The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 2, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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Resource Identifier:
000358017 ( ALEPH )
02701762 ( OCLC )
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I June 2 Pailos Pro ,
Jvcairas vas elected piesidcnt t i (; \ < m. OF 1'11.\1' 1/I)1{ \

l of Cuba in the election held Y"s.terdav .' r, M I
As Miami\ ; Acting: on advice cf the county attorney. Monroe Count
err Today :
I While many of the 7.730 prc w a f ) ,i mission last;; night retised! to take any action: on the requr.f ..1

(1"lId have nut jet miortcd: he city to place the question cf; legalized: !gambling on the ba. ,

was M> far in the lead that his re \ Fri ilY's election J

three opiHjnonls. conceded! hiseUttion. City i ManagerOII. ;I! As a result of last night's action there will be nothing1

<< I I ballet Friday tbat wouH: enable the citizens cf Key West to esa.

HP was backed'! l h v' the an to whether . '
govern- 1 opinion as or not they want Ic9 Iwcd gamb.the .
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tiienl and t'v" of Cuba s n'ilJ' j city. .

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I i I COLUMBIA RIVER FLOOD water nearly corers the city of Van- tops of buildvag, remain shore the surface of the water< The war In lwu.C..nrul..r.. t tJ tan t put the qtieJiiwiniinin. .
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built city with: a population of 1(700\ is regarded as a total loss. : .. II. lA."hc' lour;:':. that the p.q 'I.
v IHII IH \\- OIHSti iiistallf-d inMIUIM SEE PAGE 8 FOR OTHER PHOTOS ON VANPORT FLOOD U C. Oaronii. and William VtChailcs VIo't + vith t tJ.
Hundreds: of rercu- workers are searching for th- dc.J and err A m reca. u
I foie.( (ouilhouse reirnllv I .
I i I v( ted' tw oust (IX nm . i Lit: ..n the h..lh..,* ."
hivi INn given.: tn the port. Ore. which was destroyed within a few minutes. Only the injured. '. ..
Mavor Robed U. Floyd and ( "i imfcw Ca > uelb Hm.eWii tn'
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.iiinsl t7e: ouster retution .' "I.r.i'
I : lit 'tTill: . ; K '...a said that Uw i r:' ."n Ch.lI.. i nhh, Frank IV a'
iMtril H !knoUtl it 11. Commission Votes COMMISSION IS
I for! firms: Danncr was betau nn uinlv t-i'iiissMM C. .I
iM-Min,, f.I l tbi M'mn C'.nunl.111 ,
'acic' ;i speech on May :20) n C'.un"It"> nm v P II
la..I itiL.1.1 vlun .1 "Ulltr was , .. '
I vv ihth He favored" theor.nun .to nt tpmi"n. It v.ainfi'nt
Lrelt'el' frtMii illianl 1 M. All r.- ,i.. ... tl,. thr ,,"
-I i rV-i rine Palmer ri 4t "pintali
l lnii\. -IIIOI"I'illtl'II.lrnt| tif [llIltl... ASKED TO GIVE. .
On Wide Variety "i:::nn'.t Jnrmv Sullivan.Put ..'I.n. i>< K-IM .' j
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Palm'r "ntl) Uinta.i. *a1 I I ..t.' I'i In liMani
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MONTSi! LY a; s screen for th 'uld .u.v '.n th' it.jt' .

To I Allcnd( Of City Business a6Q , Palm and D inn. .:. a imtitlatt 'uti > t

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had optnh That .
the commission out UIHh
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M'l'UOM.{ I'OSIIIO.N OFlit-'. favored various candidates :>-- 1___ thi i mi they v.'Mil
wr I1nlc *. It was intimatfd rtailichl tin... in Miami i iballot.
Th. enter, IIM "iiiU ship of the hat( GReload .... Mtmr: 1 I..' U rI .. .
111'11'11; : [Uoad'l'o) behind the .
lie that the reason 'n tfc e CI.oe.i
Monroe\ Count Caiitiiu stun will \ITne\I.I( ( (: : : i Ene-: { j Key ,. ,
IfJll. Uanntr ouster was because he 'masked Lou'Carhonetl'!

attend the National. the national Association contention of theISiMirri of E.'f ANNII.111'Al' MttrlJm Walkiiis; !' l \\clfarrlork'l', Be {Pacd; Seeking had oppclced the wishes of the 1 FORMER GOV. 3 MELVILLE: 'dn1 w* p it a.n'Heramiavoters ... .
thiee commissioncni: who' on Kambtiac on th
of Country Commissionersit Raleigh. who
0'' 2. IOU( ) Wins; Will 1 I'M- Hurt main't him on several occasions.particularly here'" I
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it ksonv illc June :()-:3. it was CmnprlitivrFla. is shown above is well on his .
Bids On l lI regarding the appointment If it s a qurrtMMi "1 "
d.I mined at last night meetIn j I Kevfrcnd Jamc MicConntiLpastor I .
Commissioners meeting! in Loir AirnnlMartha of a chief of police I way toward becoming North ... Dot we' are vmfartini.. : tltwn .'
tin etNpinw.ion I '
t These ..,txptttecl to he aboutVtO uvular sesMon l ld"t night handled of St. Puils'"nJpaldIU..h. 'The bid ot SI.r.O: a \iid ova 1 the Danner was appointed l..h'I Carolina junior U. S. senator.In laws by' ,.atJ,,.. :: .
ploa 'i
i nVf J"'Ol11l': ioa i in Upper manager
: ocUgate I limn all srtions a number of business trin- pr\iA; Saturday Democratic: prii .
..I the. at the Curry Watkms. > last ni-'it t.. restore'the MatvTy'4ttlm, as submitted, last was asked after his discharse!: can do about it: said I ii: :
-ountrv contention action in a Station lasting: lc>s of Commander and statement 'i he defeated the incum-- that 'V '
daughter make mary. remarked
1 he wished a Sawyer
if to
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than ninety minutes Mrs. Joe N. Watkins. 152.C : mission b\, Contractor AIonTuCothron. and replied affirmatively 11"1 I! b rL Sc cater William B. Um- lion Friday was. a sore.,
iluldeU the
a.n.or .
re cdv.The
Benies'relcphol1c( ( First topic consukrocl v\as the Poinciana place. is the win* < \vas: accepted and the "stated, that he felt confident that stead for the party's nonmalion. for one purpone-thof >

citekttric. resolution ri7ing :- flee of the Lewis scholarship I. money had been dropped work ordered dont Jerome load, he had served the citv well and i I Broughton will face Republican a candidate l..r Swpi'" t ,

Hales Increase the trustee to trin-sfcr funds from this ,,cai"- budget: Father will be paved 12: fetti
from the Reserve and Contin.cntio. ; awarded by the State of Flor I acCl nntll emphasized that the 4:0:: feet in lenathP.ids I 1for political difference between i;; Washington. H. C- in the general the ballot might result .' .t.

TM 1.1.I "\S-thf/ : Fla, June. 2 > fund to a special fund total ida. State of n..,ida is "en
f"NSI The C:.,ih.....| ,.n,1 I Publicliihtiis in, in all sume S.)7.200. Miss Watkins. this year* <30.OlIO annua'l> here tor child commission for the paring: of a m..luntrs. North Carolina. the Democratic Cwbomrll. .thin i I'
('nnu.iem. lasteck Included. in the So".200. was high school salutatorian. won i welfare. and that the city shuuldbe roadway at Tavernier about The cute eommissiim voted the oHinlv c mrr:. .HM;
.M.....,1! t".. at>iili.<..i tt >s.Hjtlwa-ti, .,n Telephone (4>mI |M.SC of astfitammg the feasibility is given by the State to encourage the state i> i-pcnU$. The estimated cuM: la $13000 JoeL month'. salarv. His \' | sal election. Later CcNtmt*?.',nei I Iboacll I. I
and Father MacConnell: warned the SlaOOO( O P H.itwas ----- called If .' ..n'l i
need of a steam plant for those interested in Burton of Homestead' hasagreed as'as *
.mI'M .< :J: n"lal iniitase in
tht. titv l'I(>(,t nl'tt'm.. At a ;commission that unlos the mono : to S3.000 toward the named as Dunne s suittss i V hat the quaoi.. in <.I I !
Isles i at lU I 12:: floiit. i < :xihan2' : <'!s. prewtls making leading a career. pay ) \'ibion School .
TH "|>f>ht, .ittwn was UnieilM I \ muting. this SIS! .000 on The Lewis award is a cash .. i loithc-omma b\' the 15th of this cw-t of the road CommisAionti ) savlf-at" w... "w n .- I
cmctrm fee brought; strong for not month that om of three W..1. Parrish. made the motion there the tu abalhit a
intitiMii of $400
ithout" pirjudut fiM the conylrsny grant yearly i Ihm Lan Vicv.sWomairs i
tn4..k Irlrrl'a.i." at indiidu fiotn ConimisAioiitia Hun- over five years. The student 1 childttn( nv\\ in foster homo lathe receipt of bidsAkwio Seeks Lunrh Fund 1 1 1I without .,r.i I iw. '
tfi Haidtn and Louis : would have to be sent bark to 1 i
C Cal'll. V must attend either the Uni- Cothron. cotitraetoi
.1 l exrhanxes nnmi < MUIILI oneThere
The resolution: this tune iiaedunanunoual their former :surroundings which hy the com i r. '... .tn,
llflianl Slat k and \\ilbur C.: p< versity of Florida. Games : will be questioned ) Chunked I I Mi. '. C' Sam B. ti'iiv acid Mrs. .
'. ha e !KCH judged inferior.'If when Ivis : : M.tllrur Cn i nave '
: <.l t I" _tneral.urtcasr > ville Fla or the Florida I t misMoners to ascertain W .
Kinjotttl: ae (.h...n Jerry \VI Approved l also was a resoluloin State University. Tallahassee. the citx will spend I on coins to start 1'C."piI"in=; nt p:=:irU. : *> put tt i n.t
man Florida PTjpi .ji"d btt In
In ilixM.ntirlBusy. aulhoil/ins a modifnation V FlfI. children of this community. a> it : of the Old Countv road oo Key Name 1 Cummis.wm .last line ON th I... I. ntHMt.
ai - ul1O asifcmcnt between t the The award that may total ; has done to take ears.if the dogs j Laixo Residents the key told i ntfthtiivI ." r.u..,I l' ill I '
the then it win betaken ... .... . .. joked that the enuntv' assist learned I. ..,,' .a*.;.
City of Key \Ne-t and tin \ .MCin .\ $%.000 carries with it the I in tvmmunity. 'the commission: l last night the .e. A.e (11 rw tht sehonl in idint.. b igh.for
Slorkl prtiv *-
connettlon with UK UM otJackson mandatory requirement that care of our ieqwest"said ., had been awarded ttCothron i i TALLAH.\Slsl:;t;. Juno i-Thin thit in Obd r ..m"v t''

Square USO I' the individual winning it t. Kev MacCcnn-U:- but the t\irk has not mal i oat' ;"' the \ ::1.Ittat.I ..s her the children atUTHlms tht ..n the <|u< ,t..n, ... ,

''''.\ : ;l ( ildTh 1.,1-; Still: iO) anttil -1.1 I fin, pin must compete! four years! of The coinmisMcKi. Mrtrti un.,ni' 'vet stailftl: | hush.ind's suinamt,' hut other sthnvlllrs! '.. in, t tllill u .,
I' . nllr kept, Di John It MslIdr -- ,.ha, C' ..I .....,tam land Fur the "pu" after graduatina iiK'ii.Iv to have tin ritm.ina;:cimvcbti : I --- - I vise her name I.. not thankedllointv .I Hauls said ito"t thsehool <. ----- -
teaching: <1W month to o-\! M,
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..-|..n. lnis\ H I"h" of tonneitm:.: \\'incl.oi Lane Should the teaching time not _,,t< else<< matt i. and tr\ to : I \ Oential J. Tom Watson .. -
,. ..f :2,I .IWHOS aiwl Ivnponb i National II Bank I children and that the PT,\ *
In Iho' tw Iiai.r' the needed l fund.
i\al 1 IXSo
with n "tictt The prolmrly, be complete then the amount ; j ''Va.-I'd' tin tax eolteetoi' ol POOR OLD CRAIG
. [ tivine to :ais* s>nne 'n.'w10 t
slut-his. .1..11,1 ':I.'tit
.Iliein,. purcftdsfd .hum. Miu I granted woulfl b: required to Cit, Mantisei !lph Spaldmslokc '" cotmtvThe .
....... faros of the nwtithlx keep on swaying the Imw In"- -i\ii: : i I' i I 1ltlts ,
Castillo Commissioni Louis Cal. be returned by the student. I | in Made ) chance of oot s nanny bv I Chan Frank. Bent''! .iti I-
Depository man
(nntinued On Pace Eight | pat mt'nt of $(>0. but tiddrxl that 1 ( } man will not invalidate lfilal Francis at Division P.". . I
. . . . . . . . . I Id Sate i (inmission ti M. thlt..l.. n 'h.t .1' to
--- vsa'Jv" ,,l i, he did not knv \ just their the ;iction taken !bv .t r'tuntv offinal I I Mr | I HI IIILET
.. t"'n the'iii i i rnn.tntrt.lI '. .
.. . \v ''mh..n Grease
I monewould ICHIK fiotnMonioi Mon' i ( 'lit v "i mil i n .
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Fur. Sale .il i l 1'latlll.""{' : ( oanleotnmissi. >m i Vi '. .h' lt.> h.vithe H.iida Nati'>n ; .. Chance
-SAVES CAS a CONVERTIBLEClub Cuban I I Frignlc/ : To() : tin SHIM of *<_1.") montt l\ i al flank ..f K', VV' <.,t to ,roar' a : t..n.d i lh, a i_-' -t t tBRADY'S"rJ ---

Coupe-A Bargain : ,,1"1 child l rlfan in tl'" c-ount\. the ....llllt\'s <"icp """It.Tht"i: IMnkmtlll' ...... ..-....-............-
I Smith tops St-r\ ire
IjiHt. ------- application our thtP"ivi J PLYWOOD
White at Fleming St. Phone. 5 :NV\ .\UltO{ t. InroriMinilr.l (Come Here. June 7 : 'Mgr last might and submttVllnalx i( Fnrili 1911 lulrnt.. ..

Oj>n<*ite Army Barrack Opposite Bus StationAPPRECIATION CliwksForSlOIJeadv 'i V sh"w-ins that tlw in.trln-,i -- ill- (. e 4 IH-;,. .

