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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND HEAR DE GASPERI I''PRESBDEtqTMA Y 'John L Lewis

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._____ .4. . .. ....J*t CIly; Officials. Outsider Al-: Union $1,4000'00.1; II IIVICTIMS

1 Late Bulletins ';; 140, Appealing To Maritime .,,1. j

Commission ''
ToEuli.l
? tt : ; *LEWIS nuBS NOT GKI'I

rnr .Tae .t..ri.ird P.r.EXTENDS .... Of Solon
Support OF BOGOTA RIOTSOME
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The ferry to Cuba was still .
APPOINTMENT JUSTICE UEI.. KHC. j
much alive amon; citizens ofKey '
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W WASHINGTON President
West today and it J i is understood OMMENDATIONWASHINGTON.
Truman, today recommended the
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extension of' the term of David : that-a'movement;:U_ pn foot re t eTTa. A..a.tat.N'r...e
LSllenthaL atomic commission to: : AyilJudgq "

head to fire- years. beginning ofl One: .Enlist the support of U. T. Alan Ceidaheeoeig# ... /

August 1. t S. Senators Claude Pepper and morning at 18 ni'lensk. ei> p11

SpcssarU Holland and Congressman ; John L: Levels arf' Me e": IIIId I;
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CONSIDER STRIKE: George( A. Smalhcrs: and ( *Mine: Worker UMMO kL11Mi. ..

DETROIT.-United Automobile pM'Tr congressional: members bee pay $1,420.668. ate tel wlitkhI

Workers union officials met todayto fore the-Maritime Commission. t j is to be paid by Lrwfc peuaa..br. f
consider 8 strike against the .
Chrysler corporation. Two: To appeal directly to The United Sfcrtnrfound -...... teid. t

President! Truman'.for his supportof the- Dreg 'Ibor. Meter

RESIGNS PRESIDENCYSAN the proposal-bcfurc'the: Maritime I guilty bf criminal nmUi..Hterday Jb- .

x JOSE Costa Rica.-Presit CommfeionJ .which will and weiIN ttatil ... i; .
take knowni's! ; dCt" irn1 in the .
dent Teodoro Picado has turned l i morning to impure. MMi .iris 1 u. j
application of the Gulf ,Atlantic I.
over the reins el the governmentto i sentence.I .
insure .
t Transportation Company to .
Chieftain Jose Figueres. His a first preferred mortgage< I G.ld.bnrouc ti ratmfI "" MrtatlqI
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decision may have been forced bf loan. t: I I that Lewis' drfrwe M.*t M 4lsie

i th. presence of Nicaraguan troops If. G. Williams presidentof !" S 't p.I had been railed WM "riris l +Hi> t". f I
who crossed the border the CATC has contacted The added.. HM f{
.,. tJ\ n'Ih.toS'> city judge a t*tie fart
officials here asking, them to stayin I < been used! by Lrwliminors. ...1 181a
POLICE AT MILAN. ITALY. (top) struggle; to held back part of crowd.estimated at 100,000 per. i 10-YEAR SENTENCE the fight; for.the.loan. I

ftoiu M they leek points! of vantage in Duomo Sc iare. April 13. as Premier Alcid. de Gasperi. i BERLIN. Germany. Fritz It is known that Williams It II t Fl : GnId5bofoup........ .. ....

l *4er ef lb. Christian Democratic Party of Italy. spoke ia behalf of his anti-Communist slate of Kuhn former Nazi leader in takes the view that if the Maritime i the labor chieftain a jell ....... '

'candidate In Sundays parliamentary elections. Below is a general view of the huge gathering. ..America. was sentenced to..10 Commission i turns down the I but on advice el He Jt..sto lle. 1

Speaker* rostrum Is at left and Milan Cathedral at r''2hl. years at hard labor 'in absentia. request r)f the x-ompany on April partmcnt, he cniwnlVM!" IMI.l ... '

--- -,-- - --- Kuhn recently made an escape. 26 it can turn to other sources impose the jH tcctn. l J. 1
from a German jail. i; for the necessary money to finish s E; 1 Seventy-five tto. *.MH iI.rf ..
1 i the Carib Queen which will be 400,000 miner* wli..t-k-i gi Ire ; .
VANGUARD OF ELKS ; the ferry to be put into operation 1! work after the DMMV9VI plats WM
3 3I r, between Key West and Havana. : agreed to by Lewis foMnl toI AM liata
*. { Williams Is known to be planning 1.\1' tl'Ire.woly/ kHl/ Gal t I
Temperatures I up for theirstockpiles y. l :
1! to put the ferry under the . OF THE VICTIMS of rioting in the Colombian capital of I( of the nf n ae at a I 1
BEGIN ARRIVE of another nation. It won'tbe
I .7i30 A.M. E.S.T. flag Bogota April 9-11 are lined up along one of the walls of crypt |Ilow ebbs and another ..... i
Cuba; according to reports. within i could well the ....
I If in the principal cemetery. Th: dead are usually buried ptratyce!
Station- y here today. 24 hours in Colombia but sextons could not cope with the task 1 The federal >nlie hni .... ...,
t r City officials let it be -known I
CITY. 'ON Atlanta 51. '. of handling more than 250 bodies and they lay unattended for the criminal aeMtMr eft s.w.
FRIDAY to Williams that they would'ron.
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and the miner tIN Billings ._ on ____ _. 40 tinue their cooperation- sec almost a week. I
i I ninmn ham m" that the financing ''necessary to I - -v-v '_'____-r ; _ - Friday, he Is acheduied! .. II v \ .

'RI'clVill.Gca''UII' i B mark ____ . U1 OJ out the civil xntene ..
} = 30 complete fcrryywas. put
?7Y'. . ....... !.......... ..... ... ------=--- ,_d .. ;.. / T1. ; SPEAKS HEREFULLER Fi tJ gactieir 'A the itiaAestiv
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y. ilcrmiy On TIitirMlay. ;, I : .. .: \. .. 6.1 fclf ( get nec- 'T y9f .<1"' "-' ; of In Pcnnsylvnn who aM, *W'got 'a
1 1 Charleston 57 sary financing;, or support for the. I
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Contnl ion Slants Sal.. Marshall\ Plan] Chicago ..'_ '_ . 65 financing;: from the Maritime' i Vote Continues a dirty d**!l.

Corpus Christi _" 6Ij Commission there are other .

,unlayV .. i ,Grants Abroad - Detroit Denver _. 34 67 things(Continued that the On city Page!can Eight do to To Lead In Italy ;Dan MeCarty\{ Will l lI P

.. :: of the Florida State E1 Paso! . 53 I I
Elks Association, 'which is holding a 1 I I Ft.. Worth ,\ 63 /a1 T.. A._....... r.re.ROME. ... [ Greet Voters Here
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1lir 7 a. Aasiated Warning Issued( i
i its 1948 convention in Key Galveston 72 i I !
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20.-The Italy. April
WASHINGTON, April iI
West beginning on Saturday, willbegin Marehnll Plan's beneficiaries y/ere r .Jacksonvill 61I ; Christian Democratic (patty has i I At Hotel TomorrowDan
here About Absentee
arriving on Friday. I Kansas: City 60 I I *. ij
received 49
Frank listed !today as follows in ihs first I of the total vote
Bentley exalted ruler of _
KEY WEST 72
slice c.f American dollars to go i 1 cast I so far in the crucial Italian j .h .
the Key West Lodge of Elks I: MeCarty. compeetase *
Key West Airport 72r t
abroad: elections.( The Communists have ,' around the .tn.
and chairman of the convention r Los Angela 50 Voting By Judge final Swing r mbehalf
I received .31to date. .
committee announced today. i Great Britain $1,324.000.000 .. Louisville 67 I I Though tile non-Communist.- !i of his candidacy: far tw
Among the first of the Elks France 1.130.000.000 .. office of Governor will arwt
;' Miami 66 A warning was issued today to I there will be
to .arrive here .will be Cullen Italy 701,000,000 i I art; leading no ron the voters of Monroe' tawny .t
Minneapolis 40 there' who are going to be away elusive results until tr.mOl1'O" !
600.000.000 '! I La Concha Hotel W..fcM *
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U. Talton, Daytona Beach, president Holland ,. Memphis 65 from Monroe County May .J' z- :
of the stare .sociation. Germany . 500' 000,000These on | afternoon. April 21 1, starting at 1149 a. M.MeCarty .
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50
New Orleans ballots
to vote the absentee now
i Premier Alcide dc Gaipci Dill FalMka. vice 'pl"C3-
Partain. ;; appropriations are only New York . 50 of i
ident of the Northeast Division. d on hand at the office County }( was confident of final -.ru terms in the State LfftuMiirr
Edward McCullough. Pensacola the first to be announced." Norfolk 56 Judge Raymond R. Lord. i tory arid stated that the country I I during the years IW7-3-fl. wa
: OUr countries sill receive: Oklahoma City 65 'There are a total-of 173 can- vote showed that "Italy did not elected Speaker of the .Howof
vice president of the Northwest as
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their grants at a later date when Omaha 53" didates listed on the ballots. want to be bolshcvizcd. Representatives at the Mtf .f
Division. Pensacola ... ._ _ __. .. 70 'I WARREN. Democratic i '
Leo Buttner. Sanford. vice the moneys are appropriated by on 55 h Judge: Lord pointed out. "It is' The elections have been quirtexcept 29. the youngest mm in the Male
of the Central Division. Congress. Roanoke . __.. -- 51 obviously going to take some time j for the bombing of o residence I candidate for governor to obtain this singular ..........
president
JUDGE ROSS' WILLIAMS . .. I spoke last night before the citizens
Gerald B. Ludwig. Sarasota SL Louis 72 to register the choices of the vot- belonging to a nonCommunist 1 While in the Le viaturv m IW7
vice president of the' Southwest San Antonio 67 ers, so they better get in here Corn-1' sympathizer and the &:.1- ; cf Key West at Bayview he was one of the leaders tai Mk..
Division. : Woman Missing\ : San Francisco 51 early. The absentee. ballotingwill j'I tempted loot of an arms munition. Park. He had a hillbilly band House to campaign stitnmjiMij
Williams I . 42 with him.Wnrren.
Seattle
Edward O. Williams Fort I i ; Judge close in 11 days. dump in Milan. 1' I against the sales tax which njtuf
Lauderdale. vice president of theSoutheast : Tallahassee 61 Yesterday there was no one in I people were trying k* rata
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Division !r From Hotel Here I Here Tampa 63 Judge Lord's office to vote the Others through the house.
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Claude L. Johnson. 1'at1ahattt'IUUfft' , i Yesterday j Washington 55 absentee ballots. I';Naturalization i Following his visit to Key Wet
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I Ensign G. C. Kinney 3450 N. ', - I i i he will leave for M* lit

Chelftic J. Sencrchia Miami, i,, W. -A 1st street Miami repotted 1 Circuit Judge Ross Williams I 4 Exam This WeekA ; Appeared Last Fort Pierce before muotiq. ... .

.T1'rliIry. | to Key West police today that his, spent yesterday in Key West vis- : rigorous Itinerary. ,

Ho well. A. Davis Palatki. his- t wife Mrs. Anna Kinney, 22 was ting friends and rencwinacquaintilnC'C DAN MCCARTYFlorida's :, In ParkFuller {
at La naturalization examiner is Night
turiaii.C. her room
missing from the Island + r Two Fires Call(:
:> in City. (
O. Gabbcrt, Tampa tyler. Concha Hotel. Ii due to arrive at Key Wet to I, Waricn. iyom >cratic candidate -
Hilly.,Wlutrhead, New SmyrnaIVracK'oreanUt. lie said she was rooming with : The senior circuit judge paida Outstanding conduct preliminary natur'ilizilion for governor, was among;
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last seen viit; to The Citizen office examinations on Thursdayand Fire
Dolly* Boham and was DepartmentCity
(auidhhste I the speakers la:t night at Day-
A J. Mills, chairman of the at 6 b. m. yesterday. She wasricrcrthcd ing his busy schedule dur'l Friday this week. |I! view Park under the sponsor
|Itf'f.piUtity committee of the lo as' being 5 feet. 7 inches Then examinations will beconducted ;
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Tor him by local supporters. ship of Public Affairs Committee I
rat! ElkK. announ Td today that tall and weighing 142 pounds." Williams is seeking re election Will i Greet the Votersof as usual in the office ,: of the Junior Chamber of Com- firemen nwrrr-H twnfire
alarms last niahl.
thet! rKislration: of Key West Elks She has dark red hair. of the clerk of the United States !
in Group One. lie was first elected merce. At 7:0: pmthey wtTnrto cabkd
would begin Thursday morning.We I' court in the fcdeial buildmu. I r included. Rose
want to Ret: the local Elks I l I to the office he now holdsin Monroe County Williams Other speakers one Circuit the home o.' Wittiwm R. tr-

nut trf the way iii) the visiting _. William and 1940. _ _ Court: C. group Sam B. Curry and ter. 314 David street. whcrrin . lretah

Elks: and their ladies may have a :! tlWOOd S Place Fleming Sis ----- --- --. -- I I,1 fit 'Pf.A Palace Theater Harry Dongo. candidates for clerk a container eaught r.... Tlnttwas
full rhanrr on Saturday regis- BESHHBVCBBHHaWamKW' no loss.
of Criminal Court: Earl Adams:;
I Margaret Lockwood: and At 9:50 a.m.. they wenM
t#r"said Millf. ''SEALTEST 'and Frank Bentley. candidates lor
The registration desk will be NOTICE Come and See Why James Mason .. moned to the Seamen Bar lit
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30e : J CONCHA .rk of Circuit Court.
stet up in the Elks! Home in Duval.ICE CREAM.\ . pint I of "TflK WlCKFl(: ) !LVIIV Willard M. Albury. Horace Caroline strrrt. There was, M
aired s Open Till 10 P.M-Ph. 855!>> (1 I : t News and Shorts O'Brvant and Melvin Russell small Tire but no d nugrr
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The last businrskteossMm of the EXAMINATIONSApplications I ALL TONIGHT IS PRIZE NIGHT candidates for superintendentpublic
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;Cunlinu'ctl On Page: Eight)' i HOTEL instruction of Monroe
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FLORIDA County: Bessie F. Duvall. candidate suited.DANCE
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TO low Weekly Summer i i I >: Ul l for ihe position -_ : ; .T:;):)t \\ for delegate to the national I

1/1/ :,fI u- 7v IM'ilUWIIMRD !j Now in effect I! of FlItKMKN. I roiJCti-;: 1 SAYS ::: -onvcntnin of the Democratic J JPalty
TOMORROW from the 4th CongressionalDistrict.
I) M\ Tine' for Navy i'er.onurlCENTRAL Opp. BpsStation! IEN, iiiid' CLEKKTY1'ISTS. : -FOR SALE- TONIGHT. 9 O'CLOCK ilL 1

