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JL, SOCIETY By PATRICIA ★ PHONE 535 MISS NAOMI SANDS BECOMES BRIDE OF TREVOR BUTLER, U. S. NAVY At a quiet, candlelight wedding 7:30 o'clock last night, Miss Edna Naomi Sands, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Sands, 2746 Staples Avenue, became the bride of Sea man First Class Trevor Butler, son of Mrs. David Butler, Vand ling, Pennsylvania. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Grant W. Duncan, pastor of the First Baptist Church, in a beautiful setting of pink gladioli in ribbon-bedecked basket and a pair of candelabrum?, each hold ing seven lighted white tapered candles. The wedding was per formed at the residence of the bride’s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Buckley, 506 Grinnell street. The bride, fourth of five Sands sisters to be joined in holy wed lock. wore a wedding dress of slipper satin and a fingertip veil. Her only accessory was a strand of pearls. She carried on her left arm a bouquet of white chrysan themums. The groom was dressed in the traditional blue of the U. S. Navy and was, accompanied by ETM2c Theodore Adams, Elizabeth, W. Va.. as best man. The bride’s attendant was her sister. Miss Elizabeth Sands, who wore a pink • satin and toulle gown Her accessory was a string of pearls and she carried a bou quet of cosmas. Preceeding the ceremony, Bob- Candid Cad Visits barn Theatre “The Candid Cad” was stroll ing down the twinkle lighted lanes of Key West the other dav and perchance dropped in on a meeting of the Key West Bard Theater Group. The “Cad’’ was grossly enchanted by the clever ly improvised little auditorium containing a cozy, intimate stage. The Barn Theater Players were busy casting a very entertaining hit of production called “The Blithe Spirit” which will be presented to the public in the early part of February. These are some of the im pressions that the Candid Cad received of the players angling for parts in the production: Paul Smith, the bookman, earnestly reading the part of Charles’ in a flamboyant, devil may care manner; ‘Ruth’s’ part being cleverly read by Mrs. Guy Carle ton. ‘Ruth’ is the wife of *Charles’ and in the play is a prim, meticulous looking, typi cal across the breakfast table wife. Mr. Guy Carleton, citizen de France, portrayed ‘Dr. Brad man’ s° well, that in my esti mation he is the typical medic, with that efficient, antiseptic, “scalpel please’’ look about him. ‘Dr. Bradman’s wife’ was de picted with a patient, study air by Mrs. A. C. Topmiller. Edith’ the cute, bewildered, curtseying naaid was nicely voiced by Nancy Morgan. The omnipresent specter, ‘Elvira’ a clever toung ed. caustic witted, departed wife of ‘ Charles’ was expertly read by Mrs. Janice White. Lt. Eleanor Clough, together with explosive Emily Goddard, had the gayest time of all—jointly reading the part of rollicking, seance calling ‘Madame Arcati’. Included in the guest audience were George White; Larry Nath an. Major and Mrs. Henry Morse. Lee Goddard, Emil Hanns, Mrs. Betty Gibson, Sam Bell. George Lauria, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brodowski, and three members of the American Red Cross Corps; Harriet Parker, H. Porter and Elsve McKeown. The production “Blithe Spirit” ts under the capable supervision of Directress Maida Lazarovici. Dumont Sterling Has Army Discharge Dumont Sterling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Euric Sterling, of 1216 Virginia street, has returned from two years overseas and has been discharged from the Army. He has four battle stars on the £uropean Theatre of War ribbon and also has the good conduct medal. Mr. Sterling was a serg eant and made the landing in Normandy and was in the cam paigns resulting in the final de feat of Germany. Ladies Dine War Veterans There will be a joint meeting by the Ladies Auxiliary, VFW, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 3911, Sunday at 2 p. m., at the Flagler Avenue Cigar factory. The ladies will serve pot luck dinner to the veterans in the afternoon, and in the evening tltere will be a social gathering. bie Mae Buckley, niece of the bride, and Claude Salis sang as a duet, “I Love You Truly” (Carrie- Jacobs Bond), accompanied on the piano fcjy Mte; Salis. The bridal party catne in to the ..strains of Lohengrin’s Processional and de parted to Mendelssohn’s Wedding March. Mrs. Salis played the Pro cessional and Recessional on the piano. Immediately following the cere mony, a reception was held at the Buckley residence for close friends and relatives who attend ed the ceremony. A three-tier wedding cake, topped by a bride and-groom replica under a minia ture arch, was cut by the newly weds. The wedding cake and delicious fruit punch were served. Mr. and Mrs. Butler, recipients of many beautiful and useful gifts, plan to leave tonight for Vandling, Pa., where they will make their future home. Before entering the Navy, Mr. Butler was an employe of International Busi ness Machines in Vandling. He was given his service discharge Monday. Out-of-town guests at the wedding and reception were Mrs Alfred Jones, sister of the bride from Vero Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Har