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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 5, 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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VOL. LXIX. No. 82 KEY WF'FLI[ / :IiA) MONDAY, APRIL; 5, 1048' PRICE FIVE CENTS
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i. Wcinlraiib Tension Eases Colin English

Pierce Completes I [Six Key Westers

;\ 1l1l0UU'es/ For t Outlines Plans


;: ; 37 Years Service Srhool Board Between I Reds :I For GovernorCobn I I


i and Americans t Tossed 27 Hours

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. At Local Navy Base ." ,/, ,',, "" '" (, d. \. :! this state for his many years

"I t i hr. I 1)0 I'- '.' ..' ; II ", 1"\" \ .." RUSSIAN' TIGHTER PLANE; -' i-ervice in imploring the public
I'' t .. '" 01 I, ..,j ,;.. ., I 1 srhfiol byatrm of ,,Florida today

ULUWVIKM: : 111 11'I \.,"" .1111 f,'"j I i'I' :I 'f, ,. ". !' . '" 1" ,.1. AND AMF.PICAN: THAHS- ,': make his bow formally! to the I In Small Vessel

F-cm cot HDI: OVER BERLIN' ''1'JIPUPIe of Monroe county as a:
01 i BUjiil: .UK. : KK:- ; I
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Spain Angry : I :. KTr.LING J 15

I (;tl\.t: U i t'\ i COM: ;--,. ', "i ;. , ... ..... the primary '.to IK- held on May I clwscL( ,EI) i IS 'i (.UA Ti
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I M.: U.IU (Over) Truman'sOpposilion ,' ., t,' I :, ;" I Tlo.. 1"I1..n, "Wln-n a man: i sell ay-: .> l-j 1 bv cl ftd Smathers i Gli.IUh'UJI...\:\ I IS
. '.. . Registers
------- .f'" n lh- f (nvelnt t. the t Iwplr of thetet"
In. !M PH''n nt.' .,. ,in I '! "OK X I IhMil. ; U 1't i .I.! soil the .; .If' cntilU-H, t t., kno"' fhat he I.IGlll1.IIUItT; II \I)

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'1 Wr>,1 Nnv..l It.. .,. .; / ,.. . . t Ii", t' .hn! ': ,s'I'" I1 HUC i (;C\EmOU I I 92 Percent I Record For ISO FOOl) CIGAKETSSix

... Used ." l .. n. ,errs! ---- Key Wet-tei:, ....nt.t to.. I
., STUDENTS PARADE iO't "; r''r'I' (, v./ /\p\ .
WITH r / W"epholos
wilKht nit I Il i.urth t i.
: in II i . in the high waves in a du:"b"'d!
,. )r-, / : Hni> wnincfs That
ttul.i; ) : t 't I ii .. Parly Regularity
BANNERS RJ;: DING. "DOWN -," 11 i , r / i.t/ VVrofrn/ the fishing boat for 77 hours in I ih<
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Hurritw'Krfii 1 11..-. ...,.! i in nnvil WITH TRUMAN"; FRANCO ".;/i "--n; '' ,>ric/ :; /in C'rtnrn.; Gulf Stream until ffecjr uic
. t'j --- - --- '. brought to Porter Dock at .1: .'.
N..ViIIl & ... I 1.\Ir ''II :141'1': ; .h dl.. ,', HIS HIl'AKTISAIS'- UE(. ,
FnrntIr'. h'/" 11'1',1, t .,.., APPLAUDED 4 f .I. i m. today.

se.oI\1'f.i !I. !in: i- 'In i... I ,.. '1 h.. ,....-I-4 I I...... ';1> i ." II ORD STANDS AT 90; i They were:
'Kll' -111 t <-. I li'Mtl, I. ,I. h, "ii ... :..t.I.II'.1.: [ i ". ..111nr.'n . --":..iiE ,,:: Tcmpcralu res i Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Myerthe "f t
.l'i com|_"l''i to hi- loiii.iuiii, ', ' ., .,, .. : .I'AIKCI, ( FOtR; TIMKS. ; :
i ''111.! !: \ it'u t 7:30 A.M.. E.S.T. Jefferson 14.44 .wneii I Ii
In 10111. 1'1'. '< ." .'r'1: ,I ,: : '-' ....._
'-\''''' If. '" I ., I, .... h.. .. .., ... .\ nIn'! ni! <111"t1' j' ,I,:" ABSENT TIIKKCTIMCSfront I the but; ; Frank OlIff)'. Th",r.,.
.. .' iiI .. , ," .. ," ds C. B. Vcsrhr Wilu I
I oTilinuoii -in1 < :.< > " 1. " 1 Staf10AAilant O'Neil and I I i till l
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f.., 'two .. ". .1.. /in<: VV ., 'MV j \ "Pi'r ; i I r '1 II. t, %e) \\Y.t ('''Ia .' I Remhardt.

I. "V.IM-U I I"' i .< il .n l'\i-\ < :S I ."utl t II fI,' .-.;" +q",. \ (; ( +N. Apnl ;j K>.plo :7 We broke down at about' I '

Nat \. .. . [>. w .. ntjtttve; I I Jcoige; Smalhcio has 131 n ..
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f I ) era Sand Bars about 12 i..n<
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; OoitV.; .'. 'mii-i.Ti. '1'1." I.' .., 1\d"\, t u'fti-tc.-fd: i : ii. Inch 'iecoid lor partya Sk c G Z$ from Key W.o.iaId Mrs. M., i .
t.'SS ; M i i iWn'M I' .
c'::ula:;': ;it/. i survey ol voting;: ttcu(15Iteab'(1 I n 48
. Wii I .: tH TIL' ti.w 'n th .s. ,",'," '" .' : ". :.' \ .. I t hl"Y.: l i rl., our. Z who suffered a slight rut on i I''t,'
1 54taiieston
.,.- d It..,ii,..,it H :i.' Allx: K"... In' '..d.I' ....r fathead when swe fell at 1Ittidlt u/>.
:\ MII\ <-\ of votes I IhiouiihoutU 53
..i ife-teii. t II,, wolf,' lit;, ( ;<-i.i i.1 :M.; LIIMe. ith. 'i .., ..1' ( : C of the storm
yeMeiil..t'The
s ; i ii.-t einn:: of the 80ih Ccn- rPfO ;
ol tho On,elt ,.| fi, CAI I, i 5jn
1-.0", :u.cincluding:. the special seshu.h 1)r ve : mm all tried their 11..u
. "It..IIOUS S". '. "' ___
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A,- H..' ,-n-' P.I'i' w.iii-.:. I l.it'.i: .in I : ." ill i,,,1':1'.1., !th f -. COLIN ENGLISH .. .-penal scis-ion. Representative r.IS -Vx 54Ft. of them failed. Thin I'n I,r
III* I |..i.slton: u I t'r'. !N'\; ... :St. IlfllJl'4 .1, < Sinathcis cast 33 votes, with the Worth T 62 storm came up. We were t,>- ,
.. .,, mayor ply of his Deinoriraticol- Galveston j 65
trot M'M'lif 1 1)1' .lit; fl< > ,':::;110.-1 !u.l i I "in': ', S' i1. I i -l.iiui fni' "" about like a cork. I was ii li> ,ri
.. Icagues acair.;t a Republican majority Jacksonville
: !I""".<:' '" .' t t. t t.. 63 .
fuui 1 In J t" !1"1"> ,11 .J ...,.. : 1.\, fullyjcasick. We had vni-i.ii I
.d"d while three votes he
. ...- \V.k .-.. : , to on Kansas City 62
-h." ''J.,' ",1 1 11'1: < :" 'I ;'.,0: ''J ,'. ; declared with the majority of no food.
n off I'M Je.. 'ii 1. i.i.nv. ti.< I.>; ":, ,"nt, '\ S, ., I I101!: KEY WEST 78 "We managed to have a L- "
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tit IM 1 in <<< '!'ui, :; .:, I... ,In.ld" : .' 1:, :' .,.,u t ..I"Ifln" ;: the* Republicans against ma- Key West Airport --...: 75 supply of drinking water fl. "-
In H!'4I h' v t ..Li >:t ;,...I''h' 1:., ... .J! ," .' .1 i j'' : ''Mine/ >: .-tiaichtn jority of the Democrats.is. therefore His partisan 92.- Louisville . . ((8 would have been much WOI.M '.I! :
from PijUhV.. .. I. IIT' Mi.ll:! B.t"t ,.r ,, :';e "... '-,1'/I I usur. He percentage the record also Miami 74 Then the ctgarcts ran out tom"ik
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D\ 'ivinii .in" ij- }I'> < ; : '. ... h. I r. :._ :1c 1\\..: ". ; ', uvt,i'fl-.. 'most of reveals survey that Representative; Minneapolis . 37 things worse; for the men w
, I in. U t ,u I >:L.-, .1 > :I,1 11 ,H:1: : : i t i'.i.! Int" -I'st' to the peo1 : Memphis _. .. 61 floated around aH during It.I .
"IltllH.hl .nn i ., .. k : 'ii.j.-t i t I'''I n !,..,, :. < I !' '''. 1 |,-' -t.it, .-. in p.irt h(' makes j Smathers tisan majority declared 37 with tunes a bi-par-and j New Orleans ... 0. .-.- .-.__._ 70 I
In I\II' I" A "."( "ei the Irt I 1 ti':'in t tn ''i: 'ViS.rn.I, r S- I' ,pm; :' : .., T t. s"i j times fo.it same hi-parUian percentage .' Norfolk _. m I 1 airplane to come'ahmg and .-i, ,!
'. ,, '1. .nl(' .:-.iM-itiy.: moralIs ) Oklahoma City 62 ..
pro
vice Av. .11 L ci! I I"H t !r.!' V il I t ' i of 90. -- -5----- us, but nofte came. There I
} ..... ..I It..' " !! D"jIr .,,,," \ l : \ at i.ncielv.: and securityar : 'Omaha 41 Mils
.J .n."'! .n On 83 Eightieth Congress first - -- -- -- -- -- ----- not a vessel to be sera ire." '
Pie,' ,. .. .1tPOV+uN w... 'Iwrlc,i "s at ':"r'1 f\ n .'.:, .. ne '
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.Norris and tYIMd ..11 "f .\h. !.. .. ....n... "\ -. mihildren." Youth is the Sinatheis voted 76 tunes.; 4J floating toward the ha....... "
I h.. h.'j"O" rt NI' t. '" '11. \. ., ... Mi n net! u1 idfali;m. andint and St. Lnuis _ .. S3 I trance to Key West.
wapant'd" four times was;
.,1.111 .. ..'. '1' :. . I .in Ib" -llai"f, 1 other :: three times. San Francisco -fi -Someone here in th I''
., ,',. 1"LI. -C'.n'inurd On Page;:: Eight) j absent San .
It u" 1 t..m > _!,' t dn'1 Antonio 63 must have telephoned th- ( ,
I.. < >. '..I.' .. I'-U, IO I ,'\t I, i., .'1' ) Seattle 96; Guard for iI CG vessel mel I "nwe ,
,,,.- a.. .M... k. II.: ..i, i iO 1 : -" 1. : Properly Salei | Tallahassee 61 floated toward the I I..u ii.I'll i i... ,
( "nli vi.I, On P.th" !1.,: hu) ...:.,:. Low Weekly Summer Rates Tampa 63 never RO out on i Mr. and Mrs. Bertiam Kills: "
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-- Washington It trmWr.
i ._ .... - ... .. .... .. ... .... r..f "''t. N-; n" ri.-t'er.onttclOpp.( 1 liansfcrred to Mr. and Mrs. harryw t The wi i little pretty fishing boat :1: .",

.FiiHfor Vn > F H drie three properties MIj ........................ the heavy pound iruc she ti..->i
; MOTOR I ( () TUNE-l: ( IPSAVT.S 'lfr'f! i!:( )! '-, CENTRAL HOTEL Station.i Bus j Klnek Island' for $6.000. acr rd- i rived yesterday and .last n >

GAS - --- ins to a warranty deed filed Sat- i -FOR SALE- ; The CU-KMOI.: : und Mr t the .
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utday 1 manrl of Chief Bt"L"wtllIi.1
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Dodge. 4-Door
1..011 Smithnl ST\ir.' R,>v'", KeyV' I Au'ci'' .- -- !I i 'rs, 'c. Sawyer..: I '46 Hudson. Door Ilailie t'Ienung. ,brought. U.. .
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White .I naming St. Phone. 121 Duv..l 5. rs-F '42 Plymouth. Club Coupe tn Pol'1', IrK'k The .Ijoal I .I II i ii
OpptItr rv n'n'! !<> Small FireAn .
41 Plymouth. Convertible the rlhzHbcth: Ruov.PALACE
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, Repairs '39 Nash. 4-Door i --
t Automobile caught! tir"r Ii ion
3-Ton REO Stake Truck. Bargain
f ,. shot I "-," tilt m t the U-Utfiv atm
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YIf(= FULLER WARR E EAll t -!'II.p; .111,1) IMJMNC; IUH( >11.1> 1, x t.KIt'I'1''n( were I ON I LOT al EATON: awl 1 THEATER

J-\.1.! I or TOO LARGE ( 'illf nd and pfd out the tiie DUVALSTREETS or I .
I! '"titatr.+av lo llf-a( n.

fltrirfo's' Candidate For I' ;, \\\Oltk\1AJNSIIII1\ { : /\ OPPOSITE NAVARRO BUS STATION, Inc. ,I DAVID KIM HUNTER NIVEN an'"

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: 'S' THE HIGHEST COMPENSATION I| Francis at Division Phone 9134
't 1 "MGHl"MUST" F ALI : ',;,. FOR THAT OFFICE IM i Exclusive Key Wt t Di -hob"Ir i ;.- HAHHY CHIPCUASE!
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THE HISTORY OF MONROE .
"'f-- ,' ,, '. t'y' >S '4 .\ .' COUNTY. BAY FISHER"A Ip.- and His I Rhythm I Boys() 3

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' Utility Boat I is fiann-tl u.itnmahogany 4

Tiar' Harnrllu'alrf'I ."., # a ;, fi :\.f> '_ to last week s rastPiu-ri with l.i.'i.-1-'.,. p P. ISKIM; ; YOU( H; u \:\(;1FEET: -1
., featuring a built-m bait 't II 1
;0, DUVAL STHFf.T1.H ; : 4 '; t.'#i, ",...:,>' v. : question? I planked with nisi IIIP pit '.M.ud I IiOOU; / SHAPK! . HECAI; ; si I':

? : rlId: ni:>h anv TIII'ISK BOYS) AKE{ "HOT'! ! 4 4I
if-... 'I rt' I"r f t '"", ;:,.-1-:1: ,ELl' Equipment: .t aI
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'." I oSc;l ? y". .( :: ,,' d ',' TOM O. WATKNS which are included .

