The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00506
 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 14, 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: UF00048666:00506
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Up Election Plans I r r'r* ea, P'ROGRAM;; FOR LODGE

For May 4 Primary : S'S. frii71 j jI jd i I ; OF. ELKS CONVENTION

(J.I'Jth.S11). : INSl'EC:: ; I

f."I4I:1111111 : OPEN HERE 11'IIL24- )t SEETHING MOl IN IIOCOT4, STREET: .

'I', U It S APPOINTED) :: ) > I .
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Issues Call ForSlulemcnls ,

.. : :u PRINTED: IJClllk !

.., _...... I I Dave Sholtz. former governor; !;
Kk-ctkm: machinery: for the nr A.
gcnnal I[ ruler of the :
!I WASHINGTON April 14. and pail exal'pd I
l primal My 4 wa. set upI of I i! State Lodge; of KIks will deliver I II
I la t ni bl lit tlc" meeting of the -Comptroller currency to- '
Mtrltir CuninL .ion.Clerk day issued a call for litatc'mont t!I the principal' addrrrx before the : -'. .
County a of the condition of all |t annual convention of the Elks: I
aril iiuprcturs in the National Banks at the close N' t
( {. in Bayview Park Sunday cvtn- e
kcvcii voting district were appointed. > j of business April 12. ing; April 25. tt

.. CM-h will receive $30:! for i :
| In announcing: this:>> today,
his cffwU on election clay, start- ; .AT"s.I"1'.1",11.
j Frank Bentley exlted 1 ruder; of i tt
inc at 4i minutes before the !I (AP" Wlrcphot'vj. : j the Key West Lodge of Elks; and ', y ( !

)P .IU open at 7 &. in. and endingabout Lewis Pleads I THESE OVERTURNED and burning<<1 cars in Bogota. Colombia, are mute testimony ,to the i chairman of the convention coma ti -alt

an hour after they clooc at i violence: ,of.a .mob which look charge of the city; within two hours after Jorge Elicccr g itan..liberal !a miller, :said that the program for cr.

7 i*. in. Not Cuilly t In ; party leader: was assassinated. The crowd surges; around; the wrecked/ cars: i the. 42nd annual meeting of the

TlirtTU: <>( ballots. were or- --- ", ,., .-.,. -- Florida Stale Elks: Association: (

d.-ml ,ininlcd. Tliorr willf (: Case j had been completed
HIM* that EO directly [into' the ; Contempt CAITAN ON HIS DEATH) P.ED Speciiil l License. j The program follows: ;

county's 16 voting machines, cam- I t *HT Tkr AvMrWASHINGTON ..... Pr... ; i' Saturday. April 24 :

|4f ballot,, MIM| hand ballots. \,, : April 11. Tax Not' Registration '
Imposed j Open House 'At Elks Club) .
IMP usrtt in of the ,
ta.any inatlniws John 14 lxwK president of the Pre-coiivenlion Dan; 'at Elks
. Irtfak down United Coal Miners of America,
John htlnd.: .. dirtf tor of resi ; pleaded not guilty when he was At Miami\ Beach Club in evening; ). 25 I

i I .tral..... JMH| that alum! R.rKX of arraigned t.., Ili' ... .... 1..II.eU would : )Kiotral; ion.
"' hacrdrwl Allan GokLborougli in Irderali Nnmerous merchants have
Housr At Elks Club)
.....1| aluHit :a.tOff of the "haul i court nn a charte of contempt Oro
i .ti a. t.> 6s I been under the impression thai ; Boat Trios.I i I
Ihilbitb w n l.1 l It' sufficient. Thetb. !! CVninsf-l for Lewis sked thatthe 4.
t'.rnnaima.i'Nt shush. ..; number '!,r be dismissed, the ,16'A..1 4vfiami: Titm 'lliv"i"ina &goods | Inspection of Navy Y tnl.'
ease as pro- DiiectorsMeeting
11:00 Board of
.i.ildnl.J.orrs. .. : j *a.j Jn Key Weal bla'-"lild lie liable U a.m.-
vbiirti in Ih? T..rtIf..rtk'labo.- S : I (I.a Concha ll" cl). j
M>hy. chairman of theenTIlmrntal law. 'on which[ the charge; is based d si>"-ial tax for time'pri'iiegc;;. of lOO.: p. in--Ritualistic Contest
aU.in orMinitloc' .
$ I. it unl"n.-I itutional. It was ; coming:: here with rucixl.andisr: ;: f At Cuban Club): !
the Wckl Junior Chj.iilKrof
4 Key
argued that the provision actually :sell.! Annual Dinner 1I
: : (p. in. --
Crnu1N'/lr. *aid$ that hr wanted
imposes on the miners>> "invol City officials today received- a Merlin of Ujur.v-Ann[ Home ,
In K..t aljiMil 20 or 30 of Ute ttam4r -
| untary servitude." !: letter from Claude; : A. Rcnshav*. Commilloe * (.om h" Hotel). I
| iMllotx in vat inU$ *|" U around : ,.., ...
Judge n<.ldslM. >roti I"l I. overruledthe 'I' city manager of Miami BeHi 8.09 p. m.:" Fortiiai Convention a i
"toft. l
ritv Ihrynt.ltl r rccnIii
motion for dismissal, and slating thai city docs not exact openins: and Band Conceit in CAP \\"l .
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counsel for the goveininrnl not ''Ocupati'mallit."t'ns!"; from wholesale Park. Hon. Dave Sholtr : ..
following: U a list of In- AN ANGRY MOB GATHERS in streets of Bogota. Colon
:t: medi"'rty' | began to present their ,. or retailers: making plivcrif'3 principal speaker.Monday .
t.1 tt"rs and Clerks: ftcr assassination of Liberty Party Lcadtr Jorge Eliecer Gaitan.
Miami Beach, their
Six witnesses 'at but having 29
tide of the caw. April
I',u Into I 1-- Clerk: Mizpah Jut after this picture wes made the mob started sacking and
business herer
of elSev
will be cailtd to the stand by the places : .
.... Kveliu; Valdez,;, :! Registration.Open
I'ten..pm.; | : 1is very doubtful if such burning: buildings and street cars
Mouse (Al Elks: Club) i
.... .. government.! ;
Eaeihu: ( "l Juan ilorua'Jr: .. .
court I \ : (Continued On Page Eight) Noonin --- ----- - -
Willie Curry Cttarl'V Piilrhard.Vrtrtxll Lewis entered tlo e << room 9:30 a. m. to Iti
12 minutes before the case came : !( Business Sersiom 'Elks.:
W. llutchinson. Jo<;ep4iArrr I c
Frrnan .keel. Anmoni" cibia.Sr tu triaL He atl-: luetbl rd f.1 hm : : .: Dopp'GoingToI. / Club' ).. Sightseeing ToursIBussfj; Board Finds It fanliot t tt

1Born. .Id Jk... Cifi E. counsel had whispered: convcrsatiunj : .... :, ...' 'lT I. > <-l \ and Boat). Golf Tournament. -. ;i .._ .- .L_._ -- --- oil. .
..court < ... .. -- : -v; -\ - ::: xaltedTtttlers'atdSecretaries 1 t - -- - -- --:, - L
ltaUt .1.; Ellie Shaw. up-U the time Was ':_h" '< ',",.': '" / ', 12:30 p.tih:''' .

Grate Kerr Caroline: Ford. Lou- : called to order.Screens ..?.. .". ',L .', -. . -1"; .'.!'.....w: ,.:"j'1 Lindsley LumberRobert : Luncheon. (La Conch Machines ,
Ue Thompcon, Jennie Cwynn.Myrtle .I ..... '. ."._ '",:...... .H t. .. ....... Hotel). I, Change Voting i
I I I 2:00:( p. m. to 4:30: p. m.-Cot-
C.a.i a.Pircintt 1
NeededAl '. AIV U'irrpln.tt.) ; II. Dopp, who resignedas vrntion Bar-ine '. Session Elks;
3.Ch'rk:William Icrcy; M.ii M. JORGE ELIECER GAITAN. Colombia's liberal parlv leader : the city:; public service direct Club). Bridge Party and Bathing, J f COUKTY CO DIISSH>:\. l

; >bcru: Inpt"C\III"Ii; : lies, din in the Cenral clinic at Bogota of bullet wound in- or. has accepted a position with (Sun and Sand Sea Club). ,
Harold Pind ;
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tUker. Anna >iwe. (County: Jail l the Lindaley: Lumber Company Past Presidents. ; Bur l Backs EnS SAY ISIPOSSIIM.i;
r. Cleveland Saunders. :! flicted by an assassin. The people grouped around him are I'here. he announced today. DoopnSigne 7:00 p. m. Ion .Up I
Prerinc-t 4-Clcik: Joe Menen- i not identified.; Shortly after he died a mob took charge of i l his effec Dinner (Casa Caya Hueso). '
Ccrlin A. Sawyer's request ; city Rt-silion TO AIJXIW MLMIIIJCS
kx: InciKctms: "' 11'. Grey bumPinrler. Sheriff Bogota with violent rioting. Street cars were overturned: building ; live tomorrow. Tuesday April 27 Offer (Of SJOUO .

t Earl Mickler. Wrn.JuanilaIU Duval. to last the Monroe night for County new ComI.mission I vcr set; afire and many were reported !killed;:! and -injured. -> (Elks!930: Club a. m.).-Memorial Services. }CAMHDATKS": ;
Hamilton Pimler Mrs :
Comer doors on County Jail was referredby I 1--- --- -- ;I 10:30 a. m. t'. I'M |K m.---foil To Pave J .
">e4t<>. l:'nrnta I eelention High
Commis Voting KH-bw cannot 1 !b
the commission to way i ;
t .PrecirKl SClerk: Jaicd S.iXirkls. : Tnnpcmlnres Busintsi Session (Elks::
[ chairmanof I Slassen Out In Front .. .
Mr. Mary stoner Clarence Higgs Club). changed su a to grove evriy K-
Imaxdun: '
Ma/rau., ; Clc
Sctibncr. Earl Kiorstei.n.Pnxintt mittee. I Parade. merchant, made! sood hK>; desire date straight numbers from 'a.'
t "I believe the screens willshortly I 7:30 --Cuffct Dinner .... to :52; instead oi I-A. L-R 0..1 l -,
-Clerk: A. E Vfood- said In Nebraska 2iKl I Stlltlon- ; p. In to contribute( $J.OfJO f ll.c building -
be forthcoming
, burn: la.pcctor>: Chas. W. Clark SherI I ; Dewey, At"manta t1 (Elks Club). of a ntadwity at. Tavnnier I on. '
to .
Frank Bentley determine '
Chairman Uti
I I I 9ff: m.Pi'Jcllt'.; Ball was m'> I n
AI IInYf' Charles Forsyth fillings .-_ -.' 6; p.
) : URirminham ..,
iff Sawyer. I I. last night by subRiittiiig; his offer ins al a mcetina uf Monroe t :
(Elk )
I m-inet 7-Clerk: M. P.odney.AIlMiry. I 132I
I In Third April 28 in writing to the Monroe County ty CommiSMoners and in'-1 .r i ,
In-pertor: J. II. Donald- I Taft Is PiaceMaellt'1'IIUIZ I Cismark JIJi I Wednesday. .
W. I West-Havana[ ; ed J candidate at Cowtty C'->mi, .
L. Trip. Commission
I n, tk-n. W.1'Jury. Naval Reservists i I3ol5tlln .. 42 Key
liioontfield.Jury Buffalo _- I April I 23, :29. 30. All expenses"xcrpl Button, who owns property house. ,
I I. 3:1 i: .
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___ .j. I The candidates waued l t !I.
--6. meals. $70 OJ.I ;)
FINISHES i/---/ ---
I -- - --- Charleston! _"_. 72 (thai would be bent-filled by construction : .
+; Leave Local Base I (:h...ag', .' 49Corptm I In the Flom i ida Elks News, the of the toad will be asked number one two and a'a.- .

, Asks For Two Naval reserve vessels the I I TOOK FIFTH; STAS.I I (A051"' of) 1.63,395'I = ; : I Denver.:, Christi ___ '. : I Elks paper: Association published, says by the that stale the the to coanty dedicate cn part rio the of the work.road so i chamcal it was determined work of the that voting the >m-. .

J IlcporlTlf PCS-596 and the PCS-1078. left i I SEN STRONGEST: IN t Detroit ._--_"_.-_ 34 10I I sightseeing; tour of the Submarine Engineer Clifton G. Bailey chines would not permit chan<:>n _,
u of
! Autopsy the
the Key West Submarine Bare Road: of system f
with inspection
I Base
o Improve F.J rase SJ: an will prepare estimates "f thework ..
training cruise for 1 I As explained by C'h .n" .n i
I today after a 'I MIDWEST: Ft. 'Vortii 4i; a large submarine tender and for submission to the commission .. .
who with t
II Frank Bentley.
.-or >eHn"a jury sitting bctuv the reserve .officers and men It v-ill cst Hie county $3;: 03t ; I Galveston _. fi2 Collie of Uncle Sari latent: su'marines. ,- at its fiibt meeting in mission Clarence. Itig'-. ( ..
Y. Itvter, aboard them. I. Illy Acvocintrd Prrm of President
and "a -
Juaticc VI'"W
Itarr < Fir street in the : .iam'k ___ ; May. '
1 IV iliir. ..ttxl a ikiitor. t>> make The PCS-586 left for GulfnorU. I OMAHA[ Nebraska. April 14.- I i improve, ,1. :onvihe 72I Truman's Little Wliiiclloiiir. -. -- - ---- 'aid Saunders and Kdhnrdo: ,
Johusonvillc sulxtivLsion Big I KII\.5 City -- ---- -
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' ait aulojwv im the lnly of Henry La, and the PCS-1075 departed Though delegatesvcre; not voted ; Coppill K"v. EncincwCIifton" C;. KEY WEST u < :." arc..scheduled.The !. rnPZ attended chIoRCiN th- n "
I. 71 would iiwk the ir.ithe '
lSaih.r( Tkiy) Hainillon.. negm.wlwi : for Pensacola where they are for directly, Harold; E, Stamen, Haley infoiniCfl time MonrtK West ,, golf; nurse whrrr- solio "hers ,
I Key Airport 72II. eleclin confuting !- i'u- '"ioprrtors
din) Sunday of injuries MJffrrrd regularly assigned,: to the Naval former governor of Minnesota, County Onrimiv.ion a* its omen" { .. ,; m l"IC'J JI tee off on the shore of the Gulf MOTOROLA' ( () : and the cleik"Tliey
Satuiday night; in a I'ctmft..lrt.t reserve: for training; purposes.. won 13 out of the state's 15: delegates ) ; inc last nigh of Mexico and mk their fm-d
--- J..uisville 47 I America's Finest AUTO RADIO might vcmv w. II
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l bar.'rb. to the Republican convention I ()h nio'i'-n of Co'nmiyioMrTClarence : pull within a stones thioy .
Miami ." -
.. i jUl" I* MCI-tt"rl| l to (t'n- in Philadelphia in June, in Higgs bids for the work 1 - -..-'-- 7 5 Atlantic is to be thrown open to Roy'. Key West Auto Parts .rar i Candida! s.me.'irt'.tal :
1 Minneapolis: . 11 votetinit thor '." ila "- '-
Wer the rage further when it ieitHvr. PALACE THEATER the election: held here y tcld..y. will be retx'ived from: contractors I . ."h_ -_-. -1 visiting Elks; and 'Iheir :su *oti,. 121 Dual St Phone 442 hard-- ., '
Memphis ior.tei. on air -
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donated 1
Iii" attmm: pKV ivptM-t. CiKinty4irriir Voters cast their ballots diieclly at the first inoetins of the commisriots / The Cuban Club! ha-- / .
nilsic C ,lading Alfred I Jean Porter and Jimmy Lloyd I for Stassen and the other .spirants ,' in May.County I New Orkans -- 7 67, Hie use of its cia''."'fir dams' -. .Continued On Page f.if.1-.
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HdlMn-on.' nrini. uivk-r" an 'H.cn for the Republican presi- New York i, 'II floor for the ,'itu'Ih.ih1 It't: to p r _
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tsar.. .. a r molt of Hamilton T>to Uloiulrs & A Hcillieud II I I dcntiol nomination The result I Norfolk' I be held during;: the -onvention. !:

leath. News and Shorts : was: Stassen. 53,500; Dewey 44- To Split Oklah"mJ:: City ._.. _ 11I The Business and Professional :' BRADY'SCHOICT' Low Weekly Summer Rates
800; Taft 8.000. ;: Omaha -y ;; I I Women* Club will have the visiting : Now in rllft''
1.1)(1 lID 11It..1t". ".. Illlai.il .. Senator Arthur Vandenberg.: ; : I Pensacola _. -S _ 6,I ladies as their guest.' ; at lea or-- I
''Ii ,5: lour reJfD&RS i j who took no paint in the campaign EliH-lrir (Paymciil R.anokr .. ___. .' HSt April 25: at the Women'o Chub' ,: POULTRY Fine for !Navy .

