The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00509
 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 17, 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: UF00048666:00509
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Key West Florida)1. has the c ih l dpe> .,1 W .,

1 I most equable climate, in the ,'. :
country, with an average r for 63 Year. Deroled to MM

t range of only 1 Fahrenheit, Best Interests of Key West

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: AS TIME DRAWS NEAR i: Crash Victim Will IN ATTACKING U. s.;; I Take Key West By Storm .

rArrive Next l WeekI In

!I I The body o' Larry E. Clue' ;


: Frll :dim"r in Key West late Monday nightor ''Hviilcnt I: Tltal Soviet leaders
I Thai ( early Tuesday:moininc. > WH11E: : >>HKEri; SO (.\IjU.\TE. WERE; KEIIXG IMTIATKI l ) DURINGAFlERIXOOtS :

I muni*!* Will I llr l)t-frat-1 I..UN"; St1RVIVlt.eeaity !I I Clue was killed in .in airplane Accuse; ll Ill MObLOW Now Coii iiiced 'Miit ,
1 1t'd crash in Jacksonville during a i r. ; CEKKMOMM.; : CLOSES: 1OMGIITU1II: BANQUET, CO: :\.

Voliug. U"iu', At.M. 8 civilian was flying pilot in training a single flight.-engmed He Conulrj Preparing For I CERT, DANCE AM hMUHAHSM&VI:

I .\. I. Sunday l I I Cessna.I Mrs. Larry E Cl6c,.the widow 1 War .. '. ". hey \Jes war taken over today I.y l ;Malii 'It-tuple.

.Nrb.. '__iird ........ t is the former.. Juan ta Lones f 'i fib .Thr Aowrlalrd .Prep. I Early: I last iiiglit! lli first Iu.air influx fir >i-ilor; were noted on the Mrrrl
'KOMI1: 17. 1V.IU daughter of M&. Frank. Lones i 1 NEW
; will YORK 17 Lddie
April April
415 Francis street. Pressrorres.- By t l a.m. today, it 1ti'> t>timuU-il that fully I.O I ttprn l 8 o Plot'k tomorrow morn Gilmore Associated
Clue had two tours'of duty in
lie (I la, m., Eastern Standard the last pondcnt\ in Moscow:: has sent a reached here.During'.
Key West one about
Pm..l btr the election' in Italy three years ago at Boca Chica 6- i story to the AP in which he said the early afternoon, tllrnngll; lm,, 'I* srjily decorated: for the ur
which will determine whether Naval Air Station' He was for- that the Radian press and radio I the thrillers from Fort Landi'nlalr; KfyViM t, (Holly'Hood I and Abu Shrine Quit: .
tf ltd immunteU will Ret con- mcrly of John Day Oregon; have toned their attacks( on the
i 'Y Palm Beach held tarailr.Thousand .
end sit bo country [ Funeral will beat 5 p. m. Tuesday a (
IJtol" C. with few takers is in the.Chape)J.of:Lopez Fun United States. liiinl the !slm,. nlu-u the colorful (parade i pa'.... Tlir nuifWttM
UM the rutnmurmU will be de- cral Home with the Rev. G. Leon Even the fire-catins Gazette, of the men, the Main Temple Baud, the fife and drum corps of Abu Shrine (:Il IttL,
fratrxi. The tuck exchanges in Wells, pastor of First Method i t i which compared Prc tdent'-Truman .
IMf city and Milan were strongtoday Church officiating. to Hitler, has softened its 't vrri" pit tun- to Ix-hoM an they went up the t'tlTf'h.
drtnomtratms that the f[ Full military services will beheld remarks against tnis country and I '1 I lacy fonuiNl at Whitehead. and Eaton .lrretis lhi. >nIH
rtirrvl" opinion .is that the com Pallbearers ,*tit.-be selected its leavers Council Of il"
j -;:.III llnparadr. Duval street They turned into
trainbts have little chance of f
t from Honor Guard of Arthur Sawyer -i It is plain to :sec! thai word m
i winning, and that the Christian Post of the. American Legion.I has been sent out from the Kremlin Social I 11)ni.ioolrert) "' then went l.. "hilc street here tiny

UnnnrraU. will tout a decidedvictory Burial will be in the. family plotat to stop the virulent attackson Agencies inar--hfM] !In lilt Key Wot Hiph School auditorium.
Government N>n finn with ftlitht innroMn in City Cemetery aI 1 I Iirtllnv' iK-fiJii; initiating a cla"" of more thaK
still taking
,ics, all pf them short arc Holds Session
'If Ie.... 1 the U..S. to task: they arc exceedingly ,;5O() new members, ill a
; Plime Minirtrr .'c G.>nari feeunmfMlrnt Love ga Visits mild couipateu: iviin 1 The Council of Social Apcn'lt.- J.1.; LLMOTl: DIETS ceremony which _alit
\ that the cnmmuni ls; the lormer altacl., i
will I.! lminuteml met for its regular monthlluncheoq last fur the remainder of
H KtmcmgtJrlrat : Gilmore intimated that Premier =.
lAP VVirevhotvl West YMCA\ \ ,meeting; M1 Friday at e
govern Josef Stalin and his war the afternoon.While .
I.ee Restaurant
Orient Agencyrepresentatives
I will has takrn every pntdutionAii MARC WORST (above). 33 of '\1" \\'Ir.-t.) lords have come to realize that s the ceremonial was we-
l4 any upminx by the coin Burbank. Calif was the onlysurvivor \ : the United buotncssin reported) on the ;
Stales mearu der there fancy drill
I I City Manager ROBERT MACIDOFT (above).. previov:* month's activities way. was a
munUU to try tu intimiddtc proplr -
of the Pan American : its preparations for possible
:i k : Moscow correspondent: for the, The council tool', action to support -
tntncuin t' the polU. Four
: ;: : Russia. The
World Airways Constellation war piledriv-
I l liundiixl' thousand soldiers and : .: Robert JA>\' .*{,<*, w.io IS a mCI1bcr \- National Broadcasting com blow that about the Housing: Authority in See Photos On
|,",JMTtnm will lie on guard crash that lulled 30 persons at I i[ of the national staff of llvI pany. was accused Thursday by ins the attitude brought of Stalin a Bits efforts toward the passage;; of
change in
throughout" the Shannon airport in Eire. He..! Armed Services Department of his former secretarv Cecilia the Ellendfr-Wagner Bill 1 6
country i I and his cabinet was the''vote in Pt'gc
.It is i known that ,thx' said the force of the crash ., the YMCA, arrived here today'I I the passage of which would help
rnwmunH [ Nelson. of using his.position in"the the House of Representatives
l r.n.r of (k-n,,H ha had punta threw him out through the ]i i for the purpose'of (limpet,ling Hit]!1 Russian capital: to collect: providing for more than $$ bit alleviate: the lousing fchorlage

rrl",..t'J"t= 4l.'l'JO.' 'li6ld t ..,.ln-u.' " wlU'txcrriR ._ atkI t-!:. baggage compacttneni.' Lockheed WorstWelRtnager'bf"the .1!'t!:;sun lotdl Square. Aroertcajj said:he"*.jtop:.ti>to..increase 70 groups.theleountry'aair.tQeie Only three.,'here countrjCtThe.'CouxBul and: in other. :pasts alit of cffoif went thei atretl by the. aiuDivlai MaW Patnl*. io- _'WteftM
1 \"cilanc-t"" rc that the ....1- Aircraft Corporation base at j During thz: day Ly\caga c-m-1: \ bas been sending intelligence votes opposed that bill and that to on ,assist'record.the to Welfare every Board in 3 p-m., the C... .+nn.l Fnsi
beta ate nut distributed Several Shannon. I fated with City;'Manager! Ralph to the United State in evidently proved to the; Soviet Section wa preented. thAt "<.
I reports l locating footer homes where chit'
IMsaand. of Iborr ballot have!' D. Spalding who handling the! leaders the predominating sentiment I High Sctmol Ai.M rlttat WIW
lirrt* Bltrn. 'ft lluwian'. spies, and British city's portion of the expense otconducting diplomatic' pouch!. Miss Nel in thia country in lavormg dren can bo placed when ct mumstances Raymond Priet a. <*.irri son their home-
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..*e.tr4The To I I is a native of Michigan in own
Keep the YMCA heieI Kuo .
preparation for war against placement foi their was presented' by .the Mhi C h uu'
|"lLi will rtiiMin 'Of'n| all *>vcc ga \'va$; H&svued b> the city Sid.'New. I necessary er.>.
tUjr UwiHMriiw. and will lie tli. Second auar..ISection
Of m were prc.entI
Wright j
MI..duwn. will, lie Replica
al They "f".1 ,
of the : .
President Mill was to be preed i Ip.m
Elks were: George: :
I 'rluc'k 1
I Mi
.4w-Hill at Liv
>n< much mi Lodge ,
..(..nine and rl..d. | at 2 ,,'tl<..k, I Brothers Plane!i,I Ixiveagd with said Ihe Ue' local Was YMCA Received: In{ 1 I White; Key Wet housing Authority m the High Srlwiil CJ n t> '
. pressed : :i City Ruth Lange. State Welfare sium The Seetum WM In hr pietented
The evtra Uillf lin
...It.I.f84v.. that all> voterswhit ? wasderwkd i "You really have a spacious i iI iI i For Homestead I Board: Eileen C'XiRhlin National) by tale i > aye ,
IANION I building and wide giouivU i iI Catholic Servitt staff aeii .|J< bv I tn
Mitt... ivcutrr theire (1 I Ciixuit ( o ut f"I'11.. IN-.' Community
iiidy will pUce a replica or the h ';tone |I divund the locdl unit did I ,. .
Lamle taught ItnAhetb biplane < itomidlYMCA Sawyer soul l t'id. itlidt. : i.; the Ross Announces M .
"Kitty- I 1" other cities thr olic Community Center- ; Norma During the" HerM....... th I 1.
-- |h.,\ k" in their Mienif(> museum'when b'I building idiirrounded" diftenlct lidlloU for t'." May 1 Popp PTA Council I; Jane WhiH dies of the Shrmpr were IN g..

Funeral' ServiceTor the original goes home Thereplug i I bother buildings!, and there is PIIITM.V have l,ttn iT( 'eiv'(i u bung built by students I none finer Jlwn the Key West and that l.t!>stntce voting will get Elks: at homestead was announced Carola Nettle: and Helen Me JESSE M. ELLIOTT (above). dt 4 clock.: There ww to U ..
the Delia illdnd technua
ut v building.Fran ,. under way M mldy. The voting I today by Peter> J. Ross. disc Neil American Red Cross. 59. general of the rktail party for the ladles in
Mrs. JohnsonliilMi I MHH; .1.| I Kfy+ West:, ', Lo\eaga will : will l last until April *>0. tncl deputy grand exalted Pulaof Florida Tunes manager.Union at Jack- the Casa Marina (........
Under! the will of Orville go id Pens*eula'tu Vdlpdnso and The sample .liscntw ballot the Elks.! who returned to his At 6:45 pjn, there w.. |., l ld It
..1 l ...-.vin will !I.. held |,: Wright the 'Kitlyhdwlv which I t thence to the YMCA buildings in now an' being piint-Ml at MMIUI. home in Key Weil after visiting Red Cross Needs sonrillo died cf a heart attackat band cwftrert by the Mafci T,'m
T. fur Mr N. Jolmx.n '' made the first >oweied) flight tort Den . his home in that city Thursday -
satav iicy | Columbus, Gap" nedti Sawyer s iid All orders for the lomeitcad : pie Band in the CM Mniu.Hotel .
.SO. whit! .!Min the Key WtMP with a man aboard in 190-1: soon I ningStofcr. somjI"S. al t Ihii-o tents c;ic.h. that Among the other proininntHks. Old Clothing .
Muinn'll.ri', 11..1.. will be returned to the United I --- ---t---; tn' ntiivttl 1 bv Monday will l>osonl : who attended the meetinglast -- -- i i At 7;38 p.in. all the *.... dntl

A..f1Ct"It." .. unittIn' I StdtCb I to Keyot on Monday night at homestead' were The American Red Cress which Expect Large their Lathes were W Ml .AMTB. tbt ..
lie tht craft to bnglcinddfttr : I
duet. | tinI'ritdidid.. Fun sent Resigns .
Iwen o night bv bus"Cdndidales i Walter Wigman, past exalted member of the Council of a >n' %>et at th* CM Mar'n
Mal. I ll....ie. a lung dispute with the who hider 1 them ruler of Coral Gables Lodge of Social as a collects and distributes HoteL Horace 0-.,...t ul X, ..
bull. Jnhnwn "I l IMIT time' own I Smithsonian:. D. C.institution The Smithsonianhad in Washington i Patrolman b' by Monday can get the samples Elks, Exalted Ruler Oekers also Agencies used: clothing _. ,' .tin : Crowd MondayAt \ \\.1 u 'i,' I 4, ..it '..M, .
nl. and. operatrtl, th* Silver Palm credited" the Langley "atiodnmie atthe bus station here Tuesday; of Coral Gables and many Elks need of men's clothing and Among these He will tar.oc1 u
II..'. Kut.'n and Kli/abrth *" which wdtcik l in Sl"fcr. wlio has betn a morning:' said Sawyer from Coral Gables and MiamiBeach. children's clothing sizes:. 2 Park RallyIV to the auteawill he John !/
; Paul i
sheets She tall, it and thinwint : .
I ; 12 deputyctl } uieteeesT Poi.
a launching: it few days: l before member of the Key West Police through years.
In livt .it (Idi Concha the Wrights flew their plane. today f Ross said that the new lodge Persons; having us'"d: tlothms: ; dfldi.i .nJlu.IU" hI of the Stole of !k'elseyl..t-t ,
She .leaves a bmtlirr. N..IJI Ir- i with I being the first capable ofI Department resigned the over position:a year to dtrep' Doors & Windows would be instituted by Mco that they are no longer using; : ',''the Jim:01 hainrxi of ('''mmcrce who will deliver the Prue i.adetree ,.
n of Muokcgun, Mich I There were 60 men attending the urged to brine it to the chapter : .
____ I I poweied flight with a pilot employment in the filling and are is figuring; on having@ a .
by Orion Kus -at- Homestead meeting and all signed office 301 I 1-2 Front :street, or Idrgi iuw.fi at i its political tally The banquet w*> !.. b fed ".,
S.-. .,-_ ...raa. !. I. .. I i *"" 124 service sell at Division station and White street SlKl'Mv' 1,1 MIIKK: : : 1'A1DTELEPHONE petitions: and application for phone 286 and it will be picked Monday night in liryview Park at 9 i p.m. by a c.>f re TTCKFTOFFICEALL I .Ralph D. Spaldmg 816 membership ic the new Elks up lC'du-<<<' of the piTien" of Fuller Mahi Chanter M! the ('IL__ VI
TWINS GARAGE City Manager Lodge. -- ---- Wair 'n, who will make a speechin (Continued On P-.e Six
liaa titufi aras .lr..< rk-. announced. -- - ----- i behalf of his candidacy for the ------ --
,., ;iraVtrifinjr/ ; 1"1 I AIRLINES I -- ----- Democratic: nomination for gov

n'Hly and "',.""!,, Ir'rhe PRICE TOURS For Tour !,\rxl Party \Masonic Notice I DANCE einorOthir! , Palace Theater
.....w .... i'/ Ir 'Si i ... I(i i! FRESH limn m i f'umrnerctalUSE ) I siht-diiled to speak are
--411 Fleming St.--' CAN DY OUR CONVENIENT TONIGHT. 9 O'CLOCK TIL 1 aruhidU" I"is i up" mUrcltnt i of JOAN BENNETT M*
-' COCONUT s I. Special Communication of An public tiuiton, in Monroe MICHAEL RCDOAAVC
chor Lodge No. 182. F. fc A. M.. MUSIC county inn! piiants for clerk '* eeret llr. onil I ihe I It)......rNews
I'rtmiicl o/ A<*y IF pil ICE CUBES Monday. April 13th. IM*. at 7:30 .7. ot uncut' ''u It .nl ilcik of the .
cod Sheet
..111"01111111111 and lubaDISTINCTIVE: p. M bT ORCHESTRA cinnmtJ'U't i ..t I It'uod: I
15c up PER PKG. and Instruction in F. C.RHUMBA

The La Concha Hotel GIFTS 'IHOMI'MKSILVrKKPRlSES. j f i Degree.All members and sojourners '.