: And% Night This \\ ecIMIVT per: -' ;- : at LOW the PRICE of . in Delivered Key West :
Every iN :'f ; \;:,, .. ,. .m' 'T I 1 I n i : IMIMUSIMTIK: : ;; : 1 E "fP/ipr' Krcrytmtly Meets nnd :

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P GE.TW9 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN MONDAY APRIL 5, 1948luuj
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FUTURE GENERATIONS I WILL YOU SMILE? U.rl. Facts and Faces 1 '
I llfest fifeimPnfcUafeed 1 '. URUGUAY -
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Dally Except Sunday, by 1 1I ii LOUISA'S LETTER
I. *. ART"'\. Orar aa. PvblUbcr5ttlt What's your salary, or what are you Possibly I 1I I .
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.- .. ,. From Graeva The Citizen and Ana BoUdlneCorker Streets. earning, if you don't \\-ark'for atsalary? Dinner Waiter, this steak: I' t .

e- Only hilly' N.wepaper In Key West and Surely, you are interested in the new tastes ju;t like an old boot I To the reader: in Georgia who has such a mean hilabc3 id,
Xtmroe owmyt smeared with onion. I that with children to she
surd ;::: can only say so many; support is in
..: ... at Ker "Went. Florida, aa second class matter tax schedule, so look it up and,you can Waiter-But, sir, what strange 131tA ll; a pretty tough spot. But she says that she and her children every ,

.w A MF.UBKR OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS- determine what will be your savings, in meals you-have had! happy t together, so my advice to her is to keep: on loving

. -0_ Tint for reproduction ABMx-iated Ptraa of all la news exclusively dispatches entitled credited tow taxes during this year as compared with .................,...... b f Lt,9 { them and helping them as much as she Can. Try tsot to criticize -
f ArrStXOp ..
: husband to the children and keep home as
r to It or not otherwl credited In this paper and ifLO :: your your peaceful -
also the local newa published here. 1947, that is, if you are a salaried man. Radio Programs ac. 44teiatRrw and pleasant as you can fof J t

C.;: SUBSCRIPTIONHATES Otherwise, you may.estimate your savingsby I their :aJC s., I ... I __ __..Jo...' -r
_. One T ar .110.60 .. ... .......... Some mother C011plamJO ..
1"1 1Iontb. i.eO estimating what you may earn. aa* *aaa.a hPEiA.g PYRES II 1
.: Three Months t.75 + O I much and put fore burden: on West I InDays
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i. thl. Month _- "__'_'_ t.oo"Hlllr' Despite President Truman's prompt . their children than they can Ij'
\\ k ..15AUVRRTISING : Daytime Summary ,
veto of the new tax measure, the vote in pnfrMn I ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ FABRKATPolitical : stand. Even though you are hot .
ScWetrd, a* Ya/ad.iekw i iI
.. . Msd, Known on AppluallonIPrfAL the house and the senate in overriding the ar. to**.eatt..4 tie _> .,*!_.K.a-.I : .... getting a fair deal try not' toj Cone By
lay tareifk Fritav. Tle M-aaMem pour out your troubles on them.>
:. 'I8TJR!' veto was a good 'demonstration of the senti- Uaaara.. Far.. central .ta.Mri'twb& : Since wou can't have any more .AS TAKEN FROM FILES: OP 1

:._ .Hpcon.All resdlur obituary aortoes notices cards, of poems. thanks, etc resolutionsof will be ment in the United States toward taxation. .tnet* t*S.. .Baarat.r: to* 'aaaaalaiaar .ttas0-. ' :Ef': f!:; a. probably you will be stronger THE CITIZEN OP 1

charged for at the rat* of 10 cents a line. The people are of paying high c MONTEVIDEO now and more able to cope. with APRIL S. lilt
weary
Notk-a for .atertainmeet by churches from which >_ household duties. 1 I IiIMIad1111L.
w your
a reveau .. tor b* derived are ft rents a line. taxes but those to APRIL 5 'THROUGH APRIL 9 I (I -
same people are ready
Perhaps husband is wor- f
Th* CtllieBi is as open forum and iavltea dish your
I eu' <-* ot publle lessee and subjects of local or pay even higher taxes should the occasionfor Mominc *Great,,herds of livestock, (ruin; peateI I[ ried because he dqesn't make} Gene Tuniey former bamg
j Gene s.t laterent., but It will not pablish AnonymouscofBtnaalratioaa .t:00-Honeymoon In M. T.-aba. . fully on miles'of 8ower-brightaaed plains t such a big salary and he*has so champion, came to town today
:. them come to pass. No other people in Breakfast Clab. -.be I famish the basis 'of Umjruy's llrinf. many mouths to feed. Of course, and was met by tics fnetid. Gay i
the world liberal with their ':ls.-oJr1alworma: Amndop-.e4*' From .the wealth of her lands, 90 percent i Carleton. had lunch at the
are as moneyas .- Ozark Valley rolfc>>-nit* they are his n ponsibility but. They '
.. .f which is used for. fnxlnr, .\Jrujnayhas I I
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST are Americans, but they hate to be milk- >e-DO: -?rv :..: Musi For You<*. : built a socully-xdviaeed, stable i irritable and unkind when their Hicks on Flagter avenue.' Tunney 1
ADVOCATED
BY THE CITIZEN ed when there is no need of the milking. My Story Drn>a-abe I and strongly democratic nation.The small responsibilities get too much for comes from Stamford. Conn, ,
1ea0ForH of Sertrtt-nor ,
Even with under the est republic in South America, her %.3",- near which is Carleton's home
awr. the collection of taxes! Half Hour o* SrrUb+M them. Try to be patient and kind
808 people live In 72,172% square miles, slightly smaller than Great .
K With Muste-mbs of Gilford.
Say town
1. More Hotels and Apartments. new law, the government will have a hefty 11:00-Arthur.Co'he. .Show-M-bs Britain. Although sericulture is Uruguay's most important occupation try to keep your house as ;

2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Bre IJtIa.otn; Hollywood- bc the republic is making steady strides toward Industrialization I II nicely as possible and prepare, 1
balance for this year, assuming! no extraordinary C-Jr.:; : issue
tM
meals Allan B.
temptingly .
: 3. Airports-Land and Sea. 11:30-Ben Atexsader Show-wb using her abundant water power. Uraguy is permanently represented your as as you in
4. Consolidation of County and expenses occur, such as would be 11.45-Serial* 3V hn..-*> I at United Nations Headquarters by Dr. Enrique Rodriguez can. A good meal certainly has of The Citizen, anAeuncnhu

: City Governments. in the case of war. Arterial11:0.1tetmme FabregaL Her flag has white and blue stripes l with sun emblem. its effect on most men. candidacy for the Democratic
Jf you do all this and he continues nomination for county sehrftor.
tr. 5. Community Auditorium. As to the government's enormous : KW Smith Traeeler.-.b.Speak*-* beUJA 'd n.YYYT r n I...rrtrr' r...y.Ir rV'tr i! to be mean you can bide f

debt, its liquidation should be extendedover : Wora4' mi Moslc-nbeD.fly I your time .and when the children The State Road Department has
Band Concerts--mb.* Announcements ,'i get old enough .TO that you arranged to widen and rebuilda
a long period. The people of this l-OO,-:WusJc Half Ronr- be
can get along without him, you road en Big Pine Key. according
I generation have done their part nobly 1;!*-_The tteppy Can*-mfc* i can tell him good-bye. to a statement mad today
: MONOGRAPH be
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S-W Pour flours of Seriate >
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 4 1948
i : LOUISA.I by Carl Bervaldi, chairman of
toward the running of the government Queen for a Damb'l .
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Dear Politicians: 1.30 BrVte and GroonV-*be ........ .... .------------- I the county commission.A .
during the war years and since the war Martin Block: Record*-oiMS
!
:. For Governor For County Commissioner I Another reader from Virginia")
writer advises all politicians tow :00-Donb Nott&JndII I
This came to an end. Let us give the Ameri- ladies be a or Seated-abe< Fifth District says that she has been going with i Ia burglar broke ipto the startershop

drink abundantly of coffee (Pepe's highly cans of later generations an opportunity, i: -The House Party cbe I COLIN ENGLISH boy for eight months and likes at the golf course l last mgt
Paul WhStetnanRec rd-abe EDNEY PARKER ; him very much but that her sis- and stole many balls and n.*...
recommended) if the Poet Pope'sclaim which they will gladly accept, to help 4a-'Rjnt Rant Quiz cbs I t For Governor ters want her to go with other ;(: He was apprehended this morning -

Ir ; Is authoritative, for he says: "Cof- carry and eventually pay off the country's 4JO Treasury Winner Band Take Stand AD--ctM at* W. A. SHANDSBILL tor County CommissionerFifth boys because they don't think i and most of the loot was re-

=- fee, which makes the politician wise, bonded indebtedness.It <: -School of the Air-ct I I" ( ) District this boy is her type. She says: cevered.

.: and see through all things with his half- should mind that Kiddies leterbc.I Hour fem mb repeats. t br. W. A. PARRISHFor thtat she is old enough to know ;
: t be borne in always what she is doing but ;he doesn'ttel -. Guns will be displayed< tomorrow ;
1 I ..: shut eyes." Incidentally, if coffee makes America fought in the first and second s.u-Lora end AD erts..ariNt'twOLk I For State Comptroller SuperintendentPublic her age, so I suspect that: she at the Army Barrack as'a

:.: the politician wise, how about us other .World Wars not only to protect the Americans t EDWIN G. FRASER Instruction is rather young. feature in the observance of Ar
: While I do not believe in letting my Day. In the afternoon a
, ) :. KUys. living at that time but also to assure .PROGRAM* For State Comptroller WILLARD M. ALBURY other people select your husbands game of baseball will. be pteyed.

THE ORACLE.NO future Americans a country that is basedon TiaA b eutera .......tl.. Vet ...- and wives, I do know that young -
:.. .rl .t..tr4,.."'"et--.a* fce tv'fr (Incumbent)
_..tale .U.4r4 nMract twokavr For SuperintendentPublic people very often imagine themselves Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swift 619
right and justice and freedom. In view
*. a.,.' lent .taSs.s chests C. M. GAY Instruction I in love with men and women Angela street today announced
I >..r .f Ur I. at.lwl mc..4.l_, I
of that fact future generations should! do r I i
Lad l muscle .r.'raa ckaafrI caaaU O'BRYANT that they would not give a : the birth of a son weighing H
PLACE FOR EDDIE I their part in relieving the United States of .. be laelaled.MONDaY.. For Circuit Court Judge HORACE I II I i passing thought to if they werea pounds. The baby has been named -

I its indebtedness. (Group One) I few years older. Robert James.
. I I For Superintendent I Don't engaged! too !
get : young.
APRIL S .
The Evening Banner of' Greenvile, Erenlnr WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN of Public Instruction LOUISA. Major James McMuHm, officer ,

s_ Texan recently told, in an editorial, the sad The "words.of the wise" are, we sus- 8:01'1t: +,nrt.-MIft.-abe" .u.. MELVIN E. RUSSELL in charge of the Key Wet
hJew' _Il t.eerr'TTa-cb.\ For Cirpult .Con tj:Judge I Address Your Letters to: Army Barracks said today that
story of Eddie, ah inefficient and discourteous pect, those that one. speaks to himself. WM" nrF, Silent H6n*-.abe-eait 1f .' he had been addition
V'4tI. rpeneon-stk-Peet; it 1 1 I. Group; '(Mono.fCpithlr) For Member School Board "LOUISA". P. O. BOX 532. given an
clerk in a store.\ One day a customer Ma.ork :;tit '1 >ir. oea-eatt i :: ., l ,'+:,tlAQIJILINO: D1' I Second.. DistrictGERALD Orange burg, S. C. ; $40.000 to be used in repairingold
Kiddle HourIn ttepeal/--mbhwN*I J' the
1 The person who has no appreciationof ...... . : LOPEZ JR. I' buildings on reservation.
that '
noticed Eddie wasn't present and 8:1-: ,.' "t'ck "v t-Abe i t H. ADAMSFor I
the beautiful in life hasn't been properly M, Opinion. Talks-eta to .. I Mrs. Thomas Moore armed
.
( asked about Him. "Hes just not working N :an-r-Mraro nrrhertra--rbs-art I Your !
For State Attorney Horoscope
educated. Lama and Abner repeat-cbi-weat (Member School Board yesterday from Miami and fa a
here any more,*' the proprietor said. "Got '4*-N_.t K. Three- two GLENN(X MINCER r Fourth District guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan
LoweTl ThtnuM repeat 11)-- Re-election MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1948-The Cates.
anybody in mind for the vacancy?" the FOR SMALL BUSINESSWell ToeeE's..ninhuk ; JULIO, CABANAS JR.' 1 j
.
nature of this day is irresolute
,
-e.. Se.t.h Showcb.5l VI.< t ; .
customer responded! "Nope," said the .-. p-" rtareabefleton For State Attorney You are prone to mistakes of I Today Thcwsays; in an
Far School Board '
:. proprietor. "Eddie; didn't leave no va- amid the talk of helping small _...._Lewitt M) ro-t-sr.inns1:1e ...". WEBSTER G. WALLACEFor Member Fourth District II.judgment, being too trustful of 'II editorial paraghaph ;
others and easily:;; ; deceived by' 'Those are not Murphy Art
I cancy." I business, what have we? .T..1p pe c.lfh-..._.d...""'.Ran.cotv i ISADORE WEINTRAUBFor specious promises partly from auctions: they are pardons."