IJray .nd CHASSISrt and has not announced his: : Louia 12'I .building. right next door to (thrKrv CENTRAL HOTELS ?"
It ..." bvrino. a el Under! WOPD1TH .i candidacy l finished fourth and M'.nr.>" "nnnh Commi.sion I San Annni'J( a; :1: West Elks Club. : 1214 White Street Phone 540
: I II I nirhlirfvl: 1 to >.i>lit $':\,00 t'I E'ranewco 53 - - - - -, - -
Lou Smith Auto Service m General MacArthur finished: a :: San The Jayshc will" cnl it.m+ ----------- -- ---
poor fifth. It was said today that submitted by lime ("It\' Electric ; Seattle 41I 1 the Milling: omen ..t l hi, nit",' - ----- -
Whit. .t Fleming{ Phone No. I STKUNK\ LUMBER YARD the results practically puts an cnrl System; : in payment in lieu of I Taltalwar 70 I and bathing pa.l t;. fit lh :Sun/

U'.tr Aiiny IJenecu TELEPHONE 816 I'to further consideration of Itat.Conl.inucd \ ..- ,I li::;p. cfuaUlietwcrn| 1 the county r Tampa it)I and Said:; Club r.llJ1vld.' Api, ""I ;Wj
1 i HIM fl.III "4 mmm.nm- On Page Eight) i I fund ;.nrl i the School ll" .--_ -_._ --- -- j i ( i: . ( f h"GtOn Body & Fender Repairs
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W? -AT: Do You Know About For Home Your or Commercial A'cart Party l I ih r-FORSALE: V1c2LgAJ.AIG RAUL'S CLUB Coin-lit: .i.. 1'\I \. SHOP and pIllLNG ROOM.


V47. Chevrolet Fteetmuter. 4-Door Division at Francis Phone 913 NEXT TO AIRPORT

///;.fc f PACKAGEDICE i '46 Hudson. 8-CyHnder 4-Docr : NOW IN STOCK) About 9:30: TONIGHT ( WORKMANSHIPGUARANTEED

CUBES 1'7 I Doda. *.T>or : Twin Cylinder 7.9 Horsepower "DR. CHESTER MELVILLE

W. A. (Bill) SHANDS 42 Dodge Club Coupe CHAMPION Conchologist
15c PER PKG. '
up 42 Plymouth Club Coupe Will present nn the.infn ;an l
4fl Plymouth. -Door Outboard Motors RARE SHELLS. Hi
i on
IIi11rttaa ThiniiiMirlrml l'rublin direr TIIOMI'SONENTERPRISES. 46 Chevrolet 4.Dool'ON collection is considered of the MONROE MOTORS Inc.Telrplionr
finest in Ch. United SUle-- ,

Wl/! W F at 6:15 P. M. Telephone No. 8 I NAVARROJncSfSaJon Also in Stock-4.2 h-p. Champio L I NO CHARGE of Any Kind 1101 White Street 72.1: ;
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VOTE for rro-HNM. SPOTTSWOOD-For Sheriff-To Be Able To Vote You Must Be Registered Before April 17th

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 194gshe4

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Is GOOD AND ABLE .........................-1 .....,-- .
Dk.st iCry
=-_ _. Radio r.
L> D&DJ' Except 811114&y.byI Programs4Daytime
L p. AKTXAX. Owner Md PaWiafcerOKMA One day you read that Fuller Warren I ia i-.
I : . ..* D.AKTJIA*. BMMM M.M.er lead the ........................i .j
; From "!'Ia. Cltlren Building looks like the candidate that will .i1 1 f
t.. Corner Greens aDd An. Streets 1 t tan fTlwle
i. __ Only Dally Newspaper aionroe County In Key West aDd field in the first primary; the next day Summary j cK ; i

read that Colin English will be the No. elected a t sgr..s as titles ketaw )
you .
L Dt.e4 at Key Wot. Florid, as second class matter are s* aseaxl si Ik* sac tine Ms*
day thrasrk rrldaf. Tim* to emMer 1
;..: XRMBRK OP TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 candidate and another day indicationsseem ......... F.. central .teatfars'' ..W
. Tk Associated Press I. exclusiTely entitled to tract ... ...?! 1st ...stale stas4r I
r. are for reproduction of all news dispatches credited to point to Dan McCarty\ as the leader ... fe.ars. tf
'," lo It or not otherwise credited In this paper and all with warnings not to underrate J.
also l th. local Sews published here. I

r_ SIBSCRIPTIOY RITES Tom Watson and W. A. Shands.In APRIL 12 THRU APRIL 16

f> Tear -$11.00 Morning3:00Smermoon 1
The Citizen is
Pin Monthslhre so* Ke"est., so far as
, to M YtIe

". Iwo .....Months.1.. __ 2.75 1..' aware only Fuller Warren W. A. Shands FtS-Oklatwm.Breakfast Ctob Kmmdo-sbc cbs --:.._.__ _._u-'_ ._ --- .-.- -- -- .-- -- - t
: 'i5Skly and Colin English have campaign mana- Ozark Valley Folks-tubs
Encouraging rand
4 = Mad Known on Application gers. The last week or so, The Citizen has llucie roe Tott-CDS Tour cm* SELLS na

been asked who is \ lt Story Drams-sbs -
t ,: SPECIAL NOTICE managing McCarty's .930-Boua. ..seriab-GtIe I "Are you'rcngIo; cLeaa.vut W> STAR BRANDJ
All reading notice*, cards of thank*, resolutions campaign in Monroe county. McCarty\ ;Half'Hoi* Serlato-cM ** ,
be II "
of revpert. obituary notices poems etc will Say It With tlusie-mbs1J00 1CA1i
charged for at the rats of !. cent!' a lineNotkos early in the in West and I : .. COFFEE
race, was Key ad\K JrIP
appeared -
for entertainment by churches from which -Arthur Godfrey Show-rt>* I r, 3n ( $Jill(
_. a revenue is to Us. derived are 5 cents a line. before local civic organizations Breakfast to Hollywoodaboll:3dBen IE : i "when the actors are only ph'MI >-
Tho CitUcn U an open forum and invites dls.f Alexander Show> -mMU II I tJy' ..** f- Try A Pound Todr-
... rsisslra pwblia Issues and subjects of local or He has not been back since then, and The : -Serlilj. 3* .an/ cbs . I graphs we know bifls.FOR ._.
general Interest, but It will not publish anonymous ing to jump any board
communications. Citizen has not heard of anybody, or group AfternoonUOO 11 .. -- .- - ----
-Welcome Traveler*- be _. =: 1
e I of residents, who is handling his cam- Kate Smith Speaks-robs I . .. I '

: IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I paign here. U-30-Word* and Music-nbc ,
Dally Band Concert*-cabs
. : ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN As things now appear the fight for a l-OO-Uusle Halt Hour-nbe a

plurality in Monroe county lies between .1-1*-Tb Happy Ganc-isbsS tl ePEOPLE 1 1m
N .00-root Hours of Serials-cjn .
.: *.' 1. More Hotels and Apartments. English and Warren. English got an earlier Queen for a Day-robs -- j
*:3O Brtoe sue Groom abe
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. -
.- start in Key West than Warren, sUrtiD Block Becords-mbsSOO ,,8
3. Airports Land and Sea. .
-Double or Rotttni-cbs J
whose local campaign is now beginning '.
.- 4. Consolidation of County and .Lsdies be Sealed-abe .
.: City Governments. I to come to life. Supporters Shands also 1:30-'lbe. Bouts Parry-CDS 1 ffb "'
I Paul Whrteman Records-ab4flO i.
i .-_ 5. Community Auditorium. have been digging hard for several weeks. -Hint Hunt Qnta-ebs4JO IJ ,

The same advice is current here as -Wtono Take AH-cb* I
Treasury Band. Stand-aba .
elsewhere in the state: "Don't underrateJ. g:00, Sekool.,of the.Ate..cos ..yII ,- .
Kindles Hour ew4st repeat I to.
MONOGRAPH Tom Watson." It recalled that, four :"Uteri\ abc sad subs r .L.2'; 8J
years ago, Watson; beat his opponents in 04g-Lunt, I sodXbser: bs- a t .
Dear Folks: :! ._: .
Monroe than
county by slightly more two .

[Municipal Court collected fines to- to one. Rut it i is a different Watson this :NETWORK, PROGRAMS 8

taling $12,699 in the first three months time the Tb*.to __tr.:.*aadar*. Far ee.> .
so far as political complex is tral st.sdard'asbfraet ... bstt. f rasstelB et. .
this contrasted with $9,076 in the Un4ar, asbtract ,wskMn. .
r.-: year concerned, and it is a different race also. .. sent Iseal! 'staiiM* caaafs .

same period of 1947. It doesn't pay to What will be the outcome regarding him ales.4'rcUr' .. Jlt"l.ul sckeiales., .
a last saints vrernsa ckastts .a. i r- .
break the law any more in Key West. and all other candidates locally will be del.1M. |s la .1 : : a.Q
.: .Crime may eventually pay the wages of told you by the people Monroe\ county : .

n: the law enforcement officers. WEDNESDAY. APRIL\ 14 .
when the votes are counted on May 4. g13u1a-ioelsiacamAyr .

THE ORACLE. Finally as The Citizen has remarked Evening i -.-.-----.--- -... - .
1:08-Ifews Report. 15 ann.-nbr.,
before, the people of Florida need not be Newscast Every Day-c* lcrollmDlIIJUIfmII: WILL YOU SMILE?
Network Silent Hour-abc-ast 1 :
perturbed about who will win the nomina- Kiddies Hour frepeaO--abc-west !: HOME or
Network Silent U hr.I robs- astKidides West In
: tion, for all candidates are good and able Hour Crepeatl-mix-west! i! r.

: affairs is I men. 6:15 Guest-SportrMirHe Talks Time-Time cbs-nbe COMMERCIAL USE I III
international Gone :
The trend of 0:JO Chicago Orchestra *bs- sst Days By i! Hern-What makes that artist. ;:

-_ gradually pushing the United States into Lam and Aimer rrprstcba-wett; I[ talk so funny
.. Business operates for profit, not so- ':45-Newsrsct by Three-nbc AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF i His'n-Why, don't you roe* He We Are Prepared To Furnish 'uu WithClear 8

.. something like a military alliance .with cial reform. Any assumption to the contrary ,7-00 Lowell--Sunoer Thomas CUib-repeal nbc-basle 111-cbs THE CITIZEN OF j hasn't got any palette. Pure CL'BES or CRISUED ICE: Itr!
: the free nations of Western Europe. APRIL 14. 1938inwulmwnhimmluliwnigmu
makes for confusion. 'The Beulab Show-cb* i .
:- While President Truman, in his recent New Fulton and Lewis.Commentary Jr. mbs-sbo iiiit mmll810 left today for Miami to- visit :Mrs. I

.; message to Congress, did not openly T:15-New* and Comment-nbs Frank Fleitas, past master of !i Curtw';daughter, Mrs. I. Meltztr! ': Thompson Enterprises Inc.I
CONGRESS APPROVES E. R. P. Jack S-nlth and Sonjr-cbs;. the Order of Marti in Key West, ,
mutual defense he *l>e :
suggest a pact, very Daily Commentary
The Citizen
in an
said that 25 members of
r News: Dinner Date- today fl
. plainly intimated that the United States The prompt of the tax reduction 1: &-A. Rotlinl 'J'rio-nbe similar! order in Miami i will bin editorial. paragraph: : (ICE DIVISION: ) 1' :
.appropriate means," should extend to passage Bob Crosby's Club-cb! Key West Sunday to;j'hold a I r4 e, demagogue is not con- I PHONE NO. 8 BEY'W T. FLA.
bill the veto of the President is lane Banger Dn.be with 'h. but with .
over Comment-nebs fellowship! meeting With\ : local tern f tru per-
= the free nations the support which the ' suosl t. ''HIf.mmm.lmmRRBIIff 1I.EfIIII -
no more than expected but the messageof 1:U-Ka1t born Comment-nbeIA members. :: i- I
situation requires." ifaarrow Kevs cbs ." '. ,:s." ,1--1/f i / t-----; ----1----------: -- - -- -
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President Truman represents, in our Sports) Cornrsetft -n* ''
What was the situation to whichthe *Oar ComeiyJVf A. political rally will' be held I i I
:00- f
opinion, the advice of a statesman in con- American Melody. Time--cbs tonight in Bayview Park with fI I .
President referred? He mentidned the ef- trast w th the peanut-politics played' by Majrpr o th 'Tow rnbs- bC', ; Benjamin D Trevor, chairman of I

- fort of the five nations in Europe toward Special Agent.GrlderrcevenbeDr. the Monroe County Democratic i
voting override him. 8:30-Great
Congressmen to
self-protection in the face of the growing Christian Drama cbs Committee, as tKe presiding""officer. "
There .Vo* Pop'Interview--.be >
are several amazing aspects to
; menace to their freedom. He spoke of the High: Adventure p-ama-mbs :p PAUSE REFRESH
the hue and for tax reduction. Among New cb cry 8:55---Frff* 'Mmn'es *-
. determination of .the free countries of Billy Rose Comment-mbs Dr. SOW. Light, of Miami,
them is the argument that people need Tavern abe .. J who in Key West tor .
: -Thei Duffy ,, practiced :
:. Europe to protcet themselves and that it
and that Mark Wamow'Mnslecbs'Abbott i3 visitor the
relief from high taxes corpora- many years a in
I ": "will be matched by an equal determination burden. Cabnel ,&Hestter.Costello Comiaent-abe -mbs J city. He called at The Citi7ien..uf-i
relieved the
tions must! be of tax .'
on our part to help them to do so." 9:15-KewS Broadcastmb8:30District 1 fice this morning.
After all, corporate profitts continue to Attorney Drama-nbe BIG RED COOLER
The officials of the United
high James Helton Concert: -cbs; I
commissioners, at a
.. set new records and individual incomes are Groucho Marx Quiz-abe County:
States seem to be convinced that war cannot Racket Smashers-robs meeting last night, arranged to
at new high for the nation. L'T
.- be averted by wishful thinking or by 10:00-The Big: Story Drama-nbe repair the Overseas Highway at
The office-holding candidates aboutto The Whistler Dwna-cbs; .
Dead Man's Cu \'f' Several accidents -
V resolutions. They incline to the belief that Bmg Crosbv Variety-bcOpinionaire I
seek reelection, placate the taxpayersby Forum-n-bs have occurred there since
"_ war can be prevented if the Soviet Union 10:30-Jimm. Durante Show-nbe the reopening of the highway
putting over a bill to reduce what the Open HearingcbsGordon
understands very clearly that it cannot MacRae Show-abe g f''
taxpayer must pay. it is an easy thing to California Melodies-mbs Key West Garden Club and c r
continue its effort to conquer Europe without do but the nation faces new and heavy 11:OO-New! & Variety 2 hrs.-nb*. Tree Guild held a meeting yesterday !
2 brs.-cbs I
News tc Variety ;
..' encountering, not only the resistance Kews & Dancing IIcr.Jr-abe in the Public Library, at
with its role in
of the free nations of Europe but American expenditures in connection News. Dance 2 h.-mbs. which the members decided to s
world affairs and can ill afford the luxury 12:00-Danclne Continued-abe: west give all assistance they ran in .
I .V.M rn wr
power as well. helping the Audubon Society. in ---
income. In fact it is
of cutting down its ,
Those familiar with the history of I .A Tie I its conservation work in Kev
s Hitler's aggressions will recall that upon not at all certain that the next fiscal year ; Working West and other of the Florid

will surplus, much less an Kcya.I .
produce any [
separate occasions the German leader took PEORIA 111.-(AP).-A man,'I
amount sufficient to make a sizable reduction I
advance steps in the way of aggression says Pafil Marter, should dress Jose A'arti 4 Cuba's poet patriot -

but that in these instances, he had prepared in the national debt. fore his job He's a clerk, in the'Ii and statc-nian.; was the subject : 14r
If the federal government does not post office. His yellow tie bears df discussion at a meetingof at.-.e---e-tss.aa
a retreat in the event that his advance these postal stamp marks Insured the Key West Branch of the b
income is at record
its debt when its a
met with pay Perishable Pan American held
opposition. Many observers have I Eggs, Special Society yes-

j I| : expressed the thought that neither the high, one might well wonder when the Deliver! Postage Due. COD, terday. 1

debt will 'be reduced. Certainly if tax Ugtiid, Fragile :
f Kaiser nor Adolf Hitler would have plung- I' Mrs. Charles Curti" and MrsJ

I ed into war if they had known before the reduction is for the good of the nation to- Subscribe to The Citizen. Y. Portrr Jr., and daughter

'.. conflict day it will be for the good of the nation in ___ __ __ ___ n___.
began that the United States

_*- would eventually thro1 wits great power 1950 when another election year rolls Enjoy a Thrilling "Trip Abroad" to

into the battle. around. .
i avana 6'4a

; RUSSIANS Nobody worries about income as longas
it exceeds expectations.
'_ In their negotiations .. i tt
with the Rus- r

gian. the Finns were up against the fact NO PACT ON ATOMIC BOMB .

