The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00544
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00544
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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COMMUNITY :| Civic Association THOMAS STREET Court SelectsGrand


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HERE. JUNE 15 I City Commission; ,ROLLED: OILED Jury

i U I'urpu..e. Of) (;group| In To*k )i I WILL i .\bK: I OK CODIFICATION -I 'Na".y Cooperate) Wilh City; Next Thursday

(::1"! Summer (:'t..r'rl..i. QUEEN MOTHER 81 1 ) OF LAWS, FOR WIFE "POK S\LE" I f In .Work; Tobacco TaxI :

Jerusalem I I !'< **"TWi -
Al 'Ila I tic 'Park Tlii Nol Now Being Used -

f Y'ar SurrendersTo 1 I. iJ j ji 4rrc By Municipality\ '! FLORIDA WINNER 1 ClUE 01NEGRO. ; ; MAY
A Key Wwt! Community Hand t. City Public Service Department -
The Civic .
will .be e.raetilrc.l| Tuesday.2 June Unit'!i iI i I elation expects to lay plans>SO-J aU] h' started work today to grade. t r LOOK INTO tl.tnu; :'
Arab #
15. *l the Mich School auditorium ; 1 ftliall I today's'meeting in the EAs Club 1 1at a roll and oil Thomas street between t4 t tll.\UUS
under I i Southard street and Division 1
the uirecto.-vh.p; of II 5.30: p. m, to appear before yk
. Call UrHon.The street. A list of 75 names "were"" *
WOMEN AND CIKLDREN ARE the City Commission at its meeting -i -
II Thomas street; la rough and fora r.l yesterday in Circuit c.wt i.Nw
ctmtntwiMty.bund u opened II. g gIti I ; next Tuesday and ask for
anyone:' who piays a band inidrumenL i PLACED IN CARE OF RED codification of the city ordinances -'j. block it provides access to one :'! which next Thurtly .......

Three u no charge: for F CROSS; 21 ENGLISH OFFICERS rz r io of the ;gates to the U. S. Naval Aquilino Lopez Jr. wilt ......
I 1 'j Station. The Navy is going to ; a grand jury of It: to .
. incmbratHp and muMC will be] i I' LEAVE ARABSLONDON The association will also ask Mia
'! cooperate with the city in the i routine matters.
supplied The
( only requirement iI. I. the :
. to provide bettet .
l j.i that. th .c attending the first I Imcrtins I I. ; I /1if A..we1Hti ..,... pay commission fo rpolicemen, for schoolingfor t '1 repair of Thomas street so as to W. Curry Ham ....j-ulint sUrt*
I June 15 are acted. to I May 23-Jew ish reduce the dusty conditions ad- attorney said today tfaai MM
forces in Jerusalem surrenderedto patrolmen and for better lew
i furnUh lh '
3 *r on instruments. jacent to some of its buildings. grand jury will be rrgmuiU .
i There- will be uo lima: to the* the Arabs at 5.30 o'clock this enforcement by city police. J fi
, aloe.* of the band Navy person morning Eastern Standard Time. "I'm afraid many persons in I City Manager Ralph D. Spald-I' Thursday, and that on Friday II

! nH muxratly: im lined are urged '1 he :surrender affected 1.600 the city believe that the association ing said today that the work in J,I will have before it for C wvead' ......
I lo attend II : persons including women and Thomas street and other streets d tion a homicide case of, a .......

I i PurpoM of the Community I 1t I'Children, who were put in the believes in enforcing all the.' throughout the city is being: done i who was killed in Pet....... .....
Band .U to vi.e! the musicians i ia care of the Red Cross. The men city ordinances with reference without April 21. and an ..auM veer.
.1 chant. to work together, and t I were held as prisoners of war.j to the so-called blue laws" said{ touching: the money so a a Then the state law.prwaefs
1 j Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin far raised, about $20000, by the that when a grand my aaeMa
possibly lo play a few summer ; i Col G. D. Hatficld, president of I .1
I! concerts at the Bayview I I'I ; announced today that Great Britain the association.'That {I tobacco excise tax. :J' after an election the ji ij--
Park. had ordered 21 of its officers is exactly what I The city is planning to repave have the right; to investigate reports .
'I l#rml SmHv. I turn School nand I who have: been fighting with not insisting upon. We want we the are ] at least two street$ from the to- of fraudulent! pr.icUr M
s al Arab to bacco tax this according is not believed there will .
will br the ftioIt Iftl. of the new forces withdraw immediately city officials to eliminate the year be ajw ;
. ergantcaOnn.. This group now has. ; from miutary services obsolete laws and to enforce the to an announcement by City such reports in the recent dve-
,, ,. f : with the Arabs. It said that Commmoncr Louis CarbonelL It
thirty-two "" and will h was others. At all events we expectto tion.The
, 'hate fifty by SrvtrtnbvrKarl < Bevin took that action becauseof make our position clear at the Is expected the yield from the lust from which tbc ftiafli
t : U.$...... rtiirrmr of the the repeated requests that had meeting of the commission, whenwe tobacco tax will continue at jury will be selected follows:
Behold bend, elated that free inuwilt been made to him by American expect to be represented at about 7.000 a' month, so that in John D. Bcarup. Anthony....
_' Lr I Iautktunum I . : Ambassador Lewis Douglas. five month the total will be so. Jr.. Joseph L. Knowk-s Jr,
I arc given ft the .\t. ".,......,. Vim Kadin the meeting. -
Ina si.4 all summer rru..Ii.nd..aY I i. Bevin also announced that Then the publicity committeeof about $:};),OOO. | Alfredo M\ Barn>o, E. V. Kite
! Al pti... I .if .tm<..r. **MMIU C t'> take the own to buna about a cessationof make a report as to its effortsin additional work on Vernon street Watkins Berlin A. Sawyer. Fr..
I MiniHtrr ...... hove' bcvn rrr4d : MARY of Great Britain appears hostilities in Palestine It was contacting the various, MRS. DOROTHY 'LAWLOR in the vicinity of Martcllo Tow-i icrs z fI Carl N. Roker Jay K Rk')'. LIe-
J The O.UTM' .ts lay s4 *4ent< !j' at St. Johns Mission Hall at not divulged what the plan is, butt of Key West ; organizations : (abore). 28-year'old divorceeof : 'i Several streets in the Mar- c AP ...i.... ."'L..' nard R. Sawver. John A. Anna,
" Men. the fifth t-t "''. h h grade Old Chelsea. London on the | was said that it should prove : Hempstead. N. Y- has offered j! tello Towers area that have been I .. Samuel B. Finder. Charli ...
reply ..*... ilioue lo play bond ini i: eve ol her list birthday anniversary more effective than the contemplated I herself for sale" as wife' .:j i j graded and rolled, but have not' FULLER WARREN. 43. Jacksonville Perez. Herbert Pinder. Joint W.
. ."", ,,,",ta. '' which she celebrated ,,. action of the United Bridge At 1 No to 9 man with $10.000 who is j i been oiled. The city may later attorney smiles as beI Sawvcr. Jame W HiwktH. 1ItI-
2'itn'' wh. mr unable" Inthear Wednesday. Her health is described Nations to use sanctions and mil- willing to support her and her i{ get the oil with 'which to do that I I reads returns from Tuesday's ton Esquinaldo. Anvado Parr". .
I tueni.h U.kiwaMa vi own as excellent. itary force against the fighting Name twochildren. Dorothy. 11. and part of the \\orkj i run.off primary in which he i Charles G. Lcwm.
piny. I.. e.N4Pit by toMeetingIlinilowa1stt Arabs. Key ,Burns Tommy 10. She made offer in ]j ,I won the Democratic nominationto :- Leland II. Coddard. c-. I.-
I! J 1 I .... Fighting,;; : is raging: today between -; classified presented to the :No be next go.er-nor'-Florida. gene Roberts Ralph B l1r"dets. ,
f t ""f the Gen. RFArthiirAgrees Jews ana Arab.""for the |' Three hundred and fifty feet 4 j Summery' t He defeated,_Dan_'s4aasy ,o< Samuel I M.l Goke.N.iltI. .lee'Y Jtilitchell ,
loc -Th I
.* .... ....... ... .. pussc&ion .of the r l71ewspilpIid.T.: I. . --- .
f l tdulls.I l* t I viU Ij1JakYay: ,, of the old framc'bridge on: No paper made a news store of it j I Fort Pierce. Warren still"faces"the ; : ; :.ToI'Walker G...intt !If.
i with only twmtyTW hand connecting Jerusalem with Tel'' Name Key was burned late Vacation( Pay i Republican nominee. Bert Curry. Willard A BrH. W A
,l n w aih..i.. lito .tiny 1........... the To Come.Aviv. where Jewish hCfid.JuartM'S yesterday afternoon and City instead. Mrs. Lawlor was married | Lee Acker of Miami in the Bell. Sr" Philip J. lUkcr. Carl II
lwn InHMW. f..tor ttvNy partwipantc is established. Neither side hasissued ,at 15 and was divorced .
Firemen called Parker Jack R !Hvmnn. Ra. Ed-
were to H1\'c"i
i ate For VeteransTAIJL.AIIASSFE. I general election next faiL But
It gal a* MMM| time. in s.,>- ', any information about the the blaze eight years ago. She says herformer i Ii I warn John->n. Will T Rnb rt.'.
Florida the Democratic
1..nei_ .tor twirl will trorh therhrvrfW progress of the battle. though It Upon arrival of the City Fire- husband has refused I! in nomination : Cecil Bain. Andrew AitlnNH
i pool 1.1.4. .1 tiny wr ml...... To Washington was learned that Arab force; in i men they found the flames had support. i ; Fla.. M.iy: 23 I I is tantamount to elec- Arencibia. Samuel R. SttbrrmMt,

! IsiirtiirrwrMr teilwnirlts that. Jerusalem had left tr remforreIheir been put out bj the stat prison i Veterans readjustment allowances -I lion I' Robert Braun. Juan nr.JI'
" M e >*.<. IV IHTO-I. trod WIll REQUESTS: HIS TRIP BE DEFERRED comrades repotted to befalling gang 01 laboiers. The bridge' was a10t0010111001IIIIIIIIIl000011011HIt0118t0I01111110th. : are not intended as summer -- -- Charles M. Rerio

_41 an aMMWte ut l Hen : back along.: one sector. of examined by Cant. Charles C Crc: vacation pay." Carl B Smith j IJ Active Arthur J. Curry All...... Our
pee. ...ly live and one hundred TILL AFTER RE. the roadFinish. mata of No 3 Fire Station and LINDSEY I chairman of the Florida industrial Jay( ycces rosy Pedro Pueblo, Jwrpb. M
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pronounced bridge was Jr. *
I I ; finders George Gwrnn.
I Alter 1M and totals 7& din PUBLICANS HOLD CONVEN Canvass OfTuesday's safe for travel the in Florida. advised i For Blood Bank
: : | program i, ( ( ( : epli Castillo Chalks, D R.0
,,.., will hi' be 1 1'
ouert n 0
I i .....We4. 1>&1..... s.ld. Tho TION :: Capt.said Louis he Ayer did not of know the prisonguard how I Motor Co. I student"Student veteran CIs who today plan to play OHid! Allen. Robert Earl S.wvi
Frank U. Davis C. E., Siwrtti Jr
! bead .wed.. bops ol ..em.I /ar ,_....j 1*r..p : Election.:, the fire xtarted He called City I,'I and "take it easy' between school I Drive June 4lhItltcrs 1 Jesus R Carabrflln John T. llatp
i day bia. when. a mode build 1 \vASIUNGTO.V. May 2 I lap vharo the bead cao practiro :> Itlur Stile BriasfS, chairman of Final canvass of the Monroe a week unemployment allowances I sent to tin civic organizations ;: ilton ,
" without dUrutuag the cot the M4Uitc appropriations comm.Uc."t" county vote in Tuesday's second ; r "I.i I : ( ." Chairman Smith --aid ; of Key West: asking thc lil:. Lcland G,""\nn. 11arI.1t.I ,
. school.ti r. 1"11'11. 4O:11Juvul Street | co-operation in the Blood Bank W Pinder. Edward Koebn. Eu .<-"
of the today levrivcd a cablegram Democratic primary election was : i I "The law requires, that all veterans I .
I TN nw..N.. bJ.ldtftIL wowt.l ROt from General Douglas Mac- completed: yesterday by the Boardof who claim readjustment drive tentatively) Mt ff r Key Sanche, Emilio Aka .
i: rtl.d be new ........... but A.thur. m which he slated that Canvassers The election sheets ; Observe Monday Next to La Concha Hotel |I allowances be in the labor mar- I West on June 4. have asked that ; Chas. D. Filer Roy F < MINI

I lather sold |.l..b. .bet -'reJb "' he Mould) be pleased to accept from the seven county precinctswere TELEPHONE 501 | ket looking;; for work and able I the names of donors be sent to Dario I.. G.-ma. Ctr rlml..N'. *'
H. Eddy Ra. ,. Jr
As the Junior Chamber cot C Edward Crut
t! % rsmveituw II Iinw uouiedliuihtiim the ( rtMnimttee invitation to tes- thereupon sent to the state : Holiday ic=Kly and available to accept any ; mmercc ;
; ni the it* tht i:> MiffNMmtlv lily before it as to economic secretary' i i suitable job offered I Harold R Demrritl. John T.. feller ..
WHOP 'U Mf...tinitMi.te renditions in Jjptn and other The Bodid, of Examiners consists : All Federal. Navy Station In the event the donor do not L.. E. Mean Thomas E. R<..,.....
I I have to the unit. l BarK'CI.. Will irl M !.-..ve,
the. band alias in that part of the Pacific. of County Judge Raymond state. county and city offices BtiUi-I'J. ) j transportation basis iI
I Carl: I DOJon came to KyWtsl MacArthur requested that his R. Lord Frank Bentley chair- will be closed Monday in obsTvance Two'Tone Green Super S'-dan Properly Sales t a car will be furnished to carry Bien\emdo O .-..IH. Wdli.m, A
I In IW4. fortylour yean coming be deferred until after man of the Board of County of the national holi- cite-Driven Only 553 Miles ; : them to make the bank.I Carey and T. Baked& C..mpt11:
j ..o with tbs t'h Artil'oryBaMi. the Republican National convtntion Commissioners and John England I day. Decoration Day. npSOTO-19'J.7 I The committee plans to have
nn.lielcl.Ill .
Dr. bar.ucl tJ .111. S
H. was a drum major u held The convention of registration. I | each civic organization;: donate inI
I supervisor In the U. S. Station
I at thai ti.... force ol Dittos t% scheduled t<> convene in Philadelphia - -- there will be three Navy days off. Opalescent Gray 4-Door Sedan i .. paid $l500 for a I lot and a I I a body if possible and at the City Commissiitn
-Fully equipped low mileage j half nn Key Vacas one of the time most -onvenunt to carp
,. Jobs Klrschonbaum. .
June 21MiicArthur 1.
pus we
i I fon Expense: Sheets from late this afternoon un- I Marathon\ accuidma; to a I -
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i4.lag. ( tazer'slanhatiau1917Blue ; ) group. '
. Cortl Cara "IL William explained: that if he til Tuesday morning. The I : the officeof group \ Will i McclTmlayit I )(
warranty; deed filed in )
.. J. VUinf' Harris and Dr. came tiefuie that time some Florida National Bank will also t C Door Sedan-Driven I
< riwmmer. Cii.uu.. both in and out of the';''i: Must\ Be Filed be closed. I only 1393 Miles of Circuit Court Clerk Ross C.