As the !Banner added, "There's no The tax: on the first t $25,000 of earn- News, Dinner Daf-mb* State Representative I' I distrust of your own estimates. .i| i I

I -' place for the Eddies because the days of ings now runs from 21 to 25 per cent, and n.'nh-"" r-.eh.rw-tvnr.! ''".uh-c Trln s nbaH' For Re-nomination Clerk of Criminal Court Cultivate powers of self-reliance Lake pulsations calved seiches.
which will lead to first observed Lake
success. in Genevabut
I competition have'retuined' and customers on earnings from $25,000 to $50,000 y--irv Rrra.maabe J: Ta Vw-mbt BERNIE C. PAPY 1 C. SAM B. CURRY later found in many other

want to be waited upon. . they want to mounts to 53 per cent. From $50,000 up- :4*._. --.._ w r.mr..nt-aba j For Clerk-of' Criminal Court I Metals valued at $390-milhon lakes. have not been adequately '
Muw News-.1r For State Representative I'
;. see clerks take an interest in their requests, wards of profits the flat rate of 38 per Siv.Tt. Ornirvnt-fnb HARRY DONGO were mined in Canada last year. explained by science.
i ....w';. of A-.riM-rhe: MILTON A. PARROTT - -- -
give them courteous, attentive service and cent applies. t'M-r-.v..,---.. .............. M.ar-cbs II
... .... (Mickey)
: try to make them feel at home. That's just Small business deserves! at least, an I r T'.. Falcon e -ttqltbr Adventure-mha I For Supervisor of

human nature.; equal tix rate with larger corporations. : a.!",-......-wep.s,_ ....1t w.rlr.r CNIO,1te-f'r.+e' '- ... For State Representative j I!1 JOHN Registration ENGLAND :

. During the war, many a store, from Certainly, there is room for some encour- -. ... --rc. _toe I TOM O. WATKINS s j j -

the big chains!!! down to little shops, had to agement to the owners of small business to ,1I.i.q.!. r'rite "I"rh.n ee M-cterv-nb NeirscbS For Judge Juvenile Court the world's doily Btwiaa**'-

employ poor and disinterested help, be- reinvest their profits into planned expan- t. RW_5'.u.r4 Hose._ rn".rt."Comirentt ,GOIOtebep -m For Sheriff j DAVID E. McCURDY THE CH2ISTUN( SClEXa MOXITOR. You wee rata tauralf. m ?
.. FRED O. EBERHARDT t The best-lofcnred persons m yeuf community M world of feM vtn
cause nothing better could be had. But sion. Moreover, the 53 cent levy -*'" The r HmJr=eb. read this varld nda
per seems .. .. you doily newapoper re uldrty. Yta nO goes
rv t m mmCO'.beC i For Judge Juvenile Court ,
,, fuller
: fresh new wiewpoinn. o richer uwferstontfina N todays sNnewsPttn
we're getting back to normal now, andwe're excessive, when compared with the tax on .... +,hrrl Pastier. COt1 f'IftIt-mbe- i FRANK O. ROBERTS help from its exefwsive (cores:en hemtmoUna.,,
For Sheriff
t-wew. Prnoi .d-mbor two, business, theater, music, radio sports.
seeing again that retailing is a career profits above 50000. ':3.-Dr. t A Q.l. Show-libOmm ALTON GOEHRING ; Ie"'" ae" rethto .-----------------_____
that it calls for talents The !=.. K.,e Band-abe 1 For Justice of Peace saacial"aet- The Cbrution Science PubtaMna SeMty IbSutal.f
special adjustment of these levies should
every !
OnVt Please nma-mba ("Dutch") d"" effet One. Nonroy Street, Boston I S. Mess.. U t A.
and mental attitudes and capabilities, and not be considered a tax reduction. The .0:on-r..ntmt Friend Irma. SkH-cbs .>s.funds I for_rw eN "
-:. that it isn't a job that anyone can do. I process is more in the nature of the provision This Is Ad.,entMi*-abe For Sheriff ?j IRA F. ALBURY .
: Fish and Hunt Club-rob* I \ Nome .
For Re-eleciion !
Many of the larger stores carry on highly to permti couples in all states! to make 10::! -Fred Warfnir Wade-oba EVERETT R. RIVAS ,

developed training programs for their em- returns on an equal basis. After the equal- Screen Part) Gondwln Guild Talk Plaver-*abc rta i i For Justice of Peace J JI t SM" L _
For Sheriff j ;
ployees, and these are of service to small iation process the adjusted levy could be Dance Band Tlme-;mbu i First District I II City ZON
10'41-To Be Announced-aba I
BERLIN A. SAWYER
.
I' stores as well, by raising the standards of fixed to bring in the same total that the 11:00-New* ft Variety! 2 hrs.-abe For Re-election I I PAUL BOYSEN -- - ----- -- .-- ----.
News. \arMy. Dance 3 hrs.-cbl ---- -
i retail service in general. existing levy provides. News and Dance Band.-aba ; -- - I
, News. Dance Band-mb
For Justice of Peace
The customer is entitled to interested 1200; -Dandnc Contloutd.abewl.t For Sheriff J"
Second DistrictMYRTLAND Overseas
and intelligent service, whether he's aftera With tax reduction, greater spendingfor JOHN M. SPOT FSWOOD Transportation
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow J I CATES
I' pound of hamburger or a complete spring preparedness and billions for foreign

outfit and retailing is giving it to him. assistance, there will be something like ( America) For Clerk of Circuit Court 1 For Justice of Peace Company Inc.

That !small petcentage of stores which inflation, which will soar without controls. Bette Davis, screen star, born EARL R. ADAMS I! Second District !
in Lowell Mass., 40
years ago. !!
( takes no interest in this basic form of pub- Spencer Tracy screen star For Clerk of Circuit Court r ROY HAMLIN I Fast, Dependable. Freight and Express Service

lic relations won't be in busines long. And, COLLEGES NEED MONEY born in Milwaukee years ago. FRANK BENTLEY I -between-
I For Justice of Peace I
Gregory Peck, screen star,
like Eddie they'll leave
no vacancy. born in La Jolla. Calif. 32 years For County Tax Assessor! Second District 'I MIAland\ KEY WEST
American colleges and universitiesneed ago.Chester CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO i! SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN '

PUSSYFOOTING ON RUSSIA $5,000,000,000 to double their plant Bowles, chairman of iI I l (SAM) I'I'i I Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS .
the International Advisory Committee [ Between Miami and West
Key
facilities in order to meet increased enroll- For County Commissioner j 1-" !
of the U. N. Appeal for \
There is great difference of opinionin ment, according to a survey prepared by Children, former economic stabilizer First District I For ConstableFirst

I this country as to the threat of Russian the U. S. Office of Education.The born Springfield, Mass: JOE ALLEN j District I I Express Schedule:

.; 47 years ago. CARL J.. INGRAHAM (No Stops En Route)
aggression with
many church leaders and question arises immediatelywhere
Lieut. Gen. Idwal H. Edwards, For County Commissioner LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT .
:. some laymen suggesting that the United i the money will come from. Obvious. depty chief of staff for personnel First District i t For ConstableFirst SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Arrives .

States should reconsider its policy toward ly the institutions supported by publictaxati'on and York administration 53 years ago., born in New J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER I. District night.at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid.

the Soviet. : may be able to get most of the Dr. Peter H. Odegard% presi- I HARRY H. JOHNSON

The Rev. Rees Edgar Tulloss, retiring funds they need. The plight of other dent of Reed College Portland For County CommissionerFirst If f For Constable LEAVES SUNDAYS MIAMI) at 12:00 DAILY o'clock(EXCEPT Mid-

President of the National Lutheran Council institutions;; however, especially those sup- Oregon born at Kalispell Mont. DistrictW.C.SUGAR I': night and arrives at Key West al
First
District
47
years ago. I I 6:00 o'clock A.M.Local.schedule.
thinks that Russia;; has clearly demon- ported by various religious denominationsis Bugene I E. Speicher of New ) SWEETING;: C. FLONEY PELLICIERFor

strated a purpose to dominate the conti- serious indeed. York, noted artist, born in Buffalo t :
N. Y. 65 years ago. For County Commissioner Constable (Stops At AU Intermedia. Points)
nent of Euf ope. While he does not believe The admitted financial needs of private Lincoln Filene of Boston famed Third DistrictCLARENCE First DistrictBENJAMIN LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX-

that the Russians are ready to go to war institutions of learning suggest that it merchant, born in Boston, 83 HIGGS J. PIERCE CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock

today he think that "Russia is about time for the year ago. A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
proposes to supporters of ,these i (Bennie) o'clock Pf M.
Jesse H. Jones ex-secretary of .
For CommissionerFifth
_- take every piece of land on t the face of the !. institutions to flake up their minds whether commerce, born tin Robertson County District LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

earth that she can take without getting they want to continue in the education- County, Tenn., 74 years ago. For First Constable District 1 SUNDAYS) at 9:00 sleek A. M. and
Melvyn Douglas, actor born WILLIAM C. CURRY arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
into a war with the United States." business. Running modern institutions of I BERNARD H. WAITE P.M.
Ga. 47
in Macon, years ago.
The accumulating evidence is pretty learning requires considerable funds and it Lawrence D. Bell president of For County Commissioner

.- strong in support'of the conclusion reachedby is impossible to get the amounts needed Bell) Aircraft born at Mentone Filth District t For ,ConstableSecond FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY
District SERVICE
the Lutheran minister. Moreover, there from the tuition of students. Some support Ind Harper. 54 years Sibley ago. .of Rochester HARRY L. HARRISFor I JOSE ESPINOSAFor FULL CARGO INSURANCEMAIN

. will be many Americans to rejoice with from outside sources is necessary for the N. Y., manufacturer-agricultur- Commissioner OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton fc
County Francis It.
him "that the days of our pussyfootingseem operation of colleges and universities and ist ex-president of the U. S. Constable PHONES: 92 AND 33
Fifth District
to be drawing to a close." for the increase of their endowments. Chamber of Commerce born in Second District .
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\ tiflt Rolling Pin .. DEFENSE PHOGUAMwllfHRfltmtmr.dflftlIUllllllnllllllllJllllnmrll1lf FORCES

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Far. **My wife will never go to bed
MONDAY
before two o'clock in the morning I
'** -I rant break nor of the"habit" I 1:00 PJkL 11:05 P.M.-B.lliards _
I Ping I'ong.. tfriung Room ,
What .clws she .do all the Showers. I
lilt ,I ; !
,UK*.* I 1:00 P.M. t:03 P.M-tkuimj, _

"Waits up for r.ic." __ i Training, PAL Equipment. t I
1 .110 P.M. 800 P M.-.Talen 1 _

lIIUllllllfaWlWlnmmrmmlll11QlUm11ltlU"n. Hour Auditions. I _

1 '{, 4.1 s'hot's Doing i I too P.M. 9 and:uo Printing KM.-Film Class.Developing j 1 I| a

1C at the 1:00 P.M. 92J PJVl Coffee :
Hour. i i

4tiL ilai SERVICES 1:00 ",At. UOO P.!!: -Infor. I j jnial ;.

j '.rtin >. .*'' ..\' Y.M.UA. Dancing. !i

j .3' Jackson Square. Whitehead TUESDAY !i
1 .'. and Southard Streets 0:00 A. M. 12;00 Noon-Navj I
;:..".,O'.M.JIItoIIllflnltollm.111111t1tDIlItfJlIIf': Wives Bowling at SubmarineBase. ii
-t tj ."f !
Mcnuif 2:00 P.M. 3:00
J 900P.M. Dan John Pritch- p.M.-NaV'j
:*. Wives Ked Cross
ard and His Ortheslra. *
Jt Class at NCCS
Tuesday ?:30 P. \I. ;
10:00 P.M.-U. S. Naval i -t.-'( 1ttrph.sti)
8:30P.M.-Little lueatre GrouI: Hospital Party jointlywith I
rehearses; P.ns'pong. Shut American Red Cro&. i PHYLIS BENJAMIN (right/13'Te.t.otl Washington tchotl girL trams her tiny camera on-John
J tie Board on the i'atib. (2nd Tuesday i I L. Lewis as the bulky ,chief ol United Mine .Workers testifies before president Truman's board