HOTEL (Wednesday. April 21. 1348)) "lJllll'sFROM 1917 Ford Tudor Following the; speaking refreshments MUSIC
AtBlJRY Application form; ami were served by War-

Public Instruction details may lie obtained' tit(, 1 Man. 191(1( IWil ( ..oiirliltl,* ren's local committee. br RAUL'S
Suprrintcadent. EXTRA CLEAN RHUMB ORCHESTRAHAUL'S
I from the Office of the ,S PHONE: 124HBOBI
\\V1WF 1 forGovernor" PRICE VERY REASONABLE
: Pine Flooring
Civil Service Board. City TICKET OFFICE

TIlUnSUI.UI.. 22 I i -at- Hall, Key Wc:-.1.l, Florida. I 1 11:30: A.M. I MONROE MOTORS, Ine. !i ALL AIRLINES I

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PAGE TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN 'fURSDAY. Ann. 2ft. 19.4'

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: il. Lu .st 'Qritiunh LATINAMERICADISPLEASED. :--. ..% WILL.YOU SMILE? ....7 ble mirror powder compart- I APRlfrsHOWERS By Collier TODAY'S '
I ment, manicure set built in, anda "
} jANNIVIDlSAKI&;
T'Bxeept BaIl4&y.br r rrw 1A .
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L r. AltTMA! ttw- ... FBblUker. There are twenty Latin Republics StenogVDelightBillers : hideway for chewing gam. ; AnwiM )
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,. From Th. CHI*.n Bnnmng- \ stretching from the Rio Grande, to .Cape use 7)V"iWIty) 1M1-I.k(-)>> F. Sauth.glaedfM .
.. Corner GrM and A.. Street -This typewriter .will Frogs and toads their eyesto ....... of his rav !lc
." 01117 Dally Newspaper*Xonrov CSwMY Ja Key. : West and Horn with a combined population of 133- revolutionize the industry help them swallow. The eye- Lis lhe.1fe. mtwamrr tawy.rid .
t I Sellers-How? balls are pulled down, 'and the ...swfek dID I. La wn at Pw
*..ir4 at Key W.... Florida a* second ciao matter 500,000. Billers-Look; at the adjusta _food is forced on.down_the throat. H. Y. Deal yet 'M 14* ;

MKUBRR er'THE ASSOCIATED Pagas! Since the Latin Americans threw off I ....'...ww....vwwwr ... .. ........, IpA d H. Cofctu.u < ,w.tederatu .
... The Asaelat.d.Pfut 1* elusively entitled toM the yoke of European colonizers, the des- ........ Cmrnu fu__ ,
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for d ctl 4i of all w dlapatchea credited
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and aa.Btar. .born ,in W..... ?
It otbvrwto rredlted In tbla anda nor
or not paper. Political '
tiny of the Continents\ been to- Announcements
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IM ta* local publlnhxt here. Cotwty. Ga. Dud Malt'nl.
sfBtcnirno BITES! gether, with the United States because of k .... ;
Ca Tear ., ,. jltMW its wealth power and population playingthe DEMOCRATIC, ; PRIMARY, :MAY 4, 19IU .117-.1. O. b.n l'.of1",.

...t. &.Moataa. Moatas ..' -. -...-.,. ., _L ,1,. X.7SMoath ft: O1hr predominate role. ........ ......................................................................._............................................"""- ................. y -... )..... ,..".. harp 1464. r -
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\; **ly .25 To some"'extent the countries of Latin :For .Governor 9 : "''For County'Commissioner .. JIrUcJ 1.1........

AUYPRTIaf1i6 BATES America look to the United States for pro- COLIN ENGLISHFor Fifth District AtI c--: ts.1f01. au... "*.4 _
t"j Made Kaowa'oa Application 1 I.... .usi VL R $..r h ., :
FBCIAti XOTtCB tection against outside aggressors, relying ,EDNEY PARKERFor 1i i i...li Atom,, Dill rfc 4 11ag ;
!j All readUr .01...... cards of taaaka, resolution* upon the Monroe Doctrine to take care of GovernorDAN )141J11111 M. Yor 'v,. f stet
.f r*.a.ct. ....It.a' aotic a. poems, .te. ,will b. MCCARTY ,1 i County Commissioner *
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New rt ir AMibBrf
.. aara-e4 fit at tba rat. of 10 rent a line. them. They have not always, however given t
.0 Nelk.. Out eat.rlatatneat chnrcbea from which Fifth District .. ...* CBI a- r.TIle.** .a.Is..t...D..derlrad :4 cents a line. much consideration to the security For Governor W. A. PARRISH ...Mst BS.. ..... f. |0a ;
aa forum and .n tte. dis-
1r esutra .r paklie ls...pea.. aid subjects of local or which the United States seeks in this hemis- W. A. SHANDSBILL : ............. ........
j .....raJ ....r..t, bat It will. aol pnbtUh aaanymou For Superintendent hosed. Now VMife ret ft.b w, MUM S
,.. ,ruweaakatl'aw phere. During our World Wars, there were ( ) t I s;
*t ftBUBt. N. fL r'*< (n ?,
many influences actively evident in some of Public Instruction rWI.i "
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Jn IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I the Latin-American countries. For State Comptroller I WILLARD M. ALBURY i -I
( wq EDWIN G. FRASER
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN The politics of Latin-America as a For Superintendent TODArS WKTHOAYS

P rule is very uncertain. Revolutions occur For State Comptroller t Public Instruction '! t..... .......... ;:

'4 o t. 1. More Hotels'and Apartments. with some frequency and governmentsseem (Incumbent) i I HORACE O'BRYANT IIIM If...(y.... 1 Matt_. Afros Jr,, Rite Ga-. ) t

wr' 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. to tend to dictatorships. In fact only C. M; GAY conpHMy- w* Af. HBWC. Osrt aMy f
II'.I X Airports-Land and Sea. '1 i i For Superintendent CMeBBJB BTi
one or two of the countries have anything 1 ) BfOdM t'
oJ 4. Consolidation of County and For Circuit Court Judge of Public Instruction ..... R.i.rt 1 O.arwa. Nra. ,
t NI City Governments. resembling popular self-government but (Group One) t MELVIN E. RUSSELL of r.u.....wy. .. f
.- 5. Community Auditorium. this may be, in part because of the ignore WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN York bare in M.w Y.,*. f
ance of the people and their inability to I For Member School Board Yeses ....
I1n.Mcafa.4isf. NalA f4wad .i..
For Circuit Court Judge flr
it properly carry out the duties of democratic Second District: .. 114AI awt/mefr.
.' citizenship.Since Group 7 (Monroe County) r GERALD H. ADAMS ...... d t1teM.r. Mahe It faN .,..
rI Incumbent
MONOGRAPHDear
.w. the end of World War II, there AQUILINO LOPEZ, JR. For Member School Board TODAY IN HISTORY Your Horoscope ...., E. I.--. .......... .
I ;..:. '' Header: has been some resentment in Latin-America j Second District: (Know America: ) .1 I' Maprr.r. Vied w ....

. Advertising In The Citizen Is profitable over the economic effort that the United For State Attorney ALLAN L. HAMPTON 1676-Historic Bacon's Rebellion TUESDAY APRIL 20, 194ft- on.'Y act,
; we even tell you ,the number of States is making in Europe. Because GLENN C. MINCER in Virginia-first military The general character of this day T. ...... m*...t, Dflr.aadveflifiehg
is independent and dominecrmc.Since A....ztt bsN. Loa
-- people who subscribe, to this journal, these countries badly need American as- Re-election: i For (Member School Boardf' America.opposition' to British authority in there is a tendency to dip .in o.c.... O1 ,> .... Ma

I -- not including the hundreds of individuals sistance for their economic development, t Fourth District: deep into mysterious thing, or 0... ......... M. aaflMl. c aarM.
. For State r 1854-Donald McKay's famous ... $ ........ .
who are, Its gratuitous readers- they look with envy upon the flow of aid Attorney JULIO CABANAS, JR. clipper "Flying Cloud" reaches perhaps to use various mean & bore Rl..dlQas.e
channels, to ,. Ala. M
n WEBSTER G. WALLACEFor uncommon pin your ywr* spa
(in other words, nonsubscribers.THE going to Europe and demand somethinglike For Member School Board San Francisco from New York in ends a proper appreciation may
record -Panama Canal of
3 3Ir ORACLE. a Marshall Plan for LatinAmerica.This State RepresentativeFor I Fourth District 90 days.pr days not be obtained from as.oeWteo rye but yUIM ttlardtt Uof \ Is $us
and there is danger of feMk
eenequen a f.olatm.a.yew:
was the main subject-matter in Re-nomination
ISADORE WEINTRAUB 1861-23-year-old balloonist, neglect by them. This will to rrcrive' etc rwatii to wst'
(the minds of the delegates at the Conference BERNIE C. PAPY j Prof. Thaddeus S. C. Lowe not necessarily cause much wor you are entitled
ARMY NOT BIG[ ENOUGH going on in Bogota when the revolu- For Clerk of Criminal Court ascending in Cincinnati to study., --... -.- -- ,. -- .-----.- - - -
M 4 For State Representative I 1 C. SAM B. CURRY air currents is carried 800: miles
tion broke out. Despite Secretary of State within. Confederate lines as Civil -
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Thebare, stark fact I is that today Marshall's presentation of the necessities MILTON A. PARROTTMickey I For Clerk of Criminal Court War breaks out and narrowly
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our army Is not big enough to carry out that required the United States to give mos HARRY DONGO escapes 1914-25 death die as as spy.armed miners

I) the defensives and offensives necessary if of its assistance to Europe the South For'State Representatives !f For Supervisor of and militia clash in Colorado. i, MAXWEEBustomDuHi
Americans seem to be unmoved. !1 1918-Germany threatens Unit- j jI
Things
should declares of O. WATKINS
rH ,. war tome Secretary r Registration ed States with reprisals if her I
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did not along too well for what is .
go being i !
a the Army Kenneth C. Royall.) I JOHN ENGLAND demand that Lieut. von Rinte- I
I called "hemispheric solidarity." ._ Eor Sheriff len's exchange is not compliedwith.
Undoubtedly, the statement made by FRED O. EBERHARDT For Judge Juvenile Court i
N the civilian head the is DAVID E. McCURDY 1934-The N. R. A. fines a New
of correctbut
A Army Children would be more religious i if For Sheriff ::1 I_ Jersey tailor 30 days for char- 4EflANBTfNjJLS: ) .

P a democratic country like the United parents practiced religion more in everyday RAFAEL H. FERRER t For Judge Juvenile Court ging 35c instead of 40c for pres-,

State is not apt to have an big life. FRANK O. ROBERTS sing. i
army
(Known
ax Mr.Grass and.Chicho)|; 1936-The Colorado National
M enough for war prior to the outbreak of : Guard put at borders to keep out NOW AVAILABLE!
hostilities. BIG WHEAT CROP .' For Sheriff For Justice of Peace. I poor and aliens from the State. i l' Marfr .f r.Pt *%!.** f Noe

I About the best we, could, expect i is to ALTON GOEHRING I First District 1941-Big forest fires rage I fret Ufa..f ft.M.J. e.k ..wu.-e...L als.I' .
It'4 'have .,. .{"Dutch-) ... ._. IRA r..., LlluRy ,. throughout' New- ",-Jersey' and' ad- Abe ALUMINUMBLINDS
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a trained citizenry ready and prepared Now that thetcrop reporting board of For Re-election jolh4 kt5te: t! ; I t! e

t'M t'w (lo expand the armed forces. These the Department of Agriculture has made For Sheriff I 1942 Corregidor shelled heave AraUoll i

men' must be trained for modern combat i if its first firm estimate of probable wheat EVERETT R. RIVAS I I I For Justice of Peace ily 1944 from-Some Jap-held 1,000 Bataan.American j' Tnm rfOxT EsUnatM{ nauvaaYt .-CH JUX

a they are to serve the, purpose of an ace production it is reassuring;; to know that II First District panes? blast invasion area of
For Sheriff PAUL BOYSEN France. I
r quate reserve.To the prospect upon the basis of present
BERLIN A. SAWYER 1946-President Truman con-
x carry out complete warfare a*I opinion, is a crop of aroupd 1,135,000,000 For Re-election For Justice of Peace fers with John L. Lewis on coal
1U. Mr. Royall makes plain the United States I bushels. .' I Second: DistrictMYRTLAND : strike's 20th day.

.!1 must have distant bases "sufficiently near This is considered short of the all- For Sheriff CATES as 1947-Steel pattern for settling agreement other hailed wage 909 FLEMING> STREET KEY WEST, I1A11 a !oA t

to the enemy for effective and decisivebombing time 1946-47 crop of 1,400,000,000 bushels JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD I disputes. f PHONE Ml

raids" and these must be guarded but is within reach of the second '. For Justice of Peace I! -
For Clerk of Circuit Court I Second District The British House of Commons ;
1 against attack by enemy ground forces. best production on record. Drapery Cornices
EARL R. is of of :
.- ADAMSFor ROY HAMLIN[ part a group buildings ,
Jh: lie estimates! that between '
300,000 and The wheat raised by American grow- which cover eight acres. two
fire >* -400,000 I'Oldi.would he necessary for ers is not only important to the people of Clertt of Circuit Court; For Justice of Peace miles of passages; 100 stairway

JoISt.(. each location. I this country but the size of the crop will FRANK- BENTLEY I Second District and-more--than- --1.100-rooms.----i i -- ___ u_ _ _ _
lilt; : There is point also to the statement i give additional hope to the hungry peoples For County Tax Assessor; SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN

: made by the Secretary of the Army, stressing of devasted areas of the world. CLAUDE A. GANDOLFOFor (SAM)

the contribution to peace that would I Sometime ago there was a differenceof ; For Constable
N. he made if the three democratic nations: opinion as to whether the United States County Commissioner !I':, First District .r
IWKii am M the understood First District RAUL A. CARBONELL
seas that there could .
was ship more than 4,000,000 bushels!' of
JOE ALLEN
Icatl3 a great( concentration. of military fire-pow- wheat abroad in the course of the coming I For ConstableFirst .

