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 22, 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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i With one exception the school r ;} 1 'ONE FOR LEGALIZED GAMBLING I
rA t'r'sx1 principals of the city's schools
recommended by Willard M. Al- L o t Swimming Friday Recognizing the need fe
ran improvement of Jaftllile.Ii.._.
i bury, superintendent of public r ; \ ,4 in Kr West the Civic Improvement
instruction, have been approvedby >- I Harry Wadcriberg Charles fir*-point Associattoa yesterday laiatca1
the School Board. street, was robbed of $30 yesterday program. including

1li The exception is the principal '',. .._. .>.. t afternoon around 4 o'clock. con..ot n __ _____.
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of Douglass High School in the '.. f' Wjldcnbcrg had left his trousers The fire point were -
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colored section. St. Elmo Greaui. I 4' > -' - ., rri': : and the wallet on the shore as Mesa's Condition I. LccMlati. Igaltlimll .....

I who had been unable to get his 1 .' t_i_. ._.-.. .. J'o ..'" '1{,...-.u.........._..:.1 !i'he loot took of Elizabeth his daily swim at the I ling in Monroe r unty. and p...
master's degree, has I street i ticubkrly .in
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missed. I ) was water gambling; ja res.d.
not over .. Better
There e will be. three, changes tin A:WALL. IS KNOCKED OUT (rear right) aad.debris scattered over beds .in a.Jewish hospital il I ers',:and wallet minutes. HM trous 2. Cleaning up the spates,. fly
i Douglass High School because -. Tel'Aviv..: Israel, after the city was bombed and strafed by 97?***** tighter planes.Siriathers .- trousers relater were found gone. The Condition of Marcos Mesa. Sr. which the eouatjr |.""tpselected. Itw aw

Greaux did not recommend I i --=_. -.__, l' +. - __ _u__ .--.--- .___--- ._ __ i 100 yards'from the scene.The .about former. County Jailor who tried :: State law .. ........
the.: re-employment of Yvonne '-- '-'- to commit suicide yesterday strong enough-. e.rep ... thin.
Pattern as .choral ,teacher and of f t robbery was .reported to morning by firing a bullet into section of the P.........
Annie Carson' the home economies -. Working' ,For .Saunders caves; the police. _. (Continued on Page.. Four) 3. Codtfytag the dip r ......;
teacher. -- - ------ -- cs. so as to thr w awt ... ....

W. E. Fowler was reappointed -I . 'i I J. A .Farrclli obtiIlele onMi&neas sled ttru. tote .
as principal of Harris'School,* Increase In- Salaries -. CCapt. .. j Jews Desperately law boob up t. .... I
E. E. Hamilton as head of Division : f ; 4. Better tracing alert ilelr
Street School and Albert \ To.Arrive.June 15'Capt pay for city p.ii..n I M .ester
,Al' "'lnpb..t"J II. Carey as principal of Poin-! In that better nwa will oervt. the
FRANK DALE ROSCOE of ciana School.I Of Postal l Employes ,! Jerusalem As Arabs city in that rapacity .
New Paris. Ind. who is shown I The brincinals recommendedthe Willard A. Saunders. ' I S. For the eormlam. .* JMVT Idle .
re-appointment of all the ... USN:, former commanding officerof .
above.U a dead ringer for President & j delinquency wM.r, elwhl-
Trunuuu Both attended teachers of the three school;! except I FEARS SALARY( ADVANCES '* the Key \Ves.t: Submarine Move To fen over 14 will be ....... tlt.i.
th. centennial celebration of those who'did not have a.I --- -- -. . tElsworlhs Base who was. relieved .)"e.t'ri i Capture City Municipal Court lee .........S
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college education. Most of theseteachers the peace and fw va rat stir
Chard College in Philadelphia !I ::. MAY BE. : LOST. IN. Body i clay accompanied by his wife orII.
i will be re-appointed at .to () ( i i CONSUL; GENERAL: : ANi A committee wan 441A... l I'.
Thursday Roscoe is an alumnus j the bevinnine of the'nf''It school I 1 "LAS" '- MINUTE J i and family left here today. I request the City Ca-iu-i IIt. I a ..
ol too college. The President i year when teachers with college! -I! Sent To Cleveland] i Capt. 'Saunders will report at : :treat Britain Foreign Min- make available fllmds fnr silt
went there to make a degrees do'not aoply.I . I ( |Washington in the office of the AMERICA -.tcr Ernest Bevin held a long ration of city ordinamii. Lt l....
t pocch. J I .Eva McKinney. orinripalt"am.r OK.CONGKKSS I I,I Navy Departmcnut for special 1! ' : conference this morning about ; G. D. HatfieM. USMC. ...,,,-ct.
of Marathon School, and J C.'__ 'W. .,.",.., .-..._..,...I Walter; G. Elsworth; 27. died .duty prior to this departure for a.'cstinc!' ; situation. Bevin said the. chairman of the aaaoeMmi. R"-
,I Gerald Guthrie. teacher, have H"* \\tmt ('ItI.e.i Tuesday, after a short illness.He ,. Rio do'' Janicro. where he will'|i BY ARAB "FIRE: hat Great Britain has been bert Dopp. former eknvter ol ski
Dewey Leading' been re-apn6intcd. |j I.WASHINGTON, ,D. c..l.i"y 22. is survived by the widow become the Naval attache to the; 'lying the Arabs with arms sup-and|1 City Service: D prtiirNt and
1? John MfFcrran. nrincinal- .-Action. on the measure providing Marie Elsworth. U. S. Ambassador as. the ati i 1r' +mmmwmlri Frr.nt I mmunition and former English Comdr. Lee GotMar, U8NK. w,
i teacher of Mateeumbe School has 1 ; ,increased' salaries for Pe-st; The bpdy was shipped yesterday tache for air. ; LONDON. May 21 Jews con. nilitary officers are fighting! cretary of the ads.esNw1' wend.
] In Race:'been re-annointed.. The teacher Office i P.QYes'is. being ul'gl.dhI. : by the Pritchard Funeral Comdr. Card A: Johnson, USN I]j i I Moue to fight.desperately in Jeru- with the Arabs because .Great named on the l'.IrYmlllel.In .
Oregon ,i in the school has not yet been i i Home to Cleveland, Ohio .for who temporarily relieved salem,,as Arabs attack with artil-I!Britain is anxious to keep the connection wittt ski eft,Mt
\ re-appointed because' she' is'not;a % Representative'-: George A.Smathera.before ., funeral services and burialin Saunders in 'ceremony yesterday Capt.S- lery and small arms, .according Arabs well armed and trainedto to' have gaiuMux. lnil .<. UM-
"V cpNeee graduate.yhale it gets too l late the family plot held a meeting this morning ;i; to advices received today safeguard the Middle East association wilt ..wtmud'I 1J erectly >

. :r ----I\OT DelegatesWITH -,, :! '1 Albury.. ha.been !'f"apnointed -. in tbs ttest ktn\h.*aid. / -v i 1 Mrs. Elsworth"! acrompanicdrthc-. *, at the U. $. Naval Station with''i The report stated that the Jewsare'titGl against the spread of communism. ) with ...
I t TavernierH -fie- Repu ,*SmatFieTsJ'r'appearcd"' before body.t.t - all the--officers 'wider bb"c com-1: i I ; nolding>: : WI 4A 30Oquare>Thus, far, he addccLihatcediti: J'r; kkn and ..r..P' \. ,
< r ee O'Brvant. principal! of Senate'and HouSc commit-,I I 1 mand. ''yards in theHoly; City, and have been attainedAmbassador cCoctinned, DA t ace ..ta

HIS Or list PRECINCTS elected Key West as unerintendent High School will of tees in support"of the increase for A. J. VanDal :i iI |1;4%Capt.',J.,41. .Farrell, USN, will repulsed attack 'after attack of Douglas' objectwas / -
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'arrive hcre'about! June :Arab troops, following sustained
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flEP<3rVjWG. HIS VOTE TOTALS lie instruction in the November pqstal emlpoyees. He said we are ., to try to have Great Britain
; artillery fire. :
Comdr. Johnson
S3.000 TO STASSEN-S, No. succe"'or to sue- now'approaching the 80th session the of last Congress>veckiof I Funeral Today; mandin lievei .of iccr of the Key as com-West United States Consul General join with the United States at/ l'IioLINDSEY
,'eed him a the High Schoolnrineinal arid the Republican I ,Naval Station. Capt Parrel now Thomas C. Wassen and Herbert he UN session in Lake Success
47JOOO has. been made love heS of the House policy Rules Committee committee -- I' Ario J. VanDalon 47 died May at the War College, NewportR Walker, of the United States nai i| N. Y., on the proposal to have ,
... ii.. A..+.LIN Pr./ hon' fina'd. for tt will probably:' has not yet seen fit to call 14. I. i I val committee unit were wounded i j| that organization act to restore Motor Co.
advertise later a successor. j ''
PORTLAND Ore. May 22-1 "' up this important legislationwhich Funeral service arc being held |f : today by Arab fire while re- peace in Palestine.
e Uutiniiw iiMxiias Ucwey of New BallofcTCast sO vitally')' concerns thou- today in' the chapel of Pritchard I i ; turning to their offices. They ; Used
| Dealers
155 were going back to the offices I I a British airfiled the Palestinearea
York U out in front in the election sands of, our most deserving Funeral Home. -Rev. ,J. Lion
For Sale! For Sale' from a conference they had at and British fighter planes
in Oregon as precinct after federal employees."I Wells pastor of the First Mctho-,
precinct slowly and steadily increases To Last would like to dnce again urge I dist Church. officiating. tended to try to bring about a''!; took off to the attack and shot 404 Duval Street
Up Night '
1941 DeSoto .
between Arabs and Jews. down four of the rai
\ hh lead over former Gov- action by the leadership of this Burial 1 will be in City CcmcI :< Coupe ers- :
' trnor Harold, SUssen of Minne- (Continued. On Page Six) tery. Lewis Douglas, ambassador to -' Next to La ColKhTELEPHONE Hotel
ballots .
A total of 155 absentee I
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were cast for next Tuesday's 1941 Ford CoupeExcellent I 501
With 1115 out of 1S3I precinctsthat ': Htion.. according to Countv MYRTLAM1 GATES: '! Palace Theater !
have reported the vote for Judge Raymond Lord today. This Condition run, JI Ttrs: OK iKift(2nd -: I I I
Dewey is approximately 53,000to RETURN Justice T. Frank HOBSON I! Constance Bennett and
contrasts with -112 allots cast in ,
Brian Ahern
47,000 for Stasaen.Dewey '( i'iy i IJuirlBuller
'the first primary May. 4. The I Monroe Motors inc.I ; PULLLEVER
started off with early "SMART WOMAN" { 2-Tone
; an 5A' | Green Sedanttte
balloting closed I last night. _
lewd and has not been overtaken.1 ToT/ie ,.1 I Your Friendly ford Dealer : SHORTS and NEWS 48 Chcvrolcl FIrcntatrr| .
(Continued On Page: four) .
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PAGE ;WO '! THE KEY: WES.l' CITIZEN Aft a tIea AT. MAY Ill. t

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:: I. f. ART>LAN. Owor aa4 r.b11.5.r The infuence of the individual newspaper ;; MbfonDislikedNorwegian\ .
ft Oft MA* n.ARTMJLX. s.N..r xa.ager LfiVi .. .
declares Secellon Brown of the .
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Oily May N e w o.i> r In 'K'e j Weat.and Providence Rhode Island Journal and 1 Gtf d"t torists are not exactly in lave . -- as s.... '
Moaroo County rwl AR url.
= Bulletin "is not to be measured by circulation .-. with the secretary of finance, r1aq.INXARt

: k.ntr4 at Key W.*t, Florida, aa Mcon4 clan natur but by intellectual ,capacity of the Erik Brefoss. Because of Min .a NoAa sie .
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UKMBER OrTBB ASSOCIATED PBKS9 rigid regulations he has been cal
:. Tr. Aaaoelatod Ron U xclnstTcly entitled to editors correspondents and reporters of this girl is a- mrserW ledMutorfsra's Public Enemy SRAas .. .: ...
for r ,roo >to of all .ow. 4to'o.Uboo credited individual Those were tike first "
:: I: It or a ot othcrwUo credited In this paper. and newspaper. words Mildred heard when he regained p No. 1. ."

:.. al. tao local ..w. published bero. The speaker was talking to newspaper consciousness." - . : I Recently a motorist suggested 'PI1rtffa: 1RkTa.... .

1ISCJurno lUTES men who were conscious of the, great improvement "what would a nurse be doing ':...;.. s thlt'the- bike-riding mwwte .... ... .... ., .
0.. Tear i P.. out here What could have happenect -, ., r should be given a car The ....- MMas le ... ..... ,
.. !*.MOBtbl ,' l ,. . ,; J.TB 3rd: in American newspapers but t., have made her come / gestion wa given pontanM .s s ......... ... Iik: .r ...
tfcroo Uontba ? A. a..... ....r.- .5R
: Jj: also alert(; to..the need of steady self-im tumbling out of the brush :like ... approval and the motoriate already ty .wee-M W'I ... ,.... M
:: i7.t'f. i i[ r.- 1 that? Ana why in heaven'sshoot name i hare started coptnUitiiH, "C .

:- .' I' : provemenl ', would anyone want to at -- r Mills M lea..
her? V ert..a..w
lad Know 4 .P.Uq.s.a i .". '.1. . C t Erwin D. Canham, editor of The t Not until 25 years ago wer* weS .. N :TM K.' w.-I ; ase
: Hildred decided, at this Point tit paS5.b.d .. K..y .....
HOTICB* 4 ; : Christian Sci nce Monitor, ana"\V. S. Gilmore : was time to- move in spite of American and European trader .
;: An twllat'Bottefi, card of tkaakJlafo' being aa comfortable.: She fat- 1 permitted to penetrate Liberia ... ( I1ae..l .5.. t ah .der j
of ._Uee. Iota, \wiii ,a. editor The Detroit News likewisewarned a
rpet. obltnary pos/ ; of tered the lashes that were 99 uv frradotn.I' Rb11
., chanted tot-CL Ui. rat.of l. cute 'ft+ei t..J1IIr( t with comparative :ML
- Slotle a for eet.rutnmeet br. b.JIM. h.l ich tfi"at American newspapers must. believably. long stirred slightly. lesr)/ r rw.H
re.ess. I. to be derived are i cents Two pair Of firm strong hands ... 15. .'w..N .
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:: no CIU... fa aa open forts sad Inlt. di- deepen their areas of penetration and responsibility instantly proceeded to hold hft tdown. LEGALSTHE .-.,. ,is...... ,
_n..f INIbIIe fatee aad wai.ets focal .wl .
.* wT 1.41 Saw. 1+ stw It5.
a.llenl' lat.reel, bat U wul .not ,publisk..wnoaymeea if they are to meet increasingcriticisms -fIlM.
.ef u.Ie"05 "Lie stmrthe authoritative f OETT JI'DOI?. 501 NT
/ of the press in today's world. voice commanded in such a man I .> A\D FOR 0\HOK ('OSTt... ir RrSrMIYM ..... "

We call attention to the statement of ner as to show it was used to having 1.0.-: 1\ rues. trw.Is -5II.$5.15 ,... ....
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IMPROVEMENTS' FOR KTY WEST all orders obeyed without ( Amparo Cole, aim k...wian

':; ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN these newspaper men for.the purpose: of question.Better take it easy, Missrother an t mpara Cnlio.OTICK .-. ...... 1 ..I".r! 1 .:.:

making a few observations about The Citi but rougher one admon- 1 t r y >. OK FII.I t5 ...,,,.. an- ... TNN !."YNtl.selteR.
$9 .... A'O A1trIJCTIOK ..% ..5N PwNli
That's scratch 11
- zen. As the editor of this wa ished. a nasty you .
: newspaper, } UIMHH: .Nt\t .
More Hotels and
.. 1. Apartments. conscious of the got.If 4 I TO ALL WHOM: IT M.\Y .T/N I XNotico : .. s.ReIRA .. ......
quite shortcomings
i :: ,. Beach and Bathing Pavilion, are you gentlemen would i U hereby Ktre-n. It nN arMM.P U..I vMNA1IK u..,
.0 3. Airports-Land and Sea.* that exist and more acutely aware of the take your hand off me and allo\ tat I. TK M-IO t ....... Ibo ...- ..--= .
wile ..
r.llfned ExwuUw nr t" lAJrt .
: 4. Consolidation of County and. difficulties, financial -otherwise, that me to get up Hildred said in a 1 and T*.iam.nt of Ampere ('b.t ales TAiJlrtuaau
voice she hoped was flavored witha ( y I5 L I .. ro... d0.ea.d. r
known a* Amp ra .
City Governments. confront the publishers of a newspaper in nice spice of irony.I might attempt v k o rl- y late of )IQIlr ; & Community Auditorium. to solve the riddle for you." fn.. with... the ItoiMtrabl. Ra,.... :

. ; -. - areas similar to that which we strive to We" are only trying to help Hildy regained consciousness to fd two men borer over her. ., K."oU8'.rWa.Ix>r< (\>..nv. J.**.final. *t M ra.I-- ....-. ............
( my
: you. ... ........
ser\e. and appttotlon for my dlerMaaeas ...... .
- "Sure, Miss you're badly: ..hookwhy . . let for. It'd be lot a..clean r: further tkat asTaeeday. l--. ,
BesIdes safer.
the inbiONOGRAPII me a
all difficulties you you ..
: : Considering The bullet musta just Jnn .li. 1141. .r _a..a T.. era a. ,
up : get clear on my feet!" Hil"I'm not so sure of that." Hilyour ....... .
.. up. up .thereafter an I can bo . I w tie M lea
) : skin You have what
t : ,' production of a newspaper inKey may is dred struggled wildly as again dred returned. apply t. the aU Onvnty ........ torapproval .50 K .s4 .. -m
'.*T West -we'do: not feel l that apology called shock. two pair of strong hands strove to "You will be perfectly safe. I of mm'and for **n.l .*.- N5./... ...y ..
::4 To Our Citizens: : any. Hildred asremembrance a came keep her down. assure you." He had not missed charge as MM K.*_t_. /piit .55.w4. i51Is

I r I In these,critical; days'it snould'not; i is; necessary: for The Citizen. This does not she flooding might back. "I I was "You may get up. Though not the implication in her words. "As %).hated.t day at.f Key May.. W!>.1"rt. Fl.rwb.. tale ..w1Rat..... .. .. rw -
guess "
abruptly. 'There was slight Robin said it will be .... .... .. .
so a a pleasure
... w.R.r
however that much T Ie 4.l0.
mean not she admitted he If. "- .
we are scared You
: : see
t be necessary to remind the citizens of smile on the countenance of the to take you wherever you wish to Aa Kseriitnr of the tjaatand ... "N,- a awe.w .