Marshall Studio Shop 1 liie. j invited to be present I Il -VOTE FOR-
By order
COFFEE SHOP 213 TELEGRAPH LANE Telephone ICE DIVISION No. 8Attention l AUSTIN ROBERTS. W., M. On the Boulevard by the Airport
iI' Af' .: -.- #
l Lever No. 21- B
NOWOPEN Voters!! J I am taking lliiuicann. |<. aL all of inv

man} and loval friend, who hate !-upporlrd. me w VETERAN WORLD WAR II

'I'( hKIS\E; \0l'' FULLER ,:WARRENCANDIDATE I in the past: support ni>- nephew, Rile, Carl>o< A"

, i nell, for Countable, First! District.i ,
Quick Courteous Service and
flex ;
I County
Cleanliness Predominating I oincerel' and respectful ask to pull
> you

I II, 'r S.rrr'l.' ", He/on" . Will Speak in Key West' at Bay view' \I lever 29-A; on May .1th.Kcspectfullj. r FIFTH DISTRICT

r 'If'r 1I011f' lit LA lh CONCHA.sf' ,I?sin HOTEL. Park, Monday, April 19lh t l, at 8 P..l I. I ) ours!, !J[f (para Couii: ioiidilo del l l5o. lot4+hduI
J. D. McAndrews: Manager. FREE REFRESHMENTS AFTER RA{..LY.nail I Di)i.tritoSHERIFF'VOTE
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XOR for JOHN M. SPOTTS\VOOD--A Young Man With the Interests of Monroe County at Heart '

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pbttib 4 D.0y Bxe.p Stadar. by ProgramsNETWORK 1 ,....n ..
I_ P. ABTaiA. Owe pajMUW THR nncrrr LOCH opTHRfRLRVRVTH r .
PaAPFor the
o.". J D. ABTM.CX.Froaa a.Iam wge, Pottery jt'DICIAl. riRCliIT) SEWARD 5 01 rSadt1. and ')4bseeto
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Cltisca Balldlnr SSSSSSsSSSSsesS S SSs.. Emerging OK OK
.tt | past 18 Gabe Banko has
: Cora.r Oren aa4 Ann Street IX AD FOR MO years the c-t (If ttw tlin .
Oat,. Dally J*.w.pap r IB Kay We t and I 1% "H.'*"&R". ; been on his stomach the result Man I .. ..
Xonro* Cwunty PROGRAMS READING Pa.-(AP).-A new,: r._ No. 11-333 accident on October 31. 199. His f.vnni hrTm --

claaa matter TbM to aa t.ra -..... Vs* .type of Pennsylvania-Dutch pot MAN'niK FAT RAI7I.BT :: Gabe then 10. fell out of a treePolitical vre s ,Dta "' I&I.
;-r.4 at Key W_" Florida. a. aacond : I Del -...** s.* ......* ....... tery is emerging from this centerof TX. OIVORTKROPKRT
MKMBKR OF THB ASSOCIATED PRESS! .... *waeata. wnio.CRKNKHAW, '.;wqP'v'v'v..w.ww'w_- --. .. .......
?... A.etat.d Preaa la exclusiVely entitled toM : teen eistlm ..LaSSea. the art that dates back to the Defendant.nitDRR i
of relsy *e M leesl eetesales
reproda *.o. of all ..... dlapatchea credited late 18th i OK PI m.irTioi i
I4. and 19th centuries.
I Ee<* tes *reiaet -- SLLSISS early !I
.....rwl.* credited In this paper &ndSI. I TIu: Announcements
I It or I be ......... One of the originators is Mrs. .
.* ta. local aewa publlahed here. Ho..rt'I>'Oft Oenshaw
I Ibnh1i Olive G. Zehner ceramics artist 712:! :N. Uth Street.Font i

.t"'C1"PT10 ..ITE9$1..... SATURDAT.APIILJi of"the ReadingBerks County Smith.< ArkansasTon DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY s 4 IfJoNl
Cs Tear _.----- ..... are hereby required to appearto ,
PIe Mcnika a.M Bicentennial and a number of the the Kill for Irtvorce filed against,
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tare* klata. >Berks Art Alliance hOd the Pennsylvania you In the shove irle.l canoe on rheiore
Summary a* Al-eb
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.I--- ..25AUVEMTI9MG Jfewwast' eretr Dsy- ctx i Guild'of;!Craftsmen. U1X otherwise the allegations contained > For GOvernor: For County C.kd.lr
Network ttasiThae-sbDsote. I uTile neW fprm follow?*.the old therein will he taken ae cml- I .
MATES Ttios ais' sale I feraed. COLIN ENGLISltFor flfth ..... ..
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M*4e Ka wn Oft AppllratloaPBC1AL << :U-Beitd- *tl + -. M. 1 Pennsylvania-Dutch; ,,. decorative llwne and Ordered at Key "_t.-.I BDNEY PARKER
In Hyoptotoo: -it J|;patterens.. : but adds modern colorations -, Florida, this JILtS day of April. A. .
XOT1CK Bible :Bfesstfes-_be. : : l>. I 4X. Governor -
oJ Mrs 2enrrer
All raSstlaff n. Ke.. rams ef tban".. resolutionsf s.so..ime Symphony; -abo .1. ;;' : explained. 'c\.n'I'I': OOUUT SKAI.1I For ComrnUsiomiFWh
reprt. kltaary notices, poems, etc. will be Red Barber Sports-cb* "We do: hot imitate. We love the j I Hon.s C Saw>.er.lerk DAN MCCARTYFor County
...,...4 Ime at the rate .f !. ceat> a II... Harry Winner Sport-bS old antiques but believe they be- of Circuit : I XMsirict
>*..*.. for entertaiameat by chnrchea from which! Deace- Matin-mhs-hsrte fly: (nl> Anne <*. g:;::: J
S ,...._ *. !. .* derived are I eenta a line. long in' museums and in the I epnty flerK. Governor j W. A. PARRISHFor
Tfce .... .. forum and Invite dieeveeka :43-News Sod Commentary t'
n. aa open hands of collectors. Our work is [ WIllIam V. Alburr. '!
.( ....1.. ...... and subjects of local or BenUComeet.sbS" Attorney for Plaintiff. : W. A. SHANDS j
.._ral .'.'-" bat U will not publish anonymous 1:00-Ui. Ate Jsee-.CM typically Pennsylvania-Dutch of ] apr.K-24maj-l-* Superintendent
isefr.tib.e.D4PflOVEMENTS. Melody Incorporated-ab 1948 instead of 1808." | I (BILL) ,
Hawaii Call Musicians-rnDs Since Reading announced observance Public Instruetie I
T:3O-Curtate ?tm. Drama-nbe iv' TUB .inCl'lr roi RT OK THB I I
( Abe Burrows Sonf-cbs of its 200th anniversity.there J F.I.R'R'TH .U..I..L INPuT iI For State Comptroller | WILLARD M. ALBURY

FOR KEY WEST Challenge of Yukon-ab has been a growing boom J )K THR !Tt-K; OK FUOHIII -
News Broadcast-tubs I I lAM' ) .'011 MOMtOK ('uI \T"'. EDWIN G. FRASER }
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ttS-a. for Pennsylvania-Dutch pottery. ;i IN C...%'f.tn. i For Superintendent
Carmlchaet Sotig-cbs. ('._ %.. 11-325: Public Instruction
Twin Newt Comment-robe I 1
JAMBS P. For State Comptroller
est 8:00-The Ufo Of Rile*-fibo WILL YOU SMILE? I SloCKI.r.ft.Plaint If?. HORACE O'BRYANT
I. More Hotels and Apartments. ToBe Annonced-cbs TH. Jilt SInCEimrry I (Incumbent) I
ROES Dole Detective aba
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. ;)MOCKt.KR C. M. GAY
Twenty Questions Qut> mbs
Dated"Could I Defendant :
. 3. Airports Land and Sea. all B:39-Truto o* Conaequeoce.-olle onuKR op PCBLirvrioN: 1 For

4. Consolidation of County and runoos Jur Trials-sttc I i TO: For Circuit Court Judge of Public Instruction
Stop Ms Cat Show-robe Betty Mockler. I II
City Governments. 1.00-;.Hit Parade. Sinatra-nbe I have a date tonightr'"Yes I I Lie 1-% Kreret Street :' (Group One) I MELVIN E. RUSSELL

5. Community Auditorium. .Joan Davis Comedy-cbs if you could find anyone New Orleanm uUiana. HERIN _
Gang Busters Drams-aba dumb enough to date with You are hereby required to appear WILLIAM A. (Bill)
Keep Up With Kids-.mbst. I to the Krll' nf Complaint, for I I For Member School Board

:3O-Judy Canors Show 41 bo you. .tivorrc. in the above entitled cause For Circuit Court Judge Second Dit4rict
Vaughn Monroe Show-cbs "Well. Ill be around to see on the :3rd day of Slay 194 S, -

Name Murder of and Malone-aba you about 8 o' l lock then.'* ,I otherwise will. he taken the. a allegation.. cunfejcsed.Thin .therein. Group 7 (Monroe County) ( GERALD H. ADAMS
Soot Qtila-mbs
MONOGRAPH I order to be pnbliKhrd. once Incumbent
lO.-00 .Kay. Kyw CoUtte nbe I a week for four consecutive week.
Saturday Serenade-cbe LEGALS II In the 1'e"t: AQUILINO LOPEZ JR. For Member School hoardALLAN
Shrlners i Citizen a new.paf'r ,
To the Visiting : .
Pro Quls' abe bas1o. (I Ii published in Key: Wet. Florida.. Second Dwlrict

Key West welcomes you to these Cbicace.The Grade Tbeaicr Ots'-ttbs10.3O Opry-n... % THR flMfi IT I'III KT OK THK i 1 j of Ita.ne March and, A.ordered l>. 148.ISIIAI. this 22nd day For State Attorney L. HAMPTONFor

It Psys.to Be Iz.orsnt-cb. ILKK\TII JIIIMI\I.<< f'IH".T .) Ross C Sawyer
hospitable nhores and wishes you a most ) Hayloft Hoedown... OP .-....HI"A, l\ .\MI. KOH, MO>-I I Clerk of the 'ircult Court GLENN C. MINCER _

nienveiiido Saludos, llrOO-News & Variety 1 nrsnbe viol ('OI '\T'. l\ ( H.%>4KHIIS.2 \ |I Monroe County Florida. Re-election Member School Board
1)I.al'8nt May. y Ne_ Vartet Dance adIa '%.. I Hy: Kathleen: XoIaga.luaputy( ; .
News Sod Panre Hour-aba !SAI'L. I.KV1. i, Clerk.: ;I Fourth Diattiet
,Amh'n Danes .. U- 0...."_... PIainliff.! I I PA ft. E. AWTp.n.SoU..itor I CABANAS JR.
u.oO-OancJna TS M)TI(<< K TO I for Plaintiff. For State Attorney i! JULIO ,
THE ORACLE. Continued-aba-west "'1-:1.1.: A I.KVY. U.V.U'I j :a pr..11.: :-:!4."4H.II G. WALLACEFor --- - --- I Ii
l>frn f"1LI.I.P."Y.. l" C..ngrenn I! i For Member School! Board
by F ,\.n., fh.Ia... Sias'arhu.rcIin.<< arehemlv : .:'\TII JIUIIIL. "IR'ITUI State RepresentativeFor j! Fourth Dwtr'ctISADORE
l It file 'OlF
NETWORK PROGRAMSTime rf'fl".r.| ai>- '
INSOLENCE SUPREME pearawe in lit* al..v. di..r..1| Re-nomination : WEINTRAUB
:: POR VONHOK ( (itt NT1. :
is eastern standard. For ceo. action. .n or re Mar ITlh. l 4x, | .
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ers tral standard subtract one hour for or a ilcrat.ll .iif.i\I. eniere.1. a ainMy I titEltb.Pitae 'N.. 113.14 I i. BERNIE C. PAPY -- - -
I mountain standard subtract twe .u. I For Clerk of Criminal CourtC. .
I Reirarilleas< of what happens in existing to "ours. Som. local stat.ons change I: Itnnv and Irtlrretl at Key W .st.florMa. .1 HIM.Y U JKFFC OAT. ,

r. hour of relay to fit local schedules I thi-s l .lh rtajr nf .\ I Plaintiff.ItltOtlfRHARRIET For State RepresentativeMILTON I;i SAM B. CURRY
Last minute changes 'an.'
program '
F and anticipated controversies between 'It. 194%. I
not be .nc'' cled. A JEFFCOAT.Defendant.. -
U'I-\I.) prU.'j\'j A. PARROTT 'For Coert
John I I. Lewis and the coal mine flop!' r :nry"r. OKUP.H OP PI BLI4-ATION (Mickey) i[ Clerk of i
SUNDAY APRIL 18 Clerk' of il.<> Aiwive l TO IIARRIFrr A. JKFFCilAT.S t HARRY DONCO
i operator*, the public should have a tme fly: <,ol!> Kathleen Notlane. I ;i Main Street.WinnslKiro .
l>e uty Clerk. I -
South Carolina.
umlertanding of the basic, underlying 1:00-America AHernooa United. Talks: -nbo .pr.I.-Imay1-1I.I'U.: I You are hereby require to appear For State Representative {', For SuperVHOT ofReo4ratinn

Doorway to 1ife-eba ... the Kill of Complaint forulivorce WATKINS ,
fart. TOM O. .
I j
Sam Pettengtll Talk-abc OflCH OPTF."TIO" in the above styled cause on
First of all the contract which Mr. ,' Wa,. Shirer Comment-mbs TO ,. %\Pn.U'ATIO\: |.or before the :3rd day of May. A. I'. : JOHN ENGLAND
1:15-Editor Home-abc FOR Pll IU"'H' 'H(": i Itl!!. otherwise the allegationstherein !
l ewU. jq and the operators signed i is an ex- The Mush at; Box-mbs-baslo 4r r..lute Law .I933: I(I. will .... taken as confe..sed. For Sheriff -
1:30- .\ ('''' HT OP THK COI'NTVJt This order is ... lie puhlfehed once For Judge Juvenile court
Chicago table ntx
.. > IM.K. M4HOK ( 01 NT*. I I
Irt-mHy one-sided document-and the advantage Tell If Drama I a week for four consecutive weeks
Again. National %-rtl.op pi.oHiitt. i> PliOIi in The Keyesl: Citizen a news-. DAVID E. McCURDY
U all on the side of the union. It To Be Announced Vespers--abc mbs avi:' I I paper.published in the City of KevWest. : i! _
In re: The KMate ofnoHKRT Fiorina.I For Sheriff
.provides that the miners shall work only 2:00-li.CBS: Cloiitier Is There Concert Irama-cba-nbo I.YIIX.I. I I'I tone and Ordered thin 2nd day ofApril. RAFAEL H. FERRER i j i For Judge Juvenile Court

e -eaed. A. l). 194 .
Q Week: Around World-abo $ !
If they are "able and willing"-a' phrase Air Force Show-mbs I To All Whom It -May ConiwrluN.ilce I I SKA,.) Ross C Sawyer (Known as Mr. Grass and Chicho) FRANK ROBERTS
t.4 hereby given thai I have Clerk of 'the : : .
irciiit Court I ---
which 1 obviously !susceptable to any kind 2:30-Robert Merrill Concert-uboNews filed n>> final report as a'J Jn>mi...t ra- :Monroe. "unt '. Florida. .

President CommentaryebaNr. -abc .. Iris of the eMote of RoheH Ly..n.deceased fly: ...id, Kathleen :'Jnttakiteput' For Sheriff For Justice of Peace
Itf thus of *
interpretation making a joke out vNews I
: Veterans' P.neJ-mb. that I have filed my jolilion 4eeh| First District

a so-called contract. ThE operators have : 2:4 S-opinion comlPent-f:1'.s 4'i p4>'irt f apply..r final twtbd'Jtonorle 4lariirge.'and; that Raymond -I Sofllb.r Af.uvv.Ucuuy.JiiAi'tea- flamiliY.-, *\ ALTON GOEHRING.. I IRA F. ALBURY

effective 9:00-:Music Parade. Comment-nbo i I R. Lord County Judge ..fMonroe apr.5lt724.1:! l""I>utch-) .
no recourse if Mr. Lewis decides :
New York Philharmonic-cbs I Oonnty. Florida' on the :ITlhday For Re''.wcriou

without notice, that his miners have suddenly Laccie.Theater Dog of Song Drama-nihs-bafio-abc: }1 /f April. 194%. for approval ..f I\ ...;/.: n.-r. IT COt HT OP INs For Sheriff -
I same and for final dim-haiga as adniiniMratrix -
Ernie Lee Show-mbssoutla -:|..:\ \TH' JIIII4I4I. "'IH4't ITOP'THK I For Justice of Peace
become either "unable" or 'unwilling" --I 1:1So-To Be Announced abc of the estate n( Uolxrtl.y..n. "T.'TIOF i't.ORIIt. EVERETT R. RIVAS
d..a'.n this |1..1 'lay .tpril. IV .INII' POR :oIO'HOIoT'' I i First District
.. to keep on working. 1:30-0n"8 Mans Family-nbo .\ 194 s.O IN f'lIc''n.' : .
S. I\aye: s..renade-abc <<<, MAI'lt, iI'Y.A'ImiflletraIni Caw '%.. 11-341 For Sheriff I PAUL BOYSEN
The miner's welfare fund, which provoked The Juvenile Jury-mbs of the estate
U M. H0i|>,
..f Uol' ert Ion.. ileoeaved.i BERLIN A. SAWYERFor ---
4:00: -Qoz! Kids. Joe Kellr- >
the last walk-out, is another ax- John B. Kennedy-abc: nbo. apr3-lS-1-24J51!%. I I I "... Plaintiff. ...%'0'''''': Re-election I For Justice of Peace