: 1 that the Russians have a naval base at a .

.* Porkkala. ten miles from the Capital and The United Nations General Assem-

astride the main railway line from Heli bly set up an Atomic Energy Commissionin ; on the Palatial S* S* FLORIDA

i : sink; to Torku Finland's second city and January, 1946, to make specific proposals Overnight from MIAMI leaving 6 P. M. every T .r't

I one of its most important ports. for the control of atomic energy. The .
;; i _
The Russians MONDAY AND FRIDAY iis
acquired a fifty-year Commission met for the first time in Juneof

I lease under the treaty of peace that terminated that year and has held a total of 101 yjETURN SAILINGS FROM HAVANA THURSDAY. SUNDAY 6 P.M. _

: fighting between the two nations meetings since. eThe "FLORIDA-Way" is the low-cost-way to romantic x _

some years ago. The base about The effort to reach
covers agreement on con- .Havana because hotel expenses are eliminated for two

f.- 390 square miles and no Finns are allowed trol of the atomic bomb has collapsed, com- (Plays! In both directions you enjoy.a delicious dinner,

to enter. Borders are closely guarded and ing to naught as the United States and breakfast and comfortable berth . plus the pleasures ,

even trains passing through Porkkala have Russia disagreed on a fundamental M.>ue. ;4cf>f the ship's ballroom cocktail: lounge orchestra and:: .' ._:: '-; '''',

-- iron sheets before each carriage window The United States insisted that atomic Bother entertainment! Miami clearance now expedited by "" ....... "' .{ ," 'J#

before the train crosses the boundary. weapons should be outlawed only after a immigration inspection enroute. -- .';' .

.-. From Porkkala, the Russians can open complete system of international controls

cannon-fire upon the Finnish Capital and and safeguards, including inspection in ROUND TRIP FARE $46. peel taxes Listen to .'CLUDIA"i

7 move inland in three directions. In fact the various countries, had been put into I See your Travel Agent for reservations: or the P S O \YKWl"\ 11:13.M..
Office in Miami. Municipal Pier No 2. Telephone 9-7 01.FIBSHKM60 .
: the base is a pistol pointed at the head of operation. The Soviet Union insisted that i
SOUCHEO oversight service at rates! i
the Finnish nation. atomic weapons be prohibited and that eS ; IOTTIED UNDER AUIMOIITT O' EMI COCA- O"" COMPANY IT


Who can remember the good old day distroved before any kind of control system -
CAMS-HIP : I .tf.......c--c_
when a man's word was his bond? be established.

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With ,500 Aboard !'I {.,'. t Wedding April
., . .. : Miss Harriet RusselL Jaugh
,,- cf Captain and Mrs. J. E. Russell -
Arriving In CityThree r / '. 1509 Division street. C.nd

I Raymond L. McDowell. USN. will
Naval be married tomorrow night at '7
vessels carrying!
o'clock in the horSc of the bride-
more than 500 men have arrived
s parents.
nr will arrive at the Key West 'j *" !s 4t The ceremony will be 1':r-,

Naval 13ase, two of them for formed by the Rev. G. Lo .a
training and the other to be used j I } rt Wells. pastor of the First Met\*
as a submarine rescue vesseL 'I d Church .
The USS Forest Royal and the 1 A reception to which fnervls

LSS Cony both destroyers with j of the couple hare been inv d, .
approximately 10 officers and 230rhen will be held after the ceremoi v.
each, are undergoing train I
ing. They will remain here until 111.1'.1'1".4:
Friday when they will depart
for I 1
Pensacola. Beginning .A New _
The USS Trina. a submarine
AP News'featuzes Serial Story.
rescue verctrl. will arrive tomorrow -
to take the place of the. USS .
Chanticleer while she is under- HAUNTED -
,inc overhaul at the Submarine
Base here for about two months. HOLIDAY '
I The Tringa reached here from

hy-r regular station at Charleston By CAMERON DOCKERY
c. The Navy always has a .
rtsrue vessel on hand where sub-
raarinw are operating.

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\ To Wed.Applications
Apply .JOHN 1.. LEWIS (center). United Mine Workers chi.f. reads- announcement in Washington accepting

tentative pension plan for his coal mina With him ue his fellow-trustees of the
for marriage licenses pension fund. Senator Styles Bridges (left). Republican of New Hampshire the neutral member
were filed yesterday i inK .end Ears Van Horn. coal ::line operators' representative. Despite the agreement, reached Just before v -
; tt office of County Judge
'Raymond the hour set f?i Lewis to appear in federal court tontercpt of court charges. U. S. JudgeT.
PoPrd by John E. Tenn.nt.
< Alan 'Gol&beroagh ruled that the .miners' chief "must come into court" at 10 clack this morning -
33. and Phylis Millico, 24
both of Casa Marina Hotel; by to stand trial en the contempt charge far allegedly ignoring an April 3 court order to call I : ,
Carlos off the soft coal strike.CLAUDE : -* :
E. Smith, 23. of the U.S. -- _. _. Y i,1
Nuvy. and Annie --- -' "- -- ---
M. Harvey, 23,
"t 609 Duval :street by Hector HARMON TAKES 12TII BLISTERS TOURNAMENT ;

Martinez, and Margaret ..
cia; 21, both of 124 \: Gir-I I

and by Manuel Mini. 18, of ,
.: White street and RoseAlfonso, t
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\ J 1;, of 13-E Porter Place. It t'
y yI
Seek Divorces I ; I :
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"'I -Petitions seeking divorces werf : : v: _

fried yesterday in the office of g7j j
'i Circuit Court Clerk Russ C. Saw-,
y'r by Harrell Clifton Peck
against Mary Elizabeth Peck; by I .
Alexander Bsnnine against Ma- Vince bursts into the Came ,

i Palvedia Barniice: by John Room only to find Simeon

Ei Lapetina against Gloria. ilall Mannley lying dead on the
I fpetina. I I
floor. But it is only after hr/

tILL YOU SMILE? turns him over docs he find:

that he has been murdertd.:

Oil of Gladness I Who could have don it? . .

i Guest? Servant? A Stranger? -
a.fcAn elderly Quaker we.; visited
bv a deeplv melancholy neighbor '
Who complained that life was full
of trial and tribulation and that i ;

daily he was growing more lonely j r ..' 'il
because his friends were avoiding :
"My dear fr End.Of: stld the \ \1 ,' ",.,.., _
Quaker "let me advise Y.'. to
lubricate yourself a little." A BIG GALLERY WATCHES CLAUDE HARMON hoi- his last putt lo win the 12th Annual f

-What do Vou mean?" demanded Masters Celt Tournament at Au7U. t&. G 4 The 31-r.ar-cM pro from Mamaroneck. N. Y, posteda
the morose visitor. 70 for the last 16 holes for his fourth straight su -par round' and a record-tying total of 279. Tlrp Serial Sliiry Starting _

""Well. Mid the Quaker "I Right: Bobby Jones (center) cf Atlanta presents plaque to Harmon right) just after his -victory. I Friday in Tin Citizen
had a door in my house, that was I At laft is Gary Middlsccff of Memphis. Tenn. whose 184 was.second in the tournament. Harmon

always- creaking on its hinges. I formerly lived in Savannah Ga, and Atlanta. ; .' .
that everybody
and I found

I\ avoided the nearest it. and way although to most it of was the !' ................--.t ...............

,*I Vooms yet they went 'round .. .
some other way.
1 "So I just applied some oil to .

the hinges and soon they opened .
and shut without a creak, and
now everybody goes to that door TEN i
and uses the old passage. good reasons
Stop whining friend and*" your
friends will return to you

ANNIVERSARIES TODAY'S : Why you will enjoy cooking---\vith :

(Knew America)

Hartford.1802-Horace Conn.Bushnell.liberal clergyman famed- : A Modern Electric Range :

of his age, theologian and .
orator, born in Litchfield County .
Conn. Died Feb. 17. 1876. t. .
Justin S. Merrill. Ver
mont's 1810-famed congressman and ].-ITS AUTOMATIC! .-ITS MODERN! .

senator for 32 years, born in I. You set the controls. put in the food. and go on Women who have used a modern Electric Range .
Strafford. VU Died Dec 28 1898. I. about your business! Hours later. you return to say they would no more think of being without
1813-Julius Spencer Morgan. find the whole meal cooked-exactly on time ex- one than being without electric lights or electric .
New England dry goods merchant I. hotly as you wished it! Almost like having a cer- refrigeration! Electricity is the clean efficient. .

then a famed London ban want (but MUCH more reliable)! low-cost fuel of today . and tomorrow!
ker, first of the Morgan dynast .
of bankers born Springfield. I
Mass. Died Apr 8. 181)0. : -ITS FAST! .-ITS ECONOMICAL! 5
Mathurin M. Ballou. The MODERN Electric Range is fast as heat itself "
Most cf the time. you cook on 1 wheat when .
noted Boston journalist publisher -but without flame! Surface units glow almost instantly you use a modern Electric Range. That means .
of the first pictorial paper with accurately controlled heat: ovens. saved. '
born in Boston Died March 2<, broilers and deep well cookers climb to desired money .

1893 temperatures virtually at turn of a handy switch! .
Boston -
Charles A. Nelson. .
Columbia .
bookman ; Think of cooking by just turning a switch! It's
dean of CLEAN!
librarian .librarian 3-ITS
ally Maine. that convenient with a modern Electric Range.Designed .
his day born at Since there's NO FLAME the modern Electric
Died Jan. 13, 1933. ., Range produces no soot Kitchen walls and ceilings for today's kitchens.'everything's" within .
fromprivate retch and the various
R. Chaffee easy cooking SPftdsme n
j 1842-Adna stay fresh and clean much longer: the bottoms .
in 1861 to lieutenant extra convenience!
: Orwell Ohio.. of cooking utensils unsoiled by II' no
born at
j general scouring. No dangerous fumes either!
Nov. I,

. 4-ITS COOL! You don't have to learn to "cook all over again" .

jI I SOFTBALL All of the heat from the surface units of the mod- when you get a modern Electric Range! AU yourfavorite .

ern Electric Range goes directly into the utensils- recipes are just the same--and controlled .
heat makes the results much more satisfying to
GAMES1UYVIKW none of it escapes up the sides and into the kitchen.
Ovens are insulated on all 6 sides-so kitchens stay the whole family .

j ARK V degrees cooler. 5


5-ITS FOOL-PROOF: It's an acknowledged fact-foods DO taste better .
; THURSDAY There's very little to get out of order on a modern when they're cooked on a modern Electric Range!
i First Game-Bob'. Sport Shop Electric Range. It's efficient. too . economical You use virtually no water for vegetables: meats .

v*. Adam Dairy. . to operate . safe as an electric light. And even cook in their own delicious juices: pies. cakes. .
West Merchants
: Second Game-Key broad benefit from CONTROLLED heat!
Men'lIShop. a child can learn to use it! .
v*. Kantor' .
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Secesxl First more.Ga'FW Came-T.l\n vs1155 vs.X1.Gil-. 5 CITY ELECTRIC SYSTEM 5

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MRS. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT and members of the British royal family stand in front of Great or opposite with a prrvahrbeach.
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Left to. right in foreground: Princess Elizabeth. Princess Margaret Rose. Prince Michael of Kent on apartaaeate or natal roanm

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m1 m4B Unfurnished twoor -""'--.. lance | M.. rurMfcad ISIS
and Shearer
Lange To Photograph;' ......
Btu. P u.soati apartment Mtsrt hag Notre ,

if x'! and electric rehiaeritar. Write VfMFT9B TOM
Box 827. No dIiIe&

Trip Is To Be Made BY Came BY Dr. RobinsonFlorida's .,..--.. .. .
E r atoll MW and nulrand s.hr
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Navy chief wife awd 7-ye.r-old .... Moo. Thu'"

Everglades National Park boy need :2-bedoesw h.rae or tweed Gulf i tit.n

? apartment. Have 'er.stleM .....

w w dutv. Naval Ho nttaL lPhette

I Deep in the middle of the i Randall, machinist's mate of the ,i ia 507-R. anrtt-9U Lame Hueiftf ..te ,..It fit
Everglades this week are Ed Submarine Base in Key West. : Couple with 2 children unaVr 2 .
- -
Shearer and Charley Lange of Mr Randall will check them I' .
I 'i in years desire %--..- buss Tf061 ML&-UIID
Key West Florida making a photographic : at West Lake Sunday April : or apartment FurnMhi ar un
; coverage in black and 11. if the recent heavy rains dot I furnished. By May lat Write -.
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i white and cold of America'snewest \i not make the trail impa able for Food and wes about the Box W-3 c/u Cilia* .
I National Park. \ cost same. Verv41M ....... t .n"11 ,. .
j an automobile. West Lake is if ..IJ-Ja
Government's nice though .
right ; facmmaf.utl twiIM
Mr. Shearer is 1925 Worlds ;i approximately 100 miles from the : .t.t.
I let
Champion small bore rifle shot starting point : you cant pay your taxes they'll

and is known for his articles in j I I The you stop eating** 0 Unfurnished three-beiwi.R .....
route, which began at .
national outdoor magazines. Mr. I cm house by d.1.I1UI' f'ftI- PaiMJ.t Stti.,IX titditiest. -.
; I Everglades airport. will go i dents. See me at nW Ciritr... J
Lange is employed in the Pro- wow ruMnrCoc
: pcllor Shop of Key WEsl'3 $ub- ', through the inner reaches of the j,; Aii Honest Man! house or Phone 1t8I.W. W* ,sties 2

- marine Base and is known for his<1 Everglades through areas which | must move by May lat frataPomcuma. -- -- -

alligator v resiling:*"once icing : will require octagonal portages. a SAN DIEGO. C -\f\ .-Page Diogenes' Floyd R. Soncr fOR RSSTAPFw'ai.And

billed at Madison Square G Pden. : will continue into the Bay ('f. H. J. Janke bought a deputy collector uf ewaamav.monwedffitoanr.
Florida cast of Cape Sable, and >aK
The I :
trip i:> made with the used autonuble t\v>o years ago. ap.1I In.. nt
,. knowledge and appioval of Dan j will end at Key Largo in hg
I Recently in examining the hfcrtsecard and biith M..J..no
1 Florida Keys This trail will Sailor and wife need two j
,I..' director of the Everglades pass container, he found a or I rrvn-r. limn and
National Park. who has ported I close to the area wheie Jockey $100 bill three-room furnished apart- tamuhed Swrntnn
I his wardens ..t various points Snyder disappeared from the ment until October 1. Box S-IS I Ii) n
I Upon investigation, he. found al Hotel Apill talents,
r yacht Coconut recently mal c/o Citizen Office.
through the park as (:hcc .ers" on a afrUtsHELP
that it had been left there by theson Post
boat trip. Shearer and Lange I II 'I Otfie.-
for the trip. I'| of the man from whom Janke -

The trek is being made by have promised to keep a lookout. : bought the car WANTED-MALE : Two ..atla

aluminum canoe, loaned bv Dr. i for the missing Snyder. I'I'Ir. j ji The son, F. C. Grable. said he -I, William apartments Si

William Robinson of Key West :!\ Shearer said that he hoped had "just forgotten about it." Key West representative for _.