,..' Wednesday 700PM.-:30 P.M.-U. S. Naval 1 'investigating the soft'Coal strike. With "Phvlis. i,*her ll-year.did cousin. Paula Katz ol Newark. '
,"11.00 P.M.-Fishing Party: Nava Hospital, Entertainers t Hospital Patients. Joint Program Wards (3rd Tuesday). failed to testify. *
YMCA. NCCS. '
WEDNESDAY .. ------ -- -
.
,.,8.30P.M.-Ye Ole Country Part PJiL '
1:00 ,
ll.vw r.Y1-DHliards. I
; ty featuring Square Dane- Ping Pong, Writing Room,.' TODAY'S i The value of'aii iilanea turned A recent find during an'archeological -

j,10.15P.KL ins. Virginia Reels. Showers. : ANNIVERSARIES out- by U. S. industry 'in peak ,c expedition m,the Republic .
-Wemer Roast on the
.::. Patio GriUe. i2:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.Hofpital! .1 war; years W8$. about sijT times of Panama was 'a necklace
Patients' Fishing Party, joint! (Know America) '", that of the products,of the U.. fi. fcanj in a burial urn which cqn-
Thursday
9OOP.M.-Dance. John Pritch- program NCCS, Y4ICA and 4 1798-(150 fears ago) Jonas automobile indu tv ,mj its peak" lained'743 Kirtan teeth all from.
Red Cross. "
+. and 'and His : Chickering Boston pioneer piano' front nwnh.:
Orchestra. J.OO P.M. 8:00 P.M.-Boxing I pre war ears... . i 1;hc of the
'X' manufacturer I\J'impt'Qvt> horn
: T
Friday .
Training, PAL Equipment. i -- - ------ ----- -- ,---- ----
tE:30P.M. in :Mason .liago, N. II. Died
"Tourist Nite at the
7:00 P.M. 8-30 M.--Sewing;
Y De 8. 1R53 .
sponsored by the Chamber Class Navy Wives. 1
-t8'i-Mp-! Holme
prolificP.rockvort.
of Commerce. Refreshments :

7:30 PM. 3:30
PM.-SpanbH .
and Entfitamment. N. Y_ best-selling nov
Class for Beginners; Miss elet in generation after Civil

,"' S 00 P. M.-Saturday Movies.10 . Remcnd, instructress. W'h<>m ?t Brookfield Mass. i
;8.30 P.M. 11:00 P.M.Dancing.THURSDAY .
Died Oct. C. 197.18.'UFr.mk .
?T5 P. Jof.-sC't."ond
\ Show fea Mod
: R Strwkton. noted
ture announced at the
Club.
Sunday .:03 A.M. 5-00 PA1.--Sewing ri"'f'Hst. horn in Philadelphia.Di _

t' 945AM.-Java Club discussion Machine, Typewriter, Writ- Apt 20. 190?. S in '; r
.. Group. ing Room, Showers. i 1836-John T. Raymond (John noW tom

c'l. 1:00 A. MGo to CHURCH FRIDAY O'Brien), noted actor of his day
:r, PArt l"3.." ),00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing born in Buffalo. N. Y. Died in S\\
3-00P.M. Classical Hour selections Machine, Typewriter, Writing .- Evai=vil Ind. April 10. 1837. \\l
announcer Room. Showers. 185'*--Booker T. Washington:

9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour on SArjP-DAY fairer Negro educator and leader
the Patio. Community SingIng .:00 P.M. 6:00 CM.-Picnic. of h:' race bom in Virginia. Died

,: Beatrice Mortnu at the Fishing (sien uo m advance Nov. 15 191.11878Frank!
.- Piano. SUNDAY : Simonds journal I

,'.10:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour. C:30 A.M. 11:3a A.M.-Communion ist and author born In Concord, I
Camera Club Mass. Died Jan. 23, 193G. -
t meeU eachThursday Breakf&-t. White
: ct 8:00 P. M. Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base; I _
G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Ser- (2nd Sunday). S f
l".vice Organization, every 2nd 100 PM. 7:00 P.l\f.-Fi.hing : SOUVENIRS ..

'. and 4th 'blondey.Game ,Trip (sign up in advance). !. ; .
Room: Chinese Check- Inionnauun services housing 4 PARTY FAVORS .
.is, chess carJ, pins-pong pool tty maps. I an
writing desks library current ] ReJj ious )literature, libra 15elephoces -. T ie o size most women use. <..* '.. .. _ .
'
magazines, v arious"table PRIZE ITEMS
games stamps, wrapping and
''He. nailing packages railway exress 2. MODESi JUNIOR in the green biti. .Slightly narrowerfor

_. Showers tsnals rackets;. gol! service, laundry pick-up- Everything in _TOYS to those who find a smaller napkin more comfortable
clubs fishing, linco. cameras ,vailable to all defense force Make the Kids Happyl I '1'
checking services film service nd their families. 3. MODESS SUPER in the orchid box.' For women who

mailing and wrapping packages MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN TROPICAL TRADER need above-average protection. :r.' ..
receiving messages, pnone booths Executive
stamps' railway express service; Secretary. 718 Duval St. Phone 1000 ALL SIZES NOW ON SALE AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE .
MISS HILDA CASTILLO.
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available to SERVICE PERSON- .. ..- I
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'74EL. Secretary. ': ._ ; .
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Lesleigh Davis-Di-ector. ;
Gerald Pinder-Program Di
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Buchanan 'retary ...

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t>! fisli for chowder and ether fish Your Gas Company was established in 1912 and for thirty-six years *.. .
roups. It it .lio excellent for such -with a very few exceptions-has furnished its customers in Key: West with 9ii' I

,Seandlna ian specialties as f..J continuous gas service at the lowest possible rates. : .
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p 'ding and fish balls. From its beginning has always had than ,
very more a .
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r 0 0 mercenary interest in its customers. This was shown when a great number ,: .::

Finely fin'the ground Caller of peanut a white sprinRteQ cake .f' -.. .:. .-.. , of people were given stoves meters. and complete installations without apennv' *.' ". . .

.before: it...U baked saves frosting ;- ..;: -, $ cot to them and. believe it or not there are still a few of these: stoves ;." _

.cnd gives delicious fpvor. i in service today. -,' . '. ,
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'+4' .tt"....a. are left- over: .:: --. '1f ; f For thirtv-sir years your company. at great expense ha given yoa-:" <. {.
crur free service on ell of your appliances. whether purchased from us or not. and** .. ." ;
after
preparing certain dishes .
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theyIhould bs dried and made furnished emergency service twenty-four hours a day. We today run VNt.--*- J

into etuMln,'ttrn iortd in the service; as. far as your meter bar without cost to you. and from there to the-
refrigerator in a covered jar. appliance charge you only cost on labor and materials used. -" *" / 'fl; '' .4;: !

There have been very few rate increases since the company started '
Cry.finth-mum; n y d's. It a p- h" in ss. and through qood times and bad the rntes have remained practical j ji I
dragon with *tr should
kafv
have all the leaves bejvv&t tIn i !v the same while the prices of other commodities have continued to rise. :
a vase or bowl, removed. Leaves 'r ; and today the cost of lots of them is two to three hundred per cent higher

decay quickly and foul the '" than they were ten years ago. I/1 I'

waterThese two lawsrfe may We feel that the rate increase which we were forced to put into.
even have two out tl evert three effect is modest in comparison to the increased costs of other commodities.

leaves well above water removed a- and that GAS. with the services and long-lasting appliances to go with it. is- .
to
HK improve keeping qual- ,. still.the most efficient and economical fuel you can Use today. .

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\\ Wash spinach thoroughly. Cook. Season '"lth. '.
eet salt, pepper. butter. Slice cwld.' c x>kd: potatoes -
Plan .fitW
Your FloorsFree $
Of 1\oa\ and brown in pan with a little fat..Add . iCo3'

Kttiniales Giren St'cEddb Sauce prepared horseradish to whipped cream/ to .- ,

Asphalt Tile \\otseia SBt'aab make sauce. Slice roast beef. Make Apricot :. ,
Mousse earlier in the day.
e Rubber Tile Buttere3 0
: -Cork Tile red potatpes TIME 15 Minutes.,. '. ". _' .
IO'" tAou.se :; ... '
Plastic HOOT Tile 91\CO\ .. ... . I' ".
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Plastic Wall Tile c ;, : -
.BroadfeltsCapello '
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Wool Rugs < .

Acoustic Ceilings .t.
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.Hardwood Flooring .
-Formica for Sinks

Tables

Floor Refinishings Sanding and KEY WEST GAS CO. .


Modm1 floors & Tile '119- FLEMING STREET PHONE 61


,'. J. L. CITES

Flooring Contractor .
'l12,4 VIRGINIA STREET
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Announce. Program'For- Planning :Boardbeets CLASSIFIED Ab 2..


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Boy Scouts' Special Event .-City commission will conveneas

Information for the AdvertisersHA
a planning board after the reg- .

ular meeting tomorrow night and : +E* FOR REGfLAR aa4BLACKFACE P'1''IAT

Here Tomorrow ,Night will pass on changes in two piecesof TYPE teeta rarawat!. lavariaMr for da..ui 1%.a4v a a '

city real estate. Advertisement aDder this bead regular *4v rtl r with lei
J Enerto Gomez wants the property wfll be inserted lit The Citizen at rousts may harp the ir a.v. .
TAKES PLACE AT 3:00-- the rate of 2c a word for each larftion uses'charted..
at 1304 Grinnell street I 1.abLl
bat the minimum charge forhe P.LlCA s .
changed from Residence B tot first 15 words or less Is Jc- XB ""eere. o.a ca
O'CLOCK IN ST. MARY Business A, and Solomia Chile The rate for Markforc type l. Jc a be aa "w"ritui tc.
SOFTBALL I word and the minimum charge, for o'drk M the BM .r I
Ledford'wants the property at the first 19 word U 4.c of p..llcat"L
iPARISH HALL, DUVAL T28 United street changed from

GAMES Residence A to Business B. fa
---STREET Both these All advertising Is accepted wader tfce foHowias eoa :
changes were re-
; : : event of error In advertising. transient or contract. TWresponsible -.a=. .
The BAYVIEW PARK jected by the City Planning Com- only for the first Insertion la tlairalflrd Atfvrvrtetae.Ithalar .
complete program for,the. .(NIGHT 'PLAY) mission and it will now be up to .....rt..I.e for only; the actual amoaat of saves .Sta..U..
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Boy Scout Troop Train to be held r part of the advertisemeat where the error ra.
the commission the
city siting as
8 o'clock tomorrow night in St.Mary's I I TONIGHT Planning Board, to settle the . . UUUUUU . . . . . . .

Parish Half was released FIRST; GAME-VFW' vs.. uss.. matters. HELP WANTED WANTED-TRANSPORT* .t

today. . I Gilm'ore. '
The program, to be under the i SECOND GAME-:Adams Dairy Arrest Two Men Earn big money selling low cost Couple desire ride to
direction vs: Key : est. High SchooL Health and Accident Insurance. or points en route after
of Fred Frohock, chairman -:j ;
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At same time build renewal 6. Share cxpetwec.References.
of the leadership program of. TUESDAY At High SchoolJohn income for life. 309 Goodrich R. Bar.

the Boy Scouts of"America, fol-I FIRST GAME-VX1 vs. Key Bldg.. Phoenix 322 Arizona. Grinnell Street (i e

lows? \ r West Merchants. Boar and Louis Aguiar apr5-ltx

8.DO P. M.-Opening Ceremony SECOND GAME-Bob's Sport were arrested Sunday night at

,. Shop vs. Kant r's Mens Shop. the Key West High School where HELP WANTEDFEMALEWaitresses FOR SALE REAL ESTA
K10 P. M.-A brief History of they were seen throwing the

Scoutings. Origin Jack Delaney THURSDAY- roofing paper from the roof of wanted. Phone 9292.apr53tx. For any kind of property Ina
8:32 P. M.-Essentials of the the building. West, be it horoe.'hoteb, i
FIRST UAME-Kantor's
Scout Movement ;. Glenwood Mcns
Sweeting Shop vs. USS. Gilmore. Frank Key, the roof contractor, or business locations."fifiS

9:00 P. M.-MovJe.the Scout SECOND. GAME ,- NAS vs. reports he discharged one of the POSITION WANTEDFEMALEBy Paul Boyscn, 6S6 Frrrnirm
men and he presumed throwingthe Phone 153. roar
Adams
Trail to Citizenship i Dairy.
from the roof was spite highly'trained and
paper secretary
9:37 P. M.Open Forum, .
ques'l work. qualified office worker. Will Property owners. We
tion will be
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answered. FRIDAY- .
The men under mediate buyers for Key
.were placed accept permanent or temporary
-10:00 P. i
TIRST
M.-Closing GAME
Ceremony VFW I3ob'aSport
Refreshments will be served! vs. arrest by* Police Lt. Ray Atwell, position. Call 757-M. apr5-2tx business properties; I
ShopSECONDGAME'.
after residents them. Preftfafetjr
nearby saw
The of the is vacantlots.
purpose Westt
program
: Key
Both men were released under BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Also linings
greater'interest
tocreate a in the High School West -
vs. Key
bonds of $200 each for r er propertiestberf" or
people of the community in the Merchants.FOLLOWING. appearancein
Boy Scout movement. All interest Municipal Courttoday.. Money needed to expand sales of various Keys, aprakrt.

d persons are cordially invit- .......... .-.... well known product that is already B. Emerson, Sing
ed,to attend. Mrs. Johnson HereMrs. state recognized with pos- Fla. Keys since.19S3.
Interest is keen among the sibility of becoming a national Emerson Realty, 235 N.

