<%BANNER%>
The Key West citizen
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00518
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00518
 Related Items
Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

Full Text
-
-
, A
.- .. n.
.. ... .
.rw.M+ '- "--T-' #iaftlNiegC! 'qA I...' .....-y.-c; : .+iw ."Y. -- _ r ,
.. **: . 7 fr .: r ' - 1 l"n = ; : : : _. -- "
-
,.
'v '
,
: .:'.: .' -jp'. '" to'.
o II
.
,

t

-


.

Eey West .Florida, hat -the .-: .' r 'ated Free* Day ti+Tita \

most equable climate in the. mJ 1J .1K'Y m'e' (!t"ifr 'j and Pboto Senrieea

country withan average ; e ." s. t FOi l Devoted to til9 \

;- range of only 14 Fahrenheit y, jests oi Key Wet 4


; THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN THE U.S.A. Z 0 t t

.. .
VOL. LXLX. No. 102 KEY WEST FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY,.APRIL 28, 1948 > P FIVE CBNTS' :

,
.

Submarine Base To KING ABDULLAH . 5 Charged WithElks' .t



Receive. Meritorious DECLARES WAR ON ,.

V

. I Burglary r& .

Award For Safety PALESTINE JEWS .



cti r. MASON OF 7TII'.. l I r Jericho, bear Jerusalem,! Out Under Bond I

Richard. A. MackAnnounces\ I j Is Now
NAVAL DISTRICT TO II For Railroad Commission Occupied; No .

PRESENT AWARD. ON Late Bulletins;; For II I f j Large Scale Conflict As j*FOUR CITY PATROLMENAND

s I i '' Yel :
FRIDAYIn (OF The A.-eIat Pre *) !I PARADE YESTERDAY ONE DEPUTY ARE
Railroad Com. .. .
JUl 1 fly Tw .'ep"" .., ,
keeping with Secretary Sul I l CHARGED IN THEFT
TOM BRENEMAN DIES CAIRO Egypt. April 2S -
livan' expression of personal recognition ; State Railroad"Commissioner '. "
of achievement in safe LOS ANGELES*-Radio star,Richard A. Mack of Coral Gables: King Abdullah, Arab strong man. : CLOSED CONVENTIONOF OF SLOT MACHINES
'
ty1 Cap\ L. Y. Mason USN. ActIng Tom Breaeman, 41. died this today formally announced his 1 today officially declared war on I
Commandant the'.Seventh morning just prior to beginninghis candidacy in The Citizen: Mack is i Palestine. His troops captured Four Key West City Policemen
Naval.District, wiU arrive.in. Key nationally-known radio pro- the only south'Florida resident in I I at i:Jericho, just 20 miles from Jeru- ELKS OF STATEColorful I i and a special deputy sheriff wt
West on Friday to present to the gram. "Breakfast in Hollywood.: 20 years to hold'an.elective state i ii 'salem.l' Abdullah's declara- 'freed. under bonds of $5.000 each
civilian and naval personnel pf .Brancman died of a heart attack. office. I 1 war last night after their arrest ia
-
the Submarine Base theSecre: .?h. (radio star was especially 1I i tion brought fears of. a' third Event Featured' connection with the theft of seven .
Now 33, Mack is
veteran, has
RICHARD
: A. MACK
tary of the Navy Meritorious j world war in Washington slot machines
popular with elderly ladies who inj as secret i at the Qks Ohtb
worked Jacksonville
Award for Achievement in Safe-, flocked to his programs. Tamp; meeting took place to dfstuss Beautiful Floats Three Issued I on .Monday.
| .* and Miami and.was appointed to i' men in office who are qualified I l !;Warning
y the situation Tile men. who were IIIIINlAi.1 -
succeed the late W. Douglass.. [ and whose actions will be new existing in i
Arrangement have been ina'deto STRIKE DEADLINE SET I He is a graduate: .in business administration intelligent and practical." hones Palestine. I _Lands: Marching Men. I I ly suspended identified _- .
clothe the presentation with WASHINGTON.-'Three Railroad of.the University of j o !i I i To Liquor Spots j selves as: >>
C"rI't'IUOIand ul&nuy' filling Brotherhoods have set May'Florida and was associated with :j ASKS' FOR SUPPORT i ii j Washington sources today feared | Ami Fire-Fighting" Units! : , Wilson Jolly 1-F Porter Plartc. I

the high national standing which: :1 11th as strike date for their ISO.- Perr.ine Palmer; jr-as office man :;i "Therefore, I feel that I can that should the United Nations I,, : On LawsA I former city patrolman wtww alleged ,1
the award enjoys. The ceremony 000 employes. Should the strike ager of the Port Everglades Rock ; 'serve the public as it wants to be allow *n occupying country to invade The annual convention of the :| Obeying confession led to the .rrt'of
will take place on the North f go into effect it would again Co. at the time of his appointment i!! served on the Florida railroad another nation that it :'.Florida[ State Elks Association i, the others and the .....'', ..'
Quay bfeioiv the Administration and public utilities commission came to a close yesterday with warning was issued today
a
it did could be the the slot machines they wily
just
partlyze the country as spark to begin
building. 124. at the Submanne No "When I accepted'this post in and am asking the support of menand : .big f)arade in the afternoon and :: !by City Manager Ralph D. Spalding 1 stole. I I It
lliue. A grand stand will be be two taken years ago.against injunction the Brotherhoods can September," said Mack, "I did so women in all parts of Florida -.World War III. 1 I I dancing at the Key West Lodge :|: to holders of retail liquor I Frank Jolly 147 Pailsawla "
errelcd to scat the civilian personnel who want progressive and sincere In London the British govern .of Elks last night. I g i f
as they are specifically exempted with the announced intention of coyeying'I !street former ei4y l/aMnt si' '' J
I of the Base who will be servants in their public offices." ment announced that its troops I 1 The parade featured several
under the Taft-Hartley asking the people to continue in !i who, at first rceignod a4 then |
released from work to witness the I law. Frank Douglass of office for a full fouryearerm.." Mack. who was briefly witha an Palestine would resist any invasion floats and three bands and a I I ncsses."In announced that he had wdlt- |
)labor
by organized Arab forces simple language the laws
i
award. Citing his business adminis- Jacksonville wholesale house host of marching groups including | drawn the resignation. '
The Navy personnel 1 of the Submarine the National Mediation Board. tration education and experience as salesman began his business before the end of the British Palestine the U. S. Marines, the Na- i:prohibit numerous practices in Hector Castro tnrmn city f.- ?
said that the only thing
Ifcue. will hold a military I today is to calla the candidate said they i experience firm of Stovall BeSto..11. mandate May 15. tional Guard Company of Key i the conduct of business by" the trolman in whose h s-. >1 Wi t I
that could be done now No large scale warfare has yet West the Boys Girl and Sea l i liquor dispensing places. said
the cere- him excellent foundation '
uelore
inspection Just t the unions gave an Staples Avenue. six el the mwm/
meeting between broken out Abdullah's forces i i! City Manager Spaldinc. "Sale to
and will remain on the "for meeting the-problems He later became credit mana- Scouts. ..aied
many and management with the hope I comprise Arab troops of Trans- minors and even the once: of slot machines were by ;
to view the railroad commission ger for General Motors Acceptance First came a line of cars carrying i j i I pre ,
spection platform In-I of comprising the differences. facing and Corp. in Miami, then helda j jordania, Iraq, Syria Lebanon Retired President Cullen i iU. i: minors in the places are prohibit- Sheriff Berlin A. Sawyer ell information ;
A guard of United in its role of part court ; furnished by w.-
mony. and Egypt.: The Egyptian: troopsare and I II f'
Talton
Marines wul lend an air of I part court and part rulemaking similar post with Hector Sup Daytona Beach led."Places I "
and CAUGHT POSSESSING GUNS ply Co. until he entered the classed as volunteers. the new president Robert L. I>>- 1 1I j of business an forbidden Jolly. .
.
unction to the meeting complete body. bo between 2:00 a. Frank CUrry. former eHv t** ,
the representation of all NEW YORK. Two youths He said he also was convincedthat Army. After his release he joined j hon of Jacksonville and manyothers. to open who implithWd in Mile '
I and was
the m. and 7:00: a. ra. every day man.
which comprised the Sub- were arrested today under the people of Florida want the rock company. Wrfs. I IJolly's
units and theft of the maehmeft hgr N
Loss Of Machines\ between 200 a. m. and noon
duringthe Sullivan law for having weaponsin I Then th.para Base organization -- - --- *
marine - -- -- 1
--- -- --- - - : Sun- confession.
their possession. The young the following order: 6:00: p. m. to 0:00: p. m on :
which I