." ?'' rr in the hands of their American friend year but in view of present expectations, For County Commissioner CARL J. INGRAHAMFor District J 11, "

One must consider the statements of r it looks as if there will be ample wheat for i First District:

J our civilian military leaders and their military domestic purposes! !', including feeding, and J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER ConstableFirst :

advisers in connection with the pros close to 500,000,000 bushels available for For County Commissioner i HARRY H.District JOHNSONFor : G

fj ability of what will happen if war occurs. export to the hungry people of other First District: : a. 1 1 .
There is little reason to doubt that the nations. w. C.SUGAR) SWEETING'' First Constable -
District
.. United States will be involved in military C. FLONEY PELLICIER

A- operations immediately and, if it is to defend An executive is one who can do more For County Commissioner,' .tiLr n
itself and acquire Third District: :: For ConstableFirst
A control of necessary in a pinch than anybody else!' thinks he can. !
CLARENCE DistrictBENJAMIN
bass HIGGS :
A .. *. the nation must be like a fire department i J. PIERCE

,ready to go into action immetlately PRESSURE FOR U. M. T. For County Commissioner.' (Bennie) oj
< upon,the alarm. Fifth District: ".1

tf. BMMBMMBMMMBMM M Universal Military Training would WILLIAM G. CURRY i 1 I For First Constable District: i. I t "I

h WILL BE HANGED "destroy freedom, create a miltary bureaucracy For County Commissioner BERNARD H. WAITE i .,'tl

enslave the sons of plain people"and Fifth District: i For Constable 'I
A Japanese: Army Major, conviced of "exalt the military above the civil," HARRY L. HARRIS Second District 'II I

personally' arranging for the execution ofrteven declares Dr. Charles A. Beard historian. JOSE ESPINOSA lay

1A the" American fliers, will be hanged on j While not agreeing with the allegations For County CommissionerFifth For Constable
gallows. District
I of the Doctor : 1 Second District
we might
K pause long
Nobody likes the idea of capital JOE JOHNSON CHARLES G. PAPY
J. pun enough in
.. our thinking about this subject, --
Nhment. The United --I
States, as to
a nation ascertain the reasons for instituting
Kst should carry' out its duty to punish those Universal Military Service in the United

who were guilty of Inhuman crimes against States. Glenn C. Mincer I

M American military personnel. : Obviously the threat of Jacksonville 1t.W New Twit $21s ,
.' a new war : (
The idea ia not vengeance but to serve with the possibility; that Communism Miami 1.31 Cbae.,. 11.11 .

st in effrctive the' notici upon all peoples that if, overcome democracy, moves the people may of Y For Re-Election : I W. P.lm Beach 4.44 14.w ....... 1'n '
rtirsa46f war with this
the United -
country, States
to accept whatever risks St. Peietsbur9 $14 W..birNNwOC. H..1.
11 they permit Atrocities against the men in i there are in Universal Military\ i 1

our armed forces, retribution will inevitaly as a preferable alternative to the Training risk of STATE'SATTORNEY Tampa '.sa a.......4i IUS .

catch( up with those guilty.A defeat by the Soviet Union. ..eta Ift,besot.....ae.....i.,- .

Whether Universal Military Training 1 K..p river Mwr T..ib.r
famous' lawyer once said that the would bring about the ills decried by the i i Greyhound Bus Terminal cHATIR A t; ityl

three most troublesome clients he ever learned historian is open to question. In i ij 512 Southard Street at Bahama +' "s' ,
Veteran of both World Wars .
had were a former schoolteacher :
young lady who wanted to be some countries it have PHONE 242
. may developed a legislator and municipal judge. He
married
a married woman who wanted a war psychology but whether this was due has the necessary qualifications and ex- I
divorce and an oW maid who'didn't. know to the training or the make perience.
up of the individuals
what she> wanted..' I CO BIT GREYHOUNDt.
remains uncertain. (PaM Political AdY.-rtiin.nO

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tae fVXAl : Moderate to fresh north- i-.fcat-.j, .\ . VAtu ;a
: and wo'k'd6lhu
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MH'w...... .a. > w cads today becoming to cictirago cf.ic*'workers from passing through their lines. The ruse was,cflectvVhitff
ant wutherst
Wednesday
11ft collar -wrorlers failed to enter the plsn Friday b.t ca-npan clf-cM.. pried a cary >a*.. n.
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hey ew rily cloudy we-.tht-r law show.
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(Naval Base) prefect sot started too late to keep flood water tinder control. This sc':ne is A the junction of the
.fjKtcrn Standard Time) Ohio end the Little Knawha: riyers. Th water is 42.*3 fset. C.3 feat &brve' flood IsTcL In tw
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-t...JeiI-mWOer tad *pvbUc" Party leader Interior MinisterI ,
(center'. who controls Italian security, forces and SAP \Virephoto via Radio from Jerusalem)
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] CcmiouaUt blocS Ptotro Haunt (left). pro- I BURNING BODIES OF JEWISH NURSES lie in the road beside a burned.out and bullet-riddled
: ai1ar si a4 JM Socialist Party Luigi Lo..,. (center). ambulance after an Arab attack on a Jewish convoy in the Mt Scopus area of Jerusalem Wednes
..14'.. Italian CcmOMSBist and Palmlro Togliartl right' ). 1 day. Arabs ambushed the convey en route to the Hadassah hospital. At leait 34 persons were .
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Chapter 4 i The look in them' chilled Vince.It to the banyan tree at WaikiJd.1 sets ...*......._*...- _.,. ... t &..
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MANNLEY presided was the same look'he had seen the low rushing roll of AdrerU f._iww add".. rttt..e tIMe MM.. ....... .... '.... ....
SIMEON in the eyes' of men along con- He turned his head half M IBM** r he ...
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over at Kalanii like demned row when they knew tag to see the outline of Diamond t the rate .f S* a...w.rdd.....f.'aMR- l"e "iytrss iiwa to--'..
lastead be svrtloa. tart the .... .... ...t.... a'to...
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there hope. A Head in the distance ssie "
some demi-god leading the rev- no longer was any I wsrdS bsis r s
the flrrt 1 r .. Sword. ... he TM ...... .,ff' ...t
elry at Baccanalian feast. His bewildered. voiceless accusation. saw a face The rate tee h1..ktar..pp _....
a <.4
Simeon Mannleys face red- It was so ghostly that be refused aad .... ......- ch.a/e e. = _
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boomed the of
laughter length tae first li weeds r -
dened. His chair scraped harshlyon to be startled at first He
the table like tides washing a the waxed floor. "We'll have had almost accepted it as a wavering ,

beach. coffee and liqueurs on the terra reflection on an upstairs ..... ... ,
t1/Masi w
I. .. .. sr tII +t
." It command. All ....rt..... w -- p .,
was a window when it pressed nr..p..sibie ,
When Vince entered the vast pane -
I erect .f aria? M' a4.ti.imft. === : : 4
shadowed with its Tudor Only Vince overheard Sophie'svoice close to the glass and he saw the I N tan tsrw
room .si! ? _. ... .. .....
furnishings he thought only roast tighten with emotion in a flattened nose and darkshadowedeyes. i l..y .drert/.las t.r .... ... ...... eI .
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beef and Yorkshire pudding whisper. It was too indistinct toteD pan .f the .dretrlle'"-at w here
would be appropriate to the set- "Simeonr she cried "He said whether it was man or child and . . . . . .1. . .-- .- .- .- .- .- U- .
ting but he found his appetite Eric Broiuoiif""Come even as he stared in curious fas-
... $MslLGiuay
that an happened MALTRoutesalesman
my dear WANTED
equal to the cracked Dungeness cination, it vanished. ,
I crab the broiled and wines years ago. If you insist I'll "Something Commander -
squab discuss it with you later. Right wrong. . atad wrest ....,
accompanying each course. Be- !" It was Sophie's harsh whir driver. Mug ... fiat
mouthfuls he found time now we have guests and you are .. 1 ......
tween hostess. sent good appe.r.+xa. ..S.. lso6i Sosni7lsack
I too to study the other guests. I my After almost an hour of conversation per.He laughed guiltily. "I must behaving gent willingness to work a.for ..- ..ti ttatiues 1'" .
The Donovan held his inter- I Simeon suggested some hallucinations-thought I advancement Gaud pity. ..... Liven ....rt. is .ta
' est. Instinctively he knew they entertainment saw a face at that window." He plus comrni n. Call M per Olntr eater veil
were holding hands beneath the I "Sonia. my dear, you first-one nodded toward the upper west ... 111 .susi*_
table it would.have been comi- son. Cabrera w.......... Grocery iwlsirwe
: of clever little wing.
cal if there weren't also something please.your" songs "You probably did one of the aprl, ..H. I 11N..fee.

very pathetic about them. I Sonia Deveraux arose her servants undoubtedJ.y.It ." j
t The man had the expression of astray cerise chiffon gown swirling seemed to him that her reply Wool presser firrt-!> &. Lttt.tS- 1\1- .. II r gas .to.eaeairh
mongrel that has suffered around her hips in unnecessary came too hastily but of kick too many.It that the only explanation diatc crapteymant .
one flattery. "Thees ees leetie Parisian was
f. hadn't Top Pofnehma Dry a.ers. ...- C.x
was during the grapes glace song." she announced. there could be and she pay.
that a queer bit of conversation I seemed at all disturbed. He Telephone I.... ;
made his eyes and those of the struck a chord on a nodded and turned back to watch. aawt-* : .. -* hGC-fir
: others concentrate only on Sophie DUKE .guitar "he had Julia's body and wrists go fl.ri.P &.ftUat
Mannley. . brought from the game room and through the last verse of the I .
I lie had been telling her about Sonia began., Her voice wasn't song. When she clasped her hands Dishwasher. Weaver's. Phete.e
and bent her head in the little 9292. apr *-* :
his naval duty and knowing at strong or even very good but Jhe IPM Cahlersaa tr.'t :u ttcostt
the same time that she wasn't clever and risque and bow that is the ending of every
song was ....... Sit. Has heer
hula, he joined enthusiasticallyin
listening. Then she put out a expressively illustrated with GRADUATING FROM I'I.
thin hand to stop him. Sonia's- long tapering fingers. the deserved applause.It tit s.ripwtesNApril.> J HSouthern
"Excuse me Commander thereis When an encore was indicatedshe was then that he became HIGH SCHOOL ........ Inn
something going on at.the oth- sang it pointedly Vince. aware of Luki standing behind THIS YEAR? -1 r .tor*. IhwaiMua at +ar]
er end of the table that I must He felt.blood surge to his face him with the tray of empty You arc approaching a bar decision --
hear. Oh Duke!" she called, and heard Mannley's low rumbling liqueur glasses. The Hawaiian What field will yw enter .1!I ti.rl caah ''p' ZSarf.

"What were you saying?" laugh. "Look out Bonnay there's, stood the transfixed flagstones as though and in rootedto .his when you get your daphMwa? ..... thrl.ic IMS. r Ise tiBar. is
Her expression was suddenly when Sonia eyes a man Will be able to to college -
intense and demanding, strangelyalive. hell to pay!" liquid eyes was an expression of you go I I --. ttte+e c.MItrra. Write
Sonia made a face at him and such longing and melancholy that ? Pefore you have to decide. MM Division &*.<*<
"Just telling Simeon about a sat down and was followed by the naval officer almost submit- take a look at what the!I ...
Honolulu newcomer,-Eric Bran- Duke doing adroit parody on the ted to the urge to put out a handto i I United States Army offer*
hula. When clapped ,for the Islander and say "Look
they
school graduates. i i
son. 1 I high FOB RfiKTlorne
here old fellow, why so home-
"
hulais
-A-a newcomer? more he said "No. the true Technical Schmil
at her beautiful symbolic dance. Are sick? You'll be going back again The Army's
Duke looked surprised a
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Interest "Well he was there about you ready Princess?" next month." Plan provides the opportunityfor 4-barest... lwac.hM h.....
forty-years: ago, but not again Vince hadn't seen Julia quietly Perhaps if Vince had spoken you to become a speewIM'I M M good tIit'IdMI
until last month. Very wealthy, leave the group. Now she .reappeared it might have altered the night- ,. in the field of your own etwee. far period o4AprU 6
made his money in Canadian in "a.. complete hula i marish sequence of events that Moreover youll receive goad hart IMh.affirc JuhasefJ
wheat. plans to live in the Islands dancers costume ,with red be-! took possession of Kalanii dur- while you're leel'l Rg. To
'
Ever know him Sophie?" gonia blossoms tucked in her ing the next week. Anti possibly, pay dtw.ew.l .
now.
Her face had turned the mot- tawny hair and flower leis at her just possibly, Charles Lukilano learn a skill and get ahead I
tled gray of overcooked oatmeal neck and wrists. Her hands began might have lived to see again the. visit your nearest Army and Btriw..s (Oil
weaving in the slow undulating smooth curved shoreline and dipping Air Force Recruiting Office. 29 i hl_. dvwn5i.it ,
I'm not sure. I thought the movement of the dance. She was palm fronds of his beloved N.E. 3rd St, Miami 6, Florida. Cft1AKioe. Phuoc ilWe
Eric Branson I knew was dead. flawless. i homeland. aprI93tacktA1SITUATION
Sophie's eyes turned to Simeon. It transported Vince quickly (T. V* c..u.ari) I -

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j Douglass High !t Doing I N.C.C.S. Painter ed. Phone wants work.1545-M.Experienc I el btishi. ... AlUnaa.S .

Concert TomorrowIn ; at the 1021 Duval Street aprl1-3ts
I I S oranv spate .\a.lab".
ARMED SERVICES DEFENSE FORCES Brick Onrene for .
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- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Bayview a k Y.M.C.A. i PROGRAMvinimninuuiiuiruiunuimiuuiiuiniiioiinnuiiBii' niton or oMnmemai. 7isfi.rRt.4i.R .]