Scout troops in the Key West Felix L. Johnson, wife of product. Now being used and St, MiamL Phone 322 1 1.

area, with each one stating they THROUGH Rear Admiral Johnson, now attending called for by well known name I
will win the special award promised the Fleet Sonar School at. retail stores. Would like to

by Paul Brick, field executive BT arrived in Key West .yesterday riteftaininvestors- of small and FOR RENT

of the Boy Scouts of Amer PEDRO AGUILAR Capt. and Mrs. Johnson arc the large amounts with or without I

ir t. ....AA...A..AA...... guests of Capt. and Mrs. A. G. W. services. Write P. O. Box 1803, Newly furnished upstairs

.The prize will awarded to Florid a-International .League McFaddcn Baton Jlouge, La. apr-5-ltx bedroom flat Electric

the troop having the largest per- Opens Tomorrow Mrs. Johnson came here from, ., electric Frigidaire, hot wj
centage of in attendanceat. r Night LOST utilities, water etc.. all
parent .The FIL will Maryland She will return to i j-
the meeting for the open- tomorrow ... ished. Tile bathroom ,
scouting I Norfolk, Va.. when AdmiraJohnson I
night and three of oUr boys will Brown zipper wallet with I.D. kitchen. Must hare fWlast
special program. reports for duty as com-
be/in there andhitting
pitching fielding
cards Reward.
personal papers. month
rent in
mander of Destroyers of the Atlantic -
for their clubs.
I Charlotte Ruth Atkinson, 1203 Apply after 7 1568 Se
Fleet. Later Mrs. Johnson pjn.
McFadden Goes They are: .'
I Newton St., Apt. 3. inary Street
marM
Chester Covington, althoughnot will go back to Washington.I I apr2-3tx

a native of Key West, the fans
To of this city look at him asone CARD OF THANKSWe Billfold Hall. Rewardif Two-bedroom house redeewi
Washington near City
new furniture modern
of our boys.-lis, is always willingto
wish to extend : '
d our appreciation returned to corner Ave. E room 29x14: new all
pitch for West he
Cap[ A. G. W. McFadden, USN. Key and is and thanks to all who 'and 17th St apr3-2tx kitchen. dinette. comp4cte
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well liked by all the fans and
commanding officer of the Fleet players here.Clayton . were so kind-to us after the death. bathroom. For couple or pflb
Sonar School'at Key West Naval of Emily M. Ryan. Diamond out of ring. Reward. one child. Year around rw
Sterling, and Mason
Base, left for Washington by air- Thank YOlLSigned Call 459-R. apr3-2tx $110.00 month. AvadaMe-a*
Miami
Maulding, of the Tourists I
plane last night where he. will ( ):.
mediately. 525 GrfnneH
will be playing heir heads off for I StK*.
attend the underseas warfare Miami. MR. AND,.MRS. EDWARD LbstBrown. dog female me- j
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synposium there it was tin Ou/ic- CIESINSKI.. apr5-lt. dium size Clipped tail. Re-
Although they ace not slated **
.to8a He will retqml .-- I 'sed ,: I I '
cd # here to start in the 4ine-up they will' bles wire-haired Terrier.ReWard. I FOR RENT-APAR )
next weekend. FOR SALE .' W. S. Graham 1219
be .in there before
Jong. .You
in the absence of Capt. McFad Pearl, St. apr5-3tx Nicely furnished ap&jtinea
j cannot keep Sterling out of the
den. Comdr. J: B. < I lineup,. Fernandez or.'lio Fernan Five-room house and bath lot I water. Adults only,
-sacting as commanding C1USN'1(dez. 41'.4" x 92'.6". 1300 Von Phis- Saturday night on Duval Street last months' rent payafe

of.the.Fleet Sonar School. That fleck,. fast fielding Danny j. ter Street. Call at 1118 White between Angela and Kress advances Write Box F.I

Lastres of the Tampa Smokers:' Street. apr2-5tx store baby gold bracelet with Citizen Office. .
11111..1'1111. I he"will have a big year. His year chain, two white and one blue .. '

with the Florida State League has 440-ft. oceanfront Stock Island: stones. For sentimental reasons Furnished apartment, 3 mat
Ready for cabins, hotel, ,resi finder please return to 606 Du- and bath.
likea Maid and
Slop! Look! polished him to a perfection jtiMf
I -diamond. dence. Bargain. Write BoxW.AJL val Street or phone 850-J and service. linens

Listen! The expert look for the Cu- Citizen. aprl-tf receive, reward. apr5-3tx furnished. aMJ

bans to repeat but I think if they al Hotel
} repeat it will be after a hard Brand new Kohler & Campbell Losi Two' 26-inch men's balloon Poet Office.Furnished apliIt
'If a girl wants her cotton i fight from St. Petersburg. Tampa spinet piano with bench. Sac-I tire bicycles. 'Serial numbers

dress to rustle like rayon or Miami Beach. Lauderdale and I rifice. Apply after 7 p.m. 1508 J-44126 and MG95761. Rewardif apartment on a 1M

silk taffeta manufacturersare Miami. Lakeland and West PalmI Seminary Street. mar31-6tx returned to Overseas Cycle basis. Inquire Citizen OHissir
to turn out "the Store 920 Division Street.
ready race ,
I Beach will be in the about aptl"
new listen" as well as the I i a month after the start. to make it Motorcycle 7000 miles. Cheap. ,, ., .: :' apr5-ltx .
.new look I! 621 Wflitehead street.
anyone's race. Furnished apartment cumuli *
An Eastern company gets i Brown wallet containing sum of
i With two more good pitchers aprl-4tx private and strictly mederaK
the rustling effect(by treat i! they will be in the thick of the money. Also very important
one couple. No msonabic +
:jng the fabric with a resin 1 race. And don forget that Red New, 6-drawer maple chest cards and papers. Lost betweenbus rhfktrea.

produced by one of the chemical i\ Erinisch is a proven player andi youth's bed and mattress, in- station and Duval Street. Four year around ycombiftftifc rem:
.' large
companies. By another fant's clothes container. Call Liberal reward offered if re- rooms,
Bill Cates has the brains of Casey shower
and tub bath. aH atiptrie
process the manufacturer Stengel McGraw and other 527-J. apr2-3t turned to Mrs. Wilbur John
great
gives rayon fabrics the look ,' son, 421 William Street. kitchen. cool porch t4fg
managers down pat. He has stud- I
.. and luster of linen. 'ArrangI{I led them all and has.a lot of base- Motorola auto radios to fit all cars aprS-lt looking lovely gartJcn. A
ments have been' 'made to 1!; ball in his noodle. from $42.50 up. Completely in- Caroline St., Phone 193-J.....
start marketing the treated I I stalled. Bridge Radio, 650.NW FOR SALE-USED CARS aprFum'i5hed
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textiles. ; Africa's population, estimated 5th St., Miami. mar24-lmo
I at 160.000.000, includes only: 1936 Dodge 4-door sedan 2500.. apartment twin
II.I.I'II.I.lA' about Two large ice boxes for bar or Apply 915 Angela Street after Frigidaire. hot water, *,'a MI
_- --.- "t---------- __ ___4.000,000_, Europeans.__ . . ,_ restaurant. Dclmonico Restau- 4:30. apr2-3tx: machine. Everything cw prte-

TRUMAN SIGNS VETO OF TAX CUT rant 218 Duval Street. Phone ly furnished. $15.00 per _
518. apr3-3t 1941 Buick sedan with radio,I Phone 796. between" 8 a.it

.. .. -'. j heater. Iftquire Citizen OUit.-e.1 P.M. No children or pe:"

., :j Miscellaneous items of household apr2-5tx!
I furniture. Cheap. Small gas
I Ic refrigerator. Simmons double I '42 Plymouth black 4-door se WANTED TO RENT .j t;

mattress and box springs, like dan. $850.00. F. T. Wheel-
'J new. Double iron bed, etc. house. Fort Taylor Trailer Unfurnished three-bedroum atWi_
r3
1401 Pctronia. apr3-2tx Court, No. 10. apr3-3i.\ era house by permanent ftw-
Ia dents. Sec me at Ww Chouse

4 i Plumbing supp.;u:>, complete Olds 6. 4-door complete motor or Phone 15 2-W. ,

x stock. Plastic tile, paints and overhaul new tires and brakes.. must move by May lat

b Y, brushes. Murray's Plumbing seal beams. Good original Poinciana. Floyd R. '
deputy collector of .
paint. $383.00 cash. custom '
Call between
1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami. -
Fla. Phone 7-3421 aprltfMans : 5 and 8:30 p. m. at 611 mon-wed-iri-teeps
Division. apr5-2tx
FOR RENT ROOMS
bicycle; good balloon tires,
> as very cheap. 1900 Staples Ave.apr32tx. FOR SALE
W to
Light housekeeping rooms $
h I $15 per week. 411 William 11.marI2 .
I Dining room chairs, table: stove
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i! Household furniture. Twin car- fry-a-later; broiler; other kit -

j| riage. 45-1 Pomcianj. Phone chen items. Very reasonable.Call Oversea Hotel. 917 Hest

i! 1181-M. mar31-6tx room.at Ocean View apr5-6tx Dining I I Street. Weekly rates Sigte. I D.

I $12 double. apr--Jt
1939 Harley-Davidson 61 motor-

cycle. Inquire at 722 Caroline, German Exacta B camera. F.33 I MISCELLANEOUS .
Phone 1535-M. apr2-3tx lens. Shutter speeds 1/25 to,
1/1000. Self timing unit. Call i
Washers, irons, vacuums ..
Universal electric ironer, $65.00. 702J. apr2-3tx fans repaired. O'Briaot PH8C

!! Apex washing machine. $50.00. 1164-M. apI'I-tI
2313 Patterson. apr5-tf 129' Chris-craft sleeps four. very
i' good condition. possibilities
For guaranteed plumbing and re*
Studie couch, $20.00. Trailer good charter boat. Phone pairs. Free estimate. CaB

= t court 611 Division Street. I 1368-W. apr3-6tx John Curry 512 Margaret 5t.

apr5-2tx I Phone 781. aprl1Specialists
.I Harley Davidson motorcycle; -

I i 1941 Master De Luxe Chevrolet. I good condition, $240.00. 1308 in washing tram

CAP \Yirruhota> fi f Phone 395-M. apr5-6tx Elizabeth Street. mar31-6tx repairs, all makes. W1IiU

PRESIDENT TRUMAN sits aboard the yacht Williamsburg at i j.i Tilt-back couch. $15. True Tone I White outside paint. white enam- Phone wringer 1431 rolls.130 The Duval Trade SL .

Washington and signs a message for congress on his veto of the radiophonographcombination.. el. $2.75 per gal.; lacquers, clear aprl-U

income tax reduction billy Watching are Charles Ross (left). 926 Eaton St. apr5-ltx I and colors. $3.25; and $4.15 per .

presidential press secretary and William J. Hopkins executive gal. Florida tested roof coating Dressmaking. Specialize in bef5' ,
clerk of the White House. They brought the document from the 1 girl's bicjcle. 1 boy's bicycle.I 75c per gaL Doherty & Co. 846 and girls' clothing. A14-trati.M t

White House to.the.yacht:,' New tireC, Phone 1052-R Olivia cor. Parkrr. Phone 1597. :Montzelle's Dress. Slope, M6

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r 909 Simonton :: :: *718 DUVAL'STREET PHONE 1000 |: ..T ft EI? .cal WE REPAIR m : .. :.. : POOR OLD CRAIG I I
St.
I- of' :; Ownership-ManagementS : 'I Nice Selection of GIFTS and' SOUVENIRS : ':.n t is ,,Ctrl W E SELL I T i :. .. S

; of BENNY the .Children : We Will Call For and Delier : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station :
.. ..;;. .., FERNANDEZ : : Plenty of Action Toys for : : i :
... .' Serving. ? .R 1 i : (/7 '38 Y*."' Experiezue"IA: Electrical Work : : r. H. BRADY. Manager 'PHONE IlK :
I :. '. '.BREAKFAST. 8'' to 11 : Electrical Applianc a p.ired r : ; S DirUloa Stx ta *
it r. j : LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 : ....... .. .. ..*..... 2liDuvil Street : : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. : Francis: and .
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"1r .- : .DINNER. 5 to 8:30 : ..... .. ......\t. \ :. 701 DUVAL STREET S : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories, :
.......................... : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 : : 822 SIMONTON STREET GASOLINE D a1erTOUV'S *'- .

.I '. :.I Short The Orders Best -of SanGwiches Steaks :f: HOME SUNDRY STORE'1!.I :...1.t..1.....iii.e...........U...........1....................1.....: ..: Dry-Cleaning S, .!11..11......Tour...111.1..PURE....1.....OIL..11..and.1...1111......1.....................111111 ..ee.