; Dillon ..w.*l I I..*U ,r'ar.. inIhr Republican party. may attach County and city cffices close i IUIIGE-1917) ( !; I Sawyer yesterday I <;. *' Crrnmsaoon will nail it
i UM.ed S..4e% Arm He" sunskwiw .politic. ) NJnfK'ilm."C: to his trip. A call w.- issued all candidates! and will not ,. Dr. Ma:2111 paid Mrs Floience i; Plastic Nu-Flo formally rft 4;30 p. ... twtoyconsider
Opalescent Door
tomorrow Sedan
.; .| ffa.. ltd I........'v 1-I.tfMI. lie Haul he clvsned to have his I in the recent primary el"Ctions'' be until noon Tuesday morn j Gray Gallatt for a lot that laces Overseas II I AUTO PAINT one or two nnrta .
} low
W..rW War 1. open i -Fully equipped. mileage I Highway and extends for j tors according to City f: .
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HIM I>iv a* n. MI coming freed of any political com- bv Circuit Court Clerk Rocs C
hr with thefib i ing. I JI'OMIAC-1917 1500 feet to the waterfront. The I Roy's Key West Auto Parts 1 Victor Lowe
AIM. the wa. was plexiun. : Sawyer to file their last! two expense i '
Cit ArttWmr rUnd and The committee<<: yesterday voted sheets in connection: ",ith 1II'.IITII'1; I. Two-Tone Green Straight "." ( lot was bought from Austin de 1121 Duval St. Phone 442 One of the: mallets In IfI
a.... Tb'..d r..s4 Atilh. .v hand 1 IT to : to'ha\t> VjcArthur: come the primaries before June 4 Very Sedanctte--Driven only 4936 Stolfe for $5.500). W \ Parrish. I cussed i> the purchase of tw i
until |93i He MH*..-1 'n"wi U., Washington to tc-tifv Senato. 'few of the candidates so far has' Miles I I real estate dealer. handled the at the end of Windsor<< lawr. to i

ai..., at thltfnf 'n *''WIe .h.. .- Bridges after rcceivinc<' theubkicram. .... filr.d. Sawyer said. I S'I'UDE 6AKER-1917: transaction. I it through to C therttM* d:.
: For Sale Maroon Regal DaLuxe Club Palace TheaterRoy The street would end m a "
|W twf.'y.Iww y.4M*. Dillon understood the general request 41 Chev. Pck.up: Truck. Good Coupe-Low Mileage end! if the I.uere .... pu>
taught In the public ..HIU.. of to defer the trip but added For Sale 19.11 nnnGE Condition and 1940 Packard FORD1917Black For Sale ".1 lf, Chevrolet Rogers and Jane Frazer chased t. according to city ..IfK.>*l..

taMfcuni. *. II.. loot aHwent that its postponement was a 4.nOOR TWINS GARAGE "." 4 DOOR "linler: California Slar""," Another matter to hi' l In..".H>
lo Key Wet waa (for the committee to de- 112S Duval Street Phone 169MOULDINGS Super DeLuxe 4- 9000 Miles-A Beauty .
- prntr tn mrnin matter | Cleanest Car In Town Door Sedan Low ''In Terhmeoloi, to the attention of tH fx'.miion .'
,C .nt:nurd On Pw Eight| cedeMacArthur ISV\ \RRO. IiHorporateilj -- Mileage i IN_\>' \RRO. Inroruoralril NEWS and SHORTS is the question of ti"u''...<
has been in the Pa- J CiiEVROLET1916TwoTone Station .. .. I
j Opposite Bus Station Opposite Bus, ring a liquoi license tent i .d
ril\(>c almost 10 :vears Blue Fleetmaster I ---- ---- - dress to another
: CHARGED i Club Coupe-Life Guard Tubes ,
BAnERlES --- ----
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Th Modern War For Snlc 1916 Drift !In. !U 30 ta 4S Minute, and 4 i -at- Beige-Green Hydra SERVICE SI.\1IOIN For Sale.
Tsar car can be .a ,Its well. Excellent Shape Low Mileage I DANCE SfRU INK LiJ IBERItU Matic Door Sedan-Fully BRADY'SLIVE Franc; at Division Phone 9134, CONVERTIBLEClub
.. Coupe- Bargain
\ mr I'l III-: oil .I..rTIET .
I I.ftU Smith AUTO SERVICE M\ ,\It un. Inrorporuleil TELEPHONE 816 i Equipped I ( ) Poultry & Egg Market Grease Spray or 1NAV ,VRRO. Inc.iriiorilil l
pit... N*. S MOiit at nmini Opposite Bus Station 1 .CHEVROLET-1911' US Chanqe Your Oil Opposite Bus StationDR.
k Home 1! 1214 White Street Phone 540
- ; American Legion Special DeLuxe Door Sedan --
I I ; Average ConditionIf'ORD19J9 I We Invite You to Compare .. .
! - I For Slip I 'IG DODGE, 'j I : Quality and Prices = :.. .- -- -- ""
' Announcing i EverySalurday Convertible Coupe-4 New !
i I Very Clean Like New .Car I Florida Grade A Dressed and HARRY H. YOUNGChiropodist
Tires and Tubes-Twin Straight.( 1
9 : Nightsue >.\>' VRRO.! Incorporated Exhausts Drawn Battery-Raised FRYERS

OPENING of PER PERSOINPRIZES ; Opposite Bus Station I (The Above Cars Will Stand Honda Grade A Dressed and Foot SpecialistOF
i ;I A Most Ru "Eed Inspection by Drawn ROASTERS STEWERS MIAMI

RETAIL FISH MARKET I the Discriminating Buyer)
I I II Florida Grade AA Large i \\ ILL OI'hKVTK) 0> FEETT) Tin. !:

ul 1'(11'eel)( 1.:I.I UnITIl .STREET{ : Musk' i by I CENTRAL PHARMACY iI I I EGGS I U (;(:\C11(: \ HOTEL . FOR 2 II \1 S OM: '

KEY WEST' FISH COMPANY THE THREE SHARPS Frr+rrlfH-m Itrltfrrr. I'allrtf I.. end )1 "Featuring Quality Our Poultry Is Received ALIVE I Friday and Saturday. May 28 and 2*>

II LomiHtr. .ur prlcon' Prv.vt'riptloiis Used Cart Only'1NO Call La Concha Hotel Early for Appointment for Eitherof
TELEPHONE 14M From 9:00 Till 1 OO and Dressed Daily

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1 t1J i r I\rg . Gtittu11i BEST-x.. REACTION.. Radio AMONG SPEAKERS F.P.P.R.A.FOR I Chinese Seek New 3/ Stamp Honors ChaPlaws--

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U r. AHTMA w.O. asd r fciUfcrftUMVA Newspapers all over the state-they : JUKE MEET HERE j; Place In BrazilRIO Protestant Catholic and Jewish
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.>.. Cttla.* BalMlav were chiefly the big ones which opposed < ..
.. O.rr Or**.. sad A.. $tnet : DE JANEIRO. (AP),-
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Oat, 1n Fuller Warren are now telling us
.. Jtw_ (,...1. 1 PROGRAMS .1: "China may soon start immigration -

1 Fuller Warren will make a good governor, I eastern: Local Ti"'.. For casual .11 to Brazil". says Dr. Quo Tal (
r ;;..... at K.r W..t. n-Wa.( a. eee." elan materMKwak subtract see Sour. tor mea."t..n -1 Chi, new Chinese Ambassador to

-. or. TIIK r.61U.d' Further, they are pointing out what a fin I tions subtract change1 two! hours.hour of Sam relay:local to ti-fit ..J Brazil. "China is ready to sand
.. T.. A......... t-r... '1 t0 local scheClu>... Last minute pre. : -
... t.t lnp4.dtwelM .f sit _w. tI..t ... 4K.dit.dN fellow he j is. I gram changes cannot bo .ncl."e. immigrants as soon as an agreement :
It .. aM ........... .tlu... .. ,..i. paper. sad rs reached by both govern. -.
._ 'M ....1 _.. ............ ....... That's the right kind of post-election I II FRIDAY MAY 28 ments. We have farmtTw who .

.i ..<'RITIO* MITK I comment. The people chose Warren; he wish to come. Chinese unmigra-
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-- -- ttRi1 M' tVx t tion would be very helpful
E M.Blk* -- -.- I will be our governor for four years, so far ':03( -Vews Report li Mln.-nbo i insi
1.1 t5 nation. The Chinese
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.. 1.. into the future and the Network. Silent Hourj-abe-east and hard working
-: 1.blr .._. _. -... ._.... _.._ .Ii as we can peer Kiddles Hour (repeat)-auc-wcst is : are peaceful their I l
I former opposing newspapers realize it Network: Silent (I hr.tml.stKkldies s f They I get along easilv
r AaI/RT161: .4 IUTt Hour (repeat)-mds-woat { productivity stands high."
I I/ad. K.wa .. Appllcatlc. would be than futile to continue
t worse f:13-Sports.: Music! Time-nbc I The Chin ambassador says
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t .rtt'IA. "O'rl" their opposition. In the first place, it might Lnitedatron. Report-cb the Chinese government will \
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An r**.U* a..a-.. e.r*. .f tfca.k ., -I.tlo. I
d' .t r****** Mil***;t.-'f :. '::::"" .t" will bVs. weaken the faith of the people as a whole Lara and Abner, repeat-cbs-weit i I open a bank here patterned on > I '
I rtttM .d fW a tb* a. llaa. 1:45-Newscast by Tbreo-nh } those which already exist in New
I JMtt. rr ....rt.l....fbr ch.rcaa. from which in Warren ; secondly! it would show smol Lowell Thomas (repeat ll)-cbs JOHN P. WASHINGTON ALEXANDER D. GOODE
a ,._*. i. !. IP* 4.rtvr4 .r. t <*.(. bias 7.00-Supper Clul>-nbc-baslc : York and London. Catholic priest Jewish nbbl
.. Tfc* CMU.. .. aa .!....'."!.. and ...It.. Ur dering enmity, which would be bad for the Tno Bculab Show-cbs -
_..... .abli. ..*... sad .bjen. .f local or News: and Commentary abe tlfllntlftClfltlf ICEN1RA
..-., a/.IoM. b.l U will. at pabiuh aaoaynou papers and their readers. Fulton Lewis Jr.-tub* I

l.Km'.aRfik.L I Dan :McCarty\ set the pace in congratulating 7:15 Jack Vews Smith and and Comment Songs--co nt*> Key West In

I his Dally Commentary_ < Don C. Patterson administra i
I Warren and wishing success to News: ; Dinner Uat_mbs I j

; IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST administration. When McCarty comes to 7.3ft-Threo Sons Trio-nb tire director of the Florida Cit Cone B
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN : Cob Crosby's Club-cbs rus Mutual and formed advertising I Days )
will be for the lone Ranker Drama-abe
J run again and we trust! it Henry J. Taylormba7:45Kallenborn i director of tbe Scripps- TAKEN"FROM

I I United States Senate in 1950, the peopleof Comment-nbaFd Howard newspapers. New York AS FILES OF
1. More Hotels and"Apartments.. Murrow News-cbs THE CITIZEN OF ,
rw Florida will recall his commendable Sport Comment-mbs I It City, will be among the speakers MAY 28. 1933 e ,
?. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. :00: Paul LavaJlo Melody-nbo i who will address the conventionof I
3. Airport*-Land and Sea. attitude while he was still laboring under Fanny Brice Comedy-cbs the Florida Publicity and tutsInlm1AnhlmugWNIsuaIwOpunnulltuwnl4
Fat Man I Elective- b
... Consolidation of County and the disappointment of defeat. Always aV"oman, -mbs Public Relations Association at Stephen Cochran

City Governments. Had Lex Green shown a similar spiritin ..30 Danny-Can Thomas Ton Top Show This-tfcs nba j Key West. Dates of the meeting I manager of the Key smgletO:1.I.I

.: 5. Community Auditorium. 1944 when he defeated T> Cald- I This Is .'.8.1. Drama-a bo are June 6, 7. 8. 19.t8. ber of Commerce, was i
was y
Leave it to Girls-mbs "I day that he had been
-- well, he undoubtedly would have made a ':55-FTO Minutes News' -cbs 1 director of Florida Commercial
Billy: Pose Comment-mbs '! TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS I,
y far'better showing in his race for the rail- 9-OO-Peopl. Are Funny-nb
: MONOGRAPHPremier road commission. But the people, or a Morgan Break the-Ameche-Langford-cbs Bank_bc I, (Know America) An all-time heat record for May I I GEORGE L.x.FOX CLARKE V POLL'iG

