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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN THE U.S.A. '


VOL. L.XIL-r\o. 01 KEY WEST FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 15, 1948 PRICE WE. ..M j f
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I President Stands Abu Sliriiie Club of West Palm Beach Coming High Dignitaries f





By Forrestal In I -i-i;; :


Matter ar f."Y t Of Shriners WillArriveTomorrow ij


.. Airforce



J.T (U IAN DECLARES 55
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MAKE .EXCELLENT *ILLUSTRIOUS 11JTKK.


BALANCE OF FORCES New Submarine TATE HARRY V. .:) .
Equipment i
I In' TN -I.I..I" Pre.sl
WASHINGTON April 15.- RIGHT OK MAIII TKM.PLE i.

j Presidnet Truman today, at hU smot. s-
I press conference took Airforce Now Being Tested In Key AN ARRIVALHigh

Secretary Simonton to task:; for dfcjmtertrs" ml hM Tempi -

I his testimony before a congressional West Area Rotarians Told I Of tM SfcriMOT .. testlt

committee, advocating the : arriving Mr tonrnwim tysrrtstg j
organization of 70 airforce *, i in prep nMra tier the tattleaar.i.

| groups. ial Saturday atfanMM when
.LIEUT. CUMDIC. JAMES* ----- 1
t Director of Defense Forrestal about 50 ianaitiated. -

I had testified in favor of 55:>> I IIINGSOP: > USN, ur.:.I FOR GOVERNOR I Ir into the .rfMMM4am. t
I I groups, and President Truman ,t i Among there arrivM the i
said that number first airplane ..... KMa tomorrow
j was in keeping ,' LIVERS'TU.IUElORE| M -
with a balanced striking. force ofI t\ .. ti. i.memin are Mr. art
I I the armed services. s1. a. nr ; .'o'a, a ,. Mrs. Robert .(;. B-*H a.1 Mi. .
I Truman indicated that Simon- : z - '? ;I nOTARY CLUB. | and Mr*. ita M mm/. I*..**

1 ton was speaking out of turn. it x A3'e a t ; In the Key west aica new I II is recorder of M M ?....lt and
The President explained that the .+" a t : : f' . I Muiloy is c* ainMii mt the Crippled '
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I secretaries all L equipment and developments for | ChiI ... .l ,
: of armed services "B at eawin.it
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SHANDS =MI; {"t;: .L. v..._. . . ... . .. ,.
W. A. (Bill) had agreed with Forrcstal's rec- ._... _L "' ''" '" I the submarine fleet are being tee.

I oininendationj! of a 55-group: air- ABu DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS, pictured abort will be one of the Shrine units in the parade worked out, LL Comdr. James A. j jj i Those arriving here tawtriuw t

W. Sliands fuicr. I to the ceremonial Saturday of Mahi Temple. The parade starts promptly at 2 p-m. >t DuvaJ and 'j Hingion, USN. declared this nxm': afternoon. a4w by paa* frum ...
( The question I I Miami IMiatliiv. .. fMrnUU'
I Ilhe concerning all r ,Whiteheai .will/proceed in Duval street to Division street. to White street t?: High SchooL J before the Key West::; Rotary Club .and are
i services the President Harry V. EbeIt and| Mr
had been into in said I I. __ -. _ _' _. ,_ . _ _______._ ,. to its luncheon In SL Paul' Par- Ebright Chink -.RbbMi .It,..t..
For Governor cone great - -- '- - :
:i" tail and the agreement I .: I fell l Hall. !i!, art C Blakely and M..... lllalu''h.

I 1 balances the forces in the de'l United: Jewish Appeal Jews Hem In ""There are two or three classifications ; Assistant Rabban San lV i. and
Here
Visiting possible manner. I i into which submarines 'Mrs. Darts; Hith Priest aril; <

I I However( a house committee Arabs r will fall, deviated Comdr. lling- Prophet Rutirti rtemten and. M
that is considering Ihe armed I FightingIn Houston, Orient! Gw fe K. I II h
Ulilb. candidate I I( t sun. "I will mention <
W A. Shaitd only two
services, said through a fpokcs- : : Seeks $5,500 In Cit three Baldwin and Mrs. Saldwm..mi
t iu war with Russia C. Nerraar- tjuvrd
: ] Palestine( anti-submarine ubmariQef' ..." j jI ; DAN ) RTY I
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in tin 1)ro..I" > *e'Mi ; lu be inevitable I i B. Sch_ ...
< J ;rjin-iry on | the sentiment ; I Then he told of being aboard''; August I< ri
May 4. visiting': i in i Ky Wret; i i j abong c nimittee members NA rIONAIr OUUTA, l OF!; IB. T*_ .'...*H4 Pr ..> a sub during the war with Japan. leader of the Cincnn. Sym ,
favors an airforce of 70 I CAIRO. Egypt April li: Arab( Dan "I"II I I phony Qreh htr dtnmtm <>r .
t hrlo4.alf. of hU caiKlklacy.havr j groups.fAllaii ; ; rME BiiS)7) :D SOUTH He said thf vessel I he was on lcCarty."I Ii ;
3 Itq$.tt. lirvti current all I I $.=>>0,000) MUST K11A1SE1) leaders in this city who are directing -' wiped out three of four Japanese UvMaM Band willie fruv 1 .

i.\er the Utr that Air., 'Mtaiidsfetm !Hampton i! the warfarp of their race I subs in a very ie-tricted zuue of Explains Stand I anther fee Mafc-ian., "!.
{ : TO M E ti T : operations. I I of Mir Afcy" Vnm awl

fovuruf aalr> tax 'In'dis t ;w.*. -- .' '.- -,-**-?*,in _i'alesline ,said ndajr/lhat.! a,.., 4Ke'Wethi3'.t'LtYuig: ..it .Vtt,... vlil t V --t
eu-tnc tlMtt rumor, I be told J The i TVfiiibunccs( TVr i iI i KMKRCKKC1KS: ; : forte of 12.000 Jt'wY1t7.rao;iinpoilant t part' in the develop- T% 'For 'Governor rtOCk. rtseif.M 'Is. [ .
i and the trade -'ti j
l'tliren: I I I lQlil1g"nb surnnindXl in the' ment of the submarine."" couI y pre

That Himit U wli. .,lly" fa lie.Mm. School] Board Saul Rubin, national field northern section of that country.I tinueci) Comdr. Hing on. "The ;:i Dan McCarty of Fort Pierce. .. ,
representative of the United Jewish Arab forces: had gained tare: weather heir is ideal and units ataeh ed fc> M <
everything j i'
:Simi( : ugarl.r.. : t4 the +si s candidate i for governor announced .
uq 4. the
LaWrrHji
Fort t
i p"S'tions.' !but had are
will be been possible
I II Appeal' the principal drivtrtfrom ii being done by j t tI .
( fr-Hilul nf tlir |
tcccplionsthat
his candidacy today to the voters Shrine Club. Key Weal Shrn.
Allan. L them. In Capt Saunders
i HampUou trying to lo the
have Irf-m fclvm ell over assistant speaker at a dinner at 6:30: p. m. cjcapefarthrr ; I keep cr- ]! :
mo manager dt the Key West Gas, they Icdined the Jaws 1 vice here. j I of Key West and the Key; Club Hollywood Shrine Cfeb .rvi'
Kkn Mia in the .iiilerwts. t>( rntlktoty. i -c Sunday in a local re.taur.ntwhcJ1' ; '
my the patrol of Abu Shrme Cluu
Company, ttnlay makes his formal had them hmmrd in. j "The Captain brought sor.ic of jj j Papers throughout the state
have reread I lie rejiort I cffoils ti raw; this city's of West Palm Snack
announcement in The Citizen for Hurried calls: were sent to Jaffa j the leading men down here to'' both vi the large and :small counties -
lit*! I 'gay,," Mk Ux shame of the Appeal I of $5.509: will Enrique EcquintMo. ftmttrii'. :
in Palestine personally view have endorsed the
. member of the school board sect and to Arab .leadersin : what was being ] : thirtyix -
'I. am u..lt..y as.m':: a i be made.At of the Weal Shrine flu> ,
Key
t iid district (fat large). I Ii I I this city for rcinforcemenli.' J J done with submarines in this ;i;; year old citrus grower farmer -
KaliUx her kind of .
sir any i new the urgent retfuoit of Henry area/' said today that aU iittmtfn wading '
I The Arabs and cattleman for the office<
tx in the tatr of rl Morganlhau.; Jr.. former Secretary I to attend the bxfimutm
I their j Comdr. llingjxm aloe of : Among these arc
traced
hold been governor.
urn kilted a
has been X14e and
toil active in
th civic
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flunk the of phiL date ] .
iicnpto art i
the U the
of Treasury; who gen- eluding ceetneni.I Svturdav
history of the submarine. the Tribune, the Braden-
1 life of the !i an undetermined number wounded. j Tampa
yinsiiuCfmrnt taxes now and ( community having I A eral chairman of the United Jew- -I I Edwin Trevor president; of the ton Herald the Sanford Herald I night would have to register !.,-
I served" a tI
llHtl. i ir any new loses arc proliriMiL. as president of the Key .c ish Appeal for extraordinary ac- i to tween 9) and 11 a. .... th.t day
Rotary Club told of the Polk Democrat
': i it "4 ..uM' bf left rntirrlyt :',West !ions; Club chaitman of] tion to speed lh- flow of c<>.;li- to (The Jewish agency in Jerusalem tend the district plans to at- but County few. at the Casa Marina ...*...
conference of
th., t.. wirthrr ..r not the liiral chapter of the American asked::; if it would observe a I name a
n NIV area> where critical emergenciesexist businesses The banquet will ft tender.
Rotary Internaitonal In of caring for his '
West spite
Red Cross and 1 1I 1i 1t truce, as is being advocated at at J
th>y' want additional taxation as scoutmaster 4 the local committee imme- Palm Beach McCarty hay way at 7:30 p. m: to C.-. M. "'- -
Itl" rod kit t.. i of a Buy Scout troop and as a I It the UN conference in Lake Success. beginning on Sun- successfully .
any man or group I diately arranged for the campaign : day. still found time to devo "-. lfoti- Th"n->! .' ", ." .
t4 ww in ,kvfe< fur them." t M.bfllltstf'r. I dinner Sunday. N. Y.. replied that the Arabs t-a state'throu ceded by a band canewi br..i-
Among Uiose going with him his life furthering the j
Mi StMiMks ara IK- ha aniHKiiirm With the exp<'";ii..n .>f the It the -ntie (la had begun t> fire on Jews and j t ..
I i it hoped : q|1'1'> I to West Palm Beach : j h public office. lIe servedin ing at 6:45: p. m. by M Tempi
Capt.
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urtvritl' 'unfit in The* Cit. f instruction (this I t that: when the Arabs stopped
IVwrxl > Public
m an ( k11 will be :raised and l the Key West i Band under the lfa*.=hyr of
Carl the Representative
Milton B. Moreno legislature as |
..,. the toil-al i firing the Jews would fir I' Curry and j
wiH > rak over ; year by an act of the legislature. fund oversubscribed, it was: reported cease I Judge Aquilino] Lopez Jr., sccre- from' St. Lucie county in the J Schaefer.
radix tHMcM l rginninc& at 8:15o'ritvk. : Mr. H( mpton saw an opportunity! by leadeiof the focal ing.) lary and presidenl-elcct of the j in.17-39-41 sessions of the legisla-I Following the banfrnt at t

for sorvir* and feels l that he is I drive. club. Judge Lopez docs not a-i!i lure. During this time he introduced p. m. there wiN be a Chaste:
1 ; --- well qualified to servo as a CAP tvlrephotvnLIEUT. The committee in charge of arrangements Elks May :saint; the presidency until June -. j, bills for the driver's liIcensc 'concert in the buMtaum ..< the -.
Leu vis SentenceDeferred member of this body. I I ) for the dinner ;end RequestUse : i I the highway patrol and hotel
I "When considers that the fund raising campaign consists t
one twq- i GOV. ARTHUR W. the removal of livestock from I :
j thirds of the total 1 millagc collected of Joe Pearlman Charles Of Base Sees Good
: Navy Dopp It this
r 1 COOLIDGE (above) of Massachusetts Aronovitz Dr. Herman M.orc : ; the Inch ways. was during Edwin C. Fraser
} Until by the county is diverted : period that he joined forces with ,
to *'rhr WcinUaub. other against: the sales I tax which I
greatest of care should betaken : of trying to steal NewEngland's Abe Wolkoff. Hester StutHy /. Buildings ShortlyAn I Future[ In (Other) ( I i it vested interests: : tried to ram }For Comptroller
A. M.
I i Monday) ( in selecting the board" Mr. textile industry forth Altman Emma Wolkoff, through the 1939 session.,, At the ,
I Hampton stated. "In this re- : Adela Kantor. Jennie Appehouth' appeal may be made to the t! Fields Of Work 1911: session:: he was paid the singular -
; .... tk. ,.-....d ....-. *nect I feel I that my many years south. In a speech to the Rubin Appclt Halbert Lewinskyand Key West Naval Base for some : honor: of being elected Comes To TOKII
WAMItlNfiTUN. April IS.-IXv fOr busin--s* cxperienct gives me Chamber of Commerce at Law Rabbi Abraham &'hwaa tz.I housing units to handle the large I r Speaker of the !House at the ag'
. > 4 of I I.n background, to rend "All of the people who are in Robert If. Dopp. who rc.icncdrecently : I of 2:). the in Florida's .... .,
M4% M) I+Mr -r 4 rnntnr} aflcquatc rence. Mass he said New England I influx of visitors. expected: herr- ,vkr youngest Edwin G ;4. Fra. '
Public St' Din--
I. tlgaatt.l J..hn I. I...." wasmorning 'r service to the people" of this sympathy with the cause and: April 24-23 to attend the annual as i history. I date for the Dnwm-rmltr H>mnntkm ,
mills will become "hol tor to take effect issu&
I wish to contribute arc kindly ask-: today : j
.10... '4 lull Murr4ay tit- county. convention of the Florida Stare : Dan McCarty i is: 36 year old. I for state cume.iter.' .o, "
the
.. educational low shells" if the "kidnapers" cd to mail or to bring. their contributions : following statfnent: today the father of two children a veteran .
Kr FMrrd Judge. T. Allan Keeping; the ctninty's; ; Elks Association I to arriveK. y WfIt.& .t
L. .... . with I to me at 520 Duval i "to :itiify those prisons who nviy of 34 months in World War ,
m O'clock thto ftTMMM.
< TCVMiv W M 1t facilities on a par are successfuL: I In making this known today, A1 be interested and to !
-imi rl.. f.v IN? >g vrrnircntvtn three: throughout the country street, or to'dl'Furniture Hy Altman care of i Mills said that many rooms in misunderslandins which prevent any j II. He was awarded the Legion As anoouoead ....,. m .nvertiseffleAt .
: the Ma'\ Company may I
Ihr that t bad been wilt Ix prime concern if i of Merit. Bronze slar. Purple IH The CMiarti. .
pasta ? my the city have been reserved for arise from resignation
Joe Pearlman today. :
.1....*1. t.f la* witnraMV for thetfetfertxl elected to this office. In carry- Candidates To said the convention but there arc still I "The decision my to icsign from'I I Heart and the French Croix de will speak over th* ideal. > "

