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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. LX1X. No. 78 KEY WEST FJ.ORIDA.VEQ DAY.. MARCH 31. 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS


STOCK 'EXCHANGE PICKETED) IN WORKERS' STRIKE J J1. I-

.Stock Market Hartley SaysLabopMeasiire. : tI !1 Chamber Will Help .

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1500 JI.rr201 STRIKERS POLICEMEN READY ,......I. .. "..'. ,. I'... ... .,.. ....... .. : i INTRODUCED. TAKE',, 'A.MEMJaiENTTO CARE r -. I ) ".r. Here This Summer %J


ON HAND TO TAKE .1. t OF SUCH CASES. AS :

NECESSARY ACTION JOHN L. LEWIS. I ; A'LAUBSCHER; MARES AN

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tar Tk AMHwtotrd Prr..> '.r Tk*..t..ei r.N Pr...: !,5; :: NEAR SOVIET TRENCHES ) ANNOIJNC&\I&'U( OF 4
NEW YORK. March 31. ;: : _
W WAS1UNGTON March 31.-, ., -'- -- -"F' _

Though 1.500Stock Market Representative; ,Hartley.tof New,i5c: J' > ,_ ;_. jIt i I PLANS TO LOCAL; OK-
strikers were congregated todayup \ ; '.Jersey .
: 7.f" : pOmOr'ol the1 -Tafllartlev ..:::
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10 closing 'tint. 2 clock in \ : .: ) law,. said :today::'that he : :. Fi- .G.\1'1ZATIONS:

the! vicinity if the exchange '- haS prepared: an. amendjnent\ \ to .. .'" ._ . The Key Wed a.- d
timing.. things were quilt compared ; ., ,.... .. that law that :will t ,.- 'e<. '. : _
.: : ,: : ..<<" ,. <." .-. ... ..... take' care of .f .- q: Commerce huorimizatioof tetteee.ecl ail bhi
to the rioting yesterday. ; '.' ;r' \ such' 'cases as John 'L. I.i wise in .that M w4H to .t

The. police department decided : Refusing: to testify before Presi-' '- assistance. in U... .. ... .
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rence of yesterday strife. Two -- |deny| xr rnan'yfaet\-(nsiil> .cominlltea. : -- sluing convtatfem: .Mrs MMMMT>

hundred patrolmen and four TAP \ .repIr Lt.|. .. and fall r&t&t* bM' ue.

mounted the Stock policemen Market were area.on A dutyin tore PICKETS PARADE before the New York Stock Exchange building in.a strike oi financial- workers f..L:that Harllejt"cantankereua.individual.,dcnqunccd'IkrRtg-.as" houncenmit by HM..U. R. Laofe- ,

don of them 'was 'near the .entrance -, employed by the Stock Exchange. the New York Curb Exchange and several member firms.. .. llartley: further hid.:that .tbl? ijii.e I II scher. manage
at 11 Wall sertccU ,The lines were reinforced by members of sailors and seamen's; uniens.- .Brokers? entered the .exchanges f.antendrnent aVib'will 'des. with( II I II "Civic clubs wIIWi ..t 'I *
Every: time anybody parsed however, and trading went on at about the normal pace." ; i the""labor anonppoiv" that iipur-. I e> end'n' Invitation S. ..

through the lane'of palrobifn --'-- -- -'.. _--- _.__. ----- _. .__' ----dt,'suing'1I course .that. .isresUaint.i ; t < state or in sectional this ergaaiean.1meet .
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t catcalls.get composed up a._chiefly howl of of disapprovalLis boos and Tcllschik Brothers To .Be House Meets'' j r,,'hibthe.: with."sof-the.:coal.industrial.strike"Ts'arid interfering for vention asa starKT for Key in | West H e<,"....a.._.._

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I Besides the policemen two patrol the deI First Of Artists In S o. *I manufacturing ed. States As plants a result in the of Unit the: r. z .. J said.Groups that.have booked...
partment-bad wagons I j jCommunity
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nearby/ready to be pressed> into I Early, o Stay j''strike, production has been: cut are togs: in Key Wes" this _

service; 1 Ir } 1 down 25 percent' .in 'some in-I r Mahi -

The 10 market o'clock.opened and therewas on scheduleat ,a Concert Series Late For ERPi t t stances.Further he I declared' tate' 4 jal on April Temple II Shrine aa4 17.C wt'M r'wnaw
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tof' emergency! will Jbccur i if the Hfa. %
wave of buying that sent prices :
,r i strike continue longer. I April 23 U 21 t..w State IMIg'convention
!.... cligbUy Upward on .some. stocks. | much:
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ANNOUNCEMENT MADE* EXPECT TO The fact-finding committee in
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: I > the soft-coal strike investigationhas t approximately 3400 ....,......

Red Cross I' BY HENRY DE) VERN-i TRIED .FOR TREASOiN. J MEASURE; made its;.report to President ,ROY ROBERTS. Associated Press (AH \\'rlplu) Late in July; the. Ftor4a JMn''
t Truman'Temperatures: I correspondent visited this Association roovmlton well eew-
.Ell: oV I COMMUNITY'CONCERTS A $R LATE: TODAY. OPPQt i United Staten outpost on the 38th parallel dividing Russian vene with an attendance *f atem #-
,Campaign ; Soviet apd American occupation zones in Korea. and found: 150. Also in July. ..... fleet RSp- t
I INC. SITION TO -SPAIN pUnty to report: He said Soviet soldiers and north Korean villagers list Churth .is e-siMHed. to air r
Continues 3' I .are digging trenches foxholes and gun emplacements lain between WO and 3BO vwtoivTentative -
Henry de Verner.New York 1f (up yet .'.w'i.tri ......), 730 AJA.; EAT. I :.along the dividing line. The digging was first observed by v Mts ate. eaperdby .
WASHINGTON March 31.t a group of M tinanrta lnM .
I I'representative of ',Community .; t American patrols early last month
Although the. 19ia Red Cross Whitworth College .la MMMMIHBand
The House ofmet Reh'eoentstiyes
0' Conceits C Inc. announced j
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yesterday I .
Fund Campaign is officially over SUtioa 23 student front Ue Matthews
today the Key West Chapter the namo of. the. first convert earlier today than Visual& and. Atlanta .. _.. .'45 : School In M1e........ -
will continue to solicit fund, as artists .vlro..w'Jlappear next will\ be in sesjjon laler than; afternoon -: Billings: ;. ,.._. T _?a. 13 I Admiral JIanloii t .. j\Varning\ Will eMQwrkLL!I Tae NatiMialcoavmlioa A.- ..*...
not quite two-thirds of the goal season in Key tSTest's 'secondAeries. / or probably} till .evenjo:,- BirminghamX .. _._ __:-L62 .In MVMW total h9 been reached. Can lele_returns cal ; < Bi.iJlct :\' V -.----'wiBwton [f8 will being Vllki.a :
: J. ms &ty.t a 'Theannounlxment : ... Arti AlioaId1or
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*. from i IH.... \'NftY Tttf jvaF-- came meet.., bill.'er ; 1 ,. ;.ty, 42: ... ., .. ... vcs : L r-Issilcd. !
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been"received, as well as many Buffalo _.-_ ___Jl: L s 46 tiitI -
civilians have' not sent in their ng .of wirktrs who are anva+i-. western Europe. 4.Charleston ._ ___ _'-.-+- 68 t '' USS 'Hambleion f Without Tickets tion which fe nhf contributions as yet. I fIn ]ng this city in a weeklong The house b likely, to accord Chicago _..___ :h __._..;:.__._ 47: "* 12 to 17 in ltiuMConYmtion MUM .
telegram from National icrship drive which will mem-'I I with the senate i in placing the Corpus Christ -1 65 */ I .burners i- K..." '
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II amount of the measure: $1 I billion =:f : : Jlear Adjniral B.: If. ilanlon.j Deadline -
Headquarters In Washington j Friday. I ; Denver ._ a... .22 of the semi-annual business LaubwiMr ****< ,
Chairman Basil O'Connor urges Mrs. M;leka Brown and Miss.Vlatildc I less I than embodied in 'the house Detroit .. -A 49::} N: n that. in the light of the present j Ramos were awarded bilL 1 El Paso -- -. 50J Mine.Forve, 'Atlantic Fleet, arrived Firemen is today. City Manager purpose of fctten4M a ,-anv...-
world crisis, it L.. important that free memberships- next years It was revealed today that con- \.Ft Worth _.?_ i._ 63]I1 at JKc West; Naval Basetoda..i I D. lion leave- as much if not r'i....,.
the Red Cross be ready for any series; at the meeting, and it was' Srcssmen have receives( many, Galveston .. -. portests 'against the inclusion of (:to himself with Hc";aid he has issued i instructions ..
emergency. announced'that three such '. Jacksonville ...... w] are her for an ej wvk-f(
mem- ------
The local chapter, according to t aenhips will be awarded at the i Spain in the relief measure,Their, Kansas City ._ __ 45?1:the Naval "installations here lie I to Police Chief Joseph amount of time.
Mrs. Carola Nettles home sers second meeting of the group, to1 chief objection to giving relief KEY WEST .--__ _. 0'i wiii"leavegn i 'I ;; Friday. ,I{ Kemp to warn ntoloriiti: for the "Several organ********* hew
vice .worker has had a large tic'held tomorrow at the WpmaaV* to that country- Dictator Key West Airport -- ------ 7. Admiral ll-anlon arrived aboard ,< remainder of this week. No one worked hard to a scw vi.iiimc
increase in applications for as- (Club: at 5:00: i iclock. All workers? i franco. (practically all .of those Los: Angeles: _v_. J.-:_. :00; i I iru.Yssi iainbJclon i a destroyer !I will be arrested for failing tot groups to meet in Key Wed r ui
slstance during .the past month. "who have who protested said they favored Louisville .' __ I_..: 53,j mine which b ing (the nest fw ..* .uV w-i-i
sold memberships arc .* T' ;1 sveeE jJcrj <'rthed in<
helping Spain if Franco is deposed I have their euro inspected during
Loans and grants amounted to c eligible l for the free tickets. I : Miami -:. -. 71 I t the,.'l).:..:S'''Submarine Base. lie I Ithe ; their members will work harden
$573.50 during this period. tUliss Mr. de Verner also urged new! | Minneapolis ___ -J-'-. :33Memphis wad -Creeled: on his arrival by current week. in putting the conventions over s
workers to report at the Woean'sClub tAP Wirerrtiw.u:: ) Madrid, according to news rereived -.- .- .-.'--_.. 64 I I Caps: ';_(Jel'CAtlell_ commander 1!j But next week Municipal Judge Theie clubs and their ____n
\ Emma :: any time this week from ROBERT HENRY BEST. 51.- [ here, seemingly u getting' New Orleans! .--.- --_... -.- 70 J oti6e.gey; ;We..t Naval Base and !! Hilary Albury said tJl anyone are to be congratulated for thru tee
t ; Ryan i 9:00': tw 5:00 p. m. About 75 addi-I+ former South Carolina newspaper ready to make' changes in the:New York -- _. .. 45; J I Cap: "Willjard. -S runders. commanding ]I brought before him charged with efforts in, scheduitfut these: mntings _
cabinet that :
: tional canvassers ate nced may please 1be'pfO-t'! ) Norfolk ___. _. '. '.___. S8 ""officer of the Submarine ;; failing to have their cars for Key We*.*."
man accused of broadcast. poncnls! in congress of _
Died) rHiis A. M. -;said to make the campaign as I Oklahoma City ,, 48][I Base. i cd would be given a -
inclusion in the
huge a success as was last year's.I ing Nazi propaganda from Berlin law. I Omaha ___-.,.___.-_- 35 J I[: Also arriving at the Submar- I There are only about sped-I ENSIGN RICE WIU.C.O .
Alfred and Herbert Tcltschik in war time.,'goes on trial However, it staled here Pensacola "_.___ 70 4 ine Base was the USS Tercel a | the estimated 3.000 cars TO SAN DIEUtniign > .
this was
63; died
Emma ,
Miss Ryan. (riuo-pianls whose concert inNcw charged with treason in fedt i that the the cabinet Roanoke ..____: :52-; :regulation mine sweeper which ;; city that have been inspected.
: t of
morning at clock in the Key' York's Town Hall last October r alone will changing the I St. Louis _.__.__. __.____ 51 (r accompanied the Hambleion to \I Payment of a fee of $I-jO is required lUlSe. l' RirI I : -V
West Municipal Hospital. I marked them as brilliant-new oral: court at Boston. Mass., Hq of the not placate opponents San Francisco _. _. ._ .. __ .___ 50 I the local. port. at the office of City Tax I who has been commander .
Funeral services! will be held'tomorrow arrivals in the concert world. carries: a mass of papers bee, proposalProperly San Antonio .__. __ .. .' 70 I Collector Archie Roberts. I PC boot'at the Key Wet NBfve. .
at 9:00: a. m. in St. were announced as available to plans to use in conductpg'his't'Ik Seattle ._ -. __ 43:; ; has received oro .i., ti. ';.
Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic. t his city for next year's series.: ? : Sales I Tallahassee: .,v .. .-. m 69 Roof Fire Calls erring him to San Diego Cal! .
Church, where mass for the dead >I The Teltschik brothers, wtio" are own defense. Tampa .. _______ 69 I! Etiiign Rice ja married lus; .
will be said. from' Texas travel from city to I : Washington ..-..__. .. -.. _. 57 F I I PALACE THEATERi West girt who was forniet I. .J
The funeral! procession will oily like true Texans-with a full r Men\ Robert Ltpputaii transferred t lreniell Tuesday |i James Mason and Robert Newton Virginia KeHy. da*"* tTi t '\T
leave t1u e-ralllome chapel Older MayNow title: in a properly : "
unprz I pack.... The "full pack" consists of and Mr* Thoutas W Kcil: )
at 8:4S: a hu to go to the t|two. grand pianos transported in I church. Rev. J. 1L ..Johnson S.jJ. i. m enormous: trailer. While one I Be Ilired'n ': and Mrs. Anthony S. Kemp for Petitions seeking divorces were ;5:55;:;;;; p. m. 'yesterday to fight a { News and Sports
'will officiate.Burial J : : ( to warrantydeed -
feltrliik brother drives. the, oth'T ;3.330. according: a of roof fire on the apartments owned i I
filed in the office
will be In the family practices. From their three years l f filed yesterday in the office yesterday by F. B. Guito at Duval and Ii"
: Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer -
plot in City Cemetery. t :)f war experience, the brothers ameiidciuciii to the! Cily ol Circuit Court Clerk Ross; C. Olivia Street Fire Chief Leroy i For PineJFJiDorinSTRUNK .
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L. Dawson \ext
Miss Ryan was the sister-m-j i ,have dubbed their lour of the Civil Services rules;>> permitting;j Sawyer.Mr. by George Daw- .' Torres estimated the fire loss at our forty
law of the late Dr. George R. Trailer." I and Mrs. C. M. Calhoun against Thelma Willoughby about $100.It Home 01 CommercialUSE -. -
phy-1(country "Operation Plummer. for years j transferred property on
many Names of the remaining three is believed someone droppeda
LUMBER YAK
sician of this city.BATTERIES I concert artists will be announced for work as firemen or policemen: {( \, Key to Grace G. Ackley for against Irvin L. Chandler. lighted cigaret on the roof of PACKAGED !