old Jones, of Albany, N. Y., moth dr-in-law of the bride’s sister from Verb Beach, and Seaman First Clas3 Howard Porter, Atlanta, Ga.. friend of the groom. Miss Moreno Completing Musical Education Miss Beatrice Moreno will leave shortly for New York City where she wiii complete her last semester in the Julliard Institute of Musical Art. f Miss Moreno underwent a ton sillectomy recently and must re cuperate for a period of two weeks before making the trip. Faculty Party January 18 The Division Street Room mothers held a meeting Tuesday in the library of the school. They are planning for the faculty party to be given on January 18th in the annex of the Lee Memorial Church. On the refreshment committee are: Mrs. Mary Hampton, Mrs. Annie Maloney, Mis. Jeanette Sawyer, Mrs. Anna Rosam. On the program committee is: Mrs. Dorothy Edwards, Mrs. Kola Reed and Mrs. Jenny Williams. The decoration committee con sists of Mrs. Nelly Hendricks. Mrs. Edna Brady and Mrs. Eva May Yates. The gift committee is Mrs. Marion Curry and Mrs. Nathalie Curry. Cruiser Survivor Resting Here In Key West for a well needed rest is Captain and Mrs. Authur L. Maher. Captain Maher was the only senior survivor of the cruiser Houston, sunk off of Java during the first part of 1942. He was taken prisoner and was interned at a prison camp about fdurty miles from Tokyo. There ’HO remained until after occupation of Japan/ After his release he was sent to Washington, D. C, to help make up data concerning the 700 men lost when the battle ship was lost. A former classmate of Captain Maher, Captain Keating, sug gested to Captain Maher that he come to Key West if he needed a rest, for, he said “that is the place to find it.” ■ 11111H111H1111111111 - CO/H//VG SOO/Vf I | WATCH FOR IT! | SuiuumHiinmtimimilunmmmiiiinuHiiunii y RELIEF FOK AC/P\ M indigestion] GARDNER’S PHARMACY Phans 177 Fraa Delivery Harry Taylor To Military School Harry M. Taylor, Jr., has left to resume his studies at Florida Military Academy, St. Peters burg, Florida. Harry spent the holidays at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Glisch, 916 White street. Dog Licenses Sale Today The Humane Society of Key West is starting the sale of 'dog licenses today. The licenses can be bought at the Woman’s S’lub house on Duval street, or at the Humane Society Headquarters, 240 C Poinciana Extension. At a date to be set for the near future, all dogs that do not have a license will be picked up. To reach the Humane Society by phone, call 219-J.. “Blithe Spirit” Cast Is Selected The Key West Players held their weekly meeting Monday night and the east for Blithe Spirit was selected. Those in the cast are: Nancy Morgan as Edith, Mrs. Janice White por trays Ruth, Mr. Paul Smith as Charles, Mr. Guy Carleton is Dr. Mrs. Topmiller inacts Mrs. Bradman, Mrs. Emily God dard as Madam Arcati and Ann is played by Mrs. Ann Carleton. The play will be directed by Lazarbvici. - ! Blithe Spirit- is one of Noel Cowards more humorous plays and' it will be put on by. the Key West Players in the near future. Everready Club Plans Party Everready Star Club held its monthly social Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mary Adams, in Poinciana. Delicious refresh ments were served, pineapple upside down cake, fruit punch, candy and nuts. The club is planning a party for the Masons and the Everready Star Club will serve the refreshments. As yet no date has been set for the party. PERSONAL NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson have just bought the “old Perez” house. Mr. Thompson will work with Thompson Enterprizes in Key West and his brofhefc’-in law, Ed Knight, will handle the business at the Miami end. ★ ★ ★ Just returned from Washing ton, D. C., are Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Marshall after spending the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Marshall’s r , sister, . Mrs. Graves. 1 < . : ' SOCIAL CALENDAR WEDNESDAY - Hospital Auxiliary. Woman’s Clubhouse. 4:00 p.in. Bridge Club, Officers’ Club Whitehead Street. ★ ★ ★ THURSDAY Red Cross Meeting, City Hall. 8:00 p.m. ★ ★ ★ FRIDAY Girl Scout Meeting, Troop 4. St. Paul’s Parish Hall. 4:00 p.m. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly be cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, in flamed bronchial mucous mem branes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the un derstanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. v CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis W *^11;.: JACKSONVILLE 4 Hours 5 Minutes • For information \ and reservations, rail 514 Southard Street, Phone 1040 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN CORAL ROCKETS By L. P. ARTMAN, JR. FORECAST TRUE , As forecast in The Citizen of December 28, City Manager Dave King found satisfactory the ex-: pressed wish of the Volunteer J Fire Department that Leroy Tor-, res be the city’s fire chief for the | two-year period coming up. In an interview with The Citizen-on that date, Mr. King said that if the Volunteers elected Torres as their honorary chief he would find him “satisfactory”. Last night, the Volunteers elected Tor res honorary chief. • • KIRKE