iod the year speakers award 1847 was during platform earned.A .drapedin per. men guns, to were Palestine individuals caught in packages sending there. One addressed the,1 Voting Machine\ j i City Property L I[Comes Up Tonight;I Elks Tampa Delegates throughout Lodge: of various the of Elks state.lodges band.' of J 1 I I days.euage is Sale is prohlO.M prohibited of: liquor Pmfan to in drunkards publici *---- I deputy as Samuel a watchman sheriff Bath so for etrputmd he.tower cwwM Dwvtil.m rr...II- *.


colorful bunting will be ,centered to both Jap- Will Be Shown i Owners Asked j! 'Consideration Tampa Lodge: of Elks float. I i places at all times. street business house
.hundred rifles. pisJols/ of the theft of ..
abreast the Administration l were found in ; U. S. Marines. I! "For the n.oteclion of the Sheriff Sawyer said l...iir .h
and German: slot machines from the Elks Club II
building entrance blending with* anese Key West National Guard. I I richts;! of neighbors, raucus noise. had information that RMf feed
dressing lines of colorful signal! the building. A school of instruction in the.!! To Clear Land and from the American Legion 1 Another float of the Tampa orchestras and. the operation of to recovery ef the ssvy. .alit
which' wilt be figged front --- -- use of voting "machines" will be Home on Stock Island Mondaywill arranged J
flags THIRDBEBLnj.rr Lodge of Elks. I juke boxes aat present machine. It 'was a 2i-Lat tir-
.. the flagstaff and around ,the, PLACED officials held at 8 p.m. tomo'n:9W.: the' During the: past winter season I be on. the agenda at, thenaeetrajLiol Mayor Robert Floyd of Miamiand mechanically are prohibited afI chine.'arid, aeundiiiu te.I .
.. grand a\ nd. 1_. pres '.. of Interested here have begun of an the investigation National visor of registration.. Clerks and ation of the State Sanitary Officials ' ;:. 28 pf the American. Legion' at 8 I Carbonell of Key West, riding in f orchestras may continue until theft of slot machiBai Eisw re- 1 |
willbe reserved* into -the affairs inspectors in the voting booths o'clock tonight. provided'neighbors
newspapers have spent a large amount: a' car. ,1:00 a. m. cently. J
close to the .pe ker- platform.. Democratic party. The in new recent or- will attend. ,1 of time compiling lists of the The members of Arthur .Sawyer j i f'nrr'v Jarkson! High School are not disturbed Slot machines These five men were ha.ke4
Employees of the Base= may aaaisation placed third is anti- AU candidates arc, invited by worst sanitary conditions and Post are aroused over the!.' (Continued On Page Eight) i are prohibited." at the shcrhTm office on w ns.b :
Its platform theft of the machines. Two of,
invite the members of their families elections. Eight England to attend. They will dangerous structures which (Continued On Pace Eight) f
to attend the ceremony as (Continued On Page have a chance ; see how their should be removed in Key West them were taken by the thieves. i I
guests of the Submarine Base. names appear on the machinesand In announcing this today. City Monday after they had overpowered -!1 j iI I hear JOE ALLEN
schedulewill I how to vote. {Continued On Page Eight) and tied up the steward. i MARALOY\
The pertain following to the time ceremony on low Weekly Summer Rates _ __ _--- .., I Mufflers Tail and Exhaust Pipes I i County Commissioner Candidate Palace Theater t ,
I
April 30: Now in effect, for AU Can WKWF F TlinrMlav) 5:45 James Ellison and: Aaa Gwya

10:43: a-m.-Naval personnel Fine for Navy Personnel Roy's Key West Auto Parts j (PM PULL Political LEVER AdY rtismenl 20-A I j' "The Ghoul. coca \\ lt1",
(Contmuea On ?age Eight) ( 121 Duval St. Phone 442 I II '
CENTRAL HOTEL : i:1YouWreck'Em I I I I News and Shorts f

= ......eee.eeeeaeeeeeeee5
.
-
UPSON BOARDat 1 ; I USED CARS ARE
BRADY'SCHOicf' !
CRAIG
- !! POOR OLD
MOVING\ FAST
STRUMC LUMBER YARD 1 1 1 : SERVICE STATION
I j
TELEPHONE til .Wc : POULTRY (.pl One While Yon Can Division at Francis Phone 9114
ixm
WK\ HAVE: . e
1214 Whit. Street Phone 540'
Say 4 ,.... .A _.A.._. '47 DeSoto Club Coup Like New Yale Tires & Tubes
.wwwww w .wwwwL w 'TOM and SAM"at .1 '45 Chevrolet. 4-Dr. Verv Clean .
MOTORTUNEUPSAVES\ **2 Plymouth Club Cpe Excellent 550 x 17 TIRES $147 '
SAYS Re-Elect I '41 Hudson Con:- New Top. Paint 600 x IS TIRES 133
CAS--- Monroe Motors inc. I '40 Plymouth. 4DrAn A-l Car 650 x 13 TIRES tS.fi
Lou Smith Auto Service i Oopecite 650 x U TIRES UJI
White at Fleming St. Phone 5 Your Friendly: Ford Dealer __ WILLARD M.\ : NAVARRO, Inc. Bus Station 700 x 16 TIRES 20.7f

Opposite Army Barracks FULLERVlARREN i ........................
......wa ............' ALBURYSUPERINTENDENT -,-- '----.' - --- -
i /'.YYYYYYYYYYYY.YY.YYYYYYYYYYYY..YYYYYYYYYYYyyyYY94
1 of E L E ( T :
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION t/ -

ReElectBERLIN j j. Tom WatsonCandidate PULL fii,24A : W. G. (Red) WALLACE f' I :

I A, 1 LEVER ,:
Governor : STATE ATTORNEY :
for I IflJ
.Paid 'olilirOlI A lvi-rtirin I ..
Ul-FLORIDA' CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNORThis 4

SAWYERYour PULL .- 6fI ;: Pull Lever =-- 16-B :
,tftj AtM- /
LEVER tlAt.l: j
SHERIFF is what Fuller Warren .advocates for our public schools: I : MK17T HIM THURSDAY

He Is A True Friend Of,,AU JPalch Watson Win 'Continued improvement of our public schools by further increases I ,. He Will Correct An Injustice :

the People of Monroe'County I in teachers salaries. and by enlargement and mod I ./ Committed Against... This County 4
Paid .lItI..1 I Adv..rrrm.->M< > 4
U'M fvr b> "rle-.r (Pushiest Adv. paid, fur bj Friends> : ywu5AAAAAAALAAAA
ernization of school and construction
Itrrlla A. ttewrcr) our present buildings I AA A /aaa&.r }
of where needed:
---- -
- ----- any new ones !