.p. ....ue.11/M. .M14 that ins out my duties. I will ever some to be had in certain sections; the above position is based Guerre.. He has served at President tonight from 7:1: $ .. ?:. II' I,pin
... hurl| rtwrly. vi-4-lcd the the suggestions and criticisms cn-I i f Rotary the Senior Chamber behalf of hue rtmttmnj
I.- welcome Meet\ Life where they intend to charge the tirely upon the conviction .
aarlre .. ut Hr the court of parents and citizens anr? TodayCircuit Asbestos Siding j visitors full winter rates there U a better future. for of Commerce the Junior Today's Limp will be ta. Joe .f
!..... r **4 ata Uwyrrm in court will encourage&: their .ttlIhtn cat Mills who, heads the hospitality self and family in fields other myI I!! Chamber of Commerce, and i isa time Mr. Framer .has ..*. in K-
I.,. ,* )" ..*.. Mt them had any. board mectinss.: Court Clerk Russ; C. committee of the Elks Lodge than Municipal employment.: 'j member of the Voluntary Firemen West since: he starlet to "-

i...!.. !.> ,..Y. M.l all he wit wa. Sawyer said today that there Shingles here, said that he had obtainedan "I have enjoyed the full r.w.ppration ;; of Fort, Pierce.member' lie of u the anEpiscupah..n. paign for c.m 4iu. >hi !KI .
""'IH g.", mwrtit ha tailed. to would be this afternoon asreemcnt from the Key West and understanding "f 'mrj!I a his previous vmmt he vuufctil ii.t
Small I Fire a meeting; drunk Ltiinhrr Parr (Continued On Page Five) residents of Key West aryl i
I I' .t t.wPALACE i I Hotel and t Restaurant; Association present City administration and i
of all county candidates: in making mid
his re ; on UM 1. i I'
- ii to come down on their rates during feel that the City is fortunate j
the forthcoming general primary i _. __ ..... he will make persaM ("I fILe<
At 2:15: a.tnL hod. ). city fir' : i i the convention. in having: men of their ability devote : .r. ( Garage 9." .
THEATER men were called to Cath *rin-" air "lection to discuss the possibility Low Weekly Summer Rates I j "But some of them have taken time and effort into' bettri- TWINS GARAGE with as many nm&emM mt b"I r
am plea "d to west the
;op1G"
Sinx>nton litrt'Cts."h rt! th" 'jf acquiring sample ballots of their lodgings; off the listsaid ling; our City Government. With ;, .
Dn I""t Barry and found a table I in an abanlone'hr.we . :tlic absentee: ballots. The incct- Now in effectFine j Mills "They apparently are going the wholehcaited support ..r the: i 1120 Ural Jilret PkB 1MI he said when tart. bet .'

Lvea McrrickVMHS. on firr. They put it o-i' in; will b? held in the clerk's for IS'atv Personnel to charge full rates. Wt'don't people of this comutnmlv om! Auto Repairs, Painting, I think thewshaiM knowledge. .br. afirst '.

"JFSSI: .: J J n.- and then looked around tI -. i iI II office.{ Opp, Bus,i want that< to happen for ii present admits ti'in in <" | Body and' Fender WorkKrmmlmf possible hand, of the who hm'
mea i-I'
NEWS and SHORTS I !M W it sUtrtcd. They could fin The candidates will be provW- CENTRAL HOTEL Station } would give Key West a bad complish "much S"od in th- imning '. < < A.l. Part. r.r All Car for public office." <
nothing. "'d d an opportunity of getting the name." year. .
ample ballots from Miami -- -- - ;
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.3 they will need about 5.000of IIEARU IIKAK!! WHAT DoYouKnowAWvt
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; Those them.. "unable tf, attend the FRED: ) 0. !t Masonic\ NoticeAll Hear! lIellrlear! STATE TAXATION) ?

m"etinr may get in touch with members of Dade Lodge EDWIN G.JEd( )
Alton "Dutch" Goehring the clerk's office. They may not EBERHARDTCANDIDATE No. 14 F. & A. M. are summon

be too late to order the samples. ed to a special communicationat FRASER ; BillIRSHANDS
Cuiiiliilntr: fur S1IEH1FFOVER FOR SHERIFF 7:30 P.M. Friday. April 16. i W. A. ( )
mMmmm PHONE Mmmmmm Ji cussIncendiary: 1948. Work in the Fellow Craft CANDIDATE FOR i
degree. Sojourners and visiting STATE COMPTROLLER
WKWF TICKET OFFICE Fires Oter
Brethren cordially invited.
Speaks Tonight at.;. f
Over WKWF
ALL AIRLINES I By order ofFRANK 1 WKWFLSTONIGHT

Tomorrow) ) ) FRIDAY, at t 6:15: P.M.
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LITTLE FAVORS see eseee.ee.e..e.....r the anti-black market squad took .1 WILL ratSWflJJ?
Black Market\ Beef "
litest CTituamf ,,
tfu 3Kcij "
,?.,. strong measures to force them VesFlnDays ,
..UI. *4 U.ny Except Sunday. by Radio Prorams : . .out. Under the mattresses and in Key No Friend
.. P. AalTMA Ow er end I.MUB.** Little favors in life add up to big i dividends PENAFIELD, PortugaL--(AP). ''the pillows were bidden Jegtofbeef

AON..4* 0. A.TMA%. Bawls*** li..agermoat ..................... 'I .
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The Cltl.. Bulldlnef in one's standing in a community.It Curious when the family of a and shoulders of mutton : Gone By ,.. ... the .rNgr

..r..r Or...... and An* Strata sadIat.r.d is to do a'kindly act'asa man suspected of illicit slaughtering cutlets and.\steaks. Even the. cirri .. .... .. 14 s.d etltk

(Mir sally N)1 w_i...apr. eo..t in y.7. Wst just as easy resentment Daytime Summary : of cattle refused to rise from ![ grandfather clock was full of AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF pialir.s, 166t bikr. .. ealrh
harsh one. The latter whips up Select hued their beck; when the police called meat. .....
a* anew ir kedt
W.... Florida. M second logo matte .....ea.aretnau. the line Me . ,. .,,...,.-- ---. THE CITIZEN OF it. As be tl+ .
at Key whereas an act of kindness gains!! the are day '.r..," "rib at ,. see Time I* easier** -vp.rIww.wnrw-- -- --- -..-.--...-..-..--...-.-..--.....-.....-.....-.....-.......-..... ..-..... -.....-.....-.....wwwwr. . I'- APRIL, IS. 1338 ;; mappiai. W ..... M 11Mwalsil
MRMslKM OF THC AMOTIATRn PRESS laniard. Fei central taaa'ar .b- I ......... Pl.tut16+: ?Ma86 Me
one's fellowmen.The
Tk>. Jlanrln' fTra la exclmslrely entitled to goodwill of tract see beat; ,.. ......1. .Ua4.art ; IIIU1JIIIIt1M1In I"" ;t ".
.( all news dispatches credited ,.. ...... AnnouncementsDEMOCRATIC
a>* far r.prad.etles> Tues- Political
.. It K .... ........1_ credited In this paper, and Citizen published a story ; The Key West Hospitality i j i U'aia011. .. ..Rw tlwa6 .... 6epy. -
.la* IM l.*a.l ..... ..kit*bed .fcer*. day about acts of courtesy that were not Band provided the music at tttepolitical ': 011.v..t *.. I Mwrr SB* Ie
RATES APRIL 12 THRU APRIL 16 PRIMARY 4 1918 rally held last nightBayview to'! . ." .
MAY .
tsroimox_ 16.60 forgotten. What was true in that case is j= .. uit tMlfV .
= Park. Practically
1s. Y.*r ?- =: Morning6:00foneytoon .. .. ....... ..... .....A ;
H,.. Me-aitha =, =, 1.40 kind. Conversely .A. .A ;
in all others of that 'JdAnJ'De
true in
1k>r.. Moaitka _.......--.---_.-... . *.isVs. : In N. Y.-nbe candidates for office i Oil .. ,a vRd Ml PbRt i.vattia .
aiI" 1." a never forgets a rebuff. Breakfast Club abe ; For Governor For County Commissioner county spoke at the meeting.
TH.T"! person : M ias."NY .
\ '..aly .TT".. %5 t:15-Oklahoma Rnundiip- De I' t
Consider the many acts of courtesy Ozark Valley Folk*-fnMU.OO COLIN ENGLISH 1 Fifth District I John supervisor of ,-
England,
ADVERTISING! RATES! -Fred Waring ShowcbeMusic KEY *
Mad Kn wn o. ApplicationAlVredtnr that the Key West Chamber of Commerce for Tbs EDNEY PARKERFor registration, said today that fewer ; 0 EST OF WHT
Uy Story Drama-aba For Governor for the : (silt Dawn*. Whil It)
registered
SPECIAL 1'IOTIC the winter. The voters are .
performedduring many 4451 I 1Begktnleq
10:30 Hour of Bertals nbe
oUces ra-rds of thanka. resolutions DAN McCARTY County Commissioner primary this year than the
.f ,..,...f. ofcltuarr not!**.*, poems etc. will be hundreds of visitors for whom the chamber say Half It Boar With of Music Serials-mbs- ba Fifth District ber that qualified in 1836. hum-I'
charred for .t the rate of rent a lloe.So4lra '-.1'1111;
for entertainment by churches from which provided free entertainment left Key West 110<>-Arthur God"',, Show-rt> W. A. PARRISHFor :
For Governor
a r.*..u. la t. be derived are & cents M line. Breakfast In Hollywood- bc Thirty-four Rotarians and Tiff '
The Cltlaaa I* an open forum and Invites .aVra of tenure and subjects of local l tary Anna from Homestead today
) public or SuperintendentPublic
envral Interval. but It. .will not publish. a.noDjrmoua the city. You may be sure that those 11:45-Serials 3V bra.- ba I (BILL) 1I Instruction attended the luncheon of the AP N wsfa>*twS Swil Stary

ewsw..Nwtloaa.IMPROVEMENTS thoughts have been expressed and will Afternoon Key West Rotary Club. '

continue to be expressed by the visitors in 13: Welcome Kate Smith TranIbe Speaks-mb. I For State Comptroller WILLARD M. ALBURYFor HAUNTED 1
of measlesin
FOR KEY WEST I U30: .-Words cod Uusie-abe EDWIN G. FRASER I There are few cases
their home town.Courtesy Dally Band Concerts-inbe I Superintendent Key West Dr. John H. Parra-
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN i HOLIDAY
pays big dividends. Results 1:00-Music Half Hour-obc For State Comptroller Public Instruction t more, director of thy Monroe
1:1: *-The Happy Cani-root +; County Health Clinic, said today
.may be apparent at once, but in the long S.OO-: Foul Hours ef Serial'*-ribs (Incumbent) I HORACE O'BRYANTFor I BT CAMERON: DOCKERTBtoutifulf

1. More. Hotels and Apartments. run the man or the community that has Queen for a Day-mbs I C. M. GAY Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Mapes, I
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. IJO-.Brlde sod Groom- be rUartla I Superintendentof I
been courteous will be repaid by appreci- Block Records-mbs who had been visiting the latter'sbrother
3. Airports-Land and Sea. S.OO Double or Nothing-cba f: For Circuit Court Judge Public Instruction and sister-in-law Mr. I

S 4. Consolidation of County and ative people.In Ladles be Seated-abe I (Group One) MELVIN E. RUSSELLFor and Mrs. C. L. Patterson, left

City Governments. the case of the chamber of com- 1:39 Paul-The Whitemao Bouse Party Records4b.4.00Riot -cba I WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN yesterday for their home in Has-

5. Community Auditorium. merce, all the tourists that were entertained .aun| Qula-cba i Member School Board brook, N. J.

.30: -Whtnet fake All-CDS For Circuit Court Judge Second District
there last winter not return next Ad-
may Treasury Band Stand-sb I Mr. and Mrs. A. Maitland

winter for one or another reason, but you ':0a School of tile Air-cba u : Group 7 (Monroe County) GERALD H. ADAMSFor cms: entertained friends at dinner
Kiddies flour west repeats 1 IlL I Incumbent
MONOGRAPH may be sure that many of them will be Uteri--ebe and mba "': t : Member School Board Showed
LOPEZ JR. i
8:O-Lure and Abnercba.easlNETWORK AQUILINO ,
Everett R. Rivas, back and many others will come here as Second District of most of the guests.