A complete pack has been dc i the trip would possibly pioneer a i,Janke gave it to him. building pUn service? stale - -
signed bv Shearer and Lange. route for the more hardy type I II background and I iApartnrnt .1:" .1 K ui
presort con
I All faciiMKi.'i .11
I combining both the Canadian of sportsman who travels by In the 16th Century many Britons nection. Write Bux T.P.L.. c/' :
outdoor experience of Shearer I small boat or canoe and will suggest -|(I West Citizen. n wore "cramp rings" which Key ape 12-* t .
II. and the Seminole Indian Lore of to the Pin k Service that '! they believe with ihUd |t>< n' w
I prevented palatyi.
Lance For years Mr. Lange lived they place houseboats at intervals ,J Experienced I
men wanted to i a.lre _.
on the Tamiami Trail close to the I on the route m that this type I I Ijot FOR SALE. Cuban tile $1..
; ..,
per .ttr.
Seminole Indians and hunted and travel Owl nmtn inn I ta.rtt.ant ti
i sportsman may by
I steady work. Free skeputg : .,
fished with them. "n a.
I and rest in a houseboat at night. White outside; paint white enamel Cuban-American I
quarters. TifcCo
The Uvo left Sunaav April 4. I entraui t \ h.I
where he would find food and
I $2.75:>> gal Doherty & Co.. .. 519 N'EL lOUt Steed Ft. ,
departing from the Everglades adequate shelter This type of adventuring avuir t i i t 'it
I 546 Olivia corner Packer. Can Lauderdale. FU. ttprl..U PlMna 4MSWPO
airport. They were accompanied would be novel in an I 1597.
to the departure point by N. P. American National Park. he said. arrIOtri
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i Chris-c aft. sleeps four Very -

Times Square, the theatrical | Pliny recommended the prevention good condition, possibilities First-cia&s dinner mok White II4.ITHt-H s ti.1 ..,

center of New York was late i and cuic of coughing and I good charter boat. Phone or colored man or woman. Alto Pr ,aemt th. .,d ... '

ie 1302 a neighborhood of brownstone i I sneezing by shifting a i irg from I 136G-V7. apr12-6tx one fait short order ....- ; PUk'nato.fj st1. ..

houses. carriage and har- id finger on the left hand to the Nights. Report Jo ..... Rorboa i J rerrivt' '*- a -ra.": ,

ness shops and livery stables. i middle finger of the light hand.1)IIE : Adding machine cash register La Concha Hotel a r..- 'I' pnrtn.it Th.. ttI .
19 2 Pome-ana
-- - { May l't. l m v
f Experienced waitraars fur La I, ., ,
Marx. auuth sTO
IIEMOCKVl RIGHT NIGHTS' Tables (choirs six-burner gas Concha Dining fkoum Aa far i

I stove with grill. National cash Coffee Shop App tni.rittSer's tt t

"l rcRiiter Columbia Restaurant office La Conrad Hotel. t ..oR SALE
I I 117 Duval. apr2-6tx ,
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Gas :t.n'c, aronst new, four I, ..
MISCELLANEOUSSpecialists t t''r. f-i tan .. ,
I' bUl mr:>. TOG Elizabeth. D.iry.
in Mashing eaateftiae. -_ .

r"I repairs all make. Whrtrwringer uttbln& ... .'

Box springs, mattresses. furni- rolls. The Tr.......!I' a..,..It 1'1.,'

I tuix Key West Bedding Com- Phone 143 I. 1M Dwval ... i iaprlU i Iushe.sa -. \.tI
510 Front Street.
J .. N Y. ', t I

i aprI3-3tx i PtI./t, i_
r Dn. ,smakil\tt. Speci lixe m hay ..! _
Outboard, Firestone Champion. and girls' clothing. .
Uaft:>::..1 '
7.8 h.p. Used little Mr. Brcdlc
!! I IVIontzclk's Dreai Shopa*, |IS Ape" y ...
See before Thursday, Gulf. i I Fleming St. iwirM-Nb I .'..'"
tieum Park. I

apr 13-2tx I I Washers, truth, vaciMHtw waj 111trt.- .i ,.1.. .. .

fans repaired. ODriaeLFor i ,
Pheme 'I"'" 'i_ "
Electric motor with tank and .
| 116-1.L .
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j 1 housc-I t 5th St \1.f.WI4EhF
hold furnishings. A guaranteed piumbirtg atIId
I II cr- --- - -
I j Virginia Street between 3 and I. pairs. Free estimate. Call L.
7pm. aprl3-3tx John
; Curry. 512 Margaret St-
781. aprl-tf'
Used: lumber. Phone 1453-R ; TO lilt


i i Iron! ite home mangle new model! I am contcntpUta& MVMM too ; COFFEE SHO,
used not more than 10 hour I Key West and !
:fj rf last, ; $17 FLLMlNx. .1.
Will sacrifice Bendix Launderette { keeping. .r\K-e for ....11 OUM t. ,
Finished dept. 516 South- nesses.: Will keep .I 1 lea I (..INNJ4 l ; .f..1 our rai.:
I j aid street, Phone 1327 { system or supervisepraamt1 i I _,_ Serer i
DEMOCRATIC' CHIEFTAINS MEET in Atlanta. Ga. April 12 1 aprl4-4t j help make 1 I Istatements |I ** *t Ofl 130 tv .l
Ux "
I up
to chart their fight against President Truman's civil rights pro- I i. ( etc.. Pi.-.I I Hr _(.*-. FROM

gram. They denounced a resolution by the Midwest Demo- G E. refrigerator first class eonI monthly tee bubo Write a.d : Serv, u

cratic conference calling: on them to jump aboard the "Truman 1 dition. Apply 1420 6th street.i j i III call on you D. M Daanmei. I A D.IInou Il to r

for President" bandwagon. Seated left to right William P. I aprl4-3tx I II -IliH Ponce de Leon Bird.. I i I.l (:IIFROM

Baskin. South Carolina Democratic chairman. who was elected I Coral Gables. Florida. <

chairman of the two.day Atlanta conference: James S. Peters. Bedroom set dinette set couch ..it I 7-c..... Serrrcd
I' a11l
i and coffee table. T. B. Smith. t co I
t Georgia Democratic chairman. and Gessner T. McCorvey of I No 27. N.A.S. aprl-3tx I Ii VI:1: { . FROM

Alabama. Standing. left to right: Joe Hill Williams, Democratic Navy wife desires work ".... A Sacoou '
chairman in Florida and J. O. Emmerich I 1 for cteldrca or icy naaar !' ( u :
of McComb. Miss.. I Coca-Cola ice box. Four doorPonce's -. tctrkLiza alt Virile e- 34tveu w.f) Pt. .
1 ces-nUcg Herbert Holmes party hairman ia Mississippi. H-t. c No '
Bar-B-Q. apr8-&lx Cltem. .-It-It. : Ol EII I.J v:r,,,

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:"' .. .."'..' ....................................e... ........ t c.tlain product oreltTlc is "" DIRECT YOU !
BENNY'"SMotor i ; WHERE TO BUY IF" and iher. to doubt buy ; whet.

TROPICAL TRADER .... ......................... a..:
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Court . ............................................. ....... ; I

... 909() Sitiiuiiiott Si. : :.. 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 IF fc FI WE REPAlR IT! ;: (;:( :. ;: POOR OLD CRAIGService : J
.: : Ownership; ManAgement. Nice Selection of GIFTS and ,SOUVENIRS : it W E SELL ITS 1 : 1

el BENNY FERNANDEZ :: I')cnly of Action Toys for the Child. We Will Call For and Defoer V/HITE STARCLEANERS : Station ::

: Serving . : r /S so Year Experience in Electrical Work ; : : PHCHIC ItM
J. IL BRADT.Maaag r
: .cncAxrAST. to 11 : : Electrical Appliances Repaired.::: / I i : ........ and Division Str*.te :

: LUNCHEON. 11:39 to 2 :: ............................................ .,... ::L s-": J.LC.a211 Dum.Street Marco Mesa. Jr. ...... : : Auto A...........
.: DINNER. S to 1:30 : :.................................. ...'.......*.,l ..:'!,.., ELECTRIC; TELEPHONE: 41I 822 701 SIMONTON DUVAL STREET STREET.Your: : Tires Tubes PURE OIL Batteries and CASOLME ftoofer :

: The Retl of Steaks .. .. ....:; .... .i........:,:..:...:...........- ............ ; : ............................e..............a.
: Short At Orden-S&Diwiches .. ; HOME SUNDRY r STORE. .;.I ti.4.. :rt." .....a...:e....., ............:........... Dry (.leaning: \ ............................................*.
Hours 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. : : ; and Pressing24HOUR AUTO AND :
: Try Our Frozen : : Tour Patronage Invited, : .:', PRITCHARD : : RUSSE LL S : SERVICE .: :. TONY'S:
: DRINXSOpen : : .: : fret Pick-Up and BODY SHQf) :
; Dly, and Sunday: : ; tee Cream Proprietary Medicine ;j.. FUNERAL : :: DcliTery Service : :
1 8{ \.... to Midnight . : : DRY GOODS EOO>QS GREENE STREET :
: : : : SUITS forIKN: : :
.......................: .: Sick Toilet Room Preparation Supplies: .*School and Articles Supplier :: :: H'O \iEMUMFORD .: :: 1108 OLIVIA STREET :.; anil} WOMENPKONE : : : Aulo Painting S4500 to -J 5t1 )t! :

.................. .a.............................e : :. ; : .: :\ at I f"-I O-i'" f".. tlrc : : :
PHONE 373 :
..................... .......................... .. Let Those Serrc : : 232 ; : BOUT and FENDHK KEI'AIKS
... .... .... .... : :
: : BestWE ...................... ............................................. I
GOMEZ: : \ and ROSS : !ir/io Serve : : Specializing : .:............................................
: HAVE NEVER : In ....................... ; :
: -220 DUVAL STREETExclusicc TF.UST-- t
FURNITURE CO. Monroe County Distribu ort /orCarrier ..: BETRAYED A WILL .. Women's l andChildren's :: : :: a: .' CAROLYN MIOITE' :
: Orenea Hotel 919
: : : :.LO P E Z : : :
7J3 DUVAL STREET: 1\Jr-C on d. : : :1/-
J.nrll'. 1;'urn.ltlre.. .: itiomnab : Ambulance Service : ; : : : : .'/. DONALD BARBER ,

HOI'SKHOLI! ) : for Domestic and Commercial UseS33 :. :; Telephone.5.", U :: :: :; :; Funeral ServiceEstabLshcd ; :: a. We Specfotize :: t .
PHONES Treatment Dyeing
9150 Scalp
Fl'KMTlJKKPUstie :', : ...,*...............................__..w.w.w.w.wa : Never Sleeps : : A"PlJIcl ,, 1285 : ALL TYTK or MKI.KN (:CKTIB

Inlaid' Broadielt ConqoleumAxminster : :...."""""""""" **.*................... :: ........................................:............................................. .: Lc 0 lI"dl..ueral : :i...I'lioiic......175............P..:.RelA1R......T..wA.._...........:

: : : Tt. ft Electric : l>irc-lor:: > and : ..............................................

RADIOS andAppliances . all'W trinwtT RangesRefrigerators. J A MYERS ElUbalm .." i i STELL'S BEAUTY NOOKScientific 1': ,
8 ,Ro. '
i i i Disposals' and Electrical Appliances 21HourAmbulance : : Besot S Culture :
J Wa,liiii" Machines for Inimixlialc LicensedPAINTING :: in All Branches -
: "'Terera Arr>md" : ; : Delivery : ,: :
; : : Thoroughly Experienced
OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M. ;
!Ii : MON. and SAT.: : : HOME APPLIANCE : Contractor ' Service; : : Operators : '

',....................: : 60S SIMONTON 5TKEET PHONE 11 : : ; :: Soft Water U:*d Exclulr 7I'lione :
..........f...................e.................: FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED: : : : Phone 135 Night; 60S : 637 536 Fleming St. / : i
................... .......... ....... Telephone 9127. 114 DuTal Street Jefferson Hotel : : :...................................*........... .
....................e... : 5555555555 S................................................... .....................
: ....... ................. '
: PRICETOURS : THIS SPACE AVAILABLE : When You le'ant FASTEN: lifcTlTEU ; .....................; : Former Gutoumig Friends and the Public Invrtcd !
I : Frances Salon
: Beauty
: : : Y J
FuMrngrrfor : : On .1 Monthly 1:axis nl : Key .5 5 Frances Pai k. Owm ;
: On Oid or New Floors- ; ;
n. rftt"ntall'M : : : + 1010 CRINNELL STREET
: (.marnnlecd Work, Modern Methods ;
: ,
: : : : Itcanly Culture in all it* I hra at5
S : J Tor Further Information. CALL 51. : ; CONCH; SHELLS Tieatanoate :
TREVOR : Permanent Scalp
FLORIDA EAST cr Sec the Advertising Manager : I } ;
: : : All s MtHucwteq
: ...............,.................. .................: 1K29! Harris Avenue 1'liuiie ]'-71-1- -IUS.. Facials Shampoo Phone IM1 !\
: COAST RAILWAY .............................................. .. .......For. .Appointment. ..... ... .........
... New loeattd Hast ; :................................................. ...........................e................ COCOANUTS .e ea. .'
: DR. COBO'S :. Sac on dwc,'Of"iQ : Fire Insurance : : Landscaping I ; ,Marl\ and Top Soil SPONGES : Marion HUESO ., .

: OFFICE , mercantile bJ' INSURING with : 6: TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : BEAUTY SALON / :""II I
: bl.f91. house-. MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS '. Will Shy p to Any Peat : Southernmost House in USA i14CO
.: B.FLEMING.f .( La Conch STREET Hotel : : hold and effects.personal Atlantic; Mutual Fire Insurance Co :: .: Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable :. .. of U.S. or Canada : Dural Street Telephone 1314A j>! .: : ,
All PoSeias Non Assessabl. : Expert Hair Tinnng Hair Cutting// .\
5. Paiacio ;
Save 15'Tc:>> on 1
: .
; 4ft Olivia Si. : Permanent StyUngV- t
I IIUAE 1..1 MercantileStock 1 : : 1 flj''H 1021 Personalized S
:.....................:; /. L. Crusfte, ..1 g I. Phone 674 : C ,,t : PHONE nOl : lnl South Slrcel : Corective Facials V
................................................: ...i....f..................................... KEY ""'EST. FLORIDAR'EALESTATE :..f -* ExclusiTe s.. ss..but s Not..ExpensiTe..., .-* .\..?..-.se.... ..:

.. ................. .................. ;.................."..e BWERSON'TOFME'SilOP. ": :::::::::::::::::::::; For Mar. Nat.

: : .C..1 C..LE..S..I.I..O..p. : :: c ural Hair Tteting ;
: '
& :
: Hitlr llit HIM: (li the : ;: 116 DUVAL STREET ; ; ;, or Fte *tia .

(;OLF COUUSE; !: : 822 Fleming St. R. M. Daniels. Pr*p. Phone 1013 Open Daily and Sunday... ;: ,. tiailed J : Waves Permaa. . : """
tJ 5' . : }1. to 1 A..,.1. 1l
:%i. : Cusiimau: I I 1 Motor I Scooters .: 8.i'vni COMPLETE T Limners|. r :: ApI'rai"Erases"is :: ..: a Beauty .

: Sales and Service Immediate DeliveryBICYCLE ;. Also A La Carte and Sandwicbes' : KrulaUManagement Colony S;
; = : :
*" RenlaJ ServiceWindshields ..........ss..REASONABLE..s........s......-..-.....s..... z . 521 Southa 1:1.:.
lUuldy Seals T r..a..*...........o........................ ,, Properties Improved In and Key Vacant:: West : +r s Stz..tNO

TAKE BUS &&I. .' : .Parhuti; naps A- ; : ; and Mono County : Next to South- :.
S eninMjb'! Beauty ; ta:
: toth., I .. ::' ; ;. 0> ,., tf ; :. BE L\UTIFY :. ; J. OTTO .: :. y SchoolAH

:: L1NKS Gals "AI t :, Footrests /_ j.f :"r--. .. ,;; ,; : Entire House with :. : K11IlUllElrilm REALTOR: :. :. I; Beautieia.s Lk.ae.dYour .. II.:
i ..eas ra.'r-.3r : : : 411 Fleming Streat : : Mosi=:
: : Also DAYTON: BICYCLES and ; INLAID LINOLEUM : 919 WhiUbcad> Street Phase ofASPHALT :
Furl! ; ; ;
: Beauty Cuftw
; STEELCOTE RU1SBER ENAMEL I Phones 124 and 733-H ,

;..KEYWESTCOLFCLUB.........ee.........e :.......................................................................................... or INSTALLED TILE ;: i..a..a..a.;: :i .... s.Telephone.. . s SEHABLAESPANOL 206 for A|/|Mtiiiliu*****>iit********* s

es. ; EXPERTLY : ...............eHa.N ...............................e.............; ,

/...................... BICYCLES REPAM1IRED : : TJI: I'lIom 1431: FOR ESTIMATEKey i ., i : Good Work-Low Prices i
WASHING MACHINERepairing : FOR SALE : : Daily: between 9:30 A.M. and 3.30 : .
\: : :: Our Customers Mutt B0Satisfied A : : S :. ;, ------r._- P.M.- Appointments are accepted; l: .vaI. .
from public by Senior Students of
: .. ffffttfa r I : Floor Covering Co. : :; I U! T\laJ : : t : :'!
TheSouthernmost '
: 929 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : : ....IIU.! : \.-.; h : .