I West that the churches' are pen aware of the" possibility of improvement.!? said if I alone didn't he would meet S0- Hret gentleman. "If we had go. Robin has been in my employ Te tam nt .t AlapC0.. 4's- .. =-- ,... n., r fir
Key Jimmy .
'' hot not taken this detour I fear you for eight years; he is a most respectable ., also known a of t g0 aebbi. ..... ..... ..........
Ia0 tr.p
I ) for worship every Sunday-and tomor In[ fact, Just as fast as support is "Just as I thought sir,"! ungentlemanly would have lost considerable character.And I am confident .Count. dee.*;.*.FlnrMo. . ,. asS- ... w IfIa A $ I i

:: avajlable, it is our purpose to enlarge the. one nodded his. head blood. As it is we he will vouch for me. if you Pubs-h.roe: mayZ<-3l) ;J nlOTICK .I'". Ms t' ...=. I
.: .
row fo Sunday. significantly. "The younger and to give you a lift back into town. insist. My name by the way is .,.. oJ die. Art I
.. THE ORACLE. contents of The Citizen in an effort to prettier they are the more tr.ouble. **I wouldn't accept a lift from Lucien Lanier." \ TO KKDITOIt" l aAsa........ .r I' t: I

make it more useful than ever to Its readers they get m.; t you under any circumstances!" "TTERE we are" Robin beam- nTH.: ("Ol'RT OF THK f .1'TT : I.plp AssttliR.tL ,
"Undoubtedly." The gentle Hildred tossed her head angrily. JLJL ed on her. He assisted her JIIMiR. HO'MOK CueT1. ) !
: and advertisers. man's tone was so convinced- "Now. Miss you donjt mean with the most elaborate care and rt.OKIO IX p110atTFl/1 .eiAIIM w. .......- It1a4S .
and "Let that!" The other man, she saw caution. all In re: E..tat. of .ie M.I l ..w.,.,.
: LIVING ON 75c A WEEK' It is of realize so disapproving. us "Everything right? SHELTOX BROWXH. ,
f necessary, course, .to ELLA -" I-ti-a.t.m
I hope." he added "that this will be now wore the uniform of a chaufthe chauffeur added anxiously : -- 0.-..... I
.: that newspaper, like a church, a school a lesson. To let Jimmy alone in feur. "We'd be mighty pleased to almost pleadingly.the : TO ALL ("R&OITnRA HAVUiO : j
future." , ,take you wherever you're headed (Chapter coatuimed. next pace) CLAIMS OR "E.IA?1 :4 A(V\I1PTHA \OTtral 1l._
:..: or a government,. can rarely exceed thee 1, TNII 455I arIt
. then
Everv now and we run across ;I* ESTATE: ........ ;

:; *nhrowback" to old times in Key West, ) intelligent demands of its readers and ad notified Yes and and each r*.t.of ird you t. vre are-btriby any e.LN.Ht'.j.j I

""J i and this one stemmed from an advertise- vertisers. While it might be asserted, froma WILL YOU SMILE? U.N. Facts and Faces SIAM claims either of and,....demandu. may ..wblrb.....agahSM. yo....or. 55 ALIM1 w: M..a...... ,I ITs !
I +. .a J
: ment published in The Citizen on Thurs- theoretical standpoint that newspapers I Illli1 ceaaed- Ali (..dIS.asd rase.w I
;* day. should dig more deeply into subjects now Question CTtip I l'l' i County Judas i>f Monroe fNMtntp.Klorlda. :=.'r/51a. eranat.... IoarNTw J
t \\\\l'0CH6aM\ \ M'N| I4f at bin offiev In Ibo lanrt ,

I Back 50 or 60 years ago, oranges, "as given hasty or superficial treatment, the >f ,, y-tf) I't Bon Florida_; of aaid within Connty ei at htMtmttr Key;: \ Woot->t..sad M*_f...S olr ell....v.a... -ari--MIIp 0of ..

t ;: big as they grow," sold in Key West at fact is .that a newspaper, like a business yielded Have you small-fry as a parent pressure, finally and I r, ( van** I pa monthx Miration from of tb*thin Shoe not.f if*Ib. nrb runt : :: W j_*. _In.ha'ess a.-5 =z 1

corporation must deliver the that ka1nli 'iII .. nball k. t in writing ..... .4 Ails. ,I S.a.ts. ..
I goods l
claim .ma.
;;.; three for a nickle. Fourteen surely as "big purchased a box of Kokonut U i roAlr or tae airs .f _04 "seCe t .r ....
Khali Mato
f and Male
J I a* they grow," were sold on Thursday for the readers desire doing, attracta Kwicks, the breakfast food of II:,|''ljT''> 1 /, I .reitldenee and peat .ff..-. ad.11a.. ......., tmtm at M> .1.ffk'.......**.o<.oao'on. **.. *
I the mighty? Have torn Ul S } I of tae rtaimant. sad ball boto .WVw '
29 cents, not so much more than the price following which makes ot profitable for you I f I t I by the elalmast..Ms aa MM. or I basso -t .... I'.I K.. W.".!,
off the sides and
box ( bottom '
in dollar business houses advertise in its coluhns. top I,1j i I l BANGKOK li, I ( lt11 bit attorney, sad_any mrti......>.>.oimor i =- fra :' t.;.:'Ct ,:.
; r the-day.-/'when a was a dollar. toots\ ;Accepted; 1 an/1 l jeqcJq} Sed j I I demand not rHed bo ........... 4 15Mir..

Beside: Thursday's oranges were not Unlike many business enterprises, the fifteen cents (no sumps. please). ? void Harvey Brown*. Jr.. eaShl d.-.. -bait. '- ..aIsa.
? s.dset.. .., ,b. .... .
J only large but sweet and juicy also. vast majority of .the newspaper i :; J5n the Forwarded Box 000. New it to York Kokonut.Kwicks, for'the maginificent'mu1IC1113Ted i ,j j ,tate Ax AdmiolMrator of .:J1a 141...._of Hrown Ibo 'Km. ........... ... .- ..AlinM .

f It was hard to' iletermlne"p'ne:-circumstance United! States; observe, in the fullest! de. ; plistiC 5W ,i .p..ay..U-:9j..n d.a.-s. -N 50 ..:..=. a?..
sad a.b w 4.5a.
My. -
1 in connection with the low price of gree a sense or responsibility to:the pub en-tube air-cpdled, wlistateh I\ I ill.d +.u.. ;,.. ..... a
G-man radio with built- w IN THK f IRCt IT COt HT WF TMHFL y...,
Jl oranges in Key West on Thursday, because lic. There are very few businesses! in the receiver: i dinmlio, se.J,: nili.ia.t ..\I.*TH JII>IIIL IHI i rr1 to .._...... ell IS.w'IN ... l{
in audibility combined with an. (... THK .triTe. : WF FL4 *I..'. ... ......._-, .t .4
I l = on the same day they brought the highest nation which attempt, while dependingupon automatic 'd ubIerohEtn\ ; t' PRINCE WAN WAITHAyAKON\ 1A M FOK ""\...: Owl NT'. 5.. Is -r... 4.'........ .

I .7 pi ices since March in .the' New York mar- public. goodwill for support and success graph-with RECORDS "You 4'Ht\I' 0 ,... II$3RiNCF..T 5.51 1-tt-5e:ls4e

haven'f Then, have neither' : SfAMf : SKKNTKS. nl.. hn wna
you o
li kot. or $3.75 a box. to publish news-.and express opinions . : \ 14KNTEDV : SkKANTIO4.1'aia. 1% THit ewe Ste M.....
small fry nor a rai&o'Key .... ... j .Wf. 1\ .... ...,- = f
% in in which at times, offend individuals or organizations { "t. ,
Nobody Key West 1885 arose a .... p" ....K .

t :-- to dispute an article in a weekly edition oft ,I which are powerful and in a I I t IJ JijUllUIIHIIHllliltlllllIlHlIll I ll The Kingdom?Siam,which reaches from .\ J..K'O SRRANTat!' l top.....
= the New York Sun, claiming a circulation position to inflict financial injury upon the West In ; Burma and French Indo-China fir south TO OF ri .l.14 'TIWN %0/TM tt TY I N"*tTe/N5 g
: -::- =- : .. .. 7 MtS. ........... ._ ..... ISati'le1.a .
oT of newspaper.So -'- ,";::= on the Malay Peninsula, has a history that Edna Jan twra.. % -
more than a million that a person could ... .... ...
)1 -- .. ::, .:. reaches back to the ixth century when ::a Market Street. : I.5d. s tRas.
_) : live in West 75 cents week. far as we know no person con- Gone : New lork New Turk ..
Key on
a Days the ancestors of the people wbo now inhabit Toil are ...r.h, rennlred to na- I Tee 4M .orb .f ...M Ira 5.. N
nected with The Citizen i is sat- oy ,'fim"ft! the land there from the north. Hill .f il .. n. .. .. .**.
The completely ! came to the mp4iM for
writer of the article with col- !: pear
; a Vii! [JTil'! !Ii!II!ell!! .
'' I i ,;{ : ,I. ,, .:U1.11111.,TIT!I.!II! One of the most of divorce In the al>oe ...>led ra._ 001r ftmtmn aM .....n4.i. s .... .. .- .roMb
::. umn on the front page and two columns isfied with it or what it gives to readers.. AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF lightly populated areas .. before tI.. ?th day of Jon. A. v of ll... t} > fco.. yMew ia
THE CITIZEN OF southeast Asia, Siam has 18,200,000 people wbo live on more than I). 1J4S. olberwU ,... al....aUo m .run. ..* Mm:<+.m rr.Kx ir
"m' on an inside page, piled on fact after fact The idea in mind and the ideal behind it i is MAY 22. 1938 f i, 200,000 square miles. Agriculture is the main occupation of Slam, therein will l>* taken an rwnfe.o.*. 4't RRT. I. Ike ..w". ,...... --I.

-. to how how 75 cents was sufficient to to publish the best newspaper possible ntirnimiHmmiimniiminimnminnniinyHIHllHlffMemorial :I Which each year exports huge lots of rice. Other important products Thin week Order fir four I* la rwnM-evvti b* pnhHlteo. ..e4t.a.ea rice 1.aM.... 4'5.15.swr I"sn P't ride M"e.t. AI' Si.4...M .

are teak, from areas of dense tropical forests, and tin and rubber. in Th. Key. wets. I'Hls S. a now*. (\r.4, N a.) weal 1n .,.... ..55.Is .
.;: maintain healthy life in Key West under the circumstances and to make progress services will be held 'I Slam's Representative to tbe United Nations is Prince \ Waitha- paper published In I he (tty ., Keynext. .lee. 151 .....-r ....155. fnm '
... tw ell IM faIslew ... ofiSlle
:.: Of course, it was not what one would toward a better newspaper just as!' fastas on Sunday afternoon, May 29, at : yakon. Her flag has two red. two white and a blue horizontal stripe.CALLING Klarwla.IMtNK AN I' <>RI.RRRi Ibto.... 7lb -.... 1.'a..b ..... ... -sedhla

Matecumbe for the veterans;; and ... .. day of May: A. f>. 194*. ...... M bb ."._. ..... _,
n I .* rail an ideal life unless. he was a devotee financial conditions permit. These,; unfortunately others who lost their lives in that I.I --- ----- - HAL) laci.... .4 ............ asd M
I Ro<<," C Sawyer' .4.i ao4MM
II of the The writer declared that wing depend upon others and are :
the .
w open. vicinity in Labor Day ALL 1! Your Clerk of the ClrraM Cowrt. a W o om I. I? 10to oioniKo ,
g :: ter weather was so mild in Key West it without the control of those "who make the ricane on September 2,, 19331.hur-I[r Horoscope Monroe cw...'". riultaBy ale ....... e. h/.. eses, asd aa'
took ... N blew w Sled
tad) Anne C LMicwofOb.HefMBty
\ r ; DRS. 'STEM .\'SON;I .. ...... .. ....
was really pleasure to sleep .in the open newspaper.Let i 1. i SATURDAY. MAY 22 1948- .
d Norberg Thompson returned ) Allan D. Clare JrSoiiritor pasel N Woo r .'.... bw.
rl .? and then spoke of comfortable beds of no one believe that The Citizen yesterday from Cuba; where he I t MEMPHIS Tenn.-(AP).-Persons !r As this day advances ,a more dar- for Pktlsliff.mays1tl6IPJsfl. I It* 4n* of 11.r. % I- 154e i

:: sponge clippings inthe rear or a'i the sides' finds fault with the people it attempts to had gone to, look over his pineapple i't patronizing ask for a" Stevenson clinic here, I'I't 't ing nature rises. There is eloquence SRN... A/I. .11a.11 w/rsrr R fHrr.' .._ I.aa.
fl crops on his plantations in I) ...... ..:. .f .M $.e.4
of And if it rained the serve. Certainly we make grateful please" or Dr. Stevenson, . .or r prominence and reputa- IN TUX riRdIT COLMT er THUKU.KNTH 1511 aM ?eeea/w.I1 .f tae
._, ,. sponge rooms. that country. He said the crops' I .ft Dint.4INrtfVOF ..... rrlN9' \...... .'... 4.
. Dr. Stevenson. If they want j tion. This should rise to FL4>..0'- IN .\\" .WHW V
t"! ? ftleepers, on being awakened, could go'un- acknowledgement of the many kind acts : were in excellent condition, and :. I I .
'" HOR.'ut."T" flit\tr.NT'. .
a surgeon, Dr. Edward N. Stevenson .........
of honor and attain
t' that cutting would i places a measure ,. )
I begin .
in a nBECL.n
tier sheds and of assistance that to us regularlyand E.I a
their come
( .; resume naps on or indrj'ffoods few days. > or his twin brother, Dr. I of wealth. Conserve the CASH; Al.e..ttai. Ae11N lerntrttr. .