} ample of Mr.[ Lewis and the miners having He House of Mystery-mbs I ELEANOR R. HOOP. Second DistrictMYRTLAND
4:15-Cal .
Tinney Talks-abc < \ THK riiiriiT roi'itT OF THK | Defendant.OIIIIKIfOP I
their cake and eating it too. Not a pennyof 4:30-News. Living IMS-nbe KI.KX KNTII' Jlllin U. rlHrilT IM HI.I("%TIO.. For Sheriff ; CATES
Eileen Farrell Concert- ba I : _
it is provided by the workers. Every Opera Auditions-abc l> %\U, KOIl MOMIOK <'OIT%':.I.IIN irieanor R. Hood. JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD
Detectlv. .M>sttri s-rabs t'llt'ilt''. '! Route s... :. For Justice of Peace
cent is provided "a_ '>.. 11-324 '
by the operators, in the 0:00-The Sunday Theater-nbo | Crystal Springs.
Janette Davis Song cbs n< I>.. H. t:. OM'KHMAXX I Mi,. form of a levy of ten cents on each ton of Treasury Agent-abcThe Plaintiff: j jWH ; T aunre hereby required to appear -
the Shadow Drama-mb. to the Kill of Complaint f..rI : ROY HAMLIN
coal mined. Many authorities believe that _WA'OPPERMAXX, j:
5:15-Two Phils. Music-cbs: | Ivorce in the above entitled cause !

if Mr.[ Lewis' demand for a pension of $100a 9:30-Counter Phil Spitalny Drama Girls-cbs OKIIRH efen:
Spy -abo Y0-. WII. OPPKRMAXX.. :21S! ! therein will .lie taken confessed
month for retired miners was met the Quick as a 'asb-nab. I'f-"C..rd: Street. Stamforil. (*..nnertlcut. -i This 4 under is to be published l oncej FRANK BENTLEY Second District

Evening are notified to appear "r answee j week for four consecutive week :
levy might be forced to 50 cents tona us. SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN
up a ltlli far luivore. herein on or i
in The Key West Citizen. newspaper
$.00-Catholic Radio Servlca-tnbo a "' For County Tax Assessor:
..r..r.pril SC. nIx I olhernl.se I>.. .
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figure which the operators could not Rise Stevens Time cbs published In KeyVe""t. Monroe (SAM)
Drew Pearson Comment-abc nice Prw ionf.so", will l I.e entered '".1Jnty. Florida.l A. GANDOLFOFor
against b.i'. ATKII) March !.. > and '.Ured this 9th
possibly pay without passing it the Those Websters Skit-robs on! day For
on consumer I IS."t.. .' ...rh.a.C'.ln'.T of April .\. II. 194s.J Constable
': S--News t
and thereby worsening coal's competitive a Summaryabc5tUHollywood | 1:...." I Sawyer i i J <-> -:.\L> County Commissioner First District
Preview-nbo u-u rKT 'lerk Circuit ('..ur'.1 I j Ross. C Sawyer First District ;, RAUL A. CARBONELLFor
Percy Faith Concert-cbs
position with other fuels and en- Greatest SEt I.> Clerk of the 4'ircuit Court _
Sory Ever Told-abo Hv:
dangering jobs which are dependent on /:-00-Sick Jack:Carter.Benny Detective Comedy--nbo mba : I;. W4RXKK. KSQ. i Hy: Kathleen NVttare.. Constable
Attorne for Plaintiff Depnty Clerk, .
high production and sales. The Detroit Gene Symphony-aba Autry Show-cba: mar.apr.-U-I..U4t..1:! :: I Il J. Y. "..rl..r I"S..lio.It"r For County Commissioner First District
Finally whether Sherlock: Holmes-mba I for 1'laintiff. First DistrictJ
or not the union has \ THKHCI IT (01 liT OP THR: apr.l..-17-2mayt.i94 --- -
-phll and Alice-nbe .:...:\ .:'\1'H Jt Hill U. ("R'I IT I .
a strong it is : OTTO KIRCHHEINER Fur Constable
I case, clear that a great industry Blond! and Dawuud-cba OP TIlE T4.TIOP' Pl.ORIIIt. I t
Gabriel xuTH'K
Heatter show-mbs OK rti.i.iM. FOR HID First District
I upon which American industrial sia ':00- lMI loll MONHOK foOt- \T>. Xotice. i.. herby given. to whom it
pro- Edgar Bergen Charlie-nba '. '
f i> "'I1 %\{ :.n. For County Commissioner HARRY H. JOHNSONFor
"duction is Sam Spade Adentares-Cb. <.._ '>.. II-K3S mat concern that on the 4th don
absolutely vitally dependent, is Stop the Music. Qute-abc IVAN IIIXJn"UII.I: '. of 'Jae. A. I.l 194! !%. at 7:3: "'. M. inthe First Districtw.c.sucAR
at the The Mediation Board-tubs Plaintiff. Monroe' Count Court If......... Constable
mercy of one man. When coal out- 1:30-Fred Allen Comedy-obo VS. III\ORCK Key: West.. FloroU. the Hoard ..f ( ) SWEETING' First DistrictC.
put stops the effects The Man Called X-cbs JL.\i'i.s \'I-I.\'X HAMM-TT. Count* Commissioners of Monroeount .
are felt immediately .
Movies Commentary-mba I>efrndant.OltUKK u > Florida will open waled FLONEY PELLICIER
bid for the following road work. For County Commissioner _
Jn steel electricity, and transportation, and :4S-Sew. Broa.dcut-mb. OP PI nL.T.OTO \ I. In Johnsnnville'K :
$::5S-Five Minutes KewsebsStOMerryGo.Itoundnbc : ct\nn iVKI.\X \MI.ETT. Third DistrictCLARENCE
-ultimately in all enterprise. For man : Pia'erhre.zRitrnsl'le. I'nlv..ugusta ... Pig. ''''PIh. Florida. conMruct1st :; For ConstableFirst
any Meet .'. Maine.You I Street a ;distance of api>r-\- HIGGS i! DistrictBENJAMIN
Conic Archer
-cbs I
-to that irnatelt |.21:! feel, said road toI
enormous power is a glar- Walter Winchell Time-aba anherei>\ retiiired to appear .... twelvr' 412):! fet in width : J. PIERCE
t Hie Hill for lnrf.rre filed1
Meet Me at Party's-mbs \
ing dangerous weakness in our economic .:1S-Hollywood Comment-aboJO against you in the love Ktyledrauve I The rocking construction, rolling consists ..r For County Commissioner j'; (Beanie)
.. and waterbuunuling. -
.system. .n r before Ih 3rd day of Fifth District :
-Album Familiar Music-nbo. .
May. .i. l>. Ibis, uthensuis. the alle- ,
Mickey Kooney Story-cbs 2.:! In Plat of .
His Cop.pit. For Constable
Tbeater Guild Hour-abc gatlonsontaincuI therein will betaken I Florida construct a ruadtwelve WILLIAM G. CURRY .
a"", eonfesd.1cm I First District
Jim Backus Corned t-mba
0 IS) feet rn width
and *ur,1-rjoi : XVest.Florida api'ruimtciy -
at Key
FLORIDA TAXES 10:00: -Take It or Leave H-nbo .. : IOU fet In l length BERNARD H. WAITE
this :Sad! day .rIorn.. A.l For County Commissioner
I Escape Drama Series-cbaolcea >. across a low .ale. said road. t" ,
. re' \ 14t.CItiV1T ... *
of Strings-mba ( rDrnT sri.MKovs .> rinect I S. Iliichwat S... I Ito Fifth District For Constable
10:30-Horace Heldt Show nbo 1st Street- in .hnoniiIle'K
An -
answer, in part, to why State Government Strike It Rich. Quiz-cbs: I-of Sasten.41.rh I'irruil. fwirt.Knriqne I -.I..lIvi..a of hOc '...'.-.i.. I HARRY L. HARRISFor i Second District

costs 8 to 10 times as much as it Latin-American Commentary on ;Serenade\Iovles-abo-mba I-uinald.:, Jr.. Florida .of.ve)r.'u-k.. Tiucuonetrutkn i iI JOSE ESPINOSA

did 25 10:45-Network Music-abo .ttt.uniaey for Plaintiff. InK. rolling: and waterbondny. i County Commissioner '
: years ago, is shown in a research I ity: .Anne". Ingworth.l'cpuls I : For Constable
11:00-Xo. & 1
Variety bra.-nba l nrk.apr . Fifth District i
report on "Florida Tax Conditions," pub ) New n, Variety Dance 2 hrs.-CD ,:5-l: ''.1724.1S4S.OTIf :! : 1. ::. fin Johnsonville Sutaiii--. I, I Second District
News and Dance Band-abc I"". lug Coppil Florida l.ullozini JOE JOHNSON !
lished by the Florida Taxpayers Associ, ) N.... Dance,Band 2 hrs.-mba f I u f' ;:; Avenues A. H. I0.. i,:. _. ___ CHARLES G. PAPY
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\ K TO IuiImiT.uIts.f193't : and F and 4th Street -- - --
IZ.-OO: -Dancing Continued-abc-, west to 3 width
:: The figures quoted were in a re IVohat Act Sev. us. I!... "f fifty Cin> feet which hs jp- f
,'it"w IN TIlE 401 HT OP TIlE ('tiI NTVJl proximalely, 7.2 acres. *f ..an.tto.
: by Burt Garnett's Globe Syndicate. u.I'IO"HO..: till \T'. he bulldozed.

Florida's rl.0ltll)%. IN PHOII1TK.. Cids are to l>e "snbmilted' on Item
: I population more than doubled ChangeVANCOUVER In r..: Kslaie"" of I, almve on cost ,per Rouare.ird Glenn C.For Mincer
from 1920 to 1945 I'*ir. TRIY 1..a...d: lua.sls. on Item ; on a..-1 per \11.-; -
/' but in this period To1.1.. IRKI.ITard l>asi, >.. and ..n Item :3 on a "-it, .
-From $8.375,286 in 1920 to : B. C. After I II..XoUIS fin I 1.K-: per acre .......i""".
$83,412,161 : I J.r.I.S ACAlNST S\ll ESTATE: All" bM Khali I be accwmnanied' hi
From $8.375.286 in 1940 into a cigar store bnd 1 You and each ..r \<.u are herebynolitied a hid baa-i: or Cashiers or tertifiedcheck
to $83.412.161 .. $63 from the cash draw I and required, to prevent any equivalent ... ten 'Ie'' > perent Re-Election
in 1945; then to $114.799.177 for 19.17.Th a robber ordered a package I Haims an.I .iemsnis l Klii'hou.. oreMale .. of the estimated total coviThe .. "' :-1
either ..r )..... tony hne aKain.1 the Work can not be nihu.n.tra.ted I
chewing-gum and. taking a $2 of Earl *urrx. de .-a..... late wilhont. the Cnt.nt>'s wnttfn .
his loot asked for the ofaid rountto the. founts JuiKe ..f.n<:ent and it mu"l IM- '.mmenced I
r@ are many mysteries connected' .. change. The frightened of ..r Monroe <'..qn.y. Florida at hisoffice within IhirM! .:t.t. d--. I 1J STATE'S
with the ) owner in I he mnrf huuumseof said i afir itueletting' nf the contract and I
universe that, at present, elude' ) stoic handed him $154 and fount. at Key WeM. .,...rl"'Uhln i" to l.e completed within a reasonable .,
the greatest minds the gum cighI4leuuctan months from the lime ,thereafter.All I : ?'
but that does not mean 1 lime nf the first nnl>-ation of thin bids roust be in the hands.. ..r! )
that they will hot be n....'-... Each claim or demand shall the ("uunty Clerk ..a fOr b..f..rr I ATTORNEY
,. In 1332, the "John Bull." a 10- tf in. writincr. au.lbali l iat.. the .::* P. M: ..n Tue-day. Mo Hh .
pla e of resHlerwe and pot office l>4
..*. locomotive Ix-gan to haul uildre.vo of the .laimant, and shall The Commission!'< rej-erres th I ;:

that tax reduction ha 'htoni .;alma Ltlvtrcn C..mden and Am- ...- .--"'..,n t<> hy the claimant. its right to a.-rept or rejel an> .ind MINCER has maintained t h* cifKMncy c7
a I He cent.. fur hi,,, attorney, and any ......h all bMmade p r"nanl I* this. ..... I his
fart thr politician are 'brgimttag y. New Jersey over the first stains ..r demand sot !so filed shall vrtifiefneMt.Key ,. office by k.......*| .W.sMt of the.. cr )
t.. W(3I1)' ..I._.! railroad h_ ...... ,. ., advanced
alul ) | tracks.; We FUrido April I. h. method of c.*tmf tc ci JIUA:.J>
a Isti1li tax l.w're.as. \ItTIII'r. i' f"t.ftlt\ 9s.
t.. t... H,. r.. Aa .dmlnfc. > rat rUt at the. Hoe r Fawref.. Clerk. I v.sti9stioe aM w..tiI c......

sal.. |for ialin,. m......... .....miiiim....... Read the CLuM/ifd Ada in The .f Carl ("'tin). .l_a. lk .rd .f uuety", ........ ........... I
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j HAUNTEbH0LjDAY t. i , i; .:ST"tSSE1oBSER,:, _.,,J 1"'>,- -VE. ..'--.-.t- LIST"- ....,_..:. ..4.iZ BIRTHDAY! ...
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By Cameron f .. '- ;
Dockery --f :" F"1' : :-.

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Chapter \ ,
2. command, dear :' ;
lady ind fol
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JULIA MANLY didn't explain lowed the silent Luki. : .
her remark and after a quick As he reached the stAirs'" he : -
nuance at her face Vince didn't beard Julia say "Now John.what's .- 1; : I
all this about
press her. Her -
They drove silence
voice was tired: and fraught with :
Julia : !
concentrating on avoiding anxiety. -
the chuckholes of the narrowing
road. When they were about ON THE second'floor Luki ted
twenty miles from town, she to a.large od-fahioned
swung the car suddenly onto a room with dark mahogany fur-
private road. niture and English sprigged

"Now you're on the great I chintzes. Sporting prints of red- E
Simeon Manntey's property.- she coated huntsmen wereover the
announced. twin beds. The Hawaiian placed
They drove Vince's suitcase on a bench and
on dirt -carpeted d
him "
with needles from the towering expectantly. Wouldyou
firs and like yoursuit pressed sir?
cedars above
them their yty. There is time
tires dinner.
The coarse making scrubby almost underbrush no sound. "Thanks" it certainly needs it. "
had been removed leaving only ii! doesn't it'Charles.Lukilano
the Attest specimens of no com- -
and the shrubbery ment and Vince studied him .
largest trees. Once a deer
blocked their curiously as he"removed his coat
path staring at and E.
them with wide trousers. About forty-five, he
uncomprehend derided with the noble
ing.eyes then pivoted and loped I and '
excellently _
proportioned ,
1 off into the the timber.It He. became aware of a queer body of the pure Polynesian .
rather sets you. doesn't It?" rfckly sensation on the strain. His thick black hair was >I I Lr U lr ..n.v.
read his thoughts. back coarse and wire .and hU dark ': HAROLD E. STAESEN, Ica&s; candidate in Nebraska's Republican
of'his neck.
Vince nodded. used to think eyes though sultrY and humor-I{ presidential primary Tuesday cuts the cake at a
it just poetic fervor less were extremely party
compared forests to cathedrals.when they" Julia, glanced at her- watch. lot they must have'1Ditn What$Sed. I in Omaha in celebration of his 41st birthd.y asniversary. Returns

Vince didnt'know what he had "It's six-kind of coolbh for Vince mused if Luki hud served i from the primary placed Stasjen far ahead cJ six rival

expected Katanii to be like- !
you're desperate. years
not the ,elaborate :
plastered and dark-beamed cream "It'll keep rfl just shOwer and. Vince showered and dressed I(
Queen Anne affair it shift to a fresh suit i and stood gazing out tbe window. | HORSE (:CHALLEMHXG%R.s.orr
caught 'a brief glimpse was.sun' --Thjey.. tood in a cool-dark' hall letting; the smoke .from -his cig- j ,
light gleaming on the. depthles' which extended across the house acetic drift on the wind. ,j :"'-r. -- I
waters of Hood Canal to flagged terrace. The hall Hood .-Canal he knew from ]
.' drove beneath the porte-cochere'then they, branched to- the right leading to familiarity with navigational] '
and the front door a double stairway. 'The .wall s charts was no canal at all but a
as though timed swung open were paneled with dark"wood for hook-shaped eighty- long.
A young man stood to their there.arrival. force feet then the beige plaster body of salt water that branched .
was decorated with off the
excellent shipping lanes of Admiralty
exclaimed tri Oriental prints. The Inlet It
entrance to was noted
as a
f[lad. you're back. Hugh has.." the living room was guarded b. paradise for battling the wily
stopped suddenly and peered two\ grim burnished suits of steelhead and In spots remained
into tt.e car at Vince. "Oh. 1'carrydidn't to I Japanese annor. Now a dusky fathomed.
see you at first- figure in white starched jacket T'oVe in such surroundings -
left my glasses in the house. came toward 'them on silent feet. would; be a> godsend a much < ,
quite all right. Vince an ""Luki. please attend to Com needed respite before returning
swered He had turned to reach mander' Bonnay's linage.** Julia to duty or civilian life depend
for his suitcase so the roadster ordered. "He is sharing a room I ing on what 'the fates had in
top had temporarily obscured with Doctor Palmer," 'store for him. In spite of Mann-
bun. As he turned back he had a John Bissett was sorting over ley's reputation for never doing
quick glimpse of Julia shaking the mail Julia had brought; star I anything without having,an ulterior -
her head in warning to the other ing at the envelopes vacantly motive Vince felt crateful
man. I'll bet he hasn't seen one of them. to him now. If a' little detecting
She performed the Introduction Vince thought he's so damned was expected of him in return. i tf t
smoothly. -Commander Bonnay. anxious to tell Julia about this well, fair enough. He was not -
Vince. this u John Bissett. hesecretary '* Hugh lellow.M even sure if that's what Mannley's 1I
to Uncle Sim. think 1 ought to say hello enigmatic: invitation had
to Mr. Mannley. he said. meant.
Vince nodded studying the Julia laughed. "He's He didn't know
'probably when it was .
broadshouldered. vague eyed hidden in the shade of his super- that he becameaware of thee ayvg Ft ij j ,!
young mm and suddenly
envyIng eoltosal umbrella prickly
down on th queer sensationon the :
Jam his good looks. Even to beach Why don't you change back of his neck. It was a feeling -
nSvfoui his unaccustomed eyes it was nqw then you can ,have a talk he had experienced several d > gt . iy. :
that Bitsett was in love with him before dinner while times before during his private
with Julia
Mannley. the others are dressing." detective days before the war
"Everyone is down at the cove Vince knew he looked wilted and it-had always meant*danger.: "
but ."they'll be up for cocktailsn. and a shower sounded good: hr lie spun around Quick I vTe . . $ g$4 < I .:.. _-
bawei "Your $t ; i ,
e'eryA.ish is my I | be ceaUnsed. ; YWill Shi
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.t the 1 02 1 Duval Street PresentMusical


Y.M.C.A. PROGRAMaliusrlllumusuciiiaaluuxlnnuluuueiuunrns .
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Jaclua* Square. WUteaead The Theatre Group of the y.-
; PEGGY KIRK (right) cf Find lay. Ohio
I upset predictions and
and Southard Struts M. C. A. win present their new
: SATURDAY proved: to bo a serious threat to Mrs. Cstelle Lawson Pave (left)
1 ..m-f.. iii '
n jimtifmmMimumiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. musical show "Palm Island Revue
too KM. 6:00 P.M.-Picnic, of Chapel HaL N. C.. and ether favored stars in the 46th annual
Saturday Fishing (sign UD m advance). of 1948" next Friday at ths North and South Women's Golf Tournament at Pin ursL N. C.

