The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00508
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00508
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Key West. Florida;, has the ,. .Died Press Day Wire, .1'

country most range equable of only with 14'climate an Fahrenheit average in the m'1' 11' r 1K.ey', ..est (!!it.t"J!r' ..+ 68 Iatesd ea Years,and*-Photo Devoted*! Key Senrices!to West the I .


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ERPRcccives Slot Machines I

TTM-V"" r? r- Shriners .
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Praise From Seized; Three I :

.16 Nations1;I! Men Arrested ArrivingL ere :

1 GAMBLING DE- For CeremonialIllustrious

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II Several slot machin
PARIS, April 16.-Ilcpresentatlves were !I'
seized and three men were arrested j Potentate HIGH SCHOOL FOIl 1
of the 16 nations of western I}
I last night Police Lt. I
Europe that will be benefited by by
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Harry Lee Baker as part of the j PROGRAM I; BANQUET 1i:
tI.) Marshall held
Plan a meeting
city's effort i
to clean up the d* j !
today in the Hall: of Peace to apIMtinl I II I I I legal gambling devices. I Ii 1'OIORRONIGln'

| committees to assist in the I i Those arrested were Juhn Pa-1 '
pros,", distribution of supplier' ,., zoo who allegedly;: operated two I By airplane and ear hundredsof

ent from the United States. machines seized at a room in j the members of Mahi Temple'
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Three thousand persons were ,4. back of the Drum Bar in Division'street. of the Shriners from Miami, West

present. strer t.. .Paw Jives. at- 1026 White j I| Palm Beach, fort LaudenUe and

The representative readily Clarence Crusts; of 1[n>3 Duvall i a Hollywood .began drifting mlu I II
tame to an accord about the distribution .AP I..Irtp.to: street who. allegedly;; operated;; r Key West early today.

and signatures were MOTORMAN BILL LEWIS grins happily in bringing the first load of"coal from the Montour No. 9 some devices at Club IW). The 3e Long before the starting of the

affixed' to an agreement; mine at McDonald. Pa. at the end of the'29-day pension strike. Miners in Montour ended the 1 cabinet containing the machines ceremonial at the Key Wet High
became locked when it was lie- ..
A motion was made and unanimously strike shortly after UMW Chief John L. Lewis'announced that his union and the mine operators School; all the Shriners, numbering
foe taken from
Club 109( and had
adopted to end a resolution had agreed on the pension plan for aged miners. not been opened up to edition in excess of 1.000 will have

to the United States . _ i r 1
government time.' It'M there arrived Key West
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,. thanking it for its de- from to three machines i I
H in This morning Treasurer C. Norman
ri>ion to help western Europe: to : 'Havana the cabinet.
regain its economic feet.It 'I I Willie Saunders who was ar- Howard: of Mahi i Temple and
was pointed out by several Noble R. B. MuHoy chairman of
i i rested at 700 Duval street in the ;
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Ui t will di given Mid conditions RECONSIDER i I THrrf machines were seized by ] f Children arrived here from .
an now at an acute -itaco. There : ) Lt. Baker at the address.All Miami by.irpl..ne.. They were .,
To ))
err diottasrs: of foodstuffs and : : Slay r) Days three of the men were released I immediately .taken. to Casa Mar-
UMlcriaU. The >eakers said that : ___
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PALESTINE ACT when bond of $100 each ] jnaa Hotel I
It was the sense of the representative were scheduled Ft. Later in the Illustrious Io- i
!j Six visiting: firemen from the posted.: They are day
of the 16 nations that the ; City of Havana arrived in Key lw be arraigned this afternoon in tentate Harry C. Ebright,. Chief
.. rt-haHilitutkm program! willre : InOl! teal Of 1'urlilioiiin:.k ; Municipal Court on charges of Rabban Hiram Btakey. High
.1 li:) iThabiiitair. wotciii t.u- : West this morning by airplane having gambling paraphernalia I Priest and Prophet Russell HOMS-

ri>>ne. ,. j from the Island Republic and in their Rabban Davis
That Hoiinlry, UiiileilIN'alions ; Fire Trucks Run j possession.Each ton. Assistant Sam :
I I will. be guests or leading::: firemen of the three men pleaded : \...,. Oriental Guide R Henry I
i of the city for three days. guilty; when arraigned before i Baldwin, and Recorder RobertC.
To Set Up ; .,,., :
I Tcntpcralnrcs7iM j! ..._ I Into Heavy lain.I Hosts of the group of Havana Judge: Hilary Allure in Munici- I ) '.- Booth accompanied by their,
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firemen are Fire Chief Leroy :
Trtl i I..C-hiJt! pal Court this afternoon and were wives will arrive in. special
AJ4. E.S.T. iI i i I Torres of Key West, Chief Harry I fined $50 and costs each. The I I : ;,''; airplane from Miami.

I IH> The A..MM-lalr4 Prr*.. City firemen- .Were called at I II (, Bakes of the Submarine Base machines will be held until the: I E .. ..,,<... John N. Wallace deputy >u-
NEW 16. Unit 2:15: "-to put out a and Chief Robert Bethel of Boca /: ..
SI.tion- ; YORK April I a. m. ,today 1( I court can find the law under F t-- premc council of Pennsylvania,
Atlanta 57 ; ed Nations at a session to behold I! small fire thert,started in a truck ;j 1 1 Chica Naval Air Station. Assistant ; which they may be confisested.j I J '>-j will be principal speaker at ".3Q

liillingi 42 I InarmniJham A'onday, intends to recon I'I at Petronia end Puval sircets.As ',' West Chief John Charles Spottwood of;j Police Chief Joseph Kemp said . .... -',. p. m. banquet at Caa Marina
Key Capt. Cermata
. 46.Di.rnark .. cider its decision to partition [ firemen tumett round to go I II I' and Lt. Fermin Vidal. I i today that the operators of all .... .. . : / Hotel tomorrow night M the
28 Palestine between Jews and Ar- I I back to theirfatiohs: they ran Arrived here from Havana are j; slot machines in the city had .,, I .;." .:f closing event in the ceremuesni-
I := been warned several times to '"' i; 'I' \ Tomorrow afternoon at 2
Itriskxty... 5--- 44 ;abs. --.je;;. ; - ,'into a- heavy'rainrall.: It fell so Captain Jose I lcsaa. and Firemen 1 : .:' .. .
that decisionwas I the devices. The arrests # t; .< o'clock the Shrinew will part
Last 29 barely remove
Buffalo __ hard that:they puW see .
r : SlCharle -t Jose Hucrta, Thomas : ' .
Taco- 1 followed an investigation: by Lt. .... 4 through the street to the High
tol.g reached and since then there the_roadway- V-> eonto, and JUaouel PcEcz: ..Thay. {: :; '" .
L- tJ I 'l.;. 1'1f'havertoeen clashes".be. f I Baker of all the places in the School attdttoenutn teer.N ran*
repeated :
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1 .. ; will stay at No. 3 Fire House ARRIVING HERE TODAY for the ceremonial ot be held tomorrow
: tween Arabs and city known to have operated monial initiating upward: f SrI
Jews with .. ,
approximately .nI W WIUW11WIplUIptUUQWUWfWHWlIUIf10.I
Ch..1nwn ; . ...=. .. -. 43 during their visit here. afternoon will be Illustrious Potentate Harry C. Ebrightof
i arid several them. / candidates is scheduled to a.-
2.500 killed '
Corpus Christl 57 i thousands wounded.The Also entertaining the visitors ; City Manager Ralph D. Spalding Mahi Temple and the elective divan of the Shriners. I place.
Denver 44 : will be Assnstant Chief Raymond .
UN will consider the estab- LINDSEYMotor ;: said today that he regardedthe -- - - -- ----- I The parade will start at Whilehead
Ivormea of Boca Chira and
Dl-troil 53
l--hmcnt: of a trusteeship in Pal- arrests as being in line with r and Eaton street, then pro-
Firemen Frank V u'ela. Enrique President Of
Mrs. G.II.
F.I Paso 53 I Thomson .
estine, under the direction of a. Gato Iludolph Bozo. Uogclio the city's policy of not permit- ceed to Duval street' thence t.
.. Galveston 603JaekMrnvtlle ; :UN commission. Ekl'.h Jewish Co. S tingsuch gambling: machines to Division street to White strt-et.
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6.j, and Arab leaders oppose the pro- I'j f fUsed' Garcia and Peter. Pore/: !j:i be operated here. ; ) Tliis i 'I to the high school.At .
KEY WEST 75L i Entertainment will include a PhilippinesDies I jDicd Morning g' 2:30: p. m. there will Ie ..
7S; posal. j: Car Dealers tour of the city dinner anddances. j I
Key West Airport I drill White street +
; The reconsideration will take fancy on ju-t
,l.ua Ang.lcs 53: ; place on the recommcnUation of j Duvat I Death In Jungle Suddenlyltr ( ( : Mi.Gladys, Hcthcringtonj off Division( street by the Main
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I..ouiavillc 451MiOAmi $ the United States which 404 I j Thomson, 57. 1 125 Von Phiotcr. Patrol under the dtrection i of
changj j
70 I I I! KUALA LUMPUR Malaya.- < A..Militp4 lrr..>' Capt Haynwnd A. Williams.
ed its former stand for the Partitioning Next Jo La Concha Hotel street. door| at 7 o'rl'K-k. this: in rnIPK -
Minneapolis 38 of Palestine. j I Plaslic i I AP). Man-eating ticrs;; and MANILA' April 10' Manuel m the Key Wc.t Munripal There is "to be a M hLsmructrip
Memphis 461 i I TELEPHONE 501 i ( Nu-1o j il'hcr wild animals killed an Uoxa.55.; president "f the Philippines 1I...plhl. for the lathes startm at UJ .

New Or leans 53, I I! AUTO PAINT 1| average of four persons a monthin died of a heart attack last I Funeral strvkes will lie tvnc N..w York 4t,,Albert Vital] !|i Roy's Key West Auto Parts Malaya last year, says the night in (the American Anlwic rtctl t'nnnorrow by ChaplainPaul cocktail party at CAM Manna
N...r..lk 53.intake ,' i CHEVROIET-1948 121 Duval St. Phone 442 Malayan Federation government: Hospital in Luzon I Travis in the chapel of the Hotel with Mrs. Frank SdtMoMk--
/ 511I"'I Died Tuesday Black.: Fleetmaster 4-Door Sedan The Philippinttfli *;.: 1 Lopr*: Funeral Hine. The body in charge.At .

l nsari.la ".. 65: ( | Radio .t- Heater W. W. i I IMIII 1 i William and I ..tnrkcnvith a hr.1 t ..tl;" I k;: :.!h"I', will \fie ,_rnl to Miami for cteinalioii. 6:43: p. In. there will b.-...'
Tires Not Broken In - I' concert Cams Marina Htel
band at
I.ok.t": 47St I I tlWOOd PlaCe ly after he offcrvH a pl-r'; IJf'- i.l
AUiert Vital. 50. .1.,1 l Tii'Jav.1 j| : :. S Fleming Sts. I .,. with the direction: of AWM
. LIlis 55 BUICK-1947 'intlt': tl ur'.ihlr f.. h" liflwerii hi: M" Th' niM/ i leaves a son.
in HITIT.. S. Naval II*.pilal. / > .... A. Schaefer. Miami director of(
52 John W Thnin of Kc- West.
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San Antonio Black Special Scdanctte R XKintry and thr United Stitt-
.rt'rn."n j I I I
The |KKV K iH-mp rent this AiithorizrtlHealer the band.
San 'llInc.iM'u 56f ) He ..11.(1 aftt-i i anfl ;i r c.nykJug
dio Healer While .
I Seattle 48Ti :; ( 'n l St. Paul.& Minn_funerals by the I! Tires-- Low Mileage- I'I DANCEIAmerican .I I>> ._ '|.>('-(-' In etffn-f-r: amt l nn-n| of f tiinti.I >.'I I t ii."u I" ..r N..tt y..:t. After the banquet there u .It!
I 591Tamp. Lopez Funeral Home for I I I .OSJlD IKa Chanter concert at 1'a**
llahaa.cc Slalt13th" An K-M. '
+ G4Ii services anxl I burial. CHEVROLET1946Flcetline Open TilJ 10 P.M.-Ph. 866 (2 J Manna Hotel starting at 9 p m
ChvMriaib. fll. Iiiortiliturtt
I at -I th"UJ.:1I1:
45 Mr. Vital was a veteran of AU9 Sedan White I PALACE THEATER (Continued On Page Eight
< due I" fatigiic
i W..hincton I was ;
World War 2 and will be buriedwith Rims Radio Heater In Legion Home ..
; R' xas, wh was barn nn N vVp.tr'.s I I I
I ...&....._......w i military honors. Perfect Condition STOCK ISLAND POOR OLD CRAIG day. (I8t2. will to:- <-\\< Don (Red) Barry and
Lynn Merrick
FORD-1947 I .-.x : MOTOR TUNE-UP ; low Weekly Summer Rates Black Super,. DLun' 4 Poor Ii rat's''Y Division SERVICE at Francis STATION Phone 9134IVOW f-J"i. i it"", '.JJo NEWS:. I':1: and t1ii-s.SHORTS'': JR.: BRADY'SLIVE
GAS Sedan Radio Excellent Con ranwK tl In.Ift poi aft r
SAVES -- -
j: Smith Auto Service Now in effectFiuN dition Low Mileage Sain nifty! Nigh IN STOCK. ?xa, had (hewed 1 lw Am-!unit. ( ) Poultry & Egg Market
; for Na\ I'ersoinirl Twin Cylinder 7.9 Horsepower An Force, !h..>t.
Phone 5 ) 1211 Whit Street Phone $40
' Whit. at Fleming St. FORD-1947 CHAMPION ,
I A ttne1,1 f giif '1.1 '1\ CELOTEXWALLyLAN
I Army Barracks OppStationr.Bus 4-Door Music by , We Invite You to Compac
Opposite ... CENTRAL HOTEL i Maroon Super peLuxe I'hilippmfs ." IK Afrnl's .r nl. I'-
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....... Outboard Motors\ end Prices
Sedan Radio : Above Average I THE THREE SHARPS tUMth !p'I! ;".1 II.r K Qualify
- I Condition CPU h.ei IMI i ,In 1 ..i'tIn I ':: ,,,1.,. Florida Grade "A-A" Medium

.........e.. .... e...1 MERCURY-1942 from VIMTill I :UI{ 188s ( ., ; mis EGGS Do*. S9c

DANCETONICHT. FOR SALE j Beautiful New Green Paint I BUS SERVICE EVERY HOUR Also in Stock-4.2 h.p. Champion STRlK 1.1 MRER YVRD Florida GradeAA" Large

t White Wall Tires! New Transmission i Outboard Motors SI27.OO 17li{ TELEPHONE 816TWINS"GARAGE EGGS Dox. 69c
O'CLOCK TIL I '47 DeSoio Club Coupe Engine Has Under- "'- .Florida Dressed and Drawn
4-Door" . ... FRYERS
47 Chevrolet Fleetmaster. gone Major" Overhaul This -=:- ::--::--:: I Batterr-RaisMl
MUSIC '46 Hudson. 6-Cylinder 4-Door Week A Superb Quality Car II I I Florida Dressed and Drawn
'47 Dodge. 4.Door Milk-Fed ROASTERS
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JOHN PRITCHARDand CADILUC-1942 "liunmiirins . I
by '
42 Dodge Club Coupe I . .. .,
HIS ORCHESTRARAUL'S 61 li:: l iilrvrl pa. la Our Poultry Is Received ALIVE
Club Coupe Two-Tone Beige-Green -
I II 4% Plymouth
I 40 Plymouth. 4.Door Series 4-Door Sedan Fully j HE-OPENING 1 ,tutu U"l'an.tainlinl; {, and Dressed Daily

46 Chevrolet 4-Door i Equipped ll I LOT AT EATON AND f.ritBlHr Ail* fart fr All fan ,,
ON I CHEVROLET-1947 i ii I
1 STREETS OR of theConcha ;; -- -- --
CLUB DUVAL i i Blazing Red Ha1} -Ton Thrift I -
i On the Boulevard by the Airport> Opposite 1 j master Pick-Up'Truck Al- I

'I PHONE_ : 9287 or 1135-1: 1 .NAVARRO..e.........Inc......BusStatit'n.......1 t l>I most NewDODGE1946 la Hotel ii i r I S Yt II & Fender

--- I Body Repairs
, 1 -- I II I i a
Black Half-Ton Pick-Up Truck

I ; 'COMPLIMENTSTo 1\ : 11 t I I Mechanically Perfect. COFFEE SHOP I dft I./nlpli'ti'| l PAINT SHOP and DRYING ROOMNO

the CLEKKS; and INSPECTORS and I I.f1.L Tudor Sedan Good Motor .