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\. ,ill .HUM. .it K.,1 t 1\,1'; ;al.. 1! Fur ( In"1 In., t':t' ci tmtv !Rind--l I TELEPHONE 816Fnr CHOICE POULTRY \ \\ \ ; : I. hOppasi ..-.I, .5.. I I
Station. Jun 7 ui i .II rut.lh ., - I
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I wish to take this oppor Tlu Jose. Matt willpiohahlv : l 1..iks and in i e .t.twho\ .n\ttl I iJtlie 4 oooa I'J 11

unity to thank the voters IX' 1ic I until .ilxnil JunII. in the pteeintt ...."hs duiin. tlelections <' 9000 Mlles--A Beauty ( S-ili- nun: :LEn;

ol ported Monroe me County in the May who sup 25th part. \\hcn lot Havana she I is. "s hcciuled t" dc. l lJf'4'n made Mao out 4 and and! ate Max: n,,'%\'oj avail hal \ ;\ \\ \KltO.: / IltrorlnraledOpposite ;' Club Coupe-Very Clean RETURN Justice T. Frank HOBSONTo

runoff primary. w rfhle in the offwe cf Circuit Cou Bus Station > \\ VUKO.; lniorM| >ralnl)

i Clerk' Ro.-:..- C. SaxvkCi. he anmnan Opposite Bus Station The

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Palace Thealer! 1I SUPREMECOURT
"',)f".111,4,1" CARRIERSfor \ I .
: YourVifc Stewart Granger and I
(; 1 ALL CARS Ph Jlis Calvrt ;

Km"Kr\ VM MiH I'.iri- A Rest Pal uTilE: MU.U(;.. : uo\\ I "c
121 Duval St Phone 442 Shorts and Hews .
sad ' v 'IKIir( : : .
)DANMcCARTY) i! .IIMIM.l: (; I 1 Indulge in our Golden Fried

19IG << JUMBO SHRIMP This FridayWEAVER'S Its I/1)GI( : Work Guaranteed! ABLE /
For S-ilo 4- J' JUU I'r(1 S'llc' CUSTOM.. 4DR.' SEE TOM and SAM V

Excellent Shape Low Mileage Very Clean Like New Car Monroe Motors inc
4. June 4th
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ii:Itr ilxcij! 7I ref QrifizPlt: A CITY'S Radio Your Horoscope |1 Baker Is Farmer's Best Customer j i' West In

P1Ibll..... Danl) xtwpt Sunday byP. Programs j
I. AR1 I\. 0.._r and .....I1..r you lend an ear to some persons! WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2. 1948- i
'M>Nt ri.AB.TMm. !..- **..*** The early part of the day is

From<:Th reei.Cittern. and Ann BulldincfWner Street.I.Iy . you are I led J to believe that Key West i is an ...eeoc aa.a eeae..1.S..I, Strong and bestows an affable I Days Gone By

( iNtlly Newspaper& In lie, Meet, andUbiiroe entity and not a subdivision! of the state of disposition; but as it progresses, I
County I Daytime Summary, a tendency to travel begins .. ., ,;.. AS TAKEN FROM FILES: OF

ntered at Key. "Went .......101.. a. second clasa matter Florida. I selected I programs a. listed....beraw... i which may develop Into a wandering . I 1 1 THE CITIZEN OF
'+ t.
are broadcast at the same M. 9
All of which pertains! to the blah-blah day through Fnday. Eastern Moil alien nature with fickle FR iT- 9 FLO'URP.I JUNE: 2. 1938

, A. orlated OP TIIK Tea A4O4'IITF.n In .xcluiY.Iy PHK entltl.d" to bout legalizing gambling in Key \ 'est, 'I for t.m.mountain F. "antral, subtract subtract two en.lI.ur.hour; fortunes and given to excsss. I d'' U_ 1 uI54.547.000 : IImum2wmua2 nu"lI.nmn.--..

a.* for reurodnrlh: a of aldl.p..l..he.\ credited i Such a will do better to I
I.. II i.r Hot ulherwlw .rdlled In thle piper'. and 3 s though the city officials have it in their I person >43. 942.000 43I.238.000 : The Citizen today began to prepare
.. b. t tM.reing follow things as they are rather
tlM th heat news published r. MAY 31 THROUGH JUNE 4 I !
publication of
to whether gambling shall be ,
power say than go chasing after new experi- I
at it .4'HIPTI1RITE. souvenir edition in connectionwith
_ ___ _.__.._ ... in the ences. 9 f I i
(0.. 'Y... __ _ _ 11. permitted community. t-ao-Honeymoon In N. T.-obe i the celebration of the Overseas
'1 la Muntha' __._._____.___ LM Breakfast Clubabc1:11Barnard I I -
< ..,... ACuntha ___ __..__ 2.75w Were the officials inclined to close i Highway from July 2 to 4.
..... alinth ___ __._..__m'_ ___ 1.0. Ozark .Follies! - Folksmba1000Fred Five thousand iii!
14s.kIy __ __ _________._._. __..... .%i their eyes to gambling ana The Citizen Valley 1 copies edition -
Waring Show-nbMOkic |\ THK ('IHf'I IT tOt MT OK THC MILK- will be issued.! .
does think that circumstance For Tou- AII\KHTIM: KITK4 not they are. : .:I..a K>TII JI 1114'11. <'IHf"I IT tr -.r ,
Story Drama-abe {
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Made Known ADpIhaltonnPEC11L or TMK RT'T" r rIOHIII%
r would not be of any consequence: so far 10-30-Honr of lM rOH HO\KOK I.01T\. 1 Word was received h %re today
Half H ._ All readier ....U..... Bards MJTICK of thanks, resolutions :1 s an "open" town is concerned. State law, I Ia bay IL With Music, -mba !' l\ < I\CF.N1.< mr \.. 11.412.RLOT
..f ............ obituary notice. ;;: >*m., etc. will bebanted should takes 11:00: ATtnar CoOfrey'Show-i t j i iBreakfa&t LRNERTO:. nnr.R.: t I o'clock this mornmp in the
!s everybody know
a .- fur at tho rate of 'e Fonts a line. precedence la Hpifywood-ab.! f 11.1 inl iff. I Ii home of her son at Coconut
.Notb-ea fur entertainment, t>> cnurcbea from which I 1t:30-En Alexander Show-mA en- iiixoni: :
a r.v tiu. I. lo ... denxed are 5 nt. a line. over a local law. In other words if 11:4t-S. J1* ",..-cba .. j I' Ji'I.1.1 KHRRKIl.onnr.R i 1 1 Grove. The body will be ton.m'M
the taken Ie an open, forum and invite dlarrrklt the commissioners the ti.f-nda nt. i to Key West for burial.
n of public. Iu,,. and ubjerts of local or city l permitted operation Attcraoen | OK PI."..'"TIONJolla ..- :
*...*'al IntereM. but it will not publish anonymous T": YA 4 ----- i
y ...........-Uun. of bolita houses!':, the state couJd stepin 12.-00 Kate-WeTcome Smith' Speak Traveters-a04*-mba i I Ferrer. I -EGGS- i Hamilton: Knowles. native K r

through the !sheriff' who i is answerable!' 12.30-Word* and italic-nt* ; lie Kant" ..rk IMrd rile.Street.New X. Y.. I l't-:# \U\ L-l" Wester who has been conntru-d

to the governor and arrest the bolita opera- IQ-Music, Half Hour-obe 1 j You are' hereby required Ia appear M7,896.5OOThe : with the New York Aquauom
1:15-The {sappy Gang-mb. to the 11..1. for Idvnreo fileal agamet 67,796,000
for several will
ors. I 2:W-Double \ nke roll in the aoove styled ran* on or t years jrnm
or Xotblne- { .
Queen for I I Itefore the IM day ..f July. .\_ U. Key West some time this month
ii MEMBER @ l 7948 Cut the commissioners; have a power for a Daymba2:30Serials I'i br .-nbo '' 194*. otherwise the n>ntalned ,1 to obtain a collection of n,;h m
I (therein will lie taken ax eanfins.d. -
that they can exercise' regardless of what Martin Bride and Block Uroom Records-mbs- be i:I }! local waters for exhibition in time and I may be the view of the governor or sheriff I IOO-To Be Announced-cba: Florida thin I ft day..' Ja.... .Xl i rJrr .1 aquarium.
Ladies Be Seal d-abo
I >. 114H! I I ?.91 mat

-- -- -- ---- ; -they can stop or try to !stop' gambling in 1.30 Paul-The Whiteman House. Party Recorda-cba-aba C, Ro'I..T "l'RT Ross C!F\L Saw.r.) Or 0 00 Word was received t<.-<1.r.nn..

Key West, as they di-I between the first I 4.00-Hint Hunt QuU-cba: flrrfc of Ircnit Oo..rt.Ry 87 0, the: local rommitt whIchIIf'nt
4:30 .winner AH : l edt> FI Ten' .-.. I IX sawyer ..e1.1 Havana t- Cuban
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I and second }primaries. Treasury Band Take Stand-cba:-aba 1'puly 1'IrrL.Enrique i Am I to > invite otucials -

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Kxquiiialflo. Jr.tlorn" .. to send representative-
During) that period bolita was not I IGO-Robcrt "Q" LewiswebsKiddies Sy..J1
Hour twest repeats t hr. I \ > for Plaintiff. I Key West for the Oerseu High-
thrown" in Key West, because; the police Uteri-abe and mba Jun-"- I way celebration, that Cuba a ill

1. More Hotels and Apartments. department was directed to clamp down I' S:4: :>-Lum and Abner-cb..u.a&: .\ THK C IMTI IT <01 liT OP. THK i nation's daily b"'e:1d-nnd: pies, caVes doughnuts and sweet rolls. ', have a*group of city and natural.l

2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. .:1.':% i\TH JIOHItL I IHt'I IT r require so much farm prciuce that the baking industry: is the American I officials at the celebration
on that form of gambling which has been I' MONDAY MAY :31 ONLY j OK THK HTtTK OK KIOHIII\. :I farmer's best industrial customer. The chart above shows how the

3. Airports-Land and Sea. JIBS baa scheduled four 15-mlnnte ; I11) FOIL 'lU"HOt: till 'T'. baker's check ;or $870,000,000 a year to farmers is divided among I"
4. Consolidation of County and going: on in Key West, in one form or another broadcasts or the Indianapolis Motor i 1'11\11'IH1.. I basic produce. According to the American Eaters Association baking County commissioners List
races today. Times are l :.t a.m.i.JU.; I 'a_ ,.. II-4et
e < I night discussed to establish -
City Governments. for a century. At one time the term I 1:4i and I n m.. EST which correspond 1 PKRNARP J. KRI'M. I also ranks: first in the food industry in number of employees, motor a proposal
: Auditorium. to 11.4i a.m.. 1.30./5 and 4 p.m. Uintilf, vehicles plants volume of sales and size of payroll! ; and second ;In I i a fire fighting company
5. Community raffle, conducted chiefly by cards instead KDT The broadcasts; to interrupt regalar '' \v. ""% OH.'I: I'I value of products. Baking! is now Hearing the thicc-bitlkm-dollar! tot;! Ion I the upper chain of ktvpr.iri-
I nroeraras. are being la ,.
:r '.w of balls was the term used, until Go years the. full network: simultaneously without 'i IIZ.Hrt. n.r..3R'. for annual business. 1 ably at Utatecumbej .

the usual local time reiar. !'1 OHIir.ll 01' PI HUfTIO\ I I 1- _
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ago, when the Cuban term bolita was .: j 1I Two softball!! leagues arc ),rlflg
f MONOGRAPH\ doptctl.. and numbers from 1 to 1 100 were I IJza: i Iwnz.n..r.nt.iruni . TODAY'S 1 born at Eaxton. N. Y. Died Fb organized at local publurhooU.. .

tlsed.! i NETWORK PROGRAMS i I uffaln. New York. ANNIVERSARIES: 21. 1833. !j{! One will be called the Midget t

To Our UfatU-r: : Subtract Eastern en.Lacal hour Per meuntatn central ..You.lh.- are Hill hereby..f Com.laint rniuirrd_ for lo div appeart. .>rc*. I 1833-George. Smalky, (am- I. League, with players from nine

between Finally let's bear in mind that l"gaJ-// subtract two "ouro. Some local eta.noes 1 in the abase, entitled cause un the (Knew America) i; ed foreign correspondent his day.i I I to 11. and the other the Junior
There is difference a .
nne "change' hour ef relay to fit :nth; da' of Jon. IO.! .. tnhrrwiwih '
zed gambling so far aa a city local schedul Last minute pro. .lI..n. therein will W takena..onf.ewi. I 1773-.John Randolph ("11f Roanoke" credited with bringing American I i' League, ages in which. will range

drunkard! anti a j aml..Ier. The drunkardcan grain changes cannot be .ncluded. journalism to Europe: born tnj:j: from 12 to 16.
concerned is very much out of the ques- ). famed Virginia: congressman -
!be -uivil ..f hi.< habit the gambler, Thir.l' r to ire ""I.lie". 'il once I Franklin Mass. Died April 4.
: .1 w .-..k for hoer ..__. ..U..e weeks oiator. brilliant and I! ;: : .
WEDNESDAY JUNE 2 in the KV....| Citizen. a _...-- vitriolic, adversary 1916. !' News was received in KVW. ,>t

not. tion.Advertising I Evening i IKi|-r' pllhliFhed' in KrVTrxl.. H.....t.Ia I unique per 1343-Arthur MacArthur. from:'''today: of the nvama'!<- In Mi. .ru*
sonality. horn in Prince {; '"
I II : ceorJ:
TilE OR.\CLI( :. '.00-Xews Report. id Mm.-nbo I! i j i on May 30 uf Murrax Lowe ...fIfti
rri.. this !nh private to iieuienam-genonil.:
wo" repeat for the N w .ast Every 1M>-cbs |Lane ami T-d day: Co. Va. Died<< May 24. 1333.
i 1 Network; Silent; Hour-abc-east I I ..f Slay..5. I'. l!>l". father of the general in Japan j i r.-rs.. Marian Kirtland. dauhloe;
: :;teenth time, is tne most:; economical "ales-' Kiddies Hour trepralabowestNrtwork ,sl.t: 1.1 1816-John Godfrey Sax!'. ''of the I late JwiRt J. V.nm. :' ll..rris.
:: burn Mass.\ DieiSept. l
; in Springfield ,
I Silent -mbs-east I Ross: 1' Sawyer. )ise.t-hunOn..t. ont of the mast I
I man: a business can employ. Kiddies Hour Ir.p"aU-mbs."t : i.rk of .taw fimtit rt.nrt.Alnnroo 5. 1912. .
PEACE BY VARIOUS MEANS ':1i-Sports: Muilc Time-nbo'. Ft''ri' >la. widely quoted<< in his gemrdtiheilborn i

Guest Talks" Time-cbs: > ) P> : I-..l K. Sawyer.Ilrpuly herb.. .'. at HI hgatr. Vt. Dud : What Amt-rlC"ttb. call lhe Eng- j| Today The Citizen 'avt in al

':30-Ohlcaeo : M-uh, 31. 1837.
WANTED: ROADS NOT TAXES I:. editorial paragraph:
Pupil Sasyrr.S.djvI
Almo speaker or writer whit and Abner .. I lish walnut" is not native to the
every for lb.Plaintiff. I
f 1817 Victor Or- j "There human I*
Sfojour..W' are some;
0:41-Newscast' by Three-nbe Ifuwetl 1 .I..n ".I'-'.:- I"I'I British I..eI.. : but to the lijlkuns.
I attempt to wily the-problem of peace, or Thomas repeat 11>-cbs : k-ana-bntn playwright whose Asia: Minor. Persia and a n-giwe' ings who are unable to get alum;!
"America ii is I
I entering its greatest era 1X0-Cupper Club-nbc basic: I : plays were a s..nsaliton in Paris, with anybody because cv r\U 0\
forth with recommendation l\ TilK'hil'l IT (01 HT Ol"
The Beulah eastward China.
war comes a ho-cb" stretching to .1 1
...f highway development. Everything: is flews and unentary-.b. I 1:11: :% I'TU: Jl ""'1'!. 4IH4IITI France horn. Died<< in Pans. '1I mtro-1 I except them is WI'UrtIl-!
: fur to the nations from Fulton Liewis. Jr.-mbs I K Tin r1i; ..K FI.11Nh11. However early colonists!
a prevent
.program Sept 21. 1871.1817George. j II
ready or being I'flp.ued.Iom'y' : is on 7:1*News. and Comment-nbo I IN %NI. TOM XtONItlti: 4 IX N-I %. duced it here from England. !i
1 II INI'i.itS. II. Pro- :, Ireland is said to lvagiven
ratting' their throat Jack Smith and !'ong-; cbs I IN C' I Corliss. j
hllhl. and ..
plans are made or in procos. Daily Commentary-abe I a N 11-413: both its namerul its
.-IX.ZUDUII.X.: vi ,'n((', R. I. inventor who revolutionized Read the Classified Ads in The j Scotland
: that the
knows of
Everybody most re- News: Dinner Date-mba
That is the Vl.iinllff.Ihitn.lant. engine1 1,
good news for millions of 7:30-The Rolllnl Trio nbo the steam T'tizen. bagpipes.
HyioiM leaders of the United States insist I i
.\merican motorists that was spotlighted J Ron Crosby flub-cbs ,rtC\e" ; ChUiTnZI31.IlItsl.t. : : \:. i -- ----
IIM'II the universal acceptance of Christianity lame Ranger: Drama-abo I I l : _
| News
Comment nibs .
:it the Second Highway Transportation I OIIOIMI: ... PI HI K %TIO\
a:* a means of insuring peace. This 7:45-Rattenbor.t!! Comm..nt-abO.. .. T(': 1
Congress held Kd Murrow> ewt--cbs
Washington recently. And Zlmmertuan.ietge .
obviously!" overlooks tinfact that the I II Sports; Conient-mbs A)1. Jeanne.: : IIooA".nt. C..rr..n\.....".... ..' :
I the be-t part of it is that money is no problem .-OO-Dennis 1"aj. Comedv-nbe V.. ..... .Iif..rnit.
('riJltinlc'' ; constitute a relatively small per- American Melody Time-cMMator Von arm-' h.rM ..............' ,00 ppr..rl 1
becauvj. Additional millions of dol- ; of the Tu..n-alJo :' .. . .
for di' i ii r
il. I..i 'mpl"ln
.- rtttt&jft' of the population of the world and hors in automotive Special. Ag..nt-mbs the.'1..I ..a-... IOn ..r'I GIRl SCOUTS PAUSE
tax revenue, are I.3O-Great nilder..leeve-nbel i Lfor,!.,ille -:3rd' dab of J"'). .xi "I.