!a loa Jd-.IUY'H.. ': SUNDAY \ club Drif I wood. The PE'rlormanct.-1 Peggy chalked up a 72 modal score the first tfav. and fallowed
1".la P. U.Srund Stew feature ICJO A.M. 11:30 i

-Com is being given to defray the expenses i with a 73 in the next rcuad.:
announced at the Club. munion Breakfa-t WhitelIat
of sending the '
Group to
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t-45 A. M.-Java Club discussion the Veteran's AdminisU titian
(2nd Sunday). < CARD OF THANKSOn The word "jag"once meant a
Group. 1:00 PJlL 7:00 P.M.-Fishing lIospit at Coral Gables, where
my own. and on to.half of "load"usually hay.
llrOOA. M.-"Co to CHURCHPartirV
Trip (sign up in advance). they will entertain in the different ail numbers of the family I de-

I uo Mo-Classical Information services housing. wards and present thl';r full sit e to thank: neighbors and
Hour seIvctioiu city maps. show in the theatre at the hospital friends for ihaughtfu'ircss expressed The new. Key WesH sonq. "MY
announced. Religious literature library, for the ambulsuoiv: patients. GUEST OF KEY WEST", is a
by word dctrl flowers
1,00 P. XI. Hour or -
the Patio Community Sing on telephones, stamps, wrapping andmailing Thru the courtesy of the Baron, : during the illness and following long-cherished idea. beneficial to
packages railway express : school of Dai.-ce the folhving the Old Folks Homo in Key West
the recent death of
ing. Beatrice Moreno at the oui
Piano. !service laundry pick-up pupils will perform as guest Artists beloved w re. Laura Russell.LENOY (ask the Jayihees). Composed
10.00 P. M. available to all defense forces : Mrs. Gail 'V llace. D>lore> and published: by Bcnj. F. (Happy)
Coffee Hour. '
and, their families. Lasley. and Joyce Valenzuela. Werkheiser Taverni Florida.
Caireta Club
meets each FAMILYape I.-It
MRS. E. S. .
Thursday at 8:00 P. M. COUGHLIN. Betty and Bob Simpson dance
U. S. O. meeting (Girls' Ser- Executive Secretor instructors fur the school will be ,
vke Organization), every 2nd MISS HILDA CASTILLO. starred in the production. The I

find 4th Monday. Secretary.40th Revue will feature musical numbers .- Sun and Storm
Carne Ruum: Chinese Check- from the Theatre Group lGAL

.n, c tires, card.;, ping-pong pool Birthday past performances, "Holiday In C\ l ALL METAL
wilting desks library current Hawaii," Waltz Fantasy." The '

magazines, various table games Of Fern Chapter Samba." and various vocal and VNiNGSWhen
t II. dance solus. Betty Simpson will

Showers, tennis rackets golf Fern Chapter No. 21 Order of be seen in her "Sivan Ballet" OIEN-Ir9. /I Distinctive Aicnin .
dubs fUhing. line, and will dance. Tchaikovsky's .
decking service film cameras service', he Eastern Star will celebrate "Nutcracker Suit" Miss Gall' When CLOSED-1| .. A Perfect Storm Shutter

mailing and wrapping packages its 40th birthday on Thursday Wallace, talented ballerina will CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET METAL

tarriving messages phone booths April 22, at 8 p. m. with a birthday appear in a Ballet solo, using the GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST OR ROT
stamp. railway express service, social to be held on the pa- Mu,,"kof Tchaikovsky. Finished in Gleaming Enamel Your Choice of Colors

available to SERVICE PERSONNEL. lio of the Vasonic Hall. An even-: The Pam Island chorus will Simple to Operate -Monogram FHA; Terms or Design- Model on Demonstration

'n4 of fun is promised for a U. dance several routines in colorful Installed
DO AC 614 GREENE ST.by .
Lesleigh All members of the Orider of the c-ostumes. this group of girls LEE' DlXUo.
Gerald Pinder-Program Di- Eastern Star and their friendsare have a varied selection of dance PHONE

tector.Beverly. invited to attend.Refreshments routines and make an attractive Phone for FREE Estimate

lJucl\anan-Sfocretary. will be served. appearance on the dance floor.
llurern Crux Information - .
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lol,.'and ),I.... William Key entertained : .I. ELKS CLUB FOR YOUR BUSINESS .
the Bee Hive Club last j
night at their hum,, Big Pauline : .
tivet in honor of their twen- I:
lieth wedding anniversary. We tried to do the impos ;ihle-.please everyone. :
Prizes wee won bv Virginia'Key

ThoM and attending Antoinette were Robert: 1 I I IUluney j;: Hoped we have satisfied most. Again, thanks a million.! :

Valdez. Shirley Sands I!

Antoinette Roberts. Zcna Felton.j I: back sometime.
Jennie Curry. Francis Albury, : May we come again .

Annie Ulchar. Myrtle Sands I. .
Flowsiv Taylor. Emma Curry. Vio-
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M Slu-kncy. Gerturd Hrrrara .

Anihuny Ukhar : Jack Finch :

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I:. Island, = City "Tennis Tourney Enlistments Op en CLASSIFIED AD

For BandsmenAuthority

[, To. Begin Monday; Sponsored. from the adjutant has been general.received Department Information for the lverlfcer

of the Army, to enlist ... T.f TMiC TDLACKFACK
r By Key West Tennis Group men with or without prior ser- MATE% 11+OR RRGV T\:: a..ats 1'vmea i. t,. r..r'rlal.i.Adveftsemeats Is.-.rile. till

vice for their initial assignmentto seas this ..... res.iar .wert..rr} as ii t,
.. Army bands within the Third will b. inserted '" 115 Clt'a' .++awtw ,liar bare tbafr
WILL BE BATTLED Q1. Army area it was announced to- JM rt .t Ic a m''a went_I..Mat.-.-u f.r.- i ..ataarasd re I4tGAf..r i NtalrrN

'. 7 day by Captain Thomas A. sertlos. but 16 the words ate Ilia is 3. T. lii.tl e Mtri.lt ark.. ,

;. COURTS. AT SUBMARINE -! Harris Defeats I Murphy Recruiting Officer for. the The first rat rw Mary*** Mpg BMB j" a.tls: Ire el.etIS Iw 't'la Sn.r'ttls.a "mn'
; . i the Army and Air Force of the word. a.d Ii the words mtiitma a. 4n
the first
BASE IN ; FORT Miami Recruiting Main Station.
i Assignments to the various

;."' TAYLOR J Division- Again bands throughout the Third eYe.f adrerttotoic le n.s.t.i nadir : =r.-t.. ';:;::'.'.'I.i-.= b
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} '. . r : Army area will be for thre *f error la f.ade.rtfdwfF..M ... ia..rtia. N7a..i sd ,...........
Registrations for the Island Iq a hot .game of the Junior years duration and will be directly re.po..ible UU lar AvrrM only r fr "'> the a..,... aMMt .d .... a rc'tr..t

.: City Open Tennis, Tournament',Softball League this morning at to the unit for those men part of tbe .dT rU..- where tM .-w-.r ar't.rsS .

-; t. again beat Division Street by a with junior service in the armed - - - . . . . . . . R &
will begin Monday. This added - - - - - -
attraction to this city's sport very small margin. The score : forces. For those service men with a short no FOR RENT FOR SALE-REAL
prior military ,
was Harris 13 to Division's 12. iTwice
calendar is expected to attrace period of basic training will be
tennis players; from the military ; during the game the ; necessary before the Individualwill 4-bedroom furnished h.are .n Far any hid of nropertyWeat. .

as well as the civilian popula-. score was tied once in the third' be sent to his band unit assignment I large lot in good re.idewlti.l I he it home hit... i
tion of the Island. inning at 4 all. and again in the' All qualified instrumentalists section for period .* i i.entits tie holiness iocatiolar,
The Key West Tennis club will : fifth' at 12 alL Solomon made are urged to investi- from April 15th. J.i...= atad i. Pat 0vysea, Ai [[1.1111.

sponsors the tournament Three the winning run for Harris in}'gate this opportunity by inquiring Johnson. apt "tf: j iI PtM.e iii

cups and four medals will be the last inning. at the Recruiting Stationat I
awarded winners and runners-up: Harris: pitcher G. Gates; catcher I 25 N. E. 3rd street Miami for office (611 Fleming: Lot 5 Mid WS Lot 4 ofAv

in the singles and doubles j Henrequez. I further information. Street downstairs). 1"-1 *. m. TS-faot that
matches. Division: v pitcher Thomas; Citizen Office, Phone $ ig691M. )M SJE. llthPL

The tournament will be the' catcher. Roque. KEY WESTER SERVESON apr....9t, liiiairdate. FU. ,
most elaborate ever held in this' Umpires: C. Valdez and R. I
city. Elimination matches will.Henriquez. j
be played on courts at the Sub- ;' ." crial ..Therlsre> Store 218 Simonton. 33xW. Avail-
marine Base. Fort Taylor Naval;;to participate 'either the singles GREAT LAKES. IlL April 17. able May 1st. Suitable all lumb ; Three chalet lotc. For

Air Station Naval Hospital .and : 'doubles, 'mtisjt telephone Garland Leroy Hopkins chief of business. H. Alil>iart. Phone i titan call 9-XU ork SQZ3.4Ntitrlae

Bayyiew Park 'I!.75r or 490.. x nslon .385-. electrician's mate USN, of 96Poindana. 682. aprMtflBusiness I
The site fors the championship!, Jack :Sellers Jand Charles E. I Key West, is serving

matches has not been decided on Smith. Jr., organizers If the Key aboard the submarine USS Mcd- Coolest spot The Cistern," ***Ii art *. S3 It S riu. x !

; but probably wilts be at BayvteW Wc$ TefuUsCluti a joint state- I regal on active duty with the Greene Street. Suitable far .. Prewiahed. 19M

Park. Individual matches ; will ment issuedSaturday, ;said: -. Atlantic Fleet studio gift or antique siaoppe 1 .......

; be played -'bn. courts most conj j -"We .feelilhat venient to the opposing players. canbe madv'int$ian annual af- I I Only about 25 percent of i Elizabeth. illPl'l5-1tx I FOSALE-V C

No entry tee will be asked. tEach fair arid played during the winter American farm homes have running i

player must bring a can of j: months as an added attraction I| water. ] 190T fWvL two-diwc M4s* 1awattlo. /
1 New 2-bedroom house May 1*
new balls. The winner will ob- .[: to' the tourists' We have I 't t0- 111*
tain the can of unused balls igood, tennis' players in the I I POULTRY to November 15. AdvquMe t s 9 net.198i .
i the mil- shopping and tr...... r.'"..
which he will have available for Island; especially Among;

his following tournament play. I itary personnel, and the tournament I! Baby chicks, Reds Rocks Wyan- facilities. 3411 Ave E. :. Fr4. tudur svdttii. >MW I
must be in shpuld bring heretofore. dottcs .Orpingtons I aprlS-3ta
All registrations I' Leghorns knot [[[titer and finch[,[,
by Wednesday. Players desiring unknown, talent.* (our choice sex and breed). nfl Margaret Sti rt1H

i I $3.95 per 100. London Poultry, New one bedroom fWHNked
Box 1844, Trenton. N. J. house. $125 per AM tn. CM

BASEBALL DOUBLEHEApER apr7-lt -1317.n. aprl6- Chr i.ayrt. 1 dui-

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FOR SALE OR EXCHANGELots Storage space avaiteWe. ... ._
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SUNDAY IN STADIUM HERE Brick Garage for stores, fuc.- )1id4 Chevrolet. u..d Molt *
I near South Beach for late niture or commercial. For atormation *.I. HIM gout Tfl V

Baseball fans should be in ford r model car. 512 Simonton. Phone 798. I| _. -n

a real treat Sunday at 1 p. m. in apr17-6tx apl'11-tf ;
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the City stadium when the Pi- I Hie-'Weatlier I SITUATION WANTED I 1 FOR RT-,AJina.tmcnt.
rates and Subron 4 hook up 'in : Small sedan day or week withor

t the first game of a doubleheader Painter wants work. Expcricnccd. without driver. RIM jiMbte. :r F11r..i.d X

1 in the Island City Baseball Phone 1545-M. 119 Duval rear. apr1'Z-lb and hath. Maid -ad
League. These same teams battled I FORECASTKey s.rnee. linen and ifavniahcd.

: until dark last Sunday ending : West and Vicinity: Partly apr7-3tx FOR RENTAPARTMENTS I Sunuiiet raMfa hh

; in a 13 inning tie. I cloudy with not much temperature Experienced colored girl wants OR ROOMS al MateJ ApartmenU,

!! The second game will bring II change today, tonight and day work or part-time. Phone PMt Office *

=1 .. together San Carlos and Pirates.. Sunday. GeGtle to ; moderate 254. aprl7ltxroa Live in comfort directly on belch' --
Batteries for first game: I northeasterly winds. Two apartment d. ..al'Wu1isw .
Pirats: Lastre and Navauro.jr-J I FloridaPartly .jctoudy along or opposite with a private ;j t fk
SALE beach. Special summer
Subron: Lucas an4 EzelL T- h :east coastalsections, otherwisefair I r..l.j -
on apartments or |
Second -.J"- \ Effie! >. n' fliti
game: today .tonight and Sunday. e ey prin
I Used
Pirates: Salinero and Navarro..1 I Mild temperatures! lumber. Phone 1453-R. Steven Hotel Apartments and One 3-l."11..-.... t .