I j Jackson Square. Whitehead Phesie" JII.-- .J
: [ and Souihwd Streets I" .,.-, ADVERTISING SALESMANA :
TUESDAY
a Following is the prograttfbrthe long established nationally
Douglass School Choral Club 4 I1mmiun' iii"iewi uiNnilnnnWuiwwuwuWns" ,r 10:00 A. M. 12:00 NoonNavyI known manufacturer of exclusive

lo be given in Bayview Park to- i II Tuesday Wives, Bowling at Submarine top line advertising calendars I| FOR RENT-XtOOMt

morrow night 8 o'clock: j :30 P..M.Little Theatre Group I Base. and specialty material has I i
I Chan reasonable
aary room
2:00 P.M. 3:00
Steal Away: Standing in the Need | rehearses; Ping-pong; Shuffle I P.IcLNavyWives an immediate opening for a
Can attar 4 J s 513
of Prayer: Down by the RiverSide | Board on the Patio.Wtdntsday Red Cross First Aid really capable salesman. This pan.
c-. : I Know the Lo'd's Laid I I Class at NCCS exceptional position represent head s4r a(, opposite

-His'Hands on Me.TraditionalCHORAL 1:00 P. M.-Fishing Party: Naval I 7:30 P.M. 10:00 PJII.-U. S. Naval a rare opportunity to well recommended li.tie. apt
CLUB Hospital Party, jointly I
Hospital Patients. Joint Program man in your area
Honor Honor--Johnson. YMCA. NCCS. I with American Red Cross who desires a permanent, pros- FOR RLNT-APART7 J
LOFTON BUTLER I (2nd Tuesday).
8.30 P. M.-Ye Ole Country Par- perous connection representing
Git on Board, Little Children- ty, featuring Square Dancing 7:00 P.M. 8:30 P.M.-U. S. Naval this quality line. Wnte your Furnished apartment, 3
Work Hail the Crown-Bron. Hospital Entertainers and bath. Maid and
; I Virginia Reels. I to qualifications to Louis F. Dow
CHORAL CLUB 10:15. P. M.Werner Roast on the Wards (3rd Tuesday). Co., 664 North Michigan Ave..) service, linens todfurntahed. u
No Hidin' PlaceTraditionaLGIRLS' Patio Grille. WEDNESDAY Summer rates
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GROUP 1 Thursday 1 1:00 RM. 11:00 P.M.-Billiards. Chicago 11, Ill. apr93txFOR al Hotel Apartments, oppi

Home in the Range; The Crazy I 9:00 P.M..'-Dance.' John Pritch- Ping Pong Writing. Room, SALE OR EXCHANGE30ft Putt Office. apr*
Song. ard and His Orchestra.Friday Showers.
BOYS' GROUP I 12:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.-Hospital New efficiency apartment. :
Intcrnussion. 8:30 P. M.-.Tourist Nite at the' Patients' Fishing Party, joint cabin cruiser. Chrysler only, no pets. $M.M per isul
As Torrents in Summer-Elgar: Y," sponsored by the Chamber program, NCCS, YMCA and Power toilet, live well. fMli Phone 31$. april-
By the Waters of the Minncton- of Commerce. Refresh Red Cross. box. Will consider late modelcar

ka-Lieurance. I ments and Entertainment 7:00 PJH. 8:00 P.M.-Boxing in trade. 12-B. Navy Low- : Furnmhed apartment adults">j

CHORAL CLUB Saturday Training, PAL Equipment. Cost Housing Project after 5; 392'1 Parker Street

Homing-Del Riso. I 8jQO P. M.-Movies. 7:00 P.M. 8:30 AL-Sewing P-m. aprl9StxLots i aprll
JOYCE EDWARDS 10:15P.M. Second Show, fea- Class Navy Wives.
Some where A Voice is Calling announced at the Club. 7:30 P.M. 8:30 PAL-Spanish near South Beach fur late it FOR RENTAPARTMENTS
Tate. Sunday I Class for Beginners; Miss model car. 512 Simonton. t OR ROOM*

CHORAL CLUB 9:45 A.M.--.Java Club, discus- Remond, instructress.. aprl7-6ts

sion Group. 8:30 Pit 11:00 P.1LDancing.THURSDAY For summer CM vt.r r.>ond car
Bogota, capital of Colombia is 11:00 A. M.-"Go to CHURCH FOR SALE-REAL ESTATEFor fort-ElfM-H-iM-y 1 and 2
hemmed in by a ring of 10,000- I Parties."
9:00 A.M. funus**
5:00 PM. Sewing resist *p rtment
foot mountains making the city'sland I 3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour, selections Machine Typewriter, Writ- any kind of property in Key COM, ctean. quiet Adults gal
approaches as difficult as announced. West be ,
it home hotels moteto SimuMo
ing Room Showers. South Wmds. 1321
those of Lhasa. Tibetan capital. I 9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour on FRIDAY or business locations eontaet: apr7O1IMCELLANEOUS

the Patio. Community Sing 9:00 A.M. 5:00 PM.-Sewing Paul Boyscn 626 Fleming St.!
MTXMIN FIMJEll I Piano.ing, Beatrice Moreno at the Machine Typewriter, Writing Phone 153. apr712txLot i I

t -as 10:00 P. Room. Showers. '
M.-Coffee Hour. SATURDAY 5 and WI s Lot 4 of Block It. Dr.kiIICSpcuillue m bu)
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Camera Club '
meets each
1:00 KM. 6.00 AVe. E. 75-foot front. Price AJtcraUor
P.l\L-Picnie
and girls' cMoing
Thursday at 3.00 P. M.
G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Service I Fishing (sign UD in advance), $1200.00. 820 S.E. 11th Court.:I I MinUtlte't Dr M Shopnr.WiMhcrs I
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
SUNDAY n.. St. 8aAdf.1 -
( Organization), every 2nd i ac
and 4th Monday. 10:30 Alt 11:30 A.M.-Com- aPcl2lttxi I

Game Room: Chinese Checkers munion Breakfast White inns vacwtaes &
chess cards, ping-pong, pool, Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base FOR SALE-USED CARS I.1 laner....... O'erepPh..
writing desks, library, current (2nd Sunday). I .1.I' .
magazines various table games 1:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M.-Fishing I 1940 Mercury good mechanical
etc. Trip (sign up in advance). condition. Reasonable. Quirk Fee gwrearisl Jill Ut4"! "? .

Showers, tennis rackets golf Information services, housing sale. 527 Fleming Phone i ors Fne...ih..1eC

t. clubs, fishing lines cameras. city maps. 306-W. apr 19-31s I' John Carey SIS Marg ret S

checking service film service, Religious literature, library, I Phone 11. apt 1I
ft mailing and wrapping packages. telephones, stamps wrapping and 1947 Plymouth. for-door special .
t: de luxe. Beaumont, Cabin 16. I .:; I.,
receiving messages phone booths. mailing packages railway ex- Drafting and JI stamps railway express service, press service, laundry pick-up- Key West Cottage Court, Division 1 graduate aichittiterwrs. 't .1 I' .. :-."

I I available to SERVICE PERSONNEL available to all defense forces I Street. apr3e-3tx I ........ ........... ..Innh..it i
.Y and their families. I Hobby .\....- litu'1
I I i Lesleigh DavisDirector.. MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, 1937 Studebaker overdrive. heater. Phone IM-W, ">,,Z6.11'
r # Gerald Pinder-Program Di Executive Secretary. 2 new tires. Must sell. 'I - -- -- -
< rector. MISS HILDA CASTILLO. Leaving town. 152-B PotncwiM i LOST

J Beverly Buchanan-Secretary Secretary.! Extensionnapr2631x -- -
Doreen Cruz Information 1 I I Lady's wuh Iht*
wrist ur
Desk Aide. Maine is called the Pme Tree FOR SALE I II' l Street. bHwtvn bisrih alSouthard.

1\ % State. I Friday mormiujwrd .

Make your eyes look large I I' Large baby carriage, good twaii- ,, rf returned U- (keen V.
., by starting e>c shadow near the There are about three million tion $25. Also camera. F.. Cottage N., 13. .uprl >
Si \\'u"pbot. lashes as on the middle of the miles of road in the United I lens with case $35. Perfect

DR. MARY S. SHORB (above). upper lid." Then draw the eye States. condition. Call 1393-W. SiRJlrift' washing machine.celtent &J

University of Maryland scientist shadow along the edge of the lid 'I aprl9-3tx eonditivn. $90 It**

was one of the collaborators to the outside corner keeping it FOR SALE 160S-R after 5pmaprli
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in the discovery of a new sub close to the lashes all the way. Plumbing supplies* completestock. \'JS tJ1i
stance tentatively listed as Blend it in toward the outside White outside paint white enam- : Plastic tile, paints and I -

Vitamin B12. It has proved in corner of the eyelid and cbrow. I' el, $2.75 gal. Doherty & Co.. brushes. Murray's Plumbing Fender skirt from 194 bl-t'k La

tests lo be 8,000 to 10.000 times 846 Olivia, corner Packer. Call 1532 N.V7. 62nd Street Miami.j i I coin Reward. if returned t
more powerful than previous I The wolf spidct. only about an I 1597. aprlO-tf! Fla. Phone 7-3421 aprl-tf I I 1 27 Eaten Street aprlt-H
I inch long, often t carries its young I I

treatments for pernicious anemia ,I on its back until the can fend Sacrifice diamond engagementring. Motorola auto radios to fit all cars II I Lady's sre n hating suit w ref
blood
the
disease that +I for themselves. A brood will I Reasonable. Call 1382M, II from $42.50 up. Completely in-,, ped in towel near North Beat
I strikes 50.000 Americans an i 1 I sometimes number as many a-: 12 Noon to 7:30 PJU. stalled. Bridge Radio 658 NW ReM CaM Its Me Whet

nually. one hundred and twenty-five. prl7-3tx 5th St., Miami. mar2-t-lmoJ j Syut
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S f 4 .. t nrtaln product or.::-::.:: ooododIHIS DIRECfORY WILL DIRECf y fl i
f f B1NNV'S"1f"TROp: cAL" TRAD ri" ;, WII lE O BUY om. and thus is to doubt baJ u -

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711 DUVAL STREET y PHONE : - = '
909 Sintonton .: : .' : ':: 1 WE REPAIR ITI! : : POOR OLD CRAIG
: : Ownership Management St. : :: Nice Selection of GIFTS ,and\$OUVEN.lRSs : : If .I t Is EI"ctrl caJ. W E SELL IT I : : : .

:: of BENNY FERNANDEZ :; : Plenty of Action Toys Soc'the; Children :; :: We Will Call For and Deliver ,. WHITE STAR : : S. S. :

a : ..: 'iiF AST.. 8 to 11 : : Electrical. Appliances Repaired .: : ('J7,_ 30 Tan'. E"per"ace: ID EIectdcal Worn ; CLEANERS :: .: I. H. BRADY. Maoagsr PHOIfE IU&; .:

I :. eLUNCHEON. 1130. to z.: ....."........... .................................. :: 211 Duval Street :. Marco Mesa. Jr_ Prop. : : Francis and DlYiaiaIa Str'Mta ..:,: i
: eDINNER. to :30 :; :.......e...............-......... .............. ;. :ELECTRIC TEUPH01I1!:. Q ,. 70' DUVAL STREET : : Tires Tulles llauerieo. Auto Accessurles : : t- .

:I The Dent of Steaks .. HOME\, ; SUNDRY STORE : .:.!'...."......'.. ... ......................... : 12 SIMONTOn- STREET: :: !... .....-Yom.....PURE.....OtL...md....CASOUNC:.........Dq...........:;
4 : Short Orders-Sandwiches : : ;: ............:...:!.... ..:...................... Dry Cleaning; ; :.a..i.' .............-... ..
.. At All Houn "
' t ;" Try- Our Frozen : : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. 'I .: _PRITCHARD I .:, ;: RUSSELL'S : :: and 1'resin:: AUTO AND : t
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: TROPICAL : : Tour Patronage Invited"Ice 24-HOUR SERVICE TONY'S
DRINKS
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'. s Free Pick-Up andDelivery SHOP : '
BODY
' t" c a.e 'Open Daily: rand Sunday. :',: Cream -Proprietary Medicine FUNERALI : Service -I
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I' ..:' ....8.AAt... ta Midnight ; : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies ;: : : :: DRY GOODS : : SUITS for HI EN ; 60S-C5 GREENE STREET :
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(4 Toilet Preparations and Articles I HOME : 1106 OLIVIA STREET .: azulVOJIEN : Aulo I Painting S45K to 'SS00 t
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PHONE 373Socializing t t
::I. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeGOMEZ .- ............................................. Let Those Serve : : : : 282 BODY and FENDER REPAIRS : t
;; : : ? : Who Serre Best ..................... ...........................................: !

......J :. : : MUMFORD I and ROSS I I220 .j WE HAVE NEVER : :: inWomens : ...................... :............................................. s I
: : --- DUVAL STREET : I BETRAYED A TRUST : : CAROLYN Bf'tUTY : i :

FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors forCarrier . WE NEVER WILL : and i : i
IIU..111. no DUVAL STREET : Air-Conditioning : 55 : : LOPEZ : ; Overseas Hotel 313 FUmiag St. : ,'

\.;:;:(: .: Jut mile Furniture : : Ambulance Servicef :. ChildretfsApparel : : : DONALD BARBER : : 'I,
, for Domestic and Commercial Use ; 548I Funeral v We Specialize la
yttt HOUSEHOLD( [ ; : :f Telephone : .; ServiceEstablished a
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tiny t : FURNITURE .....................PHONES.....................31SO....... I Never Sleeps : ; ,: : 188S Scalp Treatments Hair DyeingPhotic : =
I .!i Plastic Inlaid Coo.';. ; ................................................. ::.........;.... .....i,:...........a........: : ; s. 175 ALL Tura.ranluMR.T; ot trRtR.lt:1YARR.cetitra .:
-- Axminster Broadfelt : ............................................ LicCll& Funeral ............................................. t
.Itr...' : RADIOS :. : BOTPOIMT Electric .: .: .. . : anti ............................................t ,
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I "Terms Arranged Disposals.: Washing' Machines! for Immediate Delivery 5 .; Licensed, :. ; in. All Branches F :
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OPEN TILL fcCO P.M. : ; : Ambulance: : 1 hoi ought Experienced ZJS.
: : MON. and SAT. : : HOME APPLIANCE i : PAINTING Contractor : ; ; Operators, I :
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tae .: ... ..............: 605 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 : : : Service! ; Soft Water U: d Exclusively ,
.Ill s ss :... .......................a................... FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK: GUARANTEED '. :; Phone 637 536 Fleming $L / :

..................... .SSSSS55S555555.................................._ .S Telephone 9127. 114 Duval Street.Jefferson- Hotel : +..Phone.....135...-..Night.....696...... /' .!
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:: PRICE TOURS :: : THIS SPACE AVAILABLE I When You Want FASTER, BETTER ......w.........r...... ; 1'O""T Cuitomcrs* : Friends and the PuWn.Salon: Invited ,

'n. i PauengrrRrprraentatirr : : On A Monthly Ittisis at . FLOOR SANDING Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. Frances Beauty
Owner
satR'. On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE Frances Park. ,
.". : : A VERY LOW COST Guaranteed 'Work Modern Methods : 1010 GRQfNELL STREET ;
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: fa* : all its Phssu
Culture in j
.: : For Further Information. CALL Sl. .. Ucauty ,
CONCH .
SHELLS .
Manager. TREVOR Pennonents Scalp TteataMaHFacials
: FLORIDA EAST : or Seethe Advertising J. DOUGLAS .
: ................."..............".""..""....... := I89. -Harris Avenue Phone 1374-K All Sues Shampoo MaaJcurfogFor
Ht : COAST RAILWAY : .......... ............................................. ...................Appointment..........Phoa.13ltN ...............i
! : K Located Heart ; ..... ................................... ............................................ COCOANUTS t......... .... ..... ............ .....
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Save 20% i i ;
... : DR. COBO'S on dwellings, Fire Insurance. >.:\Lanikcapiiig,Marl\ an<}Top Soil SPONGES arsons IiUESOCAYO .. :\ :

