotinion & ,
easy ,
Holds Meetinti:t ,,1lor'it 4will-lead to minI Packer. Call 1597. maY.81fI : ,
fortune.. j I 1 I I '. : son Phone 3ft. mayl7-t1 1 Oartrlte t.I
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The Woman's Society of Christian : r fi: 5 lots on Flagler avenue, between I I For Safe-Aerenea TTAMMT 14 t
Service of Fleming Street ,TheTlttRev. Ernest }i. Stircs I,
1st and 2nd Sts. Reasonable hours since ov....... &. Ml
retired Protestant j f4lYirtr4lY TOt
Methodist : Episcopal bishop
Church held its -
regular ;, price. P.O. Box 926 Tele-1
or r lent condition. Mil Are. .1-1 I
monthly business meeting at of Long Island, N. Y.. born !
the church Monday afternoon Norfolk. ,:Va. 82 years ago. 1| phone 548. may8-5t _,Itf say, slbs.f 1t

: with-Mrs. Sadie Richardson,'president . I I f 1 t tlbre.r ....-.
presiding. It was decidedto | FOR SALE :: Round end gospel tent 50 x 80; I Plumbing suppB complete I -.-. W"II"oI: r
fireproof steel-clad used only stock. Plastic ttt*. peiaM and .
help defray (expenses of a I ; tettw Isere .tti
| tmemberof f"Negro<<: Methodist!j Complete "developing. printing I,j thr->e weekv Inauirc Costnoj- brushes. Mvra.y's Pl.shies, I t,_ LFl
jf Church tq the training school to ,}.'. and'enlarging outfit. For the politan Grill or Colonial Inn.I 1532 N.W. end SWe4. MirwtL CAM w 11Ak..

bed held in Jacksonville June 16 'amateur 'or professional photo ;. Rev. Suva. may20-3tx -Ha. Phone '-HI,. m,.fl\\i _

to 23. t( grapher. Print dryer electric I -W aMaamBaaiaaaaafc a aaa- !I IiKR'Lsltr
.' .Members present: were Mrs Su- chrome surface; Federal "219" Five-room bungalow. 20 x 30. Hotpoint rtfriserator. U....... .

die Richardson. Miss Lillian Carey enlarger, .F/6.3, complete; : wriplftely: furnished like home washing madI_ 9mgntrie ..... hi'hs :

>,",-s. Jennie Malone Mrs. "Skan" exposure meter and i i,| with fireplace in rear. Only sewing m.chiwe. ... .e f. ,

Earl Hathaway. Mrs. Paul Richardson case; Contact printer, 5" x 7"j i i t 200-foot from waterfront Must chair model cv.sie. -. .1''t ..Icy '" J.r, -

Mrs. Thomas Felton. Mrs. Precise easel, all metal 11" x + sell. Biggest bargain of the piano brass ,........ set. .. n----*. T. I. !

*.*,-_ "'} Hosttr Jwr/hson. Mrs. Vickie Roberts 14"; Stainless steel trays: 12" x I j year. $3500.00. See< Jim Cer- er vacuum Htaiw sad

: Mrs. Mabel Saurez, Mrs. J.' 15"; 3 Ferrotype, plates, )8x ruti. at Palmvilla. Big Pine Key. I. antiques. Skm after --I J

R. Reid. Mrs: Veral Roberts Mrs. 24", ."hi gloss" coated metal: may203txFresh at 517 Eaton Street tart i li.1i n tiasilssis .....t1i..ew

Qarl Bervaldi, Mrs. Cleveland I tell film developing tank ADJ.; ....... .......
Johnson. Mrs. J. R. DeLand and i Brownie safe light; print jewfish. Peter Roberts I Monkey. W14 W..... 9Irssttstat C.w'l
Mrs. R. R. RusselL I I 1F; sluing rods: film roller'l foot Front Street rnay20-ltx, .....I I ... C.c:.
The Woman's Society of Christ :I .-i"Kover-All" film ; en- wsd 111WTrvt .1

ian Service of the First Methodist larging exposure scale: ther- Electric mixer refrigerator gas 5 h.p. Johnson setbtar+rd awl q.

Fleming Street Methodist 'I mometer funnel small: .2 stove, dishes pans, living room foot Lyna racing ... is.111 ..-. uAa4
Ley Memorial and El Salvador hard rubber trays, 8" x 10": 3''! and bedroom cuitc 9x12 rug; I for $121.09.Avc. Ay JnII l0tlplag ... ----" '
held a sub-district hard rubber trays. 5" x 7'". All .
I canned goods,used cotton drcss- sstr IS4Man's w.A.f II. ,
vador meeting. Methodist recently at the El Sal for only $50. N.A.S., Unit 5. I j I es and suits gas hot water heater I .. ..... W ,I
Church with
Mrs. O. E. Pearson district may 20-1 tx !I I white sink. shower set tubs, II bicyeta. praetiaaliy steMw; co-.
president Scnide; s4se baatrrw .
I bakery equipment such as confectionery btmsfket

.L ;',.. v01ionar'on' .Mrsfx presiding.C':Wo9d_ led the de- SALESMEN WANTED I l screens stove filler.doughnut 4-tier kettle gas- I stove: ;3-the Uw*wa sink tabis-.Lr; pnar Ots... t.R wfMU.. -,,rn t

by introduc- Wantcd-t-A good reliable man dw 3 dctawa r.i ...
tions of the other district .tv .* .tD-two. mixing bowls four t m'. '
; ; ,* _; 'Mr : C- C. Wood. officers: supply customers with modern show cases: flourescent Can be seen S tv t :...... a/t. = I '
\ i/ Mrs. Spiritual, Life; icigh Products;' Write Ra'\\-I'1/r lights. National cash register, ernwoo *t 'H Wi.... : .. .
: Byron +eIlIlitQU1let'Njvil
\t ctary Sperow, I
motIOnal leign's, Dept, FAF and many other articles for I ..... -.W.
Secretary: "Mrs. Memphis. 'Tend.mnay20ltx !I, -- --, .
Chester E. bakery and household. Sale -- --- -
.., ,- 'nlffr.IRoll i Salb, Secretary of Sup- t 'Friday, 9 to 6 only. 419 1-2 Du- ..

