The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
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 8, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00501
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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1-UL. L.\l!X. No. 85; KEY WEST FLORIDA. THURSDAY Y, APRIL 8, 1948 \ f2 PRICE_. _FIVE_ CENTS t t


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4 'ii 111 fSOFT-COAL: ; MINERS: ON k ;'

Short STRIKE.: TOTAL ,100- ) ;
Respite 1 j -f v '- .- _
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s'mo, Tar T Ends In Berlin:; !! 162,000 IDLE: iv'i..,1. 1p I

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Russia Objects WASHINGTON. April 8.- John

I. Lewi. president 01 the United

! CRT A MMM lalrri lr..... Mine Workei* of Aine 'lea, will I

I . BORI.INpn'[; 8.Ru pia and be
... arraigned in federal court at
the West: Allies after a short
respite.\ are at loggerhead' m. 10 o'clotk next Aiiday mom ning

'. .... -- Great Britain proposed that thr to show cattle why he should not

"' .. ...... .. four Prance, the Unite!( be adjudged In for failing i
.,, ..;... ', .. i powers, : rvnltncpt (APir... n. : I
States Great Britain and Russia, to obey a court order: icsued '
hold a joint investigation to de- last Saturday, to discontinue tile WISCONSIN VOTERS TUESDAY went to the polls in the Republican primary of their slate tj tjI

(AP Wirephoto via Radio from Berlin) termine who was at fault fur the Strike of soft-coal miners.In I and selected 27 delegates to the Republican National Convention. Harold Stases received 13 .

THE WRECKAGE OF A BRITISH EUROPEAN AIRWAYS TRANSPORT PLANE is strewn over I: collision between a British transport 1946 Lewis and the miners delegates. Douglas MacArthur 8. and Governor Thomas Dewey. 0. In the above photo from left '

\ countryside (background) after collision with Russian fighter plane over Berlin. Fourteen I I, plane, with 14 on board, and were fined $3 1-2 million for contempt to right are Harold E.' Stassen former governor cl Minnesota; Governor Thomas E.' Dewey of New
a Russian fighter plane, occupied on a similar charge but York and General Douglas MacArthur. I
persons aboard the airliner perished. The pilot of the Russian fighter also was killed. Near the
wreckage are Russian soldiers and an ambulane.: The British plane burst into', flames after I i I; by a pilot. the United States supreme court - --- .- -- I
| Russian representatives would reduced the fine to $710,000.:
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the collision I I i not agree tu that plc.L.s.-a1.. 'nl"-' Four hundred 1 thousand miners.
'I ___ .- _ __ __ ._ .___ _ ..___: _____ _____ __ ___ I I maintained: that the matter W"fwh..ny all now on '>strike but 162,000 Cuban Club Is i iI Wisconsin Results Now

I between Russia and Grcajti infrn. : HI i eld led industries:: are

Submarine Beat Navy Man\ t}:i Britain and that the investigating also: idle. I Robbed{ Of $150 I Il
Anniversary !, It iiJ'2i: ,
should be conduced bv represent days today since the Stassen 19 MaeArthur\ 8
l talives from throe powers.WalerOnCoIf. oftcoalminers: began to- leave ; ;
And Steal Car i l !
; their pits. SJIH then more then By y'Ncrvy'rrhjef:
Celebration On 25.000'harcl: {) () coal miners have en- ,

Sunday; 1 Auto Recovered( tried into a sympathetic Ntrike. !i A thief who ('cnlt-sr l the cut.! ..:, I i Governor Dewey None
As an: ilio:>:tralion of how the ,
i Club, Duval street, late last night
''i strike has affected relatedin- .

Base Open To Visitors': ShciifFs deputies and City Po- Course Pumped dustries, it was said that production eccaped with $tf: ) which he sto'e' y l\Ial'\Hl11l11C C A 11 l L I.: > :

lice today are looking for the per- of -olccl mills has fallen from a spot in beck of the bar. ,
:; son who assaulted and robbed a A large pond of water that off 600,000 ions.Property. to made today I 1
j according a report Colin .FROM TOKYO Hi I
lARTICiJI.\RS: .. ABOUT>R Navy lieutenant of his automobile formed on Key West golf course English I'j j
I I I !! and a wallet last night. the rain Sundaywas }I by Chief Deputy Sheriff .

LOClVriONS OF SUBSAT :i Army Engineers I 1 Lt. Frank J. Pitelli of 5 Ocean following pumped out heavy yesterday by a Sale. II ed.Moreno Wallace: ; who investigated. I Greeted By Voters SAYS NOTHING 1 1K.

View Cottages, reported to po- city fire truck aided by two thief entered: the clubrooms : T1CUIK:
BASE AND KOUTETO ( lice that hi- car had been stolen pumps loaned by the U. S. Naval 1 Mr. and Mrs. S. Caraballo:I the
| by using a pass:: key on SlJr
Movie\ I Here I
Finishing 1 I! by a man who beat him u_ p first Base. It took several hours to tl ansferJ eel a property at Newtonand i| old-fashioned: lock. Apparently During in* The "M rl.'f'4 frr...

BE FOLLOWEDTlic ;. and then took his wallet. He did i pump the water into the bay. Pearl streets to Jesus Cara- j the man knew just where to go MILWAUKKE. April 8. \\

About WestOffice not say how much money was I The city was fearful of mosj ballu for $>,500. acording to a left
U. S. Naval Submarine Key ; : i I for the money, for he run Colin Kn; ;;lish. sssuixrintcn-! i the count of vales aimc-t t < "

missing. ,j quito being bred in the pond. warranty deed filed yesterday in fingerprints: and apparently disturbed I[ dent of public in, /uctlon. a can- it appears that SAutfn h.. .
Base today announced preliminary ; .I i It happened about 1:30: a. m. Besides the water made it bad the office of Circuit Court Clerk nothing else Wallace said. :
information of plans for the f, of Division Engineer of :I At 4:25 a. m. C. Floney Pellcier, I for the golfers.) Ross C. Sawyer. I I After helping himself to parts t! didalc tot fcovcrnorfon the Democratic one of his 38 dtitpfci'to (.

W a cab driver, reported he had __ _- .- ---' -- -- ticket spcnyesterday in tral M cArt* ur. 1'Itc t.,
celebration f. the, submarine' the Army Corps Engineers, :, put: .two cartons of cigarcts, the ;
bu (Ia t ari (sary, Sun- Atlanta Ga., have completed a noted the samecar at ;3th) street hi t I thief departed from the club. No !i Key West: meeting voters and stands: S4iuei, 19, MwrA-ir.: ..

J.:: ........... ..next,", . [dgTte ef;,S e:,V f P--V. ey .West. and--Dcq Roosevelt.'Shertff5.SSWnrBat boulevard.: *tti-.rnd. l}Appointment ._.Several ':.. J one is..known to have socrv the." :j/fwkirux a public. appcara k lad eight, Dewey inn. .. .
The Submarine will be "Miami: -- -v- > 'j man."Cnter: ordepart.. ' Concharllotet1 2 .' :
lie-: from ..,Patrolman Eugene Hernandez: ni hr..t'IA MacrtHMMF. . RMW fttfto* T-k
open' to visitors from 9:00 am. Col. B. R Winner executive Dr.' Delio Cobs president of ': Then
crowd oft
.1 brought the car .to police head was a large but his
nmcasage was a
until 5:00: p. ni. During this time officer of the Corps of Engineers, quarters. Persons 1 I i the Cuban Club. said that it t; voters assembled: in the hotel a"1
Approved TodayBy unusual to leave that much 1 alion about the d' tnMcralf i
the visitors may inspect the base informs Harold R. Laugschre, i lobby. Many of (them s-emed
following an inspection route manager of the Key West Chamber 'I ? money in the clubrooms at night.! impressed with the appearance of Jo:: nemeni. If be ..c.i .

which will he described in a circular l of Commerce that the two Owen Kane ; i 1uf English: and t with his words inj uointcd over his feilui. *

distributed at the main men made several stops down i I Civil Service Board+159( Girlsi j ;i short pcct-l bo cJelivcted: llnrp.Knglish "favoriie uon." he rand ..'.1'
; gate entrance to the l base the keys."Many. I Dealli Told j i College ; was brought t" Key about it: neither cfctflw. .',.,,- ,
:I i whether or not he will
The Torpedo' Shop, Optical pictures were taken of I Wrsl
t by County Tax CoJJctori
Sh Kane. better known
Shop will he open to visitors. Marathon the Oversea: Highway: \ i i Owen as the canditlate candidate for Uw rtrrtt".h>l<
Exhibits: will be arranged on the and particularly i in Key West I "Old Timer," a frequent visit ,\ OF .ELj : TRUMAN'S (:IioE'I' ..:": 1 here.French. accompany presidential nattia liuti.
to the Island City for the past I From. Wliilworlh .
water front street to show items' with its unusually interestingscenes. 4 Ester I () 'HEAD'': I THE"' I KIM1AP : l lA - -- Tokyo nrwjpvpers fx.: ,
iilsw' conduct salvage I Laubscher said. i day. March m, at 12:43: I p. in.: inIJaltinu.re : Attachei ",""If". Oif i .
|filanntd t<> total of ;:-I.9! ri I.I"I.I."t l .f l ((
exhibition,I from the Sub- Laubsc'her will >end the colored : Maryland. :stated that rvidfnUy Mas >
divine ; ::; Slil'KRINTIvNDKiVrj : : Whitwoith r tCr.|| ;: .KMH.MMvrn.
mal inc B.ISC Diving Barge in the! ':, ) literature (tincernin; the I Word of Mr. Kane;' lath \\--,.-,. j Miss.: and three: ealei i t)ss wlioa i >:' not the onUtanrtins; '';: .."

ha.>iu near the Marine: Uailwayfcittuiing i:,, commercial and historical data i received by Mr. and Mrs. C. Sam j Municipal; Civil Service ISoard A : !rival.I yesterday in two rlwrlered | Leaves (Key WcslI his state m he ... in J..p.
the use\ of shallow- of Key West for preparation in i Curry. 1126 Olivia street. I approved of the probationary or buies to make a siRhieeinR II another implied that th <

i watei and dtx-pvwa diving c-"luil"i| i the movie narrative. keys Kane and owned also property held( extensive on the I I permanent appointments of &evrial trip hero, left today for Miami. i I C tpt. Pn-irc I"
!r mcnt fri'm. :D.OO a. in. until 5:00: :i I i ersoiis today in the City > Sinclair Dal lel::;. president> of ;i 1'l'Cnchlaval atUchc nl Wellington Japan.IkW'Y'j.
I apartment holding in Baltimore.
The C'omtn.indinn fffirernf I I Government.The of su1>purVris m Wi,
I j. p. in the college who had charge '
I D. C"i i
oltheir today clejiarted
The Kancs were disposing:: :
; the Ii.. w.irrl) W. Cfilnu-rr inv le;;;I font 'crntcr( sI hoard acted a* folly. : tlir croup.wtid that hi. young .. :sin are frankly iI at..*" :,
I Maryland interests to routeIn Cln.n J K :> West upon thc c >mpl ii
vi:'iI"I to attend the IiinrtantScrvicrs ; Approved of the probationaryappointments rlwpes "liked Key West tremendously Some of them said) the. I :
the Keys and make their residence i tion of a lwttlriy visit at iiiU.S..
br'tn'in .
on his ship at !9'tt') a. m. i 7:30 A.ME.S.T.. I of the following: .I and enjoyed the drive he will make it
I I hen ; i i Naval 1 Submai i ine BaMIrf ncf"h>tVI.'tro Nebraska,
The sc-rvicr-s: will }1JC' hold 1 on the I KllisBiadley as superintendent '>v"-i; the Overseas Highway very where hrpaigmng <
: Kane is survived by his wife i various - of the fw theto >I"
dock by Chaplain Frrnrh.Two . I I sewer plant. pinch 1 today
super .! Station- Stella. They have no children. I j Naval Base and generally acquainted '
bubinaiincs fjrrth:l at the Joseph Vica uii: senior ewer; Daniel also bit"I11<\\ Whit- be held next Tursdn:
I I Atlanta' hmfceif: with the eaten
!' north side of Pier 3 will be open 67 I plant operator. Y. Kra w...th (College frays all the ex- opinion is general thaI'lIkeS t
to visitors from 9:00: a. m. until I Billings 19 Mesa Resigns AsCounty's Ira Thompson as:: junior sewer i I tenseof the tour, from the live: naval installations in Key in Nebraska aR.. .,
Birmingham 70 plant operator. hist Wevt during his visit. prove to be his virtual .-'i'1
11:30: a. m. and from 1:00: pm. I 5 pw ;tarof the tour Saturday
i until 5:00: p. m. They are the i Ilisnuiik Iallo : Hugh Hinde as junior Ser l,. the ending of it aver the comiiiK Th.- attachbervice: with UtcKrcnch : Lion a candidate for ti.'

U. S. S. Corporal (SS-346) and i ton 11I JailorI plant operator. AeekendTb'"1 I Navy, includes many years publican presidential n 'J.i

(Continued On Page Four) I Buffalo :... ---. _.or__ 58 Arthur Baeca as a laborer on trip wi-.s ai ranged lo Key of duty in submarines. from the tion.

------- -- --- -- Charleston -' 69I I Mesa, who !lib been the parks division of the Public West through the Chdmbei of largest& tu the smallest. This fartn .

\ I Chicago -_ -- 19I County Jailor for some time, has Welfare Department. (Vtiismerc- The girls went -, doubt. contributed' greatly to Melntosh Safe\
-FOR- Corpus Christi --- 71 \ resigned because of poor health. Approved of the permanent ap- swnnmmp today and. they madea I his interest in Un-al activrttes.Capi. : ;l !

. I Denver _. Or 2i: it was reported today by Sheriff I poinment of the following: trip around thr fit v>('-;terd
Detroit .__.. 55 I Berlin A. Saw er. !;' Virginia P. Porter in the Tax and last: night They :itdycd overnight concluded a series of !, Consultant (Jl t i '
: SHERIFFMy El Paso .. .- .. 4jn. Sawyer said he had appointed j I Collector's Office under the Department at the El: Ranlho.'Velighletf inspections of Uaited States naval -; ,

:1': Worth _-___.___ 65 Malcolm Roberts, Sr., a-i County of Finance. I installations on the Atlantic i A. Mcbitooh.: ,.!lfi
Galveston _. ___. ._ - 71i I Jailor. Miguel Leon as a laborer in "Vlr,pb..t"J '' 'With Seaboard. which commenced at tent of the Indru.t.. ...,
VOTE Jacksonville _. _ 66 the Public Safety Department. I the U. S. Naval- Station in Nor ; sion of Florida. *j., >ill : <
; i, .Kansas City 43i Louis Machin as a laborer in WHITE HOUSE SOURCES say Visit folk. the . ; .
West today studying pr I.
Heater Catches; the Public Service Department. Automobile Manufacturer PaulC. Key
I Goes to i KEY WEST _ 76Kcy I Va.PC's industrial -cidcnt.s. tu <
Approved of the resignation of ),
West Airport .. 75Los Hoffman (above presidentof During the fcjiti..n !
I Angeles -__ __ ... n _. H I Fire Last Timothy Johnson: as a laborer, in the Studebaker Corporation. The lion. George/ Neutze. former I Depart ; City Manager R
: upon
Louisville -___ n' ._.. 61I J Night I the Department of Public Ser- is President Truman's choice to I state assemblyman of New Spaldiiig who ex. .