Glenn C.; Mincer Fu/ther. Warren advocates better Warren's practical plan for Florida -VOTE FOR-

facilities at our State Universities covers not only improvement HARRY HARRISPull
at Gainesville and Tallahassee. in the schools but reduction in the .

For-Re-Election He will appoint at least one woman cost of Government and opposi-

} on the Board of Control. tion to a general sales tax. And ew Lever No. 21-B

when Fuller Warren is your Governor a .a

, StateAttorney you won't have to "see"anyone VETERAIf WORLD WAR II

to see Fuller Warren! /or

PULL PULL --
16-A County Commissioner
LEVER Win With LEVER

JIIER Disposes of MI' official __ ELECT ti FIFTH DISTRICT

' &r Buiinfts Without Delay, Giving All-Florida's Candidate
I WARREN MC CARTY': E Para Conii,iouailo del (:analnJte. l
i Courteous. Hearing and Treatment .

, To All HIHH feHK : for Governor 9GYE412&f 3o. DistritnAd
.
! Paid P.liticai A4Ye-rUme-at) i I (Paid i".iita-al' rtimrm>al)
(roU.cai l a4.paid for by i
---
-- --

__- AN ENERGETIC, HONEST[ YOUNG MAN *Hh UK-
__
FOR SHERIFF VOTE for JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD-PULL LEVER 18-F INTERESTS OF MONROE: COUNTY AT HEART:

(PtU PeW1 .......flt.tmftOr

.






L e



.-. - . r - -

.. .



-
___ -
_.
_
.
'
. _, -- __ T .-, ,: ",, '.
"- -
. _ .. J... ---.j: _ ., I"T..: '_.- ,.. n,, -
:. .
._ . .. .,____ .-- ---<- .... . ' .. w' .. -- -. . I -yI ------- ,

". .
I '

[ f


I WE ) ( .! nAV. \PB1IDfly t1.1....

PAGE TWO t F 'THE KEY Ff''n" CITIZEN -


_. .... .
POSITION ... ....eeeveeeeeeteeee s
: U. S. REVERSES .I PIGGY-BANKERS

It, !t mst: QitinnPta1 .. , Radio Programs t

beept 8.*day. byS.
U8II" ,
.. AKTItAJK. AWBWV am4XOBXAX S... ..- I ', The United States Government has .I
t D.AKTMAX. Baal- ---.a .*
From Tb. CKlMB BmUdlor reversed its position two important mattern -
end Ass 8tre.ta
Corer oa
. . O.ly Dally N.w*.aper .. Key- Weal andUoBro of international'concern. The alteration Daytime Summary r
.
CountycaterM
and ) Selected programs a* fitted below
in as a surprise ,
our policies came
_
second class maturMCMBKK arc broadest at the.a tiMe Men.'
Florida.
J at Xi y Wot. M _
day tlll' ." Friday. Eastern local
OF THE" .ASSOCIATED PRESS apparently linked to the critical inter: tim. Fw central-subtract__ bow;
fr mountain subtract two htura.AMUl .
.. '2'11. AaaoelaUd Prep U exclusively entitled to national situation.
aM torn. all news .
w to It or not .therrwis. credited la thU paper and The first radical shift in the position 26 THROUGH Amt 30
: also tao local .... published Dire.SL'uSCRirrION .
taken by this country involved the parti- M.rad.q500lton.ymoen

., : On. Tear ?. ---RATES. '1.t.so... tion of Palestine and represented a back- Breakfast Club la-N.abc T.-nta

= a|-.is: .Monthbr Month* ifs LMAUVKKTISIMO track from the postition taken as late as .:1>-Ozark Oklahoma Valley Roundup c' lk_into-cb* ---- -- -

;Weekly se afoBth__: .%5 last Nqvember.As 10:00-Fred Wai-lag Show-*be ywgi .udt ... WtI

N RATES everybody remembers, the United My flask, Story For In'ama-abe robe NAZI-BANNED LITERARY I III' Your Horoscope I the. as4lele fiiI/--
01
Had Known on Application 1030-Hour of Seriate-abe I .. .tit5tlar
States acted vigorously to secure the approval Half Hour of Scrlala-cbc with a possibility atvvltsle
v SPECIAL "onCE. Say It With ilusic-mb j' -
1'; All r4lnc notices, cards of thartks. MsolmUons of the United Nations to the plan to 110-Arthur Godfrey Show-ct* :: WORK BEING REPRINTED WEDNESDAY. APRIL M. II+C'.. from the oppu-rt sety
.f obituary notice, poems, etc will no Breakfast la II' '
'L respect Bollywood-at*
then there has ,
I rr charred for At the rat. of !. cents a liDO partition Palestine. Since 11J -Ben Alexander Show aotw |I-Possibly today; will jHNxtafce _,I
which AP WewsfeofuresBERLIN. the till iuaand ..
Notice* for entertainment by>> chvrches from who wilr pidi I .... wr .
been considerable fighting of the 11:45-S.rUu J< ara.-cba easy-coin per-jon
4
gang-
5 cents av 11
derived
a revenue Is to be are .-Writings by German-speaking authors which the i' are.lnpttged ia the United Sta
The Cltlsen U an open forum and Invites dlsttaica I 'out the soft spots in life; butthere
It' of |*bU Issue and *ubjrt of local or ster and terroristic element in that unhappy Aff..._. Nazis banned and burned for 12 years are now presented jto '1 is a spice of stubboi e S, I life 11I1 tlrMCe l>Viio'1a I.....

.._rat Interest, bat It will not publish anonymous and Arabs being -Wekom.ravelers-abe I German readers in best-seller under the of Most are nIIUen and cierk t
Jews
with both a anthology published : ...
f _nnnlcaitoaa.IMPROVEMEHTS. area, Kale Smith Speaks-rats and .a bit of luck !ii: .le_WoV_ _ _
_.
-
r 12: 0-Worts and Music-aba t the American. Military
of what be termed atroci- auspices -- -
guilty can only
Band Concert
Dally *-mbc1KX
;.: >-ilu.! Half Boar aU Government ;
c -
I ties. 1 I I
WILL YOU SMILE?
[ ,. FOR KEY WEST 1:1*-The Happy Caoc-mba The 215-page book given a 'i AJIfBICA'f OIiTITAIIISs h
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN The surprise shift of the United S.CO-Four Hour of Serials-abe I first printing of 60,000 copies OBTSOAIKItrs
before Queen lor a Daymod2:30Bride No here is titled "Verboten und Yer- :
States was hardly cleared Washington and Groom-abc Danger"Aren't Ii w

C announced that the United States, ilartla Block Records-mb* brannt (Forbidden and Darned)." : Till taw
I; 1. More Hotels and Apartments. I* -Doable or Nothing_b* It contains excerpts: from the r
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Great Britain and France had proposedto Ladles Be Seated-aba you ashamed your- writings of some 200 authors. '
':>>The House Party cb* self?" asked the i
: 3. Airports Land and Sea. the Soviet Union that the territory of Paul Whiteman Records-abo temperance re- They come back into print now i

4. Consolidation of County and Trieste be returned to the Italian Govern- 4:00-Hint Hunt Quls-cb* former. "Day in and day out you as the four occupying powers are .