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dition Good Throughout Con April 17. 1948 :c
In the ;ilU, g Places May-tth sidering Eighteen Years of

YOU are rendering a distinct public service and I believe Constant UsageI \ your sH-oit-f i with liner footle, quirk, oourand ELECT GUARANTEED

of Monroe appreciate the I _>* .. ..'rice eleanlinra I
that ALL .! the p* pl County re- !' !, [Ilr..dOlllinatin".

.....ibUatr your appointments ALTON entail.""DulchGOEHRING.. I "Featuring l ,duality \\ r p''r\t'11 I you ItI'forc- hope Io again. 1 Mc r 1tTiY': I Itjf.WEAn I MONROE MOTORS, Inc.

For SHERIFF of Monroe County. III Used Car Only""NO LA CONCHA HOTEL.J. .

, 11'ald. IWlel.al Ad.erli..m.ntl TRADE-INS REQUIRED' I D. McAndrews. Manager. t &1'' i 1101), t'hit.street Telephone. 723

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VOTE for- -JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD-For Sheriff-To Be Able To Vote You Must ;-Registered Before April 17th

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: ICgn 33festrabll Qit n MAY BACK DOWN 1 Phone Rates 1 WILL YOU SMILE? I Constance oannes. Model!, Is "OldFashioned" I If Bill Shands hasexperience -

.h 4 Daily Except Broody b7 I
a L P. AJTOtAJU OWSMV and PBhltakerSORMAS Whether or not President Truman or An Opening } ,
D. ARTMAX....!-- Ha..cer To Be Raised f Girl; Cooks Too !
.a. his advisors rforce .
immense a
Tool The Cttlxen BnlKtlns approve an I 1 i the
Aaa Street.
'Only eer Dally.e Newspaper cr.en. t n Key West and. The Citizen believes that the House of In 27 Cities Probable I I .

I ... .J oar_ Cot Representatives acted widely yesterday "No girl* says Constance Joannes.John Robert Powers model. "U '

I ::- petered at Key West. Florida aa second e.... matur A college graduate. the day really a glamour garb unless she shines In the kitchen u well, as on our state needs
when its members approved a bill that provides TALLAHASSEE... April 15 after commencement swaggeredinto II the cover of a magazine. I spend a good deal of time In my J kitchen t tN

'MEJl1Ir.K. OrTHB ASSOCIATED! PRESS billion million to construct -(FNSK-By a 2-to-l order of making my aTOrit4ian., which bsAmerieaa Lobster:' I'
I $198
The Aametated Preen Is exclusively entitled to the State Railroad bank and asked to see the
and Public j
t.are it for or reproduction not otherwise of all credited news In dispatches this paper credited and a 70-group air arm of striking power. Utilities Commission, increases {i president. He was. told to wait in JIiiiiii.!! : '- American LobsterS 1 1I I

I =. also th* local new published here. It should be apparent to anybodythat ranging up to $1.25 a month in i an anteroom where a small boy t S lobetersollr oatana ; j II

SCBSCIUPTIOY: RATES if we have war with Russia, a coun- telephone rental rates of 27 f was chewing gum. ; f oil 2 cma of whole tomatoes .

l s-r" One Tear, _-S1S.SO' .00 Central Florida exchanges of the *-Boy; he -said, after bit, "do I +: (Jar iz peopUl I I
MX Months try 6,000 miles from the United States, Florida! Telephone Corporation T I
, . Three Months you know if there's an opening .Q' Here's bow I make it:" Cut tnrM.lobsters In halt ;
t->n. oath our greatest! striking force will be the air- were granted last week The in the bank for a college graduate {
I ",..kIT .2bT order affects about 13,000tele II ro..' j leaving sheDs on. fry, in: on> 'oil with cut-up
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.. -.e plane in those stages of the fighting before .
ADVERTISING! RATE phone subscribers. 1 i onions Add two cans;of:vhole- tomato (A glass//

': Made, Known on Application our ground forces can go into action Commissioners Jerry W. Carter r Marseille is located on the site i y of white wise may be add 4 r ariQaTor If desired 'i j'o

". STECIAC Jf OT1CB'. against Soviet and Wilbut C. King agreed the :! s 1 1I
r troops. of ancient Greek Massalia. : Like an food cooks. Miss Joannes Bares every
AH retain notices, card. of thanks, resolutions increased rates were I
necessaryand :
= of respect obituary nvticee, poems, etc.. :will be With that mammoth airforce, atom Commissioner Richard A. I Constance drop of used fats. 'The'WOt'lcl is terribly short of
charged for at (cent A line. Joannes Yital rata and cat" Mym Connie "our government
Notice* for entertainment by churches tram which. and other types of bombs can be rainedon Mack < :sented. The order raised 1
I' needs every drop that is not eaten, and it's real kitchen thrift to Mil f 7
a revenue to be derived are 6 rents a'line.The the rates at Ocala. Leesburg, Eu-
Citizen is an open foruu and invites, ducussi -' Russian territory. It has been said many n of public Issue and subjects of local or .
ii times in history that Russia is too big a Dade :\'K>TH Jl UK'IAL. <'IR'I pI --- - ---
i ar general interest but it wUl not publish anonynou City Mount Dora Kissi- IT UK THR KTATK OF FLMUIU4. -t ---r; : '

comoiuaications. country to overcome effectively that mmee, Apopka, Tavares, Cler- lA0, FHtU' 4iOKOE4'Ot'Tl' .' "the Great WhiteWay I In September, 1947, the average .
1 was said before the atom bomb was pro- mont Umatilla, Bushnell Wildwood CaMtr >.. 11-aVSM ," as a synonym for Broad- worker in the average Arne,
t I St. Cloud, Crystal River LOTJSE MART MATBERRY, ( way, is supposed to have been ican manufacturing plant had
ii IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I duced. That bomb can lay waste all of Alachua, G r 0 vel and. High Ylainltv DIVORCE coined in 1901 by O. J. Guile, an takehome pay of $50.42-a record .,
} i ; I the cities in Russia, large and small, and Springs Wilhston Hastings Inverness Crescent Jasper City CHARLES VrHlfSt Defendant.OHURH 3lAniittacs.. I advertising man t high at that time. "

completely demoralize surviving Russians, .K PI'B .t 'ATIO\ -- --- - -- - - -- --- '- -- - - ---
Mayo, Lake Butler and White *
:; 1. More Hotels and Apartm ts. two bombs demoralized the TO ... r.rrrrww.rrwwwwwwwwwrwwwwwwwrww.w.w.Political .
... as atom Jap- Springs. rnarl Waalenrlo lal"WrrT.t'
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. '.R s DMrfth.

r .:' 3. Ah'ports-Land and Sea. anese. ....................... .:New Fleet York IVu..u>t,..Office.New York. Announcements -The' .1/a/i For TIp Jolt

t '- 4. Consolidation of County and Russia seems determined to go to war I TOM are. hereby required to appearto

@ I City Governments. with the United States. We should be prepared -i. Radio Programs you the in Hill the above for Divorce styled flied reuse against on ttr DEMOCRATIC c PRIMARY, MAY 4, 1948

i 5. Auditorium. before the 13th: day of May A. IIMS. :. i BiIIASHANDSu;
: Community !
to strike telling blows against her ... ....... .. W. A. ( )
.S.S.C.SS.C....SC.C..e otherwise i the aU HCali<>n r -
within 30 to 60 days after hostilities be- .I Jainel. therein will hr taken an run.tensed. > ---F: i
t ..: r GovernorCOLIN i For County Commissioner
gin, in the event that they do begin. Onlya NETWORK PROGRAMS I Florida tone and this Ordered llth day at..f Kev April.West A. ENGLISH I' Fifth District

J 'MONOGRAPH I few days. ago, a high Russian official YIae..1e ea era ......r., Few .M.tnl I). IS4S : EDNEY PARKER i
.IRCI.fT "Ot'RT F.\(4))
UB j told German youths in Saxony that the -.. Umtti attract tw* r Row (" Sawyer For Governor :
-: Walter W4. Winchell ".n. 9.m. Ural .uti.M ck.ac. 'lerk of Orrnit Court. I
Marshall Plan meant war with Russia.To hu .f rtUy t. at l....l Mk4.'- I'.j: Kathleen NoltaKe.l DAN. McCARTYFor County Commissioner :
New York, N. Y. 1- 11..te .paa c'a.,.. a.. -.nt"lrrk. j I Fifth District I
... the great credit of congress, for eel be I.cl..." Enrique OwibinaMo Jr. I ;
Walter !
Dear Attorney for Plaintiff PARRISH
I W. A.
C once it has acted wisely in beginning to apr.l-23-3: : : b:may?.1J4Si Governor I Nu ..!*<* i! mlii* HILL
Pardon the presumption of inform- ]FRIDAY APRIL W. A. SHANDS
prepare for war before it comes. In both U \ THE CIHCI'rr roi HT OK THR I i For Superintendent : SII\( ;\US.) IrMMrHaliilrf -** I.
ing you that you erred in attributing the first and second world Evening .:I..a KNTH .IIUU'1 'I. .IH('t IT..1 (BILL) 1 u
wars, we were Public Instruction
the quotation: "Com I:00-Nrw. R oort. 15 Mln.-nbc OK THK !VTTK OK KIOKIIIt. I, ) }'
to Shakespeare in state of Newscast EverY Day-cb l> \\t KOR MONHOR (Ol\T\. WILLARD ALBURY
unpreparedness particularlyin M.
For State Comptroller
I. parisons are odious. That statement Network: Silent Hour-abc-east IN II% CFH i Nor fc hi* 3'titil"' a* a
Kiddies Hour ( ran \ flaw: f'
the first of those wars, when we began repeat -abc-wet EDWIN C. FRASER
\ was made by several poets and, writers, Network Silent (1 h,3mbs.ea.tKiddies p.oPo: : J.'.-\:; .I.\kt'ftS Plaintiff,,,, I For Superintendent tat l...'(' .11)14-tell. , ,
hostilities. Now we will be ready when frepeat>-mbs-wcs*

r the first of whom was John, Fortescu. the starting is fired. e:15-SportsHiMle Time-nba vs.LaVKRNK 31ARC1iuAsKs.1)efrndant uitoiirKBRITK For State Comptroller Public Instruction i!I Xor i""*. hi. abftk* at!* a

.. wrote "Comparisons are gun United Nations Report-cbs: (Incumbent) HORACE O'BRYANTFor
Shakespeare : However, The Citizen believes that 1:30 Jean McKenna. Sonc-rbc-east \OTICR TO tPPRtltTr I I i rail'' ner rl....*.J-Ii
odorous." not "odious." I Lum and Abner repeat-cbs-we* : C. M. GAY
.r the Russian leaders, convinced that we 6:45-Newscast by Three.-nbc Ftr.1.a.V..rnp. :Marrhhanka.2S : Superintendent I J.'if4"t.
ORACLE. Lowell Thomas: (repeat U-cba :! \\ .., !Street,
THE are ready to strike powerful blows against 7:00-Sur-oer Club-nbc-basle ...-...-...ni'?. South varolinaou i| For Circuit Court Judge I of Public Instruction I

Russia will back down Russian leaders The Beutab Show-cbo ar h Tl>\ required to appear i| (Group One) MELVIN E. RUSSELL
as News and Comtnentarr ab to the Hill for Itivorie filed againsty'tr I I .
Plsrii has bad bu
I Ml a -<
Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mb In the above styled cause on orhifore I I WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN in.i
have backed down time before.
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:.. many a the 15th: day f 1IaA. I:: I i
DIFFICULTIES For Member School Board !i plea at die head .! ilia"n;
HELICOPTER 7.15-Newn and Comment-nbe 194S. otherwise the allegations I .-..n- I

Jack Daily Smith Cnmrnentarv and Sane-abe-cbs tainnl]. therein will IM- taken ax rwnfenMei i i For Circuit Court Judge I i Second District 'i nwM ill tsry ,.....

The real hope of the world lies in men News: Dinner Date-mb lw>ne and Orilrre at Key Nest, | Croup 7 (Monroe County) i GERALD H. ADAMS '
The nation's first scheduled commercial Trio ., .. II 1. tiwl has a/Twed. .
of !good will scattered the I :38-MarY Osbom -nbc rid. this lath: day or Aprilw. f 'I1f.-n
throughout [ Incumbent i
Bob Crosb,'. Cub-cbc |t. |- 4HCIRCriT.
helicopter line has completed six world and not confined to any one area. Lone Ranker Draira-abe ( ("(l'RT SEAL) [ AQUILINO LOPEZ, JR. i For Member School Board I It I liters alMt1Y i6 Iila.. ....-
J. rmb I
Henry Tayk> Russ C Sawyer.'
month* of flying regular routes in its business 7:45-Kahenborn Commert bo '''.r* of Cir.".it Court I t Second District : Loa ....... Sit TIIIIaILrairHill

Ed Morrow News-cbs By: (...t) Florence E. Sawyer. .
I, *_ limited to carrying mail between Los HISTORIC APRIL Sports Coment-tnbsOO l.enutClerk. . I For State Attorney I ALLAN L. HAMPTON : filaRi Asa em e to .41. ,

I I : -Pml LavaDe Melady-nbcFannv Enrique Evquinalilow. JrAttorney "... "..... ."."... .. GLENN C. MINCER i .
lor ..Ia niifr. \ Expcru-avr tu Uir .fa ii i
11ft pt-u
Angeles municipal airport and the roof of '
The month of April has long been as- Man Bobs Detedl.beT.lte Comedy
\ the downtown pastoffice and transporting sociated with the wars of the United States, a Number Qui 3-mblJO I Fourth District
t .
: -Can Too Top This-nba
( letters from Los Angeles to some forty: but it also brings the anniversary of some DanDy Thomas Show-cb* ri.Ij\: KNTII .IIUU" %.. ('IH('I IT: For State Attorney j I! JULIO CABANAS, JR.

suburban-communities in the surrounding other rather important events.It This Leave IB It F.BL to Girls Drama--mb;-abe ,, Kltl.TTK l\: %\U OK KOH I'I.OH'I'MO\KOK .'01....NT.\\*..:1' WEBSTER G. WALLACEFor j I[ For Member School Board U.- ..... .Isrr1 1l.r : lwr.o .

I is the of the IB-J'h-e: Minutes News-cba ., Case \.. 1I34eEILEF.N .. .. .. ivhe
country.' anniversary beginningand Billy Rose Comment-tnb. -,7t M4KU4RKT. KAt..1f.\SX. State Representative. \. Fourth Distr c\ PF''l I.Prt s.-

; the end of the War Between the States ;00-People AT* Funny-nbc Plaintiff. For i
Postal officials are pleased with the MOl'lfan-Amecbe-Lancfor V.iliRt'R. : 4TIO\ I Re-nomination > ISADORE WEINTRAUBi <;< .>rilrH4M+l ( I ) IM aFH4'iNIWr
I which began on April 12, 1861, in Charleston Break the Bank-abe IIP.SRJOIIS KAI KiUVN.OIIIIKII BERNIE C. PAPY i
performance of the whirling-blade ma- Gabriel Beatter. Co:ment-mbe e.t tl'Ir SMPIf
I..r..ndant. Court
For Clerk of Criminal |
Harbor ana ended four years later, on 0 15: tNewi Broadcast-mbs: OK PI HI.K'.\TION I I
t ;chioe which has moved some 25,000,000 f:30-Lyman Waltz Time-nbe TO For State Representative :i C. SAM B. CURRY III | tlal. Ih'tNIr1. +I4fiit. ((2)
April 9th, at Appomattox. It also gives us, Ozzie and Harriet-cbs Henrv John Kaufmann S K. :IiI'|
Apiece" of air mail and has completed nine- The Sherif Dr.ma-abo ,e7Sl1:! 1 MILTON A. PARROTT I t'.I;, I+I )twe :4. +. II i.ws.sIwrff
f on the 6th, the anniversary of the declara- II For Clerk of Criminal Court
Information Pleasembs155FiveMinute :v S. Mercnrv: AKS 20! ,
ly-nlne per cent of its scheduled flights. .. (Mickey)
rlo KWt' P..I-I offi.., Flee. 44.4e'. Sl'IMir
. .
tion of war upon Germany in 1917, when Sportsabc10:00The New: York N. Y. I HARRY DONGO /
Kn the downtown
>m airport to Los!' An- : Mystery Theater-nbe ,
the of the United States carried its You are hrrrhv miuiml to apprtrlo !
destiny Dinah Shore Show cbs
"VHe.*. the helicopter takes ten minutes Boxing Ac Sports Show-aba She, hill ?( Complaint, for tlivnrtf For State Representative j i For Supervisor of