.,.;; call of the societies of theTRurcnes' , :.MISCELLANEOUS I t- sal street mayl9-ltx'I I . e

represented with a re- \ Washers irons, vacuums and] 27-footscabin cruiser
powered 40
'f I f I port >ytbe>presidents: Mrs. (j. E.I I
Pearson gave a talk on District'SignpOits fans repaired. .Q'Briaii Pont] rrp./Marine Jeep. Excellent The Key West Fleer Cwt e
1164-M. maylt.fFor comHj reili. f pc private' use
and the other i
officers i DUVAX.
fRcadyro go. A' Teal bargain. "LH.
,1 .;Have talks on their offices. .
guaranteed d plumbing aDd re- See Jack Thompson's dock
j I Imay20.
After the service the .
at church., .. Jost Ks'fs
I pairs. Free' estimate. Call .)tx t"'tlildrJ'
everyone present went over to the | John Curry 512 Margaret Stj i
Welsey House and Exclusive
hour. enjoyed a social j!j Phone .781* may 1-tf Two-room trailer good condition Distrib t ,r m KcvXentile"

Ii I $300 tash. Town Hotel. 805 V
i Swedish massage, 5 treatments Simonton street may20-3ix Jew
u Apply To Wed : 'for $13.00. Phone 573 for ap- ; \

ppintment- may17-6tj 1947 Cushman motor scooter !
An application for a marriacclicense l Large size with all-chrome ex- ASPHALT T|

was filed yesterday in the Public Service: It-you want personal teas. Perfect throughout. $2$. I -

office of, County Judge RaymondR. . honest sober: and conscientious Rear &09 Eaton St mayl9-3tx ; .J/.Aers uJ Me f M.s4 fN MtW I t.l-,,
Lord by Edward E.-Kim. 22. plumbing service; let : Induing .'HITJ; >
of the U. Se Navy. and Betty J.Fordvce . me prove you. can get it. Phonemavyl5sattoesthugs7tX, Electric Frigidaire. apartment-I M4 t newS fl u

; ,.22, of the La Concha &SJ' size "$.j__.oo,.. 919. Southard St. CALL US for -
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Cfcvclaml Makes It Two.- '-.'. . . ,iati."- :: 1 iiPwe, 'CiOs= i, -..J tBS.' CLAIM_ VICTORY' i i' SAUNDERSSAYS- .. ting a better'endetanding:be!J.fa...t'mand _'It efl+lta' *' 1. _, .1__

', : .'fh e; i-- c .. '*" .a. *.. ( wed )'rOm'Pag' ,One) t, (Continued rum Page: One I II twecn: the club and the Navy." I have .srNi .tits .b r r

'.1 II.. % .V t F .... . ..' SuccessM'Yet' r. .A} y;;:-and causecPso many; ders. 'The contacts: I have had ', Then' Mayor Adams, presented; . perfect a gtnLor r .. aelsr

Straight Over AtlileticsST. FORECAST casualties. fagaaa.....protested to]'with"the people: of Key West and the gift'.to Capt. Saunders. known. Wa are sea y t! 11499
Of Activitiesdosing -"I feet that :l T; s ak.Iot only'lor
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l Key West and Vicinity; Partly .' -, the United Nations _against. the II|[the many associations I have hadwith the Rotary Club: but for all, him.You as
cloudy'with. "occasional showers ; a year of successful "wanton killing;of 'civilianst4LLakeSuccess : {[. members of the Rotary Club the people of citY.-saM the aft ...... ... et.111R II

UHJIS CARDINALS r. I through, 'Friday. Little leadership _Mrs.- Aloysia Val; was, I have, always 'been pleasant ones. mayor. "I want to.thank Capt. going .wa I* .. r ........ _
I change her last said that all that i U .
Goidtsnoven, presided at necessary;;
"There Saunders the entire behalf Naval......* it tie ....
. NEAT BROOKLYN'SB00CERS in temperature. !Moderate to .meeting as president of the Key for UN 'to act to stop hostilities I I has been a marked im- on city's 41F
'l proyement in the relations be- for the splendid cooPeration: dor. said Ttevw. "N1 tt1M/ .
fresh in the
easterly winds.Florida I Professional Holy Land is toget the
I BRAVES IN City Recreation I -. ,: Partly, cloudy today. West Women's Business Club held and last.night at consent.of the British representative tween the Navy and the civilian he"has always given Key West:! j 1I ;1, wish him alt the. Irrsk r tea
.I have met him social world, and h .eras __L A
tonight) and Friday.. Few showers-the Women clubhouses She is to take that actionju. i population. sincerely regret on oc- ; may *
' WEf OVER PIRATES ProgramSOFTBALL over extreme south portion. Lit being succeeded by 'Pfesidentrr ..Herq it jsssaid.fhat tbe-.British- leaving this community." I casions in. a business way and us."