West Florida. a result of what had been told them by the t I For State Attorney ALLAN HAMPTON I
Key .I Mrs. Leonard B. Grillon and
well-wishers in appreciation of their treat- PROGRAMS : GLENN MINCER '
Dear Everett: The. la eastern .......r.. fee .... For Member School Board son-in-law and daughter Mr. and'Mrs
ment during their stay in Key West. tral (tanaa** subtract aaa near, fet : Re-election I [ Joseph Sawyer left for Miami -
What "this writer would call a .... .
ameaatal What is true ot the chamber's attitudeis yesterday a
Some Kcal siati.aa eb.atsbear ,
"pleasant surprise" is the encomium *f relay .. .t late .e".I_ i' For State Attorney I II JULIO CABANAS, JR. talented Julia

published in Tuesday's Citizen by Mr. just as true of individuals who go" LaM ke mraata InelaaX.THURSDAY.recraai. ....,ee asset I WEBSTER G. WALLACE I Webster Roberts who had been MannUy sets' out to meet a

through life doing "a good deed a day, For Member School Board on a business visit in Miami returned i
his Incoming
the courteous treat- *
Lassen concerning : I' guest arriving on
as the Boy and Girl Scouts ask their mem- For State RepresentativeFor Fourth District yesterday. '
ment received by him from you each APRIL 15 I boat and steps right Intoas
bers to do. Re-nomination ISADORE WEINTRAUB
time he visited the Island City. Evening j I A 10-pound son was born thii grutsomo a situation as
6.00 News Report. 15 Mln.-nbo BERNIE C. PAPY j morning to Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
ORACLE. ; i one can dream of. Dominattd
For Criminal Court I
Clerk
THE of
Newscast Every Oay-eb. Piarrot, 622 Simonton street.
Heading books is not always a short : 1 i
Network Kiddies flour Silent frepeatl RQUJ'be-ea5t-abc-west For State Representative i j, C. SAM B. CURRY !I by fear 'of her uncle' suspected -

cut to culture; it depends upon what you Network Silent It hr.'_rnbs-east MILTON A. PARROT Today The Citizen says in an of murder, ho faces
Kiddies Hour f repeat!-mbs-west !
read. I' For Clerk of Criminal Court editorial paragraph: find
her to
EISENHOWER NOT POLITICAL 6:15-Sports: delude Time-nba (Mickey) | "An honest confession is good problems bravely
HARRY DONGO
Of Men and Books-cbs : I II {
I the end
love
at
for the soul but is hard on the
'.30-Chicago Orchestra-cbs-ean
General D'wight D. Eisenhower has UTTERLY UNREALISTIC"Buck Lurn and Abner repeat-cbs-west* Foy State Representative I For Supervisor! of reputation." Read
6:43: -Newscast by Three-nbc "
ID- ba. TOM O. WATKINS Registration I'
to legislation to Lowell Thomas repeat
requested Congress pass
Rogers' dream of carrying on 7.00-Supper Club-nbc-baslc I- I JOHN ENGLAND Exactly None

provide for universal military training and a war at great distances from basis withinour The News Beulah'and Commentary Show-cbs.-a be II I| For Sheriff i HAUNTEDHOLIDAY

the draft of men from nineteen through own country are at present utterly un- Fulton Lewis. Jr.-tnb* I j FRED O. EBERHARDT I Forejudge Juvenile Court j HARTFORD, Conn.-Notified
7:15-News and Com."tnbe.lack
DAVID E. McCURDY I the Internal Revenue office
twenty-five years of age. realistic," declares Dr. Karl T. Compton, Smith and Sonp-cbs by .
withheld from
that the amount
Commentarv-abe
The Commarjder} of.our armed forces who has served the Government on several Daily News Dinner Date-mbs. lr7:30Danc .t\ For'Sheriff For-Judge Juvenile Court her wages equaled exactly her AVir Serial Story Starting
the members of Orchestra: -nbo f t[ RAFAEL H: FERRER- womaiwfcnt
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Ih Europe explained to 'commissions besides being presi- 1947 income tax a 1
,advisory Bob Crosby's Club-cbs FRANK O. ROBERTSFor
the Senate Armed Services Committee that Henry Morgan (repeat 8:30bo i (Known as Mr. Grass and Chicho) a check. in T/IP C.itispH T'*fH rrmr
dent institution of learning.The !
of a large
Child's World-abc-west On the line reserved for the
the day of push-button warfare has not doctor urges Congress to enact a News Broadcast-mts nba I[ For Sheriff Justice of Peace amount was written, "None" I I rll'l..fI1'JIT .I1.lI
Comment
7:43-Rarkne$s First District ..... .
arrived and that man power is needed, universal military service law, pointing out Ed Morrow News-cba I ALTON GOEHRING ----- ---- -

just as it was! needed in the invasion of that it will require five years to put the 8:00 Sports-Henry Comment Aldrich-famtltnbtr.Bl mba I ("'Dut hI ") IRA F.Re-election ALBURYFor I ilrsnw.er

In Peace ,c War-cbs
Europe: that he conducted. program into effect and give the nation the Candid Microphone repeat 10)-at* For Sheriff Rom where I sit ..6J Joe Marsh
Declaring that in any future war, "the Ellery Queen-abc-west I i For Justice of Peace t
the
manpower necessary to replace veter- Andy Russell Revue--mbs EVERETT R. RIVAS I __' .
first thirty to sixty lays may determineour ans of World War II as the first line of 9-15-Movie Background-ml>sS.30 I First District ,"-s -a

ability to carry on" the General pointed combat reserves. : Mr.-Bums Keene& Allen Drama--nbc cbs: I For Sheriff PAUL BOYSEN Now It's Neckties

out that air power, while of the greatest He points out the alternatives that the Great Ellery Talent Queen-Hunt abc-baste-mbsS I BERLIN A. SAWYERFor
For Justice of Peace
I
importance, cannot win a war alone. :55-Five Minutes News cba Re-electionI Made of MilklFellow
nation would face, in the absense of sucha Billy Rose Comment-mbs Second DistrictMYRTLAND 1

The declaration of General Eisen- program: .1)) to try and occupy, defend '.00 Dick-Music Haymes Hall Variety AI Joteon-cbs: -nbo I For Sheriff I CATES

hower in favor of these military measures and operate advanced bases with not Willie Finer Skit abe la Andy Botkin's Tarernwas I
Gabriel Heatter. Comment-nba9.1S : JOHN M. SPOTTSWOODFor gtlea. -rwUc M ra a4M a .aU.
gives additional evidence that he not a enough trained soldiers left behind to : -News Broadcast-mbs J For Justice of Peace boasting about a trick necktie' .lot better thai Jest. wtwfiwc M.

pussyfooting politician. As everybody 9.30-Village Store-nbc-baslo Clerk of Circuit Court Second District he was wearing made out of a byproduct Of
train reserves and replacements for the I ewnc tswre air tata *aa* r

knows, the vote-seekers are burying their great struggle or ((2)) lose the advantage of Clock Crime America DramaabcRFD Photographer mbs: I EARL R. ADAMS I ROY HAMLIN i of milk to of make milk.this Took tirhe 33 pounds wa? el ........ aseie. ami .....

ear in the ground in an effort to ascertain Quiz- NfL er---I' ... a ...... wiles ......
whether for these will quick action against the enemy and mean- 10:00 Magazine-Bob Hawk Theater Quiz--cbs nbo !I For Clerk of Circuit Court I For Justice of Peace Bill Webster was unimpressed appereiete t>.4 t.vr ...., pb A

support measures while sitting to take "whatever he Child's World-abc-east FRANK BENTLEYFor ; Second District Personally" he says, "I'd rather drink it slowly aM M. wrlae.i)11) ..

cost votes in the approaching election. Family ealer-mbs SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN have the milk to drink. Just as I
delivers. ; ,
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10:30-Eddie Cantor Show-nbe yl wtee. 1.it. ls.. ,...
\ It i is worth calling attention to another The Massachusetts\ educator did not First Lenny! Niehter Herman!: Play Quartet-cbs-aba County Tax Assessor j!! (SAM) i wouldn't change one glass of food pie ,..'Mla! a wk.i..... ....
declaration made CLAUDE A. GANDOLFOI I American beer for a necktie made H-.e.. .... .
the .
by former Commander Dance Ius\c-mb' sr...ep ....... i
that in earlier
overlook the fact
of forces our wars 10-45-Earl Godwin Talk-aba ; For Constable 1 1i from thirty barrels of iU"! ......., ...... lIMIt .l a....... '
our European deriding the For CommissionerFirst i i
we had allies to hold the fighting front 11:00-News & Variety 2 hrj.-nbc I, County First District Yes modern science being what -t.-hrwH.. ..
suggestion that the military wants to take News. Variety. Dance :2 brcbs: District i RAUL A. CARBONELL
I
until mobilize industrial and it is-seems
we could our News and Dance Band-abe like you can make
over the country. The General expressly News. Danes Band :3 hrs.-mba JOE ALLEN "anything out of n., _ _
military strength, but added that it is "no U-oo-n.mdna Continued abc-west i For Constable : a ythinltt" *
declared very positively that, in his First District I days. But in the case of milk wefl
longer safe to count on a year in which to For County Commissioner I
opinion, "the generation which went into i, CARL J. 1NGRAHAM :I
he TODAY'S
get started. Ten years ago, declared, First District

'5- 'this last war came out of it better than a strong military position would have beena ANNIVERSARIESKnow J. OTTO KIRCHHEINERI I I' For Constable I C.pjrrhir,19411,tlMHl: s.....Jees.l4 fe.ai...
5 First ----- _.
District
they went in" and that that I - --- -- ---- -
arguments
sound investment and the fact is equally ( America) H. JOHNSON I ,
I Commissioner i
universal military training will produce true today. 1814-John Lothrop Motley I For County IHARRY

militarism .are "silly thinking." ramed historian and diplomat, I First DistrictjW.CSUGAR I'I For Constable I r lP
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( ) SWEETING First District
author or clasic "The Rise and I
Careful driving doesn't always avoidan : C. FLONEY PELLICIER ,
Fall of the Dutch : .
NOTED GHOST HUNTER PASSES Republic, born Commissioner ,
accident but it helps. in Boston. Died May 29, 1877. For County -",
1821-Joseph E. Brown, 'Geor| Third DistrictCLARENCE i i For Constable ;

Not many readers of The Citizen GREATER BURDENIn gia's noted Civil War governor. : HIGGS I: First DistrictBENJAMIN
NO
know that State chief justice railroad head ; J. PIERCE !
Harry Price is dead at his homein
and U. S. senator born Pickens For County Commissioner i! (Bennie) HOW

Sussex, England.Mr. connection with the operation of District, S. C. Died Nov. 30, 1894. i Fifth District I

Price was an investigator of psy- the European Recovery Plan, it is well for 1837-Horace Porter, Union of- !! WILLIAM G. CURRY 1! For Constable '

chical phenomena having since his youth Americans, who hear about the sacrifices ficer, railroad executive, a noted i!. __ First District I r e
ambassador to France born in BERNARD H. WAITE TO AVOID -
attempted to answer curiosity about various to which they will be subjected, to remem- Huntington Pa. Died May 29>>, For County Commissioner

happenings and appearances which ber that the new plan imposes no greater ,1921. | Fifth District I For Constable

were, appanently, unaccountable from burden than the nation has borne for the 1843-Henry James famed ar- !| HARRY L. HARRIS I Second District I{
premises istic novelist who lived in Eng- i "i JOSE ESPINOSA I A FISTFUL OF TROUBLE

of natural science. past two years. land most of hrs adult life son For County CommissionerFifth

Upon many occasions Mr. Price fer- The sum authoried for the first yearis and brother to famed Americans. District ; For Second Constable District I
reted born in New York. Died Feb. 28.
out fraud and was recognized by not much greater than has been providedin 1916. JOE JOHNSON. 1 CHARLES G. PAPY : Mortgages, deeds inwrMK"e policies. coyf -
,
spiritualists as an incorrigible 1859-Abbott Fuller -- -- -- ----- -- !
skeptic. He the past in various forms. In fact, the Graves tificates-you
can pick all
was! the eminent artist, born f up yew a poetant
superlative Weymouth
"ghost-hunter" and export volume is less than that of the past !
had collected Mass. Died July 15 1936. papers in one hand; but if Mythmc 6itorldi .
at the time of his death but it should be noted without the 1861
Bliss
a year, Carman. NewYork's i
library of Glenn happen to them you'd surely kv heRig.
20,000 C. MincerFor yourfull
volumes distinguished Canadian
on physical research Marshal\ Plan, there would be very little I
magic and collateral poet, born in New Brunswick, Even if there were no bassist. .IMC atlas
subjects. because the Western
r commerce nations of Canada. Died June a 1920
The tendency I the papers were replaeeoMe. ymftl' W i ResRsllg
ofhuman
beings to ex- Europe have about exhausted their dollar-

plain the unknown by attributing what occurs exchange.It Re-Election I getting straightened out. A sole deposit ho+l

to supernatural forces has been apparent should also be understood that if the _kx'3 protects you against aH this, MM! has) fill
in all ages, Too ignorant to under- United States expects to be repaid for the : 1 STATE'S ; valuables, too. Fee is so low. .protect*.. to

stand and too careless to investigate, many money that it will advance to the Euro- = 1 i! great that we have very few UHMI *va..UU.
I
of us have a tendency to "believemagic in" pean nations, the repayment must be made : I right now.THE .

: and occult powers.It in the form of goods and services. Whilewe ATTORNEY

is a 'good thing sometimes to havea insist that the sixteen democratic nations il FLORIIU NATIONAL( : 1(11( ?

man like Harry Price at large. May he move to reduce tariffs and trade barriers MINCER has obtained convictions in 35 at Kry If'Est I

find many disciples'to keep up his work. it will be necessary for us to move VOTE WORK FOR i capital cases. He has never lost an important I Member of the Federal Deposit hnurmcw'

t along the same line if we expect to get xlBernarr Macfadden case nor has he ever had a conviction Corporation

Whenever two people think exactly I back most of the value of what we send to ALL tLORIDA upset by the Supreme Court.Political I YOUR FRIENDLY COMMUNITY BANKJ

alike one .is not thinking. i Europe. Procreaa and Prosperity: ProgramtPaid C l al" Advertisement,
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na.. April
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PHARMACY
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tel.sr It.U.. S. pttt net Court h re. Dnral an l Fleming Su PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS tt'r.: .M. MrifMa ;
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that it has certified to the
cl.Tk of the court an official
1Dry ropy of the transcript and iLl INVENTORYSPECIALS ;
older. of March Z6. including a

.FRC.... oaf the rrorramzataion of the . . ... . -. -"- .- ,

'ICC order ore lor March merger 28 affirmed of the FEC fa1W7 10 19 Only 15 Onlyltt'lr !
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with the ACL. In a 6 to 5 decision.it ,
refused Ui M1 aside its findings
of April!l. 191 1, that t reorganization .t LtV bite, '
for FEe could best be carried Turnabout t V 4SL1CETOASTERS V
ACL.
t Under usual court procedure. I
Judge Louie W. Strum will set a ASH TRAYS ,
date on "hich FEC creditors ran ; J) AIERS '
file snr objectioru they may hare I I
td the ICC reorganization plan. j] Regular iM.93; Value Rppnlar. $4..9j Value -
>#!ular S5.9.1alu

.Farmers Speak I| Now. $2.49NQw. $2.69'Now $2x49
: V =
1.-aO. touring farmers have .
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become the bIking farmer It i __ t
has born estimated that members I. '. -, -. . '
of the group of 26 farmer.. who -
visited Europe lout fall horse ____ -, --. ', r
ddres ed more than 200.040 per-J s
font, not rojctmg radio latan- '
tnw .1 17 28
Bill Datidson of,Stan"'ooJ'his ] Only Only
. had engagements from New j "
Yolk to OLUIioma. A number of I j "
a Congressional Committees" have I j "
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" bt-aid the farmer views on conditions : TOY , tlAVLKITCHENS, ',
fe, In Europe. j' ,

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teered ( with '! I '
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cancer dri\c. ; -
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to be held in June at nhiew I : ,
time the Ntvv Wives Club will.celebrate ; : :
Its 12th anniversaryhefmhmenU : '

and served bv Mm"rre' Edith brought Clout, ;; ,, 'VACUUM BOTTLES <%< :: T t'O

host *.. fur the afterrKion. 6.
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W.'n-d..y. April 21. the club *
.. Hill hold a social meet ins. V V
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-r TODAY IN IHSTOItV UNIVERSAL : V SKY lETTER',

