The Key West citizen
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 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 19, 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: UF00048666:00510
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From Key West I DEALT FERRY ,{. f.:.,...1 ,, ; ,1 i Yc Navy Vessels That ;.

I; After Ceremonial I. BY EXAMINE! !RReconuuetids Reach Here SundayA

I To Maritime'

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AT:'\S.\ .MAKIiNAIIOS-: 4. ) ;i Toiifelil In Park Bulletins AM) ESCORTS HACK:
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I I KIJIVAll : t i I her Tae .elated Pee..) i
1 Publir Affairs Committee of
t G O Bat-ham chief examiner
; m..u-- Appntx""" I.IM "'ann
tW ,...!.a.|. i.r f tin- MysticShtim : I' for the U. Marilime Commission -. the Junior Charrber of Commerce a.- and e.lar lMs IBMMs

departed Sunday to &go to I; has recommended to the will hold a politico! rally tonightin BIG THREE MEET Key W" 1WwIsahaarsl. .... "

t their. t liMie, in Wet Pfclm Beach, "lst ,commission: that it"deny.the ap- !' Bayview Park at 8 o'clock. LONDON. The Big Three' dretm rrc tW ,iP."t...
Candidates: for tSe offices ofpovernoe.
Fuel Iviudmlrile. Hollywood und plication t>f the Gulf-Atlantic : superintendent;; : t>f pub- t R r Powers. Britain United States an aircraft carrier aoadt flan _l. a.Ier ..
Mumi. Transportation Company it insure lir instruction. desk of circuit end France will meet tomorrowto tea.ela.
r a first preferred mortgage to court clerk of criminal court, consider consolidation of the airrrafl oadera ..r r Me M\I'-
Three than
t weir nude 1,000 finish the it to ...
ferry proposed operate will be heard French wleisM hose tRte'ago. '
Nol4r.Intr. They rrpnrt having< between lacy West and Ha A largo audience: u exi>rft<:xl -; zone cf occupation' in She d pesd ... ---..,.
f had a.)Nan! tmr" in Key West. vana. j. to be attendance at tonight'tally Germany WIth flirt cf England ouUade ttw ........ fir ... w
Some (4 them went fishing. Sum in : and the United States. Statesmen is net .
deep IMe
A copy of JablwHi's: adverse . enasgls i C'ft..ftnft -
it**? and* Mate that the af>hins WiLt .rt report was received here today r shruqged over fantastic report by to .... h.v.'"

f A motel l ..t 4 "I feel so badly about the ad- are tW 1MB! Nrw. lav USii
t' .U l nlf'ttllJrtMilhl Tcrnplr. at.termed that I hardly know employ. News army in their zones of occupation Rich the U86 Wi Mir t-""
verse (AI Wirf'photo from Paramount ) sit
tilt! thing bimrluet Satur- I Its financial rrs'Hircwill in the West. .
what to say," said Mayor Adams. IfoMer and Mw US 11rs.w. t..
Uy night at the Ctoa Marina 1 come from proceeds" of the him n THE LIFELESS BODY (arrow) of the alleged assassin: of Jorge sorts tare UK .. ,
"Naturally. I am greatly disappointed are CtarrfkaMOiUSS nit
I kte4.AswIMr. 1 The thaj was presented ; and stock issues b"t hoC whichare Eliecer Ga.tan Colombian liberal leader.'is dragged along streeten I TO COST $300 MILLION ,i G.....'....-..... TWy wi m a
314 f them dined at case; '
I I.i OwtrlM IMH 0. Saturday night to the .commission's examiner : herein predicated sought on Hence the insurancei (he routs io the Presidential Palace at Bogota April 9. The t I WASHINGTONAnothu ternpcrary romp Awd by tfcr Tl> ,IJH .1",
T*rr tad frccv were M."Iin was a strong, one." con- shooting of Gaitan touched off the blood uprising which freight rate increa&a cf' oiler and the YTBM. a trot
; trolling question In four per cent is said will cost tM, It te iMiiftM t-aiiiflii .11'
MftKm of the The wrecked: the South American capitaL Washington Thursday pr N
ntwly ofBasbam's
rvrry city concluding paragraphs
I; economic soundness: (including
I Rear Admiral R. H. HiHenklcetter tel:! a special House subcommittee United States consumers S300.I .- re-enter the aartt-aMhniai. mnr
Abu Shone Club of West Palm to the commission
report effect of .
competitive ) proj-
I I Ikstrh pulled away. from La ConHM follow: ''cct. ;I that the assassin; was Jose Sierra and the kiling of Gaitan I 000.000 if allowed to remain for training .pfir.iam Utat Ka b, myi
(AP Ulrrpboto) iI year. The increase goes into under way hrtr far aatm i iHavana's .
HtHH at 3 p. m-. Sunday in "The Gulf-Atlantic\ 'manage- "Gulf-Atlantic admits in the i ws "purely personal reprisal. t effect ,
Ilirrr .buses. whith they had rhir ELPIDIO QUIRINO (abort) ment is inexperienced in ferry application. that with the cXC'Cption -- -- - --- after giving the 'public a
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hire t*> ", them hrrr.AH
, hn succeeded in the presidency operation. IU ability to succeedin of automobile traffic the I
'MutI,",, except IllustriMU such operation would depend I ferry would be highly competitive JOHN L. LEWIS IS Firemen.
P 4entate Harry( C. Ebrichtuf cf the Philippines following the ,
......... left by spctial air. death of President Manual in-large-measureupon- - -- the caliber i 'Cont:sued On Page Eight) I Temperatures West I
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plane at $::30 p. m. yesterday. Visiting Key
d They Included Chief lUbban iii. Roxas. Quirino was rice-president First In FOUND GUILTY OF s I 7:30 AJ<_ ZLS.T. .
; Returns i
tarn C. Ittakely. AksuUnt lUb- and also bad served as Italy Extend Their Slay

ben Ham. Dav**. high Priest and foreign secretary since fh. I : Station-

IVutthrt.tat Guide. llwurll C.IL. Norman)II lluu Ilaldwin titn Howard Ortm-andTieeumier founding of y the republic. I j I Show Non-Communist- Vote ;i CRIMINAL CONTEMPTWill \ ::I illinl9 Atlanta! 41 a9; Fnen(' JttM"*..*. Kiai Joae. *... .Tlmi..... asrti.. T. ..

gal their RirminEham SRRsmark .... .......
wises Over \ I M..e briar. M.
8,000 I :
t lllufttiitHM I lt.tenUte Kbiislit: May 1 Cold: hJt'tHldl; Will 43I van. who ace! the .M...Akiral 'M lh.I
...IM ........ Mie hfincwho Totaling 71 Per Cent no strike had born tailed but I Boston 44) firepleacMl dtpst taaii.a ..,
( want. fHMt..( yevtertlay' The potentate Vole; On May(; 4} i I Scnlenee "Firry labor I that the men walked! out on their Buffalo :57 with Meld -.a ,,. It
Charleston 3r3'Chicago
hill .late .U.t.nicht bound RESULTS: ARE:' LNCUM t own volition (Golckborouc! explained : the IhMd Cy that Ihrv a x
l 1w, "' ...... tn M fwHor rar ; I (Iwailrr Toinornn; Con- that a strike could be! 3I tending their May .... Tn,
. f' A 11 Ili. of IS initMtrtl' John Knulsrid: I diitilor C) rc.-j prevailed during tho elctliorv : 'Corpus Christi 64Deriver .
nn-n was | SITE .SO EAR:: 90',' Continued; On Page Eight) I clay of HM wtcfcThe
;i 1ft..* t.*c SHnnv at a rmnoni.tl. i.Airjlion, said I'xlay .that the r. -; Only in.one commttnisi' s>ct-tioij.- !!itlcriii;; Jail Terns i -.-. -. - --- 35j Havana mew haS. '- ?
Ylry W4 !light uudii 'Iin..ute ,was gunfire reported when i Detroit s i _. , :57Ft ..
> shown fire HChira
bth'jt'l Auntbt-r, eligible to vole rr I.I."O' I.() IN tll, .1..eMled re- ;t c-awaMMHl at
W' ium. J Jrri May 4 primary will ,(''-I t. } arms were attempted lo lie l takeolfr "WASHINGTON, Avr.today 19"'Fl; ,'. :: aM ;,{ rn 'IUr-L i Worth. _.al Na.a4 Air '..!.... v" ...
.11t.. ....o.J. n i"tn1..:. .. recutd'forVhecounty. 5!..>; E'f..JJa'fCTJ N"7 rt it:r 4 (Galveston "l0 ftlaFine IM.wI Air NMNwk
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ft+ l-J> : 9U1 .. &il .
00.' Mali' trilt' cr't'r Stairtaoh'stximu"h
.i" i1i J-od g .imekcswvilie : .
alsd f"r "' s- f ",.t II f fn".3I Premier Aleide: de Gafpcri was .co.lid; ......tt lJ."" . _
elnwm. They were at the << :ae A.. I.tf.4'rr..t confident of victory for his party found John L. Lewis guiltyof ; std ., ; Kansas City 71 local rri.Friday .........
UK end r4 the parade which .; On Saturday H.lfT p!f&oru: had 1 j WASHINGTON!' :' (Christian Democrats) after re criminal contempt, and will KEY WEST 73 they were r ... ..1 1)01".1 .tr..t to UI'.k.ion. -April 13 -- Key West Airport 73
up + II pl>raml .it th" registration office ; ceiving the first early return;. entente the United Mine Workers tilt h sw.. afH 'It..1)
.trrwl IM White atrvet. LlII-n tnItt9 and l had ie i istcre-1', Eii: ;Und | First returns rowing in from 21districts Counting of the ballots was started leader tomorrow. GoldiIxdoush Rrt Los Angeles 32 evening a true jalhi'i nn ,.(
4 llHet ScrWWM. [ "in norm-show the noncomrnunu immediately after votes were v Louisville fiO firemen ove th>m a surtr' ..'
kai'l There will he number of ]
a aid that ovnJeni-e
I They enud wave of incrriIB >t p; rlici: l have gained (' tS tin the smaller distruts w IS Miami 7oMinneapolis the N-. 3 fire atalmn.tvere .
these rrgfelored who have ; j conclusive thai Lrw. had called 51Memhi. ...
strutted alone, .
wie'at they tMe t
SaturW .inaireR
No definite to es
inn"I knowledge "
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71 of thit.t l
died, hut UK- total eligible. to j vote.Thro tnke
a couit .
... 'ontJary pro- 64 .
I .. . as wuni n. with brightly the outcome will b** forth'-f'nunK taken Uwr.. IM tote .I I.IilquenUfft.
tewMM (....... and at tramp. remain well above C.OOO, England -I fir,t results are mom- until tomorrow it way said. nourncmcntc.Goldstxirough. New Orleans fi8 IMW* trim Mien I <
I the saicl.Y elusive and few ; ruled that IXWL' New York 44 ... .
'rudtilrg pall in parade ucrcrf rf'prcst'ntnly a swim at the SOT* |h hi'i >
Fnrsntieia.. West Palm lU-..rh.FiMt th'.tucind of Uri estimated 25 t ltclnentva3, 'rirlicvilous. that Norfolk 52 afterno!
i p MialFil. L-udnd--. llollynid casi -- --- --- Oklahoma City 6'1' i3un<.. the tlcw.ague .m- \ .
million voles in the It Ii
t J .... and Key Wr t Shine Clulw.: ,. MOULDINGSV < <.
1 ---+- i i.t election. Over 90rt of the elTtomtc SERVICE STATION llettr! Hear! Hear! fiB at the Cuban' Club and .h>ti "

I t are aid to have paitiuixited Division at Francis Phone 9134 Roanoke 3ft night at a party in v '. .
- MW IIN STOCK FRANK i San Antonio 6i rrsidence I

BIG RALLY LINK LUMBER YAW, As before the< election, a calm Twin Cylinder 7.9 Horsepower San Francisco 49 Chief Lerny Tame: Ii4 ". '
TELEPHONE 816 CHAMPION i i BENTLEY 1ft Seattle 411 the visitors .bonorarT fuen<< : '
ai'.hc Tallahassee 56 the of Key Went
City ,

TONIGHT - --- low Weekly Summer Rates I (Outboard) Motors\ CLERK Discuss of His the Candidacy CIRCUIT OURT for ; Washington Tampa 4 Rs,

Hayvicw Park l Palace Theater Fine for Now Navy in effect Personnel ,: SI8SU: ) : WKWF Mc GAKIY_ I .........eeeee..eeeeee.e MARALOYMufflers.I

JOAN BENNETT: and Opp. Bus Also in Stock-4.2 h.p. Champion
CENTRAL HOTEL :' 6:15 USED CARS ARE Tad and Exbau Ihps
I MICHAEL REDGRAVE Statian Outboard Motors SI27.CM1 i : fjOtYUt6f for All Can ,

8:00: |I.Jll *>errrl Ilejoml the Door"' 'i'adi, +.,It I..?, \d""r'h''ntf'n' FAST Roy' Key West Auto Part <<
Candidates for News and ShortsHydraulic braid "vUlu.u: Ads' 'n,""' ) 121 Duvet St. PIMM 44SBRADY'

(:iirrnor Siliti.| ur There Should Be ---,--, -_ ':n--'_ ---_ '.- _....- -. -';: : ;1 (.ft: (hi<* /n'hile 1t 'Oll (;antI

I'nlilir lu...trnrli.iUII anal r NO TAXon I WE HAVE . - _....
I3rrk f.f irmil: (:..url Brake ExpertsLou TUNE WKW'F TOMORROW P1( '47 DSoto Club Coup Like New
12:45 Ci.s's'a2 :
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WILL PH HEARD IN Tues. Apra f 0, gt : .... o. :
gaiolin9 for fishing boats t P1'"Tr.1"U': l' r12' e41 t"< ":
Stoiftx m "t l I.y Smith Auto Service I ' Hudson: Con. New Too Paint -

PUBLIC COMMITTEe ArrAiRs Whit. at Fleming Phone No. S and farm equipment, says Hold Your Hats, Motorists: '40 Plymouth. 4-Dr_ An Oppcxite A-l Car CHOICE POULTRY

K.W.Jr. Chamber of Commerce 'Ort > ii. Army BanacksCNIl'fUL1'fIONS i g""" ;I NAVARRO I Inc Bus Station 1214 Whit Street Pike** VW

FULLERWARREN In the 1943 session of th? Leg- 'leeee......ee.eeeeeeeeeee ......_.__.A..a..a
Mature: your farmer: represents:
i I tne introduced and passed House

() ; : t. Bill No. 551. imposing a ROAD Attention, Voters!!
10 11'1J'IITIIlS; I : #:r upon operation using:
<>\ ,I 11I'UItIJ: : KU.JSTKATIOtNaw : \' a the streets cf the City of Key FULLER WARRENCANDIDATE 4

FOLLOW THROUGH with a vote for clean government!! f All Florida's Candidate for Governor f+ West. Yet when our streets are
in the most deplorable conditionin ,
loll for d
"1 than! do ...rytJ llg in my power as Governor to correct our history-in large measure Will in West
I ttu UBJuH 1e",.. TH*(. boat and farm equipment do not use 1 gx r due to the wear and tear of these Speak Key at Bayueu

ALTON DunN GOEHRING I i our highway system for which this tax U intended . our fish F very buses-this sane reprcsen
a Park TOMGIIT 8:00 o'CIm-k"
Lag and farm industries and other non-highway gasoline users tative introduced and passed in 1 at : '
fur IIEUII"' I should be .. .urGg.d by lilting this tax." a the 1947 :Cession of the legislature
f'I'..: II .'ft. ",..... x, House Bill No. 947. REPEALING FREE REFRESHMENTS AFTER RALLY
Fuller Warren means it when road He wants the aged and this yen tax.WHY. >.. .4 1 1 Ji Artv. rl M. i i ts

he says he will advance the infirm to get a real break, : _

interests ol all the people ol through an expanded Health ? ? ? I
..// and Welfare Program providing /
He i U ect
-- earHorace -- Florida opposed to a better old age assistance. e-e

Bryant general to return sales the State tax.to He"pine wants tree nor And you when won't he is have your to Cover"see* ICs Time For ,I!'hange _- _. =, - 17CauilKLKCI EDVIIH' \ H.RSOH t
prosperity" through an effective any one to see"Fuller Warren. ;

reforestation program. H. His door will be open to every .
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONWKWt want better 'fara-lo-market citizen of Florida! STATE TREASURER
I (PeUbcol A4 Prod Cot 1I r"u1. u La.jsts .