L boxes. As for food they could we deeply appreciate the goodwill !* Malcolm Stevenson. would an- 1 I energies however, as this nature S.mlIkn.a. known anMRS. ws..I..II._..I .".!9 ,-..
I : JC$HN C\ss.
Q get all the vegetables and fruit they wanted that has been evident through the years. i As usual The Citizen will post swer. Then there's Dr. Cleo W. r often wears out itself out, and Malm iff. .
I election returns tomorrow I I Stevenson their brother, who ; there are indications that life v*. .% TMK M*. I "' LINT wr T ME
I:: at auction rooms for nothing. A fishing night | specializes in internal medicine. i be finished I LINDA. OREKR. .I'L. N.H' W%,M ... IM I.|. iMHirT
of local races the chief of which | maye just as suc- Itefendanln.NOTICK *... VMM eltlat. 11f. line and hooks could be bought for aIt Every minority has a tendency to : is between Bernie C. Papy and i!I l The twin Doctors Stevenson cess is attained.I TO %PPH. H "NI. WMIttiMOF 1" "%S. FOat w'wi111, Cwl 'T11M4'
have been confusing patients I ri .LI.O, .
, .! ?:1 nickle, and all the fish one wanted could blame the majority for its own mistakes. I Thomas S. Caro I several years. Now Dr. Cleo has I IN THB N\ME: ... THB T\TK OT tow I.sueJResiTTG
I I II I SUNDAY, MAY 23, 1948Thisi FU.'UtA ,
be from wharves. I 'I I their clinic and it's real i rRI.Mt% T'I. t
9 caught joined
, a is a day of security and To THB KEFENHANTHLINDA : : I "
Couhty pros-
I Judge Raymond R. affair. i : A. CRKER.! ,........... ...
family IelteiltlI
N After he summed up the weekly cost Lord excluded proceedings on:, Sperity. A kind nature a trustful unknownERNEST : AAMrICL -.

Saturday of ; disposition, and friends F RTE. renMebre. nw. op".M I ....'
, t of living, 17 cents was left to buy dear. I C. the will of Copeland I I i TODAVS who will show their many friendship knows.HORATIO ..... eliwpT1r
Miss Vivian Kellems of Connecticut Johnson who lost his life in 'I'j WALLACK RAH MACLOCOH. -
!Its ? Havana cigars at three for a nickle. the Labor Day hurricane at Mat- ANNIVERSARIESKnow in a substantial way Success inI T>7. (.'..... Ave IIIaI..I ?.....

ldhi . who describes herself as "a small manufacturer tecurobe The value of his es- I I life will be almost certain and sue Philadelphia, m.THB .. Ills'Mass

I": WILL EVERYBODY WORK? ," has advised the Secretary of the tate is placed at $10,000. ( America) ,f will be well deserved On the < ABOXK. IK LI VAifltTt. AMD PRAON ir asa. Na'. y......

I j 1755-Tench Coxe noted whole, a life is promised well TtK\n THE rX-' fN4>WfSIIKIRA ... Aaada ..W aIf/1,..
: Treasury that she is not deducting with City Tax Collector Sam B. Pin- I I Philadelphia political economist I worth, the living. TEEM. t CRANTKBfl>.;\'I KBK.. LJBOA-fM.1I 4n5 w.4.

'i : According to the Bureau ,of United holding taxes from 100 employes and does der said today he expected that I and publisher. born in I II I OTHER CLvAIMAXTW' "-._ a.4.* i'n. 1. .....

ftl .; States Labor Statistics employment not intend to do so in the future. the bulk of city taxes will be I phia. Died July 16, Philadel-I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS I KNOW r>KR THE KP011M&I,.. A.NO TM or.'1\ pea Ter, l...ilk..*...Mil........(............mitko ,.......I I. .MM5re. ...

( paid before they become delin- ] 1809-Charles H. Haswell first.1 PERSONS! : ... .. ,... .
the .
The of 1i Ie IM a5 .o MM
IH1'n records on part (Know America)
: :.: making new outnumbering. proper response quent on June 1. j I Navy steam engineer noted New I ALL VKR.S >N I HAVIMI 4* ...... 1IM *.> .f M_ t

aa . the 60 million record of 1947. Government,! ; the government would be to indict the |I York consulting engineer author i i George Baker cartoonist, au- CL.AIMINO INTEREST TO IS MAVR THC AJTT LLOWI.NU I.. ..... ..a.rwia. ,... .>....!...

f t: :" officials predict that there will 'be a million -' f fady,.have her tried and if convicted, pun Henry H. Filer and Pat Can- I of "The Engineers' Bible" thor of "The Sad Sack" born in ...\ >SLot : r /w. OwB WWI.
non opposing candidates for the : 1842 born in New York. Died Lowell, Mass, 33 years ago. Twealyo5. f 21 p of tb. T.w.- .Ilesee O .pa l- ".or orb4wuw.
,. .1: more jobs in 1948 than there were ished as provided by the law. Democratic nomination for congress | May 12 1907. Prof. Charles C. Hyde Columbia lto to the of Plat 1SLAMORAKA., thereof rocorodta.a.Illdblu .a.: T5 K.) N.y. ; ... i

:' art year. / < While the lady i is only repeating previous from this district made ad- < 182oWorthinLonYhittredge., ; University professor emeritus I'lat Rook On. U. at rage 4*, o. K.. 1i b '. '},

al -- f-', i denunciations of the law, probably dresv>es here Saturday night. i noted painter of his age. born of international law, born in Chicago Coonty.the public Florida Rerwrdn. of *e ro. DS1t1K ti1R.t. .... -
I ...) ....... ,Ill
jacI : Be very careful about making\ #prom- with an eye on the advertising acquired, W. M. I j, in Springfield Ohio. Died in 75 years ago. hereby TOC. notified AND:" EACHF sat a sS to.e..5.aIe1.i 1-'ALI
Egan, who N. J. Feb.
I was in charge Summit 25. 1910. t I Dr. Robert G. Sproul presidenti t M C -'
:: WA: some of them can be, colle ted JIJ 'there is no use to overlook her. She is not I I. of the Key West information bu- 1!. 1845-Mary Cassat eminent i fof the University of California CAllS T *sometimes** yss known y NRI'LAM aa ..... A 11 .4 1'10. : r.r w.. ....'-oofl0 ..

.n : court. above the law of the land and should suffer reau in Miami during the winter artistand among America's most born in San Francisco 75 years JOHN tbo plaintiff CARS, t. ...iet the title. of R- t-.. Crraoas In..s- ..
and .
is here friends. i to remove iruta ..,
visiting distinguished
etchers born in I"
.. the full consequences of her violations of clondn f"t.- .. tItle to tbo ...... Sr It ....... Jr "
I Pitt.>bur h. Died June 14 1926. ago.Clyde 5erelnabav .
a 4.sri5e4
Q w55 ape IM .., .
Brion Davis intl.It "
novelist J" '
I 4q Insurance Is a blessing to many peen the law. Mrs. C. E. Ward and Miss Margaret 1851-Emil G. Hirsch, eminent uo.r.e <"_..t,. FsIda. aM sae ae. .. . <...
I born at Unadilla, Nebr., 54 years hereby re..alre4 t. .... ply ..
pe) but it is also responsible for many When a man named Lewis recentlywas Dexter were hostesses at a I liberal Chicago Rabbi, ago. pearaace ftt iSle .... N N b...
meeting Thursday afternoon in sscholar and civic worker born .... 2lt day ot May. mi, otho <.......q. 1.-. . .
g r fires and for some deaths.. accused of violating the laws of the the Public Library of the Key !'in Luxemburg.* Died Jan. 7, Noel G. Sargent, secretary of aUc.atto. .. of. tho MM .f rota'plaint ARM HAJIe
the National I* MM uH -H1 Wo *.%.. ..
eti Iai" land there were thousands of Ameritans to. West Junior Woman's Club. 1923 Association ofi confessed |>T y..uiriRclITO TRIUMPHCOFFRE

.:: Women may make up a very important rise up and demand that he be punched Today The Citizen says in an English 1859-Arthur creator Conan of Sherlock Doyle ; Manufacturers. Wash 54, years born ago in Bellington 'alwl this.H"KT ftt". 4a''BAL. Or 'Hff. I.H .
dt 4 part of this nation, but it L* i interest- lest the law and the government be editorial born. 1 Ro 9'awT.r. "
con paragraph: Holmes Died July 7, Douglas Miller novelist bornat n"l.rk Choey: (Awl. MILL

U J InK to observe that "pa" Ls in the midst of demned. The question now i is, does the The Wagner Act is not as 1930. II Fayette Iowa, 56 years ago.*KTfroiR ....... t .?. .t .

taxpayers. law apply to ? popular in Florida as the{Murphy Laurence Olivier. English act- b.rla, Holland 5lrlN.s4'
:: a woman
a AH
. t Subscribe to The C; zen, or, born 41 years"ago. Solicitors for ,"'IM",. Croerr

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: f The"Santost Dumont Airport J f f.. The po alatioD''pi Ireland was

# w-s: : Rio de Janeiro was built by I II ,[close ta the 8 million' mark ii
V'N1ej | pushing a mountain into (Quaaw jI |(1.ZI,5ttom which it fell to 4's

II ] I I bar ground.Bay and ilstU'Unf the. million lion 1901 end. ome 3 'mil_

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K4iftheii. Harris APPEIJOUTtfS'
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&..- t GefMlmrdEverything -Crippled' There' was'' slight have Robin" pun up-this, is the .j The Store Of Fashion |
Is dandy. Mildred disbelief in this exclamation. place. The clinic Is on the second .
Waived ... "Except I dont be- "Jimmy was born with a severe floor of that corner building I .
...". !'". thanked you yet. Robin handicap.' she tried again. "One "You know,"he said with a smile I I .
let all you've done for me. This i ita lee snorter the foot badly twist. that was almost friendly. "you I
a perfectly beautiful bandage"! eo. It could have been corrected really ought to let us take you to j
MM indicated the wrapping about j if- taken in time. Tin a county a'good doctor or a hospital. That I GRADUATION. TIME
nor upper arm. nurse. Onen'we'cannot do much wound'of yours should be propi i .
but we usually can do a little. erly dressed*
It waa a pleasure MU*-a rare Unlessshe finished ruefully."we ,I a
&r"u"rRobin assuredner. "We have a very good doctor fit -15-
'..r"NU"La"t. meet such strong resistance asJimmy' the clinic** It was a good thin
grandfather put up to
., rllmbed In to sit down In Randy Doctor Randolph Baird.:
head of the clinic had not beard
day."Why GFT.lME.
the lonneau beside Hddred. It waaangh didn't you send someone that *My awn will be taken ca.eof.
time abe explained, she else. Miss . I am sorry but. I I assure you." -
UMMtghlMunsay do not know your name.
U twelve yeara old." "Mildred McNauchten.she ."Well then suppose you have K
she began aa the big car purred made it a* brief as he had. "There dinner with me tomorrow eve-
down the tone. .. of I is no one else to send." ning,So that I may see for myself E I'l' had that that arm .of yours has been
toad. "It was his who' She was glad that they
look a shot at me. He had warned reached the edge of town and properly looked after. I'll have .
.... he would. it I came back would soon be at her destination.She Robin call for you here". at the ..
.,alft.nwn said "I'd like to be put out clinic around five-thirty.. \
; why on earth did you go at the next corner please. And. "Well. I. . I guess that will be
1 .f= even If you don't want my thanks all right." Her 'acceptance was AoI oi
had to." Hildred explained -I hope YOU won't think me un none too enthusiastic or even gra- i .: .
simply, U not too lucidly. Jimmy grateful. Why I owe you my very -cious. I ('t,."" ...
is aueh a dear little boy-and life. Mr. Lanier!" Apparently'it not only satisfied
steam too. But his grandfather "Hardly that Yet. perhaps, I her .escort it seemed to amuse ; : 11 3
-he has no one else- shall claim some small portion of him. i i'y .... .;.
works him ao hard and he wont your life. Miss McNaughton. **I assure you," be bowed grave- a ". ..' -s ._.
Wt Jimmy '00 school except She thought that an odd thing ly in taking his departure "that
.hen the authorities come after for him to say.She did not exactly you will be perfectly safe-if : :: : \
tgrssj and he even beats the little like his saying it. "I never forgetan that is what is bothering you Miss ;: i
f eUow-1've aeen the marks on his obligation: I shan't forget this McNaughten. .
IMJUT little crippled body ... one. And now if you'll kindly (Te eoatinnrd ) 1T'rnperuiur's I '

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The Weather Ii I' I : '_ e.f.:.:i:.. ;+< ; ; J 3

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i t C 7:30. A.M.. E.S.T. t .. : : i

Key wee It Vicinity: Mostly fUitUon- 1 y
.-*...], this afternoon and tonif Atlanta 67 .' ei

M: Sunday cloudy with' Billings 6.1 M
". Little in temperature.tlentle Birmingham ..__ _' 63
to moderate variable Bismark ._. :-. . 53
w ind*. Boston ___ . n .-- 4-4 Make Her Dream Come-True
, Florida, : Fair nosh portion.I Buffalo .___;':,__ ..n__ n 46 -.
fwrtly rlowdy with portion town Charleston _. .. ... h 71
and &un' ht. Sunday partly Chicago "-__"._'__"- 47 Select HER GIFT at
rlowdy with few showers extreme Corpus Christi ----'- 7/\
atowth |...tMM Ute IMllw",.. Little t, Denver .. .. ._'__. _---.h .n. 48
rhange in temperature. Detroit . .. __ __ .__. 411
\ Ckst Gulf uf Mexico Ac Jackson ,I EI Paso ._- ____ .n. 69 t The Store of Fashion

ville thru the norkla Straits: Golvcston ..___.__ .m. 13 4
Gentle to inudrrate winds to- 73
Jacksonvillef :
...,. tonight and Sunday mostly ,i Ka'waa City ___ .. 62 May We Suggest. . 3'
wrtUily over north poition andest.rly KEY WEST ..........._._. .._ 77 I '
a vef south plI"' ..". Partly I Key West Airport .. .. _- 76J Imported Haad.Made LINGERIE. TOWNS and SLIPS . '
rluiMly weather with scattered .. nt"f'les .'...n"-. __ 50 Also SLIPS. GOWNS and PANTIES by Vanity Fair . Seam- ;
sawed uver extreme south por- Louisville - - _ 51Miani proof and Artemen :SLIPS . Lovely;iOUSECOATS. SLIP
|M. Kwnda* : . 65 : PERS. POCKETBOOKS and Various Other Items that wouldbe
Jacksonville ta ApaUchk-uIa: nfteppolis . .. 56'
' Graduate
r N.* small craft rw sturm warnings Memphis .. 70

bat. tm.strod.. NewOrleans. ___ 68' .
i New YOlk .; '.. _ .. 50
ReportKey t.'. .. r"plO"'''' Norfolk . '57 Shoes of Nationally-Known Makesfor 3

West FU. May 21. 1949fDteervatioa Oklahoma itr- . ---!, .1-1. .
taken at City Off w*.I THE NEWSPAPER CONSTI. Omaha _. a':. ..s _.. ,,..L 'I &0JJ.nsa ; ALL OCCAJilOX5Dre"'pQrt and Street Wear.
.JO A.M. ESTI: TUTJON. published at Lawton. ? 1 j
TemperatureHighest ''I Okla. say it hs "indisputable Roanoke .-- ...-. : _vSt. 54 ,-
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yesterday t% pr..." that this aged man is Louis 56 RED
LW. M lat sue hi "2I Jesse James, the celebrated San Antonio 71San
M.aii 3 utlaw who was reported killed Fraftf"iseo 48Seattle
Norm 1 89yrertpttatia by Bob Ford in 1882 The news. 5-1 APPELROUTH'SIARONOVITZ
t "I paper reports ha came to Law.ten Tallahassee 67
T"4al lat 24 IMUIS -M Iru.', four weeks aso from Cen. Tampa '1'>1

Teal this innntli : .U in*.'i terville. Tex. where he was Washington 50

r IVfariemr this Mmnth I. 4in..I knewa as Frank Dalton. ..
I T.U llhia -veer 11:11 in.. #.... . . !
I K,re a this )ear IoU ins. .iJ'IS.UILE -- - -
WILL } ? .
t ....u.9.M HumUltrat A-M I III Plenty of New ,BRASSIERES I

I II Poor ChoiceAsked
t In Three of the Leading Makes
Barae .... I
flea Level Sill AJ4.2H i what he thought of the Life lira
I ins.-IB 10.% mU. two candidates for the .
I r Maitloii Form HruIVrniaLif
T........*. Aluac enlightened voter replied. J- .
KuiuUrMunte 5:40 a.m.t Well, when 1 look at them I'm S t lira
1:01 p.m. thankful only one of them can

........a- ':o.i p.m.:*et elected. IW

i ........t 537 ..m.i New lift 8.ul lure
Full U..... Way I *
. TIDES \vllh glamorousJfeS