, tle change in temperature. 't.Etec't";Wi1bMh: )ar""Hasty r t 9CTL ofijcej\ peeved ove' rthe Bernie Papy was then
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"i J : by Trevor.
I East Gulf and. Jacksonville.. y{n'. ife(. {itH: wut, 'going C h uicJ action,of the United Stales intro-I k
$"E" May 20'Cleve'ln4atade : "rm that
r 'I Through Florida Straitsi Mq4 1 prtsidept, ihn d.fe1gw::tneI1)-: n, (eoJgnizing _the Stale JQf is- sure
It two straight over: r> rate f { i aej. tOne Saunders retires he will comeback' EENMOREWASHING
to re3hnortiieastery! | :.winds 'bets:far (hail rF;adf4tQopeCation \ ..cDmnientator: ; remarked i, '
v tt Philadelphia Athletics in the i I Barvitw Park. Night today becoming moderate hdrtb*r .iwhela; .eiade'oasitilea.year ;bat. ::campaign for j. "here to live with us always .
American i TONIGHT east to east tonight and Friday. lof suceessfui .scluevev election,going on in.Britain- j said Papy. "He has told
. jalf League tilt play. splendidly w.l
*I Party eloudy:,with?'a' few. show..', .. "Ht... .., and that the British elections Will ] me on many occasions that he :
7:15 m l1tt.ftJ
Elks VX-i
tICS fast eight when Bob Feller:.I Club vs.: ; : MACHINES
? feels it in heart that he will
: aot-be
ers over extreme south portion. .Mrs'- V8i G 1 ttsndven con.' : held until* 1950. The es.'
I tpttci*! tnree-liit "bairand won 9:15-SubRom4 vs..VFW No small_craft o.storm'. : farn- eluded by urging all members:) mark;; wad' considered mdre than |! come: back tiered* .
ftfAdii/i S43Ia".utiht I FRIDAY ; :a, 1: : that President Truman1tod \I "(;apt. Saunders is the youngest
I.ings. are beingduplired.Re ."get b44iz d4.the s ew officers AVAILABLE
7IS 1 :
. games last night in :I : -Kantor Men's Shop vs. and ''combined efforts, continue been' vnduly hasty in announcing captain of the Navy we ever had -
DM National League St. Lou i Naval Hospital. o utKeY'W by i here," "said President Trevor. g
:that the United '
end States Priced As As
.. the excellent work to-the : low 'TJ5
, *4 ia. defeated the Brooklyn 8OG-Bob': Sport Shop vs. I be had recognized: the' State -of) IraeL *- i I "We appreciate. his efforts in creI I
I'I % 74faYX0 that greater things can accomplished j
Fii; 5194$ '
podctrs, H."; Boston rebounded Adams Dairy'JUNIOR : j
aift, ,.iII the Pittsb Office;'. during the coming year. l Addf .Kenmore Wtulirr tt<<1 Our
over Observation t
' wita a > ( taken!* City 'Plansfor installation of newly British officials, whose names!1
Tih' Pirate, 4-1 and the Phil I SOFTBALL I 8:3 :'A.1d.oES11 i I l'elected officers were discussed were .not revealed, were quoted i i Convenient Easy Payment I''IanTELEPHONE .
deiphla Phillies won over the I Tandp.ntnr.i *
r Barviaw Park Afternoon Miss Gertrude Laubscher was as declaring'that Great ,Britain 1iNMORMiI 1SCO or 1511
. Qucafo Cubs. 21. I and Highest yesterday,'. -. 88 named special chairman the preparing to act:either aloneor ,
jAJBcricaa League games yes. Morning I Lowest, last night ._:- 1* installation ceremonies commit I .with other nations to bring
rday found the New York Yank WEDNESDAY Mean.- ., ;80 : TAaiita IiiL ROEBUCK AW& COAt
t : lfc - lee to work with Mrs. Eloise : peace to Palestine!, I lAU i
.1iu lM from the SL Louisityttnit NO . 79Precipitation.
1 I > I games announced. Normal' --*-* Felton, chairman of the entertain-,
t-4 the Washington : SATURDAY '
. ; i . .invent .committee to complete details MAN IS.INJURED: ,
Scalar* topped the Chicago No games Total last''24 hours .02 ins. the CORNER ol.FLEMING
announced. i ---? ; for the dinner event which I .(Continued. From .. .OncJbriel" : and SQ4OKTOM STREETS
; b of 4 .. age
Wlrbe 6 x a score tol. Total this month: _,_ .87 ins. held at Lee's Orient I
. is to be :
Lastres. he said' the 'chief .
W.(.Detroit' ;:.Tigers beating the Deieicneythis-''month 143 ins ; -
TENNISBarview ''Restaurant June 14 told'him wheel
on the steering ;lock- --- -
, Red Sox by a count of : ; ins. 'r- nI
L---lU8 I
.4)M/tclr) Total this
year ir the "
Park. .Other business of evening ed
Afternoon i or snapped and that the. ma. .
. 1.: afternoon playUrtIy and. Night Excess, this year J:.:._ 8.66 ins.R.Ialivi included 'a' detailed account of chine went off the..roadWif- I THE: PERFECT II | It'sDICK
game *
I M epic
events "at recent
DAILY : stat5 pes es .told Patrolman Lastres ERVINfor
- ",; In the National at 1:33 AJ4.n ; -/14c
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..vention Miam given Mrs.
in. > bx that I I II
"._, ,'MAd the. New York E .City tournament.. .. ".- ,_- > A,' .# .... HanvetV*Jlts-jGraee a 'Crosby Mrs, rapidly Wickerbeas at" the time foot'gotnJj, of >the accident very
Gt4etL: shutting out the Cincin- I 1 : ; ABireawtar Mary Lee Graham. Mrs. Dorothy ' '. I TO YOUR PAINTING |
ftc4I by score of 5 to O. .: L.ve1)e3oLk: '. *
SKATING : : Daniels; Mrs.' Claire i.ArIen 'and v i ,i ,,. -..- ATTORNEY GENERAL
AAVeNAL LEAGUE. BarvUw Park. Night 29971ns..:.-lQI4 9(mbg, : .the(-ie\itirig.\ presidenV wjio' were ]}tars .is as' iuli-:of mystery. as .1 I IL D"JIe- I

(CMltlat'la... FRIDAY- iA.f .. 'oaloneiri'''Jia c : delegateito l : ; the"convention.: \ .ts'' iS tb .rest:. of,nature - -

t' ,a1 1i n. U. E.I. 7:00: to 9:00: P.M. ., S arise :-tf--: ;5):41: a.nt; ..I A letter;frqrnbe: :Juwo 'CJna.rn) e

- ,' .. WI. .14 18' 3 Sunset -_ ..:- w. '7:00. pjiv'*,ber of:Commerce: ajk.mghe pleat 1 1 *. . .Florida wM X.v. ttwapportunity iI I
n- 7 11 1 Moonrise _, -=: .R.- .V 6Q3p.m.; sure,of< the -prospecti'6I. _,_

. \ ,=. lleam. Willu and Rice: BASEBALLMunicipal Moonset _-:"-V. /. t..-.,, 4:34ta'. ,.. establishing v a -Key -.WestBlood Knights of Pythias! I to Wt w
, l.TMI. King. Casey, Palicb. Roe Stadium AfternoonSUNDAY Bank Was heartily' endorsed Attorney GeDH.a who v

, ;..u M4EQ tvdA.t TIDEs: ,. .by dub' members;' Knight'wUl 'C. '' dcntands the duties .f U>
... volunteered donation The Risk of
several of whom -
Two Tomorrow .
i ;
I i ) games announced between conferred C.f silica and U prepared prop
..' ;CW"let Came. visiting Miami II : .. '.'(Naval-Basel. : __ be at the meeting '
.,. Eagles and -R. t f HEADQUARTERSfor to dischai Hen.
t .i:.. . R. II. .... Key West Pirates in the .Eastem.Standald Tine' ' A,board'meet'ng will be held .of Key: W* t Lodge Oli' Friday - ?*
.' .450: first{ .'. High Low in the, near future to appoint, at t P.M.Visiting i
game and Key West Clowns
. a= _, 151 in the second game. II '8:14 'a Jn. "1:45a.m. :: chairmen of standing committees ', Knights! :az*_. in"Vited. ,lr----- -, "Richard W. EniD .k endowed
t' .
. and')Mal; Sewell and oOo I 9.!39"p,:ni. I. '304pjn..; fpr the ensuing year both by Mtfoo ability

.-..t. nd.i Army Barracks. Afternoon i :-. ,j. WINFIELD'.RUSSELL., VALSPARi and: practical .......
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)i t... I- SUNDAY- / ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA Pyl siriiis ToHold 'Secretary. JI f ., for the elfin.Miami

. (NajM& Game No games announced. Reference StaUoa:(Key West I :. < HnakH.REMEMBER .

t "": n. it.. it Tim oft Height of Fish Fry, !i.J3____-:-_J .