- Know America) I ,
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fct.Id17-Coantry's d dumb Mhoul OIX'Uin first free Hart-deaf ELECTRIC IRONS' V : "Air Mail : '
- fwiiL Conn.latSUsedat. V. Stationery
7.2 a. m.. President 'Ke tllar $9.*?. Valm$6.95 -
Abraham Lincoln aged 56
slant by Booth the night before. -
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Bo.t of 100 Sheets
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ful rk oprratin, in MontKumcrty.: Ala. _ ,/ 1111(1 50 Envelopes .
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ment. | .- ft .
'r 1>20-Shoe company 'paymaster .
V. and guard murdered at
South Braintree. Ma55.' -for
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te which Swoco and Varurtti liter : ; .MECHANICAL

. arrested. .FOR BABY
1924-United States bars
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3.c.-. j Jspanrs immigration. : TOYS
c.c. |*3 -!>reklent Roosevelt appeals .
. to Hitler and Musiollni to
1i pledge a IO'p llJ peace. _V :
1.41-Gcrmart night air raid on I ;
>lfat. Ireland kills some 500. Plastic p. MERRY-GO-ROUND
, IMS-American air forces ,; PlasticHangers
,. nuke their 73rd raM on Kiska in CUP and
800(1ROLYPOLY
the AleutUns. ,
145-The Jtp unter-attack o -
. Americans on Okinawa. JUICER -
- U. S. B-29's attack Tokyo. ,
194ft-U. S. How }asses 9 35cSnow
months extension: of draft but
with a holiday Set of '
Jromyko a& aiLi Amcncan-Bn- JUGGLER
ticla alms In Iran. IffibyBATH .
1947-Both ides reject LaborSrtrtary 4rloo
s plan to end telephone -
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calls on Stalin in Moscow. V ,
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r (A\\irephoto) from April 15th. Johnson and i Paul Boyeen, 826 Ffeiraag ..I I
Johnson. aprlO-tf I Phone 1 53. aprT.1Ik
HERE IS PART OF THE MIGHTY FLEET of U. S. Air Force bomber about to take off at I

Westover Field. Mass.. mass flight to Germany. About 30 B-23 Super-Forts compose the '
on a Store, 218 Simonton. 35x60 Avail Lot 5 and W Lot 4 of Block Iii 4
fleet The bombers were scheduled to rendezvous today over Brest. France and then fly in for- able May 1st. Suitable all kinds ] Ave E. 75-foot front I

mation over Paris and on to Germany. of business. H. .Altman Phone| $128096 826 SE. 11th

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MEMORIAL SERVICE AT THE GRAVE OF ROOSEVELT fPr1-

One bedroom completely furnished -;

house. : ppl'fear 912 i Three choice lots. For infof>tti,

Packer Street. aprlS-ltx tion, call 889-XM or 521-R.

april-JIlt

Coolest spot "The Cistern" 425 J

Greene Street. Suitable for i House and lot 3a ft CJ ia. x 5:. I

'studio, gilt or antique shuppc in. Furnwhe 1.1. V 'IhIia

-even storage. Apply fr-W* s4reet.room. .MN'Httj
Elizabeth. aprlS 3U. j
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New 2-bedroom house May la' town area. Newly painted; I

to November 15. Adequate! rooms and bath dowmtain, 4
r [ l shopping and transportation I I rooms, bath up. lairs: 2 excellent

facilities. 3111 Ave. E. i refrigerator, good beds;

ap 15-3U ga, etectncitv. city water garage -
w iLL ;i private porches and ea-

81.34 FOR RENTAPARTMENTS I trance. Fine Macvotc pro ertrreVts
fee $139 'mu tIL CfcftrtiUe.
OR ROOMS
Imoe Uate po esMoa.
.Get details at 119S Duval Street
a Live in comfort, directly on beach Key West, Florida

or opposite with a private I apr!IS-tte
beach. Special summer rates
on apartments or hotel rooms. '
FOR SALE USED CARS
h Steven Hotel Apartments and I 1; -

Steven Cottages Simonton and!
1933 PlymoYtk.dour __
Ciy South. apr2-tf i
Very good condition. Phoex
841-M for infor-lD Itiun.
FOR RENT ROOMS I
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Clean airy room reasonable rate. 1937 "Ford two-dwr sedan fair J

Call after 4:30 p.m. 513 While t I condition, ?2SO 1219 Siaph

head.street )aprl3-4tt>, ten Street /prlj-ta
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THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY oi President Franklin D Roosevelt's death was observed at Hyde tires runs good. 761 Floiidi
Park. N. Y.. with memorial services and the placing of wreaths on his grave. Standing besidethe Navy chief wife and 7-}ear-old i I Street aprl j.2tt
i need :2-bedroom house
boy
grave during the ceremony are. left to right Dr. Tingfu F. Tsiang. Chinese delegate to the or

United Nations Assembly: Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. former sccretary of the treasury: Trygve Lie. apartment. Have permanent| FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
duty. Naval Hospital. Phone 1
secretary-general ef the United Nations and Elliott Roosevelt. the president's son. Elliott holds
I 507-R. apr3-3tx t Furnished apartment 3 ruouc
Fala the president's dog. on a leash.
and bath. Maid and
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--- f'ervKc. linens and utditie|
I WANTED TO BUY years desire bedroom house furnished. Summer rates Cor
Negroes OrganizeLeague State's Revenue Up ; or apartment. Furnished or unfurnished -'I al Hotel Apartments, opposite

By May 1st. Write Post Office apr -11t
Large floor-size safe. Phone 433 ,
Of yotersThe Box W-3, c/o Citizen. I
Slightly Over 1947 : ap143tLate .
m apr3-5lx Two apartments available 411
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Volunteer Recreation William St apr2-t*
model car. Pay cash. Phone I
Committee and the Negro Ministerial TALLAHASSEE.. Fla_ Apnl 15 1035 for appointment. Sailor and wife need two or

Alliance recently spon- -(FNS).-Florida State General three-room furnished apart-t i Apartment dirwilv di etieeaa.
aprl5-Ux
sored a meeting at which a Vo- Fund receipts for this fiscal year ; ment until October 1. ,i All facilities centrally located

ter's League was organized The are just a little more than lat FOR SALE c/o Citizen Office. aprl4-2tx nice ground Preier family

purpose ito stimulate interestin year. Comptroller Gay reported I with chihL Phone 605W.
Social and political Affairs and Ian week that S34.882.176 was White HELP WANtED-MALE apr I4-3tJt
outside white
paint
to maintain a medium by which taken in during the first 9 monthsof enam- I

the needs, of the people may be this year. compa.edith $14573 .- el.846$2.75 Olivia gaL Doherty & Co. Key West representative for' One room non housekeeping

presented to the governing bod- ,663 during the same period a 1597. corner Packer. Call building plan serv ice. State I i apartment on ocean. Private

ies. year ago. aprlO-tl background and present con-I I entrance. two beds toilet.
The follov'ns: officer were The General Fund balance at nection. Write Box T.P.L.. cA shower electricity $65 month.
elected: Samuel W. Kelly. president the end of the third quarter tood:: : 23 Chris-craft sleeps, four. Very I Key West Citizen. apr2-6tx: i Phone 65W aprH-3U

: Uoobevelt Sands vice president : at $27960797vhich is $10000- good condition pos&ibihtie '-

: V. P. Mingo, secretary: Mrs. 000 more than was on hand at the good charter boat. Phone HELP WANTED-FEMALE. I FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
Edna Carey. assistant secretary: beginning of the year lest July 1. 1366-W. aprl2-6tx I

John E. Mount. treasurer: Rev. i' That does not include $13.453; .- ': First-class dinner cook White t| MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL
A. J. Dais chairman of committee 000 aside Tables, (chairs six-burner
set for buildings now :: gas or colored, man or woman. Also i Present this ad with your Evaife
on ways and means: and the under construction. : stove with grill, National cash one fast short 'order, man j Pilkington Studio coupon and
Rev .\.. I ; register. Columbia Restaurant
Sigi&mund Laing reportcr -
Nights. Report to' :Mr. Rochon" receive a FREE mount for >'our
J tonight; at 3 o'clock. at the V.o.W.1'I I 117 Duval. apr2-6t% La Concha Hotel -12-6tl! portrait This offer cxpirt
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The next meeting will be held Hall on Whitehead street.
] Box May 1st. 1948 Evans Camera
springsmattresses. furniture -

STP..1'IOJI- I'I- 1' ROCKET rrAK -Of F-j ., Key 510 Front West Bedding Street. Company Experienced Concha Dining waitresses Room. Also lor fo.1 LJJ' [ Store. Southard Street.aprl-*

. . _. _. . Coffee Shop. Apply manager s
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Electric motor wilh tank and apr3-3tj!
I' One u-ft. Servel *
Miscellaneous -- Ri' iifnff
pump household
I MISCELLANEOUS I tot$59.69.. Apply Adams
I furnishings Apply 1432
I I Virginia Street between 3 and i Dairy. apt 13-JU
Specialists in washing machine
f . 7 p.m. aprl3-3tx '
r t repairs, all makes. White Plumbing soffO- complete

f ,,. ; Used lumber. Phone 1453-K: wringer roll The Traders I tock. Plaattc tile paints aid
I Phone 1431. 130.Duval St. 'I brushes. Murray's PtumbiK

I aprl3-5tx i aprl-tf 1532 N.W. titled SUeet MieIUi
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I < Fia. Phone 7-3421 ; 'tl
r tt Ironrite home manplc, new model apUnnremi
t '-> !- used not more than 10 hours I Dressmaking. Specialize in boys'and i
i f" Will sacnficc Bendix Launderette girls' clothing Alteration. : electric ironei OI
-( ;: Montzellc's Dress Shoppc 518] Apex washing machine, SjO..
.. i, Finished dept. 516 South- 'I
;. -- ; i I ard street Phone 1327. Fleming SL mar24-3t> j 2313 Pitttersvn upu.tfMutoroU

t t I aprI j-4t .,
1 j Washers, irons vacuums and : tutu radio, t.. fll all Lars
fans repaired. O'Briant Phone i from $42 5O (' I k In
! i Spmdr.er washing machine. Ex- I up. '.mpteti
J ; I II I client condition. $80. Phone "64-M. aorl-tf iI| stalk-d. BiidKL Radio 6;0 S'W

.. f 1002-R after 5 pm apr5-3tx 5th St.. Miami nur4-1mo
I :, f I For guaranteed plumbing and repairs. -

I I. . I: 15" carnage Royal typewriter: Free estimate. Can:I WHERE TO EAT
: .... i John Curry, 512 Margaret St. I
i S. & W.
putpL 32: tamp accumulation Phone
; I Leaving town. 781. aprl-tf Tin THEOVERSEAS

; Phone 1309 W E2 Fo!I Toloiapr32tx. SITUATION II
f I I WANTEDI HOTEL

i am contcmplatii COFFEE SHOP
t t I rabin moving to
f boat 33 feet long. 9-foot !
,' Key West and offering a Ixiak- 917 FLEMING STREET
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r beam. 3 bunks marine motor.
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....,,- <75000 3031 Seidcnbcrs A\C- nesses.keeping service Will keep for small Intel i 11 9 .I (rttVll !'!Off To Litt
;jour entire
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- i Combination'7z3G I
help make tax {Q 12 3
up
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Gill 2-1 bicycle, $1500 912 statements, etc I| FROM
fI' \\ ar....", t./ Fleming Streei aprlo-3t)
I 1 monthly fee basis. Write and; A DeliciousSewed
THE BOEING XB-47 STRATOJET the U. S. Army Air Force's 111 call on !'ou. D. M. Dons I 51L'
newest bomber trails plumes of smoke as it zooms skyward in Kohler baby grand piano. Excellent nici. 4104 Ponce de Leon BlVd..I' LITNCII; : . FRoM

rocket-assisted take-off at Moses Lake Air Force base in the I condition. Fine tone. Coral Gables Florida. I Served
1113 Catherine St. ..prl -3tx 71C
I Ii tirse
State of
Wellington. Eighteen rocket
units mounted nine en i itp&1J-it {
each side of plane's 103.foot fuselage are used in heavy load : I I DINNER! FROM 9K'a
take offs and for t Livingoom.. dinette furniture : Navy wife desires work eat .A
emergency power needs. Six turbo-jet en- t ins I SOCO'KI CUD
Aluminum frame bathmett 01 Colic,
gives supply normal power. The plane is the first bomb with ii i iap for children or light huwe- : Served with Pure
twepl.back wings. i 73-1 Poinci..nd. Phone 1142 R J work. Live out. Write Hit No Extra Cream
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194' APRlf, 15. 1948 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN .. PAGE FIVE 4



---- Michaelis) Is Made'Bingo Party At I ', 7'<" Tour Horoscope i! : The Hawahaas were once \ .

Army.AnforceRecruiter : .known as the Sandwich Islands.AUTOMOBILE

tS ELEPHANTS CAN'T VOTE i1'Iilj Commercial Credit I St. Mary's Hall I Here THURSDAY, APRIL' 15, 1948- ;'f.i 'f.

This day gives a strong and independent -
Bti Gene Mgr. In La1..elandjA Friday, 8 P.M. :
\ Gleason i Sergeant Henry V. Alvey recruiting -I character, capable of f

..4iyo.iij.110J; C. Michaelis 73-1 Poinciana, I Tomorrow at 8 p. m. the Holy sergeant of the U. S. attending to its own business and :; W. fill- all prescriptions when ; .

manager of Commercial Credit Name Society of St Mary'sChurch Army and Air Force Recruiting I very desirous of so doing. It is your old car starts giving you :-

rt1... Chapter 30"you the white colonial ,courthouse ol checked by a rap of Framing, I Company, 421 Fleming street, Service, will be in Key West for i better to let such people alone, as trouble. .f,

!. but. can't do this to me!" the exclusive suburb, only one ham's gaveL will leave Friday with Mrs. Mi- are holding a bingo par 10 days from April l 14 to April 21. I opposition breeds a tendency to : V/e carry a complete lia of i ;

r.ac.Pt. ... Eddie Gale shouted at the upper window glowed with light. "One" more such display of chaelis and daughter, Cynthia ty at the Parish Hall on Duval He will have an office in. the Post I be unjust There may be an Impulse Brake Parts. Ignition. Gas Fitting, t i I

E .., two patrolmen. In the back of his walked Escorted through by the its patrolmen dim hallways he "and levity.the Framingham prisoner will be warned cited, to accept the position of general street. There will be 30 games! which Office Building at Key West to travel, and often success ; Spark Plugs. Fan Bells. t i '

lQu.tre mind was the disturbing memory and entered a brightly-lit court- for contempt t manager of the Lakeland. Florida and as many prizes. At 9:30: p. will be open every day except comes in foreign lands. If these AT YOUR SERVICE . 11

11' of a hundred cartoons in which room, tiny and immaculate, with "The complainant wishes to Commercial Credit Company. m. during the intermssion there Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. natures are turned in the proper DAY OR NIGHT I
" d4yI the prisoner had said the the judge's bench at the end opposite inform the court that all the Mr. Michaelis has been with An information desk has been direction they produce valuable I

thing as he was being hauled same oft the door. aforesaid infractions could be the local office for two years.G. will be a floor show through the set up for the convenience of all results. !I PHONE 1178. iJANEandSHINE i- :.,

bodily to the lockup. On the bench dressed in a overlooked and forgiven, were it J. Strieker will asspme the courtesy' of the Baron School of prospective enlistees; containing I .

tbs The hefty patrolman who had most loobe-fitting! formidable black robe and his not for the fact. . ." She paused. duties of managership. He has Dance. pamphlets and folders with the The Circus Fans Association of: J I j I :
frown sat the "Continue, please.Framing- (
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''II lid be presented the warrant gave no majestic j form ot Lament T. I ham commanded. been -with the local company for The show will be conducted by latest data on the Army and Air America has its headquarters in o 1502 BERTHA STREET ;:; !

y th5TE In indication of relenting. Framingham. I ". . were it not for the fact 13 months. Mrs. Betty Simpson. The following Force. Sergeant Alvey will also Hartford, Conn. - -- ,t' ,
"Listed. bud" he said grimly. Hardly daring to look around. that the complainant is so much Michaelis said today that with young women will dance: be available to answer questionson .---- --- --- - I.