that. if we judge the future I by past; experience lug into highway treasuries all the pour-I Iul>r. ICta'T! :.:-cbs-ahe I' ISIS.rein...will.....rwt He_taken. the air.}Ttegalu.neth ....nftI !: ,....I

t\ it will take a few thousand years to As JI'lth Adventure. Drama,-nibs : I i This- I order' i- t.. Iw pwMi hed otI ,'. .
liriHjr about such result. one speaker at the Transportation .:*!5-Fire Minutes News-<' >,. :! a week for tots .-.,wnti. %* we. I.-I
a hilly: Pose Comment-tubs I ..Iliz..... a nepaper .. .
Congress The Kew XXeel
pointed out the n
: next three (
j Now, comes Brunch Rickey. president t-CO-The Duffy Ta..m-nbQ i r"hli"hed In the ""it' ..f liWext ;. ) '.'
years there will be for the Nation as Your Song \ Mine cbs Florida .I
I of a well known baseball club, who siggt'tit I Abbott A CostelloabcGabriel (I .:<.:.\1.1 FOR ICE-COLD COKE
whole more than twice as much taxation Htatter. Commentmbs7tbSews dal,,, : .'xo ) thin '"'II I II
: that the development of a universal Broadcast-mbs t ..f J..i A; VTjJUV1: ::
T revenue to spend" for new State highwayconstruction '.30-District Attorney Drafr...-nbo I Roes C :: I II
: IHH-tH projrram", might lea-1 I to the solution Jam..,. Melton Concert-cbs I I .'Urk ..f tfce Isles 1 r
as was spent; in any previous I!. For the House-abe J Monroe '_at>. ."__ -1
I of the problem of war." This inter- Racket Smashers-mbs I r it\:; : heel Anne ,'. l>. iirw-
period[ of similar duration in 1'lerkk. '
our history.: Lepste
10:00-Thco Big Story Dr.m.-abO
!, linjr fiijrjrestion i it ubout a < practical as The Whistler Drama-cbs lath Allan IX "Irare Jr.
There will he a greater amount than ever Bmc, Crosby -.rety-abe >"r for I'Uintiff t2
if wimelxxly I would that in .
peace Opimonaire- Forum.-nibs Jung-5-1--.11.: : : -151'IITII'1 !
before for other needed highway I
the world would lie aso nired; if exervbodywould improve- 10.30-Jimmv Dtirant Show-nbeCordon $
ments. Capitol ""oakroombs \ : OK PIUHITI:
eat waffles for breakfast. Macltae ShowabcCalifornia lTHK '01T JI IM.K01 HT.MONIIOi ; .
These; are facts not opinions. Metodies-nibs : 101T1.. T,TK: Ol*
Any effort to abolish war on the basis 11.00-News & \ariet S art-abe rioitmt.iNt .
It is: strange, therefore, that in some X..5oariely.. Dance :? OraabsNews I ie ..r
of the complete reformation of human be- i A Dancing Hour-ab tilll"K 1 l.i mw K. I.... ea......lIbe -
States where the people need and are demanding I News. Dance Hand : hrs.-mbs Stale, ..f H.ri" .... ,. OIl I..roo.Bimrrented <..
iII'* is: going to take: a long time. Before 1Z.OQ-Dancing Continued-abc-we.tLEGALS tm the l.:.l.le .f aiM
better road, they are being asked Hrrrdrnlsou .
such a'millenium arrives, the human racewill I are h.ereh notified hat *.
to shoulder still heavier taxes. Thatdoesn't a

probably be bled white by surceoivcwars : I.written. th.. Lilt inxtrument Will a..".url.n'tln Te..tamest; .to.fvui.l
make !sense' ;: in view of the
: and may be vxtinui.-hcd if the atomic enor- 1\ TinII /' IT 101 IIT oP' Tin:! hal een admitted lo
ELI:11\TII: : : ..IU"'I U. "I"C'IIT hot, in aid I'oiirtIon _
I enthusiasts know what they talkingalsolt. mous amounts of money in reserve for 0th. TII': STITI: or. 1'l.llltll)0. I.n. are h.'I' ................01 within -
road-bn.nding. plus current highway .\ \M) roll MOMMIK "'01 XT1.i eta calendar mt..thn tram thedate
\ revenues \ ii \:11\ .., the flirt pt.I.liestio..f thKnot
being collected at record-high levels. lacee.. II-IMT ne ,.. appear In Mid "'""rt sad d3't
In the meantime, the practical solution IrvEra.1: I Ir" Rtrtl.t.i 1; N'Lh. how .....!*... If ani ion ran wh. ,
The people are not demanding! higher "'..alnllft.V" the action ..f said C-owrt in admitting -
: of the question involves the cooperation 111% OKI K I std Will lo probate should not -. I
taxes-they are demanding more roads for IHr.ol.lOKIII- r .ail-I.1! !'. .I..nd unr.cokrd.. k
of the most powerful nations is an association feet, "ndant. I I t ) ci (:r
the money they have paid and are still ':II I>K PI KI.I-%TIlt\ tad. \.llIn. Lopea Jr.
to maintain peace, not by pious I Tf' ''iri'wlt lads-c. 1
; paying.:: Harold f ':uld. .\..,,_ In .....-. ..f the ". It i
resolution* hut bv the ultimate of force I ...
use rare Iturren s tOurr. -o..BI> Judge who I. di I
.. itself. This will certainly make warfaremore -- I I .. Ea.t \Xetmonth: : Ma:' >aha-..-tt.. I qualified I
.. .
No business i on are nereoj:' required i .-- ] -y-j..I.; I'."
I : man takes: offense at :1eu"'toml'r I I
wear to the Kill for tvor.-e filed
riky for aggressors and tend to cut / t
against in the above
styled !
ion I Il.liXKlll
who pay no compliments but II' Tin 4'IH41 IT 4 Ol HT OK THK
down the greed of avaricious rulers. n. on .r' l Iwf.rrr the :i-th .Iris of I I11111IT
: Jt I)H ll
prompt! In"bills.. June _*_ i' I'.!>. ..t..,..!-*- the allgatkno .-- ': ; : KIOHII. % I
pars OK .J.Ji
4IK Till. ST%T1
It without ; tfceretw will he
goer: saying that association N
any lakes .H c..llfetieilorMa. | IN "It I'.H NluSitItu'Ira 'r"1|

that sets: itself up to keep. the peace.f 1100.... and /Ordered .1 K.;; ".....,. I IN ,IINI.. 11lnlI t.HtiMn ::
THE AIR WAR AT OKINAWA this :'>tb dai ..f Mar. A. : TINKsr: >xI I ,
the world must bear in mind its own I 1' l'4>. I Iir I I I n'Mti.':: \Kirr. CHKI" .- .
11' 't IT 1'1N'nT
SEAL : l .
bu! | .
Naval ." .. !
spokesmen asking for authorization
.rIn'nit ftrt I I
will involve I'_\I.K K. I 1'\1': 'X. j j4IHIIIH y
nothing in the .
nature of reforming ltld: > l Kl-ren. t: Sawter
to build I ofrn iant. i ii i +
a giant super-carrier point l>epHtI'l.rk:\ '. I.I : 4)
the 4IK III H
j world but simply the problemof X'. .
i out that none of the carriers lost in .-k |for Xl.tirXiiorn I I'Uintitf\ . i I IX Till N.\XIK: ... THK ': i '
policing the earth. .. t'l.uUII'.': 'T.T'1-1
th"1 .
mm' :! .lun.I.-! I
Pacific I _
were sunk by land-based planes. IT": .f. ,
ilisKuided: efforts to UM the flair E.ISifWn .
present More specifically the :Navy says thatin I 'u-l Ill: TO I H"UtT..n"I I 1TS. Seward. Alaska -
I'nited Nations as! a forum for the debateof ilan Or,. Sees. (la.lan : v... are It..r....) jd.I ed that \I.r I -
.t :
: ---T: :
World War'll. twenty-nine major carriers I IN < OK 7MF:1'111Tl caret 4Tirnttln A>l_ !.*_n. I I
human problem-, aif a perfect solution Jl UC.I:. IOMCOI; 1 O"'T' pWiatiff. tu ."* .a I
: experienced: a total of H2.285 actual l'I."ItI' I..n1:' .."In,.t >.>! i i. tn. .' ..ui' '
('uulttl.t> found and accepted involves I In >- I:-I.''.' ..f .- the Klelentn JndnMll Circuit n' II.I I
I combat days, during: which a ship or its alt Ire: '.. .ti:. 1.'II 1.- ee ...l Stair of Kl'>ri I lie organization in useless I disputeere: .. 1'redilaes. ... Perseus IIaI- .untfor divorce awd r- u i a
fcte much l air group engaged,: in "slugging,: it out battle '.e C Iaimn .r Iw........ ,...1..1 > ... an berets re..wlr.... 1.. .
gad feeling, and in instances I .
some said lslateiv the ah.m'e r
*. Th.'arril'r were lurking in forward n
.. a.. 1T-'erl.n'or!
Tti. .1.1J .Itime .1'j
< end .n.h .f \->u .ir." her.-le: I ttT
sterns to foment rather than to n''lf,..l and l l"4<1_ ..'I h, .
where required| in f>r* .ent any r!!.d da, .r .lUll.
areas they were subject to J
.f'rwent ft'(rife. lAini .tiitl whoh .,r |I wise the. ...II.of .tMHplaiBW III'I I -
(enemy-laiid-bas: air attacks. 'i .'ithrr : '.et. .wa; ha a. .1 :. ..arilvu-e will l..- taken a. . II b/
the e-rar..o'o-n.r Lowe. .ii. ( _..hi 1.-.n. i iIt I
The enemy had to report to suiciJ"tactics. tat..i. ....1 ..."...:;'. ,.. ..h.. .........) i_ "further ordered thainotice h"
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The J. "' .f M, nr .e 1'ouniv. Moridaw ...- a.Mi"ne.i.lurinic
raving grace of the nation M the wing Kamikaze raids, conductedby :'tt 1.b .ffi.... h Ike ....,,1''. h...... ..f 10 ea.appear h week: fur tumor ..'n ..' I''
reluctance of the said 4..unl:); at Ii.V..t.. .-10.1''..... i lire wecfcf in Th. key We-t -
common people to take planes base i upon enemy ships. Okinawa ....i.. right calendar monih fnimthe i :. sen. a wev" >Draper ..n1" ,

tiM} rerioiixly the doings of the coeallallsiti \ timer. the first puMication. : r.., '......'.. ISrtda.i .
cited as a perfect (example reveals ..1 lkma ........... Farb claim! .r .p- i I nil\Ft and. ttRI111 h1 at lies 1V. .i ii '. ,
wand I 1h/, . i '
hall IMm 11eKla.
gang. noting and ( .ent
swal Listen
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that Japan lost: ..8:>0 fighting: aircraft and I i tat :::. piace of r>-idence aiMl :Nay, t r. 154... to "CLAVDIA"WKWF
r ad.lress I rl:51.
lr r of .
thatt.ItJ: : were shot down by the Americanfleet. shall heworn Io I., tb. .-lai- i ) Rona f. !'.nr,.... 11:1.A.M.:>> .

F:1rm"rh... what I ...".... h.. as-en' .. me hOe setarM.. ..... .'lerk ..f lime ,'.....ra.t .
grow they eat In t the three-months .
anenoujfh struggle: the ,'.
: astn. h latin a r dead .M en Is aM fee It-arse" .11..' \ .. iOTTlFO UKDt AUtMOilTV OF IMI COCA COlA

.- to feed the animals: on their places: Japanese' despite their loss of planes. did filed shall h*JetJ.. Void Tiv_. t SYat.itlr.r...Florida........ SaCtagefirssty ; I KEY WEST COCCOL: \ BOTTLING COMPANY COMPANY IV

have! little reason to grimiM about the not sink a single American carrier, battleship A,. ._.._ ..f law Lest" Clerk.d .