,ftIladtlpbia Ctiits0o -- ,11'Nabem 3 2 Softball Tilts i Bahia StatlOD'Tiel.Honda : < 'jhlgh. -' ,. water. Key West I*>dge. 163. Knights 'IISTBMiIUlm J -

:I4.anard. and Semen- ; (bridge)' :-...0hJOnn; :o.O"ft." of ,Pythi s will hold! J olijrfash !
I ok'> Chamber and Schef(inc. Tonight At Park! No Name'Key ' ,'. '. ioned fish fry and fiushmipplirDarfeS us. FMO-CWtl ATTACCSKUSWfO* MIHV-HCtll J HOME'APPLIANCE : ti

f .oj "!i.\ (east end) .-4-2h$0m __ : on_Saturday; f rom :3:39: p.m.: Nn. hoe. I.'h.l from ....... .-n..- ,
n. II, K1te "" ,. ., -'. t t y. today b ftPOria""tIt1
. J'Ji I Boca Chica to'STxnujIt was 'aaaeBfice'd ftoj ''"_.-} ......dt.te robe". ON MAY 25th t
.York - :981. In the opening game tonight at I (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m dav, IIi ,.flea.,.5 _...,-ton.-Iy J' ;
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'.., ,0' 0 Bayview Park in the- Softball Caldes Channel, /'. The party' will be held on the .4y.f,4 b..ar_with tktkr .,kadr. .<_.tit ef-eeI c: VOTE
. .JVUe4r and Llvlngsloh\ ; Peter- doubleheader. Elks Club will (north_ end)'_+2hlOm. 1.4'ft..' beach: in the rear of' the PoincU- nlirf aft.r v.c i&. PtOMCTM' sots. __.e..but..; 1:7: RICHARD W. ERVIN
a..ideriaa new" for m. mo* v.:1F.
Uvely., and Lamanoo. cross bats with a newmember of ''oOa .. ana Day Nursery, located' at the a.a.r r ,-: a-1.w-Ma01e,' out :iiii j i_ PHONE 11 CONTRIBUTION to- Good Gov nun a! ia Florida
r NOTE foot of 17th a. -
! > f the Class B League, the VX.IFlyers : street. .LP.14
eoW. who drill awq M.k fa.r M.s be S05 Simonlon st Key West
. AMERICA: ] LEAGUEtonf their first gamq Minus"" sign Corrections All members of the Knights ofPythias .: .
1 who won ; {-< v} ; <'...... Pb.-T. ..r. "")aU. Ad.ertbe.n.eKANTOR I
. f'\:, t lnllat Ganat Monday night with the Kantor's to"W'sub'lracted. : ; 'Sisters''of the Auxiliary-- S-MaU_ Order..'Uld
Fe*''!,V .-* n. n. E. Men Shop outfit. It is expectedthat (+>-Pl1lS'signCottectiom: to" Lodge 'and t their1 families are 'invited - --
- V1.r.taad- .- 0 10 0 Otis Curry. Jr., will pitch ; be added.. : to attend. S

1 .. iPmNelphLl -- 1 3 0 for the> Elks and Hensoa. for. the. (h-Hof 7;_ :;. . i t. .,1trt. ..... ''' : I"n. i

I t.. fliUer sad Hegan. : Dietrich Flyers. : (m)-Minute.':' 'vftreet. .. i ". ,. AY'S BIRTUDAYS !.. -1-/E t1J; DRESS

_ ) ct and It.... In the nightcap., the S bRpn.I ,( .> .., team will play Jthe. VFW If the .. iti- -iviaru .
R. IL E. i Harry J. Anslinger, U. S. commissioner : SHOP
wins theSailors will .
. . SubRon ., : .1i .." of narcotics,. born in .. _
8 13 0 the ClassA
third place'of
, .r / .[,)IAuit VCllk. ?' .4 12 0 ,go League into and Veterans of For Temperaturesitation I Altoona James, Pa.Stewart, 56 years. screen's ago. star. Owned and Operated by Edna Miller and Mary Caraballo

t:-leN' and Berra: Sanford eign Wan will sink into the cellar. 7&3IA.Nr.r.a.T.: ;. .:.. .,... Pa -
I I- and Par ... ......' _-, '.. born in Indiana 40 years
bNUMI'. Drieswerd However, should the Vets : -
. Dresses- MT1tii'yn Accessories -;
victorious they will be I ago.Prof. 1 -
come out
r : Ais Allan Nevins of Columbia .
second v
; only a few points from _.. ..- -. 59- University, famed American :
: > :I
8.11F.' place. Harris will be pitted historian born at Camp Point 417 DUVAL STREET.. Opposite La Concha Hotel
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"One-Hit" O'Neil, and Billings -::'..:"it.: ,VV. 57. . o-
Wa piton.lpiton against : 57.Bismark I1L, 58 years ago.
i ;Qdra,. 170r Temple will catch for the Sub. Birmingham T I Francis W. Peck
4 managing
.... MMt4Tson and Early and : Haynes Rons and Fallon for the Vets. Boston ___.____ _. 1, \Llj".',_. -. 61 43]I director of Farm Foundation.. \'&.* We Close Every Thursday at 1 o'Clock 1IIIt! ..

t3rirnb Caldwell Buffalo 1.1": :-'... *. .' 46", Chicago noted agricultural economist I

r., nObiftiOl\.l Seek DivorcesPetitions Charleston-- ._:.. .. _- --- W'' born in SL Paul Minn, 6 I IThey're ..

' ;:4x- ''"' tip sq years ago. T/xy're N&v. .
Chicago ,
, .
! toil; { J seeking divorces were Corpus Cbristi '' 73''| Dr. Edwin G. Nourse chairman .
I of the Economic Council
.Batoa Advisory -
office of
in the
filed yesterday : LmilJ; 59 '
Kin- Denver -
Iittlhalaer and Wagncn; to the President born in Lock Beautiful
l Ross C. Sawyer
Circuit Court Clerk 53 ly
Detroit :
= -
Tetktu. N. Y., 65 ..
T". And by Anne Davis Kaplan El Paso _._il-i-i. .'- 64 port years ago. .."" .ili......,
against Morris Lowell Kaplan; by Ft. Worth ._ 62 4P""" J."i
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: 1t4w7fhey! Stand James G. Mallard against Alice Galveston --:- 73 I.I ATHLETES KILL IT*FOOT FOR 35c GERM. 1, ." ; JIft! .
M. Eflin Mallard and by Sara Jacksonville -.- 65 IN ONE HOUR. COTTON SKIRTS >; ,

.rlda laler.atleaslI Jane Regan Walgamatt against Kansas City _- 60 If not pleased.yuur money back,
Thomas Harold: Walgamatt. KEY WEST _- 7t Ask any druggist for this STUONlfDngicIde. ; : f } ,
3a..OW Laagu.W. 77 TK-1 Made with '0% (AU Sixes Up to 40))
L. Pct. Key Wait Airport 1 alcohol it PBNKTnATKS. Heache I
' 28 14 .667 CITY QUIETING Los Angeles. ..r -- 42 and kills M()RK germs' ON CON