1 _ "This isn't my idea. I've got my Eddie took one sidelong glance at I in love with the prisoner that she his leaving, all employes of the Gail Wallace Julie Stone. Joyce the enlisted reserve crops and a..... _. .--.. .. .

orders and that means you go the small attorney's table unoccupied finds herself unable to overlookthe office are now local men arid Valanzuela. Beverly Maloney i national guard programs. .
. ; with us-and that don't mean no except for Carolyn Mar- prisoner's actions. She there- Eulanda 1
stalling around." tell who sat beside it, looking fore petitions the honorable courtto women. Harris July Goodman. : ; :
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At
,- "What about. the show?" Eddie steadfastly out the window. render summary judgment in Dolores: Loseley, Ada Granda Party /j jkltaiakohtj j jl
Key demanded. "Carolyn!" he exclaimed. "For this case, now and forever." -S LEGALS Mary Harris and Madelin Boza. : -

lotelsntatt The s h 0V''s over-for you. God's sake-what is this?" Framingham stroked his, mane I Naval Hospital
anyhow." the cop answered. "The Carolyn did not turn her head. of thick brown hair frowningand \

St, show's being taken care of; that's Framingham taking up his gavel, slowly placing his pince-nez NOTiCE 17MJKH: : "T.'T"T.l FurlTiorsAlI Property Sales ; The NCCS junior; hostesses {

-l2tztb all been: arranged." rapped sharply for order, leaning glosses: on the bridge of his nose. NOTICK IS HEREBY. (IVEN that assisted in entertaining at the U. l
"Can't you at least let me call forward until his frown became He cleared his throat with an almost the-undersijcned. desiring to engagein Naval
S.
- boss ** he lethaL under the fictitiousname Mr. and Mrs. Hale. 308 Division : Hospital party Tuesday
my ? pleaded. "I've got even more ferocious rumble, and pro- business Roy
to tell him what's happened. He'sgot "Officershe boomed out. "You nounced sentence: of "South S......." tiS l,ovalStreet. street, transferred to Mr. I night, in the Red Crccs: recreation f
Florid intend
>rice to know about this-and will direct the prisoner not to "It is the judgment of this to reKlxter. KeyVet.said fictitious name ,with and Mrs. Lawrence O. Berglund, ; room where a lively programwas I
ourtlOtx maybe your judge won't be so hot speak until he is addressed by the court that the prisoner Edward the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 524 Southard four-unit' conducted: by Red Cross ; \
to arrest me when he hears from court. Gale be taken from this place by Monroe .'..unt'.. Florida. strut a Recreation Director CapitoloSchumueier. & You Ml find properly pro- .
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.. apartment building and all furnishings tI- ;, .
. Framingham. The two patrolmen wheeled toward the complainant, remanded to Dat..dprll IMS. A "
"There's only one judge in Fox Gale looking as though her sole custody. and hugged by I C. I.- MOCK.Si'le I' at "13 Baptist lane for $1. : '
- Hills." the first patrolman I they were preparing. to hammer the neck until thoroughly com avr.8-15-I2-r9.1M1* owner. according to a warranty deed A birthday cake 'a'aut amigifts A I portioned i clothes and, c'c".. 'i J l l'i ,

'nna.FL growled scornfully. Take a lookat him into the floor. pliant. It is further directed, in : filed yesterday in the office of awarded to the patients 11 1-,; : .

the name on that warrant, "I call upon the prosecuting accordance with the laws of this ITHK: OltCUT ('ot'ItT' OF TIlE Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. whose birthdays! celebrated in V lori'.j in Stars Midseason
chum." attorney to present the indict- sovereign state that after a suit- r KI.K\ t\Tii JIIMCII. ciitctrrOF H.e. month of: April: For the amusement 1-'i ,
3-5tx Eddie scrutinized the paper ment against the prisoner" said able 72-hour waiting period the I Till; TATK OF FI.OKII... Sawyer. of the group: Mimi iI:
closely until he saw the plainly Framingham severely. prisoner is to be returned to this IN IN AM('U.'>,\CKIO.bit; SOMtOB ('Ol %T" Nora M. Betancourt transferreda Haves read horoscopes and fore- ; Spring; Book.There's a special ( _

: ft. 6 recognizable! signature of Lamont Carolyn advanced to the bench, court in the custody of the complainant I :>' ... 'IIII property on Sugarloaf Key to told what the stars; !held for Ahem. U t- j"

""inia44t T. Framingham. still without looking at Eddie, and here joined to her JOltSI.TINA.. Mr. and Mrs. .Ralph S. Jordanfor Dancing and secfien of apparel for .
"I must be going nuts!" he mut- and addressed Framingham: in holy wedlock for the rest of I riamtlff. 2100. pin pt-ni; were t -)
tered. his their natural lives." vs. IlItOltCK other activities participated: in by
shaking head. "Or else
"If it please the court, she began .
Framingham is! What kind of a "the prisoner has maintaineda Laughing, Carolyn threw her ::I GLORIA HILL. L.PETIN.t.i.fenlant I t 0I the Mis-res Bet'-v rrravor. Carol Extra Tall or Lorge /
own. lunatic idea has he got in his head public nuisance by constantly arms around Eddie and kissed '.: OIIIIBK or "t nl.J'T'OTn :> DAN McCARTY\ Boza. Uetta Valdez, i\tmi; hayes, :

-d; 6 -after what the show did for the harassing the complainant. He him until his head swam. But he : (Continued From Page Ono) ; Hilda Castillo and IMiy( Jonnj -
zoo?" has constantly interfered with recovered sufficiently to kiss her i ii. ..Ha Hill Laiw>tina. I II I Ameiisan Nf:'CS nne'. E it and Women -
rs,4xce1 I '.. Mrs John hill; Masons, Odd Fellows, > ) t-r -n Men
fervidly that both them /
he of
"Okay said then with a her livelihood by insisting that so i I
: Ann !Streett'.rtsm'.tilh.
JOS Coughlin !
l.ed l. and Veterans of Foreign arcompanithe group -
Legion
resigned shrug of his shoulders. she marry him. He has created were swimming in. the same ocean I I Vir I"'a. f
> ; "I'll go along-but this is the public disrespect for the profession of bliss. You are! hereby' rei3trvd. to apl I I Wars. I I - ---- emeP/onc

, saen.- wildest travesty on justice I've of psycho-analysis by posingas While the two cops guffawed, >ear to the Hill of Complaint for Among the 18 planks of his :: _ i1 ==_ _
In the -
ever heard of." : an analyst of the lower ani Framingham leaned over the divorce filed against }UU the |7th platform is this which should: n I II
entitled
above vi u '
::>erty .- mals. He has separated the. bench shaking with helpless day: of Slay.I .\. 1).Sj-;. otherwise 1 appeal to commercial fishermenin ,
:;Iclusion.- .E'LANKED by ..thetwo patrol* good people of Lakeport from laughter; "Gale" he said, "You'renot the allegation I! of Jpl\ lull) will be I the Monroe county area: "I NOTICE() I :: #'
I''men. he only getting a perfect wife : tak-n an confessed. I
obtained his hat and $42,000 of their bard earned ;
1 This the tnt day "f April. A. I>. : shall continue my efforts begunas ; i I
coat from a backstage cloakroomand funds in order to maintain a you're marrying the most ingenious Person who: took! motor '>cm
reet, walked to their patrol car ina luxurious pleasure resort for wild creature who ever hood- ,I'nu. I a legislator to remove the gas- :,
Rosa C Saw 1119
: >er. pump house. Stump Lane. CORNER of SIMONTON
;fog of confusion and wounded' beasts. Beasts. your honor!" I winked a man into playing a i Clerk of the Cirrcit Court. I oline tax from commercial fish- a Phone 1560KANTORS
!" I ,i return sam to avoid trouble. and FLEMING STREETS
;-2txdan. pride.When. I Eddie began to break into a I practical joke rr: : Kathleen .oitZe.leputy ing boats. iS

the car pulled up before smile but it was instantly I THE END I C'K'RT .XKAL Clerk.iCIRCt i McCarty invites a full studyof Witnesses to removal do not ... ................. .. . ....

.-- -- --------_--._-- -- ------------- _. JULlfS IT P. STOXK. J...... ) I his platform by the voters> and : wish court case unless necessary. : .. . ----.-.- ,
S :Solicitor: for Maintiff. asks their support in the May : .
I apr.li: --::-23.ma: > S.I3iS: primaries. U U U U.U U U U U I !II .. 3 II U U U a U UU

Harris School Defeats ,1 Navy Wives Club I (Signed): . -
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Scores lAM. ) t'01l..1I10no.; f 01 >T', ALBURY and SON i rt\\il.; :i;. > .
Bowling ..OlCln.\.. 1% FHOIIATK.: W "' <.t" '
>-3tx ;. Poinciana School 19-5 In re K"fte ..t I _. .. :.;.> .
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CARRIE I.. OLMS5TKI::; I NEON SERVICEWe fj' ..
fair i Edna Porter knocked over 172 l-eeeased! !lI; : r. _,.....:. ,N, -.. .
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at the Navy wives bowlina demands PHONE ; ; .
'ton4tx- wits having rUjftn% OF : against Kinds of Neon Signs 1 :::{; ; '
. af the U. SSub.B: 1! the estaf" of' carrie- 'nmpttQ.defeat Air-Condilioned #--
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- III Softball . fit ..r .KWeM .. and Lighting Stripping 6 1 J31 J I }#t .l
the
Competition1 *'! 1 111.! wf > tt J< :
Tuesday morning.; This was Ed.- Moi.roe.. c..unJx. state of : : :
I na's first time up with the Navy ,, Florida: Now Showing: ., ., ,

rida and : ALMOST\ EVERY PLAYER'Jr wives bowlers and she set the i I V.atlea-h..f.i.ar-h..r.-l.S and r"'luir..d l !.. file all viainix notified "DAISY tENYOr'loan 1 !" ;,

highest core: reached this year. I I or demandswhi, .':, >"n.r either ..fyou. Crawford-Dana Andrews : t-.f.. :
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yyy. Runners-up were Doris Hoffman ma> has'agit tl ---.Lit < f 7/a J, .... .
ON ILXRRIS TEAM ,... tle. .. .... late I Starting Sun: ' .
lm- ;iv ,
I Carrie l> (> '- tas-t [j .: .
134 and Lillian :Meeks, 131. ., s
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u. ( :f.- .r ;h.ecM.. AlwnrotConntj :
of e
-I WONDER WHO'S KISSING : '
rs FOLLOWING Other bowlers were the Mes- State! ..f Florida in the offire -i TONIC r-- !: \
MADE\ AT LEAST ONE HER nowI a
-- dames Alice Behl, Helen Voegt-: i of the (".":nt> jHilgr"; ..r :MonrweCounty. I lad yass sp5i.I I.I 4r. o
Florida In the Court Houseof I June Haver Mark Stevens : :
Tede-i 571 Wh. di. 1 !. -
slap
oOJllS ;. : 'i THROUGH{ list Vivian Driver Virginia said C.mnt at .KeWest.. Florida a
'\itor :'RUNr sco. Grace Naser Janet Hasten I within cigtalendnr: months. .MI..t sasal.,VffisIsuid f :
alesCore I I from the time ..r the firvt pul>lic*- Yeah1 s.c hsp! y.. "(sal
: BT Ruth Embree Wanda Slover, I 15.A. = MONROE THEATRENow : .
In the Junior Softball League tion .f this notU-e.' to-nil. April 1
Betty Roberts. Edna Breeding: l 0 ISIS, Said game played yesterday afternoon PEDRO AGUILAR I IGARDNER'S :
Khali tn- In writing and contain the
J.>jte JoEllen Hin son, Laura McGill, : :
at Bayview Park, Harris School place) of residence and I"'''' officeaddrvsv JEWELS cf BRANDENBURG
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,-lOt ff teammates under the captainship :: A Dottie Murphy Flo Faulconer. I ..f the .laimant. ; and! >-hall l exworn i Richard Travis and

of Joe Pineda, again walloped ;, F.-L LEAGUE I Marian Wickham, Susie Olson attrney..r'y t<> l.y. the .claimant hiv iig.-nl I Micheline Cheirel !II .
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411 their opponents. The final score :!i Viti Vida pitched for West Dorothy Gravat. Corky Herron .\ st.hl aini ..r demand not I- .. -I
:-6tx !! Plm Beach against the Habana and Bunny Shimiz. .0> filed, within the! time and in the Starting Sunday : t : .t-i.- ."
Harris 19. Poinciana 5. : PHARMACY .
,- was i Cubans last night and in five I NCCS Executive Secretary I manner prescribed hertinhall. ) be 'GUADALUPE LA CHINACA' I .' t f
the : ,
Almost player on 'oi.l. 1114 Division SU Cor. Varela
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an. : every least ::: frames he allowed five hits and Eileen Coughlin announced that !;.-atet M< Kex. XVe-. Flo-i.U. this Marina Tamayo-Vicente Orona ; !II t, ,,
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Harris team made one PHONE 177 . FREE DELIVERY
ted. !i i four runs. Only one was earned Tueseday's entrants were the last 14th da> of .\p.rn.II.l ISIS! Spanish Pic, ir? .
Pineda .
and Joe .
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Salgado
run. h. \\ iliam.1.lej \\.ttkins I
nily each made 4, Solomon and Jose' against him. ones eligible to compete in the I A.. .KTwnlor: ..1 tful l I...vi \\illund )!J. ', ", '
!| He fanned one and hit three i Ham Handicap Bowling Tournament -. Testament of l'ii-f'. I Iolmiteti. I-. f
Hernandez, 3. i .
batters. He wild, but what I to be played off on May I Ii d..J.l.an..I..t 1
-3tx was
: Donald Bethel,. Poinciana ;I J, l Lester ....T ,<-'
: can you expect from a ball player i 4th. All Navy Wives are invited I andopheiia -'
pitcher made two runs. Cline i "Buy It In Key West" f7'Y"
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at the T. -"Ipr.I .
in his first in professional to be present as spectators
Jing Clawson. Karl KeiI. tad and Bob- : year I I Attorneys for i\erulor.. NATIONALLY.ADVERTISEDCLOPAY
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ball? j I tournament. ,,.. NOTICEA.
,'ate by Smith each had one to makePoinciana's aprI7.--Si I; : 5.1,15! ,
His first two pitching assignments .
ilet nth., total of 5. I I were against the best club I,i Read Classified Ads in The lIST lii' I'..,..:........"... lI.Ihtl. : I.." .
tilt :I I IDRAPlS
At last Saturday morning's .\'it ,"".'.1"0 '.1.\, .:"
-3tx Harris beat Division Street in the league. i I :itizen.: .IlI -, The f.iI''e. ing i i- a KM ..r 10.1.I ....- I). Ti} lor i isi no U McGregor Golden Tee Raglan Gab Golf Shirt. The UU

