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 3, 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
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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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WASHINGTON June 2 President
of the address to ue delivored | manager; of the Morrison Hotel in WASHINGTON June 2-The! '- HERE
Truman before he startedhi
) tomorrow by County Judge Chicago one of .the largest in the bill, apropiialing 1.% billion for :j
: xvrs. > cross-country trip that will A Circuit Court gland jui\
Raymond It. Lord to the grad.uat- > world has purchasM! La Casa the Navy a; iU pall of the %IO .r take him to 12: states said Itas 1 selected today by Judge: A IUII.r. .

In:: class of West schoolat ; Marina. acording; .to information billion defense measure, was wellon not his ,
Key High: practice to "run away Lopez. Jr.. and iimnediatflv. < ',1
given The Ciliren i ! today by one it.* way to passage; in the senate from :
the commencement exercises a fight", in commenting ona into private sessions to cun
of Mr. Morrison's mends.Shortly .
<< today. ,,
' suggestion:: from a MIN>QundrugI1 indictments against! two i.
U-Cinning: at 6 p. m. at BayvicwPark. I after 'the close of the It is cxpoctttl that the Navy .
that Truman withdraw and to take up the qucsuon )
season it reported that the will in the .
I Las measure come up from the .
, content tor the Democratic election frauds if any.
In the academic Atlas Investment Coeporalion.which house for debate tom'iiro'.v.
procession pre *
presidential nomination.The W. Curry Harris. assi.tamt tB''
owned La Casa Marina, The 6 1 2:! billion for the Army
tiding: the principal address by druggist;; had' explainedthat attorney handled the s\vcauj./ "
.11. had decided to sell the hgtel. and- Airforrc appropriated
Judge Lord and the conferring of was so mum dissension had been 1 % er of the jury and declared that na
The informant stated that Mr. yesterday.
diplomas will lie Willard M. Al created in the Democratic party. jurors were qualified to .set. '. <
Hicks who had to
come Key Adoption of the defense l bill
particularly in the South over ,, % Also present wa Glenn C Mi. .
bury, superintendent of public instruction. West to look over the properly will be an effective demonstrationto the President's : .
rights program cer. Miami. state atturncy."I"'' '
who will award the dipl'Nnaa will return later in the surrfmerto fliKsia despite her clamoringfor he it would be .
thought was on hand in an advtsoi > < .in:
hot"el"rfr +
. I prepare the opening peace in trying: to promoteher well, in the interests of .solidarity r
patty city but took no part in tin a t tI I.<
Dr. F. S. Caibonell Carlyle next fall. propaganda a;<>in.t the United for Mr. Truman to state ,< 1 I tion of the grand jury.It .

Rr'he/1s.| Mrs. Jennie Pierce.<< Mrs. The purchase price' was not di- States that thi.; country he wns not an a.-pirant for the 1a> was found) that" 39 tinponded -:? <
vulged. means business:\. (
Rose Miller and Mrs. Lillian Tin;- i nomination. The Migsestion was ';' for the jury call J'm' : '
i It leader in 1I
was announced by out of step with the President's'' 1'Lopcr acci-ptcd several "' .>
ler. members of the school board
the. Ilev. Albert D. O'Briant. who Ladd Hurt i ByShotgun j; Hie the. senate Selective and service house today bill is that a announced purpose, five weeksago : 1I I 'Icavms12; men from whi -n I ,
be candidate the
will deliver the invocation: before ; to a for I name of the IS were drawn
J "must"or passage; congress : -
J nomination despite the size or the l Here ithe list of the ti and
,Principal Horace O'Bryant of the [
June 19. ,
Hiiih School I Blast ;: ; adjourns on ''I il n pM r nature of the opposition to him i I juror.s.:
and Lord.
The will Judge with j j The draft measure, which will RENE BORGIA. former scriptwriter in the South or elsewhere. i \.\t. I'h...,., I IDR. E. V. Kinsman. S.imurl ;,t tPinner.
program open a/ i is
i i I remain in effect for five years. '
selection "Babes in Toyland" by Horace A. Ladd. 25. son of M--. rough sledding for the Slate Depart :Mr. Truman i is scheduled) llerbeit Pinder. Ch;., u -
likely to meet his first speech" of the tour M. R. PLAXCO (above) cf I E. Roberts George C. Cn..
the hit school<< hand: then will and Mrs. Paul O. Ladd. who live \
before its passage a* several m nt'sYoice of America" : tomorrow night; in Chicago. It Louisville. G .. elected J. Baker, Andrew A Venchia.
come academic procession: th? invocation at the corner flr Avenue E and senators and representatives was i Philip /

: "Recessional"; bthe 17th street accidentally shot himself have stated that they intend to broadcasts tells senators in was said at the White House that moderator of the Associated Charles M. Reno Aifn-'i:,

High School Band and a chorus; while hunting coon on Cud- offer a series of amendments. > Washington that at least half a his trip vas not political but Reformed Presbyterian Church I Barroso Arthur J. Curry. p a'"i.

Judge Il>m'" address: the ban 1 ; joe Key this morning. :|!; One senator said hiwill propose dcxen National rather to learn the sentiment of I iat Pueblo. Joseph Castillo. C. F:
will play "After Sunset". then Al- Ladd screamed for help and his ,,, that will the people in the states ho would the general synod meeting Smith. Jr. Edward IL Cru/: I."M.ICanccLs :
amendments segrc-:
Company officials thoroughly -
wife and Ken- were visit about the Marshall Plan forthe : He will I John T. Hamilton. lUiu."
bury will confer the diplomas: a nephew white and colored draftees in Monticello. Ark.
The list of graduates follnw'I neth L. Rivcira, heard the gate and 'another senator asserted h" familiar with the radio upbuilding of Europe. It was i{I preside at the 1943 synod. meeting I ilton W. Pindcr. Eugene S..ii
which aroused a out that none of the Dcmicratic -
programs pointed chcz.
hU assistance.The .
Elaine Louise Alhurv. Muriel tL. screams and ran to will offer seven amendments thai I which will be held near
Albory. Marilyn Elaine BonnHt. left hand was badly injured j'! ..-il1 includ all the provision f.f storm in congress. He is testifying leaders are accompanying: :. Henderson. N. C. I Smith was selected as f..,"-lao' <

Pave Elizabeth Rcrvaldi.Cii and he was hurried to Naval Hos President Truman civil rights: before a joint senate investigating him on his tour. i of the jury.

: .-;elda Callcj: Mini Il,J"f'' Carhunl.'ll. pital. I I committee. -- ;I The grand jury will f." ml" tin

Rctty Jean CruickshankEsther (. .npbutu: ) Ladd had been using; a shotgun !I i program.____ __ -- -. -_.- - cases of Gordon Corbctt. ; :.
Margaret Currv. Let haIonise and I the charge lore: his hand. School Graduates charged with assaulting a mat i I.'I
Do<'i'.'. Pa'ridnne f> iI woman on Stock Island the m.:M,I

l>Mightry. Vivian Garcia flora j POWER believes the com DivorceA I Special Election Tomorrow I of April 23rd and the case.; V I

C. Granda. Mrili Av Hilton. mencement address at the 'University Club fred Robinson %-1. a negro hell!

Geraldine J. Jaycocks, Rose Mary of Tampa in Tampa petition; seeking a divorce Guests Of Rotary on first degree; murder eha* u< f
in the office : in the death of Henry Hamilton.
Kerr. was filed yesterday
j Court Justice
Mjrion Mayfield Knowles. Rose I Fla Just before he spoke he of Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. | F Supreme 1' 23. ncero. who died of Head mi .

VV fni/jibelh: Kno'vfps. Nwwv Louise I II' j war.wardedhe_ honorary des !-Sawyer by Arlan'i Knowlcs j l -, 5V_..... "r IISS'E, FiKKVALDIjAWARIIKI : J i(I juries suffered. in a fight wit,I i iHtobhwuitri

'; Lane. Dolores Ann Lewis. Betty : gree. Doctor. of .Humanities.i against: Henry B. Knowlcs. 1 11
; I II S 131E: POLLING PLACES II : ,* / : ) VAI5RI5N: ; 1
IxniiiV i tord. Sarah .Bert a Lowe j: _____ _, _'._ _____ 1 I 'I Issue Fishing ? --
I' Mary Frances Lumlcv. Celina,] -- --- --- ----- ''I (<<:I.JltKS1): : F 1%1'E1 (:- res',.lI"I o'11. CSIII'IUZIFun FRO-J:f j Russia Returns

Amp ora Machin. Mildrhd Chloe i
West i 1 Licenses Monday
Article About
Nancy Martin Newton Janet Lorraine Norman.Morrison Lorraine Key | Tons TO UK O> II \M3i AlhiirySfivwMan f CRESS L> MUSIC !I German Prisoners ,

I Naomi Nottage. Beverly Janet"! i i TOMORROW By :1pp1'iigRestorative 'r County Judge Raymond R. Eighty-three: members of the ;

Parker. Clcora Fay Robert Ca-1 Pictures start fresh KUTNO. Poland_ With} Thirteen Lord'Vr-HI issuing; wa- graduating, class of 1945 of Key ; > -

I mills Christina!" Rodrl'uei.; Florins 1iV I:II } ;!; The :;san polling places; any l Steps ter fishing licenses in Monroe West high;: school were guests of |i viet Russia is sending -

': Patricia Russell Audrey Louise the clerk' and in- ; prisoners of war back to C
virtually same : "r-
county: courthouse on Monday, he the Rotary Club this noon in StPaul's ;
, R" >crs<>n. I I IEvelyn (EDITOR'S NOTE: Tb. following is aD article about I j!i spcctors will he utilized' in tomorrow's City Fireman C: oroe AI- i many. Railway: freight r.u -.
I He warned the
; Marie Sk tto\. Ruth ;J Key West- running three pages with 13 illustrations that j burY cf No. 1 Fire Stationwas announced today. Church Parish hall ![ loaded with German soldi. i.- in
Antonica Smith. Mary Louise j! election: to name R candidate new licenses would not be valid Jr.. i i .
III" ) was published recently in The Newark News.} i fishing out along Roosevelt Judge Aquilino Lopez. pre- i dirty tattered green uniform. ,
"II"'''I I Spencer. Betty Jo Taylor. Gladys j ;, for Justice of the Supreme Boulevard near Bertha until July 1.Residents. sidcnt-clect of the Rotary club are almost daily being tran pull; I

_ I T. Trudeau. Concepcion Rose Va- ; Lush. lackadaisical Key West southernmost city In theI Court.Th street at 8:30 last night and may get licenses for delivered the principal address in ., ed through this railroad crntiI I
Watkins.. Barbara halfway between Warsaw nd
I rcla. Martha Curry -
Lois Winklcr. J I I I United States is headed for opulence once again because a ,I # men running in thr special noticed a man seated on a $2: non-residents, $7.50. However which he outlined the traits that !I Poznan. '

William Victor Albury. Jr.. )j I hurricane blew most of its only railway into the Gulf of f M xico. election are J. Tom Watson: nearby slab Alburv of concrete. the a(fishing non-rreidcnt license for may$2.2.3.get a 10-day would inevitably lead to the sue- |I Railway <<"mploY'e'lm..1'; -.i *-

I Louis Angueria. Dan Era-!* Ben- : aft i and T. Frank Jlob! Overseas Highway -
threads into Lord also reminded
j Iln iU place now picturesque man topple head foremost Judge j
Ben- 1 | than, 120"i the each transport. The Gcrnun--
nolt. Thomas Villanisancs expected that more<< fresh water that all which he said most important
i Adolfo Bora. Keith t!|I fording tourists easy access to the keys. the ocean. Alburv ran as anglers persons I being taken to the Soviet tune
nott. Daniel ; will the of the is
voters go to poll 'nmorro. between lS and 65 who fish >o politeness.
had the "riches to to riches" !i quickly as he could to the :: Germany.ArlVy
Robert Lee I Few communities rags an ;
, Livingston Brown I of Key West. Around 1834 it was considered the :; ..". for there i is! not a great spot and drgaed the man to with rod-and-recl or fl>h outside Wc must work live and play. . I
Itruwn. Frederick Francis Bryant :experience
I. of interest in the selection shore. Then he started giving their home counties are required with people. said Judge Lopez. !
later deal
Jr_ richest capita in the country. A hundred years : '
l Horacio H. Castillo. Mryt- city per
artificial respira to have a license. 'Wives (:Unit j
the "How with is1
man to get along;: people
had fantastic series of : of the candidate for JiMics of
land l Cate. Jr.. Brooks Herrick it was bankrupt In between it a ups I :
I the fundamental thing that all of
Cathey. Billy D. Clifton Joseph and downs. # the Supreme Court. tion.After j I
I Alburv had been Holds
Two you ma.o.k: out for yourselv- ] 1 Meetingi
Edward: Cnisoc.Ramon I! Tropical in its climate and in I an accelerated year-round tourist i Edward Gardner and Samuel R. working 15 minutes the men !flit By cs.- ;

Dt-lcadu Arthur C. j I the attitude of its natives. Key Pindcr have been named to fill finally revived. He identified lie said the United States Steel i iCorporation i The Navy Wives Club he''l-i; it.'