. *"5aflCarlos: :Meador arid RobCrceley's r East Gulf of.Mexico:* Moderate apr3-5tx Steven Cottages SimonUM and|{ ...... child .. t..
!I winds north to northeasterly today -j South. agt'12-19t I ttI foil's Tift Slit
Ironrite home
[ and tonight becoming northeast mangle, new model
I used not more than 10 hours. .
to easterly Sunday. Fair New eflieieNry 4fMi t n.r Mae.ly I ISj0
Horse Will sacrifice. Bendix Launderette -
I weather. peU. 9M W srtlS. trra
I Finished dept 516 South-
Jacksonville Through Florida Furnished room. $7.59 per w ek. a
Business Is "In I{1 I Straits: Moderate northerly ard street Phone 1327. 626 Grinnell Street aprt3tx '

i wind today gradually veering apr4-4t I' FIN1tl.h.d apartment .......
1 I and becoming moderate to fresh Clean airy room l"CilliUllabkr..te.
I|i! MM Ptorhei Stie
Cabin boat 33 feet
A Bad Way"GREELEY. northeasterly winds by Sunday. I beam 3 bunks marine long motor.9-foot Call after 4:30 p.m. 513 White- j I
01 I, Partly cloudy weather. head street opposite Court
1 I Jacksonville I $750.00. 3051 Seidenberg Ave..
Apalachicoja: 17-31a
Iowa.-(AP). In { No small craft or storm warningsare Phone 393-M. aprl5-3tx apr FOR SALE-MWCCULAMOTHCJt
Greel('). once known as the horse -
capitol of Iowa they admit the j j being displayed. Kohler baby grand piano. Excellent WANTEO TO RENT i 'S PAY SP'A'W

horse business is in a "bad way. I Report conditionFine tone. : ......... th .d arlii \ ....: 1G.
Couple with 2 children underyears jj
but they say th farmers may j 1113 Catherine St apr5-3bc I! Pilkwlgwri Studioupu* .
wish some day they had some I j I Key West. Fla. April 17. 1943 d'SirebedruoIn huuavj I reretve. KREE ii ,"10' l.apustrait. >

horses. William Goldsmith proprietor |I! (Observation taken at City Office! Living room, bedroom furniture or apartment FurrusMed or un-1!!i This .41st rap
of a Greeley harness ; 8:30. AJ&. EST) Aluminum frame bathinctte furnished. By May Lit WrttrBox Hay .... 1N1 t\ ..n.' <-'_

shop. says. "Every farmer oughtto < Ttmperstur I 73-1 Poinciana Phone 1142-R W3. c/o Citima.t. ...R tlwdhar d St.t. t

keep two mares and" raise a'' Highest yesterday 84 aprl5-3tx ...IJ-Ju j .....
cult or two every year. .
Farmers say it doesn't pay to :1 Mean Lowes tlast. night 75 80: Complete bed. platform rocker. Furnished three or .....-.wan !! A-HflIIt 70 MTY

raise horse ;. but with prices of '' /F house or apartment .. chil -
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Normal . 76 I/ table motion picture machine -
gas. oil and steel high Goldsmith j! and film man's bicycle dren. Phone 1597-R. ..... Irk idtl t'... l'h r t/
farmers might wish they had aprli-Jtx
says (used one month). Best offer. MM lor .ytHiiatniii
horsese if farm prices hit the, Total last 24 hours .00 ins. (
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Leaving town. 914 Packer .f'
Total this month 6.08 ins.
skids. !i Navy couple desire two-bedroom ;;
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Excess this month 5.35 ins. apr6-3tx
house by May bt. Pftom7M.. i
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I i Total this 'ycar 9.16 ins. Extension 281. Ak tvr W. C.
Excess this. 3.70 ins. i ii ; Radio IIQ129X- 510 KC-to 10
Temperatures i i RtlttiT year Humiditt | meters. Excellent condition. Hanlc). BM1. aprl7-" I GirTs M- ..rt-Yt I. 'I', ..
!, Phone 575. - PtemMg thn.vi .i.4 khis.halt
| at .:30 A.M.
i 7;)'. |
BtxozntterS Infant crib and carriage. Rea ?"\ ....,.:a .. II' ,,1'
i Key West reprrscn ...tl"e tart week. Plans tll. ...i.hrt1 .
Station- ( .a LtTtl) *:3Q JLM. I sonable. Phone 664-M. p.
Atlanta _ 60': ::).96 ins.-10H.6 nibs. aprl6-2tx building plan MTIVICV. State i +K MUlid' I'1.iah

Billings .. ...._ 511 Tomorrow* Almanac background and preM-nt con I" ..11' Ond Sti rt 1 M
nection. Wr.te Box
Birmingham . n. 50 Sunrise 6:02 an ; Cold Wall Frigidairc. 7 cubic ft. Key West Citizen. T.P.L.u'. Fhx Phani 7 M31 .VN
IlisinarkIk'ston '_n.._ .__. 3J Sunset 6:51 8 months old. Priced for quick prl2-atx ----
._. __ 38 Moonrise 2:02 p.m.p.m. sale. 1300-A Seminary Street. \;..-.& tMtiu II..... tAirs .'
Buffalo ..... ..n. 32 :Moonset ._ __ 2:43 a.m. Phone 869-W. apr6-3tx WANTED-FEMALE _..hiim MMIII n V*
Charleston _... 5J; DI Ps.tti-I ...1I .Pu
Chicago n" ..___ _ 361! TIDES One SO-foot electric refrigerator.Can First-class dinner calkWhite
Corpus Christi ..---- ... 51 be seen at Malone Bakery or colored man or WGIDaIL Ayer ......... auU i-.diir. u. i .. '
Ii Tomorr'w fait short
Denver . -_ ... ..____ 4.i 812 Fleming Street Phone I one order from Ml M up C'unipit >
(Naval Base) Nights. Report to Mr. ....... ,
Detroit __ ___ ___ 32 ; 818. apr6-2tx stills sVHt lUdi. tl tU
- .Eastern
EI Paso ..._ .. 57 ;! High Standard Low Time) La Concha Hotel. ...-t2.. f Nil C. Muuiu n,. 14

Ft_ Worth --__ . 6-11 6:35 Aluminum fixed extension ladder --
. . i a.m. a.m. Earn up to $33 wreUMM! g:'i White oUUiMk ieL .
Galveston - 62 5:25 3 pieces. New. very light p. ir n.
i ir j p.m. dresses .
Jacksonville . -.-.. -...-.. 60 i 1 Reasonable. Apply 512 Fleming your own its buss I, ft 7ft ol Ik* \
i Kansas City ..__.. 43 ADDITIONAL. \-TIDE DATA Decorators Hca. quarters. i Show without Fashion a penny Frucka uf coat %. y...i '' S. Olivi I..IIM fI5a7 ... k. t

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I KEY WEST .751 Reference Station West apr17itxSacrifice ;
1 : Key canvassing..t"St......
Key West Airport .. 75 '- - -
Tim of! Height of '
!J F.. ;;
nccoMiy hiu ",'... ., .
t ,z Los Angeles ._ 3a i ii StttioaTide *.tr diamond engagement ( a..ttr. p I. \
i > Louisville "_" -12 j Bahia Honda ;high i ring. Reasonable. Call 1332M. I Ohio.Frocks DtpU 64137. Cuf.ir.wti. > _g I........N4i ,..." t. ,

Miami y.-..,.--- 6d I (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft.I 12 Noon to 7:30 P.M. i |irl7iu.: kite ehaiietue t...i 1 ".

Minneapolis _._ .. .. __..1 -12 No Name Key apr7-3tx MISCELLANEGUSiDressmaking. 1NS W 'f' :3Tab4.
_= 36 I ---
Memphis | (cast end) __.+2h 20m ,
New Orleans .... 5Z I[ Boca Chica Coconut plants, 50c each. 1509 Specialise ire : .. ...." -i" n" ,..
New York . __. ... -10 (Sandy Point) Oh 40iaCaldcs South Street apr17-ltx .* with g' :I N..> -a.
I|I girls clothing. Alteratio i ij
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Norfolk 53 lagMfcC >ui Rv -
Oklahoma City 63 f Channel LOST i j Montzcl 's Dress Shoapa. 51. 117 tx...i .., : ;.:
north iI
( end) +2h 10mf 1.4 (t. I Fleming St mar'34-' __ ,
Pensa'Ota .. 6-1 oOo I ----
Roanoke .- u 19'S1. NOTE: I' Lady's wrist watch on Dtival !! Washers irons 1 wheel lu...... . '
vacuum newt bald', . ...., .
: rat. t" .
Liois 39 Street, between South and "
-- (-)-Minus sign: Corrections: fans repaired. OBriawt Ph..e'1164t. .
San Anhonio 53 to be subtracted. 1. Southard, Friday morning. Re- j i aaMl-tf- hitch f7,W .Si,...; ,. i.

San Francisco ._ _._._._ 51 (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to ward if returned to Ocean View --i "-1.. 'II .
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Seattle 51 be added I: Cottage No. 23. apr7-3lx : For guaranteed plumbing and ft. .... Ay

Tallahassee -. ._ 51 (h-Hour. I j I pairs. Free estimate. Cell v.aesa.f.. ...M| Hi -, I. \

Tampa -1- 6-1 (m-Minute. I $25 reward for information leading John Curry. 512 Marg**.* 9t I .y
Washington -15 (ft.Feet.The I I to recovery of mast and Phone 761. .'-. --- -
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I I sailboat rttemtrl ....to.... p, .
rigging removed from -- t .I.W lwi.ll .... .. .
More than 160-inillion tons of Town Hall of Harlem. Holland j located near Raul's Place. Martin j I[ Will give away four *.......4dI 1IIIIt5. .1. t

4M i h.iv<. been used in America's is part of the 13th century j B. Ives VCN-2 Boca Chica.j j japr72tx I kittens. 917 Unted Steaa ..- --. I* ) hp....\.moto.i St"T "
milts of railroadtrack.
400,000 .palace of the Counts of Holland. J _ _ _ _ tr 12 Noun. apt liI h 1IU.

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TROPICAL TRADER -i.i.nl 1 I ..... ........:.... ...................
I Motor Court e.seeseeeeee.......................a.e.....f. 5.5 5 55555 aSSSSSS.,, .
: DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 : ': wREPA1R ITI! .. *: ,, POORmOLriuCRAIG I 5 ,
Ownmhip 9t.-J. tihrruulon. Sl.I Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRSPlenty .:,. :.If .I It I s Elcclrie&lWe.WOi W E SELL IT. I S. .,
.! BENNY FERNANDEZServing : ; of Aclion Toys for the Children : : fl? fall For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station : i'i'J.

.: : . : : I 30 YVon Ejfpimnc* in Elictrkml Work : ; H. BRADY.. Muugw PHONZ tiUFruds : ,
I Electrical Appliances Repaired : ii
BREAKFAST. 1 So 11 : ud Dtrblea Stxwta
: ..LUNCHt ON.: 11:30 to 2.DINHJn. ...............................................ii':j;.j. t'if. I DJv StreetTIHONT :' Marco DUVAL Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop. : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories : a.: f
701 -
S to 1:30 : :
. ELEC'rRfc' !
.. a q : : Deafer" : :
: : 1 J2 t1ir1Its I ,.. . 822 ......"Your.....PURE.....OIL...cad......................... ii
The llrst
of Steaks' f. i ... . ....................tt...**.l"........ .
'V e e e e ....................
SNIt Orders-S.ndwkh sAl HOME SUNDRY; STORE' J...................... ...................... Dry Cleaning :, ................. ; t I
S5 All Hours : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST"YOUr : PRITCHARD : and Pressing AUTO AND : I .,
S ; Try Our FrozenS3 : Patronage Inviled" !: RUSSELL'SDRY 24-HOUR SERVICE s TGUY'S ;
TROPICAL DRINKS i. : : : Free Pick-Up and BODY SHOP :
O|fr fi. IX.tly end Sunday. : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine <:. FUNERAL i GOODS Delivery Service s 60i-05 STREET I
i A.XI. to Midnight i : : SUITS for LIEN :
:....................... :: Sick Toilet Room Preparations Supplies School and Article Supplies J:J: : HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : and WOMENMadolt : Aulo fug:4 to 55500

.................. .............................. : : PHONE 373Specializing : \ >*Mea: *>iirc : :

:.:.....a............. ..... .. .. ...... :: Let Those Serre : : : .I......PHONE.......282........:- ........e.BODY.......and....FENDER..........REPAIRS............c..:

MUMFORD? [ and ROSS; ; : Who Serve Best : .: .: .................................. ....
GOMEZFURNITURE I : HAVE NEVER :.: in ...... ............... ;
WE :
: : 1tFw1t1TY ; 1SIIO1'1'E I
: Exclusive Monroe Distributors : Women's and ; J
CO. County for .: WE NEVER WILL .: :. LOPEl Oreiseu Hotel 311 FUmiaa St. I :
720 DUVAL STREETJutruilc Carrier : '
: AirConditioningfor : : Ambulance Service : ; Children'sTelephone : :f DONALD BARBER : tv ; .
: FitrniliirrFl : Domestic and Commercial Use : : Funeral :' We Specialize la I
: 548 : :
: lIett ":IIUI.U : : .
: 133 PHONES 9150 Scalp) Treatments Hair Dyeing
: 'RMTUIEPUstlc .: : ...w............a.......... .....................; :. Never Sleeps .: : Apparel .: Established 1885 : .. ALL Trric or RKI. C.II .rtmTts t

.mtmi Inlaid r BroadfeltRADIOS ConqolrumA ; :.........................a...+......1111....:.1'...i.. ..e 1'......ee....e..........e.................e'.........................&.................... : Licenced Directors: Funeral and :: :......Phone...,.....175.............rRRMA.NKTSTELL'S .............--"A'....'.'............1, !. .:

and : HOTQINTI E -J. .A MYERS : lIIhallllcl'5 : BEAUTY NOOK .-

I : AppliancesoJnJ.n : : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances ;: Il 2Jllollr1'l1lJ" Scientific Beauty Culture.j i v S'' '.

: : : Washing; Machines' for Immediate Delivery : i Licensed 1 in AU Branches - I
InureService ; Thoroughly Experienced
; ; ; : :
$00 PJUL. : : HOME APPLIANCE 1- i Operators
: MON. and SAT. : : PAINTING Contractor Soft Water Ord ExdnslTeJy : ;
.............. 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 : ,
... .... i
......................,........................I : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : Phone 135 Night 696 : 1i Phone 637 536 Fleming St. ;

.5555551..............: :................................................: :.e......Telephon.....e.....e.....S127........114......Dwrtl..........Street...........Jefferson..............Hotel..................;. ,........ .............- ... .555IS5555555555I5I55IIISIIISSSSSIISSSSSISSS....... . . . :. I.

i THIS SPACE : Want FASTER, BETTER ; ,...................... Forma Customers, Friends and the Public InviUUFrances
i PRICE TOURS i AVAILABLE :. When You ,, Beauty Salon

: : :. On A Monthly Basis at : FLOOR SANDING : Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. : Frances Park. Owner ,
I'utenger : On Old or FloorsyCALl. US FOR AN ESTIMATE I : : ; s

I Rf"pftWDtatb.toFLORIDA :: .: A VERY LOW COST i Guaranteed Work Modern Methods : I : Itcauly 1010 Culture GRINNELL in all STREET its Phases
: :
For Further Information. CALL 51. I : 4
: CONCH SHELLS Treatment
S EAST .: or See the Advertising Manager :. J. DOUGLAS TREVOR ; : All Sizes ; / Facials Permanents. Shampoo Scalp-Manicuring ,, i

...............................,............... .l8.2JJ Harris AMUIIIC Phone 1374-R ___ For Appointment Pboae 1391Marion's .

COAST..* Locstod RAILWAY ButS : .............................8...................r.... ......:.....................e...............................................................i. COCOAIVUTSSPON6ES 't 555$555555555555I55555555555555555I5151I1S5 e . 1 : t
DR. COBO'S Sate on dwellings.' 20( % Fire i Insurance :. Latidscaping,Marl and Top Soil ; :.. CASA IIUESO \ :

OFFICE : mere:ant 11.. by INSURING with :. : TOP SOIL SRS9 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : BEAUTY SALON ':
S bldgshouse. : Will to Part : : House in l/JS-A." :
': MARl,HAULED.: $5.00 for 4 YARDS : Ship Any "Southernmost
..: FLEMING: STREET bold and per. : : ; of 1/-S. Canada ; 1314 : r
Atlantic! Mutual I Fire I Insurance Co. ; : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable i or : 1400 Duval Street Telephone ,
effects :
lUw La Ceaca KeUlPHONK124 ions +
AU Policies Non-A euabl. : i S. Palacio Expert Hair Tinting Hear Cutting
Save 15%; on .. . i Marcy *'
: . i V1E""H 1021. Olivia St. Personalized Permanent Styling% ,
:.................... : Mercantile Stock J;, L. Crusoe, Agt.;LPhone 674 :. G 0 ; THOME 801 : : 401 South Street : : Corective Facials v&if L-

A .................................................. :....e.e...................................... .:...KEY....WEST.......FLORIDA........:. ;.. 1. Exclusive. but Not Expensive. if. (. . 1 s !

..e.................ARidr .. ................................................! i"' .e...................COFFEE..............SHO......?...a:. ......................s . ..For More. .Natural .ee- ***
4 s Hair TiM
1 : the HIM lu the : B.&B. CYCLE SHOP : : 118 DUVAL STREETJ J.t M 1 ' . : : REAL ESTATE j r I'k fS log Permanent or Finest J

: GOI.F; COURSE: ; 822 Fleming St. R.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 : : Open Daily and Sunday, : Sales J j Wares .
: 5 }'.31. to 1 A.MJ" j :
: J Appraisal I
Cushman Motor Scooters : SERVING FI- : Leases s ; Beautyio : ..
J mnelS : : I
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Sales and Semite Immediate Delivery : : Rentals : I :-
Also A La Carte and + S k Colony
Rental Service : ...........................PRICES................... : Management : T 1 - 521 Southard S
.Uuilily Scats IsT ............ee............................... .: Properties Improved in and Key Vacant West a Street J

TAKE BUS ; :. I'arkinp FlagsFuulrcsts ; i INSURANCE i : and Monroe County 4 Next eramost to Beauty South- j
"0. 1 2 C School
8 : : J. 0170KJnCIIIIEL : x y
.. : licensed
: COLrLUC lhe 'bj : :: FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS) : : { E : I f BeauticiansSpecwKxiiKj :

A1'o DAYTON BICYCLES and Key West Insurance Co. : 919 411 Whitebead Fleming Street Street !2 ; # e y. Most Phase Modern of I -:

: //are Fun! : : : I tv Beatify Culture

: KEY WEST: COLT CLUB : ............................... :: Directly in Front of Postof ice : .......................l .:.......Telephone...... 206 for Appointmentvv'SE '.............
8I ........... .......... ............... ... ... ............................................e i HABLA ESP ANOL
e ... : .............................................. ......................e ., .................. ........................