.:h..no an automobile would take an hour. armed forces across the Atlantic. Meet the Press-mbs10.3O the xth in..ljof,the. above 11"i, sltlwl>. ",4"cause. otherwise on-::1 TOM O. WATKINS j! Registration B.M Tlhi.tir l IMMM .... *.....1\ I.iKcal lot

connection with other it : -Bdl Stern Sports-nba | the allegations Ih..reinIII l b e .
In titrm
wars toH marael nsd.
Spike Jones R.ue-cbs I JOHN ENGLANDi
Nevertheless taken
the helicopter line haslMn a" onfr..rt.
Tex Beneke Band-mba This ord..r l lo .ttf ...'; ''>_! .. .. i .
should not be overlooked that President i> .n.week o For Sheriff j is t'* MM lr Stall .tltbs l out.I
in the red. Its only source of revenue 10'45-Pro and Coo Talksnbe11:00News for four ron tern live week, I !
McKinley, on April 11, 1898, called upon : : .,. Variety 2 hrs.-nbe In The Key tryst Citizen. ala a.wspaimr FRED O. EBERHARDT ; Judge Juvenile Court .11.r lM..I4 . Ilaknnutopradil. ,
has been carrying mail at $1 a mile. This News. Varh-tT. Dance! 2 hrs-cba published in Key. Nest. "'I..ri- DAVID E. McCURDY
Congress to intervene in Cuba and that News and Dance Hour-abe < I II' I "" fitOAe agMl AH)11 I..
rat., according to official, would probably Iw.ne and Ordered thU .. :I
New a, Dane<<; Band a bra.-uba lIb day r' For Sheriff .
war was inaugurated two weeks later bya April. A. l>. IJ<:S. l For Judge Juvenile Court H:11A1: p 1.1.. I.-, I twit ..M I Iwse
hate to be nearly doubledto make . .. :
a :0; :\ > I' RAFAEL H. FERRER
formal declaration. The War of the Rev- Ross (sawyer. FRANK O. ROBERTS ., put.. is I... I. I kin. 0' ... ,
profit for the operating company. Saturday Summary "L l .rk of the ,'ir.'iiif hart, (Known as Mr. Grass and Chicho) : ...
Interest in helicopter lines olution began at Lexington, in Massachusetts I ''W'l_ .. easier _... *. PM \lonro' t'ounlKlorid.!.<. ,I --- I .1.
lv s.1 For Justice of Peace
_Val 1IIa..r. subtract .sl been. : ( ) Kathleen NitltaK
however with nearly seventy applications: on April 19th, 1775. Eight years yea ....s.a ......r. ,.. ..._ 1"11I1) tierk For Sheriff First District
THOI.\ S. t'AR".
landing before the Civil Aeronautics later cessation of hostilities was proclaimed >..li..it.>r for th. >- IM.imtiffIN I ALTON GOEHRING IRA F. ALBURYFor Ilk r.$444'i; Ilillll 44
to the American and the SATURDAY. APRIL 17 a I.rt-'Ii-I-.I:!: : a ("Dutch")
Army war came
'-Hoard. Obviously there is Re-election .
an opportunity n M. .ffM f*- wMtv fcM rWr r nd ..

dir paMenffer-carrying.. but the present to an end. t'00Th StorY Moraine Shoo-nbShoppers' ..:Tin....;% .:<'TII'I Id'I jiitiiiii.IT tot ItT t 01THR iK<-iirK :: For Sheriff II III I For Justice of Peace ,i..t. wi+r4'....w aHurtt' -i.Prn. tlliit.

machine are -.mail, with room for only The other anniversaries to which we Special-abe Till, STTR ,1iP tLOHIUt. I EVERETT R. RIVAS .
three refer include that of the first pony express, 113-Sof>(9 for Too-cb* INMIIOlt IN <'HNI'KKt.Wi111F'lit NT. : I I'I First District ....... iw f.ar'lalr l
paMengers. The Navy is: using a ten- 930: -Vina Your Manners-nbetoCIOI'rantr ,,.. PAUL BOYSENFor
which moved out of the frontier settle- Cali. 11.LIaSTKvENs For Sheriff "ttIt $41.1. w II t'U'.
place helicopter but we understand, the MerrtweU Drama-nba !'. AUI.MOMi. JRI'laintiff.. 'I I
10:3O -Archie: Andrew Drama-nb* BERLIN A. SAWYER
ment of St. Joseph Missouri 3rd
mitt of such machine is on April vs,5 of Peace
a almost prohibitive Mary Vt* Taylor Talk-cba ttlt'F: Re-election
1860. The first formally organized gov- Oaark Valley Folk*-mba MtRTIIEAIMKRICM. .XI.U.\H.\I. I For j
fur commercial use. Iefen.lantOHURII Second DistrictMYRTLAND
11:00-Meet the Meek -nbe Your rF
ernment in the Northwest took place at News tr Pretend-cb TO: OK PIIII\TIO," i For Sheriff I II CATES ir

SAY PRICES MAY INCREASEThe Marietta, Ohio, on April 7th, 1788, when Movie Abbott Quiz& Coctello Show--*nb be 941 Martha Flanders Emmenrhllmond. H.M.I I JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD 1 1 j

forty-seven veterans of the Revolution, under 11:30-SmBIn* Ed M"conneD-nbo 1'hiladelphia. IVnnxx Ix.inia I For Justice of Peace I

General Rufus Putnam, founded the Land Escape.of Dramatic the Lost-cb:abe* to You the are Bill herel.r for Disor.filed retiuired lo against appear; I For Clerk of Circuit Court Second District W. A. (Bill)

economic experts are taking a The Teen Club-mbs you in the above styled cause ..n or : EARL R. ADAMS !i ROY HAMLIN I!

'squint at the future and showing some city on 'the river bank. AfternoonU00 before 1948 otherwise the lab the daof allegations May. A. l I'-. j : I

signs of correcting their prognostications: Other events of considerable impor- : Junior-Theater Junction' of Today-abe-cba granted talned .therein will I- liken a- For Clerk of Circuit Court' For Justice of Peace

-4 f a few week ago. They see indicationsthat tance in the history of this nation, occur- U:JO Coffee With Congress nbe I'XIsn ORHRTCKO at Key FRANK BENTLEYFor Second District
Stars Over Hollywood-cb* \\-ext. Florida thin bib day of .\pri. I SHANDS
the price curve might not decline, especially ring during April, include the birth of American Farmer'-abe .\. I/ 194XCIRCriT. Assessor I II SAMUEL R. SILBERMANSAM
Thomas Pro Art Quartet mb < C01-RT SEXL County Tax ( )
since the Government Ls about to Jefferson on the 13th the deathof 100 farm and Rome nbe ROSH f >>awer. CLAUDE A. GANDOLFOFor
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'commit itself to hew expenditures and Abraham Lincoln on April 26th, the Grand Central Drama- ba B\: : Luncheon Broadcast-abe IVilll-\\ f I o/e for
of \ lerk County Commissioner i i First District
landing the
-there U in proapect a diversion of manpower first permanent English Luncheon Interviews-mba UiJliam \'. .\ll>ur%.-. '
settlers at Jamestown 1 JO-Ed Tomlbuon Talk-nb Attorney. f..r Plaintiff. First District I Ii i RAUL A. CARBONELLFor
to military sen-ice. on April 26th, 1607, Count Fair! cbs .
Quiz- apr !t-ls-.rs-'W: : l 4sIN !
F and the inauguration of George Washington Speaking of Sane-abe !i JOE ALLEN Constable MOKEBUSINESS\ {
Living cost, which dropped a bit in Symphonies for Youth-rab Tin (01 ItT t,K THE f'Ol-NT1 First District I

February are not now much lower than as the first President of the Republicon 1-45-News of Overseas-nbe Jl IM.R.KIMIIIK OINT1..' >! For County Commissioner { CARL
3:00-Music for Moment-nboGive \ IN THORITE.
',the all-time high of January. Moreover, April 30th, 1789. and Take Quiz-cbs I In re Estate of First District '
the economic impact of action in FascinatingRhythm-abe I iteased.oTllI 'I' J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER .i iI ConstableFirst
the international S:90--Veterans Series-nbe
Country JournalebsWestefn
field is expected to move indices ......-abe TO(I>.ALL:3J Prolate"..P.IIT"rSX"A..t. Sm.s. II'| .'PKR.N %.. ) For County Commissioner HARRY HN JOHNSON
Guest Band Showmbs7.'OOOrchestras ,
upward and almost force a restoration Only 12 privately owned ships are in of N.UOD-Dbe INS >UA\IN N AGAINST CLIil.OR hll I ESTATE KMANI -- First District ,; For Constable-----1' NM

of wartime controls.!! regular operation in our internationaltrade Oversea Piano Pt.ybobo Report-cbs: : t w. c.SUGAR) SWEETING!;! First District t
You and each of r
you are herebt
Those familiar with the situation seem whereas the Maritime Commissionhas Lionel Hampton Show-mbsS notified and required, to present C. FLONEY fELLICIER f
: -Science Adventure-cbs anrlaimi. and demands whhtt %-ou. For County Commissioner:
to think along' with Bernard Baruch that estimated the normal .r either of you. may have againstthe j LESSPOLITICS
postwar inter- 3:30-Crow; Section O S. A-cb i '.. r.; For Constable
relate of \ .rno"Ihur\
control will be necessary but they hesi- coastal fleet at 101 ships. The Sports Symohonv Paraderobs400Doctor Roul'-abo deceased CountJudire. late: of..f said 1Ionr..unt'''unt% to the.. I| CLARENCE HIGGSi i iI First DistrictBENJAMIN

tate to suggest that they be imposed Years and : Todav-nbo \ J. PIERCE
until years ago Government Florida at his office in the t ourtllouxe I i '

public opinion swings to their support. operation of American ships began to Race Horse: Dance Racine: -Band cbs -mba ......rida.ithl.of said. Count.. eight,at"e"t.calendar: I For County CommissionerFiith : (Bennie) (

4:IS-Golf t'oumamenl-4bs months from the limy of the firM District
Without an understanding of the necessity whittle down private ownership and 4:30-First Piano Quartet-nbe publication of this not"'e l Each I For Constable .
the of the public the enforcementtit Make Way for Tooth-cb* i 'la i in ..r drn'and.hull l.e in writing I WILLIAM G. CURRY : t
on part management of .. First District
our shipping industry Sports tn Review-abe and shall state the pia.. ..r r.,Kideme III
be difficult.It Dance Music Time robs and post offit-r address. of : BERNARD
control H. WAITE
may and at the beginning of the I .. Commissioner
very war the (:43-Ouke Glee Club-cue I lice laimant, and shall lcw.rn For County
Church Services .abe l by the ilaimant. his ast-nt ..r bMattorned .I I
Government -
gobbled the Fifth District
up whole busi- I' ., and For Constable
any such 'laim or StateGovernment
might be a good idea to cultivate ness from private companies. '> *Budapest-To Be String Aootoced-hpa Quartet cb* t i demand not so filed shall l>e yoil.MARY i HARRY I.. HARRIS j Second District I
Treasury Band I
vegetable garden. It will give good Today American shipping is Lone Wolf As Kxeiutrlx. of th l &tVill
a you apparently repeat at ffl-mtai. and .
Testament of Wrnwn A.Alburj.
exerciser an opportunity to admire nature at its lowest point of importance in :10 Melodies-Doe L*o Q.Bemarobej.Jr.-obe-aba 'I Hilary U. Albury.. deceaned. I For County Fifth Commissioner District j Constable

to True or rake (repeat .:3 something eat. the .
and may be. memory of living men. Attorney tsr ": Mri* I
B:45-Weekly Commentary-at* mar Z S; apr. 2-'-il. ,$ JOE JOHNSON CHARLES G. PAPY (1'a.dl ..tiln.it .11 ,
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or-- -- -- - 1" .
ciao. ieIcvesC .-tor Of TUE MEETS TRIBUN-I ; ; ; .y. ._,- '
a 1F.tR'. Added
Tnirw -

\ r. Ira King .:: ( To Triplets

L. a. u. (&art. USA VrsNtdar _______A_. VALLEJO, Csllf,--Mrs. Cb-ilcs r

1a'C'aIIW exeeuUve officer t"k QUESTIONS J. Williams recently gave birth
1 IIw
.. Aititjaek, a auhma-- AND ANSWERS to twins. The other three rper1bees ,
**. kavM* l..+tranerred of the family didn't seem
6, *. tw umi Cabtalw.. Mother . G. I. Loans raise money questions overly impressed. They're triplets
*. U. Clark* rtlme Lt in the minds ef veterans. -five years old.Eeginslang .
"...... Ira K&Ac. U8N.Comdr Answer to these and other questions -

Kin* will. relieve frequently asked by veterans ,AFJ/IT I'#"'''''
CMndr. J, B. Cnd,. USN. asa Le are obtained from tae Veterans -
**.a.aw. 'irer .rf the Submar.IU = Administration and pub- '
.w .. Onmdr Grady will uanother : t fished in this column by.The CicI A Nes -
.. a*.itnmrnt on May I ben as a service'to our: veierar-0. AP
H t.he.t hi* transfer breomesTwo Q. Will Veterans AdnunistraI Newsfeatures: Serial Story

41.1$1 : I I tion guarantee a G. I. loan for an
z automobile house trailer that I HAUNTED '
can use during my vacation to
Fkslroyers house me and my family? HOLIDAYBy
A. No. Loans for .
pleasure purposes J

Leave Key West t.' insured cannot by Veterans be guaranteed Administra o: CAMERON DOCXSRY

I j{ tion.
Tw rirctruyrr rht"h taw Q. I would like to change the
!aew MI ........ duty in the Key j, beneficiary on my National SerI (
WM Naval Ba today for tbrir horn port. Pen j out letting the old heneficii.: t
srs4a They were Ik* UBS Fur '. know about it. Can I do this? ;
.*t Royal and the USS CIXTJ' t A. 'Yes. A veteran may change
Ti.-y Mad afcuwt 10 of(trvn and the beneficiary or bent"f;.; rie-
*3* ** tar II MI board. I SAt'Wirspll.aua 'r. of .his National Service Life In
-- PRESWpn' TRUMAN talks in djunnln, 'mMUwr an4 pvs'b a their knowledge or consent.
Y area around Frankie Harrison. 14. national 707 at fit* T.+rrti Q. 1 hezve.a G. 1. loan and now

West in the Whit Hoist .) W..hiaslcnVdM s'i4y.r>?nki*,f ?ye!::. hayr lost my jobs Does .the lav.
Key In boy from Valdosta. .Ca, WM selected -SOl'''c. the Year3,by they I permit me to get the additional pia. i

I' Bo'..* Clubs ef America. .. benefit of readjustment compensation -

Cone -. -- -, - --" -- --- .... r--, 0" -. ? 1
Days By - --
A. Yes, you are entitled to readjustment -
--nmnlbllltlltllnlrnzmmnn. attlm.Wtultil ni44diIwuinlllCtnwl Wau k. allowance. Your 1
I '
Whuf home loan has no bearing -n :iI
THE crnzcii or I IAPHtL Doing' NCC&. -.'',' I pout right to unsmploy meat Commander Vince Bonnay receives !
IJ. II>I j I at t&.' -1 I compensation. You should app' a strange invitation to i

I 11 .I ARMED. SJOWICES. f 1.in ;. 'E' 3 <<+ S.. : i I i.) your state unemnloymen' service -, visit the fabulous estate of ;

.....w.... ..1 hi.ti.r, in Key : 'V.SI.CA. PROGRAM 0 ' to receive readjustment' al- ( Simeon Mannley, wealthy Ha-
Weal ia pirlunc TWfcy BuilOrfte ; : lowance. j
M\I lnslrewr ilwty U. Maker re I Jackson Souara. WhUahaad 'ilu t1UuIuuUlllliNYIilaIw.'uINNAutnWin81uipIFRIDAY Q. How do I apply fm an inj j waiian planter. No one is

|. | Iktl pet nun iasuetl last? and Southard Stints'PICIwudw ... I I l'cease.in compensation? j I more startled than Bonnay at
wttk iMaM rallies titan SlVuuO. IIJIUIRIIItUIIMlIIur S 9:00 A.M. :;:00 P..l\t..SewiDg A. Write to your VA Regional j the strange turn events take
--- Office for the ionm. und
proper i
-- -- Friday Machine, T peas r itee '
I > \Yit.l. . events leading to adven-
II. O. Ctw..... fecund tntinctr' S JO P. M.-Tourist Nite at the ing Room. Showers, i give the reason you believe 1 I :
.... the li.hih."u.e IvtxUr Ivy was' V." sponsored by the Chamber t SATURDAY I increase justified.. j ture-love and murder.
I (Veterans wishing fjrther ir.- :
fcaiajr Fruintn ruled by Sup.,in. -of Commerce. Refresh I 1:00 P.M. C:00 P.M.; Picbic .I
about veterans' ben
trfmliitt IVtiiKiitt for promotion .menu and Entertainment. { Fishing (lion uo'in .aslv8a.eel..1. ? i Read
... U.*t aa.**tanL Saturday SUNDAY ,- fits may have their questions answered j 1
0 the nearetVA
I by writing
COO P.M.-Movies. A.M.
JtC:30 11-.30
0 A.M.-c9D'1-
Office j
Regional )
IIMf tli.nMnuic .arte: and JO;.Sp.M.-Secpnd Show feature \ munion Breakfast, White i I II i HAUNTEDHOLIDAY k