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Visitu"N1Ws One Kiss .- ;-"'r-1}|r 8O, O..enr-Old

-':. r' ._ .. !i1 .S.)0.- Please I } .. :I I;:|: Music Exliihils

bsj iCaftluat.CHAPTER. Hm-ris STOCKHOLM AI' A1vouns : 1.0XDoX.--iAr--'lAI *:' i.. -
waitress at Karlskntna in i i I lieved to hi the wwMs nUJ* t
southern Swrdch was fomb'v musical instruments will hj

10HtLDRED ,encouraging word. I I I that dove with Mr. Lanier" She kissed an evenin' in *prms. She : shown hers next fill in an *x't''
took Randy's advice Hildred wanted to run to meet flashed Lucien a smile to show rued the man complaining tha t' bition of Danish art trrr.-m...

day and stayed to them the but she She stood as if planted ,I,! him how much she aporeciated she had got bruises and a cold i Exhibits nearly COOO v "ar.> i 11
tome from the chric. She felt, she : open the spot gate could service not Robin even What he was dome, how truly The judge fined the man 71J!( will be inili-rleti in the tin ,., '
a I I|I wonderful she thought it was of
had earned a day oft There were performed for her. Only then did him crowns tor disorderly conduit and {i; month di plav. which brain : t
any number of small matters, Lucien look up to see her. j I I "You must come with us." he had to pay 100 crowds in I Irlarnngt'I. the Victniu and Albert MusriunOct

long neglected that she could attend He did not seem surprised, or ,: Lucien said once! more. We shall So the kiss cost him 2% with the title "D-nh ..tArt <
to. Also she thought it wouldbe nonplussed He gave her his slight II be greatly disappointed if you $;0. treasures through the axes "
a good time to attend to something I smile, with a nod of greeting He j, don"t" --
eke that had been bothering said, in a perfectly ordinary mat-|I So_Hildred found herself being
Fer She marled to visit the Home ter-of-fact voice "Well here we 'assisted into the beck seat by

where the little crippled boy I are"HiMred I,'I Robin, with Jimmy tucked between
said "So I see" And ,
make het and Lucien.
Jimmy, had been placed to
Certain for herself that he was did in part. The things she had I j''I It was a wonderful picnic, not
told Lucien
i last at dinner !
well end happy I lmu.t just becauj* the big wicker hampr
Mildred sad "I've been worried indeed have fOund under ,: Was pecked so full of appetizing
standing. She had not dreamed SALE NOW IN
about Jimmy. I feel 1 am the one i however he had been interested | delicacies but because the
pbnfible for hating him put ina to this extent company proved so congenial
I Once out in the hills with the
boarding home and so 1 want "I borrowed Jimmy
for theafternnoA"
to make certain he is all right Iwant I Lucien said. canopy of blue sky erhead
His darn
Jimmy turned into a normal little
to pay an unexpected visit
eyes smiled into hers now dt't'PI.1| boy A rowdy little boy. full of
nd see what 1 find.
I she had
as they could
fun and pranks and So
Hildred had said she was going i laughter t i
he was the Lucien she liked, the that soon Lucien and Hildred \
bn this unscheduled visit in order i man *ho.'was her friend. "We're I I and
even Robin who
to tee what she could find. But going for a drive, into the
coun- j in all the merrymaking, were behaving REDUCED PRICES ON
nothing could have prepared her : -
try. Weve a hamper with
packed : as if their had all been '
for the discovery the was to make. I lurch. And we'd be very pleaded | ,
suddenly fire Then, finally exhausted AUTO
for there, parked in the crum- -
if you would join us, wouldn't we, they stretched out to test TIRES ,
LIng driveway was a familiar Jimmy -
018 grassy knoll beneath a b!g FURNITURERUGS
limousine If it had not become so
familiar of late she could not have II UNTIL now" the little boy had I, spreading oak hung with lacy '
raised his heat., .
cledittd her or his Spanish. !! moss.Hildred
eyes Hildred saw, with a was too content to seek BEDDING rd
earth u Mr Lucien l
on ** I real pain, that he had grown slumber she rested her back '
here' she asked Robin thin-I
going '
ner and whiter during his against the trunk while Lucien CURTAINS
who jumped down from behind '
star stretched out at her feet A little xtt.
toe wheel to her with hisItendly DRAPERIES
greet 1 "I don't like it here," Jimmy returned [ slept soundly, his .f t
; mile that made ro secret I
I i but in such a low mumble | tumbled head pillowed on Robin's HOUSEW ARES t
cf hi admiration and p
Any more" [that.it_was difficult to distinguishthe Wide chest.The .
\\ Kant I hf iSl SUPPLIES
suppose words. "I don't like it at all, Idon't ;>* end ot a perfect day," Hil- CANNING \
Hildred tacked
erw. on nodding -
want to s'ay" dred said
meant t "The
hipwatt toward the" Home. .I I I'e 11 see about.that."Hildrrd I| wonderful part though Lucien n .
"That he jure is. Hotm returned i said quickly. the child j 1 that you would plan it. make itpossible" ; UNDERWEAR
1 burstxi
prorrptls to what his e to' *
i was ,ready tears She stiH could not get SHOES
up to, well, maybe you can find I Long pent-up tears of horribly repressed oe! that; it was another side of
that out. Miss, Fetter than me. I d emotion. this stt-ahge man of many moods. HOSIERY
say your guess is as good as mine. I "You mean maybe won't have "Why not- I am human, if I WORK CLOT
But even as he saId that neither to stay" The little fellow looked aIn a l.antetLuriE'n rrphcd SPORT, I /
Co! them was left guessicg For out up at her now, his underlip After you told mp about Jimmy
<*f the front door with its elaborrate. riquivering! painfully. He had-enormous j' ra!'t night I suddenly got this inspiration IES'r
if sumrwnat dated, lace cur* dark'eyes and a thick crop i though I confess 1 was
bins came Lucien leading a little I of dark hair. not confident it would work out
bey He was walking slowly, so f Maybe not all the t1mt' We'll well as t\ has. At least not until
that his gait would match tint o f j I see about i1 too" Hildred promised I ybU popped up and! joined U1l-
the child more halting one due own eyes were which is what actually has made
M a brace worn on one thin limb 'misty with tears. "Right '
now it the
I perfect day it has turned
His head was bent as if he were : she
peaking to the child in low, and :her feet again ")'OU'I e going for j jI I 4, *Y. tw e ntine -- -
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I Hartel, Hospital Appearance . *ricirtrtnhis

I (;"tm' ctud sinluitltMt Mrert*

! Head Wants To Resin ;- "Are you college man*" "'1101I: :;(.n .... I art 1
"No. I lost mv hat and 1 forgot -

! Jo have mv-\uit. pressed '.
1 uun, Vv COMMISSION isSKK1) *-

II. 'II'I"I"I"I..I-III.i.4fT.' '' II-AiA:6Iil".A'"I':'
! .\ U'cnl..\ 'S Indians Get .

CLl'15 NOT Tn UXiiT

Costumes For
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,. Miss of Mane the Municipal Harwell. superintendent Hospital,'! Gaudy Dance ; ;5 YOU CAN BANK ONALLELECTRIC

vi'..nt< to reign. JUrLee God : FREMONT, Neb: .--(AP>.-Iiuli- I
dai d, president of the Key WestWomt'n's
aria hue have given rile:: "ne.wlook" :
: Club last night informed -
the members of the Monroe to tribal repalu A Fremont -'

County Commis! I
"We do not know, whether or railroad: section hands-m?:.n J> !

not we are in order. but we wish cleaned: l'Ua pieviuli hlnli i
the commission would refuse to
toell item Midland j
accept the resignation of Miss ". : College

llarlell." aid Mrs Goddard. \\taUlints. that bon the, vanity, !

'"TI*- Worn*'n'* Club went on record dt''ignatinn.Varrior ," beneath Ii j

vesterdav to that effect": i the picture of an Indian biavt
Chairman Frank" ik-ntkv of the I .1

fommisMoit toM Mr Goddard IT ILLOl< SMILK
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that the bOth had not itt-eived GO ALL-ELECTRIC

the resignation of A"..SIi llartf-11 :
On Hand !
and added that tht'would- rwn i

Miter the "ultl!f"=tinn.r the Worntn's -

Club if it was received New Boarder Bv goh, this i i il dividends in convenience
Mrs GuUdard read a resolution is excellent hah \\'hat''Qur. ,
adopted by the \V omens' Club ih I 1 for S
recipe making it
w his h Miss Hat tells work was aefficiency I
highly commended It said further landlady have no rrcipe It. and .

that Miss H tell "IS n't just accumulates. I economy -

only an able administrator but a
woman of great hvait conscience tion. is a member of the Women's
find ability and of vital importance Club. the Business and Profesional -

to (civic betterment in the Women Club. the Council .

iuwity." '1 of Social Agencies and theArncriwn COMPLETELY ELECTRIFIED homes.. using low-cost.easY'
Miss If ai tellaid the n:sol u- Red Cross.
:- to-operate. time-and-labor saving conveniences. MEAN BETTER
IIF/.s "' \\ 11..11: (; TnfiO 1'O J \11; i i LIVING and EASIER WORK.

<,,' ""' "7' -";- < :. '$' I l In the home. electricity works wonders. By Increasing '
f... t. " !-jf. f"1
: ,' ,j" *",. '..a'S',, h' <-.; ..,i ..> ":"..':,,., < ; <1) home efficiency, electricity increases profits and saves time. And

.'1\ all it t a lower cost too. '!Cf

.,,"" .... ' ... <, .1", :* tt
k- ., ;.< '\ t -'p.t:: rt.j ... The more you use. the lower the price. When you use

k :<,, -iT-f'?: ''': :' :. : "l \ I electricity in quantity your electric equipment works for you
t t .
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K -' ... ..- .- ,-, . . . j" at lower costs. As the OVERALL efficiency of home increases \
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."' 6''t k the cod decreases. Just try it and see and youll agree-you cn "

:.: :: ,,:';:";';.l:; ;. ; bank on electricity lo serve save and satisfy.
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PAUL ROBEsON. Negro singer throws his arms in the air and

tells the Senate judiciary Committee in Washington that he is .

willing to go to jail rather than answer a question as to whetheror

not he is a Communist. H* testified against the Mundt-

Nixon bill .I "I" "I.i.1" JrJl'" "" "II"ilr


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Walter S. Gifford Tackles :New Job Helping to Sell More Savings Bonds CLASSIFIED ADS

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1 InfuriiialioN for the .Aiherliwr
... ... P.a' 'It\T .
.d3i Rtca RATI: Foil H. I'H
::1 BL".KFAE Tint: I farm-nt f rU.sincdmrnts adeergbp,
i. in-ariabl> in a4ta.nee, bpldvertisem.nts =
: : under this head regular a.icertirers with Ir4r.unts a>w
wilt b* inserted in The 'ili7cn at .-.. ma> have their. adiertic.
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I the rate of 2 a word f r -h in- men .harE'' 4-
.-rlKrti. but the minimum ,' f-r PI BMTATIOV UKAITLI5E *
A 4' the first 15 w.rd. or 1-s. is 3 <- Tr. insure pnl lltl->n. copy suit
... '.J ; : The rate Cite Markfanis ita 1.. The fiiir-n office tr iiilt147t word. and the minimum charge for in the morning ofthe ,1Ie.4iy
I{ tint I i words is 4ic. ,f publication.AH .

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advertising Is a.-<-...>t...l ..J.T the f..IUln .ndiion lit f5.
t event of error in afH...riiylnK. transient Tb<> cnizen "-ill..
Y only fur the first inwrti-n In f lawiifirtf ,dtrrti.lack ltd tl -
!lY 8b'' DS
I r livenisi.= r,,r. only the a-tual am.tuoi of apace o<:cus>led ft; gyp
par irl the adfrii'-c'in, nt where lh vrrorur .

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Bungalow small store building
If you're a neat local resident bctncen and lime grove on four rip

I 35 and 60. own a tar and lots. size 50'x 120' each in i\ICiCI

1i enjoy making friends, e'n' section. This can be botjj .
show you how to earn from easy terms. Johnson & JWfih
$].50 to $3 an hour by following son. Phone 372. juJ(14t
i. our methods. Drop a card '

New York CiU Walter S. Gifford Chairman of Board American Telephone a.':d Telegraph! to P.O. Box 977 for particulars j
Company: u \ re.- right" responds t. ran for volunteers in Security Loan to :solicit every potential No obligation. < White outside paint. $2.73 .
I.::' or of t cited Stales Savings Bonds. lie is shewn here pointing oat campaign symbol to PhilipM. i junl-2-3-3-9-IO-6tj 9-inch electric fans $8. 0. Don-
Light New York State Director for the United Stales Savings F. ns nivKicn, (left, and Lewis crty & Co.. 846 Olivia carter
i:. Picrsoa, chairman of the New York State Ad\'i-ry Committee of the Savurs Bonds Division. I Packer. Call 1537. junj- r
Iccnt'rl.Ir.. ifforj., in accepting office of honorary chairman for the committee beaded by Mr. I HELP WANTED-MALE i :
Picr<>tn. said "the purchase of I'nitcd Slates Savings Roods by millions of cur citizens during tbe t
Security Loan drive will represent a, long Stride toward the achievement of individual security fora I Two-family home. complete
citizen and the coilcctixe security ..f the nation as a sth, le." Young veteran to learn printing j! furnished. Apply 620 AsbcSt.upstairs. .
I trade. Apply Key West Citizen ; Q-t-6&
may28-5t j -
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II I 500 =..hcct. S1: x 11. w-he neyrj.
STORAGE ; print 25c. Artman Press, Citizen

4 :3T } Building Phone 51. ."
Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture I may9it.
or commercial. Phone 798. : SL
junl-tl ;
Electric r nte. Tad!
m t i 6000. 114-C Poinciana Ex

J. FOR RENT' ten ion. u a ':7-4tx
$' "

Store to let. 33x60. At 218 Simon- 1917 Croilcy automobile small

I I ton St. Call H. Altman Phone I mileage. Ilohncr accord
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I i i Nicely furnished 2bclrwnhome. 27-foot cabin cruiser. povverex4fl
i hot and cold nmnin? water all h. p. Marine Jeep. .Escelferltrvmniercial
electric all conveniences. $1::;
or private ilsf.
i i month. Phone I124-M or 73. Heady t A reaf
j_Ro. barf 4 L
X v ii i mav31-6lx See Jack at Thompson may2629jun23tPressing dock

Three-bedroom furnished house

for I"l'nt.ppl 1012 CatherineStreet. Club, good :busines;

jun2-3lx S0f d location. Reason for seB-

ing. 809 Duval Street.
FOR RENT-ROOMS : jun l-Ots

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Light housekeeping rooms. $:;-OO One 5'; h p. outboard motor* -'

to $15.00 per week. 411 WilliamStreet. HNintlis .UL And .skiff. $15 .
inay-4-Imos 3010 Scidcnbcrg. Avenue. .

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.... . f j OVERSEAS 917 Fleming HOTEL Street International panel truck ......
[ . I 1 I Weekly Rates rubber good mechanical
-J' $3.00 to $10.00 without Bath tion. Rcadjl to go. PlwncS )

u d $12.00 to $15.00 with Bath to 5. . ju Q lilt
M R S. ROOSEVELT'S WARDROBE Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt wears her wardnbe !,I junl-tf I II Ii
t for her forthcoming isit to C.real Britain. Left to right: black and white print afternoon dress; Two old houses highest bi
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Hack lightuciRlit wool coat; black crepe afternoon dress with print trimming at neckline and hip
comfortable Gulf Stream Part.
Pluin airy. rooms. Trailer
and tu e\cninz coun of black lace, bouffant stile, with widely Raring skirts and multiple petticoats. II
I 513 Whitehead opposite court- jun2.3ts
----. house. may31-3U I

1 In thV eighteenth: it I One skiff and dinghy for sale
Sena lor FavorsDecentralization f was common practice to cut I Rooms men only. 1017 Eaton cheap. Palmvilla. Big.. Pine
Street junl-3tx James Cirr ti. .-
i Uii'givSvtv con into quarters !I Key.
;; ;.nd tt. use thc pies for change. jun$b
I Couch and matching chair. Also
Furnished apartment. 3 rooms end table. $65.00. All in vfiy
(FNS Ix'funth.., 3r condition 78-2 PoinciaAa.Hishot .
-- Spo.ikins : I 1937 P-.tek'loi f"nlor-c-dOin.: new I and bath. Maid and janitori good

Jiicl!:>onviiie Rotary Club I --I'i point. good tirt-s. radio. Can service, linens and utilities jun2-b

conttyStare; Sl'n.h."altl'!' R..,( I be seen at Tonv'suto Body 1 furnished. Summer rales. CorI -
I al Hotel Apartments opposite offer takes these: lr ndouble
c.r Oiluntio u. god the detvnuaii-f i Shop. 603-605 Green Street.
I Post Office jun2-10tx bt-d. Simmons; irnlt
j.-tion" of KO\eminent. j '1 may28-Ct I spring mattress. book SIleIS0I, ';"vc! jvnent I:; ui'\-i I irrniiitnt electric searint
ck se-n to the pvopklu -." 1942 Nash 600. 4 d ior. Seat cuver !! Efficiency apartments, alt utili- tricycle: Singer
machine. Singer treadle cabinet
ties furnished. Adults only. Also :
indict heater
aid. "Statoo and nvcrhaikt -
1 i floor lamp. 317 Edo
Ai5na \vvi1yit by private j jtnttiprixe. !. Cheap. $6J). 38 Rest sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00 I Stret-t. Jung 3tx
double. Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming -
ay>tem of prate : ;
\ onterpri must continue IIoui 0 ------ Street. junl-tf I 7-ft. Phileo Refrigerator, u,fc

untry is to prosper. i I Q.2 Buick vUpt.r sedan. 1946 tn- three weeks. Priced to still in4
"Tin- iiitdiMc oi the pv-cplc.I i f pin-. E\tfllent throughout. Furnished 2 1-2-roorr. apartment. I mediately. Call 344 or 1043-M.
.-:i.-iurnarstyoc< down'r I; 1 Apply 30-2 Poinciana Place. Utilities furnished. $69.00 }: Jun2-3t
tl,'n taMv arv rcxiutpV" he said j may3l-4tx: monthly. Couple only. Apply j

in p.'int'ng out the darsi'; -'!" i-f I Iu I --- -- - 915 Windsor Lane. junl-tf New R.C.A. DcLute Consofc
\ : txatIon and. he add"ti. i iJ.U1937.: -door.. Body I Combination. Sacrifice. CaB
'Tii'- uuMJc shiuild be taxed l", i .- n.i j
m"I ti.r gored condition. Must Completely furnished new efficiency 344 or 1043-U jun2-tt
...nithe" necessities cf' gut ct nnn I sell. Going overseas. First apartment. Electric refrigeration I
-nt. |! I ie'; ,."n.ibif offer. Phone 1530W. Continuous hot Whizzer motor bike good condi

37 Ro.-t Beach may31-6tx. water. Phone 213. junl-lf I tion. $55.; Elgin 1 1-2 b.pout-
.\ bird's: foul: is a.'ali.I "..
board motor. Used onlfe'
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l II rh .'. > u. ;.mi :;11'I' 1"4' F.-ici. club coupe. Phone Furnished cpartmcnt. adults only hour $:;0. Reducing and massaging
g I.I vi :". tl! r u.//uid. .
13S K. machine. reasonable.114D
: 703 South SU Phone 226.
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T. I' !1 :\ .'.. may27-6U
36 Jun2-3U
1 P ntia.- For-dor Sedan. $250.
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Apply 407 Olivia Street alter
:- 4:30 P.M. junl-4tx Two efficiency apartrhents. $Ci Taylor Tot. $:.00: new trn-)cie,
Utilities furnished Facing
$; toaster, $2.00: high chair.