,, .1'a ila'aU eland pa 24 22 20 17 .535.524 Station.(Continued say that rom at about Page One 2 a.)m. Miami Louisville--:-' .-:' .--*-- 54 69 J I TACT." Today at Cardiier' Phar KANTOR'S IS THE PLACE tt:t

.524 heavyset man tryingto Minneapolis
20 -
.. 1Rt,1 IVtcnburf 22 she saw a the bathroom of her Memphis i '.'- 60 macy.BROADWAY '
' Mlafnl 21 2321 21 .323.500 home get at into 1122 Petronia street'She New Orleans-----. --_ 67 DRESSESFor Where You Can Select
. tldJual .400 she fired a shot froma Norfolk2= 56
West Palm Beach 1231 .279 rifle at says the man. but states she _Oklahoma City .-_-=-_,- 58 NICE GIFTS FOR DAD!
Luderdae! she 61 CIGAR STORE
doesn't know whether or not fled Omaha --- i 74 Trawl Vacation Wear
the man
him. Anyway. -- -
}er ..eball Leapea from the spot immediately. Butthat's : Roanoke - 5St. 610 Duval Street
complaint the Louis ___ .=-- 53
the only May We Suggest .
AWE1UCANKtw in the last -,' 69
received Antonio -v .. -
W. L. Pct police have San .- -. COMPLETEBASEBALL

Cleveland- 1 16> 6 I .714.667 three-The days-or police nights.can't act unless Seattle San Francisco-:-- -'-<-.-.- *49?\ LISTEN TO Shirts
:'Phlladtlphla filed
, complaints Tallahassee -
. :Newyork. 14 14 9 609.481 i there them. are We send men out to investigate Tampa .. _,______---.- *? SCORES -
Detroit U which seems 52 .
.45 everything Washington -- Ties
"'Bo.'" 11 .45* serious and likely to develop trou-. RADIO STATION
.Washington U .42P 'I ble. Of course: some foolish conplaints BO ABU.APPROVES j I POPULAR BRANDS ofCigars
':St. LouU we can't pay any ...l.lL1 Belts
416 .182 ...
f:::4!r"O I.I' tion tOo" issued by cityManager Recreation Department Mrs. and Cold I a..- 4.
NATIONAL I Since the orders Whidden leaving next week WKWF -
Clllb- W. U Pet Ralph D. Spalding to for New London Conn, where Soft Drinks I .: -:: .

. iL LeuU _, 137.682' .top noise of orchestras and jukeboxes she will Join her husband, whois SOXPajamas

'.new York 14 9 .609 f the city has been unusually in the U. S": Navy. I I__ -,.- .- r --." '''' 1600 Ou Your Dial;
.. Boston 1311 .54% quiet after.midnight t.. observers
PhitodtlphiaPUUburch. 14 12 $31 I said; today. (The Breakfast Club Program)

13 12 320: '"This city is getting to be right to Sun and Storm WEDNESDAY MAY 26TII .

Brwklyn.t'hkMO : __,-.11 14 .440 comfortable place ,m which" ,
914 .391 live especially_ at night, commented I Slippers
9 19 .321 me city official today.
Cincinnati 9AWNINGS
after FOR OUR
.---- "'There i is: virtually no noise and \ -
the bums
All .
Softball. Leagues midnight. clearing themselves A Luggage e
drunkards are When OPEN-It' Distinctive Awning
4 'w pan 'AChub off the streeU-or CLOSED-/li A Perfect Storm Shutter t
W. t. Pd.Bob' being cleaned up by police. When 1 WEDNESDAYDAY
,t 7 0 1.000 'Yesterday, the judge of Municipal CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET METAL All ,Nationally: Adrvrtiietl lJruRlKANTOR'S UN
Sport Shop two drunkards GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST OR ROT " .
.400 sentenced
2 3 Court
Admins o.1r7. I Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice
in of Colors
m the Finished
Foreign Wars 2 4 .333., to 30 anft..60 days Monogram or Design
pt had
.of the
8la RfQ 'f 2 v .23v. jaiL One men S1mp .IO OpatatO FHA Terms Modal on Demonstration $100 SPECIAL Its eIJ

Cite "B" occasions. Iraitolled' 614 GREENE ST. M
Prl.E1kt Now LEE ISKUd.
<**- W. V .150 work for the city in return by PHONE 4. ?.,

.,Kaator Club.tMn', -Shop_ -r,2 3 2 .$00tliva1 for some his food and lodging" PaOna for FREE Emii -Wh.n It's New and Stylish You ,Can Usually Find It lIe..el1"!! :

2 2 .500
Hospital 'to The CitIzen.a -- -- ----,----- --------- --
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Former Key 'tfelks' Auxiliary [r f School Report' rr I Saint Panel;': : r Epuna Rnsselt Aytla.rfr;Ralplt"Lt'itsze Mr*, Juanita:; Straw Del-,I;

Wester 'I To Be FormedIn I Scouts. Ask Public Auxiliary Plans gado, Mrs;'1t rry_M. Baker: Mrs. : S -
Dies Card Committee VioletLandoyt;
For Much-Needed 0 Tea .
Island i Spring t
City Door-Mrs. Elizabeth Reese