...................A.' IICYCLES REPAIREDAH* E BEAUTIFY Good Work-Low Prices :
a : Daily between 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 "I :
Our Customers Must Be : : Your Entire Jjpuse\'rith t : P.M.-Appointments are accepted II
I : '< ; OFFICE from public by Senior Students of :
: RepairingMKUIAMCS : : Satisfied : r ; 'INlAID LINOLEUM 521 Sot( :'mum : ; TheSouthernmost .. i :
: : : a 'THEIT:!: ; \ t
: : : . : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE i : or ASPHALT TILE Opposite Bus Station : School : :

: :Nut 'al..u : ....................................................c..................................... EXPERTLY INSTALLED : PHONE NO. 1 of Beauty Culture ,
Factory Methods" ; TELEPHONE: 1451 FOR ESTD1ATE : 523 Southard Street :
Trained MenEASY \ /1
: by i DRUM BAR and ; .
..: : ABC MAYTAG ; West : runPorlcrAHcn There are a number available with over MQ IMIws '
Key :-
of: state approved instruction who know the I latret
S KENMORE: : SPEED: : ; : PACKAGE DEPAR1MENT : ; : chases in beauty culture. These student beauticMM. I
QUEEN: : and Others : 92S DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112 : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher' .,
: beauty culture do good work at very low pncvx. Although s
U liilr. \\'riuJ.r Roll : "VVe Deliver"Q Floor Covering : : appointments are not required it is adviuMe. ,
: Host Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town1'ackaged : Company : For Appointment Stop at
: Goods .......... ......... ..................... ......... ....
: Duval Street a ......... .....e........ *eeeeeee**. ; : .Ip ...................... ......e e
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s ..............e.**............................-. :: RADIOS You IEMEMBlli.11 1HJY! YOUR: R\010 liere: '.rr,, :. Sensational ValueUORIITS : COWBOY & SONS

: ( :
: When You Co : It Takes A Radioman to Repair It'h ,; I Clarion : : '
: Food Shopping : Not Buy It From A Radioman 1 . and.. . a : : :

: DC Sure to Get . ;: ASSURE YOURSELF ot ::. ri\tsi >SMALL RADIO : : PHONE 503RLANDSCAPING 1t
: BIGNAHE En' UE24Hour : : y AC- DC Superheterodino
e Plastic Table Radio ;
I dk/3Jum. Radio : 5 Tubes (IncL Rectifier) : :
f -- : Essential BeantificutiunTree

i ENRICHED BREAD Repair Service : i I ..... E FAMILY inREADYTOWEAR for the : Surgery-Tree I Removal "

,.. ; :
i The Foundation of Today99Ueal : .t\ "Why Pay More When
: Planning 1 Al's Music Co. : You Can Buy for Lessr7'II""I.lIII.6. ; Hauling-Marl-Sand-Soil & Rock ::

i W Hav. : Excavating by the (:.ubir lord :
TAHALDO t. PHOTtE2N The Latest 522 Southard Street ; ESTIMATES GLADLY GI"Irl11111.lIIIIII'.I.II1:1'.J::\ :

:. RALPH Iter Wed a.-I' HITRECORDS PHONE: 1081 : 707 WHTTEHEAD ........__............ .:. .*...-..........................................
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T SATU DAY. AWL' 17. 1Nt
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Welcome, Nobles ? Shriners' Potentate Here Texas Company To Build j Gfeek-Dr&ma"

Of The Shrine! "Is Planned\ In

$25,000 Filling StationAt I Classic x Setting!

Continued From Page One) .
rina. Raymond Priest will direct
the Chanters.At Duval Division Streets I SYRACUSE Sicily. -'(AP). -
r. Three great dramas of Aeschylus
9:30: p.ra, there will be a
ere: to he put' on again in the
dance and entertainment ''in the COMPANY IRS LOT 125 ancient theatre where the "In-

Casa Marina ballroom. hLouis I ventor oi Tragedy" himself may

Frank Bentley. exalted ruler of BY 1B5 FEET; WILL Boegletid.... have watched them performed.
the Key West Lodge of Elks said : The plays in a hew Italian v r .T
today that the Shrincrs werswelcome 7 It.) nUl L I) CONCRETE Visits In City i i sion with a modern musical t

to use the new clubrcroms accompaniment will be pcfrforro-:

in Duval street through P BLOCK STATION Louis' K. Boeglend,. washing-I ed" May 15-23 in Syracuse
He said that many'of Greek Theatre.
Sunday. : ton D. C., arrived $ Jf'-1 2.500-year-old
*** The Texas Ccmp.any'1ook out a j (1
tlihi came last night and more ternoon for a fourdayvisit: in'< Which is still to'good repair and
followed,, today. r building permit for the,construe* oegJ baosts acoustics so -perfect that
I i i., La.t night; fully 250 Shrinrs k. bon of a service and filling eta- the Island City. This is Mr. j{': whispers on-stage are clearly au
Attended the first of the I list of ticn to be erected; at the southI I lend's first trip back to.Key. West !!I dible in th>last seats! of the stone
function arranged for the visitor east corner of Duval and Division ,in 31 years. Boeglend w:.-; last !I rotunda. I

J\ { by Key West Shrine Club at streets at a cost of $25.000, Er- j employed here with the Morning j;I l Aeschylus (525-45SBC) horn in ..ii

the home of Arthur Sawyer Post ml Sawyer, building inspector i Journal in 1917, as a linotype !j! Athens, lived the last years of hs t

,, f.r the American Legion on Stock announced. today. i operator. j jBoeglend | life and died at the court of Hie
"When outside is
money inj j
Island. ron, director of Syracuse in SICIly -
vi- ted in Key West it is done! visited The Citizen !i I
They enjoyed a meal consisting ;, then called "Greater
with a full understanding of the and renewed acquaintances with ; "
<-t grouper chowder and ham; and Greece.
*turkey.. There was a long en- local situation, remarked City'Manager i L. P. Ariland, publisher, and i I

Wrtainment p *l'3m. .. "No one will Ralph spend D.money Spalding in Key I;;: Percy Curry, foreman. I Apply To Wed j

While the Shriners were enjoying ; West unless he believes the city ; Some of the landmarks} of the I
the meal Stock Island \ 1 ,', .
j on 1--
"* ' "
still familiar ;
city were to
bound to very
their I ladies were also having a rI .' j ; : JI The Texas grow.Company has owned the former operator though he !: Applications for marriage licenses L. LEWIS, prs; _;r.t cf2': '-t'-c M.. : \ :,-ken oi
in the
pond time at the Casa Marina : a lot 125 feet in length in Division i; remarked at the vast improvements I I' were filed yesterday America cits; us: :tfis z;:!:!:1 bi1''* sni: ,tergr ml ahead: ia IN'I
lloiol. Thsv rat down -10 a banquet WI t street and 185 feet in Duval! made since his employ- office of County Judge Raymond inS U. S. Dutr_",'"!. Ccur: a. /i.rnn.r." *.. : ch' s.i t'u opening

with Mrs. Frank Schneiderof ,' < '.. I street for some tim It will use apart j;[[ment here. +i I R. Lord by Norman B. Mattox. section cf eis trisl ea .cflteinpt: cf C:-.-J'& wi -'Rs. ?harl WoN.h3 .
J and BethelE.
2lrof'the U.S. ,Navy.
Key West as hostess. : 1r r '
: i' t of the large lot to place a'; pleaded fcinccsst ceiore: Judge T. Alex djs!>3r3U3h. Lewis
This morning a business meet .t : p.1 Case:18, of 122-B Pomciana::
.. '
{ ... concrete block building,30 by 50'feet I': today by Sawyer was to" G. and Oren M. Hyde, 22. I i is accused cf ignoring a court order: for h:,: to seal raiam beck 1
ing of the elective divan of Mahi : ., : i I Place, .by
., I
> the remainder 'Of I 1301 Peronia street who
'L and use Tedder .
G Mx
Temple was held at the Casa ( . t .w. > .. of, the U.S.: Navy. and HeJen K. to work and end ihs scft coal ftrik Y ttrd y. Jttdye >
I II. i the property for a large concrete ]:14s going to build a'frame two.I I
Marina Hotel The candidates all 'J :/,. \ ,.: > -I. < t -' ,., "1!ogg, 21,of 535 Francis streeLJ borough deferred lenience !ia the tiitl until Mendr.
j at
. "- 1 apron. i I t I story garage apartment, o cost:; J .

;t reported Booth at the to Recorder Casa Marina.Robert C. ,: ,:: :::: : .,,:$i ". ''I I Another, ,building" permit issued'1 of 4500. .. :"i.: ,EIRE SWEEPS FOUNDRY: ONE DE\!... S;'i in'j.:: : j ;LED!
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At 11 a-nx, the Nobles sot downto I --- - - -- --- ----- ---- -- < -- > *

luncheon at Casa Marina. At ; I .'.
I 12:30 p.m., they had finished eating AMONG THOSE WHO ARRIVED in Key West last night t I 17 New Members Initiated .
attend ceremonial of Mahi Temple was Illustrious ":
-=and were leaving the hotel to today's j t'
take their places in the parade. 1 Potentate Harry C. Ebright of Miami. I -

... Colorful Shrine Groups Take Part In Parade I, Into Key West Elks LodgeMEETING 3.;r

__,.. J I HELD IN NEW, . I
fr .' .: -<'< : I i

;" 1'r" 1'- LODG J E HUILDINC, ; List Winners In !

;- ,
READY FOR STATE: Spelling Bee At a

CONVENTION i i I Division SchoolThe I

JiP i A clc-TS: of 17 candidates was !! .
Division street elementary
ij initiated into the Key West Lodge !:
school held it.; annual SpellingBee
of Elks on Thursday night, Ex- j .
Friday morning April 9.
j !
-i alted Ruler Frank Benth-y on- !
I The winner is Alvania Singleton -
nounced today. I
t J grade C-A: teacher Miss May xt -
J 1 1I The new building: wa sused j! Sands. The runner up is Peggy

r k # for the ceremonies ushering in Burke grade 4-A; teacher, Mrs. I
the ne wmembers. Temporary Amelia Cabot.

r '. Apr I lights were strung, but the in- Principal Earl E. .Hamilton
I terior of the new building was I called the words. Mrs. Catherine ,
,otherwise all ready for the annual Logan Mrs. Eulalie'! Jones and 1

state convention of the( Mrs. Katherine Whiting were
; I l
L ; I. 4t' ': suY Ij i Elks to Jbe held April 24-28. t tI )j JU/I-JPS.!
I The flood lights which are' to' Winners of the room contests
a s '" 4 1q be si permanent part of the new who participated in the school

.tF i.r ,Y w S j l structure\ ,are-now being erected.,i contest were: '. ,
I I The air conditioning equipment Grade Two-Mrs. Josephine
Doughtry. teacher; Robert Mc- FLAMES AND SPECTACULAR COLUMNS OF SMOKE burst from
is all on the ground and will bed i: tea c.-u.-nkling G1. i S of he
shortly installed Kimmey Lynda DeMeritt. block-long foundry of the Crucible Steel tam,?.ji> ajerw: / v-.v ':. .'. ,. -...., ,, : -'-a ' I II I Those initiated Thursday night ':; Grade Two Mrs. Eulalie several were injured in the fire.
Kk a eJ a were: B. F. HoecherL J. W. Sellers ;Jones, teacher; Bryan Keith

R. V. Fields, J. I. Inchel W. j i Roberts Ercelia Ditz. I FLOOD WATER THREATENS TO FREE ZOO ,\MM\LS
I A. Jackman, C. L. Simpson. P. J. '' Grade Two Mrs. Leota Som- I r-
Baker, J. W. Masters W. B. Stith, ers, teacher; Sonia Mae Lee. Ben-
!i! T. C. Slallings, Y. D. Carbonell i'! nv AranGrade I, : t
I Y I R. L. Soule, J. V. Allen. P. J. i iI i iI Three-Miss Marjorie: '

,I I Doyle, G R. Rock and N. E. Col- \ Roberts teacher; Armando GuI I I
lins. tierrez. Eulc-i: White. I
a cI.6r |I
I I The membership also named a Grade Three- Miss Gladys

I house committee to serve this I r'mdec, teacher; John Sellers

| year. They were Robert Saun- Jesus Espinosa. .
i ders. Hunter Harden, George'II Grade Three-Mrs. Eva Arnold i 3.s
I Syk3s, Clarence lligr ; and I teacher; Yolanda Harris, Mary --, ?yes
Charles Wells. Ellen Baker.
Grade 4-B-Miss Frances Cochran '


c PERSONALS DfMerritt Grade 4-B- Mrs. Katherine I : '1; -+ '
Whiting teacher: Donna June I '
r rb l tn"IItT.'JII"IJJiiUHIIIIIUmmiIIlIUlHIUUJV:::: ! Stewait, Donna Lee Gaskin. i ." ," c.

I Join Shriners Here Grade:: 4-A-Mrs. Amelia Cabot I y- & __
teacher; Peggy, Burke, Thomas
i iI I
Larubia wife
Col. Manolo and ,
I arrived over the highway last : Grade 4-A-Mrs. Louise Evans,
,sht. Col Larubia will the
t I Trout,
teacher: Barbara Ann ksx +
Shriners today. Mrs. Larubia was ,
Pritchard. x
the former Miss Nelia Toledo! of Rena Coffey r
; Grade 5-B-Mrs. :: I
kS Key West. Col. Larubia is slated I I Harry
I teacher; Wayne Brantley
for the post of Chief of Staff of Mingo. I
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;. the Cuban army. Grade 5-A-Mrs. Ilattie Lou
, 'I Hamilton. teacher; Angela I
:: 4 I Off to Cuba Lowe.
Jjjj7rr1 Adams Eugene
.t' 1 Andrew Russell left for Ha- Grade 5-A-Mrs. Florence TWO ELK STAND IN HIGH WATER flsodln' their i p ns a. zoo in Column A'io.i T'w.1F, >
'iA Cuba and will be in Elizabeth Arnold -
bans today
.-* ; Mullinax. ; comes fro mthe overflowing Scioto River. Zoo a !irenfant:: ; rail the pinia;. ..M have ic !be k reed
the Island Republic about two Richard Messick.
loose if the water rises much higher.
months visiting family and Grade 6-B Mrs. Florence

J r Sw friends. j I I Mickler teacher; Josephine Gon- OHIO Ills ER FLOODS .,'' 1i4)' t el- 4 ' )
R : zales, Gladys Barnwell.
J I Brief Items Of Grade C-A-Mrs. L. Hardaway Leo, 1)f
teacher; Betty Bowery

Interest To IT' Calt'v.
1 Ollie" Grade C-A-Miss May Sands .
i teacher; /vlvania Singleton, Mary 14r
Full sunshine and long periods Sweeting.This e
I Iof light, cool nights and modtrI was one of the longest \.
Ytb w r I I ately warm but not too hot days: ij i jI contests in the history of the
j give strayberries both their best school. The word. "equator" de-
flavor and their highest value inascorbic !: cided the contest. The word. i Yr X. i S r
t acid. (vitamin C), says j'''I "countries" was spelled correctly -
the Department of Agriculture. | by the winner. 4J

) I I The word "equator" was missed \
't To keep frames of pictures protected by Peggy Burke. This was spelled I .
see that the frames are correctly by Alvania Singleton. -
I waxed frequently. Several; thin'': Alvania became the cham-
j layers of buffing will* do the pion when she spelled the next f I ,J JI JI JI

t trick. j!I word which happened to be "coun- IrI
j. try
I When vacuum bottle containersare
t I
......., .. ste t. 3 not in use, leave them open. 'I Seek Divorces I,
Fresh air keeps bottles and corks
fresh, but if they are closed, jl I
< mold stale devei i i Petitions seeking divorces were -
or odors may - '
i .' .. .. .: .i'JI : lop. filed yesterday in the office of '
: I' i.t' \ .". Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Saw- I'I t
f ') :; ..t' + ,,' .,; )t : !
by Mambie Fay Bagly .
r: I -
If pockets on Junior's trousers yer
:,. ; <,<;.". '...... .,;,........ ..... -',, j, : or Dad's work clothes tear at the :I Itp I Crenshaw against Robert Wilson I i iI
'* corners, -stitch them when !! Crenshaw. and by Sail S. Levy I i iI

PARTICIPATING IN THE SHRINE PARADE TODAY of Mahi Temple were these organizations: they are new. Start from: the top against Celia Levy. __ __ i

1 *Top. the Mahi Temple Band. Miami: middle. the Degree Team of Mahi Temple and bottom the corner and proceed southeast or I I 1\1 ,',

4 Abu Drum and Bugle Corps.,of the Abu Shrine Club. West Palm Beach. They marched from westward as the case may be for I I The greatest of all brown carniverous bear FLOOD WATER FROM THE RISING OHIO RIVER surround bH J.dIon aM ieelatee .v.--nt
1-4 or 1-2 inch and then animals, the Alaskan t )
1 I Whitehead and Eaton streets to Duval street. to Division street. to White street and thence-to down until it meets the straight first I is not accounted quite as fierce as in Cincinnati's east end Wednesday. The street at top is KtSay A...... .. the city : cj ,ad

Key Wt High School where about SO men were initiated in the ceremonial cross row of. stitching. \w near relative the grizzly. 1 .Jtuw leading to U. S. Highway 50. It is completely: un4 c water; ill ..... genet.