V '37 ChevoU-t l'z-ton flat body Navy Conuntssarv. Call $3.00: dishes and part. $5.00;
( \,. \\ .' 1. ', I .. ark $:!OO.oo.pply 1219Siniiui'un. 1129-M. may29-3t scatter rug. 50c. $20.00 for alL

'. jun23txMISCELLANEOUS Phone 1535-W after 5.
MONTHSOLD --- 2 apartments available. Inquire 1 jun-zu
Daniel Manders III fight to uphold 411 William Street.

his dignity as a oaby show I may31-4tx Wrapping paper of variftUo sizes.

Washers, irons, vacuums anJ Artman Press. Phone I.
king against the motherly attempts -
fans -pah-ed. O'Briat-t, Phone I 2-bedroom 2nd floor apartment. Jun3-1t
of Queen Judith Ann I.
1I&i-M. junl-tf $97.50 month. 529 Gnnnrtl St.
Merbitz. 5. They won honors: Phone 1185-H moiiiingji between 14 laying hens two' leghorn

'A Friday in a field cf 93 entries For guaranteed plumbing and re-1 f nine and twelve. ma ':n-3tx rtmsters. 100 HJS. laa\ire rat .

as the auxiliary cf the Veterans : pairs. Free estimate. Call I revolving shot dtSf" trian

of Foreign Wars cloned its John Curry. 512 Margaret For Rent-Small furnished apartment gle. IS Ib*. fish glue.. 12H V aria -

lab? pageant. The photo- Plunx781.. st.,1 419 United Street. Apply Street. jun2-3u

grapher didn't say whether 1224 Duval Street. junl-U
Caroline Shop. 223 Ann Street' j twill LOST
King Daniel finally got &a
percd. iiMiam open througit I Three-room 1329I
j Jane w ith incivasinK stock of j jfem. ji Last Black steel box in Kre>s at
I Duncan Street Phone 817-R.
/ ifiexpenaivv cottons for j I lunch counter. Tuesday containing
/ : IN MEMORIAMIn \ slrpiirvf's and di aperies. From j j jun2-3tx hypodermic syringe: and

y ate'USE chcitahttl nwiimiy of f "ur 10 to 5 day. except Thunida'j needles. etc. Papers and bankbook
..00 a month onf-bcdruum I with my name on came.
nine yeai ago today. Alwaysin may.. -Gtx I! apartment. Lord's Beach Court. Phone 1565-J.: Reward.
our hearts. t south corner of Elizabeth. I JunT-3t
F.: ai t\p-- wnudwiH-k. contact | jun2-3lx

E.cry day brings both sweet \ R.>K its Cabinft Shop. 803 j FOR RENT-COTTAGES

memories.Loving CantiimStrttt.. llxmi1437.. I II REFRIGERATIONGuaranteed
thoughts and silent tcurs. Scitt-n II......>-. cabinets of all I Cottage newly renovitteU. cuoptetcly -

IX-ep widHa our hearts we cher- ': kinds \vn-l>vjeixens.. etc_ domestic and cvmmcrcial furnishedvith 11 Pft;.
tshThuughts expertly maOf-to-ordcr service. Estimate dishes, electric and xvaur.
A COASTsR . Your hostess |I,I ont gas.
of you are loved so ', Junl-7tx | complete overhaul fret nil Suitable for two aduiu. one
won't cpp.-cciafe finding dear. charge. Holbrook Refrigeration I child or three adult00

rings from wet glasses on her 1IOTIun AND DAD. Dressmaking and alterations. Call I I II Service, Phone 724-\". | per month. Phone 465
piano of hm Lies co/ree toWe.J .
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; '18 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 ; ; ; ;
909 Siiiiunioii St. :: : Nice If It I FJ-plripal! I WE REPAIR ITT 1-------, CRAIG i :
Ownership ol BENNY-Management Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS :. t s w E SELL I T 1 ,,11 POOR OLD I

J Serving FERNANDEZ. SEE Plenty OUR of Action Toys for the Children : We Will Call For and Deliver : S WHITE STARCLEANERS : Service Station : 1 1
I 55 Electrical I : JO Years' Experience Electrical Work : '
BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 SHOWING of Appliances : :: J. H. BRADY. Manage* PHONE liSt :

: .LUNCHEON."DINNER. S to 11:30 8:30 to 2 ........................._...................... : .lLCClL1.211 Duval Street : Jr_ :. : Fraacu and Division Street .: !
.........................e....................... ELECTRIC S Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa. STREET Prop. .: Tirea Tubs Batteries Auto Accessories : : ''
The Best : TELEPHONE ;
5 41
Orders of St"ksShort S HOME\ SUNDRY STORE : ............ .... .. : 822 SIMONTON STREET :, . Your PURE OIL and GASOLINE..Deafer"............: 1
-Sandwiches 5 5 5 .e.555555.555.5555.55..5 : ...........................
At All Hours : : ......................' .....................e. Dry (.'.leaninganil : .............................................

... : TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS ,.: ,., "Your Patronage Invited" s i PRITCHARD i S RUSSELL'S ::: Pressing24HOUR SERVICE :;: ; RADIATOR SERVICE I

J. Open 8 A Daily.!M. to and Midnight Sunday ;... 5 Ice Cream .; Proprietary Medicine : FUNERAL : Free Delivery Pick-Service Up and: ': NOW AVAILABLE :

: ....................... ,, Sick Room Supplies School Supplies i : : DRY GOODS i : SUITS for MEN : 9)l\ud(:leaning 9 Retiring and O Hushing \1 1

...5......Toilet......Preparation..o555.......and....Article................; : HOME S S 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : and. ROME :! TOUY'S AUTO AND
;i ..................... : : : PHONE 373 :\I..a..tlrc:\ : SHOP
: ...... .. ...... . ..... S IA>I Those Scree : : : PHONE 282 ; 603 05 GREENE STREETCAROLYN BODY ., I i'

I ) ; Who Serrc Best : .....................,! ............ '
: GOMEZFURNITURE S MUMFORD and ROSS220 S Socializing .... I

: --- DUVAL STREET S WE HAVE NEVER : ; InWomen's : .e.55.................. ............................................. a I
CO. Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : BETRAYED A TRUST- : '. I HKUrTY I
and .
: 720 DUVAL STREET Carrier '
S .Air-Conditioning LOPEZ ,: Orerseas Hotel 313 Fleming St. ,
: :
: Jii\niil Furniture Ambulance Service Children'sTelepholle
: HOUSEHOLD( for Domestic and Commercial Ute s 548Merer : :\
S >33 ---.-- PHONES Funeral Service We In ., ;t
$150 Specialize
: FURMTl'REPlastic .: ..."....................... .....................: : Sleep : S Apparel ,S : v Scalp Treatments Hair Dicing : -j{

; Axminster Inlaid BroadfeltRADIOS Congoleum ................................. ..............5 ............ Established 188S ',: ALL TTPB5 or HtU.F."R C VRU. ;

ElectricRanges : .5555555555...........55555555551...........J...............SSSSSSSsi......... Lit"t'ItM"t1 FuneralDirectors S...riioiic......175STELL'S............rERlIA......E\T.:...uAb...1I:5i. .: .........,

and 'BOTPOINT and . ....... e e ..e. .. .... 1

I Appliances"Terms I : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical AppliancesVaIiiii E J. A. MYERS S Einbaliucrs2lUonr ,: .f. : : ;BEAUTY NOOK (;J.;; f .1;

: Arranged" : \ ;: Murhiiio for Immediate Delivery :, 1 LicensedPAINTING Scientific Beauty Culture '
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: in All Branches -
S OPEN TILL 9.00 .
P.M. ; : HOME APPLIANCE : : Ainbuldiicc : [; ;''
MON. and SAT. : Thoroughly Experienced f :
S i Contractor f..
....eeeei ............. : 605 SIMONTON SThEET PHONE 11 : Service : Operators ,
................................................ : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED .. : Son Water U=-d CxdoalTelr : f'

................ 55555555555555................................... : Telephone 9127. 114 Duval Street. Jefferson Hotel : : Phone 135 Night 696 : : Phone' 637 536 Fleming St. .I : '.
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: Key West Garden Lawn : .............SS S S S S............1.............: i
PRICE TOURS & Supply S When \on Want FASTER, BETTER ......................... F'OJ""PT Customers. Fnends and the Public Invited '
PaMenger : Full 1 ; FLOOR SANDING ; i Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. i Frances Beauty Salon
Representative S SUPPLY LincFull : On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE ; Frances Park. Owner

for : : 1 CAKDEN; l SUPPLY Line Guaranteed 'If'ork. Modern Method : :: i L 1010 GRINNELL STREETllf'fll"Y

: : : Culture in all its /lfu..
: FLORIDA EAST S .S .tmrletms: Service and Ueliiery : J. DOUGLAS TREVOR CONCH: SHELLS : Treatments :

COAST RAILWAY ................................................. : Ilt'r9 1I.rri'Clill" Phone 137Ml All Sue : / Facials Permanents- Shampoo- Scalp Manicuring :

................................................. .55555555555.55555555.5.55555..55555...e..... : : For Appointment Phone 1331Marion's !
: W.w Located Next : ..............................e....e........ COCOANUTSsrorscES 555.5e..5.5.5e5555555.55...55.5..............
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, DR. COBO'S : ; on cuT: i OFFICErLEMDfaSTRrET S merc:- IIUFSO '
S b1Jgs. house- by INSURING with S : SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK
: : S MARL HAULED. $5X0 for 4 YARDS : : Will Ship to Any Part : : BEAUTY SALON / \. :
: lieu of La Concha Hotel sonli'eneTJ: Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co.SaVt S Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : S of US. or Canada ; "Soulfcernnaost House In U.S.A." \ : ..
: All Policies Non-Ass ssabl. S S 1400 Duval Street Telephone 1314 :; 1J. 3 l s
4 vnONE124 : 15% on Marcy S. Palacio : Hair .Hair j,. L.... : .
: Mcr.mtile i Expert Tinting Cutting '
:eeeeee............... ; Sta k /. 7" Criuoe, dI B t. Phone 674 : G TTECH10..1! Olivia St. .Personalized Permanents .Sty ling ,- : t.

: .............................................. .;. : 801 : 401 South Street ; : Corective Facials b tta ,
1 ............................................. : KEY WEST. FLORIDA ; : Exclusive but Not Expensive :
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: Ride the Bus tu the ; : 118 DUVAL STREET ; REAL ESTATESales : # ural Hair Tint :
: GOLF COURSE ; ing or Finest : ;
822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 ; : Open Daily and Sunday, '' ia Permanent : {I
.e S 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. : i Waves . .
J Cuslnnan Motor\ Scooters Appraisals : :. .
DeliveryBICYCLE S COMPLETE Dinners ; Leases : Beauty

::1 : !. Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : Rentals : I S

0 Buddy Scat 1T1" Rental> Service ..-REASONABLE......' ..................PRICES................... Management Colony
TAKE e55.555e.5 ......5.55.55. 55..555555.555.5555 :- Improved and VacantProperties : .* 521 Southard
1.1. : BUS SN0. : S Parking Flags-- ; ; S ia Kev West : Street ")
Ito S S a URANCES : and Monroe Count Next to Southernmost -

the +f 0 Windshield : J. OTTO > Beauty
GOLF School i
All Licensed
: S and ALL OTHER: COMPLETE: COVERAGE : BeauticiansSpeoaJizing : t
: i sTd3G : : ,
:. ; : Have Fun! : : Also DAYTON BICYCLES and ; Key West Insurance Co. : :: 313 411 Whitehead Fleming Street Street :; e e Most Modern in : 1.

s : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB24"H .: STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : : 318 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1J71 : : Phone 124 and 73-R ; = Phase of : ... ''I

..................... .................. ...............e............. S Directly in Front of PostofficeBEAUTIFY .. Beauty Culture ... I
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aa: : SERVICEExperience : :. TOR QENt ; INSURANCEOFFICE .G Work-Low Prices ; s III
: : in Watchmaking : FOR SALE :
qualifies us to assure S S : Dairy between 9:30 AJ4. and 3:30 J. : .
Our Customer Must B0 : Your Entire House with : I
and depend- : P.M-Appointments are accepted q--d '
you accuracy S : ;
ability in repairs. ; Satisfied j J. from public bj Senior Students of ( : I t
Whether it u the inexpensive 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : INLAID LINOLEUM 521 MlirrilAHD) : .t-
; seven jewel or ; STREET : TheSouthernmost l :
..:' he most costly seventeen OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE S or ASPHALT TILE : Opposite Bus Station : t tof

; 'Jewel infinite care is always .................................... : School :
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guaranteed. S ............................................. : EXPERTLY INSTALLED: : .
', If your watch is not : 1ELLIM10>E 1454 FOR ESHMATE PHONE KO. 1 Beauty Culture y :
giving you complete sat DRUM BAR and ,4
: S SS 523 Southard Street (
isfactton. why not bring ; West \ ;
; it in? Our charges are extremely ; PACKAGE DEPARTMENT Key S -TilE- ; There are a number available with over 800 hours ;
reasonable. of state approved instruction who know the latest i
: $25 DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112 PorlerAllenCompany :
; ; phases in beauty culture. These student bvauUuana
; DAN VAROLL ; -"We Deliver"- Floor Co. S under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
: WATCH and JEWELRY ; O Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : Covering S beauty culture do good work at very low prices. Although .
appointments advisable.For
REPAIRING : are not required it is ;
Packaged Goods ; 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORITA ; Appointment Stop at :
: Work Done.. On Premises ; ................ ............ ......... ................ 523 SOUTHARD ST.. or PHONE 537
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: FANS $5 oo lo s4900 :: H hy Pay ."I/ore ,If hen 1 III. (:tin Illl Fur I.r.: t I
When You (:Jo : S and 1'ay .Is' lUll 'J'.r' ur ( se':