"' Gabriel Heatter Comment-mbs t Dr. John E. Graf assistant secret Protestant minister Protestant minister
I l t :. 1 Stalin large percentage of them, recalled the ':1S-News Broadcast-mbs t
Rulsva.Ik'er whining tenor of Green's telegram to Cald- 1.30-Lyman waltz Time obOziio Washington born at Banning day when- the mercury climbed I'I e x3 .
Kremlin and H.rrtet-eb. up to 98 according to a special}
well in which Green complained about The Sheriff Drama,-aba Calif. 59 years ago.
: I> Joe: Information Pteaso-mb* dispatch published in The Citizen: j
I the "special interests" that had defeatedhim. ':Fire-Minute. Sports-abe William K. Dick. board chairman today. I I
: of State Marshal) has puty I
Secretary 10:00-The Mystery Theater-nt*. : of National 1 Sugar Refining

., : /*u in the *. ho'me'. claw.:: Quit talk- In Key West during the first:; primary Phil I Baker& Sports gulx-cbsBoxlns Show-a bo New York born in Brooke Lyn Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Bethel l !, iarsu peo .5) k rt

I campaign The Citizen heard a good many fleet the Press-mbs N. Y, CO years ago. today announced the birth of a
.: IH turkey. aril let u!&t have some con-
adverse!'; comments about Green's 1944 message 10:30-Bill Stern Sports-nbo I Maj. Gen. Laurence S. Kuter, son at 3:45 a. m. on May 26 in
.; MnH-tivi' .proposal*, enunciated 1 Ity you, to Caldwell. Tex Spike: l3
Hot hy n conference, for you are the 10:45-Pro and Con Talks otw vice head. born in Kockford, Ill., baby has been named Donovan
in Amerirainky. The best reaction to the results of an 11:00-News :& Variety S ; .-nbe I 43 years ago. I I
whole rli.*. ; hrs. cbs
= election is: not to crow if you win and not News and Dance Hour!ab Dr. John C. Warner famed Miss Susan Lokm maintained
.. News, Dance Band 2 hrs.-mbs i Carnegie Institute of Technology her lead I last night in the Queenof II

Tin ORACLE. to whine if you lose. 12.00(( .-Danclne Continued-abc-wisi Pittsburgh, chemist, leader in the Carnival contest after the I I II sail

... atom bomb development born casting of the vote at a dancegiven

CARTELS AND THEIR EVIL WAYS '.Saturday SummaryEastern Goshen Ind, 51 years ago. in the Cuban Club. The I i

Lee lulls of Miami( Fla., newspaper contest is being held in connection I I

.. HOW I I TO CONTROL PEOPLE subtract one Local hour Time.; for For, Mountain central managing editor, horn with the Overseas: bridrcelebration. '" 1 (:Commemorating one of the most stirring episodes .{

r Newspapers and radio have given subtract two hours.SATURDAY Granville. N D., 42 years ago: I I I World War II, a postage stamp is being i issues! by the Port

.; article which plenty of publicity to strikes and the public Harold S. Pollard of New York. I Office Department on May 28, 1948 to honor the four chaplains '-"

In an was publishedr.esrly i is MAY 29 : newspaper editorial writer, bornin Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dt>meritl.1 II -Protestant. Catholic and Jewish %%ho save up their
sometimes led to believe that the
three David J.ilit'ntl..I their Mrs. A. U.
years ago ( : K. Morning Boston. .0 years ago daughter lives on the USS Dorchester in 1913.
-: only thing wrong with our economic ma- I. The Rev. Earl F. Adams of and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Baker I
l, thru chairman of the Tennessee ValAuthority -' t-CO-The Story Shop-nbo i i When a German torpedo hit the troopship these cleryy.

Ir raid : MTho, who control chinery i is the tendency of laborers iO 9:3O-Mind Shoppers Tour Special-abe Manners-nbe; i New in Palmyra York, ,Baptist N. Y.. 43 official years, born a-;o. left relatives yesterday end friends.for Tampa to visit i t I men of rite three great faiths-John P. Washington, Catholic

-- .'."' 'V).. control people." trike for higher wages.! 10:00-Prank Merrlwell Drama-nba I -- I 1 I priest, Alexander D. Goode Jewish rabbi George L Fox ud
Ked Barber Clubhouse-cba: : Clarke V. Poling Protestant ministers their life belt
The Twentieth I Arthur Port of the I -gave
. That U a concrete and accurate statement Century Fund, which 10:30-Archie: Andrews Drama-nb* LEGALS Sawyer
to stranded soldier and ) in unison
studies. Mary: Lee Taylor Talk-cbs American Legion will hold mem- I linking arms, prayed M
; : 0'| a fundamental truth. And theTVA economic problems, recently released : Ozark Valley Folks-mbs orial services tomorrow night in I the vessel sank in the North Allan lie.
11:00-Meet the Meeks-nbe NOTII l(1.. IS'.U < %.
, :' i iii a living example. of it in practice. a report on cartels making the ,*Nwt: : Jr PrtUBd-cha'a '. u x:Kr.r; a-m'_ .: the First Congregational Chun.h I
;\ ;
charge that they bring higher Abbott & Costello-abo tj I
i = TV A iian a power monopoly in its region- prices: io Movie Quiz bhow-mbs f fllN...: l\ IIK\III". I>'T-: Paul who had been '
I May
a Hopoly which it trained under the consumers and foster inefficiency by protecting 11.30--Smillnff Ed McConnell-nks l'LUnllS If \".IIIt''' "M> HillIll Wash-I THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ at POPULAR PRICES
t S cam- Junior Miss,. Drama-cb> I1IKOMUI'MON' ington correspondent of
i i hitfhcost producers. Moreover Land of the Lot-aboTbe last
zen for several years died I -
reci Teen Clab-mbsAfternoosi .t1.1tn01-ni iiI:511(1t Located w the Hecrt of the City

t .r at(* WRITE or WIRE

' : TVA, which In an economic principality and technical improvements limit 1700-Theater of TodaY-eb. .'TfHI"TfU'lc'l" : I REASONABLE llUUilio for RESERVATIONS
Junior Junction-abe ; .. .: i. h..r.I,\ "h..n that for
not subject to regulation by anypublic i competition and accentuate the "boom 12:30-Coffee With Congress-nb I goad ...anse .houn ,h.. .'l.riIA.... .. Railroad ...- Miss Mary Louise Bowery. who with BATH and TELEPHONE
: and bust" Stars Over Hollywood-cbs and 1'.1.11.' I 'Ii.! 4 'mm ,will soon marry Aibert Carey a''
a body, can completely control and cycle. American! Farmer-abo ",i..". the hearing originally art tot
To Be Annoucedmbs1:00Farm !5.a.t1.: .. Thnr..lay.l: Jwn :. 1ttS.! I member of the Harris school faculty Ford Pershing Miller
direct the industrial, agricultural and nor Basing conclusions upon studiesof and Home-nbc I' in thr Town !'ail "f the I..** of I : wa honored at a party '

:- ctal development. of the Southeast. Whathr actual cartel operations'before the last Luncheon Grand Central Broadcast Drama--abe cbs North: the Miami: ai.r.>li Kli.-atin
oJ war the authors of the cite Alan Lomax. Ballads I -mbs .:arria fr \tn,K'n of the Ley Memorial Church. 60 NX. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st ATS.
it doen. a poor job or a good one is! betide report as examples 1:30-Ed Tomlinson.I Talk-nba. i his ertiflraip "f PttMn. .'.n- 223 NE. 1st At.

{ .; the point. The point i is that when'we the effects of cartel restrictions on County lair of Quiz Sons---cbsSpeaking abe I .ni..n.an"Permit him t.Xf--wOt. operate.* a"in a"the t" Today The Citizen says in an 80 Elev Rooms,atorSolarium 100 Elevator Rooms 80 RoomsElevator

et.....n.1thi"< kind of a super-government radio apparatus electrical appliances, pho- Dance Land Time-mbs I ....mrnn. f i...a....-".-ns from; .r' editorial paragraph Heated
for ixhi-v .inc/ |> nr f> .
1 45 :News of '
: -
a"tl it i* being done in all of the tographic equipment business machines Miami.: : KlnrMa. t.. Pet Wft.Hornla : Some people have their pic- I
1 part 2:00-Music for Moment-nbo I and rftiirnIUi tures taken because they. flatter 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

ewwntry. under the present Federal program iron and steel, nonferrous! metals! and glass Give tawinating and Take Rhythm Quiz--cbs abaMore l-r-n rH... ....nrtl t.. and w" ill I them:'
I h.,1 a I !t.:3 i \ :\l :M >H.I\ June
and Dance Time-mba I' --- - ---- -- --- --- - - --- -- --- -
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ttt Ko\ernment ownership of electric power optical instrument industries.The ! U. I'4". in the Town Hall r :North --
2:20-Veterans Series-nbe Miami. l-t..rilj' .
\re surrender basic rights and liberties! report specifies charges. For example The Country Journal-cbs I At _..I time and '.1".... :r..n 0-ill, )
The Post abo
Ultching !
t r given ,, .rtunithoe fnll
> an
., opi
which this country was founded. leading chemical companies most Guest Band :Showmbs3:00Orchestras heard.ty1TNRSS.
of Nation-aba ....
: .r Ks
thhun1 thettve n-
:.. Now TVA want to start construction! of which belong to cartels! held prices un- Overseas ReportcbsClan iI I rrr-tari ..f the ..I..riot IU.ii-

-_ hf a $54.OOO.OOO: ) ) steam plant-a proposal necessarily high during the depression. !I ro Be ria Announced-rub.>house-abe I ,road. >n.. and at T 1'"i.Ii.;ilia ha.--nliti-I.->-.: Florida-; ....mmiw thE.",- What an Acorn needs is Management/

3:IS! Science Adventure cbs i I .
\\hkh. has been "blocked for the time be- The tin cartel was cited as! an example ot Z.lh lay of Slat. II' .
3:30-Cross Section U. S. A -cb 1 Fr."d INlll
.. : ;.7 ,
., ,
1"I.- by Congress.' That proposal had the : fostering inefficiency by protecting high- The Sports:Symphony l'arade-mba Hour-abe.. I ma-:!:" It

:- merit of destroying the last vestige of cost producers. The output of the industry 4:00-Doctors Today-nbo j lithe wind manages to drop the tiny acorn
tan Daughrrty Present*-cbs IN TIIK= "'01'ATI' Jl IM.I01
\'.\'* flood coiitrol propaganda' such was reduced to one-third of capacityby Vance Charlie S locum-mbe IN %M> Fall NO\IcoI:4DiSTY. in the right spot . and rain and sun and =- SMother

rieamlant 1933 and prices from twenty-seven 4.30-First Piano Quartet-HbO FlUKini.,. .. IN IMiOITKIn Earth manage to nourish it properly -_-_- -+ a
a | electricity ,(orNHlRm..rdal rose force Race; Dance-cb r K tate .rfalI
Sports Matme -abe- '; <-.\ ; i. "1.M: . get a mighty
purposes! only. Thus TVAIwirly to forty-six cents a pound. Horse Mace Time-mbs ,' 1eeea.ed.UTI1 !
..' intends to cement its position as the The report points out that cartels 4:45-Church Serr (repL S.4S)-mo, : ritori-OK \;1.1'IITIMiTICK :: Diiii:\1. finest brewer's grains Nature produces .

ee.m mic dictator of the region if it can, restrict investments because they resist the 5:00 Race-Swanee; Youth Hirer Show Boys-cbs-nbo ,, pur"t: t..IS an llKliitiiKN tord..r of I h.. l'ounty: that manage to get together with the costliest: J yo. ,t a

News. Treasury Band-abo I Judge ...rI..nr.: .... .....intKl.ri.la. of domestic and imported hops . and ,
: and carry state socialism another step introduction of new techniques and restrict Take a Number'; -mbs-ea t l'n.l.r"in..I,; K,:....!U..r nr the '' 1
5:IS!>Three Sans Trio-abo \ they in turn manage to have the guidance \ et
I t-t Will a,1 T."la..1I1 itf "arne
toward the logical cO1t"ll1=-ion-go'ern- the use or limit the application of old tech- . . .
S.30-Doc L Q., Jr.-nbc \ 1_ olmxtol. d.. ... ..". h... ..f Kvvl of R
priceless brewing skill and the best in :
M. .-.. rr-n -
ment monopoly. niques. Without competition, the report Louis Matinee--cbs west' ;tionror \ Klnrnlathe willoffer ;,
Melodies to Remember-abs I I for sal and soil at the front facilities %
. fine beer. %
4 No private utility can gain this kind concludes, the cartel member will not reduce True or False-mbs-east I door. of the M Innr..e ,*ountonrl you get a mighty N aa
1i:4W'HklJ'! CommentarJ'bo IJnu_ at Key west. Florida at lit If you want a mighty fine beer with a Y "
I : .>f control over the destinies of whole or destroy the capital volume of his orlook _X .:.\1- \\-.. the f ll,.min)5" d..-.. ril e : atxlrs. Power regulatory authorities equipment even when he could reduce the TODAY'S : forBUDWEISER. -+ a
All that certain pier nr parol
whose duty i is! the protection of the public cost by using new equipment.The ANNIVERSARIESKnow I j ..f land ,cttiut'Uintc and IMlnic -- .
in the 'ity .;f Key \\.- {; : i Itlt.t -ret t t. i ee to that. Only the government report also emphasizes that be- ( America) I 4'ounty of Monroe. and State of .a
, Florida, known a Lot Four (441 .
';. raft create monopolies. And those mon- cause cartel regulated prices tend to be 1764-E d ward Livingston' Block BiKhteen (IX I. Trait 8..v- .
t "fM,lU s, in turn can dictate to you andcleryone inflexible cartels aggravate the "boom and famed New York congressmanand enteen. U7 I according !.. the I .

:- else and there's nothing you can bust" cycle. It points out that in order to S mayor. then a Louisiana U.- !Investmin part of Tra- Sent.-.-n (1St. I a FS t a
senator U. S. secretary of . /
do about it.Remember. duly r.< or keep its prices unchanged between i a
1923: state, diplomat. born at Clermont. j (1) on ijiSN. of Monroe C''un-

:=- !: Mr. Lilienthal's phrase: and 1932 one large American company in N. Y. Died May 23, 1836. I j I tr>.,. Florida 11 IH.I.n-led Records and ,derilwd and which" ,i.. Budiveiser .