/ at the end of the week. I was: passed today at a meetingof .$6,500. the building. from an adjoining ICE CUBES TELEPHONE $11
i the Civil Seivice Board, ac- structure.
CHARGED i: ---- --. Cueik Victor Lowe. t
} cording to TOP LUGGAGE 15c up PER PKG.
Tb Modern Way I BRADY'SCHolcI Previously only men from 21 Are You Registered?
to 33 could be employed as fire-) CARRIERSfor THOMPSONENTERPRISES low Weekly SIt.tee
t rl?. .la. la 99 M 4S minute awl | men or policemen. Under the | Books CLOSE April 17th USED CARS Now ia effect
W .. Its ..?I I IUn -Ior- Inc
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Teat car son amendment men up to years ooOoo ALL CARSRoy's
I i i imay I ICE: DIVISION Fine for !Navy IVr.ofl 4
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Smith AUTO SERVICE POULTRY i be employed. j Fur Sheriff Key West Auto Parts
... Ne.1. White at n..m!..J 1214 White I Street Phone. S40 The board did no further bus ,-,t, 121 Duval St. Phone 442 BARGAINS Telephone No. t CENTRAl HOTELS
.._ ness today. ': Fred 0. Eberhardt ; '
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Liberal S56500Tudor I,
POOR OLD CRAIG j\ I We Are Returning I -
Impartial Announcing the
8.090 Miles Down n
Homestead ExemptionDEADLINE Francis Exclusive at Key Division West Distributors Phone t.u< i ""Giye( Decency A Chance" To Our Former ;

: Paid Pniltiv,,i "d...rtl..in<< 1941 .Cadillac OPENING L
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IS APRIL 1 1 1948.. "BAY FISHER"A i Low PricesI Convertible C JQ O 0 0 I II e r-
lit of the ".. f
Effective Model
CAR-TOP TWELVE-FOOTER. ... .................... April 62- ** Down i r
t SOc New Engine
KO APPUC.4TUMS: i WILL RE ACCEPTED This Utility Boat is framed withmahogany TROUSERS .
AFTER TIllS DATE fastened with brass. -FOR SALE- COATS 50c I TEXACO SERVICE STATIC '

featuring a built-in bait well|'47 Dodge. 4-Door Ladies' DRESS Sl.OO 1940
II you kave not filed Tours please do not put it off any planked with marine plywood '46 HudSon. 4-Door Ladies' and Men's DeS23500 I Comer WHITE and DIVISION l lR
of solid So to
with
...... a* T*** taut frt It.Rha'MEER. transom mahogany. '42 Plymouth. Club Coup SUITS __ .. $1.00 .1)e R
I Equipment: I t.'41 Plymouth.. Convertible f THURSDAY APRIL 1
: YOU MUST MAKE APPLICATION TO BE Floor boards SI'480'0 -'33 Nash. 4-Door L diej.! SKIRTS SOc Your -Friendly ,

QUANTED HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION. If you have filed. and which oar are locks.included. :i' 3; -Ton REO Stake Truck. Bargain SHIRTS ... .. 50c up FORD Dealer Will Carry Compete Unc 0i / =

rw .U1 kav a BLUE. RECEIPT. at the DeUyered'' ON LOT at EATON and FIRESTONE
LOW PRICE of in. Key West f DUVAL[ STREETS or E. MORALES Monroe Motors Inc i PRODUCTSPHONE

1 CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO, I NAVARRO Inc. Dry Cleaning 1117 White Street 1430
Monroe County Tax Assessor. Champion OUTBOARD MOTORS 1
For Immediate Delivery I I OPPOSITE BUS STATION La Concha Hotel Bldg.. Phone. ill PHONE 725 I O. RUMELU, Maa.ti -
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:: -JJre Jlb Citiun GREAT DEAL OF TRUTH ....l1HiW1AIIII 1 1J WILL _Y lf? .S3IILE.? I r Your !HoroscopeWEDNESDAY. 1 U1svWIid1N 'i't. '

PaMlsbad ERr t...f1 ......, b Radio' !Pro : Key J< West In i = -- '
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= : / *k ..r=.E'a41.b.r What has become of the New'Look? .. .. .wl n I I --
..... Tke Cttte** BmU4ttAM> So West women concerned .. .........J ...!...... 1948;-Ttus. last day of the .naie*fc r...... a uYl .:
r..... nr.... tad .u.ts fans Key are Days Gone By As the little.man crept into' is a strong on*. The person born iii 1tii. .aar +Mesa
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I L :-- (My JeWF 7/atpispee!_*.. I....t.f tier aa4 the New Look has failed to catch_ on to any' D the movie theater and took hx:: ,.: today can rise to great belg!rts -hsF .- .. JT I
ytm Summary AS TAKEN, FROM FILES OF i seat in the last TOW. is was ob- .II hltdt.i Kf. I
,........ a. K.r W.... FtarMa. as ..e..4 e.... saattarrm appreciable extent. 's.t f cte41 progtariti. as list. buss., I Iere THE- CITIZEN OF i vious from hiM;Joleful expression '.i and. other things being exHiai. s--.lust.. f
ferM4cat at the sam tim Mn.4ay will probably attain to some pw-
,. MRu.* .r .. Ammociren mess Punsters have been pegging at the tfcrsugh. Friday Ting is tatter MARCH 31. s31WUIIllIlMD.11 II that tie &a&"mttch on his .. ,.. atallll& Far central standard.attract I I.- !

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At" pr.a la e aela.lt.ly emuiled tea .... !! -"' mind and was sadly. in need of and T
. hur;.fee mountain stand.'ard There are success and honor
far P.pr.4s.tess- ( all w* 4I.paebS er.dil.dt. .
New Look since Fashion declared 'i
ever Dame twa hvwrs -' :recreation snmrs MM P.... J
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r Mtorwlae' ft'MIeM/ I tala sad Fish influential
.. .... .M...... a... ........... ...*... .r. that it was to Veplace knee-length I The applied Thompson to the corps Companyhas of army I On the screen an old-fashioned' i I't many ever the station In life It to a t tcoFP

e .: sl rBcmirn*. 'I"EJI a MAL 29 TMIOUGH AntlL 2AOttenilnoee engineers in this district for permission melodrama unfolded a produc day. of executive ability and JE t I
Some have said that the
tta. t.u gowns. punsters
tiondoubtless made long ago1
w m Manila lit:: Mania* to construct: a retaining firmly placed.i I If
I., '_ 'I..... M*.t..a? X.TS New Look' does ,not attract: :say kind-of -.= 1a.N. Y___ will along the property on Caroline and now "reissued.Came the HILL f
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r '. flNtb. _.. 1.eeAUVK Breakfast Gut.abensOklsboml street. between William and scene where the heroine. lured all!i Annual rainfall varies in CaMtfqnua a
.". \ x..I, ._. .2_ look. That statement ia hot Wholly true.The *. Rooadna; -cba to inspecting to their villain's lair,1 1 I I from none in the satath-
Margaret streets, according a -
Oxarc Valley Folksmbs1OOPFnd All CreHra = i iat
I, Tt la BATES masculine of the lookers take : Warlnc Show-nbe special dispatch from Jacksonville sucjdenly realized with horror eastern desert to 171 inches. in the ::
.. 11M. J,;_.B A.llrattos part a anything'; it. at
__ _a* _) Mosto Par loo-cbaalrStery published in The Citizen to that hiss intentions were northwest. .: .
IPIXUL % TIiaV squint at the New Look and shrug as Dramab.n'.30Hoer.eSerlalsabe. day. but honorable. Providentially, I I i

All .r.*4iB. smw. ... *.rds. of taaaka.'hMl...... I though to' say, ''There--'nothing left to Half Hour of Serials-cbs' she. discovered the handy carve ,i ii
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.. tisrEad e..p.ry. far at oj4laarr the rale .4t(-10 a,*.pe.ste.!. a !)..., .UI be look at." ':bay It. Whit iiustc- be11:11O.ut..ar The:Artman Press is printing ing-knife. i i I- ,.
J Net.... far .ai.rtalBm.at kr earra... firs wkieh Godfrey Show-Z-rkt windshield stlckens: showing sections "Stand back, you unspeakablecad
".-- U .. *. *>rt ..4 t .. mid-calf Brukfast la Boilyweod -aka It-
,; I' Tb.'lets.. to aa ea.B are feraw r ats sad a II.lailtea 41s-. Frankly, the gown, or the 11s.n Ales&ll4er Sb w-mbaTraveler of the Overseas Highwayand she cried brandishing the,
t \ t 't sn a ..r. a...l4irand w.) <-(. *f UM *r gown that hangs to where the ankle'begins 11:41-Ser1lJa tY, LrarobeAft. Key West together with a weapon "I may be only a poor' :
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in, the time wil come when it will be Kate Smith Speak*-*-mb* The newly organized Junior j dearlyl -

= ROVDG3fTS: FOR KEY WEST accepted by both the masculine and remit 12JO-Word Baa4* and Concert Uasto'*--aba txOaDjr Chamber of Commerce has start .,I' "Profiteers." shouted the

F ADVOCATED BY THE: CITIZEN nine eyes but, like all sudden changes, it is 140-Coacut Half Hour- be ed a movement to have the Navy troubled where little man. "Every I: 7
2tO-Faa. ROUTS of Serial*- ba Yard in Key West returned to an you go. it's high prices"And
hard for one to adapt himself to the. drop in Queea for a Day-mba active basis with that he bolted out of.

;.; 1. Hone Hotels and Apartments. the skirt. 1 JO.-Bride and muck Groom Kecorda abe.Martla --mbto ., the theater and disappeared into..-
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.1 2. Beach and -Double or NoUOn*-cba, La Casa Marina will close for the night. i
Bathing Pavilion. ,
Fashion the of
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I case women, a LadJ. Be Seated-abe j I-
the Manager II I
season tomorrow.
I 1 4.2. Consolidalion Airparb-LaDd of County Sea.and hard master. It is the most exacting of all J JO-The WbU II.....maa. Part7cPav.1 Becord*-ab. Peter B. Schutt announced today I Subscribe, to The- Citizen. j I- ,

City Governments, dictators. A man, as a rule, cares litle for 41Nr-HIat: Bunt Qutx-cba He added that the season has I .
4 JO Wlaaer Take Att-.cbTtaaaary : been a good one. :II
= ft. Community Auditorium. fashion. lie is satisfied if his clothing Is Band Stand-aba' i 1 I: ,

clean and fits fairly well. Otherwise, he '.00-School Hoar or the Air cbaKiddtea .. -1 hp. Peace Justice Enrique Esquin- I Let Us ,Help You I II tea

r doesn't care whether he has on:a suit that later.)_aba ands aldo Jr. was informed today : Lt1
:rw i4o-Ln> aad Abner-cba-eaat that he successuflly passed the I 1, z

MONOGRAPH was fashioned last year, ten years- ago, or final examinations for the degreeof Plan Your Floors
Bachelor of Laws in La Salle l

j. :. Dear Folk: today.But women ((there are a 'few exceptions NETWORK PROGRAMS Extension University.; i Free Estimates .Given.

: The who is often self-consious 'Time is eute..n standard. Fereen.. I Asphalt. Til. i
; person ran forget ) feel if they go out in a. trjl standard subtract one hour fermauntatn Florida Keys Aqueduct Commission .Rubber TQ I II S

e M better off than the person who always hat or gown of last year's vintage. She Seme standard local statien subtract, change tweheurt. stated today that if is I Cork TO I t-

remembers. It bn't often wise to mnem- 1 feels that everybody is looking at her and Last heur minute ef relay program te fit local chaas schedul can.**, going to have a survey made fora Plattlc Floor Til. ,ti
line of fresh water from i-
pipe !
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'eplastic Wall TO
net be mcludfd.WEDNESDAY
4 onize. thinking how "terribly" she is out of style. Florida City through the upoer i ,..Bzoadf.l1aI '

THE ORACLE. She may be assured "everybody" does MARCH 31 and lower chains of keys to Key I Capello Wool Rugs : FOR HOME or

a not include a man, for he does not know West. .Aeoua ie Ceilings .
.... ., Hardwood Flooring i
whether she is in or out of fashion. I-OO: -N.w. Report to Mln._-ntra, Members of Bayview Park Music .Fom sa. for Sink. : COMMERCIAL USE E
.. SOVIET BRAND -DEMOCRACY..'" After all somebody has said that a Network Newscast; Silent Kvery Hour Day-abc-eact b. Club will conduct a Kiddie Counters. Tables

I woman dresses, not to please men. but to Kiddies Network Hour Silent; KUdies Hour (repeaU-B>bs- eat morning : Refinishings
The Russian leaden insist that the make other women jealous. Probably t: -Sport- aunt! Time-nbCn o'clock. Clear, lure Ct: IDS= a*r I Mf MNHN H'.K:

Soviet i fA a "democracy" and that its efforts there is a great deal of truth in that asser 3O st Talks Time- bI I Modern! floors & Tite .
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Today The Citizen in an I
says
in tion. Lam sad Atoner repeatcbswest0:47Newscast
designed to uphold democracy"
are editorial I
paragraph: :
by Three-nbc Thompson Enierpriscs
IT other nation LoweD Thomas (repeat 11)-cb* "When politics mixes in an argument J. L. CATES ,

The meaning of the word to the Russian The next time you hear'' somebody 1:OP Sapper The Beulah Club Show-cb.-abc-baslo you can wave farewellto Flooring Contractor '
reason" : (ICE: 1>>1Iu' )
*, however I b entirely. different from its talking about putting the ideas of religion news Kulton: and Lewis.Commentary Jr.-nabs-abo ICU VIRGINIA STREET '
PHONE NO. I an ttn-
t meaning to the people of this country. So into national life ask the speaker how he ?:1S-Jack News Smith and Comment and Song--aba cba Roman soldiers took part of PHONE IStS .

far a* the Russians are concerned they or she, expects to do it. ;News Daily:Commentary Dinner Date--abc moa pay in salt. --- U.J :s.;Jr uJA -

.: consider a democracy to be a government f30-A YoWs1.Tab.sb..e._. .., ,." ...... ." ....- .. -
Bob Crosby's: Club-cb* .
proletariat. Their connotation of the word HEN EGGS BEST BY TEST Lone 'Ranarer Praiparnab' ,., r :' ,
News coDUDent-IDDS .
;, doe. not carry any idea that the people ?:4.$-Kaltenboru Contneat-aU' ':.j f ,. I' .' ,.1 i f
Ed Murrow NewscbsSport.
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1 have a right to choose the government itself The scientific mind rarely takes any- '\ C'InnJJW.tba+uarsr ct9oiDih ...Et

or to determine its policies. I thing for granted and there is no reason to American: si Dry Melody Qeq edfe-bba Tiiae-<.f, '
w Mayor of lh. Town-*r< *S:t L" I .. t
The Russian. idea, of,a democracy!: is a be surprised by any test .designed.. to esta- Special Asent: mb* f. JJ
tfiieir f .' *? -Creat.GUdertleexe; Jibo -i
regime which, in > vfel' blish the facttTherefore .
nt) Dr. caristiaa Drama-cba ,
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TrrVf for the benefit of the people as we call attention to a recent Hijb ox Pop Adrtature: Draiaa-mba

UHI.. contrasted with those who would be considered two-year test of the taste of eggs.It S:5 -Flye Minutes New :-cb. / NEW it
Billy Ross Commentnba11501T. 1948 SUPER SUDS ,
f capitalists In other countries. The was conducted by scientists of the University Duffy Ta.embc 4JIark
It arnew Music-cba PROVED !
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Iy Soviet leader have no sympathy whatever of Cambridge. Three of them par- Abbott & CosteUo-abc
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Gabriel Heatter. Comment-tno
with popular rule, or with efforts to deter took of scrambled eggs without knowing ':'5-New* Broadcast-ns '

mine the popular will. They think that what kind of eggs they were eating and< 0 JO Romance-District Drama.Attorney-cbaGroucbo Drama-obo JUST ONE PACKAGE OF NEW --- 'f

policy' should be determined by the leaders kept a flavor score. Racket Smasbera Ma
of the Government and that whatever force The result of the test is reported by 10:CO-The. Whistler Big Story Drama--cbs Drama-nbTb enough suds to fill a Greyhound bus ,

.Is necessary should be used to compel the the London Daily Express, which says that Bmg Crosby: Forom Variety--mba aboUploloualr to overflowing with suds!

w people to accept the j judgment of their the most useful and the tastiest, is the '0:30-Jimmy Durant Show-obo
Open Hea.r1Dcb.
leaders.. egg of the common or garden hen. Alan YOUBK Shvwab.Calirornla .

