The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00504
 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 12, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00504
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1,000 1 SHRINERS . . . Degree Team Of Iahi..Shrine. TempleMIAMIANS ;; Lewis Sends Four-Word

: > -- I Telegram Coal Miners t. ;1.Will 1.: .1
: : COMING TO KEY k,. p 2F' ;

;. . WEST SATURDAY M Return: 0 Jobs '.

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'II r Will Rriiiain HcrcTlirougliSunday
1 .> Candidates i;I HONORED .
Dies Of ; Parade To BeHeld to II
Relations Withj Negro Lever Numbers I : ," MESSAGE: : KKAUS j
During Afternoon I II j
Hurts Suffered{ i 62 YEARS: ELIGIBILITY

Russia BrokenByColumbia Saturday iI In
I Polling Spots) IBr Tae A__.... M...
i! In Saloon Brawli I II Upward of 1.000 Shrincrs and 4 t i WASHINGTON April II.-A

their wives from Palm Beach and J 't I Lever numbers are to be placed four-word telegram. ....t today by

I i Henry (:tailor .Boy Hamilton : Miami arc expected Shrine here SMurday.for > t t -. over the names of the various John L. Lewis to the .huiiiirs .f t
the Mahi
Temple county candidates in the general .
i died of suffered:
<(< j l I negro. injuries Miami. ceremonial that day. tv f I primary May 4, it was-armouocM the striking soft-cert: sauesA Or
,| ASSERTS THAT TWO .-"US.I' in a fight: in,Shorty's Bar in Pe, Many of .the visitors are coining today by Circuit Clerk KosS .C. put an cod to the wadttiaW. ant

I .SIANS WERE ,.LEADERS: IN tronia street Saturday. | 'down here.Friday and nearly > I Sawyer. in ili 29tfa day. The Iele.tea .
t ,1 r Alfred Robinson,,another :'negro -- all ,of them expect: to leave for Each candidate can get the read :J
f UPRISING THAT BEGAN .their homes en Sunday. 1 number that will appear-over his; __
: Is being held under an opn i' "Pension .grantccr; .4& eelhonied" .
charge in Count+.Jail in o ncc-I "We expect". 1.000 visitors will|j t i ..ti name by calling tee Circuit .
FRIDAY NIGHT tio with Hamilton's death. come- here said John K. 'Clem-i r. ourt Clerk's office: The' tele- 'Senator Styles $rideea, New 1

ear Tae l..ersfe rr.IJOGOTA. .-. \ Howard Harris, colored l patrolman .! rner who 'is directing' the localarrangementc i'j n. phone number is 59. j I Hampshire RepufclicMi. east r ..:
; for"the Key West ARC ,COMING HESS SATURDAY to put on the'degree work when Mahi Temple Some of the 'aOf'li-f..t. for .-*..- .
vote iiiMJJMt tte
Columbia. April 12. employed by .the city arrested deciding
Shrine Club. Die' host organization. about SO candidates at the ceremonial at Ky West High School.Auditorium. At 2 Sat ous offices expressed the need .
._. the two men after the: passes p.m. I strike The vote ..... atMf sere
Tit government of Columbia fight in'the barroom. i "Iloweyeradditional. reservations urday there will be a parade of Mahi Temple D iYaL including the Legion of Honor the Mahi for the numbers. It was seat Ito', one with a re.raefa t. sj .I/

announced biddy that it had Hamilton was taken to Municipal .,; and there':: are malt coining be in morn constantly: people, PatroL Mahi Band, and Degree Team and\ Abu Drum and Bugle Corps of West Palm Beach. I that persons who cannot read the p@ra..oMeM' sege ...
could remember numbers.
l..vkm..rr diplomatic relations Hospital for examination.; : coming."" The parade; will be in Duval. starting at Cat on street south to Division street thence in Division i ", Lewis on lh. other lbiddas Mfw
Fear was expressed: by county ,
with Russia.rtmson After" a doctor said that apparently I The followin to White and White to the High School Audilo' ium. I ed with Lewis.
: announced -
; program was I officials that all of -the approximately -
fiivcn for that action the man was uninjuredHam- :, by* Clenuncr today for 1 _ _ ____ h. _____ ____ _. .'__ 7.500; voters of the county I.I.t I The| rrpreaani8a.e trf lw ..... X|
ilton was brought to City Jail. Saturday .' --- --- t ators. tnaittjinw. .i that Ie rvftl a
: will not be able to { >their bal-.I
was that two Russians: irpicsrnting ,
Shortly before noon Sunday i 9 to 10:30: pIT1"-Rpgistralil'n fo.1 ton on all tail l miwrH wtmM tat
l Int" The' has 17 voting
\ the Soviets had lieen I leadersin the jailor noticed that the man 1 Banquet tickets- Three Sailors Arc Held : Ope'l, Trevor To ,, machines and the number n[ I!I. bring in en mefi naniry lie pur e
\ that breathing badly. Police I I of SIBO ...... tat
IIon'n'\nJ' the uprising( was 10:00: a. Candidates: about candidates is so great that.it will, pension M -
brogan: last Friday night and left Chief Joseph Kemp called ,an 50 of them rci oit to Rrt-ordcr: I I l Attend District I I take some persons the full length Bridges declared MC with _

.U ,.f tlie oily in ruins. I ''I,I iContinued: On Page -Three) Robert C. Booth at Casa MarinoUotcL ; Tn Theft Of I of time allowed by raw to vote, 1' million sow on .hand. he Ml
f I I that is :5 minutes confident the teal wmtM he tat* -
This UHHning was Ihr first Mrs.\ Olmstcad 11:00: a. m.4uncl for I Rotary Meeting\] j However it was pointedout quat?.
line. hiitcr Friday right that.rrsi- J formed units.nrt their I ARHESTK1) HY STAT A that all voters who are in line., A'proviMcm in flue a.IVII US .
cats generally:<< came wit on the Casa Marino Hotel. I j Judge Aquilino Lnpez. Jr., sai1? 1 i when the polls I creels. and the first. unw_ Sincerest Diedihls A. t 12:30 pm.didat: ; march I 1ATKOLMAN. (:. C.KKYINUIJJS .j an automobile owned I! <*y he will attend the annual j 1 will be permitted to vote. The years of ag" nn My M. 1

of lie I store* had rr*.pcned.. to High School 'ttyinnariuui and I Ceorge: Whit in;. U tinl3 of the Florida Bar As I polls open at 7 a. IIi \. had worked the rsgwirafl hlasr
Mrs. Carrie 1 1..; lmslcad. 77 report to John Weber. I I ; AT: TU\1"S were eligible for UK ..--..
at Hollywood! Thursday (I Ii I
Tire announcement sa'uf further1a 2:00: m. f trade of Mahi I I point in Caroline i i Lewis Mated HN* ttment .. ......
died 9:43: chock this morning in p. !
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> government forces are comolrly t'"!. Key West Municipal lies Temple Divan including the Le- I I IIARKOK Duval and Whitehead i|I ( -'-- j i! Brush Burns_ On !+I did not "eKartly" taatl .....
in control of the situation i iI i .. ..
; pilal. Continued On Page Eight) Mrs Whiting failed but that, in an uufa ur af
TtKjghuut Columbia. It was Mrs. Olmstcad. resided. 1 at. 70 I Three U. S. sailors were attested i I Pine Island licv toe coal shn to e. h? __- .
id that the conferences of the- ,SfiutrTstreet.iKt.To.rul early yesterday at Tunisharbor police on her phone ARK: YOU f Big cidwt tfJ accept l d;
ineriran republic will be ,rc- I ICARRIERS after they allegedly tole I she said she called ;1 Uw IMkMl
TJ-rttM-ps.; ,'wvJcV l U h' REGISTERED: ? i j Union o
TOP fire -
A brush
LUGGAGE large was
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med. direction of 'the.. PritchanK!' Funeral office, lout found no << Mine Workers vt AMI lira e Btd
motorists yesterday<<
_ -ok.-- Hume,- Will_ Abe; announced td the telephone. It : :: ,'afternoon by many at the north end of that as soon a* the Lcwfc ....-

lavana I .Firemen' later. r the hun the ,I j Big Pne Key. The fire did notaffect gram'' is cleared, Ilse -- .. ,
'a ( 'forYAI.L >CARS BIG RALLY [open, until 11 p. in.I the dwelling: places or any would: begin to rslirea to %MTA

i' W m i :llerj Roy's?Kry Weal- Auto. Parts I Then she contacted : : D f. buildings. It ;spread jralher .rapidly pits, "
,Could: Not()t'LeaveHavana I : ..; '1 j 121 PUT*! St. Phone 442 i i over about eight ec: ten acres:: Settling of the strike dnr&jiotMMP ,
r.QN .I-G.H.T !1 stead pbjicc. They ot land It'b not bglievrd loser;_ Cootinued On ,.. t.
'I'II!"ncmberc.e4" the I [iolortued.the/ tStaW ; 1" enyd8mage.POOR "
.lLkcuit: ,GouiMvCandidate;: t }was w ......
Ay i; *U<3tKJWaW'U'+ '++eppoted troL C.:C.: t-t
.. Patrolman 1
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to arrive :Saturday here, :l -TUNE IN Bayview Park oJ the . I BRADY'S i
highway t/f'i' ;
leave the Cuban
?re unable tot Here .s OLD CRAIG
word from three sailors: early
pitat, according lo W.KWFal 11&L I
mayor. because they werelay. I I William A. I dale for Circuit 'Judge Group 'r _. I| Dt'rrylViUialllS, D. A. POULTRY
1 An assistant chief and fiverernebi One, on another return visit to J:20( County (:"oiuniissioiier.HJii.slice john A. Knight. HearWilliam Champion Outboard Motors 1214 Wblto Street Pboo 540

were coming to Chief Key: Key West, predicted 7,500voterswill : Tonight : of Peace at County Jail for a 1?-7oo .."..A..A.o_ ..-
est, according( to Fire register in MonroeCounty; ____ ___
arty Baker of the Submarine for the primaries. May and -HEAR- Constables I A. 'Bill'HERON +I .... e ... ;;

ase. ovrr lie later.BATTERIES.U expect, : : them tome ., 2-:>. FRANK BENTLEY Sponsored by I Low Weekly 'uiiiimmiiunmiiwDiiimuiiiiuiiimuranmnmnflapALCOHOLICS j ir.s rt.
t lI rin. who.lias. \ no opponentsfrom
Monroe County in his race( Discuss His Candidacy for PUBLIC AFFAIRS I' Now in I '47 DeSoto Club Coup
all COMMITTEEK.W. 47 Chevrolet Fl..tmas e*. 4.t0e.r
for Circuit Judge" will urg Clerk of the Circuit; Court for Navy .
;. Jr.Chamber of Commerce 4s ...,
ANONYMOUS-j II' Hudson. C-CyHnder. 4-
voters tonight at a rally 1It'ald! .Political.AdvertI.euentl I CANDIDATE for I
WayDritt view Park ,to register this week . i CENTRAL HOTEL : 47 Dodge, 4-Door
I The Modern before the .deadline Saturday Circuit: Judge I The Monroe County Group of, 42 Dodge Club Coup
U. la M to 4S miaulM and April 17.The candidate for Cir, c Alcoholics Anonymous will meet '42 Plymouth Club Coupe
I I TW CM CM b. e. Its war* cult Judge believes that nil vot- ---//ear-- (GROUP ONE) at the Parish Hall. St. Paul's I I'40! Plymouth 4-Door

Lou Steith AUTO SERVICE! ers should not only register but PALACE lie InI t'rni-pii t'rifn Church 8:00 clock tonight !! '46 Chevrolet. 4-Door .

Pbea Ms. I Whit U Elsmla7 owe personally it to themselves acquainted to with become each Horace O'BryantFOR William Elliott and uf Monrof forrrfyWKWF; I All persons interested in the I ON DUVAL LOT AT STREETS EATON OR AND

problem of alcoholism are invited -
__ - -- candidate in order to consider his
*'.WYOJIIllJEWS \(; lo attend. NAVARRO Inc .
I for office. The rally J Bi. "
will be sponsored by th:! Key I IINIIUIIItIIIUTAIIIAPIlIAAAOIAAIAAAlAm1IIII1I11Am!! l
West; Junior Chamber of Com- ---

M.SI'OITSWOOI\ inercp.Hcrin.. -- 5:40 PM I I WHAT DO YOU WANT

remembered as secretary :
() () ) to 'former Congressman Mark; 6:15 TONIGHT Galvanized IN'AGOVERNOR ?
in the
for SHERIFF Wilcox . -atSTRUNK -
Candida (Paid 1'.1i I.-al a .ldvere i m "
with friends and supporters TOD tY
WKWFTomorrow day continuing, his house to house I Ij LU TF YOW want a warm human being who un4erJL ..

campaign. Herin also expressed j TELEPHONE ,P .1'''nliN yd .I I stands YOU as well as government-if you wanta
6 is 15 I'.M" today his appreciation to the citizens practical program for all Florida-if you want

All who ale interested in the of Key hospitality West over and WKWFfor activa How Does This Strike You Taxpayers? I I reduced costs of government if you want an able

U.S. Navy hrrr. should listen experienced public servant and administrator who
.. ... 'support he has received. !
+ -"rUt me.II
,1'.14 I .11. Ad "
Paid fulilival: AUvJrUseinciiOHear Don't you believe that the Body & Fender RepairsComplete really knows the problems of

aries of the officials of the sal'l I Florida's large and small counties -
: inal Court of Record of this
Hear!, Hear! towns and cities-if you
should be paid out of the PAINT SHOP ami DRYING ROOM I
and Forfeiture Fund? Why should want all of thesethere's only !
FULLER WARRENCANDIDATE T"s ow as a taxpayer be subject to one man in this Governor's race
xi a levy of taxes on your propertyto i EXPERT WORKiMANSHIl'GUARANTEED I
for GOVERNOR of Florida pay for a court that should be i i
self-sustaining? You are entitled
? S to ask why your former represen- I
Over WKWF ,:. tative introduced and passed in i
Speak the 1947 Legislature. House Bill youWARREN
i No. 393 which not only raised the I MONROE MOTORS Inc. ,

l1K"'UAltnll.. 13, AT 7: 13 salary of the Judge of the Criminal -I I
Court, of Record of Monroe
OH "WHY I AM AGAINST A GENERAL SALES TAX" I 1101 While Street Telephone. 72.:>
County to $375.00 monthly but .
H.+.d I',11'''''''I 4de.rti'" I..cutI \ ;
r j made this handsome salary PAY- ,
.. -- -- ,>.,.' ABLE OUT OF THE GENERAL '
J!.1 ,t REVENUE FUND. j Elect him on this platform: I

i 1'\1 \'''111iun: SUPPORTING. I I -':' _.f._;. This important question becomes when all for-the I, IN-WKWF-TUNE IN 1. Etsy Acccn tt the Governor. 7. fur TruhMM *f lotfc. LaW i
more TUNE
IRKD: KIIKHIIAIIDT.: : FOB( S1IEBIFF: . . Becau-c . mer ReprtMntatirv"' several sessions previously attempted your to abolish 2. Kedvciio m Cost of Cov't. .... toe...,....,. :...

rBST-With Cterhardt M Sheri( Key'West will show that candi-i'' this very court. 'WHY????? THURSDAY, P. ). Recognition of Wome m Cov't. R I,..,.... St.t. Leaf Sr......
dates NOT born' ia Key West art encouraged more in our com. A 6-15 j
munity life.81C0NDFred, I'I 11T nc For A Change--ELECT APRIL 15th : M. : 4. Even letter School flCilities.t.. 'Iellyeg4 St....,.. he c..L

has shown much,ability'u an enforcement officer., HEAR 5. EipWtd Heath & W IfifFfrm. 10. EHective; lcfor.st tio..

end b absolutely impartiaL "' TON 0. WATKINS \' A. Bill SHANDS I 11. s.ppart for Towlt Tr....
TflRD-He will be el much help to our city police is h knoirs ( )
hew to co-oper. effectively and at less cost to taxpayers. I (._Improved' Highway Safety. 12. Pr.---.ll'.4Klrr&rUfM ..'..eQ
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rlURTH-My friend ere asked to consider the above ia e tting' As Yojir STATE REPRESENTATIVE Who Will Speak In Behalf _. ,

their. ballot on 'Way 4th. FRED: J. DION. i (Paid P411tica1 Adv. by Friends of Toni u. tvatkta3 I of His CandidacyPaid For Governor rriif WItH, w.AKKtn: s ,
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f AI.asA Pa '''HI'al. .Id.NIh''prY11 ( Political' \dvcrtiKcincnti: '
1 .h C.I .tt.-'sold M Iy fri..4s-M "..,, w.-,I
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tOTE for JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD-For Sheriff-To Be Able To Vote You Must Be Registered Before April 17th y yr I