'I.. tie Runeil were injured last announced at the Club. Hat Club. U. S. Sdb-Basei. I, A review of the world's motor!'
IiipIm when. the ittwUir o.ur. onwWh Sunday (2nd Sunday, v laws indicates that 101 nations 1 1
thrjr were riding was 9:43 A.M. Java dub discussion 1:00 P.M. =- 7:00 P. f.-- ishmg hanJ
require driving on the right I
truck by an ..........lblk un Bay Group. i Trip (sign up in advance). of the street while C5 rn.... ,
side c:
....l ...... UivHtun .li*.... Two 11:00 Parties.A. M:-**"Co to CHURCH j Information serxHices, housing.. a left hand rule. I Ii |Ii Exciting Serial Starting :
,.. LarU HIM carte hntkrn. tivl ,' city maps. i ill The Citizen Today ;
11... KuMrll wa rut and bna t'\l. 3:00 P. M.-announced.Classical Hour, selections j Religious literature. library. i Two million ton: of rail see j
telephones, stamps, wrapping ant
was produced during 1947 fps :
11. ..'"I. ..f..... rasa in Uw pri. 9:00P.M.the Patio.Fellowship Community Hour Sing-on mailing packages, railway express I I l American nilroads. I,:1'1'1.1"1'1'1'$" .
....., elsisyt ,,, Iw lard nt service laundry --
Beatrice -- -- ---- ---
ing. Moreno at the
......ih U pu'IMd an lWaY' piano. available to all PiCk.U.P--1 IEL1):1 ErS
.? ..... 10:00 P.M. Coffee Hour. and their families-
Camera Club meets each
(.............. ... the I..nu'.liftt. Thursday at 8:00 P. M. i Executive Secretary
........'1'..,) ... th* test nirpUne G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Service -| MISS HILDA CASTILLO.' .' .
maht ...Iwtw ..n K., Vest tsl.l llac Organization), every 2nd Secrctar . . .
,lIlY .Mi1I.tw bald In.tt 'hri..1 and 4th Monday I .., ... "
in the tht.si *|>uat oil ktayf. Game Room: Chinese Checkers 1 0 .
Communist Fined ..
chess, cards ping-pong, pool,
writing desks, library, current
Mr. atl Mr. G. W. Sawyer, magazines various table games, IPOH Mala .--A Jamaica-- ,
..t.. .....a a--n iallinC Mr. anti etc. born Chinese who tecam: a
I'lmkr. 1418 Angela Showers tennis rackets golf
Mi*. Washy Communist here ha been
.a...... ftuctkd y trrdjy t>i clubs fishing, lines cameras, -
t4.rir t-.. aJ It. rk IUrU' prey checking service, film service, convicted on three charges-' of

1.-."- mailing and wrapping packages, causing a public nuisance. I H-- {
receiving messages, pnone booms, "You appear: to this )'oa. area D
U,,M(. Sptnttr Ufl ties im-rn- stamps, railway express service, pocket Hitler,'' said Mr. J. G.I
i.a. fur Oibndu lo atlrml a *estU available to SERVICE PERSON Adams district judge ip .pronouncing '
ul lha In- NEL. sentence on_ the accused -
... rrJ "a1i. .
Lesleigh DavisDirector.. Mr Liew Yit Fun. : :
.L .-AI OiiUc uf Odd Fe l lows.
Gerald Pinder-Program Di- Liew received maximum.' fines

Ml thu rector. of $350 or five months"imprisonment -
Oliwrrncy ,
Adrian txtsin.as BevErly Buchanan-Secretary. for using a loudspeaker
awtaUug hat Mianu on a Doreen Cruz InformationDesk without permission and .lecturiag\

itt Aide. on the ;tdwal. _. I t
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Tt..Uy T1.r Cil 4-n "a)i in &nTb '

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Ira t," first nati r A111CrKla1.wordy t. ONGINES1TNAUER s. I /1/i /jii
tbv .U..H. hOot pcrfMBwd -
at Uw Si J.hn The atr1!' in

New Yuili City I
IUJFaltn declares war, on \ \

Mrxiru.IfeVVTrraty. -
..I pyact rnds the f1Y/
war brtwtcn Japan and Chtnx
| O%--AfMtirw Carney Ur cktaU -

.*hM a 0.000000.. fund fur SilFS s.SES 1fE !
'NM hefs.I .
.IT. PreeiJent WiUon appearIw ;
the people tu help teed tax I.
A lite*-ta plant gard tu and to i r' \ -

prartirr mmutny. ro, "w'
vf Nations '...
lV3Thr Lr &\W 4 .w'
ftmdrmrw Grrmany' t-jowcrip- lowered by the Umeus Loogiaf BOYm.nt, "Th world's moet honor.dW4tck"
mov and appoint a com oiUrt you alto consummate beautY ol styl. A perfect tim.p.saa.
tk iMttrr a ooapaaioa watch ia the more mad rat.-price held. You will wear either -
mmr+. in the future. in ef tb... watch with pride in its sat real beauty and upim. satisfaction
4I-340 G"man planes and ia lIAr>>d pedormuce. i
rrvrnte attack rain fire z.- ria.a ..odt.010 $71.50.Wittaaa.r ",o'eA.rom $39.78
Mors.expkwires on London for eight fncn.wclvd Ftd.i.!... iI

I Ml-Jap. land on Panay. one
*f the Fhillipine Undj. BETTY ARCLAY breezes onto your horizon
!>>U-American planes destroyr ftm4 Ptymtnts Arranged I
.Hrnad equipment on Jap-held I i "ith a GIBSON GIRL suit from LIXSK OF
Dunn otf : Hf"WcTt1II
*--Cen. SUII"" ."'* AnwriranChinese y 1Vf I PHILADELPHIA . its jacket as brief as a

llunna.I army advances in . ; breath,its skirt a billowing Ballerina. tie a sharp,

$-Pre dent Truman pledgee in- black flash. Sanforized broadcloth wind-fresh
"unconditional surrender

first repurt to Coma... U. S.. olor. .. blue, pink, yellow, sizes 9'to 15,
?lh Army enter Nureniburg.Germany.

IM4V-The. U. N. defer action \\IIIM4 Q U lII 1 T Y See it in Marsh SEVENTEEN anJ atBELDNER'S

on Iran.
Hn-Mdent T wean signs bill to RStar.

nub PrUUltt.IM7 VDUE
-Sunie MO die and :,000
Injured in Texas City, Tex. ex* Key West. Fla.

pUwioo of a nitratelaJenlietfttef.

"One of Key We*?* Oldest Jetceler 528 Duval Street, Opposite Strand TIn-al

The agate l_ a fuutl antidote fur poionsif I >
merely wuin wt the prra.ea

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;. Junior Softball > JIER3LVN GETS DOWN TO WORK AT'YALE: *" 1 ;

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GamesSatqrday '.. .1f' I
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At Bayview Park t'.'\:' fi c, i I r. Information for the Advertiser

''i' rat tlsiiT 4ELACKFAC
*ATK Foil f ,
Pv- far .
Saturday morning at 9.3 )
o'clock the Junior Softbal Pi .. *t. .ader this Mat_. rsalar __rt..r. ...ri1
League will have another gars wilt be Inserted I"iTb* Cit....towns itiata Easy .s t e r...
word for e.
of 2e
th. rat a
at Bayview Park. ., '.nlo" bat the rwiwitsiala e..".** fur PI aLH.'AT'. D
Division Street School is sched v s- \ the first IS w.nl. or seen to a.r, T.. iawre.... nil._..II.atlwa.
type Is-fca M Nt w sfNee
ulcd to play against Harris Schorin A no rt for .' .. .... .
1 word. and the tliihn+-. ea r.. ssrtb } .... '
a league tilt This promises t. t ..first 15 word is 45e. .f ..
be a fast one for last week Hai
ns School beat Division Schoo' x .... ......
!. aveepts. aa tW
10 to 4. All advertfeimr ...hq rM ...
In adrerttata. !*...!... er -
In an exhibition game at 10:3: event ot error only for tN sleet Iswerti.a .. tla.w" rd .,...
responsible ..tHkl ....... .f ......
UU lr Adrttala= for Mtljr tkv a specs ...,
clock that >
morning, Pomcian' uf the aderUBcm wfc..r. tar ..-r .......
Place will match bats
with th
Hien; School Annex. . . s1 R . . . . . a . a .! Yi a

Junior Softball League consistof a- thk FOR RENT"bedroom T FOR SALE-REAL+ .e..
only the three clementar

school teams but the Annex boy furnished honlw r on Far any ktnd of aroaulj

have made up a team of sev cnt1 large lot in good residential Was, be H ..... 1.Is
and eighth graders who are cha' section for period of 6 nwrtW I I er ___ ........

lenging the Junior players t from April 15th. Johnson aM ; ...... .,..., -

regular games each week. Johnson. aprM-tf I I Pheee JII. P1ir1-

Business office (611 FVmmg Let 5 and w Lot 4 af

SOFTBALLGAMES Street downstairs). Inquire Aw. E. TSferfSJtttM. ....e

o Citizen Office, Phone 51 I. .M S t. 1Ft .. ...t

ape 16-tit mdmlilr, Phi 'f'"

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BAYVIEW PARK Store, 218 Simonton. 35x 9. Available i _

(NIGHT PLAY CAP S%irephotvr May 1st. Suitable all kinds j Three thaut loU P* ...... .

HERMAN HICKMAN (right), new head football coach at Yale of business. H. Altman Phone turn, stall IMW-XM( ar JaWT

TONIGHTFirst University and Bill Conway, captain cf the Yale team. watch 632. aprJ.l-tf I

Game VFW vs. USS GU players go through their paces at the opening of spring gridiron -

more.' practice in New Karen. Conn. Herman was a star guard Coolest spot The Cisterns" 435 Howe anrf kM, II ft IL ...
Second Game-Elks.vs. VX1. during his student days at the University of Tennessee. Later Greene Street Suitable for I m.I Frrnhsed ..

he was an assistant coach at Wake Forest and North Carolina studio, gift or antique shoppe altea t. :=III

.. JUNIOR SOFTBALL. State College. For the past several years he was line coachat -even storage. Apply 8J8

GAMES West Point. Elizabeth. apr 15-3tx I I FOR SALE-tfH > CHIT

''Barview Park field -------- -- ---- I

SATURDAY9:30 'sland City Fishing Tournament Reports . New 2-bedroom house May IS 1W7 Fwd. two-4uw ... lh
AM.-Division Street v- to November 15. Adequateshopping I_ 4. l it;.,.... 9XM. mei

Harris School. and transportationfacilities. i tot Street ... .
1C:30 AM.-Pomciaha Place v- WAILS AND SCALES 3411 Ave. E. .

High School Annex. aprS-3tx i.
{ 44 Lmcoin light gray M wt-

........._--...._ By JACK DELANEY New one bedroom furm hed drive $IM r........ ,. --.
white wall tires, Fcadrxcmttrd.
WAILS: ,i capital D and M.> We have been house. $125 per month. Call. is14
FOLLOWINGTHROUGH The .following" poem entitled making it one word but it does 1317-R aprl 6-34x paint pweeltitM
"* Driven 3 weeks sew fit Ifit .
Approach was taken from the not stop him from submitting ('n.
-over of The South Florida Counil afte Owner in cast li
Boy Scout.Bulletin that comeso A 75-pound tarpon was causht FOR RENTAPARTMENTS ed. $I.1$. Platens >1fM ..

By me, each month. The first from the Evelyn, Captain De- OR ROOMS I 161. ...

ersc, particularly, seemed to ..
PEDRO AGUILAR aptly Meritt aboard. by H Howard
to the Florida Kejx so I am Babcock. of New York Live in comfort directly on beach 1 199 Ford, tudar ..... asv I 1118
............... City, a
..... or with a .
opposite private
eproducing'the rntire.poem. The guest of the Casa Marina. I ..... and radars 1M
1947 Sports Review tuthor of .it, unknown to me, From Captain John West's beach. Special summer rates I 121* Mari Strsst

(Continued) Hit I hope I_'.will be forgiven for charter boat the Mae West Ar- on apartments or hotel roomsSteven .; t.M.
Hotel and i
FEBRUARY borrowing1I thue Chamberlain, of Birming- Apartments
Ostcrhoudf, i t :
Steven Simonton and
Wolves won Class B baskctbal ham. England, caught an 1& 1949 CheY..... *..r. sits
flag by defeating U.s. Arm)'. 5. ',found. ; Thy footprints ;j: pound dolphin, measuring 49 South. apr2-tf ] Tire Sfcwp aMMil

in 23. Bunsy Villareal scored 2' .God..lotIa- . inches in length with a girth. of I
points. Lloyd. 13, Do yn.'where the herons. 19 1-2 inches. FOR RENT-ROOMS
was high mal i'I FOR RENT-APAHMBW
for the Wolves and Osborn. will .;stop.and stray, Captain Reggie Trevor Os- I
11. was high for the Besidta'Stiinipb. ,waterway. grew II reported a dolphin weigh Clean airy room reasonable rate
I In4' t ing 20 pounds. caught by WalterCastles Call alter 4:30 p.rn. 513 Furnished alpartrar.l J wsalr
Fence around the W* tiwm,9'a: and bath MaM ass ...
iii The forcit till of Short Hills, N. J., head street
-inns's: fixed and the infield resurfaced 'r .. .; ; ,. J+guest ot Cactus Terrace llis ja 'U'I-I I servire, sun wti adftrntirhted ....
At the -
clubhouse shoy/vr! _'hiv. u'vihir the : catch Sununsral iMlp dl/
( been installed _trees arc measured 47 1-2 inches, Furnished room. $7_50 per ,
1 and everything, i tallantf slim.thcaf " with a girth of 22 inches. 626 Grinnell Street apr6-3tx' Hotel ApaaalerAti =
ready for the Miami Sun Sox. A : In the Class Post Office -
:tf cecho, Of Thyilfjirjn "B" tournamenL1A j
a feature of Jose
) Marti
Week lh- I
>ie u Loy of 36-A
} Havana Cubans will play hen entered WANTED TO RENT Ii
Joe Sirugo has .\: :. a tarpon weighing 81 i i Two apartmentsWill sr
offered the Sui And in,the meadow, laid pounds. 63 1-2 inches long witha am St.Apiireiest.
Sox Couple with 2 21,
club a spaghetti dinner 'likeems.. .. girth of 31 inches. Ht catch children under _
FEBRUARY 28-Key Wes Between was made gears desire 2-bedroom house I
the green and on a homemade rei
High; School varsity baskctbal "Jg- 'sy stemsI in a 14 ft. outboard skiff. or apartment Furnished or un directly -
squad won over Delray Beach sa'i thy golden garment'sr : furnished. By May 1st. Write I All facilities centra*? 11w1niee ....
42 to 19. Box W.30 I gretinds. Pr.1.r stir
Parra with 14. andiC ll'-nem., , FOR SALE Citizen. !
Sweeting with 12 .: 3yEs wttti rhiU. Phone oIS-W.
were the leading r : apes
: scorers. Sb..QodI. ,I'" know that Thou Used lumber. Phone 1453-R j)!