Evans Berlin Everelte Felton. Jr.. West at various times hiJo been trade. the two vacancies inthe third himself as Joseph Pere j Cars lie Dies and the American j I weekly meeting yesterday ..t <'H'I)
Joseph Francis Fleite Carl' j I' -i Sports. Climate Lure Visitors ; precinct. There will be one leas -
haven for flourishing pirate Johnson
the a ; : and said he lived at 830 Telephone and Telegraph Com- I| p. m. in the N. C. C. S. Hall

F.iiM-rson Ford. Jr_ Jcrrv WilliamMarlin lfenriquez I|I trade favorite rendezvousfor Compactly squatting on a two- among<; the clciks in the second lane. Then the man BALTIMORE. Md. John L. tinny would not have anylwxly Those attending v.(-10' :M(l' I
N. Io Hicks. Jr,
rumrunners andscene precinct. toward his working for them who not!
prohibition was
started walking Kathleen
by-four-mile coral island. Key ThompM 73. injured I I dames Aben"nt. J..n-
Holmbcrg. Jr. I J of profitable activity by adventurous I Here are the seven county precincts home. polite. I JAikon, Dorothy Bickel. IhlnChcriva.
I larry Johnson Louis M. Ixjwe.Jamc salvagers rummaging 1 West actually' is plover' to Cuba and the clerks and in.-p'v- 1 i' when hit by two cars while he .Politeness is the' greatest Edith Clard. Olixc'".1, j

-; Canfit-ld !Moss. i j through the hulks of ships sm "=hcd I (90 miles) than it is to the Florida tors on duty tomorrow: i 1'.1. was walking He on the truck shoulder the of trait that any of you may show", "tis. Jeanne Reynolds, Jurw' Ti .1 v '< '
Met'ulltHigh ,,. a highway. was by
Jack McCoy.: Joseph Earl Miller.- on the treacherous: coral reefs.i mainland MI miles Wa-3h"d l by I t I .f...Pitta... ;I .IM'T...._ "5'.r. l II ....lI fill car, which failed to st"p. said I Judge Lopez. Helen Vocgthin. Jane""l',

Robert Allen. Overseas Highway-affording: a i the rolling Atlantic on the cast ... "/...'.1. .1.. and his holy was thrown into During the course of the lunch-i j Vc.raVl '", Shinto' II.-n'i/ l. V -.i.
.'nth.nuhrrt Mumfi rd. Louis ('Irl.I"'r..b: Pi.r.- 2 Brush Fires Allen Warren I ,
drive Inn George son and Genevieve Ewing. TinI I I. i
three-and-a-half .
,. . the .
Hamilton Rol scenic j and the billowing Gulf on the In' f''I..r+:- : .11..hl. '- Fe.rt.: path of the other machine. I
Pineda. Hilburn I Miami 33 bridges connoting IS.r..1. Jaan ira': "r.. \\'ill; of the late Dr. William R. War- | from over j ; Police said the
Jr.. Charles Albert Rodriguez. i west the i island has: a foreign atm .... ,. body apparently(
rrts. Florida Kctn ; 1 "rry 1 : Ir. 1 ri'th.rdt. nn ,1 ren. awarded the Warren prize of I IS50 .
the green (Ca I II! Firemen lodged in the undr.'Orria of I
RIlnlehlno.n. J--P. t. 'rn.'"
Daniel Enrique Salgado. | (>sphcrc, enhanced by thousandsi : to Miss Faye Bcrvaldi for! .
the mainland traverses the doe .\D.....' 5re nibtaPala 'the second car and wag draggeda Decoration for the tiixi l.m-"- <
Benjamin G. Saunders, Jr_ A. risht-of-way of the old ovci 'eas of natives: of Wes: Indian descent, : 1I'To.. :SM..rM considerable distance. making the greatest progress in!I' which will be held tom Iii II.Srribncr. ... ... firvmfn wcivtl Calls' If't'.co : I I
Benjamin 1' t. I.e./ 11. City an>
Ernost Sawyer. music.
: extension of the KTonda: .gist I Almost everywhere Spanish is'spukcnsrefuurlh "........ ....... theiirne I N. C. C. S. hall were ma'i'
St..w1Irt. brush fii-cj. last night at
William Edward I : I George Allen Warren explained j
'l-rU. "'arrlK.: IIMrfckIn
Coast Railway built in 1912. of the 19,000 I ...... of and South Wa rd Pa lien
Tl 1011\3:01 Galcy Sweeting.Richard I V TIT :V lash: Shan 1'ar Simonton Isi that the award did not go tvi I
A. Wade. Charles Stc- Dwindling: rtix-ipt and the 1 year-round population is Cuban I fttrd. L<>'>l.-.- Thoiiin.. un. JtnniGssun. streets! adjoining the old streetcar I the' best musician or the best vocalfeL VI' W Posl. ,ltl("(.1."
Bract !! devastating hurricane' of I.ab..ri --along with English: ; and a di5tiro'tive ; M\ rl> l"a -. ..fI barn:. Thr fast. tall came at Entertained .
Braxton i
IK"n.n j PIila'I\T: \o. aI lly but to the one who put in t
which wiped out tO Negro dialect.In I I .._ ..... i Al at 8:00( 7'oii /if
Warren. It, and Hamilton\ N. i Day. 1935. I 1..I'\ .+m 5 p. m and ln irM-n --t.ived on the most diligent and intelligent: ; !!
I miles of track put the r<*.d in the main a winter resort S".au. /. thiftn<' foi, ,m hou- Alain :at Women |
V.'illianss.1prhiiits effort toward herself.
: <: j bettering
'I"i. rL Kd- era I.I-M: r Legion
-- I I' lijinkruptcy. In 1937 th-: tihtt.fW ;:: the |pleasant l climate-a mean 1 In I." 1.1' '-Alan, \l it." y_ :K:V 30( |p m thc ....'I". .ill<-r| I bark. Sam Tinder read the names of ;I Regular mcctme f.f Vd"-,.-11 ."

lY was taken over by. the M-.n- seasonal 70.7-dcgrce temperature (Continued_ .. On Page, Su) to, the sanu >not tn ,mothtoe.. j) Mcmlier.- Amucan Lc-I the 63: graduates:; present and each (|| Foreign Wars Post :3911 I ". !II l lj ','
: Bridi. Cnmmisslon -is theisland's i tourist - --- -- -- --- -- .
roc County Toll greatest; j'Inn took a Ii'rv.Miss ,j j held tonight at t:39 o'cloi k i
visitors arcn'1, Auxilliary I'nt..ta'nt.dl1l: |I !
lure. Certainly .
Utilizing the budges; overt byi .
Bcrvaldiaccompanied Monroe veteran.-
S"l/I'-'or $2tJJJJ( ( ( i which the trams had run. th-.- drawn by a rip-roaring welcome: patients al the !Naval; Hospital jvith j I County .
t Mi> Marjorie Coburn. musical'i office at the county court I hAH --'
highway was:. opened"a year: la- fur the average year-round Key RETURN Justice T. Frank HOBSONTo a bingo party Tue.-.d.of ) (\"en-I j i teacher at the Inch school I sang: visiting comrades art i--.n." ..
inKRefreshments punch J
Maya and Mrs. Lavrrcncr O. ter. Now. it affords Key Weal We,ter strangely doesn't seem to, homcmarlc: cookies were served.i i j I t'vo numbcis. ending; with I 1 ly invited to attend.

ller lund of BarkKlale Field. the most likely means to recover care whether the tourists come "Sweetheart"whkh: was .'idelvapplaudf"d
UiuiMana. rccctUly purchasedtwo its once proud position through! or not. The Member.present were: Mrs. j! : ron SL1U"UErk
T'SJ.MWmncnauer. president: | IHHIE
apartments -
four-unit throe-room! I has standard
The island most
,far Adam presided at the'
at 709 Emma street and at ,I warm-weather outdoor sport*-- Mrs. Dorothy DanicLs. MISS Grctna I luncheon and 'Aelcomcd the grad- G. Currv. Jr_ son -.1 .1

CI3 Baptist lane. The consideration I tennis !golf, swimming, boating Q'SUPREME McClain. Mrs. Violet Mrs.Mvers.1: !I j uatcs. He wished them all thebest and Mr. Eric G. Curry. R<'Kt i.;< '. .

was $20,000. FRIED and fiihing. Swimming is especially Mrs.: Asna\ Shanahon. ; > of luck in their lives I cia street has rctwrncn t., K-:

These properties were purchased attractive from smooth anna Sands and Mrs. Hester j" Ii i r West from Lexington Va.. *j.-
Fred Dion realtor i CHICKEN? COURT Richardson.
through coral-dredged beaches. On a he was a flr*t--e..r stu'in.t
Walter Becbe. associate Guests were: Mrs. Helen Mc Navy Recruiter -
and beach. bath- rtNa"r1.w..1
well-kept municipal | I Washington: & Lee unn I I -
the apartments.PLASTER CERTAINLY : "Neil and Miss: Layette Webb of [
who will manage: WHY (Continusa On Page Six) .
the American Red Cros.P1I051 .
And from Contented Veto For This ; Here Tomorrow() ; ,....."'.. I.. '

i Pullets onlyll Palace] Theater ABLE JURIST ', : 131 i I i I TWINS GARAGEj
: TICKET OFFICE i A .Navy iv..utter;' will bt hen-:

WEAVER'SContented tomorrow for the purpose of tak- -,.., I'rIv.d/. ,...""..r ......In.
Jimmy Wakely in .. .._ .
-at- ALL AIRLINES //11..1: irrrr P. I .a.luto
'! June 4th ing applications for enlistments
STIWNK LUMBER YARD Partners of the; Sun-el' and recnlistmcnts in tht.t:. S.j i j .. ReiHtiri.; I'ainlinp.
) Steak Too: i iul
TELEPHONE SU SHORTS and NEWS PRICE TOURS \ Navy. He will U- located inf j I Boy and Frnder II 'or AIr

wadrou lIt Ache"'J V- VV t'I._ia. St. ___ r.212.. Post. OKicc building.


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# ELECTION TOMORROW ........................ tJBH BmBlilWl"l-TM'B"rc| iliiHITIIII IHIILHrB>i' day of an_ Associated Press dispatch .

11e 1\ry mest Citi!: % lt Radio Programs H NGiMG CAUSES OF US, DEATHS West In lug before frdm'Washifigttn the Mantnne of Cormnij.a hear.

...n...* Daily Ezc.Vt 0'a 4ay. bTL. I Key application: of
.. P. ARTMA. Owner *.4 PmMtekcr How many voters will go to the polls bEAho R 100.000 POD sion on an the
t *.K.t.. D..%.RTJI... .*>- ........ West Indies Company tar a construction : .
election tomorrowto ........................ t6UR S
Frmn TN Cltiae BalMinr for the special.primary I4oa LATEST ; Days Gone By loan and subsidy toe a

Carver Cr_.. and Ann Strata nominate justice for the state I _III N Ag T .steamship to run between Key
: Only fail N........r la Key West and a 1
a M...,... Ooanty I IHere' i I Daytime Summary, I e. a DISa SESM AS TAKEW'FHOM FILES OfTHE 1> West and Ha\ana
court I selected pr.lrams as fisted ..... I P I
x .: .....r4 at K.y Weat. Florida, aa aeeond elaaa matterN.NaER : match that not I arc Broadcast*t tea axoa,,_ M... CITIZEN OF
a guessing can day tar.aan Friday. Eastern: tacal JUNE 3. 1338 Sheriff Karl Thompson was in..
.. a
Tee Aaanriared OF TUB Pr...MKITEtt is *xc1...tTy! PREP entitled I 4 toT be basest on past performances.: So far as 'elf tune_fur...ceittralsuktract.. ..-... tww.a..aI kaur; ?u.y t t-4tV SI __ .L -.............. formed today of a report that

"" see <... rep*" rtkM af all "*w. di'paU-Bea credited The Citizen can: recall this is the first time I I I 1 Mr. and Mrs Albert Boza will Greek spongers from Tarpon
.. t.. It ar IM.I .tk*rwl.e rrtdiird' la tala paper anjaia 1 Springs are sponging,in the waters .
: *. tk. loral newa pabimb'd kern that three primaries ha'.tbE't'n hell in one I 3 'w'' ., i ,icaoF fspW2GTA be king and queen of the rumba j ol the Florida Ke%.i, He immediately -
YILhGNCfuT at Raurs Club to be held m connection j
'F1aTetZfilS 1/ arranged to have
Staa'RIrT10HITS t
year. :00-Hoti nnoo la X. T atoBreakfi't
Overseas Highway i
cis. Tear U'-" with the
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a :Io.tl1. __'. .-.. Probably the reason for that i is because clubabe:1SBarnyard celebration. -I I search conducted U determine
.,_ atonks _ __ 2.71 FoIHc*-<* whether or not the resort i; true
I .-.. Mrtde ,._ --- - _._ .... of Justice Buford's resigning just in Ozark bailey. Folk*-me* I .-. r I ICommencement -
______ 10CO-Fre4 Saaw--et. CScA.;S. I
shay , S:0: WavIng t tt i the
Music For Y.-ck: exepusps: j council! at a meeting lastnight
time for a second primary vote. It had t If : City
AUtt-MTIMM. HaTEasad. ily :stary ra.-abe I Key West High School 1 :;i.*.ill be'I! passed a rwolirtKin favoring
...... .. A..n........ been expected that only two men would 1O.30-Ro.. of Serials-cB. f e ;.f/ trTIRiT15 held-this beginnizl:; al' 6-!I -
w Half lioor cf t.rta l*-rk frt ;?;TISIOO > I evcnjne.! the creating e.r a Federal"
rEflal.OTICF enter the primary. J. Frank Holmm; and W.May Sir It pith" Mu i_mta y o'clock. in Bpyview rU rli The i rlK* ing Auftrrt p. .jt forKey
All rea4Iac aaUe.e. c&I'''. at t... ..-"-1.U_. I 11.00rtBnr: Godrrer Show-eta ck colors 4iv't>!imsoa atttt gray.
.r reepeet, .44t arjr ..>:_ -weia* ,*t*.. .wIa t.raanrr .. : Walker\ but Attorney General J. Tom Breakfast In Hollywood-at.. 53 I' WestToday
fr at UI. rat. uf It real* a. l>ae. ,, 11:>>-B n Alexander. Show-Kttlr 'TS.y Principal Horace O'Bryant wt111 j,
'eSM es fir._t.rt..I,_eat t>y eba+ctx*T.o. watch Watson jumped into the race unexpectedlyand : 4 -gertaa: J'.. kn.-ct.a: i iAfI. .. ; ; ciiii,4'1:: ;( present dipiomu.- to 53 srnduat i The Citizen =a\ : in an
a,. 1 d.r n N at. C e.p m a Mae, : I
r.o.n; r* : aw open foram cad tutu.. 41erneaw -urprNed the entire state by running .,.... i : 11 11Th@ I editorial paragraph:
a .r .....1.. ....sea and ...J-'" of local fir { Senator Claude Pepper advised; "Let. the youngsters have
from his However he UCIOW'eIoom.: TraveUra. -aba f C i, agiJed
.. opponents. ,
..1'.1 .. .1'. bat It w'.1 net p.t.tb anoajmonaMEMBER away t b. '!I 1 '
..a.wna.a.-a. Kate smua !peaks-ma. I}I bcNilftF.liiiI tE 1 1r Citizen today that Preudent'RoooevtIt time in ttwp.nt We
; did not get a majority so that a !?p -ialprimary u: .-Word* aN JlMlc ab1O had promised to send j I h i morteafim: th.-i. !I.. t I nF with

be called.In -iliulc Hajf: Hour-nb I the forwal l I care I
bad to r f DiIEMATURI a representatito h.t.-
I Watson:: l beat hi"tppon..nt 1:1Ttae Ba" GaIIak !' fthI E opening: of the Overseas I rrilh ay .: --
Monroe county 20-Dmbl or .u.I"k dRt14l
I QMa for a. Day_ba l 1 1"I on July -I.Ernest ""I.6'ATII.IfI
and had than 400 votesto 1
@ 1948 more 2:>>-s riats for 1H kra,_b. "I .

spare in registering: a majority. Their I Brid. aad Block Groom Recsrdsmb$5OT. -a beMania (6PONCWT.SPiPrnwiA; as AC M+J..eww W DFTES Hemingway" who ha :

tllt:11flte was 0-52: to his 1.3-11.: ; I B. Aaaooaced: -
Ladwa Be 1e4-&M I correspondent" told i f
I1 war TheVorld's
I was a
I I With the pulling power of the gover" 3:30--Tb.Paul VThitomaa HOUR Party Kocorda eba-aba I ATtftO"SCUROSS- The Citizen today he still think- I :

II -- -- nor's and sheriffs race only 2.28:: votes 4-8O: -Hint float I the loyalists will win the war .; \
i 41 7.1/fratfLlt! 5Eie? _
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IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST were polled in the supreme court contest. Band Take !AB ota-_ckTraaavry aba --- -... Most