SCORES One of the deciding questions in the “filibusters” of the groups opposing the amending of the liquor law so that three hundred feet from church or school prop erty would be measured from main entrance to main entrance was the bombshell dropped by Wallace B. Kirke, who was one of the principals in formation of the present zoning laws. Mr. Kirke asked the city attorney if adoption of the amendatory liquor law would make null and void the zoning ordinance. City At torney Lester replied that insofar as the zoning law conflicted, with the proposed ordinance that the zoning ordinance was null and void. This seemed to settle the -question. Hunter Harden, who *had been voting with Carbonell and Sweeting, shifted and voted against the ordinance and it was defeated, three to two. Demeritt and Cooper, voted against it as they doing. ; “iaGr.-jj! &*?..•.. • • JANITOR PROBLEMS Noticed Herschel Demeritt, new city janitor, last night after the meeting sitting ruefully at one end of the vacated benches sur veying the scene. There, stretch ing from one end of the benches to the other on the floor, were stamped-out cigarette butts when cuspidors were within easy reach. • • MINISTERS REASONABLE The ministers, at the city com mission meeting last night, were quite reasonable. They pointed out clearly that they did not wish to force prohibition on the city but that they were attacking the three hundred foot law in the case before the commission. This ■ i ■ ■■■■ .• 1 STRAND THEATER JAMES CRAIG in 4 ] “GENTLE ANNIE” Coming: "Escape in the Desert" MONROE THEATER JOHNNY MACK BROWN in “FLAME OF THE WEST” Coming: "The Conspirators" “NOTICE” For Sale “El Prado Restaurant” One of the Best Businesses in Town. Located on Division Street. Apply for information -at the res taurant at any time. BOLIVAR VALDES, Proprietor. W' -/• - Enjoy EHRET’S Extra BEER Famous for Fine Flavor Since 1866 ★ ★ Robert Knobel “WHOLESALE BEER and WINE” 2049 N. MIAMI AVE. Phone 2-5824 Miami 37, Fla. battle has now been going on for; two meetings. The lawyers rep resenting the clients who wish the liquor laws amended to include restaurants within the three hun dred foot law sit at the far end of the railing and the ministers sit with. the people on the main benches. There were about two and one-half hours of oratory on the proposed ordinance last night. • • ORDINANCE AGAIN Understand that the ordinance will come up again at a future meeting. The case principally in question is the Gulf Stream res taurant, which property abuts the Convent grounds. The proposed ordinance measuring the distance from main entrance to main en trance would clear the restaurant for the sale of liquor to custom ers. * • • FURTHER LIMITATIONS It seems to be clear from legal \ coM&saav/ 1 : WATCH FOR IT! H M I 1111 I I 1 1 1 1 H ESP 8 ®! LISTEN P TO \OJ) DAVE \ Saelman’s NOW WEDNESDAY 10 P.M. It's More Fur Than Ever on WKWF 1600 On Your Dial HARRISON NAMED SANITARY OFFICER County commissioners last night received a letter from the Ad vertise Key West Council inviting them to attend a meeting this afternoon, at which the raising of opinion that anyone who has a 100-seat restaurant anywhere in the city could come under the jurisdiction of the ordinance. Present rumor has it that perhaps the next ordinance will have a clause limiting the restaurants to be included in the ordinance just to those already established. Per haps, too, there may be a clause that liquor is to be sei’ved just during dinner hours. &a£tcdt FLAVOR-OF-THE-MONTH | To asXoA ffazdnuT 1 I I mQm™ I ■■■■'-ASS SctitLmi^Daw&L Here’s a brand new flavor with a grand new appeal. and JIMSBY Crisp, crunchy hazelnuts, blended with rich, golden | cream and other fine dairy products frozen Into a creamy-smooth, extra delicious Sealtest Ice Cream. Take some thrilling new Hazelnut Ice Cream home, today. SEALTEST ... the Measure of Quality in Ice Cream HBHriHMMHHMkBIfIi Division of National Dairy Products Corporation Join the fun in the Sealtest Village Store, Starring Jack Haley, Thursdays, 9:30 P. M.. WIOD NEW TIME-SAVING SCHEDULES AND ADDITIONAL SERVICE NOW IN EFFECT! With the lifting of O.D.T. Regulations, Florida Motor Lines an r ounces additional and better bus service between all Florida cities, providing the most frequent schedules in the history of the state. \' ~ : • r le% BUSES DAILY TO NORTH . . , _ -.1..,,,, A . * .„• ♦ 4 l •; - . . ■ \ y ** *■ BUS TERMINAL * SOUTHARD and BAHAMA STS. Phone 242 . Key West, Fla. a fund to advertise Key West will be discussed. Z. D. Harrison, recommended by Dr. J. B. Parramore, was ap pointed by the commission as senior sanitary officer of the Mon roe County Health Clinic. The commissioners approved an TWO HOTELS IN \ Ml* l POPULAR PRICES LOCATED IN HEART OF CITY lUW PnniVyiQ wrlle or Wlra Reasonable IXUUiVIJ for Reservations WITH BATH and TELEPHONE FORD HOTEL PERSHING HOTEL 60 NZ 3rd Street 226 NX. Ist Avenue •9 Rooms - Elevator 100 Rooms - Elevator Solarium Heated 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1946 application for a liquor license at Mom’s place on Stock Island. Nine species of pine are found in Canada. Alfalfa was brought from Per* sia to Greece in 500 B.C.