: MECH: .VMCS . : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE :; ; 130...DUVAL......STREET.........* ....KEY....WEST.....;.FLOR1T........a: :. Optosite Bus Ssaion ;: :. School I INot ( ::

;'\ 8ale iuniFactory ............................r...a:.............*.'."..... ..a......1....................................... .. CHOKE hO. I '. .. of f Beauty t Culture T" :

Methods Men f%NSURANCE : 523 Southard Street I j A) :
by Trained DRUM"'BAR"and : : [ : : : : : l :
: "Hurtare a number availabl. with >Ibtl IwwKENMORE .
: 1'1111.:; 111'11)' "I'TO KOMISend : : -111I';- tit titc approved ul.ructlrn who :
SPEED : ; + : know UKlV t
:! .. QUEEN and Others DIVISIONPACKAGE DEPAR1MENTS25 1 : : AS. OTHER: COMPLETE COVEKAGEKey I INirlerAHciiloinpany J :: phs) in beauty. culture Tlicv.tifklit b. uitrMM.sUIU'.T
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PHONE: 9112 '
: : cxi rt supervision of a I lK-rn. : \VliiliWrinptr' hull! ; ; ____ "V/o Deltvci"__ .: .: West Insurance Co. :. : : ,iut> culture, do E tJod *OfIt..tV'TY"'WprHe&. AlapjjointrnenU I- : !
: ( : : tlk'U i are not required, it ia ......... :
'TRADrRSu.. .., DtiiiLs J I and C..I.I..II..r in Ttiuii : : 315 SIMGKTON STREET PHONE 1371 : 1 : For Appointment Stop at

:! :: tilE 139 Duval Sirret: : ..aci...ancd.....Gouda..... : : I'nitII...S5 ill Front.....of..foilolfite..:sssse...........: ::...........a........:. :.......523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE.......537........ e1'Ii0N1:1131 .
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.............................................. : R A DTOS 1,1'11-\11)1':1\. : :: ::(\. \\lwn\rr. : :, _ Sensational Valuee : : :
: : .: :.;1. l on 111:\ lift:U H IDiO, e : OWBOY&SONSj :

: \VIu-u You (:n : : Il Til+I& V K.idioiu.iu lo !t. )air It . \\ !Il : Cl' n : ; :
; . ..1111 . . : \ UO : : JOHN R. WATSON. Manager
: loud hhoppiug j : :'lot Buy II Front .\ JlailiuuiJu: : :
1 isE11lE
Uc Sure lo Col . :. .1. t REPHOitE : Ul'J'{ lJ(. o.,:.. OKI ITS IIMSI: s.auDI0 : PHONE 50Ml: I 5

: : .V ? . -t,1\ AC DC SupeihElcrixiinePlastic .
T; ..
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Table RadioS :
cI-h (Jum. 4 24-Hour IvadioRepair :. --- -"" Tubes (IncL Rtrctuicr< ) : :: LANDSCAPIN G ;
I :

; ENRICHED BREAD .e I. ,:. t s" Scryu'c.. I : ( ...... for the :: :: Essential BeautiicotioHTree :
(\ : ;
: : S r-9 FAMILY in reC tLlill//\al :
: :
The Foundation oj Today'* toY't* f ; READYTOWEAR"Why When : C7HaulingMarlSandSoil., :
I Meal Planning I 1u r il: :" Al's Music C O. . You Can Pay Bjy fo.1.<6'i i : f & Ro
: Wa Kara ; ; HAMILTON MERCANTILE) :: : Excavating' by the (:.ubirrd. :
RALPH rARALDO' > J The Latest 522 Soulliard Street a ; ESTIMATES GL\DL\ Gl\ E..a \ :

]KtyWaatAoeat su S ; HIT PIIO'iE: 1081 707 WH1TEHCAD STREET.............TELEPHONE...........511.....:. ................... ........................
.............................................- I..... .RECORDS......................e.:.... .......... ................ ,

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In A Mood : I II'il4r"ill"II''''' :I; ;r. : i I 4i 4fII'.I' .I'' '
Reforming Whufs Doing . ,
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Y.M.CA. -.r o-"" <-.. .--t : t- 2"S
1 9 iI Jackson Square. Whitehead j '<,," .:
1i and Southard Street / ,

I i 'aU9n07TauuuOnwhulwC100UU0i010mrnnrWednesday: :: I THROUGH IS NEWS, EDITORIAL :

1:00 P.M.-Fishing Party: Naval -

Hospital, YMCA Patients.NCOS.Joint Program i ., AND ADVERTISING COLUMNS II I
8.30 P.M.-Ye Ole Country Party I ,
drr featuring Square Dancing : "

__ >_t xk 10:15 Patio P.,M.Virginia-Grille.Weiner Reels.Roast on the J I:I t." YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER PERFORMS I

Thursday j!

9:00 ard P.M.and-Djnre.His John.; Pritchj. j! .:. AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE '
: Friday 1 r .
( 8:30: P. M.-'"Tourist Nite at the I >
I I Y," sponsored by the Cham--'i
her of Commerce. Refreshments j .
T 1 1 and Entertainment. i I J' . '

8:00: P.M.-Movies.Saturday 1 I ',.: ,

10:15: P. M.-Second Show feature -
k rR 1 announced at the Club.I I I
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Sunday | I IJ

GIRLS IN CAGES:' They now e symbeUze trying to a eliminate.By condition: India's statesmenare .i 9:45A.M.sion Group.-Java Club discus- I I 4: }

j S 11:00: Parties.A. M.-'Go" to CHURCH #.,.
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3:00 P.M.-Classical Hour se-
AP NewsieatuiesBOMBAY. ,
lections announced. .
.-Mother India is acting today like a Puritan. 9:00: P. M.-Fellowship Hour on '
Although pessimists say you can't change human nature the Patio. Community Sing :1.
with law books on this old subcontinent: the trend is toward i ing, Beatrice Moreno at the', .
national prohibition and the abatement t>f prostitution. I Piano. .
Alcohol and legalized vice are now ranked as public ene- : 10:00: P.M.-Coffee Hour. SI
maces the t Camera Club meets each
by highest statesman*
of the younIndi 1 Dominion. Thursday at 8:00 P. M. -
I oIIWIiiiunIllIfUlIWlWiillIllDUIIWIlllIIlIUIIIIIWII.!! ]!! t I G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Ser-
Social 1 reformers, comforted lay ; J
t i vice Organizatjon), every 2nd
the saintly teachings of Mahatma iCjfcndni. N.C.C.S. j! and 4th Monday. I .
are already writing: more j 1021 DuTal Street i Game Room: Chinese Checkers t
stringent legislation j i : chess cane, pin;pang, pool,
Th more direct blows have 1 I DEFENSE FORCESPROGRAM; i writing desks, library current tr r ;)
fallen on the sale of intoxicant:; j t 1 j magazines various table games,. : \
Traffic in women b proving harder >
uiniHiuiuiiiuiniumiiiiiuiiuiiiiuiHiiu'\ ; : i etc. ,t
to control. j Showers, tennis rackets, golf ; ILLUMINATION
Test tubes for serial I cxpc-ri-1 t WEDNESDAY: clubs fishing lines, cameras,1 .',
menu are India's largest cities, } 1:00: P.M. 11:00 PJH.-Billiards, checking service. film service: : \ ,
Bombay and Calcutta. Two dry 1 Ping Pong, Writing Ucom,;mailing and wrapping packages,' ,
days are enforced each week inj, Showers. I receiving messages, phone booths,I .
Bombay, includingthe pay-day 12:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.-Hospital \stamps, railway express service 1"
fur miU-I nds in the big textile 1 Patients' Fishing Party, joint i available to SERVICE PERSON. : So all see
may . .
NCCS YMCA and'' NEL. -
industry. Calcutta goes dr nk-I program
l lrst'.n Saturdays. Red Cross. : Lesleigh DavisDirector.. -
."It* only a small beginnin"" 7:00: P.M. 8:00: P.M.-J,1oxing'} Gerald Pinder-Program Di e
Raid a young Brahmin reporter Training, PAL Equipment. rector. ; t
IMI the police beat. here. "But anyone 7:00 P.M. 8:30: M.-Sewing-': Beverly Buchanan-Secretary- '
can notice the change in the ,. Class, Navy Wives. j Doreen Cruz Information. -
moral climate since the British! .7:30 P.M. 8:30: PM.-Spanish1, Desk Aide. ,
1 1ar
Raj gave up the ghost and we j i Class for Beginners; Miss* .
Indians took over political: authority 1 Remond instructress. II {i Your 1IooscOJeWEDNESDAY I One particular section: .--the Classified-serves the community
test August. {{.[I 8:30: P.M. 11:00 P.M.Dancing.THURSDAY .j ji
"The British were not too con- i i I II | APRI L14, 1948
cerned. They let things slide." I[I 9:00: A.M. 5:00: PM.-Sewing'f Today gives a pleasure-loving
Foes of white slavery sirehandicapped f I! Machine Typewriter, Writ-:;I nature which revels in laughter T by highlighting the way to immediate sales and the quick
"by religious tradition : ing Room, Showers. i 1 and light occupation. There.may. S I.j
hs well as the enormousprofits k I FRIDAY j seem to be an antipathy t*)/ *ti- ,it f (
made from vice. 9:00: A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing'1' ous thought. but a careful inve=,>Ur. J
| satisfaction of needs. Each millions of f dollars I
Hinduism accords .recognized Machine, Typewriter, Writ-:;! gation often shows an undercutI buyers' year, ( y
position to the prostitutc''claSs..I ing Room. Showers. \I rent of a meditative nature and ,
Basavis (temple gals) still caterto ?; thtat the light actions are but a:
pilgrims in backward, states: , SATURDAY j'j desire to avoid serious thoughts of American business are transacted
1:00: P.M. 6:00: P.M.-Picnic, : through the classified]
although it is now generally forbidden Fishing (sign advance!| that may be unpleasant. Be care-
uo in
to allow superstitious ful of your a-wciations with the
families to dedicate a daughter: SUNDAYIC:30 j i opositc sex for there is danger;:
to temple servics. i AJU. Breakfast 11:30 AJU., -White Communion -:;I indicated in this direction. S columns of the nation's
In Southern India where matriarchal -: ; papers. .
systems flourish it is I!': Hat Club U.. S. Sub Base-i!j On main lines, modern rail..
(2nd Sunday)
common to find prostitutes whose '; steel track has an average life of
i| .
} 1:00: PM. 7:00 P.M.Fishing'Trip .
female ancestors, as far back as''' ; 15 years.:
any records exist, belonged to l'I|I. (sign up in advance). _
Information services housing. M MB
; I
the "ol 1
city The new Key West "MY
Vice is big business in Bom- I
I Religious literature, library GUEST OF KEY WEST" is a '
: spreads bay. The over red-light several district principal which I telephones, stamps, wrapping and,1:. long-cherished idea beneficial to For those who have a specific product to sell rent trade
thoroughfares is perhaps the mailing packages, railway express the Old Folks Home in Key West:t ,
most infamous in the East. There service laundry pick-up i|i i (ask the Jayshees). Composedand
I I available to all defense forces Benj.F. (Happy)
published by

are which iron streets bars blotched-faced solicit lined for with girls 12 cages annas behind in ;i 1 I and their MRS.families.E. S. COUGHLIN, j j|I I i.Werkheiser. Tavcrnier. Florid:I or an especial need to fill, CITIZEN WANT ADS are the

25 cents. Executive Secretary. 1. . . . . . S '
Rich banias (merchants) frequent I MISS HILDA CASTILLO. I' STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE:I
a cluster of apartment: Secretary.j TRIUMPH most effective, economical, and quickest means of advertising.
houses further uptown where .
Silk-gowned singers and dancers,I Gauls and Britons issued a COFFEE ,
with golden bangles hanging' code on ring wearing: thumb.i MILL S S4'fryT
doctors index finger, merchants
from nose and ear. entertain ; : I at
nightly at private parties which middle finger foods: annular
finger students: small fingers. All Grocer .
may cost 300 rupees ($100)) or '
more. The girls are usually attended 'I I lovers.'___ _ . . . r ro . TRADE \ }
by musicians who are ,
their male relatives, including

husbands.The Bombay provincial government Overseas JTh1jji
recently publicly confessed -
that the.last anti-prostitu- euy
tion act adopted 24 years ago ''I lOII'
had tailed to achieve its objec- Company Inc.Fast .
tives. It issued a new. decree

which u something less than halfa Dependable Freight and Express Service
loaf for determined leaders of
a purity campaign here. -between- Use the
Under terms of the new act.
prostitution is forbidden "within I lIIAland\ \ KEY WEST

150 yards of a place of public Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
religious worship educational institution
Between Miami and Key West
park playground, cint I
railway station or tram i: !
line. ) Express Schedule: 'Utprlr
Ironically, race rioters, not re-
formers have done the most (No Stops En Route)
harm so far to white slavery. LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX- S .
CEPT: SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
Must brothels are in a mixed rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid
area of Moslems and Hindus.'The night. IsI
hazards of assassination in the
street have discouraged

SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid- I
frightened girls back to their
and arrives at West al
night Key
native: villages and cut the income .
6:00 o'clock A-M. k---
of overlords during the
past six months. Local Schedule:
(Stops At All Intermediate Points)
7713'Q/fK DAJiKEAwow.. CEPT SUNDAYS) at 800 o'clockA.
sroaw M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
o'clock P. M. The Key West Citizens
t SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and i .
P.M.arrives at Key West at 500 o'clock

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.Entertainment I Photo Fabrics- LEGALS: I Rise Stevens, Opera Star, Gives .: ;

I ELEPHANTS CANT VOTEo".jg I Friday Night By II Prove Effective Iv THE'' cdrvrv.Tlrw-olli"f-OVNTY.'JID PROBATK..!K IT.-!% .T&'otirr.XOMtOK : ttifKi.onnt Favorite Recipe For Ring Cookies"_

Gene Gleason Baron Dancers %. I
I IChapter I I Extatr ofK.MMA
PAWTUCKET. IU LOfl.SA L TOol.al_ known "
) -. i A program replete with solos,] Experts used to iJ L-CAP-I i aa UHTISA: I.YON: and also knownas Rls, Stevens famous Carmen' of the ItotropaHtiM Of.n, ..ys 't'
her her terribly tat aha dora eel let ft M4.ifrs._
KM:: :MA I. LYOX.I career keeps buy
I ballets! acrobatic numbers chore- prints on fabrics were I I. Teased.The .
24 had from with her duties as a. mother and homemaker. She sfeM. BUB? tows*
vanished his omit as placate a disappointed ticket- But Leize Rose : AH PersonsInterested
Sn State of Florida to
ographs.! exotic dances and "Bet- in her kitchen making her favorite deUckt. KonreclsB Mac fjooiTes. .
TIlE second day of the "Carnl- though he no longer merited her seeker. the impossible. Her photo process in the Estate of said 1 l eeedent I which she like this: | _.
val l ot the Animals" held every notice. The little demons of sec I Arriving at the auditorium a ty and Her Fans" awaits the general -: is used in a commercial laboratory Yeii :are hereby notified that a'' ,

external portent ot success. Clear lessly ond-guess: Was assailed she Interested him relent-in I full hour before the Eddie Carnival was public Friday night when she has established here to written Instrument purporting_ .. WIttf I Ii r.T' Norwegian Ring Cookies ,_ if
scheduledto start. made a Last VSill& and Tn>tam t # MidUece4et .
weather just crisp enough to be nothing but the campaign Had quick inspection to determine I pupils of Baron's Studios perform |;. produce pictures on garments. i has.ben admitted t.. urbate .- j' ,; \ 1: 91 cap or aiiortenrar 1 *** t !

invigorating stayed through the he only tricked him into work- that the cast was ready to appear., in the upstairs auditorium of thefDivison wall decerations and other cloth. '. in said ..urt.commanded with , 2 cap of mined floor I tt"'ia ell .....

morning and afternoon with no ing on it to feed her own self-sat He discovered that the orchestra," f Street School. j I'I'f !, Duringthe; *y/a/rhtr/ process was in You six are calendar hereby mthA. from the I ' ; .. j H cup of chopped almobda 1 '"1'1111' ell ...a&' !

threat of rain toward evening. isfaction? the trained-seal act and John J: The program is being presented j I II used to ..pnxjtiae :camouflage for ,dat. nf the first puMiratiun. of this ' : (aakea I ..sa Itac) .