4 1 The only difference between the democracy The three men tested eighty-one kindsof 11-OO M ew. t& Variety 1elodlea-mbs 2 brs.-nlxj st a

.. of the Soviet and the tyranny of eggs. They report that the flavor of News News:: &&Variety Dancing.1 Hourabsnews hra.-cbs

an aristocratic class U that in the Soviet the an egg does not depend on what the bird 12:00-Dancing, Dance Continued 2 hn.-mbs abc'weitTODY'S '

i J totalitarian powers are apparently used eats. After the eggs of the hen, the scientists -

for the benefit of the people of the I lower prefered the eggs of chaffinches, i BIRTHDAYSKnow .

tA stratum and in the' other form .of'tyranny, hedge-sparrows gulls and coots. Worst of ( America) 1 .rr aQ .
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a the powers of the government are used for all, say the tasters, were the eggs of wrens, John J McCloy, president of #.J .. ,

the benefit of people In the upper tratum. blue-tits, linnets and cormorants.We the International Bank for Reconstruction "." -

I have no great curiosity about the tary of ,war onetime, born assistant in Philadel-- ecre- ;,,'" ",,,,,. '>> f" ..

AMERICAN BABIES taste of the eggs of various birds. Conse- delphia, 53 years ago. X ., ",,," _,. 'r( .. "'.. a a

1 quently, we are willing to accept the ver- M gr. John O'Grady secretary "" Jot. e'- ,, t tsir
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'babies born dict of the scientists and take of' the National Conference of '
there Cambridge
a In 1947 were more Catholis Charities, Washington \ .
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II ;+ In the United States than in any previous our eggs scrambled. or otherwise from the DVC, born in Ireland, 62 years. ..

I. year in )history; the number being 3,908- hen. agO J '
James b!. Cox of Dayton Ohio, ::1 '
u< 000.) This record was accomplished despite S
l to newspaper publisher ex-gover-
t+l the fact that both marriages and births "Marriage is promotion," said George nor one time Presidential; candidate r l 'NOOUIERSOAPIN1HEWoftgjcJ.P I

aMl! mi-J a tendency to decline toward the Elliot. Which makes a man with his third born at Jacksonburg .

,.ee end of last year. A wise. analyst in Washington wife at least a lootenant. Ohio Vardis 78 years Fisher ago.of Hagerman

U has dipped into statistics that show Idaho noted poet-author, born x

.1 .1'j" the average family Lent increasing their UP TO CONGRESS Anna, Ida. 53 years ago. WO ClOTHES

.to .* family crop but on the contrary the war International Eugene Reynal Book), manager Organization of the, WHITER!
Communist "intimidation
Because of .
a and the post-war marriage boom produced New York. 46 years ago.

more families. 'The mystery deepens fraud and terror," the "hour. is more fatal Rear Admiral John F. Shafro'h YOU NEED MO a

4 when the analyst disclose the further fact now than it was one year ago," declares born in Denver 61 years ago '. f' : f BLEACH! The tats tins wall dssr
Dn Leon Green dean of Northwestern .. r 0< : cleaner, whiter! And tE't
... and Secretary of State George C. Marshall.In .
Nation "has fewer spinsters -
that the < \
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line with this conclusion the Presi-
: tatbelor proportioned than it has had Law Chicago born in Oakland, j J.... < 'REMEMBER the
dent of the United States has requested La. 60 1I t\\W last time you ellC 4atiay l.ti .. ti.irl
.. ''or many a year. He Is not very definite years ago. i/ *-*-rode in a Greyhound & .-
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and the end Congress to temporarily authorize the use 'r' bee it's a,
how it all happened : bit Well-what
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dds up with this enigma: There seems of the system secure You Grocer SELLS That Good |--i ': reap that 1hi11 ftll that fs4pMat.. aeli .... .ll itA lh.a ..b
in which 'everybody's doin' necessary recruits for the Army, Navy and *. bustoOverlowingwitbS4lda-.fftlm! foe
i be periods STAR BRANDAMERICAN I t 1I 'T' : h stONE al tt1A1f Mta r
e" Air Force. In addition Mr. Truman; urges I. lei Tbat'.tbeDe1l' wogill g.n .... Iteldw tM... ,4' ',

r passage of the Universal Military Train- COFFEE 4 1 .4..tp 4/ : ; ; .- w.dl....rod.-... ...... : 1l ;
+ t is end CUBAN cttal l. It4ltlav shat E.. ttowr NN.
ing Law which he argues designed to .
M REIGN OF TERROR the -Tty A Pound Tod.yRoherts t a.' ; SuPlr ....., "'- ....des II.... .''r.t
give the United Statese manpower .t v. .... _........

f k Secretary of State George C. Marshall necessary to protect itself in the midst of I 1 1', 0. P 1..... J....., ...... seats tnerw.. t !

l when he declares: serious threats to democratic nations.It 0 f d'ti'.........,....... It....tir. .
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ft long way now remains to be seen what the WP< a "lt U a reign of terror in .Czechosloaad with the x oc qgoQSiVt ) ?'....-..tq pct a.pg.......... !:,
D9t an ordinary .due process of Congress will do recommendations. 11; Duval Street Phone 250 | IG tbetrih. .... _...toesf

i N bf the people." Since 1948 is a political year it is, i r .... fit. ... ........

Pt "' .the Inescapable conclusion of almost safe to predict that the Congress We Are Accepting Orders for i O &i&' th fd"r cSUuAe bid E.Pa ... trtanlt. la1,e

be will do nothing. In view of the fact that GRADUATION DELIVERY for .._ -. _.
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lO Ucta in the face. It may
;I I1 & less than six months before Japan; attackedthe ROYAL PORTABLETYPEWRITERS I s..r aria BaI ... aR ".".
alt thehful thinkers who feel *4e ....,._... ..... .......
't KrytblaZwill work out all right. United Statese, the House came withinone .r, a'jf75Si >..... .. atlist.
a the Selective rt ,
eI vote of killing Service When Orders
wag are placed we will
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If fell and I I Chapter 1?' buy1m orchid corsage which he down into any accurate. listingof I\" '. : '

finger _f WASNT really mad at you." pinjted proudly on Carolyn's i concessions purchase Framingham sr income from said. .,'.:.,'. :. '.,'. .
1 ut.from Carolyn declared as Eddie shoulder. records I able toobtain f. ,
"The few was
Gale held her tightly lifting her Eddie explained the circumstances ]I
from Fortune showed that" ,
feet clear of the ground was under which they had ." .
J about 'found the bills telling Framing- :he traded and bought animals! .< ,
Just'annoyed that'crazy "
: r he pleased. Even his ::
; ,the .chimpanzee.** ham H i ir itery on : of animals .
B" ; Fortune was the real backer of inventory the number
{ : t! Eddie kissed 'hef, once more the dy-service suit against the !I in the. collection was largely :: :
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fabrication rm almost convinced '"
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; f'.laq....: zoo.Here's a bin from the Right- 'I be listed all the rats andft1ke. .... 1 S ..:
rr : : i *Xot mad eh?* he'asked moeklagly. Way Builders Eddie related.aa that'roamed at large on the .,_ I .
i "If you'd have beenany he handed the paper to Framingham grounds.:! .
[ madder.Fd have searched under across hiS desk.,"You prob- _
1 L Uve- house for bombs. He shooki ably remember when the state -C-RAMINGHAM removed his ,
; i i his head reprovingly. "WhoI auditor accused Fortune taking pince-nez glasses, and there I
.j t I would have thought that such a graft from that company on a was no further doubt that his ;
.. beautiful girl such. a gentle.: ." i
I I|I' construction job frown represented genuine anger
111..1, kind-hearted creature could havea' "I certainly .do.* the lawyel'assented. no less genuine for the fact thatit ,
!j, i l temper like a puff-adder These mus| be the 'was under complete controL .
[ 'Carolyn' flared up iiKtantly bills that the auditor was never I "I have a' feeling that Major !i
: : :.Naval he had intended. His able to find. He the bill .
1 exactly as inspected I Fortune may find it an appropriate R ,
'Pro- ,.' laugh,' however dissolved- her minutely. frowing. "'Thisotah time to seek further opportunities
i | I I anger."You up .to $3.000and the 'repair : .elsewhere." he said I
; ) I work and construction couldn't -
i Par. wouldn't laugh 'if you .slowly "Naturally. I trust this
D nc-|t I saw how'Framingham took your have" come to more than half : will remain confidential tenth us .
: 1 I little experiment in ape-analysis" thaL'That's ,until I decide whir action to ,
the 1 she chided him "He was building right-and the odd take. -
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-i up to a towering rage that $2,500 is what the company split Eddie and Carolyn heard nothing "
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\ [, j i would hay, set new' altitude with Fortune. Eddie said. : further of. Framingham'saction
i rqrdthen I told him the story Framingham' nodded and began I for-the next two days, but .
1 l: : ,..Pritch- wasn't 'idea and he just looked studying several other bills I'
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.I' I : "lJe.you did a second ago?" out bill one.of five commenting.hundred dollars"Here's, for a : had. in.the.joy .of.. reconciliation,:! .
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:- : at the 'inquired., i was for each other. .. .... ,
i.\ : an elephant dated fOlK,, years '
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: Ch"am-: l.i ." sbe ''But : "You've been wonderfullysweet
i "Why; ; ; snapped. ago. He pushed a buzzer summoning Ae
'j .i" she siw that he was simply baiting his secretary. I ,- Eddie.". she-Said 'softly. .
: .( her" ;:artct. relaxed smilIng. Miss: Walsh he said when I "But.please* let'.notget- serious. .
; ,I I fcNopel..woA't.g; i mad.Again, she appeared. .-Will you please I Not: yet rye got !so many things .
1>, she :decfared.firmly.. get me that file on the purchaseof I in my. mind' while this zoo cam .
: : : "GUd :to hear It he laughed. the zoo elephant t pajgnjs on that .1 omit becertain I i
;", fea- '"But confidentially that bfu!hof The secretary' returned In a i& of anything else. .,
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Club. few minUtes with and He shrugged his shoulders re-
( you gave me turned me into the file I .
: such a grouch that I used to go Framingham pored over it at gretfully. ;
: .distus-: home and growl at my dog. Gotso tentively." I "All right dream child-butdon't
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) he wouldn't come near me." "According these records. i interpret this temporary .
4 "He probably read that chimp Fortune paid $1,000 for the I retreat as ,Gate's defeat. Ill be -
/ I story you promoted" she told Maharani on the same date given I back again-and again after that. 3;
.: him. "A thing like that would in that bill you've discovered." : And right now I'm going to.do. .
'se- turn a dog from his master. he declared. "It seems quite clear I my darndest to clear up this zoo 5
"We've got to get these toFranungham. that the extra five hundred dollars I tangle; for selfish reasons as well I
on ." Eddie said as he was pure Inflation-and the I as civic ones." He shook his
Sing gathered them 'up from the floor real value of that animal madeit I head. "Imagine having a whole ,
: : 'at the where they fell when Carolynhad a very poor risk for carrying i menagerie for my'rivals!" .
; kissed him. "He has the passengers. Even Fortune must 'I The events of the next morning
\ other set of books from the zoo; have known that quite clearly. returned them both to the zoo 'i f
I : when he compares them withtheu. "Didn't the city ever audit the I campaign with a shock. Framingham ; I '.
each' he'll have enough to get bills when they ran the zoo?" i informed them that Fortune -
rid of Billy Fortune. Gale asked incredulously. I had been fired-and had immediately -
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Ser The two of them went to "Apparently the politicianstook i sued for reinstatement by {
'7 2nd Framing am.s office together good care to see that the ; the City Council .
Eddie stopping along the road to zoo appropriation wasn't broken (T. ho ewUaaedi.r ) '

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: golf rSOMEhVILLE,, Mss-4P).---; S .-_ ALL SMOOTHED. { OUT WITH A CASH LOAN f fwnun7v.rv..n
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t WILLIAM ADAMS (left center) of the. University of Florida 'posted a new record in Florida Janitor Citizen Office. Scars).
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." relays Saturday as he crosses the'finish liae.in; .the 100-yard dash in 9.7 seconds at, Ca ifl aenm ., Apply mar31- tx

: Fli.; .James Walker (centerpf.) Auburn. .:.was tec and 'and. Buddy Fowlkes (right) of Georgia- ,1.cnas .f., WAItTt1 T

\-. third.- :. .Others- unidentified.- .. . *..;v_;, HELP 'WANTED-FEMALE Furnished Ibedroarts House,



..- : Lucca. Pitches :;:;FouiJliiBaseball ; : ; .' .. .,). .: SOviBA1i tS .f; I ,Barmaid'Celt S9 and%.., waitresses mar29-3tx wanted. Ask years'Phone for VXL If Lt, Kj


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::: :. 0:0-:0: .oJ l' I' ;" :.,' ,Defeat f "j. S'B'' .a ar..s' ;"N'Ihe; I. :' (NiCH'r"pJ.AV\. ( ""- -'':.'.'..'.;",. ap- pomtinenl! : marSO-Sf!t}I IL house dents. .or See Phear'me'

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; :i 'i71E RI1--\' [' : I.f S;oO=I4AS ""S. 'Bori's... .. :. i'$PiFRIDAY .'. ;,POSITION WANTED
Iiy2NDLUCiI; ItCA .Wa a fs d l. '.- Sho -.t. '+" .. FOX BOB*
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: : .. ,.. .QETFTO.J .' .. '...', ...1i,' \" ... i' tG ; '-"; :- I i I f r .7la_. =VFW'.*vs. NAS..; ji.:.t"tI Tyo-white work. References.: Call part 437-J. Office space i Ia the l

: 0 :. \ OF'EIGHT: MENWLucca I ..... 4ACE I DELAX1Y: ]?I." 9; -Key" West MereKants! : : ;*"].ys. 1 between S and 6:30. mar23-3tx: town Key Wt&t
S rrTheother Bayv'iew Star .r/
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....-team pitched fourhittball ; : day-wercad-ill.; thePcop'leePFornm j rC1"C>1 ? .)ilrrenFetn''bookkeeping cter- in site from H ;

yesterday as his team defeatedthe t :of'the' paper an ppprts ; 4krsi i work and dress sales would ir, suUaMe'

y Section,Base nine at-the Sub ;..articlf'by=:a-irian, ivfid;) gas going,I 1fl 'like art-time job. Box T-42, space or cuHe et

marine Base field. o i4tiirni i ave& : i ;highwa 'In For >Office, tnar30-3tx for alfflact aserviee.