Food Shopping : : 9IF"Sll or TERMS -..T. : .: R5ulr! $12.35! Values $10.35 S ,
: Be Sure to Get . : : 1'IE"l 1 L 1'S PAINTS Regular $10.95 Values $7.35
The IVfif : FOR RENT
11 D. I.adier' COAT: SUITS \LI-rUICE: :

i OTr1C/Jl n : A Radio I RepairService : Lactic just DRESSES{..Jrriretl-WIIITt_ ;Greatly DRESSES Kcdticcd ; A Good Location On Thih Pam c ,

: ENRICHED BREAD : : Couch Covers .Linens Curtains Plastic Table Cloths ,; FOR 1..f.ORU.JTIO.\ :
: J ill Soullt 1.Iritl" S : and Aprons .Silver ware Radios .Electric: Irons I
: The Foundation of Today9. !t' \ -- .: "Convenient Terms Arranged" : PHO."E 51 :

: Heal Planning : 1 Ask For the Advertising Manager :
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t : RALPH rAJlALDO. . PHONE : W. Have Latat TELEPHONE: 1512 ;, !
-- 522 Southard Street
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Defeats Elks 2 0 As i
to _____ .' __ T rrOFm \ < \
.. Cheats Blind Man I'IY
r llenson Limits Opponents To I ..'\\\
d BUTTE Mont.-(AP). Frank I! f 5V'Iit",
"1 ;
Ericson! blind news vendor saY$ 1 '
Two Safe Blows Last -' '
L NightBOB'S has; sick of competing with a 70 GlNCitR: D'

3# si parking rmt.or. The meter is located -
TAKES NIGHTCAP BYP near Encsons newsstand ROCERS" J$

*1 TO 3 SCORE FOR TENTH and it has the advantage in thai B LOVED A/ TIsr 't ___,
Turner's has to leave the spot for
Sport it never rK THE r/LHS WJ.lO p _
STRAIGHT CLASS 'A' LOOP! : for a sandwich: or a snooze Eric HAS C/RAG Ol/l.'Y

i son says his ears have told huron j $PF-ARH&ADEO" ;' J
VICTORY I Shop To Play \, more than one (occasion tha HOLLYHOQD DRIVE

absent mindedly tool

to eVading defeat to Elks the Club rejuvenated goes own V. j I Here I Saturday Kr a someone into paper the, then meter dropped-instead the t>f nicktl int.1:, As AGAINST LA.1 POGUCARmPRIVATS QY'IE3CRtt C."lINSV- itp

X. Flyers by a 2 to 0 score It waft < t \ the collection box. ,1MfRKA is PROUD '\, I II :

p'tc.hffs') battle; throughout and Turner's Sport Shoo of Miami St I OFHISRocE:;.."

J6e Lewis 1 1d the Flyer to thre. will play a doubleheader of softball ,, I '

i infield: hit, 4>m in the Ian frame ,; here Saturday at the Bav -> The Weather I! / J..r. :.- .4u AN ,

lI..n5un held the Elks to two' : :t.1. t-! '
view Park and they are in secoitdplace .: ..
hits and both were single Uastir < 'I .>'; fJ; ;!.,
; in the Moore Park Leagueof '. .
( Two fait double playiheld FORECASTKey I J' ; I .: .:
Miami second' only to the Z-L.
the down. while th* v I' :. :
Flyers 11 J
d, West and Vicinity: Partly -<.. !. ,
Pan American nine.They
Elks only had two most reach -. : / t.r> . .. I ,t r ,. J.:9
first, both by sincjes. Criffen: inth 1 I will play the Bob's Sport .. ".w cloudy with not much change in' I .-.: ,..- ': EJolt furwaC.E. '1"t P. I .a. J"C :.:..
tonight and 4

a *wikl tecond pitch tingled put him to center on Mound and!. ,''in' Shop the in nightcap.the opener and( the V'FW ttA :: ...: '.. _ _'. .._ __ __ _ .-. . Thursday.variableinds.temperature Gentle today. mostly to, northerly moderate, t..:'r/)'.. :J' :;:e-ica ( 4\-> .'EOwf,!k ,

1 taP Wirephote-/ -
I ft.the M-venth. Anguiero hit a There two games promise to ; .. .A J., rllNE PCRFpe
Florida: Partly cloudy today ;; J w :r'<* l'Ot-u
tangle\ : to center and Mole second I, be the best of the year for all HERE THE START of the 500-mile Memorial Day automobile race at Indianapolis. Rex Mays tonight and Thursday with scattered i :
and died there At bat White I clubs are in flood shape and ready ), the other racers and heads into ( .
driving a Bowes Sealfast Special (right foreground gets jump on afternoon and evening I ,., lie;*&J 'T.) Jf&!
each An9. /
hurt, Cinnom and Grosberg' and thl"two I to perform the first turn. He held pole position. In the grandstand (left) and infield (right) are sections of thundershowers over south portion HE2 FAQUEST7tr ,JOOQPE'h< e : /..: Q C-l
hit fur winners will :30
start at
II single described First; game the crowd estimated at 150.000. Mauri Rote. of Scuth Bend Ind.. won the event for the second Little change in temoara I AlfTOIV WAS ""1iC1< "V ,,. '' *. / '
fur the Elks are p m. lure I BE A SCAtbL above In the field.1 Arlington straight time. ,' ;
East Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville TCACI'fER ,.VIZYO. 1i.\ ; .!
CuMons were lire ___ .. J. -- - \
Cifttehtrg and ... -- -- Through the Florida i NayAFULLY'fpINPPlO ...f':. (

bei, for Angun-ra the winners and and Rodriguez Solomon City Recreation i Al UIRI ROSE ROWS TO VICTORY VT IM1I VPOLIS Straits winds : over V:.xlerate north northeasterly and central! l I J /.q *FOUNtvnN I/OME. H Rs'ounvoou

win: the bo-t fir the I lairs.Slv.n .
R n. portions and gentle to moderatevariable i
-" winds mostly south to I __ .
Program -- - ---- -
VX I 000 000 2-2 4 0 southwest over extreme south i I
Elks 000 000 0-0 2 3 .
today. tonight and ',
portion CausesOf
Joe Iw Superstition Change
lrnn end Danums.; Thursdav Partly cloudy weather
L'<* Und lleniiquez.Sioliti SOIL scattered showersand 1
with widely
bases: Damani An- Bavview Park. Night , thunderstonns over south! 1i Ends Demolition Boy's Arrest

gutria IXHufce Suiton, ll.nson.acrifMY : THURSDAY portIOns. i;

:. Lit: n.mio: struck, Kin-t. Gan e-VX.1 vs. Naval .. Jacksonville to Apalachicola: PRAGUE.-(AP i. 311w..I':: !' INDIANAPOLISInd.Phili4!
nit: by llfn..'n C by Ix-wis G; HucpitalSecond No small craft or storm warn- .
3 duu f stands ;n the rrndlt: of a iazi- Huvt 13. dittos noise; when
1 WXTI on lull: off 1.iI..ii : Game Bob's Spoil ings have been issued.Report. :;

.hit* play S..l>niM>n to I InraliamAnxuMia Shoo Vii. SubRon I.F i area in Chomutov. "" mile,, west an 3-fisr-old pic!:puc'cH! lippc'l

/unaau de.lhti l : l un I lDAY- :I or Praguea. mon i,nena\ suI a $1 bn f:'on his pocket arvldipped 1

Lora Elks. 2 VX.I 7: time of First Game-Elk* ,'s" Kantor I II -' __ 'h, i V.tst. Ha. June 2. 1943 I| ptrstition The town cowici1 cut of a theater. eat nf'I5.:
Key :
gameI I 101..: umpiicN: : Vil rral I Mt n's Shop. j planned to demolish a group of t-i him.
Adams I : {Observation taken at City Office :' buildings, of them erected whn
and Tync Srrond Ganu:-VF\V vs. many IV" did notice i_ "however
Dairy I 8:30: A.M.. EST) I in the 16th and I7 h c-niunes. the boy returned with candy MM!

In the mghuau. the I"...'. Sport SATURDAYFirst Temperature 87 j, Most of the wukmen wore SJt. attempted io slip the change free:i

Stoop won their tenth straight Game- .b's Sport Shop Highest yesterday .' yaks and gypsies! boti faaoev the $1 Mil into ttta pocket
league game' bv an a to 3 v... Turn'rs' Miami SportSh.p. < Lowest last night 73 down with centt-ni-s of supeisu Ho\i called colic and the hey! and Ilolirit .. (' : '. . :Mean 82 f.' tion. When the c mto; UK.mysteriuus ., Mmit.J UKheft..
M'Ure'l {t -.4.i et'rixP : :c' '''' i. .. .
three cafrl)'. Caklio an
hit.wo eaih. For Adams. Shop .. .s.. Precipitation ;'the top and broke a workmen,, The female f Km. ( Nr Zc..
Miami Sport ..\ .;. ,. Hf' ::' \ >. { ..., i last 24 hours .00 ins. : a -
f. Total :
hit'thiee .
I and Ilicginbotham '
affly : v < leg. Another workman Unrton'r-1 i land bird) lars her eats: : IB a burrow -
hit .ne SOFTBALL i i' .._ "" : ; :. Total this month .00 nsDeficiency I ed a stone on which wc; carved: a-vl the male doe.. mast Hf
JUNIOR 1" ]I ,' "'< ;"x' this month .22 ins, '
In the fit-Id.. Walktr and Sands Park. Afternoonand I ". ., f.. wa, . . : : the relief; of a wum.n's fare ,\ the incubating
starred for the Eras and San- Bayview - > .-. .. ,, ,, . Total this year /i.1lJ/ ins.I i moment later mother stone wit:i
Morning i Ji -- ; .
.01 ins.
Arevedo and Villajfhl a .... Excess this year
Ulna Albury. 11. MIll J. '.' \IM a carving of a dog's head on u sinner: into walk and that the-
for the winners. Daily play. .. ---1.. : Relative Humidity was found. :
Score: n H E.n.a (.\P \Virp}ioi. at 8:30 AJ4. I mysterious carvings were jus'
I Then a rumor swep throughthe that. N<> one coi!Id produce the
,* 130 020 2 8 13 2 TENNIS 72'
MAURI ROSE of South Bend. Ine!. drives his blue Crown Special across the finish line to victoryin labor gang that a tube con nmoiJ I letter The town" councilloi -

Adanu 011 010 0-3 Tuimrii 4 3 Bayvtew Park. Afternoonand the SOO.mile Memorial Day automobile race on the Indianapolis speedway. At upper left the ( Level BarometerS ) 8t3n') AM. I, taming! jn .ancient letter had bci n .: here! ilil i 1 I looking for
'Koberts and Castro: Night :. .
bad VillarealI' official starter dips his flag to signal Rove that he is first to finish It is a repeat performancefor 2980 ins.-1011.2 mbs. I, found which recorded that <'n w arkIi: >I1"1 J. f'n.-n ih ,i, mol:
Daily play that spot a nun had been buried tiun
) Home Castro; two-base Mauri. He won the event last year Tomorrow's AlmanacSunrfc .
run: alive with her dog. An or-'
hit: VdUreal 2. Kuiirrts. Castro. sKATi'G : ___ _,___ ______ __ ______ _ ..u__ __ __ 5:38 ajn .I who dt 'urbrd pet the spot of th! ----
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i,i 7 12 --- .
AH>ury. stolon .ay..lew Park. Night 1 Sunset P.r.t..t grave would be pi'nisnetl:" btkalh \'
CAleru.I lligf*.nbotlmin. Vwldrzttouck : FRIDAY- I/ 'Senators Defeat Yanks TU\) IN IIiSTOUYI I Moonrise 2:43: a.m.I -!so the rumor ian and I
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nut: by Robins A: I bueson '7:00: to 9DO: P.MHASEBLL. ; I I ( America) Mo)n>et 3::T3 p.m. :I work was stopped Let Us Help You '

balls off UoUrts 3. off Tuin 1784 The American is In vilin fur 'nx n pomtid "ithul '
.r" 4 scorer. Aguilar I I TIDESTomorrow back thtI: 1 ; rediui-d to 80 men-since it ua, I I in ;
Red Sox Beat Athletics Plan Your Floors
."an.n -...-....,--...,- Municipal Stadium. Afternoon I ,, thought inconsistent with the (Naval Base) builders put the.ignatun
SUNDAYTo piiKiplt-s of the new detrocrnolu ,
Eastern; Standard Time) i Free E"i"'al Giren
What's Doing be announced I IArmy have a large standing army in
t I['IIII.IEI.I'III.SIIUUT..v.) i High Low Asphalt Tile .
Barracks. Afternoon I : peucct ine 6:39: a.m. 12:10 a.m. '
at the Rubber Tile .
I : 1851-The historic Maine Prohibition I BROADWAYCIGAR .
t SERVICES SUNDAY STUt \l\KKs I rlitST I Law enacted.1875Alexander 7:43 p.m. 1:20 p.m. Cork Tile
ARMED I 1:15 Atomic Bombers v ; How Stand
.. 1 They Graham Btll Plastic Floor Tile
Y.M.C.A. Ramblers. EHHUU I IN 12 (:ON:\. in his Boston ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA i STORE ePlastic Wall Tile
Whitehaadn4 3:30-Adams Dairy vs. Sub : experimenting
Jackson Square. : Reference Station: Key West e BroadfelisSCpello
Southard Streets Ron 4jmumniniuuunumnnuniiimimiiuiimuiiuiiiiih.. TESTS: shop, accidentally! strikes' on th' Time of'' Height of 610 Dtnal Street Wool Rugs
Florida International
of the telephone I "

ttt 1III.1III""iIUI'I1III'I'III"-"Ift."" : ' "" dr I I Ill> Tkr %..wlatrd Prr..l j I II Baseball League i l! principles 1912-Tbe U. S. House order: = Bahia StationTide Honda ;high water Acoustic_Hardwood: Ceilings Flooring ;t'

Wednesday NEW YORK, June 2Masteron [ Club W. L. Pct. i| heft Trust investigation. (bridge0h 10m 0.0. ft COMPLETEBASEBALL Formica for Sinks.

