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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: April 2, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).
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l'' freely$4 billion predicted 800 million.that action It was tooverride I t OFFICERS AND- Undersecretary of the NavyW.

John Kenny arrived at the
will be taken by nightfall -
..tF .1 I MEN IN CITY Key West Naval Base at 6 p. m.

Conversely, the Resident was : .1I yesterday via air from Pensacola,
according_to an official announcement -
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reported to be on tiptoe to sign .
I Previously There Were 7., < today at the Naval Base.
the European Recovery bilL .
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Senate and house conferees acted Us: S. SOLDIERS FIRE A SALUTE OVER NETTUNO ITALY CEMETERY near the Arwio-Nettuno beachhead site. This was She I I 800 In Key West; 1.,7631. ] Favorite For Republican Kenny Accompanying are Vice Undersecretary Admiral J. D. :

before the deadline last night to inaugural ceremony. opening repatriation of more than 20,000: U. S. casualties buried in Italy. American flags waves: near dO$5cSe Have Families Here Nomination In California Price, USN, deputy chief of Na-

havethe;: bill ready for presentation -.- -. -- -- -- -r -- -_ -n ""--- -_ _- _-- -:-- _- _ _ __ ___._ . ... -- !II val Operations for Air; Rear Ad-
to the President today. They ,
" ... had till midnight to come to an Gerald Adams I!: i Glenn C. Mincer\ Now [miral Luis De Florez USNR, con-
agreement on changes in' 'the Work Started On- With the departure of a num- sultant on special devices for the

i measure and they reached a de- i ber of destroyers and the aircraft Navy Department; R. J. R Powell .
cision at 11:45: o'clock.. Announces For f. I ,}For ReEIecbonSlalc ; carrier! that were here! several special assistant to the undersecretary
President Truman left today fur I weeks, there are now 5,8051 W
and Capt. L. S. Park.
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Williamsburg to attend exercisesat CAA ,Radio Tower officers and enlisted men l'OnI! *
School Board- USN, aide to the undersecretary.
William and Attorney :
Mary College ; netted with the Key Wes<< Naval ,i
"I where, a degree<< 'was to be conferred V Base. i I Undersecretary Kenny and ia

Ii 1 on him. He had intended Gerald II. Adams today formally Slate AUymey, G'eori' C.: Min- Previously about 7,200; officers : I official party was in Key We .t
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! to make the trip by boat.but had announced his Onr: t and men had been: ba>ed hereOf -. I for the purpose of familial,lZtL ;
Key
candidacy Dredger's this week txI :
I a. to abandon that plan because of for >cer formally: announced the total of 5,805 officers
the Democratic nomination themselves with the work being
:. j ..a the heavy log over the Patomic I for member School Board, First -his full principles office in and men here, 3.078 are married, ] r 't conducted various .
; River. District, 'C'J 4uuaing- for re-election-- _. t but only 1,763 have their families by component.of
subject to the 4th
May BUILDING WILL HOUSE;
: The President took. alone with primary.; Faithful. performance hf the with them in Key West. -I the Key West Naval Base.

I ; him the report of lib fact-finding 1I | "In announcing myself as a May' He Vice [President j NEW VIIF () INI. 1)1-( antics& of :state attorney was I 1 Officers of Key We .1 Naval I They are expected to remain
committee in )jts investigation nr } i Base said that there 1
candidate for Member of the promised by Mincer. In additionthe today was here until noon on Sunday at
I the -soft-coal strike. It was said Candidate For Democrats la po&iiblity of additional officers
: School Board from the second ; RKCriONAL RADIO I incumbent pledged" to conlinuc : I wihchm time they will return to
'I' he will act on the matter on hUreturn : district I wish to state that from ( ccvolTngTiis entire"ttme'and and men being here. The total:
: to the White ,House.Temperatures. experience .and observation our RANGE FOR PILOTS) efforts to his office and to. "re- of 5.805 officers and men now I Washington by air.i .
I j J'J'I w. 33.2 "Y c frain from here are in the city on a V t Undersecretary Kenny and 111.
permanent
; schools can be no better than the A contract has been awardedto any privete enterpriseor : basis.Building. party are housed in Quarter
business which would interfere
governing body that has to do Reed & Son of Weatherford, 1 I A-B at Jhe Submarine Base. th-
: with the best interest of the
Ii \ with their supervision. If weha'v
.rag Texas, for the tructiorr of :same building known as the Lit
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of this district
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t good 'schools teachers etc., I Rises I tie While House where Presidt
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i 7i30 A.M-. E-S.T. we can point to a very active new VHF omni-direclional ra-lio Vigorous l prosecution of the r j Truman when
::1 f. : I board II oh the other hand our 4 R.xr. i range building at the-east. cnd, "capital; casts in his jurisdiction. is a{ West. stays visiting Kj
t I
Station schools, are found,lacking in the w tRt of Dredger's Key it was: announc- another "Mincer Must". Sharply In Cily ,, I I The undersecretary t.k'adcantage
1v f material things they should have, edt2! .Jr ..-1. Relieve l! that a prosecutor: I' I EARL-WARREN (above), son of the recreational fa
trr : r lI2-! :: 3ti1 1 eIn1h "h$ef h!:dive- R Civil "Aeronautic' +L 3"?iL Aokmnistra-'may, .ptpserateVwith; '..earnestness J. --4rill-3 Months i ing ibis second lena a'v.trenorof t Isilitld3rltrlb KIfrlL.tiaaoffer t.,
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Birmingham! .:.. .- 43 board of' governors. tion's California. is a state party 1 as time permits. He is ti>w
Bismark . 12 t "I favor the American. Public local representative.Work FOR STATE ATTORNEY I Building permits issued ling the shore faciJitKb.Ja......
non-secter- by'thecity favorite for the Republican
School non-partisan has been started I.he'
Boston : on and will to sea all day SatUI
for the first three months go
efficient, democratic for all i presidential nomination. All 53:
ian 'buildin 7 I .
It
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Buffalo( ._ 39 expected this new .of this totaled $367.732 1 day to check up on and view se.
year as
of ther-children of all the.people. : .. I of the state's delegates to the
Charleston 61 The inculcation of. Patriotism, navigation station will be commissioned 1INCEn 1 !J contrasted. with a total of $177.- COP national convention arc I operations.
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Chicago respect for law and order, and between May 1 and ,477 issued during the first three
pledged to him.
Corpus Christi ,. 561 May 15. ; months of last year. '!
undying loyalty to the Constitu- Douglas: Faith. airways Soviet Order
Denver ._.__. -- 31'Detroit tion of the United States of America l This was reported turfay' by
engineer of the
Atlanta
Ga. office

Fl Paso: ?.. . '.: _. . 341 4t f t our, schools and adequate for the provision education of in tx the work.of the CA." is supervising: I yer Building to City. Inspector Manager Errol Ralph Kaw-D. ;i Paper To SlmtiI Still t In Force

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Ft Worth '- -- our children in the true principles K Spalding.A iI
UalvcstonJacksonville .:____ 6t of American institutions and the ( The top of the tower structure total of :55; permits were i it i-; J I iI
. _. _._ ,67l ideals of citizenship will be approximately 22 feet sued during March for new construction !I I Down If ; In German Area 1
l Kansas City --- - 36 "If you parents who have chil- | above.sea level, when it i is mplctcd. t to coil; $123.890.:: Saw- Unionj I
KEY WEST ____:._._ II I drrn in school want the !best possible j! The usable dii-eclion, l yer's report also showed. j jj .,,. ..... ,,...s-ia1M rr-.t

Key West Airport - 1\-' 78 for then" then give rue your than range the will"line itf of somewhat sight.,; Rrealei I - Calls SlrileiBROOY.L BERLIN, April 2,-The So-:W''
Angeles .;A 53 consideration May 4lh and I. commander in the Russian oOt':
Los /, -- on ; Admiral Han(Ion
: 351 I WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS, associate The communicator on duty al* \
iouisville -. ___.__ pledge you if elected to this responsible i i the CAP j i i of Germany announced tut.r.that .-
control
station
justice of the U. S. Supreme at tiia-3
74 i i ition, I will strive the issued .
Miami pc : Chica : order yestridav
| Naval Air Field will be : YN EAGLE DECLARES
Minneapolis 1 -=.._ 21 to give your children the thins.i: >i Court. shown above has' able to operate the equipment ; I j Left Cily Today.i i ; setting up the insertion "1
Memphis ..:V _._:. .. 36 they deserve. I wish to extend j received mention as a possible : If the present low rrcfiieiicy !! ALL ITS 637 EMPLOYES TO j, trains and motor vehicles p t ,-
few Orleans __ -<.. -- :3 my sincere: thanks and apprecia- :j, vice-presidential candidate on radio | ing from the Russian to the W..T
Hew York ' ''' 50riurlnik tion to all who read the'alwivCon.ider the Democratic ticket. the lange on White( :slrerl: iid I Carrying Hear Admiral B. )II. : BE OUT OF WORK DURING j i tern zone, is to continue in fJH f< -*'.
n; 62 well its merits, then I i new VBIomni diTt.ta1: Hanlon. USN, the USS: Hamble-I and that its is I .
? ._' say radio object to T: P
.. 47 There's the Man lange on Dreilgrr's: Kev ton, a destroyer mine sweeper.<< i WALKOUT I II out of the untie hi,
._. to yourself we spies area
Oklahoma City --,--- of control line
| by use with I
a J'
i Board In left Key West Naval Base at !
Omaha .._..___ _---'""-- 27 nerd as a member of County dial features. I .Hr the Asietated Pr... J command.
bound for Pi'n.n"eatJ'
,i4Roanoke portanl body that has the,41I-ill1'l j! The i GLE IN C, 3. .in. today |'j BROOKLYN N. Y., April 2.I .- { Meanwhil: planes: conlmu' I.
fVnsurola V VV present assigned: ;: firquen! Admiral Hanlon: will 1
.- .- == .. 54 the education of my children. Session Briefly !icy c-f the Key West VFH radio :- I where the mine school. Admiral I The Brooklyn Eagle announced. come to and leave the Arm t i
inspect j
._ 41 anti give me support .. and Mm car said "but i ; can. British and French zone i in i r
St. Louis _..., -...-_; your j range i is: 115.3 megacycles 01 : vigor. Hanlon K commandPr of the MinI i today that if the I local Typograph-!
San Francisco -48 "I am aware of the fact that 115.30'J kilocycles.: Simultaneous, i while he may strike hard blows I Force Atlantic Fleet. I j! ical Union adheres to its decision i ii I j Germany. Passengers as well -' .
San Antonio 4S our schools}; are lackinc in' ad- Monroe'County Commission! V Vr.iw i on the;: rang fiequcncyl I I'I he c:; nut at libeity to strike foul The Hambleton was: accompanj:j j!j I.. g" "IItn..e.. that' paper will i iHc freight are being brought ,nand