City Governments. 4:30 Winner Take All-cba ,- are in a state of intoxication. Al- still working on a big book purge
ment. The disposition of this city was one Treasury Band Stand: -abo 1'of the de- OUTBOARD MOTOR
Auditorium. their involving,
$. Community own 1Y
of
00-School of the Air-cb* ready you show the symptoms
of the problems connected with the treaty Kiddies Hour (west repeals 1 hr. delirium tremens. And I under- I jrtruction of millions of volumesof 5e. if now/
later)-abc and mb
Isteratore.
, Nazi and militaristic -
of peace with Italy. Yugoslavia and Italy IM5-Lam and Aboer cts-east stand that some! poor girl has : This purge is being> condue- ; 518870 0 b's truly rwmorkobUI YM i iI

both wish to retain control of the port. been foolish enough to "accept I ted under au Allied Control Au- l I won't b.w v. it w.ri you see fcb's

MONOGRAPH your proposal of marriage. for the fftot tines ......
The changed position of the three nations NETWORK PROGRAMSEastern "Never mind, old boy." repliedthe 'thonty order providing k. one roofer
of libraries: of public it wouU.
I cleansing IhowvN
4 To Our Merchants about through effort to "The girl I'm' : .e. you always
comes an Local Time. For central hopeless case. ,and commercial institutions of literature I @ take two meten to do.fe corritt
subtract for mountain
one hour
Advertising in The Citizen is al- solve an admittedly vexatious problem in subtract two hours. Some local *ta> going to" marry is a : snake i, preaching racism and I yen over if* water of .....
t..... change hour of relay' 4o fit charmer. iI The banned Nazi
connection with the special zone set up local schedules. Last minute program I I militarism. : the fake yewr. br.o iitf ewer '
changes cannot be inc'uCl.CI.WIDNlSDAY. books are not burned but pulped; i
successful and policed by American, British and Yugoslavian The American people spent [ to produce new paper for school I, and' it tl.SNI.l dowel b p.rf a",

-: into his advertising program. troops. This has not worked APRIL 2. $467 million! for educational I textbooks ana newspapers. I :1 Crowlin..iOn howl'I trc
reading matter in 1940 and- an %MM new MAtTTN MOTet

4 THE ORACLE. satisfactorily and there have been rumors .... ., additional $338 million for re- II The anthology contains the authors i S a . flood-proof, wow PAS

_. I that the Yugoslavian Government might i.-OO-Newscast News Report.Every 15 Day:Mln.--cb nb* I creational reading. [ works as of Thomas such well-known and Heinrich: I I' : . imkwIf tililell.. Its lporV .

wheneverthe :Network Silent'Hour-abe-east I I BtrtpKiBrecht v 1 Uwg pet rf >ONte.C sI]K let ii
in free Baum
move on the territory Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-west: Mann Vicki
.. LEGALS Slfe- a r_volw ionery 1M..r princiyl
AID TO EDUCATION Network Silent (1 hr.VTabseastKiddie Lion Feuchfwander, :
left. I
FEDERAL Anglo-American troops .
Hour (repeat-mks-we.t
I mund freud, Martin Gumbert. I . .edeetticelly-c""e11.4 .I,
.-. It is also noted that the Italian people ':li Guest-Sports Talks: Music Time Time-eta-nbo i\ THE r.R'TIT roi liT OF THK i[ Arthur Koestler, Emil Ludwig. pop_ varVcffMARBN >

Although the first| Federal aid-to- went to the polls on April 18 and that the ':30-Chicago: Orchestra-cbs-east .:1..:*RNTH JI ) (OF"ll.FLMHIUt.("R'T'i Erich Maria Remargue (excerpts Vine. yew every -

Lust and Aimer repeat cbs-wett OK .,Tilt, .TTK MOM*OK COI\T1. ; from his banned "AU Quiet on thing wowM ordinot/ ..- > >
education bill was introduced in 1919, recent Communists were defeated in the election. .: -Newscast by Three nbe |\ M Foil you
I Lowell Thomas (repeat 11)-cb* IN ('Il.%>('.:'''. I the Wcotren Front"); Anna Seg- pect in an outboard motor
;: passage by the Senate of legislation Great pressure was brought to bear upon 7OO-su r Crab-nbc-baaio LOriS TCAINHVRi('.<* %.. 11-3S3':ilT. i! hers, poet Fritz Unruh.. Franz SCe plus many hicjMy-M.pofta
sponsored by Senator Robert A. Taft, of them in view of the fact that they had' to :The New Beulab and Commentarf Show-cbs -abe Plaintiff.\OHCK I Werfel Stefan Zwieg and Carl cxdushr feature '
r III
Fulton Lewis. Jr.-rob* "t T. I I Zuckmayer.immnumamnm. R 0 L L INS
time that either :
:- Ohio, marks the first choose! between loyalty to their country 7:1S---Newt and Comment-nbo OWYNXETII NILnnEDVRH5HT.ivfemlant. .

house has passed such a bill. (Italy) and the advancement of the interests Jack Daill'ommeDtaryabc Smith and Song-cb* TO: H for 'S.
Wrieht.
Mildred
The vote in the Senate was 58 to 22, supposedly, of another and not New: Dinner Date mb* Cwynnrth!!C U1 "IhOlrt: STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEETRIUMPH :. OUTBOARD See It fellas. _
l:3O-Ge.. Oabora Talk-nb New York City. New York. I .....
with 27 Republicans and 31 Democrats too friendly nation. There can be no doubt Bob Lone Crosby'Ranger Club Drama cb-abeTJ You are hereby required to appearto i ; 3IQTORS It's a btautyl ,

; favoringthe bill, while 17 Republicans that the move on the part of the three nations K9 AI&DouDceCI-mb. the the Kill above of Complaint styled canoe for din.r.ein on ..rorfore ; COFFEE. -

:;; : and five Democrats opposed it. in willing that Trieste go back entirely 7:4 -Sport Kaltebborn Murrow Comment New Comm..ntDboEd --mb00 cb*** "* IS4t! oiherwlMthe> the 15th day allegation flr May, ..A.contained I). t, BULL j i atOutboard Motors\ Service Corp.

e The purpose of the bill is to assure to Italy had its bearing on the outcomeof ': -Dennis! Day Comedy-nbo f-erred. therein ill."e taken ro.nTbta Tat I IN LITTLE RIVER

a minimum expenditure at least $50 ar the election. Mayor American of the Melody Town Time-abc-cbe week Order for four I. Ie.C"On'W..'published
_ : year for every child i in the nation of pri- t JO Special Great Accut Gildereleers-obi-mba In the Key1st t..illa..a -w,,- fD' m:.RI m'm_ .. !I- I Phones 7-3314 78-1025 78-7955
of Key _
t t. paper' puhlishwl In the. CUr .. .
.. --------- ------- --
--- - -- --
-
Dr. Christian Drama -cb* -
mary and secondary school age. It is estimated : The man who asserts a fact, when it Yon Pop l.terieabp \\.1: Florida.: thU{; 27 1kk, ;
.1 "()\E ANll ORDrTKKO
.
that these number 20000000. is not a fact, is a liar, regardless of what ':9 -High Fir*Adventure.Minutes Yews-eb Drarosr rf be" \i'r. day SKALf..f April.>.- A.Y---f H. Ut"? "-.. y;..-'* "'s-XRo '.fli' ..-100t --............'.. ... .