.1t.at .: OFFICE : : mercantile bldgs. house or INSURING with : .. TOP SOIL.$5.50 PEE YARD or, $1.00) PER.SACld ; BEAUTY SALON S
rLEMllIG STREET ; hold and personal ? .: , ,. MARL HAULED.::t= $5.00 for 4 YARDS : I Will Ship to Any Port Iof ; Southernmost House in U3JL" ,
Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : :
Bw of L. Concha HotalPHONE :. .: effects. Also, Lots Cleared Spread-Very Reasonable; UJS. or Canada ; 1400 DuTal Street Telephone 1314", ..'. f ;
.: s AU Policies Non-Au.uabl.. .: t .' : : Marcy'S'. Palacio I I j .Expert Hair Tinting Hair Cutting I.
124 Mercantileon : 'I! E'iMat' 1021 Olivia St.PHONE . Personalized Permanexxts. StylingV
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. ......................! '.. Stock / L. Crusoe 1,Agt Phone 674 : p tVJ I.GI 801 : 401 South Street I .Corective Facials V Z7" J I .:

1 s ...................................:......s.....:. ;..........;................................:! .:...KEY....WEST.......FLORIDA........: ,....*..ExclusiT........but..Expensive............*...\.-.............. .
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...................a*. :........... :i. : .....................i ................... ....... For A*Mora* Natural eee. ;
: : : B CYCLE SHOP : ;: JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP : : _ Hair Ttat- : .:
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5l : Iliilo the flue to the :. : ; : ,111 DUVA&. STREET j REAL ESTATE | : lag or FUteatla ;
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l} CILl'COURSE( : Sunday, : : Penaaaettt J
Open Uai1yand :
: 822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 ; ; Sales} : ., Waves . .
to A.M.COMVPLCTE : : i : _ _
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:. : ,d us )man Motor Scooters i s..Jf'; Dinners : I Appraisal Leases II : z Beauty :

.Vic 4 : : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : f : :
wr Also A La Carte and Sandwiches Rentals : I IUl
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: : BICYCLE m Colony -.
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mq 1 : , Rental Service ..............REASONABLE............PRICES.........-.......... I. Management Southard :I
; S Buddy Seats : ........... ..............................e Properties Improved in and Vacant e : Street :
.:. TAKE : Key West J
.NIIN : : : : and k Next" to Sowikernmost -
. US Parking Flags -* : : Monxo County *
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: Nat e y : NIJIAINCE : 5 J. OTTO Y School Beauty :
; : N the r : WindshieldsFoolrests y :. :; FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS I 5J ; All Lino.sda :
I KIRCHIIEINER
GOLF ; : :
:. IdI1KS .: : : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE. REALTOR J; a BeautsdaaaSpecnbswq&.. *
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i iIf .. : Also DAYTON BICYCLES e and :. ::: K eyes t I Insurance (o. j 919 411 Whitehead Fleming Street Street ;J r ; Most..Modern.. of : l
: Have Fun! :
STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL 318 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1371 : Phones 124 and 73 -R : Beauty CWtweILLY

WEST> GOLF CLUB ,................................................:. : Directly in Front of Postoffice : .:........... .-... ...Telephone. . 206 for Appointment............:
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. ......................t :5 BICYCLES I REPAIRED FOR Ae!RENT :: [: BEAUTIFY j i INSURANCE :: it. Good Work-Low Prices t : s

.. WASHING MACHINE ; FOR SALE _. ; ; ; Daily between 9:30 A.M.and 3;JOPJ4.
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t : Our Customers.Iwt B0Satisfied Your c..ntu6'owe ud h. --- .-Appointments are accepted "
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.. OFFICE; : : from public by'Senior Students '# \ :
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: RepairingAIECIIVNICS : ..: INLAID LINOLEUM j .. M MIIAKl> : .
to : :: 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : STU..T. : TheSouthernmost l /' t f. : lI
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I ? . : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : : or ASPHALT TILE : Opposite_S'"S..1ion_ : School \a ( :

-,.' Not Salesmen; ; ;i,...>..........................................................................a.*.*.*...: ; EXPERTLY ALLED ; PHONE NO. 1 : of Beauty Cult ; :
ure'j
+a. Factory Methodsby J TELEPHONE 1434VoR, ESTIMATE : : : :
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Trained Man : ; 23 Southard Street "I
flu1b ,
and l /1
DRUM BAR : :
.. EASY ABC.MAYTAG ; : j Kcyf tw est i : -=1HK- There are a number available with over 890 hfNfl..
- SPEED : of state instruction ..
, KENMORE: PACKAGE approved who know the a. :*& e
ad QUEEN and Others 1Wl.. ; I ; I PorlcrAllciiCompany S phases in beauty culture. These student beautoctaaa.
.. 92S DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112
: : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher oi iboauty
:ttr i ft llilt'rill '.rr ItoII -"We Deliver"- .: Floor Covering C o. ; ; culture, do good work at very low Arias. Although : I
- appointments are not required it Is advisable.For :
Best Driukb and Coldest Beer in Town : :
.. THE TRADERS : ; .: ( ) : ,, Appointment Stop at
130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORIDA J

..spil.. 130 PHONE Duval 1431 Street ........Packaged.........Goods......SS................'...:........:::..:............................................................:..........*e .:......................c.......523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE.......537.......ea:

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!i 'Lrn You Co : It lakes A Itddioiiiau to Kcpair It Why ;
:.Is y. Food Shopping ;: Not Buys It From A Radioman . and . : f i aflOI :; JOHN R. WATSON. Manager:! : .

.. S lie Sum : ASSURE YOURSELF; ofM'JtMCi i IVORLD-S FIVES1 SMALL RADIO : :; PHONE 1 50311LANDSCAPING

: AC DC Superheterodine .
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t i . --i Plastic Table Rectifier Radio ) i ii

4tu 24-Hour Radio : 5 Tubes CASH(IncL or TERMSEVERYTHING ;. .; : r
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BeatttijicationTree
ENRICHED BREAD .. :
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E FAMILY in Removal :
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: Meal Planning :1 .. .. You Can Buy for Less : Hauling -Marl Sand- Soil & Rock :
rr 5 : W Hrn ; the Cubic Yard :
CO. Excavating by
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; : : HAMILTON : :
rARALDO. : Th8 Latest Southard Street
., RALPH 522 : ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN : _
i t Ea7W..a. B ; RECORDS PHONE 1081 : : 707 VOnTEHEAD STREETeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee1.......TELEPHONE..........1512.....: ....-......................................... -
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irtI.. In Naval HospitalTournament ri hungry. ,"_ .
IPqjnciaria Plays i He must also be sick, If be is toteeeire'truer'feedhlg'In

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... I j I HarrisTom9rrO\V When )OU da< not have enouzh-
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iWway Now : .. ', ''food to go around.
M Li Tpp morrow afternoon Poinciaca'Scfciol The problem is not to feed the
Finals of the U. S. NavaUIos-J: ; hungry but to feed the hungriestof
pits) Staff Tennis Tournament will be on hand at ThlyI the but gI'7. Selectiotl: of 'Wbi h z
,winch has been attracting wide \'iew Park to match bats with hungry child shall be fed is made 4
Harris School in the: Elementary on the basis of,need: Many times ) .
interest among tennis: fans of the doctor'scertiflcate. zi
is
need determined by a
..ity'.will b*> played .beginning at School ''Junior Softball League. -

two (/rinck: tin the hospital court" The game will start at 3:45: p. m. This is. the grim factual .situa a
Umkirrnw afternoon. I ILi i Poinciana ras been doing semeI tion confronting: relief agencies
Cumdr. R. B. HancheU. )I .hard practicing this week so serving the starring children
should be tougher opponent abroad. is highlighted in a report : ,. t
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MO) USN. will play Lt. (jg) D. :;; :
\f. Call. (MC) USN. in the sin-
fie' final."*. Two out W three' two games. je served ai assistant director of field
eels will be pbyod. |I|I Division and the Annex are : .ar,. operations-for the United Nations
In*the doubles finals Chief W. n7.ro. 'anxiously awaiting their (\1' )'a".;...) International Children's Emergency

i Ilmdmon will tram with H. W. game: time an hour later. This tilt I j I HER ARE THE FOUR .WHO BATTLED IT' OU T in the semi-finals cf the 46th Annual North Fund. of the 4
will J-v another exhibition | Dwtndling'resCJU'C s
Vaughn UM. USN. to play Lt. D.I|'! in league end: South Women's Golf Tournament: at PInehu rst, N. C. Louise Suggs ({Idt cf'Atlanta. Ca:.. met United Nations International Children -
seal will not count
W. Call. (MC) USN. and D. E.
Zimmerman. HM. USN. j jMatches |: standings. But the two loams are Card: Diiin,er (second) frcm'.left) cf Tiffin. O. The other ssmi-flosliiij Grace Lenzerk: (extreme 's Emergency Fund relief and of 25

have been played each strong 'rivals with Division right) oI'Newingtea. Conn.. and Peggy Kirk. cf F-ndlay O. are Ell smiles LIter winning; their American aiding voluntary youth. in Europe: agencies and- ur

week*during the month and there ahead one Ilme.: : quarter-final matches. r Asia will by the

were many up-sets leaving the' --.. ----- - .' - -- -- -- .;.... -- --':- Crusade for Children of American ."\. ,, .
litcd players,to enter the finals. the Recreation Department announced Oversea Aid-United Nations Appeal :..
The 'tournament: ii staged under that following the tennis I 'for Children which asks .: _. : i
Of Lake -
this
S O.ooo.OOO of Americans
Two-club Golf If
the direction of the Welfare andRecreation 'tournament a
Department of the Tournament for Staff, will beheld I]a I f II spring: Meanwhilestarvation half the is VICTIM OF MAL. UTRrnox tile tru .epba w .. ....... V

hospital and is the planned at the local 'course with Worth Will an children Increasing'.reality of world to It is increasing Eorp aoJ Asia fighting agailut! tW rfea(.* .! NwweiaM.
the
among ; II I PlayRamblers I rickeU- l'ud partner .f > alimk.. Awrriraa* ... ....... tio.I fa 1
twenty for Naval Personnel., ,Joseph Lopez golf pro, acting because: their desperate fi a fcl fc 7 _pfMrting she 4. ad.1I..1Cliiir .. ...-..rtOrerseaa
I... )'U. Warren HMC USN. of as advisor. Czechoslovakia had. no rain for Ai.J.t.ilrdatimu: : Appal fee t3Ni.r.,

.4- _--- __ __ - d___ ---- ---- 1;f Key West Sunday ) seven months last year, and as a
consequence farm animals were 3.500,000 and 4000.000 children .1 Appeal ..... rMatNry
1 1 slaughtered for lack of feed and minimum daily 600-calorie meal b ai_ tar Vw .... ....ra
V; F. W DEFEATED Lake Worth Ramblers sponsored the milk and food shortage is which means the difference between dren's Kmerjtncr FU ,
\ by the Elks Lodge of that city. critical. suffered life and death. In those witH the appeals gf AtisbFortyhe I
and the Key West Stars sponsor ii Franca, too. inujH.J I countries alone there! are ,,- major votwitary laestls
with the same slaughter
rwjtict
I. ; ed by the local lodge of Elks will of animals.! rh5ttage of milk and 000,000 children who are equally a DdK
NAS IN nation* of taw wrtt
.SEASON'S in need of this life-saving daily
oppose each other this Sunday at cut to read rations. are cooperstt'p* ia the Vested Me*
the Key West Municipal: Stadi- 1 Creek political conflict hasL'aled meal-half the size of an American tioAs A.-. aL lagoons which w*
um. difficulties in supply while school lunch: -but cannot get I too ....rruhM Ie collect MM*
: SOFTBALL .START The Lake Worth aggregation i long-term malnutrition shows in it because neither their own governments Unwell the UM Appial t tor MMChiMrmt
J : | rickets tuberculosis!:>> and stunted nor; the United Nations Fund .
ash jmdwf *
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will bring a cl Jj here that will International'Children's Emer- I pro
growth of the children.
I ucts atrh'as dMprratetjr aas.d.d
give the locals plenty cf trouble 'I In Italy poverty is everywhere. gency Fund have the resources to heh cud Ml. clotainx.
.feat. Smo&J.rnc1ntt"ir& Opu -'rr including t etcher who is 1 the children ragged and barefoot provide; it. I I Of the UvfT tI.MMO< foiTw 1M

. ............... the property of ih? Giants. and without milk. Last stocks of This means that for every child AmeneMk CMM,MflB. more !... tl
| >ftil inn fly 28-2 Scon : Local club will be made up milk are being used up>> for the who receives the survival-ration !I per cent DM be.a alloeal.d" w
r , FOLLOWING from the best in the city including I feeding :>>20G.OOC orphan chil- supplied by arrangement betweenhis for 1P relief prujct. dtrse.
heal Night Al 1ayvietttI'ark .' Roberts G. Litres, Salinero.Villareal. I r dren. government end the Children's I I aiding ehildvwa. aai th* .......
ntaI1 J.. M.. Hernandez. I Poland still shows the terrible Fund, 15 children stand in a spectral toactivhmi .fcibiM< duUim in.
I 1 THROUGH destruction of war. streets still line of starvation behind him. directly
Field I j jt : Albury A. Acevcdo, Al Acevedo, k.4c- { piled high with fragments of The* brightest outlook is that the I Ca.trtbimbns of ttllany Ir.+alq
I B" :: Nt-ne Domtnech, Joe Navarro: homes farms devastated food inadequate situation will get; far worse beforeit II t America.. rfcieli will be .....
Veterans of Foreign Wars won John Navarro, and many: other f v ,e. ; ,and tuberculosis a severe gets better.Its vetted .... f-"* Ice ate.
the only Softball game played ,( PEDRO AGUILAR, ,!', loral stars.The threat to the children. only chance: for getting better I(I medicine! tor the .... Fi!
last night at Bayview Park by.;1 r.-.w..u...._.. first game will'start at 1.p. aRR Two-thirds of the children: of lies m immediate generous, + the naked and .........