: "s Your STATE REI'REbEM \Tn E II

. 6:20 TONIGHT I WIN WITH\ WARREN 1J'ah. ittmnal Ax', n ... ..nd' .PT.n. VI ", I __ .Hfrlii/.ivt YfIWell/

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ii .A Man With the Intere of Monroe Heart
FOR SHERIFF for JOHN, M. SPOTTSWOOD -- Young County. at

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I .... AOTI"". 0--- wd ............ the surface it appears that all yA1y'I b4EATfI'' r fir +
11ORK., IX AHT A*. ....- Maaau.r 1 4%
rr- ,... Clt... 8111141. adults, at least all men are interest6d'in
; v tt.ra.r 0..... aad Ana atre.t..
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,i.. 0.lyV tlsal If.N Cuvtr Monroe county's political contests, but 1 ( ray I

i r .. -H-.r. .. Key W>.'. n.rwa. u -.4 el&ae .tter such i i- not the case. I will ECONOMICS.maybe say, well Some, wnat of:: does you C h I .

\ slrtLaa or THIS ASSOCIATED rasa The Citizen knows of a good many Uncle Josephus know about econ Ihx

(, "..".,.,.a._......etW rre.f del' I.wslat.pai. ba tltl erwtltvd 4 to residents most of them women who omics-where is that euy goingto I Wu -
M N .I ... Nl.rrlr..r.dlt.d. a. lab. p.p r. a.dDIM I ,
get the big words that with IktL
... Her.. go
lb..al r.bil.h.d though they are registered, are uncon- j
that subject. Well, sisters and : ,J .
.,.....m._._ IIATra cerned in the races, or any one of them. brothers, with a dictionary it is i I
Ml $tear.. ..-:::...=_:-. -=-.-. on 111:: easy to scare up some 6-syllable r1I I Ic
1k... M..tbe -..-. --.- _. . --. .- 2.TS Some have said they may or may not words that don't mean too much, :,
.. . M..tb ___ 1MAMtKHTMIXO .
t ..k 5y :..:.:: ':.' --- .21. vote. One asked why should he take partin but sound scholarly. A dictionary --- : - .

.: and some gall-and you are man and Mrs. .Town-woman Sao ...... i
M... K..ws M .A KATES p&k'aUoa a local contest when the only thing he all set. Well then says Henry, I would have their'bacon a-la-egg.- called the Lllia- !I

-. .renAL.mc would possibly get out of it would be hat- reckon you qualify. Thank you less.And CIVIL RIGHTSI I Arnerisa. !

An ,...... ......... ...r.s. .f tbaakL reeolattonaf red I says.The the,farmer's wife' profit,
...}.r1. "Mlaarr MIM-... psom.. .te. will toe or resentment of the opposing candi- lesson today is on "prof- or a steelmaker's profit, or
l ...,..4 f-r M !.. nl. .< It _U a lt.s! date and some of supporters. He added its.." And to begin the lecture, : .. storrkeepfr's .a t I Herbert H. Leh:.. an LEG.t :
*Mlr.. (_ ..rtatea kjr c .rck*. from whichr clothing ; profit-
.. .. ... ft at. !!... take the farmer's wife who sells Former Governor of Nc York 1 1oai'N
r **** N .Fl. are m that probably he would +vote but had not without would all i I
dl.rs. .. 2 dozen for dollar. If' same we go ....-
Tfc "lea to as > f.r.w Mid I..It.a eggs one
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State and Former Director General .
.., .. ....... ..._ aad ...,.... .f local or decided whom will TM. ... J
for cast his ballot. there for the far- egg-le5s, also naked. That's pret-
I .._... ..,...... M' It wit ... pbla.b ._.,,_.. was no profit of the United Nations Relief \ttTll'R I. "',,
-......_. lie explained that he knew practically all mer's wife and it cost her 1.10 ty good, says Henry-didn't think and Rehabilitation Administration. .a. f .. 1...
A for feed and chicken house re- '' i( ., -...... ......r I
the loyal candidates and that he will let pairs, space used medicine for you had it in you. Thanks again | Today there is a new stirring in :'i::: .,IM.drr.IMvMr.'. ; I I

.: IHPnOVCMZKTS FOR KEY WEST his conscience do the deciding in choosing I the little chickens and little I says. I the land. Spurred by the recent .,r..t. R.y I Ih
: Yours with the low down I findings of President Truman's : .... :::. ; : I
chicken casualties then she :
among them. I r'lsft wi .... .
Committee mil
would quit eggs-and Mr. Town- i' JO SERnA..yy. on Civil Rights, ."..... ..-.... ...... {!'
That is the right way in which every- lions of Americans are newly resolved I ...w A!+.., It. ...
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1. Uor, Hotels and Apartments. body should but .. to strengthen our heritageof .. I Itr"
vote everybody should 7 rlw .r rw..r.wwwr w ..rte vwtt.rww.rw freedom. L'"
.. 1. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. I5.al.M/3: -...It.
evince some interest in a campaign. It is The Committee's scrutiny of __ \ I
.. X AiI'JlOlLan4 and Be*. Political AnnouncementsDEMOCRATIC i civil rights comes at a time when -
because hundreds of registered voters 1, TIIK .... .t' .'. '
4. Consolidation of County and ; defect of democracy is :mag- I
i every t...." Kse1 Ja! ....
City Governments unconcerned in the outcome of the cam nified by those seeking to discredit t.V 'U' ee7egl
PRDIARY, MAY 4, 19,13 : our of life. An urge n b\.t O'sN. j!
Auditorium. paign that will "' way I
t Community result in the number of : l\ t H \. WU.i .
.......--............................ !' for self-examination coupled with ""'.- ,- ,
votes cast falling far below the registration. - I a desire to right existing wrongs, NI.a O/M
For Governor I I For County Commissioner !I is felt throughout the nation. The i i '!I..of"" rt.a.l. {

Report of the President's Committee ... I
MONOGRAPH That condition, however is not as pro- I ; on Civil Rights reveals Herbert IL Lehman \. ...ui.snmJ.'. .
nounced in this campaign as it has.been in I EDNEY PARKER t abuses that still occur, many I' P.
: Governor other lands, suffers too. The Presl- wNb.411 01' r.
I> Folks: hitherto unknown to complacent ,
foar many others in Key West and elsewhere in DAN MCCARTYFor For County Commissioner citizens. For example: dent's Committee emphasizes that TV, ...... ..,....

I Thfff U. a distinct law agaIn Bin- Monroe county. The Citizen recalls one 'I Fifth DistrictW. :, In the field of employment our form of government more- ..aaa............,......

ro hut it i fo not enforced, at least not in instance where only 51 precent of the voters GovernorW. A. PARRISH : prejudice against persons of certain than any other yet devised by ,._rr..- "........ .-... .
bars man, is geared to individual free- . .
races and religions often i. the atm r ***&*
Kry\ 1S'eu. bothered to go to the polls.:;; There A.: SHANDSBILL them from better paying positions dom-but the Report also points in.,.ta..,. afcwvr .l>W>tf
For Superintendent l. th. 1Mb 41
THE ORACLE. 1 have been which they are qualified to filL out that we man be free from ,
many cases; where the average ( ) 1 !1'0' wlfcrrwi
Public Instruction The r sult: millions of families bigotry to reach our goals. ,.......... mitt h..t. i iK.
ranged between GO and 70 percent. doomed to The remedies which the Presi.dent's TIN. .w..e ... I..
( WILLARD ALBURYI are poverty.
I M. .
For State Comptroller ..... a r..h raw .
Interest"' is sufficient now for the to- In housing some property deeds Committee proposes are ....... i. .... a.,
BABIES EDWIN G. FRASER | have clauses the renting that we outlaw practices stem- .
TO NUMBER I forbidding a.' .e
tal to go to 80 percent provided the For Superintendent .
up from Wit.IttXK MY.
i or selling to persons of certain ming bigotry. Among vitally
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machines are able to take care of everybody For State Comptroller i Public Instruction : races and religions. Result: millions needed measures, the Committee .tat .., A...5.i."-.. A..l>.. : t
)11folnninR next January, every babyhl.rn who goes to the polls. (Incumbent) I j HORACE O'BRYANT of families are obliged to urges a federal anti-lynch law. .>.:.\I. t
live in where fair employment practices acts N.a..r, ;
in the State of Montana will be as- C. M. GAY | "-|.rUrf IM-
For Superintendent disease and delinquency flourish similar to e one existing in New I I.. ....:..:
*ijrne l a aerial number! which, it.'it expected Right will triumph over might when i j In education many colleges and York State a federal law ensur- ;: :
Instruction .
For Circuit Court Judge j of Public professional schools refuse to accept ing equal access to health services \. lIa. It 0'l. rJr
1 will be the person's number for those who believe in right are willing to (Group One) I MELVIN E. RUSSELLI i qualified students because of and all other public facilities. ,...IN" >r I'-r"I'I :.s.uNl 1" : I

noclal security military registration, police give it the same service that might receives WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN I : their creed or color. Result: millions Discrimination in education and
of Ameri1 housing must also be banned by
from its adherents. I For .Member School Board !: qualified young
/t'' identification and all other identification For Circuit Court Judge. i Second District 1 cans are denied the chance to fcw.
-- develop their native talents. Aware that government action Roberts
purMke4| for life. FOR THE CHILDREN OF EUROPE Group 7 (Monroe County) |j GERALD H. ADAMS i, Such abuses, are costly. When must wait upon public opinion

The plan U to be put into effect with Incumbent ? I| -- Americans cannot get good work the President's Committee calls fora 126 Duv I Street
AQUILINO LOPEZ, JR. j' For Member School Board opportunities good schooling or long-range program of public
the cooperation of the U. S. Public Health What is described as the greatestmass Second District good homes the results hurt the education concerning "the civil We Are AccptHM
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entire nation. It is estimated for rights we are entitled to and .
Service and its proponents suggest that ; innoculation on record will be carriedout For State Attorney j j I ALLAN L. HAMPTON instance that discrimination which we owe to one another." I GRADUATION

eventually it will be in operation in every in Europe this year when some 60,000- GLENN C. MINCER i> against Negroes in employmenti I To secure these rights, action is ROYAL I' mtomi:1'

American State. Already it Ls workingin 000 children in eleven European countrieswill Re-election j.+ For .Member. School 1 Board, j costs the round sum of $4.000.qyqoo ,- needed now. The American people
_-., I/ r ' :'l'oUnh'itd; > f: ':-,:.' : annually in lost services must-through the ballot-box
Canada. be tested for tuberculosis, with medi- ' CWtamled production and shrunken the town meeting the churches,
For State , : 'i/ ( ) When Orders
1.. I. Benete. Montana Registrar of cal experts predicting that only fifteen million Attorney : : ;, !/ 'I':rgakets. ..' schools and clubs of the commu u. pl
WEBSTER WAtI2ACE, .,'...,, I CAoardFourth. !lt:, :The prestige of the United States nity-join in upholding their guarantee
Statistic numbers will be
Vital) says that will be found free of infection and thus I | ;I I I "T I -| t .I I tlsithe; champion \Jtreedom in Constitutional rights i ir i f Graduation

aligned as follows: All U. S. citizens ready for innoculation with Baccillus For State Repre nIatiyeY<< r District ttIISAr :I i- .
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.. serial numbers will with Montana FRtaottttnaticsi. V tT tA Ui3+e- -
start one. Calmette Guerin, a vaccine which will immunize \ ;; cw : { +* I ._ .4 _ . .
n _
Bi+RNle"P> ; : f\i " :' -->' '<' '... ; ..""....: -- .'" r -
1 has been assigned No. 25. Thus a baby them from the disease. 1 {fFor. Clerk;of. Criminal Court:I" 77; ::::. v. <."' : -rr::.
i born in the State will have for number
t a Nobody knows, what will happen to :
For State Represeitallvel t C. SAM> B.. CURRY
f .... at start 125, followed by a dash with the 35,000,000 infected children because no :V : LET'S
next two numbers indicating the year of provisions can be made for curative work.In !(Mickey) .. ..: {1 For Clerk of Criminal i Court: t

j birth, another dash and two numbers will addition, an estimated 180,000,000 hungry ; : 1" HARRY.DONGO 1 1t [ 1 i

I .-. give the county of birth, followed by the children will not be reached by the For State Representative S. ( 'f i For Supervisor of .I iI

1'1' numerical order in which the baby happensto undertaking. TOM O. WATKINS j Registration Iti I TRAINED

be born in the county. Sometime ago, Dr. Johannes Holm ; JOHN ENGLAND

While the number idea will strike conducted a test of 6,000,000 Hungarian For Sheriff i r '
FRED O. EBERHARDT : For Judge Juvenile Court : For the Job of
some people being it ;
as unnecessary, seems children, under 18 years of age, and discovered i
E. i ii
to be rather practical in this day of numerous that two-thirds either once had or !; _

registrations. Generally it will be now have the disease and cannot be saved RAFAEL For Sheriff H. FERRER I i i j For Judge Juvenile Court I I
much simpler for the individuals involved Ii FRANK O. ROBERTS :
by a vaccine. The others about 2,000,000 (Known as Mr. Grass and Chicho) j 1
when they can use one number for a variety in number received B. C. G. ___
For Justice of Peace ?
of purposes and a number which will In connection with the campaign For Sheriff I
First District
laot them for )life.DEATH. ALTON GOEHRING I .. -- '--. ..-:"- -
which is being carried on through the cooperation IRA F. ALBURY
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("Dutch") 1.
of several agencies interested in For ReelectionFor 1

FOR CRIMES international health, otficials stressed the For Sheriff :i i iI Few men have ever brought to the officeof

importance of proper food and clothingfor EVERETT R. RIVAS I Justice of Peace Governor of our state, the experience..and first-hand

When Nazi Germany was on the rampage children. If these can be provided, I First District knowledge of our state government that Colin English will

there were reports that hundreds of many children will be spared the ravagesof : For Sheriff PAUL BOYSEN bring to the state capitol when he is elected Florida's.next

thousands of men, women and childrenwere disease. BERLIN. A. SAWYER I. Governor! He has. proved his ability as a leader. a
.' For Justice of Peace '
being' callously for? : Re-ejection f: statesman and an executive. He is the one candidate who,
} executed but despitethe The money it i is: hoped, will be raised .. Second DistrictMYRTLAND 10 ct ;'.
indications of truth the crime alleged I for the pas, eleven..y.0rs, has been trained for the "job"
largely by voluntary contributions as the For Sheriff "
against the Nazis I of Govenor.-'He u the one man who can take over the
was so horrible that men JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD
result of addressed to
an appeal forty-five i
hesitated believe For Justice of Peace reins of Chief Executive of the State of Florida without any
to it of other human I
countries the Crusade for Children of
by loss of valuable time! *
being. For Clerk of Circuit Court 1 Second District * * *
the American Overseas;; : Aid and the United EARL R. ADAMS
The trial
recent of a number of German Uations Appeal for Children. The United t His experience and knowledge of state

.. officers, by the U. S. Military Tribunal States is asked to contribute $60,000,000, For Clerk of Circuit Court.i For Justice of Peace governmental affairs have been gained through his eleven COLIN

has resulted in the conviction of twen- most of it to be used for clothing and food, FRANK BENTLEY j, Second District continuous years of successful service as a member of the

-: ty-one of the twenty-two defendants.: in an effort tot save the children of Europe For County Tax Assessor,:!: SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN Governor's Cabinet, and other important state boards and Has A Plan r

Fourteen SS; officers were sentenced to from malnutrition and tuberculousis.It CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO1'I (SAM) commissions, during the administrations of three governors.