In Missouri\ I Organization of an Anna Mil-I Meets FridayPrincipal :Storage Space rt r The Woman's Auxiliary of :St. Mrs. Raymond. Lord Mrs. Myrt- >, 04rk I
Herrick Johnson. '70. a former;lee Circle women's auxiliary of Albert Carey, chairman I Paul's Episcopal Church has completed land Gates.Protram i
left of the elementary school I Boy Scouts of this city s! plans of a'Spring Tea to beheld -Mrs. Joseph !Ladd t
Key ,
Wester who here the Elk's Association. Inc will '
i has cal- need space to store 200 double I at the Parish HaU on Monday Mrs. Clifton Bailey. Ii
card committee
yean ago. died in Kirkwood i get under way with a mass meeting report I {
i 'of prospective members who i i led a meeting for tommorrow bunk beds given to them May 24, from 4 to 8 p. m. Reception-i&tt. Clarence Alls- i
Missouri, where he had been a 1 will meet Sunday afternoon at ;: afternoon in the Division street by the Navy. Tony Marlines I I There is a treat in store for house Mrs: Stella Curry, Mrs.
resident for 24 years, accordingto 1 five o'clock in the local Ik'sLodgenew i I school to 'make final decision on a Scoutmaster is appealingto those attending ai'a very delight- Dagny Porter. Mrs John ti.
information received here. f auditorium on Duval the grading system in Monroe the public for help. fur program has. been arranged Sawyer, Mrs. Gloriana Bayly,
He;;had been in ill health"Jong a street. county elementary schools. 1, The beds will eventually i!! for the afternoon through the j Mrs. James H JUscConnell Mrs.
time ; I Ii' 'I I 30 be taken to West Summerland courtesy of Betty and Bob Simpson -. .
and had come during recent winters in the hopeof ; ; K.bui In the mean- and the pupile of the Simpson
o'clock. ; Mrs. Eric
of Elks, who are interested in j Curry Mrs. Glenwood
condition. I time storage space. is wt '- Dancing Studio. Several
improving his Hewas t' exr
(, the furtherance of Harry-Anna i The committee comprises t Sweating Mrs. Gilbert McKillip,
torn in Key West the son.|Home in Umatilla Florida,which i principals teachers, one supervisor : gently needed. JMarlines ', cellent vocal numbers will also Mrs. Clifton Bailey. Mrs. Merrin CARLOS' Market
of the' late Thomas and Eliza of Florida| one School trustee one is asking anyone be tendered. Russell Mrs. Fred Eberhardt.
is the state objective
I interested .and (fable to help, j j i Mrs. Joseph Ladd president of
Johnson and a nephew of the 'Elks are urged to attend this member of the school board and I Presiding at the tea table will
late'John Gardner. l i organization meeting. that appli-I j two representatives from each I the Scouts to contact him at l I{I his home. 1018 Division committees Corner William Street
Survivors are the widow Mrs.i cation for "charter membershipI iof the PTA organization in the street. Julia,Agnes Johnson; a son Roland I{I or to lee Isadore Weintranb I, Arrangements-Mrs.J..- H.MacConnell
be made immediately. county. I The public is cordially invitedto
I I! at 100 Elisabeth sheet.I .Mrs.Violet Landuyt, :
S two daughters the Misse3 .the :i iI I
j The prime interest of AnnaMiller Principal Carey says attend.
i I w' & the Best
Mary.E. and Julia A. Johnson I to at- [ Mrs. Harry H. Baker MssMer- SS2? WESTERN MEAT
is invited
Circles in Florida is the: general public
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vin Mrs. Gloriana
Russell. Bay13'
and two grandshildren Burt and !I ,
progreSsand expansion cf the I tend the meeting. l
Jimmy Johnson.Jfiycces 1 children'- 'home and all of their! . ;i Mrs.. Emma Ayala, ,Mrs'. Clif' O BEEF O PORK LOINS ROAST CMOtS
I interests and fundraising' activities -' .40! & 8 Puts ton, Bailey Mrs.. Clarence Alls- AUTOMOBILEWe tl
GiveFurther are centered: about its continued ! 2nd Palm Trees :, house. __ Grade. "A" T-Bone Steaks
*"* ; ,Decoration-Miss Etta Patter- fill all
service. I Ii IiI I Meeting prescriptions when
Frank Bentley, exalted rulerof i Set Ablaze I son Mrs. Harry H. Baker Mrs: your old car starts jiving you
. Beauty the Key West B.P.O.. No.. 51.1 I TillMay28thA Violet, Landuyt Mrs. Clifton trouble. i *ALL INGREDIENTS for SO RCi
:Contest DetailsThe '.has given his whole hearted ap- For the second time within 31 I Bailey.: We carry a complete line cf,i Breakfast BACON BUTTER .CHI88E .11.611
,proyal of the proposed auxiliary.chapter I week. City Firemen were called'+! monthly meeting of Vpiture Refreshments -_.Mn_Mervin-- Brake Parts Ignition.Gas FittingsSpark
Miss America Committeeof 'and expressed himself as at 2:45 a- m. ,today to City Ceme JI |i i Locale 728J 40 and 8, scheduled Plugs. Fan Belts.
!I I
I .the Key West Junior Chamber -being "in favor" of the project. tery to put out a fire In' a 'paltn i| for tomorrow evening has- been Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good AT YOUR SERVICE .;. Complete Line .f BIRDS-EYE Fresm Teak
of Commerce stated today He will lend his efforts towards tree. The tree was in Passover, postponed Friday; May DAY OR NIGHT Fresh FRUITS and VE STABU$
that llte beauty, contest to beheld organizing the group by his(; attendance I street. It is presumed someone : 8 pjn. in the Legion Home on STAR BRAND PHONE 1178 ,
the night of May 28th is at Sunday afternoon's dropped a ligthed cigaret" in the ,.Stock Island. Complete Line cf
one which offers many adVantages -!meeting "and will assist by ext tree. !I I Chef de Care Robert D. Smith AMERICAN COFFEE : JANE and QtICKCUT.UP FRYERS
to the winner. f plaining ''much of the parliamen-: i states that 'at this 'meeting'plans and CUBAN : SHINE ...;p: ... I'nZE.F.Qa. .
Thejr are many advantages to tary procedure necessary to the I Read h;Classified! Ads in The!I I0 I i for the installation 'of officers: .- Try A,Pound-TodayH99HB .-. 1502 BERTH, STREET .,. _' READY for t.. ntYING PAIl
the "girl winning the contest",organization.: Citizen.: S will"bediscussed, :; r
Jack Murray a 'member, of the'roml1.'ttee. Approximately fifty of local __ -- 0"I'"I' --. -------- - ..-- .
said today "Key Elks' relatives have already signified ; = ----- -
West has it's share' of young their intention of attend : E 9 R BHBEK99flK EBnH E7B S9BBI B H BlBB V HBBEflHBB BB B BBi ___!Ii--!. ==:- .- .- -.. ' ...
girls who are talented and beautiful ing and a much larger group, is I
':who possess charm and personality anticipated for the opening 'session ),
and 'it is this type of ; ;!I
girl the Jaycees are looking for A temporary slate of officers ; VICTORY I I
to represent Key West at the and directors will be elected andanyone !
Miss.'Florida Pageant to beheld ,v wishing information' isj i I:
at Jacksonville in June"Entries urged to contact Mrs.Clara Boyer
for the Miss Key West .at telephone 232 or Mrs Beulah
contest will be received by the Russell at 675-W. I Ii CASH MARKET CHOICE f
committee until May 26th. i I II Quality
Judges will select the girl!i From 1638 to 1867 Japanesewere II
to be sent to Jacksonville ata forbidden to leave their I! GROCERIES 1028 Division Street Phone 1080 MEATS I
dance to be held at the Drift- country on pain of death. I IGARDNER'S j
wood the night of May 28th. The
winner will be 'given a bathing 1 I 11201 WHITE STREET HASTINGS C. S311T1I
suit.-an evening dress and transportation j NOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE Corner 01 Catherine Street ProprietorrrlrrcoBBs PHONE: 28.
to Jacksonville paid for 74tC&I; E! '

,,I I by pr..the:. Gregg Jaycees.M. Sinclair. president -I .d,..TONIC,.,..$...,f..,'.... = I It i ALLIED SUPER MARKETSCelebrating I ORANGE JUICE! '

of the University of Hawaii.born'in ps....wle.lw..., -.Ie....VIedslTit. ..,z. .. Ice Cold to All JOur R'NKfREE
Canada 58 years ago. ... ..I' ye. -.... Second Anniversary faith'Carloads of SATURDAY MORNING BETWEEN 10:30
'N:. u..w. a.ras 1M..altrnrti' _I.18. z rs AN ORANGE IN EVERY 1
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Mi88 Gloria Dia&Silveira. >< Wed To.Ens. .-:" ,1 i MemoriarTo\ Dog NavY>Wives Club ,- - ... ,-' ', ,- -.0 ..