: 3s" .i .'.. At' All Hours .: *, 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR..WHITE, ST.. J: i- THIS SPACE AVAILABLE : and Pressing AUTO AND : .
1 ..v., Y tIi' Try Our Frozen .
:: : Tour Patronage Inviled" \: : S 24-HOUR SERVICE :
i .5 TROPICAL DRINKS .. '. : Free Pick-Up and BODY SHOP :
i. 11 a. n t. J *< Open Daily*and Sunday, : S Ice Cream .Proprietary-Medicine : : Apply to the ; Delivery Service : : I
,8'A M.,to Midnights .: 60:. OS GREENE STREET : F
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J .- I .:.......................; : Sick Toilet Room Supplies ._Sth-orS.ippfiq: Articles : Advertising Department : SUITS WOMEN for MENand :: Auto Painting S45OD to s5 S00 :
: Preparations and :
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. ... : for Details S PHONE 282 ; BODY and FENDER REPAIRSPhotic !
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t p. eeeeeeeeeWASHING .. ...... :._ BY. THE MONTH_ AT-,__A. REASONABLE_ _.._PRICE _.: ......................- ...............e.ef..............eee....e.ee.
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Repairingi : 220 DUVAL STREET- : PRITCHARD : BEAUTY ; ,
RUSSELL'SDRY CAROLYN
j : SHOPPE
: Exclusive Monroe County; Distributors_ rCarrier : I
i FUNERAL LOPEZ : Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. ,
i, ..:; \ . S AirConditioningfor : : GOODS ; .. : =:f DONALD BARBER ,
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.:t. t.. II..: Not Salesmen Domestic_ and Commercial:;,- fJid(. S HOMELet : 1106 OLIVIA STREET Funeral ServiceEstablished S .... We Specialize In s ,

j I'": ; Factory by Trained Methods Men: ;: .:.. .533...-.............PHONES............;..:.......fllSO......:: .. .. PHONE 373Specializing : 1885 f : Scalp ALL Treatments TTFK OP HELRNR Hair CVATItPERVAKT Dyeing :

1- 4 : EASY ABC MAYTAG '. :........................ i .. ....... : Those ServeWho BestS : : Licensed Funeral :..........175......................WAVES.........1...:
, KENMORE '. SPEED : : : Serve ,.: : Director and : ... .......

t d s .,s' : While QUEEN Wringer and. Others Roll ::: HOTPOINS a' : BETRAYED WE. HAVE A NEVER TRUST- :: inWomens Kinbaltncrs21Hour 1: STELL'S: BEAUTY. NOOK i

1-' Refrigerators. and'' ,Appliances :. and : Culture I
Disposals Electrical : WE NEVER WILL : Scientific Beauty
e' : THE TRADERS : J Washing Machines for Immediate i p.eUv ry : .. .S .. : in All BranchesThoroughly : ,
" 1,. 130 Dural Street ':: I : Ambulance ServiceTelephone : :. Children'sApparel ':. Ambulance : : Experienced f I :
HOME.
PHONE 1431 .. APPLIANCE :; 548 : S : : Operators
'J' ..Iff .................... 60S SIMONTON SThEET' .. PHONE ll ; : ServicePhone :. : Soft Water Urd ExdiulTl7 L : I
*.................................,,,...e...,...: : : NeT.r Sleeps :. .: Phone 637 536 Fleming SL \ JS
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. : J. At MYERS Salon S
THIS : Division and Whitehead Opposite Lighthouse! : S Frances Beauty ,
: : ; i Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. i ii
> I : Work Left by 10 A.M. Can' 'Be Licensed S : .4 Frances Park. Owner :
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82X Fleming st. R.M.Daniels Prop. Phone 1013 : MARL,HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS : Sales , ". :; Waves, . !
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'1. STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMELBICYCLES A La Carte and Sandwiches 124 and 738-R ill Beauty Culture .

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. .. :. TAKE S: ,1 DRUM BAR and : INSURANCE ; .I ,,,, 1 523 Southard Street l :

. BUS : :. FIRE .WIND -, AUTO BONDSand : : -Tin:- There are a number available with over 100 hours : :
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eOt.. . to then i t DIVISION STREET PHONE: 9112I : ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE PorterAllenCompany 1 phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
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V.; : LINKS : "We Deliver" :: : Key West Insurance Co. : beauty culture, do good work at very low prices. Ale :.
Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : though appointments are not required it is advisable.
X. a : 0 Best J : 318 SIMONTON STREET: PHONE 1371 S, : For Appointment Stop) at :

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t Dies0n; Vessel I IT. e :

; TAKING PLACE WITHIN GEttMANY ." WiShtI.rl.* "" xJamej .": '- . ..

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fineer. aboard the SS Cal ; :
AMERICANS TAKE TO AIR TO. BEAT BERLIN BLOCKADE AMERICANS IIALTEp.'S1t1 IISSIANSa.y lIE. .
Grande '
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... ; heart attack at 3:05 a. m. loda.: a

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.' t West according to Coroner-Ir. i

< '" .... I F. Aliury". who Was: called: t..iew .:: faSt ,r
1Ioi: -the remains. w

I Wishart, whose home was i .'.:: -. .
Long Beach Calif: was take ;-
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i :aboard the CC 92403:: of f.the ligl ;.C ,.r '
this morning and brought tb LatKz I,
Funeral home. Trie fuser. 7

t I nome is awaiting instruction 5 .
I from his widow, who lives aLong I

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the Baptist Woman'o Missionai

I Society Will be held tonight ?
the 'church. Members are requested
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+ __.JIh "- Home Mission Offering take 9'1-
(AP Wircphoto- 'via Rddio fret Frankfurt! ) I for the week amounted to $13 It : _ .
(AP Wirvphoto via Radio. fnjmFrankiurt) On March 15, Circle No. 2 mat Ala lvtYDAi..t")
PASSENGERS: BOARD A U.'S. AiR FORCE PLANE AT Fr "lPFURT. GERMANY. ea.''route, 'to the church annex..: The chai S ?
: Berlin in the first emergency flight sincethe; Russians tcgaa their land blockade: : of Bcrlhv.: 'Me.n- REGISTERING AT A U. S.. ARMYBILLETING' OFFICE, in I man was l!rs. Edna Albury. THE MIAMI HERALD'S: AUTOMATIC FACSIMni: :
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J .whila the Russians flatly* rejected:- t iis of W.stcrn owers against the blockade.:. : and hinted,:. Frankfurt. Germany, are American ssefgeri who were'aboard_ "Tares in the Kingdom" we APPARATUS' =:a radio that talks writes or draws pictures hie3

a hew moves to push the Americans. British and: French out cf Berlin.: U. S. Air Fore planes car-. a train halted by the Russians as it was aboultQ.eJ1t the Soviet', 'I' the program presented by pn aote.pushbutton ccnlrcL The Herald announced the start cf -

'lying food and; passengers are landing..-at Berlin's Terapjlhcf airport. zcia'en route to Berlin. U. S. army officials refused'to" let 'the gram chairman Mrs. Alice Ran operationS .Wednesday -first in the ccuntry. The.operati -1s,.,..
eriz. unique in that the Herald Is the only newspaper whch has developed -
- CLRJ5' ON TRAVELING Russians inspect the train, and it returned to i'rarlkfurt. {I Devotional was in chrage aI : and is offering complete automatic receiving sets 'for-,

SOVIETS DEMAND TRAVEL INSPECTION IS THEIR PROBLEM. I Mrs. Edna Albury. Those takir.I home use. The sending unit (top) transmits the latest new ..L
: .. ." .' .> ..' I patt on the program were: Mt 'while group of Herald employes (bottom) watches the news r,'
C. D. Mack. Mrs. Shirley, MnGeneva
e t.wt- Ii i i U. S.-R.UTISiI Al]RPOR. T. 'i$' .BEllLIN. Smith and Miss HalkJohrxxm. rOIl. ff the receiving unit. :".

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Do Know That
/ shower for the Indians a
: y fo .' the Romans B>vcr.ines:;: and, TxJsadins ,
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//W.r., ..cA.at4 P Net,. See ti. N s't tt was : \
fy.dn/ 1 11 Kel .he April W.M.S. meeting.Mrs. The:.word" "forfeit" comes from Franks, by Italians from
{ e { qtlambrg J Alice Raineriz and M French word meaning: wions Naples! Florence and-Cnicc and I
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T BERLIN : !. Geneva Smith were hostesses r crime and then punlshnxntollowing : Item 1480 to 19& by the Tua1.r '
/:o 4. 'he social hour, and served d< a crime.
e hO 8erGn-Ha no.et fi HelmsledsRJR POLAND licious refreshments. A Chicago ordinance: regta r

P o : so u' W.rsf.a? .r ..,f o 5upet Hrghey .R. .RERItN Circle No. 1 met at the ho- Most countries haveplant p.TScns' under 1& vo b.-. icdkx.i'nby: '

Hanfgx = of Mrs. Raymond Johnson un.rantine laws i I,i Id p. ni. -" ,.
Rotterdam iclmtedr S No"awesE11M their March meeting with M ---:---- '
/ Johnson circle chairman presi Thevioletblue Eastern Cluf- The natural Australian forests
e ? 1'ing.. Mrs. Jc--eph Gates was Ihsrge t "Sycd-Grass: is a' beautiful Mild con :'.:t largely of hardwoods. ' >.
AIRIORT TOW / 1f&tNICKw Aatwtro ABruutlsrtc ::: of the program., ow rand a member of the iris . '- .
/ J tobgne i A shower was given for tJ) imily. Wall Street Fairyland Wd>.
r n 7 L GfRMRN ae Baptist Orphanage at A cadiorida Peek-a-boo Canyon are all to Jae

/ A+avoir10TSDAM s +u eyefrankl:1: : j. by circle members. M* Proteins are iwfhly complex found in Bryce Canyon N3tnat.. .
T + e Johnson served delicious refre" hemicals. Park, Southwestern Ulaju .: 'i
CI .PTSudan ments at the close of the mee

s(0AAR ing. G.-r.. !'if1N" the ." At .+. -- t : America is Amehka" inlia- t
: vq CMett the fifth century before 'Christ. waiin '

GERMANY Club
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Mulhouse a t The regular monthly meetinof ;
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/ ,, Msrnm.ak.' O+jon will be held tomorrow at 4 o'ckx
/ i in the club house; 319 Due .IRRITABLEHIGHSTaUNGdue
I Ue6bn,, S<' f, StYffIERIAND I I street.
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to this functional :
fictrs will take place.
(AP Wirephoto Map) t .ly6ft' Bitt( ;; tetra.1 ore.R o i I 'middle-age' cause? i
Are you between the ages 38 and 52 .
POINTERS FROM BOXES ON.THIS MAP indicate routes where.F'UStlt .. t Apply To Wed and!going through that trying functional .. t .
I ; (APWirephoto> ) Map 'mIdclIe-age', period' peculiar g {
: n control points were established on super highway and to women11 Does this make you suffer
An application for a rr.arriat from not Cashes feel clammy t t :$
THIS MAP LOCATES the Tempelhof and Gatow airports in the SO .mercoKs Irritable weak? THen ';
,singl railroad line between Western Power Zones and their license wr; filed Saturday in tb
American and British sectors cf a erlin. The. shaded aren de- office County Judge RaymonR DO try Lydia E.Plnkluun's Vegetable '. J .
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such
. Berlin The Russians demand right to inspect British. UP tt'tilvieteil) Compound to relieve tymp- i;. .
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notes the surrounding Russian zone making an island of the I Lord by Louis Casado, 2 tonal! its famous for tbis!
GEN. LUCIUS D. CLAY (top': Many ..-s* 'middle-age' women harps nature (you know what w.
:: French and Ameircan trains and 'motor vehicles passing along and Violet Palma, 23, both c
of Marietta. Ga.. American. city which is under four-powee administration. The Berlin. take Plnkhaai Compound re ular- mean''I. This great; medicine also
I 1908 Seidenberg avenue. lr' to help build up resistance has what Doctor call a ttomachlo
the routes. First instanee of ,!>p vie t. clampdown came when military govern; in .Geiinany.' ., Helmstedt railway (A), and the Brliq\-Hanove; highway (hI') against this. distress tonic effect.
Pinkhana's Compound contains no :NOTCt Or yu _* p..'**TOn !E.
British military trucks bound:f or-Ber)Jin were turned back last end his British. counterpart. .LtR are ground links with western Germany. The Russians have- -- ,----- oplatt*-no habit-forming drugs-It PLS"kH.t*3 TAHU.TS. ... .dial --.
7 Gan. Sir Brian Robertson ((bet r
WcdnesJtv night at MerieborK, (( underlined). U. S. military tam) met in Berlin Thursday: ;to;' demanded the right to inspect U. S., British\ and French trains ;8AHu v Lydia E.: Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND

trains were held up at Helmstedl (underlined) just inside British discuss what action should' be' and motor vehicles moving over these routes.. As a result. .-
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lone pending developments-alter American i authorities: rejected taken against travel 'restric American authorities have cancelled their trains.on the Berlin-. ,

HuuUn demands. Later U. S. forces! decided to use planes to tions imposed by the Russiansin Helmstedt line and will schedule extra plane "flights from Daughter to GilroysA
the Soviet zone separating 1
brinj passengers and freight into-Berlin. Insert in map shows Berlin from Western Power Frankfurt in the American occupation tone to Tempelhof airport daughter was born in th
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I comparative size cf areas cf Berlin cccupiad: by the British. :zones in western Germany. Russian restrictions do not apply to air traveL Key West Municipal Hospital ;
5:30 a.m. yesterday to Mr. ant
French. United States and Russians. .
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TRUMAN AND' COV., TUCK MEET AT WILLIAMSBURG '_-s: ? ' II I five ounces. Ia Id I-

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'a y .0 ;A1 if.eue Son to PoseysMr.
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and Mrs. J. O. Posey 9))
Watson street, announce the bir

k.t1 of a son weighing nine poun
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Son to Thompsons

y t x a, A son was born at 1:15 o'cloc

r, h this morning in thj Municip A h 4's

,I Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Clyd )
ki Thompson 9-D Porter Place. Th .

vI'S baby weighed eight pounds. fix r .
fiyk ounces.