I t ? ORDINANCE NO. 2115.COMMISSION. 'I "P. & O. Steamship Company I l
I ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Will one-half as many voters go to the 1 RobertQ >w -etaKiddie I LEGALS
Hour west r.|eaU 1 tr. ; SERIESAN Bitterly Opposes Establishmentof I
poll tomorrow to register their choice later)-aac sad oiba : ORDINANCE REPEALING i West Indies Steamer Line"?: Complete Store
1=-LuDi aad Aba.rcbcwtMONQAY .
: a L More Hotels and Apartments. That i i-* a low number considering thecounty's ORDINANCE> :NO 69. COUNCIL!,, : IN I Pie headline in The Citizen to- YOUR FINGERTIPS

2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. I should I MAT 31 ONITUBS :; SERIES. OF TilE ORDINANCE' ..Ti.-K Is 'HKRKft.lXKV; that AT
registration, and be at th. ttn lr*>, II..I. ".-trinjc, T.. *..eag' i
baa. acbedaled road IS-Ktnnt OF THE CITY OF KEY WEST. :. , I SSUW I
3. Airports-Land and Sea. I in l>u inwun.d..r lb tiitl.tar!
least double that number. considering the broadcaaca er tae ladiaAayoiia Motor THE SAME BEING IUKMTU. *- ttlntMU, ....h- ALBURY and SON Call Jo60
4. Consolidation of County and races today. Tines are 1..1:j;;". .. FLORIDA. .
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tail : Zane.
importance of the office. Labor leadersare I 1:.4 and a p m, EST _Ida correspoiutt E."TITLEDi ORDINANCE.' ., ) 4 Specialize in AU E I
PIIO Snr.J.Ru.6.rk
iutewH | '
Governments. ten KlorMa
City .. 11:4. a.m. li: *. 2:4 ... t p.m.l.DT. I i ami VA
i .. TO PROVIDE FOR THE OPEV-I t ,.a'" fiftlthw. name ..itk the U rk Xiads cl Neon Signs
Tbe araadcaata, ,
because loterravt -
Auditorium. reported to be oppo.ip.aton regMUr I I O..O"'CISIMONTON
.. :5. Community G-1 $ Ji I
beta carried t. the iruit 'nun .f M- nr'rnMr and StrippiDq, -
ara i.a Lighting
proxraiDS. ; ING AND OPERATING OF MOTION i 1 : : t i
of his insistence on the "open shop"in the full network stmottajieeaily .Hh- . Florida.10t. I ., a. c----- ,..... ,... and FLEMING STS.Y"III.I'III..
out U>* usual local time (e av. :: PICTURE SHOWS ON 4 il.'\ :!:. 114.! ,
Florida. They tried to beat him in : SUNDAYS TO PROVIDE FOR .(-.K r..KIRRV.. tiff T\..t tmmrrrm
'RLus tKI.I.KtH WO'liEY
EE E1.a.d **'

1944!) for attornegeneral., but Watson NETWORK PROGRAMS THE CLASS OF PICTURES TO ....ft...' - - -- -,- -,.-
came out on top in the first primary. He did Laaa1 T_ F..eatralsiisuacl i. /J.wdaay
see aar. telf _..t... FOR THE PAYMENT OF A
: William Foster not do well for governor, but that was not wbteact. t.. aeurt Leal ata. PART OF THE RECEIPTS TO* \OTIf e: I \I KK .'IITIT101'SeMi
I .. \ : cT Tt TK
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tees chance .r.t rata. t tit where I Joe Marsh
: Communist Party Leader because of the labor leaders opposition lee.1 .cii..duiC... La.t minute pro. ; I :N'iTI.-K. l< IIKHK1S1 .a i\KN ,h.,I From sitby
gram. chances be. .,,......". INSTITUTION' the .advr>....1.... <" -n ijKIB '
I New ork. ( l.. iiw -vUr ihf.ii'i...' -
but rathfr to the concerted support I I .
ORDINANCE GOES INTO EF- K.,an- .f "Tiesi l r Kn"rpri Ifc \
Dear Bill: THURSDAY JUNI 3 (r . ,, nd- r.1P-
other aspirants, particularly Fuller Warren i Marathon; Kl.i I. 7'
i jFECT., .. i-Hli nrirk Three MightyImportant
} raid fist ni ulunn I
that U. S. cornmuni I I...;.. enacted bv the Citv Com- .
When you announce and Dan McCarty. Labor leaders fell Bet .r the in art i.ri .f \1.-1.m'
I.COP..pon.. I. Jlln -cbaVcttscj ,. .
I .. .' ,
Mundt bill if it becomes t r.venr: ads t I mission: :: of The City of Key West i ; il'.rea.I .
will defy Ideas
t Watson in the iaJo
) e 1a4'
; J1 down badly _in opposing I Xetworic S.tebt! Hoc--aoe-east t' Florida: I lasted :: .' F'. TIN.I.FitSOTIIISlliltFICTITiOIS: : .

I law you have spoken like a genuine supreme court race. Kiddies, Heir>fleet frep.atiabcwestNetworY -nb- -east ,'| Section 1. That Ordinance No. I. :<<.1. ..y.,wrt '
:: ,..;. :- ". :
mba-west :" :;
};!del Hour (repeat)-
: communist-defiance against the In 1944 Watson concisely explainedhis Co. Council Series of the Ordinance t
I between ani
i Then Trsth ,
':'_;Sports: Uosie : I Maybe yea read where a great ps
;- \ laws of the country which i is anarchy. stand on labor."I lien and BoeVs-cbaso : [ of The City of Key West. I I Ii .arcl..p.4ia. kas sorted all basic points out that two been Ttr
.. -fTiicaro Orchestra rfcs-east Florida the same bein.2 entitled : "
i THE ORACLE. believe in unions; I think they area Lam acd Abut """ cba-wcst I. "AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE i twi.: "T'TIT": I ideas into a few select reaps facer got anybody into troable and thataonebody's

r .*5-X..wv ajx by Three-nbc I XOTIr-F. IS HEHKISl OIVHN that : tke letter T they kac: trying to distort the
good thing for the laboring man. I be- Low.!! Thonia trepeat II)- : ...... the facta. No.there shonlan't be a lay
/:00-;=;ucp-r Crab-nbe-basis OF :MOTION PICTURE to t. under Tcaperance Truth Tyranny.Saaads .
lieve that eveman who wants to join a The bculah: show-cb: SHOWS ON SUNDAYS: .' name. weft"U"1 -tkert kouU! kg Truth.
j'eaerhitr .. "
New; and ComRieatarir-abKalloa t.e: Street
CONGRATULATING OUR GRADUATESThe union has a right to join it. but I believe Lew.. Jr.-cba I| TO PROVIDE FOR THE CLASS I FM .da. intend- to ;": like a funny combination. From where I sit. those idea.
fie thi-.5r ham* with the 1.rk of And to philosophize a little, notice
also that if a man does not want to joina 7:1s.s and Sir-au and ao- : I that Troth is in the center-beticiem -
I>ailT C"m.luary-abe SAID SUNDAYS 55i Oita.Jots : on one aide Tyranny on the
school of the nation are closing;:: union he has! the right not to join. I_believe N;...: r>.nctr Liate->art a PAYMENT OF A PART OF THE Slav I!. I U". Tyranny aa4 Temperance.
U, .\. rlsslle;; other-and Truth in the middle-
: their door once again and the advent of that *very American should he given 7.30-t Hob Cr."b1g Rollml Trio" --tb bHenry > I RECEIPTS TO SOME CHARITABLE 5.1.. ('a. _r'l t Now and then yea bear folks seeing that Tyranny never encroach -
Morgan-ite-east. INSTITUTION". be and ma,I::_ 4j11111'U.
the privilege of earning a living. criticize temperate people who enjoy Temperance.
commencement brings many young men '>iild'. World-abe-west I i I upon
News. <**omment-nib* the same 1.5 hereby reoealed. a moderate glass; of beer...
and! omen to the threshold of the great .7.flarkl1.. CommentebsFd : Section 2. This! ordinance sha.#' I'' .Tin: "'IH< I IT .'01 RT nr Tnt '
who talk about'two beers"
.:t.t.KTII: Jl IIH I tl. C IKf I IT < getting
; Pre.--nob cb** go into effect immediately ir TillTavi: .n' ......MIIIX .'. I I, one into trouble and claim: tJA'
venture of living. .n and ajj? 1 ash Hill .MOKO: <'01 NTt.i 110m. c9ce
jaunt to thest.. lie will make a speechat 811"-I1, Aldrich FamRy-rt. its passape-and-aaopii _kclt"c'H', - <, There oa l-.t U he!law!?'
For number of they have BL'fn Peacearcba: thecilcation T>v"the Signature'.lthe .. 1-D1'
s a years }pur- Front Page; -abceastileir (I 1aS. !I II I
all We t-ern cities.If '
Key >:. uueen-abc,w.. t r presidinz: I \v\r: i j''I'i'? K M-I.\N, II
f U4-d; the paths of learning picking up in- Lady Pancers-nbs Clerk cf the Con m s:>!.)>n and publication \<, l-Unuiff" lira.null: i!I I Coyir'gkt ISJS, ntttd 5te/M Brt+trtCnh'ocli f.b.Jar4a'KANTOR'S

fitrniHtion and JO-dims A: Allen-obeMr : thereof one time in a M4.clu-! < KM.: K.M'HNlH.f - -- -- -
,. experience through various Congress gets in !some fast work Ke n'" Drama-cha t >a.UntMdir.ic ,
tU.ty Q..Dak..stH.I1. of general circulation
school years, and now. at last, they re- there is till time to pass legislation: limit- .. Moma-abe.west newspaper publabed in The City of Key r or ri HI.n''TIM'i i .
Tal.nt Jadpot-mt> i
I -he their diplomans and step into the ing the length of commencement orations. 8;W-Fir. Umate. Xewsb. West. Florida. ;\1.rrJ" I...54h*-n Street.Ow Kaplan..
I Billy Rose Comment_b. first reading Ia.c; I
Head and passed on ,, .
rl l of : r" :N; V.
wr < grownup cr.J-IIII"ie: flaiL AI Jolsoo-r.b .. .. .
regular meeting held T.. are' ..t" r t fr W t* rrtrt'tfc : :' They will find it vastly different from NEW DRUGS FIGHT MALARIA fart' hat'Hay. Y",...Xatne-abe. \anety-.Js I j May at 18 a 1343.riejci . fin. .., <-'.--mili the tar acs.fl...%......' 1fil.d I t ncincjKANTOR'S. I Ic
ai -i.
dabrltl lIeatter : : I --a f tu1 _. .aga .t.: :1 J ja wf J pe
the environment in which tht'ha'.e been and pas"""" j >" 1 ---- '" -
1 Broadcast! -cb* r Jane : ;7" ;:Fr ;;;'; I
nurtured. will he no alignment of Malaria has been described! as mankind' "-JO-Jack Carson Ere-r.ta ms at a n ul:ir irwt tine held 1 ..( _..t Hill will' Itakrm a- .....- ,
.'nme Photcerapber-b.. re-r4. r rTh.
MI titular ta:'ks. with success surely greatest single di.-euse! claimingmore raodld( 1.Iirropat.c-.tst. 11. 1945A.. MAITLAND ADAMS.Attest I I .- ,.lw lih day ..t Majr. A. I'. '
t front Pat.-ahc-west 1'4', I Iff
crowning(> effort of those who think victim and causing more deaths than Andy P.naseit ReTiew-aba Mayor : 'll9'1'IT..e'l.ItT I

:' ami[ do well. In life, unlike in school, any other human ill. It is estimated that 13-60 1 4 -- Movie Bob Hawk BaeVaTound. Quiz-aba-mba> VICTOR I.OWE.Cl-rk. II IIt "it"'1-'rk" ...f saw-r.tae fire: .H -n. t!

meritorious performance] is not always this dread disease attacks :-omtthrE"e hundred
< a ixl id Microphone-abc west rwlla F 5th. Jr
rrowned with :success and laurels. million persons: annually, killing ap- Family i ";"-.".t..r f.... "'1...DIt'f. (

The high !schools of Key West are proximately three million of t.hem.proximatfly 18JO First-Eddia Nirhter. Canmr Pis Sltow.-*tos-cb. I ORDINANCE HO. 294.CCMMISSION SERIES I II ntar w-jun-I.."" .1.1IS t
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graduating fine of thre million; of them. ',n Be Announced. -abe I REPEALING i
crop young men t.a..*.. 3oh.sic-not Till: c IH.1 IT 10l NT ...' THE:

wum n. Many of them will continue theireducation Not long ago delegates from various 10: 5-Earl Godwin Talk-aM I SECTION 20. AS AMENDED OF OR-BYORDINANCE CIl.a.. TIIK 1-1.Tani Ji lilt: fir. 'a.tlOHIIIt.iMltoK 1111'llru. r - -.
NO 09. :
11:00-Newt A Variety Z trs-cbe I .
.. at college l but some will not have countries held a joint congress on tropical News, \anety. Liacce I brtmeta I IDINANCE NO 6. COUNCIL: I IS \ :ica.Musuol.es51'5.1IS <
News and Dane Band_bc
:- that privilege. They will go forth immediately medicine and malaria. They report that Newt Dance Band 2 bn-mt, I. SERIES. OF THE ORDINANCESOF I I C'._ Sw II.s.5 t
'.tnt JtNi I; 1\ t\ W"I.\Y..TT.
to seek their economic fortunes in the development of six new drugs which 12:OO-t.ancifii_ Continued. -abc-weit I THE CITY OF KEY BEINGi WEST. Pl.' ,"nttff.Iaofe, .
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biHines* .endeavor battling the various: have been I thoroughly! tested on a large TODAY HISTORY i ENTITLED: "AN ORDINANCE I!I TH'-XIXS; II \P.i...r>i..-W r-ti.ijp.I. :*..M.f3:: :;

forces that operate in the struggle for number of human victims of malaria now (Know America) :! TO PROVIDE FOR THE: PRES- !' .mill:it .>|- ri HI M THI\ iT' I

provide complete protection against the 1T81-Historic ride of Capt !lERVATION OF THE PUBLIC I Th..m.Ilaroid \\.IJ.u..n.! "

profits.Those John Jouett warning Gov. Thomas PEACE. ETC \ AND PROVIDING C'. a. S, ._$..._. \ \
of our graduates::; who have theopportunity recurrent, as well as the frequently fatal I WHEN ORDINANCE GOES ,t, I'.5 =" .
Jefferson and the Virginia I ........ Fleet p'''.'t ftntrf, : \ \
: of attending college are fortunate non-recurrent! types of malaria. : Legislature that the British wire INTO EFFECT. N..r>'lkirnmij 1 \\i' tR
I Be it enacted b. the City Commission T.. are k-nk repaired t* appear .
u \
a '
only i if they make of the additional According to the of the delegates coming. J'
use: report of The City of Key West. I.: Ire the Hill f .r t tvan-e file a H c I ,
1 1838 of ...... .
-Beginning the forcible I ".e In ... a.- "- -tslel wa 01'
education advantages that comest there Were only two substances for deportation westward uf Florida .r..r. I.... al-I day .4 ..._. A. ii.L .
f = some Section I. The: Section :20. asamended I II ''. nthera. :.. the all..p''wcna' .
s .. them.} Certainly the training that college the treatment of malaria until the beginning 15.000 Georgia Cherokee Indians No. CT. of iaiM...< th-r.-m vtll kr- taker a" .-_. .1 I. 1 e