death. for their part in mass executions For Constable Assure our ccntumta .M
throughout the Soviet Union. is For County Commissioner |: First District We Floridians, who are paying for this educate
not to comprehend the Americanism
Competent observers easy First District 'I RAUL A. CARBONELL advertisement, ore privileged to express the strong a W0t4I.'Af.ra.. "'
; estimate that the : of those who find no fault with -- to a EmeiaI l sites ....
conviction of the thousands of
brutal Nazi JOE ALLEN ConstbJe- other men and women of
system took the lives of i For
approximately Russia and little to commend in the a
courseof 1; First District our state who believe that the best interests of AIL: Florida, MSee
2.000,000 men, women and medical. MUM** l
children. The testimony against the accused the United States. For County District CommissionerFirst i I CARL J. INGRAHAMFor I will be served by voting for and electing .. nterlUfJSdMIeII.....
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dealt with the death by thousands ADD TO NATURE'S BEAUTYThe J. OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor Constable :.I C Aid farmers.elites. h..et*
and tens of thousands. One reads of pools County CommissionerFirst i HARRY First H.District JOHNSON r!! e Expand ovr f..m.te....
\ + f .
dedicated to the .
extermination of those people of Key West are especially District I : : C di super fee***; read H*

the Nazi deemed inferiors and of one cola appreciative of the beauties of natureas W. C.SUGAR) SWEETINGFor : For First Constable DistrictC. I : eCam benefits.for tefefao ,
nel who
attempted to reduce the number of it unfolds its loveliness to the delightedeyes i FLONEY PELLICIER : :

murders ascribed<<1 to him from 60,000 to of human beings.E'erybody County CommissionerThird j C ate Pay assistance.Provide tt* iMiMwm. alN &

15,000. District ;. For Constable I
enjoys the breathtakingmarvel CLARENCE HIGGS i!' First DistrictBENJAMIN I GOVERNOR e adequate ater
of plant life but many of us over 1 J. PIERCE I .:. and to censervc aatwal /
Education is one of the commodities look For County CommissionerFifth Bennie .
the fact that everyone can do some ( ) e Appoint and ewpl0y {
of civilization that costs money but the thing to improve the beauty of Key West District At The May 4th Democratic Primaries _on>eii M pdt, all...*.

chances are that it pays back a substantial by the time next year arrives.It WILLIAM G. CURRY :.I For First Constable District I \isten to e Coordinate private and |
profit. 11\9\b" facilities to attract and .
might be a good idea for all readers j BERNARD H. WAITE Cairn business and .mOntry. M ,
For County Commissioner KgM; Wr?> CoC English" H.9 I of this article to make it their first busi- Fifth District For Constable rn--G'/ ._. ..\-, rolnlos.u.lor( a copy ./ ... 33 [.COUII' tit*.AIe"
The conflicting stories that 4t8: 4 a greater Hondo. comroeFce de.e*.. .
we read I ness to make at least one addition to the HARRY L. HARRIS !I Second District Stote ports Of entry.e nn

about China reminds us of the conflicting I plant life of the area. If this is done fora JOSE ESPINOSA ..kA&C .
stories For N.t-NO. PM for Protect and e<.*.4 our .
we read during political County Commissioner : --- bp t5.frietlcfs.f; Coils fneli'"
a campaign : few years, it will add immensely to the For Constable kadersavp m I.......
j enjoyment of all of us. Fifth District J I' Second District t


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Red Cross Throw 'f I '- TODAV S.: BIRTHDAYS -

Going : Chemical '- -'- -,.. .' "9'
V k . LOUISA'SLETTERLouisa (Kaow Americit T* 0
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Te Help Bogota Through Window I 'Prof. Glenn T. Seaborg of the _

., University :of California fsmeJ

RC Here AdvisedAt Someone 'threw a* bottle con- Dear- : chemist co-discoverer -\A "plutonium -
taining a rank-smelling chemical : born at Isljpemuig Midi,
through the window of the National I'm a y&ry unhappy girl of ,nearly fifteen years of-a3e.' I! 36 years ago. .
the cabled request of See- bars bees goinq with a boy here in the is
Airlines at Meacham Field some communitywho | Windsor P, Boot .. .w.a..hi ton,
htary. Ih of State George C. Marlhall. Saturday night' Chief Deputy twenty-thre: He has'been verY' nics to me Lit I just can't like .D. C. Times Magazine journalist,

.*ni out* American Red Criss Sheriff Moreno Wallace reported him well enough to quit ell the rest of my friends. Do you thin I[ born in- Little Rock. Ark.. 2U
k" by plane relief rpecial- today.Employees. i I should? He rays he loves me very much and asks me t : years ago. .

gota ... ascertain to devasted wet Bo= of the airlines were'. marry him in May. 1 am only a freshmen in high school one Augustus E. Giegengack. E..*-

ter* and medical emergency need of the unable to get the odor of the besides; I am entirely too young My parent won't cc? mud I mer-PuHic Printer ef the UivtelStates

"vtbxation population there. chemical out from the waitingroom against me going with him bet I know they had rcthsr I voulcI born in New York City .. ..

Due to arrive of the company. go with someone nearer oWn' He asks not t r 153 years ago.Norman .
in Bogota are my age. me ? g: .
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}Maurice Wallace is sending the bottle' -.L Y .t-L W. Baxter, assistant t>-
R. but
Reddy American Red : WILLS uuyuue ease i uiuiic .i
CroM assistant to the FBI in Miami for an an-. : the Secretary of Commerce born
be foolish of
disaster relief administrator me
-' quitting ,
alysis. ;[ WILL YOV SUItE? in Knoxville, Tenn.. 57 years.ago:
flying from Washing- }all of my other friends for him. j i John T. Arms of, FairfWkLConn. .1. '
I'm. and II. Edward Russell, director He has been .hi the ,

I 3 Heard ., famed etcher;. born in .. H
of American Red Cropsoperations Your Horoscope., years and just got, back las!: in the Store Washington D. C. 61 year 'a?o
In the Carribbean' ,
; Sprng. 'He hasn't been so nit-a_ j -
area. who left early today from. SATURDAY APRIL 17* 1W8 to some girl I know but m-ev: ., Small Boy-I want a broom WilliaM Cities Service Alton Jones Company presidentof New : .. .

Puerto Rico They will consult Today bestows a commanding be the girls were ai urach to Dra g-. -What kind of e
a York born in Webb City Mo. .
with. American embassy official nature and the nature wilt pro- blame as he wa=. but I'd rather.play 57 '
brocm years ago.SATURDAY.
Dofoia. with representatives bably attain to some dignity and.. cafe. What do you think I : "
of the Columbian Red Croc-j ?od influence. If this can be attainedby t should do-ksep in going with Small Boy Thi kind daddysweeps APRIL 17. IK*
Columbian government authoii- the individual force of char. Urn or. not? his heir with. j
ties on measure* to help alleviate actor, it will be more last in! thin | UNHAPPY A. (Know America)

the ulfeting which has resulted if aided by circumstances of Prof. Robert M. Maclver noted
froM the : cause she herself had an unmarrisge. ha.,
recent disturbance. I birth or the influence of others. I think this boy u entirely too Columbia University suciolg't.born ,

.t According Red Cn. tu headquarter report received I I 9* there is an element' that old for yau. If he were :33 andyou Of course iX that is the ony in Scotland. 66 years ago.
here threatens loss
of reputation Dr.
or were 21 the difference in reason for refusing her ror.cnt.the Claudius T. Murctiison. president -
If-lcota hopiuU are crowded I reversal of. fortune that sometimes of the Cotton Textile Institute -
Kith ; your ages would not meatier be- mother is acting veryfoolish'
wounded and injured the :
overwhelms. Washington born at Hickory
city Is short of iI icaixe' : you would be a grown }. Because one. man wasa -
!... problems transporta- I -- t i young woman who, was mature bud husband dot--n't mean that N. C.. 53 years agoi

"m Ilrct.tl rubuUand are ariJng from SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 194CToday --! enough to know what she wanted all men will be the same. Perhaps Thornton N. Wilder noieil

---- garbage.Mrs. bring. A rich and... benefaeacw I arid' able to; face the respuasibjlitire the mother sees trrits in this boy novelist, born in Madi:;ot. WLs., 51
nature,. which will attractmany (I of a if? add mother. Bat she found out too late ia her hus years ago.
J. II. Wliiclclen friends. There may be 3 I I I you are so young and you should band. It may 'be that he is lazy ;seta;. Gen. George$f. Parker,
little too much. love of- luxury, '' finish your education before you and she is. afraid that tier dugii'te Jr.. 'taken prisoner by the Japs

a little too much desire for'appro-1'I think of marrying. Even if, you !" will have a hard life supportins at Bataan. born in Sac' City. Iowa,

Resigns City Post piialktn; but liters i.t certain I never have to earn a living foryourselfand him. 58 years ago. .
tenacity of purpose that who kno' s' what Talk to your mother and find Gov. Mon C. WaHgnrt Lit Wx; -

Mn. Jane Ituukins Whidden. overcomes difficulties. If geneTl1b'J I the years rriay bl" ng->-ycu needan out what her objection! to this ington born in tics Mojnv'5. Iowa
w...& tft' in the Cft"'. Rerreationtef bition art disappointed education to make a good law boyare.. If she: has none 'but is 57'year ago x 1 L

>aitmmt will rasa'o tffertive time breeds a recluse.- . ther of your.family. ju'3t. afraid of marriage with any Rear Admiral x Joseph 1*. Redman -

May 1%. Cur MaiMMK-r Ralph specially ar disgruntled one' j I A girl of fifteen is not ready to.I man, you will just have t? decide retired chief of'naval toaimunkraiicns. '
I). HpaUlin announced l LIra WhkkSrn leaves May 13lur MONDAY APRIL 1'1 attracts her now may huld no attraction Eveiyoue should marry the per- born in Grass Valley,' C d.

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with her hwban.L u nwwU-r of who finds pleasure in persistent ;j: why it is so much.bettefor. he? older people can see disadvantages -
the new of t:w USS Cothiiui. a effort. Afire ivc, sometime -destructive T! to go with boys of her own aje. that a person who i; Alaska one of the.last r iwVLirs -
ftuinutinr that it leicuUily w meelinj many obstacle 1) LOUISAOne very much in love fails to dir of wild fur bearing :i.nirruJ,

*|*IWH| U the Key Weal area.Tlt in life yvu delight So climbj j of my 4 3ders from T>n- covn until too late.LOUISA. fur farming: is bettrtnJug increasnuirc -

Cta....... $ot.* t.t New bun- over them holding lofty' ideals j nc-'jee asked that I not publ-ah irgly. unportiJit. .,' : -
' alert l. an extuive ovtrhaul.SI : in view and constantly working 1!I her fetter.but she M very worried _:.
expects to be in New Lon- toward them.. You are very likely j t. because her mother will nut Xet Address Your Letters to: Recent discoveries *' HrJicaia

d4.i MI or eight lnUI.t" to bring up children that wiU 1 i htrt 'uiiirrittL' She seems tathink "\.OUISA". P. O. BOX 532. theie are three noi-ar. ..n-iagihMic '
I that bet mother refuses be. Orangjburg. S. C. pales instead of uitc. '
attain to a grea: r .
your wn. .Uf'C..Sb.l"1 '.. '. \
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TheVcathcr .

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HIUWMST .\\Nn'ERS\nU:." 'c..i. .

(Knaw'America) ,
KrV; | an4 Viril 'ty: l>..irtlj .
(k...Jy tad warmer. The wind 1721-Ruer Sherman firr.lConnecticut l
wil W t talesman who Fiehn ''
Carob tu lrung M>uthea '- - \
fly t4<0 ". tonight witl TucMtay.llurkla life t>* a cobbler signer of the i ; ... ; '. ,
Declaration of Independence rind
: IxvUrieU showers j ,
...... .....'1.....' roui today, .MhfUai a framerof the Conf-litu'ion ))O-n 2 I 'i1l '
t tartly cloudy through in Newton, Miss.: Died' July 23, ,;
1783. .
1veM .> Khiwly rKUNS '..anpu l- "
1804-James* L'!ffeL Spring
I..ta.haa.I. field. Ohio Iron founder inventor : ", :
Gulf: Fresh nuiU .t toLriwiR -
>ea :J ..
of the Uoutle turbine water I
W .vilrt .re..r'l5 .;... "III t\. ':
{ v.
Va. Died June 18CC. -
........., U.nrsht and Tuesday. 11. A.-.c ....... i41.e.i.c." .
1.1' ti..udy 1230-Augustus D. Juillard. a.-b..- ... .... a.-...
weather. New York textile merchant and HHe. -: -.. ....... j
J. k..w lib .UUlh tlul its banker, creator of the music (s.i .. ..... .... ..- dw.4 { ,
Stn>4w: Siiull craft warnings di*- foundation of the name born in \ !
|4a,ed until ..tleu..by Fresh Canton Ohio. Died April 23, < > "

he is uikf.lsly .tun& twttheaitrat 1919. . rr ,

/ MintU tutUy. U-cunung trash 1&C4-May P.t bon fam&dAmerican = :

... MMUrral norOusut to rest actress, born in Australia. .
.>...i.M.. 4 muderkte easterlyTuosJay Died Ovt. 20. 1>>42.16C8 .

c..r..bl. cluu.ti- --Paul P. Harris Chicago (

...... aa.l scattered twlhcrwifte...".. .outr lawyer, founder of Kottry International HaW errs OVEN C:00IaNG: i1

pet..... -..&.. partly born in iiacinu, Wis. IIe4 W:......e- ..... y... e.suec ...- .
......,. lhfea.+&h Tuesday. Died Jan. :21, 19 7. -... "-... ...... a iY t..._ s
187 -Mill"r J. Hufgiro. famed ......, -ill s......rw...
..... _. .
Report New York Ytnktvi basebull manager i Eaii.a :at r
f /
both in Cincinnati. Died
Key West fla. April 19 143OUenratlon > 9 Iv
Sept. 23. 1929.SATURDAY. I
( taken at City Office. .
130 A...... CST> I
APRIL 17, IMS | It
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Ili4ht yesterday 82 know Am iic ) I II. Id.
I".t last night M 1741-Samuel Chase. Maryland
Meek iS signer of the Declaration of Independence .

14.......1 i8 I. Justice cf the U. S. NEw uerras aaoiu o '- .w .

I Supreme Court burn in Somer- t.-sd 5.... o.t ...... HishI
hodait.tIo. set County, Md. Died June 19. _......--.Ned_..c... _
Total Ut H ours .44 ins. I 1211. ..--........,-a.-w. .
TwUl the munth C.71 ins.KKCeM I 1806-William G. Simms ..-.........
thai mouth i-W ins. ,
famed Southern novelist and man
T....' tlu yrar 91 ins. I born in Charleston,
of letters YOU
Excess this year ..2) ins.fteiMle. Is. C. Died there June 11. 1870. GREATEST FOR IN ALL THESE WAYS

H..w1t7 1837-John Pierpoat Morgan, ;5!
.I |1M 11.1X. ,II banker, organizer of big business, -
74' < i patron of the art., born in Hartford A visil lo our appliance il.* >arlmciif will con

senses.. Conn. Died March 31, 1913. > vincei u thai here i" the greatest range value
lt. Uvtll I M A.M. I I
a < 1842-Charles H. Parkhurst iAsu
,u I.. In*.--I0ir' mb !I of all-the 19-18 3lagie Chef. Just look at it*'
I New York's militant Presbyterian Hew; ..... Ia.. ...
Taa..trw.. Almanac clergyman of his day born in .....- -...: -, --- Itat'klin beauty, al its 18 cooking feature, and
Sso ise 1:01 a.m. Framington Mass. Died Sept. 3, ---............... "' finally at ils rea onal le low price. You'll
*:32 ...._....... d,4- say,
Swivel P m. 1933. "
)$......... 4:10 p.m. IMS (100 years ago) Louis C. ---.j .a tlioiisantN of ullierx are say tug, ""\\ a IICHgie

u.......t 4:11 a.m. Elson Boston newspaper music Ia Chef for my kitchen this ('a..."

critic nationally-known lecturer Cut eggplant in 'z-inoh
TIDES famed New England Conservatory -, 't slices. Parboil.
In the
See I
Taaiarte-w of Music teacher of hU day, ;" t TODAY meantime. shape seasoned -

(Naval Base) born in Boston. Died Feb. 14 > : chopped beef into pat-

.IM.... SUndard Time) 1920. lics. Place patties and
Ufk t>w 1852 AdrianPop") Anson.I eggplant slices on rack.
144 .. 1:20 . famed Chicago first baseman tirapvD "'NSYRucTIOH: with but-
a m Brush
a eggplant
captain and manager born atMarehalltown tW, + ... .1.......- .ss
l.4 p ... 1:21 pm.AODITIONAl7TiDC Iowa. Died April I ..... ..-.- -- .... INML 0. ter. Broil 10 minutes.
...... .. II ., r' Turn and brush eggplant
DATA 14. 1922. w......a lot .. sguin with butter. Place .
itef.nw .a Station: Key West 4S\ mushrooms with butter
,... .f H.l.bt of LATE BULLETINSContinued in each cap on rack and
.ts1i.Tie. .'*t.. water ( From Page One) = vt9 halves of peaches with .
Interstate Corn a
Un-day none*
1w.Y la..b + butter in centers. Sprinkle -
t0atc g9Q oo
11ie.dse41t 10m 0.* ft *n.rc. Commission official will e vegetables with salt
sheaths ruU whether this temporary tN I : .
NHMIW Key 4 ml ptpper. SprinkleKM
lnciast and others recently
/rosy .tad) 42h ZOm >caches with brown su-
granted win k* permanent KOHOMY fOR you
tiara ChwaCaMe Broil 10 minute
(Sanely fbbtl-M140m .i not. t.... QeIII... is n ..... .4AI gar. control or flame
i ......... ..., ta. ......s Set heat
Channel GIVES NOTICEWASHINGTON.Grant a.I_......M..... ..w.... at highest position.
c..mth md 4Shtm +1.4 f tI y-...........Ie 1,45. S minutes. Broil 15-
R ynU -
eaetN0Tt 20 minutes.
3 *. c U*+d. today told Coagi -

(I-)atmus sign: Correctionsla .u UM be will not allow him-
tw subtracted f Mil to M drafted H long as Jim

Correction tot Cr.w- rulM persist ia the ArmrR .
ff)-Pliutitn: KEY
be added. .r old* showed sands testifying WEST GAS CO.