'Seattle ,t-- ._ 39!) quate playgrounds athletic: and met "for about two' mmu'cs' ; this: will! bf; made with airplane pilot oii'n. USS Terr1 regulation < >>iiiinur publication iri'me-j i taken out in aircraft.
i ied the
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sa recreational facilities and will exert j i "My ciee-l i L< ',,oeculiun by a 1 i| Russian flyers is: was rcpoi1"--i
Tl'i. facility j : : : dlately and throw 637 |
Washington miming and cent Alfred: II. Din ;; new type u; eon f mine swerper. Th" two I i j employes t tIOU' (
effort to see that their made attempt to mt'-r .pi
<< without no
perceculion.
every I cult to the State Tuberculosis5anilnrium. I jcideied to have quite| an atlvan i ships were here for two day. "f woik. j
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necessary things: for the develop j jj Mincer ah.! listed Pn dlipusitioi planes whose destinations p"" < I
: lags urea the old type low fin : n'pt ---- The Eagle management", said
inept of a child's mind and both: After taking this 'l-cuur&p of all legal l affairs. plus J the zones of the westein poW' i
radio that the
VNGItEDh: T: I quencv Lange paper would not be able ,
PRESCRIPTIONS are provided for. action the! County Commis:>ion ic-: i since it is in the very 'lush! fro j a rouiteoits: lieaititg for all: en- I!, in "'\1-1 l if it agreed to the terms= i I
Compo ...t'harmaclataGARDNER'S."! by EsperlencMt -.-- -- cP&seil: until' such time as it is I quency sta! r-free l and 4-nd will !i (""usager=rent to women to take amore Metal Roofings. Lirup"ocd by the union. It :;iiidfmtiirr < William and
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PHARMACY TO THE PUBLICBy required to take! some action in { have the additional advantage of. active pact t in governmental<< II i, the tit would cease: pub EI WOO S PlaCe SU.
mutual consent of the manager the election. I offering an infinite number of : affairs by securing for them the: -at- Iicatiun as long as; the strikr--1 i iI Fleming
1114 Division St. Cor. Varela and personnel of the Poinci Commissioners Frank Bentley, I flyable courses. i ij privilege of jurywomen j I ito
FrM Deliverytow I serving as I'" STRUNK LUMBER YARD I i lasts;. and that it would not agree ,
Phone 177 ana Nursery and the Monroe Clarence Higgs and Eduardo Go- I Through the use of special receivins i ; maintenance of efficiency in TELEPHONE 816 i thin, union's demands.: Authorized
County,Child Welfare Council the mez attended the session.TWINT'CARAGE. equipment it will, b? pos1 1 "ke(pmg abirast of the most advanced I It out that il.1 j! Dealer .
was pointed .
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latter is withdrawing its sponsorchip --- - -- -- -' j Bible to establish a visual courseI f fi methods of scientific :: iI manv cities of the country. 'hi- 0. ice '
I| Open Till 10 P.M.-Ph. '
from the former. i in any direction, with respect to : criminal investigation and den- 866 ( !i
!I cagt in particular newspapers
Rates
Weekly Summer The Monroe County Child .Wei ; the transmitting station. A green I| tificaUon. j are being printed from typewrit- \
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Now in effect fare Council cannot be responsible and red light is part ef the rt'-I j Mincer also pledged to encour- DANCETONIGHT j ten copy. Action of the Typographical -
Fine for Navy Personnel) for any obligations that are ISO Deal !Street Phone Ifil :I relying equipment which will I age "public interest in projects j; Union it was asserted, |
Opp. Bus contracted by the Poinciana Nun Auto Repair, Painting, enable the pilot to determine<< h' .1 I Ij promoting efficiency in law en- 9 O'CLOCK TIL ij j I i hastening: improvements of the, USED CARSBARGAINS
HOTEL Stationia'gp181tAlImnM181A1UlIIMIIneRlmm cry after March 31. 1943. j position wIth respect to the radio/! forcement." form of which
CENTRAL and Fender Work new printing I
Body : MUSIC\
(Signed) EARL E. HAMILTON I j rangs. eliminating the possibility ------ --- i j when it b "omes perfect will
tie lnr Ad. Part f r All Cam
I President. Monroe County I of an error of ISO degrees; in j jonrsc Off-I
by JOHN PRITCHARD -t I in ;pal mea.-vrp. he
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.nnlm I Child Welfare Council. - - u. /- ?flection. I I\ .
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; Tentative plans call for tleVii TOP LUGGAGE
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0 '. Spray yourFENDER8It. end CHASSIS I !.' radio range the p'are 1"1 J I ------ -I I 1947 FordTudor
PALACE THEATERAllan i S5656X00
It saves buying a set of fende' POOR OLD CRAIG i 5 jold type radMaIly lovfrequvncv r- l CARRIERSfor I
: ranrec over a peiir
Lou Smith Auto Service Francis at Division Phone 913' Lane and Bob Steele of about 4 or 5 years, depending : ALL CARS CLUB---II ': BRADY'S I Miles . DK a i[

Whit. at Fleming Phone No. f Exclusive Key West Distributor 'nanl1i, .>f Park Canyon". Ion trip amount of time required! l j Koy. Krv West Anl Part On the Boulevard by the Airport!i --

Opposite Army Barracks NEWS and SHORTS <<, the availability of. the news J 121 Duval St. Phone 442I I PHONE 9287 or 1135-J !iLIVE( ) Poultry & Egg Market 19-11 Cadillac ;
....tllnnlllllUllIIlII'"IIUU"llNllUlnlnunnnc l//'" "BAY FISHER"A t I type; aircraft radio equipment., ConvertibleModel
; 1214 While Street Phone 540 $
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CAR-TOP TWELVEFOOTEPThis ........................j i j We Invite You to CompareQuality i 62- 59900New
Utility Boat is framed ,witi For four ]Next Party am going to support Fred O. Ebcrhardt! for Sheriff of !!I end Prices 1 Engine D.-'.11

Are You Registered? mahogany fastened with brass Home or CommercialUSE Monroe County because I believe him to be the best( qualified -FOR SALE- ( Florida Grade "A-A" Medium}

Books CLOSE April 17th featuring a built-in bait well OUR CONVENIENT : man for the office. '47 Dodge 4-Door ]I EGGS Doz. 53c I 1940
ooOoo planked with marine plywood PACKAGED He has proven himself honest in his office as Motor Vehicle '46 Hudson. 4-Door I j! "Florida Grade "A-A" Large De523500
with transom of solid mahogany License Deputy in this county and has been impartial in his '42 Plymouth.. Club Coup i I EGGS Doz. 69ci SOlo(oUl Don
For Sheriff Equipment: ICE CUBES t!I enforcement of License Tag Laws.. '41 Plymouth. Convertible j i Florida Dressed and Drawn I :

Fred 0. Eberhardt Floor nd boards locks. $14800 15c PER PKG. Ii i After len years of residence in Key West I believe by dect.I 39 Nash. 4-Door I i[ Battery-Raised FRYERS Your Friendly
vhich oar are included up I ing Mr. Eberhardt we will have everything to gain and nothing :3-Ton REO Stake Truck, Bargain ;!i Florida: Dressed and Drawn 'j FORD Dealer

Liberal at the Delivered THOMPSONENTERPRISES: i to lose. ON LOT at EATON and j f j Milk-Fed ROASTERS !I,
Impartial . r I ask all registered voters for their support and vote for DUVAL STREETS Monroe Motors
-OW PRICE of in Key West Inc. Eberhardt as Sheriff. or i Our Poultry Is Received ALIVE Inc

"Give Decency A Chance"Paid Champion OUTBOARD MOTORSFor Telephone ICE DIVISION No. 8is I' JOHN R. (Cowboy) WATSON. NAVARRO, Inc. j I and Dressed Daily 1117 White Street

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..Jtqe .j"J" Your Horoscope
:- l&g ytsst GKtfesurtlUheiTHritr 'l SHOES TO FILL .'ANNIVERSARIES, j I... <
Radio
.- Sa _pt Sutiday. by Programs : I .
.. . PmhllafcerXDRttA from Tampa FRIDAY, APRIL 2;.l-& -Herewe
-.. .. . I> P. ART-MA 0. * Russell Kay the gentleman (Know America)
B.MU.. -. '
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.................... ... ARMY I : ha'a' dftmesue'ftatwre, sociable
:: ': Corner FTm.Greefc Th CltUen* and Ann BulWlnz Streets who is always too late to classify, can pREgp4r AilZED# L American 1823-John comedian.E. Owens and,manager popular ; hnd'one who feefe proud ::

--. On1 IX PaUl. :,>:'ew), I hr i>.peTin uat Ke,. -y ,West and see nothing but shadow boxing in the NETWORK PROGRAMS $ PRESENT TOTAL .of his day, born in England. ol}us pesttoon in the )household.
much
It carries with it dignit,
= Entered at KeyV.t.. FlorMa as second. cia. matter gubernatorial race in Florida. He admits TiM.i; ttandird U Ih'I."hf4.l tubtrtct\ .ie "FVitit.tr tur, tee. b li OS MIUTARY I I Died_ 185 Dec.-Frank 2, 1886.Billings, famed which aids. in social and business

::' ; MBUBRH OF ','l'UR"4I1sOCIATJD: : PRESS! that he is befogged in trying to place his h muntln.wrt.. S.fnt.tn*.....!rd,Uti tubtntt.,i,. thtftf(.. MANPOWER Chicago surgeon and medical life. There is sometimes a lack'
'" The A* .lt4 .t***. is exclusively entitled to of success which U hard to explain
4 o Hour f rtuy u tit 'sill ttfiMuUi.L 1385.700 1 !leader founder of medical centers -
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.. .. ah.news credited divining rod on of the men who are aspiring :
as* for reprodnclloa of. dispatches any *l miaul >r.fr.m chjmtt .." other than to attribute td
:... and NAVY born at Highland, Wit .
this .
to It or not otherwise credited In paper net be inclu4ltd
also the local news published here. to reside: in the executive mansion I Died Spt. ,20 1932. hard luck. Ill fortune does not

:_ .EMSCRIFI1OMATIL' for four years, beginning next January.But II 1862-Nicholas Murray Butler entirely quench the spirit, 4 vrt
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One Year ;_ '- .-C ,11. like other keen-eyed appraisers of 1fmM famed Columbia University New temporary ,
.' tix Months -J.' -h 600: lie:: : : '. ....,.. q4lt. :r York president, eminent citizen

:-: : Three c-me Month Months. _. .". r'. ..., . -.-.. .- .- a.7 1... the political game in Florida, Kay believes :I I ..s,. .Port.; I II Mlft., ___,t.Kvr born in Elizabeth N. J. Died Nail polish is used consistently

Veekly\ : ..45AUVGRTIMIC that J.: Tom Watson is, being ,underratedby ,"..f 1.. I..S..u ,IHlt' M ie-ebk'.tfi....."..ail I' : May Dec. 7 ,1947. by 79 per cent of American women

I :.. RATE.V1d.'KnoWD'en. !. fleus 'Ir.pteti-sb..w..I MA .' 1862-Wiliam B. Wilson minor, one estimate shows.
many of the boys who should be in the i \ E\woc
..- Application : ; xiodias. Iror\ .,* V', *nb*<*li>l ,''AUTUOBlZCCf I r union official, Pennsylvania congressman -
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.:: 5P13CIAI. Nb..C} "know." For instance, Kay thinks that '.. -'-.&Or\.t MniM' 'fun.-II't BC I first Secretary of

. All ,reading notices cards of thinks resolution the straw vote, conducted in Jacksonville, i.t L .lt.d SChusst45RsilstoetR Report-tM TOTAL U.S. I I Labor, born In Sc t1and. Died
N..aW I Itj
of respect* obituary iM tic* poema etc. will be MILITARYMANPOWEQ
. charged tor at the rat of. 10 cents a.line. is away off in its estimate of Watson's -',.hall..ctU, .*nir-t.. *.HMJ I May 25, 1934. J FLORIDA'SI
LHM a4 Akner r.psat-sbs.wset
Notice* foP.enifl&iftMht by Ufrom which : [ [ I. 1864-Frank H. Vizetelly noted
:: a revenue. is to ,be derived'are 6'cents a line. strength. i,4i,,4b--x..c.st by Tbr*.- New York dictionary maker
The OltUea is aa pen. forum aha invites dlseusxtrn 1 LowtU Thomas (repeat U)J-c.. AIRFORCE' 1,730,000 I
of .public. :issues ,and 'subjects of local or Kay takes that position because, as 1 755-Ssppsr Club-.bt>btoTh lexicographer', born In England. GOVERNOR
? general interest. but I It:will, not publish anonymous filab Show-cbs I Died Dec. 20. 1938. -'I
communications.IMPROVEMENTS. '. he Watson is well News and C.mmebtary-IbS 1
t . ,, says, know.n throughout ,, rmton L wls. Jr.-mbs : 1875-Walter P. Crj::lerr noted

the state and his: strength, though proba- Till-N1ra and Comment_b* t auto maker, born at Waouo.I .

:;: : FOR) JctY WEST. bly not as decided as it was four years ago Jack Daily Smith Ccminentary-abC-and' Bonr-ct)*> -L1LL: I Kansas. Died Aug 18, 1940.

7. lI ..,. Dinner Date-mb* -
{ : ADVOCATED. BY THE CITIZEN when he beat the field for attorney gen- 71O-Mtre Osbern Trio-iibe'

: Bob Crosby's Club-cbs MY vzA'mZED STh25bP51A. LEGALS
'A4fDRZ ) 4fl.A4-44'wECOa
eral should still in for deal i
a great
come Lone funrer Dramev 'bUcary '
1QIfqB.8fT ptJNUT MVE f11 H.ur"MY &&eN.