............ The Section.Base;scoring start 'hiS letter-iIseY'idoii! 'citceptlopao I ; i'Isa1seed
cd if the -.2nd'> inning".when! Seprnry ( FOR'SALE> -REAL ESTATE ing, wall,; slwi$
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tfceJj axt tfiaf jp Opfe;:w'trfishing" "A'1an# ..Dog anda; and eaMert&Me.decotatod .
gigot a three-base'hit. Neispn .
froth the bridgesaititstuh'ttian'rivT( be fihpwn thcnicame-up} with single Servicemen's i Ctub nest For any kind of property in i Key Mere
ing the score 1 to-0. makl as'-lo'cfcate! Sten'tial f l f ien'i.rel i .t.1 West, be.it home hotels, motelsor plebe faUe

-- ...- Subron-Four 'eame, uP.in" to'' -thrdffting: ;;'1lilbfii::- .-. .1!f I'evenuiy'--*$>9s- is*the first ofa-seties_':" ;J.felgl business locations contact and wanes) w

3rd with Buckalew leading,.'off t We:.would J flee;'tb take'excep Paul Boysen, 628 Fleming SU KJ67 or write P* L;
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errotbywhite.: ; impossllilefPelvlivfi .(rom :;gdeYts, fro-irrservicemeiij. : ,;Ya.:... flienOf A : -
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; : on .throw. --On' Y .r CJ .Y. "V_.j Properly owners. We have ire Twobvde.em _
+a haY8 rirht to choose the government itI I The scientific mjndrarelytak ,.. wilS'"pitch: .Buck ew went to *'!the .Qvtnaeaa'"firphway' bcidg .'Hl_ I, ;' U[tingtOh'Vt.', 1i ;mediate buyers for Key West bed ooru h

third Hollbrock flied"puV\ toi" ; manv.caeS.do $ ,wilh.utter dicreafd'fochutatety -1 l to j'n"tills. 'catch:- ,. .... :"L: .,., business properties. Income or furrmhed.veoienm.. AB
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tb MOl Matthews scoring BuckaJe.-"-" .f ; :! e", "" .
.. : of;ttc { : 'J vacant: lots. Preferably Duval
Ii..tht ..- .... ..Captain Reggie TctVol'aTtter'boat 1'AeaeR
.- ; tirst.half.of .tl1etit ?>,r1.2titertgotg ; '" nvrj .or Fleming! Also listings of other ,
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error }.tL ..>, : sceit 1e standineonthe. twp1 entries,. vi- .X'IIt'i' 'loNt.
a :;ot"on'Mth an by >n.i ., :Wefiyacc, ; 1 f f" .various. $eys, appreciated. F. .+ldl, fi4tsiiladbetitvc
:t Scoi i inp- }hvert. Hodge ;;acrficed|. : ardit4iletJtebridges BONITA'Wefghing; 4 B ,Emerson Broker. +tw flat ._
.. -0 ;.-. Sckc. ( got attwo-base hit.'s Oringi'hook .,his i ':'fi1 8tcp back: ; ao*& caught ;"by"'George ,C. izstre f ;; ; Specialu .
ing.FIa. electric
..." : .Sitiljn and was thrown out /'at 'on..th.c .brid t.'iJhJt,oocgs kwk'r JJedii/.P.a,, 'itmeas d Keys* since 19'9.3-
Emerson
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St.-Miuni.; "Phone 32211.mar2fr. ished. TIle
; :. ,. .. .'the first half of the 7th.t.Ezel" : 'vva'st lcar.t.M Sytntaa feivftacetveryose.4q'meefing \ lk 1eS. :. kitchen. Mut
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.. .. Hollbrock" sacrificsdj'Lucga J'Sfrlop sijreurvci: >6> absTiltTof.'theirownicarcleisnes pounds,,'lenglh 30 1-Z.incttfle.:$( FOR SALE-USED teate' -
CARS Apply after 7"p'C'iastp
'ja .. ; ,. flied.put .to! Smith scor- \:{ a .',,: We, have seen"thea' I algi'rth'btZO inches \1''asat!
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+; ing,Ezell. Elwert got a hit scor1'ingf 'frsscnnen p-q 1 by Thomas' Theall, also ofVaV' M 1937
o. Buckalew. f hf_bridgesbat tr.hadas: many as ? *. .'i. De Soto 4-door sedan gc vd
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Winning, pitcher 'was LuccarThe1 'I.i.tthree pple&'out 'atone time with I[ ': R.. W.-Marvin of Corapolis-Pai condition. 100-L Poinciana on RElltu

losing pitcher was LawrtttcRi: I the Jbyttvof!.the'-pgle'lying about aboard Captain W. DcmcrrUf. Flagler. mar254HxAutoTrailer

Lu ca tsruck. out 8: Lawrence 4 one-quatt r :oC the, way out on charter boat .Evelyn I, eubthi Brand new osa bedea4tl .
struck out 1. Two base hits,. Set t the,.briclgtJI. ; ;."*" ,' an entry for a 32 pound :to overload springs.. Right -cc HMbeeh. tears
kel. :Three ba3e.hits..E1wert and 1 i" V..:ea t-l:istefliht:/ {come along, 50 inches long with a girth-ot': long type. See at 524-E.:! W. h a4>* to

Sccory.. Umpires: McCann aridf and, :.wet.'undcjsta: ; ; : di it-,'has hap inches. Marvin is a guest.of i i1 U ,Poinciana. martMxU36 April LISA per

McG.ee. S 5 5 :'{Pe ?d.:Wt><'t.R r.PoI.es,rand hthem Ocean View Motor Court. -';' .". yew. A* l
1iP.'t. has Buick sedan excellent p>>- Phone 14ft.Nwety .
-Tl scores: hsstierman( no I l One of the" few wahoo enter"Cleveland.
Team .-R .1L,BSubtsvn 1 altsStu f1 't "bin\Sf.lC.: '<' I l was caught by J. G. 'Luks; .tjl tor, good tires, recently over
> .:,flitfaet; ; '. moSt r hauled. Phone 108-R or call at
\ :5 :5. H, VF.erna t though Ohio -aboard-, C a furrnvtirdw
Sedrutt! ::Base '.- '-. t .4.2';\ fishc t tar} ri'. rbatte'r ISO: South St for demonstra *er. Adulto i t -
_. the. o'-giott 'that-" the motoristshouldlook boat Sea Raider." It weighedr27 27 tion. mar30-2tx I.at Itttl6llta' twatadvance.

: 1 put f or him and some !f pounds was 50 1.2 inches long, Write 8rsCifiawl
N a. .y WiClu: : o'f' tnercivhajjone so. far as ,toJ with a girth of 20 inches; <. i 1941 Master. de luxe Chevrolets O tr .

,shpaut"abueCa:: \:cars:j>assing :be-.1 From Captain Frank : '' Phone 393-M.: mar30-9u

'. .. :1'!rawet'Utey-art: bot 'more.careful.( 1 Ir charter_ boat .f&
< SCQ : I comes: an entry; FOR RLM-I19Q1
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.t... : y.: Bowling t.CS of.pwpJb' ? ,:.thC brie. 1, ,9 3* 1:2 pound kingfish, 52 incbjS 1940 Chevrolet $650. Paula Tire
.. ,. ) ;. v Tp begin' "withV" ': fishing bn' le'J t lon;., with a girth of 21 i inches. Shop. mar31Nf x Light tttwekt>epity7

Lucille !Yarborough .and Flo bridges isa 'violation of a tat I caught by Lad Hazlinger '6: >ilt) per w-K1G 111

., Faulconer tied for first place, law. It is a condition that is.tolerated :- t Cleveland, Ohio who whH j. InKy FOR SALE:

with scores of 141, at" the Navy: throughout the. state 'to West resides at 913 GeorgiatrectV

; Wives weekly bowling meet at permit, tourists .and .local .resit : ... Universal electric ironer, wail' Have large', tool I"UUN ra shR,

the subbase alleys Tuesday morn dents to take advantage o(;'t fee- ing machine. Cheap< 2313 1 ate enir.Rrettemn ac.......". !r
l.....S.tf ing. ,Runners-up were Vivian waters surrounding the Jceyi. f + FOR SALE ..= Patterson. mulS.U'Motorola at $4.00 tueel# '
Driver. 134, and Susan'Olson, 132.:! since they: know that Jhe finest '
: : Competition is keen the fishing in the country: is to be Brand new' Kohler & e I etvctric range sadltw .
among CampbcW i+
.. I. auto radio fit
; to all cars t Nr hf |light e1
wives, 28 of whom have registered had along the" Overseas 'ni haY::. pinet piano with bench. Sac from $42. 0 up. Completely in be rraa0d d dealeeL
for the There is 'ho reason to believe rifice. '
bowling tournamentto Apply after 7 p.m. 150J3 stalled. Bridge Radio.
650;; NW l 997.
be held on May' when a ham that fishing will, be prohibited I Seminary Street mar3J-6tfe\ ; 5th St. Miami. mar24.ltnoWhite
will"be. awarded to the handicap fronvthe bridges but if anything -
winner. should happen because of fishermen I Iron safe. .. Wily net iii." a\ the: a
Drum .
Apply Bar, 625
? : outside paint. white M....? .
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Bowlers on >the.bridges through eMIGel. IIW" ".
yesterday included the ;; i Division Street '
Mesdames Lillian Ateelc, Agnes their, own.carelessness., they mar3I-ltj ,$ ,73 per gal.; ; lacquers, clear uP/tinl atwd iPk 1t.YM ,

Watoon Marian Wickham Vera would have no one to blame but I, OLD CHINA and color>> $3.23: and $4.13 per I Ip.RLt ..... tarpek/ -

Wood Helen Vocgtlin, Edna themselves if. 'the law were en- 'Bric-.Brac. modern dinner c gaL Florida tested roof cuat&g. Pmak, balk A "hr4e4hie.
Breeding. Grace Nauser.: Mary forced.' ac t. 75c per gaL Dohcrty & Co. SM I \\.h. was. et ,
some furniture hanging lampS.Wheeler '
L. Gardner. Jean Davis Corky SCALES: I Gallery, Greeneae Olivia, cor. Packer.. : Phone 1)91.IniIl'Stf. Slue pet .;..rwe

Hcrron.. Ella James, Virginia Listed below are the entries Duval. ma-31-JSW 5.545. Mart. sal
Tedesco. Dorothy Grant Helen that. have been received by this tw. MlargatN ssaAM
column in the period of Plumbing supplies complete 1
Helms, and Eileen S. Coughlin. present Servicycle. Reasonable. B .
I the Island City Tournament: Naval Seaplane Base. u-: stock. Plastic tile paints and Nero'ly leeward ruved,

Captain John West of the char- brushes. Murray P1 t lm tMp+. eMl.. reNtlM/i j M attlr -

. Scooter Club In ter boat Mae West submitted five mar3I2ttHousehold t 1532 N.W. 62nd Street. Mfr awl. ....80. HWh'e Tartu
entrictr:" in the tournament y Fla. Phone 7-3421. tnarl.fi .
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., Red Cross Work MUTTON SNAPPER: GeorgeR. ? :, 45-1 furniture."Poinciana.Twin carriage. -
f. : Willis Wilmington N. Cv&> i:' 1181-M. .. Phone Double corner lot 100 x 100 *r li.ett Nllh irta ..1 .J
"of the Cactus Terrace, I rnar316I $ Inside lot I
: guest sub 50 x 100.
r near CM hwatu Itl
Thirteen members of the Cush- it fIPI> "" +
mitted an entry:. kejfthing13 I Marina. Washington and Wil I _.......,
"" man Motor Scooter Club are cntj Bathinette.. 900. 1604
-- 1-2 Washington liam.
pounds. inches with I
30 long. i ia Phone 123W. Owner
f >11cd in the Red Cross first aid Street Garage : 1- --
girth of 22 3-4& inches: J. K. i! apartm "t'
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t" class: now being conducted at tk. Crowell of' Morgantown, N. C.J ': mar29 tx,. mar30-J S440ft I _NIICI1.LAH8II.( _' .
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Jil'iI,' .: ". countycourt house bv Emery also "a' guesVof. the Cactus Tep
.p< "- vWhjcjWen; and Moreno Wallace. race xntercd."a twelve poundlatch I For quick sale: Good seventy'-fiv eBeady oceanfront.for Stock Uaa4. I Wa/ltees. tfetlV .. t srlr

; Enrollees are Mr. and Mrs. R. in this.'elasS.GROUPER: I pound ice" box. hot plate bookshelves dence.: &rcalJL cabins Write hotel rwi. I Earle. IMrajHth. U'4ii' .l8sx

N. Daniels, sponsors of the club. ;. Marion S. Abolt tables food safe' 'l 5 WAR, Citizen 11$4.L
and the following members:-Mr. submitted an'cntry of a 33 pound .couch beds. Morgan Studio flU marl.tfMan'.1
and Mrs. Malcolm Waller. JohnKniiht. Fleming Street mar3o-'.'tae Fwti $ iaraaleed Nwabe
grouper with a girth of 27 inches I bicycle, balloon tires. 1'rit '
Maurice Wilson. N. K. and '35 inches long. Abolt is from $22, Phone 67 -J. 323 paleslr'wes etlelslrM;t'
McDonald, Jose Padron. Jr.. Ron Bos +crlt. Indiana and i is also a M nX Rollfast' bicycle used oneraonlh. beth St. H. T. Colemn.mar302lx.Elt- Jolla ew.,. HI Mltrga
aid Brodsky, Frank Young Gar guest at'-the'Cactus Terrace. Very good condition Phone 7M.

land Jbhnson Edward Jackson George-... Willis who submitted -I Apply Southern Dairies, South; --It::

and John Busto. an entry'for a Mutton Snapper ard Street. mar30ltxElectric 1 metal 3-dour ice box. Sput.--. waeUi4i ....
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also entered: a grouper; of 431}j compartment: with ti
TheWashington Monumentwas pounds.4. inches long with a Apt.-size stove. Good Stump Lane. .piCet. 1 1_ ____ .... TWPbe.e Ttis

started in 1833 but not opened .girth of :32.1-2 izwbes.AMBEPJACK I condition. 715 South St, Apt. 2. m..r tIM. $40 ti>wed K .

td' the public until 1885. : The final entry *" ," mar29'3.tx" A Jenny Lind spuul bbd. inne, tlMraelleeeeaeek4li -
submitted by Captain. West wa ----I-
spring mattress and
Egg prices are highest from fur .amberject weighing: 43 I J Harley Davidson motorcycle Like new. Phone box rpnng.' 5yrttatttlYr. m 11/
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July through December: and pound 43 incheslone .with\ aj good condition. $240.(W.) 13Q3 calf 36-1 Pomciana /1r t ied. p 11r abMnle'f
'- reach; a'peak about Nov.-L -''' ;* girth"vf" 'l-yinches.: H:.A'Stlf *,-* ElizabetS street: -lIar31! M.. ....... .... ..
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[ ,',-%tDK 3DAY.,MARCH 81, 1948 ) -.: -' ." .." THE KEY WEST CITIZEN..-- .-.-.,-'.....-. v'p nvus y

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.1 x BENNY'S :, -.E. TOBUY H sadth r.isdoubtu'to wheroto .IHIrDIRECTORY WILL DIRECToeo'oooooooooooooooooooooooo YOU

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'- ; .: Motor C. .; ... .. ...... .........:.............=4................'............ ......... ........ .............. *.oeI >.
711 DUVAI. STREET %;, te f|iQNE.. ,1000Nice ""_ -> .
'i.tf. 909 Simonton St. .,;; .: -.r .: 1 "W REPAIR IT : 1 1o
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'iI. :. : ol BCXKY FERNANDEZ: Plenty of. Action Toj.;for:the-Children 0 .: : "; 'We war:Glt For ..I DeliTer :', : WHITE STARCLEANERS : Service Station :

o S.n df4tA& AET. / ""I l ,. ElectriSlrAppliajjc! es.Ripait cl: i?' : .; .. >IO Y.as'parlraa,. ;rr, la>:I.ctdal< w- i ': e : .. ...B1W>Y. Hiniper PHCttZ HM 0 i I