School This puts Harris at the 1 He is gaining more confidence J I torn and t'lerks.. .. together with the.. ;, after and he will be polling 1.1.. '- hirli ha\e In-en. s- longer ruiiuei'letl with perfect golf Raglan shaped
'USL. every game i
top of the Junior Softball League I LEGALS !l-tt-d b> the IU.ar.1 ..r C..unt. > ..m- Bed Rooms) longer "tuck-in tail, fuller back. Washable, vat-dyed UU
I star in the league before long. '.
have a I miwioners > f Monroe ( .nn" for the inc.
for the present. They won He had the famous Gilbert Torres -I Prlmnrx Kle.'tionn to Ire I 'held. on j jI 98C Per rayon gabardine-in sparkling Fairway colors. U
two and lost none. Division has : I \oTiriTO rnr.niTons: Tuesday. Ma} 4th. an.11.I .., Zith.ISIS. Pair
..ins- and lost one. Poinciana -I who played with the Wash ., n,:S3: Pr..".ttt. Act. Sw*. 1 n. 120) inn the only oral I .
and won one II I ington Senators eating out of his i I i\ TUB ('01 STy Ji "Co.:"!' ('o.'UT.I t'l11-I"r M.. I Beautiful Color Assortment I: 'A:"..< ."., .', ' --- :
its .
'our After has the lost League both game.games.Divis- !I< hand last night, and Gil is sup I I t'I.O'UU.pnolUTI.> AMI Full MUMtOK (.:OtTv.. Cjilhoiie 1 Mr...U;inia_ < or.'.la ItHtalaiitl . liou!'>c nio cr in Key. COTTAGE SETS -f-----: : \

ices ion Street School played the Annex I! posed to be -good. 'I II I' In re K.-tat ofAUUAIIAM ROI.ACK.. I t'irkSlizyu.li ln.v. |.-.--tor,-:- -:"'Ii.I'icrc'-. Valdex.. Kmilio: WC'it.! (Curtains for Your Kitchen) .

1era.10t : team in a close exhibition !"I I II 'I I"" -..a.. rd. I. Corral Jaun I lcorgJr.,. tWillieCurry. .
with Division coming out 1 SOFTBALL TO. \1.14 euiiirons. ,",SI' pKn-I.. t'lorlI'ritb.irl.' .ern11I (Sigllf..l) : 59c Per Pair > .
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game suss"ISU CLAIMS' Oil *. '.
I The Island City Softball league I U Mutt hiiix..ii. Joyetih Fernan >
. were off to I I I INST SAID' ;.-;- '
ahead 11 to 8. They i.MAXlS' \ i dez. .Antonio Areii'-il>ia
a good start vith Annex in the i I scheduled to get going next TAT1J. I II .IUC"\'T.: \C'. 3 J. SLOISE, -KEY WEST_ fi t ,;
Monday and I understand that :I You and each of y..u are Shearer t lawn llwn'. I
ofii.1) e.Jaekn .
lead the first two innings but :: I notified and r"' iuin-d to h..r..ltY'1 ... ffareCSerk 633 CrreiM. Si.. : .; .
VENETIAN
I I'thc Bob's Sport Shop. V.F.W., i | BUND COMPANY -
unable to hold their position. ,n\ Harris School the Navy and Adams Dairy will : >4.u. or either of 3'U. may hatagainM *''.torse-: Kllie; Shaw, Cra.- e : 123 Duval Streat Phone 1042 4-
ra.JInS- League game: the estate of Al>ratuim U .
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be in class A league and the Kerr.; Cantiino Ford. ioliTlotr.poofl. e .
. Lastres; Catcher I I latk. Jea .tl.l. Utr of ....1<1 (',.unl)'. .. .,. _.
pitcher
winning Jennie <: vn M>utitlitiiisir _ ._ _ _ -
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losing pitcher Merchants, Kantor's Men's Store, ;I tf> the fount) Judge "t Jlonro.Min ..........,.-. .
-3tx: Henriquez; High School and Hospital will I I.. (}. Klori.U. at bin office in the : Sn 3 I'leaae Veiai.u 1a'.uu .. .
(Poinciana) Bethel; catcher Mc- i Court jI..tipe of said Count at KeyVe.t. !... Smiliiiflo .
be in the class B league. i I \ Florida. '" llhin eight VMItiile !'ot.' i .
.te Craw. : be- I m-.niht from the time ..r thetiI.t
Wtll I may get more dope ,
'I..rkI'"r.: :M l..tnrtsin.iestr.tVjliIan
and Exhibition game: Winning I pultlitation of this Xotire.K : ; s SpecialtyShoppe .
Thomas catcher fore Saturday so as to give the i .-h claim. ..r demand t-nall l>e In : M.: IUU-r. A: rL..E..oE..rt.NI.rr .
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Division)
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pitcher lice loae. harold I'inder C|
inl::. fans a schedule for the leagues. writing, and shall' stale the place 1"-1 U J UU
uui.I.U. Cruz; losing pitcher Garcia ; i ..f rexidencv and post offutad!- land Ssnn'l'rsriiiiasi'T .. :
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catcher Eugene Garcia. I,! BASEBALL I I I dress ..f t..the l.the claimant claimant. and i-hall his I.I Insworn hid S-hml I'o.SasesI I I I : fi ( (4 a i -: UU

.- i i The Lake Worth Ramblers i ast-nt.: : or his'attor..e)'. and any file h i'l.rki.it.'n.u.i'z plied aurt! Tr.ie-. l !'Si' '5-- U

..00. i;i will be dawn for the Elks ConI -; claim\oid..r. demand not *u filed thai I Ibe I Inv|.et-tor"--\1-- ';ro'\ ',urll 1'ln.I'r. : "The State of ticautilul Linrjcnc" : .
SOFTBALLGAMES .Karl: 1I'klo'r.m l""\.d. 11..1I. -
'.00. i I vention and they will play the:! .M!.Kxccutrix 11'n''ICK of the I.ast KAIM.XX.Av Will .," l'in 5-tf 1 i best in Key West. We will show I and Testament of Abraham Kniento: i:. n.tIiIlSI'r.. z.
\ :; them who is the best club. Both U..da<.k. deceased.iv ; : >IP. -, .

,ars j clubs have won two games from.; a1..r.S-I .::-.n.: Pelnrl-ma ills !O'vmninititt. sail flack.Hall.:\'.. .1 .

iniW- BAYVIEW PARK :i each other and this may be the TIII: 4'liitl1' cot HT sir TIIK.ii.Kt : I 1..1'1.J..r..1: I .ilreS1.ry S.! I l..nu.. .I.Ii.sptcI..rs I.- I..z..u. : :"mr Slw.rlllf"fllflj,1 .

(NIGHT PLAY) t j rubber game. I : K\TII: JIIMCItl. I'lKCI ITlii" Cl.or.t K J-.hn-.on. Mr,.. ;.NaomiStribner ; _
,mo j We have Gabe Lastres and Sa- I TIII; "T,\TK Iii'. n.intii Sari' Kir. ..ad.t'liitui'r for ladies m
I! l> .,'" .'.on10'110. : coLra.:' Spring Apparel
'n. a .
TONIGHTt1U Yl1lJl linero. two of the best hurlers I I .11.\\:1&\: baiMber .., I.feimeree KvlHiBzMural -
i in the South, and we will show i ta%. ,.. M--KtT; h... FloriHa i
.. k rest uamc-Bob's Sport Shopvs. o MAIUSARKT 1.. .
[ them Rtmbclrs that they will U.WXICKI.Plaint 'I..rk-\: i\V.rnll.nrn
- Adams Dairy. iff.K. In..h.r.---e.h. W, 'len.| .\l To Appreciate the New ThinTYou Should Visit Our Store- 8 .
have to keep Rambling. I I % Ill\ OIU'1o'T'O' .
Second Game-Key West Merchants ItKN AWXICK1, iiar'e. Cb.irc. .! ForsMh : Sec Them .
I I ..n.:< IT \.. 7Tateraier -i

vs. Kantor's Men'sShop. :, l"EJJ' CHECKINGoi'TEK: I !! Cl" rJnL'ATI0 ietendgnt.01111K lime. Sb.Ta'.rrsicr. .?. .
I'lnnd ; lcv'lIvIL
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( 4'l. FRIDAY. It t (; sm.IT ,. Tt': lien: I.....,..ida.. .I"rl.-lnsp.-' tornJ Hf""'ney!S. IhMi Albiirx....ld.x.n. .;t.... :, Q -. -.- -- '-S. .. _ea* .
I 1"1 I3" WTIbur Avenue
l. VFW vs. USS Gil- KROAIW-IY STORE I Alhury. UV. Hr-'omi'i-id. U UU
First Game- 'levt-land. hio- 11
Golden Tee Polar Mesh Golf Shirt. Nr
I i You arc h'r..h required to ap- Ital.rr,1 I Ih.:; 1 lsI: E g McGregor

t.It more. Elks vs. VX1. The Broadway Super Market : |M-ar tu the Hill "t,.Complaint. f..r est\I: I .... S:,,, \ comfort on a sun-swept course! Supremely cool cotton .

Second Game- I announces today in an advertisement -!' div..r'-e the Mh in da Ihe>' alM.of Ma e >.'tled.\. I'.causeon 154S.vtlitrni.se .'".' ;. .,'In.'..., ,'''UlI..r" .. U mesh that lets your body b-r-e-a-t-h-e. In cool, crisp color UU
) ( ufl1'I'IIOI.rilsIS
The Municipal Stadium in Sao in The Citizen that another the allepalions. therein ; ings. Fully washable. a
)e I eonfej-M'd.
l he as
Paulo Brazil, scats 100000. checking counter will be installedfor :. .Till' This: :dk..n to l.e published once a
I the convenience of cus-: .week f..r four consecutive weeks' in .

ATHLETES FOOT GERM I I I the KeV In..st Ky: .'CHiieiu"....!. Kl'.rlda newspaperpul'll.hed '_ I FOR : AllStyles . Featur d in .ill, Types ShIps I'r"es: : $395 :

JeIe turners.was explained that as soon [..m... and 'trd..r..d this. .th dOl) of atiste. Crepe and Silk .
HOUR.
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KILL IT IN ONE as the new checking counter is in I. .'l,'ru.\! A. Ii. iSiS.n.s. [IfJIH-WOORI.'S ,

YOUR 35c BACK, operation delays will be cut to a i (St\L) t* Sa >er, Assortment ;

If II." pI.ii.t.dTIir; .K,:;.rni. gr"S.tipi.v. minimum. i I Clerk: uf the Circuit. "ourt.I . I lAKE TAILTS IeyVest's Largest MENS

I.BACH II. TO.!.-l mi Tt-.,fI I..ait)...u n> llll.iot..IrnuMore. : I I!I Sionroi.tlnty.: Kathleen FloridaBy Nottage.I ti't) A ..........-' : : : KANTOR'S SHOP
TIION uncidol. Iiiii4IIh :- Cast iron toys especially I Deputy Clerk Vl\V = .
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.. M-i: alroboL It I'EXKTn.XTI.XRrh : :: f mechanical toy banks, were first., Solicitor THOMAS for S. CARO.the Plaintiff. ....-.... ;; WSee Our ITim/oir/ for Stole : : i I

OARDNRRtt.. M nr. Orm PHARMACY. I I mass-produced about 1880. apr.8-15 ::;! 19,19S! tt C I C I.o..t C ttt C C e C C C C*.C C C'*.C.e..e..e. .