I life affords is worth what it of \\' II. They quinine their hardships so severe deportation to' Oro.nance ,....-..L.XF. .
costs. were I Ordinance No 6. Cnunc.1 Sene.;. o< ,". .,XP nnrwnrn at 1\:.. \
.; in time ; slopped In the fill. of n"...-i. florMa.. thiIMh 4-iv ..r M.ljr.X t
and mone, hut these benefits dottnt extracted" from the bark of the Cin- the Ordinances of The City . .
1873-End of the :Modoc Indian H 1l F. I
flow into chona which in the I Key West FlorIda.. which makes i -|R.IT..'. .RT SEAL" ,
automatically the of tree largely
.0;: grows carrpaign. when Indian Chief unlawful, for any person or persona. I5o. .- ?(.._,... I : .

t :; the stu'lent. They must be earned. East Indies and Atabrine synthetic .,ub- Capt. Jack was taken prisoner by 1,lit club or society: to give hold !(: ;: : / v Y I'

The graduates who have no chance stance. Either ot the: Historic ,, .
attempt by "i""mII.u. "
I = tu continue their studies in colleges or delegates, can cure malaria.It Lieut. Richmond P. Ilob on to of any description t _\".. ... y i..r 1..lInfiff:
i! from the hour of 12 o'clock midnight m.t.n-.inn: :-1. 1 1"4'I
"Social schools need not accept any inferiority i is interesting to note that of the: !six bottle up Santiago: Harbor by Saturday to 12 o'clock I

complex in regards to their classmates new drugs. three were: developed in this sinking collier "Mernmic." in the I midnight Sunday of any week unless l\ Till: C IRt I IT ..01 HT 0.* THK BOLD LOOK
war with Spain. such ball public entertain I ;:I Et: .:''' 11 JL U. I II. I till .ITIn
:.. who study longer. While it L. not country one in England one in France 1918.-Beginning! of air mail or I of ..- : "TU: of a'I OHIuaui .
: ment be held at a point at least I' ass. ,-.," MusuUE I OI STS.IS .
to be denied that some; advantage accrues and one represents an improved product "service between New York. EosI : one thousand leet away from anychurch i ..." ,'c."t.:

-_ to college-trained individuals, this i is not of a drug originating in Germany. The I ton and Montreal. be and the same is hereby I, XMIZS .: Case.xi xt.i.xfr,.. 11-3M l $ .
19.1Z-Xew: York honkers" forma dliJ'1

-_ conclusive in the !struggle that engages names of the drugs are Pentaquine. oI 100000.000 pool to stem the I Section repealed 2. This ordinance shall .1 I i ...-. |>la,ntlffi i ioHr. .: ,395 S500

adults in the fullness U.lrlY.. tF1.rI'; :Mxi.i.xnr-.
of their existence. I pentaquine.! l'amaguintPatu'lrine., Chloro- depression. Ito into et'ect immeciatehUJOt1! l i-frada n'ORniR -

The Citizen wishes to congratulate quine and Sontoquine. Not all of these 1940-Last of British escape it; passage and adoption and! .: til" ... BI.M.TIO\ its : -

the students of our high schools who drugs available at store but Dunkirk to the shores of England. ':'authentication c> the signature ,I 'P'T.>-.. M KH-in Mallard!
complete ; are drug 1942 U. S. base 1
Dutch H
o. it lr- J i of the presiding otticer and the I :1.! ... va'xxmti*. J aq
their courses this and the Pamaguine. also known : is bor raided by Japs first air Nt.r w4 II Iit.
year at as Plasmoquine; t- :Clerk: of the Comrriss.on and publication I .. .i ob.i.1::; ..
[ T. n ere h r-l>: tJ :ip-
f same time to extend" felicitations: to those available at drug stores. So is Paludrine j I' tack on continent. i thereof one time in a i J pear. t.. th. Bill .f .miilain' fnrI ;
1942-Beginning of the batteof of circulation I! |..>...'"" m the N.\ -tled l l i"":. I
: of this city who complete their college a British product known in thi country newspaper general: .n r-r lf..r. 'h: Il-t day .f 'j I :: -
Midway QaisoJit's
I published in the Crhof- Key .S. I'. I..4.. ntherwt'.h. a..a..n'..
careers. May: all of them play the game Cloroguanid.. Chloroquine an American 1944-1,000 American planes West Florida I......ln will ttf ,."-. .' .." UJa ;
I .. ... ,
I 1
Thir."'T i t. pulolo-h-I
of life fairly earning just;:: rewards and rejoicing product is also available anywhere.We enemy-held Northern Read and passed on first read- nnrr a week t-r nn-err.rweek. ,
France and Belgium.1945Americans I ing at a regular meeting held . III"" Kfjf West .itir*' .,
in the !similar UC'tof their fel- call attention to these I .. ,
newlydeveloped on Okinawa I Mar IS. 1943. .e..-+mfrr p.kll, li | ta the 'ni tK. t1-- .

lowmen. I drugs because they represent con- I. advance two miles. I Read and passed on final reading .r-oNE v W.,4"IS". Fl..rMa. or.-r.I1r.r-, 1."h

1: siderable progress: in man's effort to provide 1946-U. S. Supreme Court upholds I at a regular meeting held jaw:.wr .arav..a.1', sass.Rnca. C1 :: _

right of to criticize June.L 1948
press .*
Automobiles of Florida are doing their actual cures for devastating di.eases.We ;:: I :Sawyer '..
judges. m Miami. Fla. Herald A. MAITLAND ADAMS. ''-k "1 ttb Orruit ( ",,.
share to break all record do of JI_.... <"..usti. Fhr.da
in killing people not recommend to any reader that case strike. Attest Mayor' MENS

on the highways and nobody as yet seem he. or she purchase the drug without consulting 1947-At Lake Success. Rus VICTOR LOWE. t 11)k Iflft
sia's Gromyko demands: less atomcontrol. ,i City Cleric. .t 112-s B. .-...-. jr. SHOP t

to. he bothered about this serious; situation. ; the family physician. iun3.ltI: s: ..Ii.'t..i. r...,1't'i.ti. f.:. SUII:: I".".' I,




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alIr r- ',.'.1:00 PJM SATUA--- C:00 P.M.-Picnic. THER'S DAY JOur

Fishing SUNDAY(sisn UD m advance 20th -

.n ,I,IC:30 AM II:30 A.3I.--Communion -'
1 Breakfa=t. White
a Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base '
Iplh ''', (2nd Sunday). ; ;
tau) P.M. 7 00 P.M Pushing I B
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Gifts to : ;
Information Trip (sign services up in advance, housing). !,

lily map I COUPON
Religious literature library.'
telephones stamps, wrapping and|
mailing packages railway express ServerNew
Sf'n'ire. laundry pick-up- Cigarette
gradable to all defense forces I
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S:10 Moicv P.l'.I.-Bnag', Pinochle- and I UTEL YFREE \

8:00 P.M.-Saturday Movies.
1015 the P-M pa.-tui-Juke Bon: Dancing. 4-j.-!

Sunday .
945A\t.-Ja Club discussion t"

riOOAMUo.; Parties Group." to CHURCH To The First Forty ((40)) ,

3:00 P.M.-Classical Hour selections I , v

3 oo P.M,-announced.Fellow*h.p Hour on :..: t
Customers PurchasingFather's
the Patio. Community Singing I
Beatrice nioreno at the ..
JO, :00 PIano.P M-Coffee Hour
G, S. O. meetings 'Oirls Service Day Gift :
Organization. ), every 2nd I '" :::
and 4th Monday.Game "
Room: Chinese Check.
ers. (chess card, ping-pong. pool
writing desks, library, current Value. At $3.00 Or More - >
magazines, various table games.

't-lubs.Showers fishing tennis lines rackets cameras, golf (Tobacco Not Included)

.checking Sf'rvice. film service,
I mailing and wrapping packages

I.stamps NEL.available receiving Lesleigh, railway messages to Davis-SERVICE express-,phone tenrice.1 booths. TOILETRIES FOR DAD!!

Gerald Pinder-Program Director -

I Doreen Lillian Wesvcr. Cruz --Secretary Information, ,i I I KING'S MEN SPORTSMAN

Desk Aide. i lii C.ttld . Cologne . After.Shave Lotion . Talc
Your HontscoprTHURSDAY Cologne . Alter-Share Lotion . Talc Hair Dressing
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may be niglectful 01 upporiumtv 1 IThor ] CClognf.AUt.r.Sh yeLotionoooral: GIFT SETS
is a certain amount ofnatitcability :o2.n
and a good mind:! Tar
but the aim of e' IY'.r.e b.r-,
wlf-reslrJiint this clay should and bt contentment to cultivate I Sets In Both from 5.00 From 2.00 Plus Tax

and as so on as something proves: ,
atlsfatt'UQ"_ to stICk to it,
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-:* FOil KKI.I i.i ... T11it1ET .
CHAPTER IIUT I was a thought'she was to remember 'II to give so much love as well as I T BLAlKFACIiTirKwill << nentw 1 aymewt is in..rlahly f..r rl"lirf In a. l
and dwell later service? .
upon rrtlr
WANT for tea Sunday .dserthements ued"r 151brad rcuiar with ""
you .
many timec. I Hildred shook her head. "A lie inserted In T"1 i7..n a' c .un<" may bar their MxIM .
afternoon, Lucien said, is-j, Lucien promised Jimmy that good nurse" she was quoting the rate of ?<- a word f..r .'a'h ,n- ,newt. harrelterllon. < "
sung a statement of his wishes, instead I but the minimum ,-ucK.r forth RI.I -TIO\ UttDI.IM: $
would this let
they repeat happy day Randy now "does not perso -
of asking an acceptance. "Iwant first IS word or !.".. i. 3ll-atfo. r pr-nrl:
and Hildred told the little .. affect
soon and sentiment, .
alitics, .
.... : Th Cilizvn
you and my mother to know I The rate f r *! <.rwo jiw i" S; in offtfrfjTtJ
boy that she going to take her I don't she is not kind ....
each other as I said before." was mean I wurd. and the minimum charge '''81'--' -k in the morning v.tadrt
him to her house often to spend I and humanitarian. But of courseit tbe lint li word. i" .ie- iwttlicalivn. jf 7
"Perhaps mother will note : fAn
your the weekend. "So must sensible to realize +
you prom is only you
anxious to meet me Hildrrd
as ise to be a'good boy in between," one person alone cannot do
said her' -I
quietly, employing she finished. "You must not stay I all you would like to do. I wish I I advertising i.. a x "r..d under the fo1Ioninr f .>ndi"....!_ .
usual honesty end directness. She
'off by -rour: lf, away from the could take all the Jimmies and i went or error in ad.....11,1..1[. lran. tnt ,>r <-vntr rt. The ,'IUz.. slllpg
felt a flash of dismay; she did not I only K-r the ,first In".rtn in 4 tas.ifed "h.rtl.l... .
You must to respowsilul. tMUU
other ehildre try other children I know to heart u.
want to know the Countess. She my .lar %*. T1l.lii.. for f,nljr lh. ...taal .........., vf spare all food clean I But I
et all love.
your up your and them
give my J
had hoped to continue postponement j part wf the adserttrmrnt r here the error wor" '
plate time, and must have to not to I have to fight ': ,. ,
every you try
of that day. I . . . . . . .
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promise me. please Jimmy that against it But I believe once i - - - - - - - - - - .I
"You are mistaken." His tone you will not cry any more." I I more in that middle road I ',, v *
was firm. "I have written Liz I i -. .
'\ Jimy promised manfully, though think occasionally as with I
that is what all her most-intimate tears already seemed close as they Jimmy I can make an exceptionand J _
friends call her as I do myself. iriot I drew up once more before the still be a good nurse, I hope" Store to let. 35x60. At 218 Simon- Fresh jewfish. Peter :.Robert! .

in disrespect but in play -"all j[ Home. He said he did try. in fact, "I think can" His hand- ton St. Call H. Altman. Phone Ftont StrettBungalow uun7itf1
about you and our friendship. I I as hard ax he could. "The food you 682. junl-tf ''e.
clasp tightened. "I think you area
Maybe that was why she was "
sticks in any throat, he explained, "
: good nurse I think are small stare *btlil
coming sooner than planned! All' very you
his big solemn and large in
mothers, whether they were plain his peaked eyes little face. "It justwon't I a fine woman. I say that as the :, Nicely furnished 2-brdroom homo :; and lime grove on fair ni '

.'Liz or of titled nobility, were): go--down. The other kids, { highest tribute a man can pay a" hot and cold running water, all lots. size 50' x !:0.CIIC in good
much alike when it came to their i, they mean all Tight but they don't II I woman- and I mean it, Hildred. I'I'II electric all conveniences. $125 section. This can be bought mI
sons. However in spite of frankness like me, I guess. I don't cry much, She saw that he did -so that, month. Phone Htor 73. j I easy terms. Johnson & M ,
Mildred did not.quite feel impulsively, she returned his a
i except when I feel like I'm in .
I ma316tx''Threebtdroom Phone 3 7 2.
lOne could point out tins fact to prison jou. know on account of I warm grasp. She said "Thank I f.
Lucicn. t I the"fence all around and such a Iyou. Lucien. Now we both have -

"She will thing you a good in-I 1. tiny yard and not being allowedto I reached a full understanding of furnished house White outside paint. $2.;'. gam
fence:, as I have told you you I go out the gate." each other. :Now we are indeed I for rent. Apply 1012 Catherine 9-inch electric fans. $3-50. Doh-

ale. Lucien's tone was lighternow "I.know," Hildred said, her own I the friends," we pledged ourselvesto Street. jun2-3tx ; city & Co.. 816 Olivi ;- o_
his dark almost teasing. misty. She gathered him I
eyes .
"She may appear to be rather an I close to her for a minute, feeling,' *"I wish . Lucien began, then Charming home. 1012 Southard i', Packer. Call 1597. ct"{junl-tf.. .
stopped abruptly. "Never mind I II
imposing personage at first. But his thin little' ribs the: fierce ai
if you will just be yourself- as pounding of his heart "But you that now. Maybe someday I will two large bedrooms, two baths. !!':; Two-family home: completely
: i tell what started to wish if j jI' screened June
you always are. my dear I know must try even harder and keep you open brewcway. furnished. Apply 620 Ashe
that my mother will also like you I on trying and after awhile it will 'j the time ever comes when such a I 15th to November. Phone| St,
very much." be all right honestly it wilL" But I' wish could 1: made possible." 673-R. jun3-3tx :'; upstairs. mar29-0tz' z

Hildred wished she could be as she was not sure. For some children She could not imagine what he ---;-:-H
certain. She wished she had some yes, but maybe not for meant, but she felt the hot color FOR RENT-ROOMS | 500 sheets 3'i; x 11. whitA news-
valid excuse to get out of the Sun Jimmy, ever. spreading up into her face: she ,. print %-'.c. Amman Press,Citllen
day tea but since she had none said as much to Lucien be- felt again an odd presentiment Building. Phone 51. 'c
she murmured again that she SHE the big car stopped the The time would come when she Light housekeeping rooms. $5.00 ;,! Amay29'l3t-

hoped that would be the way it second time at the apartment I. would know what Lucien had almost to $15.00 per week. 411 William :|1 > .
would be.Jimmy. where she' lived. "What Jimmy wished for. Street. may4-lmox .
woke up just then and needs is someone all the time" But now he raised her hand as I i Pressing Club, good business,