Newspaper reviews and word- publicity He called her home, the zoo the Ryan's inevitable show; hazards"h'Jrring*of overcome '. for the benefit of the school's j f airplanes. Her prints are reported *notice. OMise.to appear if any in said you Court ran, why and ,I Inow. : '. d' ; Cut shortening lato floor tmtfl mfartwe reatttUM.

office ramingham's of- a premiere ..uare. Fundwhich is used tol to be>fus1and u.e. process is saidto the action of said Court ill admitj j j c .,. < coan, meat Then stir ia almon4a BH .irsea'
of.mouth lk:3-all : ;
advertising by members without perforthaiWe'approathe4
locating her.: tie hair raidViII to prultttr. should mil ,
of the first-night audience con- Had she been injured, kidnapped second nightwith the' casualness -*'I assist 'needy! pupils with food cost JessjUian stlk screen printing stand' nnrr..kd.. '' light In separate bowL Gradually best .to sager lad

TtTcd such enthusiasmthat murdered?-his tortured imagi- of established sUga veterans.' clothing: and other essentials. f And; more1 than roller print- RAYMONIIt; I.ORI>. ',. : ,'a.t' :r.: add vanilla Stir in floor mlxtore a little at a _e. '

contagious nation ran the whole! scale of A half hour before curtain Eight solos are included in the ing.Mrs County CoiBtv. JtdiccSlonroc FlorMa. -j jHy i .A. : ChilL Roll out batter. Cut In three .... t.H. .... J...tends

the show seemed a certain wild possibilities. But Carolyn's time the box-office: I -",Fant 1 : In Pink number and : Stewart'Vas a portrait AirnesV.. Vlllar ', to make ring Bake In ungrsaasd cookie skeet .

sellout at its final performance.Eddie mother whom he had talked to Gale backstage with tr.easurertmel' 1 t 16 pupils will composa the Corps painter before the depression and Clerk I Rise Stevens in moderate oven-:375 degrees. Bake 8 to 1#Btawtev.;: t

Gale within easy sight six or seven times laughed off final tabulations., : : tie Ballet \that will assist Betty turned to experiments with photography apr.14-1-21maytt'IL! ]I In .
his apprehensions telling him "Looks like well clear $42.000 'nil'"IRri' rol'HT:-O.. THK j' "My housekeeping chores are not finished flaW I see to It that may -. .
tt his goal should have felt ufI when business declined.
in the
that she had talked with Carolyn for the two nights. he said pleas- I Simpson presentation F.I.\: F.'TII Jllllfltl. fllKMITIOK ounce of used fats is saved" says RIse "Our gevtrasaeM ut ""Ie .;.
exultant even as he worked incessantly several times during the day- antly. "That makes it the best I her second choreograph<< "Little THK TTK OK KI.OHIUA.IV j save every pound and it's good kitchen economy: to sHI yew ad tale :

at his office to meet the and adding that Carolyn had no two-night run that ever playedthis 1 Brown Cat"Miss "MY CU .3T: OF KEY WES'rSing. AMI Fun MOMIOK fill 'ITS.* .Ii to mat dealers."
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last-minute demand for tickets. message for him although her place!" Simpson who designedthe ( Dance. Whistle It) *' -riii... !i __ : .
ra mr N 11-332: - ---- - -- -' -
By noon he knew that the house mother must have made it clear "Ckreat stuff" said Eddie witha I costumes to be used in the (Advt.) C.i'ERITE U n'r
would be sold out before the box. that he was frantic to hear from forced show of .enthusiasm. is featured in another IIAUSO.X.Plaintiff.. i I ITS. For ti>! price ., em UriiJ *f ..
emce opened for the evening per- her. "You'll program I LEGALS UIKIKCKiTHEI.MA Marx For Germans ... .
fonmance. By three o'clock in the see that your men put the number, "Betty and Her Fans." wU.I..onaf ItT KAW.SO.N. I I weeklypayaG.v.e a.ii..
receipts in the night vault Iiefendant. now buy a ew. vcvy lpia.t
I will be
afternoon he was drawing on a lull In the late after- "They're safe don't Acrobatic performances NUTH'P. TO MKIHTOHS OK 11 HLMMTIO t'{ BERLIN. (Al'A) Soviet II-
element of tact he had TOURING worry, OHIIKH and very Wt!' -......... .*...
every ever telephoi-j traffic Eddie the treasurer assured him. "Mostof given by Joyce Valenzucla and nU3 Probate Act. Sn.. 119, 12IN :!W) TO: Thelma \Villouihhy liawson.. I
. learned to parcel out the remaining found his nerves so tensed that it's locked up alreadyandwe'll I Beverly Maloney. A "Petite Hallet" -I THK ('Ol HT ..K THK 4'OITVJtlMilX sea West HCth Street .A.t. :1..1 publishing houae is iiaiing for Cominunm's MiM _
: tickets without offending the MUNKOK 0INTV.; New Turk New York. j German workers deluxe editionof
he could will Paula Newlwus !
droves of whose large- not remain still. To keep soon take care of the rest. star ; ?, .'LlUtlU' |\ fHOH.Tr' You; are hereby required to appear! "
, applicants himself near the phones in the The music and the intermissionacts assisted by ten other pupils, and I In He: Kxtair of to be Hill for Divorce filed 3 rain. t | Karl Marx's "Das Kapital. I SubscriDe, to The CMcen.
order demands had to be scaled event of further calls he began went off more smoothly than 1! KM MA UOUiSA LYriN.al.io known ,y... in the above styled r.u..n ..r .
scheduled ---- -- --
Yolanda Harris is to
I eta down. each to a maximum of two tick thrusting his hands into the on the previous night, with equal perform a. solo ballet I.a&"" Lt K.U.UA..1'IS.L I, y V.YON,t;.; and a;.... known t before 1,4S. otherwise the 301 h the day allegation..f April| A.o.,ntained It..1 ... ...........w ww..... w w w w v....-...,

pockets of his bursts of Eddie I .
wrinkled sports applause. thinking Dance Dcceased.To therein will& l.e taken as ...
Fully aware that the too would suit emptying their contents on of nothing but Carolyn A Grecian Plastique All CrnUtorn.. and tvr__ Having -. fn>'ed. Political -
r need public support In coming the desk blotter and inspecting scarcely noticed the performance. $ featuring Julie Stone, will have Vlaiuut ..r |..>inan<]K Aftainst l;.>ne and Ordered at Key West. I Announcements

,1 years as it did now. Eddie remained them with a kind of purposelessreflex He observed with a considerable! I' a supporting group of nine pupils.I Said ina-aed total ea: lv of you arc hereby .';I1545.Florida,. thin :3"th day of March.: :

steadily at the office action. Idly be poked at shock that Lament Framingham Two other numbers will add an led : l \1'
a noli( & *a c Miire to present anyelainifr (CIKCriT N.I.RTL) DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 4 19-18
through the day, sending out for ring of keys two unmailed letters was not in his front-row box; the I exotic touch to the program: and .th-mJltd" which" iou. or no9t.-i C Sawyer, .... j
occasional cups of coffee. and and a bundle of lint-covered zoo chairman had previouslymade in full iihr r-.f'To.'tJ1 have aicain lh''-I; Clerk of Cirrait (".. --------_._..... ._..... A
which will be I
sandwiches. It would have been pipe-cleaners. lie his at zoo af4fairs published *"iai i M-.diun>L..Ix ylsa 1.08. al.tuKnown Ry: (ad]) Florence :K. Sawyer, J :
picked folded appearances
a in The Citizen tomorrow.I ,, +* Louisa I..n and also ,' I'epulv 4'S.rkF.nriq.e .
easy to delegate the task of filling slip of paper from the little with unfailing regularity. known as tomm L. 1yon. drrra..cd.'' Rsquinaldo. Jr.. j For Governor For County ComraiMlooer I

orders to other members of the mound of objects and studied it I The Carnival had finished triumphantly t Utit( aid County, tw the ,'...ontyI Attorney for Plaintiff.I COLIN ENGLISHFor t Fifth District

office staff simply selling tickets for a moment. with the whole audi- I [OVA Y IN HISTORY I II' I[Juiifc.nf Monrwv (<..un >. Flori'la, mar.n: apr.7l42l.l9tHAOTJCK
I at his ofn In the court h'.usc-.ixaitl I EDNEY PARKERFor
until the supply was exhaustedand "Traffic summons." he realizedas ence standing for a last wave of I i ii i'ouniy at Ky \\Vnt. Kl,.ri>la..'' .
then turning the late-comers he unfolded it. "Returnable hand-clapping and whistles. when I (Know America) I .....nln .-isl'lal -..Jjr munih fr.m TO CUKIIlrnilH I Governor ;

away with a curtno.." But Gale yesterday morning in Fox Hills Eddid walked from the main j 1775-Philadelphia Quakers organize : the tiin o( the first pul>liati demand..M ..flhi . l(>lISt::TilE T-.hate fOI'IIT Art.OK Sods THK 1&.&'('.(I"I' W. A. SHANDS County CommissionerFifth

appreciating the delicacy of pleas- village court. Forgot all about .arena to the wings backstage. He the country's first society !< nolM-r. Easclaim. or Ji Ut.K. M"'HOK I'll I- \ I District
vritiuK, and shall Matethe
lag a public with a long memory it!" lie remembered that he had had just reached: the stage door I i for the abolition of slavery.lgZWebster's ; shall pLace 10. in of residence i and post. ..<- : KI.UHIUA. IN I'KOIItTI- j! (BILL) W. A. PARRISHFor 1
.In re: Estate of I
for boxomce rudeness stuck to been i ;
stopped while speeding intending to pass some instruc- fire adcJrr.ia of the rlaimanl and I
Dictionaryfirst ITiLD.J1'0l:1. i
his desk personally handling the' through the suburb a few days tions to the doorman when he shall IKsworn. to by Ihe rUimant. Deceased.'To : For State Comptroller i

most difficult requests.If ago at 40 miles per hour; because was approached by two highway published. his agent ..r attorney, and any. surhtlaini All Creditors. and Person llar- SuperintendentPublic
[ fil- l shall EDWIN C. FRASER
demand not MI .
1861-Fort Sumter evacuated. : or jog Claims or .-.man.forain"! I I III
he could not give them Lt.mont T. Framingham presidedover patrolmen. I I lx voi'l. I!!| Instruction ;
tickets, he decided he would at the village court, he dismissed "Are you Edward Gale?" asked 1865-President Abraham Lin- M.\('" PAPY I r 1 You Said and Estate:; each: of you are hereby I *
least treat them courteously.In it without a second one of them regarding him coln shot by Booth in Ford's As rxrrutor of the L."till notified and required: to present For State Comptroller WILLARD M. ALBURY f :
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all the frenzied final stages thought and then forgot to bring gloweringly. Theatre, Washington. Secretary and;;. l.Tsslamejat on, al <> known.t :.m.as I Ixmisa ua -- .any claim! and demand. which II (Incumbent)

01 the campaign he knew that it to Framingham's attention. He "I am-why?" of State Seward murderously i l.yon> and also known" as you. or either said of Estate you. ..may.rIatll.haveaaint .... C. M. GAY i For Superintendent ,.

Carolyn's love mattered even would not have been speedingout The patrolman handed him a assualted on his sick-bed. Km ma I- I-Jon. dt'f'f't..d. I i Mendel. ilecea<1. late of said Public Instruction

more than his own success or there if he had not hurriedto folded paper: 1873 Historic U. S. Supreme apr.14-I-1I;m.)i,1!U!I. I; County. to the County In.I1r l '
even that of the campaign on distribute tickets to thirty "I've got a warrant for your [ of Monroe "'..unty. Florida at his i For Circuit Court Judge j i HORACE O'BRYANT

which they had both labored so suburban schools in time for the arrest signed by the judge of the Court decision.Louisiana Slaughterhousecase lTHK:\ I\TII 4 1114 I"I IT UU.II.4-OIHT. 'IRt'lIT OP THKii.t NMntv office in at the...YV..t.court b.ise.Florida of.,,:said..Ib.In ;- i (Group One) i ii I II
furiously. But .he had not seen herat Carnival he reflected. Fox Hill village court," he stated I .
4IK THK STtTK ttf KI.UHIUA. eight calendar month from the i WILLIAM A Bill HERIN For Superintendent i
all during<< last night's concert The phone jangled beside his brusquely. "Come on; my ordersare I 1890-The Washington International IN %NII "'OHlO'HO": cot 'T\. time ..r the first Ptla.Ii.-ati..n of thisnotice. I 1 ( ) 1
nor since. Unaccountably with- wrist and he quickly forgot the to take you there right now!" I| Conference creates the IN 4'HtN4Kltl.IIAP.niJI.1. Each claim or demandhall - j of Public Instruction

.. out a ghost of an explanation, she summons in the attempt to (To be continued) !i Pan-American Union. 'I.II-"X,.. 11-3.--&'I-("". I Ilh.I| place he in..r writing residence and and shall post stateI office 'I For Circuit Court Judge :!I MELVINE.RUSSELI. -

- - - -- -, --- - -- -- - 1912-The Titanic, on her maiden Plain 11ff.vs. I I addresn. of the claimant and i Group 7 (Monroe County) i
shall l he to by the claimant.
voyage strikes an iceberg off hilOIttl.lART'ELZAEiTJi } School Board
IncumbentAQUILINO I I'I For Member
I her agent .r her attorney and any: J
J 11'II.L ) OU: S.U 1I.l: before PKVK. '
Newfoundland shortly I
I : such claUn or demand not NO
|v>frndanl.OKI1KH JR. Second District
shall I ho''oid.. LOPEZ i
midnight-sinks in early morning
41K PI
traIl .E.K.STOn.. 'I
Napoleon Had with toll of 1,517 lives. TO: An administratrix" of the Estate <,fMatilda GERALD H. ADAMS
I 1939-Roosevelt cables Hitler (1.n1''anti-hi LIZAVKTII Avenue!;. PIK.,: : :Mendel deceased For State Attorney ,

.. end MusGt.lini.in. attempt to avert r.djf ........ ;"\ 3. mar.2..1tapr.l4.1)lt.g'I : : GLENN C MINCED ; For (Member School Board

Trouble Too! Yon are hrrelty'. required t.. ap- Re-electisn I Fourth District -
1>par tw the Bin of < omi laint for .
I 1942-Jap attacks on Corregidor divorrr in the above styled cause 01*1 '. .;..1\ H'TIt JI .... ..\1. CIHCIIT JULIO CABANAS JR.
*continue. 'or h-for. tht fib day ..r .May. A. l.. I OK THB STTK OK KMHtllll.l For State Attorney i
Host (!owing) : ancient otir.> )inC' 1943Plaries; of Allies active liS;*> nh* wlv">*h. allegationttbtc1 i : : lM KOH MOMIOK COl'NTY.
i wilt U**taken: aa ...enntffA.,1. i lCH.\\('KMY.: WEBSTER G. WALLACE For Member School Board
t.r&UtM): This is my greatgn.nd-; ; bombing enemy in Tunisia and This Order in to be published i nre 1 ('a M-A*. 11-323 '
I a week for four ...,..rulive wt.-kn rxRTS, 1.. HARRIS KAKKIRI. Fourth District .
f-U.cr.) lie lust hu leg at Wa- Sicily. in The Key; West 4'IIUen. a newspaper . Plaintiff For State Representative
1945J JS.. First and Ninth : : ISADORE WEINTRAUB
terloo. : pul.lij.heil."" in the 4'ity of KeyVituAf 5-j i
Armies within 50 miles of Berlin. Florida, CHRAUU HARFIKLP.Tfrfendant. I i For He-nomination
'Guest: Shocking place for losing big I....XK AXI> ORDKRRn thin 15th': I
raise averts PAPY
1946-Pay BERNIE C. Criminal Court
For Clerk of
suitcase daof April, A. 1'. U4S. OIIDKII OK" prni.icTi '
things. I lost my sugara refining strike in country. ( ;I.\1. TO: l..rald p trfield.Address .
tllere last week.THE ,1947-Telephone strike in second iRoss f Sawyer I'nknown.You I For State Representative ,I _
Clcte e't.e Circuit I Court,' are hereby required to "nnearto .
wv-vv'V. rv'w'v- week. Russia agrees to negotiate Monroe ('.,hnty.: Kl a'-rlda. the Kill of Complaint for divorcein .. MILTON A. PARROTT For Clerk of Criminal Court
her lend-lease debt to fly: ': Kathleen NottagreIteputy the above .stvlcd cstujen "r i --
VETERANS' United States when her ambas- ''".rlo;, fore the 23rd: day of April A. I' :, (Mickey) i I HARRY DONGOFor .
Hilary \ .All.ury IS4S. otherwise the atlegalh-.n-
:' sador returns Washington.. Solicitor for Plaintiff. therein will be taken as confessed.This i ; I S
vin h'. Gromyko continues attacking arr.14-21-!8mayi.l54SAOTIPK Order I i.. to be pul>li'hml .,n.-.. ;; For State Representative Supervisor of

CORNER United States in America'suni- a week' for fouronxecntive neeVsin : TOM WATKINS Registration .
The Key West (Citizen a newspaper ; -
V published in the City of K.-y
lateral" aid JOHN ENGLANDFor
.........._... .. program. Notice |I" hereby given to whom \Vest. Florida.IH ;I
1it5.p it may concern that on the 4th day 'NK AM. RPKRBP) this 25rd: For Sheriff
QUESTIONS cent of American : of :Slay A. l). 194S. at 7S; H. M. in I
About two per the Monroe Conntv Court l.use. day of Starch A. D. 1548.:: j I FRED O. EBERHARDT Judge Juvenile Court
AND ANSWERS homes which were wired for Ross C. Sawyer.SEAL : I i i iI
Kt'.t. the Hoard of
R C ft.UVIKtIhl f4Jf.L90'Xl1O Florida ( ) Clerk of the Circuit Court. DAVID E. McCURDY
had mechanical refrigerators founTjr'.-Coinmiwsiopers .>f 5I.nrocC.'unty. ..... .
electricity : Florida
Monroe .nty.
Claims for by .. I j For Sheriff ]
compensation ; t. will -aledkidx
l5'-6xil-6 Florida open .
in 1926 and about 72 per fly: ("d) Anne C. Ixmicwurth.I I
those who felt the brunt of the I I for the following rt a l work: <' Clerk. RAFAEL H. FERRER For Judge Juvenile Court
cent had them in 1942.LEGALS. In Tavrrnier Subdivision and | j jI I
Hilary I' Albury.
war. often raue quesions puzzling Prrton'n Addition to Tavernierof I FRANK O. ROBERTS
Solicitor\ for Plaintiff. I (Known as Mr. Grass and Chicio) i iI
to the veteran. Answers to some T .rnl..r. Key Largo Flor- mar.4-JIapr.7-14.A.I$. i I
of the questions more frequently) I I I i'la.onstruet) fv> t in width, a road a di..tane.e..ra"Ir.'titnol..l siMrrn(1C !: For Sheriff j 1 For Justice of Peace

asked have been obtained from :- -K1TCbI- % 1.013: feet onFloridj I\ TUB 4-IH4TIT 4'Ol'HT: 0.' TIll I! First District
-- iALtI.5I0. rnu' IT .'0' V-T 0. Tin: ; Avenue TavernlrrStreet ',:....a: K\TII JIUICIAL. ,'.ur'IT ALTON GOEHRING N.
VA authorities and presented i i" TilE
are L 'IH.'I aT and <:e >reia \venue in OK TilE TTK OK .FMtllll. i' IRA F. ALBURY
) .I1'Ulrl'
in this column by The Key West i L I :I.ta Till;'TU"'T.'TI0..' ..onall'. said .sutstivlsl'.ns.. The construction IN ."'IIJ KOK MONHOK I'OtNTl.IN ("Dutch") 'I'