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(.)-......... ] the card would shortly ba dis- 419 FLEMING STREET PHONE 61
UL-rftt. | ula.Ud throughout the nation.

Th* Alaska a*..*. weighing I I U. S. farmers now own over I''

wore than MM pound. is the two million trucks twiceus I :|C W Mf M 1 OOK OM' i (J"f4"4M" 'OH A ir @TMIk aANfi,r iii

4t.Zes1 set ....,. many as they owned in 1HO.


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Chapter 3 | Vince said, '"You know sir. you' most Invisible moustache. He was I TYI"S .swat.'snw.MKrt"....r..1. .,\ Will.... 4"
Dukane.large a thtawill heed
HEN VInce Bonnay turned to addressed me. as 'Sherlock' in yourlitter. followed by Irving Advertisements aa4r CH..... at .wswM -,- ha.. IlIplr
who looked iaserted e
\V bronzed man be .......N
.i4 I.assa.s .
face a thin middle-aged man around for Julia and roared. 1 the rate .f Scertloo. a .M'1I...f fer pt;..... ...... t.ea
Mannley's pale eyes darted over bat the ........ eharse .
in bathing trunks he almost "Where's my princess ehf Vince ;lees Stir. T. ia.wr .
him almost with annoyance. Ali the first IS words *r .Nis.w.i.ttiThe ;
I ,
: laughed at himself. Why had he yes Bon ay. so I did. but'rm notsure. took a- liking to him at once but acknowledge rate f W Marht.e. tr_ to4r .e bar a h.a Ak".". -.r.... f
morethan cYrse .. .
could mrnhaaw i
he .
before .
:. had that premonition of danger? .you can ,"do anything about the introduction a th.rd first 1.wards tAll lie. : ti

: It had never betrayed him before .that- now..ltHisW queer, oddly -, misplaced little
: but surely there could be fds broke off as a young entered the room. Vine
i about the innoc- woman entered' the 'room. Her couple the accepted ..... f r t.ISp.... ...."1,I..... Ma -
t j.-- nothing ominous was introduced to them as advertising Ie : .... ,
. .. . uous-appearmg little maa who : walk was so graceful her figure Donovans" and wondered why event .f error la ....rt,..... traad ar .... ,-
i J L.ertli ati.pias .. .-..-.... ...........
I now coughed and said: so.exquisite that 'seemed curved to Julia hadn't said anything about poasibis Advert viii* i ire for t'" ..fk&Y t- o r teal a a.e.t "1 p..... ... .aiq -.

i : t "I. beg your pardon I'm afraid" Bow into toward a provocative them..Her smile lips as her them when. describing the other part of the adverttsewrat whore th..rr.v ..'ear.
one of us has made a mistake. houseguests. - - - - - - - --
liquid eyes rested on Vince. . . . . . .1- .
"You must be Doctor Palmer. "Ah Commander Bonnay whata The man. short thin and shifty-
I Perhaps Ji'Ua forgot to tell you k handsome addition you make toKalanii eyed wore a flamboyant tie and a HELP wANTED-MALE I FOR MBIT4todrMi
that we'reharing this room. I'm !" ruby set snake ring. His wife a

. Commander Bonny Vince ex- Vince reddened and she stocky woman in her forties Route-salesman driver. Must pre furnished
I constantly yet almost i
watched him
plained. laughed. "Such a modest young There was a sent good appearance. Intelligent tart lilt in good
:, The Doctor smiled thinly. Julia man too! hard glitter to her beady black willingness to work. Chance I segues tar proud S
child but rather aren't -
is a sweet "American girls so complimentary
eyes that softened when she for advancement Good pay. .limo April Itth, Johas
vague at times. I'm glad to know I'm not used to it, h*
I you Bonnay. Going to be with us said. turned them on her husband. plus commission. Call in person. ..........

for awhile" "Pouf! We French believe in Julia appeared beside him witha Cabrera Wholesale Grocery. :

"Two weeks. I hope. expressing our emotions. Why tray of hors d'ouvres and he aprl9--+tJt : HL.ilsw etticr < IStrcwi.
j "Oh. Known our host very save all of one's flowers for a funeral saw Bisset scowl'across the room. downstair
?" made "How's it going Vince,-pretty
long She a sharp gestureof
"Not very. or perhaps I should dismissaL rough?" Wool presser first-class. Immediate I CJtM.ll OHM Pitas UStare. .

say not very welL 1 met Mr. "Then 1 must tell you,that you "Fm gradually getting every- employment Steady.
Mannley in Honolulu four years are a. very beautiful woman.It one pigeonholed" he chuckled. I I Top pay. Pomciana Dry Onm-

1 ago; we found we had a common was true. She was like a rare "Okay pardoer you can do the ers. Telephone 1696. 1M Simonton 3oxs ,
interest in swimming." I bit of sculpture--creamy skin. same for me some day. aprJ9-3t ;I aWe May 1st. Suitable al I If
"Yes Simeon *s quite a swim- thick black hair drawn into a roll I
well-warmed Don'tthink She moved over to the Donovan hMsMass. H. AHma*
mer in a pooL at her nape enormous melting
you could get him in Puget I I brown eyes. Vince heard a gurgle standmg awkwardly by Dishwasher. Weaver's. Pfcarac 6 .
Sound waters though. I and saw Simeon wink at him over themselves in a corner and Vince 929%. apr le-.It I
., Vince smiled amusedly. "Which the'sleek.head: looked about him. The sun was New on* b )ouhome. mad
reminds me I haven't paid my re- "That remark is just what she's just slipping behind the Olympic $US per mumm..
spects. I'll see you later sir.- been fishing for Bonnay. Now 111 range. It sent a last bright shaft GRADUATING FROM I
introduce you two...Sonia Madam through the open French doors HIGH SCHOOL 1317RS8.eaie

MANNLEY stood be Deveraux,'- .Commander Vince giving their faces a weird saffron THIS YEAR
SIMEON cavernous fireplace of B tin e. The scene seemed unreal You decision srp.ct avaiUMe.Bnrk .
I are approaching a big
Before and theatrical. For a moment I
the English drawing room as pale I: they,could say more an:. quite Vince felt that he was simply What field will you enter Garage for storaaiMUMii ,
and bald as ever. irritable voice.broke in from thedoorway. commercial fm'lloimaUin.
"My dear Bonnay.he extendeda .. *We11.Simeon. I'm glad a spectator at an outworn when you get your dipioma? or
** : Julia drawing room drama. He shook Will you be able to go to college Phone 7M.
massive hand. I am glad to see you welcomed. -our ,guest I
you! How are. you feeling now?. forgot to fell meT his heamust be more tired than he ? Before you have to decide a r1i
he realized. Watch it. ffUc.
Malaria eh" was..DO'doubt about the take a look at what the
'"Yes sir I'm over it I think. elderly woman's identity. Her thought. No time JOT a relapsenow United States Army offer I FOR HBTT-aOOMiFurMshed

Vince rapped the wooden mantel- eyes were pale like Simeon's but !
the school .
Then abruptly light-head- high graduates.The
piece."Hope. piercing and humorless yet unlike I'i
edness and the illusion vanishedas Army's Technical School room $7.M perM
bad those tropi- Simeon her'ffree was strong
cal fevers.so. very You can swim here and showed traces of 'a. youthful the musical bell of Sonia Dev- Plan provides the opportunityfor i I OruMtell Street apt Mil
voice tinkled the
ye'know. beauty. eraux you to become a specialist .
"Yes sir. but I understand you -"If was my fault Vince lied. smoke-laden air- in the field of your own choice.I I 1 dean airy room. reisutwbk
"Mon Dieu. Seemeon are we
Son go in the Canal" "1 thought I'd better change first" Moreover i Call after 4:M p.m. 51) "
the corpses? Cannot we have the you'll receive good
"Don know Julia
I Scowling rolls of flesh wrinkled t apologize I.
?" while To: head street oppwMie CkHouse.
the polished forehead. "Certainlynot she'sa very thoughtless young lights onBeneath pay you're learning.
This water freezes your marrow lady. her frivolity there wasa learn a skill and get ahead. apr 17-

But you're young you can "Now Sophie. Simeon chided. high-pitched tautness: that made visit your nearest Army and I

j take. it"They "Here come the others, old girL" Vince think of a fine violin too Air Force Recruiting Office, 3$:I FOR RmtT-AP
talked for awhile of the Palmer appeared Ant, his thinnel'Vo tightly strung.
N.E. 3rd St., Miami 6. Florida. I
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8e e.ntlased
_ rears since their lat meeting then hand caressing his alTODAY Furnish apartment 3 n*

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.Ilullwu UUIiilUHIUJIUlWIlllJlIUUIII wlliut. IN HISTORYKnow WANTED I r'i service linens and utiBfunMsfced.

Bathtub Equals Summei late (

N.C.C.S.I ( America) : Painter wants work. Experienc I al Hotel Apartments ops

1021 Duval Street 1774-Edmund Burkc's historicspeech II Pig In GermanyFRANKFURT. ed. Phone 1545-M. I Iaprl13 I Post Office. apt I*

on American taxation in #
House of Commons. I Efficiency api intent d r .vn

PROGRAM 1775-Battle of Lexington and Germany. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES I One 2-fcodrnum foi i upk
% (AP)..-Which will take
you : a
.. 1tIIWIIUIIIUJUWlldIlIlIlllUJIIlUUlIIIHIUJIIHWIIAIIIJ'" I Concord -"heard round the I i grown child ortv. OHJPaul's ,
pig or a bathtub In Germany.city' .
I I Tire Shop.
world. Make big money right at home .I np.
folk take
MONDAY and farmers
f I 1783--Day fixed by Gen. Washington pigs
: bronzing baby shoes and nov- ...
take bathtubs. For deals
such the
1:00 P.AL 11:00 P.Jr'--BIUi.ardS.1 as Ending the Americanlteveratton ._. .. .- pW r -
i tm ..- tiv rnrie ** .-- ...si ti I .
- '. ..Ping fwne.tiuag*>-Jl PAL. Equipment i, 1 61 Trie Sixth Massachusetts: ,. I apartment aduns t
pigsty floors are returned to their
!7:00 P.M. 8:00 P M.-Talent Regiment attacked by mob as it : owners" the hungry industrial ADVERTISING SALESMAN I MIl Pacner Street

Hour Auditions. i passed through Baltimore-eve ;] workers who traded them fOI A long established. nationally I IIPI'I

&:00 P.M. 9:00 P.M.-Film De- of the Civil'War. :food. known manufacturer of exclusive -

veloping and Printing Class. i I 1 1887 The Catholic University. i!I American and German officials top line advertising calendars :i For Newt lodern apart

9:00 P.M. 9:30 P.M. Coffee Washington.. C., incorporated two bedroiinw and slag
says that not every farmer is a and specialty material ...
Hour.: i i, 1892-C. E. Duryea of Spring- ,i black marketeer. Many do their an immediate opening for .1 porch completed t- ci4i IC b

3.00 P.M. 11:00 P.M. Informal -' field. Mass. operates country's best to help the needy town peo- really capable salesman. This en. 1W-J or 1,"-H

Dancing. : first gasoline auto. ;pie. But experts say it all the exceptional position representsa I ape tf1

TUESDAY I I,j 1933-L'nited States officiallygoes I. pigs that vanished in 1947 had rare opportunity to well recommended !
10:00 A. AL 12:00 Noon-Navy; off the gold standard. i 1 been legally distributed. the WANTED TO RENT
man in your area i
.' Wives Bowling at Submarine;!: 1941-Ruling of the U. S. Supreme ,I average German's meat ration who desires a permanent
Base. !! Court that colored passengers i i 1 would have been upped 50 percent Furnished three ur 1'K.t-n

2:00 P.M. 3:00 P.M.-Navy : must be given the same : Now the average man gets this quality connection line. representing Write your I II home or apartmi-nt nsdr c

Wives Red Cross First Aid ,i train accomodations as others. only eight pounds of meat year. .. Phone 15e'i-R
I qualifications to Louis F. Dow
i 1942 The United Nations
Class at NCCS pta
Co.. 664 North Michigan Ave. II I
7:30 P.M. 10:00 P.M.-U. S. Na- :;: Southwest Pacific Command FOR SALE -
comes into being with Gen. Mac- Chicago 11, III. apr9-3tx .i
val Hospital Party jointly Navy c.oupItckOSIR': tw bt1bouse
with American Red Cross Arthur commanding. : Studio bed box springs and ptf"
mattress FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE t by *b> := t
1943 The Venezuelan link of
(2nd Tuesday). i single width, used two t Extension =e.4. Ac-k ftc *

7:00 P.M. 8:30 P.M.-U. S. Naval the Pan-American Highway j months $25.00 or offer. BendiX 30-ft cabin Chryslel'i i, Haiuey. 8M I. ..prlt

Hospital. Entertainers to opens. ,[ Launderette, 516 Southard St cruiser.
![ 194i-The First U. S.. Army Power toilet, live well flab
(3rd Tuesday). .
apr92tx.Two Unfurnished three-bedroom -
i takes Leipzig. i( box. Will consider late model

WEDNESDAY t! 1946-President Truman orders car in trade. I2-B Navy Lew- :.! ern house by pe.-mdf1'nt r
1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Billiards. tires, 600 x 16, 4-pIy. tires 'I dents. See me at the, Cui ..
) food curbs because of fa- Cost Housing after
severe Project 5
Ping Pong, Writing Room,, mine abroad. ( and tubes. One brand new t i house or Phone 15C2.WI .

3. Sho\\ers. I I j 1947-Union telephone leaders I other slightly used. Trailer p.m. aprl9-5tx I must move by May 1st >

, 12:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.-HospitalPatients' Park 611 Division Street. .I Pui riaAL Floyd R 8*
<; : ask Truman to use Government Lots near South Beach for late
Fishing Party joint' I apr9-ltx i deputy collector of custom
pressure to get: wage offer. model car. 512 Simonton.
program NCCS YMCA and I a-wed-fri-Uwat
I --'-- aprl7-etx
Red Cross. I t National cash register 25 bar

7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.-Boxing!, SATURDAY. APRIL 17. 1348 I stools, electric fan. electric beer i WANTED TO BUY
Training, PAL Equipment i America I case two counters. White Inn ESTATEFor j -
(Know )
Late naudel Pdv .n f'I14.J
7:00 P.M. 8:30 M. Sewing ; Bar. 1013 Division Street
Class. Navv Wives. 1790.-Died-aged 34 Benjamin I aprl9-6tx any kind of property in Key: for appumtiian'MISCELLANEOUS

7:30 P.M. 8:30 PM.SpanishClass Franklin famed American. J I West, be it home hotels, motels, .jtri lji .

for Beginners; Miss; 1343-(100 years ago) Kit Carson II i Large baby carriage good condition or business locations contact i --

Remond, instructress. leaves Los Angeles for Washington $25. Also camera, F.45 Paul Boysen, 626 Fleming St.. --

8:30 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Dancing.' with what is believed to I lens, with case, $35. Perfect Phone 153. apr7-I2tx I i Dressmaking. Spct i..i ill IB I
have been the first mail from
I condition. Call 1303-W. '
. ni11mU1n1HmllllnUlHminalllutU111U11wnUlUlllllf.JVIIat's : there to the East.1860Historic Lot 5 and WIZ Lot 4 of Block 10. i and girls'clothing' .\It r..lMonUelle
I j prizefight between Ave. E. 75-foot front Price. s Dress Shuppf.Fleming .