, ik' Dennis-James. Joseph Downey 1]! SAN FRANCISCO stone j i' Buffet Supper .

'! .., memorial fountain is being built} Dance June 3rd Your Budget Has Its Day At
f B1 RUBY MORGAN :ti there to the memory of a black-!
t An rrwit of widespread inter Mrs. Morris was becomingly and-brown mongrel dog named; A meeting of the Navy Wives,j
E "t wu the marriage<< on Way .gowned in orchid moonbeam. Shultz who was" the mascot of
1 16th of UIM. Gloria Dial Silvei- Short gauntlets taffeta. and the park police station for two Club was held yesterday after*I
... "ouD&M daughter of Mn. A. _sweetheart bonnets' of gown- years-until somebody fed him i noon, at which final plans for the
thai Silvtira and the late Dr. Sil- matching net completed these ro-,ground glass and killed him. buffet supper dance on June 3,
vtira to Ensign D nais-l.mes mantic designed ensembles. I i Engraved on the fountain are were made. It i
Joseph Downey, son of Mrs. Den| A touch of Old Spain was evidenced ,(the words: 'Drink to the memory | Farewell best wishes were
nis-John Downey and the late in the bouquets carried '" ot Schultz today: HM friendliness i i given to Mrs. Lois Bisgrove.. Mrs. I
Mr Downey of New Orleans. La.i,by each attendant.They were ori-, to man did him betray. Shirley Henderson was a guest at
Surrounded by colorful Royal r tginals, conceived by the bride's! I,the meeting. Refreshments wer,! I ..
I'u6& dana trees blossomed forthin sister Mrs. Morland, composed: of; Out of town guests for the wedding .served by Mrs Frances: .SchiniJf : .f.'
their true tropical splendor early dawn gold dust and pic- were Mrs. D..J. Krakef, Mr. meyer hostess.for the afternoon.The
the .lirauUiul St.; Mary Star of:I'cardy gladiolus in fan-shape.+I|!and'Mrs C; P. Schuldt and Mrs.Jf monthly luncheon will be .
the Sea Catholic Church provided Tbey ended in rosettes of net J!|John Atkins, all from Miami. ff-fs. held at. the Beyview Park next ""
an appropriate setting for the'; with contrasting colored"stream1 I[i penis-John Downey mother of .Wednesday at 12" o'clock noon..
Romantic Period" wedding. en satin ribbon which complemented -!r i!the groom Capt. and Mrs. Me- I Members attending were Mr
Preceding' the ceremony several 1 'each'gown in color. Each j['.Laughlin, uncle and aunt of the. Vera Wood,, Dorothy Bickel, Lois 600 FLEMING' ST. WE DELIVER TELEPHONE AWe
beautiful selections of organ' wore a silver heart-shaped ,'groom' and Mr. H. D. Allen all Bisgrove, Helen Cherwa. Olive
music were rendered by Miss! locket on silver chains inscribed J from New Orleans Louisiana.' Curtis. lone Akin Mrs. Kathleen
Beatrice Moreno. : with her name and the wedding i I I Mrs. Mouton. aunt of the groom t Abenante. Mrs. Genevieve Eurng. Offer
The *intricate old Spanish date. These were gifts from the i and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Downing :I Mrs. Edith Clark and Mrs. You These Nationally ,
wrought iron grill work fct the, bride. of'Little Rock: Arkansas. I Frances Schinimeyer.
church entnuirc twas intertwined -''{ The bride'd mother wore aquacrepe I I ,: __ --,_.. I II Known Everyday Items At A SavingTo
with sprays of the exotic fashioned with scalloped
trphanotis. White gladioli and I neckline and matching drape!
lillMS against greenery and phil-.I with long fitted sleeves. Her hat II' You. .
adelphu further enhanced' this was a becoming creation of flow-]' OVERSEAS MARKET
design. Long sprays of white,I'ers combined with net. Her Portau r i EATS.
gladioli combined' with white lillie -: Prince variety orchid with silver -I j jI t4d '

1 *huckleberries And trailing arranged spring blossomsof in tall'4 t beautiful accentuated white hair.her unusually|I: 935 Division Street SSSiPhone 419 ,. . : ..

baskets transformed the altar into' Burnt orange chiffon.with gold,I VEGETABLE DEPART IEl\'T' ---
a sty ritual f&cn.& rlardm. The j I accessories was chosen by the]I I II I BART PEARS N0.2 39c .\lOlOun's 9.8 l'OIr'i1l: ..
crateV' aisle trading to the altar groom's mother for this occasion.II i I I Just Received Another Full Carload of Guaranteed cAN
wu flanked on either side by Her matching gold hat was flower' I
graceful streamer of white satin trimmcd.-She wore appointed I 69
nbUa\, caught up and holding in orchid corsage of deep purple. I I VIId .. o e ,
place at each pew clusters of Capt. Clayton McLaughlin I t
Ihcsf same flower' Lighted uncle of the groom was best man. rmour's All-Meal Skinless (Cello Pak) POUND
rand," flickered' intermittently I I Ushers were Lt. Comdr. K. L. WATERMELONS i a
with rays from the setting sun i i Monii Lt. T. Connell Lt. C. L. ROAST f Can .49c FRANKFURTERS ..
rastinc,soft glow over the couple Lewis. Lt (jg) L.,E. Helwick.,Lt. ; $_:ta\, :: 49c
.* thry pledged their troth. I (jg) T. Dwyer; Ensigns J. Chapman E

performed The double by Chaplain ring ceremony O. Sporer.was Traditional. H. DeLaney military J. Crane.honors* Come and Get, Yours-69c Each ;S? '' ." ; Breakfast Slyly I II'NII .