FEBRUARY 28-Miami Sur '? f ,'; Unfurnished three-bedroom mod I
Sox scheduled 13 :' apr3-5tx era house by .One room nun horn l IIapiiI"tmat
games here. Th hd grimy 'glad, day- of somead. permanent rest-I'|
names: include clashes with major > ocar. .'. Ironrite home dents. See me at the Custom, j ', on oceaa. l4il
mangle new model house : entrance, two bed ..
league teamsFEBRUARY. 1.4o-cone home and find used or 1562-W. We!
I 28 rVmoan. Thce"hererNo Will sacrifice more Bendix than 10 Launderette hours.. must move by May tat from.I'j/j I' shower, elei-tricrty M$ .FIB

1 ousts Kc> West High ba ketbal' Finished dept. 516 Poinciana. Flovd- R S U. I Phone 0MW. asrtMslapanmrnt

five from Class B tourney by defeating spot on the face of the ard street. Phone 1327. South- deputy collector of customs [
them 36 to 19. earth is more typical of the first I monwedfriteapr39xFurnished j Efficiency for .
Leading hitters in Island City verse
Baseball League: Acevedo, .352 Florida Kev; area. Visitors and 15" carnage Royal typewriter three or four-room ,: grown child or two CSISJBBI
Sterling 347 residents alike ; house or apartment no chtfdrcn. Paul Tirtr Shop aPpM't
: Lopez. 338 marvel at the in- pistol. S. &. W. .32; -
FEBRUARY 28 Julius Villa le&cnbable beauty of the Florida Leaving stamp accumulation Phone 1057-R. I

real has been offered a trvou Keys, with birds of all descriptions Phone I399-W E2 Fort Taylor.town. aprl63txI FOR SALE-MISCEt.1.AJfIJMI

with the St. Petersburg club of nesting and flying over I J
the Florida-International League them surrounded by the watersof aprl5-2tx HELP WANTED MALE MOTHER'S DAY SPBCUL

MARCH 2-Key West Clown the Gulf and the Atlantic Cabin boat. 33 feet long Present this iId with vour 11Dtratif
won over Pirates at the Nay: with its myriad shades vain beam. 3 bunks 9-foot Key West repres>enatrve for! Klkingtun Studio coupM-ra{
Yard. 11 to 3. Salmero and M fro ma deep blue to a light shadeof 75000. 3051 marine motor. building plan service.. State (: receive a FREE iruirt for ppurtratt .
Overhead Seidenberg Ave. background '. ThIS offer fW ....
Sanchez pitched for the Pirates green the fleecy Phone 393-M. and present <*>n-
Dean and Allen for the Clowns white clouds. drift slowly by on a. apr5-3tx nection.. Write Box TPU, .'/+,}( May 1st. l'4$ Evans Ca.aw

Lake Worth High ba ketbaPtlub backdrop of the heaven above In Kohler baby grand Key West Citizen. aprl2- tx Store, Southard Mitt.
won over Key West High the afternoon the sun in all its: condition. piano.Fine Excellent -

44 to 43 Parks. 11: Cruz. 9. and radiant glory slowly settle on 'I 1113 Catherine St tone. HELP WANTED-FEMALE
Pap '. 8. were the leading scorer, the waters to knss> the wave goodnight : I' aprl5-3tx WANTED TO BUY

MARCH 5-Ignacio Carbonell Gradually drawing a nightshade I Living room. bedroom First-clasi dinner l"OOk.'htle '
local tennis player and one of the of twinkling starlight over Aluminum frame furniture, or colored, man or woman. Also Large floor- ur arfe. Pber! *
head to the bathinett::.
guide ship at
seasafely .
best the one fast short
in city. gave a tcnni 73-1 Poinciana, Phone order RMD. .
exhibition at Casa Marina court through the night Noire Nights. Report to Mr Rectoe.( ---- ---
of this Can your boatman witness apr5-3bc
Cuban radio stations are telling without La Concha Hotel aprI2-6t Latenwdrlrar1W I.... c'-t. -
the world about the being: drawn closerto i g
great Complete bed. far
That Manner who left his platform rocker.lard appomtnienti
Jose Marti Week and the MISCELLANEOUSSpecialists
table \ aplli-A
I footprints, down where the herons motion picture ma- i
West fishing tournament. chine and -
star: bolide a shining film. man's bicycle
I I MARCH Thirteen clubs en- (used one month), Best offer in washing machine,!i SALE
ter basketball gold: tournament to: Leaving town. 914 Packer I repairs, all makes. White _-----

be bled at High School Gym SCALES: Strvct apr6-3t\ wringer rollsThe Traders..Gill's: 21" tmvck $l..44 .

These entered are Rom;;>ro", Red We hope Whitrv DeMemtt wiIIfori"c Phone 1431 130 Duval St. j I, Flrmiac Strrrt aprlIfluRtotAg >li#
Raiders. USS. Gilmore. OstcrhouclU. ; Hibiscus. aprl-U _
j us. but we have just noticed stephanotis. eolcu I
Key West Tiansits. Coc- I oleanders eompltt.
spells his name with a paints cactus sultanas supplK>
Coins Independents Radio Stj- Jacob's Coat. Special I Dressmaking Specialize in boys.(I I ._k. Plastic t i k', |MinU M.
lion Navy All Stars. Ann Do eivtons 25c and girls' clothing. Alteration .' .
up 1001 Southard j r brushes MUll* Plumkfli1S&
fenders Porter-Aliens and the I Navy Wives Btwl Street Phone 1019.1.I I Montzelle's Dress Shoppe 519 N,W. hind Street ....

CYC's.Sample. aprI6-ltx'(, Fleming St mar24-2etx Fla. Phos 7-*421 pprlltlbM.
I i
At Boca ChicaThe Washers I I -
Ballots I Radio HQ129X-540 KC-to 10 irons, vacuums and Universal trlavtirc lie.....
Navy wives bowkd at N, meters. Excellent condition. 1164'M repaired. O'Brwnt. Phone'I Apex washing n'h.n. pIIIII"!
ASestcrdav at Boca Chica Phone 575. aprI6-tf aprl-tf 2313 Patterson apsir
To Cost 3 Cents! Results -
u ere: For guaranteed
Hrs Don Lange 184 with an Infant nib and carriage. Reasonable pairs. Free plumbing and re j Motorola auto iadH t.. fit ell aaA

Approximately 30 MonroeCounty av erase out of three Eames ot Phone 664 L | John Curry 512 estimate. CaD from $4U9 up Comptri i-

candidates for various offices 16?. Mrs Josephine We>:;:int. 10. apr6-2t\ Phone 781. Margaret St. I stalled. Briofee fUdiu. ..o. W+

appeared ve terday atOr-1 J with an average out of three: aprl-tf I 5th St, ......*. awr14-/sw

noon at a meeting held in the games of ,152. Mrs Mary Boach. Cold Wall Fngidaire. 7 cubic ft.I I SITUATION -- -
- office of Circuit Clerk Ross ('. '- 134. with an average, out of three Z months old. Priced for quick WANTEDI \\...ouUMde BMIHI w ntt. eiwael. -

Saw '('r to sec about getting sam- i| games of 124 Mrs Lillian Schu sale. 1300-A Seminary Street | am $Z.'ZJ..l. Duhtrtv & O .

pIe ballots of the absentee bal- man. 142. with an average out Phone 869-W. apr6-3tx j jbpmdner I Key West contemplatlrg and moving to INK Olivia cutnvr Pinkn Ca11
lot, of three games of 126. Mrs. Marge offering a book 1997 aprlw2Y
Clerk Sawyer supplied each Ramsey: 126, with an average out washing machine Excellent ;j nesses. service Will for mrfll busi, -
candidate with the name of the fo three games of 114 condition. W. Phone system keep your entire Chris-craft sterns tout Vnboat

Miami printer now printing the 1002-R after 5 p.rn.I help make or supervise present 8UOd cmmtms. p..,bll...
ballots.. He said they could be had The island of Trinidad in th, apri5-19-20-3tx statement up tax reports t eh.Aer Pht13i6w. ..
for three cents each delivered in West Indies u> a little smaller etc. KeaaoaaMr 11-_
Key West. It is not known how than Delaware. I One 90-foot electric refrigerator 4 I'll monthly fee basis. Write and ape
many of the samples will be call on you. D. M. Dotnimen.
Can b? seen at Mahiney Bakery 4104 Ponce -)Table, chars ix-burs-i *.
shipped here as result of this .I Gist Nile perch sometimes attain L 812 Fleming Street Phone Coral Gables Florida de Leon B1Yd..' save wits (nil. KatMMwl c*

movement. 1 a fight of 2W pounds. gig. aprlG-2tx ; I ......... ColtMubm Rr Uurafl..
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FRIDAY..APRIL 16, 1948 s THE KEY WEST CITIZEN e - .. _..'_-. PAG. Fife

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i.'JI'I'.III''II "" 04 !I l O &Jn&J&JPJF4j ' O.BF i .h t O/00.. 00.100.8' -= .- :: t tS

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I :|: Nt yS..1Motor : TROlpiCAL TIRADJER :: WHERE' BUY II When a aDd certain-y-tj.product or servic 10 wbu!.. needed itiL|S DIRECTORY 'WILL DIRECT YOU I

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: Court : ;: ._._._..._._S_._._..:._..._...: .-.-Li..........?..?.....-......-..-.-.-..-.-.-,. ........ A........ .I

I ($)-Stutoutuit St. 15 718DUVAL, STREET PHONE 1000 i If hfc EIctrical WE fttRlll ll : .. 1f ,, : POOR OLD CRAIG i.
; Ownrhip.Management Nice Selection of GIFTS and.'SOUVENIRS w E j ,

U... of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children Ho: We Will Call For and Deliver : + WHITE STARCLEANERS 5 Service Station : i
Serving . ? SO YeaR Experience la Electrical Work : Si4 :
Electrical 3. H. BHADY. Managw i
BREAKFAST. S to 11 Appliances Repaired 1 : : :
Francis and DirUlon'Straota : I
1I1 : LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 w...........................,. .................51rlioMitsu 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE % : Marco Mesa. Jr., Prop. : :
brr S to 1:30 .. .. .... : ELECTRIC 701 DUVAL STREET. Tires Tubes Batteries<<: Auto ArcrMorie I
I Tim ttfst .. 41 : .822 SIMONTOn STP.EET : Tour PURE OIL and'CASOLWE DeoJw" :
"/ Steaks : RYSr ................ ............................ ............ .... .. ...... _
:I Short OrdersSantfwkhesAt I S .SSSfSSSS 55 5555 55 5555. .555555555555555555555* Dry Cleaning ..................... ..... ........
II' AU Houn : : 1207 DIVISION ST.: NEAR COR.WHITE: ST. S:.5 : anil ;
: I'rrssing
Frozen : n
:I TROPICAL DRINKS \.: .: "Your. Patronage. Invited" :. RUSSELL'SDRY : 24-HOUR SERVICE TONY
4 : Free Pick-Up and BODY SHOP i
I t, ':J Oprn Daily and Sunday ;' : Ice Cream Proprietary MedicineS : Delivery Service : :
8 A.M. to : i ! GOODS ;
Midnights : BOG.05 GREENE STREET :
:......... Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : SUITS for MEN :
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: Toilet Preparations and Article :: : HOME\ : : 1105 OLIVIA STREET : and WO3IKN : Auto Painting $45 to 55500 :
.................. .............................. : : l\lal Ic-lo.11 I.a...urc : .
'tact6t .....,................ .. : Let Those Srrce : : PHONE 373Specializing : : PHONE 232 ; : BODY ami FENDEIl UK I'A IKSCAROLYN ;:

5555555555S5SSSS 55 SS S S 5555 555555555555 55I : Who Scrrc Best : : : .....................- ............................................:

1211 S GOMEZ :: MUMFORD I ;and;;; ROSS .: .5-S: .: :........... .................................
WE HAVE NEVER 4 in s 5.15..5555..........5.
Tilt : 220 DUVAL STREET -.-..._... : n.\UTY : ,
iktIpta : FURNITURE CO. 5 Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : 'WE NEVER WILL : : Women's and : : I SI OI'l.E :: "I
.5S Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St.
no .
DUVAL Carrier .
: .
: Jmruilc Furniture" :r Air-Conditioning : : Ambulance Service : : Children'sApparel : : : : l**T DONALD BARBER : f j

aqm : HOUSEHOLDmilMTIJKK) : for Domestic and Commercial Ute : : Telephone 518 : .: : Funeral Service ; We Specialize In : I I IS
333 i PHONES S :
; : ...w.........................-.............3150....... : Never Sleeps : :- : Established 1885Licriisctl : Scalp. Treatments Hair cvaria Dyeing .:

:; Platic Inlaid Congolmm : ....5................55555.....5.55555. .. .. ..... ................... ........................ : Phone 175 A" VsSSW"e'1STELL'S : : :
Axmiiuter Broadfelt % : 5555 5 5 ..5 ..............5............1 FiinrrulDirrclonj i...... ..................................... ,
R,1t, RADIOS and HOTOINTS: 5 .55555555555. 5, : and l lKinltalmco : ... .. .5 ..................... ......\
: : : :
t 4t : Jo A MYERS : i BEAUTY NOOK i
AppliancesTerms : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : 5 21HonrAnibnJaiicc : Scientific Beauty Culture S
Arranged : Mashing Machines for Immediate Delivery : Licensed : in All I Branches F ": ;

OPEN TILL 90a P.M. S 5 HOME : Thoroughly Experienced '
tari'n. : MON. and SAT. APPLIANCE : PAINTING Contractor : Operator

..........as.......... : 605 SIMONTON STREET PHONE II ; ServicePhone .: : Sort Water U:*.d Exclaslraly: :
Ottter ................5....,5.......55........5...5...: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED a : 135 :) Phone 637 536 Fleming St. \/ : j
Night 636 : .
..................... :.5.5.5555.5555.5..5.555555..55.5.55..........5.5 Telephone 9127. 114 Dun Street. Jefierson.Hotel.........: ....5....515.555- .5555: ......55.5................. .................-
: .5555155555555555555.5555555555555...................... ...................... ,5555.55555555555...555555555..55.55555...5.5:
krIf. : PRICE TOURS E 'THIS SPACE AVAILABLE : When You Want IvASTKK, BETTER ....15................. FormCustumers, Friends Beutts'Invited ,
Passenger : : On "Monthly Basis at ; FLOOR SANDING : Key West, FlaSOUVENIRS. E Frances a on
itum S : On Old or New noon-CAtL.US FOR AN ESTIMATE : : : : Frances Park. Owner"
IIi RI'Pre.eatathra :: I: A VERY LOW COSTFor Guaranteed Work Modern Methods : t 5 1010 GRINNELL: STREET s
lavFLORIDA : : : Beauty Culture in all its Vhns. 2
Further Ii orraation. CALL .
EAST ::: See the Adycrtising\ Manager ; J. DOUGLAS TREVOR ; : CONCH(All; Sizes SHELLS* : Permanents Scalp.Treatments S

COAST RAILWAY ................................................., : 1829 Harris Avenue Phone 1374-11 s Facials Shampoo Manicuring 5

215Ile .5 >Xw Located Rut : .f5.ff5..................55........5555....5..,5.5 ..............................5........................................................-.... COCOANUTSSPONGES.... ....555...S...S.5555....55..55555555...For...Appointment..S.....SS..5555....Phon.1341.555555......55555555'........? ,.

ht DR. COB os ,. :: Save on dwellings 20% F. Insurance ;: Landscaping,Marl\ and,Top SoilTOP : .: -- : : Marion'sBEAUTY CASA nUESO CA O.Iir t

mere ant 11.
: OFFICE : bldgs.. house. by INSURING withAtlantic SOIL.S6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK SALON / &M :
1 : FLEMING STREET ,S hold and : MARL HAULED.: '5W)0) for 4 YARDS : Will Ship to Any Port "Southernmost House in U.S.A.. [ i '
per., Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Co. Reasonable : of u.s. or Canada : 1400 Dural Street Telephone 1314] :
: Baal el La Coacha: HoW : :: social effects. : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very : : :; ...
n All Policies lion-Assessable : .Expert Hair Tinting .Hair Cutting/ -J'
Save 15% on Marcy S. Palacio .
PHONE 124 : 1021 Olivia St. % .Personalized Permanent ,
StylmgV "
: Mercantile \1)U) ,
a ,S '................eaeaee-' : Stock J. L. Crusoe,Agt. Phone 674 : G 0 : PHONE 801JEFFERSON : 401 South Street : 5 Corective Facials V -1

'CrIt.. 5................................................5. ..................................55..5...... KEY WEST.. FLORIDA : : .*..Exclusive........but Not Expensive Vf ....: .
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t CYCLE SHOP : ;_' ., . ," ural Hair Tinting .
I B.&B. -
: Hide the llus to the : 118 DUVAL STREET ALESTATE "- ,..:: .. or Finest fin
GOLF; COURSE ; 822 Fleming St. R.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 ; : Open Daily and Sunday, Sales ", , Waves Permanent. . .:
ta.'d.. 5 I'.M. to 1 A.M. : ; '
Ciisliman Motor\ Scooters 4J Appraisal : ,
: 'J :: n.InnerS Leases S ; .. Beauty
Immediate Delivery ; COMPLETE ; : '
: Sales and Service e Rentals : .
Also A La Carte and Sandwiches s

t: s :' A. m Rental BICYCLE Service : ..............REASONABLE..: ..........PRICES...................: Management : Colony S21 Southard .