Room came over to say that he the told aim. The security of was his custom, to his lips in farewtl. OVERSEAS HOTEL i| g od >("ation. Reasonrfor self

had everything packed in the car lasting love* I! 917 Fleming Street ing. 009 Duval Street." \
that could back "Until Sunday then. he aid,
so they be getting
"I agree with you, Lucien raid
whenever Mr. Lucien wished. He his voice unexpectedly gentle. "I I his dark eyes smiling into hers as !I Weekly Rates I )f.un1-eu
added that the sky was darkening give you my promise -as Jimmy if the bond between them was in I I $8.00' to $10.00 without Bath t.
not so much because it was nearing did to try to do my part" fact cemented I $12.00 to $15.00 with Bath One 5'z h.p. outboard motor.ij

sundown but from clouds that Hildred thanked him though Well, maybe she could not have i junl-tf ;| months old. And skiff, $l0.
:-.-.:gilt mean rain. .f course she' had meant things Randy, the man she loved but it i,I 3010 Scidenbcrg Avenue. A*
Lucien agreed it would be wise that even Lumen's and was a comfort a warm sweet
generosity, Rooms men only. 1017 Eaton I I I junl eta
for them to start. So once more money could,not give. feeling inside her to know that I junl-3lxj
the three of them the little boy "I'm beginning: to see what it she had the true friendship and Street I II I
in the m.ddle--piled into the back means this being a county nurse." liking of Lucien Lanif-r. It healed International panel truck, -n wrubber.
r>f the big: car. much like one Lucien eyes really smiled into that other hurt a little. It would I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS !I good mechanical cocdJ
happy little family as Hildred hers as he' held her hand a while I be something to cherish if that tion. Ready to go. Phone 1012,
found herself thinking with some II!'longer than necessary, in parting. Other love never came true. & to 5. jUR1-3ti
amusement at such a thought. It1 1"Are all.of them like you. wanting (To be continued) Furnished apartment. 3 rooms I I

___ __ __ and bath. Maid and janitor, ,
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service, linens and utilities j i Promlssaryj. ic eacb. Art
STORAGE furnished. Summer rates. Cor- i I man Press Citizen BIdf. phone

Who Knows? Too' Much Gift _ __ al Hotel Apartments; opposite I:I 51. marlS-tf

i Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor Post Office. jun2-20t.x !I

1. What b U ti C.O.P.? I PARIS I1L-The members of commercial. Phone 793. i Two old hoa es. highest bidder..
Gulf Stream Trailer Park.
the American junl-tf Efficiency apartments. all utilities -
; Who is governor-general of Legion were surprised -
Pakistan when the field piece they furnished. Adults only. Also I

3. Can you name the premier: J had requested for mounting on REFRIGERATION sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00 I One skiff and dinghy; fur .ai
double. Stutz Hotel, 410 Mom-
of the provisional o"ernment"of the public square as thti..n."? Guaranteed oomo.-Uic and com- ing Street junltl'I i cheap. Palnivilla. Big Pine,
** '
l-rael . . It *. contribution:J to., trie'' city.'- war nwrridl MrictEstimate oni Key James Cirruti. *
4.'XVhaf-r-lav won the Pulitzer overhaul free of ]un-3!
.:arrived 2 1- complete
memorial! It was a Furnished 2 1-2-room apartmentUtilities
Award in 1P47 I J ton howitzer used by General I hargc. Holbrook Refrigeration furn &hed. $63.00
5. What | 724-W. Couch and matching rruur. All ?
country was once Rommel's forces during the North Service. Phone monthly. Couple only. Apply
end table. $65.00. All In vc
known as the "Hermit Kingdom may23-6tx
African campaign. They didn'teven 915 Windsor Lane. junl-tf ,
good condition. ;3-% PoinciaS
? '
I try (o move the 35-foot:
fi. How many members are weapon from the'flat car it mon- I FOR SALE-USED CARS furnished efficiency jun2-3tt
Completely new -
claimed by the U. S. Communist !i opolized. Two : light 75-min.. i *
Party? apartment. Electric re- Highest: offer takes these: Iron
guns to "DC placed on either side : 1937 Packard fordor sedan, new frigeration. Continuous howater. double bed. Simmons innerspring
7. Who is Pierre dc GaulV -
a flagpole were substitutedand
paint good tires radio. Can Phone 215. junl-tf mattress book shelve*,
a. What holds the '
play ose call the
howitzer was shipped to
;, be seen at Tony's Auto Body tricycle. Singer electric'Rwi
long-run record on Broad- the Terre Haute ordnance plant.
wav? Shop, 603-605 Green Street. i 2 apartments available. Inquire I machine Singer treadle cab.
may23-6t 411 William Street inet floor lamp. 517 Eatop
0. Tien is the next genera TODAY'SANNIVEUS i ________________ __ I
election scheduled<: in Britain may3l4txFor 1 Street. Jun-3t4
'! \IUKS 1942 Nash 600. 4 door. Scat covI .
What the biblical "
is : name '
fen Palestine? (Know America) | (TS. radio heater motor overhauled I Rent-Small furnished apartment 7-ft. Philco Refrigerator, used'*
Cheap. $6! :>. 38 Resti j 419 United Street Apply I three week Priced to sell im:
I I. JSOG- efft'son.Da\'is. first: and Beach. mediately. Call 344 1043-&
may31-4ts or
1224 Duval Street.
The Answers !'I only President of the Conf- "ti j I ij junl-tf I .Ju 2tbI

acy. born in Todd Countv. Ky. ( .-. :
Died in. Xcw'Tlans.. Doe. 6, 1942 Buick super ccdan. 1946 cngme. -j Three-room apartment. 1329 New R-C-A. DeLuxe $:oflso 1f;
1. United Nation Special Committcr 1339. ;i Excellent throughout.j I Duncan Street lhonc 817R.t Combination. Sacrifice. Call
30-2 Poinciana Place.
on Palestine. i 1311-Henry James. ono-lcgg jun2-3tx I 3.J.1 or IO-l3-M jun2-t
2. Mohammed All Jinnah. maj314txJldMiiobile.
brooder social. religious
{ on and
3. David Bcn-Gurion. i i, literary subjects.. writer fatherof I I $t 5.00 a month onc-btnlroom Whizzer motor bike good condi
4, Therevas na play award in I 193 7 2-door. Body apartment. Lord's Brach Court. I
William $55.
two famed .sons. and f. tion. Elgin 1 1-2 h.p.1t.
1U7. j'lIin ', born in Albany. N. Y. and motor good"condition.. Mustsell. south comer of Elizabeth. board motor. Used orklt fc4lt.'

5, Korea. I| Died Dec. 1:. 188;. Going overseas. First I jun2-3tx I hours. $50. Reducing and na5
6. 75.000. . j i ica--<)nalle offer. Phone 1530W. "
UU-Garrct A. hobart New waging machine. reasonaWI.
7. f"Or fif Paris and brother Jersey lawyer and business man. ; 37 Rest Beach. may31-6tx Nicely furnished one-bedroom I 114-D Poinciana. Phone 1176-lt.
..f Grn. Chas. de Gaulle.R .-" i
Vice President in McKinley first apartYI'nL1.00: monthly. Jun2-3tT'
-I. fe With Father"-3. 13IHI term horn at Long Branch, N. J. '1936 P,.ntiac. For-dor Redan. $250. I' Apply 905 Ashe Street t
r nrJ1la n cs. : Apply 407 Olivia Street. after I tricycle.
; Died Nov. 21. 1899. jun3-Jtx Taylor Tot. $200: new
9. In 19:>0. | i 4:30 P.M. junl-4tx shaft
1851-George Burton AtUims. $5.00: toaster $2.00; high -

10. Canaan.: Yale historian ideal teach. F&irnh-hc..l studio apartment for I $3.00: dishes and palo;.'$5.D1b

horn at Fair-field. Vt. Dad May I 37 Chevrolet 1'i-ton flat body adult No pets. Near beach. I scatter rug. SOc. $%0.00'for aK.

TOIVS IIIKTIIIIAYS 26. 1925. truek. 20000. Apply 1219 All conveniences1214 Duval Phone 1535-W after 5.,'- ,:.

'" !I 1879-Raymond Pearl famed Siwonton. jun-3tx Street Phone 192-W. I ju 2.3t :
Know America
( ) ; I
Johns Hopkins. biologist anJongc'ity jun3-ltx I
Dr. Otto Loewi of th- N. Y.j' authority born at 1941 Ford. club coupe. Phone Wrapping paper of various Sized

University Colleffe of Medicine. J Jph.irmacologist. Farmington. N. ,I. Died Nov. 17. 1388-R. jun3ltxMISCELLANEOUS r FOR RENT-COTTAGES Artman Press, Phone 5L, >

Nobel pri/ewin- 1940. Jun3-7t

ner. born in Germany. 75 year 1R91-Jim Tully. no'eli..t.'h... i Furnished new one-bedroom cottage
ago had been a hobo prizefighter.Circus :; near beach. Adult couple 14 laying hens two Leghorn
Dr. Virgil Jordan president of roustabout and tree sur- t Washers, irons vacuums and' only. No pets. The Price Organization roosters. 100 Ibs. lying irejh,'

of the National Conference In-I pecn. born near St. Marv's. Ohu fans repaired OBriai.t, Phone Realtors. 411 Fleming one revolving ho\\casr.ria fl*

'luvtnal Board, born at I Died in Hollywood, June 22. 11C4-M. junl-tf' St. Phone 124. I Elc. 13 Ibs. fish glue. 1214 VaI -

,NY.. 56 years a/:". 1947. maylltucsthurssalUWANTEU rcla Street. jun2-3U
Prof. Robert S. Hillyer of Har- ( For guaranteed plumbing and ret I

ard. noted writer, born Otan::;('. tN. The famous John Hu"s command pairs. Free estimate. Call I TO RENT j Gas stovr. good condition. $20.00._.
I John Curry, 512 Margaret St .
.T.. 53
years ago. I
was : "Seek the truth hear Apply 905 :(she Street.
Kranklvn Waltman of Philadelphia the truth. Icarn the truth. lov- Phone 781. junl-tf t Wanted To Rent-Navil officer )I jun3-lU

author-publicist. burn in the truth. speak the truth. hold h. and family ri ':.irc three-bed

BiHimore. 45 years ago.- the truth defend the truth seven Caroline will Shop. 223 Ann Streett room home. Call 1I27-J [ 1947 I larley-Div icon motorcycle
lining H. Lannn "f Vat remain oxen throughI I
'vFanehWyoming to death." jun3-3tx Phone 1195-J. jun3-3U
June with increasing stock of .
rancher found- - --- -- ---- -- -- -
I new inexpensive: cottons forslipcovers :
r of the Dusk Ranchers Asso. I
HELP i and I II
horn in Brooklyn. N. Y.. 59 years | UrapcricFrom I THE-
10 to 5 daily except Thut'day,1Clnd :

Jgo Di.. Wiliam Hope Martin of the j. I Saturday afternoons. 11 I! West Floor .11-
vf>u"&T a neat local resident Iw- may23-6tx I Key Covering Co.
New Jersey Agricultural: Expori- tnecn 35 and 60. own a car ..mtrnioy i i
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n' ntal Station n ed plant patholigist -
making fricnd w"l1fhow For all type's woodwork contact I 132 DUVAL STREET PHONE
born at Carlisle. Pa., 58 you holy to earn from IlI,its Cabinet Shop. COS ,Ii i

wears ago.Roland &I.50 to S3 an hour b\ following Caroline Street. Phone 1437. :t Has Just Ilfrn ...ioirifr.f

Haves of Brooklmc.MJJ ; our metiiods.: Drop: a cardto Screen door cabinets of all I J Exclusive Distributor
,-;.. tenor born at Curryvillr.Gc I P.O. Box 977 for particular. kinds window screens etcj,j I Key "I

< 61 vars ago. No obligation. expertly made-to-order. j :I

Carl Vita librarian of the Cincinnati jun- -3-8-9-10-61 junl-7U ; I fiir"Kentile"
Pliblic Librarborn in !

St Paul. Minn. 65 rears ago. LOST Dressmaking and alterations. Call ; I, ASPHALT TILE
Maurice Evans, famed English 1398-M. jun2-3U :

actor manager.. btwnI.: ;years Lost-BIdck steel box in Kress at : 1 i'| i Makers o/ the Finest lllcmled Colort I
';0. I lunch -ounter. Tuesday containing Warning-11x14 :pcci.l certificate ,

hypodermic syringe and holders: please use: these j i Including While Blue &
Each year hoarse accidents in- [ needles, etc. Papers and bankbook before their years deadline Ivy

:'p'e; 3 1-2 percent vf the popula- j with name on which is September.
my same. I.i I.

3 tvn rni2ion t,I the peoples United; State*-about i I) Phone 1X5-J. Reward. Jur.-3t I. Pilkington Studio.junl.tut> E\'ans-I> i .. CALL" . .US_-for-FREE- ESTIMATE Y s




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: ; ; WllERTOBUYIi When and certain thus product U d or a to rrtee whereto U seeded THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU ';e9Cr I

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

Ownership BENNY) Siiiioiiton-FERNANDEZ Management:St. :.. :: Nice Selection of-GIFTS and SOUVENIRS. :: ..If If t I s VI:clrIca l I'WE E REPAIR SELL ITI m!I , .: POOR OLD CRAIG : .4 tT': i iof

Serving +, : SEE Plenty OUR 0 f.Action Tog for the Children. ; We Will Call For and Deliver ; WHITE STARCLEANERS ,; Service Station .: .j-
t' BREAKFAST.. 8 to 11LUNCHEON. : ElectrIcal : M Years' Experience la Electrical Work u. ,
SHOWING of Appliances II
; : J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE : :
DINNER.: to. 11:30 8:30 to 2 .........................-..............**eeee a. : Jjj 211 Duval StreetTELEPHOKT Marco : Francu and DirUlon Street* :
..................... ....... Mesa. Jr. Prop. ,
Thr Rest : / a*** ***** ******** : ; ELECTRIC 41 : 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto AccessoriesTour :

Short Orders-Sandwiches of Steaks: :; HOME\ SUNDRY STORE ; ......................................*..*... 122 SIMONTON_ STREET: ;, ........".....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"RADIATOR ............ :
Al All Hours ................... ................*..... Dry Cleaning .... .. ...:
Try Our Frozen Tour r. PRITCHARD I : : and I'ressinf ''
; ,. ; ; ; 21-HOUR SERVICE ; .
r Si Open D-tlyi and Sunday, e 1c8 Cream Medicine : FUNERAL H : Free Pick-Up andDelivery ; : 1 S
; ; Proprietary ; ; NOW AVAILABLE:
|v e 8 A-M. to Midnight : Service .
......................... J Sick Room Supplies School Supplies DRY GOODS : : SUITS for MEN ; .Rod Cleaning: /r/wi;>/n/r and & Flushing : ;. \c.