FRED O.EBERHARDT. I Miami .-_ __ ra8 I vice 'i direct the multi billion dollar Jersey, and Miss Catherine Jones, ,' Two PC vessels the 596 which was virtually: no induoBankers
An overhea' Kerosene hot Approved: of the discharge of both of whom have traveled ex-
i Mml1l'apoli3 3.1 Recover Program. I'arrived he"fi"ii New Orleans
water heater It 220-K Poincianaplace Gus Baker as: a laborer in the Dei European I ten ,v(>ly. are guests of Mr>. Hannah '
Memphis' 66I Hoffman lives in South! Bend and the 1078 thjt came hc>'e from
j caused an alram of fire Ui i pal tlllent of Public Service. I Baer.They .
I New Orleans 67I :) ,, Pensacolakit Key Wes Submaims -
i be sounded at 8:20: o'clock last t ti I The board also voted to clunI Ind. hav 1 bn in Key Wt !
Because: I live in a County I New York, -_ _. 43 i night. City firemen responded I mate the notary public requirc- -- - -- I several' da\-> and I "n.M Norfnlk 51 I Mann They are on ,tramngL
that can use a FEARLESS. HONEST I -0--- and put out thr blaze which did j ment in the board's resignation one of its mrinbci.- the Civil j the one deiiKhttul aril ..f f all ;
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SHERIFF. I hare watched 1 Oklahoma CltY 53; form Sci 'Cnnrl'n'nc" lo M held at ,k 1I uU'i '
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damage: to buildins. \ I place.! thc: have \ : -
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him at his work as Vehicle Intpcctor. : Omaha i Ako the board voted to bend Jacksonville April 21-23. / -- Casualty Co
I have never known I Pensacola 70 1FEIWCHAPTER I
either fearor Roanoke _.-_...._ on .__ 58 : PALACE THEATER
him to be swayed by ;
favor. I have never known!. St. Louis 5. I MfWTfiVr; ; FfflfMV i V!I UPSON BOARDI I I :NEEDS ONEIORI,: M "

him to put a man to the expense San Francisco 47 Fern Chapter No. 21. O.E.S., : HEAR 1 -IMONEKUS: : OF TilE 1 i FOR THIS 'rl:RRt-I t H; t

. and indignity of a court trial if I San Antonio 69 I will hold a regular: meeting Friday WEST' ; If you can sell! HO5PITA! '

he couli secure the observance cf i Tallahassee: 69Tanpa 63 I night at 8 o'clock at the [I STKliNK' 1.1! MIIEK YAIID) News and Shorts I TION. HEALTH and ACCK, ";

the law by persuasion.IN Scottish Rite Hall corner Simon I 1 TELEPHONE 816 and LIFE INSURANCE. We
50I Fred O. Eberhardt r I
AN EMERGENCY. FRED I Washington I i ton and Eaton streets. I the best to offer the public 1 1I

WILL BE ON THE JOB. I -- "..41' ("a..alt..a.. --- I era! commission plus Do'1. ,
He does not write the laws: he i I .....__t ';arae .. (T. .. II PHONE 124 MOMMl For Sheriff (her I SANDY'S I the man that qualifies.
will regard his oath to see that I low Weekly Summer RatesNow GARAGENext
they are respected. That protection : WKWFT031URROW:15 : in effi'-'-t to Lit Concha Hotel J. .
both you and I ne?d. I 1120 n..ea Street Ph.BC leg 404 Duval Street Phone SOIEXPERT I 10 o'Clock Saturday M, rat II
Auto ALL AIRLINES to (::3ll I'.Jl. f Ict>onnol La Concha :
STEPHEN C. SINGLETON. ; Repair, Painting I i I the : Hole
Marathon. Florida. I Body and Fender Work I TOURS I NT AlOT sptpaiionui GUARANTEED
. PRICE -FRIDAY. APRIL 9th I MECHANICAL: WORK i White Cross' I/,, "r
411 Fleming .
vlltt i lt.r. Parked
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VOTE for JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD-For Sheriff-To Be Able To Vote You Must ;Registered-Before April -17thI"

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:" tbe 'Ery Drat ffiftixett! -- MOST INEFFECTIVE; LEGALS --LEGALSnsf : '-I r LECAIJI-I:: '
? VV i FOREIGN( ( AM BY Ife S _ -
Published DaUy Except BUll lay. by i ]
t_ P. ARTMA Owr .34 Pm.lUfcer : News from up along .Florida's east ._ WAn *Aflos> WAIji../ -4.0 TO j Jtte so.1347Wfrpstsshll } ORDINANCE NO. 193. V A: 1 1r *,._ ttuajordmance and of I ORDINANCE NO. lLCOMMIB5IOH 1
SUR.A U. ARTVA", ...__ Maaag.r < SERIES making an reaso bIt! rules and.regulation __,
From Tb. Cltl .n Building roast is that several candidates are.taking r jCOMMISSION ,the t
to carry proyrdons' ORDINANCE
Corner Qr..n. _.d AMI Streets AN ORDINANCE CREATING
Only Ialll' Newspaper. In Key West end their''- thereof jnto elf d.'aztd.I
cracks at NO 191
Meitree OMyr some pretty hefty oppo AND ESTABLISHING OFFICE shall have the power to order J i COMWII.
iSbN .
second class matter nents. OF ANCHORAGE MASTER OF arrests!' for the violation of the 1'
"" at Key W..t. Florida as V NANCES OF THE CITY Oiv

Even has dubbed THE CITY OF KEY WEST provisions thereof. 'Ir WEST. FLORIDA. BY AM1Y .
MEMBER OP .THB ASSOCIATED PRESS though politics been a Section 3.The Anchorage I
entitled to DUTIES f I- "
Tb. soelate4 Press Is exclusively FLORIDA.ASSIGNING INC SECTION "I'HD1rOf'
are for reproduction of all news dispatches credited dirty game, yet it has been .demonstr Master of said City shaJLhave' the
lo It or not otherwise credited In this paper and ted'i OF ANCHORAGE MASTER TO authority to revoke any permit i I AS TO PERMIT THE
time and that knocking I
slaG l the local news published bere. L1 the DERIVED FROM THE
OFFICE OF: CITY MANAGER given or granted under provisions
$rll'CRIPTlO!( RITEStiui against the knocker and not the man who S of this ordinance on account I TAX ON THE SALE Of
Him Months _.... LOS is knocked. That is particularly so !if the rDA PROVIDING CERTAIN of the violation of the SAID D4POM0"UNDER '
Tbr. Months S.T& ; provisions hereof. OMHNANCX MT
t'n.' U.M* .- .=-__ -_' V iS knocking is continued, for. human nature |i-lEGULATIONS.! THE ANCHORING. I Section 8.. Any person who I 192 TO BE U8BD ALSO Mft 4
V ...
ehly. T- V V .15 Is such it turns upon the knocker. ; .i1bt* 's $t'i1.'t1 ;( Jii OR shall violate any of the provisions DEFRAYING THE AJMBlgj- *

J t V XU4e ADVERTISING Known on Application RATE Probably the best illustration of the !'i .....: j'DOCKING OF VESSELS OR 1*of:this ordinance thereof:be*h1IrUPQJS fined not more conviction -I,TRATIVE AND COSTS COLUBCTtNO cr SAIIfI pgI11KG ( j I

SPECIAL JIOTICE futility of knocking occurred in the second .tLr &E! ) sI V V VV Vth | WATER CRAFT IN GARRISON I than One Hundred Dollars ; EXCISE TAX: DCI.A !da 4

of All ....h'C .notleos &..,... ot thanks V, resolutions primary for the gubernatorial nominationin BIGHT; REQUIRING THE SECURING ;- ($100.00)) or Imprisoned in the TIllS ORDINANCE: TO Bfc A..r f j
respect obltnary noUess, poems, etc. will be : jWAR)
charged for at tb.. rat. of !. cents a line. OF PERMITS TO ANCHOR City Jail for not more than sixty EMERGENCY: MEA8UMC AM J

., n '.Nolk-e".._.I.fur..ontertalament be derived are by I churches cents n u.from.. which 1932. V [involve MOOR OR DOCK IN, ((60)) day, BY UNANIMOUS VOTE Of TrBf 1 !
Dave Sholtz and John W. Martin ordinanceshall I *
The Olilsen In an open fomm and Invites dlrussirn .. were the GARRISON BIGHT OF VESSELS Section 7. This COMMISSION DISPIMSWiQ ,

...r.l Interest of public I..... and aabftor local, or the candidates. Martin began his second _ curerwSebnin balkcFZLSafdfoforeiqrz. OR WATER'CRAFT EXCEEDING go Into effect immediatelyupon WITH THE NECESSITY OT"
hat It will not publish anonymous .
\ and adoptionand *
r-Miial"-atlona. its passage OftWfAifCI ,
primary in Park in FOURTEEN FEET IN
V campaign Beyview Key f'Ir' countries smce 1940 authentication by the signature AT TWO REGULAR MBOTIWOC'NOT J

West and from there till he wound in *""* LENGTH; REQUIRING THE officer and
up .i';:: OF ONE of the presiding LESS THAN ONE
::: IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Pensacola he made devoted the ClerIc) of the Commission and APART ; AND PRO\'tDIH4r..
every speech: was _tww ,'ciogra DOLLAR FOR SUCH PERMIT: in I \
to attacks on Sholtz.V REHABILATION 5. PROVIDING THAT ,. general circulation
.- LOANSCREOfTS ETC. newspaper of TO EFFECT 4.
Sholtz did not mention Martin's name (),..,USU1Q 4.'QnJU'fDCt!bra.f-gu..s) MASTER HAS PROVISIONSOF AUTHOR published in The City of Key I Be it enacted bgr *. CHr o..N. 1 4,

: : 1. \lort. Hotels and Apartments. . --- .. ITY TO ENFORCE West Florida of Th Wear'*
at any time; neither did he refer to him -- -- -- - -- ORDINANCE AND TO RE-II read' mission CHf s Ky
= first *
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. .e..e..s...... I Read and passed on Florida: S
;smnlnmmmmwuwmiznLlllngumunInfinmm VOKE : PRESCRIBING -
directly or indirectly. Sholtz confined his PERMITS: I regular meeting held
.. 3. Airport*-Land and Sea. ing at a See
PENALTIES FOR Section 1 Tha .-.. I 4C.
I \ . .4. Consol'dation! of County and speeches ty the things he intended to do Radio Programs ;Key West In : TION OF THE VOLA"I March: 18. IW8. V final read- Ordinance: Na. ... Ceffiii.SSeries j

::: City Governments. in the event he was elected governor. AND PROVIDING WHEN OR- : Read and passed meeting on held of the Q,.II _M. .f .....

I .. 5. Community'Auditorium. S Martin's bang-bang-bang against '.{..................i<.... i t Gone DINANCE GOES INTO EFFECT. I ing at 6 a W8.regular City of Key Wwt. FtorMa. lie

Sholtz went so far as to attack him I .' . Days By WHEREAS The City of Key I April MAJTLAND,. ADAMS. and the same U hereby .IM w-i .

Daytime Summary i TAKEJ/I West Florida, has purchased the!. to read as ......*:

I ; racially. That abuse disgusted thousandsof 5.ket.4 .......... u IIIItJ b.l.wat. . AS IOM. FILES OF Garrison Bight from the Trustees I Attest: Mayor. Section 6. Vt iMdea .. ....
I. ,
.. M._ THE CITIZEN; the Internal VICTOR.
voters. In Key West I .a'cut tk me time Ot. of ImprovementFund from
we ran across I Clerk. ers derived by City eze4.lax .
MONOGRAPH! lay 'IIn... ris.rei_ kU5itasdard. ; J : APIUL 8, -I9d a.. a location for the development i I City
scores of voters who told us that though r., .ce.tw.a1: htgsdud 'ReO.' dmlWU_ II as I apr8-lt on tale of tobacco p*odueU, .1 'J
:: DIIID of a municipal yacht
Dear Folks: . tr-t b.5rVt.5IUat245: "That all moneys' dertwed b.
they had intended to support Martin, they see tweAPRIL b.sxs.V V V basin with complete docking facilities -I _____; ,
i.Cily Buildiqg i ;
:: discussion the i. Inspector Harry I ( ,._ FOB BID the City from the exeuw tes c.... .
In a controversial: were going to vote for Sholtz. Key West '.;M. Baker said today that therel.'cra.se. and I II Scaled bida wilt be received toy the sale of tobacco Frfvdwctt Mk
:.t;: least! informed generally is the most gave Sholtz a 2-to-l majority. 5. THROUGIJLAf! ... ,k b-/\. beeA, .m.. issuing WHEREAS until such it large is a matter scale development of- he Key City\\-..Commhwion. Florida of at'The tM City City 40f. posed under the provtstuM ..| t t

loud-mouthed and garrulous; his arguments Morning building permits during the last I I time I t'1f'rk' office, City Hall. Key: W>, ... Section 2 of this ordfataiM tinjl.. t
Finally, as Abraham Lincoln observed, week. I is accomplished and I Florida up to eight. dork P. M t
:". are specious and they are utteredad slinging mud is the easiest kind of socalled f:-HOIIeymomt Breakfast.C1ub-abe fa N Y.-nbe V -. 5 }I.. -,.... .._.. .-. I WHEREAS. it is'now felt, how Tu..day. April ". 1545. *..meeting.* bid" be deposited by the Director s f afinance t I
I to IM- opened at a regular to the credit of a Special
in attitude of absolute f: -OMabm-n' Hm *tp-rh' ever that The City of Key West. Oomrolsumn to be neltlat 1
'aId l City
nauseam an argument and the most ineffective. Fred ;J: Dfori'a automobile ot Sidewalk and Sewer 1n.V.
I J Ozark Valley Folks \bs jj{ was Florida sh uld exercise general said time and date at O Commiiion Street ; ;
I authority ) t.-.O-rr-d Wartng SH Mush* For You-cbs, S I front of his home White KeyM. ...... Florida for lb. furiiliibIn -
=: THE ORACLE. Why not make yourmind to do Mr, Story Drama-abe V 1M on street Bight in order to prevent undesirable of one new |M_ Indian OiefMotorcycle. created, for utilization only fcv t ]
up j and was found thi-3 omrning at (ibH- Inch.standard
Jlodel74" to-w !
V the following *>-
:8 -Howr of Sci1e1.-ebe or unattractive activity purposes j C
something day to improve yourself? Half Hmtr of Sf'lialol--bs i Pirates Cove Model o r. itS iual. and for ,.
,-- every Say It With Music-mba | which may be carried on from the purchasing ...fh.. hand l}a- for street resurfacing and/or pf'ing j s

It will }pay handsome dividends. II0<-Arthur Godfrer Show-rt> j time to time in said Bight or to idon. ;ilotorocl none' being offered ; andEw sewer extMMB! | I
= A drive of Key
was started this morning for sale by The City
THE PRESIDENT EXPLAINS Breakfast ta Hollywood-abc remove vessels or water craft and/or for expansion of *w4 1 i
\ ,. 11 90 Bn Alexander Show-mba I to raise funds for the benefit a \V.i't. Florida. enclosed In a forpair ...,
. '. : that may become unsightly or Each bid must b disposal plants; and/or .
:... . WHAT SIZE AIR FORCE? 11:45-Seriab SVi bn.-cba ,I of the Key West Community menace to navigation. Now. sealed enVelope marked on. the out- of ex ttng sidewalks ........\ I
V Nothing in the recent message.: of rAFt Center.VV V KidBid: for furnbio| molofcjrrle i
Afternoon Therefore and for purchase of motorcycle.Ka ." for construction of new siteI I