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;:: Shriners and,Elks '.to bold I J e

: \ Key West ..Within,a.>week- Days Gone By I

; to make Key West'a con- &
is given a decided boost m # ts THE: CITIZEN OF E't

facilities i are the only draw- APRIL Mr 193.
V f, .....nmnulhu.Rln I' -'III.b I
in entertaining larger con 1 t
It was announced at City Han f
the time will come When Key today that a sufficient amount

in a position to provide accom had been collected in occuoation-
': : :: several thousand visitors. i 1{licenses to make the final pay-

ns not only directly help a 'xt ment on the fire engine in the 4.
: H 1 j No1 station-;...Groups of merchants h all
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also give it publicity over +
agreed to pay the licenses eri
: If delegates to a convention 1t.. f 5 s t T h| before they were due, -jo that t-oe! ,
9z over the reception given them last note on the engine could be

; you may be sure that they will k Fa II paid :,

many praiseworthy words to t B. Curry Moreno, WP. area
xi supervisor in Key West, said today -
that a crawfish hatchery will
welcomes the Shriners and ; I I
I be established here' some time :
.1 trusts they will find their 3' this year.

a pleasant one. That surely i -
: '! The Citizeir today nominated
> case in view of the efforts I local l '
CAP WIrephoto) two Key Westers for Ripley's ,
i those organizations'have made ROBERT EARL SEARO?. JR. a workmen el Amarillo Tex. is I lieve It or Not column. Captain
entertainment for the delegates trapped br the auger in a Cement loading machine and clings Copper, who has been following'the and
since he was a boy
: in fellow.worker. H. lest his balance while shoveling sea
of their families who accom agony to a Peter Roberts who has been a
: cement and fell into the machine. Welders worked 30 minutes fish dealer since: he was a young ,
with an acetylene torch to cut the auger 'and free him. man and. before then, had gone I II
6t t housing accomodations, Taken to the hospital J his leg was amputated. at the knee. fishing, do not know how to, I
' fast coming to the front in -
v.w wwerr.wlrvrvrv,,.wvrpvrrw yy..., swim. I
ttelr'number.. Thus far this I I
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Amant \ .r...... Ii
activities in KeyVesf have Political AnnouncementsDEMOCRATIC
the lather's
Miami are visiting
than during any similar lof mother, Mrs. Jennie De LULU ADAMS woman clown march arouad thef.|| IJ
Square Garden arena playing a bagpipe. at the or..... pe*
{ Boer
! + history. MAY husband .....
the will be .................... .... ....... ... ................... .....................--.A. __. formance cf the day before. her M :
are activity Billy Allen, son of Mr. and Albert Adams. dropped dead of a hart **teefc true. :E1
; the year. Seldom .a For. Governor For County Commissioner Mrs: Bernard. Allen )left this a radio broadcast. Lulu b the only (etnae. ...... ta t..
that The Citizen does not'pub- i COLIN ENGLISHFor Fifth District morning for Maumee, Ohio to Her act drew rounds of applause. 1 :
learn how to operate the lino- . .
about construction of houses : EDNEy type. -- -- -
; Governor President Benes explained that i country with all it*
.;. Last Friday The Citizen
: For Commissioner ''
: County surrender of Czechoslovokia WM: :| might aad a* that war
about for W. A. SHANDSBILL r Coon) and Mrs.'Hugh K. Taylor ,
story an application Fifth District who had been on vacation due to the desire to rirewntbloodshed Slovakia would. reman aln.r.
that has been made by the ( ) i W. A. PARRISH several months returned yester- among the Czechs but I two didn't ...... a tastee .
Administration for 240 For State Comptroller day and are occupying their new the unsaid was that he knew !
: t' For SuperintendentPublic home on Johnson avenue. Russia would make war by backing There are abaft hti.le
, constructed in Key West. EDWIN G. FRASERFor i the Communists within his hot. :hold.n: the l'niu-4 t #nnwtelr
, the story goes-more housing r Instruction Jose Marti y Perez Cu) a.s --- - -.- -
t the greater the number of State Comptroller WILLARD M. ALBURYFor apostle of liberty and poet of I
: residents. (Incumbent) distinction will be honored to- rnal. Ii
permanent C. M. GAY I SuperintendentPublic night at a meeting of the Key IiIi
j Instruction West Chapter of the Pan Amer- Ii Iiu
, who depend not off others will For Circuit Court Judge i HORACE O'BRYANT ican Society. Ili
(Group One) tfca wetWa rfatiy. aI1rIJN.- I

WILLIAM A. (Bill) .HF.gIj"f" t,.}Y For Superintendent I morning Mrs. Frank, for Miamt Johnson to visit left relatives this. m Qsmui SOEICE Ksxnas. VM *. anrw+eN .... ef i I:
i of Public Instruction the Orsf-Y+ i coa.a rrq ea .oche oIN.o.col
; are willing to suspend 1 and friendS. rood tlrs seer a..Reesr aer/er/r. Mars wa east
For Circuit Court Judge i MELVIN E. RUSSELL J rlresh, vu.po.us, 0 (idler ,.C tnorsn.rarp N h1Ma reel
on the time of the employer.IN Group 7 (Monroe County) i. I Today The Citizen says in an iaensWS tarp, 1heGter'.c.*-ih..s..s room leans, wotRth. M ia ara dily,.A..o.

; Incumbent '\ For'iMember- School Board editorial- paragraphCan *: t.d.l':;.: n-, ctMa t stw / -----A': :;
the last
CASE OF WAR AQUILINO LOPEZ;.: 3jt Second District one usually have actt......... .ffet One. ...-. 11. ....... W.S.A.
,.. GERALD H. ADAMSFor word*i nan argument- by saying -1 .. 'I I I uao it S.OAKS is! ..... -. ns The. ........
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yes. .
I 1kNnc. shens .--
For State Attorney.. : I
the Constitution of the United ..
GLENN C. MINCER Member School Board NGmIt.
The Soda Springs area in 1
Congress can declare war.
Re-election I Fourth District Southeastern Idaho has more sr-

,first World Congress War and Woodrow appealed For State. Alt "(t .:. ,!.yaULTO., 'l.:CABAN.1 1 g' J t, pj-Which than| 50 mineral have the springs same:"analysti no) two_ I I Oh.. r.. +..+...,.,2one.... ...._ .._.. ,

,groups,to 'recognize the WEBSTER C. w? itt ",1tdrMembec$c ljoo1..Bo cL 1. "'I I I I.M-K __'_uL-'r___-_ __ un _. _u.u ___u,___MYr _- ._- - - - __-

j ; that the United States ,would For State-r r
be drawn into the conflict. For Re-nominaliou i t._ :.(.. ,-, WEINTRAUBFt -

l of radio played an im- BERNIE.:'C. A 1 'Ii
; 'Clerk'of Criminal Court

;4)Q Hitler in the and prewar Mussolini days of bellowed World For'State Representtt'teMILTON : \! :;C.. SAM" B. CURRY !i:: M *
A PARRQTr For Clerk J; ';#
the. World, including the '' of Criminal Court # .L3

t and every radio station in (.Mickey. ). 'i'tfe. il't HARRY DONGO .

: was packed with listeners. For State RepresnfatiTe>'t) r _;iFor Supervisor of
listeners came back in a day or TOM 0. WATKINS :J', '.v Registration I
t their own President Roose- JOHN ENGLAND I Opposes a General
the German and Italian lea- For Sheriff j' k
FRED O. EBERHARDTFor For Judge Juvenile Court
t ; t 'many of our ships were t! DAVID E. McCURDYFor II I
: submarines and Congress Sheriff ; SALES TAX
t lead of the President and de- RAFAEL H.. FERRER j Judge Juvenile Court # e

: We won the second World (Known u Mr. Grass and Chicho) FRANK O. ROBERTSFor
we had won the first World L.'V-r
; Justice of Peace

: Uncle Sam is "champing at the ALTON For GOEHRING Sheriff i! First District ''c ;; :;::'f[ ;'tr:! 1>: ';; .. -.

; ("Dutch") i IRA F. ALBURY I
hoping against hope to For ReelectionFor

; drawn into a third World War. For Sheriff 'II' Because'o general sales tax ;is a nuisance to the business which has

1 Washington wonders if it is EVERETT R. RIVAS Justice First of Peace to collect it and to the consumer who has to pay it...and. becaute general.

of time before the United For Sheriff i PAUL. BOYSENFor District soles tax places the burden of raising state revenue upon the shoulders of those

: : t) } have to meet and lick Com- BERLIN A. SAWYERFor I least able to carry it. Colin English is opposed to a general sates tax.

by force of our superior Re-election I Justice of Peace
1 Second DistrictMYRTLAND After eleven continuous years' experience as a member of the
now the United States Govern- For Sheriff: i," CATES : executive department of the State of Florida and of the State Budget Commission

\ trying to avoid being JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD Colin English is convinced that . with the sound, economical and practical
r For Justice of Peace of each
operation department-no new taxes will be
a third World War. For Clerk of Circuit Court i necessary to meet the existing
District services afforded
| by our state
want to improve business in .
do your buying here where your For Clerk of Circuit Court' For Justice of Peace And with Colin English as your next governor,you can be certain; ofO 4 '

help:make business better. FRANK BENTLEY 1{ Second District sound end economical governmental operation.:.because that's the kind of r
I SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN administration he promises you. He has proved his obihfy as on executive end o s (
For County Tax Assessor t!I (SAM) statesman' and a leader. He has.gain.d {
a thorough knowledge of
For government through eleven years of successful service
Constable as a member of the
County Commissioner l!] First District Governor's Cabinet and as o'state and t
uproar by some Congressmen First District ,i| RAUL A. CARBONELL commissions.., during the administrations, of three governors. Colin sh will
\ shipment of goods to Russia --'
i JOE ALLENFor work with the National Conference of Governors
For Constable to
secure t
I an agreement with the
much louder than warranted
First District government by which the United State will abandon certain fields of
f in the case. County First DistrictJ. Commissioner CARL J. INGRAHAMFor toxat on..ond leave them for the revenue of the state:::.
of Commerce reports

: : the United States shipped OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor First'Constable District Colin English has already done great for
things Ffc
Wo.' ..a f.
[ worth of goods to Soviet County Commissioner HARRY H. JOHNSON ;ywr Governor he will continue, to.do all/ of those things that 'Will ter re tha
only $19,310,0000 worth to the First District For. ConstableFirst interests of oil Florida Read his 3J-point plorform. then vote for oed
1 \ nations. w. SUGAR) SWEETINGFor District

t difficult for us to get tre- I C. FLONEY PELLICIERFor
County Commissioner
excited over these shipments.
Third DistrictCLARENCE ConstableFirst
Poland imported $12,495,000 HIGGS DistrictBENJAMIN U step ELECT

: Finland (not technically in J. PIERCE .. E n 4 Itch : .

t worth camp)and, in Czechoslovakia January received re For County Filth District Commissioner For(Beanie Constable) Mend olln IKk t .\COLIN ENGLISH

WILLIAM G CURRYFor t of gtate
worth. First District a
1 : tI
e o ref k, :' GOVERNOR
the Government should natur- County Commissioner BERNARD H. WAITE A lletwor

l to, prevent the Gommunbt- Fifth District For Constable "' At The May 4th Democratic Primnriet

n.'I from reveiving anything HARRY L. HARRISFor Second District 4 Write Colm
use in warfare against JOSE ESPINOSAFor English Headquarters. ToN ohossee. for copy ol 3 ,
: County Commissioner program for a greater Florida.
: i : not overlook the fact that we Constable '.
some stuff in return. Fifth District, Second District I -'. t d for by it.hi..d,.1 C.a.i .
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" 1000;(- ) Civilians 1 I Medical; Group. I :!! PARENTS BARRED FOREVER mo\: SEEING BARY SON:

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tt Visited Sub Base -;t i i GoeS-To Panama :; 'f' ; .

Here Yesterday From Key West

Approximately 1,000 persons !k 1 At 9 a. m. today the Committee

tm.lt advantage of the Navy observation Medical and Hospital Services of j I I r'L:
of the advent of the the Armed Forces appointed by

riibmarine West yesterday Submarine to Ide visit and theKry j I I I Secretary of Defense .farm F:>r.

to 90 down in sul :. j I! rectal left Key West by airplane .
for Panama. The '
Thhujgoout the day there wasa j _
tee came here yesterday.
ewstant ilrram of visitors to =I '
There are 20 high ranking medical -
tt.*, base. They were permitiedto
l in aboard the USS Gilmore, 3 I men representing the United 'L 41 ...a 4-- A }
States Army, Navy and Marine
; sub tender and to no down in the
USS ,Cobbler and the US Cor- I Corps on the committee. 14 &
I.rat. submarines stationed in Heading the list are T'nj. Gen. i I I %
tlie ub Base I Raymond W. Bliss MC.USA; ,I
I "A trin down a submarine is Rear Admiral C. A. Swanson, i I ,%
be for- i I MC. USN; and Rear Admiral :
an experience never ta :
flf'U"n."* aid one civilian as he from one of the ships |I[ renting Maj. Gen Malcolm C' '
yesterday. The submarine Grow, MC. USA. air surgeon.The I

packed with machinery, with { group leaves Panama. arrives .
Valves with device.; of every Trinidad Friday arrives iri
descript ion. 1 Puerto Rico April 17: arrive in I I I ,.
"'But the air is very good Guantanamo. Cuba April 19. and I MRS. SHIRLEEN KUNIN. Convicted Player of er two-year-old daughter. sits with her attar:
:rx.ard one d the subs. It is \' returns to Washington April 20. i I Richard Maddox (left): in Superior Court at Los Angeles and hears Judge A. A. Scott (right' .-
carefully air-conditioned and the The committe is familiarizing ji4 j that she and her husband are forever barred fro m seeing again their one-month-old sen. Tne
elf with the facilities maintained '
air is very rt"frt-'ihinJ It is a I fant was born while Mrs. Kunin awaited tribal fa the dealh cf her older child. Judge Scott
I by each of the thrte Arm-j
fteal and orderly place. II I ed Fbrc.IIere thev looked they arc unfit to have custody cf the child and "you hall never see this baby again..'

... i I over the U. S. Navy's Hospital. | -- -

.to) J. Ldw1n Larsen, I diuiiinnnuuiiiiuiuiniiuinnuuummimuniumuiii.N.C.C.S. i I Key JV est Visitors I KOOM MOTHERS j. LOPEZ, TREVOR

MEET 1'0/.j- Continued From Page On-
Slate Treasurer !
J.r.. I : Among the recent visitors to Room Mothers of the Jr.-Sr. \ through Saturday and thedistrict
I 1021 Duval Street ,, Key West from Cleveland Ohio I II of the Rotary Inter i-
i iI High School P.T.A. will hold
n. Touring Florida I DEFENSE FORCES I!I were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Buynak ;' al at Wt-st Palm Beach Ap
their regular meeting tonight at
'III. and L. E. Hazlingcr. They stayed: 20.
PROGRAMiniuwnimiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuniiuniiiiiiiiniiuir I II' [ with,: Jeanne Them: ; f>f 913 Georgia 7:30 in the school auditornun.NIRO .
i....ta r '.' ''. ('11'___ ; l street.The j, lie will attend the com-

T.LUIIASSEE.1'1"11! 12.- I' :, of Rotary Club executives ; -
(-'ailing attention to IMS u-e .rd ufhandlL..g MONDAY -- i iI. DIESConiinued .
1 1Society retary and president-eltH
tai: menan' a billion 1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.5f -BilIiar I. American Colonization | .1 t
s.1 ( From Page Onaambulanrx' ) Key West Club. Othci.a''
cot. dollars of public funds since assuming Ping Pong, Writing which ettled treed
an, office. State T: asurt.-I Showers. slaves in Liberia over a century to taks him back tet' ing the conference .vill In
J. Edwin Larson is continuing 7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.Boxing I I I ago acting as a semi-official i! the hospital. Just bcfoic the machine win Trevor now pre ident. .