'f.., .LUMCHEON.Hn 8t.lt.r30 11:30 U 1 ...........:;..r. .rs..e... .. .... .. ,,.<' c .' :"m. J fD. s. ,. Street : : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. :: Franc cod X>a.... Knot !i
.: :........_..eef: .. t?...........{..... f......."".. T-. ::....> t'f.;; .. .ELECTRl ,.t = : -701'DtJVAL STREET : Tire Tube BaUerie Auto Ar
.. S rile... Orden-Bra oSteakt. .. ... HOME':' RM;;5, ; m'fti'. ii'1..t{' :.:.., P-r..: .,.fJ.i'-.00..0-BOeOeo. .. - = ;
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I : 1207 DITISI :i J :A i Jl24 ON STREET1; fsq n #; ?I lei. BOX'W '
r rI I h : Try Oat Frosen : .,. ,.tt : !:r:_';...r .- ;,.I;; t ..; : : : .: anti Pressing : AUTO AND :oo
TROPICAL DRINKS : : ;:. 4RiX.. ,' 'm / ;' ,'rs -:+'sjir..r j.t ILSAUNDERSMECHANICS 21-HOUR SERVICE TONS ta:
.. : .. .. i 1 3 'r+i .fur,, Mkt ae+mii\ :' ;; : .: Free Pick-Up 'and : :
: Open Daily'and Sunday. : : : tee tremn..!.. Pao., it ; ...... BODY SHOP
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"_ .......ooooeoooooooeeeoo : Sick Roor11u ppU Sl mti l.. 'tp t tr.f:' .:-:"' y.J'":. _- 'S. I'G"dht.ti i : SUITS for MEN : (Ov-CS. .GREENE: STREET :
I : Toiet'PJepal': tiom''and7ltticIes! {;' ", ;' 1' :: : and WOMEN ; Auto 8'500 *::500 {
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.. I WASHHK MACHINE : ...............................S........'...... ...................f.. : ....
: eooooooooooooooooooCROLYN
: MUMFORD% % ....................... eeeeeeeeoooooooooeoeo
and .... ...
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It till I : : : ROSS .
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--- ,, :j. Repairing : : DUVAI. STREET- :. : : PRITCHARD U RUSSELL'S :: ,: : 5 BE1rrYrr :
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..r.--t.. -i.rr i Not SalcvuirnFactery .i: ..1; EzcllUll'elloraroeCounl7DUlriliUI Carrier AirConditionmgor .. '..g\\:.:.'r'. ..i. .i; FUNERAL :i DRY. GOODS. .....a :i' LOPEZ I ; Ormcat DONALDBARBER Hotel tIt =SU .i

: / Domestic : en : ;
and Commercial .r. .HOME > 1106 OLIVIA"STREET
: i33 '...-.. ." .. ; Funeral ServiceEstablished We s P+dozfza :
i Methods : PHONES. ; .tiu. : : J Zi: : : S
.1i by Trlad Men eoew*.oooe. .. PHONE 373 '. SealpTrtatmenta.llair Dyeing
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: XCNMORC MAYTAG SPEED o .1. y y *=. 1 /} ,, Il h t$ oe "P t t,t i 7>Specialising ., Licensed Funeral i.....................s.cans OO.<.asaT.....WAioi.9STELLAS ...........

] .: QUEEN and Others :. : HOTPQlNfRefrigerators .+....., .. iC" .. ; WE HAVE NEVER . all' .. Directors and .............-... ........."....................,
f tn.lle + .Ies '. : BETRAYED.A TRUST- : : y :. Eiiibaluicrs) eEikirr :. d '
: Wrlnprr RollTRADERS 1 : : I BEAUTY NOOK
L. ,. : : ,: *Disposals'and dI- 4-1jwt:. lvt: {W 8;r.l IJ JFclwe/iVcwcZ. :: .:' : :
.::: fh' :: THE>' :: : Washiu g 'Ia c 'uteri for Immediate! >peljycryAPPlMNfeEi> :- : : s ':. ':' 24-Hour | : Scientific All Beauty Branchea" Culture :

Y+1 134 DiiTal Ambulance Service ;i S i : Clt ldrcn s :. Ambulance ; : Tbor-u f"4 :
: Strttt : : HOME ::.. :.. .: l : ExperiencedOperator
... I PHONE 1431 Telephonesi 51&: : I .. : ; : :
: :
..AI.'. ...................... 60S SIMONTON. SThEET .. ,. .. PHO : ,., < if : r argil : Service 2 .. Soft Water U:*d ExcSaalvorfPhone :''I
:.................................-.:.:.......1.J.l.....i".. t ... 1H.nr S1eep! ,. : lJl; : "
; ........... ............. E'y : .............ee.. ': ..........b......... : Phone 135 Night 636 2eeeeee : 637 536 Hernia: ; St. s.: .I :
:riott. : .. ...................... e 5s e ;
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r LOWE'S. ::. : Key West Self Service .Laundry :: I:. J A. MYERS I: r.................... .: Former Customers, Friends and the Public larrt l ::
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: ot Division and Whiiehead 'Opposite.. jjghthouse : Frances Beauty Salon
i y : : : : :. Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS : :
: Work : .
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Left by AA1." CantfeJ -; : Licensed, .. .. Trances Park Owner : yI'
: RADIO I J Picked Up by 4. r.M. 'SmheTqy.I \ : :- 1010 CRINKELL STREET "
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1b I' n I l\1aytag\ ystemsPh9 JM 4 : i PAINTING Contractor j CONCH SHELLS .: : Beauty Culture in all its Phaua +
FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED Z Permanent Treatments "
SERVICE .......................... r All Sias / Scalp. e
: : ....-.t... .....: : T. .pboD. 9127 114 DUTB Stroot Jofforsoa Hotel %: Facial* Shampoo Manicuring ...
: .) ".:,..I .: ........ ............................:.....!. .... ......*........................................ Foe Appolnte at Pboao 1M1Marion's y
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:.J"Ji. 301 .: ... ............................................... COCOANUTS ....e..........ee.......................s...
: : ;: ........ ......
u. : Save 20% .. I BETTER : : .............".""".""" "
13titpra \ >MargarotStroot : When You Want. FASTER, J -
: 'on dwelling, .Fire 'Insurance i : : : ; : CASA cYO; :
: moxcantf' : : FLOOR SANDING :: SPONGES e, IWESO ":\ .

tt)7cos.) .:. ::| PHONE 1301 -: : hold bldg-boas.and Itr INSURINGwith r ? '. : : On Old or New Floor*-CALL. US FOR AN ESTIMATE : ,.. ;S ,, BEAUTY SALON 1 !, ).

.: : :; sonal. ttects per AtlanticMutoal: !,\Fffc-fosurante:: ,.Co..All ::' ,: Guaranteed Work Modern Method" Ij : Will of US.Ship droClaarl "Southernmost'House. in UJ5JL- ;
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and 1400 Dual.Str..t' nIt
; Pick-Up ; ,. Policies'Non-Assa. Tolopboao: .jd ;
. : San rd% onMercantile : --'
i.." } DeUrcryoooooooooooooooooooooJ j : Marcy S. Palacio Exp rt air.nntiDCJ.Hair Cutli .' '-
J. DOUGLAS TREVOR : !. .
.. ... ,_ : :.,.: Stock, /.' L.. Cnuoej Irhone674. .:: ,. Personalized Permanent* Str1lng

P" o*.*...a..-.- .....tra..."........-..r.-..-..*............ .... :.: .o'...1829.....Hartis.Avcnue........ ........... Plionei374-R.... ........:. ..:" KEY 401 WEST South, FLORIDA Street Exclutrr.CorecUTO but HotExpOBriTO Facial *- J j Su. '
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'I J.; ....................... : ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo. ,' e : ...OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIREAL ..................................e..*.**eeoe

:t.' PRICE TOURS" i B. & B. CYCLE.
1ft. I TOP SOIL. .SO PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : lay a riaoatla
: :
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:'I Fleming St. R. M.Daniils.. Prop. .. : MARL HAULED$5.00 for 4 YARDS Salca. P. ,
-.r 1= Paucnger : / Motor ScootersSales Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable Wave
: i .
;;: ,Repraeatati a i Appraisal S
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..- J-J.1t1 : .. : anCushman d Service mui Delivery : G. WEECH 1021 Olivia St. : : Lease : Beauty '{
. I .: 'f .BICYClE : PHONE 801 ,. ;: Rentals S '

.at t. : FLORIDA EAST .. a "i elf: riice ;:...........................................o : Management : Colony
tai I
. I. : Buddy Seats_ ...rep .......ee.e... : Improved and Vacant ; 111 Sovtkai4Stroot
., : COAST RAILWAY : ... :
S.. W'COWEE'SHOP'i : Propottios i la K y Weal S
: Parking : w
hM Flags ;
: and Monroo CountrJ. } Nest to Soutlfcmrocot ,1
o >ITow. Locatod >H! aa9
&..f .', I Ill DUVAI. STREET
4 .Windshield : BeautySchool
COBO'S.. .t.. .* j and OTTO 2 "
;; tI : DR. ; Open Daily Sunday,
I
: .Footrests : J : KIRCIIIIEINER 2 All Ucoaao*
!
" 1 : OFFICE s..) 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. BeoMtidaao
41 REALTOR 2
:
.? : : : SERVING T| ;
In. FIZMUIO 8TRCET : 411 t Sveclal sq i3 '
cJ.I'td. Boar oi Lo Concha Hotel :.t Also DAYTON BICYCLES end. *, : COMPLETE tiiniiers : Fleming Strict S Most Modern -
; .. : : ENAMEL Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : 819 Whitehead Street 2 r.y Pbzs ot,
o STEELCOTE RUBBER .ooo : Phono 121 and 731-R Beaut,. /
Ilk Col
-REASONABLE PRICESI ,
124 ,
. PHONE + --- : rt'
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-. ooooovoooeoeoeoooooooooaoooooooooeoeeaoooooi. ... ............e oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.e...............................r ,.e........oooooooo'o e *......-.eii............. !........e......e-e../ .,......Telephone........SE 206 HABLA for ESPANOL Appointment.oo ...

5t,.. .J'::'' : BICYCLES ..REPAIRED : : ROMERO'SWe ELECTRIC : ......................: ............e............e...............
+
:,1&' ."a J. .S : 'FoR RENT : : SERVICE. Good Work Low PricesDaily
;... t Hitln! the Kits. to the : '! -. FOR SALE '. : : 2812 HARRIS AVENUE I : INSURANCES I: t

t;= It .2 GULF COURSE : : Our Customer* Must B. ; : Repair and Rescind All Type ofELECTRICAL : : ; : ,between 1:30 AJ4. and fcMPJ ..
t ,
'. ; ; -AppoinUnenls are acceptedfrom :
': j'ra. I : : : Sat /ied.- .. : ; I MOTORS : OFFICE : public bv Senior Students of e
')1'Dt : : : S20 DIVISION. STREET PHONEUn' : .: : 521 SOITIIIAKD :. .: :tIt
an : J WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED: ; TheSouthernmost 1
STREET
; : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : ; l1,-PUONEll&l-Jusl Ask for BRITT WINSURANCE .. : : ;

3zJru. M :: .: ........................ ....... ...........: c.S.a............................ti.e...e..... : Opposite_Bus Station ., School
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: """""""""""""""""""""" 4'
__ : PHONE KO. 1 of f Beauty t Culture I ;

."' TAKE sus + DRUM BARd i i ,! : 523 Southard Street \ I

t3...1.0il'. :: N0. 1 : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT :: FIRE WIND Auro BONDSand : .: -TIII-: : : There are a number available i with over $00 hour
tot>be ,
of
< state approved instruction who .
ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : know
the
latest
.. GOLF ; 92S DIVISION STREET PHONE. Ills ;: : : : I PorlcrAllcnCompany t )I ; phases in. beauty culture. These student tw..ut ftaaa.I. :.

JI, f li.. LUC It S ; "We DeZirer"_- .. .. Key West Insurance Co. .. .. ;, ,. under beauty expert culture,supervision do food wort of at a Tery 4cea tow ed ttocscrW trn.-.
.Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town
U .. I. : a : : ill-BIMONrO N STREET PHONE 1371 o : ; though appointments are not required. it te sxtviati ,
Have runt Packaged Goodsoooooeeeeeoeoooooeooo : : Directly in Front of Postotfice : : For Appointment St- ..t
: ...................... .................... 523 SOUTHARD ST.. P ",
tdm .......................... ... 1' or
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S. KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ....s........... ......................P.11'
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:..z ........e..................................... :: See the NEW MODELS of the Better Known Makes of ,Z''....................e.e...................e.a :............................ .ti.i

. :. S : RADIOS WITH ALL THE :y : : :

-fti4 ; S When 1 You GoS .. S : NEWESTRADIOSPHONOGRAPHS; C..fTS; : Clarion : BEAUT.. I I.s Ita
i4X
- I Food" Shopping ,. :. :. :. Your Entire Douse N,.
s Be Sara to Get Liberal Trade-In Allowance
: : :
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: r WORLD'S FINEST SMAll RADIO INLAID LINOL .1
J: : ; : Bring Your Radio for Repair :. : AC DC Superbeterodine : hJ

'rx i deJ Uffl : Plastic Table Radio : or ASPHALT h''
24ndio; ;
.. 1 : S Tubes (IncL Rectifier) : EXPERTLY IRST. ,J v.
CASH or TERMS *
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r ENRICHED BREAD # TELEPHONE 1454 miKey 'atk', ..
: ServiceAl'sMusic
+ a Repair ? EVERYTHING for the +

.1... !. !: The Foundation of Today, ,. ; ; t "' READY-TO-WEAR FAMILY in .; W< ar.R.a

Meal Planning "Why Pay More When ; '
, .
t : '..1' I Co. ; You Can Buy for Less?" e. ;

t S RALPH; W.at FAJIALDO a .. ,..! -'.,,.!'.!! VHOrTSU4 i Too Wo Latest Have 522 Southard Street ..a I HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. S Floor Covering Co f tt
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: RECORDS PHONE 1081 : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET TELEPHONE 1512"oeeeeeoooooooooooooeeeeeeooeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeo 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WTST. t


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J '; WEDNESJAY

PAGE SIX' ,.. .: .. __.___ _._ . .TIIf(: R1 y 'WE T E e
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HILEGALS S
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f\ THOUSANDS RECEIVE EASTER: 'fltESSINCS# : 4 5:,.' i iIJLJ jJ $( .ia'H": i Red(l 't ] .1 .
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f; Leaders In J The "I T e )f'I n I : tape TahglesPhilippines 'i The aph m1m .
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1 Illl I ___ ""' __- I '0 'J. .trMgrlHag lBBjtt ..fc jM | -j ,y.._ ;; I. <..!' -agrT"p "' :'-' .4 t civiliao tqn'fit

.+ Battle For I Italy uasa'Jf mm.re.DiToRi rsea...: Aaee. 5.- It*. lsae. \ ... _I ... 1 c ua ''''4: ...-,.. '. ," ee dfFr Food PlaiiesjMANILA. 1.ft'Ol that t as'fRIIY+,oerranenbllre J 19 +tid i ...required .
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;IN THE COI'RT'OI. THR.< i'OI'NTVJiiMiR a ,.. .....--.4-: of. x ...... ,- the
.O>RORP rot\TV... a.,,, : '?fY' _..,,, ....... : rf AP -WS Irrternaiiionil to supt"ni.earid .
PL..IDA.11: : .. NEW rn IfA P-'lt) is : : ) departar: of It sirlghti' ,

In re KMai4 vf j <' .-' it ham thai l Alrpbrt"naV) ;, instead of
1.YMAN AKtR: .; JJ l > ; India where 75 perjcenj Ifnit
II Nichols- Field, ,but fro(!< all the
; 'I I Mc.aeedTA cit-hey'SZ kre i ...
XJB.OOO I.
: ( people '
AM'CRRWmRS: ASH PP.Rf'O. think thc still
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... red tape you'd "' "' caAir''
a es % jJ tiAVIft1( : CLAIMS OR I .KAttAlNST 'sa agriculturists could_ not produce! ) C
JiAri13 RAID ESTATES ,.. was., "a war an- ;y Laet.3na
Yen. .ad'' iath tot you. ate h.r.t>y sufficieM'to meet er''r'nt.-eds.:!* "fyayi ,Seven big airlines which 'use \: t

notified ehUmii and_.reqmlred 4t n a dB.-, to which preneiitar yon.or z >. I $ In hiitry.: and Supply ':Minister -:; Uv- field, backed' by) Airport| 1.