:SV == President Truman expresses the truth Secretary of Defense James Forrestal J2OOW..1.Tnve16sabe: i Be it enacted by the City Commission .-h bid must h* accompanied rahiercheck bya '. walks; and/or for defray***. .MlH
-City bank
I. Council at last draft or
Kate Smith Speak*-mb -- 1Wont f a meeting of The of Key West onk '
V V City The flty of Key administrative coMe of mpoMec
has recommended Air 12:SO- -& end )'Iustc--nbe I knight deferred action on payable to : !
this Force of fifty- a _
an projjosal
:. more forcibly-than ; Dan, Band Concerts-mb*. r to Florida: W ejit Florida, In an amownt .'.t !-- and collecting said. exc-te taf. ;
grant franchise the : of
.1 :: "We must be prepared to pay the five groups for the coming fiscal year despite 1: -Music Half Hour-nbc ..i. .;, i operation of buses a in Key West for : Section J': There is herby created the Ihan amount twenty of percenlum the bid for(the )patchaie And the moneys derived fn L... I

the fact that W. Stuart Symington 1:IS-The Happy Gang-mbs AS } and established the officeof of the O-owned llarley I avidson said tax shall be used' for no .*.- (
= price of peace or assuredly we shalliwy :00-Four Hours of Serials-nbe I Anchorage Master of The City I JlSkorcclei.Th . I Irtie
: Secretary of the Air Force, and General Queen for a Day-mbs I J Mrs. Edwin, Tift of Chicago is Florida. ud City Commission reserres er purposes. '
J V of Key West
Ii :: the price of war." MJ 3:90-Bride and Groom-abo 'i visiting Miss Marie ,BTutler 823 of the rig-h to reject. any and expenditures made HI **-
: Carl Spaatz, Chief of Staff have testified Martin Block Recordsi-mb 'k > I f faOO !Fteminstreet V Section; 2. The Manager all hid or waive an' informality aatr..1 I
:: They intend to In bid or proposal. pairing existing sidewalks
Florida any
Now what is the'price of peace? Ii it Doubte Nothine be" -' f, The City of Key West .
that : or < Hated Key V\e"t. Florida this : I
a seventy-group force is "essentialto ; \> it Havana before Mrs. Tift at streets and for cenetructi.eV
, Indies be Seated abe the
I r' hereby assigned O. Itf"
V is .4.
Sib of April.
= the repeated t and abject surrender of one's national security." 3:30-The House Party -cb. rj ofr her; home. functions or duties of Anchorage day VJ"TOR I.OWE. new sidewalks And streeleI to l''
Pad WKitemanRccotds..abe450Hint '1 raves f t" .- -i_ ('In. Clerk. :'
:"'.: rights to order to appease a possible enemy Advocates of the larger unit say that Hunt Qtiz_cbs *? 1|I .Jtmetican J Poetry ocityoieywWmi. .Master hereinafter set forth. apr*-1t the be extension assesed uoon of sewer the lines-h-HHig IMJT
The following
3. reg-
...; ? Certainly, the history of the world in the President's Air Policy Commission rec 430-.WInner Treasury" Band Take*E\and Aft-*\ .., : "wiU'hold'a-meetmg' uFati'ons Section; "shall apply to the an- NOTICE TO CHRDITOH property owners equally m patT 1

=:: the present century'demonstnrtes: ,father ommended such a force, asserting that it ;00-School of the Air-cb.Kiddies ... I Tuesday in the home of Mrs. M j choring. mooring or docking of r IM3.TUK: Probate tOUkTV; Act...6I'f Seco.'"ll.'..O&SIT.15iv ') portion to their frontage: and ttr T 1
... B
Houc-4wectrepeat 1. i 1, vkowiia, 1 > : '
V conclusively that this son is not tl price of could retaliate after a surprise attack. and S:45.Lum later)-and abc and n..rcb.seas'NETWORK .mbs: __._.__ .1 I"tie-'heir Wtns ddic ted to'Jose; Are/sels Garrison Jfor BIght water croft*m .said:.I f Ji viirtiVIaOkAr1 ASI) I.0K: IsoKo5V; i-n: UU.: or coat extension oL such tvpam shall i ,I be! rW'.JliIiR a lies I!**f 1

peace. maintain a sustained counter-offensive. 1.atli.y Perez. V of In re litate of the OVHMM J t
VS (a) The! owner or operator ABR\HAM RODAC'K.1)eeeaaed., abutting property

One of the pricls of, peace is awilling A fifty-five group force could retaliatebut I all vessels or water craft exceed- provided the required sUtntasy .
.... PROGRAMS'1lm Mrs. Benumia.....Lowe, I000South4ld.siet shall TO ALL cnBrnmits. AND PERSONS -
I ; fourteen ft'etin length notices for such expsjnifcHiiM*
ness on part of brave peopled to defend not sustain the counteroffensive.The .
I to eastera taalarA. } ill enterjajn to .'II. ESTATE I
1I'arJ;:; make application in writing *: I.'N..S JUNST have been given. All aiaafli
: their ju rights Re liationofihisdeterS tral uaaaard btra t eae the Yoom'mothers of Harris :
S s Secretary of Defense in explain- .esstaLa .*aadard ..bIrcI SSC the Anchorage Master upon a You and each of von are hereby derived from the coUecUM .(

*on the part q'f possible enemies ing his position, estimated that it would ...ra. e... lcml tati.a* ....... I., school "on Friday afternoon beginning form to be furnished for per- notified and required to present the above special improweaaeat
ft bear .l relay .. flt Ueal acsi.,... at 3:30) o'clock dock any claim and demand which
will do more to deter them than any other cost around $18,000,000,000 to increasethe Last mlaate .UII1Nlt shaag.a. mission to anchor. moor or )ou. or either of you may hare assessments and from the IIie.
..t ae Ucladcd. in Garrison Bight. Such application againM! the rMatet Abraham Kdock. ..- closure of imfnMrt Iwas asd
: factor. Once a nation ,begins the process Air Force to the size under discussion -( i I The Caroline Lowe home built shall state the name of the deceased. . late of ald County sale of lands upon whtrh sM-k.-* ...
I 69 at Duval and Caroline to the Count J"daor Monroe ...
years ago.
of surrender, it losses the respect of those because it would be necessary to build up THURSDAY. APRIL itloo. j I streets sold i i vessel,or water craft its registry County. Florida at bin office. in she liens existed shall.. revert I* *. 4
was vesterday number and its owner. Such application Court house of aid Count>? at KeKt. .) .* ( \
with force and becomes the despised victim the Army and the Navy to where they Evening i i I for $10,000{) to .A. B.. Modine of shall be signed by the \\ Florida within eUcht mlrndar said Special Street" Stdewa'J* \
15 Mto. *b*" f month from the t.me of the"uhU..atlon Sewer Fund. -
of their schemes. would ;0 -News Report. Ra ineVis., .
a a balanced team. Newscast Every Day-cbs \I owner or operator. first of this N tMFlarh .-.. Section 2. HMS ordittMMe *
The firm Network Silent Hour .be-east (b) After application in writinghas rlalrtr or demand hall. be in
resolution to defend one'srights General Omar N. Bradley, Army Kiddies Hour (repeat).-abe-west Today The Citizen says in an filed with the Anchor- writinJr. and shall state) the placeof hereby declared to be an ***f t'
not all warfare Chief of :Network. Silent (1 hr.>-mbs-east editorial been residence and pool office address measure on the grounds tM
t prevent cy
may especi- Staff pointed out to a Senate Kiddies Hour IrepeaU -cobs-west paragraph: age Master said Anchorage Mas- of She claimart. and shall l>!

ally where democratic peoples allow totalitarian committee that about ten per cent of theArmy's ':15-Sports: Musto Time-.nboOf "Some display great will power ter shall allot to such vessel or I sworn aarent. or to bin by attorney the rlajmant.and any nurh hIs this ordinance ia aory ..
\ of ........
1\ Men and Books-cbs while others annoy us by demonstrating ... preservation JM"8ft'"
V regimes to water craft anchorage. mooringor claim or demand not so filed .all
possess overwhelming total strength is used exclusivelyto and at rtt
JO-Chicago Orchestra-cbs-east their won't power said Garrison he \Md. prosperity safety p.0-
I armaments and V Low and Abner repeat-cbs-west dock apace in (!'dl in.\ ROHACK KAPI.XN ....
of The Citof
i :. military power. The support the Air Force. Under a service such pie Ky
to . .
':45-Newscast by Three-ab Bight and issue a permit \ Bierulnx of the La-I \'ill
! J readiness of a people to fight, however inV agreement, the Army furnishes Quarter- Lowell Tboma (repeat ID-cbs I TODAY IN HISTORY I vessel or water craft to pe anchored and Testament of Abraham Florida
I 7.00-Suppe* Club-nbc-baski said Rodack: dereak Section 3. Tha4 the m-*.< .<
V defense of their liberties and thir master construction I Know moored or docked at al>r.lI-l;;.Z.Ufll.
security, hospitalization, and The. Beulah Snow-cba. & ( America) Garrison Bight the this ordilNM'e' at two fSmeetIng. ...

I V goes far toward creating the respect that similar services. The General also testi- 1and\ Lewis.CommentarybeFulton Jr.-mbs V 1835-Historic 350-miles bal- ment of a fee of upon One Dollar pay-for I. i\ THE cinniT IOIHT op THKKtKK ., not leas than ... ..1l

, I V. other nations must have for this country if fied that another thirty per cent of theArmy's :15-Nn and CommeBt-xnb' -' ".I 1 1ooa flight. from-Virginia to Cincinnati said permitc OF ,THE>TH T1TK.JIIiri\L OF FIOHIUl.I'IHI.II"I' apart, w hereby dnpifi) ""nd w..
Smith and
Jack Sons-
1 we to have Daily Commentarybe made by American aero- ( ) Whenever anchorage moor- I lAM> FOR :HO\HOK ('OIF,. by unanimous vtfle of the Cal
our rights properly service and administration func- i i naut. Clayton. 1'\ CIIASCERS. mission. ..* I
News: Dinner Data mba ing or space has been allotted to

I recognized. tions would be devoted to the Air Force, 7 JO-Dane* Oncbestia-nbe..-.. ".-i L 1832__The" Bjrnum.elephant,-, any vessel or water craft no I. ('.,L.e C\\VNICKI%-. II3STMARORKT Section 4. TH-s ardtnanc sMI.

The President pointed out that in the but he did not specify the percentage of Henry Bob Crosby Morgan: dub repeat-cbs 8,20)-*bO '. -Jumbo" long the delight of j other vessel or water craft shall t. .-. 'Plaintiff.: ,TIO\ go into c-ffect irniM>''di-l.riy .-a 4 '

I past the United States had failed Child s World-abo west 1 American. trjildren! comes here be permitted to occuoy the same. : Ins L wsrrKInOK" its passage aNd -deptn MIII1M--
to make manpower involved in these activities.The ,
News Broadcast rfibs. r : j :,, from Erigland< ahjidst loud British In the event the holder of any Defendant.ORDt.H thentication by the signika'r r

its intention evident In ',time and that aggressor prospects are that there will be 7:n-;-HarfcnfCT Morrow Comment New*-cbs-;BbOEd V outcries of "American vanda- I permit shall abandon the space 'TO: OF PUIIU4T1O\ the presiding wfftrc-r as. Sit-

states, mistaking our silence, had something of a Congressional airing of the Sports CorameaV-mbs ". 1isn"V allotted to him he shall no longerbe II Hen f..a.nld,1.HI1D Clerk 01M Cpubiication ............ ....:. '

precipitated disastrous I;00-Henry Aldrtbaramuy-mbe: V I I t V 1320! -The. outlaw railroad. entitled to any privileges I:!. W'ilb".enup, thereof me _1MB ..
wars. ('I .taDd. Ohio
"Although \
subject because many members of Con- F.BL to Peace ft W r-<>M -- : *
.4 Candid Microphone repeat 10)-*nc 'I strike spreads the country over, authorized by such permiL The You are hereby required to appear : a newspaper of general cIte| -
I they have been led to destruction by their press are publicly in favor of .the larger EUery Queen-abc-wect 1833-First Civilian Conservation Anchorage Master shall satisfy ,to. .the Hill of .Complaint, for hon published i m The City *i HAT '
I .. I Andy flosseS Eevue-mbe dlv<>r n the above styled cause
I misconception: of our strength," declared Air Force. Meanwhile, the : President's 8.15-alOTi* Background I Corps recruits gather in the himself by sufficient inquiryand on the Mb day of ;Wax: A. I). U4.. West Fforda.

the President "we have paid a terribleprice recommendation for universal training anda $:JO-Bum* & Alien-nbe East ascertainment that such aban-per- "otherwise will be taken the asconfesed.alterations therein Passed and adored. by taw OUT

1 for Mr. Keen's Drama-cba I 1935-Dust storms cover half mit holder has definitely This order to be published once a Comm*MMft at a mmiaxt .hiM

I .: our unpreparedness. temporary selective service operationwill EUery Great Talent Queen-Huntmba.sn. abc-basio the country from Texas to Kan- doned the space allotted before week the for four consecutive. weeks in this 6th day of A *0. A.D. I*.
Key West Citizen
: a
the abandoned to newspaper ,
be taken up in the Senate this month. 9. Uiautes. 1\.ws-4ba\ : sas and west to Wyoming assigning space published in Key tYest. Florida. A. MAITLAND ADAMS
SOMEWHAT AMAZED Billy Base Comment-mb. 1939-Secretary of State Hull other applicants. Done and Ordered this Tin day of Attest: May***
What happens to these proposals will naturally AI Jolson nbft (d) Owner or operator of any .April, .\. P. I 194H
':00-Music Ban. condemns the Italian invasion of 4 XI\L> VICTOR LOWE.
affect the subsequent decision as to Dick Haymcs Variety-cbs 'I Albania vessel or water craft exceeding Rose c Sawyer.
Willie Piper Skit-aboGabnel City Citric
:: fourteen feet in length who an- ('l.rk of the Circuit
Newspaper dispatches from Washington Commen&-mb. 1942 Court
I the size of the Air Force itself. UeatUr -Jap dive-bombers and docks in said Monroe County Florida apr8-lt
intimate that veteran correspondents B;IS-News Broadcast-mbs t infantry in heavy attack on Ba- chors moors or By: Kathleen. Not t air el .
..30-VilUfe StorenbcbastoCrime taan.1943Roosevelt's. Garrison:; Bight without permit )eputy Clerk . : 1
are somewhat amazed over the Religion suffers as much from thosein Pboto&raPI1cbs |i "hold-the- shall be guilty of a violation of THOMAS X. CAROsolicitor . \OTI( E SI1SECTIISTKNOTICE t M)t>H Pl4TITIVS '
for the
abc Plaintiff
Clock I
: '
% changed situation in Congress where there the church who do not do their duty as it RFD America Quiz mba i|I, line" order to keep prices from this ordinance.No vessel water craft of apr.H-I.-22-2; :!:! :!*.It.. the .drrf>.h4_...HKHICnv>.. ......*ti i.ivi I-.is;...ib.l....