Naval Base) I
.Kat tn XUndard Time NURSE I sus g
Hifk Law II w -
9M ..... 2:52 a.m. I By KATHLEEN HARRIS I
tl*? p.... *.** P-m
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Station: Key WestTtmeetHsitM \ Acquire shot look of h& htened glgmor unmsd'iatelyirh

; of __ x with life .... a.cau> the clever qvillcd cushions
.i'ttliti Tide |hl I"waterIaUa
HondaNidfe I n ," Lift Mold Correct. Hold-oil of one.No other bra
) -Oh 10m 0.0 ft i I 5
( x does to much for you.lst our fitters prows this soon.
iii.... Keyrast 4 fr\ i
( end +2h JOlla
lire MAS.
Lira Ct.k'a
Oh 40ni y $1.23 TO$3.50
Handy Ho nt)-
C...... Channel
north end) 4 Zh lOIn -.1.7 ft Za x

(-)- tBua si.n: Correctlotu
!. be Miblf 1* IW rat i* ruiirfts ljo iu Black, \t idle, Tea Hoc and Blue . ISjIon, Net,

(..)-Mua n: Correct ions lt I l>I\/\v5 Itroadrlotli and Linen . No Limit . Also Laifre.Size lira, 38 tu 42
be acklcd.ftuvlrt

eta-llDUt. I NOW SHOWING I'ntlel Shaduir
/tw1-htanut.. Dr. Rondelph laird was head i i.v. A NEW SHIPMENT of ORGANDIECHILDREN'S T ti'o-Piece

(lU-rl'd. I .. heels in loss with Mildred BEAUTIFUL TcUoTone
McNoughlen his able little
I" Russia."' a rullective I I nurse and assistant but he opp.orsd While Sheer Rll'OUGraduation
tart is a "kulhui. so engrossed in his profession DRESSES
I almost took an
: Jw the FLUFFY STYLES for .
?1 earthquake I* make him show Grammar School Graduates FOR GIRLS
j her how much he really-Uvedher. DRESSES FROCKS These Make Timely Gills *

I, prsi Paaaaon.tB It Is only after HiWy becomes 1

Iwciert Lanier deeply, handsome involved, wealthy with Here You Will Find WHITE SHOES fG.GRADUATES -

playboy, that h* wake up. .lively Shoirinp tt/


VISITINGNURSE Light and Pastel Shades I Freeman anil Nnnii Rii!>h SHOES for .MenDFPART1MFNT

i Sport COATS . Sport SHIRTS ia Cool Mesh Materials
11 IEN'S . New SUMMER Lightweight SUITS and TROUSERS

to- Today 4\Vir Serial in The Starting Risen CHAS. ARONOVITZ, Department StoreKey

... t.....:vp1'I1Mr.4'... sit ,.tss.NiaJMr 1 eta ssaw .- JI. \ 'ed'. Largest S'ores ] .

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MOLJNE.. HL -CAP). At first, '
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My. .
window for the ....
the boys gazing'through the ;
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of tavern here thought ...
t a altTEe P R w wctn.&waLLckrACi .
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,. I they were seeing things. And whim
..... r taws tt. h ewes
they were; .y.l'tJMw..t. eeje'. ,... b... ........ .A."f ee sass
I A team of horses dashed out "U be 1..rtM la n. t'NIa.e at. ease s .... .... '
.t S wail hr ..ra eseN1
ft rata a .
of an alley.. They cut across the .tutos.aet tae t---- .* .
I sidewalk; knocking off the rear tat ttret II +.!*. r to.* I* .: !y
'1'11. Pate for 1.raRae. .,.. e. .. .. ..
wheels of.the wagon on the curb weTL.asl n. ntnrsw case, ... .'alai m at. .-1
sideswiped an automobile: and I th. firM u.1'1 .weraaJe .... ., .w11si.. .

toppled a stop .sign' before they y ...

.. ,. .. .' came to a halt in a tangle of I .Jltt..... I. Mr: +Ned ...... ... /e...1af h..nat .
'. Ii' I wreckage. Police dug out 1872 oT ". .r error la ............. ....... .e .slsee__ 1'lreepoestai..a17 +
dinances and charged the driver far CIM.fIrIit ........ r ........ -
unattended. I I I .N.r a..ees' eery a ..atwu..w '11..... isparr'
: with leaving horses =
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or the a eru. l else.. tits w*..
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CARD THANKS I - - - - - - -- - - - -;-- ...

,. We desire to express uri FOR SALE T"MftE
jI sincere thanks to neighbors and t
friends for the many kind acts Bungalow small store MMtaC ?1 ,wtw ..-.. ....
I shown us in our late bereavement -, and lime grove on tsar ..slots N9i ..... 1ti.w N....

'\ the death of our son and size SO x 120" ecfc. M laud 1 9tls.ew.wst
brother Claudio Torres and for section. This can be beu.... ..

( l the beautiful floral tributes.THE . easy terms. Johnson it Jsw- : c.w. ..... .. ..... .

FAMILY. son. Phone 372. maylt-tf| rise ...... ..
. may22-ltx A.-. ...... _.
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t Plumbing suppne complete -
: ,, R I FOR RENT-ROOMS stock. Plastic tHe. patott ai .
: ,. .... ... '1>
'brushes. Murray's Plumbic,.i o.t b/rse a.ii ee 1l4t71 at
OJ"I I Light housekeeping rooms., $5.00to 1532 h1 W, find Street. M*..UJIa. erC.wrer.s.r.
'J. $15.00 per week. 411 "Wil Phone 7-3421. ..,1-" $5L It
ODIE SHARP. 60. foreground). lies dead,In. a'hobo:jungle at 4 liam Street may4-lmdx. N. iPla.ett
Norwood.. Ohio. after a free-for-all fight. :fellow-hobo(upper : I'CODdWoIL
... 1418. A4riM
-m. tint
; left) sits on the ground and looks On apprehensively.:. Nineteen- I Furnished rooms. $625psi ,
U-Dn e-..... >ir[
year-old Carl Fleischer of New Albany lnd..lights the cigarette $7.50 double. 626 Grinnell St..may203U. Garrison .. u-1t1r
Bight ,
;'.: '; :of another jungle inhabitant 'Police arrested young Fleischer -I I. . .
I a for questioning in connection with Jhe fight. This picture was4 t .41D..l.a
.i. lIlt ... 1M.
t..Reasonable. .) '
: rnad.-by.. a.police photographer after the'fight.. 1 OVERSEAS-HOTEl. 1 . ;. mfcJWl"1.. i
..,.. . -_.' __ .__ 1 917 Fleming Street- I.'; ,"'-
'I -, r- --- ::- -- Weekly Rates

: Father And WONT LEAVE RUSSIA $8.00 to $10.00 without Bath Niaincb electric laiL. 9M.erty Dsk- slur.
? : I $12.00 ,to $15.00 with Bath '. .&; Co. 84. Othrto, -- w r w hl .l
*' .. raaylO-q Pa.e er'I 1597. MMRound'end'gospel lt-1[
: ; fIt'cuirsr thls
: DaughtersMake : '
5 .1 Bs_
FOR RENT teat M x 8b:
F A fireproof, stcel-etad. Mwrf __
;: : . Housing Team I I Two-bedroom .house furnished .tb.ree weeks. Inquire Cs-.r

.. 't 1212 Pearl Street. Phone:223-J. politan Grill or c...... .....I last ewaciYen
'MEMPHIS. Term.-(APJ.-TWO I may22-ltxI Rev.. Suva. rwe.ll/->MsPublic !43 WWI.. Meet
sifters and their 80-year-old .
; f3jhcr are busy building houses. i I One efficiency cottage. -Also one Service: II you wt p r- '
hr+-e-in the $14,500 class. .. Cs.e.esst pia.a. try twrtMi1
j three-bedroom apartment Children SoDa]. honest sober an4 CMscientious -
1Irs. Evelyn Jehl gets up early |I accepted. Apply 1306 Di- plumb t erwa e. hot >rt awlSr er aSn
: in the morning to order cement I l >It1a.a jst.Wt..ARKsi.
i vision or Phone 542-R. -' me prove you can *et M. PtseaseY .
r Her sister, Caroline '
Meadows I may22-ltx ..853. v --
pays off the carpenters plumbers i ..mayl-sat-ttrts-.s4ta .

and painters in the family kit- Store to let. 35x60. At 218 Simon- :. wit sse. MW-IS PAylt.CB .
; And their father. J. B. _iAtslsl.w Ill Ai
'yeq e { ton St Call H. Altman. Phone Fob SALE-USED CARS I
Meadows, handles the other ,an-- v f" 682. ma r21-tf ...... ....' L'att.
:;. i, . gles.
... t The trio teamed up .before thoZ i WANTED TO RENT laleraatloaal panel track sew I ...... "' .
.. war in construction business but kit rubber good mechaakal co.dt-I ... dr....Upswa. t. rcasI
'J *"* 4;,"Mt, Now they've started again. Navy officer with family desires lienPbone. 1042. ....... Araireswt ,titles I'
THcy. already have completed f three bedroom, unfurnished eawrgtti ward rnt... des .
1 two homes, three are nearly finished house. Willing to sign long- }938 .P. kard. Good wstels.aies! aw+ a11.. wpe stwk, .,..,
ft and five are in the plan- ,'lt .I term lease. Phone 790. Extension condition. Call 1"9!-U. 114-. sit tii. .4"-"
:: v: rung stage. .. ,r r 251, or write Box P-6. c/o ,:West Poinciana. ..,.21"* M _.AIt :::a. MU'Co i3tN
1 I. r .1 Citizen Office. mayl7-6tx Itch ...... sriw- .. t,4r. I

,: : ,,.'IES- 'S.uContinued IITInIr .. IWO Byick, ape 2.... .....! It.
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.Call-lloo. Exfuwton .f. I ,
: } FroriTRgc'ptxpf1 J FurfAsheh house. 'KaVal officer, *
., + his head was reported 'to be STATE DEPARTMENT wife and one child. Phone 790. -t. Lr.T ..i I'- ...... ..'....1
:. .s .ul ihtly..better today 'by 'Muniti.e -'!' in'Washington-says Sgt.,James I extension 320. may213txm --5- ......... as.l wtwwe ..tb. r rLa

.t..CP LHa4iiL . s L I Iij. [ M. McMillin 'above). ,21' for' FOR ,RENT-COTTAOESFumiihed. .gust-Id
4.. ': ).At. the sane times reported :i merly of::Boulder Colo.. has WANTED TO BUY ..... ........., S In l Aids 415
*that the bullet cost Mesa'the *' tree >haeet a.t ... .
sight refused leive' Russia nd .. I
to return new one- .*m 4tage. -
, : : of.his righ eye. Physicians are i to 'this, country. The department I Will buy complete toilet Phone near beach Adult ....... -
said to be trying to savethe sight i iofj attributes the youth's 4 i 8905. may22-2tx only. No pets. The Price Or***. t .AT NIl MIX
his' Wt i ;
t eye. t j i, JIf8I'ftK m* tIt"I".
', .Kosa passed a quiet night and action to his infatuaion for a I t WANTED POSITION ization.. Phone Realtors.124. 4ft HiiiJiHSi. >>-1M Ac-.pi' rAlittt t ('p1Na
,. Russian married 'woman described I
this -
)'morning appeared to mayll-tics-tMur..M-t1 ./ Aria c re
authorities said. Iei|!I as."an experienced Russian i Sober and reliable painter wants I .... ...... ... Ilwtrraret 4Plerti
slightly improved, the hospital agent" McMillii has been I job painting. Can be seen after Will offer I"< .

-r- I j i a member of the U. S. militaryi i 5>> pi at 1107 Varela. t_ FOR. JUJt1'-APAftTMEHTS j. p.hhc .. rt-..t t.>. t.
I1EWEY LE.XDING :j l attache' staff Moscow.. I, may22-3tx sad ...* dr h', .. kttseetwrl 4tI
(Continued Frori Page One) I i I t i-nishbk aparttsewt 2 sw.A a tkaaw iFSr ..t 't>'
His leaders declare thatfhis ma- !i I HELP WANTED-MALE ind bath. }Iaid... jMIiIw Narae l>...* C.ap'> KV
JOI ity. will go wellvt ver 10,000 No Excuse /ervice. linens and tetMiske r ... eutlr nt >a.. i s'dw !,
xvhcn-all the ballots are'counted. I Porter. Permanent job. Overseas furnished. Summer r'to*' ew-I d ..... 1t .*
Returns have been slow in coming IOLA Kan.-Arthur L.. Barnes Hotel!,. 917 Fleming Street iJ Hotel Apartment. .... A.1Il.'i
in from I may21-tJ Post Office. may 21 !a' y...
country districts.It a city street department em- .... M' host
is the fourth tilt Dewey and r. IMC b 1'ot..
toHlt )
ploye, $3 traffic.
recently paid a :
Sta-sen have had in.,their efforts Make $20 a. day! Complete line Eflicicocy apartflwnta ; ulili-I ....... OMertu ("....4. _
.to get delegate td'the Re- fine for illegal parking without, door name plates knockers ties furnished. Adults Mty. Ala 41 toTMM> Kiss t,,.
publican convention to argument. I Sleeping $166 .t.. .
be held numbers. Catalog available. rooms. to I/ V.tI CH IStaitoto. **- i
in Philadelphia next month. Stas- "I should have known that 'No I Hubstamp 355 Congress. Button double. Stutz Heei. 4W Fke-, twtw tIrw U"") f1.c. I..
.. cn was the victor in Wisconsin Parking' sign was there, I paint- i Mass may22-ltx ing Street -s'T. I4..wNr+r.r. M.- :: Do'

) .' New. Hampshire. antl1feb.-aska. ed it." Barnes said. t .. yell light II).teat .. t
a. ; -- : HELP WANTED-FEMALE Furnished 2 1.2.nMMr. atNrI'1l1uFI. of Iu.Wnwa. hLt. , 1 ,
HIS LAST BIRTHDAY P\HTY-U.\11IE: Utilities furni 2..s.- .....S I wake n''fJ'4' .-.a.