Doing American Hccnan and British | Plumbing supplies, complete $1200.00. 820 S.E. llth Court I St m..1f.

| Savers in England: stopped stock. FL Lauderdale Fla
at the i tile paints and
: Washers
irons, vacuums
i by police in the 37th round. brushes. apr2-19ta

ARMED SERVICES 1868-Troop H. U. S. 3rd Caval- I 1532 N.W. Murray's 62nd Street Plumbing Miami I I fans repaired. O'Briant P

Y.M.C.A. ry. attacked by Apache Indians at Fla. Phone 7-3421 aprl-tf FOR SALE-USED CARS 11 4-M. ap

Jackson Whiteheadand Naismith Mills. N. M.-Indians
routed after fierce fight. 1937 Ford For guaranteed plumbing an
Southard ; a two-door sedan fair
Streets Motorola
auto radios to fit all cars
: ; Free
pairs. estimate
; 1916-Federal Grand Jury in- condition. $250. 1219 Simon-
1II111111I1nftillll.UWIiaIIIIIDDUIIUIJUIIIIIUIIIIIDIIII' i diets Capt Franz von Pap n of j, stalled.from $42.50 up. Completely in- I ton Street aprl5-4tx Jtfea Curry 511 Margaret
Bridge Radio 650 NW '
Phone 701.
Monday the German Embassy in Wash- I ap
5th St, Miami. mar24-lmo
9:00 P. M.-Dance. John Pritch- ington for complicity in the plot 1940 Chevrolet 2-door. Paul'

f ard and His Orchestra. to destroy the Wclland Canal. Tire Shop. aprM-3tx ; LOST
i :. Tuesday i I 927GoAlfred E. Smith of I j White outside paint white enam- --- -- -
8:30 P. M.-Little Theatre Group New York makes historic reply to I I I cl. $2.75 gal. Doherty & Co.. 1940 Mercury. good mechanical Lad>' mi' i!'i w ..I< I. Ui
846 Olivia Packer. Call .
rehearses letter Catholicism. corner Street. b-t vi t, ri s I'I
; Ping-pong: Shuf- | open on condition. Reasonable. QuK'kEalc. i
fle Board on the Patio.WednesdaT 1 194I-Jugo.slavia' army capitulates 1597. apr 10-tf 527 Fleming. Phone Suutnord. Fi i and is followed by Nazi I I ward if ,,,tUI I'M.-d I.. iK .n'
1 1:00 P. M.-Fishing Party: Naval : terrorism: 80,000 Serbs executed. Reconditioned washing machine. f aprl.-3tx Cottage No 23 l' I

Hospital Patients. Joint Pro- 1942-American bombers raid $49.50. Small metal turning I FOR ---- ---
gram. YMCA. NCCS. [ Rangoon. lathe, is h.p. motor. The Trad- MISCELLANEOUS SIS rrw..rd f..i matt.i nng "it

3.30 P. M.-Ye Ole Country Party I j 1943-Government orders ers 130 Duval Strcc Phone ; i I Ulocated rv't Vt.i "I .-1I
featuring Danc- freezing of essentialurkcrs to 1431. apr7-2t "od f
Square i tgglag'ensue '
%ing. Virginia Reels. 1 their jobs. ;i ____ __ ______ ___________ I Present this ad with your Evaas-'I ae.rR.,1'.I 1',1\, .

10:15 P. M.-Werner Roast on the 1943 Fighting slows down on J Complete bed. p platform rocker. I receive Pilkington FREE Studio coupon and I tin &. hras. t'N-2. U- o (.

Patio Grille. .Okinawa. 9th U. S. Army fights!. card table, motion picture ma- I. a mount for yourportrait up 1Sptndrier
chine and film. man's This offer expires ,
into Magdeburg. bicycle
way ( -- -
U. S. Motor Vehicle registrati 1947-Fires raging through '( (used one month). Best offer. i May Store,1st Southard 1948. Evans Street.Camera I II washing fuse is n-

>which was 34,472.145 in 1941 stricken Texas City, Tex. brought Leaving town. 914 Packer I "atift I irlhial condition UtI.'

was an estimated 37,164,405>> in under control.i | Street aprI6-3tx; I'I 1.. after S p \?

1917. i '. FOR SALE I 1 i i '. o
apt -
I i The Alaskan trade in fox furs j Sacrifice diamond engagement I I,

The United State set il new produces nearly as much revenue 1 j ring. Reasonable. Call 1332M la.P. idio HQI29X-54 KC- o .e, Fender skirt from 1 WK I'> ". *

record of 6,492.000 registered motor .a$ the sale of all other Alaskan -12 Noon to 7:30 P-M. I meters. Excellent .,........ sire ...rd. if i. i I r.*

trucks in 1947. __. furs combined. _ _ aprlT.Six I'bUDL 575. ___ dpt.ldj I *. ; *' tvi $tit> ,

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'ftS s........e.s............ .... 't lr a When -a certain < ci Or a Wh.rrills DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU $ 1"1
re f (" BENNY'S i.718 i.- WHERE'TO' BUY: 11- and z.pr May wbt u si to !

: TROPICAL TRADER .. .. .11... ..... . ... S
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Motor Court
.1- : DUVAL STREET PHONE: 1000 ElectricO aI 1T\! : POOR OLD CRAIG j I
If It Is EEnpml .
9W( ) Simonton St. Nice Selection- of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : W !
rth.. : Ownership-ManagementS Delirer : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station :
. Will Call For and .
" Children
for the :
Va BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys /
.,.. ; ( / 30 Years Experience la Electrical Work i. H BRADY. Manager PHONE IlK :
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'viar. Electrical Appliances Repaired. Fraacia sad Division Stx*ts ?,

.... .. .LUNCHEON..BREAKFAST.11:30 8 10 to 11 Z.DINN&n. ........ .............................e...: ,.!i- .:: ..l.LCQLL 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE : Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :

. -'aa., 5 to 8:30 ...................................v***J***.****'. :, ELECTRIC : u : 822 SIMONTOn STREET Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer" JA
F FI Tie ned Steaks ..'.-. ............ .......................... .. ..............................................1/
oJ i STORE .l ....e 1 .................................... ** *
HOME\ SUNDRY ...........
.nJ Short Orders.SanGwicbes ... '1..................... :......... ; Dry Cleaning :
ill I i 1 1w At AU HourS : 1207 DIVISION ST.. .NEAR COIL.WHETS. ;ST. : -' "PRITCHARDFUNERAL : an it Pressing AUTO AND ;
rufey II.. TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS .: "Tour PatIonaQ'8'Invited"a. .: iI Free Pick-Up and BODY SHOP i i6DOS

1,1' : Open Daily and Sunday :. Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine' ..:' I i H GOODS i : SUITS Delivery for Service MEN : GREENE STREET I I

5ati. ..1.....a.A.J.L...e to..Midnight........... : Sick Room-Supplies School Supplies .;: HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : and WOMENMadet Auto Painting $45 to SS500 i
Toilet Preparations and Articles \: : .
e._ :..................o*_........*..............1...1. : ;: ;: PHONE 373 : : PHONE(, ll.allre 282:- : BODY and FENDER REPAIRS :

!< ....................... .... .. .. .....IMUMFORD : Let Those Serre : : : ......1............... ................................1..1.......11:

1 bit ., : I and ROSS /' : Who Serre Rest :.':. Socializing .: .................1....1........... 11 ....
rlO-u 1 : GOMEZ : : inWomen's ...... ................ :
wfr.tod :
..qq\ FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : NEVER WILL s..S and :. I LOPEZ : Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. ''I IS j
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rl 11rei no DUVAL STREET i Carrier Air-Conditioning : :: Ambulance ServiceTelephone :' : Children'sApparel : : ,.F DONALD BARBER

\-. :: Jtn.-nile UOUSEIIOLU Furniture : : for Domestic and Commercial Use : 5<18 ':. :. .: : Funeral Service : t-,:( Scalp Treatments We Specialize Hair laS Dyeing : ,
. : J33 PHONES else : ''I
> : FURNITURE : .I..Y...155................. 55551.55551..1.5... : Never Sleeps. :. ;. .: : Established 1835 hone 175 ALL "TTI K* Or RBLKH CCHTI8

'hofte r ; Plastic: Inlaid Ccngoleutn ; ....................................... ......... :... ..a................ 1..........11..............1...1e :: Lil"en(1 Funeral ,I :.....................rIlR.411KIIT.:....!..!...WAVRSSTELL'S ............. J
..IJlhi;: ,;, : mindcr Broadfelt ; Ii ElectricRanges .....1............1........1. : Directors and ............................................S ,
: .
l d RADIOSlances and I IOTPQINT '' U )Lnlbalutcrs I BEAUTY NOOK I
C*UIIt : .' :, 'i, Ja Ae MYERS 7 .
Scientific Beauty
-: I ': Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances '" .. .. : 21llonrAmbulance in All Branch ,
' : ,
. Ho fin. \ : "T.rms Arranged' : .Washing] Machines for Immediate Delivery :, t 1 licensed : Thoroughly Experienced c

,.rU1M- 'I. ; OPEN TILL :00 P.M.. : HOME APPLIANCE ,1 :i Contractor / l Operator : j
MOH. and SAT. ..1 .- PAINTING ServicePhone ; Soft Water Ud Exc1uaheqPhone :
- 55/51/51515555..555555 .I.............................5 1................: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED Hotel : 135 Night 636 :a .: 637 536 Fleming St.Customers \/ .. !
t :.......................a.....................1. 1 :....Telephone....5...9127.55..114...Dural.....Street.....555555555 Jefferson.....................;. ...................... ..........................................1............ 1Formr .............................. :
- 11 1 .1 "111S /...............1...1..1.. 1I Friends and the Public Invikd ;
'ITlHi HETTEK ....................... S
I. :. rPR TOURS a i THIS SPACE AVAILABLEOn 1. : When You 'Want FASTER, ; Frances Beauty Salon :
riulilt. 1 A Monthly Basis (it : FLOOR SANDING i Key West, FlaSOUVENIRS. Frances Park. Owner .
'{ Passenger : : : On Old cr New floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE 1010 GRINNELL STREET '

17'Ct1Uft 3L : Representatlvei a. :: .: A VERY LOW COST .. / Guaranteed 'Work ..Modern Methods / :: a / '1 I Ucouly Culture in all its Phase

- : For Further Information. CALL 51. TREVOR COISC1I' SHELLS Permanents Scalp Treatmeals:
l l"s RIDA EAST .. or See the Advertising Manager :. I DOUGLAS ; All Sizes ; : Facials Shampoo Manicurifig ; :

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SWFICEG mercantile by INSURING.ontilfiem. wih .. : TOP SOIL$6.50 PER 112IM or $1.00, PER SACK ." ( :
Part : House in USA
i bldgs. house- : ., MARL HAULED.,YARDS : Will Ship to Any "Southernmost : i iI'
ouplcancl STREET Mutual Insura'nee Co. ; Reasonable S of US or Canada : : 1400 DuTal Street Telephone 1314J :; ,
Atlantic Fire Very
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'. COLE COURSE R. M.Daniels. Prop. Phone 1013 i Open Daily and Sunday, : Sales ...... Ware . .
822 Fleming St. :\" '
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Cushmau SERVING s K. :
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, : 925 DIVISION STREET beauty culture, do good work at very low prico Although : r
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SIX ;. :. .tt-E: ', .,' THE KEY WEST CITIZEN '. . XOJlP Y- AWML If, l4t
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II PIRATES WIN TWICE 1 1'Athletics Beat I I( Baseball Fans, Here Are6- the 194& National. and American Seltetl.I .

AT AT AT AT ATmrssurtCH A1' 4 _ ... __
Boston Red Sox 1948 BOSTOlf'' .aOOKL1'1I jrxvrreiuc PKHJW CCCCUrKATI' .lttdr.0 ft'' ....


Slay 14"! tk1! A pra 30.May I.J April fS 31.23 Mar 4* t ..." u.1iaf 1J:.
'BOSTON ..,_.. N lulY 7-:1 July <*'f. a* luly 2"'..3.4f Jaw I*. X .4!.1 JUM "
Score 5 4 Aug. if. II.22 Auf. 17*. IS. 1* Sept e W. July 1M. It* Juir.. 21*, a E1'11: li 1."I
By to Sept. 2S.39. A Oct.2.3 U.U Avg.sit AuC-1l..Sepl.f .
10TO4 AND 9T03I I
OF April M. n SS. St. 22 April 30Mar .... .. 7
May M 12 .
I Mar.*. 2**' 30 July S*..1.. 11 1. It War U ...!J."i
FIRST MAJOR LEAGUE GAME ;. BROOKLYN.... Aug.u U*.U*:M*. A Sell.I..U.12. Any ill IT*. UScpt.2S.2S V July Jua*23 S:*.iN tit tl JwaI July IS't.S U. n .. I Kr"KTW

f SubRon 4 Team Scored All ItsJRuns OF 1948 SEASON SAW MAR- I Sepc. lit Sept Z3 AUK. 24*. a AUK. .. a1. as a.... 1. fI

I I fi Losing i I April 23. J*. =t April 25. 2f May I*. 14t. IT* May ..r.. 1 Marl*. SJWM Map a. lA u
CHILDON WILD BUT ABLE June -*. 3S*. June it. S*
fitness Slav juir 7 2. r. <1 IIi
: Lastres I It Physical i YOHK. ,v. fotyl Jalr r liit,)a. 4..it T A... 11*.14.19t Job ix is', nAUK. jutr" ist. II = 1\.1 D II.i.1
Gabe 10 .11 .
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In 1st Opener; t I TO HOLD BOSOX HI CHECK sL 23. M kpL a.t.! Sept. "It) 31.Sept 1 Avg, 31f Aea itar

i i Classes To Begin i ,rtr Tbe- \.*.rl..... l..... at I .. a! AprU n 94. 29 April SC 2t Mar U. U' May P'.11 r
Pitches And Wins Both Contests I PHILADELPHIAApril Olt June 2t*.WJulr Mar 21.. X*. 3. I Job 12. Wt June t*. IIJulr ks i." I :- .
( BOSTON April 19. First bloodin ) 1Aug. I" r K
t t*. 10'. It AYa'20*.21.lit July JO-. 21.22Aug. 23. 31.35Jw .
_ I This Wednesday big league baseball this sea- r Sept a.t. It Oct. 2.t J Doll kp& 31. JI as.n*.zs AUK.73:*.23 A.S. "

son was drawn this: I .
IIO.M-' mornin: by
JOHN NAVAHKO I t May 21. 22 April IS. Z3. 24.UM .
May Ir M" 20 Map IS Mar Is11.* ..
the Philadelphia Ath'encr wh 1 5.,2"7: June 21*.22.23. JUM ii*. is. n Jun IS*.1.. tII ..
June% 21f
wives offered classin St .I""I a
III.I.I'jr Navy are 0 I .
1 Klt.S: IN Nir.llTCAP : 1.1 i nosed out the Boston Red Sox, 5 nrrsBUBCS JUr Zl*:2s..2S Judy: 30*. 21Aug AMI i. -"II 7. {, Auf 1 1S-4. ) Sept-S* 9Oct. = i .......
33 Sept
Physical Fitness through thecooperation to 4. in li minings.Mrchiufcn. Sept u : .L Spa.!t.it Sept. u a u.