is a probability that action 10:00-Bob Hawk Quiz-nbo rising. (e) or In bm>in.M ..*..r IM- f.. ..***-_ -
will be taken does from those on the outside. Magazine Theater-cbs j any kind whatsoever shall be per- I\ Till riMClIT CUt'HT OP THE' name ..f '"Kwuih s.-_- V ,,i V, I .>*.'
.. to provide the Child World-abc-east: j 1945-U S 8th Army Air mitted to anchor moor or dock F.I.K\K>TII JIUKI4L ("IR("t ITOP Sir.,.... Kt'.i.. Florida. .5lJ5In '
manpower necessary to Family Theater-mbs '1! Force, 1200*heavy bombers, escorted THK bTlTK OP FI.OHIIIl. r..ltiA"'r said fVftq..,_ nome ....
.. maintain our armed services at their tie HIROSHIMA POSTMORTEMThe JO;30-Eddie Cantor Snow-nbo i i by :5,000 planes, hammer any place in said Garrison Bight IN %%U FOR ,MOMtOBIN CDI 'T': the C'l..rk. ..r ihe (',r, ,,01 .....i34.Rr.w. .:
( HlNtl- ......
rust Niebter Play-cbs : which is of an unsightly appear- & C C Fl..ri4..
nired levels. Lenny Herman Quartet-aba 1 Germany. deteriorated (-a.e N.. 11317ELVA lteal.... Ap.ri I ; I.'.
f Dacca Music. -mb .. .. .., _.....,hn.i94-Q2.AfMl6.irom-eontrolnsurner. ance, or in badly M tSLEP.f4TZMAN.; .V r, \1.1(.
The impact of events condition which is likely to Plaintiff .......It
in or
I .V Ie
Europe official .
particularly casualty figure the Lb..YJduQj
Earl ,
I 10:45- ci9ciwIkabO11:00News L : ; ,items from -surrounding Tv apr.'-'.,.;!. It.t
( the spectacular demise of freedom atomic bombing of Hiroshima, on August Ac: Variety _"nrs.obe. H needles to mops. cause damage : sea- WOOD ow C. 8AI.T7.1IAnOR'E -
Dance _hrs.cbiiJews to other
Variety wall bulkheads or
News or
I in Czecho-Slovakia, has done more 6th 1945 is 78,150 persons killed. Scien- and Dance*B nd *bc., V j, Last ,,"-st-sionof t &:Lc.agu of vessels or water crafts and or ORDER OP PlHIirvriON
Rews. Dance Band;; 5 '"-;-111a'U Nations in JGfen v'a. .- TO: VVoodow I- Saltzman.o 0datW,5Q,6Q!
to persuade Congressmen than any amountof tists studying the situation in the Japanese : Dancing .COOUOd-SbcItJ I lS47i-Seeond1 day" of the nationwide whkb might become a menace to < Leo.Kaltzman.
vessels water LawlerChica
argumentative words from the President city says that the long study "disclosedno f telephone strike. crafts navigation in such; condition or are here- aw County MaH Y.I're CraIJ--

t>r the leaders of. our military forces. residual radio-activity." He says that Your Horoscope by declared to be a public nuisance You Iowa.are hereby required to appear .!............. ..- .. :. -
I I.
and to the Kill of Complaint) '.00IIIfr& __-
Despite the approach of an election date the casualties resulted The Anchorage Master for LMvurce - IS A .
from the blast In the .
abovetyled : :.: ;
cause . .
THURSDAY. ARIL on or before ur ILUV +
8, 1948- 1 Ex- of The City of J-n.
f WASHINGTON (AP) Building Inspector the Oth eat.. TUWC T. ..
the sentiment in day of April Mct.. tor M* >oo'. -
Congress, so we are advised that occurred A. D 4 >.. .. .,.. ... .
none from anything that Persons born :>n this day are I perimenters using radioactive Key West Florida jointly shall 1 <8. otherwise the allegations $* tn ;
is therein will be tak.n At all 4r_ ....... ...,psbeeeebs
to take legislative action such as confe.i.
to I whether vessel -
I .. give developed. later. amiable with a pleasant dispo- chemicals in plant tests have determine any .. This order is to be published K.y Meat at I.Cdoee rc->* \ .

the nation the manpower necessary to carry >' Dr. Owen pooh-poohs the idea sition. and friendly with everyone I found that they cannot re-use or water craft is of unsightly .a week for four consecutIve "'once- -...'
that i which held in previous or in a badly deteriorated .In Tile Key. %-1 Cltia.n _ . '
V There is a taste for investi- pots plants appearance : e _ . ,
assurance to the free nations of the the area will be deadly for many years: or gation or experimenting. possiblyin 1 tests because these pots tend condition or a menaceto I I Paper\Vcat. lu..U"hc"Florida. In Lb. (.'It '; ". STRONG ARM BRAND COTTa* i ;

world. I that the luxuriant plant growth of the area scientific lines and there will !l to retain enough radioactivity to navigation and if found so to 'I day!>(,of NU March AMI onnEREt A. l>. t..&. this -. .I TRIUMPH ..... .

be probable in. distort results; of the tests. be shall take proper; steps to compel -
has been affected. Moreover he a success:,tqiU" :! I Ross C Sawyer COFFEE
says that t
Aid from the opposite sex will do the repair or removal of same. I I (SEAL) Clerk. sf-the rireuit 1 C* rt.

Luckily for the human, race, adults I it is too soon to say whether the bomb much to assist in the final successof I :Many women develop high Section 4. The AnchorageMaster ,I B>: (M Monroe!) .\liae County C. Flori: MILL
who grow cynical"are. replaced by youngsters caused hereditary changes in the people these people. I blood pressure in their forties. of The City of Key West I! J *"'"' Clrk' at
l I blood is Florida is hereby the power ) Allan H. (1ear .
with enthusiasm, hope, faith and love. living in the area. In men high pressure given I koiiclLoryor Plaintiff. All Grocer t
Subscribe to The Citizen. more frequent after 50. and duty of enforcing the proviI I I mar.l *

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, 'I tEll'cltl:='. -.For' Offiearsiiro Yearn; . *1 S OUT, : H' 'E' RNMO::ST .'..'l'I TV.J'1:;

.At iu regular monthly meetirl'Tuesday .- .. -
. the Woman'a Club elect' "- ". .
ed the tallow a cancers to serve' .
II tar the. next two years: ( 'PHOHf PHARMACY Inc. iW
"... Lee Guddard, president; 199 <
14rs. Cyril Marshall, first vicp.pretidrat ,
I. Mrs.: H. *E.'Mrs.race. sec- Duval and Fleming Su.' p,R E S C R J P-T ION: D-R.U G G"I'S TS -- K"oyfP4 f, FlorWaI
I W4.vt'e'priS& nt; Cjreybytn -. . ,
t Starker Ptiidcr.secretary treasurer; Mrs: Mrs.Robert Edgar '. .' '. I fPSE.DCUVEIVY._ SERVICXIRegular -

1t IJnpp. currepondinc< secretary; .
1 fc\ri, Mary Trevor, auditor; Mr,. "
I Svepiwn, Douglas and Mrs. Dan 'KItOMEX RANGE tEC
directon. .
Miss -
Minnie Porter Harris Mrs.Lcc 1 '
Goddard and Mrs. H. E. Pacewrreelcied .
w IJ ; delegates* tot. ALUMU'UM.. COFFEE .
tend the Florida Federation of _, .
'II V/uman's Clubs ronyrnuon in St. ,
Petersburg. April 21 through 2f 'IETTLE .r. MAKER:
jjrs. Cyril Marshall u an al ,
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!.. ternate.A.} delightful program was given $3.?a Value" ) .. .' .' :' Rrlfdfl! $5,95_ Value _- .
by Mrs. lierritk and Miss IJca-
trice Moreno after the meeting. $
I'h rtI' Members and guests were served NOW ;, J89: ., NOW $249
refreshments in the tea room. '. ., ,..
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The Weather ". _' ; .: '" ;. : .r t riV ,_ -. ,


Key West,and Vicinity: Partly "
c-lJUdy. this afierruion through .TA\l OD.E '
4 1. Friday with little' temperature I. :p.hr";... .$ 25NY ON BRUSHES
chant Gentle to moderate east .
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6.r and southeast winds;; fresh at ..1JI.. ,'. eutapl/" . .: '. ". ,- ;.' 4. jCrisltur Ererr., ". Use .
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time. -
off abort
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. Florida: Partly cloudy continued -
u I warm; today tonight and .
4 1 Friday.
East Gulf bf Mexico and Jacksonville
1 1f
'"; j Straits: Moderate winds today .
through Friday, east to southeasterly -' .
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over south portion and . '. . ;.,;1"' bv.. .1)\"In .
1 11 southerly over north portion. '
.- Partly cloudy we&ther. : 'vRsJta r j rg<*r ::. ,''', ,: ". .. :$100 SitN 69c
, Na Jacksonville small craft or to storm Apalachicola warnings: .. Jl. -l.-: I' '- :.. ".r.-'." ,'". : ... .. '..;: ... ..L.. 7H: 9 " . '-

have Un. issued. ., . '" .'.-4"\ . . .
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Key1 W'St. Fla.. April 8, 1948 : COUNSEtOR THROO'.M SCALES
t' toLiervation taken at City Office..
':3Q A-M. F.ST) .

,::1 Highest yesterday Temperature- .. 811jptrst Magnifying lens--Accurate weightPRICED .
last night _. 1-1
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.lp. Mean 79

Normal. PrKlplt&t1oo .. 75 I : at< .. .. .4'... . . ,.. , '_ ONLY $5.95.

loT \ Total last 24 hours .00 ins.T".I <. ,, .
T .,. . 4.22 ins. '
t. this month
,/ .4 tUrcM-lhia.nivnik.M' .,*. 3.83 ins, 1"1:' .::' t- Total this year ?.30 ins. =_
.4e Excess this year 2-l&ins.
RelatiT Humidity

at Barometer'30 75',JLM. > SYM PHONY' RHYTHM. SET

: Sea Ltrtl. ) fcU A.M.. : .
j 30.1T in*-1021.7 mb: .
Featuring , ,
Tomorrow's Ahn
n cSunriae

.14 i' Surixt .. 6:11 6:47 p.m am- I. V., The Magic Violin : ;:l:.:, ..; .',J' ... ".... :
. Muonrise 6:19 c.m. ; '
..u Muunset 7:06 p.m. .
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Naval Base) '
(Eastern Standard Time) Ukulele
I High Low Miniature_ jlairaiian
8:31 a.m. 3:22 a.m. : . .. 251\
10:27 p.m. 3:56 p.m. :
Reference Station: Key West ,
.I o Tim.of)Height of : ', ": : .-
Statio.Tide high water i '. .
..ltdU. Bahia Honda ._ 0 it
(bridge.Oh 10m 0.0 ft r

,,."v...0c No(east Name end Key) __ +2h 20m : : : < "" Beautiful Jewelite
..oil floes Olin JUST : .1:
Ui.0DA" .I Cal(Sandy_ Channel Point)-Oh 40m V ; : '

b'.r (north end _+2h 10m +1.4 ft ' = TOILETTE ACCESSORIES
000 f i .
(-),-Minus algnCorrections .
to be subtracted. : r. > ,by ProphylacticIfs
, X-Hus. sign: Corrections. to I
b* added. : .. ," ,
(h)-Hour.ro It's Practical
I.II ( )-MJnute. .
(H)-Fret. ;0 0 "
It's Waterproof It's PlasticIT'S _
The village of Climax. Mich.
.. ; was so named because when
...1 DanW BJEUred first.visited the A BAG-IT'S AN AIR PILLOWFor
. .... township he said. "This caps the
,-!" Beach .For Travel . For Baby

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Sl aWe I." Cigarette Lighter f-Starting

;'11 .i prescriptions when V '\
, Toot old .
rY<11ri Cat starts siring you

.w"",. I w.fC t""' complete line of PRICED $1.65 to $7.50 $9,98-

I...yI sple flL Ignition.BeUs.Cq>'lttings.ran FROM ,

ATTOq, .,W\, SERViCE. . ,
A .
, t Oft NIGHT .y.4ers1 zas '''''

JANE'#sONE'"IINI SHINE 1178 PHONE.99 Everything In The Drug Line P :E.

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1- li: 'EEEPHANTS' : :,ciiBeneG1euoi : VOTE. i L.1I 1 icLASSlFIE_ ;. i A !,i

. the Advertiser
w4S'y Ssns va..a Information for ; !

-i.!. 'Chapter,24 job: you've :done-well, it's been lag along with you though. Well KATE BLAt FOR FACE KECCUAR TTFCAdTertUements ..* parmcot tavartably f PAYMENT.r elaHlfW.ia '
*TpHE seasonal gloom of late painstaking intelligent-all that solve it some way- meat .s&4yert"SUI.. I
:* Framingham could.ask-and a lotmol'P. "I believe that toowithoutthe .; reader tfcte lead! t... .
; I .aTe .
Autumn had closed down at seams lf
: onthe ."' _. I will be- inserted to Tile Citizen mU7 .
; least solid reason to back me *' InMrtlon. meats '
word for eae
"LakepOrt emptying I be rate vt i e a
Zoo itsgravel "
"Trying'Unt enough she said ups she said firmly. "Four long bat the mlirtnm charge for FCBLJCATIO OD
patksj of the t\lt'Pngs of gloomily., "Even my failing isn't months of winter ahead do we the first 15 words wr less seeTo fascia psNJrs oilyEThe
too importantxcept that, I've have to wait until it's beforewe rate for Marafac tree i: Sea be IA The l7f5M fnes
summertime visitors and strewing over
I I in morale of ..
failed the'.kids'I wanted most to word tad the _lal. m eaare for. ofclock .
the ground VUh a'#vsp andrestless ". can see some kind of an opportunity the Sleet 15 words Is tic. '.
rtmnanr of the1 fallen help.. ,some chance we haven'ttaken -
legions of leaves. The concrete "It ,isn't the'last hope in.,the the. trouble.to discover before
slopes of Monk 'IttlAnB. alive world,"' he said. ?Cant. I be- ?" All advertising l. acccpteoJ .a der the tellowc..........:
with scampering. hordes of Rhesus come enough you to,relieve Conscious of the futility of the I event of error la advertising, transient or eo.traet. T'Ioa C/tlaes
monkeys a week before, had little of the, gloom?"I'll be anything hope Carolyn listened once again responsible only for the lint Insertion In VlmmmHt* Advert
'been depopulated for the win- 'you'want'me to-and if youdont. to the distant music, tilting her Db.lar.Ad.*....... for only the actual arnnt.ace. .e-.....

ter; tropical animals had been .:wen:,,rm:afraid I won't be head to pick out the thread ofmelody. I 1 part_ _.r.Uie_ advertisement..::. ..:. _where_ .the;..,._error_ .tsars.r .;. _ '_ :. _.AI
shifted from their.open- cagesto much of anything. at a1L"She Now the music rang out . . . . . .. - - - 'fI
the: indoor restrictions their turned to'kiss him tenderly boldly as the pianos 'and: thedeeptoned '
l"Old-weiitber on the cheek. FOR RENT-COTTAGES. FOR REKT
quarters. Everything strings ran through II 1|I
about the zoo had a bat- "You're more than*.Til ever deserve a series of chromatic puag@L .
tened-down look as though its ," she told him. "But I "That's a curious piece of ..mu Furnished: cottage couple only. Two-bedroom house, het
passengers and crew "We're 'preparing just-'don't feel, like enough of a sic." Eddie said in miW.puzzle-I No pets. Apply 11:8 Margaret 1 Apply 1212 Pearl Street,
themselves for the grim person lowfad: in love; so meat "It seems almost ;like- I 846-J. I 223-J.
prospect of fierce and prolonged much'in love that I can know I'll something rye heard around,this I Street or' Phone \ apI s
storms. belong to no 'one else." park a hundred times-and yet I aprf-Stx1. i
\Eddie Gale and Carolyn Mar- "I feel that' way about you al- think that's the only time 'I've I 1! Gata=e. Apply at lit c4
tell'had spent most of a Sunday ready Gale said.-Can't you just ever listened to an. orchestra. j HELP WANTED -FEMALE I
afternoon at' the zoo together, forget everything, but us for a here""It's
putting the zoo's Vmter'preparations while-without any campaigns very familiar," she agreed. Girl Call in I
wanted person.
into words and pictures. sense of-failure. distract your "Listen . ?" The melody becamea Two-bedroom hence ass
Yet the sunny..warmth- the late gargantuan sluggish parody,on I Evans Camera Store 509 Southard. -J April 15 to Sept W. .