: ,_,...,...,r.. h f Position available for saleslady.Must monthly. Couple .....,. .!..... bath tab .tM

be typist and correspondent 915 Windsor Lane. sssyl-M1 .... Male. \ . 'I

.. .," . Collins, 505 Duval 5t.may20Stx. ...... e....... tW'Q sttcices

.' .;' .I'I'V New apartment cwde.ed ..... igttle .clsR hriuawW ,

I I electrical refrieer U.*.. ........t e61u4aic ,..fn.. "
Ladies spare or full time, selling. uous hot water. PMIwll. -.r alias T.i/tgc ..
/1 $1.25 per hour. Write T.G.. c/o iiiay lD-K ........s for tKrv.

i Citizen. ma}20-31 I .i' 14' S 31' r.iv" ",Lte

New .. rrrer with all t*. .
: STORAGE modern funsidad .. .
"T at. a.i ... .
ment. Couple only. .WS -..... .
Phone SI fn. ::
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Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor MartI- tc
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commercial. Phone 798.
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mayU.UREFRICERATION For 7 months er lenwer. a4 strw- fwrnfrnt
mer prices: Key Wet' 3 antsrt
beautiful apartment 2 bedrooms twsi-e 4fv > it
31s-trait fresh a'" t, fjUrf

I Holbook Refrigeration Service kitchen., tile Near b ocewi.$. atN-efectrir IMC Vernon ...... ..,3Tar.

domestic and commerciaL Work Ave. CaU Apt. 3. _w I. S'i
guaranteed. Free estimate on mayflMsLwgc rvM .t Pto ilU Bl i

complete overhaul. Call 724-W,
: I -
efficiency ayartmeM. Hol | ..... es n., It, fI !
i 6 0C MISCELLANEOUSWashers 1 and fold water. JiIorf.;..*..... he ssd Shit St i, f;

Private bath. Rcsa.-I ale. TWr. I ...... P 0 Box h.9lthswe ,

.. irons vacuums and phone 757-R. between. 4 a4 S. .... tTIII' .
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fans repaired. OBriait Phony -
1164-&L U

For guaranteed plumbing and re
ss pairs. Free estimate. Cal Key West Floor Covering

John Curry. 512 Margaret St

Phone 781. mayl-tf 132 DUVAL STREET PHONE

Swedish massage, 5 treatmentsfor Ilea Just Ban .f/'/H>m4**<

$13.00. Phone 575>> for appointment Exclusive Distributor
in 1

L ;- LOST may7-6i /or Key

(.\ )'hutu) Billfold. Keep money, but return "Kentile" ASPHALT TIL
TWELVE YEAR-OtD LAMAR CLARK (right) of Atlanta. Gas billfold and papers. Frank A.

gets ready for his first-and maybe last-birthday party with Wheeler. 631 Southard St Telephone Maker of the finvtt tHrttileJ olera
200 cakes and 2.000 guests. He has cancer and his mother says I i 504-W roay21-3tx ,

his death is "just a matter of time now." So the Exposition Cot I I Including White Bille (S'IJrJ
ton Mill which employes his parents. arranged for the party. Box .with 20 cartridges. Finder

With the boy are his sister. Judy. 2. and one of his prized birthday j return to 915 North Beach and.
: a.Pekingese"dog. i receive. $1.00 reward. CALL US for FREE ESTI I-1
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,.I Ir!: !: l TROPICAL TRADER :: WHERE TO BUY IT- ''sad,certain A r*product is doubt or H as serrke to whu Is* needed THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU s

Motor Court : : .....................!I..........11 .....A**.* f N. ..... '.......: a1111a1a11111_ 11.IIS. .tj1...........N......... !
: PHONE 1000 : \
: 909 Siuionton St.Ow : :If I IQ FWlrinal WE REPAIR TTI l' : : POOR OLD CRAIGService I!
: etsKi* Management : Nice Se I edlon.of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : t WE .SELL I.'fl| ,. .: .: .:: :

!..: I ftENMY FERNANDEZ Plenty of_ Action Toys for the Children : Si We Will Call For ud DeliTe a: ._ WHITE STAR : :: Station
: Serving. . \i/ M Years'Experience la Electrical Work ,*,, .,! : .: :
: SEEoraM Electrical Appliances : CLEANERS J. BRADY. PHOMT S1U :
: BREAKFAST. 8 !o 11 ... H.. Maaagct. ..
.r .LtJlIC1tE01i.11t30 to 2The ,. ..4.,.'...'....._.. .........._.................... .. .: ;(LCQ/.j.'. .:_" .211.Duval Street. .. .J....... Mesa. Jr. Prop. : : Francis sad Dtrlsloa Streets :: r
liSi DI1p/ER I to 8:30 : :...................................*........... .. :. ELECTRIC :.: ': 701 DUVAL STREET '., Tires Tubes Batteries .. Auto Accessories .: II
Brit Steak "'''.i, ; :a 122. SIMONTON STREET aad Deafer"rf
: HOME\ .SUNDRY STORE : :......:..............\t........................: ... ..- .:: ':.... .Tour......k.........GASOLINE....................e. .
.. Wrt At Ord.n All-Hours Seadwkhu .. ':: : ................:...-.:;:................._- ...: : Dry Cleaningand ..........................!.................. K
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.. TROPICAL Try Our Frasen :. ..: H "*.**!Your Patronage m-rited" .:' .:. PR1THAR D .: i RUSSELL' -:. ::. Z/.-HOUIi Pressing SERVICE : RADIATOR. SERVICE. :. ...
. Sr at It. S t : : ':. Free Pick-Up and ': : :
I'ZJU!. .."suninJAht 7. 'i ICs C;ream .Proprietary :. FUNERAL li ;. o. D.1i.errS.nlce '. : HOW AVAILABLE. :
........................... .: Sick Room Supplies' School Supplies : : -: SUITS for MEN ': Rod Cleaning' 9'Repairing and Flushing :
: Toilet Preparation and Article ff'! : : HOME :*: 1106 OLIVIA,STREET .: ..: 'and WOMEN : .: AUTO AND :. ,
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I :. : : MUMFORD and ROSS :. .. Who' Serve. Best- ; *e Specializing Jin "....................... :........... .....-.- .....!..................... ..

I.. GOMEZ 1 .! _r __"0 DUVAL STREET-- .. WE 0 HAVE- NEVER- :'... . .... ." ......:........:....-...- ...:..................... a..s

: Exclusive' Monroe Distributor : .:. BETRAYED A TRUST J .j. :: ': CAROLYN DEAtrrY \, Ie
: FURNITURE CO. : County forCarrier WOmel-'S'alld ;
WE NEVER WILL : '. .. : : i ,
: TJO DUVAL STREET : :: AirConditioningfor .: : : : ,: :: LOPEZFuneral '.: : 0..',.... Hotel. 313 Fleming St. ..'I I
: Jut mile FiiniittireFURNITURE : : ; Ambulance Service :: J Children'sApparel i: ; .. .: ; DONALD BARBER :
__ : IIUUSL ) : S Domestic and Commercial. Use : : 548 : .: : ; : . ,
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> Telephone : : l Service : We InScalp
: : 133 PHONES __ ISO : j .. Specfofize t t..
.. ...."?........................................... : Merer Sleeps : ". : ..." Established 188S .. .. . Treatments- Hair Dyeing .
:. PUitk" Inlaid BroaiUtlt CongolcumAxmljuttr .......... ........................................ :...... ................ ..i....................... :. > : :: Phone 175 at; TTr9.... HBMCWK WAVES coma : !\
: .....*............................. ....!... .: .Licensed Funeral) : & .. ..t.-..... rsaaa..e..r. .........

: RADIOS andAppliances :: .: HOTPOINT Electric :, ':... ': Directors and ; '...., .............,..' *.*...-....-........ .....\
: RangesRefrigerators.Disposal A MYERS -
. J. Embalnicrs24Hour.1 '
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and 'Electrical AppliancesWashing :
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Machines for Immediate Delivery LicensedPAINTING
: Terms Arrsagcd"OPEN : .: in All Branches' .
: TILL 3:00 P04.MOM. .. : : .. : . '.: : Ambulance .: : Thoroughly Experienced, ) : :.
: and SAT. : 5 APPLIANCE : Contractor ':. :' : OperatorsSort :

................S..... 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE. 11 : :. : ':: Service : : .. :XJcd'ExclusivelyPhone I .: .
:................................................ : FREE ESTIMATES ALL,WORK GUARANTEED :. .. '., Water : s
Telepbon* 9127, 114 Dural StrMt,Jeffenoa HeM Phone 135 Night MSKey 637 536 Fleming SUMarion's :
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: PRICE TOURS : :: Key West Garden & Lawn Supply : When You: Want FASTER, BETTER : i...................... .Forme"Customers. Friends and the Public Invited '

:: Passenger : :3 314 FLEMING STREET PHONE" lOll :, FLOOR SANDING .r r West Fla.SOUVENIRS. .' ,i Frances Beauty Salon i ]

a .: RepreaeautiTea : :: Full PET SUPPLY. Line On Old or New Floor*-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : ... -- Fruices.Park. Owner

.sr Full t GARDEN Guaranteed Work Modern Method i. i 1010*GRINNELL STREET i
: | Line : : Culture in all its //MUM :
: FLORIDA EAST ; Courteous Service and J DOUGLAS TREVOR |. :... CONCH SHELLS :. Beauty reatmenw.: _
: : Delivery. S. Permanent. Scalp
COAST RAILWAY ,. ................ ..............*.........****.... ., 1829 Harris Avenue Phone 1374-R :. : AllSises : Facials_- Shampoo -Manicuring : -
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Ia .. Vev Located Hex 5 /.u'I. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeInsurance. __ ..........e............................. *:! ..S COCOANUTS : ...........................................................

I. : DR. COBOS : : Save 20% F. 0:: Marl; I and Top Soil : CASA CAYO :
: : ondwellings. :::Landscaping. ., : 'i SPONGES ,. : HUESO ':\ e
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OFFICE : household by INSURING withAtlantic : .. :. .,,t,TOf.Ott.;; ..S& 0 PER YARD or 91JM PER SACK : :.. : BEAuTY'SALoN
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:. .nJBMBIO STREET IJUv and'personal > : I MARL HAULED.$54)0) for"YARDS : Will Ship to Any Part :. "Southerajnos" *;Hours'.in"
ef L. Concha HoW : .u..... Mutual Fire Insurance: Go. :. Also,. Lots, Cleared. . and Marl Spread Very. Reasonable'.. ...t.:; r. of U.s. or Canada : :1400 Duval Street Telephone nu ","" j .
: : Save 15% tm AU Policies Non-Aiieiiable :: .:. -': .:. .:,0 Marcy S. Palacio : Expert Hair Tinting'+Hair.Caning .1., : W
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:....S..........S....e."":.. MercantileStock. i/:L.Crusoe, Agt. PhOne 674 :. .. 6. WEECH PHONE 801 ..' '.:; :401-" South Street : ('Personalized. .CorectiviF'aaa PermotaenU]*, Styling. d f

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Rido the Bus to the : :: B..&B. CYCLE'SHOP, : : lift DUVAL STREET :: :. REAL ESTATE :: :: .. Ing Hair or Finest Tint* :

: GOLF COURSE : .r In Fleming St. R.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 : : Open Daily and Sunday, : ;:; Sales : : t Waves in Permanent. :

,. Motor\ Scooters. 5 P.M. to '1.A.M. : : Appraisal* :
: Cushman : SERVING : :
'I Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE limners .: :. Leaves .. \ Beauty :
: : BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches :. Rentals e : .

t. ., V*"* Rental.Service. ...-.........-.-..REASONABLE............PRICES......-........-..-.-..: Management .: -, ..";. ; Colony ".
TAKE' :, Buddy Seats ...........................................#' Improved and Vacant ; Ml Southard -
r : : :' Properties In Key West Street :
: Btts d .Parking Flags : . .'J and. Monroe County : : Next to Southernmost :
NO.I ? Beauty
I : to lb. : .Windshields R : : :' ::> J. OTTO .. School :
LINES e Footrests : : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : .. : : Beauticians .
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.S Hare Fun : Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : Key West Insurance Co. : :: 919 411 Whitebead Fleming Sheetst.t ., : t Specializing Most ModernPhas of to :

KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL .. : JIB SIMONTON STREET mom: 1371 : : Phones 124 aad 73SHeeeeeeee, : Beauty Cuter* ..

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WASHING! MACHINE : ..:. IOR SALE : : : INSURANCEOFFICE :, Daily between 9:30 AJ-L and 3:30 :

: 2 Our Customer Must B. : Your Entire. "Bouse. with : : P. t Appointments are accepted : ...
Repairing3IEC1IAMCS ) :I SatisfiedI : : : a' : from public by Senior Students of :: h
I 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE: 1380I TheSouthernmost
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; : .: : I OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE or ASPHALT TILE +, i. Opposite Bus Station .. School .i ..

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by Trained Men : : TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE : : .
S. : j DRUM BAR and : . : 523 Southard Street ::
KENMORE SPEED Key West I : -TIlE-- : : There are a number available with over 800 hours :
: and OthersWhite : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : : : : of state approved Instruction who know the latest .
QUEEN : : 925 DIVISION STREET: PHONE 9112 : : : : PorlcrAIIenCompany : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians,

,: :: Wringer Roll :. :. "We Deliver" : Floor Covering C. :: :: :, under beauty expert culture supervision do food work of at a very licensed low teacher prices. Although of. ..
: THE TRADERS .Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town.. :. appointments are not required. it is advisable
For :
.. Goods 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST.FLORIDA : : Appointment Stop at
: 130 Dural Strut / ...S..Packaged......................................: :.....................t 523 SOUTHARD ST. or PHONE 537 :
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Food Shopping .- TERMS JOHN R. WATSON. Manager :
: ,. CASH or Regular $12-85 Values $10.35 : :
: Be Sure! Gel i l I. - -: : : lllljil TIIUAI'C PANTS Values $7.95Indies' :
r : : O Regular $10.95 PHONE 503RLANDSCAPING
: cI) : '" 1 I '1 1' The FastestRadio : : : : :
; ;trIl1 V,oj 11t': flJ9? '1'1 V 'i : : COAT SUITS HALFPRICELadies1 : : '

c:71tJ'(; lUH . RepairService : DRESSES.. . Greatly Reduced : I !
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: -' : : : Just Arrived-WHITE DRESSES : :

I : 0 ENRICHED BREAD r . for GRADUATION Essential Beautification

1"t : .. : ''J'::.. -, in South Florida' .. Couch and Covers Linens.Slverwu..Radios Curtains Plastic Electric Table Irons Cloths :. Tree Surgery-Tree Removal -.
Aprons :
: Tht Foundation 0Today'* \\ C' "Convenient Terms Arranged :

: i: Meat Planning : 3 I Al's Music C o. HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. :. Hauling-Marl-Sand-Soil & RockExcavating

ftlCME We Hare : : TELEPHONE 1512 : : by the Cubic Yard :
RALPH FARALDO XM I Th LatestHIT 522 Southard Street 707 WHITEHEAD STREET.: Neat Corner Angela St. : ESTIMATES' GLADLY GIVEN :

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NIGHT; BROWNS . .ui4 It w..... .. .... awg
Opening Twin Bill ,i j ........................l thepe.vke. J ds

'AI I SENATORS. f fI s.. ..........

\ > Municipal\ ( Stadium How They Stand i| .v,. .,.rl.tr4 Pr*>*a. I PROGRAMS t tEutern' .s LONG"a The MSB ort at Urn ..,

"Itplwmi Key West! 'Pi- i\ JJEW YORK. May 22-Spahn I Lcl Tim.. For c."tr.1 l a i* t. main.HI m fa.. .* .... '5
.r hurled seven-hitter for the 1 subtract on* hour, for m.untam. 4*.f4 HM Orasvw .,.t tm
: a I subtract two hours. Some total eta.I 1 :- .
j ratraAiul ClonusMiami Boston Braves against the St. t>*ns cHanfl *.ur of rUy t* Ut S S A- MMPM MKt Hw Tawr'trl.
Florida-International Louis Cardinals and won by a I local: ,, schedules' Lat minut pve.I .. o.u. m ...... 1ed - .......-.

Eagle will play here at Baseball League score of 3 to I last night. The I__Ira _! cfeanfO tasnetbe inclwd4.SAfURDAY '- ___ T -J ...*.. by HkM unw ari. ...!

I Municipal Stadium tomorrow aft- Club-' w. L. Pet other National League night game will ...* ..*. .inHiatmc. JIM
of Havana :29 15 .659 { MAY 22., more untfonM hj. i*. t..4 af ., .
ernoonin the second aha postjoned. -
>*ua1l The cur- Tampa .._. 2G 17 .605 was The only night game: in' the S ....;... '.\ftIr.

tanraukrr: will bring together Lakeland . !3 21 .53 American League saw St. Louis |:00-"mm.r jr of Mw Ly-cbs_btwork .I.... tlk.rd 1eseiV I
.5cewsce.t Pvery .
the KeY West Pirates and the Key |I St. Petersburg 23 21 .523 Browns trip the Washington; >:* 54vs1e 7le..bcflnce i prfiiiiint. Srt rmaa M.. ,

West Clown the l lattsr also being!1 Miami ,._,. : .. : 2422 .522 Senators 4 to 3. In a game yes.. Tak! it Tim Numl.->mlrast r,..ligpJaMaV >.
Miami Beach _. 22 21 .512 and Catcher' V L Cy
Bill Wight so.
Mated to oppose the Eagles in the terday ': -R H loii In N.abo .
bottom half of Die twin bill. i I West Palm 3each 16 25 .390 Robinson of the Chicago, White In JJy. Opinion-cbLabi was ap 5-n--d pwblw.ty s...