1;00 P. M.-Fishing Party Naval N.C.C.S. > of Washington Senators ,I Tampa 3519 ..643Havana ,,; I 1918--T\\o American; ships No Name Key Counters. Tables
of New;
sunk off the coast Jersey
Hospital Patients. Joint Pro- 1021 Duval Street i illoued the New York Yankeesonly (east end) ,__+2h 20m Floor Sanding and
3a 21 C2jSL : by submarines.
gram. YMCA NCCS. five hits last and Boca Chica Refinishings
DEFENSE FORCES night Petersburg 30 2? ..515i 1924 Indians given the right SCORESPOPULAR
8,30 P. M.-Ye Ole Country Par. --
Washington won 4 to 1. It was (Sandy Point)-(Oh) 40m
Miami 29 23 509 I vote. b\ Act of Congicss
ty, featuring Square Danc- PROGRAMVAAf008W0101nW8ig081110101111t8110111811118V i to
t he only night game played in !' Caldes Channel I Gates Floor CoveringsJ.
inc. Virginia Recta.1b,1SP.M.Weiner !Miami Beach 21 26509!! 1 29-Edison_ Ford and other
Wither league. Neaily all the : (north end) __42h 10m +1.4 ft''
: Roast on the I i Lakeland 23 31 .426 leaders recommend prohibition BRANDS
earns are traveling west to taken 000
,Patio Grille WEDNESDAY ,: Wevt Palm Beach 21 33 .38'J bt given fair trial.1938International. I L. CATES
> second invasion of that I NOTE:
Thursday 'I 1:00 P,M. 1 1;00 PJII.-BUhards, -<;action I Fort Lauderdale 19 36 343; Labor Conference (--Minus sign: Corrections;i i ii 'I Cigars and Cold Flotirins: Contractor

goo: P.M.-Dance. John Pritch- Ping Pong, Writing Room,' Eddie Joost committed his first opens in Geneva: ''Th'' to be subtracted I S2S WHITE STREET
ard and His Orchestra. Showers. world's outstanding problem L.pov i |I
E?rror in 42 game yesterday and i Baseball i (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to; Soft Drinks PHONE 1599
P.M. 5:00 P.M. Major Leagues , . .
Frioay 12;30 -Hospital t he Philadelphia Athletics fell : ert> be added |I ,,.,.,_ T'

8:30:. P.M.linage.. Pinochle and Patients' Fishing Party joint f'rom the American League leadis I AMERICANClub 1941-Lou Gthng, popular ,i (h)-Hour, .

t.l0ies. program NCCS. YMCA and Ii they bowed tt the Boston Red i W. L. Pet baseball placer dies "--- r :_ ": _-' _
1 (m-Minute) |I II . : iZ' :-Ito-.l. ,
Saturday Red Cross. )sox. 8-1. Th rfed Sox 1942-Japs press! new offensivein
victorybopped 20 14 .*Z8! (ft)-Feet.Subscrioe :
New York >
1:00 P. M Movies.1O I
7:00 P.M. 8:00: P.M.-Boxing | (; the Athletics nine >r-I Cmna '
:15 PM.--Juke B..x Dancing on Training, PAL Equipment. ''c,:entage points below the idle St. Louis 20 15 .571 I 19-13-The War Labor Board : to The Citizen. Overseas Transportation

the. patio 700: PM 8:30: M.-Sewing'I ,,(Devtland' Indians Pittsburgh 20 16 .556 j orders' miners back: to WOI k. I !

Sunday Class Navy Wivc. New York Giants and the Philadelphia 1919 oOO I 19H-The Pope pleads for tfk -1. . . . . M I '
':43 A. 1*.Java Club,. discus 7 JO H.M. 8:30 PM.-Spanish 'i JrooSvIvn Dodgers wound up in Boston 16 16 .oOO preservation of Rome from attack : STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE i Inc.Fast

aion Group. Class for Beginners; Miss, i in I 11-inning tit: -1-.11. The game Cincinnati 18 21 .462.Brookl I Company, .
11:00 A. . "Go to CHURCH .... : TRIUMPH I
Remond instructress. ,las called in order that bothlobs >n 16 201. 1945--Americans make new

Partie*." 8:30: P,M. 11:00: P.M-Dancing, ( might i'..Uh trams for therest. Chicago 14 22 .389 landings on Mindanao in tin ; COFFEE Dependable Freight and Express Service ]
M. Classical (Hour
SOQ; P. selections THURSDAY '\ i Phillippines. MILLat I between-

) announced. I J>:00 AM500: PM.-Sewing AMERICAN LEAGUE I NATIONALClub : -
-00 P. M-Fellowship Hour( on Machine, Typewriter WritIng : The Amellt'a.Nlag.1I'a Full KEY WESTAlso '
the Patio. Community Sing I I ( Night Game) : W. L. Pct. MIAMI and
Room. Showers. than tin Grocer
RilE arc ;font 10 fttt hlgl"l! i
23 11 67C
.. ing.Piano.. Beatrice Moreno at the: FRIDAY i ,\'..>hingt<'n 4 11 l' Cleveland CJn..dl.ln FJ N . _._ !II_ JII! I Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS j.
26 GG7
9.00 A.M. :a:00 r.M.-Sewing : ;; ?rt xv York 1 5 I' Philadelphia Between Miami and Key West ;
10_00 P. M.-Coffee Hour / New YOlk 21 16 068
Machine, Typewriter, Writing M and Early Rey-
&tenon ;
L O 'GirU Service
; S. meeting I IktrOit. 19 21.87
Room. Showers. !
Organization), every %nJan"4th SATUfiOAT ,t iolds Hitler and Bcrra. St. Louis 16 171&5 WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH . Express Schedules

Monday 1:00 P.M. 6.00 P.M. \Vasliington 18 21 4o2
: -Picnic. R H E (No Stops En Route)
Game Room: Chinese Check;*
l Fishing (sign un in advance). 1]I';Mon 8 12 0 Boston 13 23 .39;; LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
chest pool
card pong.
erg ping SUNDAY I]I>'iuLuklpI 171 : CllIC lgo. 9 202o7 SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
writing desks library current
magazines, various table games, 10:30 A.M. 11.:;to AM.-Com. Hindu and' Trbbclta: :\Ian.hil-I Tires at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid

munion Breakfast White i lI Ion Hams and Guerra.NATIONAL Softball Leagues night.

etc.bhoutrs.. tennis rackets golf I Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base I I LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

clubs fishing lines cameras: ((2nd Sunday). LEAGUE i I Class "A" SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid
checking service film service. ':00 PM 7:00 PM,-Fishing RilE.' Club- W. L. Pct. night and arrives: at Key West at

mailing and wrapping packages,I Trip (sign up in advance). ]1..evv York 471trookl !! Bob Sport Shop 10 0 1.000 CompleteHOTEL. 6:00 o'clock A.M.

receiving messages, phone booths Information cervices, housing. 1 I >n 4 :S: 1 Vets of Foreign Wars ;5 444 'Local Schedule:

stamps railway express service city maps. Koslo Pt jt. Jones and Wes- Adams Dairy 2 6 250
At All Intermediate Points)
available to SERVICE PERSONNEL Religious literature, library, t I turn Cuire\ and Hid eso I SubKon 27 .222 LEAVES Stops KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT .
telephones, stamp, wrapping and II -
I I Class BCluo SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clockA.
Ledeigh Davis-Director, mailing packages, railway express ', XV L. Pet
I \\o[ Years For I M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
Gerald Pinder-Program Director service, laundry pick-up..I () Elks Club 5" 2 ..711iI o'clock P. M.

Lillian. WravrrStrrctary.Doreen . and available their all defense forces'' Sticks) Of Gum 1 I Kantor Mvn'.\ Shop 51 625 Ed..c North SewS Section (.""Tropical Palo Svprfc; LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT ..:,
2 hospital I 3 -I129
MRS E. S COUGHLIN i Naval e Cocktail Losnic e Sol.num a Cibau SUNDAYS) at 9:00 clock A. M. andarrives
Crux InformationDesk \X-1 Fivers 2 6 250: at Key West at 5:00 clock L '
Aide. Executive Secretary, SALEM.Oie.-Walter Bioku,:: 1ft : P.M. 1
I'.las recently sentenced to twoeais I
Secretary.I ),' IInprbonull'nt for burglariin SELLS That Good
: four Grocer
Taxi As School Hus
;; a w..rt.hQuSl' His: loot-two THE OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST. FREE PICKUP and IhIJhKY: SERVICE

1 British Divorces :licks of chewing gum. STAR BRAND PULL CARGO; INSURANCE .

MARLOW. England. .IAP).-
AMERICAN EUGENE: E. DF/SMbOV): Manager MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton & Fraud Sta. -
Mallow's K-lHiul board has hired The Niagara Falls baehifttd I COFFEETry
I LOVDOAP), British i quarter of and CUBAN Former of the Casa Marina PHONES: 92 AND 93
a taxi at 1250 per day, to drive : i 1 heir position about a I Manager

duatlrd Alan %%'rWi. C. to and court* granted 54 7 t>8 divoice d -I ;;I i mile since white men first awhim. ., A Pound Today- ... < -_.- .,' :::-: -;" .- > "/
fiom schooL ;tans u> 11.11 peat task. 1 -

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CALIFORNIA scenery is set
ting a style in glass houses
that is spreading over the set
country This Plan G-4. designed rlt t '; r frir
by Richard J Neutra. ; ;: l c A .
2300 Silverlake Bird., Los Angeles ,
26 Calif, covers about 1.- .
eta square feet exclusive cf
two car garage. At the top is .
a front view of the house at
the end of a dead end street. <"
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corner .
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(Chile: Is Now I lousing l Really ?1lLJiqJW? : I I'i '

Taking I I Families i << I I "acts The Hinl"MFMPHIS ( By DILL l'ttcsor I

(Of)f ImmigrantsVIENNA ; [ I \ Tenn AP), r- i; This One Thing, for, CERTAIN:
Even though the Um\ersitv' of ,
I!I Ttnnesset new dental college ad
.-(AP).-Entue families -i i building still is under construc- .
of displaced+ jf'rson-from" i| tion. a family of six is living on : i
!luhies to grandparcnU being I I. the third floor penthouse'
resettled in Chile. Thus far' Workmen had just finished put- t \ 4t;
2.placc4jM-C5pnsiJiave' letmapproved I ting in oveihead water pi pc,; Rt !
for entitlement i in Alien a robin chose: one t.f the 1 1i
J Chile Of this number, only 707 pipeS as a likely spot for her' 'f i
/ six woilers the remaining 1700 !
."rrc ncst.While, ( I
pt'ndents. Family groupsof workmen swarmed over traLk
up to 11 person* have been ; the building the mama robin .
among those reletted via.mid her four blue eggs Shewouldn't \cnturc capital is i ') 1,
The scheme is popular among I 1 .! budge when its main pclcr ncnt>. It's ju-t a>,
; luse,
-,the displaced persons for Chile ]I with an electric drill began to created bjt are the still farms there and:" FLA.'S !
[ is one of the few countries which '
bore holes in the ceiling thre:; LOCAL NEWSII!
takes dependents along with : feet from the nest. Even a phot. .. :
workers II i I grapher and his exploding fh-h l !' r GET
bulb couldn make the robin ,
liter| her poISe. And papa:: robin
(Know America) paid nj: mind to all the foil: RELIEFFOr U UI
hal" he fed the
Bert Andrews of the N Y \\ oungsters a I -
Herald Tribunes shmgton 4.
Absolutely pure water does not
Bureau distinguished reporter .
Loin It-rent in Pulitzer Colorado Spi prize mgi.:wmni-Colo, cx 1St. t ] Inee alone to t those columns of t the;, paper which
.47 years ago ALBURY and SON i Neon i ,
Rex Dr E Graham Wilson of
New York noted Presbyterian: a V/e Specialize in.All *i'iivp. -' } [ weddings( ( and sports events. In L the :advertise
Kind of Neon Signs
church: official. born in Philadtlpliu. > GARDNER'S 1
64 years 1go.Rt."ar and Lighting Stripping O-HMl,.. ; :
\ I nmirrtionllh 1114 Division St.,
yfnt at '
Admiral C"eton II .........
hob \\ of butter. Iamb ) of
Weight deputy high commit c'hone 177 Free price .Of' c to
v|:I: I" a 4 %tti-: MlrIII.II'lilll'IIIIIIIIIl'llllllllIinilllllIII'll1illl\ : t
Sioner for the Trustee Territo.vof ._ *+** J -***A.
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the Pacific Islands. born in
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ago.New Hampton. Iowa. 56 years to the sho'pping() housewife. ,

liedda Hopper columnist" born
in\ Holida>',burg. Pa., 58 years tr r t
ago.Ned a
II Dearborn president of {
the National Safety CouncIl. Chi uis
Cdgo. bol n at Conneautvi'le PJ
55 years ago. ID Ia Ia ( ) .a and what to buy, a sale of men's S )Ol'i t '
ThurmanV, Arnold former
assistant: attorney, general, f01'me:
Federal Circuit Court judge born merchandise) and services available. .all this is
in Laramie W>'o". 57 years ago. [ I I [ [ : :
4 Benjamin( ) F. Giauei radianouncei I .
born in Nevi' Yoik 40 s

years ago.Bishop ]( \
James C BaKei f tl.<'
Methodist Church in I.os"JIg, sY ,
lee born at Sheldon, III. 69years : !li 1
agoGrover \ a iff Y r
A. Wha1<'n. noted New. .
York merchant and civic worku
born in New Y.01 ik. 62 years ago a
Duncan of American w. Fraser hoard Locomotive chairman I a B 4j ) your CITIZEN( today for news of Key{ West, :also

born in Nova Scotia. 73 years ago .

The How) of water over Niagara m m Ia I ( ( ( Read t them) (carefully: ( :and! t then!( buy 10(111)1.i ( ( .

FalL has nevi i ,stopped entirehso ;', Ir I
far ai:: is known
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Ii I II I 'l Za TWICE LAST EVENINGGrault million Sweet I : Thing Well they told!

i me that was the chance I had t

with you of getting a job.

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Colonrl. <;. l u. HalOM, In* Seek DivorcesPetitions ;
Rule Again*! Mulder<< /l// ///y To iJ'eAppficata'n (/ i .

Nauu' or CIA: (;iu-- seeking divorces ,
w T.
ItarLiJtr..a !iSVuSlrrcl
: for marriage littnscs -

.ml..i.r..1. . Indor-:: ... : were filed yesterday in the filed yesterday in the office of
Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer
ifiKxof County Judge Raymond i iR.

iiirnl Of) :S;| ;ililiiifrCfl w .. The City Planning I>">?rd composed roll by Davies G. Scacrist, i|I by Frank A.

:: ENK 30. U. S. Navy and Jewell R. J JHogw. against: Jeanne Ci/mnton Zimmerman -
.nH of the commission and
U. I) lUtficltl. pn! M- city
25. of Charleston W. Va.: : by Hoy Ernesto Fci.,,:

dent of the Civic Imlrovelllt'nta the city manager reversed 1Mb. by John W. Cla .tscn. 2:. of the against Julio Ferret, and tn I

SI"'Iat IUn. told commissioners decisions of its appointed planning U. S. Navy and Elizabeth Jenkins. Laura C. Lumokm
against/: W.ti'c.Lev .
last night that his url:aniialHln commission last ni ht. Bd. 22. of the Gibson Hotel: by I

wa a non-profit. non-fohtcal| & ... I decided to grant a 3-month permit Oliver Seli'ig.: 32, of the U. S. i Lumpkm
and to the' Nav\ and A. Gopoian. 2-". ---- - -
group pun-ceded give ) to K. S. Goine 936 United Sonya
commissioners a th'l-c-p<'JIIlt prograin i i of 31! William strert. and bv |
S Ii I street, last in order that he
i night;
E.AJt. 25. and DliHe
endorse! by the CIA. ) 1 Gary W. Rister.:

First request was for a codification /l i may operate a soft drink bottling A. Lewis 21. both of IOOU S uth-

of laws of the city of Key Bend down. cousin if you business at 1302 Crinncll ard street. 1 More

West. Secondly higher |pry for really want to squeeze into street.: Gomez agreed to remove - -

policemen; third, better law en bathing suit this $ the establishment to a business

forcement.Ilatfield. your Now is the time to roll year.stretch r i xSi location after the nine-month revocable This Summer. . I Brilliant!

J told the solons that and bend; to qive up desserts permit expiration date. Enjoy; a "Trip Abroad" toO'
the money to get the desired mvprovcmcnts and extra helpings of qravies. The other planning commi
could be obtained ion approved project was the
potatoes and other fattening
from the city' contingent funds. foods. allowing of thc.lfuliJc.r Chcvmlet LIZPAINT

lie also expreted the belief that facing
company to use properly
Besides trimming your body ,
would rc-
bc-ttt'r'law enforcement . .. EL. ..: New street as a parking: ai.i
down to sylph-like proportions i .-. ; L, e :4 i+i : WITH
bull in increased j revenue from \! The area is already zoned for, but I
skin and hair will shine Ii
lines and forfeitures. your ,.,"' Wn"ClVt", iness.