I..........Toilet......Preparations..o**........and....Articles.......*........, : HOME j 1106 OLIVIA STREET ..: and WOMEN :. TONY'S' AUTO AND ,: 1.11
..............*.*..... ............... : : PHONE 373Specialising ; Mado-ln-Mpa 1 urc : ; BODY SHOP :
....... .
.......................... .. Let Those Scrre J .: PHONE 282 .
: : Who Serre Best ; ...........a......*.a.! .. 603-05 GREENE STREETCAROLYN ............ 1'I
Sj GOMEZ j I MUMFORD\ and ROSS ; .............................

: I -220 DUVAL STREET : WE HAVE NEVER J inWomen's : ...................... J'...........................................S
Monroe : BETRAYED A TRUST- I ; : : : n..urrv. ; I' '.
CO.Exclusive County Distributors for .
S I WE NEVER WILL l and ': : : SIIOPPE I I .
720 DUVAL STREETJinrnile Carrier r
\ : I LOPEZ St.
Air-Conditioning : : Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming .
. FurnitureZ Ambulance Service JTelephone Children'sApparel : r .
HOUSEHOLD for Domestic and Commercial Use : ,. DONALD BARBER j

I Plastic I'lJRl\I"TIUF; .;..".*.M...............PHONES......................91..SO..... : Never 548 : :: Funeral Service :: Scalp Treatments We Specialize Hair In Dyeing n .

; Ax minster"Inlaid Broadfelt Congoleum I ;; ....*.................**..........>*..*..*...*... .............Sleeps.......... e.............*........... .." Established 1885 :. .. 1'llOUC 17t ALL Trr-M- or HKLKMC CCRTIB ,. ,. ..
.: ...........................................: : Licensed FuneralDirectors i.....................rSIUU.JU1"T..........\%.AESSTELL'S ...; ......... : 1 -

RADIOS and ; HOTPOINTS : : I andEmlialnicrs ...............a.a...................";.:...... I
: AppliancesJ Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : : : BEAUTY NOOKScientific 'f.. :

"Terms Arranged&I,liiii, Miirlilucs for Immediate( Dclhcry: : Licensed : : 24HourAmbulance Beauty Culture :\ : '
in All BranchesThoroughly
OPEN TILL 9:00 .
;I MON. and SAT. ;. HOME APPLIANCE ; : : : Experienced f Vf : :' ,

...................... :. 60S SIMONTON STKEET PHONE: 11 '. PAINTING Contractor : :: Service : ', Operator :
;k ....................a....................*...... J FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED .. ; : Soft Water Ue d ExdaslTely .
................ .. :...................".........***...*....*......? : Telephone 9127 114 Duval Street.Jefferson Hotel : : Phon. 13S Night 696 : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. :
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PRICE : Key West Garden ** ..............................................
TOURS : :: & Lawn Supply I When You Want FASTER, BETTER ....................... Fonder Customers. Friends and the Public Invited .
: ; I 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1013 : : : : :
: FLOOR SANDING : Frances Beauty Salon I j
: Passenger : :: Full i PET 'K eyes t, FlaSOUVENIRS.
: Representatives : : On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE ,. : Frances Park. Owner: .
forFLORIDA : : Full GARDEN Guaranteed Work Modern Methods : I 1010 GRINNELL STREET I
: : SUPPLY Line : : : : : ,

EAST j .onrlcous: Serrice and Delivery I Jr DOUGLAS TREVOR ; CONCH SIIELLS . r Beauty Culture. in all Treatments Us Phases J

...................... .. All Sizes / Permanents Scalp e
COAST RAILWAY ............**.*....... 5 1829 Harris Avenue Phone 1374-R ; Facials Shampoo Manicuring J .
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How Located: Next ..... .....***...*...********.eeeeeeee*. ....t.............................e....p.*.... ;. COCOAISTJTSSPONGES 5. ;.................For...Appointment..........Phone.....1391..........'
Sa\c 20% ; ............................................. .
DR. COBO'S on dwellings: Fire Insuranceby : Landscaping,Marl\ I'and I Top Soil Marion'sI CASA CAYO 'a :'I
OFFICE mere a n til ebldgs. : : ; IIUESO :
; ; household INSURING withAtlantic : TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK . BEAUTY SALON f ,
FLEMING STREET and per : MARL HAULED. $5.00 for 4 YARDS Will Ship fo Any Port "
: Rear el La Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : "Southernmost House in: VJSA I ;
Concha Hotel tonal effects. Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable of U.s or Canada ; .
1400 DuTal Street Telephone 1314 *: ,
: Save 157. on Policies Non-Ass.uabl. : ;

......PHONE........124eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.......:. MercantileStock_ J. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 ,. G WEmCR 1021 Olivia St. Marcy S. Palacio I ,! Personalized Expert Hair Tinting Permanent Hair.CUtting StylingCorectiye /\*.. t-e' ...u' ,. r

................................. .. PHONE 801 .: 401 South Street .; Facials I : .
=4" eeeeeeeeeee*** eeeeeeeeeei ......................?S......... KEY WEST. FLORIDA Not J &.
aI: .....................................eeeeeeeeeeSHOP n........................................... ,9.....e..............e ;>eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeee* Exclusive but Expensive **.*****..** I'l''
k : ; : ,.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeREAL .. ............................... ... e.
: : For More
2 Ride the Bus In the ; B & B CYCLE : r I
: : : 118 DUVAL STREET : ESTATE ural Hair Tiat- I
GOLF COURSE lag or Finest .
5 .r 822 Fleming St. R. M. Daniel Prop. Phone Ion . Open Daily and Sunday la Permanent :. l
J Cusliraan Motor\ Scooters i SERVING 5 P.M. to f\1.A.M. :; Appraisal Sale ;. ;. at Wares . ', ,

Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE Dinners : Leases Beauty '
. BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : Rental : ;

', Seals VTf Rental Service; .; ...............REASONABLE.............PRICES.....:.............. :, Management Colony 11!
TAKE : O Buddy ......................e.......e.....eeeeeee Improved and Vacant 521 SouthardNat. ,
: BUS : .. : : Properties in Key We t : Street
.. N0. 1 .. Parking Flags ; p' ,. ; j INSURANCE : ; and Monroe County a ., Next to Southernmost I II Is
to the O WindshieldsFootrests P ? >; < Beauty ;
; GOLF : : ; h A School ,
: and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE: : BeauticiansSpecializing
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Have fun.' Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : Key West Insurance Co. : : 411 Whitehead Fleming: ; StreetS19 Street , l Most Modern in ; ,,

'. KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ,' STEELCOTE: RUBBER ENAMEL its SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1171ieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : : Phone 124 and 73SReeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee B PhaseCuiture n.
...... ....,................... : Directly in Front of Postoffice : .. "
teeeeeeeeeeeeee ......................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee... < :..*........*...eeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. .. .i .S......Telephone. .]. .. $ 206 for Appointment. *****"*.*.*..: : ,I-

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Experience in Watchraak- ; FOR SALE ; : ; :
ing qualifies us to assure Our Customers Mutt BmSatisfied Your Entire Howe with Ur. bet _a 9:30 A.M.and 330 _, : S .
; ; P.M,-Appoiatmcnl* are accepted {J ..
you accuracy dependability OFFICE ; ; : ..
in repairs. ; \ , irtfrn public by Senior Students of 4. -r .
Whether it is the incx- 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1310 INLAID LINOLEUM 521 SOl I1IAUD 1 : '

I pensive the most seven costly seventeen jewel or OVERSEAS CYCLE STOREeeeeeeee .. or ASPHALT TILE :. : Opposite STREET Bus Station TheSouthernmost ., .
; School ;
JeweL guaranteed.infinite; ; care is always .. :..........................eee.......eeeeeeeeeeej.............eeeee.........'. I EXPERTLY INSTALLED ; ; ; I
PHONE Ito 1 of f Beauty t Culture I
If watch is not , "
giving you complete sat- DRUM BAR 'a d. A J
n 523 Southard Street
!isfaction. why not bring ; a : I West ; l lIt .
; in? Our charges are ex- : PACKAGE [EPARIMENT. Key .' -THEPorterAllen- ; There are a number available with over 800 hours ;
tremely reasonable. : : of state approved instruction who know the latest
92S DIVISION STREET PHONE: 1112 ; : : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
: DAN VAROLL ; _"We Deliver"- Floor Co. ; : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
WATCH REPAIRING and JEWELRY .. 0 licet Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : ; Covering :. Company ; beauty culture appointments do good are work not required at very low it U prices.advisable Although ;,

: Work Done On Premises ; Packaged Goods ..: .....130...DUVAL.......STREET..............KEY....WEST.FLOHIT A : '._ ; For Appointment Stop at :
......... .. 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 537
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51.5 I Street( iiiiiiii .. .... 'eeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ......
Firming :: eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* : .....................................
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: : : FAN S S 5 "S49 00 : : -liy l'nr- Mttrr When Yon Can: liny For less : : (

: R7You Go : : : and Pay .is Yon Wear ..r If": : : ; :

: Food Shopping : DIF" CASH or TEUMS : Ulli'iVI'C Regular $12.95 Values $10.95 '
"- B. Sure to Get . :, illlMl O PANTS Regular $10.95 Values $7.95 ..
: Tin* I'af"ot : :: ; ; FOR RENT
:) }! : l.a4i! ..'XAT: : SUITS IIALF.PIIICK S :
dIn Radio RepairService LaditV DRESSES Greatly Reduced a
: : just Arrired-WHITE- DRESSES.I ;, A Good Location On This Pate ; S

i .' ENRICHED BREAD J : : .Couch Covers Linens .Curtains .Plastic Table Cloths ; FOR 1.'FOIUI.fTIO.V. :
r .. : in SouthAl's 17oridn : : and Aprons .SilTerware Radios Electric Irons ; ...:
The Foundation oj Today's "Convenient Terms Arranged" .

i .; Meal Planning ; Ir: 1! Music Co. HAMILTON I MERCANTILE CO. .; Ask For the Advertising Manager ..

: : : 1512 :
RALPH ... f -, - ; n. Lat.t 522 Southard Street ; ; .
Corner Angela

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.. -. SPECIAL I.LKCIION 3/iAjt Sluthltird]
The Weather (Continued From Pf Onr)
Two Softball 'Games Are . .. Visits Cousins
n.Ia.l ... >..1.. :<:... Ainnl i.
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I a : r 1_ r l'' l rfill
>p" :f I\,'T \ lui.< FORECASTKey Iliak ....._ ,..., Mist; Beverly Stoddard, Syra-
i,, ..... aad ...'-' .... cum New York is spt'udiflin2
I I : Scheduled For Tonight West and Vicinity: Partly (I.Ia.p..I..raSire...-.r..1..MV m..'fI .Ir.-I..a.,... /'i..l.F two weeks in Key West with her

cloudy to cloudy with widely : ;.irl \lt.klU. .. IN.ral 1I..a.. nowaM. the mi ses Marilyn find
l l..n I I..r. XrvI Juanri. Iat"n: Lorraine Bennett 730 Eaton ot.
f..t:rolls MEET ELKS ix'It scattered showers this afternoon : I:" i r.c.. '...irx to attend the senior high vhnrj
and tonight partly cloudy F..iday. -i I .
; graduation exerciser
t r*>iBrlna f$5 Hall
FIRST; HOB'S TANGLE 'Hot' Saturday Not much teirparatunchange I 1"I.'k I ISIa.L..4Ii..k.. I Mina Stoddard s.3\"S'ht'- hfct-.
; xS l r H H In. ifi
'I Gentle to rnoderat- Mi. UarI .. Key went and would like to mok:'
ln>|iM it .r.Jot v ""
WITH snmoN? i IN t .., .. .. .. ..
I- r K J Itnw. VI' Ni .j.jI h 'r home here
j Tilt When Bob's winds mostly northeast and e.- . .
I i .< _.r. ton ".'r -I...<*.
today, fttH,. T %0.t 4
NIGIIT.ll'Two I f Florida: Partly l cloudy . .. ...
1 1 ka-- mmtm H 1I4.W KILL ATHLFTFS FOOT
1 Few showers ..... ...
# | Turner's Meet\ tonight and Fnda%' > I ImrUml'rk -TE-OL BEST SELLERSy -.
w.ftball games are scheduled '* :-A te. Na+w/k.rn.
/I in extreme outh portion this aft -irt...r.1. parr. N' "''lurktturrr ,11i Gardner's Pharmacy
for tonight at Bayview I\ Bob's Sport Shop, Icadinc. Little change in temperature ;i. \.' t h.rt.m.v..'-. .ik .,, .' .,
r ernoon. i ..11... ., T ,,-. ::11. 'tI" : 1:1. t ; -I'S- .n
Park I i softball team in the city will T:........ //rw s .._.. 1.:1.. ,_ : \4'1\\ ...'.
At 7:30 p. m.. in the first game,. give real opposition to the invading East Gulf of Mexico! and Jacksonville ; Ta.r."._ "1wrNai..rk '. 11.1. .T., .): r ,'"'\,",'.d'I'O r': '>'.1",',
Shop of Miami l .. .. \l. I-'.*'nAlt* or. I I-; ... I.. . ,. . . .. k. :..
Kantor Men'' Shop will play the Turner's Sport through the Florid 1'I/_ I: eoNlai'b.! ; iII .. ',. '. e .r.,. ....
Elks Club. Winner of this game when the visitor.> come here for Strait.Moderate northc. ..tlly'winds :.' ...n. I. \\ Itinf... I.I . I'". . I"

softball doubleheader Saturdav __
a cloudy weather 0-
will bein first place, for. al. and partly
I I> The American oil supply i. i :anyorris
night. today. tonight and Frida}. ....... ,
though the Elks are half a game a. an average of Shout "" n11 _
i As local fans know. Bob's Sport Jacksonville to Apalachicola: :
,ahead of Kantor's nine, a loss will r z..1.1OO.f: prlOf'll( a day t.t"1 1the
Shop has won ten straight league No small craft or storm warning' :S. We Wive III!
r behind d..n-t .t 215 360 (If>0 :eel 1 n'a
throw half
them a game games and are in first place in have been' i issued slat

and Kantor's will be perched on the Class "A" circuit COLORED TAPES

i : Miami's Turner Sport Shop has e Report -
fpIf the Elks win, they will remain won five and lost two game. andis Key West. Fla., June 3. 1048 and CORDfor
second in the Moore Paik
on top by a game and a League of that citv. 1 J (Observation taken at City Office. lour

h-lf Bob's Sport Shop has ten ?lAt 8:30: A.M.. EST) N1.,2.2.L.! \-E\ETIA r.MMis

It is expected:! that Joe Lewis players hitting .300 or better u. tyu..ra., .... Temperaturehighest 8C .. to Match \nv Color Scheme!!
will hurl for the Elk and Ever- Jack Villareal is Betting th tee Swtftmg for the Men's Shop. i: in the league and Buster Robert HERE ARE FOUR GOOD REASONS WHY Con :ie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics are leading the Lowest last night 78 khl..l .a.wla, vier nd(I 1P It 1rInrref.w iA I'rtn

In the nightcap Bob's Sport' is close behind. These playersare American League. Left to right: Third Baseman Hank Majeski. First Basemen Ferris Fain. Sec Mean 32 Tap eta hete r.Ld PAINTING

Shop will play SubRon 4, (if they members of Bob's outfit. end Baseman Pete Suder. and Shortstop Eddio JoosL The As infielders hare handled 834 chances Normal 81 eke : 1.0 ey\ R E TAPING
; evu..Wl
are in from their cruise). If not Hancock and Roberts are leadvfor this season with only eight errors for an average of ..991.I Precipitation -. _. CORDING
V .
Total last 24 hours .00 n13.I ...-.---- -- -
it is expected" that the USS Odax : mound duty and Walker will .-- -- -- - - --- - ---1 V I .- -----.-----.- .. PAIRING K
I Total this month .00 Ins! --

vho hard gave game the Monday Adams night.boys sucha will catch.Santana Joe on second.Mira will M be Hernandezon on first. !I 1 1f MVUHI ROSE. IIVNCFK; .\M U P,\MILAvlrphoi' I 1 I Deficiency this month :6.79 J4 In', I I IExcise -_-:i_. -omo; _: KEY WEST

,Shop take on boys.the Hancock league-leading will probably Sport- .; short third with and Barber Albio Jack Acevedo Villarealand at I rty Recreation -- -.. 1t Total this this year year 61.9 i in Ins ,, GARDNER'S PHARMACY VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY

Relative Humidity 1114 Division Su Cor. Varela 123 DUVAL STREET
pitch for the pacesetters andO Casaao in the outer gardens
at 8:30 A.M. : PHONE 177 . FRES DELIVERS
the fastest
Neil for the Submarine boys. These boys form one of : f Programi .
The first game was transferred r outfield combinations in South I C9 1!
from Friday night because of the Florida. Castro and C. Albury %..
Len 8:30 A.M. .
( )
High School dance i I also are ready for actionINDIANS .
prom i! 29.90 ins., -1012. inl s. = MONROE MARKET TELEPHONE 411 .
Night ',':'n :a Kn.wlt't Prop. ..
| Bavview Park Tomorrow's Almanac

ATHLETICS I I TONIGHT: Sunrise 5;,13 a.m. B'B' 533 William Street t at the Corner of ...