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fiATtmPAY.! APRIL 17. 1D4R _.___ ._'rilE !KEY 'W ST 'ClTIZi ._,., ..-_., _>..i-. ._ c! : > .. 1AG .! ._ I

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KEY :; 8 Girl Scouts Invited WILL YOU SMILE ** Death
WEST'S CHURCHES -- : Troop i! Separate 10 MM I :

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"fi! To Attend Cuban Methodist\ Platypus Coup *

TO FEATURE OUT I Lizzie-Has anything ever been
OF discovered on Venus?
*\t Church Services Sunday Night Izzie ;..;.., Not, it the picture hi MELBOURNE.. (AP). fl .

her are correct.: ?partnership of Jack and Jill. *

TOWN PASTORS SUNDAY 30XJD t CLOTHING COLLECTED -of Mary Immaculate is holdingits Platypus couple at .die 14..4.

twenty-ninth annual reunion rille Sanctuary n... Me4baae
; ''PACKAGED AND SENT i i 1IIUfIIIJIDHIIo1III.m s. this afternoon. has ended. Jill .has dferf. awtf )ae

The)' Will Appear At Street Methodist ENGLAND. ,BY. MEMBERS;.Key West In has been liberated ai...
Fleming AudI Joseph Sawyer and Hartley years in captivity. They wefe.
: BISHOP COADJtJTOKAP OF TROOP Roberts who had ,been visitingin parents of the ofily baby

: First Congregational Churches; tt % 'Girl.1.\Scouts. of''Froop; 8 have I Days Gone By Miami returned yesterday.Mrs. pus named born Cbrrfe.in captivity Many UKHM. .... i

c been/invited to --attertd'i-iervices: :: AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF* William Knight left yesterday people admired and fed' Jack

Other News Given : ,tomorrow .night in El Salvador THE CITIZEN OF for Orlando for a week's Jill and later ['1MTN'.

MethbdVt Church, 'br&neil and i APRIL 24. 1S38 visit.

.'/T1IK: nl-:"'. JOHN E.I I'ICKKNS.: : FORMER ..Virginia streets I. I
PASTOR,:FIRST: CONGREGATIONAL, The 'invitat on' was extendedby I Mrs. Sidney Thompson left Tour Grocer SELLS That U.4

5TO .UK. : IIONORKI{ : ) ,FOR WORK WITH SERVICEMEN IN TilE POINCIANA Rev. Oscar Rodriguez pastor ;! Easter Sunday services were this morning for Fort Lauderdaleto BRAND;
visit her daughter Mr. It. A! STAR
; at the regular meeting of I. held at dawn yesterday in &yI -
IIISTIIII.TI! (:uiimcn; : OK CHRIST EVANGEUST! : j. p. PIIEVATT: WILL the troop Wednesday afternoon!I view Park under direction of the Sands. AMERICAN ? f*

hUh. )>> .SERVICES: : : IN NEW: icnirici: street.in Wesley It is House expected on a Varela large :! Despite Key West the threatening Ministerial Alliance.weather, Today The Citizen says in an end CUBAN LUrr ii3
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editorial paragraph: -Try A Pound Today- J
number of the girls will take several thousand atted-
Two out-of.town pastor. one horn penn yiani<* and the other from Ohio' will preach advantage of the invitation. : ed the services. persons 'Flat on tis back, business can -
Sunday at sTIce$ In the fleming Street Methodist Church and First Congregational..Church. I Pastor Studied In U. S. !, hot do otherwise than,look up." S

iSna .. Jonathan 'Tu0"1121"P010? 01! the United Brethren Church olCatawassa.f Pa.. 1 1nemln9 Rev. Rodriguez, who recently : Local Jaycees will- hold a charter "
will a meuaqe to morning services at Street< auttAAl assumed the pastorate of El Salvador "
theeyening: servIce. night banquet and dance Friday
the pastor. the R.,. J. B. Reid. will preach. I Methodist Church, studied night in Club Miramar. Officials Glad Tidings. Tabernacle LATTER DAYSAINTS .

Tb. 11.v. M. Reid reported today that Dr. He W. Blackburn. district su erlnt dent of the foe the ministry ,at Southern of,the Florida State Junior ASSEMBLY OF COD

Metbodiat Church. trill hold the fourth quafterly t conference: of I 194748 in the church Moto-, Methodist University, Dallas Chamber of Commerce are sched- SOI Georgia SL at Pvtronia

day at 7 pm. Dr. Blackburn will make an address at the services: to which.all are invited, uled to attend the banquet Cordially Invites Youto

At the Firat Conqreqational
1och.*: at th. mctning and sverung services tomorrow.; The Rev.. Me..Peyton. was: born BROWNIES INVITED TO Mrs. Gladys of Roberts the State, local Welfare-representative Sunday School. '10 AM. Held EC Sun flay
IA ueorq.a ana graduated at the Atlanta :Theological Seminary*. SERVICES OX SUNDAY (All Ages) fry
Board said that she has,
and ha held c! 2OOi.m..
pastorate in Texas. North CaroSjiu. New York MORNING 11:00 A.M.
Girl Scouts and Browniescf been advised that the board's
andO WMURailjrOf[ : Key West have been invited personnel will be reorganized.A Sermon:
H. comet to Key Welt at the invitation of the congregation ; by Rev. Oscar: Rodriguezto I -"I AM"

to assume the pastorate of the First Congregational ChUrch attend: church services marriage license was issued 6:30 PAL, Children's: Church Chapel atNavalilospital ..
il piopet arrangements can be made. : Baptist! District i i (' '\ ) tomorrow night at El Salvador I yesterday by Judge RaymondLord EVENING 7:30 P.M.

It was announced today by the Rev. William W. fflffo act-, THE RIGHT REV. HENRY Methodist Church. Grin- to Miss Mary G. Nonne- Evangelistic Sermon! I I

Inq pastor of rirst Congregational that.a great and deserved. Here Next Week! IRVING LOUTTIT. D. D. nell and Virginia streets. macher and Lawrence E. Bailey. "THEY FORGOT TO tEAR

honor_ has com to the Rev. John E. Pickens. former pastor of The troops will meet in
(above) of Orlando. Suffragan 7:30 P.M.,
I the church in that the Home) & Bishop front of the. church 'at 7:15 The Alumnae of the-Convent Tuesday, All Members and Scrvk MA
I was unanimously elect-
WMU Rally of the Eleventh ; Sweet Hour *>f Prcycr:
; o'cl ck. 1. .
, Minion" Board of the Urged to Att..JPresbyterian
denonv] < Bish.D'-a'Hutor! for the
tjistrict of,the Miami Baptist As- The invitation was extended wearing apparel to needy per-
motion has awarded him a ci. r COLORED sociation will be held at the First South Florida Episcopal Diocese by Rev. Rodriguez on the I I.-ons. Mrs. Lonsdale recently returned -. Friday, 7:30, P.M..
lotion 'for distinguished service t at the 26th annual aioicecean occasion of "Latin American I to the United States from Christ Ambassador.,
Eaptijt Church here at 7:30 : J
I to servicemen and their laml -' I : p. convention in the Flamingo Week I a visit to Lancashire and discussed -:
l I..* In the Poinciana Place1DUtilet t I CHURCHES; Wednesday April 21. 4. Hotel in Miami Beach "Girls of England" before I Church
, i Mrs' Ishmael Negrin, director 8 the
Thursday. The election i h $< *-- Texas. His studies last hi for five members of Troop at
the kindergarten of the local WhIt. and WatHlaeioo SttM
{lof '
last week.
TltM award will be prrsrntttlat The A. Laing ject to the approval of the years, at the termination of Wednesday session COMMUNITY
Rev. Sigismund ,, th. (H",81 l CiHiitrit meeting bishops and the stanaing committee which he was awarded the de- '
pastor of Trinity Presbyterian I! the principal speaker. the talk English girls by Mrs
to !I. held In Olwrlin.. 0., in cf the Episcopal church.tor grvt-s of B. A. and 13. U. on
The'program is under the di- Men's Bible Class. 10:00 AJ4.
June. Tb. ronferenor( U paying Church will speak on "Our Refuge Born in Santa Clara Las Villas -! Lonsdale were part of Inter CHURCH
I rection of Mrs. Bronnie E. Nichols Ladies' Bible Class. 10 AM.
and Our Strength at the 11 I national Friendship program now :
all xpmcr for the. lt -v. Mr. for of Poinciana Baptist Church, l Cuba, Rev. Rodriguez suc-
: People's director
awt! ..... I Vkrnj tu Oherlm.The a.'7:30 m. services services tomorrow.; he will At deliver the.,:the First Baptist WMU. will speak on, *'*.ivest Thou Me" ttt-ded Kev. Guillermo Perez, I being conducted by the troop. -POINCIANAMr. -
Krv. llnmnte K. Nichols.pittur p m. who in of the church
the 11 was
at a. m. services tomor I Ihere
Timeto 11 OO) A.M.
.' a sermon entitled, "lI gh ''d ; : ,
lei n4 lUpti Church ial speaker tonight at 'i:30 row. At the 7.30 p. m. services for many years. J
will ..<....k gin Th C tfpel Acffwttinft Awek@ *| o'clock at the.Youth For Christ. the cubjec-l of his sfimon willb The ,l box of clothing being assembled : Grace Lutheran Cook ami Mr. Church: Smrlrr
t.. You." at Uw morningErnrkra. "A, Man Sent From Cod" is : in the First Methodist -, 'The Disciple; Whom Jesus by Thoop 8 Girl Scouts. I CHAPLAIN C. C. FRENCH
[ Rally Wealherforil of the
the delivered I
title to be -
, while. at thP .veninxrnrkr the of sermon Church. Loved." for shipment to England was of the U.s.s. Howard W.
! .. h.. will M-ak "From tomorrow at 11 a. m. by 1 j at the meeting Wedr Church
, | on J. 'P. Prevatt, evangelist The Rev. Robert "W. Weaver completed Navy Hospital!' will Cilmorc. WW Coedt
I)......*.. to LJht." the Rf'v. CV C. Higgs pastor of !I i iI day. Mrs. Emmeline Lonsdale
}:, | Church of Christ, will preach tomorrow 1 pastor of Ley Memorial; Metho- 1215 PETRONIA: STREET the Service
M. :
Cornish Chapel of the A. romlurt the morning
the Methodist ,
Wells I of
O. Loon ,
The ItfoY. superintendent
pns.t the at, 11:00 and,7:43 p. m.J dist Church, will preach a sermon -
tar U Old Bto,w Fiirt MethMltttl Zion Church His subject at ;1 entitled, of Gui- Deaconess Home and Settlement I .
. [His .sermon subject at both services "Ways services at Poinciana
7:30 p. In. services will be, "The i Buffalo. N. Y.. assistedthe 7:30 P.M.
Church will thepulpit House in ,
wrupy will be Why'We Love Jesus dance, at the 10:30: a. m. wor- I Divine Services
tomorrow at both the First White Sunday. .1 I ,". The service will be held ship tomorrow. "Where Art scouts and their leaders in I Community Hall on Youth Fellowship I II
.. and evening wrvices.Th I Thou'" is the title of his packing and securing the box for 4II
Mount in the new church. corner of sermonat April 18 at I
fl.v. Mr. WelU fesued a morrow at 11 a. m. at There the Christ-will'!,.I Ashby: and Von Phister streets.The ,, 730; p. m. shipment. t 7:30 P. M. Sunday, Visitors. TourUu and Friend A

*frial' 'InviUtinn to .ervio Ianl..nre Society. at 8 n.!: church was\ built .by" labor j 'I Am' is the title of the sermon Clothes For Britain's Needy 11:00! ()() o'Clock II Arc Invited to Worship ,

J aM. Intav visitors. to attend 'h..J also be a .meeting. _. p.* .4>(.4he.embes&: 14church, ;: to be delivered tomorrow The clothing has been sent to I I F. H. ZUCKER, Pastor ..
Wednesday. .r. : \ A
: where .
t. Saints will hold, a' anct nb.outside' labor Jw as'used.. },.at II a. rp. in the Glad Tidings Lancashire
Chaplain C. C. French of the Latter Day: Revival services begin Sunday Tabernacle of. the Assembly of young girls will distribute the
2 tomorrow -|I
School at m.
UJW Gtlmorr. will ncrupy the Sunday p. morning. Children's BibleS class, God.&ooJ"hey Forgot to Fear" is
pulpit tomorrow at II a. m. at I II I 7:30 p. nv. each evening. j jI j the tttle| of the Evangelistic ser-
the Tint Prwbytrrian; Church. 1IC:;pital: 1 I Two men from the Naval Hos.4 mon fo be delivered} at the 7:30p. BaptistChurch Christian Science
F. H. Zucker. pastor\I Poinciana
the. Rev. Melroae S. Avery. pas The Rev. willoccupy pita,'Messrs. Cook and Weather-j j m. servicc-i: : '

tor. announced' today. At 7:30''of Grace the Lutheran pulpit at Church.the servicesto : ford will conduct the services tomorrow -,j, There will be worship tomorrow Society E [FLEMING[[ STREET METHODIST CHURCH
p. m. there will be a Youth Feltowthlp at 11 a. m. in the Poin- j at 11 a. m. in tile Key West
meeting.'Dnttrine be held at 7:30: p. m. ciana Community Church. f I Church of Christ. At 8 p. m. i, 17th and Eagle I of Key West :
of Atonement will row. 'I D. there will be a sermon delivered. Pastor's Phone 1164-M Corner Flaming and WUUam St.
Rev. A. :
The O'Briant pas-j
a,_ the aubjiet to l*.. di rued" to.r Merrill Fell!>n will be the prinof i iI A. D. 0BRIANT. Pastor I 327 ELIZABETH STREET :: REV. J. B. REID. Pastor

r I Sunday School. 9:30: A.M. : Church School 9:45 A.M.
OF THE WEEK 1 j I 1949 Meeting\ Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. 1 Sunday Morning ServicesAt I : I:
Key West II Worship, 11 o'Clock S S

COining To CityThe I Subject: Subject: : Merrill Feline General SuperintendentS :
Undertow of the Underworld -LOVEST THOU ME?"
"Doctrine of Atonement"Wednesday
Church of Christl : Morning Worship 10:50 A.M. :
9 6:30: P.M., Training Union
S ,
i Evening
Rev. James II. MacCon- S

tf ROY L SMITH i ik t uell, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal I Corner Ashby Evening Worship, 7:30 Meetings at 8 o'Clock ;. Youth Fellowship. 6:30: P.M. ":
School Lesson of this week deals j I Von Phister Streets I .
The International) Sunday l Church, today wired Mana- Subject: Reading Room in Church : Song Service. 7:10 P.M.

1 with a them extremely modern. though the scripture concerning j tIe ger t Harold Laubscher of the Key .!! 10 A.M. Sunday<< School f "The Disciple Whom Edifice will be open :

.''Ill A.M. Worship! I Jesus Loved Tuesday and Friday : Evening Worship 7:30 PJtf. 3 3irn8lIWmfl8IlflflUflWlflflflmIlUlIlllUlflUUWUUl1JfleUlumaf
1 come* from an ancient day. ., |West Chamber: of Commerce from 6 to 8 P.... .
When Iho Hebrews were carried off into Babylonian capUr-t;that he had obtained the 1949 i I!I J5 P.M.\ SermonEVERYBODY I .
the convention of the Southern Florida -. Public Ccrdially Invited
business men. II
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tty It was only the leaders. important ,. Diocese. of the Episcopal ::I WELCOME ; U- : : mV1rI
\ lenpU priests, the cultured. and the influential who were ex- Church to come to Key West.I I I I -t'IRSTCongregational- _'.

i i- Bed acme ten thousand ol them. Scores of other thousand f He said the convention attracts I .- -.I Church j I Youth for Christ Rally

left behind. Leaderless. unlettered.. 5 several hundreds of persons. He II'
ol the Illiterate masses I[ other details. Father I WILLIAM W. 'ILIFFE.: 1W.
of destiny they gave: no CORNISH CHAPEL :1
ttnoraaaUed. with no pride of race or sense wire Acting Pastor : Director. PARKER MAHAN. VJ&M.
Mac Connell sent his from Methodist Church
served little more than to clutter up the land. Miami, where he is presumed A-M.E. ZION CHURCH 517-527 WILLIAM STREET. i TONIGHT, 7:30 o'CLOCK AT
In the year 538 B.C. Cyrus issued a decree permitting any I to be' ttending this years meeting "The So Friendly Church Cor. Division and Georgia Sts. t Between Southard & Fleming

Jews who were so minded to return to their ancestralhome., and of the diocese. (COLORED) The Church With A Welcome FIRST METHODIST CHURCH .
*, of a few thouaand took place. But by far the larger. Whltehead and Angela Sts. ROBERT W. WEAVER Pastor ; Sunday School. 9:45 AM.
migration colony. like prosperous American Jews SMILE? Rev. C. C. Higgs, Pastor Classes for All Corner EATON and SIMONTOlf STREETS
part of the Babylonian 1'1 WILL YOU
-- --- John V. Archer, Supt.
their aclJvantage ;- 9:45 A.M. Sunday School !
ol today 'found it to 1 j
to stay where the soil I problems the re- Past History :30 un. Sunday Church: School Classes for AU Aaes i Speaker MERRILL FELTON
I the greatest Teachers for All Ages Miss Miriam Carey. Supt. i 11 A.M., WORSHIP : !
wereL.wr I
the I
was rich and crops builders had to
Joseph Thompson, Supt. Sermon
good. The Undertow Is, Terrific: I II ': 10:50 Morning Worship I == I I'KOGKAM 1
.Mrs. Newleywed John Idon't REV. JOHN M. PEYTON
th. Avtrag I most authoritive I Sermon: "Ways of Guidance I 1-5010: Lily Russell