.; f To qualify-for Federal aid, a State, he talks about, Billy .Bos Comment-mb"*- "...to SawyerjrClerk ,
u.-The Deify Tavern-nbo Jrt of the 4.1."it Court.
. must spend for education at least one per Mark Warnow Music-cbe :II on roe County Florida.
Abbott .. toaleJJo-ebc .' By C.Ml) Florence K. Sawyr.Ieputy .
cent of "the'total income payments received KNEW HIS RIGHTS Gabriel Heatter. CpmmeBt-mbe :; Cl.rk. I aI
':1Se-Xew* Broadcast-mbs -1-1f Hilary I*. \lhnry. I .
from its citizens. If these equal : O-District Attorney Drama-nbo': Solicitor 1 for Plaintiff. t WAIT
SHORTEN THE
'
; James Melton Concert-cb* a apr2S.may12U.l( ,
.: .
less child the
than $45 a Federal Govern- A young Hungarian refugee, being To Be Announced-abe

ment will make up.the difference and add held in Elko, Nevada, for a rather brutal Go For.this House. Qula-'nb abo. fW0 NOTICE Of ITKTIO\ N4KE
: : Tie Big Story Drania APPI.IC. TIO FOR KINI. ,
$5 a pupil. crime, including the killing of the wife ofa The Whistler Drama-cbaBine IM'MH.K! i 1
Crosby Variety-abcOpmionalre rOI'%T"
l I\ COtHT OF THE
The measure in'the Senate skirted minister, told the court: "You can't shut Forn>-mb* Jl D.:. MOMtOK4'OI -\T1.
10:30-Jimmy Durante Sbow sbe STATE OF FLORID
. controversial issues. The question of giving me up as I know my rights." Two Gordon Talk MacRa Time*Show-cb*-abo In rr the Estate Of PROBATE REFRESH THE MAN
ELLA K. KEY
aid to parochial and non-public schools We would not condemn the refugees California Melodies-mbs l>ecea ed. .
11: 0-News Jt: Variety S hrs.-nbe To All Whom It Mar Concern:
, was avoided by leaving the matter up to from Europe on the basis of the conductof News ft Variety.S bra.-cb. Notice In hereby given that HaroldJ. I .

. the States. In fact this policy was applied but call atten- New tc Dane Dancing 1 lira.flour-aba mb . Key filed his final report an Administrator ) -
this Hungarian youth we News. of the estate of Ella t;. J .
120--Dancing Contln *4-abc-w... Key. deceased that he fileil his petition I
.' to other proposals designed to instruct the tion to his statement in court because! very for final discharge and that

" .-. States as to the spendingof'the money. often, it epitomizes the objectives of those LEGALS he will R.apply Lord.to the County Honorable Judge Raymond of : : .

. While some educators are afraid that who come into a land which grants them :Monroe County. Florida on the lith of .
for
approval
day of May. J'4'I.
'J{ the contribution of funds by the Federal freedoms. They "know their rights" but \OTl("K TO CREDITORS came and for final discharge a- : -
UJJ Probate Act SMS. 11). un Administrator of the rotate of Ella .. .
oS. Government. eventually mean centralized they sometimes fail to understand their I\ THE COIHT OF THE ('0. \TV t;. Key deceased on thin lIlh day I .
JUDGE MOMIOK COU.\TVi of April. Uf!!. ';
'i control, of education. the United responsibilities.Much FLORIDA. IN PROB. TF. Harold J. Key.Administrator. i I I
.' of t of tn,-estate
In Re: Estate !
.- States, there is no reason for this to hap- the same comment applies to t1111.1..01:1oA LYO .alf) knownas of Ella KK;.->. drceased. I -
'y t ; M.CISA Lynx and also knownas apr.2l--ama-1.1540. ar AI
1 .
pen. We donot mean that it cannot hap- some of the pressure-group! minorities EMMA L. LYON
I>ecea.f'd.T. I! R
.. pen, or that there is not a tendency for NOTirK OF PIIOIITKIV
..t which are now concerned solely with get- .. All Creditors and Persons Having THK "0l %T. Jl IM.K t (01'HT.MONHOK .

, :- those who provide the funds to insist upon ting what they consider their rights in utter Said Claims Estate: Of emands Against %. COI'STI. !TTK: OF
1,011111
compliance with provisions that Ton and each of you are hereby - ---' . --
,
they es- oblivion of their obligations under the notified and required to present any EMMA Estate, LOflSA of T.YON.also knownas : "'- T
!
principles and precepts of the American claims and demands which you or LOt-lA LYON and also knvwnas "-' : t
tablish.We either of you may have against the EJoIJoI.L.. LYON i -
.
: .mean.to say that if the people of Government. estate of Emma Louisa Lyon. also IiKeaed:
known Louisa Lyon and also s/
as
The State of Florida to All Per onsInlereMe : r
., the States are resolute and insistent in known as Emma L. Lyon deceased .
Whenever any person, or group, con- late of said County, t.. the County l in the Kstate of Mid Ikerdent -
: their demand that the States be permitted Judge of Monroe "'..unH. Florida. :
centrates upon rights and forgets obliga- at hi- office in the -or to operate their educational ...aId"unly at K' Wc..t. Florida written instrument purporting to be Y
i system, they tions, they begin a process which will within eight calendar months from the Last Will and Testament ..f saiddecedent

can create all the pressure necessary to eventually end in the destruction of the the time. of the first publication demand of in said has CourtYou been admitted tn pr'hair -
this n. ktacII claim or
prevent Congress, or administrative hall l. In writing and shall state are liereby commanded within t .
any rights of somebody. > fix calendar months from the ; ,,,1.. ;
i
the place of residence and post office -
,/sofficial,.,from attempting to dictate to the addr>-s of the claimant, and date of the firM publication nf thinnotice c :fY -
to appear in aid Court and s
shall be sworn to by the "claimant )
States in this matter. Advertising is like fishing, you must his agent or attorney and any such show canoe, if an> ><>.uan. oh>
the action of said Court in admitting
hallMAII
filed
claim or demand Dot so *
use the right bait at the right place and Le void ..,an.1 salt unr..v..k..d.RAYlIOXI Will to. probate should' not

\ : ,30 AND OUTFerdinand at the right time to expect r sults.WORLD'S All executor> PAPT.of the Last Will R. LORD
and Testament ef Emma Lou- County Judire. :Monroe
ira Lyon. also known as Loit- ,County Fl..ri.'aHj .
ia Lyon and also known a' AneV Vlllar
Spurgeon Chandler, better COSTLIEST TRIAL Emma 1.. Lyon deceased.apr.1412r.nra)5.154s. Clerk
:- known to baseball fans as "Spud," has a pr.l-J-8tnayO.UfII..

been given his release at the age of thirty- The trial of former Japanese Pre- 1% THE riWC IT ("OI'RT OF Tin I\ Tin ("In(', IT ('O"RT OF Till
..
KI.K\K>TII JI 111(1% ('IIIt"'T
"
KI.K\KNTH JII> <
I -L. ( IHftlTOK
nine because'of calcified bones in his right mier Hideki Tojo and twenty-four Japanese TilE STATE OK ...Ull..,'. OF THE "T%T.: OF ." .OHII)*. v'r
1AD FOR MO>HOr: ('OI"T", 1% .\MI FOR MONROE ('(II >TV.l .
elbow. officials for j setting off the war in the l\ ('H. "('.:ln. \ (-HCI.ltl.C .
._ .. ,. .
% -3.
N*. 114-M
We call attention, to the release of Pacific began May 3rd, 1946, and after MARRELL CLIFTON I'KCK. ELUIITII..