SCHEDULE: ONLY ONE ) of City Recreation th. Athepitch-! I I
1 I =* II. 2S. 24 Mar 21 22 Mar 1. *t ...
MATF.SIi( SOFTBALL CAME FOR Director Paul; Albury at NCCS, er. was> wild, but held ihs RedS iGunye If. It*.20 Jung 1 3'1N. tl Mar IS*. It. M June_21};ZZ*.23. ..JW7tSlt.. r NIl xjM'I II
I 1021 Duval street to start on (.x reorders, most of th>- C'JNaNNATf --. Aug. 2.. 3-. 4*. S Aug. N. 7. Jim* SS.* 24.ISS 23| 24 Aug. n* N Arg, .. .. if"1
ON SICKS: I NEXT THREE MONDAYSCity Wednesday, at 1 p. m. allowed the Sox only seven way i iHe !I I Sept It. 20 Sept 14. U. M ..pIY :IS Jey70.3LAtK.11 Sqt W.2L U, Soot .. .. .

Gabr Lartres. speed ball Recreation Director Physical exercises demonstrated hits. Last Marchldon
mere Mr. will tend to year won May Mar SS 2P.IT Marti. aJuo May IS. 19*. 2! Apri120.ILD April .. 3. .
by Albury 235 S7.2S
rhaat if the Pirates pulled anIranmmi Paul Albury) toaay announced 19 victories with the A's. ...... June 15.M.. HtAug June 1*. IS Zt 23. 24 June Th*.2{..27tJvlr July 2*. 4* May 2 . *f A I.
feat yesterday afternoon equalize weight in the partici- Score this morning: I .CHICAGO I'. 7 S AUK>.. 4. Aber31: : ZT*. ZS. ZS AUK. w iiSept. A.... U*. ttt 1:1.-:
that there would )be but pants. Flesh will roll off the I Sept. It U Sept. IS. 20 Sept. 11 .3*. >t Sept U).
.I the Municipal stadium when he RK.E. S*pC31.22

pitrlHtt and won a double header one softball game starting overweight and will mcreas3: in Athletics .. _. 5 14 0 I April a
the too-slender .' Mar fit >2 May IS. It*. 20 *.is. XT Mar 33>. 24* April 27* M Apra 2S.:- IS
womin. Mar ZS .
front the Subron Four ..3 in the at 7:15. for the next three 1 1RdSox.------ 470 June 21*.ZZ*.23:*. June 1$., 21. n I..... q. ,,. JOt Jw> li .14* Mar ZS*.ZS Jlt July Mar 2*.i 4Au < I..r. : L
p-nv and 19-4 from the San Mondays to be played at Shorts or slacks should be worn The game was the first cne in I I, ST.LOUIS ...... 2t July %1. ZS. 33 Auf J.. 4. > Aug. 14,T.IS ft Aua. 13'. 14.lit .. 9*. 11 It, ... tt
far.iws in the mihtrap. Bayview. Park by the class. Showers are availa- either lecgue. Toe contest wasa July AUK r.'Se' SI.zt.a Sept. 17. IS *ept.is Sept Set (C)t Sept. 4. I Sept' JI. 3/ 41i

In the lint came the Subron This is being dons to as not ble. The class U open to all of Patriot's .
feature i1'
Four scored all of their runs in t to interfere wila: the scheduled Navy wives without charge. I I Boston. Day !'i i Night Games. tDou lebeadera. Holiday Parentheses.. An Sur Ga.K-3pwtrm..i Pat. *< l....... 9 wIItI H

the first inning when they>> buncht ..i political rallies being f I, ..
ljeHhrr two walks, a hit batsman sponsored by the Public Ai- The Chinese god of war andgoddess /
An abundance of ,
of the seas, deities of the snowshoe: AT AT AT AT AT AT AT I
and sincle-.I|| fairs committee of the Junior 1948 aJ&N
an error two first rank hare may mean disaster: for Alaska i! CHICAGO ST. LOUIS DETROIT CLEVELAND WASHINGTON 1"HILA. lifwi ,..
were originally :
fur their three runs. Litres, Chars tr of Commerce.

however. M tiled down and held I( The softball gacae: on Mon- beings whose actual, : biographies moose. They cat the same food i: Apr. 24. 35 t Apr. 21. 30 ..
1 I 7
May U. 1f May S' S' May a No.Ie
them in check throughout the I days." Albury 8:30.said will end coq. till:: be read. "-' i!. end starve___each___oilier___out_: j I CHICA..0 ...... A ]June mv: .I 21-;..10.3N. July May N.I7'.; '.Is.'IS AUIr.21i..2 S ?.m July June''S.15:L II,'- 17 July Jame 18 t':.3 Jr...25. Jah JlM is... NAug. tYis *.
promptly at i Aug.
game .SejL ... .
I II I : : Sept. W-29 Aug.31 i' A. Ai A.. 31'. N 1
The pirates rallied for five runs 4 I Ancient' Egyptians u>eden- Forests' cover 34 per cent of _ _Sept.24. 23_.2t _Sept.I1.IZ_ _ _ _ _

(In the fifth to take the Wad. Two -J''r.l" I'IIT, .:Jr..,.. ers to, make fine Iurnitur: ?. Mam 's 'surface. i May 1.25 stay ,4., 1i.1Apr. Mal t. loe May U.. U- Mee t. I. a -

HI'Uno four tingle' and Joe!>Donenechs I ST.LOt1IS....... July 15)'. r. M Joy' 1.. i May a1)t"; .)lit )tun 5'. ... IN Jvee 11'. fee Ut Jw S.e' 1 Ii'I; a:;. f
Sept. S. 9' 'e' AUI: :02L 22 Jug. lu'y, 24..233 July 2'-222r! Ji.y 11. It .
doubt fratjred: in the oct. 1':3 MPL 25.15.JQ lI1tlar. Aug.z. .U.. N' "....fie: 21 Aue N :Sass I A.. aI !
rally They adueu Slur more in SOFTBALL 1 x

the{evmth MI pn error,an infield) t I Apr. 20.21.2 Apr. 2C..%1. 21 Stay 1. :2 :Hay 11.. I-:IJ stay ,. .,. t S utrr I 1
July 2., 3. 4i May 2a i9. JII IIIIJ 13.,. 6' June U. 11' 1_ Y. N Jwe 2 1 4. S .
John N-jvarrom tluuble. ant I .
Mil. GAMES\ DETROIT ....... Aug. 11. Aug. l3 14 _IS M-pt. 1.. ... 1. July' %1. %:!. U July X ZS. J.ly ... ... fe = w is. K
sntlr ty Joe Ndvarni and I SepL 3.4.3 Sept. .Sll oc1. 1. Z. 3 Ava. 21. ZI AUC. N'.a. 21 Aug P. Ass 31.. ae.e 1I
ntandorevedo.. Ar-I j

/ John Navarro it'd 1 the Pir.ate.l.{ .\Y"iEW PARK f Apr. 25. %7. 25 Apr. 2t.. 38 Apr. %3. %4.U May 0;. S by t. So i Mar ,I. p'. U wCLEVELAND.
(NIGHT PLAY I ITOSIGJIT 21.. 29. 30 July 2 3 4t June 29. June 2 : :r, 4. Juse S.... 1_ 11. q. IS Er.!i. 1/I
at with double .... Any R .
1 It* plate a U'. 11. U AUI. 11.. 2' 1" 1 July I" 15. 20' Jely D. 1. It. J.Lp 31. . :
Iwo sin*!Ira in five' trip to theplatr Sept. .In Sept 3'. t.. s Aug.Sept.5':.,10 u. 2S Aue. 3. ai Aug_3'..Sept 1 All&a.. S Aq 1N... yMa

In UK<< nifchlcap lire Pirate 7li I bray' 18 l' y 2OP..21... 22Iay! 23.24 May 25'. '_1_ Apr_U 241 D. .. a., isae N'IL. ill
: -VFW vs. NAS. I' June Ii. 19 20; June 13'. I' Ii' June %1. n-. Jm1eW..5.T.r: x.. w. 3111.. Jlry iWASHINGTON. .
ntfttinucd their otfrtuir power .JulY %1..28' July 30.. :U.. 23.. 24 Aue 3.. r I July l 1- 1 ... .
Aug. I Aug. 6'. t. S A.... N'. II- July 1". J. 1'
Scp't 191. .1- 1"1". II 1.
what Juh.1 Njvarro' terrific " Seel. '
s..pt. 22.. 2r: Sept. t. 15 Oct a. 3 J pl J. l I
burner the Uurd; win twu Roller
Skating 1 bray 23. May 20. 2'. 22 lorn 1a. 19. Apr 3r 3.r i4. U.. M Ie
mat aboard" them a I-ad II :May 25. 26 'May I .
: cave: I June 21. n.. June 13.. t L Ii June II. JOt Z 3. J.
which. they mitt ...- nqu $h tL j jIn t i 1 PHILADELPHIA Aug.lung 3 2-_.4. S'A: -3.6:4: July 70 3'. .lulY 2i.: 19. Jury t5i. C A.isi FIN ttl'J&4 g t

tl** fifth the veteran Guiro Party On Friday !, Sept. n'. II Spi.. 14'.IY: SeAug. 2 1%. n Sept 19.. 20"' Sept S f loe ../t. le' tt .a t

Ifca was slu'lted. from the rn and 1 S] .- -
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with a four hit attack: which was This' Friday r.ght; there will t; YORK.... June:May 20 13: 21. 16 n June!May 11.11...1.19.2.. June May 33.:....H%6. n June aiay 21:2r.: July Apr 19.20.21 9IU.. Apr>>a. 2f.. b. 3M A riI, .
24 IIr
July 30'. 31. Juts V; All. 2N II .
gaud for four runt. Tony Aranga bo roller :/I. AuS 3 4. 5 Au. l e. I. 'a
and Jack Caiborwll tripledfor the to 9 a at skating party Park from 7 Aug.i..22 is_. 23 Sept. It+. 20 5ept. Ii. 17. II :::i. i T If Sept. ia. IS Sq> M. =- :::
p. m. Bayview under

Pints in the fifth. the supervision of Mrs. Jane Hop- May 23. 1.Iay 2.-.2$ May II. II May :o 21.22 Apr io'; ro-. Apr. a. ..." ......
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..1.0i.mt'1M't'h. *. Fine; Joe kin. Whidden assisted by Mrs. June 22.. 23. 24 June 2e. tit June II. 19. 20 June is' 1. Ii May 2S.: 21. 3It 31ay ,11'
Navarro'j tripe :and Armaivio I BOSTON ........ 5'. T. Sr Auft. 3-.4' Juts :;.. :21.! :29!! iWY 30.31.S' Ault. Is' tIS, Scpr'N. II, ltrr Ara I.. II Usew.
Golden VTeech. both of the 'i-. 1..11 .. 5
Acevedo'a ...-...uer. gave: the Recreation Department. City :, ..Aug. .H. U Sept Sc-pl. 1!. 20. 21 2i ScpL 'I" 50 pt II'.

Pirate two niiw'in the k* -nuu Bill ,Porter. 41 popular favorite '. : .:.-Night GimpD( .uU.headen. llulidavs tit Pumthesel. All-Star CatrW-5port-.a..Ik. N I.-. .

They added another in the eighth with the park skaters and one

wi _n errtir. Aran::o's hit& and a of -
Key West expert skaters, will - ------- - -- --- -
wild pitch. be on' hand to assist with the t 4
ntland Toitrnament 1 by S. R. Haver from Fitzgerald: A 22S-v..r.c ftiaiIPlew
their first
i San Carlos made run program direction and games. City Fishing! Rfpnrtx trt _._ Ge.Irg'a.---S..L- 1 vriieli w. cut ,

{ In the ixth when TunyrAUmzo .' It.is.hoped by the Recreation .c -.: i! HoteL Haber's catch weighs W : famed n had I
doubled went to third on an outfield vl tli
'Department that a large crowdof r WAILS AND SCALES : measured 66 inchesn ,. !
pounds ,
; out. and scored on a wild skaters will be at the maple .I i up b MiL _, i e. 4
park : >length, with a girth of 24 inches the Indians t
pitch. Pazo. San Carlo vecondMcker. for the Recreation : r,iltetwt
Department'sFriday '
homered in the seventh i"Se i By JACK DELANEY 'I'His catch was made aboard the .s cof at"i! !ri..4/,. wte.
night program of fun and I ____ __ _ ', Mae West.
with nobody on. Santana's dou frolic. WAILS: content just to look on he Beach' I

ble. Roberts' triple and an infield I I __ I L;.,3t night at midnight, the at the Submarine Base and soak Two sailfish were also reported alaagl "
J by Captain West. Moise N. Kjp- The new Key
out gave San Carlos their j "fishing tot,"I1ament officially up our famous sunshine. while
r Ian. of Atlanta. Ga_ a guest of GUEST OP KEY
two Ullies. in the eighth I ended. Judging of entries for the members of his party took out I y along
Tony Aranga and Joe Domen- Woodman Kill I eel I (last period will be done by the for the deep waters of the Gulf La Concha Hotel submitted a -edieri/ls.d! Ue*.

rrh each had two tut to lead l Jaycees and the Charter Boatmen to try their luck. i j 556 pounder. 88 1-2 Inches: in the OM Fecks Heme &. vt

the Pirates at the plate. the results of this length with a girth of :24 inch***. (ask the Jsrsfcees! 1\mm t
Entries were submitted from
That Tree! and S. R. Haber. of Fitzgerald
and published Be F
I Box scores: I i period have been announced the people all over the United States, Ga.. aLso a guest at La Concha. Werkheke Ta/eter fey *}
FIRST GAME grand prize \winners, for the en- while a few were received from
reported a 45 pounder with a
La.-(AP).-Poisoning tire will be selected from
I period people who lived in England and ,
SubRon 4 trees iJ Fred girth of 21 1-2 inches. and mesured -
A. Peevy'sbusiness. the winners of each period. France so the fame of fishingin
I PlayerAB R II PO A He is f 6 feet 8 inches in length
ecologist: for the I
The will
grand prize
West waters will
;w x Key soon
FJwrrt 3b ell 4 4 -z-- From Captain Henry Munro.
Southern Forest
Snuth u 3 00 1 ,2JoIcCu" branch Experiment Station -I 1 1 I be made to those who are in the spread, and next year we can look Jr. Charter Boat The Se Haw k
here. And he
reports ; city at the time the final results forward to even more entries.And ; 1.A
: the 46
I comes next pound
'. s4 2 0 2 0 1. that much of Louisiana's entry. a ,
know, at place to be designated -
are a :>
; Finally sailfish, 7 feet 7 I 2 '-
5'11&"'. Ib 5 1 270 forest land is monopolized by"pest" Tournament ) measuring .
by the Fishing .
Huffman cf 4 1 1 1 0 trees like blackjack oak ; Chairman Trophies for The letter I wrote about some inches in length with a girth of 6d ...

&-k4:1.: tf.1f 4 0 1 2 0E7rllc and bitter pecan. those who have left the will time ago that brought out the 25 inches. This catch wa-. made tfI' '"
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j the of by Gladys V. Withrxm J Hiii > /
30240Settwr I These trees were left goose bumps on me size ,
be forwarded the 4
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when :, warts was received from the Out- i i land Park. I1LI .. ,
a 1 0 0 0 0Nidel -Umber was cut from the has been done. cJI! .
land ; ''1& graving door Writers of Florida who', extended re
Zb :30031 and their spread has pre t&t"w ; Future Tournaments Will Be i I . ..
From 15 to 20 million d.,11011 ,
vented establishment an invitation to become a .
llenm'tt. r' 3 0 0 2 0Kiridbaum of useful ,
rf 0 0 0 0 0.1tiipta .'pine forests, Puevy says. The'pest" f Better Handledi member !Of their organization |is year are spent in the United i" c- O '

p 4 0 0 0 0 trees can be eliminated at L 1 i I Because of the experience an invitation I accepted with !' States annually for "Ontro.1! ,.: l'elf' ,

- - -1 small cost by the use of ammum- .x ; ad 'gained by members of the tournament great haste before they could forest fires by public _nu pi.,'. ..:e- ,

TcJ&.1u- 36 3 9 24 a um sulfamats his experiments I i committee, many of them change their minds. I am anx- cgencies: .

PiraS"MaYft' show.A; cup or cups, according to who knew nothing of rods and iously looking forward to meet-
si'ze'of the tree, are chopped at ECK PICKS CARDS AND YANKS' reels any tournaments put on in ing some of the members in it. f L -
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the future will be better handled. Rube Allyn of the St. PetersburgTimes
Dieurneth If 5 12 I 0 the base and the potion poured fi
in Much ground had to be covered is the President of the or-
5 1 1 1 0 I TO WIN ;
Albury 3b FLAG CHASES and many problems ironed ganization while Brother East- i Overseas Transportation
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2 2 '7 1)I Ic.rbuMil. Pazo. rf-2b 4 1 2 2 3 out before work on the tourna- man the official photographer II

Jun Navarro.t Diaz p-rf 4 0 1 1 I Likes St. Louis Hurling Orer Dodger Youth men proceeded smoothl. or as of Marineland StudIOs. just out- I II
4 1 1 5 3 Un. I
a smoothly as possible! under theI side St. Augustine is the Treas- I Inc.