Citizen as a service to our veter- jsT j 4iiiiEjEJ : l\OK ."M, "'01& MOMIOK CO! 'TI" %'. consixts. of rorkine.rollin I (-4-IIAN4-KK.. For ReelectionI

ans. 11-:1": .. 1i4FREt" Additional! i ? and information"...rfa.nl.itb; nnrvrn-oil. P.HVKRT.Y 4-M i-frrnnsoN% 11-321 Mrnpnv. For Sheriff I

Q: I 'was told that my disa- i 1. FiNKiitTER.('ae 4' Ing proposed road inal l he ,,olitainei) Plaintiff.v i EVERETT R. RIVAS I Justice of Peace
_ Vialntif$. from the County Survt-yor. 5I'.nroet'nuntv IllsWNALI'P.tTRICK O.U'-K Fin District
bility. which I claim due to '
was j i IU\Oa&l"J: Court House& KejVesU 1 ) MI'nPIIY.: i
service cannot be service-con-1 v'- F. STERNESt Flori.la. I..r..n.lanl. For Sheriff I PAUL BOYSEN -
I PATRICIAFfXKUOtSEK. Kids to l e yul.rntttrd on the 'oRntIt..n.;: IM Itl."('\TIO\ I
art >
nected because I had it before 11 ,
I t ttD LOSU H.."','.._,._..u"' _..' lui!>iit .>f ,oM pr square yard andchail 1 TO: Donald Patrick :Murphy BERLIN A. SAWYERFor '
entered service. Am I eligible for I OIIIIKIt OK PVBMCATIOX be accompanied bv a. bid Itondor S4. S9t&Ua.Nain. Avenue. Re-election I'i For Justice of Peace "
Cashifr'or certified l check Alba...>. New York.
compensation Funkhouser. I
j _ _ T : Patricia t: tt'rn..r
| Chestnut Strt.-l. eouivalent to ten *;;-) |n-r cent You archereby required to appearto i I I Second DistrictMYRTLAND
A: If VA decides that %rVst .
your i .. for divor.ein
the Hill of Complaint
of the estimated total I t.
.-... co.
York .nl" ... Sheriff :
ailment was incurred in or agi i Pennsylvania. The work" fan not l.e "h-I'O" the above styled cause on or I CATES
gravated by your service in the j! You II In'r.ar.- licrrby riuir to appear ..ra.tfdlb. ; ut the County'" written fore the 2Sth. clay of April&, A. l>. JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD !I

armed forces you will be entitled J t.) UlOll. ".f ,O.mplalnl ra ...for- "n,rtivorr or 1.- mencedrithin consent" and thirty it must(3: 11' las he.m after - 1S4S. otheruUe will I l/e talsn the as aileKationvtherein confesswl.This . I For Justice of Peace i
style.1 "
to recieve compensation or pension AP WfewsfeaJures Ore in the the ab"2th" day nf April. ..50.. the letting! ..r the contract and Order is t.. IM- publish tn<-. For Clerk of Circuit Court I Second District
j with house floor plan-this design by the allfisationstherein (is to be completed within a rvasonahle week for four consecutive weeksIn .1'.1'a
if it exists to a corr.pensable A SMALL a 1945. otherwise p..nfw..ed. time Ihereaftrr.All The Key West Citizen a newapaper EARL R. ADAMSFor i ROYHAMLIN

degree.Q i Shaw &: Renneker. architects: for the Small Home Plan Service. Or will.l.r be is to takn be pultli"bf'd asThis once bids must l.e in the hands of published in the City of Key .

: I am a veteran of World Box 2S21:) Woodlawn Station. Birmingham 5. Ala.. offers an in- a week for four con.sMti weeks the P. :SI.County..n Tuesday.Clerk :Slay on or 4th.l.ef..r.7:3 1S4S. ::Ih \%'*Jt. Florida.lOINS AND. ORDERKD this 2!nd |I I Clerk of Circuit Court I! For Justice of Peace
Citizen a newspaper
War I and would like to know if I teresting layout Living room and porch are on the rear facinga in Thr published KvyVt in the City' of Key The Commission. reserves the day ..Starch: A. I). 191*. 'I FRANK BENTLEYFor i Second District
there is limit for filing a right to accept or reject; any and Rovs C. Sawyer I
any from both living room I
Access to the perch \ Florida.1M .
landscaped garden. Vest. Conrt.Monroe
(SEAL Oerk of the !
ORDERED this :ln l ail bi disa-
claim for compensation for 'XK ANI .
and kitchen facilitates: outdoor living.A I'. !545. vertisement.Key County Tax Assessor
Lay of :March (SAM)
bility caused by war service'A West. April 13th.IS4X. BKatbl..n: Nttage.Deputy I
my '. Florida I _ _ _
I center entrance halL seldom found in small homes is an- KIMSS ( Sawyrr.KIIAI. 'lerk. i CLAUDE A. GANDOLFOFor
: There is no time limit set (lerk! of the Cin-uit Court, '
( ) Constable
has win- Koss C Allan R. (Clear Jr. For
1 other feature of this plan. A well-lighted dinette a bay M.>nrfH Cnuntv. Florida. Sawyer.4lerk.
for filing claim for compensation Solicitor! for plaintiff. i
I the front A low roof pitch makes for economy in con By: (1 sd) Anne C. l.oigErth.1Puty of Commisionerfs.Monroe : ; County Commissioner I First District
under existing legislation bit delay dow on (' rk.s 'H-< mar.:4-:11apr.-14.\.0.nn.1 RAUL A. CARBONELL
beyond the first year after 1 struction. ( .ct) Allan K. C't are.S..lidl..r apr.H21IV County. Florida. First District .

discharge would preclude retroactive -i This house covers an area cf 983 square feet of which the for mar.S4-31 Plaintiff.:apr.-14.\.D.U48. IN:1.\TIlE i'Ii'ti JIUH'11. ..nu.I"' JOE ALLEN For ConstableFirst

payments to gate of discharge -I porch comprises 99 square feet A part basement of about 250 T....: r.HtT.T 4 01 HT OF THKKLKVKNTH IN ANIJ KOH MONUIIi: 4'UI 'ITSI! District

feet accommodate a gravity warm air heatinq plant I \OTICB TO CHBDITOH JIUICUl 'IRrt.IT IN 4-IIANfKHl. For County CommissionerFirst
can .. 11-331 CARL J. INGRAHAMFur
square !
I .,.,_ ...... 11. I20 op 'tIlE TITK 4ip FI.ORIII' lane
rr-Ioa' .
Q: I was practically .compelled and storage space. Suggested specifications;; include exterior I II IN U"1 Tan fill HT OK TIlE COt \TJIOCK. \ IN \'U F4IH 1IONHOK .'O"T:1' \'. RACHHl. R. 4'IIAXIUKK.Plaintiff.. DistrictJ.
before discharge IV <-H \'(''' \. i .
to sign a statement of fOtATl.KM
I walls of frame. brick veneer or concrete blocks: roof composition MOMtOK ('an e \.. llXOl'T ,'5. HiS 011(1: OTTO KIRCHHEINER
that my disability existed shingles; plastered interior walls and ceilings: hardwood; >ltll>\. I ofLYMAX> PKOBVTK. ,. STOLLKX\YEUCK:, IRVIN U. CIIAXPIER.Itefendant.. First District
i In re Estate .
prior to my enlistment. Will this I floors throughout except in bath and kitchen where pine' floors : BAKER o.-.a..ed.: V5. Plaintiff.UI4III4'KKLIZABGTH OHUKII 01" pt HI.ICATION For County CommissionerFirst HARRY._ H. JOHNSON

prevent my receiving compensatiohT ARSI.STROX: TO: Irvin I. Chandler.
are covered with linoleum. TOLL CREDITORS ASH PERSONS District For Constable
STCIM.EXWERCK 237* Savary Prive.
I -- --.- ,- ---- ,---, ---- IIAVINlt ESTATE TiVfendant.01IUr.lt : tharl..l..n.tt Virginia. W. C.SUGAR( ) SWEETINGFor First District
A: Any statement of this nature MASI.S AOAIXST SAIII : III.REB1lllJnnlo
"ntARI-: :
according to ihs Service- BIRTHDAYS TRAIN KILLS BRIDE Toil and each of you. are hereby OP PI'III.I.\TaU' ANT. ORPERKI. t" appear ao'-n.T.or" : C. FLONEY PELLICIERFor
-: j TODA Y'S II notfid: and requiretl to presentany ; TO: Elizabeth ArmstrongKtollenwerrk.
men's Readjustment Act (G. I. I claims or demands. which you. . file other pleadings to the Hill' County Commissioner
GRAND RAPIDS Mich. A nt Complaint f-.rliv"tee fileIagainst -
America have againstthe 4n South JliKblandv..n..e.
made at discharge : (Know ) or Hher of you. may R. Third DistrictCLARENCE Constable
Dim.! ) which you t bride of only one month, Mrj.I I estate of L>man liaker. deceased :Mrrnphis. Tennessee.You I )wu by KACIIKt
null and i Carl II- Gray Jr., Administra- to the County to CHANPLBI i" the alxe stiledcauxe First DistrictBENJAMIN
is considered j t late of said County are hereby required appear HIGGS
I kffairs.I f-- Leroy Hayes. 13,'of Byron Center, I Judge of Monroe County Florid I t,. the nill'"r Complaint for divorcein on or before the 2. lh day of I J. PIERCE"
connection of Veterans
void. Decision as to service I tor ; was killed when a freight train at bis office tn the court bouse ...r the above styled cause on .r 0"fore April. 1S III. ..therstte, the :allegations i
of the disability will be I Chicago and Northwestern R R. struck her husband's car. The ac- ,I said County at Key West.. .. the 33rd day of April. A. P. of said bill will .be order tak-t.-". beiMil Iaconfessed For County Commissioner (Bennie) .
Administration executive born in Wichita Karu., ,! within eight calendar uu. otherwise the allegatIonstherein by "'ft. This
made by Veterans ( i i cident occurred at a crossing :' the time of the first 'iuri.l'j w ill be taken as r..nfessrd.This I' >l
based on the service medical record -! 59 years ago. where only one train passes this notice.; Each rlaini or Order a iff, to be published. . onca .. I CITIZEN, a... ne ,*piiper: publishe.1.: WILLIAM G. CURRY For ConstableFirst
time ; and .shall statethe week for four 'OouU weeksin Monrve t Florida. District
evidence in file at the | Prof. Calvin B. Hoover of Duke Jail be in writing wefc.
rendered. and I noted economist bornat j daily. I place of residence and post office I The Key West Citizen a newspaper I..k fur four .nseMtie of :SJar'h, BERNARD H. WAITE
the decision is University, address of the claimant, and published ia the City of KeyWest. this 3*th day CommissionerFifth

sound and accepted medical principles -I' Berwick\ Ill. 51 years ago. {I born in Loul->vilc. K}., 61 years shall !>.. sworn to by the claimant Florida.IMINK 1141. SEAMKoss For County ---- ----- .
statement II his agent or his attvrae). ami anysieh ANt) OROERETt this 12nd tClRCl'IT Ort'UT District For Constable
excluding the Robert I. Randolph of Chicago I claim or demand not MI filed& day ..March: .*. !'. 143.ROM C Sawyer.4lerk Second District
made at time of discharge. noted consulting engineer, born ago.Dr.. Ralph; Arnold of San Marino shall) be void.sd C. Sawyer of the Circuit Court. HARRY L. HARRIS
FRANCES B. BAKER.As (SEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court. ly! : (wit KatbleeB Nottage.Deputy JOSE ESPINOSA
information ( )
65 .
Veterans wishing I there years ago. Cat, famed consulting geolo- administratrix: of tbEstate Monroe ,'..unty. Florida. Clert.P _
about veteran's benefits may Lee Tracy, screen star born in gist-engineer born at Marshall- of Lyman lla k.r. de Ily: Kathleen N..ttas >. ('ostas.Ian:: &: rToyJ.Attornejs For County CommissionerFifth For Constable -

have their questions answered by j Atlanta Ga., 50 years ago. town Iowa, 73 years ago. ceased.Allan Deputy CJeik.Cpd far Plaintiff, I District Second District
I Allan eon Hiscayne Kuildiog.
I Jr ) B-
R. (Clear
;. writing the nearest VA Regional j Emmet O'Neal, Ambassador to I Maj. Gen. Jay L. Benedict bornat /it.rner far administratrix. for Pia Intiff. I :Miami 32. n..rtd JOE JOHNSON CHARLES G. PAPY' .

Office.) - the Republic of the Phillipines:, Hastings Neb ., 6G years ago, mar.Uapr.1-U.UUS. rnar.4-3Lapr..14AD194i.; . f.Ii.&r.11;a.pr.1-1&-1.U .
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Stale Grants Request !1[KeyVcst Made\ I SgL Piiidcr, i iI i Sailors Turned Tiro Births lit! t\tNllvnllloslJilnl STASSEN(Continued OUT Frem IN Page FRONT One) Dewey pleated tt..eta.. try tie two oatt'.n dell-,;gd';. i.e;u,

Ite hew Yacht g' ernnr wits. tlU
([ ] Arthur for the rest aon- >
Center For Stale Key Wester. In | Over To US NavyThree nation.. very modi in the r..r*.