;;; 1,1 tJ re.Hotels' Apartments. of reckoning. And Watson' was the only 7:41-Kalteebofa J. Talor-lllba C.mm nt-.ab* -- ,. .QTlrF IflRR: Firnnoi
Beach and Pavilion. Fo Marrow N.wa-eb. %jvrf IIT'vimiri
2. Bathing
one of the aspirants Kay points who '
out NOTICE IS:; IIFRfny.mVE:: that
ConTh.stinbsSOGpat
Sport of
cans corn my
six your syrup
: oit.s-U arid'Sea WILL YOU SMILE?
& AIr d .
> : : the anrirrfiiKned. desiring to engage
: :.(. .Consolidation-of. ; County and agreed to debate with Dick Cooper, who Fanny Larall Brie Comedy W.1041-11be-cbs. feet are no better now. than they|I Iin btmlneim' under the fictitious
,
i : Fat Alan Deuctr**-abO were before I started. name of Key West Trailer Court
"has all to and nothing to lose. .
...; City Governments.. gain Jttive\ fcoor-mb* Keep On : I! IBW nioTik rear lmonlon ftt. Rev
\ .; I 3.. Community. !_ :'Auditorium.* In Key \Vest i it is a rare thing to hear .I.1J-Alsa Dais Club-mb* I Wed, Flsu, Intend to register clerk of said the
.. estimated that about one- fictitious name with the
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Thl
:3G-Csn You Top -nbe
j4. .
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i Circuit Court of Ionro. CountyKlnrl.la.
the of W. A. Shands in the
". . . name governor'sfight Danny Tbonas.SbowcbsThis The following letter was re quarter of the earth's. land surface .
la F B.I. Drama-abo I
.' ., from other sections of ; -'I>*.ie4 ;Marrh II. 1>4JfKtEPH *.
0. yet reports Leave. It to Girl*. Guest-mbtU . ceived recently by,a concern that drains into interior: basins .
. . i A. LRVItSQI'E.H.
; ... .. ': -Fit* Minutes' Kcws % manufactures l4rt ,
the state :say: he is up there among the con syrup; wh re river waters, never reach F. CODPING,
: BUly Roe Comment-mb* .
= i N it 1I : "Dear Sirs: : ThoI have taken the'sea.s. . I Sole Ownf'r.
tenders to in the second :00- 1\I..An Funnyabsiorgan.Amecbe.LangfoNd I
with .
mar.t.t5.dapr.2l54-
: Dearjltedei :,: /. :. go primary .% 2_:-:..! ., _--+ ,- .--._.___ _'_'-- .
. .' ?: ,' :". ...-..' -". ... '. . Fuller Warren. As to Fuller, it is gen Brai Gabriel the Meaner.Bank-abe Comment-mb .. ............ ..... I% THE-- .Jrl--eovn-: or TSaR

-d rheI.bladirs'There! : :. ; will erally agreed by politicos all over the ':1S-News Broadcast-nibs a EI.B5 SaTU ) % IhtSCLiT.
FI.OHII
I OP TIlE "T.***-: OF
;: always bV. .art' .England., "'. ':Thatis. true state that he will)) be the leader in the first 9 JO-Lrmaa' and Waits Harriet Tine-cbs-nboOzxie .. Political AnnouncementsDEMOCRATIC l\1AM I'M *M FOIl.Mil.UtlBKKT HQMtOB. tOl\T: ".

'- 'but 'it:will. some. ':day''be'.confined to the primary. The Information Sheriff. Please Drama--mba abo' (._ %.. is.hoV1LL1A3l
:IINTER.
: nohfi"of'France., ':*S-Flv,.Mlnate Sports-aba .
island in'the PlaintiffJllOnrK
', ; Colin English is a candidate that PRIMARY 4 1948 ;
10:00-The Mystery Theater nbo i. n. A'TIO\ i
SHANDS
;: : '" should Dinab'Shore Show-cbs : W. A. (Bill)
THE ORACLE. not be overlooked. He began his .. . .. PJlYI.LI i.nnnTA IUVTONJIINTKH. I
c. .. .. Boxlnft tt Sports Show-abO. I
..'. race for with a nucleus of 80 Meet the Press-mbs fH.r."danL
governor per t For Governor For County Commissioner From one end of
10:30-Bill Stern Sports-nb I ORDRR OP PIBI.ICTIOTO > I
cent or so of the school board-and teachersin Spike Jones Revue-cbs I W. SHANDS Fifth : Phyllis Alberta Huxtwn )lin'.r.XUft1" Florida to another *
A. pistrict;
: Tex Beneke Bandmb.IO:45Pro '." !. Leach MrertSalem It's the same Story . .
;: THE 'FAM1LYW1LL. . LASTThe the state behind him. While The Citizen and Con Talks-nbo I (BILL) i EDNEY PARKERFor "- :Jlaa-iachu.rlts- ....
: : 11:TO-News4c Variety Z hrs.-nbe.News You are be'.i.y fvnlrr In -I '
: is not pulling for any candidate, it will)) not \rriety." Dance 2 hrs.-cba pear to the Rill nf Complaint. for Our ever rising tide of
: family the oldest institutIon News and Dance iiour-abc County CommissionerFifth utv"in the above styled: cause . .
; reveals it
surprised if
probably English or Watson is in the .News iJance Band 2 hrs.-mba For State Comptroller I on or before the 12th day of April. I letters

of the 'hutnak t ; race, .I is being chal. runoff with Fuller Warren.It 12:00-Danlc5 Contlnued-abe-wen EDWIN G. FRASERFor District A therein.U. 1S4S ulll otherwIse be taken.; the a*allegations ronfeicred.This .
I ;. calls
J .;; : lenged and: denounced by speakers and II W. A. PARRiSH order In to l be published oncea Our telephone
I of the
week for four .nuU..e WcksI from all parts

: : _. .writers. .who..'do o(hesitate.:to" tell us, at is a misconception to think that SaturdaJ.'Summary State Comptroller I For SuperintendentPublic paper I M. The published}".v! \\njtt in(the'tiz'City a of"P"-Key State prove it . . :

'il p 1; times that. modem':life .is. "destroying the<<; freedom is the right to do andto say whatwe central Time ata..far"i. eastern subtract"standard.one bawl For'; (Incumbent) i Instruction t\>,.t.>\I Mnrttia.IAI : AM. onIH.nl'r. thin filth

.; . for mountain standard twe hOlln. C. M. GAY Public Opinion polls
j ,
4 family. please. I WILLARD M. ALBURYFor day of March A. l) I94YSKAI
II ( ,> Rosa C Sawyern.rk point up the fact . .
:: There' .is nor son.I anYbody in -- I 1 nf the Clr..nit .'...artMonroe .
SATURDAY, APRIL 3 : I County. Florida.
::-.; ,Monroe\ :County! :,td,.get 'ncmedover, the "MYTH OF THE ATOMIC BOMB" r For Circuit Court Judge I Superintendent Hy: Kathleen Nottaice.lMnii "Watch Shandsl" is now the. .
i'on.l.g' (Group One) I, Public Instruction t y Clerk. advice everywhere . .
:::: ;excitement'ofsuch..,pessimists.i The family ':00-Music by JoJaup'n"fabo,, tell ALLAN B. ("1." ARt::. JU.
*
WILLIAM A. Bill HERIN .
( ) | HORACE O'BRYANT FU.llriior' for l'iainilff.mar.I2iS25.spr.2A.i.154L
'
:- will undoubtedly e'Jist'as' long as, men and David E. Lilienthal chairman of the t'1S-Son" fOr' oQ-cb.* I WHEREVER AND HOWEVER
| C 30
: -Th story Shop n&ellano '
::: women ,love each other' and'the pature of U. S. Atomic Energy Commission; warns i' L'taydu.s--abc' For State Attorney For Superintendent l\ TSaR tOIHT OF TUB .,Ol%,TJl ,. ITS ALL TO THE ,..'

human beings*: includes' love for little the American 'lOOO-Fr.nk: Mcrrlwcli Drama-nbo GLENN C. MINCER , of Public Instruction IM.K. MflMIOB' COIT1.l.0lill SAME EFFECT
." a people against the "myth of *10:30-Archie' Andrews Drama-n bo j _.. .' >%. IN PH() ,\TI:'
children. the : Mary Le Taylor Talk-cb MELVIN RUSSELL In re Estate; of 4-
atomic bomb. He defines the -
myth as i I I. Ozark: alley Folks mbl1 ., .. Re.election'I I VERNON A. .tLRiBv.
It may,be that.thefamilyjifeof 1948 the belief that atomic useful .! :00-Meet the Meets-nbeI ., I I,....... >d..J .
; e'\Crgy'-'is\ sews" : Lets Prien-: .,. 'Fof'l State ; !H Member School. Board >OTM'B TO fRI'4)iTtii% ; Things Ate Looking Good.
= is somewhat.difcerent' from that of 1848. only in a bomb, a weapon.. ; Abbott &. Costello aheMovie. Attorney 1 .. : 1933 T .bate APRMm., ...Ste' .
Quiz: Show-rob WEBSTER G. WALLACEFor Second DistrictGERALD'H. TO AI.I. '-R"I'ITnRK AN11 PBR- for
I .:: which, in turn,:differed. :from that of 1748 Mr.\ Lilienthal fears that the myth will i'Il3O-Smfliny Ed McConne11-tO : SuNS HA\'!:MJ CKAIJIS OR I>E- '
.
Hscape Dramatic-cb. I ADAMSFor :\1.\-iltK: AHAIXTJ)) KS-' W. A. (Bill Shands
:.. and so on .into theLpast.'i t'.wo ld be some become fixed in the popular mind and that The Land Teen of Um Club Lost--mbm abc State 'Representative < TATKyTou and: each of you are herebvnotified ( ) I

: what foolish' to believe i that .family life in we will become preoccupied with the destructive Afters. For Re-nomination Clerk of Criminal Court and required .to preventtyiy for Governor *
I claim and demands which
=: 2048,.or,several}l- hundred( ",years thereafter uses of atomic energy. Consequently I2i00-Theater of'Today- bJunion BERNIE C. PAPY C. SAM B. CURRY or; :either nf you may have flfrain: y..ti. '"
Junction-ab* : the esiat. of Wrn"n A. Alhury !
=- will be identical'with: ) :.that which we now "we will drift into the mistaken ,12:30-Coffee With CODCTCM nt* i For Clerk of Criminal l Court "ceased. lair of aid County to the The Reason:
Stars ,, (ount\ Judge ..f Monr'x County
Over
r"'oo4-cb. For State RepresentativeMILTON \ :
-- enjoy. .: belief that we Americans are safe in the American Farmer-abc HARRY DONGOFor..supenior Florida' at bin office in the Court I The people of Florida want :
: Pro Art Quartet-nib* A. PARROTT IfoMre of !aid County at Keyewt.
The family,'-.'as.: an: institution, serves w9rld, simply because we have this devastating 1:00-Farm and Home nbo : Florida! within, eight calendarlynnthii Experience in the four years

: ,: the needs. tmenwornen: and children. and Grand Central Drama-cb. (Mickey) of from the time of the first ahead . They know W. A.
f weapon" forget that the foundation Luncheon liroadcaet abc publication I of .
I' thin notice ":a.rh .
; Registration ,, (Bill) Shands has the Experience
Luncheon interviewsrebs1:30Ed claim or demand hall be in wrllinp
: It Serves .izj many ways :to prolong of our strength "is not in material Torallnson Ta&nbat'Ounty For State RepresentativeTOM JOHN ENGLANDFor and haIl Male the place of re..irtence I I Florida reeds at the Heal