'11:0 campaign fot- nomination Training PAL Equipment. I I agent for the United States was arrived at Ihho pita! local club Carl Hilton :.'.
1.00at. tn that 1'''''It 11m. He has planned ?:00 P.M. 8:00 P M. -Talent responsible for the Government Hamilton died. Curry Moreno.
e. a full itir.e.aiy during the remaining Hour Auditions. until 1S47. the year of the proclamation I About 400 persons an N.cd .
- Wt rids of the campaign. 1:00 P.M. 9:00 P.M.-Film Developing cf Liberian independence. Poac Justice J. Y. Pc1r:l'r, IV. to attend the Rota: .". i-..
UelUIes the dutl'of State and Printing Class. called a coroner's jury to exam- cnce. Representative.
1 Tteaurtr. Mr l-rwon serves as' :00 P.M. 9:30 P.M. Coffee ine Hamilton and to hold i n In- I cubs will participate in cf i
dilute Insuraiue Commissu.nerMiprrv Hour. I U. S. public schools were in qu-st late today. A charge ''VM ing ways and means of iru
iJ 'inn the writing of all insurance :00 P.M. 11:00 P.M. Infurt i :session ?n average of 135 days a have to be determined befnrevvarant a the effectiveness .,f tht-i, I'
in Florida and the col- I mal Dancing. year in 1890 compared to 175 days is scorn out for itu service activities during tin

litlHdi of mute than S3.000.000 in ; TUESDAY I in 1940. man. mg year.

I premium taxes licence; and tees: 10:00 A. M. 12:00 Noon-Navy !; -- --

till of wnlcli ti It to defray the ex- Wives Bowling at Submarine ]t -. .,* \
IK nets of general government Base. |I
Ii Mate (,.lIegt.... hospitals old an. 2:00 P.M. 3:00 P.M.-Nav? I
i acsi*>ljiic*> and school.Mr. -. Wives Red Cross First Aid I
Larson also s.-: yt as State Class at NCCS lleeT&rJl
-1-5- 4 I'mMiii..\ tlni.rnn, .> !aaga.n.t \\: 7:30 P.M. 10:00 P.M.- U. S. Naval
I t fire haL.n ds anJ arson. Hospital Party joint I
neq As a member of the State Cabinet I with American Red Cross
{ i
j, IK- set\"OS on more than (2nd Tuesday).
\ twenty ytiUboitids im lulling the 7:00 P.M. 8:30 P.M.-U. S. Naval I
=J I boiid of education. >laUin>tiluI Hospital. Entertainers toWards
tioius. administration. .lIro.ld as- (3rd Tuesday). t -
-1 1Ii : e rmiit.. public safety and se- WEDNESDAY .

ctuiticS.t.s 1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Billiards. C2'c.---- -_ ...

Ping Pong Writing Room)I
.mununnmmunllrtl ililllll1lmnmQlllllluunnm. Showers. ) .

l IVIl"I" Doing 12:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.-Hospital ,I ao.

Ii IiI Patients Fishing Party, join NFW BETTER TOP COOKING:
at the program, NCCS. YMCA and j jK I '___tic bghtint NVw, opjc.,
"" rross. I I ..u"i. bvmf oNo1 "or B_..
An. IEU SERVICES 7:00 P.M. 8:00 Ho.c, .OII-clo....." ._ ......... -
Y.M.C.A. Training PAL P.M.-Boxing"j"I E..... ro c..... .4' ..... c......

Jackson Square. Whitehead 7:00 P.M. 8:30 M.-Sewing

and Seuthard Streets -.--Class o *f Navy. R.o Wives.UM -<;??..:.' "I
....tttmr.'I..II"oIC..nallll IIIIIIf111111111111111111'M $
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I Class for Beginners; Miss
ncia r .. .. ;II
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900 P.In nn'. John Pritch- II 8:30 ;. t rii:00Pji.:; Dancing
ard and UK O.<.h. stia. THURSDAY I I -
Tuesday :00 A.M. 5:00
C-30F. "'. Little Theatre ; P\I.--St'wing II" W\IeeI ....10101 ..'.. '00 ...o- -
Grout I MlJct>int". T"ewriter, Writ _.. .._ ..... co..1 .. ite ......
I rehearse>: Pms-ponsj: Shuttle I ing Room. Showers. I' R-.4.c........i. ao.n.Nyo..w
hoard on the P..Itln.Wednesda. I FRIDAY Sal b&...""ia. ._1It.I .
1:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing
I LOOP. M.-Fishing Patty: Naval I Machine, Typewriter Writing I I -
Hospital Patunt*. Joint Pro I Room. Showers. I \ \ "

8.30 gram.P. M.-YMCA.Ye OCountry! NCCS. Party ':00 P.M. SATURDAY- 6:00 P.M.-Picnic I I [ i4 :1 \ 7/ a) I

featiiiine Squaie Dane "
ing. Virginia Keel Fishing SUNDAY(sign un in advance). I I ,I

10:II P. M -Wt'I t'r float on tht I f:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.-Com .
Patio Unlit' W
1 munion Breakfa-t White- NEW BETTER BROIUNGr.o

Thursday Hat Club U. S. Sub Base ....d Otot ........ Hi>r. .w.
0 00 P. M.-Drfnr* John Pritch (2nd Sunday). ......_ot.eIow. Id....w eoceNiae. _
ard and IK Orchestra.rid 1:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M.FishinfTrip ...__..loot- .R..N..a .
.' .7 lot .. dMi..
(sign up in advance)
8.30 P. 101-1''uun.t Nile at the
Information services, housing
Y." .poi>*ncd by the Cham YOU
her of anti Curnme Entertainment.Saturday:,t,.. Refreshments 'tty Religious maps literature library GREATEST FOR IN ALL THESE WAYS

telephones, stamps wrapping ani

BOO P. M.-\lu\"It'Io. nailing packages railway express I.W

10 IS :-. M Second Show fea service, laundry pick-up A visit to our appliance department,will convince
tuie annoumvd &t the Club available to all defense fotrc;
Sunday and their families. := ::= = you that here is the greatest range:value of ail -
I MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, ... ..
0 U A -Java Club discus
Executive k.OWT dvaniiif. Many pain Mk the 948. Magic Chef. 'Just'look at' its sparklingbeautyat
ion thou.I ;>. I :: w. fid*dMM*. O plic*
1 00 A. M.--"(Jo to CHURCHPartie 'I MISS HILDA CASTILLO. ".."O'i'wO....-.otI c."a. .
*." Secretary Its.. cooking features;_and. finally I r .at itsreasonabre

3 00 P. M.-Claical Hour se I -----.J
If'.t..ns announced low price.\Youllsay'athouanats of

9.00 P. M.- Fellowship Hour on I I, Paint Job UpTeachers' -
the ....ut). Community Sing :itnc. othet$:are;sayihgV'ItVa nevcMagic'Chef for myIdtchen

Dcatiwe Moreno at th.Piaui. WorkCHICAGO.APThz %_ this -year.: St'pc-ubiIMTKOVED
j length-wise. Parboii.Broil .
In uo .'. )1 Coffee Hour. : 1-inch steak? "
Came Club ,nvrt each j jThurii.y Stolp min In meantime
at 8 00 1'M.. school in suburban Wilmettc is CONSTRUCnO** SUiT I .
......" ,.. slice onion.inch
U. S. 0. Gail SerVice bright-and so, it seems are the .sr I..iad aIF
meetings i I scot. '1doeM. sew .... bitty 0.4 thick. Now turn sti-ik-.
Oiganuation). every 2nd i iIIn.1 : ihildien.The t I ...... .. M wr ......... Ow.. Place c>owns. can ut.
4th Munda place has a new paint job. r
> -.a..r..d/aw \) rack. Brush with
't on
Game Iloam: Chinese Check- Walls are pale yellow baby blue I ( \ .
i M, chess, cards pins-pong, pool. |I and other pastel hues. The black- \\V j'-\ \ butter. Sprinkle ste.ikvc its-
I and vegetables \\
K ding di,.ki. libnll y, current I board is dark green and the chalk _. "
-+ salt pt-pper. Re-tui n
"UI.arUl'aflOl table games. I IC' ii; 'l'lIow."Tht'I'"s. e tic 11ttMign .
rack to broiler for 5 to
\ an entirely different /w Filletsots
Shower, tennis rackets golf i ic attitude nowsays" Gordon 10 mins.Set .
lubn, fishing. liners, cameras, Walker, an instructor. There\ I 4/ O1'\o1\S heat control or
ihecking service film service no late afternoon letdown. The flame at highest posi
I Pre-heat S mIni.I .
kids awake and always are
mailing and wrapping packages stay
IOTM'fi'o lCW
.... CMt mtf
Itxtlying messages phone booths. ready for something. Of {'UUI see I ...... A.4 .... .. ........ Broil 10-15 mins.
stamps railway express service, that makes the teacher's job a I .*..*..r.. ....<*....."""
vuiUble to SKrtVlCC PE1CSON- I little harder." I Y", ........... w .

I4 sleigh Davis -Director. !j In the early years of the list ;
Gerald PinderProgram: Di- I century, when farming was im- KEY WEST GAS CO.
t rector. | possible during winter in New

U.verly u.-h.1f13n-St eretary.Vuh"t'n j England, they would make pans, I PHONE ft1
Cruz Information i brooms clocks pots and such 119 FLEMING STREET
Desk Aide i things and come Spring peddlers, .
started out with them south and I -

-lP' Only about w\Tn per rent of \ west articles became known ii i !Nq..tN. t .1i: .M (J.i/'I Oft y. If''''' .",.Gt &.,1..

I). B. tarn hous-hold.4 are headed throughout the country as "Yan- -
ty v,'unites.s I kee Notions."


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.y Infornialiou for the Advertiser CI

Tton luca"'R ..* T.".Ii'T.r
I BLACKFACE T\PE ,'.,.me.t for rlas.lfte4 cd" .
meats Is inv.rlablv !. ad
Advertisement under this head regular adrertiers wrouots red
will be Inserted! In The Citizen at mar tease their tat
i i the rate of 2e m word for each Insertion menu charred -
4 4r lint the minimum charge for PCBLIIA.TIO I/PiIDLlt
Ilhe first 15 word'* or less. Is 5c. Tu injure publicatte..
rate for fclarfc fae. type is 3r a I* in The Cltuea ofatrevVloek
word and the Minimum charge for It... m.raia s tlr t
the first Iivrds is .ic. of pBtrlKatlwit.
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All advertising is' accepted under the following < ondifi:
event or error In adt'erU".nIC. tran.lent er rentr.et. The ew r
a a r responsible only for the first' insertion in tla..iflr4UUplar .....r1t:..,.
___ tfrrit"iBK for only the actual amount of apace uv 'plp4 ..,..
part of the h'.rUIt'mt'ht where the error oc urs..l .'
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1----------- SITUATION WANTED- *
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Cool airy house for adults. until II:i I am contemplating movt

I January 1949. Tel. 1021-J. I I Key West and offering a

apr0-3tx I i I keeping service for tmaMnesses. ": '

t i Will keep your

; 4. 4-bcdroom furnished home on 111 111I system or supervise PFi aat
I large lot in good residential I help. make up tax repay.

rAr avirepn.ito) section for period of 6 months ,, statements. etc. Reaaetlh

>;AUL G. HOFFMAN (left receives congratulations from President Truman (right in the While from April 15th. Johnson and! monthly fee basis. Wrrtt ....

'House. .at Washington ,after taking the oath of office as administrator of the Marshall Foreign Aid Johnson aprl0-tf]I I HI call on you. D. M. Dv .
nisi 4104 Ponce de Le.
plan.-: Chief Justice. Fred M. Vihson .(center) administered the oath. oi _
I i Coral Gables Florida.
furnished house.
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.. One child accepted. $90 month.I

/. ... BUSINESS AS USUAL IN WARE OF TORNADO'S FURY ";} Call before noon or after 6. t
413 Eaton. apr2-ltx FOR SALE-USED CAM
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",'; Two-bedroom home available 1946 Packard fourdoorSuper ate

...'f'J April 15 to Sept. 15. Completely -: Clipper. Rata. l

furnished. $123 per month. overdrive excellent ltta

Apply 1120 S2mmary .I 1311 Laird Street. Apt ,
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Fer any kind of property

Y:; k LLV atrI \e in comfort, directly on beach !j West be it botnc hotels,

with business locations,
or opposite a private or

beach. Special summer rates Paul Bovscn 624 Flew

on apartments or hotel rooms I Phone 1 j3. a;J'.
I Steven Hotel Apartments and }1 t
i I Steven Cottages. Simonton and Lot Sand W I s Lot 4 of Bfck M,

South apr2-tf Ave E. ; foot free ,

$1200.00. S2 e SE. llth ,( ,,

I FOR RENT-ROOMS Ft Laudctttel FU. -

apr iI
Overseas Hotel. 917 Firming I

Street. Weekly rates. $10 single Double corner lot I@l x I -

j $16 double a prl O-tf I side lot. 59 x it 8. rest Rti

Marina. Washington and '7ft.ham. .
Room for couple or 2 employ Phone 123-W. t ...
I gentlemen. Use of kitchen and t:.

laundry, if desired. 913 Georgia -

St. Phone 1061-R. FOR SALE
,\ ,. \\ .r.'pt."t... apr2-2tx

A.TORNADO CARRIED'AWAY the roof and w Us of a barn on Henry W. Matthias' farm near Plumbing suppife comp 1 e h

Grant Park. llL. but cows must be milked regart less of the elements. And so Wayne Hannover WANTED TO RENT stock. Plastic tile pjtfite'Md

U.ftJ and Eldon Matthias carry on with theirchores amid the wreckage at the usual time and in brushes. Murra>"'s DtHaMftg.
: Unfurnished two-bedroom houseor 1532 N.N62nd Street Mta+ *.
the,.usual manner. .c... '
.- -. apartment. Must have stove I Fla. Phone 7-3421 t "rll4
:. : T and electric refrigerator. WriteBox
.y eeeieew.eel%4. *Nee l:.:\' )1n.\TE. ST \SSE.\ THIE."il RNI\G - 327. No children. Man's bic>clc. good ee .
t apr3-6tx I $10.00. Djbvr, 6W
Qplc's Forum .
: : Street.Universal. aptf4 .

...V*................k...1 J Unfurnished three-bedroom modern -,
house by permanent resi-4 I electric ironer ,.
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ffce. ("I. .1. vtpml dents. See me at the Customhouse machine _
.*k. of Ikrvimmt ,11* rradrrxi'lmt V Apex washing ,
rtltlor 'rr r.* fee or Phone 1562-W. We 2313 Patterson.
rlK. | r.rro..r... mmr ll=: mhirhraplrd. must move by May 1st from "
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.Thrnrilrr.. >b.nM fcwfair Poinciana. Floyd R. Soper, Small house. 1233 Simyirton.,
...J ronfliir fcc Irllrri. !. deputy collector of cu toms.monwedfritoapr30x.
a wt the Maprr ...1). ..It:........ wtihr s or Phone 893W.j ; aPrl31ei
wirltrr. ,ww.i ardlpatty..fir i
Irltt r. ad ..111 be pahtlaked ..- j HELP
I...::,reeve./ed ........"..... I |i i j Coca-Cola ice> box Four dwitAR
Ponce Bar-B-Q. apr8-t
TOBACCO FOR EUROPE I men wanted to make :
6 I Cuban tile. SI.50 per hour.
EdHIor, The CItizen I+ steady work. Free sleeping j Motorola auto radios to fit aU can'

A; -recent item in a_ daily..pap n' t quarters. Cuban-American Tile from $42.59 Up. Co* pfete4f-' taI -

said.that one of the lesser item ; t+ r Co. 519 N.E. 10th St. Fl. Laud- | stalled. Bridge Radio. W _