.Th.If.4' who control energy, control peoStatkntWaB the nickel cartel reduced its output by 1807---Jean L. R. Agassiz fam- follows' .. \iz. I'omiiienciuK ..at :i FOR FIVE DAYS .
ed Swiss naturalist Harvard point t n Sooth Street di tnntFifty
:!: II"." eighty cent and result thousandsof professor (:!.) f,..', from the cornerof ii Ltk Vi II Because t
J per as a I who revolutionized the south and Elizabeth! Sl-e:; ..i.. of our great expansion -
. ... employees lost their jobs. study of natural sciences in'''t: and running, thence along SouthStreet .
. program more
:- .. not the America born. Died) Cambridge, In a :N..rh-a.trrl. ..\.'...drr.. , ;k} On the sixth day
are only men in- The facts brought by this report linn l-ift\ (:del f--t t .it = Budweiser: is available now. -
Dec. 14, 1873.1818Pierre. right anglee l :s..rth"'rh '
a try to drink
.lerivteil in figures.An should convince Key West!'; readers that G. T. Beauregard. T..nt0*"1 ff-t: lhn.-.- jtI sweet beer
the g overnment is on the right track whenit soldier hem of War of 1864 with I j I right anlv in a s.>ulhut..'rli \ ,
-: enthusia, Mexico ,engineer, famed Confed-. tae: ) fret. then jI
: tie maji i i:1: one who dhf attempts to break up monopolies and I at right anjrle. in a Soiithra r' & You'll want the -
erate born New :
i in Orleans. f-r\\\ it:rntion line lliiii vew what almost !
: : everybody else }II j islearned. cartels that restrict! competition. : Died Feb. 20. 1893. Twenty feet tn the point I fsj distinctive taste of '

.- Despite the pious proclamation of industrialists I 1837-Tony Pastor actor song- I I f The.f beginning vai:: ,. HIM fin |South... ..n Sir.irrrn.. I. and ; Bwdweiser thereafter j 4A "' ea

writer, manager of Vaudeville I .-r...lit 'III' be SIIowml'. for not ) Ip1
about competition and free enterprise anilaiiety. shows born in New | than ..lx.\. per ...-ni ..f iho per The human race always has small prier and for not longer than In.ars. .. I
i a the practice of many industries is York. Died Aug. 26. 1908. ).- such deferred. i mr..h.pri..<' ,.
; lfIVtup of self-appointed leaders who worry to secure a strangle-hold on the market 1855-Abby Leach famed Vas- t to ttf c\In<.i>.l l.\. f h.. pr..ml"r' t .

": about posterity nnd the younger gener- which will enable them to reduce sar professor of Greek, who had to :i I note personal of the r purchaser pr
output beg Harvard: professors to teach 'curN1 by mortcitr upon the M
::. It t ... and maintain I nld Said I
high prices. proportv 'ale: will l I. "''ulo-
her. the
Apparently so great prejudice .
against Budweiser
I felt to 'Ih. approval of aid ('o nl\.I. o
there are some business men who believe women studying college] subjects I Judce '

; If the United States wants to lose:; its"shore in the doctrine of scarcity and are without when she was a girl horn in I!, 'Bated th day at of Key Man't.West' I>' Florida. thin i iI I I ....
\\i\ ADt .
1 M
Brockton. Mass. Died bee U.
Dec MT
. in the 20. tt'll+illiameiJrT ln.. ( OF'I'
sun, all that it has to do is compunction in reducing production regardless 1918. *v Kxnntnr ..f the IJIMVil! TASTES LIKE a
:: to b., afraid of its responsibilities and Totanwrnt ..f ,'arr'"* I.. BUDWEISER
in the .
of its Avery Hapwood
effects upon unemploy- play-I ll l irmt.l, l ffya rim.
pro.. era of world affairs. wright.born in Cleveland Die aphelia T. lAtcc..rIf AU312 AN
ment. H E USE
.Mriar, ,1 i July 1, 1923. ( Ge>un el few said .&,,",'-. ; R. 8 use H . .ST. LOU IS'I
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I i'f; Visi tNUSd !1 llive' "1geney cur, ;.t' I I f rf f t ftttval IIOSJ)1Iil

: leltker CIJ.s
i j i; An eight pound three ounce .
' t
bJ IGd1Lkat. Bemis j son was born in the U. S. Nov it
: !
service station
r Conducting a
01 .as ,, Hospital to Mrs. Faye Neighbnrfc.
I* in Key West since 1938 has given j j I wife of 'EJbtrt W. Neighbors:
i | Ch pter6LANIER TTTLDRED enjoyed the selections -' agreed. "And it is only a beginning *
two brothers. Peter and Tony'; BMI. Operation Developm*"'*!
stood by the mantel- n. but she found her attention Hildred-you won't mind if
Estenoz the training and experi- Station-Section Ease. The fray
( one arm resting on caught by-and wandering I call you that now that we are
': rt. his face lighted by its soft flow back to-a certain, outstanding friends will you?" ence necessary to service cars in i has been named Woodrow Mar
*o that the harsh lines were shadowed portrait that hung above the grand So he had not forgotten that brief a first class manner and afro .I quis.' -
= the cynical ones about his hoped he would play-there was a intimacy. She said she would not gave the brothers the experience!I A seven pound. ton ounce son .
piano. It was the portrait of a girl mind at alL But she I i was born to Mrs. Kirrh'gesfner.
handsome mouth. the intent furrow was not 50 sure necessary to secure and hold the j jagncy Bf tty -
, in ha forehead. But it was his an extrordinarily attractive girl if about this being a beginning: for the Studebaker cars I wife of Edwin Kirchjjehhner -
manner that had she could not be called beautifuLShe though of this she did not
changed most it course
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for this district.
red hair and
flaming odd
was as if he had thrown aside.a I *
: garment he wore for protection a green eyes and small pointed say.Again he seemed to read her The twin Esterioz Brothers are -
rgarment of worldly bitterness as if face. It was not a happy face- thoughts. He said. -I meant that established in a brand new garage A six--pound< daughter wn bom
.- he had tastedall[ life's joys and sorrows maybe that was why Hildred keot about a beginning-as I told you I at 1130 DuvaJ street and have to Mrs. Virginia Phillips, wife of
and disillusionment.He looking at it. There appeared the don't give my friendship readily. I factory trained rtwiionics' I Charles W. Phillip MM!.' US3Mednesal.
could be two people. HUdred same glimpsed haunted in Lucien look Lanier's that she dark had don't believe that you do. either. duty. They fu-nrsli a complete . She has b:::!n lamed
- *hougnt-human, You remember too. that.you said service for all-cars Jbut give Caroline Helen. '
sincere unaffected
eyes when he had said there was
you knew I must often be lonelyso =
t -or the man the first had no hope of his finding what his not lal aticntioa to the Stu -ehak sw-I A seven pound son was born
l you see you must only come
. thought him.arrogant and intoler- heart might seek because he was again but often!" His smile was i; Several new Studeliakers to Mrs. Barbara Haines wife of
ant. She Mid. "I ought not have a Lanier. one of the rare kind that lighted up now on the floor and they will ;i John B. Haines, LT JG ,of the
4 of spoken me."as 1 did. It was very rude Could the girl of the portrait be his face so that it seemed he was be glad to show their rivan- I| Fleet Sonar SohwoL Navy Submarine -
'I. '' a Lanier. too There seemed a that other hidden person, seldom J taxes to any nerson who i.. iT'I I 1I j I Base. The newcomer has
"It was"Tery honest, he cor- vague resemblance beside that revealed
to anyone. The person he All been named Daniel Wll"OJ1. -
terested in
{ I -e:Pd."Honesty is something 1 esteem strange expression. And the back- might have been no douot. had he many points.
and seldom: come in contact ground was this very room in not been born to such great wealth. !I new cars are fully serviced be-1" A seven pound, ten ounce son
, with Especially with a woman as which Hildred sat now the same Hildred had not counted on letting {i lore they are delivered. The Twin j jI was hem to Mrs. FlovnrHi:-
young and lovely as you. And in I yellow sofa on which she had been herself in tor quite so much i Brothers are making a splendid Cins. wife of tarl E. m gir..s,
hit you were mistaken dothink seated. But it was true she did not Rive reputation for their business. CSM. USS PCS 1380.
m you beautiful. However her curiosity must remain I friendship lightly, either. And. i : _! -- -
'"Shall we dine" her host asked' unanswered as of course she once more. she *as touched bv a licit tim YYraDisiYs. ia
offering Mildred his arm with as could not possibly ask any ques- I sort of boyish eagerness behind his
< much decorum as if the room were tions about the red-headed girl. words though it was an eagerness ,
) lull of other guests. Indeed they did not seem to get she knew he would not allow many Reward for GRADUATES I
}:p The food of course was so excel back again to that brief intimacy : people to uncover. It was almost a
-. vent that Hildred felt it might have they had shared for a short while. : hunger-the sort of hunger for af-
seen prepared in some other When she realized the hour must fection and understanding
!. world. Th re were to many be getting late Hildred said she she often had encountered among lam. ' A t"s 4 great moment for graduates
f.} cowries, each served so perfectly. must leave. "It has been a very ,the people with whom she worked. '
q all containing such delicate and pleasant evening," she said; Tve That was why she held out her ] . a never-to-be-forgotten I
; more than just steaming soup and surprised to find that that was now. "Of course I shall come ,
'3 : entree of chilled shrimp chicken true: ithad been so restful herein again. I shall be glad to, Mr. Lanier x f# this a doubly memorable event
: and lobster, and salad. and these lovely surroundings the
C greens i s by giving a gift of Quality Jewelry
J dfisert.Yet she did not enjoy them cheerful fire the soft music. Tma "}fr. Lanier!" His smile was indeed 1
" :. rfs *he might hid the felt less con- working girl, you know," her boyish now. and teasing: his \ . a tribute worthy of their
,* strained. For throughout the entire one dimple flashed provocativelyas handclasp was warm and alto- \ -t -, i attainments. 1
:tI meal two servants stood bet she smiled. **I have to be up gether friendly. :
,; hind ecn chair while two others early in the morning. "Lucien then." It was not as dif- } :
i wrought in silver platters or re- Til have Robin bring the car to ficult to say as she would have
raved them. Four people to wait I the door in a few minutes" Lucien imagined, though a few hours ago
;pjn two! returned promptly. Apparently it she could not possibly have imagined HAMILTON
1 t The elaborate meal finally terminated did not occur to him to offer to herself calling him that.
I t her host asked if she would drive her back into town himself. Hildred felt being driven back :
<'.\ Lke to hear some music llildrtdweautiful : Maybe Hildred reflected he was into town in the big car by Rob.n. $5225 :..' -
t grand in the big room. so used to being waited upon in that a new chapter was opening up a 1:1>,_ .
,; .At ioste&J he tot out some record- every way that he did not even in her life. Models for men and women, II '
-: I' tai drive! "It has been pleasant," hej i iJ i (To be continued) latest styles superbly accurate i
_.__ timekeepers. '0 ."
TOLr.II CKUISKIl SUISK TORPEDOES Other nationally- $2475 up -:
Reds Find Losl City famous watches -
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West and & Vicinity: Partly IiifortuatioM for the Advertisers .. t>; :t Young German girls Have t.
cloudy warm today -
: for their daily bread HI tilts
tonight and Saturday. Gentleto RATES! FOR REGULAR ... P.'T"'T' r ,. mar German town of
moderate east and southeast BLACKJTACK TTPK I Payment for classified advertfseir.ent" _.. 'I 1
winds. \ i,. invariably in advance but -' ... Poles have crews ul ... lit
Advertisements under this head I regular advertisers with ledger a<- : ';" 1;i in the heart of the tt.wta
Florida: Partly cloudy today. Will be inserted In The Citizen at' courts m.r hare their ad.ertls.- .t the debn of ww
tonight and Saturday Isolated tbe rate t>f 2c a word for each Insertion meats chancel. -; >away ,
but tbe minimum coarse f..r PI-RLIt'ATIO' 1)1)1.1'1: -- ed buildings Meat e< the
local af tei noon thunderstorms the first 15 word or less' Is J.-.-. I To inure puhll-ation. r..p:- mint -' i appear to be betweeta .1 ...
Continued warm. The rate for klaekfaee trr is :c be in The Citizen otfice before 11otloch. .
East Gulf of Mexico &. Jackson- word, alOl the minimum barge for I in th morniax of the day i years of age. t
the flnt i-words is 4c- l oe Pllblic U"'n. Poles pay them 4 1-2 eet.ls -
vile thru the Florida Straits: I
day in addition to theirlodging. tf4 [
Gentle to moderate winds east 1
Ahnut 1.5** oUrm
to southeasterly over south por- AM .dr.rti..inr Is accepted no>ler the following ....ndillo.ns: In the g i \
tion and south to: southwesterly event of error in advertising transient or contract The Citizen will be I remain in Gonow Scv4fe
' reeponatule on!! for the first insertion In 1'IaaaIIled tdertl and InUloBlar dred of these are .....,....
over north portion today, tonight '4trnl..lnK for only the a. IvaI amount of apace occupied bjr the :
I' and Saturday. Partly cloudy part of the advertisement where the error occurs.FOR are awaiting repatriation to
weather - .-. .-. - - . -. . - - - - 1 : many and probabK will foe M (
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Jacksonville to Apalachicola: to the Russian /on* of t.cetrpet4What's .
No small craft or storm warnings ;
have, been issued. -/\ ..m&flllllllIl..1f __
Store to let. 35x60. At 218 Simon Bungalow small store buildingand : / 4<
Report ton St. Call H. Altman. Phone lime grove on four nice -Z- . !' Doingat I
682. may l-tf lots size 50' x 120' each. in good 'I I the
Key W :,t Fla., May 28, 1 >43 I section. This can be bought on -.LJ-.J I
Furnished house June 15-No- ARMED SERVICES
(Observation taken at City Office. easy terms. Johnson & John
8:30 A.M. EST) vember 1. Two master bedrooms son. Phone '372. may 1' -U 'Al.n.p "'") Y.M.OA. I
two baths screened
Temperature OF i l Jackson Square. Whit ea41
Highest :yesterday 87 breezewaj.: 1012 Southard, Plumbing supplies complete ARIZONA SECRETARY J JI and Southard Streets
Lowest last night _ _ 79 673R I stock. Plastic tile, paints and STATE. Dan E. Garrey (above).
Mean __ 83 ma>28-3K| brushes. Murray's Plumbing. I automatically became actiaj: I II 1 i
Normal _______ -- 80 .. $10.00 per month. 1019 IGarab j 1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami I governor of the state Tuesday I II I I
PrecipitationTotal Margaret Street. ma>23-3 i Fla. Phone 7-3421. mayl-tf upon the death of GOT. Sidney :, 8;30 P-M-Bridge. PtnucMe atj
last 24 hours .00 ins. I P. Osborn at Phoenix. Garveywas I I Movies. .
Total this month 88 ins. Furnished two-bedroom house.I Electric refrigerator: buffet: sev- I born at Vicksburg. !tlJ .. i iI t I Saturday
Deficiency this month 2.28 ins. hot water. Apply 1212 Pearl J (enty-five Leghorn pullets. 1118 June 19. 188S. He has resided I II 8;00 P. M.-Movies. .
Total this year 16.7 ins. Street. ma>282fsi! White Street. may26-6tx I I I in Arizona since 1909. 10:15 P M. Second Slew.t ..
Deficiency this year 7.61 ins. I ture announced at the
furnished one1bedroom :
Relative Humidity New. beautifully White outside paint $2.75 gallon. .pll1Rf tUUmhUllIllWmlUUlIiWUhf9lUlIUlUlWitlsN.C.C.S. Sunday a
at 8.30 AJ4. house $85.00 monthly. 9-inch electric fans, $3.50. Doh- i 9:45 A M.Java Out .seetr.
\ . Can 1317-R. maj2S-3t\ .
70wBarometer I arty &: Co., 846 Olivia corner awn GfOttftX11100AM.
Lovely three-bedroom house with Packer. Call 1597. may26-tf .-"Go to CHUMH
(Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. 1021 Dural Street Part" ,.
large garden for adult family i I
2l>.% ins.-10146 mbs only. To January first. $100 S;, Pressing Club. Good location DEFENSE FORCESPROGRAM 3:GOP. M.--Classical Hew, *- .
Tomorrow's Almanac mojathly. Telephone 1021-J good business opportunity. I lecte fir annoy need.
Sunrise - 5:39 a.m. may246txFOR 809 Duval St. mav24-6tx : 9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Millar is
Sunset _ -- 7:10 pm II I niuinniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiHiiy j the Patio. CofnmtMMgr M.I .
Al.w.nire 00:12 p.m. RENT ROOMS 12-pa<*sen<;er de luxe sedan bus. | FRIDAY ing.. Beatrice Moreno at ..