"I human lIfe. :!trbrief.ftiilylife: : and home things at all, rather in the spirit of this na Our Fair Quiz-cbs WATKINS and. post offictaddrpun. of of State Government . He
Town Speaks aba O. i the claimant' and shell! !H xnorn toby
, ;f. :; life exist for the';benefit, of human_ beings tion in the faiths we cherish." Symphonies for l'outh-qilla: Jude Juvenile Court the claimant bin ajrent, or bin I has been a success in business
1.4-New of Overseas-nbe attorney and any such claim or which far
.. now extends to the
... and until human "nature The i DAVID E. McCURDYFor demand not filed shall he void
changes, there head of the atomic organiation in 2:00 Give-Murlc for 1-Iomeot-nbo For Sheriff :\1.R1JI'AXITA FO. AUltl'KYA . reaches of our state to YOU ... .
and Take Quiz
bsiasclaatinc
:
will 'ahyays: '.be.those'to1 exemplify the best this country explains that there are at Rhythm-aba- FRED O. EBERHARDTFor Kxecutrix of the tatVill., Iand
.
I
Juvenile Court
Judge Testament \
: sathoeiated.wt1if( : 2:30.-Veterans Series' -nbe i of ern n A YOUR VOTE WILL BE .
traditi ; home least. ,
: rnily and three majestic benefits to flow from The Country.roul'Dal-cb. FRANK O. ROBERTSFor Albbrdecra., -d I I "*
I Hibr I
I
Albnry
Western .,
Theater-abc APPRECIATED
.
life. Sheriff .
our newfound knowledge; Guest Band S=how-mbs' Aiiornev for 6.e.uriv:: :
: ,i
," ."'atlon-nb. 1 mar IS: .pr. --IC.. ISIH J
((1)) Great progress in understandingthe :00-Orchestra of : ALTON GOEHRING Justice of Peace
.
' Orrneas RepOrt-cbs

;. : "VERY". '. --SERIOUS"" causes of many diseases that now baffleus Piano Hospitality t'larbousabo Club-robs-\>:, ("Dutch") i IRA First F. ALBURY District Your Grocer W. A. [Bull] $SHAN S

and 3.15 Science Adventures-cbs BRANDI
;: : t ... 0 thereby aid in their control and For Sheriff \ :
8 JO Cross Section U. S. A.- ,cba For ReelectionFor STAR *
When the,Senateotthe United States treatment. The Symphony Hour-a beSports EVERETT R. RIVAS -
For Governor
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:. gave it's'app': ,o iJ4.\ -Marshall. Plan and ((2)) New knowledge of just how plants ':W- Paradembsftors Today-noo ; : Justice- of Peace 'AMERICAN .PAllI7iond ? r

-. the 'huge!! aiiiirfat1ithstbat: ;went' with it, and animals grow, opening the way to Race Make: Way To Be for Announced Youth-abe For Sheriff i .. First District I -, CUBAN tiUrrJlIi! !I I S.4Id p. h ,. .,' 'd\'t '. rhHHWHi *\ .)

-=: just before. the mdBe] | 'of.March,'the reason more food production and better human :30-!'u tirst Louis Piano'Matinee Quartet cbs-nb BERLIN A. SAWYERFor i PAUL BOYSEN -Try. A Pound Today_j! - __- ,

-. was that Secretary:of State-Marh'all: \ with nutrition. To B* Announced-abo Re-election ; -_- __ J
DanCe
: Music Timm For Justice of Peace . .
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his suafcate"a\ '!definite( manner said ((3)) The expectation "in time that the 4:4S-Put Glee Club-cbs --- - '- '
For Sheriff Second DiatridMYRTLAND BBa- < E sK BBmii HBm aa8B BOverseas
: 5OG-O L Q.. .Ir.-nbc j
r- in part: The:situation'is} : ,very: very seri- energy within the atom can be utilized to Philadelphia Orchestra JOHN M. SPOTI'SWOODFor CATES
Treasury Land-abc .
;: ous. 'Sevretary! .MahatEhad ,voiced that relieve man of much drudgery and, thereby Lone Wolf (repeat at O-mb* TransportationCompany I

r: ,same idea //of. E P<:.more;than 9 ]months ago free him to develop the things of the 5:30-8.aoe.Melodies to River Remember Bonba-ab Clerk of Circuit Court j j For Justice of Peace

;; at Harvard.. .' ./ .. . mind and the spirit." 9:4S True-The or King'False Cole(repeat Trio-t.JU nboeeLly ; )-mbs EARL R. ADAMS I,1 Second District

r: The,,$ehate support for ERP was the \\ t."mwenUr-abQ: _. ROY HAMLIN Inc. I

result! of the 'persistent'i efforts of Marshall -- -- For Clerk of Circuit Court t
: Whispered ill-will, like whispered TODA Y'S BIRThDAYS I
For Justice of Peace Fast
;: and the FRANK BENTLEY i Dependable Freight and Express Service f i
: skillful: management
the ERP
:of compliments; is easily overheard. (Know America) iI Second District !
:: measUre in the seri tby'';: I -between-
Arthur H. Van- Preston Delano comptroller of For County Tax Assessor SAMUEL R. SILBERMANSAM

k: denberg, Senate t& Foreign Relations Committee DIVORCE RATE DROPS the currency. Department of the CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO !I ( ) MIAMI and KEY WEST
born
:* Tieasury in Phoenix Mich.. 1
Chairman: ,, 62 years ago. I Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS

: The nation's divorce rate dropped Cecil Howard of New York, For County Commissionerrust J For Constable Between Miami and Key West
; BOMB noted sculptor born at Niagara Dislnct j First District
TESTING
: ..A BIG sharply in 1947, according to a by I
survey Falls N. Y. 60 CARL I
years ago. JOE ALLEN I J. INGRAHAM I
I
the
United Press. Graham H. Anthony presidentof Express Schedule: I

F The.Army:6f ihe. United States L* test:: Divorce judges, it says, agreed that Colt's Manufacturing,. Company For County Commissioner j For ConstableFirst I (No Stops En Route) i

k: ing a 42,000-pound: bomb and plans twelve the big reason for the decline was the fact Hartford, Conn., born in First District I District LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX-
:.:: test Shelby N. C., 56 years ago. CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Arrives
drops.to see just how the HARRY H. JOHNSONFor
world's largest that most of the hasty wartime marriages, John Russell Young journalist J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid. i

:.. bomb will perform. which did not ."take". had been dissolved commissioner of the Districtof i ConstableFirst night. .:

; Early i in. ,March, the first test was previous to 1947. In addition, they cited Columbia born there 66 years i For County Commissioner J District LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

made in California for First District ; SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid- t
; ,the purpose of obtaining the high cost of divorce and the higher agoProf. Dennis R Hoagland the I C. FLONEY PELLICIER bight and arrives al West
W. C.SUGAR SWEETING !i Key ai
.: ,flight data. It did not carry explosives birth rate which tended to keep marriages noted.. University of California at'' ) . .' 6:00 o'clock AJ*.

butthe Berkeley plant nutritionist born' For Constable
is ,
probability that rome of intact. Local Schedule
ri in Golden Colo., 64 I For County Commissioner i; :
the years
other experiments ago. First DistrictBENJAMIN
will) involve the use The figures will probably be hailed by Silliman Evans, publisher of Third DistrictCLARENCE (Slops At All Intermediate Points)
: of live bombs) the Nashville Tenn | J. PIERCE LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
I
some so-called leaders of public opinion as i Tennessean HIGGS I CEPT
: I SUNDAYS
: Army officials l born at Joshua Tex., :54 (Bennie) ) at 8:00 o'clock
:point out years
that
the 21- A. M. and
an indication that manage is on a firmer arrives at Miami at *:0
:: ton missile ,does For County Commissioner o'clock P. M.
!l not carry the destructive ago.Rev.
foundation. We have never been able to James Myen;, industrial For Constable

: power of atomic bombs but that it has an base our judgement of the stability of mar- secretary of the Federal Councilof Fifth District j 1 First District LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

1.' advantage in that. ,t leaves no radio-activity riage human Churches New York, born at WILLIAM G. CURRY .i| BERNARD H. WAITE SUNDAYS Rives at ) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. aDd
as a custom, upon divorce statistics N. Key West at 5:00 o'clock
Owasco Y. (C6
-- tb interfere with years ago. J. M.
.. : occupation of the area In our opinion, a divorce repre- Dr..George J. Fisher National For County Commissioner !; For ConstableS I
attacked by so1di '
:
rs. sents nothing more than public admissionof Boy Scout Commissioner New Fifth District l ond District.

a mariage that has failed. Unfortunately York born in Cincinnati 77 years. HARRY L. HARRISFor I JOSE ESPINOSA FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE

IT. Little people) '. criticize ; ago. FULL CARGO
'_ those who are the absence of a divorce does not INSURANCE

trying .to accomplish' something worth- always mean that manage has been a Totem poles dot the countryside County Commissioner For Constable I MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton Ie Francis Sti.

.' sy.Je! !.. __. _-. . suc ess. I 1 I from Vancouver to Yakutat, Fifth District Second District PHONES: 92 AND 93
; .. . ._ Ala ka.'' .w JOE JOHNSON CHARLES G. PAPY '-
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>_iAPR : ,: THE KEY WEST CITKEX PAGE TfrflEE
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.. ... .. "* ** .. Dr. AG. Gibba -" r': fecemJywhc '''bJ-fu'
t wonieft -
Same -
.La ii ; ir',; Timetable -were lack in the -satha bed,
II a; o o ; Cla Main Speaker At ELIZABETH; oft the ;same < t... .' ... " >t'. ". ..' K. Lan Christ. reason -
ji
SvtcmoR
mas Day- 194' Mrs. and
:: J. .By .RUSSELL KAY '. Navy Wives Club Mrs. John Banyatut* bevaiiiu Anrtnc' Script is 'so ofrtphcaUd
I friends as the occupied adjoining
I that it Irequirets :about tJVe yearsto
Jf : Navy wives Club held its week..i i beds in the maternity//{ section of I It'Mn.it, cempared "With six.
? A3. the campaign Governor, fadden. is beginning to .flex hit
J 10 ; ly meeting Wednesday at the the Elizabeth General HospitaL month's needed to master the Latin -
.swings into its final month wet "ttiUSCieS and give evidence of get. N.C.c.s.Se l1'lm'. Center j I That friendship: blossomed alphabet. '
_.. _. _.___ . .
,And nine Democtatic and two" ting in'the me1ee'in eu11f.t.: H* 1021 Duval street '. - -
Republican, candidates in the .slapped back in a big way this I i The club had as ,guest. 'r beaker .. :
\Jifcra and a more or less bewilder J..K ...* rte-('nck"n who hiv I Dr. A. G. Gibbs of the, U. S. NavalIfoepttal
ed. fend apathetic public. : been .kidding about his age. .by ,. who talked about tto'
:With no major issues of sutfiFient "Submitting to a thorough phyai vital subject of cancer. Tn: rnern* 1 ."
,?; public interest to at oc,, cat.examination and cnecitdp ,onMarch i beta then ,,ked questions on,different ,
'much candidates -18, t concern, are :. phases of this disease/, } : -
.finding themselves hard pressed'- nautks Administration for renewai Gibbs was quite busy answeringthem. !I T f ,
in. their efforts to make an im ot hIS private Pl1olSu.- The club president, Mrs, ,
.. brevionl r**" *. ,Macfadden .came through
Nothing new or startling . Vein Wood, announced that Dr.
has been injected into thet"aMpaign with flying colors, the examtnauoii Gibbs had informed her that. if;
so' far. rvriing him tree from disease doctors were available, other, 1
':7 s, A, review 'of the v.r)out'ap- with' no structural defects diseases of.interest to all would -
gs made from the. stump last Vision" and hearing ok y" An rex be discussed at later meetings.
) leek freveals. what might bE pelieAced. fl>-er,. MacWddep plansto i It 'was announced that the lust 6
1 ,termed. Standard, 'runoftlieiill. = use his plane 'thr tighoul" the aid classes, which were' postponed
? routine" political gumteatings umpatgn. due to the illness of the in- I
;. ,. help for the farmer and' Pru noticators and poolstersfind structor. yt.: l-ltli'n '-M 4" j
: itrus' grower, a. ound business general agreement that Fuller American Red Cross executive
sdntmistration, economy ekm Warren is the mart to beat and secretary, would uegin Su..Lw
.
I lion of overlapping bureaus tfce quo lion as' to second .man is April 6, it 2 p. m. at N.C.c.s. j
Etter' schools,' aid for the1 old ;about the most debatable bne The club discussed plans for '
:i elimination of tax on gawk; -..mder-d Bc. sEfon tOday: Answers one of two one-act ptQ)8. Member -
; ne Jor boats and agricultural vary .depending on who and will meet within the weekto
use; .better roads, improved pub i where' you ,asR. Here' it is ,Warren read over ..everal and selectA
>1Q health, aid for 'munmualities', and McCarty; somewhere drama and ore or two. comedies. -!
.no newt tftxei-none of.the.-e hb ? (fit U Warren and Shands, or '
'aroused any tidal wave of en*, Warren: and Watson but the-$ig- Mrs. Eileen Cojghlin N.c.c.s.1
1. thusKism. : nificant thing ithat' ,it 'is invariably executive secretary. is furnishing
Those who have taken the Warren 'and t6om .body. material for the plays.
1 trouble to turn out. for 'thfe i 'The .boy ',eemo ,ba pretty Club members will meet next
J peaking," seem to be ire ttt? W ri.'ftttfWxlVtl*-fOI1--'.*lCrtlHl 'fllAcCshahdi Wednesday, at which time they To continue your love story. .
I ., terested in what the: candidaIelooks. MtCofty, EngluCv: and wiU hold their semi-yearly election . ..
I .. like, how he handles him"* Watson ali-appear.to 'havc' Ub- *. . live happily ever after withnt ,- ;
1 1 self on the stumpand.wjQjie! has Hantidlfollawtngs and nor; at 1
l "'\vJtE him than .m what he might I the moment, :has. moved farenough 'F'tancis Cardinal Speimiart vf t
i say. :No one knows how :maftytf away from each other to the Archdioces of New York {
'. /nak thei..positien.deln". After:' /t Y
; thoJ who make;, up thr.Vfowd" I was: presented with Thej ni\14 t
'. that u, anybody's guess who isI Cross"* Pius r/lo
., ire Qualified voters. Aqieck of the True by Pope / ontZl ;
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or Several gatherings iri where and events of the next I XII. It is set with a large sapphire -
south Florida seemed to indicate week or so_ should fell whether, surrounded by diamonds I /.. ..i( .: .
were'touriSts. : 3f not a.dark horse will develop.The .I ?" .
tliat"Maiiy un and contains! a relic of the True illnlZ/II. / : '
hunter.j: with lime btu their hand onlv possibility I ran see is .: Cross. I .71 ii
Bernarr Macfadden
who fooled -
and a normal amount of curiosityand
desire for entertainment. : :, .he:pants.off a lot of folks in'his ; The nee growing_ area in' the i