\\hioh goes to make up the Mar-, b erdale. fla. apr9-4tx I 5th SU Miami. mitt:4-_
shall flan was d shipment to
Euttpe.of, over $900,000,000 worth i' Truck drivel alcMTidn Good t Male and female canaries tlM

of tTu>ti<{:o. Commenting,on' th ,: I i Opportunity for advancement pay i Johnson Street apr9.71tt

a United,. States Senator said that i i I1'F' Semi-tractor trailer

he f-Quld' not understand what necessary. Apply in experience person : White outside paint. white C'I ':

this.1. C amount of tobacco had Cabrera Wholesale Grocery. el. $%.75 gal. Doherty & C" ,

tu cvfth. the eoonomic lecuverv aprlO-3tx 846 Olivia, comer Packer. Cal
of Europe .but he was going 'to w
. 1597.; tfM-tC
Ke\' West for I
representative 1
try and: find out -
T11igave. me the ,idea that It' r' F FaA'7 t building plan service. Stat:. VwJt
', background and t 29' Chris-craft sleeps four.
\\t' cuuld trcat.EuI' pt to o\cr' present con- ihs
9odtoO.QO :worth of smoker ncction Write Box T.P-L. e/o, good condition. plJliSi
I '
good charter boat. I'll tle
Key West
why not like j CitizenaprI26t x
spend a amount at
; 13 6-W. aprlj :'-
home for the health and happiness j
Boys anted. Over $50 vvjok. Sell j
of those who rally x
arc going -
$. Magic Chef table-top ....
to pay the bill: When taxes name plates for front doors. gas
air consuming more than halt ( It' \. -i.haty I Write National Engraving 212 I j I $40. Crane Champion gas waMlt

of the nation s income, it surely I| HAROLD E. STASSEN.; Republican presidential candidate. interrupts Summer Boston l\IaS. heater. $45. Perfect wtrbiK
condition. Phone 89-J or
hooves Consres-s to try and ] his speech-making to try his band at entertaining three aprI2-ltx j
keep the of this I James Street aprlf-.
people nation
in I
small children during a rally of his followers at Lincoln. Neb.It .
good health I stave .o I HELP WANTEDFEMALESandwich
to over 30 Con i cs>srrcn and\vrittenj have {I didn't take him long to concede that political campaigningis !! Adding machine. cash regwtfJ

leicivcct manv favorable replies, cagier than nursing. girl. Ponce's Bar-B-Q j 19-2 Poinciana. a-tW I=-3\&

We have great foundations and i ----- .. 'r -- .. -- -- ---' --- -- apr9-3tx _
associations doma noble :work in : ![ Tables chairs. ix-burBcr **
the field of polio cancer. tubercu- \I \ril.LOL SMll.KY Rings made of silver cvina oncewt'r First-class dinner cook. White { stove with grill National t*
hosts and heat t. ailments. but for believed to cure convulsions or colored man or woman. ALone register. Columbia Rcstaur***.

tine crippled through Polio fixe1 i Quiet! and hoof,fits cpilepsv. rings set with an elk fast short order man. j j j IIi Duval. tiPt12-tl'tt

thousand me maimed by fhiumatuin. .Nights. Report to Mr. Rocho ;;.
Were one ,to measure the ; Gas stove almost new.: H
La Concha Hotel ,
want I' apr2-6t; ,
3 ,i have 7 saIJ- the d s- FOR RENT-COTTAGES
loss of time -
in dollars born I I burners. 706 Elizabetb. .
heart ailments it could be count untied Sergeant as he climbed MISCELLANEOUSSpecialists I I aprL'5e K

-I eil in the millions. but the same into the"barber's 'chair "No Cottage for adult ctHiple Newlv, f r '-
iiictlttxl of calculationould put haircut no shairpou no rur.l.i i decorated Tel 1021-J WANTED TO BUY
in washing i{i
iheumatl in the billion-, "wikh-ha/el.' .htal'- tonic.. I' don't I), upr.l 0-31x repairs, all makes. White

A event national ma aJ'ln4'said' want the 'manicurist to hold my j FOR wringer rolls. The Traders, !'! Good used car around $'-

that at least eight million hand nor the bo..otbI.tck to handle RENT-APARTMENTS I IFurnished Phone 1431, 130 Duval St 1|I 50-2 Poinciuna apr1A-JK
Pptc'in the United States were my feet I don't want to be brushed .

M'fferiiig from osteo arthritis. off and I'll put on my coat j I imyself. apartment 3 looms aprl-tf I, WHERE TO EATTin'
and more than dpuble that I I just want aV'am shave } and bath Maid and janitor I '
amount suffered from rheumatoid i with service, linens and utilities Dressmaking. Specialize in buysand II '
.no tnmnunss. Understand ithat' .I I IMontzellc's *
girls' clothing. Alterations THE
arthritic not taking into I furni1Summer lateJ Cor-

consideration the millions who I I "Yes. sir." said the barber I al Hotel Apartments, i'iJpI.)5itcPwl { Dress Shoppe 5181 OVERSEAS HOTEL

arc Suffering, more or less. from quietly. .i Of/ice. aj>r -10t Fleming St mar24-26tx I{ *

the twenty or more other ailments "Lather sir'?" ', . i COFFEE SHOP '
\ Washers, irons
allied under Two atMitmrnts available41 vacuums and I
this name, '
fans O'Briant Phone'1164M. 917 FLEMING STREET
the cause of which 3 William St. repaired. ,
is almost unknown ;, There was one physician for { apr2-6tx
I i It's .f Good Place TV iCombination .
to the medical profession, every 750 Americans in 1940 aprlt -U '

and .the cure even more oh..l-Url' compared witH one for carry ain ; I Nicely furnished apartment for Served
Pr'vgresa ca nonly be medsuretlb 1900. i one person. Hot water } lec- i i For guaranteed plumbing and re 7:30 to 12 QC

what we do to add to health Inc 'lri eratur. M6'month. pairs. Free estimate. Call Urcakfa FROM OU"J

and happiness and deduct from, Salt ,may be obtained bj. three Earle Johnson 1214 Duval I! John Curry 512 Margaret S t" Served '

i tK'kncs.s and sorrow. methiids. evaporation of -et.a- i aprl2-ltx Phone_781. ___ aprl-tf j A Delicious.LUNCH 12 to Z .
We hoold 5()
instigate national ter; evaporation of burnin4 | :
interest i nthis cause. Surely its ater. and by minin ark
i suit ,j LOST Present this ad with
your E\'ans-
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as vital to the health and happiness i Served

of the U. S, A: a, is "MissHush" matism and start a real march Small block Pilkington Studio coupon and !j 7CoursrDlNNEIl.
pock tbook. in No receive a FREE mount for 90 C
or the \VaUuns Man.". of .1 i jour ; .
progress .- ... . bta Apnl 9th. If [ovncLi I portrait. This offer FROM
Cenciess should balance the LYNN I expire>>I
smokes*of Europe with. research MinnC lpOIi 11linrt I please return to Mercedes Bits II 1 May 1st 1948. Evans Camera ; A Second CUD of Coffee
t ancourt. 706 Elizabeth Strict,) Store, Southard Street Sen-ed with Pure Cream '
intO"U1t"'ausc and iaprBlOtj
cure April 8 ,
194& .
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:::.. :ti ..yR 12, 1948 THE KEY WEST.',CITIZEN" : : 1 _u__,PAGFr IfIVF. t.

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*i : .,: B' rf Y'S: S:.r..TR i> i..TRAD :, WHERE TO.mIl: II When.a ad certain thtre product.U doubt buy or U as servic to whereto U needed 1111S DIRECTORY .WILL DIRECf YOU $ .,

Motor Court : ..................:..:........:................. ........ ........ -............, .-................................ I

909() himotitoii Si. :;: 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 WE" 'REPA1RMrrl' -- : & .. f .1...: .1
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: Ownership-Management. Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : s I w E SELL ''i T I :. : !
:: of BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty of Action Toys for the;Children : _We Will\ Call For tad.Delirer : WHITE STARCLEANERS 'Service Station :

Serving . : 38 Years tl perience la'Electric Work : : : -
: 'BREAKFAST. : Electrical J. H. BRADY Manage PHONE SIM
8 to 11LUNCHEON. Appliances Repaired .1 ; ;; -, I :.

.: DINNER. 5 to. 11.30 8:3C; to 2 ......................... .a...e ..... ,: t. a. -r. 211,Davml Street . : : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. Fraada and DtrUlon.Street e t

: .: .::::::.............................,...... ::. .:"..: .' :- :: _". L C,. r -r', 'TELEPHONE' ,41 : : 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes- Batteries Auto Accessories. : !.
: The Vest of Steak . ', ;. .. s . . 822 SIMONTON STREET. Your PURE OIL and GASOUNE Dealer Ie
.. Short HOME SUNDRY' STO m. ... t.I... ...*',.*.*..-*..,.. .:.'l.h**...",..........-.-."tee .-.......... :.............-........... ..................... R
OrdcrtSanuwichesAt : : .. ............... ............. ......... Dry Cleaningand ............ ................_.eeeeeeeeeeeeee. :
._ All Hours '..: : .t.
: :
1207. DIVISION ,.
Try Our Frozen v, I' 'Site, : : : ; Pressing24HOUR AUTO AND j
: : : aj
. I : TROPICAL DRINKS : : "Your Patronage Inv . .,,, \ S SERVICE TON' S ... t
a I 1It\ : . .!'THE ;M<3KTK':AT A REASONABLE : Free Pick-Up andDehrery BODY SHOP : .
s : PRICElJorFurilu
., : ,. ?ADMhlltt Midnight dnday. .. .. Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine .: .' -*' --. .. . Service -
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:..........a..1..i : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : :: < : :\ >r:Details"Apply .: SUITS for 60iOS GREENE' STREET !
the MENAuto S )( : ;
Toilet Preparations and Article : 4o and Paintinsr 45 to S55 : '

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...................... ,........... Advertising' PHONE 282 BODY amt l FENDER REPAIRS J ,
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.: GOMEZ :: :: MUMFORD and ROSS- ..................1.. .e.................... ....................... -........................r/.................... th'

: FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor*-/or : : : : : : CAROLYNOverseas. SIIOPPE"" ,
720 5 i FUNERAL j jI =Hotel 113 Fleming St. \ !

:. Jlneudt DUVAL' Furniture STREET ;.: Carrier A. '-C on d.ltiomng. : e: DRY GOODS :. r LOPEZ .: .: a1 I'" .':DONALD. BARBER '1

: HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : S33 for Domestic and Commercial.,._. ,. ,. :. I HOME :. : 1106 OLIVIA. STREET .:: .:: Funeral I Service :: ::: yr W*'Specialize In : :I t

: : :.. ................PHONES... --- 1150 .. ..: : ... ; ; : : PTreatlnetats: Hair DyeingAll : .
Plastic w. ......................... r, .. : PHONE .;: .: Established 1885 .'
: Inlaid Congoleum : ....... .... Let Those ServeO . r; :. ...... '. '. Phone 175STELL'S , 'TTPE or HKLK: 'IB COKTISy .J. .
a/ .......................... ........ : .1: CRMAKKlkT YVAVK9Telephone 1
Axmiaster Broadfelt : a : ,/ icrie Beat ro Spec' ) -zing! !. : --:. Ltccused FuneralDirrrlors i................ .a. i..,'. / ....................' '

: RADIOS d : ,Electric. : :. .' '" .:: : '.: atilt : .................:a.4I..........1............1.s .
an : 6 WE HAV$NEVER ; ..- ....IV.. ._..{... .. ,.. -- c .
RangesRefrigerator ., .' .. Enlh I I loers'BETRAYED J:
. .. 'A TRUST I : : \ . '1 BEAUTY.'NOOKScientific /4tL
Appliances .. ,. '. . : ( i.._
Disposals and Electrical Appliances . :.&VEK; WILL ..., Jrln'f.n' "s. (ll.d Be.autJ'C..slture. S
-,hiii Machines\ for Immediate, ,. ; ''' '- .. .. ';. !: ; : :: -
: "Terms Arranged"'a Delivery. <. ' .1.; ., ..:"}:. in All BranchesThoroughly -
: "
OPEN TILL 9:00:) P.M.. : : &" nlht4ladce. Children'sApparel '..: : Ambulance Experienced :
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.: MON. anti's. .: APPLIANCE : .: 5re8 .: :' :- : ... Operators -

.........._........... 605 SIMONTON STREET PHONE. 11 ..a .. .,..:. .. .: ServicePhone .. Soft W.Ur U A 4 ExcroslvalfPhone
r.............................a.a..r.... Never Sleeps .5 ; h2Public
..... .... ..................... r........ .......... : 13S Night 636 : : 637 536 Fleming $t.r.L..r :
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: PRICE TOURSReprraenUUrca ; : THIS I SPACE AVAILABLE : J MYERS. .55555..................; : f'fn" r Friends and the Invited : .
: :
: SalonCu&lotncrs
o. _ Frances Beauty
: On I Basis : : ,
rall= : Monthly at . Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS .
e '
: ngt'r : : . LicensedPAINTING Fr.um Park. Ownrr J-
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: A I

: :Contractor : ..CrPermanentsituScalp all its Phases I
: For Further Information. CALL 5... ,, Ucnuty
EAST . or Sec the Advertising Manager FREE ESTIMATES"' '' *ALL' WORK GUARANTEED : / Treatment SFaciali

: COAST RAILWAY : ....._..........................................: Ttlepbona 9127. 114 v Dual StZ.. Jaiftrsoa Hotal :: : SuesCOCOANUTS Shampoo Manicuring *.

.: ....... .................r........................... ? For Appointment.Phone.....1331......... !
.... .. ................./rr/.............. ... ............ .... .. ..... :...............*.*...i...... .ST18e.
Located Next .. .' /.a./.r/// ...................,, ........................
Sa'c 2U'Jc, 'When You ",1'.''ant FASTER, BETTER : --:- : CASA CAYO t.
DR. COBO'SOFFICE : : Fire Insurance : : Marion'st
: on dwellings. : : JlUESO .w ;\ .
: : mercantile : ____
: . by INSURING withAtlantic BEAUTY SALON :
. bldgs. house. On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : p. .( .
: Will Ship to Any ," .
rLENlftG STREET hold and personal "Southernmost House /in'USA
: Rear of La Concha Hotel : : effects Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : : tuaranlecd Work Modern Methods! : of l/JS. or Canada :' 1400 Dun! Street Telephone 1314Jl *; , : .

: . Save 15'/o on AU Policies Non-Aueuable : : Marcy 5. Palacio1O1 ; I 'Expert Hoar Tinting Hair Cutting/ .1 : ', ,
: : .. I
: PHONE 124 : : MercantileStock : J. DOUGLAS TREVQRJH29 .. .Personalized Permanents>> .Sty hn gr ,4" .
................ ......._ .. / L. Crusoe Agt. Phone674. .: .. 'South S It'f'et. Corecbvfc 'raciall' V& I ,
' .................................... ... ........ .I Ilarrjh. Aulu }..t Plume ,J37..Jt. KEY WEST. FLORIDA Exclusi..butNot ExpeaiiTe. : ,* J '
N_ i ...................................eeeeaeeeeeeeLandscaping . ....................r. .................... ..... .. .....s............
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:: B.&B. CYCLE SHOP : : Marl\ and Top SoilTOP : : ESTATE. _" ": For ural More Hair TintIng Nat- :J 1
Riilt the Bus lo the : ; REAL _...7.ra;, or Finest 2
: GULF COURSE : ; : :: SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : : ..' In Permanent
822 Fleming St. R. M. Danish Pro P. Phone 1013 .: MARL HAULED,$5.00 for 4. YARDS .. .. Sales I : '' Wares . ;S

:. : Cusliman: Motor Scooters : :: Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : : Appraisals i g, :
: : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : ': G WEEC' H 1021 Olivia St.. : : Rentals Leases I :
BICYCLE : : 9 PHONE 801 Colony I
: IsT* Rental Service :. :...........................................1 Management : : .
: lluildy Scats ............................:................ Improved and Vacant 'a 521 Southard J .
TAKe ,, ,, : : : Properties in Key West :, Street :
: BUS ParkiuJ ; Flags ; JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP. : : and Monroe County : t "" "'A' Next to South2
NO 1 : 116 DUVAL STREET : : 'fr ernmost Beauty
: to the ; O\Wiiidsbicld ;. ;n :a J. OTTO 'frf.. C.. School I
4I1tlub t: : Open Daily and Sunda y, : KIRCHHEINERREALTOR : :: All Licensed
: LINKS O FoolreslsAlso ._J 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. I ".' '" ; Beauticians. 2Specializing
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: Jf: SERVING 411 : ; _
: tiinners : : Fleming Street 2 v '$ Modem
and :
: : 919 Whitehead '
Street J J
: Have Fun! : STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMELrlicycLiES Also A La Carte and Sandwiches .: Phones 124 and 736-R L, PbtyosCeulol :

KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : .................. :.............REASONABLE............PRICES.................-.: : Telephone 206 for Appointment S
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.. ............... ...1.........r.................1..1.......... .SCHABLAESPAMOZ.* ** ** *>
I REPAIRED : t : ...................... ."..................a.1... .rx..e...........
..............1........ *5. FOR RENT : : Good Work-Low Prices
MACHINE FOR SALE _ i ; Daily, between 9:30 AM. and 3:30 ;
A Good On This Page
: ; Our Customers MustSatisfied B. : Location !! : : : P.M.-Appointments are accepted: :\\J'; : 1
: : OFFICE : from Senior Students of :
: public by
RepairingMKCIIVMCS ; : FOR INFORMATION : ::; ; ;
521 SOI IIIAKI{ : .
k .. 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1310 PHONE 51Ask :. .. STUKET I .. .. TheSouthernmost -;'L 5
For the Advertising ManagerINSURANCE .
.. . . \ OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE !................................................ : Opposite_Bus Station : :. School : '
Not Sale__tneii .: *.....................e e e e xxxxrl. . .x.........'..x .1........................................... : .
............................................. : PHONE NO. 1 : of f Beauty Culture I :
Factory.Methods : : : : .
brTralDedMen .. : 523 Southard StreetS :
: i DRUM BAR a n d. ; .: l

: EASY ABC MAYTAG FIRE WIND AUTO BOND. : : -THEPorlcrAllcn- : There are a number available with over 800 hours ;
SPEED : : or state approved instruction who :
: QUEEN and Others PHONE 9112J : : I : phases 1 in beauty culture.: These Student beauticians
: J 925 DIVISION STREET : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
.. While 11'ringer; Hull ; "We Deliver" :: :; Key West Insurance; Co. : : beauty culture,. do good work at very low prices. Although .