} Fir-t Gamt'-VX.1 v-s N val Sunset: 7:13: p_mMooni : : SOUTHARD STREET ...

II I lit:pit:il. ice :3:22 a m I :
= Here will find the foods that to make *
Bob SpoitI you go your
Gauze > _
Scconl Moonset 4:3C p miinns j F1'OIIS'
LOSE NIGHT CONTESTSStill I Show vs. SuhUon 4. ., I: meals a success. THEY ARE THE BEST QUALITY 3

1 I FRIDAY I II II Ii l I :: t.t the LOWEST PRICES. consistent with trend cf the market- .3GROCERIES ..

I Still Lead Junior ; First Gaino-Flks vs.! KantorMeta i Tomorrow :

s Shop. I (Naval Base) | :E and MEATS 1 3 3IlUirS

Second Game-VFW vs. Adams: z I: ,Eastern Standard Time) I: .
: League; Slight brad Flyers' Medical Dairy I, r High Low I C airs \ M.FI; VltLO: 3

.. Our "hila.I..I.Ihia .I SATURDAY 714am. 12:40 ;a.m.! i I -

Slipping | Men In Great First\ -Game Turn-<'r's Bol/-Miami? Sport Soon Shops it ' \ 7:15: p.m 1:03: p.m. !E STOCKS ARE COMPLETE NOW I

: ShopS ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA "I := (,rt Them If litlc They Ire fresh!: ..
S 1 87 ,_... P..1 I I i Game Friday Tond Game-VFW vs Turn Reference Station Key West I I. .
: .... ......... .
/ *" NEW YORK. June 3.-Cleveland II er's Miami Sport Shop. Time of Height of : I ..... .......

Indians and Philadelphia I I I Friday night at 7 30 o'clock. I. S'.tionTid. ]high water .

Ic Athletics both lost last night the i I the VX-1 Flyers \yill tackle the JUNIOR SOFriULL ; ''I' BaLia Honda I Ion Alirayt Do Helter ,When Yon Shop ntARCHER'S
t Indians to the Washington: Sen- !' Bayview Park. Aiternoon. (bridge) __ -Oh 10m 00ft I
tators, 2-1. and the Athletics to Naval 1 Hospital nineA' great and Morning No Name Key i; !

-ChK-ago, 7-3. St. Louis Browns 1 gam can be expected \\hen the Daily play r (east end) _+2h 20m

''defeated the Boston Red Sox, l teams take to the field at liaj i' \ "J Boca Chin I .

.3-1 I| view Park.I TENNIS MAURI ROSE (right) hurries to his fiancee. Miss Ruth Webt (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m i 814 FLEMING STREETSEMISELFSERVICE

The two night games last night Park. Afternoon I worth (left), and his two children by a previous marriage after Caldes Channel I' MARKET
TheFl'ers have added to Bayview
,In the National League the I pep the Memorial Day automobile race on the Indianapolis I (north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft
winning '
.Brooklyn I Dodgers defeated" the their club and are playing like f and Night I oOo 1'lnnti' Onlert \
I Speedway. He and Miss Wentworth plan to be married June 'I
Daily i
?>t. Louis Cardinals 5-3 while they mean business.
I 13. Just before this picture was made. Movie Actress Barbara :
Boston Brave took the Pitts-
the It will be Martin versus Byron --Minus Correction ll&aIl6.
'burgh Pirutw. into camp, 61. on the mound. i SKATING I I I Britton awarded Rose the Borg.Warner trophy and was readyto ( to be subtracted
7* New York Giants tamed the : Park. Night give hiri the traditional kiss. But Mauri ki'sed his fiancee turn
In the second game of the eve- Bayview (+)-Plus sign' : Corrections t
.Cincinnati Reds 73. while the I 1 instead.
'i I ning. Adams Dairy will oppose FRIDAY ; be added..
.t Chicago Cub nipped the Phila- i '
7:00 to 9:00 P.M.
f the Veterans of Foreign Wars. : : r --- -- --- -- - ---- -- (h-Hour.
.delphia Phillies. 2 tol. in 12 I Sue Griffen will pitch against I ARTICLE \SJOl T (m-Minute
To Wetl
timings* esterday Frank Tynes. BASEBALLMunicipal 1 I Apply i I (ft)-Feet. For This WEEKENDat t
Vic Ka-schie gained his sixth (Continued From Pace One) 1 1 I
I j -straight victory yesterday pitchIng Stadium. Afternoon i An ; for Prices!
: application a marriage Reasonable Every-Day
SUNDAY j i crs splash aoout without paving ;
the New York Yankees to a license filed the I I ,
wa yesterday in HAVE BUYER FORMacARTHUR
,1-0 triumph over the Detroit Ti- How Tliey tanFloridaInternational To be announced. admittance Game charge office of County Judge Raymond HOME? Our Quality and Prices
Army Barracks. Afternoon i Fish Abound In Gulf We Invite You to Compare
I R. Lord Eail E. Weinman. 42.
t '' by:
eers.The SUNDAY With emphasis on riE'f'p-sea fish- Call I< alter Ileebe
1 scores'AMERICAN and Alice V. Morse 34, both of i I I
LEAGUE 1:15: Atomic Bomberss ing for strange Ironical species. FRESH SHIPPED DRESSED and DRAWN
Washington. D. C. Associate of Fred Dion. Realtor
Night Game I Ramblers. Key West is a fishermanj paradise ,i I
( 524 Southard Street
1.I R. n. E. Baseball League 330: -Adams Dairy ,'s. Sub Hard-fighting game Tish- : CHICKENS 2 to 3 Pound Average Ifa. 48cGrade

f Washington 251 11 Club- W. 1. Pet. Ron 4. ;( sailfish. dolphin bonito and tuna. when about 80 per cent of the PHONE 166

Cleveland 151 i I Tampa 3519 .648 abound in the Gulf Stream For 'nv's residents were on relief I A" Large Shipped j Wilson's SLICED

f'l i : Scarborough and Early; Lemon I Ifl Havana 35 :21 .626 Police Problem)I ] i i I S50 a part of five or ,less 'an' there arc more jobs in Key: West

'I fl ,and Ilcgan. : SL Petersburg 31 26 .5-14 charter a boat for a days deepsea today than thl'are ptr-ons t.. WEAKI EGGS . . DOI. 54c I BACON . LB. SSeVIL50N'S

--- I Miami ..___ _ _29 28 .509 PAWTUCKET. R I. Mrs.lJoseph fishing Boats that stay clT- fill them I
Night Came i Miami Beach _ 28 27 .soq Gilrres 34. mother of er to shore can be hoarded for $1 Product of the depression: dav: >.

R. H. E.: Lakeland 25 31 .446 eight children and expecting her' a head. The latter charge! includes the island now hrs a large arlistv NERVOUScranky :i Fresh Creame BUTTER-. 77C

Chicago -.711 21 WE'3t Palm Beach 21 33 .389 ninth. walked into police headquarters i bait and drop lines colony. When traditional fishing -

Philadelphia 391 Fort Lauderdale 19 38 .333 with four of her children KeyVest has but one big, !sponging and :shipping furnished 'every month?
Haynes and Weigel; Deitrich,I Ii and announced that she had swank hotel! the Casa Manna scam liveiihoml government Are you troubled by distress dh.turbsnc.s of- dread LEAN Swifts Skinless
fun tlonal periodic
t 7 i Potter Harris, Coleman and I Major Baseball Leagues come to stay untilorneone provided During the main winter scascn a relief ascncies: brought .1 female? Don this mate you.... feel an II RIBS LB. 44cVEINERS. LB. 43c
curb SPARE .
Franks, Guerra. a home for her family. double room with private bath :small! group of art: ;tto KevWest tired, bl-h-strung nrrtotu Lrdl Plnk-
times? Then b try
t AMERICANClub She told police she was tired. commands from $33 to $.;;> per : to stimulate a lagging econ buns Vcsctable compound; to,..11e"*

I Night Game W. L. Pet I of living "from pillar to post"since dav. meal ; included Tourist rooms omv such evmptofus Is made rtprcwor Plnkham*iro-ne Compound j Cern.Fed WESTERN Wilson Tenderized:

R. H. E. NW York __ 21 14 600( she was evicted from her and 1 small hotels are less expensive Through! the v" ar". the txland- It also ba what Hector call astomachic ,
. . ___ and lush colors have tonic erect Any dnvMeI" Pork Chops nor
while motels blazing
St. Louis 390 St. Louis 20 16 .556' apartment last December and fed attractive (motor sun
Boston - _On 1 7 1 Pittsburgh 20 17 .541 Jup I with landlord; who "shut the court buildings) tJn the bcac'i: attracted moix and more LYDIA E. PINKHAM'SAUTOMOBILE coMToBDrug: D* :51 ( Stlinc End lb.50cWHITE
Roast -
Sanford and Moss; Parnall and Boston _ 18 17 .514 door in my face when I tell them charge about $8 a day for a doll t'rs. Today many .>f Key \
Tebbetts. Brooklyn 17 20 .459 'I have eight children:' It posed ble room and bath ; PE'rmant'nt- r.' lt' nt" art: pamt-I :.-
In to the thirties sional .mists md art s'"d
a serious problem for the police contrast cai'y r
Cincinnati 18 22 .450 _
,Chicago _. 15 22 .405 I HOUSE (11115c
New Yoik I G 0Detroit
I 051 STE \ISIII" HOL-IKS) nHUEI'ST; I LOO1)) TtlRI'I'Se :: We till all prescriptions when

Huschi and Berra Houtteman NATIONALClub _" 0- _. ___ ___ __ __ __ __ .___ __ _ __ your old car starts giving you
and Swift. ; W L. Pet trouble.We j I Carnation EvaF: rated MILK 3 Cini 38cLarge

-; Cleveland 23 12 65 carry a complete line c
X' '
I NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 26 14 650 Brake Parts. Ignition. Gas Fitting: I' Package "33" Quart Bottles

Game New York 22 16 .579. Spark Plugs. Fan Belts.
Night RILE St. Louis 17 17 .500' AT YOUR SERVICE . SUPER: Suds ::32(> Bleach 2 for 35c

t Brooklyn 5 8 1 Detroit 19 21 .475 t DAY OR NICHTPIIOE

St Louis 370 Washington 19 24 442 : : IIT MAGNOLIA Long.Grain Package

Hat ten and Hodges; Munger, Boston> VV 15 24 3S5 .
RICE I 17e
Biazle and Rice .Chicago 10 26 .294 JANE J and SHINE I IItI\ . e1111122( . . .

J HGme; Softball Leagues 1502 BERTHA STREET STRING No.2 Can: LIQUID Quart Bottles

1 Boston R.5 10 II. E.1 Class "A" wff BEANS 2 for 23r Starch 2 for :35c

Pittsburgh 1 3 0 Club-* W L. PC ,

Sain and Masi; Lombardi, Bob's Sport Shop 10 0 1.000 I

Gregg and KlutU and Fitz Vets of Foreign Wars 4 5 ...-1.. a BROADWAYCIGAR SUGAR Factory Packed 5 Pounds 39c

l'rald.1 I Adams Dairy _ 2 C 550

R. II E.I SubRon 4 u 2 7 .222 STORE TOMATO APPLE In Jars

New Cincinnati York _ 791 4 11' 11', Clui'W.Class "B" L. Pet. , t t I Ii 61O Dinal Street I Paste 3 cans 25c; ( I JELLY I I _} for r 25cMl ;

Jansen and Livingston; Vandermeer. -I Elks Club 5 2 716 t I ia

Cross. Baumholtz I Kantor Men', Shop 5 3 .625 aA4'
Hughes and Lamanno. Naval Hospital 3 4 .429 COMPLETEBASEBALL LIBBY'S :'\'\ \ 1GE

VX-1 Flyers :2! 6 .250 IloiiM-) "t hl'H.KU I > 2 can, : : ..