Clowru will have their strong-! Fort Lauderdale 12 33 ;26I Sox teamed up to beat their for. Siei.sagee-abe mae. hy" W' .ess-.
t 3 -XnO SymboanbeRed
est club on the field in the ooner I I mer teammates, the New York Barber sport.ebsHarri >."."" 4- -----N. .aIcsos ... J ...
against the Bues. It will be i Ma\ jorv Baseball Leagues Yankees 30., Wight allowed ths Muslcmb..tTen Wicmer! Sports-abo .. .. rors ..eI ....
I made of McIntosh: behind the' [Yanks only three hit.3. Dan or Fals*-mbs-wcit HAROLD OATMAN ci Norfolk. Va.,is puzzled at how to play his bell from a lie under an automobile heed sad I... soij.guN.: ..dtheso

I mask.up'Red" Dean or Fisher on i AMERICANClub Boston Red Sox knocked, the |:** .'' ewe. and Connnentair J W L. Pet Cleveland Indians S Jack Beall Comment-abe for the 18 hol... .. ...... flir "" muatheorld
the mound. Brown at first.. "GoaY _ 16 7 696 I life out of the and won 7-03-Mr. Ace & Jane-cb* Officials ruled the car could b* moved,_ and Oaban wound up a
Cleveland 18-hit barrage .
second and Ooeohv; on with an Melody Jneorp'rat.d.e.inavst --- --- -- .
Smith -
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at short and Philadelphia -- d_. 17 9 .654 .the game. by a score of 11 to 5. c.nttu.tian.-mb. S S. S *c4 --- -------- - n.n" rftr'ta ,......
with Gallagher
third Dean r New York __ 15 10 .600 The Philadelphia Athletics ended 730: -Curtain Time Drama-nbo I TODAY IN HISTORYKnow tr 1_ M.. llrf for |tvr fantin
Dutler) in
I Gonzalez. Alee. or I.Detroit- __ .. __- _14 15 .483 .a three-game losing strealc by Chttllros Abe Borrow of Yukon-abe Sonf-cbs Summer Baseball League th.g. avtataan ). ....n
th outer gardens. Boston -.- 12 14 .462 the Detroit Tigers. 96. J-;am. .f lone Q."-mbs ( America) --PrwadPnt Truman *.
other - defeating ;
: Pirates will have none ;.I St. Louis ___ -- 11 12 .478 Brooklyn Dodgers lost their 7:6I-IL Carmichael Sonc-cb: II 1819-The Savannah the first the $4.SSS_ UwkTurkath'aid

iMp Villareal Joe Navarro at at the the initial plate.curJ Julius -- (Washington ----. - :11 15 423 I i''sixth. straight game yesterday to <:00 Eaapens!-Th. Ur Drama af BU7-a-cb* .. DoubleheaderIn Steamship to cross the Atlantic. bill
'J Jj Chicago 5 19 ..203I the Pittsburgh Pirates 9-4. _The floss Dolan. Detective-.abe Organized; leaves: Savannah, Ga. Under -
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Navarro covering .
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I nei. Cubs beat the New York Twesur Questions tj(> sail part of the way.
j eystone,sack"hot"and Armando corner. Ace-Jim]i!I!l S Club'W.NATIONAL L. Pet Giants Chicago 8-3 yesterday The Cin 1.30-Trvtk Jury or'Cnn TrialsabeStop equoee -obaFamous 1856 U. S. Senator Chart. 1 5 f
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Show rob
Nene St. Louis .. . 168 .667 cinnati-Philadelphia game ile. Gar. Barracks Simner of Massachusetts "n AUTOMOBILE
will be at short ------ --
I Albury of t:-00-Hit Parade. Sinatra-nbo
assaulted CongressmanPreston
because: by
Domenech. Ptubn Baker and New York ._____._15 14 12 11 .556.560 night. :was postponed! Joan Davis Busier Comedycbs&ang Drama-ab ously S. Brooks of South Caruhra I We m aft ......, '...... .....

Claude Valdez will be in the Panchoj out-,Pittsburgh r --- --._ --_ 14 12 .533 I ram ,NATIONAL .LEAGUE '. Keep Lp With Kids-mb* FOUR TEAMS IN CIRCUIT -* - in Washington. 'Tit ... ear ...... jtiiaj'troukU. ,..
fold. Cabe Lastrea or [t Boston -- -- n t: -Jndy Canova Show-nw' S railroad train robbed .
Sahnero will bo on the mound. !I I Philadelphia ___ -.. _14 13 .313 S Night Game . '*, Vaugbn Uonro SbowcbsAmazing Mfirathoii School 1863-A MaaI Cf
; A T Ind.-popularty w. a eemylMe
:' .*. 11 W440 I R. H. ET MakI1e-abc; netr Seymour. II carry
: The opening; game is scheduled Chicago r ... Hampton :bhow-mbs knjwn as the first train holdup. I Brake Pasts If nMten.tta TIN ..
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1 30 . Brooklyn __ 11 1OOO-Ka Kyser CoUece-nia *
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to under way p boston----- - New .
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MEET TUESDAY EVENING Children 1881-The new j Spark Pte s.
Miami Eagles. Cincinnati ___ _ _.- 10 19 .345 _ _: .-- 174 Saturday Streoado-
nightcap. ,[ Louis .u nnd'l Prof Qui -abcbasleChicacw f Testament printed as part of Ue I AT TOW KAV1CC . .
the Clowns.;i : and Meal, Breechen Tbeater-mbs1t
will stack up against I. Spahn 'S I TalkBy rooming edition of the Chicago DAY OR VMHT
This should be worth the price Softball Leaames I|l Rice. : JO-Th. Grand 01. Oprynbo ,
Times and Tribune.
It Pay to Be Irnorant-cbs t
Ckf admission since the Clowns "A** f Hayloft Iioedo*.n-abe A meeting wa held Tuesday .1 I 1P09! -'700.000 acres of Government PHONE 1178
I S Class I Il R. H. E. RIVERS. '
will have Thomas on the moundS I' 11-00-News & Variety! 2 hr .-nbc the Cactus Terrace by MRS. C. HAZEL etUeraem in
W.'L. Pet. night at land opens to "
4 olate to Club __ .! 8 11 0 News. Variety Dane 2 hrs'-cb' I JANE md! SHINE
the 'I Guthrie.
behind Our teacher. Jerry reported -
:Mclntogth Chicago .
and 8 0 1.000 2 New and Dane Hour-aba .the managers of San Carlos Su- Idaho.; Montana and Washnxton
"Cannon5 -l Sport Shop. :--' York .____ - 3 10 '. oh his to the F-E-A. !
opon*** Eagle Pitcher Wars 3 4AdamsDairy New II -- --- S Koro a Krackin-mbs Ron Four. Ramblers, and Adams trip State. 1&92 BCtTHALet's STMn' : '
Steve 1 Vets .of Foreign<< I and Schetfing; Hart 11 30 Dane. ihows-mb* detail
bair Roberts and Catcher ; 24. Schmitz : I; Dairy basebal nines to draw up a : convention. lIe gave in 1924-U. S Army's ""Around .
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Foster l both of whom have played,I.I --- -' 2 7 .000 tung. Hansen-.Newsom. and 12:00-lanclnc ContlAue4-abo. schedule'for the newly organized Some. of the speakers' talks on -- ...
in The Colored National Baseball,i t 4 --.- ---- I rum. SS I Summer Baseball i.'aue.- world events and child psychology .
I eague. I'' Class -B W. L. Pct.I I f.aL F NETWORk PROGRAMS I IEuter. Joe Zorsky was elected president and that our children would .
Th Is the star moundsman Qui- i Good of SubRon, get the most out of school when
t imat! I I .800] and Chief ,
Elks Club -- .__ 3 11 Local' Tim. For cetitrslsubtract
--- realized
Noa. n fathers they were
t I for the U5S. Pittsburgh - named Secretary.t our
2 .600 for mountain Four was
Men's Shop 3 4 10 1 Subtract nS I
will immediately.fol- Kantor1 - hurs.'sm 'local .". I and take part in all
t This game ; .400 'Brooklyn two Ignacio Valdez acted as representative parents Consider
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low the first "fir a practice sea L Naval Hospital - 4 .200 Ostermueller, Gregg and Fitzgerald -I isOOS schedules.change hour Last*f minute rUy t*pro-fit for San Carlos Charle:;(!' the schools' functions.The .
1 Hatten 'lcal
J IVX-l Flyers I I Roe, King, .
.M>n for the Eagles. Barney fram change cannot be Included T. Albury Sr for the Ramblers i children
: --- .. -- --------- -- -y = I i and Edwards. : and Dumont Sterling will pilot next September had an afternoon -

: LOSING TEAMS IN LASTI :' AMERICAN LEAGUES SUNDAY Aftrno MAY 23 the Two Adams tilts Dairy.will mark. the open- Wednesday entertainment May 19 They at .:chool were '

Night! Gam H.- E. .1-00-America United. TattnlHl ing of the league at the Army i all thrilled and excited about it. FAIRNESS First
R. Doorway to Life-cb. Barrack Sunday afternoon. The I All enjoyed themselves very

I NIGHT'S SOFTBALL TILTS St. Louis _--_ _. -- ._. 460 : Sam Vim. Pettengill Sbirer Comment Talk-abe- b first ,game will get underway at much. We will have 60 or more
. -..-. 3' :5: 0 pupils to enroll next year
Washington -- -- 1.1 -Editor at HomeabcTb. 'J 1 'pjn. In the first game Sanj I
Zoldak an4 Partee; Scarborough Uusio Box-mb -basl* I' Carlos with t.heveteran Guiro Mrs.' C. Hazel Rivers presented

t SHUTOUTS Herrick and Evans. 1Jo-Ch1caca Tell It Acaln.RooniJtab Drama-cbs!*-nb Diaz on, the mound. will cross t persons to be installed as new.
DEFEATED I. Isatlonal Vespers.-ab .. bats with the SubRon Four It isexpected ]officers, to President Mrs. Lillian ***
E Music-mb
.R..ll.f' Contemporary that Joe Lucca. the !Tingler and jnembers.
_____. 3 61 Z'C 00-Olmsted an4 Ce.-nbct
____ _ will twirl Those presented were:
Chicago u Dye ma-cbs. lefthander
S. V--0--! ;lIln.'oA- _anil_.n.Hob's_ Win* I I rjrw York _d' __ 030 .> Week Yo. Are Around There Worid-aba dimumtive I j President Mrs. Edith Capo;
t Robinson She, Air Fore :bnow-rabs for the sailors.In Mr. Rusv el Zet- the flrtl Primary mfmlfn:
:WILL 'YOU SMILE? : Wight and ; Adams Dairy vice-president > During
8 lo 0 ami 16 to 01 2:30-Robert Merrill Concert-nbo the nightcap, I Mrs. Thelma
Easily, Niarhos. terower; treasurer,
I Byrne and News Commentary- b* .. will tangle with the Ramblers. J I
1 J l' Detail"Did a >lr President-aboI S the Cuppy; secretary. Mrs. Doris He -
Minor[ Villareal will toss for
!Over Naval Hospital And BALE. ew*: Veterans Panel-mb. Bunsy
\ ; 0 2:4$-Opinion Comment-cb: Dairy boys and either Charles. sie.They JOHN M. SPDTTSWOODr"or"
I .m 11 18 were installed by President -
: will do
Boston -- IOO-J.luie) Parade. Comment-nbo Mario Rodriguez
( ?Ailam Dairy you get hurt when you I Cleveland- n_-_.- ______ 5 12 2 The Symphony Hour-cbs Ogden or Ramblers. : Mrs. Lillian Tingler. repeaLing -
-- the
_ \ The. two clubs that lost their- were* on the football eleven eleven: Dobson and Batts; Kennedy Lassie Doc Fiouaemba3:1S'.ApierlcaiiAianaahe; DramaabaCharlie's _.-----_..--- -! .. ,! their oaths and pledges.
last night in the Softball. 'No; it. was while the Gettel Gromek Kleiman S and He- i Russell Zetterower presented a ,." the jiririleff In Each of lit lire 01',...........
game Park were on me.- ZO-OJI. Sian's Famligobe.Sammy : : past president's pin to Mrs. Lillian .
doubleheader at Bayview gan. ----- Kay Serenade: -aboTb -, Tingler; alx: a string of hit HaiHn Si.Hrn FKkE
11 for Sheriff Speak orrr
In the Jnrenil Jury-mbs
1 blanked.
were opener tKajitor R. lL E. 102: Dural Street i pearls as a gift of appreciationfor
shutout the" S 4:00-Qatx: Kids. Joe el1ybo .,
S ; NJVO! Hospital.Men's Shop 8 to 0, and in tha City Recreation Philadelphia .__ _h 9 6 10 14 0 2 Jobn B..f Kennedy Mystery--abeHouse mb* DEFENSE FORCES P.-T.A.her untiring work in our OF CHARGE, for thv tame length of l4mf h+ .|.*.*r M

. I . _.___ _ ----- I
Detroit '
nightcap. Bob's Sport Shop won 4: -Cat Tlnney Talk*-aba PROGRAM .
Potter and Roar | We have been thinking Inn
Coleman 4 30 N. Using IJ4S-nbo advocating candidacy.II .
over Adams Dairy 18 to 0. : w!: I
Program Trout White Ov nnire. Benton Make !lIme Music-cb. iihIflIIlUIlhlIhIhiUSailhlhlWhhhIlIIihIlUtllflhlItIlIlllIl! t. purchasing a movie projector so
In the first game Everett I. Rex Maapln. music-*be. we can have educational pictures

Sweeting pitched a very good 1 I and Swift. Detective Iy.terles-ch. SATURDAY for our boys and girls. Mr. Redwood f did! not nay 0.\''; WONt) IJff4 HH m> .*/ fit'
brand of ball. allowing only three I:00-The Sunday 1:00: P.M. 6:00: PJil.-Picnic, |I r'
demonstrated the projector -
: I. IflWWlUflUflh1UI53U9ll5UUlllflUlflUU1. Davis Sonr-cba
hit*. Only two runners reached SOFTBALL Treasury Agent-abe Fishing (sien uo in advance i I' by showing us two films. candidate during liar entire (.*
,n as far,as second andY non- got to{ S 'Bavriew Par Night What's Doing Tk. Shadow Dash Dramamba'S1SPbfl Orch.-cb* .. IC:30 A.M.l1 SUNDAY:30 A.M.-Com-1. Mr. Roy Cuppy made a motion

b third.Parks hit'safely three times for]II { Nightly day and play Saturday., except rrones- at the E:30 Counter-PrankU Spy Cart Drama Band abe-cb* I munion Breakfast, White I!that the chooL we purchase The motion a projector was seconded for II r has not said n.'\"; WOK ofttlutt Mmopponent. ,.,..",.,..,

C: Quick a* a Flash-rubs Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base I
the! winners, .and Kerr Sweeting} ARMED SERVICESY.M.C.A I and carried that we buy
..t, and two each. jIn j I.eaiag c ((2nd Sunday). i .
JUNIOR SOFTBALL \ .. I it It is to be delivered as soon
v P.M. 7.00 P.M.-Fishing
the field. the leaders were :00-Catholic Radio Service-nba :
Park. Afternoon Jackson Square. Whitehead The Family Time-cbs & possible. '
Btyview ( in advance)
and sign up
i ti Solomon.) Fleitas. i Southard Streets Drew Pearson Comment-.-aba I The movie projector will be one
Sweeting for the winners. and Morning and Those Webster. $klt-mb, Information services, !housing.I II f main next
of our projects year.
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Nejson and Hemngton Daily'play.. 'UUlUlumllilIIIIUWIiIUftmIUUIIIIII1IICtUlIWUIUPSaturday;: 6:15-News Summary-ate I city maps. The new officers will l be a
S (:Hollywood Preview-nbo Religious literature library.
I losers. I II I with the continued
Percy Faith Coix-ert -cbs great success
8 Score: TENNIS Greatest Story Ever Told-aba [ telephones stamp, wrapping and i cooperation of all the community

Kantor's 030 000 5-8 14 0 Bayview Park. Afternoon 10 8-00:15 P.P.M M.-Movies..-Second Show. feature 7OO-Ja..k tick Carter.Benny Detect Comedy Ire--mbs nba I mailing packages railway express -I I as in the past. I am sure we will l>rcfer. to he Dh.l'K:.tTEI. > rvlhrr thtut hThe ..HI s,; ...".

Hospital 000 000 0-0 3 2 i and Night The Gene Autry Show-cbs I service, laundry pick-up- reach our goal.
'nG announced at the Club.
and Fleitas Martin I I Love Ad entureanc available to all defense forces i bOIl ..
Sweeting i Sunday ,
I Daily play. Sherlock iIoImta.inba1:30mn
and their families.
n and Shadley. l .. 9:45 A.M.-Java Club discus- and Alice-nbe I I MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN '\Golf Club Dance
hits Griffen. Kelly; Blondle and Dagwood-cbaThe
li Two-base Parks I! SKATING sion Group. Clock Drama-abe Executive Secretary inc 1:1.T: : ICTIS: : ,.,. Iees s.N.q-irI lee
.1It three-base hits: Barber 11:00 A. M.-"Go to CHURCH Gabriel Heatter Show-mbst In Home
Bayriew Park. Night MISS HILDA CASTILLO Legion
,"d Griffon sacrifice; hits stolen: Solomon base: iMeador Bullion;; FRIDAY- Partieo.. "Classical- :00 Sam-Edjcar Spade Bergen Adv..nturs-cb.L.hnll.-nbo I Secretary.'I ,I during the rfmi/xi/pii/ he trill Iff"' /'/ if y.* ,...,., Arn
I 3:00: P.M- Hour selections Step the Music Qolz-abe For'Home'FundKey
struck out: by Sweeting 5. by 7:00 to 9:00 PJit announced. Tb. Mediation Board-mbsS I :
t'I ,. Martin 2; bases on bans off'Mar- 3:00 P.M.-FelJowhip Hour on :30-Fred Alter ComednlloThe .JUVENILE I'
; Man Called X..cbsMovies is'
tin I; double play: Meador (unassisted BASEBALL the Patio. Community Singing Commentary-mbs (Continued From>> Page One) j West Golf Club tonight .