: TRADERS r I e Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : 318 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1971 : Company : appointments For Appointment are not required Stop,. at it is advisable. ::

.: THE 130 Dual 1431 Street .....O..Packaged.........Goods.........:..:......:..::..::::..::::::.....:.......................Directly.............in....Front.....of..PostoIIice..................i ::'.....................1: :......1 523....SOUTHARD.x.........ST....,.or...PHONE........537....... .:

S. ......PHONE............... : { SIt ..................aeeeaeaeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeet .. :............."."..........e*.ee..eeeee.e

:.....................".....................: R1Ai3IOS \KE31KM1JKIJ.lirrvrr"OIl11U:: Y }'otrn I R\IJO{ : :- Sensational Value : : BEAUTIFY

: When You Co : Take> A Radioman. l.. Kcpair; It . \\ h>' : D arionMORLO'S : ,

: Food Shopping : Not Buy It From A Radioman . and . : : : Your Entire Howe with ;

', '1' Be-;;'Sure'toTdet;; . ASSURE MU'K.sKLr' or i IIMSI SWAM RADIO : : INLAID LINOLEUM '

BIG NAME LH\I'L: : AC DC Superheterodine ,

n I' f"\ ''\} t r . $ Plastic Table Radio or ASPHALT TILE :

,Ir'\: < "cfMJ l/IHf. 24-Hour Radio S Tubes (IncL Rectifier) ,
.. . : : CASH or TERMS
ENRICHED Repair ServiceAl'sMusicCoe : EVERYTHING for the
FAMILY in West i I

I 'S The Foundation ofJtltal Today ,: :: READYTOWEAR"Why Pay More When .:

Planning I I i : You Can Buy for Less?" .
S : :; : : : Floor Covering Co.
W* a.e Sireel' MERCANTILE CO :
i Th LatMtHIT Southard ;
: 1eQ West AO at t : RECORDS PHONE 1081 : 707 WHXTEHEAD. STREET ............. .......SSSx1x1.rleeex......1................. .
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Division Street -.7'-' t-RUMAN j

School To Plan \ THE ACTOR'I

Day { -.i l!"; -

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Plarw for a May Day Festival ". :' . . \ ; ; .
will ho'dbcuated and acted upon 0, a -". "
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at a merlin of the Room Da !i : : -
+ ;1 / .
Motl.ors of the Division Street .

SflMml 2 ucbak tomorrow after ;a Jy re I7Etf 'T1ne.5

noufi. All) loom Mothers arc + lg f,. S .
urpaxl tit lx I present.ltru tip .,---e' b I i%

I >run made by the motherson 1 : : '
the May Day. Festival will be I f % -'a {
tilt) the !I'arvnt-Teachers Asso- e .- tt printing : ; i j !

...i."M".t/ the; .school when thatfiifaiuatiim ;tl ,, ; .

Hill b in the upstairs I t I c k ,'" .5" ..
ainliioriii.il an hour later.: ...
1'.-T. A. HH-inU-n of the school SETTING R FOR BEAR ..' '.

are ri niii U-d that thin! it an important .

meeting and. ihoir presrut > .I .,

is urgr-mly 1t'C4I1-strd.: \. .... .
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U husk. Cur rot Tea Drama-
It'90: Hour of Srlal-"bIUII utmost pride. ,
Hour of Sertala-cba '
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I 11:on-Arthur Godfrr Show rt <
Brrakfatt Hollywood I ; . they no effort to make each
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I 1:00: -...... Hall Hour-eoe I WHEN HARRY TRUMAN BECAME PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES on the death cf j ,

< I:1S-Tha Rape Oani-mba Franklin Delano Roosevelt three years ago today he may hare thought he was taking over just ,

i 'M-r- tot Hour.* Ih-mbl ot S.rlal_ebaQum I' ode job. But if political cartoonists can be believed. them n who entered the White House is the ; i .

S lu.-Bnd* an* 0_a I nation's fcrcmcst cclor. playing c new character virtually every day. Here are some of the roles I II -
Manus Block ftrrvrda. mbou he has portrayed. as seen by one cartoonist-Hani Barrow of AP Newsfeatures.LOUISA'S I
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.,-Tha Ham Party-cba I ; ; : ': .- .
Paul Maliaraaa S.c OI4.M I Your Horoscope; \
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S*-Wbuwi' rak* Alt- Treasure Band Stand aba
S-uu-&rttooi Of tile Air-rtKbidwa 1 Today gives a tendency toward .1 ;i i
How .*tl... .'......l. I fcl.utrn 1! I II i melancholy nature.h i c h I II
-par an* r4WUM _
j I threatens to become disorderly
aotf Aho.-oa-ta.t Dear Louisa: :
I,I What would you do? I have been married many years to and lead you astray. There maybe I
much indecision
a mqn I know now I can never love. He knew I didn't love faulty judg-

NETWORK PROGRAMS him as I have always told him the truth. He knows I love an ment and ambition a want be of direction aroused. For more than thirty TIlE

Its la ...._ .......*. Vat .... other. But I don't believe in divorce where there are children If the once I( : years,
eel ....ar4 .......* ._ "at, tat there is a sure reward. There is: i
... .and have five. all small. I 1
a> a>Ula aUaaard aaatraM ; we plenty of ability. Success will

kamr.B> .* relay.... t tact. M ataMaaa Ial ...caaatak .. He works hard brings his pay home but the rest is up tome I often appear to come by mere'. . ARTMAN\ PRESS has at
tat .au.. ."|... ....4.. ; .- I often wonder whether he really loves me or just needs chance. -I I It :: j provided
.al a. Uala.... he I Irf
I I me as depends on me ford
It't Many of the principal streets of !>
I everything.He .
MONDAY APRIL 12 is so weak. I can't respect may be! You may build up your i I t'Wellington, New Zealand are I : economical prices the highest quality

RventrurMraert. him but rye been thinking that husband's confidence in himself ,, named after ships that. came'
I .11.-New: 15 Mtn. nba i there in 1839 and 1840 with the !
"_wad Cvcry Day- bt if I told him litle white lies may- End he will cease to be weak. U.I
work Scent Hour-abert be I could mak him believe I do a men know; his wife thinks h4 is ,1 first English immigl ants. j I
K4dt' H.><* 'm>*atl..abe-w *t i I for and 1)l1SiI
his personal ) ;
Network Sllant l 11 hr. -tnba-aast I love him thus making one of us line and believes in abilities printing every 1 y
Kbfcim Boar lr p .,,_ba-wc llS I happy. he will try to live uo to her idealof I: EATS New Kind ,.
': -*virt>* Murie Tlme-..... Would you or would it only him. But if his wife belittles
I In Mr Opb\ bsi. T.lka-c"-! cause more heartache'I him. he has to be a strong chai of CANDYLoses .J I :
>s-Ttath. Orrkestreh*at ness requirement
Please I have
answer no
turn a4 Abnrr repeat_bewartf as actor to succeed.We $
S else to talk to. s
f, 45-Nw-"l t>. Thr* -nbLn one often find happiness m ('hquick'r 65 Lbs. 1 rI
TKama* lr*.*at 111- U" 'I Just Lonesome ,
_. by trying tot make others Wears Size 12 Again
tOo-tu f':1t.1t-IIbr-bule MINN. I
tin BuUh Sh.w-rha happy. ISow all you hire to do to low
.. Answer: ugly tat w to rat tin* delicious $
New a d Coir "tarT- ,
l wta.. Jr.-Inba I -It is enough to take the heart LOL'ISAAddress Ira kind 10 of Iba.candy. Ihirotn called 1 \t Milrr.'MU :lixOntr . .'
T:1"--New. ..... rrnnmcnt-rfc out_of any man to know that the M. <(Kb St. CTucago.lust.
Jack Smith. ana 8on-<*a I he loves doesn't Your Letters to: t>Iba.' wet-kly for 1-:, rw. '-s. '" th
... woman return ,
the r"mark..blIE" \\ltCandy -
Dabs C> nabeNewts.
> T
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Dinner Date-mix his affection and thinks he is "LOUISA". P. O. BOX 532. krducingPlanandslr now J I
vt-ars *iir 12 acnm
tsll-kta: rMwt** TrV -nfeaBob weak. Orangeburg. S. C. I'KtKIP POM1IVE!Eminrnt '

("N&M".. Plub-eM" I Young people have the idea physa'urssupervmtddusaaltestsand w
tfln It.", Prama abHrnrr rrpott quirk and safe lossn I'
.a. . sa .
bF4 ..f II 13 pound witi over 100 users ,
3. T yWr-n> that marriage is to > >
falling despcatelm :- .
:N: .. laxjlitn. No dru Eat '
in love and keeping this !No txm.sc! ? P
cbs up
Ulumw K w TRIUMPH all: you wanth ouHv! Uirinlcs I
ffoort ('smmrnc-mb* feeling at a high pitch for life but loa aimiilv! oar AYIJJ before mais oluth .
OftTaa1ad. .l A-r.rlca- *. COFFEE autoroijlcklly curbs the' aprictiti lh n.>ult is f
real Ina and kw -.ht (Atli! *2M kc
Ines Sanctum aly.terycbaC11R marriage is not really like you rat a: a
< Arqurttnabc" MILLat (ua: a-dayrsappiy.,.,ii:v..se th.r.yea.+.11 : J
Ad.retvre-nibs that. Of course people do fall in twjd \our money r"-onthr\f-,y f Iir-t !'.,x JbU
Tk. ralran love you tad to low.: eicht.: Conn in at Dbuue Nt I FOR( YOUR NEW Letterheads.
30-Row.n "rlow Coe HTaVnl -.... but they find that no matter _% all d.partm.al.. Jrwax.I braltti. i Anbrrr. .
0cId'rt'. r0uta-rlxIt how much physical attraction .. .. . I
.. .. All Grocers fami nl.rrs'b tie \,. .. sad ..1.I -
t+ D.s.t TV a ma- h* ..
there is between them. they will Th. /are ( 'iii f < .I i_ J J"
( ..rll* Chan Mjr..ery-mba I. . . . . . . _I i .
S -.... tI 1ft"rf** N wi->t aNadln soon lose each other's affection if
nib 1tos. C ommwaC.rett. t-aiN they do not "work at" makm a -- ,.. Cards or Announcements Advertising -
--V........... .....-.... success-of -,manage They:-have 0 to ,. -1- I ,

Theater Am.rb-abe Hour cbaOn adjust themselves to each other's

OabrWI Stac 1 n..t1.r. Cemmant /-.... peculiarities-they have to learnto Overseas
0.1S-News ..,.....,...t-lI\bI stop dwelling on each olle! ,"' Transportation : Matter or Catalogues, call

.3"-D,. L Q. Qute Uvow-nbaflanuny faults and praise each other for I
Kay Band-aba
Quirt. FVaj Drama-tnka their good qualities. Inc.
10 OA Cnntrntmt Conc v,-b* Instead of brooding over how Company
this modern
My rrtend l. Asreature.beelak ....... BkttcblThte weak your husband is whv: not printing 1)laflt.Ye .

and M" Clab mba tell him how glad you are that he "hurt, Dt-peiulablc Freight and Express Service
$5 --...... Warm" Mo**-bOulM 1 U a' good 1 man who works so hard
-..- Plajrra-cba to and thtihildrin.. -between- ] ) offer '
edkel.-* r n n. sutua abaBa support you are glad to suggestions (as
Rance 4 Tka.sibs1ItaN.w. Let him know that you admire MIAMI\ \ and KEY WESTAlso s
t "n.-abe
a him and don't feel it necessary
"* Newt. \artH Danra. Dan Band>-aba..ra.-rtIII to remind him that he is no movie Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS

.Nrwa...... sad n.nr. Band-raba. star just because your heal 1 Mils: Between Miami and Key West i l(0<> (design type style :and copy.)
"4 iI
I is ta.D.adw -ijA-- to do flip flop tvhene':er he is I .
-- -- around.
I i iI
Tlll\VS UIRTIIDAYS j I As for being in love with someone Express Schedule:

(Know America) | else you probably would feel (No Stops En Route)
I i the same way towards him if you LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
US S1'n.t M- Glen II Taylorof had married him long ago and SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.

IiKilMi.. Cur Presidential can- had five children.So rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid
didutlon th.* Wall Mf Indepvn- put this other man out of night. "

tk-nt, Itckft. born in Portland.O.vipn. your mind and be thankful that LEAVES EXCEPT
44ear> ago; you have a husband who loves: SUNDAYS 12:00 o'clock Midnight -
) at
I..f:> Plan. "I|H-ru IiInJt'r.; born in you and brings his pay home. Ti-ybeing ; and arrives at Key West at
Fr 'nt e. 44 seat aR. u. I I thoughtful and loving to- ; 6:00 o'clock A.M. I
llaun! T Ciluti-k of the liar wards him and vou may be surprised : .
1'a11ILiw. Si-ltool. notttl ,criinm i to find what the results Local Schedule:
olitgiat| burn in !New York. 50 'I (Steps At All Intermediate Points)
yt'uri ago.Alexander. I ...s.......th.....;. .e. ;: LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX. f
.'. Whitney pieichnt.nf > I CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock
the Uiothcihoud of Rail- BICYCLESRepaired A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 The ARTMAN PRESS
d..v Ti.timiM-n. t U inn in Cedar :. o'clock P. M.

noi-ud.C. Iowa. 75rar ago. I and RentedAlso LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
Flydrre. Ci i MM w-r. noted I SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and
publuhtM( editor o( I'ubli<t-r In Stock-NEW arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock:

Weekly New York burn in MaiUrn. P. M.
Mains l W years ago.Dr :

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of IUrvar i CttlW'tt* SKATES i FULL
HI.. 67 year ago.
U. S. -tulur W..rit-n C. Mag- Overseas Cycle Store r OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton & Francis Sts. ,
Ituautt of Wifhinjiton State l horn PHONES: 92 AND 93
at Muoheil. At mil.. 43 years I 120 Division St. Phon 1380.taoaaaaaaoa .
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Second Came Called On Account' -r ImP4 ; I Over Week-end ;; LOST KAKM: IT IJUH RifT,

Badminton'Title Fito Lastres, who starred in

I Of Darkness With Score I; __ __vr I II basketball:: baseba.* and !softball :.: Onre a*.*.. tit.* .Mtween riwkr hei. t

I during his high school years, and : tK 9ukeasnae FMw arid'

:* U 1 In 13lh Inning Play Will Begin F r -, # i now is at the U. of Florida studying The Fleet SU's ...... !

,I I spent the weekend with he SttftdIIy alwt ttM'Ir 1 0'.

"" At End Of MonthFourth family and talking to his many dubs r Nuhed on tit* .ttlr rtw'disaaoae

CAIIB I.ASTRES'' GOES!r friends on the Island. I ........