,- Chandler because he has been one of thegame's 419 courtroom days, adjourned for the Plaintiff.vs. I\OIl"E. T*. Plaintiff.HIS ORE :. _

'Best pitchers for nine seasons. Winning judges to reach a verdict. MART ELIZABETH r>.PECK.f-i JaB.. JACKTALLACE. SMITH I,-r.n.bnt

109 games and losing only 43, he had Newspaper accounts call the trial :ORDER OF PIBLICATIBTTO. : ORDeR ,OF rl HU.tTIO.TO ,.I

a victory record of .717, but today, at a the most expensive in the history of the Central if ART ELIZABETH.'\..nu.., PKCK. Jack Residence Wallace t"known Smith. I 2'yN

comparatively early age, he is what the world, with costs estimated at $20,000000. ,- You Lakewood.are hereby:N. ).required tn appear It .. hereby. toappear ordered on bat Mar-v'.u Zilh.1 artrein1rx i il 1 I

club-owners call a "free agent." The defendanes were accused of having t" the Kill of Complaint for ,4i., before the above entitled ..art
divorce the above M\le cause on to the Bill of Complaint filed
Several editors have commented on plotted aggressive warfare and the indictment or before the 17th day '"f May. A. i). attain you in the alxe entitled
1948. otherwise the allegation cause and the KejVeM Citizen thereby -
the fate that has overcome this veteran included the attack on Pearl therein will be taken a* confessed. designated a* the newspaper" ,
This Order la la which this' Order lull I... puhlished -
to be published oncea
pitcher that Listen "CLAITJIA"
the
observing te
service
same in Harbor, the Manchurian-China incidents, week for four consecutive weeks once a week for four rvaeeutive -

some other profession or business would and in The Key \\Vt CitiaeB. a trewspaper weekn.Witness ; WKWF Il 15 VM.
responsibility) for wartime atrocities. >> published ia the City.of Key the Honorable AqnilinoLopez. ,
have brought increasing \\...to Florida. Jr. as One ..f the Jud..,;"-. .'f
ability and en- It will probably take the judges con- r*NE AND ORDERED: this Uth this Court and the Seal ..f this .1 k fir it a ill:" vcay . / :!,
dar of A. 1>. > Coart in the City of Key \V .... Flor- -
larged compensation.The April. UU "
siderable I
time tn, ..,-tj
to study the 10,000,000 SEAL) ida this 19th day of April. 1JI8. >t mean thf s.ime t>.;>;.g.OTTUO .
yards of Ross C Sawyer. Ross C. Sawyer.Clerk .
testimony and
argument" but
the Clerk of the Circuit Court Circuit Court. !
experts say there will be war verdict, whatever it :be represents' Monroe County. Florida.By Monroe County. Florida. I UNOE AOTHOIJTT OF THE COCA-COtA CO.fAHT IT
may
: Kathleen XoUageI By: (sd) Kathleen Nottace. KEY WEST COC.t COL1
eventually but not now. It doesn't take an effort to apply justice international >t-puly Clerk. Deputy Clerk. DOTTUNC COMPANY
Hilary Albnry.. John O. Sawyer.Soliettot .
oracle to make that announcement. events. Solicitor: for Plaintiff. for l-Uintlff.. I .....tie...,.... taw
apr.li!anay3.1 lS 0 pf.Zl-2S,may 5-12.194!. 1


r .. . I. ;. ":. .
L! t
't, "t .'



}, .:;It .

.



J

...


tt ., -
-- - - -
---
-----
l __ _____ -- --



11 JI m-'tii, ' ", ... > ? .1': : ;:-r{ -' "\' ::;: 'l ,., ; 7J --==:;-r..4 : ; =.;:

\ '
< \ : ,' J' rWEDNESDAY.






: : -- : ,

APRIL 28. 1948 THE KEY WEST..;CITIZEN : :PAGE'THREE


National Guardsmen ,Will ] 200,000-GALLOX FUEL OIL TIRE Who: Knows, ?


4.t* ,1. Name the 16 nations to receive .
.
.. .
L "Exempt From Selective I 2. What ERP aid-is the population-' of

'
Burma?

I 3. When was the N. Y. Stock
Service Laws Roberts .. Exchange founded? .
Says :: I
: ;
|j 4. What is the northernmost.
.,
,i university on the continent
INDIVIDUALS BETWEEN:k- 1 5. How many atom bomb explosions -
i i have been- announce!
in.\I20 NOT LIABLE Total Absentee I and where? >
J 6. What is the most used form
FOR DUTY UNDER u.s. 1 of public transportation in"th'c
Ballots Now fcus" -
LAWS 176!F : -
7 How long >) a furlong
I I 8. Who is Paul ,Fernandes? ,
Capt. Will E. p. Roberts commtndfnc A total of 176 absentee ballots 4Fs t J 9. How many American *nationals .
officer of BatteryA". had been cast for the election !S< live in Berlin?
Tilth AAA Gun Battalion of May 4 in the office of the county | 30.-Who will handle -the administration -
Key West today issued informa I judge County Judge Raymond R. i P |. 'of' ERP? '
tion with the Selective Selective Lord reported today. I j
: ..
Service Law. He states the folJowlnl Ballots must be in by Friday.
: the judge warned. The Answers

"Major General Sumter L. .. -
Lowry has Just returned from 'Amum[ I I\ S. S .. 1. Austria, Belgium. Denmark, .
Jaycees'i
Washington aid states that ,it is y France. Greece. Iceland Italy
almost certain that Luxembourg the Netherlands,
a Selective!
Service Law will be passed im- i Election Tonight : j Norway Portugal, Sweden Swit-
1 and the United
mediately. General Luwty states r zerland Turkey
Annual election of officers oi
that individuals between the t.\t \\lreplK) ; Kingdom.
the Key West Junior Chamber ; 2. 15,000.000 people. .
of
IS
ages and 20 who :
are member FLAMES
AND DENSE
of the National of Commerce will be held at 8 ; BLACK SMOKE sweep skyward in a 3. In 1192.
Guard at the ..
time that the law is passed will o'clock tonight at a meetin in j 200.000-gallon fuel oil fire at Chicago. Firemen are directing : 4. University of Alaska.
not be liable for service under the clubrooms in, Flagler avenue.t streams cf water against two 100.000-gallcn tanks but with little 1 5. Five-one each in Hiroshi
the provisions of the contemplated effect. The storage 'tanks were owned by the Continental Can : ma Nagasaki. Lo Alamos N. M,
law. I Brief Items Of : Company and were under lease to Swift and Company. and two .at Bikini.
lie believes J 6. The elevator. Sprre 17 bil-
_that. prior to the
passage of theo law the age group Interest To Women ---- |( lion passengers traveled more
j than 214 million miles on eleva-
will he amended to include ages Ij! ELECTION PLEASES CHIANG K\fSIlEK.f .
,17 to JO. I If frozen meat is not thawed .,." .. _. i tots each year. .
< "C j 7. Ont-eigth of mile.
a
,' .
XSeneral Lowry ii the .f 1 .
commanding before cooking allow .
extra cooking
# of Brazil. .
t I 8. Foreign Minister
officer of the 51st Division time.Soy i T ':. .
.:
19.oout 10000.
Florida National Guard. ) ; I L
of which the local is I t: 10. independent EconomicCooperation .
unit a part.A beans have become ; "
the Administration, r'e-:'
reprint from If. R. 6274, 80th ,
fourth largest cash .
: grain crop in ', sponsible- to the President. '
Congress 2nd Session follows: the U. S. .1
"Satoctlva Service Act of 114r I .
Subscribe to The Citizen..
f See. S. (d) (1) Persons who. on Of the 3 070 counties in the '. I
the effective date of this Act. .
United States
1.400
are without I
were members of the federally local public health services. < :