October. 'day was so guileful in CAIQLYN.o ,theverle of a graceful dance tune 'The'two I apr7-3t I ly furnished. $t 36 ptf '
its implicit promises of endless ,away irons him pianos took over then in a short J Apply 1120 Seroinajy. >.*'
Summer' that neither "of them for.a moment.:listening absently skipping succession of. bouncy LOST 1 :
felt the real imminence, of .Win' to the> distant music from the orcheStra musical fragments, 1 1, afW.a
ter until the:sun sank toward the "It may .be odd." Eddie .saididly
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:7/oit"'f "Butthose 'different melodies Upper denture. Reward if returned -4 '
could -
.horizon 1 r;a'awhile, Remodeled Pura sed .
=Carolyn,. who had been walk- she'answered'with'an effort "Butas remind me of the anim.aIs-at to MardX.Central HoteLj house $U6 fl
Jcg-along the paths with her light long as-,this failure stays In my the zoo' *.That first part-it .nueht -. ; : I Call'1317-R.
be of. ; roaring : -
an impression a
woolen-- suit-coat thrown open mind I can't organize my otherfe"i.fu1gs..sen'sibfy' .
suddenly fejt the ,necessity to She looted lion.And: that skipping part'it
button it 'against the descendingcold again.in.tnfe.direction of the band might he:the story of a kangarooor Lost-Reward- if returned 1lady's I I WAHTEUTO.RENT .
of evening. She did so'with shell':lirfteiungvmtenlly.as she ;,a, rabbit, going places ina' bicycle Seriat No. 73610.1 ."
a*'melancholy conviction that thebe4 hurry." S . license. tag. No 2467. 'And .1'1
of.the year had passed, and .in threaten-Z .Carolyn's. face brigh man's 'bicycle Serial No. Wanted To Rent-Hwase
vfith.it the strongest hope of res-:, :gufs/l ought to. feel a little ticeably. She seemed ,intense '82897 license 840 C menu furnished or
the zoo' interested as the celesta, the flute tag .Must have stove
cuing campaign from .ashamed m>'HU, Eddie'said ; rtd
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failare after=a long silence ."Here, I'vebeen and strings .launched into.-a.new Harvey; 518 William St. -.4-1 bath Minimum i ievon:
;'Eddie Gale turned up the collar thinking y'ol how: I feel; melody which capture the .flawing Box 25. Citizen.
of his light sport coat taking not('really respecting:.what I the animations of water tumbling ape's
a J-sidelong glance' at Carolyn's campaigns :>i>e2ns to you.''1'.thinkI've over a-fall,.or pouring through' ,. Lost Red 'Seminolc bicycle. License -'
face as he, did it. In her expression just' '{earned:: hat. it means .rocky channel .' -: : ,, House or ground floor spa
;'he read a sadness and disappointment everything.to rife,:tpool it's yourhappinessthat'siavolve "Say." she' announced sudden- 981. Left at Division. furnished or
that caused him to L" ly. 'That'sthe Carnival of Ani- Street School between 1 and 3 .
take her arm sympathetically. . She. :smiled; wanly;, and he mals-you,know,' Saint-Saens' ? It Wednesday: Finder please notify I reasonable 596-J. Pulre". lafie \
.."Wait a minute sweet," he said kissed her,holding her tightly fora describes animals like the elephant : 43 Rest Beach or, Phone Calf apr .
gently. "Let's sit down here for: moment-with'a. grave ',tender- the lion and the kanga 1519-7. Ftewardapr84tx,
a;minute" He indicated a woodenfefnch ness. f. : roo" Unfurnished t'li -<<.ailt1.
beside the path. ",l.uon'watt to quit" he.said :Eddie was even more intent OB
."I. know the campaign hasn't then'Weve had:, 'string;of bad the music:.by now. His face -became Man's billfolet atBayview Park 1 I lot apartment. MuKand
been what we'd hoped for* luck,.with ur\zpo. plans 'sure. alight with a start.lingJde electric rrfng :
Eddie' said. "Maybe peopleVwon'tevec That'sno:reason'1wttYi2at "'There's the idea for your'zoo Box"827. NoWANTED C' m'
:care enough about it to make we've ist'.go.. He put his arm around and this js the;worstof it-I Carnival of Animals-with 'the money. Return to office, Gulf -
her shoulder. comfortingly. "It haven',tfoQnct.: .-::a'*real,-gl'eamof zoo receiving.all the profits>'i' Stream Trailer. apr8-ltx
wa. _sn't that 1"ou' didn't try. The ho &,1'nf-Cgoing_ to"4 keep'worry-. .(T.. "atlau". ', t TO BUT

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Wanted-Good used sew-in

!f "WIIAT GOES ON 1I., -.- F.;. aD4 Qint :" i SUBMARINE chine. Phone 409-W teti.tO
... - 1937 Tudor Ford. Motor excellent '
"" '1 l I I- (Cpntinued From Page One). Good buy at $275. See I and 7 P.M. ...ff-JBl

X c the U. S. Cobbler (SS-344).' In at. 5-2 Poinciana. apr8-3tx, ,

visiting thc. e submarines. guests *36 Ford4 .Ii ew_ tires, spare..' Wanted-Gas grill frPostofftce .. ...

will see the .latest types of submarwies. Good /motor good fenders,I Box 798., : r
body fair. $250. 1215 Margaret .
t of our Navy : Street apr8-3tA,I Sandwich gnll. Poaee's B r- _
The Corporal .is one ofour ;

World.,WAT,11, submarines' Which ; I' . '
bat i>eeft tklterett under the'"Guppy" :
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Program. These alterations .
r-,;. ace Based upon research conducted any kind of property in Key
by the Navy to increase submerged WesObe'it home; hotels, heoteQ Furnished ; ipartNeet 31 .zioa
I speed by stream-lining or business locations- contact and bath. Maid astir \

hulls,' reducing the sizes of superstructures Paul Boysen 626 Fleming St.; service, linenS'anti 'tlt. llief

and by removing Phone 153. apr7-12U furnished. Summer: rataC
to. i top=side appurtances. al Hotel Apartments appaelt.

'It '" ; I The installation of an improved' F6R SALE Post. Office. ap44It

. .t .. I version of the "chnorkel" breathing .
I tube apparatus hich Was Furnished apartment on- a few
Dining table stove
L first developed in German submarines fry-a-tater room;. broiler; other; kit basis. Inquire Citizen Office.
is another feature ..
the 'program. chen items. Very reasonable.Call .
at Ocean View Dining
Additional features of the 'daj room. apr5-6tr Single young bustnew gi a.-
will;be ,the two baseball games ed to share
to be played at the CSg .
-baseball field. SubmarineBase 29' Chrjs-craft sleeps four, very business girl

i will.be open to Submarine These games Birthday good condition,* possibilitiesgood sion 392, before l-dfl. apr$.
charter boat. Phone
visitors. At 1:00 p: m. the
t Submarine Base team will nieel 1366W. apr3-6tx Comfortable attractive ...rt..

I the Fleet Sonar School: team ard menu two bcttroonw.vcmences. all
at 4:00 p. m. the Naval Air .Station White<< outside paint white enamel ,, j ....
I| Varsity will cross bats with $2.75 per gal.; lacquers clear children or dg,.. Naval e

I. the cracker-jack" group representing and colors, $3.25; and $4.15 per and wife preltrfTed. Can b*|
the U. S. S. Noa. gaL Florida tested roof coating, seen Friday. 916 Windsor Lab t;
75c per gal. Doherty & Co. 846 ." ,.*
FOR SALE Olivia cor. Packer. Phone 1597.

mar25tfGray Furnished two-bedroom apart'

I'' Frame building. 12 ft. x 40 ft. Ap- mcnt Hot water new ftlrraii...

.ply 1019 Flagler Ave., after 5 marine engine good condi- ture. Phone 51. apcft.ft.
(.\1' 'hero_ I o'clock apr73txFor tion. Priced for quick sale.

THIS APPREHENSIVE DOC=k sep* a wary,eye on the veterin- Phone an-!.!. apr6-3tx For summer comfort--One w-k

Aran.4'$;her: ix puppies. come Up for inspection at Memphis Sale-Best offer not refused: from the beach New. furnirfi.
Tenn. A ieW'mnutes later all was welL The experts decided One 14 ft. all-steel boat and Plumbing supplier, complete cd tvto-room kitchenette apartments
one all steel trailer with V8 stock. Plastic tile paints and accommodating 2 I
inoculating moothl'of
against puppies k rider six ace. The
Ford wheels both in first class brushes. Murray's Plumbing, persons.. No infants, no &R
mother and her pups were round; up ia a move to inoculate all N.W. p
shape. 62nd
Also 1532 Street Miami.
one new 7 1-2! Southwind Cotatges. 1921 3%
dogs in Memphis in drive agai inst a rabies epidemic.'Announcement. horse Mercury motor. Will sell Fla. Phone 7-3421 aprl-tf monton. 3 1U
apt :
boat and trailer without
--- motor,
or will sell all together. See Universal electric ironer, $65.00. FOR RENT ROOMS",
Two Births At': ; Mr. Lowe after 5:30 p. m.. at Apex washing machine, $ Q.00. -

Stock Island Boat Docks Stock 2313 Patterson. apr5-tf
Naval !\I Of ; Island. Light housekeeping rooms, $10 to
Hospital EtigiigemcntI apr7-2tx $15 per week. 411 WlffiMt 9.
19.41 Master De Luxe Chevrolet. nzari2-56t3'
I I r Bridge or luncheon table four Phone 395-M apr5-6tx
A ncighl pound son was born Mr. and Mrs: C. G. McCraw, chairs
in the U. S. Naval Hospital to 16-2 Pojnciana'. place announce all fold. Baby bed and Furnished room. 636 Gr ftnt.\1 St
Mrs. Margaret Burbank, wife of mattress. Baby stroller Phone Royal Endfields motorcycle, run $6.%5 single $7. 0 douMe fat
Jack D. Burbank, QM3, USS the engagement. of Mr. McCraw'ssister 657-J, 1606 Flagler Avc. less than 100 miles. Apply week. apr8 .
Chanticleer Submarine Base Miss Eunice McCraw, to apr8-2tx Haskins Machine Shop.

The'baby has been named Steven Ralph Page, BM2, Rationed. apr6-3tx MISCELLANEOUS .
AugustAn here I Coca-Cola ice box. Four doors. -
I i Miss McCrdw f Ponce's Bar-B-Q. apr8-6tx Motorola auto radios to fit all cars
eight pound son was born is a daughter of i Washers iruns, vacuums afil
to :Mrs. Hatel Urbamck, wife af the late G. A. McCraw and Ida )' from $42.50 up. Completely Installed fans repaired. O'Briaat PhwafI

Joseph T. Urbamck 1\1 SGT McCraw of St. Louis, Mo. One electric Elcctncmaster Wai Bridge Radio. 650 NW 116-1-1\L . ..l- '
USMC Submarine Base Mr. Page is'a son of Mr. and dorf stove four burners, oven 5th St. Miami mar24-lmo ,

i[ MrsP. Page of .Hazclhur. white enamel excellent condi- I For guaranteed plumbing and ;
l\.liss. - tion. Sixty dollars. Call at Electric stove apt size, $65. First- pairs. Free estimate.
Apply TirWcd : Mw. McCraw plans .a June 1100 Southard Street class condition. 715 South St. John Curry SU Margaret St,.,

L. IAIT'ap'piicati i wedding. apr8-3tx Apt. 2. apr6-3tx Phone 7&1. . .. l'sSpecialists
for ; 1
_a. marriage I ,
license was filed yesterday in the Never immerse a vacuum jugor Electric refrigerator apartmentsize 1947 Cuthman scooter, $100 Good in
office of County Jude Raymond bottle in Water. Clean bv filling first-class condition. Guaranteed condition. Apply 1123 Margaret. repairs aH wad makes.: mad Whit1 a\

R. Lord by Raymond L. McDowell. with lukc-wtum water, shaking Best offer accepted. Street apr6-5tx wringer rotts. The
'19, of the U. S. Navy, and and rinsing.A bottle brush Southwind 1321 Si monton. I Phone 1431 130 "h'a

Harriet P. Ru tll. 18, of 1509 may be used, if necessary.APPRECIATION aprS-Jtx 1935 Pontiac car. Ready cut for] Duval St [

Duncan stieet i pick-up truck. New tires, new aprl-t
For Sale-One National cash reg- eat covers, and lot of extra Dressmaking.
I To the manv. many friends who j t ist r. Original cost $1,500. Will accessories. All for $150. Also and girls' Specialize in bwyv.
Seeks Divorce clothing Alteration
sent such beautiful floral tributes'I sell for $100. William Currv's one Briggs-Stratton gas engine Mon Ue's
[ to my J*t.e"husband Haydn 11. :j' Sons Co., 611 Front Street. I' $25.00. Apply after 6 pm Fleming St Dress Sbeppe. $1.
A petition seeking a divorce:; lingworth; the numerous cards of i|,; apr8-3tx 1508 Seminary Street marf2tlI.'MOTHER'S

was-filed yesterday in the office sympathy and of Circuit Court Clerk Ross C.i 1 wish to express my deepest gratitude -i+ 1947 Harley 61. overhead Present this DAY SPECIAL -

bayer by Margaret L-.awnicki'. 1201 Olivia Street api8-3tx; One Storkline baby buggy. Eat ad with your- BxatoPilkmgton -:

against Ben La\vrucki Due to illness. it has been impossible -I cellent. condition. Call 535. Studio coupon andreceive

for me to.sendpersonal. ,, Wilcox Gay recorder and phonograph I I apr7-3tx a FREE mount IW wK
New York's world famous resi notes .of.thanks '. '. combination set. 1116 portrait This offer "expire: *

aenliaistreet called Pa!kAve. MRS. HAYDN" ILLING\VORTH. J l Watson. Street rear. j I Almost new living room set 9x12 I .' Store May 1st.Sout 1948. Evans Camera: '
named until ABMC I and
was.1,10\ iapr8-ltx _- -. apr8-3tx rug Call 54. _ apr7-4tx . Strre& .