Annual Florida State He returned to the University The Suit> ...- ... 11 W g W ,

1 ROUTE: I IN NICIITCAP: FAMED COACH DIED Badminton Championship and yesterday. hind the MK..tett |ii>iiin< .tf Onf. .

the First Annal! Florida State . : fully 13.iIb Ir.aes" pl.ywi a h-. . .
Af.f.O\VIM( ; SIX HITS I Junior Championship sponsored & i spirited.. .Aped M( ............

by the Miami Beach Recreation SOFTBALL There woes pMMy of raelirttt woe

AM J) FANNING: FIVE Department will be held in l\o1\ .- both m+. ... wads C'..... A. O W

ami Beach Auril 29-30. May 1. >.. '. GAMES McFaddee, UVI. r rrmnae1it I .gcsffwer

87 H. P. COOD ff1 ,! Rules and entry blank may be "- ;.,'.'''''- : ., '. : i. 1 uf lire !terse $t11.i.i, k..ding -.

Navy Recreation DirectorA I SYt acquired from Mrs. Neil Saunders . .w. ii1iiI itS4.aar
Simonton street. .;.;;......:- .---=- _. ---- <.:.. .... '\YViEPAUK SrhtMl bath. tae iOitea.
doublelieader of baseball wasplayed l lI' i (NIGHT PLAY) .
Kd in the wrmid .by pal-
Deadline for entries is Thurs c SI' Vi on mauaig.
yeclerday afltnvun at the I king five .niak 'tout MrWM .ftaarse.
)Muntrip! Stadium. day, April 22. BOBBY JONES (right) of Atlanta the former "Emperor ef Colf.tries hu hand In a practice roundof : 1 k up
Trophies will be awarded TONIGHT tied up in Ux fifth fctr tkrSub
the National Countrv Club course at Ga. just before the of the nth Annual .
Followtn are the i opening First Be rorvil, f. in ilea
Muring high. c all winners in every event! in I G lme.Elks '"S. Nova'! Nir
lights U the twin bill: tat both tournaments and medals to Masters Golf Tournament. Waiting their turns to tae: off are. left to right. Bobby Locke. Dick I Hospital. third. and tiee ui the Mflk. Theo

FIRST GAME I each runner-up. Chapman and Ben Hogan Herman Barren, with a record. -tyiilg 279. won the event Sunday. I I1 I Second Game-Adams Dairy they ,gM. MX mure I UM a'rr' ... lac

The first four inning was a % ___ __ _. __ __ ___ ,-. _._ ------1. I vs. Kantor's Men's Sht.p. plate in the a.atia. sevaak sea
......... . '
pitchers'' battle .'wwwvwwwww TUESDAY niMk i4tisg.
} pi1ft''anN .tdIutc Wr I.-
the Sul>n n Four team giving Game-Bob's Sport Shopvs. f

4, hits and.114 FOLLOWINGTHROUGH .. .. I VFW. Sonar SH..ool sal was elaatOrd'
; 01 the San : .. 7" i
CaihM. : . 7. : : .. . 1 Second Gam-Key West Merchants with t*le..took. H.weee1. hell t'i'
Team giving 2 hits Su -
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II forts the rrou-id were .cryn4easiehR
I on
brun FOUR came to hat in the : ,. ..; , : .?"Y"" .. i vs. USS. Gilmorc and hrker'e hell! raw'future
)la"t uf the fifth with Kiell leading : ,. ,. -' "' :< THURSDAYFirst .
I lots
hatters oC grafU
- > =
BT : : ..: .... .1 Game-Dob's Sport Shop
call& 1.11: | Rot a ba!e un balls : . . > Mjrpti of the 9. b lllasei
PEDRO ACUILAR .' : . VN. Adam> Duiry I
Ntdrl gut un with a bunt which 1 expect.to --.ha.rU' .lore the .r'

............. .......... . s ... Second Game--Key West :Merchants I
W4 played to stfond 1. too I late to AA.A-.......A-A.. ; .< : : vices; ot C A11..n.! Gnmm anus U il
: Kanior's JfenosI \
rot the runner Htn}e> Rot un by What Happened In Sports Here I Shop.FRIDAY. fin. These mnern ....... a .his

an error by Sane h.-a. Klwrrt; got In 1947 (Continued) .. I factor m carry... the h4 Hwb,
:. w ..... at..... M t4se +,labsarI
with .
4i un em* by Alunru, *"o ring -; # First Game-VFW USS Gil-
Feb 11 Miami v;; ilaonakm I
Sun Sox to A- \ Nh'w'
V baseball J ('karihWSairter
Kr -ll and Nnk-1." Smith drew, '
t " .
I DR. JOHN BAIN (Jock) SUTH ; Tram Here Manager llamlm of A \. >t. 1 m'n'e.Second las veir .
a liOM again lIudlt"I( hit an tiy' ground ERLAND. S3 (above). died yesterday t the Stadium received word from i. ..4. .' .. 4 The Seen SHtool. hM. a ........tfavunabk
the officers of the club that '" 1- t, outlook with" twee wits
.*r to De aa. *ho nMle a foivt play morning at 4IS o'clock will train here They will be here they v .... '.1'-. ..,, _.._, .i.JIJ''roff j JUNIOR( SOFTII\I.L( men MIVIOII( III uW ..... fu '

on Sterner at hom* Huffman in Pdsburgh.: Pa*", from a brain I'for four weeks, and at least 40 t, ,: 11' ? '""'. I 4. >' t _. SCHEDULE Ujtw. Thehop Sa a' race .kaa wrrve

",me- up and! got n with a fin" tumor. Two operations were ; players will be with them. This .? 'vl.JiJ; J ..f" ... . .ilia. .. .' {'< a:s: .. i Bayview Park Field f)1 buaWrig a 4na..g lswntar.wnri

glr.. anMinit I3ett and' SmithSekel . performed by doctors in efforts : 'i .* . Weeubrvucfc. .MowaM. aMI''
t> the:" first time a club has trainedin '.0 l" to f. : > ::1i I. I. ," ,'.. 't'.".'." .. . P.M.- .
WEDNESDAY 3-t: ._.. '
rarer up with a single. to save the famed football .I Key West. 'C : Jok. . and Fh 'vtJ. -t)"* -

k."ntt I lodge. Ituflnvtn and Seat1 coach's life. Feb. 12 Gabe Lastres, star r \. Harris School vs Poinoianr nope. to again eamr thM h ft/|
a>'lv..nr .
(.... ., Bennett then got on within l>lav being at t-ei.ndt: A. Lasters the Augusta Red Birds of the i iI - In JatfeMmvillrScore ( .

rrrur l.v !I.>*.., !aoidtg: Huffman I tu Navarru. Elwert going to I South Atlantic league : :... 'L' '_ <. ;:: I I Tliltl' by .IV\.....: 1 H. F. '
IWtmrtt *.... ,,1 hose hit storing Ewert Sekel U.S.S. Wilkie will start play-off 'q J; : i FSS tiO .M SISC 6 -it
babe bv lUJject NtdH then flied frounded out to A. LaslersS this week the winners to be. city I II .. ,: : .r $# : :: :\ :. < . :<;: ._ i i1J i 1G93-William Bradford sets up Griffin an.l' Ve,.t; Pace.- BirOwwit
nut te I'..... tnd.n the and < a
inn.nx New York City's onnttng .
I IIhv > :
i n'. Piiutes. 4. Subron FOUR 4. I champs of 1947 in baskptball.I I ; : i . and Morse
ntfekine the ccure. Subron FOUKC ( ie-,1 of the game was ai Feb 13 Island City baseball i "- ',.." . .4.." '- ' "' :. :i << --? ;-.l v'11 press. *

In S.n the.(.at.l tint...* twH 0 of the Cth inn- pitt'hers' battle all the way. The !. league standings: Blue Sox won I . "i.q, : :,.... ::.' ." '_ :;:' '.: !.Jt.t_ v--: : :.:.. y' I 1845-The Company New founded York Life Insurance 1OIIAVS) a.tNNIVEHS.UIKS

game was tailed in the 13th !.: two and lost none; Ked Raider i iI .
inn. Valkla. got a hit. then GVaMd '. <.\\- I"h..'....' 1859-Fin;;>t national billiard : t
". got a single Canado tot inning I won one and lost two; Trojans i I match Detroit Michael I *
G Lasters pitched all of the 13 I I: won one and lost two. LLOYD MANCRUM of Chicago. a heavy favorite sinks a short putt in the opening round of the played in (Know America)
a Mnftle. filling the liases. Alon- 'Phelan New York
of wins over
rte then gut a tingle in right fwIdFwiiitM ;; innings and giving only 6 hits to !I: Feb. 15-Key ,We.>t Basketball 12th annual Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta. Ga. He shot a three under par 69 to take aonestroke John Sereiter of Detroit for 1777-Henry Clay. famed Ken-1

J ValUIa and G. Vail- I Subron FOUR. Typin gave the i I I Varsity won over the Pahokee : lead. He was paired with Lawton Little (left) of Cleveland. 0.. who carded a 73. stake of $15,000. tuckv stat........... PrMiJenUallcandidate.
Pirates 2 hits whie Lucca gave !i:five by a 38 to 15 score. winner the winter tour. awtM the guest.
dot KolMfU then flied out to Mangrum was leading money on 1861-Fort Sumter fired on- : tin
them 4 hits.Statistics :
School basketball -
Feb 16-High
Krrtl: Arnold drew' a I bow; on A ._ beginning of the Civil War American h""ryhltt'll mHanover t
of the ---- -- ---- --
games: I five St. ---- --- -- -- - --- - - --- ----
won over JWM 3If.
t 1..1.1... Dean filed out tu Bennettand "I 'Patrick'sby 1862-Union spy, James J. Andrews CML. Kv De4
: FIRST GAME i 46 to 25 s
k[ttring ( i"'M. Stanch ; a score THEY' PERFORM TOlFTHE) "BIG >> #.1'.1'.1'.1'1'11'1: and other, make daring 1852.
a Final 1 acute Subron .
fciwumled >ut. Nidel to HodgetiMling :: ;: Four 8, I Feb. 16-Red Raiders won over 1791-Franc* .P Blair ntedtWashington. .

the. inning with the woreSul : San Curio 3. the Wilkie by a 48 to 32 score I Confederate D. C.uunwiI.at,,
3 Totals: Subron Four i 3! runs, 3 i and at the end of third quarter Local Men who exerted at influeftre In
>nin FOUR t. San Cailo I within line, arc chased!, gr.
enemy .
In the .Ut half of the 6th. I I hits 2 errors: San Cation>> 3 the score stood Wilkie 28. Raiders ; e ;:a } ? I take to woods but all ax captured has
Slinger: grounded out. J. Valldas 6 hits. 6 errors l'uns.l.I' 26, but in the lat quarter the Well In Died Oct IS. 1 1a18. |

walk Winning pitcher: Stenger; Raider. cut loose and scored 22 I 1813 M'cacl! IK-lss Motet Ho-
to Kanrltex Elert drew a 1878 Notoriou-5 "Boss" Tweedof
Smith got 11 with an error by ing pitcher; Valldas. IUS-I! points to the Nevy.boys' 4. Has- At : # t4 Regalia New-York City dies in jail. man Catholic" :..l...narv. b%h*..<.

Strikeouts* Valldas 2. Dea& kins scored 19 points Skag '; 11. and Archbishop n! Milwaukeeedutulor .
\ ..lkI... !ruche then flied out to 1908-The big Chtlsc-a Moss.fi .
!'.+''u. Huffman get on with an Bases on balls: off Stcngcr 1 Villareal 10. In Class "E" competitionof ;. bum m C>,'rnumy u..11Marrlt l

.'t nor by Menthe filling the off V-lldas 2. off Dea.s 3. 1'1 Feb. 17-Manager Hamlin of. the Miami Biscayne Regalia 1917-The United Slates calls 26. 1999 .*

Ik Sekel anw through\ ith Lineups: I the Stadium has installed showers for 500,000 volunteers in war 1822-DiHiulil G Mitrhett, the
** ; ; 1a veteran performer Bob
hit rind Klwert: and Subron FourPlayer I and lockers in the Poinciana ; : with Germany. i noted' "II Marvel," humnnat. Cunntr4rct.t -
a 'o tinK
Recreation Hall and it will Ikerd of the Key We t Oal- ) I ftdpnlt'f1Pr.
I I uulturaluct -
It. 11. E. :g.
Smith Ikttnttl third nut t<* ( a 1942-Corrcgidor bombed by
be the tluu-house of the Miami beard Club. placed third in l I burn IB NorwichConn .
>*.*.> .):lait. Jfj 200Smith I .. JaFa dozen times within the scape
', Sun Sox for their training. a. the first heat end fount in Died Dtx. 15! 1938.,
SECOND GAME ss! 2 0 1Hodge 24 hours.
Feb 17-Red Raiders spill the the second heat before a I. 1820 Charles_ ' Ib i --- r
((13 innings railed. darkness) 101 1944-The Allied forces fight
In the (aol .hall& ol I the lar( -tinning I tf . I I 0 I Blue Sox by a 9 to 8 score and : spectator group" cf; thousands. : to keep the Japs oat: of India. I guu -,; menhant: .."""nor. U. S.secrrtarv .
the Blue Sox won over the Trojans "C" found Johnny '' of th<<' treasury. hon ..nFostnrl
thu'eIMe . President
Il.tit led off with a Sekel. rf 010 | 19-15-Died-agL" 63.
i of lOt.. 5. a Baker in the "Deacon. second Jan 1'Jrl4.
by a score Ohio Died 9.
I tit, Smith flied out to Naurro Bennett If 000 1 'Franklin D. Rwitevelt l.
\ lludite.. drew a walk. llufl K/ell. c . 1 I 0 .I Mcador, Albury and G Las- in the first heat, and 1946-World jtiins in tribute on 194VI( I Neai-, ago Frank
tres and M. Acevedo were the third in the second heat. noted New York and
Anareiva Morin .. 1 I 0 I jf Reeseve.lt K. M Rein
man hued l out In I S.dd. 2b I :first anivcrsurv
thud out toAngierha battery of the first game and J. James Hansen. in the "Ho- Magnolia. Ma; .. artist born mDHX
Klweit: Sekel 000 death i
p I the Trojans gan" suffered the complete : .
ending the inning with Malgrat and Albury for 1947- John L. Lewis ends coal j Philalpha. July 6. 1914la
and loss of his! boat 'hen the
the second "
... ... t to 0 in la\or of Sutun Totals 842 in game miner twoweeksafety strike. I II
the >
hah olth Cruz and M Acevedo for the Blue motor backfired in the last I IsaU U. S- men iftdIt\rlal
the Unt
JXUH In San Carlos
('oil boIlt>1I drew abate I trial run Friday afternoon Daniel L. Mai J1. president workers averaged 10 days turn. of
Mrvn l riujcr! R. 1 II E. Sox.J. R. Villareal. Hernandez. A. in Key West. Fire broke out Dr.
ottauM. tt; illnas.. women
un bait*. T\angu was hit by Val Idac, cf .__ ... n _,_ 1 1 0 Acevedo and Sterling Roberts & : : and quickly spread through i of Boston Umversithorn at wnik >

a pitched 111 G. LMstf"rs gr undrtl Ca.. ,adu. If I 1 1 each hit two safely for the Raid- ? out. I West. Newton Pa. 68 \-''.n- agndIUIIll1001111HHINlhiltNll4HklHNHHfthlltk010HN8Nh; 12 ,! __

out. Ua'keJew" to Ili-ds A. I Akmzn", if 1 1 I ers, and C. Valdez Albio Acevedo Hansen had to jump overboard 1 | / !! iHtiwwimuiiuiiuwMiniiHiiiuiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiini! :

L.MtetB .flied uut to Huffman. Roberts, c -_. -. ._ 000 I and V Acevedo two for the Sox, .i to save his life. He I ------ .

raw unit Carhart-H Angreiva was Arnold 3b ... 001 : and Lopez hit three Fernandezand __ suffered minor hand and bat -

hit bv a pitched ball Domeiuhg : Deas. 21J .. 0 I 1 t J. A. Villareal two each. burns. ; .