mtignued federally recognized National' Air Guard National, the I Rayon is used in : : I Roberts S U PLIES
more
of
types : 250
Phone
Guard the Officers Reserve fabrics than 126 Duval Street.
any other fiber-More I
Curp. the Regular Army Reserve than half the women's dresses
the Air Force Reserve, tloaeEnlikod manufactured yearly in the United ; 7 We Are Accepting Orders for
Reserve Corp the Naval -
States are-made of fabrics that GRADUATION DELIVERY for
Reserve the Marine Corps 1
are bll-rayon or part-rsyon. +I- ROYAL PORTABLETYPEWRITERS
Reserve the Coast Guard Reserve
and the Public Health Service 'I
I I Btginner-sewers should
remember -
Reserve and active _
are not on -
duty shall, so long as they that fabric construction .
will
When Orders are placed. we
not the kind
of fibers 't
used, determines -
continue to be such members and
for
delivery ,
. guarantee.
whether a fabric is
pel form service for which they easy Graduation
are entitled to receive pay for or difficult to sew. In selecting DaySOUVENIRS ;
attendance at drills or equivalent fabrics that will be easy to work
dilly be exempt from service by with. look for medium-weight, ,
induction under the provisions t>f firmly woven fabric --p-
this Ace. but_ not from regsArattnn. ; 't I .
\ \ Seek DivorcesPetitions t
-<2) Except as provided in subsection j I PARTY FAVORSand
(b) and except a* hereinafter I seeking divorces were I BRIDGE .
provided, no person who filed yesterday in the office ofCircuntCourt
. dull become a member of 4 reserve Clerk Ross C. Sawyer PRIZE ITEMS. '1
component after the effective by Louis Wayne Wright I
date of this Act shall thereby -- ...- .
-
against Gwynneth Mildred i. Everything in TOYS to '. .t
be exempt from registration or (.Wright: by Aldona Duffy against 1.1"Irephoto) Make the Kids Happy! w.I .
I ..vice by induction under the Mark M. Duffy; by Max Robert : ELECTED FIRST CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT cf China.
provisions of this act: PROVIDED -!I Weedin, Jr., against Ethelnu i Chiang Kai-Shek smiles with pleasure as he reads one of many TROPICAL TRADER r
7i that persons who. prior to I 1 I Othello Wceidin and by MariaLouisa 'I congratulatory messages received at his home in Nanking. Thisis '
attaining the age of eighteen Rodriguez Sands against i the first photograph of him since his election. It was taken I 718 DuTal St. Phone 1000
years and six month -. are appointed I I Enrique Earl Sands. i I by John M. Kogan. Associated Press staff photographer in China. >>"" :
.
to or enliited in an organized -

t t components unit of of any the of armed the reserve forces I j ............. ............................... .s

mentioned In paragraph ID of I 1-
., this subsection which participateIn 1I I-
It scheduled drills and traminj e .
periods throughout the year :
S.v .
shall m long a. they continue to .
. I* members of any of such components ?
be exempt from service Ii
by induction under the provojuem and ELECTRICITYSaves

of this. act but not fromrrftistratlon. . |

"It can readily be seen from
the information shown that it
would be far better to enlist now
with our local Naticnal Guard i MONEY I
,
and inc Military serve wur Training Country at by home.""iv- too!

There are vacancies in the
Battery now. but it is expected .
in view of the above facts that .
there will soon be filled so it
suggested that those young i'l If jour life is all work anti no plav--then Go Electricall :

fthtir wMo contemplate National Guard enlisting flattery //if icuy-ami save lime, labor anil money. Ye, elertricily .

oVa .. now. Do not put it off for I can do all the job for von with modern, low cost. .

. tuq long. The Armory from will"30tol beown easy-to-operale appliance You ran Refrigerate, Cook, .
evening
10 00 every o'clock commencing tomjrrow Heat Water, Launder, Clean and Entertain in the borne . _

(Wednesday) and con- faster and better than ever before. .

. tirfcilng through the month of Th're"er011 J employ electricity', jon use thr I>!':1, .
M y" ..
,
most modem m'thod-allcl there are-store "
I I Ie than 200 uses

Funeral I tliron Iiont the borne for this lime", money and labor saying .
C I I .
)I rey eon\enience. .

To Be Thursday And the amazing fart is. that the more you use, the .

I I- lower the priee. You see, electricity works cheaper for you .
tfuneral
he of Talman Care). I I- when it's used in quantity. That' why we say don't delay, .

49, who died Monday evening at use electricity all the icay-for electricity, does all the job-, .
4 Municipal Hospital, will be heldat does them better and doe them more f"'clJomicalh0 .
tomorrow from the '
Jn-
1&-3Q ' '
ALL-ELECTRIC.
.
;.
La, Funeral Home with
"-t the '
-I R. uO. Leon Wells, pastor of '. .
nt.l Methodist Church t-fficiat- .
:'If i : lirrlal win be In the fam- .
id City Cemetery.fr .
iI) pMt .
"
survivor is his mother. .

M 'Ua GO ALL ELECTRIC THE MODERN WAY- :

About three million people left .

A I American IHO farms and 1 4-for. cities between I: The More You Use-The Lower the Price! :


- .

o '. .
II i. .
# I. .
-
4'af .

'- () ,

,\

ts i1' ; 4* 1 .. S

SiS
o' .
.. .
b ,;\ .

t I; ......................................... .






.



--- - - - - -
Ft- .... --1.-



:: : t-_ -_. __<..;...,L j '". : .,; _J -': - ----- "',

':. ,

,"; -...
.
-
.
".,

'



.
-
; WBDHBI AY, APRIL *t.
PAGE FOUR .. _ THE KEY WEST CITIZEN. - -----.


, .. : I' . . .'. . . as .
GAYETY REIGNS IN BRIDAL SHOWER OX BUS

t CLASSIFIEDInformation A



I

for the Ad*r tIwn


KATE FOR HK"CUAH cad ltitiHttifat.ACKVACE'rrrlc .. .
gas--t iM i.N4 .i t .
s..aa. to ....1.1 i r" a.,
Advertisemeats .eMF tDie .... ....... ............ .I'll !.a.'..s
will b. iBsert4 Inbe he Clt.... at ..s -, Mte ,.... .J .n
rat of S e a word f. .sett Iti- ia..erlN .
Fair a .t.ertto. .......
dssfr
.. but the /eia4i..A tMS r lee.r.. ___d ...... -a.... a
he first IS word M .. ....... ..rs .
.
I bi.rRt.e+ type .. as a .. . f :
The word.rate. ..d for the ..11_ ...,.. Me ....... in tea _r ..' ,.
he tint IS words U 4*.. ., ar.,t......... .. ,L
.
\

spw rR All a4nrtl.lnJr fa aa'eeNed .... tau .....ist ,.e. 'l
event of errors .d.. "' .., ......... ..itrart. T"'.w'i 10 .
responsibl..eli for the ,..... i..eal.ti r e.s/fbd idle .
Dlgias 4dverti I-% tor .&l tbs eeisM a sit .1 .... -w._
.,....
part et tke advertteeteest wee la. Mwe

a _ _. . . . . . . . . .
- - - - - "- - - - - - .