Moonsct -_ 11:17 a.m. Take any reasonable offer. 9:00 A.M. o:00"i1.M.Sewing Piano
1 I! Ramon Navarro. Phone 413 I Writing ; 10:OOP. M.-Coffee Hour
Light housekeeping rooms $5.00 V.1 Machine Typewriter, 1
William 613 Caroline Street. j Camera Club meete cast
TIDES to $15.00 per week. 411 Room. Showers.
: at .:ee P M. .
19-23-28-3tx j jCuihnum
Street. may4-lmox may I SATURDAT
G. O. 'Gfrig S
& nwetui. ..-
(Naval Base) 1.00 P.M. 6:00 Pit-Picnic, .
Eastern Standard Time) OVERSEAS HOTEL s-cooter new tires good I Fishing (sign UD m advance). o vice and 4th OrgaA Momtoy atoB>, eves JH

High Low 917 Fleming Street running condition. $185 Apply SUNDAY }
Game Room Chinese Clw k
3:03 a.m. 7:22 a.m. Weekly rates I after 4:30 p.m. 607 William 10:30 A.M. 11:30 AIL-Com- : .
chess card:. ft .. p.4
ere pn
9:20 without Bath I I Street. ma27-3tx: Breakfast White
1:39 pm. p.m $8.00 to $10 OQ munion writing desks library, omul
iw $12.00 to $1500 with Bath Hat Club U S. Sub Base labile ...
various .
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA : may 10-tf I Lot 48' x 50'. Duval and Louisa, (2nd Sunday). ( magazines etc.

Reference Station: Key West Phone 156-J for particulars. X-00 P.M. 7:00 PJtl.-Fishins Showers, talents rackets glib

Time of! Height of Cool,'comfortable furnished room.I may27-3t Trip (sign up in advance. I clubb. fishing. hoes. ii r i|
StationTid. (high water opposite court hOl513 Information services, hOusing. checking service, film MivK|
Balua Honda Whitehead Street. ma>27-tx I Tw u lad>'s bicycles used only 90 city maps. : mauling and wiapputgreceiving pM a
(bridge) -Oh lOin 00ft days. _Balloon tnea. $17.00 Religious literature, library.Islephones messages phung i ea..
.No Name Key FOR RENT-APARTMENTS !I each 1JKH Staples. ma>27-3t\ I'I stamps, wrapping tnd stamps railway express ee"'"
(cast end) _____+2h 20m mailing packages. railway express available to SERVICE PSMOIJ
Boca Chica I i Furnished apartment 3 rooms i iI Two electric fans suction fan sen'ice. laundry pick-up-- NLL.Lesletsh.
(Sandy Point-Oh 40m I and bath. Maid and janitor plumber's tooL tvo-buiner available to all defense fonts I Davit -Director
Calder Channel service linens and utilities! electric plate. 426 Greene St and their families. Gerald Punier-Program
(north. end) __+2h 10m +1.4 ft furnished. Summer rates. Cor- 1 may273txBaby I :MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN | rvciac.
000.. al Hotel Apartments opposite Executive Secretary.. Beverly BwcKaMMi SoctelI

.. NOTE Post Office. ma>-21-10t\ carnage Good condition :' .'. :MISS HILDA CASTILLO. Dm ten Oriui IeiitFeeal
i (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto Phone 831-J roa>27-3tx Secretary.Herb Desk Aide.
be subtracted. Efficiency apartments all uttli- I __ ___ __ J

I.- -( (,)-Plus sign: Corrections to ties furnished. Adults only. AU>osleeping ; A Hamilton piano in very gooo gardens were plantedwithin i Before the dtxweiv ...
be added. ... rooms. $10.00 to $12.00 condition. $12300 Call 1312-R the cloistered walls of sugar-can and 0 f the mratiu (
(h-Hour. double. Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming : or 408 Virginia; Sn-eet. European monasteries during the extracting sugar Rent bn,..

(m-Minute. I Street ma>7-tf ma>27-4t\ I Renaissance. and the products, honey was of far greater i.....
(ft)-Feet. used to treat ailing people. tance than it is tudoi\ -l
I Furnished 2 2-room apartment. 'Thoroughbred black Cocker --- -- -- - - --- ---,

Utilities furnished. $b9.00 I' Spaniel puppies. Co-1 Poinciana I The Beachcomber
monthly. Couple only. Apply Place Phone 1569-J
Temperatures 915 Windsor Lane. mayll-tf ma '28-2tx

7:30A.M... E.S.T. t I
Completely'furnished new tfficieno Used innr. endows ..nd sCn'n: FOR ACCURACY and DEPENDABILITY
aportmtnt Electric refngeration. I Very the..p. Evans 509 opthtand t
Station- Cintinuouho' Stn,t. mi\2S-31 I
Atlanta __ __ 64 l _w.itcr. Phone 215 m s>26-tf

Billings ___ )0 Dinette set. living room and bedroom I HYD]

Birmingham .,... '_ 63 Efficiency apartment. Couple suite two lamps. foul
Unn.ark._ _ _ 33 only. Paul's Tire Shop ruffs four sets (.f d;-ape,. and
B.-.tol1 ___ 53 ma)2 -6b. three tables. 78 2 Pomciana

Buffalo ._ __n___ 66 i Place. ma\26-3tx
Chaileston: __ 72 Thrce-rooru apartment Sleep: I
Chicago ._ '_' _ 63 four. Children wanted One I STORAGE i iI
Corpus Christi 72 room: apcrtmtnt: twin beds amshower ; -.-.- |I We know you will b. .*

Denver _ 52 Both on beach. Phon Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture I I pleased with a HYDE PAle

Detroit _n_____ 62Ft I 605w. ma>27 2tx or commercial. Phone ;93. watch as we are; to coin ..

W.tth _ _-.-:_ 6-1 mayll-tf I today and see our beautiful -
Galveston ___.. _.__._ 67 Furnished apartment adults only ttUcttonN .
Jacksonville _ __ :...... _, .. 703 South St., Phone 226. FOR SALE-USED CARS

Kansas City _ ___ 59 ma276t.:-
KEY WEST __ 10 1942 Nash 4door. radio heatei

Key West Airport __ _____._ 81 o'vur-room aparttvcnt. furnished scat covers.. complete motor
1.oS Angeles 51 spacious for summer Hot wa- overhaul. 79j 38 Rest Beach

Louisville ,_ __ 64 ter. largo Frigidaire. Adults ma>-25-5tx194C

Miami ___...:__ 81 nu pcta. Phone 222-M. f>25 An
Minneapolis ._ 41 scla. mjx27-2i, Hudit-n sedan 907 Virginia

Memphis __ 6Slew 6 Stieet may 27-3tx

Orleans __ 'il Furnished apartment. Write Box
P.S.0 Citizen. ma\23-2tx 1937 Oldsmobile. 2-door. Body'
New Volk h_ _ 59OI..Yahoma
City ____ 61 and motor 'in gasJ condition.
Omaha J8 FOR RENT-COTTAGES Must bell by May 31 Bargain. 105U- No. 10036- No. i0475N.*. IOJU-
l'cr>urota __ 71 $395. 37 Rest Bc;ch. Phone 17 Jewell. Gold 17Jew.! .14 Karot 17J.w.U. Retied 17"J.w.h a 1 Ivry
Ia30-W. 27 3Ul' MUd Ccne Gold Cove- Gold Moi.d Geld Co.-
Roanoke 6J Comfortable attractive four-mom ma> -
St. 1"-\lTs' 6-1 and bath cottage. all modern DiamondsSI Top Cat_ s 17.3U
San Antonio 63 con\'cnirnccs. Nice yard. screened 37 Packard fordoi -dan. new 15.00 s32.oo

San Francisco . ._ 50 poieh Moderate r-nt: includes paint good tires. radio.. Can
Seattle 32 utilities. No objections be seen at Tony's Auto Body.
Tallahassee n to infant child. Navy (' H pU Shop. C03-60j Green Street I

Tampa __ 73 preferred Also ._imilar ci>ttag' may296tMISCELLANEOUS
o Washington 66 for couple onl\.. Inquire 916 I
Windsor Lane may26-1ta I

Many countries hold elections
Cottages for one and two couples Washers, irons, vacuums and t
on Sunday because on that day
the greatest number of voters New coD ortahh' furnished fans repaired. O'Briai.t, Phone]I
can take part. f x>l. Block from beach Quiet 1164-M. "mayl I
Adults onlv New reduced rates
Month or season. Souths in<1. For guaranteed plumbing and re
Wllj irpWdIA 1321 Simonton Stre t. pairs. Free estimate. Call i No. loan_
ma\28-lt\ John Curry. 512 Margaret St. ,I 17 J..Is. Na 204"11- ... 10U7-
Phone 17 Jewess Clean. /7 ... ,
B7 BIlL P.uuo" 781 mayl-tf 14 PL Cold 5.s.4
Co... Top. Steel Sod Case. Geld 't.Nd ,_(_
LOST 8 71.i0
Caroline Shop 223 Ann Sheet. : 81 .dn :'a !s.iAN

1 Reading glasses, with hsht-coloij will remain open through '! Pike. Iwelcde 04..r... OPEN AN ACCOUPRF

I j ed plastic frames in black June with increasing stock of i'
leather case. Reward. Phone new inexpensive cottons for
,1 24 t. may2S-m slipcovers and draperies. From I
,, 10 to 5 daily except Thursday
and Saturday afternoons '
maj2S-6tx I I THE
Experienced switchboard opera-
li j t"r. See Miss: Price La Concha REFRIGERATIONGuaranteed I!

Hotel. ma\28-3t. I
t\1 .. elomcstic and j JE\YELEUS 0 nlitunTEIC
;___ \ HELP WANTED-MALE meicial service 1'010-1!

"People who want t* plan ellr rciOBiy I complete overhaul free on of TELEPHONE 532
remind me *f ('.Ul.'i" N.-4. Y WP"cteran to learn printing tharce. Holbroc
If he d ep.nt as rnvf H time fttmnnr trade. Refrigeration 614 Duval Street Key Wht.
as planlunghe'd died ri6." Apply Key West ma>2S-5t Citizen -t Service Phone 724-W. I Florida

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Motor Court : .: TROPICAL ............................................: ........ ........ :...........................................:

. \i)I J Own.nhip.Management JiY Siiiiontou St. .,. ,. 71t DUVAL Nice Selection STREET of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS PHONE: 1000 ;. .,If It t Is Ebelrical WE REPAIR SELL ITI mWE t i ; j POOR OLD CRAIG i

: t: of BENNY FERNANDEZ ; ; Plenty of Action Toys? for the Children ; We Will Call For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS ,: : Service Station :

1. .Serving BREAKFAST.. S to 11LUNCHEON. .; SHOWING SEE OUR ofHOME Electrical t I Appliances I ,, 30 Yean"Experience la Electrical W k.: :; J. H. BRADT. Manager PHONE SIMFraacia :

;; : 11(30 to 2 ; .........................-....................... 211 Duval Street .:: '. Muco Mesa. Jr_ Prop. : and Diritlon StxMisI :
..: DINNER> to 1:30 ................................................ ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 : 701 DUVAL STREET Tim Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories
: Dealer.
I t The Vest "/ Steal* . \' SUNDRY] STORE .: .............................................: 922 SIMONTON- STREET :......Tour.....URE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.....................
; Short Orders-Sandwiches : : .................... ................ ....; ; Dry Cleaning .......................................A..*.S: .:
. At All Hours : : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. : : : .et. s :
I Try Our Frozen Tour Potronogs Izmted"Ice : PRITCHARDFUNERAL I .: : RUSSELL'SDRY : ,. 24 nail-HOUR Pressing SERVICE ; RADIATOR SERVICE : \
; : : ; : Free Pick-Up and :
2 Open Daily and Sunday : : Cream Proprietary Medicine .. Delivery Service -
, . : GOODS : Rod and 9 Flushinf : .:
A.M.> to Midnight : : : SUITS for 3IENand 9 Cleaning RejHuring
......................a: : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : WOMEN : AUTO AND :
\ Toilet Preparation and Article : : HOME | |.
..: :...................;).............................. .: PHONE 373Specializing ; ; 1\1\ at 1 eo I 0-."' easnre TONY'S BODY SHOP

:5555555,5............ ................................................. : let Those Serve ; ;: S PHONE 282 :. 603.OS GREENE: : STREET : .: (
. : : : Who Serve Best J :J : ..................... .............................................