"So far the eleven, man free-for-. senatorial race and is an admitted i south prurtiw- snare than three .; SO MANY brides before you have I
all: has proven 2 rather tame affair. applecart: upsetler. of the U. S. yearly made the same vow: nothing ,
I quarters cropMOTHER'S i iI
"Contenders have contented : A :lot of folks' are discounting but the first-rate for your brand- .,;.. .
themselves with shadow boxing. Tom Watson.and the.polls put new home. .
sizing 'up their opponents and him well under' the ladder but ;
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keeping out of each others way; the name Tom. Watson is wortha I I I DAYi Come in and marvel at the lovely '
,with the exception of Dittk Cooper whole hell of'a lot of votes on I i International Sterling patterns. .
and Basil Pollitt who dash tout any, ballot and now that he, is Sunday, May 9th the wealth of exquisite detail the
of their corners, throw a wild backing jtup with-stron'i verbal j II Seic.i 1 uW:. ...xuk: _art yi.il truly inspired designs. .
punch and make themselves more barrages,you can look for him to Gibson .
I or;less annoying to the other boy mOVe .uo 'into the first division. RDrros. And isn't it good news that '. e
Who are sparring carefully and;; 'The political fog and .,mike is I International Sterling prices have .
peeking an opening. : Plenty thi'k*and nobody seems not been raised \
With everything to gain and 1Q be able'to see 'very far at this
nothing to lose Cooper has bravely -.! time; .(Vll'.I can ,see is a lot ,ofPlgowy' I OmCEI Lovely Enchantress pattern illus-
Challenged the big boys to verbal -J $ "forms. moving about, Roberts 'trated costs $22.63 for six piece t .
duels and has joined Polhtt] maybe' .you' ,.can_tell me'who theyVJLL'yotLS"MILE I SUPPLIES place setting. Many others from

in, :pointing an accusing finger' are. . .126 DUVAL -STPHONE 250 which to choose. :. '
,st'campaign expenditures which 1 I i it
is*one ,way to gain publicity and ;,! ? .

get Jn the other fiuy'i hair. Toetheinosl 1 '; <- -t ,..., ... ... . We Hove ALL Patterns of International Sterling _. .
p: ''ftiese'atftiE3'Blr'theleaser I INo-Linguist r ........ .. v _.."<" .... ... In Stock Available fOr Immediate"'DeliveryPOLLOCK'S ; .
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lights have accomplished I (j
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Watson' has accepted' Cooper'.j -*DQ "yell.know any: foreign languages b Qje
invitation to a debate. Just who ?" , C) : QUflLITyCUIELEtS '
will, knock whose ears down fe- ; "No" :answered Senator Sdr- I "\r... -I.'V" ", ",$,. $\tI1IJt/ /
*mains to, be seen but the event ghum.J'and'I'm glad Of it. I rim iV. '' /: 't'O'. J
should draw a food crowd and at least;'postpone:the. shock by ,"" o t.
?prove a good e\emng's entertain waiting ta have the bad news &, .CJo'fc""fJ true= .
meat translated to:me.* t !to ,'t SU Duval St. Key West. Fla.
tts Other candidates are perfect- 1- o'df. oo
''TV content to let Tom Watson What is believed to be the ... .
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world's largest- rose bush located ;\ <>/ Key * Orf Jrirdeia"t
lave the honors and none is bet- is -
wfjer qualified fore task than"the at Tombstone, Ariz. A

fiery Tampan who knows hiS white Banksia about fifty 'years - - -- -- -- _. .
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\csay 'around in an- od- 's ring. old, U has grown from one trunk 7------
*" \iis David and Goliath event ,over forty inches in diameter and
will at least break the moqotony has an estimated 150,000 blooms .
of the campaign and give the covering it in Ma);. b .
customers something to talk ,
about, but it is doubtful if it will In 1940 U. 1>. chools granted
'prove very influential from a 3.300 doctor's degrees and 186,- .
jypte-getting standpoint. 000 first professional or bachelor. t 1
Ji Down Miami Bernarr Mc- degrt es.
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A HOME FOR THE BUDCETCCR is what the arthitect. WalterT. "PiquSta" pique. Yellow. Orchid or Turquoise trimmed
Aaicka of Ann Arbor. Mich calls this Plan No. 714. The ,

house covers aa area of only J3. square feet but it contain a with White White trimmed with the colors. Sizes 9 to 15 .... $14.98Sol
combiaatiea iiviag-diaing room that is JS fret long and more
than 11 feet wide. A basement can be included hr planning a l. .
stairway la the utility room. This also would leave paet for The A/op far

expanding the kitchen and providing a breakfast nook. The' Excliifirfty HERMAN'S PnrtfcntarWorn

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4 WANTED TO RENT t FOR SALE-REAL EST Ti-

or'(
lr 2 or 3 bedroom apartment For any kind of property

house furnished or partly West, be it home heWs,

furnished by Naval Officer, or business locations,
wife land six-year-old daughter. Paul Boysen, 636
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Have shore duty. Phone Phone 153. .
790 Ext 310. aprl-3tx

Property owners. We

I Unfurnished three-bedroom modern mediate buyers for aye

house by permanent resi- business properties..

:;CALIFORNIA B 0 M B _-B.U RtS.'T. S_'Live 500-p und bombs dropped by Marine dales dents. See me at the Customhouse vacant lots. Preferablyor ...
'explode'around tanks and other militarytargets Camp Pendleton. Calif. The bomb run was'the. or Phone 1562-W. We Fleming. Also hafa-t of-frf

:.4' conclusion 6f five weeks of Intensive l8uclIvcn'uudcr simulated wartime conditions. must move by :May 1st from er properties there or eaj..

-.. - -- '1f' """4._ _ - -- Poinciana. Floyd R. Soper, various Keys.B .i.
i deputy collector of customs. I Emerson Brvkp '.

Comdr. Joy Corner 1 Sawyer Returns monwedfntoapr30xMISCELLANEOUS I I I ing Fla. Keys since tea.I .,-
The Weather : I I Emerson Realty 235 N. 1

I|i St.. Miami. Phone 32211 !

Tq :Navy Hospital To Desk Today I!I
't, Washers irons vacuums and aI
FOIECAST1 [
i fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone
Ernest E. MC- Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. I Double corner kit lee x Me.qfc.gle .
Comdr Joy Key West and Vicinity: Partly 1164-M. aprl-tf
inside lot 50 109.
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USN, has reported to the Naval cloudy tryu'Saturday Occasional'sho Sawyer has returned to his desk NR
Casa Marina Wjtngjim
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Hospital to take charge of the!!I *& in the area tonight and; at County Courthouse after a For guaranteed plumbing and re William. Phone 11.W.
dependents and outpatients Saturday. Fresh to strong south.! short visit in Miami to an,,eye : pairs. Free estimate. Call
partment of the local specialist. Sawyer his I John Curry, 512 Margaret St,
hospital dc-I I westerly winds today shifting to says vision Phone 781. aprl-tf
was announced today by northeast tonight jFlorida" I has lately greatly improved:''and Corner lot 59x109 Margarc i$&
Phone .
Virginia. 181-
West Naval Base. ' : Showers and thunder- : and says with new lenses he expects Specialists in washing machine
He succeeds Lt. to see well once more. all makes. White
: Comdr. Allen storms over central Florida today j i repairs, '
B Simpson. MC-USN who had and extreme south i It wringer rolls. The Traders, FOR RENT '"
over portion]| was once believed teat rub- Phone 1431, 130 Duval St.
been transferred to
duty at St.
Alba Naval tonight. Saturday fair. Cooler ,i,: bing a gold; ring on the':eyelid aprl-tf ""
s Hospital New north and tonight I 1 i would heal sties. Office space in the
in portion today -
York City. I town Key West

from Comdr.Portsmouth.Joy, who Va..came wherehe here I .and -over south, portion. Saturday I 1{i| 5:55 p.m. 11 30 p:m.i Dressmaking.and girls' clothing.Specialize Alterations.Montzelle's in boys'. 1st for long or beertl"

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had charge of the departments and East Gulf and Jacksonville i I i Dress Shop pc. 518 airy
outpatients department in the thru Florida Straits: Small craft i|i ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA Fleming St mar2 4-26tx in size from 18'
warnings displayed Fresh to:: Reference Station: Key weSt 18', suitable
Naval Hospital and Mrs. and ;
Joy I Time of| Height.of space or suite of offices. Mc l
their two young children art: strong sotfthtply winds shifting to j 1 I Anyone; wanting two cocoanut
quartered at the HospitalJury northerly_ and diminishing over StationTide high'! water trees now producing, may have for almost any rrnfriBiatjlservice
J north portion today and over the I I Bahia Honda them free. Paul Mesa 417 Plastered high edl
+ south portion tonight and Satur- : (bridgeOh10m 0.0.ft Southard Street, or Phone 627.apr22t. ands, walk always light. eA
Indicts Man day rrwirnirlg': Moderate to fresh No Name Key and comfortable Compt|%

north to..northeast winds Saturday -'' (east end) ..n +2h 20m decorated. Move ri tart. Ce

Showers and-.* scatteredthunderstorms Coca Chica WANTED TO BUY plete facilities, i inciuflifix iM fc
In Woman's '
Death .
with wind shift (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m ':' and women's ashrooa. Pk

: Caldes Channel 9267 or write PO. Box StC
oth A'grand jury indictment charging '! (north ends t.+2h 10m -H-J ft. 1940-42. Call 235-R. aprl-3tx .,.
Etter F. Wilson. a colored I oOo t