Anvcdolb 4 0022Arango. 1 1t 2 Totals35 4 8 24 13 -Sees T.ro-CI"b Battle In American League I circumstances.The urer. All I can say is if these : Company,

O. lastlel. p 4 By FRANK ECK patience and understanding boys can 'write like Eastman I

.. If 4 0 0 1 0 Player- Pirates AB R II PO A AP Newsfeatures Snorts Editor ( of the Charter-Boatmen was takes pictures they must be tops Fast, Dependable Freight and Expert Stake
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- - NEW YORK.-The St. Louis Cardinals and the,New York Yankees I I i finest tournament ever held in

Totals. 39 9 12 R. 27 1L E.11 John Navarro., 2b.Ib.. _. 5 4 2 1 1 1 13 0 2 0 look like the World's Series teams of 1943 j Key West. It it had not been The last: entries received from t! MIAMI\ and KEY WEST

Score by innings: I for these men many a time the the Charter Boatmen until the .
9 4 Joe Navarro. c 4 1 1 5 0Ar'do Both nwjor league races will be closer this season. In the Also
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SubRun 4 300 committee would have met ob- 17th of April are shown below. POINTS Off FLOftffiA JTET1
9 12 5 Acevedo 3b 4 0 1 1 1 National League a three-wav fight looms among the Boston Braves :
Pirates 000 050 40x- (stacles that to them would have Three of the entries are from Between MIami tad Xty West
Errors: Elwert.& Smith. Stenger.Bennett. Lastres. p 4 0 115 the Brooklyn Dodgers, 1947 winners by five games over St- Louis. j appeared jrmour.tjb'e Captain John West and one from I II
John Navarru Carb Angueim. cf 30010 and the Cards The Cincinnati Reds, too may have, something to i A Word About Fis Chowder Captain Henry Munro. i I

Mil 2. Acevedo Arango; runs AI Acevedo, ss. 42123 say. 1 .. *, r --,i l I It was originally planned to What I am positive is the Express Schedule

batted' in: Slender. Bennett&, Joe ,Arango: rf 32230 The American League struggleis f have a Fish Chowder party every largest wahoo caught this year : (No Stops En R_..)

Nrfta'rru, Carboneil. Acevedo - - truly a two-team battle be- got to go along with Eddie Dyers j I I three or four weeks at the Charter in either the Island City Tourney LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY tf>;X. .

Arangu: two-base hits: Domen- I Totals- 35 10 10 27 11 tween the Yankees and the Red ': Cardinals. He has the best i Boatmen's dock during theI or the Miami Tourney was caught CEPT SUNDAYS) at t-'t* PJ4. Ar.

4-ch. John Navarro: stolen bases: 'I Score by innings: R. H. E. Sox. But if things go wrong with 'l pitching staff in baseball with ,I tournament. The boatmen i rives at Miami at 11:.. o'clock Mid-

Jill Navarro Carboneil. Acevedo San Carlos\ 000 001 120- 483 them you might see either the 1. Harry (The Cat) Brecheen blurry 1! wives wire to prepare the chowder I I night.

2. Angucira; left on bases: Sub- I Pirates 003 040 21x-10 10 1 Detroit Tigers or Philadelphia 1 Diclfc-on.! George (Red) Mun- '' in one instance they did and LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

Ron 4 U. Pirates 7: struck out by Errors: Santana Roberts, Arn- Athletics walk off with the flagon ger, Al Brazle Howie Pollet and those who ate it are still raving BROADWAYCIGAR SUNDAYS) at 11:. .'__k Md-

Rounds 3. by Lastres 5. bases on I'old, Armando Acevedo; runs batted their pitching. 1 Big Jim llearn as starters. Ger- 'about Jhe way it 'was prepared. night and arrives at KIT West at

U U.: off Lastres 4, off Rounds I;'1 in: Roberts L. Valdez, Paso, Pitching will play a prominent ald Staley has looked the best of :( The succulent deliciousness of 6.00 clock A.M.

wild pitch: Lastrvs; hit by pitcher -'!Domenech. Carboneil John Navarro part in both pennant"derbies: four crack rookies the others being the chowder was prepared to satisfy STORE Local Schedules
3, Joe Navarro, Armando t the tastes of the most discriminating -
by Lastres (Nidel); losing' this year. The pitchers have. ., Al Papal. Ken Johnson and .
I (Stops At AU Intermediate
i Acevedo Arango two-base hits been Clarence Beers Dyer has two epicures. Those who PetatsJ
Rounds; winning pitcher ahead of the hitters all 610 Dln"al Street LEAVES KEY
Santana. Alonzo Pazo three- failed to get in on the chowder
Latres; umpires: Villareal I'I ; spring. Veteran baseball men : problems One is Shortstop Mar CEPT SUNDAYS) at I;" .'..e.k
missed Conch cooking
base hits Roberts Carboneil -
and AHHiry) ; scorer" : Castaneda; : feel it will take some time before ty Marion's trick knee and the .'party ,I A. M. sad arrive at Mi st *99

time ..t game: 2.1.SECOND I Navarro Arango; home runs: Pa- the batters 'catch up with the 1 other is the lack of a capable Whether at its best COMPLETEBASEBALL clock P. M.
CAME zo John Navarro; left on bases: throwers. Because of this you've everyday catcher. I any will be held next
San Carlos 5, Pirates 5; struck I year is unknown since the re- LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (ann
pennant finish: SUNDAYS) at 9:00 e'ctoek A. M. sad
San Carlo i suits did not to justify
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AMERICAN LEAGUE; arrives at Key West at fcOO ..-
AD R H PO A, i the trouble but we have been SCORES
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)Player L. Valdez 2; bases on : off '48 P.M.

C Valdez. HUntana. :3 0 0 1 1 1 11 Ii|''I Lastres 1. off Diaz 1, off L. Valdez St Louis- --__ __=.._-.....____47 2 48 York om. u.... _.. ______ ({\ __ 47New 1 told by many know that missed about it that
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rff 4 1 I 1 2 5 0 0,!i nings.. oft L. Valdez 4 in 5 innings Brooklyn ---_ _________. 1 Detroit _._'n__on- .. ..____--.______.-- 2 til President after it and was Party over Took Part POPULAR BRANDS of FREE PICK-UP and DEUVERY' SERVICE

RubrrUCHrrundez. ,, ; wild pitches: Diaz. L. Valdez Cincinnati .. ___... ___ i FULL CARGO
01 -- 5 Philadelphia _ __ _._ _______ u 5 Naturally the most and Cold LNSURAKCE
1 0 0 0 | prominentof Cigars I
l 2b 3 0 2 1 1 ,,,: ; losing pitcher Diaz; win- New York _______.___ 4 Cleveland ______ ._.:=__._ 4 the contestants was President !' MAIN OFFICE: and WAREHOUSE CM. ..*.. it Tnm* B*.

L. Valdci. rf-P 0 0 1 8 1 nine pitcher: Lastres; umpires: Philadelphia _...__.... __ .hie( ) 7 Chicago ____ -V5 G Truman who failed\ to catch a PHONES 92 AND H

Arnold: 3b 4 0,.Albury and Villareal; scorer: Pittsburgh no _'._ .._ h._ (tie) 7 Washington --.. -- .-. .._ _ 7 thing worth mentioning. Truthof Soft Drinks'I I
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2 Cars Stolen 2 Homes I THE POETIC SUWANNEE- RIVER BECOMES A RAVAGER I I'I Apply To Wed ,i Laws ... .... ll.itd wr re dw

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Broken Into By Thieves ]licence was filed S.lu. .d*y i in the ........ 1V1 atatirvi j Mak0..,
: Msvctt ekSTRAND
.: + 6s : I. = i iI .office of County Judge fUym nd
I I Boy! to Gateses ales,4 I ]R. Lord by Clarence L. Wi..... -
I 14, of 902 Division street Mid
1419: Pclronia 'street, announce I .....Ja.MdINMdww
ONE WHITEHEAD -'; Services TomorrowFor I the arrival! 61. a son weighing 81 Ann Griffin 37: of 1009 Divinon .ghnwtne- WONDCFWHO'S

Ibij 5 ozs, yesterday "at -725 p.lit street. KISSING HCH:

.: STREET HOUSE I m, the. Key West Muncipal, I NOW with Jiuw Haw

; Larry E. Cloe I : hospital. StortiM Tursd- "GHEE: for
Seeks DivorceA
bJ DANGER' Kids Slly Gray

Theft of two automobiles and : Plane Crash Victim i I wt 1| ,t_ .D. ?ht.Di. gs MONROE THEATRE
petition seeking a divorce .
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Dinning, .
PoJI; and-Mr Now at*.win* -CUADALUPE
statements that two homes were : Funeral services for. Larry E.I 169-D Poinciana, ,_Announce thearrival .-was filed Saturday in the office LA CHIMACA- Mam
of Circuit Court Cleric ROM C.
entered were reported today by '
Clot, ACMM, USN, who was of ,a daughter ;at 215 p.I' Tamayo sad Vicente Oroaav
the sheriffs office and the city :: : sar, ,, mSunday, weighing 7 Jbs.. 9 I Sawyer by Burlecs W. Wood
killed in an airplane crash in (Spanish Pitt- '
police department.Loss ;Jacksonville, ,Fla.. during a civilian -I OZ5. in thtl<5 'Key" West Municipal agairs" Norma Maxwell Wood. Starting Tue"-fi.. F F O ITTIEASMAIr

of a taxicab was reported | pilot training'flight, will be I hasp flat_ ..tTGul . o. J AD) Star Cas:
today by Herbert Betancourt a a"J JOHN
held 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon .. .
taxi driver, who told police ha Roberts (Continued From Page One
in the chapel of the Lopez Fun to
had parked the cab in Bahama : eral Home. I w Mr.. >and Mrs."; -Normrnon Robert, called by not only the word but

street and when he returned also by a wink, nod, or code 4
i{ Rev. G. Leon Wells pastor of i f Jr, 1715 Washington street, announce -
some time later it was gone. I He ruled that Lewis used a w
the First Methodist (Old Stone) the arrival of daughterat
Thomas Atchison. 618 William code to call his strike, by notify-
Church, will officiate at the serI -: 4:20 a. nx, yesterday, weighing
\ street, said he had parked a Buickin I vices. Burial will be in the family: 7 Ibs-, 3 ozs.. in the Key West ing the miners that the pension
front of his home and that it plot in City "Cemetery. (.\1- r-bulo) Municipal hospital. fund had been "dishonored.: "

was stolen. Police notified the Survivors include the widow. THE SUWANNEE RIVER, famed in song and usually placid as a brooklet is on a rampage. Pro- Lewis then used the wording

" state highway patrol of the loss Mrs. Juanita Cloe formerly,! longed and heavy rainfall along the Georgia-Florida: border has sent the stream surging over its {:1' Daughter_ to Laubs hers "honored" when" he wanted the

( of the cars. Juanita Loncs. daughter of Mrs..II I banks. This aerial photo of the flood water was made over Old Town. n... April 15. No loss of i I Mr. and Mrs.. Harold Laub miners to return to work.
C. F. Eckcrt 403 Whitehead Output in the coal mines u
life has been attributed to the flood but there has been much ;
Frank Loncs 415 Francis street property damage. Army engineers chef are'the
1224 Seminary street
advised Chief Deputy expected to reach 90 cent of
street : Clot will be buried with full' from MacDill Field. Ala. hare been ordered into the area to assist residents. 1 proud parents of a girl born per
Sheriff Moreno Wallace that a I normal production shortly un-
military honors. H? was a veteran . ._._ ._ !I this morning1 at 4:55: ,. weighing I
i purse containing $100 in cash a -- - -- '- --- -- ---- ---- -- less a new strike wave will begin B
of World War II and a mem- .16 I l Ibs.., 10' ozs. in the Key West Goldsborou
bond and several valuable :
savings I
I papers were stolen from his ber of Arthur Sawyer Post No. KWBPWClnbTo Key West Guard 'Arthur Sawyer 1 1 Municipal hospital I sentences Lewis tomorrow
28, American Legion. The Honor
j I I I is considering a
home.Eckert said that when he and ;. Guard of the post will fire a vol- I Elect Officers I II Of Honor Meets \I t t1'fJll'fJrrfJ'v Post's Delegates J lItIIIUIIIJJIIJmlllWUll"nulJlUllllla.l jail Goldsborough term for the fiery labor leader

J 10:30 ley at the graveside, with taps by The contempt trial of John L
his wife home at
Saturday came they noticed a- towel p.m.t ta bugler, and hold services.i Next Wednesday Night j| Off W etllles I( MEETINGS Lewis ended last Thursday
i i i Pallbearers will be selected i
the bed.
and a safety razor on
it but went from the Legion membership. Election of officers will occupy: The regular monthly meetingof ,. Delegates from Arthur Saw .. UlIIAIIIlftpiRIAWWW010111IIiltUhaW
They thought strange .
to bed without investigating fur- I I the greater part of the regular the Key West Guard of Honor Post No. 23, American Legion,YI To' Elect I. EATS New Kind I

Mrs arto one's meeting of the Key West Business of the American, Legion will beheld I, the Department Officers I

ther.Awakened by mosquitos Sunday and Professional Women's tomorrow evening at the Legion !, Panama City, April '+1-23: 1 ;, 'Jr.-Sr.'Highj Schjx$| P.T.A. will of CANDY '

morning.. Eckert said he Club Wednesday evening at eight ; Home on Stock Island. :; will leave Wednesday mornjng.: mcpmorrow at I p: p..m' in- the Loses 65 Lbs. I : Q1ookWINDOW
found window screen had Ixcnpuoc.hed I r Brother Is Killed o'clock, at the Women Club: j i h Capt. U. J. Delgado -requestsall ,' to attend the sessions. high school auditorium.
a house on Duval street. members to be. present Final I! The delegates are C. B. Harvey: School teachers will discuss the Wears Size 12 Again \ ;

out. Then he discoveredthat Robert Dopp of the Junior plans, for the installation of Post I(i Post Commander: Vance C. Stir requirements.for .graduation. Nnw fat all yon* to hare rat to the do orlicioua to taeugly

the purse, left in a drawer, I In Auto Accident Chamber of Commerce will also: officers on May t. and attendance lup. Post Adjutant; -Jarnes" Fj !,\Ejection" of..officers will also t new kind of canny called AYUx,. 1- : FOR NOOK s!