score of 28 to 2. The winners flit\ What Happened In Sports Here ni, and the second at 4 p. m. l- I war countries suffer from tuber voluntary assistance. |i homeless m.f. .le. given Ie .heel
I i culosis.] America's channel for that ..... ..
assistance campaign CMMInjtMS 1ft c-
safety 18 times for 32 bases. la lS47C9ntiaued i!
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j jI Millions of these suffer other '
i is the .
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"* leaders at bat were.Villarj j t I I Match 7. All Star Key West WILL YOU SMILE? I diseases of malnutrition. of American Overseas Aid-United !1, foiiixd- or ss.t flvivtly to earn
eat and Tjrnes with four hits each be;-:eb3ll club to play the Miami. 1 .o ( Many are literally starving. Nations Appeal for Children. I| bonal! h>a rtnd Gabe Laslres hit' three (O"'.'Sun'Sox 1st club. Roberts catcher --:j l Error In 12 nations of Europe the This combined campaign represents Overt At-taiM ilbtfaM. Appeal
the Naval Air boyS: Ruby hit a Lastres and Wil- | International Children's Emer- i the United States' share 1D for ClhiMn 31 ....wef.
; Sweeting I|I I CIRCUS BALANCE A T i Fund is feeding between the world-wide United I ftrk '
double and pored one run. with Hard pitchers Sterling at first; ,i Ik R $ T-lW' Gre t m I gency, Nations S. 1. Jl. T.
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'Because
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llarman 'and Masten each'gain. I balances bhuMlf on class baU witlJnd erfiDnr'Ut tight hand
.L JJavarro at second; E. Albury!j Ito I her on the phone this mor- t durior'Rintllnr Brothers and-Bars BaU ycircus performance 1
The Union Armies du. Ie
lug one safety. i I'! 1 ngU %
Claude Valdez at third- A. Acevedo at -short; : nine the cook has given notice" : at New York. UK atxiKUM" H atriabL Do You Know That Skating Party .
pitched two I S. Civil WM kari 4rwpl
Baker. Domenech and Joe Mira i .
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allowing two runs in the' gardens, 2nd club;-.Joe. .] tal king 10 you.' I In the days before Columbus watch uperatIM three
hits. F. Tynes finished the Navarro. catcher; Bo Meador, I :i Cincinnati BeatsPittsburgh \ /iauulliMdBYNA lIlUlUdlldJlIIl8UIIlIUllilUtill' the Indians who lived on the ite Is Postponed loon.1
and fanning
allowed hit
came one i
six batters pitcher; Andy Alonzo first; Duke I ed 13 frames for the Red Raiders tKey West Ini of present-day Los Angeles were !I

R H Ej:Albion second; M.Acevedo Hernandez short third Rueda; and |j c[i and won by a 3 to 2 score: He 4-1 In i I perhaps the lowest in the scaleof The city recreation department Th MW Key Went BMf, "MRT
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I civilization
; of Indian the
allowed but 3 hits and fanned 13. on
Vet 539038-2819 ,
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t roller skating party announced GUEST OF KEY WEar is aTonycAerish.d
Berg and T, Alonzo in the gar- Gone continent.The .
NAS. 110000 410 Sweeting fanned 10. 1 i ii i Days By yesterday by Mrs. Jane teen, ... .w Is
dens. I3rd i
'C. Valdez, F. Tynes and Hop- ; .i M. Acevedo and E. Albury were Baseball Opening Hopkins Whidden for this Friday the Old FeIU ...... La Key Writ
ki.-" Akers. Melon',-ki and Meras. club: O. Rodriguez. catcher; the catchers, in the night cap the AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF Columbia. River basalt> night L> being postponeduntil task the Jayshees). Cpoe';
.. Salinero and C. Albury, pitchers; Red Raiders the Tro- THE CITIZEN OF cover an area of 200,000 .
IIon run: Villareal; 3-base won over some next week because of the and published I by B.... F.Tavenuer. (tkppftWerlrhei5
I C.-Hernandez. first; Santana sec- jans 7 1 Fito Las- ("p-<-i-l toTbr ("in...) APRIL 20. 1938 miles their volume .
to
hir': Tynej, Means, Hopkins; by a score. : square being finals cf the county jpeUtng bee . '. FUtM
2-base hits: Lastres Villareal F.t ond; F, Lopez third; and Danny tres won and Carrero and C. Al- New Yo.rk-Ewell Blackwell, : uaumiuuiruiuimuunuwuimiiuinuBHUimiuunJames! I not less than 30,000' cubic miles. to be held this Friday at the High ,

Tynes. Ruby. M creek!in; stolen j Lastres, short; J. Garcia, M. Ace- bury pitched for losers. outstanding hurler of 1947, continued SchooL ----
buses: Lastres 3, McElroy. Wells 1 vedo Eloy Acevedo and C. Val- Rueda hit a homer and. J. id mow,"down'.the oppositiont Henderson, colored i 13boreI' The five main events ancient The roller skating party will '- -

Villareal 2. J, Garcia; sacrifice de 'in the gardens. Reserve, Villareal, A. Acevedo hit a double when he allowed the Pittsburgh of the Post Office here, who i I Greek athletic competitions were be held at Bsyview Park on Friday -

hit: C. Valdez: double play: Tynes I i Haskins G. Valdez. J. Carbonell. and Llagua hit a triple. In the Pirates::only one run. His :' lives at.226 Angela' street, wa running, jumping throwing'the April 39. This plan will
to Wells; time: 1.10; umpires: Buck Sawyer O. Cruz and first game C. Valdez hit a triple mates got four for him, including: found early this morning steal I diskas, throwing the javelin and give those prospective expert BROADWAYCIGAR

Villareal and M. Tynes. F'I Mauldin. I and H. Lopez hit a hom r. Lo- 'home runs by Hank Saller .and ing money frqm letters apprehended wrestling. skaters another week t<> prat-Lee."

League standings: .Marth? 8-Sweeting and Bo pez. hit ,three safely to lead the Bobby AdwJ b.: This was. the and at eleven o'clock" -----.

I Club- W. L.. : Mead rs? local pitchers are offered batters. only game scheduled the National pleaded guilfy'be'rore U. S. C im- I Except'.for the disturbing effects United Stat.'s .It-. ui.-ir.ir., STORE
missioner C.
vrw 1 0 .1.000 ,contracts by DeLand in the j I League. ; Rodney Gwynn. lIe of wind and weather the
was placed under $2,000 bond and I companies" had ir.Hval 1 S.n.ICOMPLETE
Bub's Sport Shop 0 0 .000 Florida :State League. j SOFTBALL 1 In the American League, the rise and fall of the tide at any one , .
i held for action the Ft.deralGrar.d w wtn oJ'I; -' i IK-I( in'
.USS. Gilmore 0 0 .000 !, .).larch 9: Angel Delgado. better [. Softball managers of the ClassB ', Philadelphia Athletics twice de- by place varies in accordance with force at the end Naval l Air Station 0 1 .000 known as "gallego" picks an League representing Kan torsMens ; feated the Boston Red Sox in Jury.Decision- the changing positions ofsun and
I AU Star club to play the SunsQii. Shop K. W. Merchants.. 1 Fenway Park hv score o* S tf moon relative to the earth.
-- - Sterling at first: Stntana at': Adams Dairy and Naval Hospit1 and 4 to 2. The Red Sox.got cf Judge Arthur Gomez I AMA BASEBALLSCORES

!second M. Hernandez at third; 1. have told me that they would three of their runs in toe lust of circuit: court, that the The U. S. government is spending -

SOFTBALL I and A. Acevedo at, Short; with like the public to know, through game by successive homers by ordinance relative to the cpllectiun t some $600.000,000 a year on SAFES reS HHi CUM K! MUtlT
I Caies in 'reserve, making a great this column that they are opposedto Spence, Stephens Doerr. of trash and garbage, is invalid research and development exclusive DUE_TO ASTHMA ATTACKS. RUSHED. K:ltlN
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GAMES\ infield; Baker Alonzo and Roberts the ruling by Paul Albury. ,, The New York Yankees smoth- 1 has created a great deal of 'I, of atomic energy. rims m boi men today fir relict in .....rvm.rt., uI >..._pan nab-

; in the outfield; and SweetinQ city recreation director, that ered the Senators 12 to 4, seorinjj interest among the citizens as : paai.ti.q tion. Mm fur.da and .w.100-_....seta why. M fnrmrrlyufferad rtlw. POPULAR MAHOS et
. OIAYVIEW: PARK and G. Lastres in the box there can be no Class B League. seven of their runs in the first well as official circles. I The Secretary-Bird is protected .eengr with dread o'jfbin. elk h.. .q.

(NIGHT PLAY) and Tarzan Albury behind the The managers claim that they frame. Doth Tommy Iknrich and I I in most parts of Africa as a wlMvzinit after utbma.ui...it.sttxHi f KOMtTIM. r>. .::t,,'II v..ta-S3., I.I..e.l W4coaiidrriac I Iralwf Cigars and Cold

plate +!i are entitled to play as well aa Pitcher Allie Raynoldj} : homered I Hearing in the case of the damage destroyer of snakes. i result. tb., M wuirt., a
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March' 10. Gabe Lastres y |
TONIGIIT- get:? any other league in Key West, '' in the initial inning. | suit of Hello Rent-do against i /Gabon-n. only a' d.ni.d.' rloMETIN
leav from Police Dept. to reportto and that for years they have been I I I I An opening day crowd of 31- 'I I the Atlantic Mutual Insurance ML Carmel famed in Old Test- ..add .ita strict nvacjLaiLral s_ 4 Soft Drinks
First Game-Bob's Sport Shop the, Newark Bears of the In- giving the city good clean sport. j I i i 728 saw .the Washington New Company, of Savanah Ga.. an- ment days for its beauty. is not ..... |-b."....>. < _rkllr' A
< SubRon 4. F HI.J
. vs.> ternational League at their camp The managers of the class B :!j'York game. nounced damages claimed being very high (Hi highest point is Ilaa.aaMau ord.rn

Second Game-Naval Hospitalvs. at'Sepring. Fla. League are taking strong excep- I I I The box scores are as follows: ) $4,500, was this morning continued only 1850 feeL) It is more than : - . .- _. -
Elks. I I -"tt! ;' : : .
--.- ..- --- --- March 11. Gabe Lastres pitth- tion to Albury's ruling. !<, National League j for the term by Judge Arthur two miles long, running from "- -
-- Pittsburgh 1-7-2 "t Gomez in circuit court Haifa in a south-easterly dirc.-

*. ALL OF THIS WAS' BY Cincinnati 4-7-2 i i tion. .I
CAUSED TRUCK ON A CURVEt I ii ----- The MAXWELL CO. Inc
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Lombard!, Gregg, Fitzgeraldi Paul J. Saunders president of '
I i! and Kluttz; Blackwell and L.I- the Peninsular and Occidental i istelIr..hlp I honor at a surprise Easter Hunt ,
at the home of her aunt. Mrs. ,
manno.
: company, headquarters
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American League 1 at Jacksonville;; advises The Citizen Claude AlburyMr. j i ---Specials---
i New York 12 1G 0 .- '
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that tar; company is not contemplating -
I Washington 4-11- 3 ferry service between and Mrs.. Bolivar T. Ret'iu

t el"F Reynolds and Njarhos; Wynn. this pot| and Havana. and son Thomas arrived over
.aF"" Garcia and Early. j the highway Sunday and will <
First Game visit in the city. Mr. Recio will

Philadelphia 'n ... -14-0 Frederick Wagner owner of theyacht leave Friday, but Mrs. Kecio and BOXJPMNGS! $
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Boston -. 470 Paula Louise, usually Thomas will remain a month. $9Q75MATTRESSES.
spends the winters at Key West .
Marchildon and Rosar; Dobson,
ll end: keeps his yacnt in the yacht '
Johnson and TebbettJ. Harry B. Peacock was a recent SET
basin. This he spent the OJWeslingliouse
year
Second Game arrival in KIYVc.st iruin
winter at Jamaica, and has arrived -
Philadelphia -7-0 Miami for a visit with Mrs.: Peacock e.
''a a Boston 244 in Key West where he will I who has been in the city

Brissie and Rosar;. Dori.h. stay! for several months. I I foe some time visiting relatives. .

Parnell and Tebbetts.
Leo Hughes, former managerof Today The Citizen says in an. l
the Over Sea Hotel Mrs. editorial : Refrigerators
paragraph:
WILL YOU SMILE? Hughes and son and daughter Silence is gulden and if you .

No, I'm All Right'You over Allan the and highway Miss Katherine.today for Mi-left don't believe it, try to buy some 74.:". Ft. Frcczp Storage $2 9 995

ami, enroute N. J..
to Trenton
"MY GUEST OF KEY WEST" (.t n,.art sr ern I . .
and after a brief visit there will
admit that you put a lead: (Sing. Dance Whistle It)
proceed to AtholMascarhusetts,
1t nickel into the complainant's (A.lvt>
cigar
where Mr. Hughes will a RESTAURANT
vending machine. Don't you know summer hotel.Anouncement. manage EQUIPMENT aDd SUPPLIES
s that that was cheating reproved
the judge. ;i Your Grocer SELLS: Thai Good
I I has been madeof MAXWELL\ CO.
"Did you ever smoke one of the engagement of Miss Rusa- STAR BRAND t The ,.".
( Wirephuto) those cigars, judge?" ;; lina B. Sawyer and Benjamin Furniture I

A TRUCK FAILED TO MAKE A TURN..and crashed into two houses at Beaver Falls. Pa. The j Birs both of this city. AMERICAN COFFEE and Furnishings

collision set fire to the buildings, and now they are burning furiously. One man was killed an- Plywood used for making: airplanes and CUBAN : I I PHONE (12 .
was Injured. The wrecked truck 'is buried in th. debris. j I is as strong as some steel !I Monday afternoon Carolyn -Trr A Pound Today-i i 909 Fleming Street Corner' Margaret Key West FU.