): umpires: Tynes S and. \ Municipal Stadium. Afternoon Beatrice :Moreno at the 1:45-T.-ID News Comment-mbs who will be elected to the state J, sponsoring a benefit dance at the for ,I AHIUTWKA; 'IUHIUT S IAWAKE Wift,;,,
", p ViHareaLIn I' Piano. :55-FUe Minutes assembly in November requesting I Legion Home. Stock Island start ,

a. e. ____ SUNDAYTWO 10:00: P.M.-Coffee Hour. I:00-Merry-Go-Round-nbc they investigate the associa- ing at 9 o clock. The dance is : RCr.ARO loft THE \ntHKSTn
hI In'the second game. Bob's Sport ames announced between Camera Club meets each 'fme Walter and\\inchell Catch e-cb.Time-aba tion's position in the matter. : being held to raise funds for a

Shtip scored sixteen runs on 14 Key West Clowns and Key Thursday at 800 P. RL Meet Ms at Party'smb.5:15Hollywood It was revealed by City Mana- I new clubhouse to be erected by PVBLIC.Aside:.

V hit nine bases on balls and six West Pirates* in first and Key, G. S. O meetings (Girls' Ser- Comment-abet I ger Ralph D. Spalding that the the Golf ClubMembers .

"W a wild pitches.fiancock. . West Clowns and Miami vice Organization), every 2nd M Strike-Album It Rich Familiar Quiz Music-, cl: .-nba i 1 city attorney has been asked to i i report a heavy sale of ,

t... Villareal and Barber Eagles in second. {and 4th Monday. Theater Guild Hoar_bc get estimates from various law advance tickets. : from }Oll.- M. SPOTTWIHMrSME .. ssmrj tl
and Roberts Array Barracks. Afternoon j Game Room: Chinese Checkers Jim Backus Comedy-anbs | firms as to the cost of codifying I
eaih hit three safely i
I. I 10:00-Take U or Leave It-nba \II .
d ar Hancock allowed four hits and writing desks Library current Voice at Sf.rincm I I The city manager opposed the ,

t utIb gA tv.& of them came in the last mnutg First Gilmore Game vs--U.S.S San.Carlos.Howard W.I{magazines various table games 10 S :30 Kscap-Horace Drama Heidt SeriescbsCommentary Show-nba i I I proposition of appealing for bet-i iI i BROADWAYCIGAR .Military Intelligence Officer. He IHM aiudi.,4Criminoltry

etc. on Movies -abaClary's i ter state laws to regulate the
e .
tc'n two safely to lead Second Game-Ramblers j Showers tennis rackets golf G&utte-mb. !I'! selection of jury list on the|' : ; and hat had' (:iou' 1. ml< rf. Hif" INS
4bston poled Adams Dairy. VS.I clubs fishing. lines cameras, 10:45-Network Music Time-aba i I i iIt ground that the laws are now : STORE
: the losers. :00-News Variety t hrs.-nbeNews.
AI the field. Valdez, Ingraham checking service. film service, Variety Dance Z I I adequate. He took the view that I and Secret! Serrice.JOHN .
In When the Russian Social Democratic 610 Dual Street
mailing and wrapping packages News and Dance Band-abe I the county commission could be .
To; and Sands were the best for the Party in the beginningof Ttew*. Dance Cand 2 bra.mba12OODac1g i
receiving messages phone booths: I j select list of {
appealed to a better -
"C Casado made some ContinuedabcwestSMATIIERS j I
i losers and the year 1900 split and divided stamps railway express service,
uoHderful catches in left. Rob- into a of Russian Bolshevists I prospective jurors. ; C6MPIETEBASEBALL
r majority i I:available to SERVICE PERSON- M. SPOTTSWOOD
"What needed codification
is in
> ert Walker and Acevedo also and a minority of Men- INEL. :\ WORKING II'
of the laws is to bring them up
:, played; welL shevists. one of the disputed ; Lesleigh Davis..Dfrector.Gerald .-. (Continued r-om rage One) I to date and make them practi-
: Score: R.ILE. points that led to the break was I Finder-Program Di- Congress on the raise bill" "

* "J.I Dairy 000 000 00 IS 14 4 4Do".s 0 how a revolutionary party shouldbe 1 rector. I Smathers said. "If pay we continue "cal to the codification city manager"The said association relating -- SCORESPOPULAR I U OLTSTA\DI\G for AKIUT. OI H:k IEH4: .EP.
246 103 x- Russia i
organized in at that Buchanan-ecretary.
( Beverly .
t the present course of it has to for euitable _
I. i delay, is ; got push ,
Villareal isbN
Walker. S. Griffen time. i Doreen Cruz Information I .LEt\U. .'ESSIC.OtERVE.T.
f Sands Hancock I -* not only possible but probable laws or nothing will be accom BRANDS of ; ....., I UKIVESS .
- ana Vill lreal. ; Desk Aide.

.es*rc anJ Walker. cock 4; bases< on balls: off Walker I t I I lost that in pay the raise last minute legislation shuffle will and be plished.There"were 30 persons attend Cigars and Cold Ii / Toir..tun ..tur ..
to t..obasefI
IL Home run: Roberts; 2, off Griffen 7; hits: off Walker.I If possible adults should eat good American citizens who do ing the meeting of the association

i.I: A h-4< ;: Hancock. Roberts; stolen 3 for 4 runs, off Griffen 7 for 9 four or five eggs a week. If not not' have the right to strike or about a third of them women -

11 biRoberts: struck .out by runs; umpires: Villareal. and served at breakfast they make or otherwise protect themselves The association will meet Soft Drinks .1 S (raM T'4$'.,.1 b4v.I.-ii

'a1ker1,' byGnffen 2. by Han- Tynes;.scorer; 'Aguilar.. -- ]:{good luncheon dishes. J will be hemiddt@olLt. ,I again next Friday evening) I .



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TO PREACH SU i i' ; -. 'Circle; No. 2 LONDON,--(AP)., -The way to verse depends upon 8W t.eeel I dreamed that while slept ri ; I meet. the threat of the atomic'age:a people so aWe It tunteet thlk

The angel-Azrael stooped "Kingdom Volunteers" W3S..thetopic Circle t is to. develbpe l super-babies.. the instincts and t. retard. tfcf .....
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And drew across lips a mandatory pinion. en months and is leaving for her fare of others as writ M eth.ettr
IN BAPTIST my Woman's Missionary .
.t- _No.2 of the Baptist selves that they NIl ewes
Society\ at its meeting home in Michigan. the. menace- eh* staff
A little while I lay with folded hands Refreshments were served by come "
-<\ friends afduhd me held in\he.\ ,church annex ofMay Hostesses Evelyn Jones and bomb. .
While sad-voiced spoke Mrs.
(Games Here From Newbeny, Florida \ And called me "loving". "brave"" -and "true". . 17.Mrs. Mrs. Bronnie Nichols. . ..
With words of loving praise'Why Bennett and ,Rev. Bron- Circle No. 1 t

r' Selected) N Next even so'it seemed to'BI&r nie Nichols gave the devotional A program and business meet. Grace Lutheran
( Pastor.Of '
/ from Matthew 24. Others bavins ing' wire held byCSrtle No Ion .

Succeed Rev. Mr. ] Blithely therefore, my spirit strode parts of the program: !home May of Mrs.17 at Nora 7:30 Montecino pjn. in the on Church

Up from the nver to an open portal Mrs. Paul Travis Mrs. D. B t Francis stre t. 1215 pETRomx' sntsr
Within which stood a sent ne . .. .
Johnson is the
Fairfield and
: Sharp Mrs. Francis Mrs. Raymond -
THK REVEREND MR. NICHOLS HAS ACCEPTED: "I am a servant of the Bing Mrs. Lois Eden. I chairman of the Circle and Mrs.

I IHITIST$ ClIimCH: TUSJCALOOS4.; ALA.; ( Said"And I.I with have calm come assurance to enter, into Rest. and Th? business closed meeting with prayer followed by Joseph chairman.Gates is ..the program Divine Services

STONE! :) CHURCH: PLANS BIBLE SCHOOL With grave courtesy the sentinel spoke. I Mrs Sharp.was. I Rev. and Mrs. Bronnie Nicholswere
"This gate is no man. During the social period, a large guests of the Circle.A 7:30P. M.
Mil. AVERY OF FIRST PRESBYTERIAN But many come who will not enter in: picnic basket con: ;";r>. gifts was social period was enjoyed' and I
And some who enter, will not here abide. presented to Mrs. Bronnie Nich' refreshment were served' by F. II. ZUCKEH FttttrPOIHCIAta

The! Hey. Mr.! Virgil CoC01d pastor of the Newbeny Baptist A special favor is vouchsafed thee; ols who with Rev. Nichols,.will Mrs. Montecino. .
preach atboth the morning and evening services of the First I am cent to greet thee and to bid the stand leave Key West Jun: 2 for their I

The Her. Mr, Bronnie E. Nichols pastor of First Baptist..has Here at my side a little ,while and watch." new home in Alabama.

Lake Baptist Church. Tuscaloosa. Ala. where he expects to go: f A gift was also presented to Poinciana BaptistChurch -
This is 1 the church which ordained the Rev. Mt. Nichols and it Up from the misty river'poured' ,- Mrs. Shirley. who has been visit'ing
lead) the congregation in the building of a S125.000 edifice. I In broken ranks an endless throng'. in Key West for the past sevL COMMUNITY

The church is located: on the edge of the campus of the Of questing souls: and some -:: '. 17th and Eagle
there are more than 2JOQQ Baptist students in addition to several*_ Would peer within the gatesand'then CHURCH

thousand other students. I 1 Flee cursing down a, steep .place .' Key West Paster's Phone 11M-M
' MethodiSt I ', L A. D. O'BRIANT. Pastor DUe AVE. and 1JTH !T.
The Ber. Mr. G. Leon pastor of First Unto some hidden sea. <
Church will preach at the 10:50 a.m. services tomorrow on I![ ) In calm placidity some. walked : 1:* . l. I II -

"Leave Something to God.". At the 7:30 p.m. services he will::! Unchallenged and unnoted Church of Christ i Sunday SchooL 1:4S AM. Sunday SchooL feU AM.

talk on"Keeping the Gale". Proverbs C:23-: I"i*I Into the Place of Peace. .. 11:00
It was announced today that the First Methodist Church is .1 And some there were who halting came ? ; Ashby and Von Phister Streets Worship Services Will Be IfeM

planning hold its vacation Bible School June 14-25.' Mrs. I. S.,:I : Eroken and bent with toil and hunger. !I>:Sunday School 10 A.M. i s r Subject: Cross" in Community hall

t Dowels will act 'as director of the school The church is.planning i : Bearing .upon their faces every mark _ 'Worship t . . . 11 A.M. ; "The Word of the SUNDAY at l 11 T tOO) A.H.
the work to take care of pupils from the primary throughthe i.! That could be there imprinted i > Sermon . . 7:45 P.M. I II 6:30: Pit., :Training, Union

Intermediate department u, to r By long endurance of contempt and sham. I ;Wed. Bible Study 7:45 P. M. .Evening Worship i 7:30 Speaker Subject ELIJAH SAKBS
whose filthy I
ages. 1 I services in the Poinciana Aye some Subject: -Abrahcci Offers His Sea
The Rev. Melrose S. Avery. ,' 11 a. m. which I I Reeked 'with the stench of prison cells.. .I EVERYBODY WELCOME : The Judgment Seat cf God"

of First. Presbyterian Community Church ;, As these drew near the gate I.
pastor ,: will be held in the'Poinciana t" Warm hands readied out and drew them in; I II Public Cordially Invited: THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME
Church who underwent an opera I
lion in Jackson Memorial, hospital Community Hall. .i 1 I heard glad voices bid them-welcome. I ,
"The Marks of a ChristianWorld" at GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE ----- - -
!. Miami recently, will return .
: 1 r
I I will be the subject of a 'in .PB
and.womenWho ASSEMBLY OF GOD
church June 1. it "Sentinel. said. "Who are these men
the was
announced this morning. Sunday sermon to be delivered at the :. enter in. while I stand here and wait?" j Cor. Georgia and Petronia Sts. I 4
11 a. m. worship tomorrow by the These said he. Cordially Invites You li: for Christ Rally
Frew moraine of the Chaplain USS Gilmore Carleton will Rev. William W. Ihlfe,. acting F p. Slowly"Have come he turned up through to me. great tribulation." To }Vorship'SUNDAY i3Youth
of the First CongregationalChurch.
be is &-&<* of the cervices and pastor The Endless Reach of i j I flushed with sudden anger. "Think ye." PARKER MAHAN. U-SJf.

will preach on. Our Cod. At Her Influence**will be hk subject ; I said. "that I have not known sorrow 10:00 A.M. Sunday School t= TONIGHT. I 7:30 o'CLOG[., AT
730 p. m. services the Youth at the 7:30 p. m. services."Soul I 1 And bereavement: loss and shame (All Ages)

Fellowship will-which have will charge be directed of and Body" will be the And borne my burdens bravelyTThe 11:00 Morning Worship FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
the program i \\1
I know Sermon:
discussion tomorrowat sentinel spoke. "Yea
subject for I i
by Miss Lowis Without A Rainbow" Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
services in the falls like 'Cloud
the 11 a. m. That sorrow .join
Fleming"The Rev street J. B.Methodist, Reid pastor Church of.Christian Science Society. 'There m. Upon the just and unjust. 7:30 P.M.: Evangelistic = Speaker: REV. BRONNIE L NICHOLS
:I will also be a meeting at"S p. Because thy words are true Speaker: r
will preach at both services to- Wednesday. ''Rev. Mizelle from Colorado j SPECIALS SI'F.ClAL'JVOCAL
10.50 IIand at Thou standest here in unknown debt :
a. I
at :
734p.m.IN-trow. f There! will be worship-at 11 a. To God's abounding grace. .. .._ ,,, SOLO Beryl MlI
Word of the Cross" will m. tomorrow in Key West: I am bid to ask thee this rues 7:30 p.iru "Sweet Hour ORGAN SOLO Mrs. Mayfield Safe .
,lie of Christ, with a:sermon ; of Prayer"Fri. Bro. ,Bronnie Ntefcek
Church testimonial' ACCORDION
which the Rev.i I 'Is wound of thine a I SOLO +
be the subject any
to be delivered at'7:45 p. nv : I ., 7:30 p.m, Christ's Ambassadors of Newly-Appointed
? ALSOAnnouncement
A. D. O.Drtant. pastor of the i Of battle done for His dear sake: a
Pulnriana ? TrtkpUit Church will, Services will be held} with, in.the the,', The merchants driven' forth"by Him I i i | ., Officers for Next, Six Months .
rch ar the senrkes tumor- Grace Lutheran Church, His Father's .
wt From out temple
pi in PASTOR. Mrs. Ernestine Doan
row at II a.\n. His subject will Rev. F. H Zucker, pastor / Still traffic in.the :?living; tempt I i COME . BRING A FRIENI3----
be IThe Judgment Seat of Cod"at charge, at 730' p-.m. nominations"y" His Father places 9n!,Isis earth. _. r
services. Worship at 11 a. m. tomorrowin WI&IWUIU U.II _
the 730 p. m. ( make r
1 will include Nor have forgotten )hpw to reprisal.
the Church of Christ -t-
Elijah Sands will speak on in "Love" The I When didst thou win their hatred? .
Abraham Offers His Son." at the a lesson: : Couldst thou endure to walk with these. Christian ScienceSociety : COME--WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US :

These who have borne the hate of Church and State. .