GOMEZ : MUMFORD% _\ t and ROSS_ : WE HAVE NEVER.: inWomen's. : ...................... .............................................. I
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FURNITURE CO. ,. : Exclutire Monroe County Distributor forCarrier WE NEVER WILL : and . : CAROLYNOrers] SIlPI( E I I
. ; LO P EZ Hotal SIS FUming St.
TJO DUVAL STREET : AirConditioningfor : : : Orers as ,
: Ambulance Service Children'sApparel : :: t= DONALD BARBER I
Jinrnilr Furniture :
1 Domestic and Commercial Use : : 548 : : Funeral I Service ; : : We la I
HOUSEHOLDrTILMTFKK: ) : Telephone . : Specialize t.
. $33 PHONES 1150. t.k
..-: ...sr............a............-.................... : Never Sleeps ; : Established illS : : Scalp Treatments Hair DyeingSTELL'S
Plastic Inlaid CongoleumAxmimttr ................................................ .......................'I ''...................... .: .: :. Phone 175 A.JL; TYPES reassu.itar! ell' BSLP waves'S:.C: aT5 (
. BroadieltRADIOS : S :: ............................................. Licenced Funeral .................... ... .........
, andAppliances HOTPOIUT Electric :: Directors andEmbalmcrs :.................................... ;.....'
. : Ranges \ J.A.MYERS
; ; ; BEAUTY NOOKScientific R! :
1 : Refrigerators.; Disposals and Electrical Appliances .* 24HourAmbulance Beauty Culture :
. : Ttrm Arranged" Wa!'liin<; Machines' for Immediate Delivery J .S Licensed ., .. in All BrancheaThoroughly - a ;:
: OPEN TILL fcOO PJ4. HOME APPLIANCE 1 : Experienced "': :
, : MON. and SAT. PAINTING Contractor Operator :
. .. ...................... 605 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 : Service Soft Water U:-d Exclasl..ly t.
., : ................................................* : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED / :
................................................, T.Isphoa.9127.114 Du.a1 StiMt.Jefferson Hotel : : Phone 135 Night 635 : ; Phone 637 536 Fleming SU / .
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1 PRICE TOURS . K eyes t Garden & Lawn Supply I ;. When You Want FASTER, BETTER ............. : Former Customer, Friends and the PuMic Invited

. :: :: :: '14 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 : : FLOOR SANDING ; : Frances Beauty Salon :
: : : Key .
P&HeD ,
. : ReprecrnUtlreafw : : Full PET SUPPLY Line : ., On Old or New Floors-CALL US Foa AN ESTIMATE ,. : Frances Park. Owner :
i 1010 GR1NNELL.
.\ : i Full t GARDEN SUPPLY Line : Guaranteed Work Modern Methods I : :. Vanity Culture in all it* l'hat ::

'0 FLORIDA EAST : : i.uurlvoiis Service and Delivery :. J. DOUGLAS TREVOR CONCH SHELLS : 4 / Permanents Scalp TreatmeBU .
All Siss ;
................................................. 1U29 Harris A>euue Phone 1374RSate Facials Shampoo Man curi q :

\ S e COAST..* LMitod RAILWAY But .:: .................................................,. _........................................................................................,.. :. COCOANUTS :. .................................Appointmanl.............ntPhone.........usa..;...............

:. , 20% Soil . cASAYo ;; :
Marl\ and Top Tl/f .. .
Fire Insurance
DR. COBO-S . on dwellings. : Landscaping! SPONGES anon S UUESO t1
mereaDtile t : ..
. '-: OFFICE , br INSURING withAtlantic TOP SOIL. $5.50 PER YARD or Sl.0o PER SACK ; BEAUTY SALON :
:. bldgc. house* MARL HAULED.$5.00 for-4 YARDS Will Ship to Any Part. House in UJS.A.'" [ .: ..
ruMDfQ: STREET bold and S
._ HMV of La Coach HoUl '; sonal ellO per. . Save 15% on AU Policies Noo-Asa.aaabl. Marcy S. Palacio Expert Hair Tinting Hair Cutting/J ; 'Ci' :
)( ..: PHONE 124 , MercantileStock.: Gm! I mtrSH 1U21 Olivia St. Personalized Permanents .Styling- '
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. PHONE 3112 S ] phases in beauty culture. These student b auUctan*.
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9I Key West Clown? will

I Arr Mlrt Simmon bat. with the Pirates in the "

1 Iliillir; ,* Take How They Standi A E ond game of a baseball dOUbll'-1 SE."e-1

. header at Municipal \'A:

Of I'lralr Florida-International i day afternoon. I _
In this the Pirates will
/N. TN _. .ri.e.d Pr. .. Baseball League : ; contest ,
be out for rev: Fans will re-I
HPW: YORK. Mar 28- Club- W. L. PcL

.1.|..*. Athletic again ...... :imps 32 17 .653 3 call that last Sunday the Clowns I t-,

the .A............. League Havana: 30 20 .600 j won by a 4 to 3 score against the I f p 4 4s A

....h..1Io wallofMnf the *Ve I St. Petersburg 27 23 .540, Bucs. J I
*... Senator 7 to J.hit. Miami Beach' 25 24 310 i 1 I! This Sunday the Clowns will \II
use Thomas in the box and Me- I
Cleveland Indian were Miami 26 26 .500
4. raw nu game was .r'iwedu Lakeland 23 27 ..460West Intoeh will catch. Pirates will
The .. yy have Gabe Last 2s or Ma)() San-
League Palm Beach 20 2112& j .... I
-> chez the mound. with Joe Navarro
Mill f tirtt MM with the Fort Lauderdale 16 35 .314 j .... on -
I Mitt holdinc the' lead by I ...;... '. !,, behind the plate.
.111 tmf Cleveland.PhlfedelphU II I ':. .'.:.' Sanchez is a new arrival in the I\,
Phillies Major Baseball Lca"ItesAMERICAN I ....- 1'city. He has pitched for the Cuban I; .
ricWimM over llie .' % I 'oi. "" Athletic Club and other ama- I j i

rate \iy stare nf 2 to 1, I tcur teams in Cuba and has been
KiiTMnon; the Pbib jrmmt Club- W. L. Pct.PhiladIphia .. & r k offered a contract with Elmira :'iI
2210 .6831 ,... N. Y. lIe will remain here for
er. held the Pirates to "' I j I
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marl l cie run Cleveland 19 P .6'9 0.-. > __ . about a month. i i I
I The St. LOUM. Cardi New York 18 12 .600 I CAP "'r"plQtoIlJMIKE The first game Sunday will be I|,
New Wilks'I) Detroit 11 11 .500 !I and
feated the Yotk G between the Pirates a Navy
I S by eiplndin for lour St. Louis 13 15 .464 iRostun i TURNESA (left) &nd Ben Han (right matched: their golfing skill Tuesday! over 36 holesof aggregation.: ']
the ninth mainf 13 18 .41J! I the rolling Norwood Hills course at St. Louis in the finals of the PGA tournament. won by

)ki1yn Dudgert shaded Washington 1319 .400 II Hcgan. In these pictures, made Monday during s ii-linal rounds. Turnesa blasts from a sand

Lbscsge Cab' .-:, to Chicago 1 22 241 trap onto the green. and Hogan sinks! a putt. t; Railroads sIncreased i ii I

I JU'ae.ftal Loser cellar ._ i
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St. Loud; 20 10 .661' lr ?'T" -GPs
'Z In This State
PtutaJdplaa.a !
NewYork I'l IZ .536 iHolston i I I \1'' tS uf1 I ',. t.r
WMfe1na 3 '. .
16 1.533' # rt. t i
),,12ft!1t.Id.Jft and Frmnla: j I t. ecryr. t. THESE FOUR MEN WILL DRIVE in the SOC-railc Memorial Day
Pitt".burgh 16 15 .516 May I IFNSFIorida's j I
tern). firtnliM., TboiTtwun automobile race at Indianapolis. IncU May :51. Top. left to
1716 .515
Philadelphia' ( ) railroads have j I
Kaily.: fi t AM right: Chef: Miller cf Glendale. Czlif. aid Mauri Rcs cf South
13 19
Brooklyn appealed to the Florida Railroad
i NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago, 12 13 .400 I ZWctJ\ and Public Utilities Commission.|I' Bend. Ind. B UCr.1. left to right Duke Nalca of Los AnJ U*

.. Night Cam Cincinnati 13 23:>> .394 for permission to increase! intra- and Ted Horn cf P"tron.: N. J.

It state freight rates:! to match increases ---. .- -
i' 1Iiabelphla 2 fond Carsiaola.; Rice; Poat New- a aEi that hays:: : already been 1- I I
i1 Piurtiuif*! I Horn. Jones. Hartung. Trinkle t tlJaftfn granted by the Interstate Commerce : Madeira wine 13 named fc-r :n Neon

1 Ku' ."m and SrMiniifc; and Weslrum. I Commission effective Apnl island in Portugal.. In Portugese :. 1 1I ALBURY;( and SON sew

I he and PitrreraM.. I 13. I literally means "timber." |i We Specialize: in.All 1'lIn\, : 'F
R. 1[. E. t t x These rates would amount to i Kinds cf Neon Signs
R. Bror.klyn _d 472 oG + y') a 25 per cert increase for shipping j Pumpkins have been cultivated '1: and Lighting Stripping (F 111-1..

RL Leak 9 Chicago ._ 261 within the state in placesof j 1 for thousands of years .for rind: !!!, >. I .......... Host. ...*
New York C Branca and Hodges; Meyer 1t9 boosts recently allowed by the have been found inh,-, SIS; Krtntf sue,no .

n'k' :tnn. I learn.. Urwle. Chambers and Schcffing. railroad and public utilities V. I_ lake dwellings. I -'ri: is-..a'tor; ,.0'ir 1
_a. mission.A -.. ..4
4 public hearing:: on the request --

, Elks; has been scheduled to beheld i!
Club Bows To Bobs p
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it i ) Tills TonightTwo ..._ i tAP 'lr"ph'\O' near Clayton. A hollow-ended li) r J
; ; IP floated to their boat. howell
I ti.I; II.YKHS up I
MIKE TURNESA DRIVES from the first tee Tuesday< in openint his PGA championship match looked into the hollow end. ;

1 Elk Club Class -IT mftballteaft Softball games are scheduled .1 with Ben Hogan (standing at left wearing cap) in the: finals of the PGA tournament at the Nor- :. saw a catfish. Reached in with .
) ht tu the & '* Sport I for tonight at Bayview Park. wood Hills Country Club in St. Lcuis. Hogan awaits his turn to lee off in the 3S-hcle match. a pair ofplj-ers and pulled it out.I
I Ship cane "A." softball club, by In the opensr:! at 7:30 o'clock.U.s.s which he won 7 and 6 from Turnesa. He looked again and there was (
and Adam j F FI
t a_& !. I core last night at Bay Chanticleer ; _______ 'n.. _ _ _____ __ ._____ ______ __ -------- ------ anotner. ri deuutuotanother. -- -- I I '" '
I View Park. It was a surprise to Dairy.In I Pulled it out. The fish 'Aw... nuts to dis fight racket, I think 1711y for i
I I f an (ana to see how those boys this battle the Sailors will HOGAN HAPPYVITII HUGE: PGA; GUI'ri.5 : (4 WestersOn weighed over two pounds each the $25,000.00 Grand Prize in the Pepsi-Cola f

hc-Id.cs..wn the lint l t club in Key r use that wild, Mexican Pancho Indian I --. .. - ..... Key I Family Sweepstakes." [ ibI
from Tucson
\ W....
I In the nightcap. J.. &ntur's Men's kKlMip ) Huerta. in the box and "Tiny" I_I I Ii II I I
from Kalamazoo Mich.. : Ii': Navy Ships i
Lai-gent I
won over the VX-I Flyersby j '
.I a S tu 3 M'l>re. I behind the plate. Adams will 1 ; BROADWAYCIGAR 0 $25,900.00 Cash for some lucky family! That's the \
; grand payoff 40 Cash Prizes in the great Family
,'.je Vilareal and
: !In the first came. Joe Lawis' probably Bunsy ivpn.al loTkr filiarHt .
hi Ill(. the hard-hittinf Bob' to Sands as its batt:ry. .l a GREAT LAKES. III.. May :28.! STORE Sweepstakes in Pepsi-Cola's $203,725.00: TreasureTop" r
and Contests!
, nine hits and three etirnt-d1' runs. In the nightcap the Elks Club John W. Pough. quartenn ier. Sweepstakes I
teaks: inured their. run un a sin. will play the Naval Hospital. Elks i. ; first class. USN. of Gulf Stream 610 Dnval Slrwl ; 0 Also 51 Cash Prizes each month in your state plus '
gk1ly' Paw and a lunnle by An- will probably use R. Perez in the big Monthly National Prizes!
&ui,,". Paw went to third and box and Henriquez behind the Trailer Park. Key West is serv- j Q Thousands have won cash-thousands '"

on 9n out at first he scored. L 1 plate. Hospital will sendSpeed- { ing aboard the submarine USS COMPLETEBASEBALL more will win cash! Don't wait-enter

At bat. Casadu and Mira hit two ball" Martin tb the hill and Shad- | - Cubera. I now! Contest closes June 30, 1948. .
safety each, and Griffin hit two ley behind the plate. 1h4' Two Key West men. James II. ,
for Elks I
Jhe I A Griffin. Jr. steward second class.
In Ute! field,. Pazo Solomon and I to SCORESPOPULAR Bottled by
USN, .; Fort Joe
Village and G.
i Griffin played a> great name.Cftwd Recreation I Pepsi Cola Settling Co. cf Key West
City Ingiam, chief machinist's mate.
Acevedo Hernandez and. JncK-r .
*! I appi.iPtmenfrorr Peps.-Ci.hi Co. N Y
USN. 630 Eaton
street aboard
SaarlUha were the best for thewinners. I are BRANDS of I I
the submarine USS Amberjack.