11 rthr |I and lighter than :aluminum I Jaynne Hawley was the guest of l __.__ ::. : :::_ _' VENETIAN BLIND

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a* ra. >*ma tocal atativna chancea 'worrv about ItrfoaOant.
... *f r.lay I* lit lacal ackaaulea. 7.that.f"She was wearing her new 01l.F.1I QK ITRI.irATlOX :
fall mia"t* aregram cliang c k*"AC,,"" r "spring hat. !t r* mlnik Ttanota.lb 'I ib2
7 \ViiH..n Street, t I
Subscribe : f fbilailphia! IVpnsylvania.Yoit it $ lls
to The
Citizen.
TUBOAY, AMU 33Jft ; are N.rrrl.r nrttuirMl tuupix'arlo. :
tbe JSill: fif niv"e flint against. ; i.
Itwaiq i yuit in lbe al>Q.* Btjried: "aUN on or
-Ntw* Report.' IS Mia..-.(& :, : LEGALS I ,...f..re tire lath day .f ')la)'. A. T,. II
Ntaecaat Krerjr. Day-cba f j u<*. ..lhrr_i& the altfftath.Bx contained # ti
\Nw*rt 1111'.' It.-.a.e..t 1 | therein wll be takes .H conIfcs -
) ....... Itevr trepeal)-abe-wcw ,.1C TIlE rinrriT Corn OK TMK | "- l. I. z i : ; J fU
Ket.*rk au.... 41 ....)-mM-eaal F.f.Jn"Vo'TIl ,.f"lnn'L ('IHrt IT in.r. and Ordered at Ky West, I. +
'-W4... Uwir trcpeatr Biba-we..tt OK TIU:' ST\TK OF Ft.unIO'.i 1 i Florida this'. llh. day nf, April, A. I.
': $- aorta: Maata Time. -nb... '. 1\" A\iY' FftR Movnorot'\TV.IX IV..' al48.i I. t1
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'repeat AIJCn ROSS Hnrkiae Kf '- tttB,*r Oub-abab.sN I 'v .ARfllKR.Hefondant. I for PlaJntlff. i
Tk Uevlsk' Mw-<*. r! OIIUFIl apr.n.:1maJ'f.UUI. IIII
OK PI HI.H'ATIOX
NW. aid c..tarya.t" .
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,,'J-N.; ..4 Cei in.t-ab. W7 North. Park ohin.Ho .Are.ur.Frremnrt. >OTirr7 OK "Tr-"T'O" 11Kt: -

.gch..w.i William LlK ftt.Yeu'arft I I .APPi.IrATIO\i. FOR F'1\A1L. I : 4
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required 1 1I
; LMBMT a ,. appearto ( taw "1833):
the Mill for nivorr filed against I I\ "'01 KT OK THK 'Or\TY I.
a.-L Hrm a Q.htn-ab :.
In the
i I you above alvled esuer.a .r
MM (frMkr' ClHk-cka Ji utiK, >i< \noi-: i-oi \rt..iTATK I.
-... . Uforetle 4lh day: of Mar. A.'P. OK .
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.. Coat tn.lit_" j talnett therein. will lie taken a"., ran- 'r. the Estate of I II e 'r a

,.. .l.rr. .. Neva-cb* feoned.line , 'I WILLIAM RMKR WATKIXS.. .1.
an-1 Ordered at Key Wert.KiorKIa. ,
.pwt. -_./- .. 1 etra.1To co d" .
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I thin ith 'day of April. A.I All Whom It'MiyTin
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1/F-MAb lief. IMwb.. I. .x
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Eli l Tvlk'... \.. Play-e1s \nrir > in hereby .In.n that Tom
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(l. Walklnn ..
Aika t3..rm_BtMMIMtoua -.... It.... O | tiled-kin final r.p..r> rrr
Traveler. ..... f rawyer. i tan adminlMtralor of the .eittat o( I.
<:'ierk of flrrult Court.Hr .
i Ullliam HoxffVatkiBH.' .
:1'-W..III) N... 1'1aM ,. .,. : l.d> Kloreiw_. t:. Sawyer' .;&Tlhal.be filed.kia BrUU_dv-fnl Xw final I.
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Mr. ... Mr*. !4.eth-ea e Rmiiinal<1n. Jr.Attorney he Honorable Raymaad R. Lord1'nahly ,. I.
A.wrhs. Tows Mr, ..-." for. Plaintiff.MIUITOHH. Judce' "rf 'Jl .nr e4C"-iHiy, .
UetetUve Pram Ti_" Bpr..n-: .!7,119 !! Florida, on the Illh dAy of :May I.
11.-n.. 1naMa KsN. 1945.i for approval nf name and for I.
lily fteae Cei _.'- t.eAM 'nTif'F.'T-o (' final' dfsrhanfe. atlmiiil.otralor 01
'1M- aM Aadr_!> lU3 I'rohale Aft. $r..... 119. IU ; the estate of William U..Kr \Val- I.
W. IM l ele. JrN-ebe .\ THK C4U UT Or TIlE 4'IHTV" klnK. lM-easrd. !.
UakrM ....u.r. ..._.&-Bb : Jl'IHiR. """,H''': ('O '. 'T'. I I'JIe.l. on this' '!Ih day of April. !.
.:_s... ItrM4ca.tM'f FMMtlllt. I\ Pilon"Tt:. I ms.i I.
>>-""" aid lleUM In ...: .1:iale ..fKMILY i THY (x W.ATKINS.i ..: . .
PLri opa.r ",.I.-rbaf Sf.-KTAV.' neeeased.T t'f Administrator.. f th* estate.. II.
>\\Hlliaiu i: Krr \\'at a. Ins.aJlr.U..Z81maYf.Ufll. ,
bats 1Japboay N.viabtir.liry All Creditors and 1 Ivrwis llari r deceased.. .
Need Ismsmb.NAMt3o1 Ing (Claim or ItemandHgralnst' .
ilep. Comdr- r<.ld' Rxiate: j I II .
tatf.IXM Drama-cbaT 4 You 'and each of you are hereby : Picture of
.. AMKMi. e4-mk* 'anlifltd and re..iuirod to prenent opportunity =
WW-a.4 tkehMil C.-... aarlalnvi' and drmandn which i : ,
..t fi...... nos-. .. nit(. or either, of yaa, may have : Dluq ,
'1J&ac..u_.... against the estate of FamilyI.. AUTOMOBILE Stol, !. I. . I

tI..i'.--X*.U a A,..Vartett ramtly I-ab1I .....-at* ,Cvuaty.llunru K>au. .."deaMd..'..Uuty.Use Fh.County,late'da. at Judgn of his staid office of- I W* fill all prescriptions when i. ; 1: : knocking doorTil -

t.' ... VarWty. Dane* S .....- >'>...a.4 Oea e) Baa4-aVe a"bK>-y Went Florida, with trouble. I 4 ,
hew*. train .a.4 *krt.- tfcWoud in eight aieoilar' munthit from the .
{L-t7..rae c..,.... -.b. ... time of the first publication of this We carry a complete line cf' I. .
-- --- n.llr. .i Karh.claim or demand shall Brake Parts. Ignition. Gas Fittings. :.
l. In ,.rIU. and shall stale theplae . .
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ft1la are lone, thitv tubes.than' . 'of re.idenre r and lM>nt officeaddre Spark Plugs. Fan Belts. .- !r '. .
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lilltl; a human hair.1ZGALS j!. .. .aworn?" ..fhp.In by' Iaimant.the claimant and shall his AT YOUR SERVICE . I II E : T THI f I r;the next few weeks, a volunteerreprePayroll Savings . and t e.IJoml-A- lonth Plan.; .
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Kent, .>r hU attorney and any I DAY OR NIGHT : : ,
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"uch,>elalnr. demand not fu> furl sentative of the U. S. Treasury wdllall: on .
aha]I !.*.L void.S KWV'AIW. : CIKSINSKI. PHONE 1178 ;'... -. you._ If you're not already I signed up for the plan I you arc .

administrator, Cum Testemento .- 1 Ies! got an ax to grjnd-J'Qurs! ' *, I eligible i l for this} ;visit well be the .
11 'an"M roi .tI..*jtttt.tr PNAB4TRTHR coinr.KTITK Annexo of the lastVIII : JANE and, SHINE i it = ',-:.v v.. v-..: -\ r : ? "may greatest opporI ..

YL..."tnt..n';. .'01T1. OF f. II.and Ryan TeKtament deceased.of. KmIIv t i l 1502 BERTHA .STREET j. I le's going to .tell you about the two foolproof, tunitythat: (>mesyour way to make your future brure.r r


mat..f iJIILT 'JJ. nrea. 4. r.pr.t.13-3t-.114-..,.-- K & .I all-automatic. plans for buying U. Security Bonds. DON'T PASS IT UP !
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a..M ,4<*ediH ka. been admitted In \ 1 .
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tart .re hereby rnannandeil wllk. .1 i : AMERICA'S SECURITY IS YOUR SECURITY!
I. its r..1.....r _th. from ,... SECURITY
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NITTPR .'Np:1UTON. vrrrl .
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tC'AWU! !L (LAM JR. Williamr
Iieieanei.; They are courteous and con. II

T. all. f'hI4l1-r. and all yeranaaka slderate of their passengers: '
".. ...... .r .rnue.f ......., are well informed about things a, /
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4...-4..1. *f Tk. ('"'I" .f Erra1..N of interest and importance tJ
rVwM..3L.f** ('..M lr. "Mal. along their routes. '
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dns. are fcerektrl They endeavor to make
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... *f r. k. oar k 4.* a.al."M the I pleasant journey for you. This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement-prepared under auspices of Treasury Department. and Advertising CUiiHt.>

.rat. .f Kd.ard. ll.....;a.... Jr., d..s'Ilk .- It is men like our drivers I. -r
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make
FI.Ma. L.ar.. t'.aty. Rut.ar companies like ours. t
/a the attire it the rturaIf .
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te ... April ra. A. I'. .I UIJrh I "lijt.t. ..
'blare, 4emaad M.M b la arltles For MyCommunity. Downtown Buses. I I. t '

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she rlal_.'. ..... mail *.. .. Is Good -
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.FI7" II"-' YOUTII FLOGGED .1 1\ \ ATIiANTA: ; FOUR MEN :, ',If' ..... ---- - -.
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/ ; Trudy! June, Quihn\\\'\ 1\1\ -' I I and CV.. wan tmrri. I Hi tMsl t rwtsflMri
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OBSERVATIONSBOFAFOOL i f 'in Mo .ksaitIp.I C..tert ,. .. MMary .
awn ,ver i ir i ii School ty ..
: : ,> Friday At, home !\ I Speeders:; Atoary tar .. ... tfanr raw*
." -, v< t r t tkteii# Iltr Divt.ierh tNrerlchoerl

:.>.0 A party was, held at the home I I.:i I Right foci -jf, Jpnii; Fields, colored City Manager iiaipn *). Sp.WI j >. lathe tor..f then t.. ttNast

y BILL LEE .i j + of Mr. and Mrs. Burt P., Quinn ;: was ,amputated today at ins( warned drivers of mtMor. "'-I j alwed.
<' ""910 Georgia street in honor of: Municipal; Hospital. as a result of hides not tn speed through the

the fourth birthday of their an eccJdcht ,yesterday' Municipal cchool safety zones of the city i

"1n case of fire. take welL" "t""", "'- daughter Trudy'Junc Quinn on --StadiCun.: i '. - i !;! and advised policemen to be on ; ...... Till r.....4k 11it

This cryptic message was print- i April 16.Many i j.1 Fields one'of a group of city :the alert for" violations of the' *tw. HP"* *.> .....,
ci in crayon on the bulletin 'njoyablcgames were I';I school speed laws. .I
board: at Fire Headquarters. For played and prizes were warden prisoners working' at the Stadium His warning came after Rich-

several days we had seen inthere to Ruth Lvnncv.WaUcr and Tom- stepped into the revolving blade ; \ FEMUN.

and wondered what it mie Thomas. of ,a-, power lawn mower. The . .' .w. a a i
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an'anL"flow' Candy cake and ice cream were mower was standing i still, but the I: STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE I II .... ........, ---

do you take a well to a served the guests, who) presentedthe !blade >-as' .whirling and Fields I 1 TRIUMPH I ......, tae ..... r.-. .....aseetas ..

Ilrewe, finally asked a man honored> with many beautifuland walked into the knife. :1: COFFEE .,....
.taftdln.nea.lhe bulletin board.They 1 a . .useful 'gif tsj: '' Fields was convicted in MuniciPal tw wM..e. .

don't take them to afire Those attending: included: Court of disorderly: conduct MILL = :: .::.. rel levy aNtas
; they pump .the wells at the Mrs. Cf Garcia, Mrs. Ben Rob- AprJ19. : at ".....
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eerie' of a fire he replied smiling Y erts, Mrs. J. C. Williams:; Mrs. All Grocer

a little at our question. "That Y Chas. Maloney; Mrs. Jeanne I .f.. ruaurs,_
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sign means to use the wells instead Thomas Mrs. Mac Watler. Mrs. .STOP./TCHING1 h -
of the hydrants to conserve : I -
Dutch Frazier, Mrs. Susan Nekon ,
water I suppose." tr .t Mrs. John Rivas Mrs. Stan Ho- ' DISCOMFORT> TONIGHT 1 j i t

Then Fire Chief Leroy Torres lick. Mrs.Mary" Roberts; Mrs. !I't. >w jor edd tl tioa ootkinc of and e0p' ot.\ I r Sun and Storm

enlightened us about the wells. Louis Milord Jr, Mrs. Susan I sleet while pleasant aanntuepticaaid t
Wells. have been dug at 79 r ta getting rid"of unuuoji. \ ALL METAL
Quinn;, Mrs. Earl Gwynn, Mrs. .
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places in Key West" the chief JAMES CHARLES BERRY (extreme right) 23-year-old::! construction worker. sits in court.at L At-t- I Emmett Justis Mrs. Alvin Gates, I I GRAY'S OINTMENT rt' AWNINGSWh
said. down about 59 to I
"They no lanta. Ga. Friday Waiting to testify against four men accused of flogging him unmercifully in Mrs. Lyslc McCown. Mrs.. Kathleen -
6$ feet.They are about 14 inches a
wide. They fill up with sea water wooded area near the city Thursday night: At bit arc the four defendants at their preliminary Mrs. Claudia Gonzalez.Watler., Mrs.Lewinsky, ;STRAND THEATRE OI'EN-I A Uulmeftm d......E

You can pump from one of those hearing in court. Police Chief G. Neal Ellis ct Fulton county said: they are members:of a nevi I Carol Ann Rivas. Ruth -LynnoWaller. t'. .' Air-CendUiened ,When CLOSED-/.'. /Vr/ef Sturm JIa.Hftr

wells all day;and it wiU make no hale organization known as the "Black Raiders..H, identified them left to right| as Ed,W.Mitch ,' Mary: Holkk.. ,.CynthiaDemeritt NOW SHOWING. : "Green For CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANiSO WEI,. H TAI.
noticeable difference ell. Sherman Keheley. Manuel S. Camboia and Robert B. Ellison. County policemen,rescued Berry" : Karen Ann' Abstofx :Danger": with Sally Gray and GUARANTEED WILL MOT JWSFOftm .,.