; LESSON OF THE WEEK | And see thy Master's face
Light up with joyous welcome FUMING STREET METHODIST CHId I
I :
J II' At sight of one who shared His reckless courage? I Key

lTue Church Is Not Perfect I Thou who has been a''wise and prudent man'?" 327 ELIZABETH- STREET .: Comer'Fleming and WUBaaa St. :

J. B. REID. Pastor :
SchooL 9:30 AM.
Back down the trial t gazed; Sunday
\ By ROY L.SMITH Service) :
< Ther is a tiny plot of ground set high in the midst of the t tt la From bowed Peace humility to Turbulence I ran: Sunday At Morning 11 o'Clock II: Church School 9:15 A.M. i it

city of Jerusalem which is one of the most unique spots on the I "Deserving naught I crave one boon. Subject: CLASSES FOR ALL AGES

"' lace of this earth. Buried deep in the limestone U a founda- I would return to strike one blow "SOUL AND BODY" t: Merrill Felton. General Superintendent!

i lion wall that goes back nearly 3.000 years to the days, of Solo- Upon that field of conflict where Wednesday Evenings tt

man. lr! the Jews gather to bewail the departed glory of,fr t His their sons due and heritage daughters while are His defraudedOf great charter Reading Meeting Room at 8 in o'Clock Church : Morning Worship . lOiSO A.M. I.

.; their ancestral kingdom. Mohammedan mos-r Lies hidden in the Bibles that repose Edifice will be open : Youth Fellowship. 6:30 P.M. I
.. Th crown of the hUlls occupied by a Upon the pulpits in a myriad churches. Tuesday and Friday : Song Service. 7:10 P.M. :
I from 6 to S P.M. .

Jews, and Mohammedans come here to restore their The sentinel smiled : Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. :

souls and renew their faith. The lesson this week tells the story I "Thou hast asked the only favor worth the having.Go l: .. .
of Ih* rebuilding of the Jews* I Nor thou.will thy and stay I shall be await thy. coming; FIRST-. .........................-.-.........' ..............,

temple following the Babylon heard' in any concert hail or .I. This is the special favor Presbyterian Church The FIRST METHODIST CHURCH i

km'exile.By studio.No Which I was sent to grant thee.
Whit and W hJnglon streets :
> Out Churcfeei We Are Judged Church Is PerfectIt f I woke and all around me Rev. Melrose S. Avery PasteMeat : G.LEON WELLS. Pastor :
Any community' can be judged is commonly charged agafinslthe 1 Rose the din of loud defense of Genesis :
and Simon Inn lr..l.
"'Its ctmrch'bUiUwf*. A people ,Church is not,perlett.1 By men who dared not say one word of usury Bible Class. 10:00 AJ4 : Eaton 2
In fhomtthe? sense"of reverence and the charge is' true.'B By men who traded in the land Ladies' Bible Class 10:00 AM I
ts ..cIt'developed' will insist that is because it is composed of ordinary .t God gave to all His children. I
their, hoes of worship must be human beings. They have My courage . . . Sunday Services
Inspiring beautifully kept, and not achieved perfection, but they 11:00 A.M., I
\ substantially built It is Interest have had a glimpse of it; they The time is short and I dare not go back Church Service 9:45 A.M Church SchooL Classes for AM Aqee :
tnt to note that wherever you have fallen short .but, they have I. 1
go on this earth the most imposing fallen forward. No more amazing Till I have struck one blow.STEPHEN COCHRAN. SINGLETON. CHAPLAINCARLETON FRENCH 10.50. A.M. --1___ __-__ Morning Wor4iifSermon :

buildings are those which fact is to be met in all.I .. Sermon Subject: "Our God" Subject: "Leave Something to Cod"Meeting : I
human history than this: all the I : of Methodist Youth Fellowship :
The Sunday School Lesson greatest advances the race has the choirmaster. "the tenors will
fee May 13*The Temple In ever made have come about YOU SMILE; :sing alone until we come to the 7:30 P.M., 7:30 P.M. Ktniiup: worship :
the If tiea'a LU.." Ezra MO19 through the efforts of imperfect I: Gates of Hell. Then you all Youth FellowshipMiss : Sermon: "Keeping the Gate" (Proverbs 4,22)) :.
: l:'.17t Psalm !4il-t* Ese- people who have caught sightof They : come in." Lewis Winkler .. .
37.2J-1I 41:1-31: and pursued it. And
kiel lilt) ; perfection
10 f 47,l-IXi Zechariah 0:9 Iti.2 herein lies the glory of ,the Came In I I II I i iA SPECIAL INVJTATION TO SERVICEMEN- :

.. Church. It has never let the lightgo : Aluminum is one of the most Visitors Tourists and Friend
,haw been erected' for purpose! out though it has let it go choir in the little country t widely spread elements on the Are Invited to Worship -- - -- -

:. of .wonJ p. Ugly slovenly ill- was practicing a new an ":earth but it was not until the
kept church buildings are a confeuion down.The Church Is a Mystery I / i year 1886 that it was cheaply ;
who worship I -k"IRSTCOngregational- ChurchCorner
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that the people
Some people ignore the Church cautioned I manufactured commercially. The First Baptist
their ex- don't forget,
*, therein have
of because it deals with mysteries.but' I I Church
alted of the majesty undesirable II EATON Streets
sense if God were entirely : I I WILLIAM W. ILIFFE. D.D. BAHAMA and

AChurch' Is Somethlnf Diff matter wenlt self 'would by be man God.then If there man him-were Y Presbyterian Church LEY MEMORIAL 517-527 Acting WILLIAM Pastor STREET. Bronnie E. Nichols, Pastor

church building, no be
/ would no
there t jnay .be the creed held ,by reverence 09 mysteries, no awe,' no sense of Sitnenton Street (Colored) Methodist ChurchCor. Between Southard b Fleming
ithe,people' who worship from in it.any winder. . A. Laing. Minister r Division and Georgia Sts. Sunday SchooL 9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.
rrnw different The Church With A Welcome
jan God infinite and
is because H All
It Classes for
other of building in town. 11:00 o'ClockMorning ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor IL E. Day Supt.
People type who enter it go in for s man is finite, that we find great the .1 Worship John V. Archer. Supt.
seek i it out'bttiiue difficulty in 11:00 AM. Morning WorshipRev.
dif A-rent ; they 10:50 A.M. .
purpose Imagine "Spend and Be Spent"
of the unique spirit or deep things of the spirit jec1: 9:45 A.M. Sunday School MORNING( WORSHIPSermon Virgil Cofield. Guest Speaker
for instance the difficulty one School 3:30 P.M. i iI : Classes for All Ages Subject:
mood it induces: they hear 81 Over WKWF.:: f) to IIM
in explaining i Miss Miriam Carey Supt. Worship Service Broadcast
different kind of problem; they might have had I I I Meeting 6:30 PM.. : "THE MARKS OF A Morning
seek .different kind of help.r4ople I Solomon or to Isaiah the mysteries fission : 1 : 10:50 A.M. Sermon WORLD CHRISTIAN" BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 6:30 P.M.
who pass a church I of nuclear science and i 7:30 o'Clock I "Stones On Our Pathway" 6:00 P.M.. Christian Endeavor Mrs. Elijah Sands Director7:3O

differently. about it ,than I able materiaL I Evening, Worship I *:20 pro..Intermediate, and enior 7:30 P.M.
think ,
they think about any other building -; Those great souls pf yesterday with ; "Sooner or Later" !! 7:3O M.} K P.M. Sermon EVENING WORSHIP P.M Erning: WorshipRev.
spirerpwbts : had no body of knowledge I ,
-they ever see. Its lofty : I I Sermon Subject Virgil Cofield. Guest Speaker
great: which to begin to understand. Missionary Society "What Is Evil Doing To Us?
them to the skies to I I "THE ENDLESS REACH OF
a1 body tCwl. 7:3: Mid-w.ek PrayerNe.ling.
have p.m.
.hoprs. to holy thought to divine They did. however &.7:30 p.nx.Prayer Service I : HER INFLUENCE"Wed
tmetcy. Its windows speak of in- of spiritual knowledge' with and Deacon's Business Meet tv>d.. 11.3 p. m., CTiolr, PraetleThere Wednesday, 7:30 PMPrayer and Praise Service
voices which to begin understanding 7:30 Choir Rehearsal 7:3: aoM r" Melho- 7:30 P.M.. Choir Practice
InrH brmitr. 'its organ that pjn. I diRt ubdiitrwt' Mtinr .f mil I *. 7:30 pjn. Prayer-Praise J Friday.
'. ftnrludtrs of infinite wistfulness: God. As time has has gone increased on Boy Scouts: meeting a il.Y.J:. in flty FrL.7:30.Young People's Night
rlts Choir sings great anthems en- body of knowledge meantime faith has
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., | By MRS..C. HAZEL RIVERS '!: During the school year;3 candy 634, Star of Sea CatholicDaughters ..: trustees; -3" years Anita Bradley -
MEfcT YESTEHDAY UY* Our second Sear as ,a. P.-T. A.I sales, 1 bake sale a square dance: of America met Tuesday ,Rose Crusoe: Teresa Martinez. __ m_ ____ a
I,;and a talent show were sponsored. May 18. and elected the following -i This is the second year as grand ELWT j jI
&. EXECUTIVE: : (:O UI1T. UUNKEU: unit has been extremely" succcsS-" !!i[Approximately'300.00: was raised officers: :I regent for Virginia "Demerritt
ful one although not quite as by these tfforts. Our 2nd annual Grand Regent Virginia Demer-' secretary for Anna
l j I II [ third year as
t TEE: OF. RC; SEVERAL: I the first Year. The organization 11 I[Book Tea added 50 new books ''Corcoran, and fourth year .as I RICHARD W. ERWIN
and community arc to and some classical .interested in the prospect goingto i i treasurer for Adalaid Ellsworth.
jt REPORTS HKAIll be commended for the I the.existing yprarico. j ji 1 schooL I 'Court Star of Sea 634 of Key :
-'. ,, <# *cofnmiUccJbt /t which they have supported all of ;i A $::;,00 pcttey cash fund was: !,,: We are ending; the school year ; West has the honor of having I Your AUorneCeAerll
a xloutivc! oft the endeavors in behalf of our voted for the teachers Incidental'with approximately $165lOOin: our |i their grand regent. Virginia De-
Key West Chapter. American 1 children. I! expenses at school. More book I i Treasury and High hopes for the merritt elected at tHe state x'*n-
.bed! Cross met in the Chapter Before school ('pc ('tf the superintendent I shelves were purchased and pcntiJg future of our schooL vention recently held in Miami: .
:Office<< jestcrday afternoon for a of public ''instruc I' 'and. some paper; -CurriishetL :j jt 1; These: achievements were under as state vice regent.
oft \h. activities of ''thdtjUpttr tion, together with the school 1 t I Fof.,h. furtherance of.e irpurtf
.. VuHn the past raonh.Joe board. fulfilled their promise I' tbe'P.-T. A. voted to pay the"expenses Tingler. President, who is retiring -
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.- finder treasurer;; ."'reported -. to the P-TA by putting, in our U- i of one of our teachers- 'to I from office this year. ELECT !
approximately $9.000 "had'wern shaped road from the highway to the F. E. A.,convention. | Our sincerest Thanks go to all I 1 j '
that raised for the operation of the schooL This has done muchto :As an experiment in child of our many friends who so wtllincly i Ii JOE JOHNSONjfur ; ;
the Chapter during the 1948 facilitate. transportation- to and. 1-psychology" an afternoon lit aided us in all of our pro- !1
fund Campaign. Of this amount from the school. I school was arranged.for' the Lst jects. County Commissioner:
M74 to forwarded to the American j Our first action in. the 19.n43year 'grade students who'will begin I I .i
i was to secure our present school next Sept. We:feel that 1J i 5TH DISTRICT i iI
National Red Cross. Reporting on
f file general program. Mrs. HeJe."nUNftL I I teachers' and being able to 'Open this will make,the children more II J Tour Grocer SELLS Thai Good ll' Cajtabte: Efficient ii I

executive: s< tiled--that 103 Wes had- been ..' _- ,' -r,-;-;; by two diferent.: substitutes STAR BRAND PULL
liven" service: by the Home Service I I holding out until our;regular AMERICAN

Department including 34 i 1"- .. 14 J4fI.A: teachers were'ab teachers'to begin well:: We specialize in and CUBAN C.,9FFEETry :I LEVER DOWN e --= 4-A. d

.veteran*." 52 servicemen and .16 .. teaching. These I A Pound .1 I . ,
civilian and their families.' !I I f.. .' .,_ .too qualified. Mrs. McKinney our '' Todar- t'at4! l'fUk'tJ11." I.r 'rt .d"J
i i Chapter funds were used in the I 1.-'. . :t nrincinal. hold inr's M."'A."derive. the BestVALSPAR ..
and .' ". Mr. Guthrie a B. A. and .Mrs; - I i
in loans
1 c! ffnount of $47.70 ...; ,
Cnntit The Safety Service I :.4-:: '. .___ Guthrie who is. oursuh-; !itute \
Pammitte under the chairman-J' ....... -+,' _'..0- .',. ,...' also: r"M a=" R A*: We shall Always PAINTS Stylist
ship of Darnell Carey is now t.. . .. a.x < be grateful for such fine: Hair
iponsorinc their fifth First Aid < .: . Y; teachers. '
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of the After we athe'.teacliing: ,situation :
Course;since the first year. ;. ; ,::"ti--
The! film .depictinn the need for ,. >. .....e; tv under control we:then went. VARNISHES AND ..VI"IILU.'Tt...: e'.tst' "ulI'.i.IUi.lTI&LU', .. !
ftfst' aid training and pointing up ..._ -=_, .." ""I to work to secure necessary h tos:. : - Announces . PULLER:? hRTb
tile extremely,high accident rate We bought: a Hectograph for the !
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jg the Jrountryi. was*shown to 150p.opk' lower trades and one-of. our- Patrons ENAMELS I THE OPENING; .. a DAY. MAY Mwt I
I R.' J. STEELE. SO. of Des built a sand table arid 6 : .
MONDAY. MAY 24TH *11.i Efficient
bought Jumr; I .
tt.Tbe Community'Service. Committee Moines. Iowa still wears his tools. The" P. TA.
under the chairmanship hat and spectacles in floating her to make runners for the desk 1 of A JVew and Modern. DEAUTY. SALON *Ilr I.
sponsored and wall runners on whi.hh fasten F'eaiari.ic t&0. I.Ic.e I. "al, ',It."
Vf Paul f Sawyer has down the Des Moines river af t- .1 I C. .
!6.t.I'I.IXI'u I.11 T.po. K 'y1A11\l .
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.hc entertainments at the Naval er a speed boat struck a log and the children vnrfe,'and"ahothe ... ,._ .'_.'. 1..M>_ /hr.
I J Itaspital during the month. The dunked him. H. cant swim. paint with. which tf rake j MARTIN\ DICK ERVIN Is A FRIEND ef MiaMI CHItty
i Junior.Red Cross, with Mrs. N. H.IVpprr them blend with the room.'Two
i as chairman has shipped but he hangs on to a life preserver work tables were donated< byCi- i 921 DIVISION STREET TRIED & PROVEN T4ELECT #

\ ;;J00 Gift Boxes to children in war with rare nonchalance. vir Minded individuals. ,I Tn Ui Ie .tTrl\i. nuT/l'a Packer' KKN Street .t"L'" ,........ .' \ .. )1,_ .. ....., .... ,
devadrd;ferras and have made A UUle later he drifted near Out of our Christmasrfund I .
I Mildly favor for both hospitals. shore and was pulled to safety. which amounted to around -75_ I
,nd the County Home. the P. T- A. presented a complete
.'The Chapter is sponsoring a led and distribute clothing to Basket Ball set; 'some halls for
Nutrition Week beginning May needy families Mrs. McNeil also the younger'children and a group HOME -..-
JilL I Nutrition films will be announced that the chapter is
t *hvwn in all the schools grouplneeUng sponsoring weekly radio program Nwor
will be. held in all the each Tuesday evening at ALBURY and SON Service APPLIANCE

r Iuu4nj Projects and at Wesley 7:00 P. M.Members. ) We Specialize in All FULLER WARRENLI
bwnmaDU'1I1OW1C. and Miss Loy- of the committee who Kinds of Neon Signs I' PHONE 11
'I ette Webb, nutrition expert: willrunduct attended the meeting were: and Lighting Stripping 6181 .=

. a daily radio program at Chairman Charles Taylor. Joe., \. ('._..._...!... tIlL M..yS.VVK 80S Simonion St. Key West. ,t '- . ,' .
M.-O: A. M. Pinder, Fred Miller Allan Hamp-., new K Ca .".. /wave.MOM1V: ,
JpThe chapter.. continues. to col- ton and Wilhelmina Harvey. <\ >FLORDA| CVISDIDATE forGOVERNOR

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