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PAOB BIZ THE KEY- WEST CITIZEN. TflW DAY. AHML 1$.. ..IS
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Entertainment Galore Baron'sDancers
By '
POLICE BATTLING DOlbNSTttATORSAP

I 8 o'Clock: Tomorrow Night LAAAA1.o.us


In Division St. School Auditorium say i r'FAUSTo'si


IksttTvnOK'S WE L F A It 1:1:,1 S r I

FUND WILL BC BENEFITED Newhouse

COMPLETE: : PROGRAM RE-I, Assisted Terry by:Anderson. Sharon 600 FLEMING ST. at Simonton. Street TELEPHONE[ 41

LEAKED I I Grossman. Judith Yellin'Betty .
Jean Frizzell, Emil;:
Everything is in readiness for Hunt Harris,Sandra Dough
Ih* dartre program to be presented .!t I j erty, Ronda Brewster. BeVerly DELIVERY SERVICEARMOUR'S :
I o'clock tomorrow night in Maloney Darlene Jur- : t
the auditorium of Ihs: Division I,I, czynske: and Machiel Bailey .
Sirt Sdmid l by pupils of Baron's' -

!fStudMat. Oi icntal Dance Miss J u 1 i t a fruits by TELEGRAPH..rrrr i
rtlracd A nun" plete fur publication.program hat Names been Stone e. wF M E AT---

,*f the pupil. who will perform Betty Mmnbttcian and Her Fans Betty Simp TODAY: . V''i' ran Mfntt II FRKXH: UFT
lufnorruw (tight<< art included in
the nol,.... Plaslique Dance featuring ? Y r AllMeatSkinless'FRANKSMSc- BASKET The pntfram. being staged for. Julie Stone a rrtil ehil fltntrr l,yTfie refry! tt
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DM benefit of the scic")rs W'I.I r Assisted by: '
farr. Fund, feJIowt: Beverly Maloney Yvonne ntir tltiiet cnaklit 7cu to pfefc ..1 ,.. ....... ..
...n.aiy In Pink (Choreographed!I Moore, Dolores Lesley, Yo a FfUhBOX et BASKET: . wt IHN *.. .M. MMwlte .
l"y IWity Simpson): ExcerfcUfrMii landa Harris, Judy Goodman to the FRUtt TELEdRAPH SERVKC a1.elri, ..
the "Nutcratker Suite". Gail Wallace, Mande HORMEL'SSliced your town . and In a ir.atitr M h .n. FTMIor -
J I per yoUr ehoiei-wHi be ddhefN.
Sit.....; Joyce Valenzuela } ,>as i- BACON 59c
IXintr of the Bred Pipe, Do- Ballet Solb, Yolanda Harris s >I -
.urns Lucky. Acrobatic Beverly Maloney: 1A I
Ovtrturt Miniature Julie Little Brown Gal Hawaiian f liLU: Pl.l'TI K..a.r e/r Ikil/.
Swim \t[ Dance: ). Choreographed by (AP Wircphoto via Radio from Rome) SWIFTS PREMIUM Boneless Rolled

Ituteian I Harm Trrpak, Yolanda!I!, Assisted Betty Simpson by Corps de Ballet: POLICEMEN SWING CLUBS in attempt to disperse a crowdat VEAL ROAST. 59c COFFEE. Jb. 5c()
J 1)*n a Arabs!, Beverly Ma- Gall Wallace: Madeline' Milan. Italy. Ths: incident followed an attempt b? reck- >
Mlwy I| Boia, Joyce Valenzuela throwing Communists to break up a rightist political rallyin :
Dartre Ctiiimfce! Yvonne Yolanda Harris, BeverlvI Milan. ;
Moore 1 I I, Maloney, PaUla Newhouse., ____ ._ __ _ _ _______ n'I Lbllrs] VIENNA
Sucur Plum Fairy, Greta Patricia Hollick, Sandra WESTERN PORK LOIN
Hurt i| Dougherty, Yvonne Moore. I SAUSAGE. 2 cells: 35C
Dance Charscterislique. Judy: Judy Goodman: Ada Graft- I :
You Do Better fFhen You at
Gtiudman j da Greta Hurt, Dolores Altrays Shop ROAST 3 to 5lb. Ave. Ib.53c ... .. -
Overture Miniature. Gail I ;I Lesley. Mary Claudia Har -
Wallace (I rls. Darlene Jurczynskc
Aet+,b.lw. Miss Joyce Valen- and Julie Stone ARCHER'S Ulln\ ,.n.. Iorp'Hii
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t....uV..nn3M' Piano Accompaniment, Miss Beatrice STAR
W-lU, Miss Gail Wallace Moreno VEAL LOAF
Costumes designed by Miss Belt''- SEMI-SELF-SERVICE MARKET LARD MB. 29c can 27c I IIf
Petite Outlet, featuring Paula !Simpson PKG.
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; MONROE MARKET N. Knowles, Prop ;CRACKERS1

I! 533 William Street SOUTHARD at th. Corner STREET of at Reasonable, Every-Day Prices! sSUE 2 OLLS19(1 r !

Iil1 Y Hen yon will find the foods that go to make your The public is invited to compare our Quality and our Prices .
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I'OIKSi meals a Mcc si.THEY ARE THE: BEST QUALITY with those cf: Super Markets and Chain Stores. Comparisonwill
th.LOWEST PRICES. tontltUnt with --
I prove you always do better when you shop at ARCHER'SIGRADE t _
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MEA TSUkeL eter LIe. PIt, . 29
GROCERIES and '
"A" LARGE; SHIPPED DOZEN, 1
r r_ nttiiTs!I ntttl i Rf t'11Alltls : BUTTER 12- dar 33c I

I E EGGS. 58 COMSTOCK 1Ht.PIE MId.(
NUMAIDOLEOFolks. . ,. .
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Come and Sfet Thi Wf ekt Sp
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'14sfpp." 1'. .. .., "
CARLOS Market Juice ORANGES . . doz. 25c
*A" Heavy Western! POUND) I SOAP FLAKES 35cFLORIDA

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815 FLCMIKa Corns WUlUm STREET SirMt PHONE 76 CHUCK ROAST 44cPOUItD 5 Thin Skin GRAPEFRUIT 1 ea. 5c

Wt Handle ONLY the B est WESTERN JL/t Male tlii. Uiiffoii
II'I Grads ofS MEAT IIIU.nl i. IKI>K\ l_!

/ BEEF 6 POrtk LOINS( .- ROAST .. CHOPSVEAL NU-MAID TABLE GRADE 35C': CARROTS. . . 2 bnchs. 25c 5 Full Packets of Flower Seeds
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i Steaks i Gullets ahd Chdps OLEOLean

.Grade "\" t-BOIHE ST AkS Florida CELERY bnch. lOc Flu-ttnl-i: : (; (;L1."'I'' 6 IN.I.NMl I ; :
.. tNGftEblENT: i for SOUSE Meaty POUND PORK LOIN POUND .. . . .
BUTTER: *t fctt ES : iEGGS For Mrt A15c IL.I.p
Roast '
I'I'A Spare Ribs 41c or Chops 46c
Lint FRUITS e) BlftbS-k ihd.VEdfetAfiLtS t E rios'n Food_ LETTUCE . . z 2 heads 25c Only . . . CHIITOWHOHDO th.Atrllx fr.u
Grade "A" SLICEDBACON
SLAB in PieceBACON

I N UMAOLEOC.mpl.t. IB49c_ lb. 44c (; CAMPBELL'SGrapefruit I


Line MAXWELL HOUSE rouisD( 't Juice PORK & BEANS 2 anLIBBY'S :: 27c

&VFRYERS COFFEE. 49cLibby's
CUT-UP READY for the FRYING PANSTdt' 'Ir1-o 2 f for 27e
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I EWING LEE'S CENTER FOOD )i LIBBY'SBABY FOODS PORK CAMPBELL'S 17Oz. BEANS Size f A MilK.3 TAll 37c LIB Y'i. CANCANS i 29c

Durnl and I'1ONE
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Sweepstake: Contest
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t IVim flan/ YottrMcnts frith; .Oho Eyr On \ttiriiian' '/I Bleach 2 qts. 25c I Super Suds. 33c 1 'EP5PoL4 EVERY ENTRY GETS A TREASURY CERTIFICATE!

TRY !
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Get Entry Blanks 1 at Y Oar Stere

i WING LEE'S /i RICE 2 lbs 35C ; Every entry you send in win you pamU tt MM ...eraNGetta .....
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enter cflert-get your family started. I. Ca.H P..*... .....se.elAI
FOOD in your state. PLUS big Monthly N........ ........
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,/ .f TOTAL CASH TO BE AWARDED: $IS....M
ORIENTRESTAURANT Her you will find hundreds of C No. I YELLOW POUND U.S. NO. 1POTATOES .a ,
fine Wholesome foods to : -. '
help
I a1. YLI"lea 8"IU: r feu plan delicious. nourishing i ONIONS .. . 13c 10 lbs. 49c A Second Monthly Pri AwardedTo
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lr c'u:: d b7 the are always down-to-earth .. six 4 Large Juicy DOZEN Large HeadLETTUCE
days week! 4 Key Wester
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: .h"TAlK A%''I' 2 for 23c r:
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i Weddings and Banquets. MEATS. Fresh FRUITS and 4 .
VEGETABLESPclhHy The Stefi Thai Serves You Best" $ I'"I'' i.';.d I I)rh rr. "|"!tnuit SnGEORGE -i11
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The Weather Arthur Sa'iPost Will" YCMA Announces 1 1i.RobertLaVeageIs !McDowell-Russell 'J l I I Eight Classes j jI :' .;:: ,1 t and shock-*puke symptoms taking were and am ;, I!lion Amo7Ran passengers ra43reoie MIll'UMjIMlMO tL f

Wedding Tonight \i I In First Aid! 'subjects discussed and atment.j I tons of freight eaeto year. J

FORECAST Install Officers On 1 -. I 1. Red Cross i"strated.The next meeting of I II
KIT West and Vicinity: Partlyrloudy May ; 1 I ToColneSatllllaYi Miss Harriet Russell daughter,." By Aid Class will be held next Tues,I The nw Key West so... 'MY
; with widely l scattered I II. I 1 lof Captain. and Mrs. J. E. Rus- .i The second session of a series day and all Navy wives are invited j;. GUEST OF KEY WEST" is h
rhowen this. >; afternoon tonight ;, Robert La' Veaga, program di-|.j I sell 1509 Duncan street and RayMond -. of eight classes in first aid for i to attend from 2 p. m. to | Ioag-cbtrishd Idea. "b'-
and Fnd.l)'. Not much change in I. Harvey Installing Officer'i rector of the National Council!; McDowell, USN will be Navy wives waS held at N. C. C.- j I 3J30 p. m. For further information ': the Old Folks Horn in=
tetr,.rature. Gentle to inoder i 1 jof Armed Services Y.M.C.A., will j! married! tonight at 7 o'clock in :S. Tuesday afternoon, under the call the NCCS Club teL 4192, ;;! (ask the JarshcM).
air variable winds Unlay hrrnnvin 't\0sit the Key West; 'Armed Ser- the home of the b," dt>-cIectOs leadership cf the American Red*or the Red Cross, teL 286. j i io and published bt.8ea1.F. (Happy)
( mmlerate northwest and FIVE NEW EMBERS nE- \Vice Y.MX1A.: Saturday' and par-,I Cross Executive Director Helen I I i Werkheiser.. TaTrmkr. Florid.
!McNeil. A Roman slave, when freed,!
pry Florida tit Friday.: Clearing Tallahassee CEIVED MST NIGHT;!|,i that the squadron was having .a Sunday. I ents.The ceremony will be perfomed j I I l New members of the class were I wore a ring of iron; gold rings j 1
errs aal Pcatterrd showers with : wiener roast on Saturday eve-! 'i i f Lt Veaga was formerly pro- : by the Rev. G. Leon Wells, pastor Mrs. Helen Voegtlin and Mrs. were badges of citizenship. Ii IiI fa
few thunderstorm OTHER POST NEWSGIVF.Y ning. All eligible sorts arc invit-! gram director of the Boston: YJi of the First Methodist Church.A ;Jeanne Hight. Those present were I I 1
remainder of rcd to attend as well as Legion-j I J iC-A, and served'during the war reception, to which relatives the Mesdames Alice Behl, Rose I I DELICIOUS
stair hiday. Partly cloudy tonight ![I mires. Information and transportation -\I 1 and friends of the couple;Marie Meadows, Helen Cherwa,j :
Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good.
and Friday with few in Hawaii associate regional 'rSWeels.
shower :, may, be obtained, by: as i have been invited: will be held lona Aiken, Gloria Joyce Hill home-made '
over extreme south portion I Five new members were ,roi -!i'calling Metzger, 471-W..'The post[supervisor of the,U.s.O.-Y.M.C.A'1' after the ceremony. June D. Travis and the N. C. c.-! STAR BRAND)
FridayNot M warm Tallahassee -i 1eeiveti into Arthur Sawyer Post': will present the squadron with a;He is engaged! at the present in a I II S. staff, Mrs. Eileen S. Coughlin. : Y.A .
see central today and over northeastand 1 ** 28. American Legion at the set of, colors at an early date.. j j[I survey of recently openedi Apply To Wed and Miss Hilda Castello. I!' AMERICAN COFFEE t
Friday
purtions olhnL and CUBAN
-' regular: meeting held last evening -I A resolution was .adopted by branches of the Armed Service j The six pressure points for:
little i i i
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change in tempera at the Legion Home I the post conveying to Robert W., stopping bleeding, the intriccacies I -Try A Pound Today- 1 1I
onf of which is
J.YJH.OA. Key West An
ture.East Sock; Island. The ; Dillard, chairman of the building'! application for a marriage. of hip and shoulder bandages,
I new members: ; _. ._.. _.
Gulf of Mexico and J lck- :: one. license was filed yesterday in the: - '- - I "
are James W. Murphy, A. V. Ar-j l I committee, the sincere appreciation -: I
-aYilJ.) through the Florida office of County Judge Raymond
I These operations started ]f
were
mayor Carl A. Kern. Alfons L.J of the post for a job well|I
Straits: Moderate cast to southia i R. Lord by Wallace W Pomeroy,'i
Becnaerts, Stevens P. Allmond,1Jr. 1 dons in the renovation of the post with the discontinuance of U.S.O. Sun and
.Utly winds south portion thru I I I 122, of the U. S. Navy and Wilma| tormAWNINGS I
home. ,1 activities in December.
I! Friday. Over north portion mod.I .; Some 22 'Sheets, 1S> of Jefferson, N. C. I ALL
irate variable winds becomingHwderate Visiting Legionnaires were*1 A letter was approved by the!I of such operations were established ,o\
. north to northeasterly Harry L. Harris finance officer, post, as presented by Henry F.'I I in the U. S., Guam, Alaska :and I
t< tonight and Friday. Showerswfth I Keys Memorial Post 145 Taver-I: Sawyer, to be forwarded to Congressman I China to serve men formerly !
flier and Ralph E. Wood Frank George Smathers. i accommodated by U.S.O. units. CHANGEyG 1 S
few south thunderstorms today E. Booma Post 6, Portsmouth, questing information relative re-to,,![ He will confee with committee When OPEN-/ '. A Distinctive Atcning
and ver pillion Friday y
e iXtierwise weather.' N. H. ; the $200 wage ceiling imposed on members professional staff ::and .1 When CLOSED-li'j A Perfect Storm Shutter t.
partly cloudy
Jacksonville to ApaUtchirola It was announced that Arent veterans on the job training under ::! others as to the program and ad-: 1 UFE ? CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY: GALVANIZED SHEET METAL 1
a : T. Sjursen. Sr. !, ministration the Key West ': of ROT
post sergeantatarms the G.L bilL j GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST OR
N4 small been craft Usyed.Report or' .storm warningshave I' had been appointed by the]i'I The following)) members of the I I I Armed Services Y.M.CA.post I'I'I I Are you going through the functional .I.I Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice of Colors
Department Commander Frank post qualified this year for mem-I!i I 'middle ase'period peculiar to women I I I Monogram or Design i
I officers and the auxiliary' ((38:> to 52 yra.J) Dora thIS make Demonstration
: yousuffer FI1A Terms Model
to
Simple
H. Ccton to assistant department Operate on
serve as bership in the Century Club: from hot Cashes.'! feel to nervI I i I
'I 'i unit will be held Saturday May CItU. high-strung tired? Then Installed 614 GREENE ST. ,
sergeant-at-arms at the' George W. Sikes, Vance C. Stirrup -. DO try i, POAC
Key R ewt. Fta. April IS. 1948 I department convention Panama U. J. Delgado, A. L. Di- 1, 8 p.m_'at the Legion Home I Lydia pound Pinkham's to. relieve such Vegetable ymptomc.Com- ;0Pinkham' by LEE ISltUo. PHONE 4 eROWH