4 .Mnslr. c'tMing Axango NaVttrio tuIl. I Sanchez, I Ib 002 In the second game C. Valdez; One of the oddest happen- .
Elvert I-
giounded nut Valldax p 000 hit two and A. Alonzo two. G. ings of the regatta was when .
...... ending the iiininis. withIIIf' i of the "A" Class Miami ,
I Paso. ss 000 Valdez Albio and Elcoy Acevedo one
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MUll' and Cruz each hit two for the racers we thrown from I1'
I In th,' last hall ot the Totals- 346 I Sox. boat. The vessel kept going .

tccond mnmie Iknnett' uttting, Uu on'kHew I Final scon': Subrun Four 4, Pi- (To Be Continued) publication.'r. without direction. and was '1'- .
h\l A\ lnlo .
with an tiroi with an error by G iatei 4 (13 innings called on account ( \ finally captured by two patrol -
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got > boats.
Latter Seilier drew' a ", 'alk.Tn.n of darkness;). BASEBALLThe j IT TAKES A LOT OF VARIED ENTETAINMENT Those making the trip to 1'I -

gut on with" a f !'klt'r'li Totals Subron Four 4 runs, 6 hitting of Sterling has fea- circus. Beatrice Dante of France leads a Miami were: Dr. Fred Car- _

ri,,""'. J Autney making i the luU und 4 errors: Pirates runs, tured the slaying of the Miami walking act during final dress rehearsal for the bonelL Bill Hancen. J. W. '
Uenmttul b hit und 4 eriois.SmkfvuU Tourist ball club and the Miami -
nUv at Innate getting Ringling Brothers and Barnum 8c Bailey circus in Alligood. Elmo Maloney. I-
G. Laitrt 5, Typin states that the fans will r'a.
bunted sooting : paper .
sweet: Madison Square Garden Wednesday. : Raymond Maloney. Philip
heed out to G.: I. Yucca 3. forget all about Ben Fernandezif ; .
Smith Howard
Hue knew I Keifer. Otis Carey.; -
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Lo..tei. a ending the inning with" Ruth on bolls: nil( G. Labtres Sterling keeps up his hitting. ; -- --- Cook. Jerry Santana Jacob .

the pram Suln..Hi n>Ult: -. 1'- I 12. olf T>'pm 5, off lAirta 5. Two homers already and, his!''I 1 : Faraldo. A. J. Johnson. .

ti.la'.t 2 Umpire: C. Allnirv and J. I last game, three out of four Boy, Falls For Sports j Bags Eagles .-

1 In tin, lo..t haU of the thlld. Villaieul that is hitting the apple right on j .I.1 11116.1 : /' 11y I
.. A..h.... the nose. t.
r u..i.jHuttiiMit Lineups'
II..... llwil out 10 j Manager Emrich had him on I ROCK ISLAND. 111.-(AP)- MILES CITY, ( ) .
baud 1 Mngle whuhgave" Subron Four I I..
) hit a WILL } 011 SI/I//-::
: Angteiva. an iioi lettmu I 'layerP. n. E. I the bench the first few games.: I Lots of folks are carried away. by Ever shunt an. eagle i .

llMllU.li; M-.ie St'k1 l flied out tll }:laurel 31 b h 2 I 0 but I think that hOW he realizes. the round ball sport and some of pane] ? : y
fhetl out t-i 0 0 1H..dge i how well Clayton can hit. Maukl Pilot-gunners are Whew! ors :
I>'march IW-imett Smith as them go too far. A little boy II: rr
crating the inning with" Ib 0 0 0Stenger ing running for him scored the ey at the sport; in |
Angreava I 1-- Saturday against named Jimmy Mulhern fell out Did you know your wife very "
the Mrwc. ul".n t'oUH 3. Ib 0 I qqlluffntan I winning run tana. The state : I.
2. d I 2 0 Lakeland after Clayton had hit. of the balcony at Wharton field ty for each of bcfoic you marred hoOh ': !, .

rate 6th inning: U lAtw rr 0 0 0ltennett. : his third single in the game. house during a basketball game. birds which have "' yes live known her s since' I.
In the St-k.I. '
out I And Viti Vidal at West Palm I His only apparent injury was a antelopes and game :' wire the same age: I :
acid wrangle, A !1.a1'h'rot..t IC ___. _. 0 0 0Nadi : FOR HOME
a IMHH. Angteivts.t Kit o bunt 2b .. . 0 2 0 Beach, pitching four frames bump on the head j Game wardens : or
filed one of the best clubs m I - A. R.
against Tatge
filling the I-**. Doimnch Buckalew, 2b _- 1 0 0Ecell I I
got a the circuit Habana Cubans held I t} The Buccaneers were an association eagles in two
0 1 0Sieber
out to Sttni""r e COMMERCIAL USEWe :
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La,.tfr and I ALbilerk. them to two hits and one runThat's of sea robbers or pirates pedition worth $ ... 4 :
ungte. mrtmg 0 ; f c .. : 0 0 3Lucca. ''' Q 4rw C
Navarro; .got on with, ufielders . . 0 0 0 pitching and we will hear also called "the Brethren: of the i Q 4, .

Inoue with, Amtieivubung I' 1) 0 0 0:I more from Vidal before long. .1 Coast" who, for nearly two cenI 1 After the Arc Prepared To Furnish; 1 ou With .
Typin. t I' I 1 Have not heard much from d
home oil i the I' turns, waged constant war General 6 .,.
tagged nut at out to lien - ': Danny Lastres wince the league against the Spanish in the We t eral Lafayette a I #. .c.\; ;(.. Clear, Pure Cl': DES or ( Rl S//t/J K:K
pl..y. Navarro deal T"toAIs- -I 'l 4 i "\1" '" i'-e.' .
tin. .mmng with the ,opened I but he will be in there Indies. They were Europeans with a miniature ...'O> / .. .
ending Pirates /
toil FOUK' among the leaders. I British and French and Founder of his i .e .
4, Subiwn. chiefly ..4..LV..
BCOUI'irate* It H. FDumenech Inc. I
PlaYt'r- first "formea; their associataionthe lieved to be in ] 4a" v" oa SG oft.. +" : Thompson Enterprises :

3' half of the 7th. Luc 11 --0 2 0 i I Salinero. rf .- 0 0 ((J 1 1L about year 1524Jj :) cause Lafayette e 0 '9' fir'04 ,

In the Ut J. Albury 3b un 0 1 0 G Lastn s. p 1 1 ]L 1I I to an intimate I "'-11 ..t:1': '- 4 ,
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widk. EUert bunted .tiJ 0
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drew 01I I
ca the play being J. Navarru 21.J A. Lastres, Ib .._-. 1 I I IAngueira ([)I J On an avereage day there are dish ambassador to (ICE )
*IH| got un with Jut Navarro, C -.0 1 1 !I _ _. g eti KEY WEST. FLA. .
Lucca !. i cf h ------ -- 0 1 1]I aproximately seven million tem- : PHONE NO. 8
at setvnd making d EI-I I .bond! I Q 0 I Ij
Smith C 5S -- I I' - -porarily| or permanently disabledI I The Frozen ); I
well' iil.rlretrwul.. ou with the AaDiu..1f ........w.. 1 0 Ij. Totals- 4 7 -I I Americans. scheduled for May j j I I 'UIiIUIllIIllIlIIlItIHIlIlIlIlIllIllIllIllIIi 1111111I1I1II1I11IIE1IIIIH:!! 1111111I11111*111111111111111I11I1111111111I1111111111II1111&1&
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J'tiIc .Jjg Gene Gleason InBayvicw: ParkA .....' ,..; ,,$ ...., 'k. ? :! Daughter to Agueros
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Chapter 77HAVENT pressure!" Eddie commented fjf j mands for free tickets-you.don't political'rallyssndcs the street. amtuwncc the

-I teen anything like Framingham had organized them get those unless_the word .u out auspices of the public affairs birth of a daughter Yes1essy
instead of trying to loosen his that it's going to'be a hit. II dl
this since I worked at county up committee of the Key West Jun- afternoon at 3:07: o'dock.
luncheon 'tycoons with a little 1 nope you're tight with the J,, j
pohtictl headquarter on election food,. he'd have raked in the Annie Oakleys" she said. "'v'e' r Charnb/T of Commerce is The new arrival wig 3lbs.

night!" Eddie Gale commented u funds-and saved himself'a flock can't show any profit on them." due to be held tonight in Bay- .. 3 oz.
of luncheon tabs. we've I view Park, beginning i at 8
he looked about his temporary "Well gotten nearly10000 ,- ....
"The quickest way to a man's free tickets for the kids- o'clock. '
Ace. act to handle the )
arationi for up the "Carnival prep-of pocketbook is through his wife" after some big-hearted Scheduled to speak arc candidates -MY 9ur.sY.orKcYwT"f .
Animals.* Carolyn epitomized. "That's the ups forked over the -Crown-I Tof-'ttmiity vuuniii&lorters,1 : f (SinA t&fa Wtifk h u ;,1
salesman's' first commandment.: price he announced. justices of the peace and constable. J 't; \.. I tt.tev..1: '\ .
"I notice difference I'
one "Remind me to rememberthat With an attempt -to affect an t-, 1-1-7a"-1----; LTTt
h.Carolyn told him. ax she ," Eddie said whimsically. "Imay off-handed tone. he continued: ;
glanced at the six typists who need to know that if this "Oh, there's something want- Another speaker tonight" : will ATTEHTIONHI
'wvre busily hammering out announcements Carnival. goes over." ed ttf clear with you. Is it okay be William A. (Bill) llerin. candidate

and meeting<< ticket "One thing at a time my lad i with you if we take. Oscar out i for circuit court judge BINGO PLAYERSNAVY
orders for the carnivaL "Every Carolyn warned him lightly., to Orchestra Hall ,to. pose' for a i group one..
body's busy_at a political omre.th.'re "Just keep your mind focussedon few publicity shots with' Dr. I The mmittec announces that WIVES CLUB. NO. H

usually smoking or look profit and loss right now.-*- Warshavsky i I Fuller Warren. candidate for the I Sponsors
ing out the window. "Okay, okahe! answered Carolyn gasped mildly. horri Democratic gubernatorial nomination
':EddIe grinned and reached for with a wave of his hand. He fled will BINGO PARTY
one .( Ute three telephones on paused,, trying to think of a question "That chimp again! she ex speak next Monday ,. .
bit i desk which had been ring that had been on his mind. claimed.! "I thought we were night. ," \\'EUiESUAI'ICII.. I II
ing continually sine& the office lie consulted a memo pad on through with'those-stunts." _J j ::
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opened. his desk then looked up at "Wait a second,"'he.'explained."I '. : L:#; a HM() ) to 11M 1 ( ) P.M.

"Yes?" he said Into the phone. Carolyn with sudden enlighten- already hinted at a few goofy Tern III rflS Public Cordially Invited
ment. "Here's I need stunts when I talked to the. peru I *.it Wirepb,4"THESE REMEMBER
He continued to listen and an one thing great THE DATE!!I

expression of consternation appeared help on: how to get tickets for Doc yesterday. You' know what 7130 A.M., E.S.T. TRUCKS ARE PARKED along the famed Pennsylvania Turnpike near Carlisle.: Pa. in a at SUN and! SAM; CLI; H
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on his face. some of the school l kids who'll he did? Dug me in the ribaand '
want to go. The show opens oil said 'Bring on the'jokes.Honest.." I sitdown strike by drivers. proteitlhg': agaqur a state law- limiting the total maximum weight of a

Carolyn."How; lie hung. up and turned to Friday night so their parents Carolyn resisted the suggestion Statioa- truck and its par load to 45.000.pounds. Truckers standing in the road have just balled the driver -

.' would probably let them go wit* for a time but.Eddie at.last per Atlanta of a huge truck and,trader.,and-are telling him. to.place. : his vehicle: in line with 1.000 others.strung _
do you like thatthe a chaperone-only thousands suaded her too, ,along with it. 6.1Filling. : I I '
d n4lthat', Rupert Man- them cant afford it." provided that it was' acceptableto $ 29 t I out along the super highway.-1 .; :. __. - Let
kip..> the trained seal-man. He the orchestra.conductor;. Birmnighi 70 _:.,.-. -- Us Help You
Then' why don't we find soroer : .__ : .! -- --- -'. -: - -- -- -- --- --- -- --
calls me up every day to tell me body to buy the tickets. for. When Eddie.'carrying-Oscar< that one of his seals has the pip.I them?" she asked simply. his arms 'arriv d at4 the hat!. Boston ' 53 Briile GroomGiven of J 1; i ri'.ll'V :: I.,,' it. ; LEWIS,; SENDS:
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have, more trouble curing his "Simplicity Itself-but whom Warshavsky 'hastened "over to Buffalo) : H (Continued Front Pie One) : Plan Your Floors
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worries than he has curing the -
do we ask? greet hem effusively.: I Charleston __ _ ____ I f Girl;i Mouth
tealsM!- "Get our workers after the big "Would'you consentto" a'little Chicago .-. ... _ 6J I Ir SIl'/Jri.'u/ !.:, "' : ... ; end the differences between Lc.vis -i' free Ettimatct Givtn;
.4 with the' l r -' : 4;) : ,
pose mal problem business men the politicians gag picture chimp and the Department of Jus- .! Asphalt, Tile
*,". >Carolyn reminded him everybody who likes' publicity oa Eddie asked. ( f /; CorpusChrtj.--.. -.... -. T !,I At MaralhoiiMi i:1I : :"ks- Lillian Weaver hastheCut 1vvisselectedas "at. Rubber Tile
safely. "But howe the ticket aalIOSftlthat'a their contributIons" she offered."I would; most of a certainty* I II Denver A.1I -i' .: 29Dzufts :>> . .... 1 tict' Tomorrow morning 10 i
the main'problem.- think I can persuade one or said the conductor: :.with a -booming ..... d.'f& 4. I ; -*" : ; i>f lire Monthbj o'clock he will be arraigned: in I. Cork Ttfe
You know he him 'to I >. J. U.IIi"Ul: ami! .Ails. the West rltt1 loire: .Plastic Floor Tile
f sweet. anawered two of the newspapers to print laugh. "Here4-briag El p"O tl f Key > federal etnirl her" to face a -
blowing e puff of smoke a list of contributors. the podium-I give to him '.* 1'-t Worth -. I Marie I'ru-c.. and the K.A.K.XlubRave VMCA, and. on Tliurbciay --he will Plastic WaD THe
69Galteston : of of ,
b 4e the air. The sales surprised "Great! he declared reaching baton Oscar.puzzled but .com uutilyyr rdl charge rtmUrnpt court. e BroadJeKsCapello
a sui 'AI ,
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me: These women on the orchestra again for a ringing telephone. pliant was. placed< committee otthe Jacksonville 71 'I iliijc l icc''plion for Mr. *nt rr';. j jKrrtl of thc Month .
and the museum "Let me know how you make stand in front podium: He focnuil.rlanHii; partj Acoustic Ceilings
C'9'ftIftittee-wha' a job they're out took hold ,of. the .baton 'handedhim Kansas Ci'' : 39Kgy t I nll)' of Marathon 'TisrirI - at the YMCA. at 3 Johnh'ritchard's SOUVENIRSPARTY Hardwood Flooring
d.ml-! by Dr.: Warshavsky, sniffed WEST 78 I. day o-rnins.. April <5th.' j, |I' in. I e Formisa for
Carolyn smiled. pAROLYN and Eddie met only it once or twice, and then j r r Key West Airport 77 The (bride woix- a dicss of whil -. : ecebeatra will pro"v Sinks.
"Glad that. she said stretched :out his*. arms I de the uiut:!*:. FAVORSand Counters. Tables
Me hear seldom during the next week. long toward Los I\"bdes a eyelet l"1nbll.idrry. Tl>'- Rrwun [
ISra spent a week doing some Most of the time she was either the.Qr he3tta.JEddie, standing l.ouisviUc 4Z Iwore I gr.-y ,iwnto, an.I'l whi'e' I irisict. The. Girl i.( the Month i;. the BRIDGE Floor Sanding and
fcrtry missionary work; so far. promoting sales of tickets or toil back a few feet.;shot the picture 51 .,,,, \vho lias volimteeirtl :S.TVIIin -.- Refinishings
r.. seen all but three of the ing to work out new publicity of Oscar; with .WarshaTsJcy Miami - _, -- 73 .. .' ,tJ,p YMCA for the greai.p.1riuni PRIZE ITEMS
ladies at their homes. Some of slants to advertise the carnival coaching him. reflecting: with Minneapolis 27Mesrphu TIser \\TrC 341 1 szusi..: pre.ri.t.veri..se .[>cr of hour Modern floors & Tile

them: put up a tough fight but When he met Carolyn after pleasure,that it was exactly what . - 72 : tflJ4 it ..v'mJ dish. : __ '__ Everything in TOYS to
when they finally took the tickets. days of this unceasing activity, he had come i ,. ; rivc< tli*
I .knew there'd be results. I've he had harassed watch that .' AIt"rwardall gieal Make the Kids Happy I .
a nerve- They better pie- I New y"'k i !i: wfn;: f.pu.: 31 (
ha's f'tisva
got little competition worked wracked look but a spirit of undimmed turecaptian.said the tympani Nuif"tk '- SOIlS allli l tlamixl tt, the iiusjvI .
Vfi: and the,',. all putting the optimism."I sourly to the second violin. That i 11 ,lof Mr. and Mrs.\ (;l1:> Chase:: and -, -- -, \-4+ TROPICAL TRADER Coiilraclor;
pressure on their friends so they wouldn't be so confident ape's a dead ringer tat War. 'I Oklahoma City 51 Mrs.I Alton Bocse-' | CAR, OF THANKS\ 1434 VIRGINIA STREET
cea outdo their rivals.. about the Carnival" he told her. !" Omaha 46Pensacola I 1 I JJ We hlybctenI I l hojtrirelitli 718 Dun St. Phone 1000 PHONE ISM
I'I'shanky The hi kle and An* .hew they can put on the "U there weren't *e many, de-, (Te ke eealtsta.*) ...,. Roanoke . 73 J I their typical joke Rifts cruorn anii/l opon n>uch-l "ukfor; ; -kiiulncss shown IHII'household -'p' "at- .
-'-- fl AA :
'du'I'ing tin illness and
laughter and The
1 applause:
St. Louis ._.. .
SIts/ Now Hauls k. .IVS. SUPREME I San Antoniu 47 I grand;: l pr /e. a set of dishes and .following the.death of our. holov- '
71 .
The Weather I II s..erwarl', were. wrapped. ina., cd hiislMnd. and falh. .. MicliH, I .
SECRETARY UK San Francisco
43 I discarded fish net whfeh'was\ 1Sh. and the many triuiutr'pf'llve -.
J'oil; Locals I Seattle :
ure IN CITY APRIL 30 '- 43Tal1ahasscs :given: l hv the K.A.K. Club' ..wishi and cstecin wlinn ii: ex- ]
I 72 i ing; the l 10,itlo and :gromn: years"of ir-safaI; in 'Beautiful. flowers sent.always '.
728 Of '1 10() unil, 8UrUI'Ef' FORECAST Tampa ro happiness.< Yourlinctn'i1l 1 be re- ''