.n'.te TAKE .Buddy Scats .. ...............55.........5.................. Properties Improved in and Key Vacant West : !:4j Street
BUS ', .Parking Hags'Windshields' : : and Monroe CountyJ. Next to South-
th.tx. :. .. NO. t : : iNSURANCE : S a ernrnost Beauty ,
the \ OTTO : School: ,:,
to "
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: CaLF i1 : I'litE'INU AUTO BONUS KIRCHIIKINEUREALTOR BeaulidansSpecjalizinq
:. : LINKS : .Foot res Is .: and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : .a V in :
ndus i : 411 Fleming Street : Most Modern .:
.i :S Also DAYTON BICYCLES and Key West Insurance Co. : 919 Whitehead Street : r Phase of
Have Fun! 4r. \
: STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : 316 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1371 : : Phones 124 and 736HINSURANCE : Beauty Culture
IS ..................... 555f5ff555f5...5.........................5.....5....... :......... Directly in Front of Postoffice .: ......................1 .Telephone........ SE 206 HABLAESPANOL for Appointment

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..55555555555555.55555..1 B BICYCLES I REPAIREDM5 fOR RENT J ,, :\ GoodV ork-Lo\v Prices : S

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urC.., : WASHING MACHINE : FOR SALE : : ; .: Daily between 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 .: fcotilti
Our Customers Must Ba J'3frfi.I s : Your Entire house Kith / --- :i P.M.-Appointments are accepted :
.r.IOtr I OFFICE: : : from public by Senior Students of i;;. -",1tt11I :
i RepairingMECHANICS Satisfied J.. IIR ; : INLAID LINOLEUM 5:2l SOt 'IIIMJDSTKKKT : : : .,:
: 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 s : ; TheSouthernmost :
: : : :
: : : ( : . : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE or ASPHALT TILE :: Opposite-: Bus Station 5 School.

Nol Salomon: ........... .. .. .. .. ... 5
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art : Factory Method .5...5.......................515& ...151.....15....1....1. EXPERTLY INSTALLED ,I PHONE NO. 1 : of Beauty Culture .
I by Trained Men 1 DRUM BAR and : TELEPHONE: 1131:; FOR ESTIMATE :- : 523 Southard Street l // :
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: EASY ABC MAYTAGKENMORE : West : There are a number available with over 890 hours '
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; SPEED s : PACKAGE DEPAR1MENT : Key : of state approved instruction who know the latest s ..:
k f QUEEN and Others A : : : IWlcrAHcuCompany 5 phases in beauty culture. These student beautician
: s
: 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112 : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of '--L
Nr 8 \Vliilr. Wringer (toll : : --"We Deliver" 1 Floor I Covering Co. : j t ,1 U-auty culture, do good work at very low prices.:' Although -
iiaMF3 : : S : appointments are not required it is advisable. :
: THE TRADERS : : _IJcetDrinks and Coldest Beer in Town w I) For Appointment :
Packaged 523 SOUTHARD ST. 537
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:: : : \ :\ YOl'UKADIO) : : Sensational : COBOY," & SONS

Its5 aI ht'0 1 p OU Lo It Takes. A Itudioiuua to Kepuir It . \M h> : : : :

...' H'txid ol'piug ,:. '. Not IJuy It From A Kudioniuii . aud t . : : : : JOHN R. WATSON. Manager :: '-:

din. : u.. Sure I .d. . YOMSSELF uf : : : :
llr : : SEU\:( ICE: : : ; AC DC Superbctcrodine S
t f '" Plastic Table Radio
d/otJ 8 I
W's.1 nr.' : = : / 24-hour Radio : : 5 Tubes CASH(IncL or TERMSEVERYTHING Rectifier) : :

ENRICHED : 1 5 luellllaIHeauhu'atwlI;; :
., 5 jjjjSSL Repair Service : for the .. ;:
I. V v. ,, FAMILY in Tree Removal i
. : w" ; : ! Surgery-Tree () t
ry The t FoundctWn oj Today'S\ READYTOWEAR / '
More When ,
ItC? Meal Planning I IMLPH Al S M us Ie C. I You"Why Can Pay Buy for Les.?" .1 Hauling Marl- Sand Soil & Rock i I

: w. H.. CO : : Kxcarating by the C.ubie: aril : '
s14 522 Southard Street ; ESTIMATES"GLADLY: [ GIVENS :: :
RI' 1<., _.t_t RECORDS HIT PHONE: 1081 : 701 WHITEHEAD STREET.........TELEPHONE..........151.....:. .......................................5.5...
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Gre JLthe recovering from I South Pacific : ;

your duty illness at Mare u not Island.serious It teems and.I J I r }!: ;,,, ; '
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am tpondmno if you would care p AND ADVERTISING COLUMNS,. : ; :,.; : "
to visit me here at Kalanii on '
Mood Canal I can guarantee ; : : :' '
tcenery and weather. My] mmta- \ '
lion u not entirely altruistic. Til . YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER PERFORMS 1'
explain that i/ you accept it. Sincerely T T1r Ta F : .
Simeon Mannley. 3, : . .\
The young naval officer standing ,

the at heavy the fe velum paper stared then at AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE . . :

methodically: his long tanned fingers .
tore i* into bits and tossed it .
into the swirling waters of the ,
channel. His lips curved in an . I
amused grin. .. '.
lash like Simeon Mannley.that 1 -. .
sentence, wasl' A hook carefully 0
yet carelessly placed to lure ;
him into acceptant Undoubtedly .
I, Mannley meant the "Sherlock" I '' ;
a gibe. at his. Vince Bonny /47\; c
f peace-time bread winning as private .
investigator yet Tie wasn't ;. a
, above using those same talents tithe tt a
< occasion arose. Vince had a --
hunch that was what was meant JT i: .
o .
;'. by the enigmatic invitation. .
, He didn't know Mannley welL l :
I ; He recalled the old man as he .I . I
I( 1 had last seen him four years ago '
I_ on his Honolulu estate. A large .I.I
I Cross mar. of sixty, big-boned and .I .
I balding with pale blue eyes that Shf gave a queer throaty little laugh. "Surprised? I am." \ -
I :, watered easily. His skin was startlingly i .
" '
white for an Islander's yet '
there were 'steely muscles be- "Haven't had the shakes for a turn to the Islands next mon ;. : -
neath it at Vince had observed whole month." His dark brown couldn't take a Washingtonvwinter I'I'lie ,
after;sharing a swim in Mannley's eyes skimmed over her. "How I'm.certain." 1 .
-private> pool. did I happen to miss meeting you They passed through a weird i ,
The ferry warped to a landing When I was in Honolulu desolate area where a once virgin i,
and 'Vincejoin .the throngs of "I was living on Hilo then with forest was now a denuded eyesore I
workers earning ashore. At the Dad. He managed the cattle end of charred stumps strugI I\
foot the ramp a young girlstoo& of the Mannley enterprises." She gling new growth and a dried-up I j
tier pencil-slim figure exquisite bit her lip and flushed a bit. river bed. Vince caught himself -
ir superbly-tailored slacks "I thought perhaps it was be- wondenng about Mannleys' pole. I : = ILLUMINATIONSo
1, and a curve-hugging silk blouse. cause yoi: were too young." Vince and if a mystery were entailed.If | '' .
Her tlong .golden bob made a teased. it were, houseguests would 11' I
tawny aureole about her head in "Could have been. I was six- complicate things. |i
the late afternoon sunlight but teen." She'said cooly. "You don't "Be a pal. Julie. he pleaded i '
her face was shadowed. As Vince mind if we stop at the Post Office -, "And set. me right on the Mann J'J'ley 1 1i ,
drew opposite her she stepped ? Sometimes the mailman forgets menage-it'll take me days to .
forward, smiling uncertainly."Commander ; us out there." j i get everyone straightened oat 1 '. \p : all see
Bonny As she maneuvered the car toa otherwise. -: may ,
He'Stopped; in surprise. That's stop Vince looked about him. "OK, Commander. There's Aunt 1 ,, '
tight The town an industrial one.made Sophie: did you meet her four ,
"I'm Julia Mannley. Uncle Sim shabby by wartime overexpansion years ago?" 1,it >
thought you might be on this was saved from drabness bythe "No and don't call me Com .
boat* magnificence of the scenery mander. My name is Vince" he '- '
'H'must be clairvoyant." around it. The snow-capped said testily. ,. .
'"NoTbut he has a good secre- Olympic range, blue Puget Sound "Of course . Vince"' she said : .
tary. The car is over there." waters and tall pines vying with placatingly. "Wei1 Aunt Sophie ia
She guided him to a heavily- colorful Mountain ash. sixtyish and acts as Uncle Sim's
) chromiumed: yellow roadster."As ., Returning, Julia put a bundle hostess. Then there's Sonia Deve- One particular .-the Classified;.-serves communityby
Vince, tossed his suitcase in the 6f mail beside her. Vince couldn't i raux. Uncle Sim's current light-o-
back and. climbed in beside her help seeing the top envelope postmarked -' love; Irving! Dukane. 'Duke for
he studied her approvingly. Black 1 Honolulu and addressed"C. short, a former Island sugar part-
I I lashes framed her deep gray eyes Lukilano." ner of Uncle's and: Doctor Palm- the to immediate sales and the quick
and accented her smooth,tan skin. "A Hawaiian houseguest he er.-he's also from Honolulu. highlighting way
__ She gave a queer throaty little asked. "Hmm, quite an interesting-
f laugh. "Surprised? I am." 'Hardly. There are houseguestsbut sounding rm glad I came"
"Pleasantly surprised," he corrected that's Lulu, Uncle Sims's smile "So L How
Julia am
I / "But* what- did. you expect valet.," __ .. long will you be here Vince satisfaction of buyers' needs. Each year, millions of dollarsof ...
?" About two weeks then ifs
: "Well Uacle" Sim told me you JULIA drove well and fast. They either terminal leave or back toduty.
i were tall with red hair, but when out of town past small ."

1 someone be said Commander.older and I expected- well, trailer housing.settlements projects and then government farms- wanted"I should to think home."you'd have American business are transacted through the classified I
their surround- go
paunchier. and finally only Vince said
i "Aint home.
,, Vince chuckled.Commanders ings were tall tracts of deep- gotta .'

come tyoneand". young wa? en these malaria my days-I'm extra bugs pound-thir declared woods.shadowed burying can't" himself timber.picture in Vince the your Northwest frowned."I uncle. slangily."Guess a, lone that we're"Not makes wolf."in married me the pretty same no boat.-muchof parents columns of the nation's papers. :: :: ;

age.. "He mentioned you'd been flL "It's just a temporary escape she said surprisingly
AU over it?" from business,. we'll probably re'I. (Ta be cautioned) I
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? Working On One THREE HpTELS Located IN in MIAMI\the Heart of the at POPULAR City PRICES For those who have a specific product to sell, rent, trade, I

Mother (to little girl who had RATES PAAMC: WRITE or WIRE
been sent to the hen house for REASONABLE S\\J, VFiUO 1 for RESERVATIONS

eggs eggs)?:"."Well dear, were there no : with BATH and TELEPHONE or, an especial need to fill, CITIZEN WANT ADS are the

Little Girl: "No mumie, only
the one the hen uses for a pat- Ford Pcrsliiiiff MillerHotel \

tern."' ,I, Hotel} Hotel} most effective, economical, and quickest means of advertising. i iRfhl

Your I 60 ilL 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Ave. 229 NEe 1st Ave. II ,
80 Rooms 100 Rooms
80 Rooms
( APRIL 16, 1948-To-I' "ElevatorSolarium Elevatcr Elevator -'.' :. 0 '
Heated .
day gives great creative powers . . .
combined with some artistic I 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

genius. These persons often rise 1

j to great heights in their .. . fRAOl
sions sometimes by force prores-1 - '. _-_ -.- - .. '
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t own merit when coupled HfsktifJ I I6U1
ambition;sometimes by the influence {iPH
of people attracted to them Overseas Transportation .

t, by the magnetic powers. The I I sF LOpN S
very best results comes from I (
this latter condition. Inc.
1 i Company,

Metallic paints such as shiny I
white paint used on radiators,1! Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service
may cut down the amount of heat -between- Use the t
given off points out the Depart I I ; -
ment of Agriculture. The darker,: MIAMI\ and KEY WEST r
the paint, the more heat given
off by the radiator, it says. I Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
Between Miami and Key West
-e- - -..- .. ; ;

:f .'..
P < (No Stops En Route)
t SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Arrives I i
t at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid- -

I SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight -
CROSS EYECORRECTIONI'1 and arrives at Key West at In
6:00 o'clock A.M.Local
I (Stops At All Intermediate Points)
All humans children and adults revel in .., LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX-
a happier, sunnier way(A We that comes CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clockA.
when the handicap of cross eyes is removed. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
Things that seemed unobtainable when o'clock P. M. i The Key West Citizen

they ifluctnn.walked become jn the theirs dark shadow for the of taking.then LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPTSUNDAYS

Aid loved" ones or friends toward a better i ) at 9:00 o'clock: A.M. and
future, Send their names-we will send arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock:
them the story of how the Reconstruction P. K
Method corrects cross .eyes usually in I e
Over 7.000 persons of aU ages
III one conditions day. can tesbfy to the startling FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE

and satisfactory results of this method. FULL CARGO INSURANCEMAIN '

r.r r' [.'wit"FUU intonMbon. I OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton & Fraud' Stt.
.r-'U.5 KlW ProU tostitutio.WrmCtOSS PHONES: 92 AND 93 S
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L.r'rE: I DURING ONE-HOUR STWKF CALLED BY COMMUNISTS .,D dnce ProgramTonight_ I I i --- --

"TOO j ,i 8:00'" In 1 'Someof the 75,000 ABC ,Pins Get Ready to Travel : _

Division School
r I Is ;I
r 1e
A dance program by pupils of I

... RUSSELL KAY g w Baron's Studios is scheduled for !
...- J ru I S, 11 8 o'clock tonight in the Division "}

Street School Auditorium for the .
World first hard of Crem- > f,
fciu wbm World War II flyers < 1 benefit%t(.the 'sch iel's Welfare :s s x i iw

ported them from the British I FundT; I
I****. They were the unseen'I t Complete program was published 'f 1

myMerious little creatures that I in The Citizen yesterday x Ii
rode the planes performing a I I Solid entertainment is promised _

wide variety of tasks. Good all who "attend.. the performance I!
Gremlins helped the pilot miirhieyous tonight 9 4 I- rk
ones pupils have worked dili-I f ;
tormented him They
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with their pranks. gently onder the direction of Paul :

They drained the juice out of I Baron jo perfect the numbers and I E

storage batteries, put dirt in the descrv? the support of the publicin I P ,
gasoline lines jammed machine the..worthy .cause for which I
guns abort circuited wiring just i they will perform... .
for the! helluvc it. Anything ta : "

Cum up the works cause' trouble I TOJ>>A Y'S BIRTHDAYS ._ '1
and delay was great sport for -4 }
Uwm. But they were not mali t t (Know' America)
cious. They never intend to really w ,./. .I Frieda S. Miller director of i
du any harm and when it deveN .i 1' the Wom pd that come of their pranks i Labor, born in LaCrosse, Wis.. k

actually endangered the lives of 59 years ago. i

flyers they would, get busy to I I Pitf. Howard Mumford Jones .

rectify the situation and many a I I of Harvard, author, born Saginaw f

flyer will tell you that he would .It. ...__..___ ___ .. ; ,., _. ... Mich, 56 years ago.
never have if gotten back 'from hismit.ion (AP Wir photo via radio from Rome) Dr. Alfred E. Cohn of the )
it hadn't been for the I I Rockefeller Institute for Medical J
good work of the Gremlins. .. ___ SS .. .
PASSENGERS PILE OUT cf a Rome street car and the, operator (right foregrou&1dsits on the Research, born in New York City, S '
Major Holbrook Scott who front coupling reading a newspaper during Italy's one-hour general strike called b? Communists. j i: 69 years ago. Did you know that rules of the American Bowling j assures that every team will compete exactly the ,
handles publicity for Ross AliensReptile of the \ circumstances. In the photograph above a girl is
The work nation to the cf 3$ Sicilian labor: i Milton Cross, radio announcer, Congress call for daily replacement bowling pins same I
.stoppage through the was designed pretest slaying | discarded for distribution by II'
few of the pins
Institute at Silver I I I born in'New York; 51 on its 40 tournament alleys?This means some 75,000 new J repacking a .J
years ago. ,
Springs with seventeen hundred leaders in.the,past two years.THEY'RE Charles 'Spencer ("Charles") pins "are used in the course of the event. The practice, Chevrolet truck privately owned bowling establishments: t .

flying hours to his credit covering - ----- ---- -- - ------ -------- --
Chaplin actor, hpbrn in England, _ ____
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service in both wars and commercial TRUSTEES OF MINERS' PENSION FUNDs 59 years ago. ? ." ,. I ; '
flying is probably Florida Maj. Gen. Paul, L. Williams TODAY'S \i I
outstanding authority on > commanding the Second Army,
,;Z '
Gremlins lie claims to know just ft*" ., ... born in Detroit 54 years ago. i ANNIVERSARIES
all there is to know about the '- '<1 t t I Dorothy Palis Lathrop of Albany (Know America) .

creatures.About "It-.. --',.- .) I|I N. Y, illustrator-author I 1839-Frcdc: Ward Putnam,
two and a half years ago tf. I born there 57 years ago.
rhortly after he became associated Harvard-New York arch.Tlogistnaluralist. -
f. i iI I Judge Michael I. Igoe of Chica-
with Ross Allen he began to I I 1 I go of the U. S. District Court, who played a leading
study the variety of products produced t I I I born in St. Paul, Minn.. 63 years I part in the rise of Amoricnnarchaeology .
from rattlesnakes and he I|. ago. born in Salem Mass. i
found that like the pig in the a"f i i i Rabbi Emeritus Morris S. I Died Aug. 14, 1915. ; .