Three Births In Navel Hospital rI'

E +) s y t R J I A seven-pound nine-ounce so
was born in the U. S. Naval Hospital x s
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to Mrs. Ruth Risen?r. wif t
of Warren P. Risener CSK. USJv
t USS Gilmore. The baby has bee: f'i
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daughter was born to Mrs. Mil
( ___ t i .. .... .. .-' dred Loring wife of Rob2rt FLorin

tAF Wirephoto) Sl, NAS Boca Chica. Sht It's the steady saver who

PRESIDENT TRUMAN and hisDemocratic: political foe. Gov. William M. Tuck of Virginia, met tAP Wtrepiioto, has Ann.A been. given the name of Shirley reaches the goal of financial security first The fellow with ?

Friday for the first time sine their break during Canadian-American Day ceremonies at the Col- i A. PHILIP RANDOLPH (right). Negro president of the Broth- daughter weighing sir "get-rich-quick" ideas seems to make amazing progress

leg cf William and Mary in Williamsburg Va. They shook hands and exchanged brief greetings. erhood of Sleeping Car Porters (AFL), tells the Senate Arms I I I pounds, one-ounce was born t- at times but like the hare,he's left far behind If you want

Visiting notables stand on the platform as the Rt. Rev. William A. Brown bishop of southern Virginia Service Committee in Washington that he and other racial leaders I i I Mrs. Bertha Barclay wife of Gordon to follow the surest road to success,start a savings account
delivers invocation. At'extreme left is Viscount Alexander governor-general of Canada. would lea da civil disobedience drive against service in the I i J. Barclay, QM2. U-3008
Standing second from left in foreground is Dr. J. E. Pomfret. president of William and Mary. Just armed forces unless army policies and laws removed racial seg. !! Submarine Base. The newcomer and keep throwing rTilE

behind him is President Truman. At extreme right is: Gov. Tuck: and beside him stands Canada's regation and discrimination. Grant Reynolds(left). New York I has been named Sherry Lynn

Prime Minister W. L {MacKenzie. .'King. State Commissioner of Corrections said he wvuld follow anJ'I I

_ program proposed by Randolph.
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cooking acid fruits such as rhubarb used. and nearby 'Monfalcone. i I I I AMERICAN Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
or tomatoes in them, or by I I Subscribe To The Citizen-25c
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Chapter 21 I yours; ? I've got an infinite supply *I beg your pardon." Carolyn .t..,.. '
*r\O YOU sip ose we'll see any of sweet nothings I want to set said bowing apologetically toward ..
*-' more ef Major Fortune?". forth for your careful! inspection.? him. "I won't kid you any further; 1'1 !. I.
Carolyn wondered aloud to Eddie "Until we've got this zoo campaign I really think that's a swell idea .-.. j
Gale :Its been more than a week into the black"she told him Let's see how Moore takes to it." r I
race he exited from the touncil decisively "you'll just be wasting t.'' i
hearing* 'those sweet nothings on the desert r t

"At; the.ratebe left City was Hall.-travelingwhenhe Eddie! first air.We've rand gdt'right to.put now"this our job chances'don't across THEY walked toward across the director's the zoo a .- . s.......................eB...t1..:: i !t a t't :- I

look) so good. office passing along a .stony path ,
maid he leaned lazily
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the Laktport Zoo. Td say he'a ,:He 'sat 'upright_ and sighed resignedly bordered by tall lines of closely- ._ :'. __, . _;.q J-1. ,
btoken all 1 the record for speed' :' planted evergreens. They were .M . .
"Now what1 got.into your in entirely alone on the path when : t tSr
and distance from here. His
wife crediblypretty"; head? fortune'sofi - : ; ; j
Eddie remarked unexpectedly: = .el.
left and;nobody tvwa the heard day after from he either did-of we'r: .i ijn't.he'),'the1 Looks to me like I "Say, isn't that a scarlet tan- : .......................... }.
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them' since."Aren't ager? He pointed at the top of -,. ; d
"Sometimes talk like
the police still looking you your one of the evergreens. Carolyn .. :t I
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brains were.a.w.b.1 I ::
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for him marked 'impatiently. "We've almost stopped, looking upward intently. .- .... .._ . I
.*Sur*- ttclally. r*'answered.. reached the end of the zoo I Eddie stepped quietly in frontof '
""But a couple of guys down at teasonr:: the place will practically her, put his arms around her i i.E.
lice j headquarters told me he's po not be closed! ,up in a few weeks except and lifted her about six Inches tq'. : ... ......... .... '. !

likely to be pinched if he stays out when the weather's warm off the ground. . ;-. .. i

of the state. With his training in And what are we going to do for "There! Can you. see better ; . _ .. : :: n
ducking the police, you can be publicity when that happens? You now?" he asked. .

sure "he won't-show up around cant keep"'. .campaign alive by "What on earth . ?" Carolyn 'N.. .. . : -4 !-! .. I
here! speeches on the city -,
making opened her mouth just far enough H
It simplifies, bur too'problemsto square.! tj have it closed with delightful .
have. him gone for food<< Caro- He considered: question for thoroughness, by his' lips. Whenhe .= .
: a moment,and then tasked:
said. '
lyn But we've got an put her down there were
enormous job ahead to put the, \to TWell the if the people won't come dozens of light, happy buzzings ; =
zoo in the winter, why not
zoo campaign across. in her brain and her fine white Ai
try taking the zoo to them -
Eddie raised himself on one;elbow "Whatareyou talking about cheeks had a warm new pinkness r. # WM

and regarded her ,with open i shede, anded."YDu mean you'd about them. t V7* . -
disfavors \ ' like to load up the lions and tigers "And now you chronic: :zoo- .
-Say! he protested."Don't yoi in 'piana. crates and haul them campaigner, we can return to .
ever think about anything but around town? behind a brass band? grim business" he said. -.' .
lions tigers and monkeys? Whdon't Fm sure that Would be wonderful Together they outlined the .
you.rut loose and consider for'them=almost as healthy as plan for the traveling zoo to M I
some of us' human being'for'a packing,them in dry ice." Harold Moore. He was instantly .
change? ** .
Leave-it to.the.:tender sex to enthusiastic. .
.*"Monkeys[ are pretty.rntich the Jam a lot of counterfeit words intoa
same" Carolyn retorted laugh' mans mouth!"he declared scorn- "That's just what rye been i
ingly.::"Only some'of them have fully.." bat.1 was trying to say- trying to think of" he said ap .
the grace to stay in their cages". before you hit me with that pack provingly. can take along some r
"I'll let that bullet riccochet:: age.of'misrepresentationwas of the small animals I've taughtto I ; .
But I'm not the cagey one in this that'we could take a few of the do a few tricks. Then, with .'.. t y i r.a.m
team .I've burnt incense at your Small animals around in a truck that for a curtain-raiser, I think
altar; spread myself before you, to show to the school kids at their the kids might be interested in a w
like Sir Walter Raleigh's cloak. playgrounds. We might even have short talk about the other mam- .
And what do you do? Walk right the rare foresight to heat the truck mals. Nothing heavy or long- iiI
> over me like Queen Elizabeth! : I if.necessary." faced but I think it can be made 1 1tli -
:"'You'should remember to takeoff Carolyn was Impressed but took educational nevertheless" 1 4 .
f your cloak before you throw !It'' care not*to betray that fact at "It ought to be a good opportunity .
at, my feet," Carolyn remindedhim. 9nce. for some pictures of the s 1 t .
., "Otherwise, you'll only get : "You don't have- to invite the children with the animals," Carolyn 1 .. ;. t ty -
mud in your eyes." : kids: to stand around sticking their pointed out. > .
-.Mud in YOUR eye!" returned fingers into' the cages until a ,' L:
Eddie, raising a mock toast with i groundhog nips off the tips of "Do you think" Eddie should AI
his right hand."I drink to your,zoo them" he explained in sarcastic risk it, though? Moore said, I rr
ma'am!" He regarded her silently detail."We happen to have a studying Gales face with a broad Ii '-
with a longing: that was intended pretty good zoological lecturer on grin. "He seems to "have been .
to'' be humorous but he did not the grounds." clawed badly already. I -
quite manage to distill the real i ""YOU"t'she asked dubiously. Eddie took out his handkerchief m .
. earnestness out of it. ""When will "Harold Moore my silly darling and wiped off the lipstick I' ,dv fw a r ri
you climb off that high horse of ," he said. To be continued .

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from ten months to two yearsto '.= t If you're interested a good, savings - ,
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EATS New Kind fl( >uy you a U.S.Savings Bond each month.They'll :.:
training for certification as "jour This office wouldn't be much help to you. To
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c 'double the value of most impor .. I I. test savings ideas ever-the Payroll Savings Plan account for the purchase ptice. U

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(Know .Amel'ica.) States.O. ., Wears Size 12 Again r your savings will be on the increase. the end ::
I Now all you have to do to Vote U But here's ,good news of four JwRart(
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PAGE EIGHT THE KEY WEST CITIZEN : MONDAY,APRIL 5, 1948

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House At U. S. Report No Damage ; : ; ---'Untll.5" :' i wl roiA he economy -

I Open Sunday I :..CongregationalVv r Church. l : .:.Si.. ." of the TJIitoA Mttb Aft ica

When 4.22 Inches '. i. was based airoort pwtiwiy" on agriculture
: hilt since then has be-

\ Submarine_ Base; To. Observe} Rain tell Sunday I DISPUTE' : j(( > :Organ Recital TonightILL come largely industrial


( c1UM\ ILL: 'BE PREJSE1STED ,
, I Submarines 48th AnniversaryjI ;]! There was virtually no damage { "BUY IT IN KEY WEST"

done by the heavy. rainfall yesterday -I BY WEBSTER Welsh Tune. I" SPECIAL
7 To A Wild Rose--McDowelL
\ MAY ENTER*reI according to Robert ITALY o Tolmino I Service Sale
I Dopp. director of the City Public e'y R JONES,, NEW YORK; Greetings From the Churchesof I,.

I BASE AND GO ABOARD Service Department I UDINE-+Grid.le' the City-Rev. G. Leon Wells. Venetian Blinds
I I I uueuANA ORGANIST j I.
The Weather
II I The city had prepared for such Evening Star-Wagner. I .Finished Better Than Newt

GILMORE AND UNDERWATER I rams as yesterday's by clearing II + '- r Webster_Jones, New York City j j Traumcrei-Schumann. i Completely Renovated
'all the drains in the municipality. -I GOR1IlA' YU OSlAV1A PAINTED
will recital,
give Evening Offering.
beginI
an'.organ
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CRAFT FORECAST As a result the 4.22 inchesof I I
rain that fell throughout the )rung at 7:30: icJock'tonight in the i
Continuing the custom which Key West and. Vicinity: Partly day ran off in a comparativelyshort eRmsrts First Congregational Church.[ In the Garden. RE CORDED

was established in 1947 the US. cloudy with scattered showers time. Dopp said. I IONS 1911 !ORDER !Willtam street,. )between Fleming Come Thou Almighty King. TAPED
S. will celebrate the today, tonight and Tuesday. In the U. S. Submarine Base The Old Rugged Cross;
Navy again t and'SoutharrJ,. streets, the Rev. | ; Removed and Installed
Submarine Birthday this year.I Fresh easterly winds. Little about two acres of grounds near TRIESTE m'f* : -=_% K 'Thus the 48th anniversary of the I change in temperature. the Bachelor Officers' Quarterswere FREE TERRITORY < ( MORGAN LINE ) j t -? noun -today.. I Largo-Handel i KEY WEST
Prayer and Benediction.
Florida: Few showers along flooded but eventually ran .
acceptance: of the Navy's first lower east coast today otherwise off with no loss. OF TRIESTE Capodistrw \ ''fj't- ."' j-t Jones' comes to First'Congregational Postlude Chorale in A Minor VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY
: ; -.- f. through the courtesy;: of a
submarine, the U.SJ5. Holland partly cloudy through Tuesday. A transformer was damaged rYtir.Av1- t\*S* :'' '"*v Miami::'piano company which is' -Cesar Franck. : 123 DUVAL STREET (3):