; Observation taken at City Office. City April 23-25. 1948. i t Negro, Robert C. Crisp. This)i' District Commander Vance C. Doctors call Compound a stomachic also tonic baa effect what! I I Phone for FREE Estimate
Stirrup will be the installing officer
1 The winners of the membership I II I
i B:30: AJ4. EST) I club is composed of members j -, --'
I ; assisted by the Key West HYDIA L IIHKHAM' wrncrtttr"aniu; _
Temperature contest which closed April 1 were i who have brought more than 100\ : _ -
t" & | Guard of Honor. The public is
r.i Y' Lowest Highest" last yesterday night; . 81 69 announced Robert C. cs Crisp follow, to :receive First prize 10k, each members department into the convention Legion., the At!j i' invited to attend this annual func- I - :: :. .'; :!---:_---- .- -:'- '. . ,:.. ,': :;.:;Y.. _' .r..; f: 4 ;\;!>;tII :- ;.' s

4 fir.an 73 gold Legion ring: second prize,; members are feted with a ban- tion. A buffet supper and dance
John J. O'Conner, to receive I j will follow the ceremonies. i t
Norm: 76 combination quet. ,
cigarette case and lighter -* The national command i It was announced that pre-
Precipitation with initials scholjarships I i registration blanks for the national II I
<< engraved on announced.
were Any
Total last 24 hours 1.00 ins. _
convention MiamiOct 1948.
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same; third prize George W. son of a deceased veteran of
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Total thu month 5.48 ins. were available. All members are
Sikes. to receive belt and buckle! World War II, who is actually in;
Excess this month 4.84 ins. 'urged to register as soon as powsible. -
set. Honorable mention was rendered -, need of financial assistance to '-= = 1
Total this 3.54 ins.EsrtM ; wITISMITH'S -
year 'I for A. L. DiNegro, Jack A.' continue Jiis education, after corn; 1' --
this year 3.19 ins. It stated that U. J. Dfel-
Sounders, Robert Daniels, Frank' ; was
| pletion of high school, is eligible
IltUUv Humidity '' Hfcnrahan U. J. !: ;! gado, grand chef de train, 40 and!
Delgado George
for the
to scholarships.
compete ; 1
at .::O .AJ4.7S' I''I A. Warren and C. B. Harvey. I Eligible students are requested to j I I 8, had been appointed to serve on!I Ij II I
j the executive committee of the j i
J.
I Harry Mstzger! gave a reporton : contact Post Commander C.
BaromaUrS B'I 40 and 8 at the promenade na-
the activities of the Sons of
( .. L.vel 1)) *M AM. I Harvey immediately. |' ,
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'tionale Miami Oct 1948.
30.00 ins.-1018.0 mks. !I the. Legion Squadron. He stated The annual instalallion of the ,_ :....- !l 1 mL 19A1 l/i. Corner of Catherine Street Proprietor I llV/lllJ 18
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(Naval Tftmorrew) Base) - t 4 1 I i OLEO Shop Any at Cut Smiths, Cuban for or Ist-Quality American StyleBONELESS Meats EGG S dOL 5 9

.Eastern Hiflh Standard Low Time) Quality CASH MARKET CHOICE 1=:!' LB. 49c In Cartons i

4:1C: ...m. 7:20 a.m.
I = PICNIC 4 io 6-lb. Ave.
10:42
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GROCERIES 1028 Division Street Phone 1080 MEATS
< E CREAMERY POUND HAMSiB.45cI
OfADDITIOnAL TIDE DATA

.Inference Station: Key WestTlmteliHtieht of BUTTER 85c Sirloin STEAK i


lUhia St.tloaTide Honda ;hlgh water FREE PROMPT DELIVERY'COURTEOUS I Gr.ulcV ,. LB. 79c WESTERN BEEF RIB I= ''KffP SAVlN6USIDfAT5
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(hereOh) 10m 0.0 ft. . . Roast .LB. 59c

No(east Name end Key) +2h 20m SERVICI i T-BON E Lean Meaty POUND SKINLESS I


Boca Calder(Sandy ChUra Channel Point)-Oh 40m URGE WHITE GRADE A Super JUGS Large BOX 33c I Steaks lb. 69c SPARE RIBS 49c Franks LB. 39c i iI !

(north .end .f 2h 10m +1.4 ft. I


NOTE(-)-: Minus oOu sign: Corrections EGGS DOL 59c Dog Food BEEFY 3 cans 19c ,,I- Nabisco FIG NEWTONS 2 ::,"; 35cI I I ".Iti a HabitThat .


(t)- lus to sign be :subtracted.Corrections to N= -i iII'
= Quart Size BUSH'S BEST Large No. 112 Size

(h)-Hour.be added. r ftM j CASE 85 C APPLE JUICE htI. 15c }IO 1 ''IINY.1 . . can 15c I I "My wouldn't consdencJI let me .
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, (m-Minute.) PLUS DEPOSIT = ==I throw out even" a "
(ft)-Feet 1 SIZE
, ,!. LARGE Garden Basket ALL GREEN Large No. 2y'z i drop of used ft .4'

PRUNES I.b.] plig. 19c 29cII I when I know they're .
PILLSBURY STANDARD PACKCampbell's !:;1 Asparagus Spears can _- still needed so badtf.


Temperatures7iM AJ4. EAT. FLOUR TOMATOES !II rPP'LE SAUCE 2 cans No. 2 Size c No. S Size i I Why shortage today'of fat and

oils still
TOMATO JUICE can 15c i h very xrtoMi,

Station- Extra Standard No. 2 Size = our covcrnmenc: Mft*

Atlanta ._ 54 44 i TOMATOES 2 tins 27c LARGE PKG.i =

Billings Birmingham . 47 43c 2 Ns 2ScI "I. redly get a kick
5 BA
G i SUPER{ SUDS 35'c i
Bismark 37 SUN SWEET FuJI Quarts . . out of seeing' hewI

Boston ._ .._._. 37 I much extra fat I artsave
Buffalo ._. .._. 3' ,I PRUNE JUICE 2 qts. 49c : I . by mcftMc
Charleston 67 DUZ . I. r. ka. 3 JC I
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Chicago 41 Pork & Beans 2 Cans 271BABO !I- DOU'S: No. 2 Size b b down trimming, .
Corpus Christi 59Denver I skimming gravies t
.. _. 53Detroit ::1 Pineapple JUICE can 20c OXYDOL I and scraptnjc pan
,. 39 I . Ig. pkg. 35c 19 I 1 re-use it, cerMintf
.._ 53 I
El Paso Beech Nut PREMIER I_ c.H.B. TOMATO H-Oz. Size But there's always
FC Worth .... 50
Galveston . 63 j ,! CATSUP 2 J t II 35 E. Z. LIQUID e3 )LEACI I I something left toe
. ) s.
66 Food PEACHES a
Jacksonville Kansas City 56 Baby I Ii .C ST\ICII( Quart Size I Ii i saving worth wtitfei

1 KEY WEST f 71 71 DEL V CHES. No. 2"29 Quart Eottle I9c 2 nt S. 25c I: "Hovt you ever stopped
West Airport i I
Los Key Angeles. 61 40 2 Cans 21c 3 Jars 25c No.1 1 Tall Can 19c 'i, . . can c I! to think that used

Louisville '"' KEYSTONE Quart Sue ARMOUR'S In Package _! fat are the only
Miami ... ... .. 76 i
Minneapolis' 42 : JUICE htl. 39c SHORTENING 3 Ihs. 99c kitchen wa\te that
:1 GRAPE
40 1. '
Nrw Memphis Orleans 5-1 LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 2 Cans- 33c : I cash can be?That's turned into eej .

New York ._ 42 J MAXWELL HOUSE NO LIMIT In Package i a
__ . .. .. 53 point to remember
Norfolk Oklahoma City _'"- 48; SILVER COW DROMEDARYOrange 'I COFFEE.( . . . Ih. 5Ic JELLO. . . 3 for 25c in these des
59 I ** .
Omaha of higher food COM*.

Pensacula ....'. 49 57 I SILVER COW MAGNOLIA CONDENSED c tt
Roanoke MilK. 3 39c
Louis .__ 47 Cans Juice '
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St I i
MILK
MILK\
13c
Sin Antonio _. ... 45 'I . C . can . . can 21ciI I
San Francisco: j 53'?
_.. 51 .- .
Seattle ,
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NO.2CAN

Tampa Washington 12.Jj Pure LARD 29c lie I )la i YAMS.] 3 Ibs. 29c 5 ]Ibs. 25c i


.i . . . . m I FRUITS and Delicious i iil

STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEETRIUIIPII : il VEGETABLES Carrots Green-Top 2 hns. 19c APPLES 2 Ibs.) 29c | 1URtJ t IN

COFFEE I StekTN.UBS9cl; ; SpareLEARib: I at
FLORIDA
MILLat Ih.49c 1=_ PopularPrices Juicy Florida ORANGES] U5EOFAI?

CELERY. stalk 5c -Ihor; 11 Bag 29cfi AMrf&aa Fat SahKfi faarttaba..

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m FOR QUALITY Thousands of Key West Housewives Who toAtTheBROADWAY ,(

PHONE 215 901 DUVAL ST. OLIVIA Corner of ST.DELIVERYp.t.ti ;1

Know Here Means\ Their Food
Shopping Buying Needs al il,I

i 'PROMPT FREE SPECIALS! THE LOWEST POSSIBLE COST REAL
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U.S.CKADi:".V' WESTERN BEEF' :
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a&Grapefruit :
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Table Grade Olco
; PORK DRESSED NEW YORK DRESSED SUGAR
CHi iENS.49FRitRS{ ; POUND E3 / JUICE I NUMAID35c
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fW Tliurs.-Fri..s.... CANS .
( ; : "A" Qnick-Fro u* SMi iM.fI New York Dressed : 5 POUND 5''C tll3 y-7'-I i"p
NDKL. : MONTKSPINACH r BAG
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Average 5 lo 8 Pounds( 1 lb I NO.2. 14 C TAPIOCA
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IN CARTON ... I[J I : ''ci I <.... _-a.--. .. .---.....--.'.----."'".'--::,i.-..: -0...-.- '--' -- 3 KrgiilitrIIITKHOUM 1.arl.tr.r.. 2lcExlnt I
Grade "A" E G G S dozen.C i II'I SOLIUM lure Natural 1 S "- : -: SltimJiirtlTOMATOES
IAIU.I;!>: tillli'1'i' ,l) '
._._ 'I. SweetNEW APPLE
runt: ": S S1I.UUICINI I N S 0 2 Vin. 2 _O* ,
NU-MAID: 69 f1 LARD 29cWESTERN I Grape I-i; in .x
IN CARTON I'a Si\.UCE :;r11H H.tiill
2Ibs.. . .. U a Juice J :!
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PORK) and
GOVERNMENT GRADED "A" BEEF POUND 33c 303
: PKG. . 35cNo. . . .lOc 1 BEANS

Chuck ROAST 49cUr t _-' -' ... .' FULL QUART .- i - '.. 0-- ---..- .<.__."..,.." _-' .-:_.-. 2
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PIG FEET-NECK BONES . . Ib.25cH --PRODUCE.J! : MONTE
Strained Chopped All Grinds

LIVER..1k39cIRUTTER:: I I BROOKFIELD. .lb.89cB I flil"rlla LEMONS St1CIST! . 2 DOL iIl.4ZI4 35c 3 for 2 for COFFEE

CORN I FED 27c 27c
WESTERN PORI{ ROAST . . lb. 49c 3 s"'rlr Kitt! t

TROPICAL "4 F5 YllFlOWER lb. 15c NBISCOOREO

PLUS $89JCETSTONE Crisp. ) Cookies i pound49c
BEER PER CASE 64e.
Bottle Deposit 3
CELERY . 2 1ge. Stalks 13c 2.Small Packages: 2ic .
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GRAPE .JUICE o s ltd.,' 35c3 3A I ONIONS . 2 Ibs. 27c EGGS GRADE "A"--IN CARTOnS LACE SHIPPED I)OZCIl 5rLtI

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I.AYflJIAV: Wfl

/t TOMATO JUICE ,16-Oz.tiN 17c RUTABAGAS . lb. 6c BAKE-RITE NEW CREAMY-SMOOTH Sl..rl..., 3 I'rrrrurl $109

Garden Gilt EARLY JUNE No. 2 Size CAMPBELL'S TOMATO ,,
B BDel "'- :: 7;'.f""; :!:: jt.tt-: .. :-
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food .r..le 1--IlG1iFI'KG
n.l OATMEAL COOKIES JI [ 32c
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BORDEN'S EVAPORATED MILK 3 CANS uu 39c a I Crosse&Blackwell W. Hope To Have Round Steak LB. 79c
I SWEET ORANGE Ja t Ill() l\'C ANOTHER CHECKING ..
CAMPBELL'S 16-Oz.Size S ) COUNTER, (.rtnlr I" .'t/III'I"'II flairFrorrt 21 ...llr. \\1"
I Manual 1I I C..(,)1\I READY This Week :
FORK and BEANS . .2 27c & so as to give our
cans 16-0z. ? Hath Sire llc customers r.f 0 r.EJar
I 2.c( Bar Prompt S'rT'' FRYE RS Dr..d & Diawnl.7 LB. 65
KITCHEN (
Adoiphuc r ncr Long GrainTOWELS In Box
r roll 19c) I RICE)( : 2 Ibs. 4lr, lalmolj\'l l ', Hc"kbl FRUZE1,0",1 ft..W"IBORDEN"S (.rtul- '. ,1" In;,:",

Maine! SARDINES i'I1I1. .. ... . .2 cans 25cLarge I I, Regular Package S''AI)\"L1'1 31c' Bar A!.+ular. SOI Sire), ) .tOC 11.0x.CUT(CORN:(GOLDEN)I 23l' Chuck Roast t . LB. 53c !

Package! KITCHEN Package .
SUPER>> SUIS..33c) : )",,,,;:. Trailer .It >
: CLEANSER..3 1 I: cans ]Lk EUU\'S IAQLJU ?ASKMERF BOUQUET. ... ,
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; STARUIAl. Forteoolt BEE A I
}iwR11dr'r', t LIMAS LOVER I . LB. 49
CALIFORNIA WINES . or. 97c (I' 19c n;' ) i1 0a' I Ir
... aUt l'n'.t"o: f 11)O.f.11
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GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLESYELLOW hLEACU.PUREX 1 t Soap I\\dc, ( :. Ur"))EAIIES i.j1:t I;..nuzl t,\ Cottage Cheese LB 19cI

LARGE SUGARLOAF 2 QB1.IUut n "ulu 0 J llrrintin'sCold '. ..
2..c( 16-0z. hwrlt-' IIrUHH" 1 iMIrH
ONIONS Ihs 27c PINEAPPLES ea., 29c pi/ockge Package 2 JC"AJAX" I
Cuts FRANKS
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