Navy steward, with the first de- Key "West Fla.. '-\pri1. 2. 1943 i,i NOTE:, vI Wanted to buy. 1940-1942 Ford I!.NewJv furnwncd UJ '
gt- .'I1)urdec lot the death V>r.a taken.aCCity Office I ,(-.)*-' Minus sign: Corrections or Chevrolet. Call 235-R. bedroom fl-t ,
"woman: Parish Observation : torbe subtracted.Plus -i electric Fngidaire.
negro Margaret i' ,t aprl-3tx
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8:30' AM. EST) i iI' .' .
on 'March 23 was returned before I : ,(+)- sign: Corrections to utilities water, .
.,Judge Aquilino Lopez! Jr. : : :Temperature ''.' 10. : be ddcd. ..FOR. SALE-USED CARS ishcd. Tile ba t4l''I'
of,Circuit Court today. Highest, :yesterday .--'.. : ---: 86.I.. ih)-Hour... ,**l( kitchen. Must

The grand jury considered the I Lowest,' >last,night 78 I (m-Minute. '." 1940 Chevrolet. $650. Paul's Tire last month rent
evidence in the case esterday I Mean '.* .'. .. 82 I f (ft)-Feet. t Shop. mar31-3tx I Apply after 7 p.m.
They,found that the woman W3..; I Normal. .A. 74 inary Street. marna:

stabbed by a pocket knife wielded Ii) Precipitation FOR SALE '. 1936 Dodge 4-door sedan 27500. I t.

by Wilson in a Pctroma street. ,Total last .24 hours .00 ins I Apply 915 Angela Street after Small 1-bedruum code: fwi-
cafe: Totdli this month .00 ins. 440-ft. oceanfront, StocK Island.. 4:30. apr2-3tx I ished. April 1st to Nov ')K
AM present when the rand ; Departure this month.12 ins. I Ready for cabins hotel .. residence $73.GO a mo. Apply 1209 Djfe

{jury returned the indictment, Total this year' 3,08 ins.I Bargain. Write pox 1941 Buick sedan with radio ion St. upper rear. Ph. I Ml ML

were Glenn Mincer state's attorney i Departure this vear177 ins. WAR., Citizen. aprj-tf. heater. Inquire Citizen Office apd46i, '
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from Miami, W. Curry 'Relative Humidityat apr2-5tx I
Harris, assistant state's attorney I. 8:30 A.M.Barometer.. I Brand new Kohler & Campbell Two-bedroom house rcdicorMli t
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Apply after 7 p.rn. 1508 room 20 x 14, new modern Ml-

T.'L McFarland (Sea Level' -) 8:30 A,. 11'I Seminary Street. mar3I-6tx Lady desires work. Saleslady or electric kitchen-dinette 8 x tt.

30.02'inJ..-1016.6 mbs f light office duties. receptionist complete new bathroom nr

Tomorrow's'. ..Almanac. ;' One wheel trailer; steel frame: some typing. Permanent rcsi1 couple or with one chill YoN
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Dies In Miami I Sunrise 6:17 a.mSunset I canvas top. Baby carriage ,,new 1 dent. P. O Box 728. around rent, SI 10.90 BMsA

I 6:44: p,m. 'j condition. Bottle sterilizer. ipr2-2tx Available immed .lelj.. !.
: Moonrise .. 3:00 a.m: t Cheap. F. E. Wheeler 936 Gnnncll Street. apr....
T.. L. McFarland, of .
formerly i United.
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I Moonset. .-. _. 1:47 p.m. FOR SALE '
Key West died in a" Miami. hos- t I ,
I I Charming ;mall hou eWing -
corner
pital at 8:43 o'clock this morning: I" Motorcycle 7000 miles. Cheap
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i bedroom kitatiesdtnelte
according to information receivedby . 'TIDES 1 621 Whitehead street. 1939 Hdrlcv-Davidson 61 motor- room
his sister-m-law. Mt3.V.. W. Tomorrow- I' I- aprl-4tx I cvclc. Inquire at 722 Caroline. bath. $135. Apply BM
Johnson 1202 Seminary street I (Naval Base. ) I I Phone 1535-M. apr2-3tx A-l. Citizen olfM*. apr i

Mr. McFarland leave the wid- i (Eastern Standard Time) 'OLD CHINA l
Two-lA>droom C
ow, Mrs. Audrey V McFarland, : High Low ic-A-Brac. modern dinner set German Exacta B cameraF.35 and bU"ialo.Jw
two daughters and six sons, I 7:08 a.m. 12:21. a.m. I some furniture hanging lamps lens. Shutter speeds 1/25 to grown child preferred
.I Wheeler Gallery Greene and 1/1000 .Self timing unit. Call month. Apply Paula. Tire
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White Hotpoint
table-top
drawer maple chestouth's porcelain -

> clothes bed and container.mattress infants Call 11 electric 72-J. range. apr2$5000-2tx Nicely furnished ..p.rtme t.: W
Call water Adutt only First"

527-J apr2-3t White outside paint. white enamel last months,' rent p.).M* is
advance. Write Box V If, c/i
-a' 7.8 Firestone Champion outboard $2.75 per gal. lacquers, clear
J ,f and'colors, $3-23.; and $4.15 Citizen Offic-e. Mar3l-its
? !- motor. Used very little Mr. per
fi 4 Beedle Gulfsticdm Trailer gal Florida tested roof CO Iting. -
i Park. ipr2-2tx 75c per gal. Doherty &. Co. 816 Two-bnlnw. modern aparti.i L.attractively '

Olivia, cor Packer Phone 1)97.I futmslwd.living terse
ruowu Fur rwpie .K
mdr2otfAreca
Universal electric ironer washing
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a t machine. Cheap. 2313 529 Urime4l Street'
Patterson. aprl-tf :I and Fan Palms. Hibiscus.
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Bougainvillea Stephanotis Co- aprZ

Motorola auto radios to fit all tars ; leus Cactus. Crotons Cape -
Jasmine. Rose Ti-ces Other Furnished 4 room '
from $42.50 up. Completely intailed |
\ :: Bridge Radio 650 NW plants. 1004 Southard Stiert Finest locatMm. "p. A9f/II
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i\ 5th St. Miami. mar24-lmo i Phone 10WJ mar 26-apr.-2tx BJX AI. Cituen offk-e IWt:-$IgI .

I Household furniture. Twin car- -

J- LOST riage. 45-1 Point nd. Phone Furnished af rtmcnt ,.*! a IeaKbasis.

I 1181-M_ nidr31-6tx Incftiife Citizen O*fW'K
Alligator purse on Duval Street I I I ,
Finder may keep money if pun I{ I -- ,_.- -
good condition. $24000 1398
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i Elizabeth Street mar31-6tx I II Light housekeeping rooms. sit;

$13 week. 411 W.....*iNewly --
Brown zipper wallet with ID I I II per
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cards. personal papers Reward I Five-room house and bath lot I II 8Wtfl:';
c\\ 41',4" ,x 42'.6". I30a Von Pl is- -
< Charlotte Ruth Atkinson 1203 i : P04 t
I ter Street. Call at 1118 White furnished n Newton 51., Apt. 3. !I
v Street. api2-5t I cold running water. Perm \..
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C 'i v ,own Plumbing supplies complete tlNtf'J8-a&
P 3 Folder, {containing identifying
papers drivers licence appointment i I| stock. Plastic tilt, paints md I Room wile- private Weir--r- 4birds. ,
brushes. Murra 's
card other valuable > Plumbing 1306 Divunjfl Street ..
papers.' Return to 1217 Royal 1532 N.W 62nd Street Miamll apr.3U

kffR $rt'et. apr2-ltx: Fla. Phone 7-3421 aprl-tf i !d

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FOUND J I ll 4 h.p. outboard motor. Elgin. summer rate Young* Tm*Wt "

PHOTOGRAPHERS'.QUEEN Karen II I j brand new. $35.00. Phone I Rest 1721 ..,.,... **."* ..

Lewis of Milkrs-Barre, Pa- smiles winsomely after being selected Bicycle. Owner may acquiresame I I 595-R. aprI:tx I 11724.,1N ,
"Miss New York Press Photographer." positive proof of
Currently appearing in her upon !I "
first show,the 19-year-old Miss Lewis was chosen.from contestants ownership and payment: jof ad- i{I Evinrudc outboard and new Furnished room. 696 GrWB'M '
.. classified as "unknown' of the entertainment world-those who vertismg covts. 1212 Varela St. i I! skiff, 13500. Phone J"I 6.3 cmgfe, $749 c4onMe pel'
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2 BEN'NY'S" :'" WhERE TO BUY IT'When .sad certain there product is doubi or as service to whereto Is needed THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU !

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.. 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE. .-1000 : W 'u/tr REPAIR : : POOR ,OLD'CRAIG I IService :.. '
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.t- ..,.-.' .: of Ownership BENNY FERNANDEZ Management ::: : Plenty of Action Toys for.the.. :Qiildren. ' : :::. .. .... WU1- Call" For'ud.Delirer : : WHITE STARCLEANERS : : Station :: .\.

:: j :: Serving ::'::,., .. '. ..]o.Y.aQ'Experience In Electrical Work ;: : : .: J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE SIMFrancis : !Ii Ii'J
: : ..BREAKFAST..LUNCHEON1. 8 to 11 : : Electrical IApp'liances'Rep-aited ,,;. :. : " i : : and Division Street :
,. :..: : : to 2DINNER ....... . . ...... ...... .. ,." ''', 211 Diitai'Slreet, : : Marco Mesa Jr. Prop. : :
::1 : .............. .. ... . ,.. _. .:: cI'' G., 'v. : f. , I 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tube" Batteries Auto Accessories
J : 5 to 8:30 .............. ................. .. ... ......... Ie<' I', .. LECTRt: .,;;4 :_:.;: Ud.1 : 822 SIMONTON STREET .: "Your PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer" :
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: All Hours : : 1207 DIVISION"ST. NEAR COR. : : and Pressing24HOUR AUTO AND :
' WHlTES.T..HI SPACE AVAILABLE ; : :
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\ Phone 1446 i CONCH SHELLS Scalp Treatment 5 ."1
1 I SPACE i : Maytag Systems . : : : : : / Permanents :
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. ,, .' .: nti"feL"? Atlantic Mutual Fire, Insurance-Co. : Guaranteed Work' Modern Methods :. : of U.s. or Canada : 1400 Duval Street Telephon.1314"' I J.:

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PRICE TOURS : : TOP SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or 1.00 PER SA C K . I
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: R. M.Daniels Prop. YARDS :
!i : 822 Fleming SU MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 : ;
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'. : PassengerRepresentatives Cushman Motor ScootersSales : Also : Leases k . Beauty j .:

: and Service .ImmediateDeliveryBuddy i: 6 WEECH 1021 Olivia St. :. .: Rentals .: :. d I I .
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!Iii EAST Scats .Rental. ..', ...................................***.***.*e Imprued.ad Vacant Street

' ><..: COAST RAILWAY ., Parking FlagsWindshields j :: JEFFERSON COFFEE. SHOP. :: ,: Properties and Monroe in Key County Weal : .: <.' Next ernmost to Beauty South2
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Q .:.. k'' TAKE i DRUM BAR and i i i INSURANCE j .i !: 523 Southard are a number StreetThere available' with l over 800 hours :: !