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:; ais'; Si fFiSIiopVBeW .: cBoof'Chica Starting lineup i ,: Division Street '- Algetic ,pared and served:.by th'e':.Horn*1'] t
{ "Association
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3 i' Will'I I Economics J>ept'- under the t J STRAND THEATRE i
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1. : Beats Supervision of. Miss: .Catherine 5; AirConditionedNow; ,
For Tomorrow'sY Poinciana
Nine 12-0 Lowe. Decorations: and programs] -
(Give Formal are done Showing
: Dinner Monday being by the Art Dept. i
I BaltGame Told : In Junior Game under the watchful .eye of Miss, j "NIGHT SONG"Dana
UIAHUE xuibnv ALJ* / Y h- Joyce Wdiams. ;.j Andrews and

.. LOWS I H II I, Starting lineups for"tomorrow's The opening game of the Junior 'F9f Ethel BarrymoreStarting ;
bas NAVAL Team I Others
TEAM: :: anal [ '
.U.. 111 Tennis At baseball game,at 2.30in: municipal Softball League 'plaYed at Bay- { Sunday t
rat. Tourney view Park between Division Stand .
P ONLY THREE HITS. !, stadium between the' .Palm.:>> "ALWAYS TOGETrHmr

'...Iid4 .. AM) WL'\S htSILYBchfnd US. Navy Hospital t 1!,i Key Beach West Junior High College School".nine Conchs and j!([-yestarday.afternoon.with Poinciana a bang-fol'schools Division, started'Thewon street off pKVNER WILL- -" BE. IIS* Knights of Pytliias1The : Joyce Reynolds-Robt. Hutton I

. I' 'LIONS berts, John Solomon Connie!
the three hit II' Following are matches to be I I has been announced by. Coach.. by a total of-30.to'2: ..' CLUB'. ; -DANGBS'C Geohnng, Jim Faulconer, Morris, Rank of Knight will be MONROE THEATRE
pitching S
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plaYed Nathan of Donald Bethel'artd'Ronald Pin- t conferred at the of Showing
A, of Charlie on' the tennis courts of Pepper the locals;: AFTERWARDS meeting Key Today
14Is Albury. Bob's Sport I I the u. S. Naval Hospital l, under I I I West Palm Beach-Newell.' der made the only two runs for IN Shaggs, Judy Daughcrty Louis) West Lodge on Friday: evening. at. THE' MARK OF ZOHRO"
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.... <' Sbop walloped, the AsDevRonl I.I the direction of the hospital's Riggs : Poinciana. SchooL: Most of the PATIO i Pineda, William Pinder Mary i 8 o'clock. Tyrone Power-Linda Darnell
One from ttan :welfare p or ss; Robertson, rf; ;Division players made at least Stewart, Robert Jack Lar-
I \ Chic; 12.0 I in and rcccation ., !% Parks,
. ... Servfre League curates a ment depart Booth 2b; Jones c; ,Eisscy. If; three runs.. : t Visiting Knights are invited. t Starting Sunday
., J held yesJ Proctor cf; Scwcll Ib; Hamrich < Monday at Z P. M. in the Lions sen; Billy Osterhoudt. Charles "LA OTRA-
J Itrday afternoon at the Subrnar4 Doubles-Captain Thomas M. ssor p.Key. Division Street quite. outclassed, \'Cl( b'Qn Seminary Street the Key Perez. Jack Smith, Buddy Wil- { J. WINFIELD RUSSELL. !' Dolores Del Rio-Agustia Irusta
\Jt .jtyl = -W. A> ru f rrasmi\h,.Jr.. (MQ;) USN. Lieutenant West-Beaver Poinciana in this game but will .West liams John I Secretur.If' Jos Bavicra J
I who had Paul W. ss; Solo- be a team to' watch during'the : ; High School Athletic: Association Cerezo, Robert Soper y *
perfect Travis : ,
1.. i trot aU' aftetneu was never roo. USNR. vs. W. R. Moore.,SI((ChCR. USN) .Flcitas.mon, 3b; Angueria H1 enbotham 2b;' Perez' cf; season for theyhave some good:; will give: a formal dinner Nancy; Lane, Henry Gardner, Spanish Picture
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threatened. lie .truck out nine 'and IL E. Ricks HM, USN. is, If; Albury rf 'Castillo p;. Lew players :who need more practiceand and dance,honoring the fol- Donald Beaver, Rosemary Kerr. .- ---
t.Dt r and Issued one free pass. Lt. K. Devine and J. E. Shad-I The West'Palm; lb. training. lowing groups. Horacio Castillo Joe Louis Maggie I _ >. ___ __ _ J
ax f.b bury yielded two hitsin The Iley. HM. USN vs. Lt. Comdr. R. College is undefeated Beach;sQ-far Junior this Donald Cruz was the winning The Boys Varsity Basketball Kerr, Mario Branle>. Ralph i i iHcnnquez . - .... .
-. fourth and one In the fifth, but B. Hanchett and C. Harrington..season in school competition. pitcher for Division Street and Team. ; The Girls Varsity Basketball Mary Lumley. Era- )
.' 'la ,each instance, he struck out HAil, USN. They have played Donald Bethel, the loser, for Team; The Boys Junior sto Perez, Bernard Kaplm, i
, the net better to kill the inning. Singles-Lt. J. Sportsman vs.'I game with the West an Palm exhibition Beach Poinciana. Varsity Basketball Team; 'The Beatrice Dementt John Bus to, J

... Bob's Sport Shop which ITPfe- R. L. Searcy Jr; HM, USN: Indians in the Florida. International Division Street cheering sec- "A1 team only. of the. Cheer.. Robert Miller, Antonica Smith HOMEOWNERS p
. . toll. the Civilians in the league 'I Chief Henderson vs. H. Leaguel: tion was out in full force with leaden Fred Bryant Ann Doughtry, I<
bit coated to their second Vaughn HM, USN W.I many yells for their players. Invitations are being sent out Peggy Collins Beverly Parker, !'
tee victory. They broke loose straights for*1 Lt. (jg) D. W. Call N;. C liar.rmgton Electrical manufacturers. Poinciana rooters had much spirit ,to people who have'helped with Shirley Papy, Marilyn Bennett. i
I\\( .i Uree runs in the second Inning HM1, USN. .I temperatures as l report for their team but were greatly the high School athletic program. '!1 Coach Nat Pepper will act as!!
gh..as. degrees
with two away, Jack Villareal ll![ Lt. P. W. Travis vs. S. P. Aquil- Fahrenheit inside j outnumbered. Among the guests'expected are: master of ceremonies and' after I
alit out a hit and Joe Domcnenh inn HM USN. _. tubes. X-ray Saturday morning. at 10 o'clock Mayor A. Maitland.:Adams Supt. thedinner music 'will! be furnished :
followed( } with a double. - --.-.,. Division Street will play Harris i of schools-WlHard Albury by Jackie Drudge and his .

.-. Ba/ber, chased Domenech George across ., ... ... ................ ............ ....... .......r.............. 1 School in the second league game.: Ii Member of rjhe School.,Board Hot Spots. Dancing will be on j! Here is ONE ,POST'.WA1REVOLUTIONARY \
t y plate with a ItttfImin single The field at Bayview Park has which include tDr. Fred Carbo- the patio. The diner is being pre- HONK. n
td )left., Barber cored moment* Political An been reserved on Wednesday afternoons -" nell Carlyle "Itob rtso Mrs. Ting-: IMPROVEMENT' Your *
f31Iii., later when Ward overthrew first. noimcements and Saturday mornings ler.Mrs. RSse-MiUex;Mrs Pearce ._ -- .:t I Windows Porches. Doors.
I Bob put the .game on ice in DEMOCRATIC for these games. Mr.-Horace t Q'B"ry' ;.Principal of t::)/:._ - _ A I : x" I
! the"flf1h frame,,hen they ral.I ARY, MAY\ : 4, 1948; The .Junior Softball League is High:.SchooV-.Jack, Seners..'.Mrs. -- After more than 100,000 installations .

lied. for seven rune. Doubles """" ""''''''''''' ......................................... .........:...... under,.the supervision\ of the City Herita Stone-Girls Basketball V :: and 12 years:ol research :r<
byAeevf' kv .Recreation .Department in coop- Coach' Mrs. Senile C.Papy; Mrs. TONIC : I and development, we now sin i:!
Roberts. Villareal For Governor I' '
)(I.- ODd Doroenech! sparked the rally. For County Commissioner.' eration with the Public Eekmen- Thompson >oseT"of.:. School iMt VMM....._*rit.f Navy.4r... offering _the new'_apd'4ettcj. (

of: ;They added two more in the scv- COLIN ENGLISH Fifth.District* tary Schools x>f Key West. Mr. dances. Miss WtUiams,' ArfDepLDirector. pl.. .Wlwa. .l -Ie.W ,1..pI.vh..dr..le aariR. original patented,_.v :::= _

, enth on VillarcaTi'third hit a EDNEY. PARKERFor Albert- Carey! Poinciana principal i .' Miss.Catherine'Lo.we- '.'. 4N -..N :' :
;u IWder's choke, and AlburyV sinfile. For Governor Mr: Earl Hamilton; Division Home EC. Dept..-Director' Mr. ".. . .1'948. MODEL r !
1. W...A. SHANDS County Commissioner i Street principal and Mrs. Jane Jones-Asistant' Coach.,and Joe :;::;:;: -1.19 = PERMANENT'ALUMINUM- INTERLOCKING
a' Hopkins. Whidden of the City
04 ': Jack 'Villareal had perfect Fifth District" Allen president 'of the Lions-
111J" til/,a( the plate with a double (BILL) I W: Rccrea.tionDepartment, are members Club. * r-- | = LOUVER Adjustable; .5-iu.1 COMBINVTION:
a/d? two singles. Charlie Albury For I of the governing board as The guest speaker of the evening ; .OUTSIDE VENETIAN BLIND FULL MIEW AWNING
hoj State Comptroller advisors to the Junior League. will Earl TAdams..
oa be.
t.a pitched, but batted histeam' For \jI STORM. SHUTTER VENTILATOR
to EDWIN G. FRASER Superintendent The students have GARDNER'S -PHARMACY -'
4 victory. Albury banged following PROWLER GUARD
ctfl. .three singles (in four I Public. Instruction: SOFTBALLGAMES I been invitedGaley : i 1114 Division SU Cor. Varela
trips f11
Installed outside screen frames and adjusted :
k on :
tM. >e pjate.YThe For State Comptroller WJLLARD M. ALBURY, Sweeping Ernest Saw- I PHONE 177 . FREE DELIVERY,
I closed
I the inside with windows opened or
box rore: (Incumbent) = \ yer, Ann. Wellons. ,..Hilburn, Ro-
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: Bob's Sport Shop For Superintendent

- Baker Vinson.* M..rAD, rf rf 2 20000 R II I PO 0 0 A E 0 F Circuit Court Judge HORACE Public. . Instruction 0 O'BRYANTFor .. _'. ,: J TONIGHT-. BAYVIEW(NIGHT"PLAY PARK) Sun and Storm I (CiY11EWsaxct: \ s

(Group One) ALL METAL
F s Saq oa. M of 0 0 I
1 I GAME Kantor's
JIRST.: MepsShop .
.tr WILLIAM A. Bill Superintendentof -: : Mast -m
- Arctcdo. Ib of I 2 S 1Roberts ( ) HERIN vs. USS.: Gilmore. WNINGSWhin
. .{ c -- of 1 I 9 II1ctnabdtz. Public Instruction SECOND GAME NAS vs. 1\ Trained Engineers --and Estimators Arc Available
_ I- 3b ._ of 1 I I 3 For Circuit Court Judge MELVIN E..RUSSELL. I Adams Dairy' / 1" I Without,Cost vr Obligation to You
.. \: Villareal. 2b 33333 Group 7 (Monroe County) OPEN-I*'* A Distinctive /Iivmn* Authorized Dealer

; Domenech. If 2221,0 Incumbent For Member School Board. ("ATHLETES> >; TOOT=: GERMfONC When:CLOSED../&'. A Perfect Storm Shutter I --.-KEY WEST-

- st. .:ct! 1.0 0 0 OAlbury For State Attorney GERALD H,.ADAMS: l'. d\iXpUR\ 3 5p BAG Finished" In Gleaming. Enamel-Your Choice of Colors, 123' DUVAL STREET (2)
.. p. of I 3 0 If I td. caned. .'ii:" 'tSiiiA. lHttr; M s 4'v+ " Monogram or Design.Simple
\ GLENN C. MINCERReelection ." For (Member School:Board_ 4!i"1P!:)": ';i."T. .Attt'U.| T. u.'muM . ,to-;; Perat. FHA Terms Model on Demonstration CALL 1042. for ESTIMATES
air ': i:diSM}L'drh L--
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1\1\ .VTo&aU: & 34 12 13 21:10fk. : Fourth District i. .' ti UUN1V.'tuuc.-WrJ t. nsarPeachedf$4 IqllC'd>:T.U.DBROS 614 GREENE ST. \

t .: ., Asdevrotf"_ On*"'V *" 1 JULIO CABANAS," JR. ( ''''' '' ''' tT V" Ph ONE 4 __ _u .._
.... For State AttorneyWEBSTER 1 < ____ 'Z..:.:;.....:... _
::4.PUyer- AD R II PO AUitdebnndt. c M tCn; :. 7v .(tlixi l. : Phoaa.for FREE EstimateS : 7

.-" ss" 3 0 0 1 2 G. WALLACEFor For Member School(Board :-.-. .40"- .,""- '",,, _II '%:.IKANTORSU II
D n<.., 2b 20133 I I Fourth District I .
J FulKf.; 3b 3 0 I 0 I State RepresentativeFor ISADORE WElNTRAUB : 1;.,;;- .J' ,.:1.1' r. rg .

Ji Nichols, IfCvlcnun. 3 00.20 Re-nomination I .

Ib 3 0 010 1 BERNIE C. PAPY t t.C 1 For Clerk of Criminal Court I MiktPffRS : :
\. ( rfUcAleer. 3 0120 4 i- t II
1 cf 3 0011Schumacher For State RepresentativeMILTON r i C.. .SAM :B., CUjtRYFor ; r.: :., II '

{ Damwiis.. e 20021: A. PARROTT I .Jlf D _
. 1 Clerk of Criminal Court I j1ir
. ,,Werd. 4* "p __ (Mickey) i! HARRY, DONGO<;>> )uvncw .'

t I"l TotaU24 0 3 21 13 I !
s E. For State RepresentativeTOM I Fon Supervisor i of
V: F-ore by innings: R. II. a

Bob 030 070 2-12 13 1ADcvRon O.. WATKINS Registrat ottr. .. .
*. ; 000 000 00 3 5 JOHN ENGLANDFor st .
e /ErrftW. mld brandt 2. DcRosc, For Sheriff 1T'Eat I

; i ii Uemanis. Ward Santana; runs- FRED O. EBERHARDT Judge,Juvenile. Court ..' SPRING t .
batted-In: Acc\cdo 2, Ilerrundcz. DAVID E. McCURDYFor .
i P .'VillarcaU Doincncch 2, Barber.ArangOt . For Sheriff t} U .

i :. ,, : Albuo; Villarcal two-base Dom-hits: RAFAEL H. FERRER j Judge Juvenila.Court, i I .
J Accvedo.' Roberts. ,
,, ) \vedo.\tiuui Villareal.Dob's 5. AkDevRon Garcia; left One on 4; For Sheriff Justice of Peace ..".;-S ',:. .hP ,Me-ca .pktesWnafn..eNYrlak !I ..
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First District '. .. ; ; ettef octovoool p>ec i.e .
sacrifice hit: Santana; struck out: ALTON GOEHRING \ I .
" IRA F. ALBURYFor : **:oj" Hoar covvnHflt-corplry-mgv-Ka Ward 2 baM on
by Albury 9. by ; ("Dutch") : <;::- -,:'IQ .
off Albury 1 1. off Ward 3: He-election -): ... a1. .
balls 1-
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IT :.i....... .Drape.w.-e."a.-bedspreads-shp. !
4: Ward! 2 losing .
wild pitches: ; For Sheriff ( .. rS I
.j pitcher: Ward; winning pitcher! EVERETT R. RIVAS I! For Justice of Peace -i ioII.-t.PuIPy1.sfa.e,1.l.-Sy. \. .

Ibury; umpire: Cl-ik Villdreal First Distriet _a H>*ool sedan for MX herd-o-fit.OEBUCK i .

and Mi-Ghee; scorer: Caitancda; For Sheriff PAUL BOYSENFor UJ .