The former Miss Silveira. a petite were accorded the newly married I I
brunette, was given in marriage couple as they departed ,(rom the .-- D 69c
by her brother-in-law church. . 23cl } CONI I
Comdr J. It Morland. She was Mrs. B. E. Close had charge of -I AiHUP 12- oz. Bottle
gowned in a traditional heavy the Bride's Book.Following You Always Do Helter When You Shop at LOIN--EISTD CUTS I I'OL Nt -
vthite skinner bridal Latin styled the wedding a re- .
with off-shoulder portrait neckline ception was held at Ft. Taylor '
edged with two folds of Officers Club. The 'same flower ARCHER'SI i In Appreciation To ,Our Regular Customers and ROAST 3 to S-lb. 59CARMOUR'S -
satin to form the bertha 4yer2ge
long motif used in the wedding was
sleeves ending points over the carried out in the decorations of I With Hopes Of f Obtaining New Customers . We EJI
wrist fitted bodice;. full gathered the club Elaborate candelabra SEMI-SELF-SERVICE MARKET i Offer With Every S3.00 Grocery Purchase-- WAFER SLICED Pll'NI) Jla
skirt worn over satin hoop placed at advantage about the I :
caught up In front to show, rows room provided soft light for this BOLOGNA 4
bf imported chantilly lace. Soft occasion. An interesting feature. FiWE1f Dixie Crystal !
satin ropes down the front of the were the two beautiful lace clots DS :tl
skirt emphasized the Victorian used on the bride's and groom's
lines of this gown whkh ended table respectively. Each were
in a full weeping court train hand woven and were heir looms at Reasonable Every-Day Prices!
trimmed with reed pearl motifsin which' had been used for state ,

the center. The hand-rolled occasion for" several generations.The The public is invited to compare our Quality and our Price'swith I SUGAR M
veil) of imported English illusionwas brides table 'was centered IQi T
those of Super Markets and Chain Stores. Comparisonwill
knee length held in place with a five tier cake, adorned
do at ARCHER'S -
prove.rou aj ways bettgrwhen you shop
with a tiara ot exquisite crystal I with decorative wedding bells.'
beading and seed pearls. Her .She used the traditional military ,.V,, ,
only Jewelry! was a gold cross''ona custom of cutting the cake Fresh Shipped, Dressed Drak l .POUNTJ (, NO.' 1 FANCY .
fine chain, an heirloom,her through her veil with her hus- t ; J ,
mother's 'amil,., Her bouquet, banG..worJl... P\u1chwas';: served Ibs.35c
was composed of white carnations during the evening bi| KW. Arra- 'CijICKEN$ : 2 ito :Pound'a 49 C ' .I ORANGfS
combined' with 4 South Seal smith Mr1 ffaati4* B inton, Mrs. .- AG29 0K
.larul bridal flower, elephantis& I Wales Benham..'and Miss Nancy a ? 1.: ( !
fashion! in a' scalence de Morgan. Each found on her delightfully Wilson's Laurel SLICEDBACON PORK r 'cliEF
sign. The exquisite "Cattleya appointed table a sur- I ; 1ft
Fanta Is" white orchid adorned prise gift from the bride little : CHOPS or .5k
her travelling costume. gold and crystal scentinels for ib. 64c ROAST. . : Spaghetti Dinner. 29cCHURCH'S FLORIDAGrapefmit6f .
1 The matron tit honor Mrs. her purse engraved with each
Clayton MrLaugblin. wore .a ones initials and the wedding
gown of sea foam green net. The date.The grooms gift to the bride GradeAN Boneless ROUND Tab Grade OLEO I i for f 25c .
neck line was sweetheart shaped, a miniature Naval Academy ring I a
puffed sleeves and a very tight set with a garnet and diamond ROAST tb. 69c NU-MAIDu ,
Ilanque waist topped a very full cluster was worn by the bride I GRAPE JUICE. 23c
antellum skirt This was worn with her traveling ensemble of'' i y
over green taffeta slip. I beige linen with cocoa brown EGGS Grade "A" 54c DELICIOUS
The bridesmaid. Min Dudley linen trim apron draped peplum tare. Shipped, D ozen \I
taffeta I bustle. Pique hat, ROGERS GARDENSweet a
Hussy wore aqua moonbeam front and small
fashioned with scooped' neckline in brown and white was worn I
fitted bodice, full gathered I with brown alligator accessories. Campbell's! Standard PakTOMATOES I PEAS 2 N0.1 25c APPLES 6 for 29c
skirt with scalloped edging to i The bridal! couple left immedi- J)OKK and BEANS CANS
show the petticoat edged with ately for a motor through 2 cans 25c 2 No. 2 Cans 23c<<
dyed-to-iuatch imported chantilly Florida. Later they will visit in
lac. New Orleans and Norfolk Vir- Libby's Crosse & Blackwell OLYMPIA. RIPE rr
The gowns of the bride's ma ginia. Here the groom will report Orange Marmalade
Mrs. It II. Ruhsenberger' for duty. He expects to be VIENNA SAUSAGE N0.2 IT'A
trons. Lima Beans 2 19c
and Mrs. Keil Hunter Morris in the Mediterranean area until 2 cans :3'3e: << 2 1-Ib.! Jars 25c CANS
I' Bananas 2 25c .
were leptnas of the bridesmaid fall at which time when he will I Ibs.
dress: however Mrs. Ruhienber- rejoin Mrs. Downey who will I PRUNE QT. BTL.Free Running PKG. ..
see chore yellow taffeta while return to Key West in early June. 20c SALT..SCRINSO .
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TOMATO 4S-Oz.. Size Jersey Brand 2 14-oz. Btls.
Vocal antI PHONE :! CATSUP 35cEhler's ,
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flee, wholesome foods to help you 4
...... plan delicious nourishing meals; 4ere. ONIONS .:3lb,23c POlATOES 10 Lbs.48c
,...YLEMl5el fi __ .....TRIo.1 .en./: and WING LEES prices are always .
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Lv a family a week! -" ;
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: / LUNCHES.e-H..*.4f sit IIa IMP...ft DINNERS"..%..-". Fancy Complete GROCERIES.Line of Staple Western and j..1 4 i.1i i ARCBER's i Eemi Grocery"The -Self Service PICK-UP 6 TODAY MrA: the CARRIER NEW i

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f. Weddinc and Banquets VEGETABLES i 4 Store That SenreS You Best" I II I -Every Big Baltic Serves You 12 Delicious Ounces ..

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: Van-Brode-- Assorted PackageCereals..29c Guarantee;
LAMB SHOULDER ROAST 'lb.35 ? On /Urttadtray MEATS
e With FREE Whistle for Kids MEAT PURCHASESGoTemmeni_
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WESTERN CORN.FEDFILLET | A-la-KINC. 29c Graded U.S.Good BEEF-Juky.Ttndtr
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