For Fill For I ; Senator Taft ....H that, n.oI-i .
Hospital A seven pound six ounce son; Further comment was that I

ti I I I I Merit\ System Tour Of Japan !!! sailors arrested bv state. was born in the U. S. Naval llos-' Stassen is undeubtetHy Ute "" .ally. the but ontcom.die predicted not tit.turtan. ; Cush."j.
after --1
,I .5. highway patrolmen they pital to Mrs. Jeannette Chisholm, ; ite in the Midwest. .
I HOSPITAL>It j be an entirely different < .ioiOnto =, \ ,In
MUNICIPAL .. ....... _. ledgedly drove a car stolen in wife of James M. Chisholm ,.
1' < prll I*The C If! ) .I..T.'U ) Dcwey's campaign manMf/er! \ en May 4 when SU- ,, n
GHOUNDS WILL BEHKAUTIFUL Council To 1 Meet.In I Il I TALLAHASSEE. April 14.-1;' WITH THE EIGHTH ARMYiIN j Key turned West over to to Tom's U. S.Harbor Navy auth-were AOMI,. VCN-2. NAS. Boca Chica. stated that, while he was not will onvaae. ., Taft. in his own -:dleq +
Ray- :
} i lie ha been named James ---- -- -- ----- ---- -- -
West OSAKA. --
Selection of Key as a center Japan, April 14.- orities for trial by courtmartialby ; --- -- -. .. -
AFTER 1 l Poinclana Pl. for merit- system cxaminatione Sergeant Alexander Finder, son! the county. mend nine son ---: :.- S- -:::
ounce I
A nine pound
for state positions to be conduct of Mrs. Drucilla Pinder, 106 ] They took a car owned by Doris Shipley.{
WORK IS DONEF. I I The regular meeting of the ed this spring, was announced by Olivia street. Key West, has recently : Comdr. George Whiting USN was wife born of to William M. Shipley I

i i i Monroe County Council of parents the Florida Merit System Office :returned from a 15day'reeve '! and will stand trial in the Submarine VY. l, Coca Chica. The: PEOPLE LOVE FAIRNESS
of the in Tallahassee . which he AMM1. = .
E. Baylk. chairman .. and teachers will be held today' spent at the Patterson" -,: Case. Mrs. Whiting said new arrival has ben named William ;
State Road Department has Examinations covering a largo: ..Club.; Ihuyama, Japan.Set. she called police and tried to lit.ALBURY I !
granted the county's. request for,,' in the Poinciana elementary number of positions i for. clerks, :: Pinder is a member of the notify the sheriffs office after Monroe EDWIN C. FRASER was a Senator to MM 1M! Session of \
to marl from the : school.l Wednesday, April 21, at3:00'p. stenographers; typists, arcoint'36th Medical Collecting Com-1 I her car" was stolen from Caroline
I permission<< use : the Legislature. He and aU other S-aalon and ell B.PKM.U- ,
SRD fill along the highway to :;: : m. ants statsticians and social work- pany, now stationed at Gilu, a' street Saturday night. i
,I and SON Sins Toted to increase the alary of Compeer J.M.. Win
fill up in front of the Municipal j i|i. Mrs. Robert Dopp. president. ers will be given Persons passing part'ot* the 23th'Infantry. Tropic Chief Deputy: Sheriff Moreno -
j the examinations will have Division; I appreciation of his faithful service of tx4a yn to the
Lightning ,
commanded wordof
Hospital grounds. Monroe County -,' urges all members to be present. Wallace says he NEON SERVICE I
I their names placed on an eligiblelist by Major General Charles L.': from state.
Commission; was advised last ,i i;I the auto theft police I t'
I night i 1 i from which all vacancies during 1 Mullins Jr. but he didn't have the license We Specialize in All pHO1E

; On suggestion of Commissioner / ; the next year will be. filled. ) Sgt.; Pinder is one of the many 'I number of the cat so he could Kinds of Neon Signs
i W. A. Parrish: thq? fill will be''j I!I The Wcalhcr I I Preference will be given to lo] servicemen in Japan who are taking notify state police. I and Lighting Stripping lei811Let 1 Mr. Lee then appeared to be 2n rofewct h<*Hu On a Seedy

done as soon sa possibly by Commissioner :; teal I residents in filling vacancies j advantage of the opportunity (I- - afternoon several months after UM L.gi faHir bad "iowMd,

Clarence Higgs chairman . : '. in the local county health unit to see: more of the count:y
of the.buildings and grounds : h FORECAST; employment service and district I at the same time get a well earned WOMENwho
committee. It is believed the (:o.t i 1! welfare board offices. rest ( l ,
Key West and Vicinity: Cloudy feel, 'You EDWIN C. '
of the work will be under $300.' !'; with showers: this afternoon and (t 1 Applications are now being accepted Us Help was nominated by MM Florid. State
Information that the SRI had by the merit system of- : Democratic: Executive Committee to serve. out Mr. Lev's eta.I .
tonight cloudy Thursday. Con- School 1'1',1To
; //ig/i NERVOUS
agreed to provide the fill was tinued warm. Moderate to fresh fice for these examinations, and : I expired terra as Comptroller. Fraser was etocted by a aw.ritr;

contained: in a telegram from J. winds this afternoon and tonight 'I information concerning: them >; Meet April 2() caused by functional 'nidifle-azel Plan Your FloorsFree of more than 130. ))90.: He got his Certificate .< EKetieB )but
be obtained at the local offices .
the r.iay i Caldwcll held
M. for Fraser
Watson. engineer mostly southerly becoming variable Do you differ from hot llaah_weak. I up canmiiiian oa the gr.rnd' frost his
Southern" District of the toad Thursday. of the county: health unit &.Irritable clammy feeling- Enlimatct Gitcn I election violated an articla: of tteI Coastita......
department. employment .eivicc and the dis-I' Tin regular meeting: of the Jr.- die to the functional "mlddJ -ag.:.' Asphalt Tile
I I I Florida: Showers and thunder- Clifton G. Bailey, the county'srnsiitccr. storms Tallahassee area today'' : .)?Then DO t.ryLydla E.Pinkbam .
was instructed to have I 1: and over extreme north portion, merit system office in Talla I' held Tuesday. April 20. at 3:00: Vegetable. Compound has to what relievo Doctors Curb. Cork Tile I FRASER is again appealing to fee pe pea of Florida to r.-.

the work go: forward as quickly tonight and Thursday otherwise J hassee. I II 'I' p. m. in the school auditorium. call.ympt.omall\a tomaclilc. tonic effect! Plastic: Floor' Tile 'I elect him as Comptroller this feme fur. a fuJI Ness, wherein. the
Chairman Frank j I Closing date for receipt of applications i The subject for the evenms'sjprogram Plwtic Wall Tile 1
aa possible by partly cloudy through Thursday. i!! is April 23. i will be "Requirements i! LYDIA E. PINKHAM'SSOUVENIRS aS I .BroadfeUs.CapeUo decision of the people can not be let aide bf aaybodT. A
licntley of the commission. ,
Continued friend of FRASER:
warm. says :
After the work is finished, East Gulf and Jacksonville I[ I|I for Graduation This; topic is to | Wool Rugs !
1 1 iCC* said he plans to have omeIru.'S the Florida fOl'CIIOIIOIST'I: : ; Ije handled by the teachers of the i :; .Ac">lIltic Ceilings
planted and the area Through : I I TO WEAR AT | High School. The discussions will j i; Hardwood Flooring :
| Fresh winds southeastei "Ilia Tinder
,I ly over rf'ffn iH list' Le.ie4ure
around the hospital otherwise 1 give the parents needed infm ma- "I Formisa for Sinks. :
RAl1VS'Il.lIHI :
beautified. The hospital now ob- !',I bouth portion and southerly' over I iI i tien about the school subjects. I PARTY FAVORSand I Counters. Tables Deinvnitniled hit .Utility tend lnlfrHy;! his
,I!i north portion through Thursday I I Raul's Club, next to the Airport { The report of the nominating Floor Sanding and
soured from Overseas: Highway except becoming moderate to BRIDGE cr /, ,r/fv fur Hani ami C.tmtcientiun* Work.
will lie plainly visible after the'1!.I announces qn the front page committee and the election of | Refinishing_
old railroad fill is moved to the ,, flesh variable over extreme north I,of today's Citizen, that Dr. Chester -1 officers will be made.I i PRIZE ITEMS Up is n FriinlMaliinx oriel a t'rientl'KFffHttgIHfin

tier pital grounds. j:1 I I Showers portion tonight and thunderstorms and Thursday.ex- !I Melville, a noted concholagis.' Refreshments will be erved. 't. Modern Floors & Tile ; lip Limgcr you kmnr li"h,. Rrltrr
I' I; will present a free lecture and and a dour prize will be &iven. in TOYS to
will he
The work ierforined | Everything .
| I! trcme north portion, otherwisepartly I pictures on the screen'about 9:30: I s-nn treelr'cf like hi", As l''ttert oj I''H,", 11"
will take about Make Kids !
by H bulldozer. It the Happyl
two da '' cloudy weather. tonight: of rm collection of rare :' There are moro than 300 h-Uri: J. L. CATES him Slate C,,,,i/,fro//iT."
tee' 't I,I Jacksonville to Apala .iik-vla. I shells, said to be one of the in Manhattan. 1 Flooring Contractor
.. No small craft or storm warnings finest in the United States. j I It" TROPICAL TRADER

Spring/ / Festival\ t\'1 I have been kasucd.; Dr. Melville has been cumin: I 718 Duval St. Phone 1000 1434 VIRGINIA PHONE 1599 STREET fI'iiu..1 A'., PlIoi f 'r i., Kr' w-.i tr...,.". ..r i- '

VTA Association; \: Report consecutive to Key West years.Ilu.tttu for. more than 25 .. "':> I II'0: , p .ti----- -- .i ..._ -- -:---C- -....._.,. .-...-.

1 Key West. Fla., April 11 11)18) --------- 4'" .v c;

In liuvivw; IV I'lrkAnne iOl-servati taken at City Office. F'INUS IT ,, Co3J c.aL
:; (Continued: r-yni I'uge(. One) '\
8:30: A.M.. EST) 6. e
Doushtry: has been: elertcil ;!|' Bentley. "If you have just the ..... .n ;.
queen of the Annual Spring; Temperaturehighest I I number on the front of the machines "\ v. .... tsQ"ct
Festival April 30. of the Jr.-Sr. yesterday 85'j the totals.. would be for a ""V /\.1> 4c afiti4 the KAISER and FRAZER have it !

High School P.-T. A. Charles Mean Lowest) last night 70 78, candidate" having another num- b\ \ :Oeter; \ ;.. Only

Walker was selected king. I. ber. 4ato -q. tVe "
The following attendants were Ncrmal 76 Also attending the meetingwere ; <\ b4a' {> q 9A"4e

elected: i Precipitation County Attorney Paul Saw- iO its +. cP I I0p i

Beverly Parker, Betty Cruick- Total last 24 hours .24 ins. yer and William V. Albury can- 5 1""
shank Betty Lord Leila Lynch, Total this month 4.46 ins. didate fpr delegate to the national TRUE ECONOMY-
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let>y Bell Cales, Betty Wecch I Excess this month 3.89 ins. Democratic convention, Everett: : ,

net' y MacDonald, .I e a nKnowles : Total this year 7.51 ins.In. Rivas., candidate 'for sheriff. ...
Patsy Mallory, Anne j Excess: this year 2.24 ins. Alton Goehnnsj candidatefor ': o. ': ,-._ ,
Sawyer Galey Sweeting. My it- Relative Humidityat sheriff.
land Gates J, Hilburn Roberts.I I 8:30 A.M. "
j Robert Parks Hubert Martinez I 90', with Your Kind of Driving

Marvin Boza, Edward Slccn. I BarometerS I Roberts OFFICE

Louis Pineda Lee' Creel Jack I Level) 8:30 A.M. SUPPLIES .

Smith. Crown Barars, Nancy I 30.19 inj.-1022.4 mbj.i US Dural Street 'Pbon.2SC .... 1 .-
Jones HJggs and Ray Huddleslon.i Tomorrow's Almanac I.1-1 : =" fi. .!Iff
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The king and queen are from i Sunrise 6:00 '
: a.m.i ''' "
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We Are Accepting "Of3er for .: '
the senior class, and the attendants ;
i Sunset 6:43: : p.m. jf'd .:,;:
were elected) from the 10th Moonrise 10:45 a.m. GRADUATION DELIVERY for _; .
11th and 12th grades. ROYAL PORTABLETYPEWRITERS t .
I Moonset 00:03 p.m. -' 'J .
The program committee comprises I 9 tullettrsetur'red ;'

Mrs. Myrtland Cates,I I Ii = o:. beiie,"etha In from a J..._", Mph .,' I
chairman; Mws; Mary Trevor, M brilliant Peorea ofo foci !and elite : erent
180_ "
Tomorrow When Orders placed will
are we
school librarian; Miss Williams i ti fag rfurrnaaPeration oboe ".
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the school art director, and Mr. I I (Naval -Base guarantee delivery for Ba'fort. it iII"e and rid, p'llada ismuRh !J--
Dillon, band master.IJostlJUlle I (J-td tern Standard. Time) Graduation Day J9llJilea : no "' : toaraRed Z6Y Prayer" r
Petgallon.'f fiaheRalion ,
i High Low r'" I pare ..
diow. ereY dllferent
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2:40: a.m. C:23: a.m. A "*.a lied
Concert I 1:19 9:21 -, a car got makes of .
p.m. p.m. -. but
STRAND THEATRE { + tl"h4Ph ?'Fraser e'r.'"... ecOI1VOllcal. "

In lluyviciv Pork i ADDITIONAL-TIDE DATA Air-Conditioned I could hat is the ________ ,4
I Price Ecu bOURhtatt car __
Reference Station: Key West ., 011
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As result of thfc heavy rain I Time off j Height of Now Showing ri v IY tor'aance able are# and tier. tri P a 4-da}' 1111. .,
ua .
this morning the Douglass School StationTid. water "THE FOXES OF HARROW"Rex r Ret 19 liev.p't' : und mile _
[high averaged \
I Choral Club, whi h was to have Bahia Honda Harrison.Maurine O'Hara < ., gallon "' :fnleg: err the hallo 187j.a n' 'ehiRaIl' .'Sj ie:
lip to 70h gPeeda ec.-ollolh n . "Des 10 e J"') )
given a concert tonight at B: y-j our
10m hose cal
(bridgeOh 0.0 ft. 4'h -_ ai.p.h." Perforrns to _/
\ view Park has been postponed Starting Thursday y; k flera''seri
: 6.
i No Name Key FOR WINDOW NOOKS! 1 \ -" ,
1Ifiy. :
fur one week. it was announced I (cast: end) _ .+2b 20mi "DAISY KENYON" t '*es p4dret'f. .ally.' .... t.
today by Paul Albury, city recreation i Boca Chica Joan Crawford-Dana Andrew .Venetian blinds accentuate the I''
ol window treat- A:J 1
director. beauty your '
(Sandy Point)-Oh 40ui '
I Caldes snent . eliminate undesirable
SPECIAL: LICENSES : (north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ftoOo MONROE THEATRENow views.Insure privacy...diifusatight..and . \ /;:'-
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Showing (
(Continued From Pace One) : regulate; t ventilation. ilL AdJfUfJrlIY' .. ::.
licenses could be'legally imposed. NOTE: ,1K ' ; ... b M. 'I .

." said Manager Renshaw. (-)-Minus sign: Correction Cast -KEY WEST- (" stEtClI'" I'f
"In view of the widespread intI I to be subtracted. H t

I prcMion of Key Wes mcich: nU-I (-r)-Plus sign: Correction. lube Starting' Thursday VENETIAN BLIND COM PAN' ).

1 that such licenses were requiredat \ added. 'JEWELS of BRANDENBURG'. 123 DUVAL STREET I
Miami Beach to firms onerat I (h-Hour.) Richard Trnis.ano:\ CALL 1O12< for Estimates No matter what speeds they drive or roads they travel .

ing from Miami i the. matter was i (m)-Minute. Michcline Cheirel .
investigated, said one city of ii- ii i (ft.)-Feet. ' -i-:; : :' .4 '
cial today. "We found the impression I __ Gasoline Bills are Lower in a KAISER or a FRAZERHow
nr local merchants W ." i

......................a* I I SPEEDY SURE f R many more miles per gallon will you get from Top Economy for '48!-others claim it-Kaiser-

I !v 1 ''::1 l i your 1948 Kaiser or Frazer? There is only one Frazer delivers it! Among 1948 full-sized American
-BICYCLESRepaired i .: s .. honest answer. Mileage! varies with the speed you motor cars, only the Kaiser and the Frazer have

I INDIGESTIONGARDNER'S drive over the roads you travel. I It may be anything highest compression engines as standard equip-
and Rented
\ up to 26 or more miles per gallon. Thousands of ment. That alone means less waste and more

Also in Stock-NEW i c Ci lh r ko9 K-F owners verify this. Yet in each case they wallop in every drop of I gasoline you buy. You get

BICYCLES TRICYCIJO; : .i t si report many more miles per gallon from their new power and a combination of top performanceKaiser

WAGONS SCOOTEUS or Frazcr,thanrotn, car they drove before. with top economy that is brand new to motoring.

SKATES ,. ,;L:.T" VII'; find properly'pro. . .. Four 1948 models now on display-of no increase in price! See them! You'll insist we let you drive one!

Overseas PHARMACY a ii
Cyde Store portioned clothes and. access
1114 Division St., at Varcla'I ,I .
110 DlTUian SU ff
Phone 1381 .
..... ...... .... 'hon 177 Free Delivery j I tortes in Sears Midsvascn e
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I Spring look.There's specialaction A
.: : ; a1NUiNtAC10RT PARTS. VYKE1IVin -
a.. k -A t: ., jl YOU GO. ONI Of THI
IN MIAMI\ \ at POPULAR PRICES .' of apparel for :: .ra 4 LARGEST AUrOMOVLf DEALER

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Located in the Heart ot the City N ; -

nEA RATES TROOMS: ] WRITE or WIRE i Tall or Large

BATH and TELEPHONE Men and Women .

Ford I EASTERN AUTO & HOME SUPPLY, Inc.-1101-1103 Division St.-Phone 418-Key WestE.

Pershing,-. MillerHotel \ thme mH Phone E. Price Motors, Dist. V-M MotorsVhiddcn Motor Sales, Inc. Gautier .Motor Salca

Hold I 173S S.W. Slh SU Kiami. Fla.Lowry' Hollywood. Fla. Coral Gables. Fla. Homestead. Fla.

(0 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st AT*. Hold (rllK t HOEBUCK. ANI> CO, ,
229 NE. I Motor Sales Faircloth Motor Sales Inc. Wallace Motors Inc. Sugarland
80 Rooms 100 Rooms 1st Are. I L JUIIlJ ,..... Motors
ElevatorSolarium Elevator 80 Rooms Miami Beach. Fla. Delray Beach. Fla. West Palm Beach. Fla. Clowiston. Fla.
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Heated Elevator 'CORNER of SIMONTON Garrison Motor: Sales, Inc. Tropical Motor Car Co., Inc.

3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION t and FLEMING STREETS Phone 1560{' Fort Myers. Fla. Fort Lauderdale Fla.

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