Umo of game: 1.33. BERLIN A. SAWYERFor f this .

Justice of Peace .
11)C Tra urm.tion" by Ita- AN CO U
pliael has been called the "fiutpicture Second DistrictMYRTLAND "ESSIE"Garnet .
I .
In the world. For Sheriff CATES ;
JOHN M. SPOTTS WOOD and FLEMING STREETS Phone 1 1560I Ot'",.Bib! TAt paws are nov king; made ..
',I.lI"" For Justice of Peace I .

For Clerk of Circuit Court I Second District _ U by a guy in an Essfcy Shirt. .

Five i Local tllctc EARL R. ADAMS ROY HAMLIN A "Limelight"; 'eee.eeeeee"Elerrtrls .

To InMiami For Clerk of Circuit Court I For Justice of Peace ; : HATS S :

{:, ;Key RegattaFlva 'Westers" will For FRANK County BENTLEY Tax Assessor. SAMUEL> Second R.( District SILBERMANSAM) Brown to*i While 1 I L -* / A'l::;:; 'l'l"The 0 STRAWS. PANAMAS 0 U


di compete ia the Miami Biscayneregatta. CommissionerFirst I For Constable Make Walking Store of Beautiful Lingerie" t A .
They are Bob Ikerd. County First District 619 DUVAL STREET: PIU :\E 1339:
District I
Ttttraa racer. who has per-. CARL J. INGRAHAMFor : :
.' fonned.throughout the counIkwd JOE ALLEN A Delight Largest Assortment SWIM TRUNKS
II'J' ConstableFirst
wUl represent the For County Commissioner 4 .
Island City Outboard Club First District District - I '
ia abt .E Class 'piloting the J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER HARRY H. JOHNSONFor note FeaturingChildren's I : :
'. . edT "'PaI.otbn'X. w ; \sonealltiful SHIRTS
.? ; participeJlng ConstableFirst
t Weslers For County CommissionerFirst I Hose ; tii
; are Johnny Baker. District .
District Short
; Tedder and : and Long Sleeves! :
-* Bell Julius C. FLONEY PELLICIER j
..* Hensca. Baker placed W. C.SUGAR( ) SWEETINGFor -.- All Styles . Featured in /

:-'third in last ,.ear'. race. and For ConstableFirst >> Batiste. Crepe and Silk I I : :
,jht will b. gunning for top County Commissioner DistrictBENJAMIN MODERATELY PRICED :/ '1! Sport
DistrictCLARENCE i :! { I
.honor this weekend. Third ROSEBOOTERY .
Baker will be in the -Deacon HIGGS J.. PIERCE ii

..and Vi ll"i Henson Tedder Bell in the thex the"Dmg"'Hogan.->ucbeas.Dong" For. County. Fifth District Commissioner For(Bennie Constable) i i 3Tgct: : /Lf:),) i : TROPICAL WEIGHT :

. Other members of the Key WILLIAM G. CURRYFor First District t ;Yy I
'.West Outboard Club ac on>- BERNARD. H. WAITE Prices .
All Types Styles
the racers ares Dr. "The Only X-Ray Shoe t : :
ploying Commissioner .
Hensen. County ..
J.Fred W.Caiboaell.Alligood. Elmo Bill Malone! Fifth District For Second Constable District Fitters in Key West" Featuring . I j FORMALSMENS


KeWar.. Otis Carey. Howard D Cor. Healing ..St.i i l SKIRTS -- KANTOR'S
Jacob>> I
Santana. Commissioner
Cook. Jarry County Constable
y J.'"' Faialdo. A. J, Johnsoa. I Fifth District Second District Opposite La Concha Hotel I .... See Our Windows for Styleeeteeeeeeeeeeeteteeeeeeeeeeee --i: J

i ,, ;ill"" JOE JOHNSON CHARLES G. PAPY: .ee*.e.*.e.eeeee* I" .. . . irIIUIU . . . . UU



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(f Br JACK X.OCHER 'i :b> Iras FAUSTO' :8' ;' I
'There'i the Barn s .
f j. another hit at I 1 ..
Theatre this week tho third sue I j jrfessive Navy: Wives Club n Y r., w i : .' ;
one this season. It .'; the j : : . :
I Rnlyn Williams murder drama.I't. Elected Officers. .t' ;
ight Must Fall" and it is fol-1' : : '
1 lowing in the successful footsteps.\ .Nayy:Wives Club. No. 88. held j ? ftEMING ST. at Simonjon Street t TELEPHONE 48 XI
oJ| "You Can't Take It With You"j
a pd "The Drunkard," which m-1'la I special business meeting yes- :-: ; 1. .,. .,
I, [ it the :: terday at which time they held _' > ; > ;
il cdiately preceded on oro- _ _ r..tD'E'L'VERY'< .
dVctiun schedule. of the Key West their semi-yearly .elections. _''" F Y t$+ Sft [ .t< SE'R"V'CE .. ..
t Players: po. !|"I Newly elected officers were: s S "-, . .-.. ..
: I Along with the gaity and the'President,. Vera Woods: vice i i #'k- RcsetTCtbe- Limit On All Advertised Item ..... <' .
I Right to Quantities 'i.i '
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Bush 'of WJCcew that mark the:!! president Dorothy Bickel; ,.recording 'ti11;;x' r '
I performance of the play at the I|r secretary, Jayne Sears; t . ;. : .
Barn leech evening, there is a ''corresponding secretary,. ,Mary' fUn! CONCORD .
I touch of sadness too. as the 1947-!! Hayes; treasurer, Jeanne Reynolds :.1
: 49 season of the Players draws i'| :". parliamentarian Edith : '
to au ]1osl;. Actors and staff: jnenv j f,I Clark L r S I
: bers who have worked toetherckaa1y Committee chairmen appoint-I tw Westfield Maid G RAP E J U I ( E Pt. Btl.STOKLRYS t 2Sc I
J and happily for months ed were Publicity Lou Bigrove;I t l \
f will ge their-eparate way when 1?: program. Francis Schummeyer; & TV &
; this play ends some to the North. finance; Susan Irwin Point Alice I '
same merely to their daily life Behl;'refreshments Olive Curtis; No.. 2 Cans HARVEST PRIDE No. 2 Six
nn ey West and others to Navy pin, lona Aiken; welfare Anna- 1 I
i j ":"assignmentj perhaps on the other bell Meyers. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 2 f for 13c I TOMATOES . . . .. can 14cMbrrs
side; of the world. This particular Three new members were ta
J )group of amateur theatre enthusiasts ken into the club. They were "
.. who have made this i i i June Travis Kathleen Abenante : ) TODAY'S : No. 3 Site

i Ii; I will season certainly such a never memoragle again be one&:;-, ;;i,,: and Mizpah lona Pierce Aiken.was voted in as S A.rf E JUICE . . . . qt 17c Cream-Style ,CORN..can: 19c I IAssorted. S
i sembled at the Barn Theatre to an honorary member. '
worJt.their.dramatic magic. 1 Refreshments brought and5eJ"11ed
I j I In Packages A. & B. 1-lb. Sue
However the Key West Players .by hostess for afternoon '

{ the past.will go Next on Fall as they.a nucleus, have of in i Mary Hayes.Groundice. I Assorted: CEREALS,. 2 for 25c CORNED, 'BEEF HASH .can 27c I

the present Players will gather I]I is. ice formed in
newcomers and put on more'shews ''Arctic"regions i by the freezing of .< . . ,
In the growing traditionof the lower !layers of masses: of !\
tAP ATl-cptiptQI
the &group.: Each year promises !water in contact-with the cold
Improvement arthe.experf. '!1 sea.floor.. HOWARD LANG., IS ;(tighJ).who has entered '. plea of guiltyin Flavors J ,LlO. Each 5CARMOUR'S
I ence of previous seasons mount) ; the slaying of a.s seTen-year-old playmate, reads a selection ei KN9X
and the fame of the organization :1 our.group,- -In the''cast are seen comic,books I spreads in ever-expanding rip Ruth Newton. Paul Baron, Barbara youth had testified t'a .pre-sentencing' hearing that he was i _
ples. Key Westhas something1 .--Bunn Ann Carleton Faye addicted t
to lurid comic .books and crime and mystery; morie -4-Pound Sue DENNISON- .
: of|which-- to be extremely proud: Roberts David Newton Ludwig 'a '
Lang told judge in Chicago he remember.d no details of the
Ia-this amateur dramatic society IJ .Guesette Lorraine. Pepper and slaying .. BJEEF: TRIPE . . . can 45c CATSUP. '. .. . 12-oz.: til.t 19c
and the support of the public hasp,Guy. Carleton who is also the. I I.w
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meant and will continue to mean director the show. -- -- -- -
I much to it. !! PO.I it-is hail and,farewell' the .(. .; '. ,_ Large Size
3To return to the present if,Barn.Theatre Duval street .
you have not seen "Night Must r thi-T.: week; hail, to another theatrical -; You Always Do Better When You Shop atARCHER'S I S P :: . .ee. 2 med bars2 c SANI-FLUSH.:.r .. .eeecan 19c
1 Fallplan to do so before it >trijijnph and farewell .to :
Clo*c-j on Saturday night. You'the winter, season-of. 1947-48 fop '
I will see why audiences alter- the ,Key:West PJayers.' see.you ARGO GLASS Large Package t
pately smile and scream as the '''iri the,'fiO 1t of the, 'Barn .. .
I presentation unfolds and why we Theatre 'along row'about,next October sr H. .. . . 8-oz. box 5c SUPER SUDS.. e. . . 35c
r Of;the players are so proud. _of ;.':,::. SEMI-SELFSERVICE; MARKET -. h I
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'' Yes ..;youll really love this nt ., heads
2Y2 .to 4 Ih. LETTUCE 2 29c EGGS. ( OZ. 59c
t =,. ciliaI'or.of.the.Month for ,- m. CHICKEN. ; Average .. 45C . . . .
April.And to will the whole CX'tltIUfIt.LltZlueJ.
," family;Your Sealtst Dealer has i itH 1 :,AND JERSEY'. Fgttcx'''ffoi"ci In Carton: f/nrmci I

(I. '. i io the convenient. .Pint 'Package.: << POUND 1QMA TOES. lb. 23c SLICED BACON lb. 590

I ....'., . SLICED BACON 49'' .
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STOP and1S' Of.at NU MAID" ',: .OLEO 34 . .

WINGLEE S FOOD ; Perk Loin CHOPS 'or'.J'' 'LB Extra Heavy Beef. ,''POUND J .'S;;': '- Grade **A" Western BFEFPOThTOES. 'I

'I'Duval: aril .'. '. PIIOr CENTER, ROAST .. 47. Chuck Roast 44c . : ibs- 29c POT. ROAST . lb. 590

( Angela S18. ', 94 : Libby's CORNED BEEF Borden's EVAPORATED Delivery AvailaWr, Furnished by B.&R. Delivery Service I
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Libby's FRUIT No. 2Y2 Can Libby's No. 2 Size

i. i I t'.' A Complete .Assortment of :l' COCKTAIL. PEAS 2 cans 29c

l !: Staple and Fancy Groceries, !! Libby's Grapefruit No. 2 Size Peter Pan Peanut 12-Oz.

: ; i Meats i JUICE cans 13c BUTTER jar 33c t

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Fruits and Vegetables /:i Fancy FRUITS and, VEGETABLES '


r I LEE'S RESTAURANT ORIENT of 4:i I ,. Each' IQc! 1 10 IBs. 49c I'' .,
us...r P.rrn Dw..1 G STRKET MlrrrtOwned . PricesCOISSISTENT ..:,,: Large Juicy DOZEN Large HeadLETTUCE !

and Ice Onratd rfumilyTk by the . WITH <.i I l t ORANGES. . .25c, 2 for 19c
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: DINNERS: houMwive Who' demand 1: eNOW ;
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Buying;HERE.'. !I 3 Grocery METAL CARRIER
We Cater to Parties.Weddinci .
[, : and Banquets .'"Delivery' Available i The Store That Serves You BesC '" i .,,1 "-- -Every Big Baltic Serves YQW 12 Delicious Ounces--
1 ; . ._ Furnished! by B. & B. Service"Our j 814.Fleming' Street Telephone 67.
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THURSDAY. APRIL 8, 194?. .i "
THE_ KEY WES.T'qnz: FN_ PAGE SE YBLitt1e.Theater'Group f

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it,. .::. WRECKS. PLANES.. N'EA fT'SAVANNAHvr fDnlice I

V ToPresent- Show 'Soon ,t---..-.. .. > <" t".' ".... . ........_.. -. ..-- ...' yttt -. -.. ,... 'J ",.. ,, ,"' t 1- A spring festival dance win I R EC h'bp 1

BETTY[ AND DOn SIMP:i4: 't" ; ; \ <:_, .' j. ', v : . b* held 2t the NCCS,on Wedn> J
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t t.N._ ', I, [rd8ya April |H. Music will be'prorvidedi1byArent -j
SON WILL APPEAR AS WOJ1la ,1' :t Sjursen and his

Y-fUF"T: STARS I Sees.Man """ '.' ,. I Orchestra from !9) p. In. to 11'
IN REA ; I .
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VUE |1 Blow Sdf To Bits t Plans have' been? ,, made for a
Y f I colorful decorative scheme and
musical revue entitled -rh; P.oANQKE, Va.-With .f.-: |musical entertainment. The coin r .
Palm Wand Frolics of an a wom I in charge of arrangements I
1MB", will comparrtpn looking on and I ftnittee
to the ] Betty Lou Caring.Edith. .I
bript Club Driftwood plpading with him
in not to do it,f '
KnuckNetta Valdez, Bird-
a few weeks the talented Little; William B. Straightiff 31, placed { ,,; !
Theater Group of the ,:a stick of ie Lou Low v .Betty Johnson,;
Armed t .
dynamite in his belt ,
I' VEguifKaufrhann, ME2; AnthonyWifucci
SrryinrJ.YMOA."a and blew
i j himself to bits in : i
rn their new chow production.' alley U MM2; and C. J. Scheme CARLOS'i iI I
near! his
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number from their home. -
"Say It With. "!lest Smile Forward"past performancec. .'1 I: Holes utere blown in the woman"s' '1 x 1 1v Hollowed. Southern pine logs,I 805 FLEMING Corner William STREET Street PHONE '76 \I
"HyrV clothing -
To by the blast set off still sound '
in condition
and good
Music" and Tim put For Rhy.thm" ', by a detonator and flashlight, bat. believed:; to have been laid atm We Handle ONLY the Best WESTERN MEAT I
will be put together to teries. about the time Washington D.-C. Grade'of
foam one grand colorful musical WE-J founded, probably in 1802, to REEF 0PORK LOINS ROAST CHOPS I
revue Betty it and was Bob announced today. I''Robbed I NineYear I(serve as pine. log water main,( eVEAL Steaks Cutlets and Chops '