The CIA also advocated the when you curb your diet. THIS IS AN'A RIAL VIEW of rescue workers evacuating residents from the destroyed city 'pf Burt Garnett. an adjoining

raising oll license fees from $1,000to with You exercise can lose and weight easily diet. Vanport. Orel.-after: : flood water Uddcnly trapped [many of the 18.700 residents in their hometl: J property holder. spoke attaint!
t500 for those bar owners Eat all the a and yellow I Wrecked buildings.and other debris cover the landscape. On the highway in background' ii. I allowing the area to become aparking
after mid- green I
stay "Thi--
who care to open lot. Garnett said:
in fornt of buses waiting to carry Away survirorsSII1)D&'FLOOD" ,
Other conditions proposed vegetables put you. I will !
night. | xa junk lot. I oppoM- >i1
salads whole wheat .. .... . ,... ,
to raw "
would lie for the bar owners eggs --- - --- :" ' --- -- -- very much.

air-conditioned their establisrnxnU bread. Drink your quota of 1 ' The in
:; ; AT VANPOKT TIJAl'S KKSIDEISTSTHE property question i-
and Kt the majority per milk. i owned by X'rs. Newton anti '\ .."

mission of properly owners Most girls have hip trouble and .,' - ,;, : : ;: :<' '" 16 be purchased by Mr. AiUv,
: ? :: :
: : <: :
that should he the one thing on : ,
within 1.500 feet of their establishment ) Mulberg to be used as an ovc:
as to whether they wkjch! to concentrate. Here's that flow lot for the Mulbcrg: Chc\ : .. de #cua f9,1e
oLd old tried and true :tW In!:- let
could stay open after midnight. : company.
Thejast' act.of. the CIA was to the-hip exercise:! which managesto ; C. B. Harvey, chairman ttf l the ALUMINUMPAINTI
Ralph whittle down bumpy hips if it commi ion. .
endorse' City Manager planning > spokeIn
;H done with persistence: the busim-o-
Spalding wholeheartedly.Berlin behalf of allowing: !
Felton. owner of the A. Lie on your back legs straight/ property to be used( as' a pa. km::

and I n retail fish market also addressed heels together line with arms the outstretched shoulders area. u.. It end Snide
He on a The failed to ao
the Catherine. reminded rr measure pa-
the commission that they alxlomcn pulled in, spine flat when Commissioners Dion. lint Prefect Agoim Wets Ivtt.

the against the floor Kick right leg den and A. MaitlanoA'lsms I
bad promis-ed to improve Mayor ,
in Hold On C. c.**.* ""...
towards kneestraight
Simon tunitrect. air ceiling. voted in the neuativ
area at the foot of : and touch right foot to We..W., tricfc.c._.,Pl..*...
Kclton said this promisewas Commissioners Louis and John

: made over eleven months the floor on the left side and Carbonell voted for the measure OVERNIGHT SAILINGS far Radratart, Pipe. .. Tank. ,*.

ago, and no action had yet been stretch to reach the fmAcl tipS a..r., Equipment, 8o>_
of the kit hand. with the right Leave MIAMI 6 P. M.
taken lie blamed this excess Water I Witts Want
foot. Sting lei hck to PPIsi.C"I"S
of jour an
for the temporary closing: II
1 his 1 business.City II I ::1 I ; MONDAY, FRIDAY All PURf OSt-lCNClI U5TWC
ri o (t I.SItill
Manager Spalding assured ... / Leer: Hi J.J Tfcon. Sue r
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Kelton that equipment has I Fa .n ..u.on91" d.fferewt wn.'l
MOUNT DOHA. June :2 been ordered to do this job. hilt I F .0'0"0". ""10" the t-tOit ''''.'9''
t -Carol WOI.t. Mount Dora high
that delivery has not yet been atmosphere end cool, breveytMwte
School senior;; who graduates thi.-/
r made. i ., year has received top lionoi : in of fobwlnii HAVANA Cub So.. 55.75 ': \ S1.65
-- lro. l > ttl': te.-,'% ,
waver bf "'9
annual '
/JI1ISSI11\; v< ITS: PepM-Cola scholarship .. ; GAL \iillpka, ; QUART
(:< :: wards for the state of FIoi- "fcrod..Wo! ... fore nckdei; I YY.t"trPIERCE
!\ (Continued from .Pace One) .... . :
: 'T .., : eoth dned'on. t.o d.'c 01.. --.;:::
Lunch the lone dissenting! da.She
was f* '' 'C 11'.at 1 1i was one of the :zraduatmcniors ? bet.., dtwcng oH>., *nfrtam -
voter.Appioved. I r .- in the state to receive thc Round. 'up Fore $>fjt plus : RI OS.
the position of !Motorcycle *
+ ew award out of a competitive fieldof ONLY *V TaselA.tondho"ed
Sergeant at a yearly salary Ie t .
i 643 who took the '' ttote'oani Mwv.Ioble'
: of 2400. The position to I be rigid; examinations Cor. Fleming and Elizabeth Sts.
She receives a full fou: Small extra charfit.

filled immediately. The budget year scholarship which includesfree ...'rratrl tsar.. for Ite..r.eIi. PHONE: 271 '"'
amended to include this newl1isbul"Sl'ment. ,.U' hkepi.itof ..., ..
was tuition .r br .,u Itfll.I.. Missal.Nrnf.epai .
I and $:)
j'ei> nal al- ...
TRAGIC FLOOD at VanporL Ore- struck so suddenly that many residents were trapped In lowance and parial traveling" expenses :....,. P1. r lf/ep.--
ALso second and final -
I passed on the streets and in their- homes Here are some bing rescued from deep water. Around them are : to and from home. visa.
reading were the two blue i I .
automobiles hastily abandoned in the surging currents. Carol i is planning to attend -

I Jaw ordinances that have beenon upiight |Kisilion. Slowly; loner ._ ... .:... .. -, Whitman College in Walla \Valli, I
( the city's books for many \ ---- --- -- --- - -
I your leg! to the flooi up. over up I Washington, for her scholarship Itft'lIli1 ar' OccUtitil I ..
)'('81"5. These ordinances prohihit- down. IIKItES HHKAK IN- 'DiKli: 111 \1' C VUSKI IHSASTKK where she will
: Lon ..
i majoi In
t utlrl3. \
Jai the showing of motion pic- Whin you lust start this exercise .. : \t a..r. ',

!' ;lures on Sunday and the disallowance : it should be done about 10 F'< '';;'.,. ;- "';" .. ,f . ......... .
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of public entertainment ,
times to each idc.. Later you will ,
by clubs or societies alter work up to 25 and 50 times and : '''' -

midnight Saturday. | when you notice the improvement I ; i} w

'By 3.% vote the ordinance al- it will be THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI I \' I
m your hips a I : >, 1 I at POPULAR PRICES
lo'wing classification (R-1))
a new pleasure to strive for 75 arc .Ili'C'e SHADE!'

I to lie incorporated in the zoning swings. i .. ; ,;j Located in Commis-1 .
Ordinance was passed. I I I A good bumps and thumps exercise ,. ......, '.J Tin: MILT filet/\u4l1 M. RATES lOO\IC WRITE or WIRE
I sinner Fred J. Dion and Mayor A. which will not only reduce .. ""'-r--: : Lev .MTI'''r\( TOIIt REASONABLE I\\/\lill.l for RESERVATIONSwith

i Maitland Adams voted against! the hips but the thighs as- ; 1.. -77:. 1'tM/Ll\e. KM>\\ >,:
,i enactment.This well requires a little more patience v _. .,;.; -<'fl 1 "( '! .I|1".' ,, i, I I' I I.
new zoning would allowa and energy but it will pas; i\-T.s.-;' .- i 11!1.,. \'I'I\" . ,:
trailer camp to be ronstuetal \lo.vs, TII.'" i: \ i \ i Ford Pcrshingllolil \Iillrr
dividends to any kids amIJltlJu ;
lioulevaid- 't1 IH.: IT Iti'I: .\ ,-
near the enough to work at it. '. \\ \-n 1"I'| I..M.I: .M,
Commissioner Fred Dion: "Thisis Here's how you do it: .. 1i ,\: Tin .L! ,-MM i I li'.lrl, I I Intel,

not fair to the adjoining property Lie on your back with knee f- 60 N.E. 3rdSt. 226 N.E. 1st An. 229 NE. hat ATC.
owners to lower the standards C & WIIw ;-n K.-.n.s I 100 RwtnsElevator
In-nt. beet on the ann 4 ar
of the area. outstretched on a line with the 1, ,- \ '" ::: : 90 RI".ns

t Mayor A. MaitUind Adams: "I shoulders on the floor. Wiih 1 tee'In ."; JALOUSIES y.: .'L: ,: L ,'11 Ileatad Elevator
am opposed to spot zoning.; Spot 1k Ori.lmil. I'mtrmlr* .-.-..-1.OIT .
zoning now will spoil the city of ( the fUx>r. drop both knee- .. iF ., tdtu./able' 1'wtebiealiw. :j flU XKS; FROM UNION BUS STATION
held close together against; th "IIIK: XIMIIXIII.IMI \
I Key West in the future. This new .i
nor so that thighs slap II hn.skli -
classification is spot zoning under / i \XXMOIOIIM \,,.
This shuulc1 U- itpeaicu ,
with a thump.
"MITTIHfiioui.f.ii :
a different name. ,. .. . I.' tintmrrttm Sett
for aw (punts HKIriaht. ' .
Commissioner Hunter Harden: I ; ' \1\llu.iuos: ....
left working! up aiUv d : :; < ,, ...... .
look the p :. .T (0" I ltlfl.sLI
should at
"I believe we '" &
few days to 100 count- '. 4<, . .. . $
h .
k" : Str : : "I"
matter in a fair angle. Some Im- Good posture is o importantto '--- : ..1'b: '- ___v _.,_. _ ,--.J '.t"' li.' 'I ,.ii';,.", n1, $ea
provement is better than none at that it would be', i 1\ \I'"T I.Ii.II" t'I t, I
all teen-agers 1' C\" w 'h'PhOI' I ,.. ..., .,. ; IUII/: : : 'of\ '. ,REpMTHE
,make full inspectionof Arfli
wise to a ,,, Li.CIEA'Ry1EW ,
Commissioner: Fred then: "This yourself in a full length! mn 101 I THIS IS THE BREAK IN THE DIKE that caused the flood disaster at Van port. Ore. Water rushes ', Ii''0 ". I I\\\I' ,1'1.1. E .

will discourage much higher de- to decide what the pitch is tn iespect I through the broken gap in a railroad embankment. A few minutes after the break. the entire

I ) velopment. I can't go along with to your figure. Make sun city was destroyed and 18.700 residents were left homeless. It was feared that many perished E. -I II wv'

that kind of thinking.} the den ere is tlat. chest is held l under tangled masses of debris. I
I Commissioner Louis Cal tx>n- i !
high and stomach is pulled in T'. -
J nell: "The planning commission test your posture stand againsta t' ,
recommended this in and L. II. Davis 1
change : Y.M.C.dllCT
LucII Cite
wall and strive to get you jtier
classification. I'll have to along CHANGE
go \vai-.tline hack and in tu theal II tor.i '

with Commisioners them." John Cal boncll as much as .possible.The Of RnlCros: I i ;Mciubers of the boaivl pie.-t-nt

new bathing suits sic really I' ('n'II..n Hampton. J<,.- Pmdel'
Carboncll. and Hunter
super dieamy. Strapless one i Holds Lee LIFE ILClYStfish
Harden approved the change in demand that every girl have a; i Meeting ton. Albert of J' talEUOdtourers

classification.At\ lovely pair of smooth shoulders'. | ,,,. '.. goon iirunxri UK, functionalpc
the close of last mht'sscs.iun. Twenty-five men lx':sand Mrs. Paul Sher. Mis Wil-] _
:; d: iliar
o goats
oilin t2 I pc pet
them shape by
Keep in ; '
helmina Harvc '. \\ Curry H.L I "- .R ..reDo '
Commissioners Louis ( guests met at the Y.M.C.A. patio : < < 11a: mate; you
oils and lo .
them with vegetable Paul -i.-- at '>>' na.'i f-ti l so *crr>
Curr\ M
Carbonell and Hunter Harden explained lions made for a winter skin thais .t.ycsteiddy for the luncheon and Sawyer.'Ilham : fU- ,.-(.ii.u.. "rrd Thf 'o tryI :
to the gathering that the N. II. Pepper Haiald Laubs\'II\! '.du, E PlaKhftm Vegetable Com-
begging to be beautiJied.UV4XTV. meeting of the board of directorsof : and Miss Lettv. Gieen. l'" all' reliciucb ... mptoma.e.nk' .
controversial $1.000 fee for bar
'lam romlc uo1 ale baa wbatDoctoix
to remain alter the Key West Chapter of the call a Uomachii WAle !fleet'. t.Jt'ani.hanla: _.'.
owners open
\5 American Red Cross. Chairman Subscribe to The Citizen coreoh a .. ....... r..l pi-.l. ..t......
midnight was being postponed to 'LYDIA L PiNKHAM'SElectrical
; p,,_f slew...... ....'.11....
allow the commission further Char lea Taylor presided.n -- --- -- -- -- - -- .....1.... .. _"'"'. bawl . ;
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time to study the measure.: The (You may write Vivian Brow Repoits were made by Joe I'm- wp.e fr.w.r ,

ordinance has already passed in care of this paper about new s der. chapter tieasurer and by AppliancesNesco .......... H..p. ..r....."
first reading it will l be voted on of own ) -BICYCLES- i.ierl.ekl.. 1-........ .. ....
your gang. Helen McNeil executive scere- where _......... t..t_....
second; and final reading at nextTuesday's -- j tar'. Miss Layette Webb. Red ElectricKilASTKll (... wl.d.. .... p.......... ...1
recessed session 1 Repaired and RentedAlso 13.95 d..r..
Cal Mourns() Dog) representsLive -
i, .
I in Stock-NEW Aiiloinalif Tu8IH.95 .lt.'r,t
If ILL YOU 5.1111.EYMissing i She spoke of the nutrition p ro- J anil 822.00 I Desired THE BULK PINT PACKAGE
CHICAGO Sniffx. or. temal!It, : gram sponsored by the! Red Cross". BICYCLES: \ T R1C1: "CLEs:! -KEY WEST1IILID- C" -' C'OJ ) .
catS grieved ovei the death ot he r i Other guests were:: Eugene An-- Motorola Home and Car \ 'v never tastcti an\tb>D>; more cooling CJCul/fL.ZIf-.LJt2i'ltr1.
friend. Chip. a dog. who xva>.;s j heir of the Veterans Admmistra-, ;, WAGONS SCOOTERS: RADIOSTROPICAL and refreshing: than; this ice cream fissuredwith
and SKATES.. COMPANY: mrs thip.uf real I old-fa.hjoexd lemo AND JH&iT
killed by an automobile. sits be.'- tion: Miss Marianna XichoUon '
"I couldn't find this Rolf course' side the dog's grave in the backyard ;:- 'I Red Cross field director: Mrsr. TRADER 123 DUVAL STREET Mick agunandag.a-nthebuauai.a/Idathome.iand> !li'safi.lsorou'UwaattottajuT" .

..$terdil}'." of the home of her owns Capitols Schmu r. Red Cross I; ., Overseas Cycle Store 718 Dirral St. Phone 1000 Call 1042 for Estimate ; ,

"I've always heard of the missIng ; Max Eichner and refuses 1 Tf'tTeatit.norker Mack, '1'1.. _..It. .. \ ", .a ,....
:: : Lloyd : .
:0'J ; 920 Division SL Phone 1380 1 \. ... .' tt....,'" .. .1... : JI
links"R leave. ,. assistant Red Crest field c director: t.I * *..e. .".t. "'I-_ __ ... '


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