BUS 4 : : : FIRE WIND' AUTO BONDSTIIF- : of state approved instruction who know the latest :
1t 110. I : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : S and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGEW .: PorlcrAIIcnCompany I t :. paces t in beauty culture.} These student beauticians,
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'r.. : J 92S DIVISION STREET 5. 5. Co.31S : :. beauty culture, do good work at low All a
,. ._.r LINKS GOLF J "We Deliver"S Key West I Insurance .. : though appointments are not required very it is prices.advisable. :
t. : .Itrt Drinks and Coldest Beer in TovriiO : : SIMONY'STREET PHONE 1971 : :. : For Appointment Stop at :

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I THE members of the Lak port each you to of examine you. Gentlemen them while I invite I renew building L was all about!" I I I f .' t . .. .,. .. r....:. :. .. ;". ;!I'' .. . . . ..! ;,. .,. . 4 ,j.,...-. I ;

city council meeting in Special the record with you." I ,,,. . ' ., ,y 7 4.t' '
session to hear Major Billy For- Proceeding with studious deliberation PRAMINGHAM gained the floor .1 > : '" R "" v/\ .. . :. '. -. .!": ... ata .
tune's suit for reinstatement as Framingham set forth question."If I 't\ ;
zoo superintendent were in an Fortune's part in the "kickback"deals all thesetransactions.were I t/ .f. '-t., ;.. ...#' : ...... ' '. .i u :.". :
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with the Right-Way Builders undertaken in good faith Fram- " 'Jo. : 1' .
openly belligerent state of. mind. the price-rigging on the purchase ingham inquired. "Would you r .t : i t : :1K11t'R n >sI .
,. Many of them, feeling that the! of the elephant Maharaniand mind telling this body why you 'I . K s ;ae .. 1
' Nature Museum had purloined ,among other instances the found it necessary to secrete mostof .a. .b1,. I"flt. .41k; .4"f.
/ one of their favorite porkbarrels graft. in the buying of animal ra- the bills in the basement of h" ::< :
tions. He had concluded the zoo's administration build- : '
scarcely . .
when it caused the zoo to be .J .
I his. carefully-built: case when ing? f :t ; . . ( I .( I
? transferred to private hands, -
Fortune leaped to his feet demanding "I had a tough enough time .
,i were out for Lamont Framingham's : : :
trying to the .
the right to a rebuttal get money to run .
scalp.Councilman. The council president recognized zoo during the war," Fortune I h.., : ;: .
M Fred Crawford as him promptly. asserted boldly. "I hope I had T' : . .4
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Fortune's brother-in-law and "Its all a pack of damned enough horse sense not to show I" :' "t..t .II '" .
rprime procurer of zoo jobs for lies! he blustered. Them} records the kind of prices I was payingout i I .' J
his relatives opened the hearing don't prove a thing." He ; there was too much propa- I : 4I
I, f with a bellowing attack on the swaggered defiantly on his short ganda to close the zoo down I .1;. s11 '. w .
museum's ontroLJ legs, thrusting out his paunch as 'while the war was on. Some of i ., ; :
J '*' The council president wearied he continued pugnaciously. "Sure them goofy air raid wardens : .} ,!.:t '. ; ' '1': .
I by years of city council rhetoric I paid more for them building wanted to shoot the big cats so !" ,. . . . . .. 4
( > banged his gavel indifferentlyand jobs and that horsemeat than they"couldn't' get loose in an air .: =...... .. : 4
called on Lamont Framingham they was worth." The council raid. I : ; < c
members recoiled at his apparent : Gaining full confidence. in his i ; : ..'-. ,..' j .., : 4
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brass. -. i self-justification Fortune con- .' I i : "' r t
Framingham stood up, hiift mairstic u. \:. ..t, > % .% I
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head and thick of "But don't get me wrong" he : : : ; '4
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mane added. "There was a war 0", see I "The less said about the bills 'I '. : 1 -; .
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brown hair lending him a degree .1" . i a
the better .' ... ... .,
of that Crawford's and I had to keep that zoo going. it was gonna be 'til the < . .
brashness presence failed to aproach. Carolyn noisy. I paid what I had to pay to get I war got finished; then I'd be able ,f . :
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food and housing for the animals I to show the bills andpeople ; ;
Martell and Eddie Gale, i i.
,and everyone of us did the I would be glad I kept.the.zoogo- ..
J looking at him. felt new confidence .' I : ," i ." ..J. .
.' same thing for our wives and kids ing. .. .
in the museum's case- I .:'\ ; : : : ; .
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during the war. What was "The war ended over two years . .
though Framingham himself had wrong i I '.-.JJ.-I; .. 4
Framingham reminded him
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\ warned. them not to be too optimistic "What about claiming you you paid i"But I failed to see any evidence : J '\ '" r. '." ::' :- ... . t=T : : '- . ,. : '
$1,000 for that elephant" one of of those bills when I asked. for : : ,. .
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( Just before the hearing began.' .. .:. . .
records t
the Councilmen asked. "When your recently. I .} :" ', . .
\ he had told them the bills they that bill-in the basement showed I Fortune,swollen with confidencethat . .. .. .. ... ..-',!., . . ..A
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had unearthed in the zoo basement you only paid half that much?" the council would sustain I . ,.-' ., . '
were valid evidence-but '"1 traded three Guanacos and i I him and end' the museum's .con- t i, f : . , ; .. _
\ the fact that the graft they represented $500.cash for that elephant For- trot added contemptuously:.' '/ .. '. '
had occurred when the tune shot back. That adds up to I "I figured those bills was none I .4 I
,I city was in control was in indirect a total of a thousand, just like of your business." he snapped. . : ..-: .
reflection on many of the the records showed." "Besides, I already had enough ; . 4
councilmen before whom they trouble with ; .t" t
/ Another councilman cut in snoopers like Jim I II
were now defending the mu- with a question: Carson. I - : C I
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Epum's regime. "Why did you give the RightWay Councilman James Carson, old- ;J h.. ...
The members of this council Builders $5,000 for a job the time enemy of Fortune and I! . . ,: ,. .. . .. !
will recall that the last time I state auditor figured was worth initiator of the move to abolish I t \ 1 I
spoke here" Framingham began $2.,5OO-even. at wartime prices?" the zoo. had listened to the hear- : ,
slowly measuring his words "I He added with heavy sarcasm: ing indifferently until the super- i ;. : : :. i '
pledged myself not to dischargeany "I supopse he gave you an elephant intendent's last remark. His indifference 1 : ::.
zoo employee who was per- for the difference!" ended right there in a . : >
forming his job competently. "Did the state auditor ever try violent burst of temper as he ".' ; 3. . 1.-. .
f r He held up a sheaf of bound to get any construction work jumped to his feet: I ,. .. C.J
J? briefs handing them to his see- done during the war?? Fortune "I've heard enough of Fortune 1 i ' '.. 4
!, : retary. "I'm about to enter in challenged. "You couldn't get a lying" he shouted. "And I'll I .. -, : .. : I .
evidence a full record of the nail or board unless you laid out bring three witnesses before this 1 0 : : 4
illegal transactions that have twice the O.P.A. ceiling price- hearing tomorrow who will testify . . '. '. :, : ..o. -: 0 ..' J . .
forced me to dismiss Major For- and we all know that. The audi- that they split thousands of : ....' . .r"'.-; t1t' '. '. .
tune from his post as zoo super- tor estimated that job at ceiling dollars in graft with this crook!"- '
intendent. My secretary. Missmmeudl prices-which dont prove nothing (T* be continued)

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tmfflwmmm = TODAY IN HISTORYKnow : votes United States trusteeship \ ; l' 1

of former mandated islands
I Key West In ( America) in the Pacific. Jap ; jMeetABoyI .

i 1818-Pioneer American agricultural -i i
journal The American ,
Days Gone Byi I The population of Yemen f is
| Farmer' begins issue in Baltimore
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( runs to 1897. around four-million, ruled spiritually : L J
AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF and temporarily by i its '"\
THE CITIZEN OF I I' 18 :5,-:-;-;,|fn. Lee's- arrrry r slipp oilt Imam. 1 -.4
APRIL 2. 1938 !t of Petersburg lines- -beginning ofI '

mnluimmnnwwwuunCUWwmmmstltmiimjmBascom! I j the 1866-President end. Johnson de- "' .-., - .,,,, -'" .-.. 1 f YoUW1I1ABeG1 a dTo Know !

Grooms. Jr.. left this .
dares: Civil War at an end, except ,. 1
morning for Miami on a motor: in Texas. 51

scooter. If. E. Day. auditor for 1902-The Electric Theatre: <.., hi' : ", I : '

the> Overseas:: Highway Commis-II I first all-movie house, opens i in ; v 4 '
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sion, said it was the first scooterto Los Angeko. .: -1 4

pass over the bridges. 1917-President Wilson's historic BALANCE IS THE BASIS OF ii J
He's lad with of :
I I "The world must be made I / just a a bag newspapers\ slung
"Get oat the vote." That was safe for democracy" address before = ,
the subject discussed by local a joint session of Congress. CROSS EYECORRECTON f i his shoulder basket full attached '
I over to J
i'!. Jaycees at their meeting last I 1918-American line couth of Jj or a '
.Tiight Today'they started a 1 Verdun attacked by and high .

:"movement in Monroe to have county as many as possible voters -- I.explosives 1928-Act shelling.of Congrc-s gas .permit Over 15 years ago, a remarkable muscle. ''I ,1 : : hisbike-but: he's success story in the making. !

register and go to the pollson ting American: Indians born in method for
balancing straightening cross
primary day. Canada to cross border at will. eyes discovered.Since then,the soundness !i 'f ': Because he's learning about people, about finance : !
1941-United States turns of the Reconstruction Method has been iI '
The White Way on Duvcl I street back to Dominican governmentits proven by complete success in over 7,000 I
will become effective tonight. customs control after exer- cases embracing all ages and degrees of : and how to conduct a business, through" t i
cross eyes. Startling results are achievedin i
Bascom
Grooms of
president<< the cising it for some 35
years.
Key Wet Electric Company said 1942-Savage fighting on Ba- one an visit I incredibly in ONE DAY short! Do time a Jiandicapped-usually in ; f his route. Bright alert he will alsoBecome :
the lights will
be turned on at taan. loved one or friend a great favor.. . sendus newspaper ,
6 o'clock. 1944-Russians invade Ruma their name and they will receive; without -
nia-first Axis land invaded. I obligation information which may : i self sufficient and well poised so have '
Fernando J. Camus Jr., was informed 1946--Jap Gen. Horn ma, who change the whole course of their life.. ,
} today that he had been had ordered the "Bataan death: r-
made a chevalier of the Order march," executed by Ameucun FIE Ibis 900KLEtwithFULLiaformionon Non-Prof:' In jtiUtioft.Writt-{ I : "' a friendly word for him. every day. : 1

of Dc'M<,I'y. It i is the highest firing squad in the Phillipines. CROSS in loupaAftomi t =- r

honor in the order. 1947-UN Security Council IDs OKANAM $\ILCO JACKSONVUf.nOHOA )II t:1 .
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Mrs. Grace: Cornell who hadrxHn I AIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllli Ii1IlIllI: lllIlllIlIllUIIIIIlllmlllllltlIllmlllllnm1I1111ZlUlllmmUla. .. = ., : 4
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee '
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Mrs. Hattie Welch and Mrs. II I. : boys you know to 1
Joe. Holland after a visit here
with relatives, left today for '. .

"1 Miami. ,. r .{ : t earn by selling this :
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Rhona Sands sailed yesterday -
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on the steamship Cuba : newspaper. . on aregular .. :
for Tampa where she will visit r .

dia.her daughter, Mrs. Anthony Bo- t I .1 route iveUassign :

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golf column in The Citizen today t c
says Mr. Hurricane Eddie .1 j !
Strunk has l lost his putting eye. .
,. A reward of $.002> has been posted 4
in the starter shop to give the : 1 C
finder of the eye. f : :
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Yachtmen who raced from SL tomorrow. .There will cocktails.be a turkey i j 1 a great"He can social eat anything favorite?"that ever = If you're interested in:a good,substantial: J savings: It's called the Bond-A-ronth Plan. With it, '=
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5:30: p. m. today and probably Subscribe to The Citizen. act as if he enjoyed it.'' _ J If you are in business or in a profession,and automatically through your bank. q
1"" will arrive in Key West about = the Payroll Savings Plan isnotavailabletoyou.Hens how it works:.Just ask your bank to
s 9 a. m. tomorrow John K. Clem- : buy you a U.S.Savings Bond month.They'll
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SOFTBALL. f ./ A CASH Lt oAN o a for the purchase of U.S.Savings Bonds. That's all there is to it! Month after! month III
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GAMESIIAYV.KW :100 300 c MMMI..hr.L.fs I., here's good news of ten years,you can !sun collecting four. dollars. .
to YOU a I'ncle Sam has now made it possible for your for every three you've invested.! : .
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Elks .Met Last \l Auxiliary Committee To Legion Sous I:I: Capella Choir .'ranck.Tri :'Beryl"Din, 'Lurrainc Seeks'. .. Divorce't' '
Night Nottagc. Cleora Roberts).