dance instructors Simpson of the talented Baron-:I ., ..,.. .. ',have recently been unearthed.:. I I O Grade "A" T-BONE STEAKS
School) of Dance will be guest!! Old Girl i II *ALL INGREDIENTS for SOUSE
tan. Bitty will be seen in her! CAP TV'lrepnotoi HOTS !i Breakfast BACON BUTTER CHEESE EGGS
fan number", the two of them I i 1 r LOS ANGELES.-Mary Elizabeth A FREAKISH WIND STORM wrecked these planes at Hunter Field near Savannah Ga. They - I Complete Line of BIRDS-EYE Frozen Foods
will dance
a very spirited samba were owned by civilian Fresh FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Hunter 9, had been The! storm was an off-shot of the tornado that blew from
just southwestern
with the Palm Island Girls forming ; up -
<< the Simpsons will team up with grandmother, Mrs. Gussie Tyson. pie were marooned by flash floods accompanying the tornado. iI I I
,Finder, director and they were on their way to NU.MAIL OLEO
Gerry of the]1 I Are yo.gotag thru the functional
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in waltz number the shopping district'when a ---' -- -- mMdlB-aga1 period peculiar to worn- I
a to
group' OUt Waltz.," assisted by purse-snatcher tore.the.litle girl's WILL YOU SMILE? en Buffer(38-52 from yrm.hot)? Jlaahes Doe this. feel make to nerTmit you- i., COMPLETE
from,her band and ,higb-ctrung.tired?Then to try 1
purse rippedher '
th .chorus. t LINE of
j Lydia t K. FlnkhknVs Vegetable Com QUICK
W. C. Stalling, talented tenor i dress as he fled. Then the I-MONROE. MARKETw TELEPHONE 411 pound to relieve ucb symptom! FROZEN FRYERS
Wm. FlnUuun'B Compound alo nu what & .
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from, bn-Sub. esc.-wUl be heard i I N.:Knowles Prop. Doctor call tomac&lc tonic eflectl 1 I CUT-UP READY for tha FRYING PANi
in vocal f numbers and will also TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS! 533' William Street' : at the Corner of r is.w .. .000.' -
PINKHAM'S wow an
appear with the Town Tunes ters,I! (Know America) Egg Beater SOUTHARD STREET .-. LYDIA--.. -L .-- - - __ - __-&. I
vocal r post of the Theater Group.' Ilka Chase,' radio 1 i t t Here you will find the foods that. to -- ------- -- - -- -- .. .. .- . - -- -. ;',
author go make .
Lovtly Doreen Cruz,blues vocalistfcax -i:i commentator : She 'F. 0 lks' your - =- ;; .: - :
l_ was something of meals
born in .New York 43 a vamp, a success. THEY ARE THE BEST, QUALITYat
neveral new tunes on tap years'ago. \ so they transferred her from i the LOWEST PRICES consistent '
I f f with trend of the market.
for the listening audience. TheMello !, Mary Pickford oldtime :actress haberdashery to woodenware. in
Aires vocal trio with the'Theater producer born in Toronto; Canada the basement.. : i
Group will have their ,*55 years ago. "Don't see many flirts down and MEATS\ :ISM.ITH'S
toot in the) .vocal line also. t do "
S njaHennie. akating champion here you Marie? asked the
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Mr.. Hinder- who is also' program' .i >; born in Norway. 35 years .floorwalker. : FRUITS and VEGETABLES
director of the YMCA, announces i j I ado. "Naw; ths only interesting _
the- show will be"staged)'; U. S. Senator Dennis Chavez of i thing I've seen was a potato; TABLE GRADE*
to defray cost of sending the 1 I New Mexico; born,at Los'Chavez !,masher. NUUMAD :5 :
Group''to the Veterans,, Administration -I N..M, 60 years ago. 1 I, OLEO I GROCERY
Hospital at Coral Gables.At .1 I Henry,A. Scandrett of Chicago i Subscribe to' The Citizen.
tJw.pital., the Group will retired president of the Chicago, .
J do _Y'fal ward shows' and one I!I Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific I -.---- - ------- :

in the main patients.auditorium for theambulaUfry' I 72 R. years R, born'ago.at Fairbault Minn, i'. ___ .... . __ '_ '_ .... --. L ,.- .- . . I s 1201 Comer WHITE' of Catherine STREET Street HASTINGS. Proprietor C. SMITH' PHONF/ 28 I

Farther., information"\ concerning Dr,Albert Z. Mann of St. Paul
I. the date :"and a rompJt"te'pro- Minn. noted Methodist clergy: it j ji
tram will appear in The Citizenat manx born in Fairland. Ind., 61
sister/ date._ years ago.
Dr..Claren e M. Hincks of New QualityVICTOrRY NU MAID CLOVERBLOOM
*. TODAY'S York and Toronto Canada. noted i Meat Department GRADE "A" MEDIUM
-ANNIVERSARIES psychiatrist born in Ontario, ,
I Canada. 63 OLEO
.. (Know Amulca) I Frank Shay years of ago.Cape Cod !j hop at Smith's for lst-Quality Meats EGGS deL 59c
ins:-Lewis Morris. New York Mass- bookman and author born Any Cut. Cuban or American Style .
: In Cartons
signer: ;of the Declaration of Independence. : in East Orange N. J., 60 years
knowing it meant ruinto ago. LB 3 4c Your Last Chance to Get This Quality
-his princely estate, born ''Margaret Ayer Barnes of Chi- GROCERIES 1028 DivisionStreet Phone 1D80 MEATS 5. at.OUR LOW PRICE PICNIC 4 to -lb. AT*. t

Uorrisania.,. N. Y. Died Jan. 22 cago.V novelist, born there' 62jrearag07 CREAMERY' POUND SLICED .BREAKFAST ..
n_. > ( -. . : i HAMS LB.45c .
1133-David < } ? R. Mun- EPROM
Philadelphia instrument soak"athematician- roe; wartime commander of the FR I BUTTER_ 8Se B Ii. CON
er,. astronomer, South Atlantic Force born in DELIVERY! WESTERN BEEF RIB
ands patriot born there. Died Waco.. Tex,,62 years. ago. = w
June'24,, 1796. .. I COURTEOUS SERVICE! I Grade 4A' Western M>.59c Roast IB. 59c
H. Welch famed .
1850-WUliam American colleges and universities -
Johns.Jlopkins pathologist- whoseservices I' have' secured some ,$100- NBCCrackers I 1 T-BON E
to humanity were many.000,000 worth of land. buildingsand DISPLAY Lean MeatySPARE POUND SKINLESS
and'great, born in Norfolk, Conn.j .equipment through the Surplus : ,
Died April 30. 1934.1169Harvey { Property Utilization sectionof 1 Steaks 69c RIBS 49c' Franks IB. 39c t
W. Cushing .the U.S. Of fice.pf Education.
famed brain Burgeon of his day,I SPEC IALS .
born-in Cleveland. Died in New I r

Haven 1811-WUliam; Conn. Oct.Turner 7, 1939., noted I Your Groc SELLS. That Cood LIBBY'S NO. 2>/. CAN 4f S llB.rah 27c ; Nabisco FIG NEWTONS 2 ice, 35c

Catholic University philosopher STAR BRAND .
Buffalo. N.Y. bishop born in Ire Fruit Cocktail 35c = MOTTS Quart Site BUSH'S BEST Large No. JVi Size
land.1W7:Died'Walter'July Connolly 10. 1936. screen I ?std CUBAN COFFEETry LIBBY'S CORNED BEEF SUPER I.argeN0.2 I APPLE JUICE btl.] 15c HOMINY . . can 15c
star, 'born in Cincinnati DiedMay. A Pound Today- 33c
.28,.1940. Pkr. LARGE SIZEPRUNES
_ __ - --- ----- -- I HASH . CAN 29cYACHT SUDS H Garden Basket ALL-GREEN Large No. 2Vt S

I GRAPEFRUIT wart B . 1-lb. pkg. 19c Asparagus Spears can 29c

., : 2 NO.2 13c 33 BLEACH uoltie 13c'PETER MOTTS No. 2 Size I rNa

. CANS S Six
\0 I 29ci
I ,Illiill.lMilsI ) PAN Y' 12-02. JAR BABO . 2 cans 21ciEEFY cans TOMATO\ JUICE can 15c*
Extra Standard No. 2 Size

I '4eaer Peanut Butter. 33c 1 TOMATOES\ 2 tins 27c LARGE PKG. '.

DOG.ISugar 1 SUNSWEET Full Quarts SUPER SUDS . . 35c

-. | PRUNE JUICE 2 qts. 49c

I 5 Ibs. 41c1 FOOD 3 cans- 19c ii;;, DOLE'S No. 2 Size RINSO e. . I%) k b ff. 3P ac-

r I I Pineapple JUICE can 20c .
e VEL plig.33c'
. . 19.
LIBBY'S I c.H.B. TOMATO 14-Oz. Size

.... I SILVER cow. PLUM Ifi-Ounce j i CATSUP . . 2 btls. 35c E. Z. LIQUIDSTARCH 33 BLEACH
Milk 3 39c1 Quart Size
CANS I II E DEL MONTE No. 2"2 Size Tuart

i . PRESERVES 23 I PEACHES 29c Bottle 19 c 2 I))1 I s. 25 c
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+ i. I GRADE "A" LARGEEGGS i KEYSTONE Quart Size ARMOUR'S In Package i

;' "fIf..; I .; ,:1': I .1 I| CRAPE JUICE btl.t] 39c SHORTENING 3 tbs. 99c I INO

-aI. ....'/ DOZ. 59c
.. -- RINSO 2 Small 29c i MAXWELL HOUSE' LIMIT ]Ib PKuge .

I..t., ." ..}I.... '- 1 IN CARTON Pkgs. 1!1 I i COFFEE . . . Ib. SIc JELL0..3 for 25c

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different.'And tbat. .
exiting and Hellmann's Red J-:" to.t ". j I i= A Complete Line of CAROLINA r
eiaetly what .. .t HOMEMADE PURE POUND '- U..S.NaI

soaps UamonalM spread. will on do sandwiches In sauces, and and I,, . I iofeourseonsalads. Pork 45c TENDERIZED POUNDS QrE! b YAMS 1 . 3 ]Ibs, 29c Potatoes 5 Ibs. 23c
Being real may- : Sausage PicNic; Hams 55c *
......we.not Just"salad. dressing." "7It:" -= | FRUITS and
I I. Green-Top Delicious
lUUnunn's contains no starchyCUrr. ,,, ,I.h
H'a all pure mayonnaise I ,c ;. ,i: CHUCK GRADE "A-A" | VEGETABLES Carrots 2 bns. 19c APPLES 2 Ibs. 29c
Wonderfully rich and : r. *
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.' LARGEST- S,, i ROAST Ib 45c T-BONEor Steaks Cut To | Popular FLORIDA 1.
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SRtrNG MAYONNAISE ;' : .:;..' ',, . .. 1 Your Order 1 Prices CELERY stalk 5 C 8-lh.] 1lr.h Hal 29c
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Peanut Duller
'PHONE 215 901 DUVAL ST. OLIVIA Corner of ST. jar ,

I Sense Prices. or IODIZED '
i-T1irr Price* C/MM! All Week Tlirough WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14lh-
2 21
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.:=: CHEESE in piece. . Ib. 49c 80 Count "

1 Ira Back!!

.HENS . 49 FRYERS :.67c. !! for Thursday, Friday &. Saturday 1tEGALL MAKES LARSON'S SALADS THE FINEST 2 17 Cans-Ux. 2fL.

Packed Bcech-Nul EDDY'S
j Chuck ROAST 45c. SUGAR Assorted Assorted
!t Strained Chopped STARCHFaclorj BORDEN'S
1 1'I ., In Hug 3 for 2 for -., QUART19c '
MILK Tall/
tl' POUND POUND Pd I Ii 5 .llis. 39c 25c 25c' SILVER COW 4 Cans 49"

: Tender YrarlinP 1 POUM) I I Mealy SPARE POUND OKRA-TOMATOES\ 17c PARKA Kraft's OLEO Garton" :"::' 37cPICILES


VARIETY PACK 31c ? CITY CLUE: : 16.0*.

PEAS OM Glory UlarWjc{ Peas l6.i.
Hot I Weilloer Enjoyment with Bacon
Assorted, COLD- CUTS . . Ib.,._, .4-5. CHILI SAUCE .. .' ...:. '25c Can e
t > AUNT NELLIE NO. 2 CANS Eagle Brand Magnolia

'. PIG t FEET.'+ .NECK BONES. . . Ib.Large ::' 29c a QUARTERED BEETS. ,. .\. ,.-.,,".:,2for: f 25c' CONDENSED MILK . 23c 20c
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Grade"A"Tennessee Shipped DOZEN MEATY POUND .
GRAPE" JELLY 01', ; .... ,. ,. '_,... -, 'j",/,,21c.,..
EGGS 58c I Frankfurts. 39c M M n;MBn L" B B PEARS SACRAMENTO No. 2'' n
fcJDetMonte I
AI I. .cal -N YACHT i
: COFFEE Ib. '
No.1 Mrlll'tlsll E;.""I'/Jl(, GRAPEFRUIT JUICE &1I2 fit
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I EVAPORATED KWWN-S MILK . . 2 ">CANS TAIL 25c - APPLES. . .. 3 Ibs. 29c .
4J Ao.. 1 clime, CUOklM: ; WHIP KRAFT'S MIRACLE\ :fi:;;,:'! 35c

j Can 10c \I SausageLibbs 2.an5 35cE ONIONS..2bs.29C. i'UfI'<< ICU ; I.I -
CORN : I .Oz. :

29cE LETTUCE 2 Large Heads 19c
1lorbl" (:RIM

1. Libby's SLICED BEEF ; . . . 2 &J\. ; 29c CELERY. 2 Large Stalks 15c >'. =;""W.'o1(-: .. "--' :;':.. C :f'---: : _CanTiTW:

PINEAPPLES Large ea. 21c

>313c Sugar 5b '46cFACTORYPACKED .. . -..'-.-.- 'h_._ _- .-..,- s.(;rnr1radr UA.Ilff:,..

Sweetheart Ivory Soap BOOTH'S Chuck 'Roast LB. 49c
Del Monte
SOAP Large .
I 2 Bath Size ( ._Bar__19. C Med.12. Frozen (;rmle",r. Shipper!Ql//f'/OZ"J: :
jUiCE 23c lfi-Oz. I 16cI ; Ban 3.11.uoraO
'J'n JUICE CAN: n'n LIvory I Flakes Food
PalmolIve Large,36. Stewing Fowl LB. 53c
I' t COCKTAIL %''ft'?y. . . . 2 Tull No.Cui 1 49c 2 Bath Bar Size= 29c{ Ivory Snow' Sir SLICED\vbcrrics I I ,11ad," Tnulrrizrtl HOC.hLE SS I

' OXYDOL I Large Bar BIn-White Package Large 36 C Package IS-Oz. 49' CF Picnic HAMS. LB. 43c
SOAP IVORY SOAP. 19c S Camay Soap ,
Regular R.S.P. Mmlr$ I'l lh: l'Hih RREAM6ib.Avc. 1STPart '

iI GARDEN. FRESH VEGETABLES. a I 2 puss Packages-n BOOTS 19c 2 Bath Bars Sue 29c iso s CIJERRIES; 34 C link Sausage LB. 49c
CAT Soap Package
I . 2 :--t I 3 CoM I-Oz. 25 C ? Regular le .er TUI'U..IIJ1
; stalks 15c LETTUCE. . 2 heads 19c 'r Bars STRAWBERRY

I-V. Can 3-1b.Can 22c
ONIONS . 2 Ibs. 29c CABBAGE . . . lb. n'-oZ. 14 Package -6 .
S S S .. 4c AI Package C 43 C S119 ____ 1' -"h.i/IJlf' L1/iGi (;U..R1'TEEIJEGGS .
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I R Indian ire JUICE ORANGES . Dozen 19c Chocolate. l\'lix\ VEJ.I' PERCH IN CARTONS doz.59(

r I-O&Can 2"i 5e" Package Large 31 C Package IS-O& '. 51 C T ..- .:'.: _".::'._.-dI
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