I( Score.by innings: : R. H- E.I'J ProgramSOFTBALL xz t mate Charles second H. class.Moore USN gunner's 1109 Cigars and Cold i! .

DeC. 200 200 1-5 9 1 t

I Elk. 001 000 0-1 '7 4llancuck aboard Peironia the St..destroyer-escort Key West is servins USS Soft Drinks COME IN TODAY. . RSSSRVS YOUR
and Walker: Joe U-. is!
and.ih-nriquez. j. Barview Park. Night I Coolbaugh. i
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Thre-bc>e hit: Mira' ; two-base)!I TONIGHT - - -
hits: Are,-edo. F. Griffen; stulenj" I First Game-Adams Dairy vs.' - - p- . tQ dtaA/4I4O

bawt: Mira. Santana; struck out: ; U.S.S. Chanticleer. -.
by Lewis 2. by Hancock 2: base Second Game-Elks Club vs. Overseas i
MI lolls. : off Lewis 5. ufl Hancock. Naval Hospital. | Transportation

r I: tinir u' game: 1.00; umpires: OUTBOARDMOTOR

.. Tyne and Villareal.' JUNIOR SOFTBALL I AP 5.rephotiBEN Inc.Fast 1'r

i Bayvitw Park. Afternoonand I : HOGAN'S USUAL POKER FACE has vanished and he Company, .
In the second game. r
Morning grins broadly in lifting the large loving emblematic cf f
cup for 1'f
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the VX-I early delivery
*' Shop won over Daily play. national: PGA championship. He defeated Mike Turnesa 7 and Dependable Freight and Express Service
by an g to 3 score.
The Flyers' played a better 6 in the final round of the PGA tournament' at St. Louis Tuesday. -between- f .4. r Otfto d.tg f.oritresti

and looked much improved. I TENNIS ---- -.-- --- MIAMI\] I yowTI Lad in a Aforfw
game --- - ----- and KEY WESTAlso
Swe r ting pitched well and allowed Barriew Park. Afternoonand i v7l4rK 7V Exclusive M.cksicoly.c..h.0.Ne T_ f

but five hits. Byron allowed )- Night Passenger Cars Thieves Run Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS AIiERNATE vi/ s. adapted for the fist tint ia a 2-
I the Men's Shop ten. Daily play.= j Between Miami and Key West FIRING d eyrie outboard.Allow even fuel dvtribatioa.
--- sputter-free trscsition from low
At bat. the leaders were Flei- to hib
tas., Solomon. and Meodor with SKATING In Florida I ( Now Car Doesn't'': I TWIN .peed;. "s
Exeluilv FwH Sw(
two each. For the I losers. Sutton i Bayview Park. Night i i Ii i Express Schedule: CERTIFIED L Permit pivot of
propeller end
right into
and,. 'Whitrhurst each hit two FRIDAY I Total! 553,019 i BELLEVILLE. Ill. (AP).-II. (No Stops Eh Route) 4Ya H.P. checking lower unit or rcmoviog FacdiUU w Ja
.a" 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.BASEBALL.
I I'I' I : I'I'I E D. Hewey of Belleville lold police LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX- as/5 185. without hiving to reach into the aUr.
10 the hotel lIornt>r. Pkhi and I .i f'Serial <.The('Ub".) ; that somebody ran off with his. CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar. Exd.cir. Virrticcl sires A l.tfm.iil. ASowe
Ea tri'were the best for Flyers.antrSok ; tires at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid corset vertical
MIAMI, May 23.-A total t f:i old car. Hewey was somewhat' po tjonjng of notor by
mon. Griffin and Kelly t Municipal Stadium. Afternoon 1 night. turning a knob. Adjustment can be
553.019 amazed because the itself made
'I' for the winners.Sfjrc passenger cars were re- car was while underway.
_____ I I SUNDAY I gistered in Florida during 1947 as not in running condition. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT Exclusive
I First Game-Pirates. Navy compared with 477,203 for 1946. SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight Cemtlnvd Filler Car. Av Vent
R.1I.E. I and
: Club. R. J. Fmley manager of the South ; an increase" of 10.2 cent, and arrives at Key West at bear Cup. Co.taios.atn
Flyers 101 000 1-3 33 I per or 6:00 o'clock AJ. pins can't come knee. SUeamhnevL
Kantor's 130 (004)( x-8 10 4 I Second Game-Pirates. Key I Florida Motor\ Club, reported to- 3.456.413 over the previous year. Can't rattle. Spring open at nip cf Utca.
Uyrun and DamanW; E. Sweet. I West Clowns. day headed: A comparison pre-war'registra-i Local Schedule: > t WD 360" SLwin.. Make patatibl. I
len and FWitas.irytne I: Army Barracks. Afternoon With every state showing a : tion figures with those of last ; (Stops At All Intermediate Points) t plete maneuverability forward ImAwvi eon.,
runt Sutton: twob4sc i SUNDAY- I decided gain over the previous year reveals the startling fact that LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX. round and sidewise Aaauree fle ibl.. sits
hiU: SiiUmton. Kelly: stolen bases : : -Section Base vs. Ramb I year: Mr. Fmley said '"a grand while the number of passenger i CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clockA. teermg.
: rieitas. Barber. Whit hurst;I lers. total of 30.750.568 cars an increase cars increased only four percent : M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 i.nw.nd atth.h. Three control knobs
Barber 3:30-Adams Dairy vs. Atomic I)| of 9.4 per cent over the : the number of buses increased o'clock P. M. l centrally located aim 1hfy ctartinc EaaVte
sacrifice hits: IX-Rose, ; '
truck out: by Sweeting 4. by By 1 1runI. Bumbers. i i j 1946 registration of 28,100.183 46.7 percent and trucks 34.2 per- LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT operate.
; bars on bulU: off S 'ftt1 ii i j units was recorded. This repre- cent. SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and SPIIDI ;

Inc4. off Byron 4: time of game: WILL YOU SMILE? ;i cents an alltime record passengercar j "Without question the net re- '' arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock I INSTANT,SlOW TKOlllNOl
registration surpassing that .suit will be greater traffic congestion P. M FLOOD.PIOOF 8TAITIN*!
1.10; umpires: Villareal. and I of the 1941 record STIU Mil
pre-war by a ; especially in and around NIDI
Tynes; arurert Aguilar. Curious million and a quarter vehicles., 'urban centers. It becomes imperative : s COMPAai-CERTIFIED! WEIGHT 3IM LIL

The heart uf the normal nun and with the exeption of 10 states therefore, that all drivers iI j FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY SERVICE 'OWIlI-4 H.'.
usually beats about 72 timej a Lecturer-Now. is there anyone and the District of Columbia all < double their vigilance in order to FULL CARGO INSURANCEMAIN I '
here who would like
to aska
states have recorded their 1'
war-, prevent the costly toll exacted Thompson
minute 104.000 times a day 38- question! time OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton & Frauds Sta. Enterprises Inc.
losses. "Inclusion of
commercial -I by traffic acidents. Take It
<)Wrt,000 time a year and 3.000.. Some one in the audience" Easy' PHONES: 92 AND 93
)D0>&00 timtt'iA' s Idtlime.t Yeah, what time is it!" 1 : vehicles for brings 1947 the to 37,883.265 total registrations all i should highway become users.the" watchword. of i i l I HARDWAKE T DIVISIONPHON 886 )

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Only;;i; .Woman Homesteader. 1 1t I.Devils Are Not . I *WVV//&k&AA

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-.Of 1947 Makes Good On "-
\ i BERLIN.-(AP).-Red devils"are
:i banned in the Commun t-rlm

. First Year's Crop, Shown ]|Russian says undertaken many.that The occupation the newspaper a city traffic of zon PoLsoam safety Telegral"? of campaign Ger-had- I, WHAT HAS THE PRICE OF FLORIDA EGGS .. .

By RUTH >E.: XL GAP which it planned to illus-
Newtfeatures I trate with thousands of posterson
TULE LAKE. Calif.-The only woman among 86 veterans which danger was: represented '
who drew homesteads a year ago in the rich Tule Lake farming by red deviL " :
country' ,,"was a tall ex.W AVE named Eleanor lane Bolesta. i "But when the posters were IN COMMON WITH .
Blonde and 25. she! is the wife of Charles H. Bole ta, an ex- approval. "there1egraf" says.brought . ,
Marine who stopped two lap j. to Russian censors for I'i
"they were banns! The censors
anew sniper bullets just beloio! of potatoes new crop to 1: said the devils were all right 4
the war ended. i them Iacres both. 'i ir but they must not 'be rod. It I 4
Eleanor n"f'difur gives* their"Chuck"first the successful major . Chuck and Eleanor ackowlodgc I was suggested that (Nazi) brown I YESTERDA TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS?
r that it took a lot .cf figuring to would be a better color." j i
crop season, and call "our together the "cash I
get necessary
farm" the 113 acres of reclaimed or its equivalent" to meet Bureau.i .
No Gamble!I:
lake bottom sire drew a year ago of Reclamation requirements for This Is
at KUmath Falls, Ore. It was her L
filing for theft homestead.They I
lucky number that won it wondering which GRAND ISLAND, Neb.-(AP).
She.'sty. her good luck that way to turn for Chuck to maks a :-Th birthday situation' was!. .
day ,1* tiu a dream. living when the word came strictly a seven-come-eleven pro '
The problem the Bolestas through that Eleanors number position for the Carl McCullough
have tackled in their first year of was in one of the lucky capsulesat } I family during May. The McCul-] I
loughs have two daughters Janice 1!
homesteading however are the land drawing. I II I
hardly the. stuff of most dreams.J I By the time they had moved I Key was'11 on the 7th. Karen I
Sue was 1 on the 11th. i I
Chuck Bolesta grew up in a two Japanese barrack buildings
with from the war relocation center,
midwestern city no farmingexperience. I
'. In a year he has and had lived several months TODAY IN HISTORYKnow t

earned assemble or service out of their savings they were', ( America). ''I
the bottom of the barrel.
farm machinery and can plow as scraping 1818-First steamboat launched '
furrow of his i They borrowed money for anew :
straight a as any on Lake Erie, the "WalkinthaWater. -
neighbors" who have been in the tractor a plow,-.and enough : ."
business since 1932. barley'to seed the entire farm. t 1830--Congress enacts historic;
Eleanor lad grown up on Neighbors loaned them other Indian Removal Bill-moving the .
Whidby Island Washington, equipment.The Indians westward- A national "
:f barley was good and ,
where her fathr ran a dairy, so crop issue in those days.
the harvest pulled the Eoleslas
the knew something about farmln 1E66 The Fourth Wisconsin
,out of debt. This year they start Cavalry mustered cut after five r '
& i with -a clean slate. I years and a day-a record long I : ';
But along came Peggy Jane barrack buildings that
The term for volunteers.
Bolesta five monthhs (first : I ? :
ago came with the lmd'still provide 1918-The First Division of the ,
girl born to a 1947! homesteader) a home a chicken house and a 28th U. S. Infantry takes Cantig- I I
.ti Eleanor didn't get to run the shed. \I German
machine ny and holds it against sr
new tractor. She did however A small white pig who lives in :. counter-attacks American I
help dig a '32 foot well with apuntrule an old v digger which now supplies lard and meat next winter. .''I.. i I I
the household and livestock ; Young chickens just' feathering 1934-The Dionne quintuplets j
with plenty of water. out will provide more eggs later. ; born in Ontario, Canada. "
She wan" responsible, too forUM ; A dozen rasberry twigs shoot ; 1937-San Francisco's: Golden aIL
fint chicken crop, and now leaves. in the garden. i Gate Bridge fit; opens to traf
trad** eggs to a neighbor for There is a new washing machine : fic.
milk. in the kitchen. : 1940-The Belgian king sur- esT) .
of half million :
it renders his army a *
Last winter with a fot cf Eleanor sums up:
mow on the ground. Eleanor "It just couldn't h-ppen anywhere to the Germans. ________ -
puked Peggy Jane in her crib else except in America.", 1941-Axis forces take a pass -
in. Egypt. -
seeded hand 30-acre
and by a I
1942-Heavy fighting in the
patch of clover. Footwork still is '
Kharkov region of Russia.
difficult for Chuck.
1944-American planes 1.000
Eleanor: rxpocU to do more "J : of them. bomb enemy-held Eu i

this arrived year!, and now exprls that the to baby make has uptime 1 j rope.1945-U.' S. B-29's bomb Yoko : This One Thing' [for CERTAIN! ::

on the tractor. She and "' hama. : .
Clunk plan to plant 20 or 30 'li I I 1940 Petrillo calls strike in . ".
Ij Chicago radio station despite law
if j . .
... .,. I i just passed by Congress to curb '; '- t
f .... ,$ fs w.y. ...'.:1 t tI his activities. t .
.ft. tf ,- I If.l r "
I I 1947-U. S. Senate passes bill .L. ;
.. I .
: '-. I I to cut' income takes from 10 to

;I 30 percent. .

Argentina and Canada are the
1 two most important surplus-food
r. producing countries.



Plan Your Floors ,

I I Free Estimates Given !

Asphalt Tile I
.Rubber Tile I

tar Plastic ePlastic Floor:Cork Tile Wall Tile Tile j'I For local news is not confined alone lo those columns of the paper which

I BroadfellsCapello i

Acoustic* Hardwood Wool Ceilings Rugs Flooring deal with court l fines, and firse, weddings, and( sports events. In the advertisements

., .. t Formica for Sinks.

Counters.Floor Sanding Tables and merchants the of butter. lamb: chops. .is of
-,.,, i ,. ... Refinishings of local price cggs. .or .or *

'ElftAnor Jane BolestaELKANOK -- ; Gates Floor Coverings timely importance: :and interest to the shopping housewife.

( JANE IIOLESTA..Lrop: included, one baby J. L GATES .