will be observed on April 11th Rising temperature. f during the storm that called the 151RIAN (ONE 3us.k t' agent Joe the.. Hammond Qrgan: lovers Church organists and music_
are invited
cspcciaiy
by Navy units in the Key Went Jacksonville through Florida Naval Base fire department to PENINSULA on which he' plays lonight The i i ---- -
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Straits: Small craft warnings Fort Taylor at about 2.30 FLUME
area. pm. ; organ has just, been installed in .i .a..5
displayed from Miami southward '
yesterday.
The local celebration will be the churcn.. I
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through the Keys. Fresh easterly' Lightning struck the City Elec- Kllx :f.ROrgnp G. 1
the ttev
During the evening
f high-lighted the U. S. Naval"Open-House"Submarine Base at; winds today except occasionally tric Company's lines in several Leon.Wells, pastor of First Methodist -!: OPEN HOUSE :
I strong' in area of display. Mod- places. Transformers burned out ; ;- Church wdl extend Thegreetinof I f fi
on the submarine tender U.S.S. erate to fresh east to southeast house- .
and as a result many city the churches of the I
l' Howard W. Gilmore and on cer- winds tonight and Tuesday. Scattered holders were without lights dur-! Adoo'oc s.o :,to.first': Congregational for i! .
tain designated submarines. Ex- showers in Florida Straits city -FOR- i
most of the afternoon. I '
ing of the fleW organ.
., hibits of equipment peculiar to jnstaliaVoq :
today, otherwise partly cloudy'j At Poinciana,many of the clcc- cornpleJUt Program follows:
submarines will be on display at TJu I
( the Submarine Base and on var- weather. ; trio lights were out of commission I kz LA CHttSO ftAI r'SIaTUTF Prt Ode>Webster: Jones.
East Gulf: Fresh east to south-I nearly all night as a result of i tilES ''a
ious ships for examination by II III Prrfude"and! Fugue\ in C MajorJ COLIN' ENGLISH
east winds today, becoming mod-
lightning striking a cable trans- . '
Visitors. I -. : S. -Bach. -
erate to fresh southeasterly to- (AP Photo Service _Map*
\ It is the desire of the submarine mitting the electricity. *. I OSaerediIgad: Now Wounded f
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\ I personnel! to show to the night and Tuesday. Scattered In City Hall the rain brought I BLACK AREA indicates the U. British zone'and'shaded' ec- .' -J.JSL:Bach* .
I /\ populace of Key West the pro- showers over extreme north portion -I down some of the plaster in the tion the Yugoslav area in the Free Territory of Trieste: Crtat' Deep River, (Negro Spiritual) :
f otherwise partly cloudy. office of City Clerk .Victor YOUR NEXTGOVERNOR :
readiness of the Force, Jones.
cress'and A Britain. France and the United States have proposed the return : Arranged'' by-Webster: .
I not just as one individual unit Report I Lowe. I of Trieste. to Italy. Invtxr rtioj> nd: 'lord's Prayer.
but as' a component of the Air- I .,. 1 J. ir '!fntv''Faith wf Our Fathers"
West, Fla.. 5, 1948 ----------- : '
y Surface-Undcrsea Navy team Key .April J Woman's Club I ; -No. 220. :
which takes its place in the na- Observation taken at City Office. Mrs. derrick Mountain. Sketch-J >eph Clo-
t _tion's Department of National VeI i 8:30 A.M. EST) To Name Officers Spelling Bee : .
I' Jsey.Londonderry
t I fence.It is desired to call to the attention I Temperature i To Entertain; :: Here Tomorrow , .-Ar-TraditionafSTRANP in the .
Highest yesterday _ __ f.O The business
monthly meetingof -
the?contribution: of the American of the submarineas public Lowest last night _________ 66! the Junior Woman's Club will I Womtufs Club The Harris School P.TJO1;at'', THEATRE : Lobby of La Concha Hotel :

! Mean n on m_- .. ____ 7J be held tomorrow at 8 p. m. in i its : .
an Integral and important part ._ __ At the Woman's meeting tomorrow night. in ", : -.Au-Cendinoned .
of the Navy Team. Normal h 'h* m mm. - 75 the Woman's clubhouse. Duval Club meeting the auditorium will listen to<< the : .
tst Plans for the local celebration PrecipitationTotal street. tomorrow Mary Herrick will be final elimination tests in a spell.'j'I . nnAPRIL .

" are being formulated jointly under last 24 hours __'m 4.22 ins. Annual report will be given by presented in a program of bongs: ing bee Now'Showing
____ ___ the officers and (committee chairmen "ESCAPE: MENEVER. 17TH (Wednesday) :
the direction of The Com- Total this month h' 4.22 ins. accompanied by Beatrice Moicno Contestants of the fourth; j I t .' :
mander Submarine Squadron Excess this month _n____ 3.95 ins. and election of officers will Mrs. Herrick will sing: "Where fifth and sixth :grades: will vie for i,i Ertel FlTnn: Ida Lupino

FONR and the Commanding Officer Total this year on_ __ 7.30 ins. beheld. E'er You Walk" Handel, "Lilacs"' the championship of the Harri ; 7:00: to 3:30: P.M.% :
U. S. Naval Submarine Excess 'his Year 2.30 ins. Rachmaninov; "Moon Marketing School tartind; Tuesday :
Base. I Relative Humidity I. WEINTRAUB ," Weaver; "Sylvelin." Sind- I ., ,' INgS.vROW"
.t 1:30 A.M. (Continued From Page One) ang. Dance Program Ann Sherkl lgbt. Cummings Lierjone Is Cordially Intlled' to dome Doirn

Candidates Must' 79'tBarometer' ( Monroe county is growing and Mrs. Herrick is a native Key and Meet .olin English
has a fine future, therefore I Wester who has received all her roifs ONEtQE'THEATRE .
PupilsA M .
(Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. think that a thorough survey of musical training in this city. Jej By , .
File Statements 30.15 ins.-10210 mbs.Tomorrow' our future schools be made as teacher is Emmahne Bodler. who ': dance of Shelving Today
program by pupils 1.m&Monies : Invitation All
Almanac soon as possible in order that we is a ;graduate of the Rochester Baron's Studios will be held Fr *! enL'A.MULAr I II 1 Special to :

Candidates for various officesin Sunrise .. . . 6:14 a.in. can begin to make plans for the Conservatory of Music. day April 16, at 8 p.: m.. in the I ; DE, CORDOBA"panish I 1I '
Monroe County were ad- Sunset 6:45: p.m. schools that will surely be need- I The program; will (follow the ,,: DIvision street school auditonj $ PictureStarting : t.- r. A. Groups and Teachers

vised today by Circuit Court Moonrise hh . h 4:48: a.m. ed in the not too distant future. : election of club officers.JrYsllees . um, for the benefit of the Divis* .; II
Clerk Ross C. Sawyer that their Moonset 4:27: p.m. "Our children deserve the best I I" I '. " ,a.i' ion Street School 'Welfare*F6a& TuesdayTUMBLEWEED KEHlEMIMEiVrS SERVED :
first statement of expenses of the i that money can buy in educational To Meet i : TRAIL" :
current campaign would be due TIDES I facilities. We need a broad and t\ The population of the -Unionof Eddie Dean." and, Horse 'Flash' I. (.liti-.il; .\ at his office not later than Fri Tomorrow diversified school program to The Jay ;hees will held l theft I South Africa is now more than ,a _ !s _ II _ _ . . _ . II .
meet the needs desires, and interest regular business II t 000.000 but when the British -:--- -- .- - --- -
meeting tonight
(Naval Base) I I -. :
day.Sawyer received word from (Eastern Standard Time) of all children."A at 8 o'clock at the Poinciana Community came thccr 150: years ago it was
t Secretary of State Gray that can High Low broader athletic program I Center only 50,000 t-. 1-
didateawithout opposition would will go a lon,", way in keepingthe '-- 1I
8:31: a.m. 2:05: a.m.
ments.not have to file the first state- 8:30: p.rn. 2:05: pm. do interests away with of boys juvenile and helpingto delin-: I

quency This program will build THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI at POPULAR PRICES '
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
COLIN ENGLISH: Reference Station: Key'WestTime better"Sinte community raduatins solidant from: the Located in the heart 01 the City _

(Continued r,om Page: One) of| Height of Key Wex'lligh School I have RATES WRITE WIRE fft:
or
people can be captured most StationTide high{ water ROOMS __
been active in community affairs REASONABLE for RESERVATIONS
I readily for coustructive purposes. Bahia Honda I I ,{
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and connected with those
"All of us know the romplexpOblemJ with BATH and TELEPHONE _
(bridgeOh IOn 0.0 ft: clubs that stood for the betterment -
facing our educational No Name Key of one's community. A
,r system, not only in Florida but (cast end) ---t 2h 20m I large; part of my spare time now Ford Per1iiiig Millerhotel \ 4qy
throughout the nation. The next Boca Chica is spent in Boy Scout work .
four years will be crucial ones. (Sandy Point-Oh) 40m "At present I am operating a fluid Hotel i'
"To afford Florida's youth an Caldes Channel j I I I I j grocery business that mv fatherthe 50 H.E. 3rd SL 226 H.E. 1st AYe. 223 NE. let Ail. .
equal opportunity with the chil- (north endf 2h 10m +1.4 ft late Benjamin Wcmtraub. 80 Rooms 100 RnOIl1S ; 1'C _
dren of other states and other oOo founded at the turn of the cen- Elevator: Elevator: 80 Rooms
nations we must continue our ef- Solarium Elevator
NOTE: tury. As a business man I be- Heated
educational forts to expand facilities and improve our (--Minus) sign: Correctionsto lieve that good schoo'j arc one 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
be subtracted.Plus of the best indices of Rood business
Thc basic foundation for such
(+)- sign: Corrections to Where good schools arc .. '
a program is now the law. Onlya be added: found one will find a good all :
Governor whose heart is in
(h) Hour. round community
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education provide the I leadership -
can (m-Minute. "I earnestly solicit your vote on iI

and expansion to insure of the a permanence school pro- (1t.Feet.Read( ) May county 4 and may the rest voters assured, of Monroe that I I ARMY DAY April 6th e1f fti

gram that will fully equip with our the Classified Ads in The]I will serve the best interests of PAN-AMERICAN DAY 14thB
children to meet, the future citizen. their children in the schools." April 1 1I
matter
: confidence and :kill no

(I what it may hold in 5tore." Believes That Every Child Should Have An


(.PIERCE Continued I.:I :.::1 COMPLETES From: Page I One) COLIN I Equal Opportunity For A Good Education!

vessel, representing aupniximalely ENGLISHI I ,I.: Hit welfare and education fully qualified now to fulfill the
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283:>>.I BO tons, he placed in IC of t Florida/*( children has been the the duties of Chief Executive of our
commission and supervised the life work of Colin
English. He has state. He has gained a thorough
operation of three marine rail-, Your .1 bon ttachtr, principal county knowledge of governmental affairs
dot k
wavi and one floating dry superintendent and school r
n through eleven years of continuous
The citation said: supervisor. And, during his three c
"His technical knowledge, diligence (fill Deliicr : ) iI ; experience as a member of the state
term .s State Superintendent of
and devotion to duty are cabinet and other important board
outstanding; and he is largely I *"" Public Instruction, he has raised the and commissions during the

responsible for the manner in AN IMPORTANT quality. of f Florida's public school ,, administrations of three governors.
which hull repairs and drydock- I I prg Last from substandard levels
mg of vessels has been expedited. II to well above the national average t As Governor, he will not
I II t 1 ' have to spend valuable months
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during the war'. emergency"Pierce MESSAGE e Florido'ipres nt dvcationoIsYstem
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has received many let I BOW serves as a pattern for twenty- feeling his. way around . getting
ters of commendation during his I PROUD W .rVnttR COLORS! seven othfr states. . acquainted with the "lob" of
long career. Some were from lo the I'eople of Monroe C.onnly: 1 1J Governor. He knows now and

persons urcuping high positionsin J It i it on established fact from!the moment of his mavgwrohon,
the government and the Naval onAPRIL that the prosperity of any country, he will be a fuH-Hedged; Governor I

service, including one from the Come lo Flag Hta vcrfen statf! or community depends directly Read the
33-point platform
President Franklin D. Roosevelt : -
late 7THWEDNESDAY upon thf education of its children. of Colin English" .the first and
at the time lie was serving i Education Is one
good business. .
as Assistant Secretary of the Navy Willis it's the best business of the most important points ii.
during World War I. ( ) Novelty investment a state can make! construed progress in education and on equal

At a recent meeting of the t'''nlor To protect our present gains, and assure opportunity for a good education for every child
Civilian Supervisors of the at Advertisingif i, continued progress in our educational program we no matter where he lives in Florida'

Key West Submarine Base the if if musj elect Governor who will give us forceful
gathering heard Capt. W A. !and vigorous' "" leadership.' Governor whose heart Colin English" has already accomplished
tilundommandinJ; officer of 6:15: P.M. .t i* eovcofionf great things for Florida and Governor, he wiN
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the Sub Base, congratulate Pierce U. S. AMERICAN FLAGS continue to do all of those things which wiN best serve
37 of service which he And, aside from his
for years OverSTATION outstanding the interestsofoll Florida. Compare the experience,
had devoted to the Navy and to accomplishments, ,: in the field of education as record of accomplishments and other qualifications
wish him long life, health and .N/, T/tll !sentalion Superintendent of f Public Instruction Colin English i Is of those seeking this high office, and, vault agree.

retirement.happiness Several of in the his supervisory well deserved including WKWFlie I Christian and Confederate FLAGS It I* to the best interests of every man, woman and child of this state, that you vote for and


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portation superintendent; Albert lesseeIs
Johnson electrical engineer; and

(Harry Baker, fire chief, expressed I 401 N.W. 2nd Avc. Miami\ Fla.
thier pleasure and appreciation in Monroe Countydirrl ,
of having served with im't

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