The Back** Whe in the little land of Judah I I I sources From comes the word of the seri-J. Mr. like Newlywed-Now your stenographer, dear! I.I 11 A.M., Worship 6:30.: M.Y.F. 6 5:00 P.M.: P, Christian.M.. Pastor's Endeavor Class | 2-Girls' Quartet (High School): faye BetvaMi. AIIeH

the rxile art out to of the undertow in modern Subject: 7:30 Evening Worship Speer. Lorraine Nottage. Clecra Roberts.
returning ousnel
I I after you have no cause for jealousy, "A MAN SENT FROM GOD" 3:30: P.M.. Young Peoples' Meet H
re-establish Month
rrtiuikl' the land and American life. whatever! Why, that girl refused Sermon: "Where Art Thou? H 3-Instrumental Trio: Organ-Lorraine Nottage; Pie eo-
Jerusalem. Edgar Hoover of i 7:30 P.M., WortohiJSubject Tiir ia 7 t:M P.I.. fburtfc 7:30 P.M. WORSHIPSermon
the "hvly captiaU imontth Mr. J. four times before I ever *< > = Marilyn Bennett; Saxophone--Tiacy raulieM.I .
But the. nr>r.*!..-well. population I I the F. B. I. goes into the magazines -,i met me! : q..rftI I. Ihr ,.."..<..'-.i.>frmM All .,<*fI..i.I..1 i to fcrld Ihr by I I WELCOME TO THE PEOPLE OF KEY WESTCOME

S that had bern left behind and newspapers or on the ra- you THE FIRST WHITE SUNDAY' (......... arr sr5rd .. . . .
..,.rhMh<< bed fNTUpMI the land of I I dio, to warn the nation of the disintegration Agricultural scientists can determine -'p Tues., 7:30 p.m., Class and \\ <...-%da,. ?>.30 I*. M.. Slid.l'ra4r d- ------ '
the exile proved of life that is going 1 1I Prayer wrvk .*er Irr.. ...... illUhIlllI1lIUllIlHhIUllI1lllIUlIlIlllIIllUI1IlUiWWlImlIWI I UUUUflIU'I ,_ !
JiMUh during what plant foods a plant flrd.rda) !II;'* I' 'too Tues. 7:30. Official Board Meet I I _
tun much '4 a 'Nlnd cap. It was. I I on all about us. lie sounds like a i I lacks by analysis of the leaves. Wed., 7:30: p.m.. Choir Rchrs. .......Ice.1k.r.da.. .. Wed.. 7:30, Prayer-Praise Meet
building talks about theI I I ::::11 P.1 \
that. they .> >Jed 'preacher as he
fM ppi ..
"lb 'Cordial Welcome To All'
.4 the city. they only imj edcd I I I lack of religion in the home of proposals because they will cost YOU ARE WELCOME 1i 1- I The First Baptist ChurchCorner
the necessity for spiritual 'I ._ .
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Tl* Sunday School Lesson. I delinquents.From one end of the nation to I II necessary Thom. i js by one slums.fact w}>'"h cannot! Trinity Presbyterian (Church i THE OLD STONE CHURCHFirst ronnie E. Nichols, Pastor
Retu..n are reporting
II "Th other newspapers
f r April : the and'i possibly be-evaded. The underworld 717 Simonton Street (Colored)
Fr.m C.U.." Ezra: 1-': Hag I I! the gravest social always compels the upper I ( Methodist)
.al. i! domestic problems which are re- ;, Sigismund A. Laing. Minister
the bills.
suiting from an increased use of ,crust to pay which the I II Corner EATON and SIMONTON Streets SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45: A.M.II. .
A citizenry permits I I S
at the. d..... of a treat the tickets helL lie of I mothers.liquor on Everycriminal the part of wives court and in I.I.I underworld to dominate a. city [ Morning Worship ; G. LEON WELLS. PastorS SS E. Day, Supt.
.had tRee" taking to
*, tho* whu had come to hear one I I I the land adds tragic evidence to i.government the cost in taxes.may expect pay Sermon 11:00 o'Clock Subject I SS SS I 10:7,0: () .A.M . Morninp' Worship

of the nation ereat It'durt'rs.1 had the accumulated indictment ofj I A community that refuses to I I "Our Refuge and Strength"Sunday I S S Sunday Services; S Sermon Subject: "The Gospel According to You" !
evening SS
The address of the our indulgence. raise its community chest budget
been Ert'nK' on 1lUmf' fifteen rmnutese I Burden of the UnderworldOne I wil pay larger sums.through the School 3:30 P.M. I SS SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45: A.M. S BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 6:30: P.M. :
when the young man noticed : of the most remarkablefacts tax-collector's office. !I Youth Meeting ._ 6:30: P.M. I S Mrs. Elijah Sands. Director

that two "r three"<' young couples concerning' modern life is A people who will not buikl'I Evening 10:50 A.M.: _. __ .' Morning Worship! :
discusting with whkhcititfl1s Worship 7:30() P.M 1
were walking out and : the complacency school houses must build jails. : Evening .hr,1ai..
: &:30 P.M.. Methodist Youth Fellowship Meeting
.s they went" what picture: good continue to pay the There is something inexorable 7:30 o'ClockSermon Invited SS Sermon Subject; : "From Darkness to
show thehy would go to. Turning i costs of the underworld.We ,about the underworld. It never Subject I S Young People .1 Llgh'I I
to older man near by. thetkkettaker tolerate institutions which It wrecks its High Time To Awake" ::1
aft I condone spares anyone. own : 7:30 P.M: --_-._-_---_ __ .m -- Evening Worship
said: -Did you ever produce poverty we citizenry: ft bankrupts every city .1
tvutice how some people can raise businesses that wreck business' ; I that affords, it hospitality. Tues., 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Service : W.111f"(1ay! 7:30 P.M., DISTRICT WMU R UXY !
the average of a crowd by leaving& I we refuse to'deal'with the causes (Copyright 1948 by the Tnternatiooal -I Wed., 7:00: p.m.. Youth NightFri. I SERVICEMEN- il Friday. 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice
lt?" The undercruftt that had Icflleft of crime. Courwil of Rrlieious Education -' ., 7:30 p.m., Choir Rehearsal; -A SPECIAL INVITATION
oh behalf of 48 Protestant denomination -
behind in Judah became one Wevote down slum clearance *.) I ..SS55.S,5SI5SSSSSSSSSSSISSISIISSeSSSI'eISS .


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I ;:} West[ Graduates[ Of , . I(and an :invitation.as a.Florida ;AVfclkensv! Anna:Josephine James, KEY.Wl WilliamR.'Rush. .
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r University graduate'wascxtend': ..Gwendolyn James "TEn.ON- destroyergUSS. >, nolly, Commander-fn-Chief: of U. Pt...Lhf-i.. was eeaaoiriaoed
Clara. :
lcd ""attend 1.tng-I DESTROYER I :$ ;;:: S. Naval Forces'Eastern
: to them to these. mcctjinps. RUSH Atlanticand at few Yerk Newt >lb4lae. y1.
State University Meet I l '. l : ,1 [ford AQdah'Johrrion,Ar mayor, .Alice Roberts, I I. t """+.r .. rbe ..'.u.... 'The-2. 00 ton ship has joined Mediteranean. I SIShr.' ..HI.Subsa1ee .
i I ? )Ramsey,. The Rush, named
4 Y Much pleasure was, gamed by Dorothy" t I Il I GREAT LAKES, IH. April 17.t the Northern European Task in honor ofCapt
those present in reminiscing'and l Archer; Knovrics I William R. Rush USN of MThe
; ; Elhca Kemp I! L. > CMIHB. t
Force Richard Cone
of .
i To Reactivate '!bringing to l life incidents! 0f;their Striker. May Sands, :Kathryn'I j I-Howard L. Yarbrough electri1 -.-- ...-..-----.----.-- ......------..---------..... .--
Chapter:college,days .One., ti'ptes- Lowe,.Donna Chapman and Wildmina '1! cian's mate, third class,. USN 1 IHIUHUUHUUIUU"COMPTROLLER
-- {cnt ,represented! the" graduating : i Goehnng Harvey- i'i I husband of Mrs. Shirley Yar- I
j A meeting of alumnae of Florida Icity chairman' Gladys Pinder alumnae !
; i class of 1920. Discourses by' I j bruogh 1417 Pine street Key AUTOMOBILE ? CONTEST
t State University formerly treasurer.An . j I on improvementS 1o tha'afit j JThe, population of Fair Isle,
f Florida State College for Women, entertainment committeewas pus' subsequent: th s'.time| af- north 1 of 'Scotland, is less* ''than:I West, recently arrived in Europe: We fill all prescriptions when I SITUATION I
at Tallahassee to reactivate a i appointed with Mrs. William t firmed the eonstantptogressthat : IlOO. Their: chief means. of ,!lively'Tiood '' Tour old car starts giving you:
i local alumnae chapter at Key 1 1i Doughtrv s.; chairman. Mrs. Du-I( has been 'madet. >y',one ot ::'are-. -fishing) ,and sheep'raisin -.I trouble. i '
i ; West was held in the library of i mont Huddleston as so-chair-}I' Florida's institution!*of. -higher,) r Sheep"are raised! by ropes to I;i ii I ALBURY and SON We carry a complete line of ef the import to the voting public of Florida w. I
I the Harris School Friday night I 1 I'man, Miss Gwendolyn James and'learning. The: pnd ;that thes ;;i lie- -island't-singJe-: patch of good 1 Brake Parts.Ignition.Gas Fittings.! are reprinting below an editorial from the Zephrrhate News
I with 23 members in attendance.'I.''I.i I j.''I Mrs. Donna Chapman as co-work- alumnae take In lheitlaianate: 'pasture. oh;a< .. peninsula.. : . NEON SERVICE Spark Pings. Tan Belts. which sets forth clearly and concisely! a situation which otherwise I
Mrs. Ernest Ramsey, in presiding ers. was constanUy'Tnevidence.: ) j J 1 w. Specialise in-AU *
i at the meeting, welcomed :::' Plans were formulated to meet In .attendance' ,* wepj:' :.vV,., J :"!W'*GUEST': :' '6 F, KEt .WEST"jj : j Kinds of Neon Signs pnON Voxt V AT YOUR SERVICE ... "State might Senator be misinterpreted Edwin G:.
. members and stressed the many the second Thursday of each I :Mary B. Trevoi' ,lM3cej-e o; e ,(Sing, dance. Whistl6) I'and Lighting'Stripping 64 o-M: DAY OR NIGHT Fraser of Macclennr is running
: advantages to be gained in an' month at 8 p: m. at the Harris Sawyer cador .Gladys. 'Pinder4 :1-: ; (J.d", )...-.-.'........ . .. >I'll PHONE 1178 Is Stat. Comptroller against Clarence M. Gay incumbent
active F .S. U. Alumnae chap School with the next meeting Marjorie. Roberts.! JosophinoC -ijJ "' .r. 2 _: from Orlando who was appointed by Governor CaMwtU when
ter in this city. I i i: scheduled for May 13th. It was Parks. DoughtryFloringE; Rob h = -r .r4 I J JANE nd SHINE I the Supreme Court held Fraser was ineligible.To .
A history of this University;' said that many naval wives. erts Mickler;.Madddm->e LeonJ ; s' 1502 BERTHA STREET I dear.the record and to show thai Governor CaUwett
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and an announcement of "Alumnae tourists, as well as local girls, Huddleston.; :Male. ,' Haskins: ; "The; 'TheatreGrouUp II = acted only as he could under the Constitution we reprint The
College" to be held at Tallahassee are among the residents of the Edna Roberts: .England Alice; . I_= following statement which is readily understandable aad
Florida on May 14th and city whose names are not available -1 Parks Johnson. .Helen: .Claude. 1,1 , which should,clarify the situation
15th when a new residence hall to_this Alumnae_Chapter. Williams I JennieMacl', : Johnson! I -, . ., '..., I
will be dedicated read
were by - i of the
Miss Trevor. s "A great many honest conscientious Florida voters
Mary .' r
J An election of officers included ; AO a v AR are being allowed to believe that Governor Caldwell and
the Florida
:- s Supreme Court resorted to a legal technicality
! Wary Trevor, president; Wil- .UTStAI' .l. .* *. I FOR in a political scheme: fo rob State Senator Fraser of
: :, hclmina Harvey, vice president; : .' :"! g Presents the office of Comptroller of Florida a year ago.
Josephine James, secretary-pub- ' .
;" : "Senator Fraser has not been robbed of uf tiD9.
; : ." :PALM ISLAND To rob a person of something it is necessary lo take from

I STRAND THEATRE ./I1 Ijj.4. V '6LEAHERf. E him :something to which be has a legal or a moral right.
. Air-Conditioned :; I pTNEt Rt Under the Florida Constitution adopted: in 1H5. State
1 .-- REV.uE KyR. E Senator Fraser (who. incidentally, bad sworn several
RO' A'i OF 1948 ... QVI
I Now Showing . ,. .aJ : times upon being inducted into office that he would .
"DAISY KENYON" .5./t110th!,lrJ it r uphold the provisions of this Constitution) could not by
Joan Crawford-Dana Andrews ......'. II
518870 el h'!, truly rf eterkablell:: OOu' 1 .. ". I any manner of means have had any semblance of a
! Starting Sunday : wait believe itIt's under' : E.Z .' \\f t .. ..., Fcuinrirl; . I'' a claim on the office of Comptroller.
I "I WONDER WHO'S KISSING } .) { :w. "The Constitution
S on* metof r tha> doeV it providesArt. :
( HER NOW : ,.. you,olwoyi! tho pt. :",4 fCcrald: : ,Finder I ; E "( III. Sec.:. 5)): Ho senator or member of the
I June Haver Mark Stevens @ ,toktwq'tegtorfto: 'lti- tie 1 ..... ,- "- \ House of Representatives shall during the time for which
: you over: the water..at"sy..ds'! } r E j he was elected be appointed or elected to any civil of-
!a MONROE THEATRE : thQU le;your bTa4'es ': q Belly; and\ Bob Simpson / i i"t qi t v p'.' ' j (ice under the Constitution of this Stat. that has been

: Now Showing >- and 4 tbrowfe down W,p.ri.s4,' t II jJ. 'i i created or the emoluments thereof shall have been Increased -
JEWELS BRANDENBURG ;i crawling,r'ile-oft.Jileu..fr..+j; Dorcen) Cruz The Meflo-Aires\ 7 I; during :such time'
Richard Travis and :'.-: h'sthetl.wAtAR1P11totoA! .
Micheline Cheirel i .. -Pflood roof.spWtf.t": i That's plain enough .isn't it?
Starting Sunday ? ,. : . .instcftt'WartmffVlt!*;sparId ;: W. C Stallings[ Gail Wallace
00 I Then how can State Senator Fraser
GUADALUPE LA CHINACA' r ing perfonnanee secret Irej In cry anything but alii "I
Marina Tamayo-Vicente Orona : a r.vOlUtiOhelX:hl4r, ;prflKap(r.. -i gator tears when he claims that he. a member ef the 1945 Leg- 1
Spanish Picture : .'.-... inedvoniccUj; ",:"!"roltd! .The Palm Island Chorus I leure which raised: the salary of the comptroller along with 1i
l poppel voAre"!. ,-.Jj 'C1- f TWIN i oth'r state officers. can uphold the constitution and at the same |
: MARTI give"yaw .weJyw TUIfINO I time run for office under conditions specifically prohibited by 1i
\I i thing you would aNd' ., Miss. Beatrice Moreno\ IS FASTER! i the Constitution? j i|

S : pect in en outboarjj-:n'otor'! I'' I "If State Senator Fraser wished to run for office on his 1
(>( II'CLUB Washday Is changed to wash
: plus many htghlr n4poiSoM E own qualifications neither we nor any other citizen can have =
hour this Dexter Twin
NOTICEA. exclusive featurei. TUb-the triumph of washer I any ruarrel with him. S
ROLLINS DRIFTWOOD dependability washes -| "But' he is misleading the people when he claims he was'" 1j
for I I rinses, wrings all at the E j robbed of the office by a legal or any other type of technicality. 5

I 1). Ta)lor i is no OUTBOARD See It fellas, I III the samtime.Dexter Twin See why Tub and washes how | The constitutional prohibition (and we repeat that Slate j|

longer connected with HOARDS h's beauty i .-'J: -F\r.idqy\ ,* April 23 cleaner. quicker, easier.GOMEZ. |i uphold Senator the Fraser Constitution swore several) is plain.times in his political' career to 1i =

inc. at I "Can enforcement of a plainly worded provision of the Hj

I I ant lite only local i iI I i I I II' i Outboard Motors Service Corp. s |':' Aitrtii tioii73c. .PorlYrpii.: ('la\ tm-J j : idcI) :: II : j Constitution of Florida in which the Governor of the State was sj
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