Key West and Vicinity: Partlycloudy Washington;,; 69 __ __ . .J cnlhei Cd. '. '- i Mod
; W. Sikoh elected I
I this afternoon, tonight and .
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Chef de Care (mmrxtor ofVoJlure Tuesday: continued warm. Moderate IHH( > MIUIMKS: Id'giog ) anrJ2-ltx- NEIL SIIKA.Yoaf : ;

Lurule 728. 40 and 8, fun to fiesh southeasterly: ) I (Continued r-om J. gc One) I Meel .. comes ,in '
and tumor organization of the winds. pion of Honor Mahi Patrol: Main JJf'illU'shlyI noW c1; --

Inr.inn Legion. II' the annual Florida: Partly cloudy; continued i Band; Degree Team and Chant- ; 'Grocer ELLS That Good !

let-lion held Friday cvcnine.Sikes . warm today, tonlht; and crs together with Abu Drum pnd A regular nux-tins:: of Aithur \ -j '

will succeed Robert D. Tuesday. Few afternoon- shQwersover I I Bugle Club frpm Palm Beach- I Sawyer Post No. 28. American STAR BRAND i 5Z\ : i1. i\ ,

SmHh! at installation trrcmonies north portion. ;(f Starting at, fatoij= 4ud Duval 1 Sts. Legion will be held on Wednesday ,AMERICAN I i

tn lie held next month.' : East Gulf of Mexico and Jack- .and marching\ ; soutlf-trr Division evenin at 8 o'clock, in the and CUBAN. COFFEE_ 1' .
The following were UMI! fleeted sonville through' "the Florida street to White street and HishI Legion Home. Stock I&laml. I'
to scrvr with Sikrs: Straits: Moderate to fresh wtnds. ;I School auditorium. A group of new members: will :---Try:: A Pound Today-

Chef de Train-Robert M. Dan- :4 southeasterly over south portion j 2:30: p. m.-Fancy Drill oni be received by a ceremony conducted -

i icU.. and southerly over north portion i White street just. off Division:; by the Key West Guard

fonducteur-John Stout. through Tuesday. Partly. cloudy I t street by Mahi Patrol under the ,I of HOIHT. STRAND THEATRE
( arde la l'Prter-lIarry J. direction I of Captain Raymond A. : Post Commander C. n. harveystates '
McUgrr.ttynntu. Jacksonville .to Apalachkola: Williams. .I that plans will bo completed '

V"'IIi1lr-FnIlK'1.i: U.Tiodela. No small craft or storm warnings J 3:00 p. m.-Siht:;;: seeing tour ,I for the ,installation of pusSs.Ffiets
have been i issued.Report. v Now Sliov. iii1:111 :
i for the ladies starting at La'
on Saturday. l\.lay I. -
I Concha Hotel.! : ; FOXES OF HARHOW"
I4nipiateh4'ct t C. Cri
Aumonior-A. I.. DiNcgro.Ovmmiskiiirc 4:00: p. m.--Second Section at I' Subscribe to The Citlzen.1lI9. Rex Harrison-Maurinc: OTIara MODESS REGULAR\ ) the blue box. deal for average

Intlnrliln'-Fitrhn Key West Fla.. April 12. 194S. i I High School gymnasium by John needs. The sue most women use. )I
MELVIN M. EWEN (above), of I Webber director. Slotting; Tiiui.-dHv,
I''(fuiewieh.Chcminut.illaasy. (Observation taken at City Office {I
L. Harris.R. Minneapolis. Minru. supreme 8:30 A.M.. EST) !I 4:30: p. m.-Cocktail party at "DAISY KENYON"Joan 2. MODESS JUNIOR in the green box. Slightly narrowe

U.. ,,'ith ..nd| U.; J. D.-lgad. secretary of the Knights of Temperature i:: Casa Marino Hotel Mrs. Frank \ DAY Crawford-Dana Andrews: for those who find a smaller" napkin more coinforti H .
.Schneider in
Rol>ert C. Cri.i> was announcedas Pythias. is due in Key West Highest yesterday 84 !! 6:45 p. m.-charge.Band con('Crt. Casa Sunday* :May 9f/i 3. MODESS SUPER in the orr/iid box. For women who
the inner or the nn-mlierkhip April 30 to act as prelate of Lowest last night 76 Marino HotcL August A. Scheaf- Select Your Cards Earlylill!!!! MONROE. THEATRE need' above-average protection.All .

run% sI conducted by the Key West Lodge on that night. Mean 80 er, Miami director. I (;ili-oii ami Norcr'.; Now Show mg

Crf>*p \III.iIl'e u HK V""UU'I The Bible used by J. H. Rath- 1 Normal ? 751I ; i iI '7:30 p. m.-Banquet. Casa, Marino "LA OTBA"Dolores SIZES NOW ON SALE AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE
with diamond lapel| 40/8 -
Hotel. i Del Rio-Agustin Irusta
I PrecipitationI CARDSRoberto"
bone. in
obligating the first
The following wire ( of I I last 24 hours .00 in.;.I II I I 9:00: p. m.-Chanter Concert at y Jose Baviera I
lodge order will be used
tit attend the Grand
delegates Total this month 4.22 iru- Casa Marino Hotel ball Spanish Pietuu-1
i |; room.
Promenade" (cunvrnliuni to In- obligating a large class to be I
Excess this month 3.73 ill'.. 1!! 9:30: p. m.-Dancing and enter-
I initiated OFFICE
held in Orlando FU. May 22-23. Key West Lodge. I
i Total this year 7.30 ins. i tainmcnt at Casa:; Marinu Hotel I I Starting Tue.stl"BORDER -.:>
Accompanyng Mr. Ewcn will
1918: George Wan-n. Vain C I I Excess this 2.03 ball room.Deafensd. Slf"I.I..U:' FEUD"
(? W. Sikv and U. J. be Chief Tribune E. E. McDan- year ins. t
Stirrup. I- itt of Lakeland Imperial Bashaof j I Relative Humidity i i 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 All-Star Cast

Ilrlguilu. Dokies at 1:30 A.M. I Now Hear
: the W. Raleigh Pctte- flNLHere

KeyfetnWWC\ way of Miami Grand Chancellor I 1 L I Barometer 71% With Tiny Single Unit
G. Graham of Miami. Past
i (Sea Level) $ 30 A.M. I I
Deputy Grand Chancellor G. R. : Science has now made it possible THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI at POPULAR I
,,,lill1'u''y- Raymond of Miami. and other 30.13 In.>.1020.3 mbi.Tomorrow's for the deafened to hear. ,

prominent PythUns from up. Almanac faint sounds. It is a hearing device Located in the Heart of the City '

Pit't'; M withers/ state. A reception* committee. i Sunrise 6:07 a.m. so small that it fits in the RATES WRITE or WIRE :

composed of Chancellor Commander i Sunset 6:43: : p.m. hand and enables thousands: to.enjoy REASONABLE ROOMS for'RESERVATIONS I is ONE POST WAR ._ -'---

illation\ iricsuiUC$ of new. Earl R. Adams John j I Moonrise .. 8:33 a.m. sermons music and friendly REVOLUTIONARY HOME 'Ii
end l of as- I
iitciubci ilial ked MW . I
<< R. Kerr Winfield Russell and Moonset 11:03 p.m. companionship., Art-epl l h\
.1 l I I IMPROVEMENT for Your
tivilie ..f thc itirrent ft-* yeai' _
W. W. Wilson will welcome I the Council on Physical !Medicine\
for the Key Wt Hiikinra and the dignitaries TIDES of th:- Am*'ric when .
rrufr* ion.i WtiiK-nV. flub. U-.I __ - __ u _ i 1 Tomorrow; I tion. This:: dovi f d"Co not r"- \ ,i. ,I.I.MO. iliati KMI.OOOt.' ..' :

member HIM! gi.ct. gmtlecieI Mi Kd: 1 (Naval Base) juhc separate battery pack Iwi'ery I llohl Hold I .1".''in. .iiid 12 Ycfl.. of I ii'c.nr,4in ('" ,
ueek at thr home lust of'vice! Auxiliary/ ToMake (Eastern Standard Time) wire c"r; /gHrmrnl lo'' 60 N.E. 3rd St.KO 226 N.E. 1st Ave. 229 NE. 1st Ave j iif \ lopntrnt..c' nro'\; oil': ii

ward (Jrahant I'IQI' ; High Low bulge or weigh you down. The K.M.II. 100! Rooms SO (Coonis: I 'ii(.ci, mg (lie n'V. ;infi bvliii ', -

dent A of m-uiil, the group.alteiHlaiMT of 1,1(1. l lmenvlers. llans W' I 12:35: ;) a.m. 5:13) a.iu. ''one io clear and powerful. S. .:h'v.t"1" Elevator Eli v.it'-p, .i u: n.ti |",i1 .-titcil -

.d t IK-HI i baa h'l j 11:33: ;) a.m. 6:56: p.m. made that >ou can adju.st it you, Stla: H 1\\1 Hoatrd 1

itr*>nucr* .* \.any.! Ilu' tvi ,.-yt-ai-old II(I" f II'fU'( '''ill 1! self to suit: your hearing; as yomlioarinq 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION 1 1948 MODEL
.. "' . ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA : eh"rtgeiTl> ."..1-1";; <.f.rRpltunf'
t-hrfptrr MffiNilnl. I llw 23 itivnmaofepted 'I 1. ''' ' '.'n'"< AUX>|MIV. of r thr
sse.sslieie a li"-..rt> ".d I Itome Kiikt Piifebytcrian Chuich will I IiiMft I Reference Station: Key Weil 1"'pt.' I 11. I It-.o: W, I 1:11': 1" - PEnI: ti'i; Vl.l ':AHM: I .M I.VrKICMK.KIM.lHii : .: I .

at the .infoinial. garden 'nai- oi-lncK Time of| Height of St.. Chi'-Pgo 8. 111.. air so proud. ( ; { ,Vilju.iablo. ;3-iu-l
at u tonioriow mjit. i I WHO SUFFER : (CO: ;>lllli;> VTHIN
ioIknrd l the rrrvmonvpresided StationTidj high water of their achievement thai I I'A ll h.-v is YOU WOMEN
Mrs. ,
ly yvliMh with C. C; McCraw: ll -2Poimian OUTSIDE VENETI BLIND .FULL VIEW AWNING
,ser I by Mr*. Ediui Van *. Bahia Honda ill gladly send t'tdeitipiivt; STORM
Acker. fOr i..ml.Inlh (li,.tn lit Final ,plans' for the* housewarming -i (bridge) -oh 10m 0.0 it. ww>lilet and c.-.pfoin. how V-HI' ) SHUTTER VENTILATOR

dirrct of the latr 'fnlerutionttcr dmnri on Apiil :20: vtill be No Name Key max get H full demonstration ol l HOT FlaSHES I PROWLER GUARD ,
:; .inS! the Hiinoitanrc(' ofWoittrn's mude. All women interested in I (cast end) ._.+2h20in:: tins,,:,; remaikablc hcaiing clc\I irm I 4 i..j. !.1! | "? I |, "| .,",. ..1111'{ -? 'lpLt, I Iiiiirtt
I I I Boca Chica I :,,, > ilh I ..," ,
homevifh 1 .lfl' i
| UM" in the changingMI the work of the Chinch: have your own risking "p''r'J,I 1.1|

will toiUy.' Mr.. Van Ackeiointrd been invited to attend. Anyone (Sandy Point-Oh) 40m H f"'lm Vritrl4.ellone toda CHILLY-

,, .".t* use necvunty of accepting I desiring tranj>portaion may telephone -,'1 Caldes Channel FEEL

the tlvalltncf olfcird. 159-W. and it will be pro (north endf2h) lOin +1.4 ft. THE ' c&/ \ : \V/11EW II

Intelligent. (t-cptan", and dli-I vided. |i r oOo. NEW KEY WEST SONG Here's Good News! : ,
tiiargc of IC't'Wn.IJlhtlf'IJ' ; of I IOwCI | NOTE: -Namely"MY j .
day' bu,incs and pioJc M'n3l r \.;. Hester Stutz. Stell Cicn-\I (-)-Minus sign: Correction. GUEST: OF S2 Are and you going between through the ages that of 38 trying and I UADtt ..&ew "ts.

"women t ill culminate in II snore ski Elizabeth: Schneider. Onal !j to be subtracted. KtST".: luncUonal 'mlddle-iige' p iiod peculiar Ti.niicd' I-tI lIlC'b and Kotiniatoii: ,- \\'dddIJI,.
progressive and peaceful world Van Duerson. Marion Stark. Amelia (+)-Plus sign: Corrections t< I to women Doe thIS mak.fel Without Cost '
-is- you eu9 r from hot or Ohligatjon to Yyu
she concluded' Cabot. Hattie Lou be added.
of tomorrow. Hamil I A LONG CHERISHED clammy to nervous irritable.w4k7;
The short |tiiipsi'i *ve veremon- Ion Angela Perez: Misses Mizpah (hliour.mMinute.) BENEFICIAL TO IDEA Tben DO try Lydia K.rrlieTe Piokbaja'. cJaaymptoms __________________________ I .iuiltorizt'd healer

ICS ended i, ith a \\clcome addrcskby Pler(('. Helen McNaiL Louise ( THE OLD FOLKS HOME Vegetable Compound! It'* famous for this __________________________ -KEY WEST-
officers' of the local club headed Ketchum. Gloria Herman. Edith' (ft)-Feet. --- . ,H KF.Y:: WEST- Many wise 'middle-age' women h.ps future 'by Mrs. Alo.sia'lIn GoidU- Cummines.: Caroline Roberts ** take Plnkham'Compound regulariCafl') This great me tjcln also VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY
Helen DiHaid. Cecelia Rogan. Lucille i' (Ask the Jarsh es) I ly to sd's l : up resistance has what Doctor. cU a swwnaOxlc
noven. president j. The number of. U. S. -schoolchildren Compooca and n Wait eaectOlt 123 DUVAL STREET
Published .
The members who wrif initiated Hardaway. Margaret Bona- ,i pe rteachor declinec. by Ptntnam"Compound contain no '\ : Or 9.. mm* fntn ITDI4 F. S
T Include Mesdamcs Marion my. Anita Gato Ophelia Lester. from an average of about 37 in Beni. F. (Happy) Werkheiser. : : opiates) --no habit-forming drugs. It .I "'HUI'S ABLEIS! ..it* .......,.... CALL 10-12 for ESTIMATES.Hr

l41p Edna Arthur. Cucu D. Athra Pickt-ns und Rita Watkins. i 1890.to about 29 tn 1940., .''- Tav rni@r. Fla. Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND I. 'u ..;. ; ... ; '"


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