stockyard just about everythingwas !. Lazaron of Baltimore; born in 1850-Herebert H. Adams, .

used but the"squeal, or in : ) 1 Savanah, Ga., 60 years ago.THURSDAY. Johns Hopkins h:..torian, promoter
this case the "hiss. ) of the study of history, born

Venom extracted was used for :\ APRIL 15. 1943 in Shrewsbury, Mass. Died July .
I ,
snake-bite treatment and in ser- -
30, 1901.(
ums by the medical profession.The (Know America) rif, .,, 1 :.
1856-Albert B. Dick Chicago .
skin was tanned for leather i iC Marion Jordan the "Molly" of
mimeograph inventor-manufac-
and used in the manufacture of Fibber McGee and Molly radio '
turcre born near Chicago. Died
handbags shoe, billfolds and fame, born in Peoria, III, 50
i Aug. 15, 1934. "This is very smart-fftey got the Idea from hidden
other items, the heads dried and years ago.Robert .
were sold as curios and pre- L J. Bowman. presidentof 1857-Henry S. Pritchett, fam- \ designs you'll find under Pepsi-Cola bottle fops."
served for museums and private f- y. Johns Hopkins University, ed educator first president of the '
, Carnegie Foundation bom in ;
sold economist former
zoos. Rattles were as __ tA famed political ,
curios and often used as watch : I chairman National Mediation Fayette County, Mo. Died Aug. .

charms. The oil was in demand I I, Board, born. in Eslhonia; 65 years 28, 1939. O Enter Pepsi-Cola's great $203,725.00 Treasure Top"

by manufatcurers of perfumesand ago. : ,, lI B 1865:>>Grace Livingston !Hill, \ Sweepstakes and Contests. Over 15,000 Cash Prizes! .,
_was also used by masseurs Thomas; Hart Benton, famed ar- popular novelist, author of more !
and athletes. The meat processedand I I tist, born in Neosho, Mo., 59 than 100 books, born WelUville, ; Q Every entry gets at least a Treasure Certificate for the -4

tinned is considered:! a table j J-fcari ago.. J N Y. Died in Philadelphia Feb. I I big Family Sweepstakes-First Prize. $25,000.00. .:.

delicacy. The gall-bladder is preserved 1 1Ai" I. .Drt 6 Ad Ayres?mown, retiring i 23, 1947. I I 0 Look for hidden design under the cork*in ]I.
and sold for medical purposes ( Wirepnoto i president of Drew Universtiy, J867-Wilbur Wright, co-in-j i every Pepsi-Cola bottle top. Collect '

and snake excrement is HERE ARS THE THREE] TRUSTEES of coal mini ? pension fund after one of their meetings at I I Madi-3on, N. J., born in Mercer vcntor; with late younger bn>- 'f Swap 'em! It's fun!
used for Uric Acid. County, IB. 6S.years ago.jiuPlttlieah@ttjuhief ther.*'OrvilJe.. of the j
About the only thiffglttiai ind1 7 Ww&jngtpQ JJ"If; l lpivsettleaf} the. aft co#\5tJk<$ Lef(;v.rj.Jgttff;Senajot:; $rtfes; Bridges, Republican ," H of the soil born in' Millville: Ind. Died May i '
; GET 1t
not seem to have any special use of New Hampshire, neutral member; "E:ra Van Horn, mine operators' representative, and r"conservation service U. S. Department 20 1912. .emle'o

was the bones. Picking up. a John Z.. Lewis. United Mine Workers.chief.COURTSHIP I of Agriculture born in 1890 William De j Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City.

couple of snake vert beae. Scott _. -----'---'-_--'_-- -_--_.'-.--..,..--- --;--_ -_ -_ "-_--_. -f -- ._...._,.... ___ __________ __ __-_ I Wadeboro. C" 67 years ago.I toonist-, creator: of "Barney Beck Goo-car-j; i Franchised! Bottler r w
t tossed them on the taWe'like he "' TT"I I I Judge JArmistead M. Dobie of Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Key West
LEADS"TO LT.Ur. gle, born in Chicago. Died; Nov.
tu would a pair of dice. One of them BY MAIL rci1 Doesn't Pay |I the U. S. 4th Circuit Court Charlottesville i 11. 1942. t"Talk j jTh

came to rest broadside and he | Va., born in Norfolk, _,.
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u noted that it bad the appearanceof l 1a i. '.I Va., 67 years ago. --
.q. f j CHICAGO. (AP r S: Furhiss, dean of ;
some kind of a bird or plane. I ) Robbery 1 Dr.-"Edgar :;: I,
4. Then Scotty got his big idea. q' 1 has run up against a resistance I Ithe Yale University Graduate .

He'd make Gremlins out of these movement. Two thugs set out oni I I'I School born at Hunter, N. D. 53
bits of snake bone Expert years ago.James '.
e t i a crime wave that went like this. about Ameri -
meriting he painted them in a I .I J. Jeffries( California : VALUE'saysand /
: (, variety of gay colors attached antennas They robbed two lone men, but rancher, onetime champion .). ... .... "
made from spines and added all they got was -$12. They met heavyweight, born in Ohio, 73
pins to them so that they became i three others, one at a time, and.I II I years ago.Three . :-!
e costume jewelry. Then they +l each of the vigorous victims gave "CHEVROLET
I in the gift ,,, q !. them a boxing lesson. A woman U. S. farm workers can
were placed on .
I put them to rout by screaming. i now produce more than four S .. > -;' r rYouTl
the fantasy further, r' They took $30 from a truck ; could before World War II. : ' '
To : '
he wrote carry a history of the Gremlin ti 3. driver.heavy But truck the driver against smashedhis their 1 i I :: ,- : ;.;!:. .} ONLY Chevrolet

I which was published in pamphletform' \. automobile and they had to leaveit : The new Key West song. "MY :
t and given to each purchaser ,, in the street. The robbers next GUEST OF KEY WEST, is a ::
t of a Gremlin. In this brochure he ; tried to take a car from a woman. 1!' long-cherished idea beneficial to f "
told how themselves millions of unemployed Gremlins f 'I :! t let She foiled them by hurling away I I the Old Folks Home in Key West IS FIRST "

found 1 4 the keys in the darkness. One of I!I (ask the Jayshees). Composed
after-:the war. They world for a I 1 I:1: t -i the bandits was caught: quickly. and published by Benj. F. (Happy)
from of the f .
all parts ofI He had a black eye and a variety Werkheiser. Tavernier. FlozidaI .
conference in the Everglades of bruises
I I Florida. Scotty who had their .
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confidence, wca invited to at- I lIIlIlmmlmllllr.III1I"IIImlmllllIll"III"IIIIII'l. !{! : !! !! { : ! !!; 1IIfImnpliltrmnnOlmmnunmmutnnunlb!! : ! ! .
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suggestion .
'He"advanced the 1

j that{they could do the world a -' :
real service by helping folks AP Photo) :

ward off danger. Every human more WILLIAM 6. MUSGROVE (left). 84-year-old retired railroader .
he exolained nedes one
Gremlins to look after him and from Colorado. and Mrs. Elizabeth Pence. 75, of Kannapolis I.

keep; him out of trouble. So the N. Cr apply to Register of Deeds John R. Renfroe rt Charlotte. -

manufacture of Gremlins was be- N. C- for marriage license shortly before: their wedding. They tn .

gun at Silver Springs. A crew oi met a week before after a courtship by mail. The romance .

girls were put to work !painting started when Musgrove answered a clipping from a'..home- :: f( .4 8i.

and processing them. Fifteen maker's column'' a magazine. He proposed by mail and. i. 8i8

hundred dozen of the little trinkets wU'accepted. .

have been sold to dealers -- -' i t Itr ..1 Yowll Fnd thot new Yes, from one end of the country to the other,
individualsover -- '
and over 2.000 to f may.frontendstyIingnew public enthusiasm for the new '1948 Chevrolet
the counter. to the Tbenlnsult WILL YOU SMILE; ;? . 9k -, e : more colors-luxurious new and even tin e- points to a great public conviction that CHEW
i I He his given names Gremlins now Injury, 9? roneddstiffwherso! ROLET AND ONLY CHEVROLET IS FIRST in ofl-
various types of Can'tJudge the Big-Car beauty of round value in
the They as popularity. More people drive
being turned out. There is SHANGHAI.-(AP).-The Foreign ; v Chevrolet's! Bodies by Chevrolet official
Lincoln according to nationwideregistrations
Curtis, the Selfridge the Y. .M.\ C. A.:s jeep was stolena : .1 Fisher.
i latest t: is toe 81 / world's bir.odithe and more people want Chevrolet, .
his could swin- "
BeacBey and year ago. The theft was reported -"Ifow you ( gel much
andwith more ; r found only on Chew according to seven independent nationwide
trusted ? -
Atomic\ larger to the police. dle people who you; .1 better performance
I; antennae." This particular Gremlin In fact the theft was reportedtwice Prisoner--"But, judge people I.I.I. ecoramy from Chewolet's world's roletandh.gher-priced. surveys than any other make of car. Your own
w h* claims is more alert than once to the district station who don't trust you cant get I. .i champion Volve-nt-Head engine. It hoi taro judgment will tell you that this is becausethe

j ji the smaller ones. It possesses the 1 I and once to the central station. I' swindled." . 81 finest record of dependability of Chevrolet gives more value . because it alone
ability to see in all directions at 1 The other day the Y. M. C. A. I .' key automotive power plant exclusive! And to -. offers BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COSH -
I Valve-to-Head
i once ,.and can move got a curt summons from the i Diamonds used to be thought .1 Chevrolet and more expensive auto ,
speed light. II police. Its stolen jeep had run a I of as possessing divine virtues ,' mobiles. .
; I
NolScotty doesn't depend upon red light. and if worn on the person would .
his Gremlins for a living. He is II calm the wearer's enemies, prevent You end: your family wig ,
i still doing! his publicity work for In ancient days, jasper stones I swooning, dispel dreams and i : FOR HOME or :: hove Big-Car safety, boa ,. f -- _
j recently ;: -'
bread and butter. He was were set in rings and suposed to accomplish other salutary results. ( For Chothroefold vvolet brings you the 'i' .
engaged by M. J. Moss Republican be superior in healing power to I protection of ;
candidate from Orlando to other precious or semipreciousgems. GUEST OF 'KEY WEST"Sing : COMMERCIAL USE : t Fisher Unisteel body-con r'..I \ As you know, pubic demand for new If4f
his campaign "MY struction the Knee-Action; Chevrolet i is at the behest ..... U. e1s
j! handle publicity the Fifth District ( Dance. Whistle It) Ride, and Positive' -Action ] \ \ Chevrolet history. For that reason, we vf
for Congress for I .h't.) ,...'' Hydraulic Brakes-another to .
: ; We Are Prepared To Furnish You With you keep your present car in good
to usea
he expects He candidates I I .
t ,Scott says something. says' combination of features running condition, pending defivery .1 gout
nock of his King Sized Grem would do well to employ a lot of I 1'- . i Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE found only in Chevrolet and new Chevrolet. Com in. gel ........ I d.pe**%
lins en that job. his Gremlins as watchers at the -- more cosily cars. able service, now and of regular, ....--.
AU of his Gremlins he says are I polls especially when the votes TRIUMPH
; Republicans. He admits that are being counted in some north Inc.
there are also Democratic Grem-. Florida counties. Maybe if Ber- COFFEE : Thompson Enterprises, =1 I '

makers and he points*to the pre- narr MacFadden had employed a MILLat MULBERG CHEVROLET CO.
I sent split in Democratic ranks as few when he ran for the United : (ICE DIVISION) ::1

Ii evidence of what troublesome I Statese Senate he might have i. PHONE NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA. r 419-21 Caroline St. at Telegraph Lane PHONE 377 Key ,Weal, Florida .
II Gremlins can do when they get been in .the- second primary in-I I All Grocers .
i their heads together and start I stead of Jerry Carter. J mmmmmm.mamamm. "'CI11I1I111II1I"allllII"IIII1I11IIIII1I1I11UUIIlIlIlJIIUIU! !! ! : ! !::IlllmlIIIIIpIWInnnnglll1nIB81nmAAUllnnlllp'ij! !! !! !! v
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\'dG, EIGHT _. Tm$,' 8EY WES't CITIZ E 1 ': : , r. PJIIDAY. APIIIL II. 111E
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\ To JESSIE GIBSON ftlOIBER 'or ; : ; ( r NCCS SpringFestival ,. # 'i ofu ,i :it4 'l'children- --9 on' -conpcrattvncourtesy ..... UAKKHLFULOfr "KNMt;

Ism utc I I .II( of
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Of NewConslilulion Dunce. ; ,1I \. '. I tj 't (t Officers. f:Arithmetic and spelling." .... .f a enttitr. Ralf HM...,
r : .
Copies 1 < lIe concluded that ta thla eeAso liar- .. tilts., t.4 lr
TEAM' I Is Big Success LAWRENCE '' Lreo-lttr d ......_ Ii
j; :BT ACNES Changing: world the scbeek .... was a
festival" .Ppmciaiwi j P.T.A."members held ;also change to'keep absent .C let Ie M ets.AU .

i The:! NCCS'spring) their igb1a! meeting! t)f the year.:the times.Scientific. - -
lee.r/I .. ...11t1_.. dance was enjoyed op Wednesday school -. study shame. kNte feed Msst.ihal. d lions
DeLAND. April 1C.-Copies of I evening by a capacity: ci$wd. '>'Monday' evening' in children: learn words mate ..... - hell .ale eye

the proposed new constitution I The decorations of ferns;, flowers auditoriuhvHonored'guc3tt.Key. than letters.' Word h. e ate.fl-
: and Chinese lanterns 'gave, the I'I. j. ;A. D. O'Bri- sing simple letters Ain't was prwmbd Mar i/Mxd. to

'I for Florida will be distributed College by i iI '.'I.auditorium a garden party"'atmosphcrc. -_''anI.,Fvinpia.a Bapiist. 'Ch'un-h Im'-.* New 'pfficcr arc: trite. Ann the .....
the Stetson University
: j :Arent Sjurscir and! his tot led He also re-elected
i "group: in prayer Gibson : prcsMint;
of Law at the annual meeting J
Orchestra, furnished .
II Three Sharps ,
I, of the Florida State Bar Associatton | I 1 gave inforpialjen on how to teach 1[I..Mrs. t '.' G. Mr. 'a- -n> r
thAI week in Hollywood according -j music grand(for march dancing.fThe was'; I lei; by4 i children the .right way of:,living ..dcnti .Mr*, Fletcher Ilatfietd. ft..toroing ..V.,._
through Teachers cannot -: Mrs. E. Sjo-
tcligioa. secretary;
L. A. llaslup.
to Dean Gerald Finder and Hilda Castillo
The proposed draft., prepared I j Refreshments were :served 1; do it alt We must have that torrc ;pondin$ sccreiary,: Maebct PARTY FAVOM

I t by a r Pee lab committee\ of the as-1 by Edith Knuck Deity.Lou'Garing. : effectfv" cooperation froai lhc'home Bauchmanl: trcast/re-. sad IMSPRIZE ..
relation of which D. IL Red-| r !, be pointed out J| : The ChildrenBOJ of Arltht
Nctta Valdez and Birdie-Lou I 'Albert ah
learn is chairman was printed I : ; ', 7--: ', ". Lowe.: Mimi Hayes wa\ 1tro-.1: CareT cave ciu ITEMS
; lighteningppcxc, b os thee: topic:
the Stetson University Press j ;-
at I duced as -the Sally Hand of. Key
and already ha had a wide distribution r West" and her fan dance received 1 "Why' Schools Are Different. IIc'said Your Grocer SELLS That Coed Everythi.q. ka Toys 1*
all_ of. US::lIt '-some time or
Jn Florida., MAke Ite Zits .Uppft t
repeated encores.
.I 1 other have heard remarks such :
I Action on the proposal is expected AMERICANBRAND
made special order Those present were the Misses I I as -Uy(; little boy has been in
to a
the semi-annual : tt ; r I I,43r Boots Emory Olga Brost. Car :i first.grade: since'September, and t TRADER
f business << .
in December advance men Lunlt Martha Bouza Lucy : he can't ;everi say the alphabet and CUBANTry Tit o.nllM. ..... I.r
meeting Ovilo Conchita llerrara. Rose A Pound Te ,-
[I Those'report cards! They mark, -
report from the Hollywood convention
Marie Shanadan. Rose Garcia, .
Indicate. Claudina and Vilma LaFe, Betty

Aba representing Stetson at 1 Johnson, Ruth Strickland Betty I STRAND THEATRE .AAAA.AAA .AAAAA... .........uuM

Thursday the bar meeting and- continues which through opens ; Armayor, Carol Boza Mimi I Air-Conditioned r ;;:
all the
Saturday, will be President J. STETSON UNIVERSITY DEBATERS were in Columbia,,5./( ...yel! d r for the Pi Kappa Delta Hayes Benildes Remond. k t. A.-

Ollie Edmund* a graduate of the regional debate tournament. Members of the: teams are;, from-lefi"standing.. William Singleton NCCS Junior Hostesses Boca Chica.and'Fleet Servicemen -; 1. N vSkdafing: .