"Tlteie .Is at present a freshwater while the floggers were beating him. The youth told- police the floggers accused. him, Of Dot'5UP/ I Josclyn Maloney Marcia,Barker: Trevor.Howard Finished in Gleaming Enamel--Yew Cheer d 0IIaI0I.
shortage here. But there porting his family properly. ' ", Orlctta Stirrup. Alcoa Washington STARTING THURSDAY: The Monogram or' fteeijn

nevrf' is any question about seawater ..,_ .: :}, Joan Dian Milord. Kathryn Buh p's Wif" and Gary Simple to Operate FHA Terms .. .....
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for fight in- fires. KeJ i.-------; 4-T.----: '' :-t'-- Parros. .Bminr awinskyi Sally t Grant and Loretta Young Installed ModelCRKKMfc ST.
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West has a whole sea to pump Former Key Wcslcr Alfonso-Mint: 'l WedReturns 'Al 1''ply ..7: t' )V eel Lcwi skv. Frances Alexander i, -MONROE THEA TR by LEE RROS. PIIONE 4Pboe
( fnrtil in. any scct'i'in of the city ) NOW SHOWING: "Frontiers- .
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i' II ... Brenda Joy'ce Gt"M1t' ('1 Juslis. for FBEE EalilaaJo
I I And sea water is the best water To. Cily Lust Saturday Al : An lor" Tom ntc:'.Thomas,: Jimmy I man.-. .with an All-Star Cast
fire. It the application marriage! THURSDAY "Tall
I to use upon a puts Whams:7oalniiallla4ChartsStewart ; STARTING : ,
fire :out in a hurry."* : For Short V i is i t Krldifs; Residence; office license of.Counly Was filed yesterday; in,the M41oney,. Anthony, Mi-i Timber} with George O'Brien -

So; now you know about th I Judge Kay nxind tarot: 'WiHiainvWahmgten+ ,;.KoP- |and.9eatt.tce'Roberts

i t I' well I Attorney Ralph II. Eiscndnth,1 j Miss Sec, Alfonso; 13E Porter.-of n. the Gird U.;ChaJIci.TViihIY"3 S_ Navyr::az n.c iyitccn:Id..; ert MAntgomcry.: ; Lester Gates. KEY WESTERS;

,. ; _Mr__<_*nwnMirkcv_ __ McCoWn..
I Rob : .
... Tliicago. Illinois,is Place, and Manuel Mira. Keent2 1 nf DuvahslydvC 'n nu'
R. L. Frot, l .1 weather man : today rcnew- w remarried I. 521; :
was telling us the'other day tha i ;ng acquaintance around the last Saturday night by j; A .. : . Bill Roberts, and.Richard. .Milord. .

he rollerU seeds" from Key Wes' Island City. This being his first Notary Public Pedro Asuikir atj! TRUMAN, MAY GKTi :11': VOTE FOR KEY WEST!!
trees :ltd scndrjUiem to the Phil. the home of the br de.s'mother. Leesbnr" '
ippines.' They plant the seeds if- visit here in eight ye rs. Mrs. Eloina Calwera wi> i (Continued From Page One)" ,'Goes1.. u

what will be known as an Avenue Eisendarth formerly made Key bridesmaid, 'and Humbert Mira ,help'the Gulf.Atlantic Company," .THIEIE'S Key West is the ONLY CITY ki 'M..Vital. ***. y ..r.

of Florida-largely as a resuli I Vest his home for a number of best man. >r said one. city official\ today: ;: Ralph Bctancourt left, today to PAY TO VISIT.

of goats efforts. I -ears, before accepting the posi- Members of both families and .W'' arc going in appealdi- for Lecsburg to attend the 92nd ,
"1 once taught school in the I ion of many friends were present at i; rcctly. to President Truman andi annual I convention of the.Florida- But WE OURSELVES can p.. a ...toy .. I*.I tthMApt
Catarmao School of AgricultureIn Admiralty Counsellor for : the ceremony. i to members of Ibe.MarHinjcrCom- state I.D.O.F lie will be. gone: FOOT DISCRIMINATION.COLIN .

the. Philippine," said Frost. the War Shipping Administra- I 4t mission.. Then wc-.wijr'enlist'tbc" :' several days.Chance.

The school is in Catarman in ion. ELsendrath accepted the position t[ I support"of the ferry matter .to ENGLISH. CanJMal* Hr .nw, bas ......si

Samar Province. in 1940 and later servedin fthe s senators and congre5smcnatWashington. DI QMfR h'nisclf to have our Bridges mad TOU.M l a. II elee/ad.

-With some of the seeds I send the Army for 3 1-2: years, .,'

them and with others obtained reaching the rank of Captain. He; Li ,I "Williams needed-can 'get the' additional To Gel This is no idle pledge. COUjf EHeC.EI s..M .... thea

elsewhere they are now creating .aw service in the South Pacific. money to complete RelievedkyU's TWO HOURS In the alike of DM Overseas head a.4 Tan
of Florida. have the ferry- by selling 'stock jn the
Aveoue They
1 a h Eisend ith formerly owned i 1 Or it in What You Want ; I Bridge District to Itarn at FIRST HAND evtfy iHrt .4 *!.
found that almost everything company. he/may get
property at the of Vernon | Daughter to Hollands : Bonded Indebtedness. It
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corner another was IMt MH lie had U Ais P..e.MM 11
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here flourishes country by. placing
grown c.;
and South streets which he sold A under the FACTS AND FIGURES that IM M4 .IM w..tdd .....
And Frost looked out in the I seven pound, fourteen ounce | ferry the Hag of that - ,, the
I yard and saw another tree wit) x> Monroe County Tax Collector daughter was born in the U. S.t country.:'> --*- .. WonderPair TOLLS REMOVED U h. is elected s........

some seeds on it He picked their Howard Wilson. The Chicago. Naval Hospital at -3:58 Monday ; .Yesterday! :fa jepptt.of G, p.Bashami You want a man of courage. .
I and put them in a bag. Younn't :man wa3 amazed at the changes morning to MrsJ Shirley Holland, i ,, chief examiner, oft, e yet of fairness to enforce the ::::". Had this have been "just aaM.*f SWOHMM". .fc* ....... taM

beat \hat made in the past eight years but wife of Ervin Holland MoMMI Maritime.'C mmisi;; r, w matte laws. have BOTHERED TO LEARN ANYTHttHE a*evC MM tteiilea

idded that he did not like them Uss PCS 1384 The new .arrival 1' public in which he denied thei You want a Sheriffs office that But COLIN ENGLISH mot that kind e4..... Ym wh. wM

There was good news to'owners it{ all.West He said that he its thoughtey charm has been named Pamela Jean. i request of the .CATC and >so you can contact 24 hours a. day him when h. was in Monroe Couatf t..u.< MM t. tie a Pl....
Of bars night clubs in the announcement Was losing I recommended that action be t -- when you need his services. Spoken. SINCERE man.

yesterday that sevendestroyers and quaintness. [ Son to Franklins 1 ken by the.Maritime Commission.I i You want a courteous man, always !.
In Key Wes: the Chicagoan I
and escortsan .AHGe Further. COLIN ENGLISH .... .
destroyer A six bent on promoting the interests alter ke Aid O.er
became interested in Spanish. pound, thirteen ounce ..
aircraft carrier and two smaller and through his knowledge of son was born at 5:55 Friday, at Of, the 38,980! farms in Maine>i of Key West and Monroe t seas Highway said that'our "Et fe** W...... .. MM rttarl. .

vessels had returned to Key the language he was later the U. S. Naval Hospital to Mrs. + onJy 2.519'are- operated by ten-. County. e should be BEAUTIFIED FROM END TO BN*. Bet OPUN

West after an absence of several made Chicago attorny for Ida Franklin wife of Robert S. ants. You want man of clean'character k ENGLISH is Cautious, as well as H_..*. He.**. I* MM >..tM)

weeks. Ecuador and the Dominican Franklin CMoMM. Operation De- I who can look the world of Key Westers who were with tea
Several of the bars were jug"
station -section I in the without winc-
Republic. velopment base. straight eye
about deserted for the several .I While living here Eisendrath The little boy has been named', ..1 i viKovert...a1 life 1007 oltut "Gentlemen this Is not a...-..,. ...-...-..... ... year
week the vessels were away. TONIGHT ONLY ing.You I .. .. . job. But this I will Betides. TOLL'
maktog
*as made an honorary policemanof James Raymond. want a man of ability who ii.. h. .i gt.i.9 .tt.... F... says JeW beidwe.
Sailors after a long sea trip, air the city. |i, 1 h ....s.Iri.. k..nis.t.d. FREE the Entire Route of UM Overseas Htgliwey vW tie
thirsty gents.-even as you and Son to Odaxes j, Special Address On has had law-enforcing eleven .years officer-a experience man I' ,MiMt. 9enM .,-wth. T.f.. .'. Beautified before I will hare served mtf tear rM N 0..et
.... as a z' 1CN1fert of AnVi .
VANGUARD OF ELKS ; Subject Of VITAL who has his worth in that ;,', nor of Florida.It .
it A six pound son was born Sun- proved -I. FthN with witem i of t

City Manager Ralph D. Spalding (Continued From Page One) day at 11:20 a. m. at the U. S. j I Importance Today, capacity. ..--.... .
is in Our Power to put an e4 W pea$s ........ M .."
committee in of all !
charge arrangements Naval Hospital to Mrs.
reachinghis CarolynWood want
: has many questions : Finally you a man on
I desk' at City HalL The) : will be held at 3 p. wife of George; A. Wood i i Is Peace Possible' whom you can depend always to visit Key. West Let us txrrctM Not Fewer. kr VOTING

range from how to catch a dog! n. Thursday in the Elks Lodge. MoMMI USS Odax submarine j NOT ONLY when a campaign I is FOR .
around SIks Cony'n Committee, head- base. The new arrivf.1 has been' .
that is going biting pro by ondcrway to try to persuade you. GARDNER'S
pie to the question of the operation quarters will be moved from La named Steven. I! lR. to vote: for him.
W. L. I PATTERSON:
of the Key Wcst-Havans; oncha:; Hotel building to the COLIN ENGLISH
fellow citizens
I confident -
am my
ferry. Elks Home on Friday.A The Department of Labor has a I I i OF BRITISH WEST INDIESGOSPEL in respectfully solicitingyour ==--FI1ARMACY-

Talking of the ferry: We happened continuous round of entertainment Veteran's Rights Division. that all wants
I at support your
to see Mayor, A. Maitland for the visiting ladies" a will be and efficientlyfulfilled The Store
Adams and City Manager Spald- has been arranged with the localwomens dutifully FOR GOVERNOROF
THE TRUTH ABOUT HALL : if you elect me your
mg right after receipt of the report groups it was announced I
of Monroe County."EVERETT 1 Division Slrrct
I Sheriff: ]114
examiner of today.
that the chief 720 SOUTHARD STREET Cor. Varela St.
,the Maritime Commission had Besides the registration on Sat- PINtWORMSSerious R. RIVAS

denied the request of the Gulf jrday, there will be open house I 7:' 0 Tonight Candidate for Sheriff Phone 177 FLORIDA
Atlantic Transportation Companyto For all at the Elks Home here. facts are revealed fcy recent men.. of Monroe County

Insure first mortgage loan There will be a preconventionlance cal reports.' was One found oat of to every be. a three victim peoplenamined of < tv finish the work on the ferry Saturday evening in theme J'.a-Worrka without suspecting itl I. ""riendr ..f 1:.er..tt 1. CI.asl . ..:
And this orb Infection and Deliyered-
can cause real .
The mayor felt very badly > place. dotraas if _1ectecI.

about it Sunday will be spent in registration So watch for the wmrnfna- sighs that i -- - --, ____ _,_ _00' _ .
"..m feeling<<<< so badly about tin open house, inspection way Iran rectal Pin-Wonna-especiany' itch. Get JAYNrS the. r ajrgrtmg -Wright -
adverse report that lean hardly "f the Navy Base. At 11 a. in. ....y. P-W is a medically sound
Sunday there will be meeting : treatment based en an officially' reco niT.e4 I[
tpeak., said the mayor. "I'm a and highly efrectiiw dour element Thom OijI
greatly disappointed. It seemed )t the board of directors of the .- easy-to-take P-W tablet work in a

to me the CATC presented p slate association at La Concha : 81OftiaJ aad,,'el way,.. fc> remove 1-ut.Worms. easily is here 12 months

strong cease."llmv I Hotel.! JUkour dncsutt P-W for ria-WNmsI.UllliIIIUIIUl611lllllllll11.aliUlllllu111111UIlUIIIUI Spring a yearIt's
Pour a glass...
can anyone tell whetherthe At 1 p. m. Sunday a ritualistic -- - -- "
ferry is economically sound -ontest will be staged in the !! ;/ 111111 I .
until you've! had experience in Cuban Club: at 6 p. m. a meeting -
always Spring where' barley) starts on its way to
the operation of it? Yet that just nf the Harry-Anna Home Committee -
: becoming malt in the Home of Budweiser. Spring-like
is what the chief examiner held:' of the state association I GrlI '
conditions are in order to *
*I have nothing In say" saidthe sill be held at La Concha Hotel. necessary t
make the kind of ) malt
barley requiredby rr
city manager, looking vcrjgluin. Sunday night at 8. the convention -
will be formally opened 1 and Drain it dry.. I the most expensive; brewing process < ,
.
i band concert will bo held at I I known to America. So, by forcing air i. THIS TES -

... .. "..... Bayview Park. Dave ShoUz. 'I through a man-made rainstorm, we 'r' 1f I k

I :ormer governor; and former past ,i Ii create a warm moist atmosphere that DRINK I ,'- ; '

MEETINGS exalted ruler of the state association : xilFln Q coaxes the barley to sprout, the first BudweiserFOR "I ,

.. will be the pi:ncipal speaker. big step in malting. This then is followed t
I '" ................... The convention business FIVE DAYS 1 ,!
sessions SURE ITS SMART! by many painstaking steps that
DAY Meets Tonight will begin at 9:30 a. m. in the end bring you the distinctive *
Monday. The convention' will Smack your lips.. .
There will be taste and elusive bouquet found only
a of
meeting the
IT'S PAINTED WITH
:rome: to a close Tuesday<< April On the sixth day i
in Budweiser.
D.A.V. chapter 33 tonight at 8:30 '
: !7. At 3
p. m. thai day will be a
at the YJkf.CA. Jackson PAINT try I* drink a .
Square. VALSPAR
parade of the Elks. A president'sball
at the Elks Club will. close I Qijl sweet beer
VFW Post I021 Meets Tonight the convention.

Walter R. Miekens V.F.W. Post 1 1 y.,,'" want the Because of our great ei| Hkai(.a 1 im... ,

9021 will hold its regular meeting I And give distinctive last ofthtrtafttr more BudwciHer, k aitaulq
tonight at its home on Whitehead 1 a happy sigh ". i dadwels.r .... D..
i mand it
whetw
ttreet. ,. you ...

Meeting will be under,the direction l
I ' of the Commander. Jose I &titkUf,21uiiIJ. = l. a

: II. Planas. All members and Two asp coowrio (.ntolo lat vs Mp, yew -. A
veterans desiring to become I
ALL VITAMINS with your painting problems .
members are urged to be presentat _
I o'clock. tao.. to be esweol 10 human .

-.uicaoa. plan I.-a sad uu.7Y. Bu4weiserTASTES
HOMEAPPLIANCE O
Conference Tonight I '2057 .'?, g __ f I !
VJTAAflN JIM
Tsai.
Fourth quarterly conference S ,.9sGARDNER'S .. '
meet ti ing tonight at the Ley Me- MOGINIZD MILK LIKE BUDWEISER

ftwrial Methodist Church will beheld
7:30 o'clock in the church. PHARMACY TUNE IN: Wft'ittif Sues i imt I .
at
: PHONE 11 .
1114 Division SU Cor. Varela JACK CARSON .;u Eve ANt7 ANHEUSER-BUSCH. .ST. LOU IS.
All officers and members are HONE' ( Simonton St. Key West ._ ;
J 177 . FREE DELIVERY(60S If. Tiardgr 9.-JO P.AL. NBC !
rrqurslrd to attend.
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