was missing. address the group.. His theme at the joint installation of McCardlc; Robert M. Daniels'; ": be'h$ d tomonow'lshL: 2HTO Ono W.1110 TUth lb.DrraMJ.Mile M, Chlc215 !'\ lost
Mrs. Sarah Curry, 415 White- Word has been received hereof will be one pertinent to the cur., the Tavernier post and the Marathon Arant T. Sjursen Sr. 1 Ih*.weekly far It weeks. with I s Venetian fefadi acctMh: la.
head street Sunday reported that the death of Dr. Amedeo Tra- I I the remarkable NEW AYUb fcoauty ol wiadow ljUehminite .
I ''rent "Democracy" program of post at Tavernier on May I I| Arent T. Sjursen. Sr. will serve'} Meets Wednesday Candy Reducing llaaand she DOW I YOW'
her bathroom had been upset by | ppolini, Elizabeth N. J, in an I the J. C. Club.Nominations. 8, will be discussed. :: at the Convention as Assistant I wear ear' 12 acam meat . sodwU.be!
Monroe County Council of PROOF POSITIVE!Eminent ,
sonic prowler. She later identified ,! automobile accident in Mississippi I for office will Capt Delgado states that plans :I Department Sergeant at Arms. I I II Parents and T dchen will meet i' pbvIKlansuiperwiwdclmical r v ti eWl..InTOte privacy ddfusalight.and
the towel and the safety razor : last Saturday. be taken from the floor and incorporated are being made for the participation President ; I and reprrt rruick and cafe IOM re khte veatilatioa.KEY .
I| Miss Gretna McClam, i iI %
Wednesday afternoon at 330 in rf 1to 1 pnunrls.! with wee 100 BjaFra.
that was" found on Eckert's I Dr. Trappolini is the brother with the slate pre- of the Guard of Honor at the I t I Auxiliary Unit will represent the Polnciana school. WHY EXPERIMENT
lof Bartolone of this elementary No N* laut WL No drnfS. Eat
I Mrs. Frank ., : etercne.
the nominating com- National Legion convention at
bed.Wallace pared by / the Unit iI i all you want. Abwintelr' Harmless! WESTI'
learned that a man i city. Mrs. Bartolone will leave mittee. All members arc askedto Miami on October 17-21, 1943. National Commander James j You iir.nir take A>'US befnre rnrafo' which

had been seen hanging around in t today for Elizabeth, New Jersey, attend and exercise their right ; i I O'Neil will be the principal' ,fcXp. nim str st If MONTHLY TOD utoin3t rot: 'Pew cally and curbs lose the weight appetite.Only The S2 H9 result far e a VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY

the vicinity of the two homes en |Ito attend the funeral to be held to vote to the end' that the organization speaker. ran:Xwfcn supply--pmaihly. acre than:yoo wJlneed.
I .
He is the man. I II tomorrow. Wives Tell 1 FEMALECOMPLAINTS .Your money: refunded m thr wry test hmU
tered. seeking 1
The New Jersey doctor is I may continue endeavor.to conduct -. Navy i I you fad to lose _hI. Come ID or Dbooe.At CALL 1042 for Estimate !i
its community nil eparfmeBt., drat cad hrnlthftMMl
J survived by his wife Mary, and I as successfully during the, coining i.!; Weekly Program i Parish : mtom !. Kr, Rent mm* ..I.ewhrrr. ,-
andi [ Sodality The Carlcy Co ("hica.Ki'' 1L
DEATH. DLOEALT : sisters. Urgilla, Dr. Quirina, I :: year as it has in the two previous : i t ti

(Continued from Page One) Mrs. Bartolone. years of its existence, club Comprehejisive<< Navy Wives !I lltltl CO11111i1Ill1OltBrakfUSt ; Art'011. troubled by distress of
I -- I program developed in Key West female function periodic tfisturt d4lu.
with existing services out of officials urged. :: ,I I nees? Does Ibis make you suffer 1 / vat Mwnkt
i Benjamin Felton] includes Bowling at the Sub- from pain feel so nervtntt. tiredat -
Miami. { marine Base alleys Tuesday. i : Sunday such times?Then so try Lydia E.
"Oddly enough, the P. & O. To Give Dinner : 10-12 a. n>.: A.R.C. First Aid' Plnlbara'a Vegetable Compound to
while claiming I I Membrrs\. St. J1"rStar of reliere such symptomn. Plnkham'sbas
Steamship Company, j Died
NCCS. 1021 Duval
Saturday at street a grand soothing effect on one world's
i that this competition would I This Wednesday ,., Tuesday 2-3:30 p. nu; Physical ;:' the Sea Parish Sodality and their ol ___',moat important orp".! the daily aewapepetTilE -

divert 'its traffic, offers compar- Ii S Benjamin Felton, 74, passed I Fitness Class at NCCS, Wednesday I I! guests; enjoyed a Communion LYDtA-LPIHKHAM'S OaCTlAll SCKKC H0H1TM.twn Ya wa roe touneIf ON 01

: 5ions tp' show the superiority ofIti'service away Saturday afternoon at 2o'clock A houscwarmme dinner will 1-1:40 p. m.: and the weekly I Breakfast served at Duffy's Tavcm .'. .".. tint-YNamed pasau in ysia cxnwwndp .n wend '= when

over that of the ferry, in his residence at 1114 be given by the Women's Auxil- Navy Wives Club meeting: at ; Sunday, April 13. The hope H P ,' you( nod new this.ekwpoats world-hide 0 fui4r doily rstf fl W+ar pops vtdetttondrq npu/anr..todDY'l ra wed tpMrash

at no substantial difference in ; Fleming sheet.I I iary of the First Presbyterian NCCS, every Wednesday, 2pm. that these breakfasts would s >n* nh"I-PlUS trlfStein ftI fa> feot\nS ea lemamo ed-.
cost } Funeral services will be hold 5 Church in the new annex. White i I"I .Among the most popular accommodation tinuc as a monthly affair yeas u5< muuc, roO,- wei4.easa .
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The" ferry would probably divert o'clock Wednesday afternoon in and Washington streets on and, information expressed by all. Membersand et Us Help You ....... rwa 1"- 5<<..", ...
some automboile traffic from 'the chapel of the Lopez Funeral Wednesday April 21, al.six[services dot' Navy Wives at NCCS their guests were: Mr. and Mrs- aewhstN" .ttet One, N-- Sn.etiaton 5.; MGa. U S.A.

the P. & O., because it would I Home. Rev. G. Leon Wells will I o'clock. This will be a friendly I are the sewing machines, which Anthony Albury, Hector Castillo. -1 SM rh for $I ikl f I tnctotsxj to $1 for _'mownT said IN The OvMlOA:
family dinner, and all members 1 1I r Bert and Mary Buckley, Dora i! Pln 'Y ui1tFloorsF. 0.S.fundil Ikwrca Monitor on*
have a substantial rate differential I officiate at the services. may be used every afternoon and r
in its favor."However Burial will be in the? family and friends are invited 1,i| the housing information which Medina. Joan Elbcrtson Shirley : 1Nom.. ,
I Mrs. Bernie C. Papy is chairman i Lieder. Marie II>dc. Elissa Mo- i j E.finrnllat Given
has .hundreds of service
with the P.&O. helped
i running j i
i plot in City Cemetery. I ; S".rc.ay _ _
at less than half capacity, I Survivors of the deceased in- f assisted by Mr::;:J. .E \Stcrj families. reno. Hilda Castillo Ondina Pita. >' f fX.phalt. Tile
I Mrs. J. L. Meneridcz'Mrs. Birdie Lou Lowe, Susan De- Rubber Tile
j ling ZON
State_ _
Director Eileen saidi
in Coughlin _
and averaging 10 cars per trip elude the widow, :Mrs. Lula P. ( a
I J. M. Whitson, and Mrs. ,C. G. Aida Soriano. ConchitaHcrrera .Cork Tile
1947 it is interesting to speculate -I' Felton; six sons, Benjamin Fel- i i i i today that there was a very great
McCraw. need for which would Netta Valdez, Bett) Lou .Plastic: Floor Tile
whether the ferry could attract i ton. Jr., Joe. Hamilton. Maurice i i i|
Edith <
a capacity load of 230 cars t James and Charles Felton I accept _families with two chil- Caring Stella Delsado. .Plastic: Wall Tile
: a ,HHhnwttdnmsIMNHNWadpu.lrt
luinsumun" I I dren. These families have pared Knuck. CBroadlelts.Capello THREE HOTELS MIAMI/ \' [ at POPULAR PRICES
trip or even one-half capacity j brother, Felton 13 grand-
per Joseph ; t I' I Wool Rugs I

r accommodations, considering the and superiorityof service i children children. and four great-grand- I Key West In i ii I I cancies a problem do not which meet.the Landlords listed va- Ii I .Acoustic Ceilings Located in the Heart of the City

on the S.S. Florida which go with i + I 1 requested to telephone 1192I SOUVENIRS Hardwood Flooring I RATES ? WRITE or WIRE
i Gone to list vacancies. I i ij' eFormisa for Sinks. ROO'IS 1
the higher rate. Color Blindness IsICalled i Days By i I Counters. Tables REASONABLE for RESERVATIONSwith

The greater part of the ferry'sm'enue ..t j PARTY FAVORSand Floor Sanding and BATH and TELEPHONE

is to come from automobile i ''AS. TAKEN FROM FILES OF i NCCS.Coll""illee j' BRIDGE Refinishings

traffic. This raises the I i Permanent THE CITIZEN OF Ford Miller
: Persians
question of the validity of the I APRIL 19. 1938 Meets Wednesday PRIZE ITEMS r Modern floors & Tile

polls upon which automobile poNEW I YORK.--TAP) Navy ,IwuiuiuiiiiinuniniuiiuiiUiiHuiiiiuuiiiuGiiiniiiiinm/ : I' 4!i Everything in TOYS to M I Hold, Hold Uolrl I I I2tS
tential is based. j study warns persons who were First meeting of the National
member EO-N.E.: 3rd St. 22S N.E. 1st ATC.
Albert A. Wiggin a
Make the Kids Happy HE. let AT,
of 166 motorists was: born color blind not to wastei ; J. L. CATES
"One out Catholic Community Service Operating I .. .
I of the graduating class of the I 30: Rooms 100 U. niElcwati.r .
polled by telephone., and one out, their money on so-called cures. I Key Weal High School in 1935; i Committee will be held Flooring Contractor I Kl.t..r: n' t'l'

of 359 Florida car owners was. I After 75 years of experiments. was killed on Sunday, in an I I at St Mary Parish Center on I TROPICAL TRADER l 1434 VIRGINIA STREET Solarium lli.ittd r' . "'

polled by gasoline station attend- I "no type of treatment or train-i automobile accident at Gainesville Wednesday, April 21, at 5 p.m.. ; 718 DuTal St. Phone 1000I PHONE 1599
1 dants. Liberal safety factors.; I ling has proved to be of real Florida. Rev. J. H. Johnson SJ... an- i I r I 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
value," Lt Cmdr. Dean I !
, were applied which lend an apparent says = nounced today. I
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conservatism to the re |Farnsworth Sight-Saving Appointment of committee
There to be little inter- I tI
sults of the polls. i i Review. The review is publrshed est absentee seems voting in Key j members were approved by His 1 I 7 oID1IIIIIDJ.HIftllflllRHHHlllmIIllRIIIIIIIIIRI..lllillllI.n.n..m.nmm.mnmn..n'.nn..mn..m! ..:BIUItttttr".IIIII_.!._.,.___,._._,.._n.mm.: 'liifltte9: ,
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Those polled were not ac by the National Society for the I Wet-t. That type of voting began !1 Excellency, Most Reverend I I AMIBICA'f OUTITANDINaUTIOAIDI I. .
quainted with the cxhoibitani;j Prevention of Blindness. I Thomas D. MeDonough. D. D., a
yesterday in County Judge:: .
extra charges for loading, etc. a1 tt;j I I: There are at least 6.000,000 ; Lord's office, and only one ; J. C. D., Auxiliary Bhop: of the : I : ( ) .
Havana of the lack of hotel acromtnodations '! males in the United States who I DiotCaC of St. Auzustinc .
ballot was cabt. I p ..ta
there. Furthermore : ..1| are completely or partially colorblind The committee includes E. J. :I a { .

the polls were taken when, i( Farnsworth said, and a ''I Several improvements will be !; Trevor. Fred Dion. Louis:: Eisner. #rti .
1 smaller number of women. ; Joe (I A
Pearlman. .
there was a pent-up demand foi r.j I made in the WPA nursery school Mrs. Mary Gra- s I f
The Navy which .
i uses many I ham, Mi -s' Marie Hartcl. Mrs.
ocean" travel due to the exigenciesof :' South and Reynolds streets, it i iI iI
kinds of colored signals, had to ,lat Margaret Mitchell Miss Elissa I -ti .
the war. .1 i I reject any color-blind man. So the was announced today. In charge Moreno. The meeting will be I 1 : '
t The possibility of a three: Navy was keenly interested in of the school are MISJ Bessie convened by Father Johnson. si i MOTOR fi' .
hour turnaround at Key West i s.:: Piodela, Mrs. Knowlcs and Miss f
the color-blindnes
| whether can See it nowl .
the critical factor in maintainin: Dolores Cuervo. .
: Numerous kind of
; be .
'a daily round trip schedule. Thi::' treatment or training have beenadvert I :.Leave Tonight/ For ''I 518870 elt's truly remarkable! You I .

schedule: depends upon almas''l ; -3ed or attempted. Enrique Esquinaldo;,; elected i won't believe it until you see it. : 1' .. .

ideal clearance and loading procedures 'j} Farnsworth aid a survey chairman and Dr. Jose C. :{State Convention: It's one motor that does what .

as well as tide and wca i showed that the best authorities Sanchez, secretary, of the com- 1 Mrs. Helen S. Schuck e; you always thought it would I .
they conditions. The record offers be- mittee that is arranging for the presidenti j
; | on color vision emphatically JuniorVoman's take two motors to do.It carries .
i club. and MI:' .
. no assurance that such conditions lieve that persons born with color twenty-fifth anniversary celebration I' you over the water at speeds
Betty A. Saunders incoming
will prevail. blindness lie cured the of the Domingo Rosillo .
cannot "by I
; that take breath
I president will leave this s your away
"It is unnecessary to 50 inUrihcr > use of diet medicine, training airplane flight between Key West j evqn- i .
; and it throttles down to perfect .
ing for St. g
/ Petersburg. Florida, I
May 17 is the day
matters--such as the Cuba 1 other treatment known t
or now
, othe celebration will be held. to attend the Florida Federationof 1 r crawling mile-an-hour trolling. .
truck trailer <) \
banning ca.rg science.
Women's Clubs' conventionto : It's the new MARTIN MOTOR

.. .which..inclusion point that to the the cconomn obviou c:; advanced by the Florida Nationalt Twenty-one-realty sales ere l' beheld. April 21, 22 and 23. !( a .. flood-proof, sputter-proof : Lrii :

of the project has no Bank of Jacksonville. made inMonroe County last -- I . instant starting. Its sparkling
soundness .
demonstrated on this r=c.: The company has a bid as ol f week. according to the deeds filed MY GUEST OF KEY WEST" a performance secret resin .

ord.been November. 1946. to convert th in the county clerk'i office. !i (Sing, Dance Whistle It) : a revolutionary new principle .

about 100 <.\ The plain fact is that existin;:, ship in working day i : mechanrcaconfroeJ; .
facilities for 155000.:: Total cost:: is est Three Miami Boy Scout t..psencamp ',: s' poppef voAresf

.ratrr and air handling transportation the presen[ timated at 3151562. When con- in Key. West from April C .."i:, MARTIN gives you everything : FOR HOME :

traffic and are there is no indicatioiof t verted she will be 475 feet i in I 23 to 25, inclusive. ALBURY and SON ..r. i you would ordinary expect :: or
length, 72 feet beam and ,
displacement -
a shortage of such facilities. of 7.700 tons. Edward A. 'Strunft,'i;:. president NEON SERVICE See '::;.: in an outboard motor. : :
OOConce \'ably. there may b B plus many highly-important COMMERCIAL USE
We In
She would Specialize All f
carry 900 passenger.S of the Key West Golf Club t : I
enough additional: traffic to support Kinds of Neon I'II(,! E, xckniv features. .
ha S and sufficient capacity is planned I today appointed Robert F. Spott- Signs R 0 L L INS i r
but its potential
a been ferry shown convincingl on three decks to carry 20 larc:e wood as head of a committee to ; and Lighting Stripping -JR.\1 !t I I. ..r',. .Irr I'rrfMtrrtl To Furnish; I..H N iJ/ :
not << y;; .
trailer-trucks and 230 passcngei r arrange; for the Key West golfersto for
upon this record. automobiles.c po to Miami to play in a tour- i .i IOLTUOAKD' S.. It fe"i, I II Clear.: I'urr ( 1111:' ,,r .HI: Miff: ) H K; -
should b -
The application I I II .
There will be another delayin ney against the Miami-Biltmore .
denied." the completion of the ship. Club. Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good I| HOARDS It'. beauty I

The Carib Queen which wa s and some officials here predict I STAR at I: Thompson Enterprises Inc.! :
have been used in the ferr:Y BRAND : ,
to ed that the ferry would note bE Today The Citizen, says in ant I
service, was purchased from th Outboard Motors Service Corp. tr.I I
put into operation for at leas' editorial paragraph: AMERICAN :
in 1945 for 170000. T ) :
Navy a year. The company will hav: "Americana: Being tagged as and CUBAN IN LITTLE RIVER :

date the company has spent to figure other ways of raisin g; I a great humanitarian for squandering : -Try A Pound Today_,t 385 N.E. 79th Street. Miami 38 Florida ,. PHONE NO. 8 Iffy W *T. rtx
U4 $783,366, of which $46=',000 wa 3 the money. the people's money." I Phones 7.33178.1013 78-7055 1 t
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