Stetson College of Law and a Las Vegas. Nevj Jessie Gibson Key West..and.Prof.. Richard IS. Brand'director.: of-Forcnsics.Seated Sonar School from the Ships, Marine i ::DAISY BPNTOH" l

successful' attorney in Jeckson-: from l left, are Hugh McKinley of MiamI. and.Helen'Woolen-Coral i: Ga les. Barracks. Section Base and'Submarine I Iou Crk*1o.r4:Dana'..Andrews
. I :
.vilJe before he accepted the {if
j! presidency l' I Base.Seek 1 Starting S nday: h : \0
.'I of the DeLand Charles institution T.I Miss Jessie Gibson of Key West was in Columbia.! .:;S..C...yesterdcy'to| take part in the Pi "I WONDEH:WHO'S KISSING

early this year. law Kappa Delta regional debate tournament?a member: tift the,tpam representing? \ John B. Stet- DivorcesPetitions. THER NOWTJam r
member of the
Hrndenon. a ... . H aver.. Mark,Stevens
son University. -'; - - .f, :
school faculty, also will attend. divorces: were j
I Teamed with her was Miss Helen Woolen of Coral Gables., .. ' < ; seeking office" = ': '- .
in the of
filed yesterday : 'i"
In addition to the debate contests Miss Gibson also entered, ,the nis. : : .
extemporaneous, ev MQNROE- THEATRE
I.CtdllolicDq . e" '. ', .- Circuit Clck Ross c. Sawyer'by: .: ftVott'll find ..
--- - -- --- ,-- --,-:-----:- -- ,. h Bonnie Joan Marchbank;-against I ......'...H vlvShowiiu | roptm r.portlon.d 1
; .5. Brice Lc Verne. Marchbanks 'by JEWELS\ BRANDENBURG BT.r" :
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lgllttrs Going LA C.ONC.UA; ; 'TO : clothe .
four; Births At ji j 1{I Deronica Hanley McDermott *- i Richard -TrarU and anus.b
The Weather s .
Convention nt-OfEN COFFEE t against Thomas P. McDermott; i 0. ,blkhelln&Lb.iral; 't
.To t Louise Mayberry I'' orUs in fears at..
i Ndvattiospiialj t' by Mary -
,j shop TOMORROWJ. t Starting' ,Sunday Mler'
Charles Whalcn May- -
Court 134. Catholic DaughtersI :. against
I Key. West will be well represented FORECASTKey : 'I A five pound. twelve oftnCc ,' D: McAndrews, manager of berry and by Max L. Rosen- J 'GUAtALUPE'LA CHINACA' : Spring .O.k.Th..J."

at the state conventionf West and Vicinity: Partly son was born in the- U. S. Naval'Hospital La'Concha Hotel. ahndunces clse- I stein against Pauline R. Rosen-J ar1AaIaatayaViante Orona t
*rhefC.in today's 'Citizen the i Spanish Picture
Daughters in Miami. reopening I' tacll.. of apparel for
i "f Catholic cloudy with scattered showers in .to Mrs. Evangeline La '
at 6 o'clock)
April II and 1>. Miami Court Pcnc, wife of Milton J -La, Pen tomorrow i '
No. 283 will be the Ixwless. with the area. Little change in tem- ':iSTMl, --VCN-2 ocjt'. Chicar.< .The rooming Coffee of the'La Conchs. Hotel I Extra Tit:
Shop. \
or Lare
Hotel. perature. Moderate southeaster
headquarter at Columbus : baby has been named :Milton -The is invited stein.NOTICE
public to visit
I Several distinguished speakers ly winds. t James' II. .' .*- '. i ii ,, this; .popular coffee shop. Mr. 1 "BUY. IT IN KEY 'WEST"

int ludnig his excellency, the Most Florida: Scattered showers anda r.'Andrews. assureS all the fjnest f SPECIAL Men and Women "

Hev. Thomas J. McDonouga.! D.D., few thunderstorms today tonight I i A seven-pound, pne-half ounce foods quick, courteous service
bishop" of.SU Augustine.and 'was:horn to Mrs..M ,Ket- Service Sale
I auxiliary and Saturday except partly i i j'son ;UY and,cjeanlincri.) ane mot Ptonal
Supreme Regent Miss May chum, wife of HollyiL.- KeU'hOm,:; A. 1). Taylor is no
N. Y. cloudy weather in the Tallahassee :: Gifm .- ." Venetian Blinds
C. Dupp of South Orange TM2, USS 'c. {r i r' Because food prices declined -
connected with
supreme regent for more than area.East : rt " " .rnirc longer Flaishtd Wittier Than New! :([.nf l :
Gull: Moderate northeast.: ' sharply. price than other .OI. C I .. (_ct.
n t': A sij{ pound, .thirteen 'ounceson ;:1 c inc. \ Completely. Renovated I Ir
yea to easterly winds today through : V A? lh"WWS l !): : .pcrial t. the JUUlJ. ", 1 fO:
A solemn' pontifical mass will > was born to Mrs. Ida Fr anlt- .proportion of American __ FAINTED -- -
be celebrated> the second; : morning Saturday. Showers and a few.;; lin, wife of Robert .S. Franklin! ," if6ti exjjchdirnrc used consump-for 'food I ant the only )local
convention at 8:30 by the thunderstorms south and central c:I SMoMM.\ Operation ,Development -- CORDED :CORNER of SIMONTON ....
of the i i 'i'declined ', house iii' KeySigned IJ ]1541PEARLMAN'S
portions partly cloudy extreme ." I : R'E. FLEMING JOIIe
I Rev. McDonougn, who will also north ': Station. 1] ' '. and STREETS

) Ihtb opening prayer at 10:30. portion.Jacksonville Through Florida *\ Romans'dio iron nails 5i.>to; WcI.! ; '. ... ,VE. '....................................-

1 i Business session will be presided Straits: Moderate winds mostlyeast Eleven "poundi-'Jlftech'. \ >i.the falls'} their homes. to keep I j ( ) : RemoVed'.iuid.. < Installed.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wise daughter waS'bOm.td..fcs.: BerVJs .. - -
I I, of St.over Petersburg by state regentMayor through to Saturday.southeasterly'Scattered today ,i Wilson 'wife ::0[':James 'W.'{:Wil-"'.iI" ...pldguc away.MOTHER'S: '-jrsto \ "' .tlf' f*' -- KEY'wESTVENETIAN

of Miami i CFCjof 'the :-'FlceJ) 'S nar. I .
Robert Floyd spn ;: .,
I I showers and a few thunderstorn:3. ; ,BLIND COMPANY' .
address School, 'Sabmarine'' Rasc: ; Fhi5iGreetu! SI ; ; *
'I will give the welcoming : . . :; r. .
with Mina M. BeUcrly. grand regent Jacksonville to Apalachicola: -- : \ DAY I Phone 852. I; 123' DUVAL STREET (3) INCORPORATES .
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and state vice regent, greeting : No small craft -,1!' ,' .
or storm warnings I e .
guests of hurt' are being displayed. i :.i&.SurIa( ,, Mtlt'9rl ..i .. "THE STOKE OF QLAUTV;
B. Robert. Jr. research 1.I Select You+(:.Cards'Earlyl: )!! _
Richard I For the ands ] The Exclusive LADdSB MHSO ..dCHILDREN'S
director for Florida Power and ReportKey I , ,;:;o.o>'.. -_ 'I r ,Gibsoii i'! and Norcross. Largest. e
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talk. ' Store Weet
to Key
Light Co.. will also give a '
West, Fla. 16, 1948 :
sightseeing trip at 2:30 April I i. i-r-: '" rat. : CARPS' .
After a j Plenty degrees ,
benediction at Gcsu Church ,Observation taken at City Office Daughter to Jenkin4esWord ,- -:: .r ,
p.m 8:30 A.M.. EST was rccciyccl'jp i, Kejr ; *
will be said at 7:30 and reception I' coolerinside ..Jaj
Thursday the'bjttl\" pf an eisJitr .
follow at 8:30 in the TemperatureHighest OFFICE: e
I"will",, ..I. yesterday 84' pound Mrs daughter H.' G."' Jehkfnsatth to LJcattnartand | ;j I I Roberts SUPPLIES I ,. flATTERING LEG CHARM '
. : i
officers will take Lowest last night .69
Elect km of Navy Hospital'm; MemphisT.cnn.\ : ",r 126 PUVAL.-ST.? : ":
banquet Mean .76 ,1 : PHONE 250
2:30 and a : -
Monday at : '
place Mrs Jenkins beforehmarriage from DAWN to DUSK. .
Vina M. BctterlvM Normal 76 ; I
.. with Mrs. was Miss Mary Thompson rte'F
will be at 7:30 F
toastmistrrss. PrecipitationTotal -
daughter of Me:and Mrs. Mervin'Thompson
p.m. in the Columbus roof gar last 24 hours .62 ins. 320 Margaret L II ,
Total this month 6.08 ins. ; f fs

dell.7lwalc. making< tIMtrip from Excess this month ._ '__00 5.41 ins. Europt"'s- longestrivcc Js the'. Let t Us" Help! Youi 3 a s A r

Kay West; will be Chaplain Rev- Total this yt.ar 9.16 ins. Volga, 2,325 miles Jon; I -
Father JohllllJlGrand Regent Excess this year 3.76 ins. : Plan
i .Your Floors :
Mrs Dcmeritt. Financial Relative Humidityat

Anna COITO an Monitor 8:30 A.M. I ALBURY and SON Free Estimates Ciren ;-
Mrv Wick. 71'kBarometer "
..."*. Dion. SmtioH .Asphalt Tile I IN
...... Mrs. Paul Lumlcv. Mrs. Dion. NEON SERVICE .Rubber Tile
Mr Leaner.: Mrs. Martine' Jr. We Specialize in All i Cork Til.
29.98 ins.-lOI5.2 mbs. "1lUi\E
and Mrs. Stephen Whalton.SIIR1NKRS i Kinds of Neon Signs I Plastic Floor Tile

Tomorrow's Almanac and Lighting Stripping (VlH-iVI I Plastic WaU Tile ,, I /'
!'\ BEGIN Sunrise 6:03 a.m. '! .BroadfellsCapello I Y ,r
Continued From PaC One) Sunset 6:50: p.m. Wool Rugs
.. .. 12:55 '
Itonctnft and entertainment will Moonrise a.m. .Acoustic: Ceilings ayi" ++
follow at the Casa Marina. Moonset 2:01: a.m. .Hardwood Flooring
The fallowing' Is the list of Moon, first quarter April 16 ( ii> i e'. I i eFormis. for Sinks ,1
"ndt4tf'S: 'Q 0V i I Counters: Tables f ,

rtl'fJtlf': It- ''ItAlexandra. Charles TIDES bQ1C .. ; ;! Floor Sanding and -- \ '.I
oft. 6 '. i
U Au lln. Carl L. Birdwell. Altrrd Tomorrow I Refinishings
1./ rocbky.'Jarww N.Chanm.feorce (Naval Base) "\", J.fi.. G e 4..01/1 s. !

T. Duva'L Thomas Y. Elder .Eastern Standard Time) .94; 4a,.. 4 Modern floors & Tile PIIOEXIXl'LOl I 1'\\
llrrbrtt R E11K JAcoh Holdh Hiqh Low I ;ti" t 'tooo'f'aa
rs. Phllln Orcenwald. William 5:44: a.m. 9:19: a.m. .".
Harden.<< Jr. Frank Ileops. Wil- 3:20: p.m. 9:47: p.m. I' tv sa4 s o 3 oe4q'y. ; J. L. GATES r \ \ \

Pam W. Hodges. Abbott A. Kar- 'too Et O4 9 oooI I i Mooring Contractor !ool. tool I WIIDIBIE
Manuel Larrubia. Jame C Reference Station West 501 t. PHONE
: Key ; 1593
t owe. Marcel A. Mwan. Abraham Time of] Height of 1 1i i JJ .
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Mints. John E. Murlin. Joel StationTide [high water 1 I, - - - j Van Heusen Sport Shirts I Ir Isport Stocking wise women are J
n. Newman. Charles II. Purslev. Bahia Honda s1Rl' I i .. following the Phoenix \VarJri4 --

J *n K. Sh ". Charl+ K. Smith. (bridgeDh 10m 0.0 ft Plan for longer and more faJiinistockings +ie

Felix S. Solomon. Gordon J, No Name Key : Eastern{ do"ffl7uiipi u ...
: It'ssuamazmfly b. Mwrlf
; Sprin-my'er. henry L. Stockton. (east end)(__ -+2h 20m Wo Inc. ii;: The airiest smartest shirts this sid of the sun. car.
Wllli: E. Stm.kine. Frank X.Vort. choose the proper stocking for the on....'" for brim or
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Boca Chica Tailored by Van Heuscn in cool; washable, breeze-
Thomas N. Costca. James (Sandy Point-Oh) 40m i Formerly Pan-American Tire Company U office for drefs-up afternoons and fur fU te.ari.. j.....
n. Ponrr. Courtney H Sampson8amuel 1 Caldes Channel : 1101. 103 Division Street -JC: welcoming fabrics. Many boast Van Heusen's excluii ,.

Silvrtnan. DonaW H.IlartW Phone 118 California Lo-; o. collar smart and correct with a tie
(north end) +2h 10m +1-4 ft WALKING SHCCIS I.SO

R.A.Ix M>rd>Ulan and/Vrtarm Glvnn Archer.TlavmnnH NOTE 2 oOo ,t I U or open.Yours for the plucking in short And long sleet ed AFTCINOON SHCCIS 91.93

Police Chief Joseph Kemp i n- : r T 9 models. Come in today. CTCNIMa SHIMS 93.IS -
pounced traffic ru'' in effect for (-. )-Minus- to be sign subtracted.: Corrections' :- ISER FRJlZ E-: ....U.$.....01C .

Ih* parade of t*> ? Shrines tomorrow (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to i. ... In l!
Then will be no nark in" be added. I Automobiles Automobiles=. T, (Mli T Kxtra: SliriNYLO.N 'r
j 'In Eaton street' from Duval In 7D ? !\olice to Our (:"alumpr3CLOSING '
(b-Hour. IIOSKIn (
Whitehead no ,-.rkin- in T>"- t -
: (hi)-Minute. j Pay Only the, : I
street; no parking in Division Feet Regular NO. 1 NOTICE the New "pr.n'| Shade. - -
( O-
alree from Duval to Simontn- TRADEINREQUIRED Sizes 8 to 10"zON
Greets: parr may h" 'ivjrked on :. Establisbed..Price = Effective Thursday. May nth we will clbsr ;;

the south side of White Division street streefrom .................S...... ;U ' Come. In. and See These Cara- ,: at Noon Thursday of each week at.SALE >-12.!' ) and' ( "P"I ,
Simonton to
: throughout the SummerLEWINSKY'S =
T*"" extra. natrolmen to help BICYCLESRepaired i: : nr <. You'll Buy Several Pews of ThvarWhen I
handle the Shriners and those" IMMEDIATE DELIVERY You -
See J hem --
who will watch the narade have i.

been appointed. They *- Jnhr 1 and Rented !IU -e_ .; . J

Anil and Francis II. McLeave i Also In Stock-NEW "tIH.H'nTln. : i for HO\V .*..! '..IKI>-
Chief Kf'lnn caid. e AUTO i- .
They will bton duty until BICYCLES TRICYCLE ARTS nud ACCESSORIES MEN SSNAP i "Sundial"and "I'clenT ShoesGET

April 28. when the ceremonialS WAGONS SCOOTERS ;: Dayton TIRES and TUBES Exilic BATFERIES : T-

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SKATES RADIOS, Cabinet and Table Models '
The first mallable iron fill Overseas fI i. 1D APEX Washer'* and Variiiim Cleaner 526 Phone 146
Cycle Store sTREET
from the sky as meteorites whichl
..'tniti*'*' man regarded as gift 920 Diricion St. Phoaa 1381I D II., ELECTRIC Fans and KITCHEN Warn ,

of the gods. *t tfb I) "........................ e iii! [J 'It fII! !!I !!! .8 !!' !I I!! I! I!!! ., II! !! P II! 8 .L For the Brands You- "Know; )*>1 --- -

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