---I II Flooring Contractor
|I There are 30.000 sweat pores to ; 925 WHITE STREET
Your Horoscope !i the square inch on the soles of I II PHONE 1599 ,

MAY 23. 1948! -The | the-feet-----. -- -------I t. -- ----- sale of men's shoesor
native of this day is suave and And to other rcaders-where and what (lo buy a sport ()( .

obliging affable and courteous; .

full of quirt a spirit happiness.of contentmentand The mind rte 54-gaugc nylons, tangible merchandise and services available. .all this is i

will be thoughtful and possibly ,
rather" passive", but .trong. with

good rairyinj memory.small expressive though sometimes powers.Perhaps YA ]local: news. \1

this person will never
set the" river on fire, though \
should l lIP some *uce*!& but
thrrr ,
no sleep will be I lost on that ac When you're buying yard goods, even 1So..when \
idea about :, *
count. a small sample gives you an

even color farther,weave with and their finish.two Sean wonderful have gone new read your CITIZEN today for news of Key West, also
Tour Grocer SELLS That Good you
swatch books. Swatches are so generous i iZfc
STAR BRAND you can get a definite eel of the fabric,

3S3SS& COFFEETry I ideas and of colon.how it will handle, its patterns, texture read its advertising columns. Read lliem carefully.. and then buy locally.( ..

A Pound TodaElectrical ,- Most of all you'll marvel at the wide range I

of ulectienl-pure silk, light wool, heavy
woolens end quilting for Sears has the

biggest'line of yard goods in any ..tor.all'Wlt.1 .

HOASTKK Automatic Electric: AppliancesNesco .Toof-lew. s-13.95<< SUlrl.R 1 aa.sa .4"rricaCurlier Jc-. The Key West Citizen

SIH.9.: mitt S22.00

Motorola Home and Car

TROPICAL TRADER Fleming and Simonloii Streets!' I .

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.i THE inrr: WEST CITIZEN> ._
t'AGB EIGHT __ _--- --- ----

I\Jaycees I Beauty l[t Announcement r--- - 1 1I Fern Chapter f (Continued From Pass BAM One) near Co Terre feyvi Haute, Kansas.spent hk yin ....
Go; I
;."Theatre< Group Will ( 1 t Of ; 1 Meets Tonight with the Fresno California, High Key West ft DtlfcWs ta* .....
"I' I Contest TonightAt f EngttgeulcnlI j School Band. for he has decided to make llik

: I I __Dillon_ though born in Indi .his permanent home.: _ _
To VA Hospital Sunday Driftwood ,I Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Varela, i I' There will be a meeting at 8 p.
No. ------
I announce the engagement and I i I Son to Strickland m. tonight of Fern Chapter
I The: Junior Chamber of Com approaching marriage of their]I f Mr. 21, Order of Eastern Star at the
j and Mrs. Wilmar Strick- WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH. .'.
"-U.I..I'IU.IUSIC.V: )''t- merce beauty contest to be held daughter Conchita to Andrew t]'|'land,C22 Fleming'street,announce Scottish Rite Hall Eaton and
tonight at the Driftwood will result :'Alonzo. I the birth of a boy today at 10:43: I Simonton streets. Past matrons
MIOW "PALM ISLAND, To Announce in some Key West girl be- 1 The Facilities Of A Complete
I ing selected to represent Miss I I' The wedding will take place,,I a. m. in the Key West Muncipal ,:and-past patrons will be honored Enjoy

: Winner Key West at the Miss Florida I June 11 in St. Mary's Star of the Hospital. during the meeting.
IIKVIJE: : OF 19 HI, TO Poetry The new arrival weighed eight
!Pageant; to be .held in Sea Catholic Church. HOTEL!
( Jackson-I' pounds 13 ounces. i _
RadioThe I
PATIENTS I Over ville in June. I 1
of the Miss The world's largest city. so far '
The winner I
The original Siamese twins -
Everything .is in readiness for I happy winner of the $15 da Pageant will be sent as area is concerned, is believed I came from Bankgkok to Bostonin -
I the presentation of the Theatre prize in the Florida State Poetry lantic City for the Miss FlOri// to be the town oX Kiruna. in Swe-: 1829 and 11, years later settled IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I ;co:..-;:: ", ,,,, .
1 Jroup's i musical show "Palm Island Contest for elementary school Contest to be 'held in that dish Lap n. which received city down farmers in North Caro- ::1 "
Revue of 1948." The entire in September. privileges<< Jan. 1. 1943.: Although'it lina. ELECTROLUXVacuum b ,
production will be presented in pupils will be announced in a Several entries had been received has only 18,000 inhabitants it; ; j .#
the main theatre at Veteran's broadcast over W.KJV.T., Miami, at the time of going to spreads over more ground than 13 i ;
I Administration for the ambulatory ' 1360 on your dial. at 4:15: p. m. press with several more eanticipated -I times the area of greater New* Cleanerand I --._.._- tow
'jUtfetrU and during the May 28. before the contest that, York City. I OffICE i 7.SUMMER RATES ;
.* afternoon several solo and vocal on SlightRules Roberts SUI-PLIESi I f ,
Jo *. troupe will entertain in the van- Mrs. Vivian Laramore Rader i of the contest are of necessity -I StreetPhone 250: Air Purifierfree ; .ExcluMv North Bcvcb Section .Gar Tropic P.U. .S.prb C....
126 Dural
O'anis for UKbt'd patients. will read the prize winning poem rather strict, since in addition I t j O Cocktail Lounge SoUriam Cab**pub

.,The group will travel via the and other poems receiving honor- to beauty, poise charm VISIT OURGREETING home demonstration
Oversea Highway this Sunday f able mention in this state-wide and personality each entrant tiiijniijiij. call I I TNEWSURFWON
and will return the same e\enln contest must have some talent, thus the CARD!

:. include Judges for the contest are Mrs. girl; winning the prize will haveto j o'sweeneyfoiie I TH'E OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST.
Those making the trip : these qualities since rOn = DEI'ARTMENTGRADUATION
Vivian Eulalie O. Grover originator of: possess I f
Island Chorus -
The Palm : capacity I 855
GalT a. Carmen De Arm.Lola the Sunbonnet Babies; Mrs. Bar she will good-will be acting ambassador in the of CARDS I complete line of parts EUGENE DENNISON, Manager,
bara Peck Geismer compiler of of a
Lillian Weaver Graduation Gifts. Including 4 I
Schalleur. hand Former Manager the Casa Marina
West. always on
Verses; and Miss Barbara Nolen Key Popular Eaton Stationery
, and Ramos.Vncmlists
;. ,, Parade The Driftwood will present}
W. C. Slalunc. USN. literary editor of The Story -
: child's these girls to those attending} ,
a magazine.like ------
- - - '
Veda Thompson. -- -
Doreen --
Cruz. -- -
the dance tonight from both the'standpoint '
1 Dancers: Bob and Betty, of beauty and talent.t; LEWIl\SKY'S MEN'S SIIOP
to thank the following peoplefor
r Simpson. Dolores Loslcy. I It talent:
will display her
I their cooperation in makingthis Each girl j
Wallace, A
Gail mores
t t Stone. to the crowd at the dance to bej 1
Edwin Trevor
Pinder. trip possible: :
Blanca. and Gerry
r McNeill of American Red held tonight. J
Wardmbe: Mrs. Ruby Metzcr will be t
addition five
In prizes J
I Cross Jack Saunders and Joe
Oneida Ramos. 1 FRANKLY !
given away to holders of the [
Li&ht and sound technicians: Metzer of the American Legion
., t Art:*h llenbcrser.Johnny Deseu..Charles and the G. S. O. (Girls Service lucky numbers these include a ; I
I radio phonograph, electric] mixer,|
Armed Services
.. Orderfrr. USN. Organization) of the .
i waffle iron and sandwich grill !
; .*. The staff of the YMCA would. YMCA. I automatic. toaster. a'nd an elecI ']i the Sunny Side
-- thispart
--L. I tric steam iron. Tickets lor
of the dance have been on" of the StreetBe -
;; Conferred On ale for some weeks and there]
: Diplomas will be a few available at the, Cool
dance tonight. !
Price of admission at the door with our NEW I for

1 ,15 Convent Graduates will be SOc per person Jack MU-I i
ray chairman of the j
I I stated today. j:

James Buchanan was the only, .

I'IIFSIII: ) :is';, <:O>FKRSDIPLOMAS ( Jr. Woman's Club bachelor President.. that sun . but keep

f i -- home cool and comfortable
I AT KXKK Holds Meeting; t with. Canvas Awnings.
a f Quality* made of the finest STARTS SATURDAY May 29th
I IIM: :" >: LIST.NHIITTl (; I Key West Jr.Vom ln's club materials, in gay colorful
; e M-t Her.: TlnHttts J. Mc- I heM Jts monthly social; meetingin stripes woven orpainted.Don't .
-a w iil.Choose now while In With Our Pants Sale
the form of dinner at the Conjunction
I IkmouEh. O. !>? J. C. D, auxilUry wish to take this means I; the{election good.Estimates }
Cosmopolitan Grill Wednesday
: liiJMip, of St Augustine: conferred to thank aU those who voted freely given.Telephone today.
Evening 25.
I( tin academic diplomas on j, May for me in last'Tuesday's Sec ;
I* graduates ..f the Convent of An interesting talk was given ond Primary Election.I :
by a representative i>f a Cigarette. -KEY WEST- (1)
.. Mary' Immaculate at ownnHticenirnt company who also showed the am deeply grateful to all We Offer You Our Entire Stock of
j cxci ciscs held last night group a movie film on tobacco. of you who supported me. VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY
on the Convent ;fUUtb. { Regular monthly meetings r.f 123 DUVAL STREET :
The Rev. J< .eph Jul.nnon.: S. J. the club have been discontinued i1YRT' AND (.:\TES. CALL 1042 Estimates
made. a pnirlamatinn of honors !
through the summer months but
J to the graduates. Prize of rrli- social meetings;: will be held. 1
Rite was awarded Birdie Lout Hart Schaffner & Marx
l>*'.. told< medal. of scholastic One of the oldest cultivate4 4 I

t rtiirvetnent. donated by the C. t vegetables is the onion first'
M. I. Alumnae Association was i immfrrred known in parts of Asia.ca EARLMAN'S i
on Mary Mac: Matchctt:
the award for ouUUndin:: -hool' Garin Birdie Lou Lowe. Ma- INCORPORATED I
spirit wa made to Elsie Mora and rie Rita Nischo Mary Anne M-at-: t4THE STOKE OF QUALITY" i
Aida Soda nJ: the citizenship chett. Elsie Joyce Mora Davie
ward was made to Carol)n Printz. Carolyn Rose Strunk. SUIT
Strunk.An Mary L. Saunders. Aida E. Sor- SHOES Q'' CArC/f 1'' 1
address ttt the graduates : iano,, Netta Marie Valdez. ; : J i I
was made by Father Johnson. f
ClaM nf IMS 1 are': ........................ T, '
Heatrk-e Ruth Armayor. Linda 'j shoes,Shoes shes (-r> : tr III

Itmrtie'r. Zulrma }.I. Demeritt \ j
-BICYCLES- Buy Your Shoes at the a'G
Conrhita \
A. llerrrra. Lucille Klizal '
'* Repaired and RentedAlso WAYS Find the Largest ""' P
N. . . . s in Stock-NEW Assortment for Ladies.Men 'q 'r -rand : j
.. ARM BRAND COFFEE Children. as well as N Regularly.Priced I
TRIUMPH : BICYCLES TRICYCLES the Bigger Boys -' :: "' i- .

COFFEE ; WAGOIN'S SCOOTERS "Sundial., "Pelrrs'% J : I

I HILL and SKATES Endirolt JoliuM <--. oJ .

, r All Crow at I Overseas Cycle Store "Robin"Wealherbird"Hood' Shoes and: "aIJ. ..,w j- I I I'I $5500 $6000 $6250 $6500 & $6900

920 Division Eu Phone 138C"QUICKCLEAN" ';' "
._... ., . ................. for BOYS of ALL and AGES GIRLS C \ I I

j WASHING White Patent-Leather Large: Assortment Dress Strap and of Shoes new All- i ON SALE FOR ONLY

for Girls . Black Whit .
time with this and Brown:, Oxfords for r
every .
and Girls.
.. Why Bur Inferior Shoes b .
when the best cost no I t ," : $475OOne
General more. Bring your children I

. ., to the store for the / '.
best In Shoe Value. Alo
i '
a lot of PLAY SHOES I" e' I
the Children i t ,\ I
r. Electric for \ II
of White
New shipment
and Colored Play and Dress;: ;y Alteration ---- All] Sales Cash
Shoe for the Grown-ups a .; i in
Washer C Wedges. Military and 4
I It High Heels. All at popular (', iteML t
... ... j j
; @".m prices. Also new r.hip- Id ;'t

t tt'lmi fjf/irr !UWirr' = = y ncnt Black of Balcrinas and All ColorsGRADUATES in White. ;//'i% 4 .I PANTS SALE CONTINUES

I 'area Von T/IM too'f I I' '*',,5:' I iI

Durable balloon roll f GIFTS .. -

I .r.u skirt-k.91h protective _= I GALORE! SG.9-1: hint $').30 Thru Si I I IJ5O.. hiram i'I:;..;n) Thru :s If..u l11rll

'.S.U. tti... draioboard dainty Underwear. I VALUES VALUES VALUES VALUES
s f Phoenix Hose. new Bags: ., / j VALUES VALUES
PrcUin enamel l tub lovely Scarfs and many ". ." ..... i !
I e!>erm iMntlr lubricated Novelty Items for Girls. ( t '
C-C: motor : $595 $695 $795 $995 $1195

i .oae-ytu written W For illts.;Boys Pen: Handkerchiefs.Sets. Bells.: S I' 5295LEWINSKY'S
.arr.Dt, -
Socks. "Rob Roy" Sport t :
.U.r.riten' approved Shirts. Eta i I i '. DIr ORIGLYM PKICE TIL ETSLt.. STOCK: !! -.:
Mt'.u..h "'A t I.... I IT '

Our Kcadv-lo-Wrar '


is with Cool Summer butterflies this
Replete summer in :
Home Dresses. newest in this Pat Perkins frock.Sanforized .
Laundry Equipment Skirts and Blouses as well "
as Beach and Sport Wear. woven ploia
gingham in green or royal

.. Julian Appliance Store GET THE HABIT t blue ombre. Sizes 12 to 20. I
of SHOPPING atPearlman's
526 Duval Street
123: : Dmul Street Telephuiie 409 $795 146:7 '

I __ L .", II'c tAose L'rrry Thursday ((f / o'clock :--: r


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