\ L41At either,of you. may 4>av. arainut < k.t< tK) Shyamaprasad: Mobkht-- Matogtfr Jesus Villamor, have '" r, --$'

tile estate .f L.yvin. Baker Anrd -**** fa petkitme4I' Fresidtlf Man>r 2l 1.1.A..
ct
lard of pa W County. |A the Ct>untr < ;e e ;s
.J.dff0 "* .9>er.<..> r ontjr, Florida. I 1 Even;iqI' tnhe';[ ,Piles;nt; low'atazldafet'et t0 / [ .- T,1iitf
1 at hilt fleet-In the'-eoort house of a nutrition Ma kberjcssays : d0P 9.to' C'
S 9 ;) td
aid Count y' uKey' \Vext Florida. 'fJ o
within I tetsfht 'nt.wlhs from : India*(' af portihyw: } ifarate ( lattr :"' BESf (, ..

the .lmef,.IJ.9O."tonsper yaW;: ;
: 4' ,
I 1I tiUft notice. iacb"Ialm or demand '
about '
$300,000,000.
hall tM>> -wtltng'andhaIF.tate eostinyher- 9+
the plarc:f reiudeftc and ,pout of* Teh :percent increase in-. the iO ty % Her

I If* 4dreM nf- the> (claimant. and present:'''production( ,, in India willfoveY'f'3t13rg" .J
f shag be nrorn- ..,'tlle .claimant.hix .
agent. or,Mattorney.. and any .lla SaYs.er4ttemtlone .- F. _'_ '-, r... '. .j .- .. -:.-
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hall h..ofd, '
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:t lsd> JTTANCRR R. 'RA p.n' ; ""r; \ \ ; '- -
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All ,ad lniMralrU of the A .: '
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'Kstste, of Lyrra Baker d.- .t. : ;

; PALMIRO TOGLIATTI Allan >B.ecnd.Clesre,-.Jr.. .. 9 *' .!!, TJi

III'I t Leeds Attorney tor'lU-iftJ ( \tattls.' .7'. end
tf fled in bid for power} .,. r K
l\NOiDATES
Jr11! '; p'r.i.It."LU4ll. (: t wfit

\ against right-wing -governmeh11 !,/.. ; r t srlk

iv THR-o crrr-r. ..|-..f OP-:THK ". ,. r____. 7- ,
gfj
ELEIE\TH JtOH'lAL OP TfTH TTK"'"*' FLOHIUl.iv :. 'P In.te
Aie row ueiukK roi-vri. T 'C AP AVirephOtoRadio; frcrmRelne,: ) j off
i. '. .
151 rUAFJI.Cd.e Political. Posters
.1
$ '
Tbledl
L-- A\r.soN.> !11.3,2CEnRfiF POPS: PIUS Xll( '(let l fore jTouhd)>' giVtw'Caster bltsings:lo come ifiQ.6aQ people jammed in:St.'Ite-: I t foal

+i '.- 'plaintiff.vn. ( R '.Ur'..Square at Vatican' City,l .Rome Sunday. The 'pontiff: told the cheating_ : imitfrtude ''tkat tpe, Retjuire( j license 1 e rare,

a s TH HLM A jj.atflitQT.W hour ot.CJirbtian conscience has sounded. ': C'
ygr. .' .- ,11o>'_d..t. ',. .' .y' .? -, :, .;. .' ; a i r of
ORDER .oF" rrmaCATIO\ -- -. -- 'faltahassee. March-I3-AP( ) e
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TO: The ma wn'h.Ibb&w' t '
1 J3:I'l. AVenfrllfeht Str..... Apt. 3. LEGALS ? : HkJw p't >isesl-la to have "its Be cai'ef ul "where you p t.'p iolilicei r w
New' fork' NewTor*. .. Lady GodivaAides''Again .. 5T1le' -. r
3 f 'was". T..'ar. hereby required". appear -' 2-- -; i]f t fisilife, :size stAu4t\ .il! ter.. ; tersstate: Her ts a,bookpcded of

; ; yne t.J the In-BIH'the .for bo.Divorce r.U'k4f>' filed rarfiie again on or* .\ti':THE.Tr.'TIl riHrilT'CWHT.jrnirfii. rutfrivj OF'THE : Sc p'i! tor' Sir I ', _tii/iliiatn .. ne1d -: : road! daparttf: nt's with news.yii I 'loot

beforetb 3eth.day' : :'of.April, Jf.- IX t\.t\D'FOR.- MO\ROE <*..|-'T.i { d _,__foot bi-onzo _Statue division .of' outdoor advertising J
j of i ifumlture .
1948. tbenrtu: '''e'aU l eiralimi ('()n- l'Ht\CER)'. i.l ? T warns' "' aign work? thatcandidates"pEae3rds New selections in&I
tainM.thcrelKkltbetaken! as con.. .. COVENTRY Eng. of. rYesident.IZ osVveltwirf be cam floor'
AP- :
('a % 11.x11 1 .--- ( : 'be ; B
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cant
put t
<< :
s QC', limed.Pone and> 'OderM? < .at t" Key? W.. t.Fl RACITEL )t.: rHU. .",faRi1aiatlfr. .... t. Coventry through" whose 'stets I unve 1e4' by t/tts": .Rq sav.t'Jt at I,'along- the highways' without. a I coverings; and oJlv!' ; Jayc

3 r14a.-blx"C" : tB-!tty_.of'-March. \. 1r.\'IJol"-t ,ANnLF.R.unoun. 900 years ago-nxkMh9 l.legendary Grosvfiior.Square., London, "ApVil. 'license for jea"ch. home furnishing :, : port

rMA tita'rFiAw ,: Cf "- t Lady Gridrva--clad 'only in .her '.12, is*=doing'thn.joU. I j'rtie''varning to 'signs Last minute bar" : any
rlOnd3n' : applies
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..R .o! jlawyer: ORDER .OK PI UI.K-ATIO ---- -- )0. ----J- outside the limits ol mu- gains to hefp.yotfwith
....yule o': "tn-.ItCpurt. planted.
TO: Irvin 1t'handJ..r. I wwrwww r..w rwv.vliwwn ... y.aPolitical I red!
Byr/lndl. ,.PlnreWe=-l K- : 2179- Rav.ry IJri\.. 'nicipalities. Even with a>> license your homedecorating .
> |-f. ywri-k. .... ... \\vrt. Virginia. : '
('harl. can't put. posters, within 15 and
ALCIDE: DE GASPERIAs'preraier. Hnriqite R \ I'i. -. Attorney. lor PlalntlfflT .\ nil>.KRKI.: to appear, answer I ISI. feet of highways rights of way. N your house dean<

; his job has'been.:tohold :- ...\\ina-:. !;.,."'JH.i.H-I.U411: nr rite ether pleadings l .
.f Complaint for .IIVnr.! flied lagairtet f fhr
: off strong leftist forces. ?:,, SOTICfc :TOC1S5S CBEDrroi 4t )ou RArilKL. IIj r j DEMOCRATIC. PRIMARY\ .JVTAY\ 4, 19-18 poles
:: .Probate 'ACr; ..: 11*.. I t0) ('IIANl'LEF ''in the shave a1late 'daun. s- I)t' 'Director Max Denton of the I styles of dothinoS

.1'''Tn> reI.R".1'1' rocvrtrorTr. : : <>. on -or h.fore'the 2Slh day. of t&. ....... ................ .......&.I outdoor advertising division 'said fOr'ofthe: famffy.
\ : -Jtwa.-Muasa April1)41.. oihrwi. tinall.'Ea- t L
\ ions of said hill will'bv taken ant i tRrPd that means th? small pla rdgenEl"U ;i '
i F I.e R f DR.. 1'I'A.TE; .. For GovernorW. For:County.. Commissionery A- special'I
> by >o. This' order to |
sz .ofif y used candidates
In by are
re: Estate '
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.Mit Vsh.. i in THE: )..a.Vt':':; I section of doth-.; ; Clo
ATIL.t>.A' aitri.. -4 ; > < : A. SHANDSBILL FlftM District virtually"tLseless onlk' high. ,.
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1)eesaed. ''ITI.EN.Dt'WIIJ1IIIN"F published for taller and: day
1 109 ;:
Tn All ('r"dirnistnd; : Persona llavIB.K .; .n llonrA, County. .'l rlda. onor a ( ( ) EDNEYPARKER: ways. _
{"!alms or\\Iman Ataln l week for four eonp.cutiveweek... ; a. larger women. an
Raid KsOrte4V,, y. Itatcd' this : low aad..drh < ..re4 ta I'l'f'sen) {OIRri'IT COITRT SKAI.) i extra tel men. Per
District
any, data" and ; dcman4a which Rosa: C )lawyer:. l j i EDWIN G.. FRASERFor fifth; Neil i, Saunders :i These new selections are mo
you. or ,either of:;you.-; may' have Clerk. '../ the Cirr-iiil Court ; W.;A 'pARRisH'
....hu'ald.tat.' : oC fllatilda Ky: led} Kathleen Nottag. i .re ; values yowH wont to see wont to buy.
Mendel, detwaqe; .*-la|.. of paid Deputy tlcrk, t State Comptroller ... wa
County' >t. >-i)>. .,..Co..ty: : Judge Df' ('o..ta.. Mar & Klny.I.ilorneyn :, .. .' :- (Incumbent) For;Superintendent SIGNSSimon r : Come in or phone todav.
of llonroe.County;,. Ji'1..Wa.t, bin' ," for plaintiff t. f
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a ffic /J. lhcoutk-'h<>u of sail .t1 r.1.RulhUng": : C. M. GAY; .Public .Instruction'
Co \ K4yWe.to PlorMa..wUh- Jlami. 32. Fk>rida. I 2I1 ton StreetHAS'.THE tralOthJ
.' ALBURYFor ROE BUCK; AND CO,
.tn calendar fnwirth*.from the ma.r.lIapr-U-I.UU.: ; v AVILLARD:M. L'aI
tim I of flee first'DiihJicatlon" of this': For Circuit Court Judge ,I OHLY o*oi 'Office
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nodee Eachclaim demand
.er
shall. Ite In writing, and' vhall slate I..{ THe riHrrrr COURT op TUB'. j' (Group One) i Superintendent NECESSARY LICENSESIN Th
the and ....._. CORNER S1MONTOK
place of. rcKldence poet office F. \TH Jininti.iHrriT MONROE COUNTY
addrensf. > the '.iaimanu and Ol- THE T\Tr2 OP FLORIDA, WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN 1 r Public Instruction and FLEMING STREETS C Phone 1560
hail "=..wori, 'lo.'hy the claimant. ti A.\""It FOR MO\HOR "OI"T".. r Li
her agent tit hr attorney and any IV.THA. CKHV. t HQRACE. O'BRY ANT'J'
such 4-IaJIDo..1I4t1aaA4aot; so- filed Calew 11-a: For! State Attorney.. ... I --o ___ ____, ,_ ____ _._ _hh ___ ._.
Jb e'.v ld. : ,.,... --1: t tr- dp.LA': KANTOR7- \ TtainUff.t X ... i GLfeNN C.iINCEIt For Superintendent .q r --t: '

: ,PIETRO NENNI 'AnbdPdntRpatri.f the Estate! -or t < 3 eELIZAt1ETH Bc-eleciLsn 'I' f, 'd
( : .1 Public-Instruction: :
: Uatlld tnd' .a l;-de'.*a..d- AP.a1STRONnlloxrESTOLLEN : OT f

., Leader of procommunist S(>- ar.l.. : 1apr.-.1,4.U4ll. W F.Rc.'K [ For State Attorney I MELVIN f:. RUSSELLFor m
reefendant.
r / : cialisfs. he asks a change.! >, : I" T$1J '(.nu-t-i-rc.o: ; ORDER: OF p.'n"'ATIO' '
Of" THE WALLACE
WEBSTER G.
:, F.LEEITP9'. : .lUMrU.L ..IRCIITop. TO: Elizabeth. ArmstrongStollenwerek. 1: I l Clerk of;Criminal Court i. THE HIGH-SIGN r f0
'TRR.TATROF; FLORIDA.
I'' 'IX IN IHA ADD FOR CERT..MONROE CO!.\TV. 4lt';South' Tfnnffuff.highland Avenue. I} For State RepresentativeFor E C,_SAM ;B. CURRY I II '

rt aca Casa o.';I-= Ton are hereby required to appear I Io : Re-ft:>mln.aticm 1
For Clerk of'Criminal l Court
: the Kilt of Complaint I for j jn ,
I1ORTSL: HARRIS'DARFJELn. divorce' I
: nd I -
: PAPY '
BERNIE C 1'S
_' : .Plaintiff. the above ittyled rause or j I HARRY DONGO ; t.
YR.'.. ,- IIIVOKCF, Mile the 23rd day' of April. A. I>. ;. I
GF.RALP iF.JY1n. H48.! otherwise the allegations '
-.: .. : thr.adant.ORDF. therein will he.-taken as 'ronfesM-d. i I For State Representative i E I For Supervisor of ?
"-or pt'.r.'TloTO \ Thin Order Is to he published once :
AIDs : <-..rat d 'Ra rfMkI.1Addtrr9 1 week for four consecutive"' week. i! MILTON A. PARROTT I.i j Registration : .OF REFRESHMENT

: ; I'h known.. In The K.J'.ftt Citizen a newspaper I (Mickey) I JOHN ENGLAND'.
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Ton are. hepehy1 repaired to near published. In the City of KerVM. ; ; :
\ ; Florida.fiOXK
to the Bill.of Convplaiat. for divorceIn .
AND ORDERED this :!!!n .
the at.4'lJ'led: ratm on or. i l \ For Judge Juvenile Court '
For State Representative
for ,the !-JSrd: ..day of, April, A. n day of Mareh. A. n. 1948. I :
194$. olh.tlne': the !allegationsthereilnwlll Ross C. Sawyer ;i TOM O. WATKINS t\ DAVID E. McCURDY : ."; (
be-taRen.an confeoned.ThU (SKAT.) Clerk of the Circuit Court 'i '.
Monroe County. Florida.By 1 '. ,
Orderln'ID b
e p.taUfthed once
a. week*forfohrc.Aeeutlve, weeK : Kathleen Nottage For Sheriff i i For Judge Juve.iiJe.Court '.' '

in The Key Went .Citizen nova. ) Allan B. Cleare.Solicitor I>ruty Clerk.Cod i I FRANK O. ROBERTS' ,:', '. ::
paper PUWlnhed In therplty of KeTW : FRED O. EBERHARDT : '" ,. "
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for Plaintiff. :
: r,ta ..... Fjlorlda; -a' A'_ .. -
12 ; DOSE AND."f: )nr>KnEn this! 23rd mar.:4-2tapr.t1t.A.P.lS48.: ; :i For Justice of Peace : -. t 1.t{ Tt
day of )larch.;;A. h. 1''''.. ,1' -
Sheriff
E: 1 a RftII..IiI&wyer.. I\ TUB riRCVIT ('0. .... OF TUBKLKVF.TH For i? First District r tlf;.