; Fleet Reserve I Meet To Choose >, oTo Give Dance To lie At Youth I -Fanfare", Martin Shaw. ,
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I 'The Lord's Prayer A. Ma- A petition seeking a divorcewas
In Their New Holds Meet : Concert Artists I For Christ lolte I filed in the offiee of Circuit .
Building t' Sons of the American Legion Rally,
:- ; I The Youth for Christ Rally,!Court Clerk Bet*X,. Sawyer yes-
are sponsoring a dance tonightat I which is held .
weekly at the First terday by 1 B"M ly L.; Jeffcoat against
of the
A business At 5 o'clock this
meeting afternoon, the The A !
the Legion Home. Stock Capella Choir of the
1 1 Methodist Church Saturday nights j Harriet A. 'Jdk eL
All Officers Installed. Fleet Rcitrve Auxiliary was held artists committee ut Key West's Island from 8 to 12 o'clock: :I I Key West High School will appear 1 I at 7:30 o'clock, cordially extends!f,

,|Thursday night in the Fleet Re-:. Community Concert Assocati| < i Those who do not go by private at the Youth for Christ. a welcome to all the people of
Hall Front street with can:take bus number 1 Rally this week to present a musical .
serve on is meeting; to choose the_remain- car Key Wes, young and old. Chap- SOUVENIRSPARTY
NEW MEETING ROOM IS* :1 President Bessie Picker presidI lI l- in? concert artist who are to to the Legion Home program. lain Paul W. Travis, of the Naval I'
I[ ing. Seven applicants were ad- be brought !Jo this city next year" The choir, under the directionof Hospital, will be the speaker of
.: READY FOR STATE VFW Members To :i milted to mcmljervhip They are:, The meeting brings to an end a The volume of fradine nn the;j Miss Marjorie Coburn. has appeared the evening.:. I FAVORSand
i i[Thelma M. OranL Jeanne E. '.week-long membership( drive for New York Stock Exchange frequently at civic func- ,-- r rI BRIDGE
ELKS CONVENTION Work Saturday I Reynold, Dorothy Mrnter.Kalhrln next season's senex;. Mrs. Dan.: droont'l from 363.70O.OOO) in 1946 j i lions and it is expected that tM . . . '. . .
1 I.I Bruit Patricia Y. Dar- Navarro, president of the Assent to 253,600,000 in 1947. ;: program will be one which will VTRONC ARM BRAND COFFEE, PRIZE ITEMS

-' LATER IN MONTI I j i iI On NCIP liuildiii" brio, Vivian Driver and Mary A. ,ation, Announced ytvlcrddy that be inspirational to all. The choirhas 'TRIUbIPIICOFFEE in TOYS r
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I![ Trel>ert. /|| this year's campaign for mem- r-ips' >o We think it only fair tore I II selected the following numbers Make the Kids Happy!
I Key West Lodge of Elks met .I Mizpah fierce was named->' i bees has been a complete sue- -op'.'n the campaign for them to render I
Liil t night in their new meeting Regular meeting of VFWPost : President Bessie. Picker to fill the i ii '!I ('V55. Concurring with her was probiblv in September because "Praise to Thee Thou Great MILLat
No. 3911 was held last nightat i i chair of chaplain for the 'remainder Henry de Verner, New York representative they do not know. now. where I Creator", Givachino Ro&sim. TROPICAL TRADER
ball in Duval street and installed 1 i
700 Duval street. Proceeds of the term to replace j;[ : of Community Con- thev'ro going to be next falL We The Lost Chord", Ariniir SulIivan. \ 71S Duval St. Phone lOGO
\ officers for the ensuing year. from the fund raising program | Violet LancJuyt who resigned I Ii I I cei ts, Inc. arr holding about 200 memberships I I til Grocer* I

All members said that it wasa for the benefit of the Building i i The auxiliary voted! to give: $10't Mr. de Verner said "Thpre for them."' "Pams Angel icus". C c sa rTHREE . . . . . .
fine job to have the hall ready I to the local Red Ciors Drive t iI |I j will be a special( 1 campaign.. early I --
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for the annual convention of the Fund were turned in. Commander I A nominating committee was I II I t( In the fall. lor the naval boreshere. . . . . . . . . . . . . I
Tony Arthur urged all mem- ,. .. Last season they ccurert ;
1 State Lodges of Elks later this named including Mizpah Pi rri ,! HOTELS IN MIAMI\ / at POPULAR PRICES Leaders In Low Prices :
other interested
bers and parties j i Elizabeth Schneider and Bessie : about 45 percent of the memberI .
month. A few remaining touches to be piesent at the site of ""Terms Arranged"BEDDING
I of off'ccrs !
Miller and nomination Located in the Hecut of the .
; have to be put on the building the new building on Saturday, : will be hold at the nrxi I CitynATES .

? r which will seat:: 500 persons April 3, to assist in building i i business meeting in May Th 1i i I ROOMS WRITE or WIRE Phone
forms for concrete work and help i DANCETonight REASONABLE: for RESERVATIONSwith
o-1 Installing officer last night i nominating committee will! meet : lera auL :
the Iclectric welders who will be
BATH and TELEPHONE
M was Peter J. Ross district deputy the beams. | at Fleet Reserve Hall Wednesday i "
working on i April 7, at 7:30: p,mI : ; at the #
grand exalted ruler of the J
1 Present at the meeting were .
I Ford t MillerHold \ fir
j state.. Those installed were: two visiting dignitaries: Com I I After the meeting the Auxii-! Pershing : : : ; :
and Branch met for social ; .
Frank Bentley exalted ruler; rade H. E. Lcapard, Commanderof < arv l.Jegoll10111 'andFURNITURE '
and refreshments served by the ) Hotel Hotel V- .
William V. Albury, esteemed '
District 10 and Grand Com- II
leading knight; Paul Sher, esteemed mander of the, Military Order of ladies. (Sponsored American by "Sons of SO n.I;. :3rd St. 22S N.E. let Ave. 223 NEe lit Avc.oO : 0 0 et. CO. : I
loyal knight Robert Legion") <; Koonu 100 Rooms
; of Florida I
the Cootie the State
Saunders esteemed lecturing and Comrade in W Jack McClung; I This city's waterfront aeti'itiClare Take Bus No. } to Legion; HomPRICE <.' Elevator ElevatorS C0 Rooms : 534 DUVAL STREET CORNER of :

knight; John Blackwell, Jr. esquire Commander of District 3, and so scattered through; the city : 50c( <)lanurn Heated Elevator SOUTHARD STREET
; Father James H. MacCon- Grand Chief of Staff of the Mili- that ocean::! freighters are unloaded -I Time: 8:00()() 10 ]12OO) 3 BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION .
1 nell, chaplain; Charles Falk, ty- tary Order of the Cootie in the I almost at the gates. ..*of the. Good Time Guaranteed To Alll!!! U.NION. I
?,Hunter Harden, inner guard, palace. -
royal
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1 Harold Ootrom secretary; George were given by both visitors 1- .----. -- -- .,......, : :
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Sykes; treasurer; Kingman Curry of the work being done in the I !! fij >Y :'fII / ..:. 1-: > Department
i organist; J. Stuart Hicks who state and the nation by the V.F. ,
just retired as exalted ruled trus- ; t
W organization. t
I tec j N I The Military Order of the I r : j:
Exalted Ruler Bentley madea Cootie j.; the fun organizationof EVERYTHING for Your BABY
repot; of the State Convention the V.F.W. and its principal .
Committee, which he heads, and work is in the welfare field. A
said plans were all prepared for report was given by Comrade!I Birdseye DIAPERS 27x27 .:,. Doz. $?.(OO) )
the;gathering and for the enter- Carlton Smith on the progress of I 133 P1EE' 3Ux3U . DoZe $3.50
tainment of 2.499 state Elks eX-I I the new home. The Post was .

pected here. 1 congratulated' the work that Crib HIIIIIIKTX!! Pads for rollers: .
,There were 175 member -
piesem t !is being done, both in their new
last night, the largest: gathering DINNER ENSEMBlE1 r
home and in the community by I\uU for I'otlic Chairs, Palls for
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the lodge ever had, Exalted I I the visiting comrades.The II .

j t Ruler.. Bentley reported. next regular meeting of I high Chair, lia !!iiictie and Cribs, .
I this post will be held on April
West Sub 15 at 700 Duval street and all! Inner-tiring' and Felt;= Mdttre cs
Key members arc urged to attend -.... .
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To Take CruiseA i SENS4 .

1 I SOCIASECURITY REI'RESEIVTATIYK: I ti a. aI m PRICED1'IONIII.I.'f : ANYTHING for the INFANT : i

> Submarine will; leave Key
HERE ON APRIL 6
West Submarine Base with four i I s .

rpserve officers and 20 enlisted I I Miss Louise Penmngton. field \ .. Sec Our TIfVYER High Chairs .
two-week cruise of the fvicial Security '
reserves on a in representative
$ .
I and Critic Reduced' Price
Balboa. Panama Canal Zone, it :II Administration, .will be a' at
was reported today. ,I the office of the Florida StateI .
In all the Navy will take 64 reservists -i I Employment Service here orI I li ? -, 199s USE OUR CONVENIENT CREDIT PLAN .
from the eastern states:I Tuesday, April 6, 'it was an- II I ; .
on two-week submarine cruises I nounccd, today. I . . .-'. . . . iU 'I)1'I
this spring Four submarines: ,' Anyone having any question 01 --
each carrying two officers and problem on Social Security should i 111
eight enlisted men of the or- I visit her at that office on ncxi t"I J y
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ganized reserve, will leave New Tuesday. "1E PEARLMAN'S I

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CARD OF THANKSWe STRAND THEATRE I geety' .I. E INCORPORATED : I

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wish to extend our appie I II "THE STORE OF QUALITY" 4
nation and thanks to all our 4
friend who were so kind to us Showing I The Largest Exclusive LADIES'. MISSES' and 4
"MOTI ER WORE TIGHTS"Betty
during the short illness and after Grable Dan Dailey E CHILDREN'S Store in Key West :
the death of our brother Call t I < Ace

4.;ur7. i i Starling Sunday! 'n tI t :

the#Especially;taxi drivers do,we Dr.want Shepard: to thank, Dr. "ESCAPE ME NEVER") I E AFTER CLEARANCES :
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Flynn EASTER
t t r Conly, and Rev Brnnme Nithoh II ... 4 '.
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momberrd Again we thank you MONROE THEATRE s
FAMILY OF CARL CURRV I Now Showing DRESSES ON SALE; : I
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Free Ea/irnalea; (:then; I I clots :-e fuP ; Vt9+t Think of it! Everything you need to set a perfect fable-- : Other.: Values Throughout Store! Come Early for Best Values!! 4
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Asphalt.Rubber Tile Tile II I $150Ii I Pw,,, e SOUP pns-r ft0,t I S r9Or W dinnerware, glassware, silverplated flatware shimmering ..4.-e_ 4

, HI;l' '. uln) ;I : AT TillS STunt: .
j Cork Tile RPtA1E in lustrous beauty. All of it all 133 lovely I
PUitio Floor TU Ii ,bt crt : HERE YOU GET FULL VALUE FOR DOLLARS SPENT : I
Another lasUon-finl -th eI cos NI(11E1 pieces for the price you'd expect to pay for the dinner-
Plastic: Wall Tile New Shipment of SHOES Continue to Arrive Almost: Daily
.BroadfeltsCapello I "W.mbl.f Squaro" b*- (E't'i alone 4 !
PIE ware This ensemble goes together like bread -e 4
mascuhn. a
Wool Rugs distinctly In a shape
Acoustic: Ceilings I BT.t b.toc* availabl la a I Ixd tIN o F s t. ypaoes and butler, and at a bread and butter pncelCHCOMBER! : \IMI* OIK I ; lRr) S (;.OODh n"I'\ln'\IE: : : I
.Hardwood Flooring 'wOT.n 'wool fabric. cONS1S yaks "'" Lots of New Summer Printed Batiste Lawns. Dimities Chain4 4 I

Fonnba for Sinks. I Tics the Wlnd.oi knot or I xivH eF : bray. Ginghams. Percales. All Colors of Indian Heads . 4
Counters. Tables I a smart bold jylsP SEt LINENES. Various Kinds of "White Goods'. Printed Crepes. 4
Floor Sanding and I conventionalknot. INK ttrS11N : Solid Tafettas and Many Other DRESS MATERIALS :
Refinlshings IDc.UrJLEWINSKY'S I Q a 6.3rH
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Flooring Contractor t O 1 A (:(entrh Iely :fir (:outitiare l I. 5 5

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