I n. II E.I I is. .;i7.,- i.ti.) 2.V:

Chicago :281! WILLOV' SMILh Quart BottleCLOROX
Philadelphia 110 1 I \\ I.ICII. (.n \I'ELHE
Dobernic. MtCall and McCul- II-lis t 15c
Forte( .1 :t.V; . .
lough and Walker; Leonard and I i, r ."k'- tar wee 2 lnU.
Semmick. i I BRANDS of

} Are you a clockwatcher'!"' ; FLORIDA FLORIDA
\I' \\ II. 1,1..1"
Zionists have built fishing :,ked the tmplojtr of the candidate II STERNWHEEL STEAMSHIP PORTLAND Cigars and ColdSoft CELERY. 2 Bns. 13c ORANGES Dor. 20c
THE turns .
villages on the coast of Palestine for a job. her paddle wheels slowly to hold a barge I'
with each village supplementing -Jfo I don't like Inside work" I against a weakened span of the Interstate bridge across the flooded Columbia river between Port 1 Drinks
i Your Order. We Meet All Advertised Prices
When Purchasing
Vancouver. Wash. The
its income replied the applicant.I' land. Ore. and torrents threatened to until the
by subsistence farm- m a wash out the bridge ship'I I ...
in&- w ttialtc-btervr. i Came to the re.cue. i



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Marie CnPl lick -J FLAMES SWEEP STOCK YARDS WITH $600,000 DAMAGE 1 -.. p .; _ :...ff ;:' -':. '_... _: -' - :-- ",'" -'lie-,

t __ _______.._.....,..,, ices I
f Represented Jtt /e t:
: Art Exhibition; .' : I JUST GOOD FOODS rest 1

l ..,. ... E . .
i A group of local scenes painted "5i1. .
I '
; by Miss Mine Cappick. : will be fit ..:, .ir- .I
the fourth 1
included in thirtj an- AT
nual exhibition of painting and 'r. .:- --. ; :\Ta: ;n
sculpture by members of thr k...
provincetoT Art Association
Provmcetow. Mass. The first p. I I
showing June 27 to July 2>. vil; ,
include three oils representing c i i
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r r South J1f>ach. Dawn on Coca Chit w.
t ca: and Night Fall.Kej' West.
l In the sev*tid showing sthed;:1r I Ir I- .., Le 7wa :
r ed fur August 1 to September 7. I 1 I
will inclucU lurid| flower pieces
., This will IK Miss C<:ppilk': blh
exhibition at rrointrant *
Others include FlU!ula itick, ), rs
Cleveland Ait, Center, and l Cleveland win 1 1-"
. C.n 'tontl'l.i ('U'\,< i 1i -
t OluoConuneiiceint'nt. >F s 600 Fleming Street. WE DELIVER Telephone 48 'I 11.11.IMr

ell :
a \
.dp L- ,
6 1) il Today A IIOllf.lllss 'I' ", ., a Jir '
Carton IA
A RAGING FIRE SWEEPS through an area of six square blocks in the livestock yards at South I Ir I
High St. Paul Minn. Damage was estimated at 56Ca.OOO. About SO head of cattle. 75 freight cars "'::: ; J M ,

Dr. Charles S-Unill Mortis, II.r loading chutes hay storage. sheds and a large secticn of pens were destroyed.Monroe .. of i.t h ;.
r orator minister and educator will :
(aunty l-.muni.sionel's and tafmmmammaanSTRONG: !!
deliver th' commencement .tl- : CountyCouncil; doo'-I|'
tors of the community have ( ARM BRAND
dress at Douglas High S<'ho<>l :tt:
F C m. today on the newly I asked to attend. TRIUMPH -
r p constructed Holding i I
l basketball Court.Dr. -- I I Llliltl"S Ntl, 2'I

t[. Amen. Morn's greatest u> Negro noted orators among i.lIeettnrr t Tonight I 1.' of Nature man's. behavior versus nurture is instinctive-what I I I MILL. COFFE'f.I-.i SLICED BEETS IGc'rmo"r.] : ,
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l' The Monroe County Council of and what the result of training Star Irroar.Clirtpc'd WI/OLE
f' Clnh Meets At and environment-is an old conI I All Grocers
parents and teachers will meet
. tro\ersy. 'I . 1 N1E-
tonight at 7:45 clock: in the Ha- t\:
- - - -
f l1Irs. Ndllla".y"'s HAMSC lu. ,
ri. Elementary s 'hoolMemo '" No CC'OkJ'<:: 7CROSF111LI.
t.' s I ,.: : -L3 '
"< '' of al' :.T.A. units PIE PPLES le '
rs as
The Fmi ''
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t, dub :371, held .its first meeting well as all pannts_ have been invited .-:' )a- 1-1: !mtiE I 4
[ Tuesday night in the residenceof 10 attend trft meeting.. cu roF pL ST -
Cootiette Nell Haurv on Margaret Mint* .-, of the school hoard \ Dixie wR ;! I :NO.) 2: SIZE Ir"our-s f'mti" 1..11 I

f: :::. strettPlans : .h__ _bt'iowl' ___lru."t'S.___the__Monnetour __ \ '
discussed h
l for the Crlsta\s
were i for HAMS PIC NIC L6.IH't'ON'S 45c
: coming }'eal's entertainment and i .JIL.! PEAS 2 27' ,
[,; welfare work for the newly insti i. Crocer SELLS: Thai Cood .u. .
f; tuted tlub i -
Several members. ere planning i ito STAR BRAND -polR : ( 1.Oz.( 1Life, "mfJ..r" "Iflr
attend thi Grand Crawl to be I I AMERICAN -
.held at Wt Palm Beach on Jun 1 and CUBAN LUrFlLlL 1 t i \ I FRANKS CELLO-PACKED< LB. 49t
" i ; uzfttrt CATSUP 19c
I 12 194U which u> Coot.etti Da> j I .
of the VFW Entampment: n.t'I I, '-Try-- A Pound Tod.Y'- j..,.-;;:;:::-:;. .
Cooliettf'preSlnt were

. Edith Mesdames Whitney Edna, Edna It Johnson.Arthur. ..;.-:..: :.:" .-'- '-- : :: .--:{-:::'..< '.'.. -... ." - -- :': ,--_ l.IB1a's SLIEU: No. I Flat Tin -'r"wur' If)III t

s Vanessa Sajnders MarSmith.. = I LEG 0' LAMB\ 65c .
Mary, Bryant Florence] Lena Solomon Ruth Plowman D..i..v- 0 .

-... Curry and Vera C. Wood VICTORYQuality 1'REIIIER
The next Cootiette Crawl will fur I I'''iat Tin hrn/t a (,otor'r1
I t.e held on Tuesdav: July 6. "I( ,
8:00 p. m. at the residence. of PARKAY 49cGrapefruit
Cootiette Daisy Cuirv TUNA . . .
19 Graduates

GROCERIES 1028 Division Street Phone 1080 MEATS : '
At Saint; Leo'svwrial I nI.B BlICK I

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<.1. a iii r rALLIED
rune ST.students LEO Ala. the June largf.-&t 2.-number Foitj'- We Are A Member of the I '

I in the 53 year. history of Si I>-oColleee '."
: lleparatoiv School. ieceived : Juice :
;r diplomas of graduation SUPER MARKETS l lt lw
from the upper school: 4evel here
n. 2 (:"n
, this week at commencement cere -
" monies. Seventeen received di \ Other ODUCE "
j plnmas ol graduation trom the Many Specials That Are Not ListedfNAHATMA 5c

t' eighth grade le\el .....
Frank Sosin Key W.tas a FREE PROMPT DELIVEHY1
;.; --
member '01 l the class. JUICE
''i .- Speaking at the exercises the ELI.: 11(1ltiF/ [ :
,1 Right Reverend Francis Sadhti RICE 2 39c :
Lb. Pkg. ;; ; ORANGES.
l.: O-Sli.; president the students of the for school.praised thenhigh DOZ 23c /Iti

'. level ol achievement m the CO F FEE CALIFORNIA WHITE SKIN
t Present school leim Twent\

:I five ment special were presented swat ds fm at ache the!

IT--PAYS Standard! NO 2 49c
: Pack CAN 10eI: . . i 1

R (II livii ]'o..",.,' Sir Ato .' ',
Sf 1'ourWhen Ihtrlnr! I I ClOROX 15e'MORTON'S : :MMTIIKISNTISSUE( {: ONIONS ib 6c Y : :
You re Sick and Tired of QT. BOTTLE
Trying to Sell Your PropertySre I

\\',\ / : iuinr: : 2 rolls 17c :;i

OFFICE,Associate 524 of Fred SOUTHARD Dion. Reiltor ST. SALT Package 7c II "

PHONE 166 I .( __'_:".-. ,-. _: .. Jii-.' We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities : '.' ;a;,. : '"" ;;r.:: _' .'. '
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ffa., rf OOyi TOILET TISSUE 3 ROll? 29c "


fEAID fYArY w unsweet PRUNE J UICEOT. 29e : ,,'

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r r.S I' PEANUT BUTTER 12-oLJ.. 29c K -:

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tr ; Pic-Nic HAMS cr Half 8-lb. Aye. 44c

Th* DOME tells you
when is sealed!

.TS..101). row) lid loll it DOME lh.. .o(12.i.."P'X l to* : SLICED BACON -lb. 63c tics

.Mete... i.r iar..1 la Juil teal.pain Fits lo any test !

if DOME i. down. jar i

._'.1e4.tef'.Ton w...KNOW.. )po.)p.con'"r foods UiM ... r.:

j. DOME loll lids Jar> sealed with. Ball Grade 'A' Wisconsin EGGS DOZ. 56c NOW at Your dealers. . lim ;

_ | = t waa yw- in the NEW q
..indarl..,o_..Ia1Mw... PICK-UP 6 TODAY _.
_rKf-rw ie/c...caw._w-._-_10.-./raid- SPECIALS: Good Thursday( Friday and( Saturday) METAL CARRIER ; ;

IALI IIOTHIIS CO. it NE ;; I 13 -Erery Big 1'.,"',. Srrrfs You 12 Itelicinus OunceiPcpsi -- '. J "..,? !

MUMC" *.HCUJ4A We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantity, a;-_ -
r Cola Company. Long Island City. N. Y. Bottled by Pepsi Cola Bottling Co cf Key Vie*t. Phone 581 IF
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PHONE: 215 901 DUVAL ST. oL ;,5T. i i' Nabisco
Is A .
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f LEAN HAMS . ._Ib.I 45c ? !a ii; SAVING at t theBROADWAY I DAY. ,...P. ... RITZ I'oiuulIH Iwirg I....".."'.........

PURE LARD 29c I NUCOA . 33 tU. 19c
(<\ vi. al PK-IKOMV: I STKKKT" UT"\I L at rimiOMX: STKKET:( l tL< al I'KTKOMA STKKKT:

:i-iiEl\TS VilCK C'or; ,, :ia.-...nOZE"i"I..1 Ib. 49c $j 1 WINDSOR 1. /Ittf'KVFffftMt.: ; ..tlWEHfESIIFRUITS


GRADE, "A" FILLET BEEF 89c<= fcJrailr :W Chiffon (Flakes] :r:927lO!: f.ali/ornia Snnkist 'in' Sizr I Hill 1.0111.: . . . . 25'floz. ,
(. **.\"(;ou'rlm."I.II pc..I.,1 With


I I _Corn_Bread_ 1 Mix_ 2_Pkgs. 29i-_ mart 12c
POUND LUNCHEON POUND E :KulllrFlorida . . . .

p STE1A7b. 2gc HEARTS Peach DELIGHT Nectar 2 *CANS 23c CABBAGE{ Pound 2c I I WHITE I MEAT

SUNSWEET TUNA "('(;:;,11 r 41c
--:.. 1 Medium: I ( I Prunes 2-Pound Package 33 C Florida Juicy/er.uar
Grailr M\** iil-IiioHTiril| WKSTKHN SMOOTH CREAMY


; ItKST S"flr.f"rt'c': DEL MONTE EARLY .
I $125
CORNEDBEEF BreakfastBACON r..a Garden I PEAS No.CAN 119t S'V'vN1'1f (: . . .
Ready to Eat 69c ( In Piece, 49e s YACHT GRAPEFRUITJUICE f- \o. I ,Wai in' l O-ll.ilecl! ling

.........3 SS 2'X-' BAByH'FOODSTU
Neck Bones Chitterlings Tripe Pig Feet. . Ib.29cE{D NABISCO SuperSpuds 69c -
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Shredded Wheat \I'EU: ; :$ Jar 2Vr
" : CLICQUOT CLUB BEVERAGES _ _ _ ciiori'Kii: / . 2 Jar27r

IVORY[ si Ginger Alc-Strawbcrry) O.
I .I Y 3 Qis., IVORY[ FLAKES =;
Cream Soda Root Beer . CHOICE PLUS j&L/C DEPOSITPremier's :: 29cVatciiiiclons98c

RINSO Quart . . . 19
Uolllcf ;
Crushed PINEAPPLE 1\O'ltNSlze 27c
,, : g .
\ FRUIT COCKTAIL I '..N: .\\ \..?.. :, 2 NO. 1CANS 39cCAMPBELL'S I -*,,fall M "ilrt'I'FlarorHLISS Long 11.1H.1'I'lt1 train IItoara'... Delight jtriiulion; ; Great; t.alnr I puca'uuu: ,
Htaty Syrup 1:1L1FOI\11,: 1 TomatoCOFFEE
SOUPS 3 [+( + + + RICE:( FruitCocktail{ MILK 1 I PeachesLIUK Juice
Ollt--I'OII11,1 { ; :
I Tall S' .
VECETAIJLE-VEGETABLE BEEF TOUR CHOICE I l I'o t nul l <(<:.4111 I.Ut''a' gee' I7.C'0.: 21:0<: Si7.- I(.UL. Sil.t'I
'i i CllICKEN-Cream of MUSHROOM I *> Q I 45c 2 f for 39c 2 l"::0a.: ... DOC 0/T 3 cans 39c I 2 cans 49c 2 cans 29c

Chicken NOODLE-Chickcn GUMBO.ZCans/7C

Qakhill TOMATOES &;ie'; . . . .2 cans 25c : I Top l/ M E ATS PhiladelphiaCREAM I DEWKIST FROZEN FOODSQlla"
Del Monte WHOLE KERNAL I2-Oi. Size I McGRATH'S 16Oz.Size I j ) 1\ Whole' STRAWBERRIES' . . I 16-Oz.Pkg. '19l"I )
CORN 2 cans 29c |CAKED> BEANS 2 cans 27c I ARMOUR'S (Georgia Peach) SKINNED-TENDERIZED CHEESE ELBERTAFrcctilonc 16.0z.
j 1 ( PEACHES./1 ( . LW
Del Monte\ TOMATO JUICE.... ... ''tr 23c B !I HAM "IIULE or Ib.STK 59c 2. ;a I'Lg'b.... 29 C BLACKBERRIES . 1 16 Pkg.Oz. ".>.- "
:\C; E\n': Pkg. )lWILSON'S
LARGE PACKAGE IVORY Medium Bars : I LAUREL Bllt'SSELL' / SPROUTS() . 10 Pkg.Oz. OH'>l 1
DUZ . . 31c SOAP. 3foi'33cg.. 1 I
SLICED BACON lb. 57c limE; tlI\ST\I.: (.lmll.TWGRADE

SIIEUU\ I fill{ STK\\I: C;
CaliforniaVINE "(:,:rJ;\, :LJ.fljths: 5 59cIlttiGtThL G E .1 FOWL_ :2'!!" ,lo.'; lb. 59 111EL1.111\APPLE" SAUCE I-UL..lOe J\ll II

n. i e: \ILI.U\V: K
MTV I 11)I( I I) 12-0 I s
Potatoes t 101Iis.49c' I ONIONS 2 Ibs. 15cfe::1 UTTER . POUND ROLL 75c APPLE JELJLY2roi. : 291
\UMtiurs' ; MM I; 1 I.\\sCorned

8 .I'I'uinnlFAISC : ; I' 29c 3 I EGGSGRADE IN CARTON DOZ. J/C Beef Hash 2 cans 59C
:\' WIMXSU: (;UEI-\rUl.::
I I No Other Store Offers You More Low Prices More) Days) :A Week Than 1 THE BROAD\\\\AY!!!
APPLES 3 IB, 39c Carrots 2 Bn$. 27
Delivery Available, Furnished by the B.&B. Delivery Ser>ic

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