reel _b_ .... (SEAL) Clerk: of the Circuit Court,. Jimrl\l CIRCITF ,: ALTON GOEHRING :
IRA ALBURY
; Jl'oa'fo( C vlltT. Florida. OI THE STATK! OF FLORID.
3 lint POPE PIUS XII '-.?. Byf (Fd' ) 'Anne Longuorth. l\' All FOR "O'KOIT'. | ("Dut hf ") | For Re-election. t u '
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Clerk. :
p'aS ,. I'eputy -HA\CKKY.
Hilary!. t'b'UI7. lase ,.. 11-::14 .i .
tel he Catholic Pontiff's stotoaeots Setfrltof-roi.Plaintiff.; FRET L. FI'NKHtt'SER, I For Sheriff j For Justice of Peace
A the' vote.y mar..=" J.a.l.t.1n"n.. Plaintiff. t. y
influence ; .
e4 f k
may RIVASI
a ,,0k! '., I .' T*. nif>KrK ; EVERETT R. J First District
this P\ewafea.re. \oTirp.6i' tYTFT10TO. MiltAPrLiCatte' F: PATRICIA. E. STERNERFITNKHOrSER. PAUL'BOYSENFor'Justice I'
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: len Italy faces a new crisis as-.its .FOR'F111aL:; ".1". Krfendant.ORDRH I I For Sheriff Ii'

''29 >eople go to the polls April I*. ('.YARtian..t' (Prol fe' T.&ai93i, ) Tot Patricia OF E. Sterner PUBLICATION Funkhonser. i j BERLIN A. SAWYER of Peace "

Ian ;0nununisU, allied with one wing K ror RT of*THE re CT vJfttOtViMflWlWLB 21 i West. Chestnut.! Street.York 1 t I For Re-election! DistrictMYRTLAND ..
rOt Tt. Countr.Hanover. I. Scoo4 I. :
m Str if the socialists hope to over* STATK. 0P..Pt.ORIDA.IV'FHOJIATIJ. Pennsylvania. ;1 CATES .

t irow the present government You are! hereby required to appearto | For Sheriff .'
'' fn. r*..the' Estate of-a. the. Bill of Complaint for divorcein I -
am hick excludes left wing ,eltpents. Elsie B.'RoesfDtt4esRed before | JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD :
: the above Myled cause! on or I For Justice of Peace :r -
Catholic influence -js -, the 2(th day of April. A. l It. I s.. ':
To AIV"'T>o n-l May.Coricern: 148. otherwise the allegations Second District
strong in backing anti-Cpmmudif Nottei'iB'bBrehJr-glvtnHhat Mart,. therein will !>.. taken as confenned.Thui j For Clerk of Circuit Court

d !t"elements..The Reds have betel Frances .Alhury .flied-per final. report Order Is'< to be published once EARL R. ADAMS I ROY HAMLIN ;
oft a* ,.Kxeeirrl. of the estate c.t r week for four consecutive weeks
ccused of maintaining their own. Elsie.i Bi; -Ron-;deceased; that ...h.fil e 'n The Key '''.!It Citizen a newspaper I fto'
In and Catholic otticns dhf,. petition for final dK. published. in the City of KeyWest. i t -.For Justice\ of Peace
in
atPU y Italy ihatga.and. ilia t ,.he ,.,_ are said to include the -HOIIora '* .Raymond It. Lord 11:01ANI: > (onnRRKl this Z2nd 's
1.ter FRANK BENTLEY
e-knit units of vigorous young County 'Judge* of Monroe ('ountyFlorida. lay of :March. A. IX 1948. 1 SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN f
; of .
vca on the Kth day April n>!> C. Sawyer,
T disi ute between the 1.4S. for; approval of name and foi t and Russia over the final clbJc-barge a. Eiecntrii of lh Monroe County. Florida. :, For County Tax Assessor ;...:....;... .
ted
atc ites estate of K1U, IV. Rn**. deceaxedon By: (*d> \nne ('. I>onKworth.Ipputr CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO I
t ,i' 1 rha plan has formed one of this l th-day: of'March. U48. Clerk. i 1 i For Constable .
Signed I .Vary Frances Alhury, Allan R. Cleare.S..IMIIor ,
"ctl
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( in the election ,J ;_
4 utt, jar issues 'RxecvtriS: of the'estate of Emit i< '' for Plaintiff. i For County Commissioner ) First District

i, 1 Both sides have prr- B. Re.n., deceate4. mar.24-31;apr.-J f.DI'JS. CARL J. INGRAHAM
for their candl- fnrlq.Eft4l'1I"a1do.'Jr. { First District i .: ,
y U :tory Attorney for. Bxe: I\ TUB CIKCI JOE ALLEN sly
'ntar.jl1-U-U;apr.,1949IY FI.KI KNTII Jinin %i. rinrrrrOF I For Constable
_ + -- Tilt STATE OF FIXtllll. J
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I4hstPigeon3i .
P THB'cm'rVrp. COURT: OF THI. |\ AMI. FOR MO\HOK. COlT(..I .For County Commissioner i First District 1 1 5
1CHt'ERi': .
F.LF.\.E..Td.'DlrIU.op FLORID nRrrl1 (',- %.. 11-314 First District HARRY H. JOHNSON !,!, A .
'l'RElaT"'E
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1\ ADD FOR MONROE. fOl >T". ilAMIR SIXC.LBTARY.Plaintiff. I J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER 1 For Constable I J r a .,.
Nf ":
rHACBHV.
N. J.-K> OUTH, ra e >.. ll SStBEVERLT "
'tf winder pigeon of the U. PETERSON. JirRPHT., :MANSFIELD SIXOLCTARY.Oefendalkt.. I For County Commissioner First District
# Ihe : '
r Plaintiff. .1
j _i-Signal 1 Corps celebrateo TJt on'oRrFnoS.u.P''rATtttCK ORDER OF PI'BLICATIONTo First District C. FLONEY PEWCIERG :
i tlbirSday on Feb. 26th. MrRpiiy. Mansfield J Sinicletary.! : The that
Wi '\ pause
f served with henworld -::; T- '.ndanl. No. 73:It East Spring tr..t.Apartm..t ; CSUGAR.( ), SWEETINFor For Constable : refreshes '4 4' ,
'#j, e-, who ORDER"OP"FraLIYTIO\ Now 2. \ !! 1 f
} O wars and.with TO: Donald Patrick Murphy. Richmond California. .County Commissioner First DistrictBENJAMIN : : ,. .
a that
\T It is hereby ordered you are
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Signal latn Avenue.Alhany. 4
South.
to s is rated by (4 .. Tork. required to appear on the lath day I Third Districts J. PIERCE '
C '>rts as the oldest car- Xe'f" required to appealto r of April. IS43, .before the above entitled I >. '
r You are hereby dlvorciIn court to the Kill of Complaint CLARENCE HIGGS i (Beanie) I ". ; > w -
world. for
Bill of Complaint 'd.
'ri the the ,
in styled cause on or before filed arainst you In the above entitled =: Fa
captared' by Amer- the above the Key West'< Citi-
and .1
the S'th day of April. A. P194S. cans Constable
the :For County Commissioner For
the designated as : ,
I during ten Is hereby
allejcatloo
the
ka3A Ia' War otherwise L newspaper In which. this. Order shall. !i .
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rid've 1918. will be < Fifth District Firs\ District i
5f week for fool
tkThis benpubli be published once a J ,
Order Is to hconfennird one'e I..
t rr' t trained by the week for four consecutive week!I a. consecutive the wreks.honorable Aoullinn WILLIAM G.. CURRY BERNARD H. WAITE Listen to "CLAUDIA"
pressed new* Witness*
but was In The Key.West CUUen. a of the Judges o<<< I 'I I
Lopez..lr as On* .
DYt the U. S. Ser- paner- Dub:t hed In the City of Ke:y this Court 4 and the Seal of tbii.I For County CommissionerFifth For Constable WKWF, 11.15A.M.IOTTIED .

A t His offspringter IK'JCE'ASD'ORPEREn; this SJn..d Court In the City of Key West, Flor-, District
District
ply. March. 1948. Secoad
dur- IX.194S. Ida. this ISIh day of l I I
A.
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tradition day of March ROMS C Sawyer.
Roes C. Sawyer.KRAI. HARRY L. HARRISFor JOSE ESPINOSAFor
Co.rl t:, SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court UNDil AUtHORITY
t IL Clerk of the Circuit Of TH! COCA-COtA-COMFAHY IT
at ar ( : ) Florida. Monroe'' County. Florida .,
ltd lou MonroeCounty.By: Kathleen ;Nottage. By (edl) Kathleen Nonage.Iieputy County Commissioner Constable KEY WEST COCA.COIA BOTTLING COMPANY
\' o England Clerk

fi : lti New been reduced from Altar...B.-Clear" >.v-.Jr.. .eputy.Clerk John C. Sawyer. Fifth District Second District- '- '- .-.. I' ... --S.J-- C IU"no. c-.c... c.r ...-, "

'I recent I ". Solicitor Form r.1i-24-31spr.i.1)4. .. JOE JOHNSONM c'PAPt. _
n pounds in r Solicitor f rrI:;::J r.-.U..A.D.U41' :. ; CHARLES :



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81.51948 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ;. PAQE

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Explain \ ; \ .J.\.C\.I: .J..x ;:I.! .1". -. .,,;. -!- .:: q __ __ \11: .c : : ; :-: _
fi Cycling In the.D irkWib.aFefy f f I Ir II IIt"J ,. '
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it Tape For : ... .:: .' :"\ '" .f'H'" n." -+j..t"" -r. I.'.-";" "".. .-..". .:, !"F. .: ,. :: '. ,-'1.. .. <' :. ..J' .. ;
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Bicycle Safety ..- yj t/IIA \ ;,/i' ,' : : ";, ': :

uiries have been !received i r': 2 "ft ,,: ;:, / ::.2 t ; : : ,

IM Jaycee health add safety j --.. .'.-,-."..,.-,-, t .,.r-..T'TnrVV J.'IIp"'. ;! -' "r- wv'vw. 4, .wTTTTvwvwv'- .v... .. .--.y.. ..... w TvwwwwwwwwTTTnwTnty", '. kT .
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program Park. Saturday to be held morning at Bay-, t. 1./ > : : : : < : "

I from until It 1040 until: and noon.at Poin. 1\ i. ; : : 1-tr': 'j'jr

i project' will be under the : : .
ion of the Jaycees, :wistb j t' tli.- (tw 'r V .' ". y,4.t
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the Bay Scouts of AmeriaM .' :iW-i .s"'ii/fo.'J.;->"'- : 1
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[< tam will continue until J\\] >: -. '. <.:; ::1i<_.i'f-: .:,; : : _:'.': .: 4
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t supply Is exhausted or evervto j v i"y'" .. .

questions taped. advanced by 1 11 h .{,'- .,," ", I. .l.:1k-'f..:;[ ....;t.?:. ..-. .' # -.r..-.:. .L.",. '. .-. .' .. 4

are as follows: : ( : ,
: .t'
fe .'Do they. really chine at a rieyys'Wi : :: ; ;', .:

tr ... f ,- .... ., t. 4
fttt thf come off if they ; ,,, 4.
wetf' sat .. '\ <.t. ..,.. '"L "!: .. ".,.. /

makes them shine, .f :.w. .. '. .....' ."7'.. .' .c.".1: ., ...-..-. ..,... .. 4.
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does shine
tape at night THE PICTURE AT LEFT'ABOVE shows a bicycle. it appears. i '- 2
is visible from any angle t' la the day after it has been eouipped with "Scotchlite" tape and .1 I . : .' \ .. 4 J
the headlights of a car i the photo-on the right shows'the same bicycle:as it appears at. i ". .4 t .
It. It will not come off if. f ,night. Bicycles in the Key West area will be equipped ,with .. '_ ._ : .4
last
wet and will indef.unless .1i .
marred' or rubbed i --s okhtit.- tape by the Key West Junior Chamber of Commerce .1 C' iJ 14' .. ., t-

;" % and;the Boy Scouts onApril3.., .. : ,.--J sr, ,r s'. .. :., 4i'
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tape Is 'used as highway ea..ar '--r ( ; ...' ", "";' < : ';
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ff'Io the Urge trucking con- "
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in the country equip' theirn tex Station TODAY'S ?- ;; ta
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and cars with it, for r ANNIVERSARIES '. "."' 4
rj I night riding. This is done | : America .- ',T: .- '.:: '.I .'....;' .. .',. '.. '. .
Tomorrowo "
.flat motorists jat cross ready Opens (Know ) R. q .
ill be able,t.o'judge the length c 1800-Isaac Newton, Pennsyl-} ) ..

1 the truck*at dark intersections, Key*. West's new Texaco"'sta- vania farmer, first U. S. .corn!* }: : ,: r:; : /i: ; ( :,. ,. : ,
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Ich-lite is being used on out- : .
,display for advertis- jion. J located at the coiner 'of missioner of agriculture,, born in < .'0' j". .' '''' '- {.. .' .", .
signs } 'Division streets, Burlington County N. J.. 'Died. T i -:. : ? ".' I ).. h. .
jVbifejgnd_ openstomorrow June 19, 1867.1824William. -i : t. :: : '.r f; i .: :j : \ : : t
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But{ for all of these, van thecycers April.]. Morris _HunC ,. = .. ... 4. -. .J.. .' ,"..... '. .. .
fret that the most imtnt ;*:The'! owner; Hilano Ramos, :t .;, ,; : ; .., .1
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leading In : ,
; artist .
use it can be put to at a figure shaping; ,. .., ., .. .
pleasure in 'r. '' '' ': '
takes the '
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announcing American art" born in Brattle; '" ; c
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time is to equip bicycles : "
so that riding risks can be opening' of this modern station bore Vt. Died Sept. 8, 1879 '} : ..1-- ..,.. : ; .. 4.
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Viih.',Ooot 'I Russell 1835-John La Farge. ; .l.- -.' "': t t't
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,'ed to.a minimum. (; as its mana- among ., t .
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gr..Mrt'Ramos in ites the public America's great artists and work t .r' ;..11 .' .
10 Mpi )I\;and inspect the new era in stained glass born in New 1 i,. ti-. : ;: .r ., t re
The Weather utrut ure.. I York. Died Nov. 14.-1910. [t .. I ''''''; g..1.',: I r.. >..'' t

V Thfr station now stands on the I 1848-(100 years ago) William : ,. .. .. .
site: 'b the former : i.L.1. i
: (; Mefldendez I I Waldorf Astor. capitalist-jour --, .J. .
home'and cafe: The old' building nalist, member, of the: noted family : r"to'. ;. _
FORECAST ;"'as;nfrestaurant. for m ny years. I of name.. U., S. Minister to .... : ..... : .-. ', ". ..
Key* West and Vicinity: Snd.:the site'won the name "trans- 'I I Italy, novelist New York hotel ; "V. ..r..'. ..,. ." .
today, tonight and Tbursy fer; comer.":This.name fraadopt- builder, who moved to England .L.1. .
:, Widely scattered showers d beCayse the old trolley line and became a great ppwspapef: :. .. 4 _
and thunderstorms tonight and transferred; passengefj aI, this magazine publisher and a vise : -
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[Thursday. Little change tem- eornertf another car for various :count, born in Nero York. Died 1
1 perature. Fresh occasionally' parfoTof the city: ;,i i.Oct. 18 '1919. t. .
t, Dar.Russell. the of the!'! .
manager
EsMderately. strong southeast j 1853-Angelo. Heilpnn.. noted
south winds. Small craft Station has secured competent i 3!
[sad ? Philadelphia scientist-explorer of
warning displayed. elp,',and plajy to give complete i his day, born in Hungary.. Died
Florida: Showers and, scatter *nd' our' equs .service to his pa-'1 t July 17, 1907.' .; .1' Meet A I
ed thunderstorms north and cen- }rohs. lie also states that he will;j I 1855-John Hays Hammond Boy
tnt portion today and.over centnl j atone arry;::products a\ cemplete. line of Fire- j', world-famed mining';engine .
and south portions tonight; |i I father of the famed inventor,
: otherwise, partly clout: through .
born in San Fraci co I3ed'June -
i Tfconday. Little change in tern ,1! Obstinate HorsePHILADELPHIA. I I 8, 193Ct '

perature. | ., 1I .. ,...Y.... I 1
Eut Gulf of Mexico and Jack- .' Pa. .For!!I! 'K"a a: Jti4. .
W.II'B' .1 1a1To Know
Florida uo.aurtct You
sanville Tbrou&hbe G.
teverel ,years, V. S. District THAT. FIb6ID. 'SPf'___' : J. ..
Straits'entire Small area craft sunrise warning.inSrated today- i I.Judge-George gartyinig'lumps A.of,Welsh sugar'has to been feed i S. n. : e : fA

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fresh. to moderately strong 2535.: ,,to mounted policeman's. horse t"
winds and'Imght 1
nph southerly today sn front of,the Federal building.Recently .
becoming fresh south to
f the judge Was surprised 4
southwest winds Thursday. +E.ractE o rsi rs
when'an excited policeman burst lcIEERA& wme aFE rye! 4
Showers and thunderstorms into the jurist's: .chambers to announce "
north portion today and over : that,the policeman's horse i He's lad with of
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central partly portions cloudy tonight through otherwise ff fused. to( pass the.Federal building ,just a a bag newspapers slung If
entrance the judge had for-

Diursday.Jacksonville- to Apalachlcola: gotterMhe' -one',*sugar. '*wn'c LATE f : 1.-.. ... :, over his shoulder, or a basket full .attached to S -

Snail! craft warning, displayed I KLHREX Makes Pimples Disappear fat ':": .
euire district: Meet"wena.ura osua.usiaaI.- his bike but he's in the making.J : .
GF17HFt un sk.rr er a T mars Wi 491 .. J' \: a success story

3 Report W SPEED) SURF ........... ............ \.

Key,West. FUu March 31, 1948 IEFFORACDTNPIGEf9N I-BICYCLES-: r Because he's learning about people, about finance j.

Observation' taken at City Office i ;
1.30 Aid. ,EST) t and how to conduct business '
f Temperature | Repaired and RentedAlso .;>; 1 a through :

f Highest yesterday 81 in Stock-NEW his alert he will also
t route. Bright "
Lowest last night ?0 i newspaper :
Kaan _.. .. _. __._. __ 78 r 1 BICYCLES TRICYCLES; .
>. Normal .. _. 74 WAGONS SCOOTERS* become self sufficient and well poised, so have : 4

>: PredpiUtionTetal SKATES .:. .
I last 24 hours .00 ins. GARDNERPHARMACY .
fetal this month 1.89 ins. 1114 Division St;. at Varela Overseas Cycle Stor"b _:. !;, a friendly word for him every day. 1
Bueas( month50 ins. .
this '
/hone 920 Division. St. Phone 1350 1
9 tal this 3.08) ins. / ,177 Free-Delivery ,
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PAGE.. EIGHT <:THE KEY WEST,,CITIZEN WEDNESDAY lARCH. .31 l48
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Nat I LEWIS SUBPOENAED "(; trtctively Hood L. Duncaa., Made G. ..Rackley. A1'QI;
Airlines onven liminaiTOTJser'yes. decorated in blue and Flossie.Bak0 "Meroba' J: f !
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j39li j gold, the Alumnae colors ; EVa Lee Jl) wfeouse,.Leqleen J A.rOra. _J. .Moore, Louie Larranga..' ,
: Announces CABItcdcsignalion I II 1. 'i, Rcnn ion Easter MOIKlay Three door prizes were given Peacock; $Xouise Rivas, Man f'. Conchita Martinez,'Soli la C.J i i. Applications- /or marriafC the li

I j 'I and were won by Mary Eliza- W. Holbrook, Eloina M.: IL Gate V .McCarthy. Rose C* ParodiJ Pau-. censes were tiled yaderday1a
j, By FLOSSIE BAKEREaster beth Sawyer. Alice Park Johnson -* Effie-R. Perez, Georgina Pena, line C. Ketchings. office'of County Judge Raymond
) Monday evening" a nap-i IOn.was-tne presence of two past and Claudina La Fe. |Nancy JarvisT211iaji; Perez Amelia -I Annie C Roberts, Gwendolyn R. Lord' by Leslie L Huney* .%
( f py> crowd gathered in the beautiul -, ]presidentsGlcriana; Gardner' At t a late hour the membersof Holcomet, Thresa Judge' Virgtnia James,Hilda Castillo Mary June And Dorothy Leahan.;20. botH of
I <*..r..l..Ttot1.U... I : f parlor of the Convent of Mary 1 1mmacuJate Bayly and Caroline Lester Ro}).' the Association reluctantlj.':rl I McDermott/ Anna. Rosa C- Mesa Anna" C. Weekly Marie D. 107-D Poinciana place 34 and'.by of I HCaroline
MIAMI! March 51.-WaUonall, I bade farewell to their Alma Mater -. Alpizar, AmeAa U Cabot, Glori* Frohock Anita S. Diaz Alice P. Raymond L Sutton.
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the J1..ip'each of
being < whom was presented StkleyY.;
Airlines* everyone declaring it was" ana Bayly;Marina Sikes, AngelCa 1 Johnson Gloria Rivas Victoria street and It"i
atatiun in linellas Coun- he Thirty-ninth Annual.Reunion- with a.corsage of the Alumnae one of the happiest reunions she Lourdes P. Cordova. Gen E. Rivas Cleora K. Johnson Pierce i 27,,of '71t Tranistreet. I.
t + |". Florida, has been redesisnated ,if the Alumnae. {1 t ;2>U FetervUirg-Clearwater." by The members ."Jhfi' j The following { riqucz, T. Marie C Doris S. Lounders. cites. Miriam Henry. Lillian L>
1 and guest vvctCv: .; reunion was called:I to order were present: Joan Reyes 'lie Trujillo
|ohs CAD. to include the latter velcomed: by' S Cklherine. |by-.I"president.- Sister Mary Isabella;' Sister*Sparks. fCenevicve L. Thompson. O. J. Lopez Louisa D. Park. Pauitoc ;
city.IClearwater.. ind. officers of tthe .Association: ivpri Invocation was Catherine Semmes. Sister Louis. "J;!!JpaJ .'Pierce,.; Unmi.P&li9zutiFloria % I f"' ephard. Flora B. Rueda. Florence p Vectfaiona, Zetta Franeea'Ca- 1 :
Sister
: 22 mile north of8t. i italY Lee Graham... President; :Superior.by Sister Catherine Mary Isabella introduced Gabriel Nellie B. Curry. Anna > L. McParlan .ifiya; W. Sawyer. Elizabeth{ S. Baker brera Claudina La Fe Ondtoa' I ... y
Petersburg on the Gulf of Virginia McDermott .Vice .Prsi.. .: .the graduates of 1948. The Deianey. Jacqueline Delaney.:,,Gibson. Elizabeth-Aclieson; 'Sylvia Elsa S. Soldano. Carmen C. San- _Pita__ -00 -- ft
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Mexico hu a population of 2V9W. lent.; Eloina Gato. Secretary;;Wi1. '-I pre J4lligaye a {most fitting. Loren Whalton Sylvia G. Art-, ''Baker.;.Cdsemary.. ,Majors) J -- ,;. ,< t
lelmina man,Helen M.CrusoeMarjorifJ.G. Caroline L. TtoberU.. Isabel Me
National has been .servingB Harvey Treas rer'noS-:
welcoming address greetings to
B* Petersburg area since sie Baker, Reporter. -V- ,. 'JGbilariah[ Barrett. Grace Kemp Ilarriette Knight; ''Marie P, Haskins CarYn '
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There were given by S. Wilson ulema Demeritt. Betty Cruz Juanita""F Veliz. GraeiF.
1934.b was every'rea'sory: to be I Glqriana Bayly. the Jubilee I
The City of Clearwater and the I1 Ni 7 oyfuL Sister: Catherine U ret I Iumed. rom'the[ Alumnae,was presentedto gift Lou -Caring Conchita Herrera, Lowe Mary Moreno;"Franrc: l J : i
Lucille Binderman. Birdie Ixm Mora .Sybil- Deianey Beatrie* HOME'
fjtearwatrr Chamber of Com- t Sister Louis had' ecbverd 1 Sybil Delaney by her ?; ; tl
granddaughter .
Lowe. Mary 'Ann Matchett. Elsie Moreno Elissa- ,Morc o,- Josephine
I trrre filed the petition for rcdnicnationxM : and our dear. Sister Superior: I: Jacqueline. The Alumnae :
Mora Marie Misco. i ; BrantlcyLaurentltuf'
Mary James Beulah
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Jan 18. 1947. National vas .us-. Sybil Curry ][ then went to Saint Cecelia's )
Saunders. Aida Soriano. Caroline T. Godinct-: Ma
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granted the right to Delaney was celebrating herTiftir"
was 1 Hall where they were entertained .
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Netta Are.mayor Elizabeth
Strunk Valdez Betty Sa Sa'wycr'Louise Cum
folwvenc in behalf of the pctitguners. eth anniversary. 'as a 'graduate;'
Seniors. The
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ieth; Mary Qurry Sweeting and 4.officers for the'were ensuing unanimously year. elected I Mary Lee Graham. ,-bury-Juliette-XX-.Defeado:' : Orchie J II p OWNERS I Ic
a. : ; : -7"""': :- -," " tleroba Jenlcs Hood their- thir-
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Silk Worms' Fed ieth. The banquet was held in "The .. ( HERE IS ONE POST-WAR ROM
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Bee'Hiv which was most at-
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To Fur Animals JOHN U LEWIS.*United MineWorkers | I' IMPROVEMENT FOR YOUR

% | chief walks to his office CapableProgr.essive WINDOWS PORCHES DOORS

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saved in the Soviet Union byftedlftl shortly before: he was 'subpoenaed | and BRIDGE .and Home Supply now are offering the saw sad bar I

fur-bearing animals with to appear before .a i: ,.nO 1., DIVISION STREET | I original patented
r toe chrysalis from silkworm co- presidential board investigai- PRIZE ITEMS e' y M.y E 1948 MODEL A r
d-IODt I Instead of valuable me..t.A tag the coal strike. Earlier hi ..* ApprovedKAiSERFRAZERi Ed Fraser successful 't .
5 Tina newspaper:' said these bad refused to appear voluntarily Everything, in'ToYSMak t : s PERMANENT ALUMINUM "' _
tirrsalis previously had been and testify. e the Xidi HappylTROPICAtlRADER 1 ] : nurseryman, has proven .1 INTERLOCKING LOUVER
tfuvwn away.i"Il A ADJUSTABLE 5-1 N-l Y -
his ability in both the i
z I was discovered" said the ; .,. pi', :.S. I E'R V.I C. E I : COMBINATiQNOutside .
nnouorement "that the qualityof High School '718 DuT !.St.. P iO f 10x '; :-%r .">BIG'. Tina): BRYANT 1 business and political? ,, 1. Venetian Blind ..:'
the fur as well as the pig 1- ,tt,.- Mechanic. .Full.View Awning :
mentation was better i in animals Baud Concert In ,. I Ic worlds. As your Comp! R
fled on the rh yaatia" -'---' .........,L, :'- i. Storm Shutter
\ ttayvic.iv; ( Park. troller- he will handle ,. .Ventilator R I It _
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; I your affairs as you want t .Prowler Guard :
Legion Auxiliary OB Friday at 8 p. m., the Key' THREE_HOTELS IN.MMI: : at_POPULAR PRICES Installed outside on screen frames and I" p
West School them handled honestly: adjusted from the inside with windows t
High Band will give '
| l (ll'CC Sal unlay another concert in Bayview Park j{ Located In.the( Heart.. the City II and efficiently ,' V opened or closed. 0
This program is sponsored by RATES OrtAHlC WRITE or WIRE I
10% DISCOUNT
FThe American legion Auxiliary the Clly Recreation Department I' REASONABLE'' liUUirlO for RESERVATIONS I FROM _
will sponsor a dance at lireLegion with the co-operation of the Key !
t Home. Stork lUnd. April West High School and IroL: with BATH and'nLEPHONE I: JUNE 1 1,1947, Price. list 0 '
2Ntp.n.. It will be in IIic na Ion. Dil.1. Phone
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I tare also April Foot Dance with Ford .: Pcrshing i i; Miller I Trained engineers and estimators are ... ,i
acs for everyone. The first monument to the memory BE-El.E cT abU without cost or obligation .to, J'OUoKEY .uM ,
i Feature event will be a prize of George Washington IiotekHotel: .. Hold E I
*. Mrs., Naomi is hi l NX. 3rd St; 226 NX. 1st Are. I WEST
fait Sjurjen Relieved to have been erected in ,,60 229 NE. 1st Arc EDWIN G. ED FRASER
rmimlttee chairman in charge: of Boonsboro. Md.. in 1827. 80 Rooms 100 Rooms K" Rooms I ( ) VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY I -
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affil, Elevator Elevator
\ :t' Nearly a million people a year Solarium Heated_ _Elevator STATE COMPTROLLER W 120 Duval Street. ffnon vHol l Eldg. S
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visit the Monument. -
eciial'Movies; At Washington
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M J UNIONBUS. .. Political Adv. Paid for by Local Friends of Ed Fraser); 1
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\ ,'be:: All shown at participants 730: there o'clock.tonight) and I friends beginning "MOTHER Behind Starting WORE Ihe Thursday Iron TIGHTS-Curtain ( FRAZER have


the,show.Invited by the club to attend -MONROE- Now Showing THEATRE Inl;. t alSEH and it j? !


1\The onion was one of the'earli' -LIGHTNING BILL CARSON' E t. .
a : est plants cultivated and it be- Tim McCoy ;
lieved to be a native of westernAsia. [ Starting Thursday t ,
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}'BRAS Values to Sl98 2 for $1.00 li EASTERN AUTO & HOME SUPPLY, Inc.-1101-1103 Division St.-Phone 418-Key West

.! i. Values to $798 53.981 E. E. Price Motors, Distributor V-M Motors Whidden Motor Sales, Inc.' Gautier Motor Sales Faircloth Motor Sales, Inc. i f
COWNS ;i 1713 S.W. tth St. Miami. Fla.lollvwood.. Florida Coral Gables Fla. Homtstead. Florida D.lrsy Beach. Fla. 4}

t, ; >PEASANT SKIRTS(| Values to 56.98 $3.00 Lowy's Motor Sales Tropical Motor Car Co., Inc.: Suearlaod Motors Garrison Motor Sales, Inc.: Wallace Motors, Inc.

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