: HELP WANTED-MALE ron SALE U s

Bartender wanted for ...-.,- !: 1M Pastier ford" ..

town. Must be sin.k ad [ tint efaM .ewtdttMNL >rj|

sober. .$30 per week plus J'8OIII JW 0MMBMMMi sired
) and board. Six-day week. An'- 'I ,fJ4

swer, giving last two employ j -
....... 1giir
as references. Write Box WAT. J9.M tllhlest '
Ii care Citizen. aprSS-6tx, arniitlsm tIMftAngela < iw'

s :, .... Nt ar. .
.
,
AIR-MINDED (Wlrep&oto)
Top men among this yew's higi I
PARKER WARFORD. bus driver: pours coffee for bride-to-be Jean Welch. 18. during a party school graduates want careers JIBV-Y......

given for Miss Welch in a bus bv fellow commuters in Detroit. Mich.. Friday. A group of 15 in aviation. Its a specMlirt'* ,

ular commuters bedecked the bus with crepe paper and balloons and served refreshment as field with specialist pay. yOU|! Waintrt.I bons. ____

bus rolled along its route toward downtown Detroit. reg'I I can enter this exciting and HH- I I fans ......... O's-at. y ht

limited field through the United 11 A4-)(. IP'1
--- ---- --- ,F
------ n- ----
States Air Force's Aviation I

Smith I dlUlUlminlmllllWIRllIiUilinllUWIAIWlWllUlUlIfA Career Plan. )IIW] M Mt .54
I Pinder To Reign
What's Doing High school graduates between'r'
17 and 34 can select the specialized -(! Jw MIDrWtteC


Over May Day Events!I ARMED at SERVICES the want, qualify training for the COUTH school they be-,!, '

. fore they enlist. and thus be' Mdtarfarm. iwtinueiPeardeeie

I Y.M.C.A.: I sure of the assignment ... asiteet a' .........,
I POirCCIANA MAY DAY*k Jackson Square Whitehead I prefer. Gain a head start ,1 liaswes. stare fry
and Southard Streets BAky AM*
the career of tomorrow by letting
I
FESTIVAL TO BE HELD ASSISTED IN RCPROGRAM .
those ... W.
'C1nrnmmlilllhUIDJ;'.nDinnitiiuiuuiiuuunuiuvI the full details NOW. Vint! apFtettide.re .

NEXT MONDAY, MAY HERE I i your nearest U. S. Army and i: -
Wednesday .
U. S. Air Force Recruiting Office I stiff .4.txiitbt
,3, AT3:30P.M.: 1:00 P. M.-Fishing Party: Naval at 25 N.E3rd Street j 1[ h.rle ery..sew p.ttea.:., .

Queen Sylvia Smith, King Ronald Hospital Patients. Joint Program ami 6, Florida. Do it now.Mi-J I I ...... ,.. ........"-

Pinder and their court will YMCA NCCS. ...J&A-I:!: ass tlpit/illen Wt ["
reign over Poinciana's May Day 8.30 P. M. Y e Ole Country Party slta... ..... IJMi itfF6K '

festival, Monday, May third, at featuring Square Danc- Good auto mechanic ....... at
.
ing. Virginia: Reels.
MBITlM
.
3:30 p.m. once.. Overseas Carafe. Stock'
10:15 P. M.-Weiner'Roast the
There will be fun galore for on ,Island. aprtT-It x -
Patio Grille.
everyone when the children take 4-L.erw fir iehed b "-

their places in the parade of Thursday EMPLOYMENT WANTED I I fat M 9004 '., .

gayly decorated vehicles. Af' 9:00P.M. Dance. John Pritch- e isw per .4 -

prize will be awarded the clever ard and His.Orchestra. Painter wants work. Reliable ad tnm Aped 13th. J..... <

est.It | Friday sober. See me between S ad I Jsihaaoa. a'

will be interesting: to watch | 8:30 P. M.Tourist Nite at theY 7 p.m. Bert Snyder. IltT Va- -
the may pole dances. '5tele.1II Rlm.eeMta 75x+r t .
sponsored by the Chamber rela Street. aprH-ltx .
Committees in charge will be 3 of Commerce. Refresh MIIIr Mop Jill ...... t ,

Candy "Mrs. C. Jones ice cream. I ments and Entertainment. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES I .[ ........ H. Mtm.a J-

Mr.:;. E. Soles beverages. Doris illtt .
Tobin king and queen. Ida Saturday I _

Smith and Mabel Baughman: 8:00 P. M.-Movies. Exclusive franchise Key West t I....... ..... aw i lebIisiek i1

may pole dance. Mrs. Trudeau: 10:15 P.M. Second Show fea area for fast selling nationallyadvertised 0.... Inc :,t.r.iaritere

parade. Agnes Lawrence. ture announced at the Club motorcycle. lintel I .r .asa.erct.i_ I.'
i $193-00 to $% ftOO. $''.88 to
furnish .
Mrs. Sam Drudge wilt Sunday IerwirNaur P..ono 7tiStt
music for the occasi !l. aft1A14aUUllmnnuuLTialimlaalnU'1AlwUUU j 9:4,5 A-M.-Java Club, discus-- 1000.00 required for stock. .
BARBER Write Jax & i.oi I
--- -- LORNA : assisted the sion Group. Safticycte
hIfl. (b.. 324 E. 8th St. JactuoAvtO .
: !
local Red Cross
-, Chapter today ,1IOOA. M.-"Go to CHURCH. t 1ltriei.as piece 611 t -
I Fla. aprT-It
N.C.C.S. ; in planning a nutrition program Parties. SWeet nM.iri' S,. '

!| for groups in Key West. j! 3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour se WANTED for slftte. sleep. ft ...,. .
!
lections
1021 Duval Street j announced.
"
1'
9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour
pn
DEFENSE FORCES \\\riLL YOU SMILE \ G. L interested in 4 to IS
the Patio.
Community
j Singing K.w. be-...z.ly 1tiraiaitt.
PROGRAM ; Beatrice Moreno at the acres waterfront on Keys between ......... lives f.a A6Isiowtk
A West and Marathon.
niiniiiiimnmiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiuiiiiiiminiuimiP' Sour Note : Piano. Key
I i 10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour. Must be a bargain. I will pay wltil &iYCrinsu >
WEDNESDAY
I 1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Billiards,' "Why did you stop singing in Camera Club meets each taxes and balance to owner.What Apply Iali.we 8M 1117-k. St."p.2

Ping Pong, Writing Room, the choir. Thomas" j ji : Thursday at 8:00 P. AL have you to offer Write
:: G. details and in 1'st
S. O. meetings (Girls' Ser-- price letter.
"Well I
Showers. one Sunday was sick
I vice Organization I am not a real estate bttt FOR I NT.aOOIifCoolest
and didn't and lot of ), every 2mand man.
I, 12:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.-Hospital sing a peu- .
4th am interested in
Monday. building a
pie in the congregation asked if.
Patients' Fishing Party, joint'I i Game Room: Chinese Checkers little home. Write Box BRB hotel room lla -wt
NCCS YMCA. and| the organ had been fixed! ] -
,
program
;
'I West outside Larye. elm a4fortabU.
chess, cards, ping-pong, pool!, co Key Citizen.
Red Cross. i -
I 'iI j writing desks, library, current'magazines apr23-IM Lw weekly
!
\ I 7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.-BoxingTraining ; Caffeine the stimulating alkaloid rates Inquire
various table games s, enaaa>fer
.
s ; PAL Equipment. in coffee is chemically iden- etc. WANTED TO BUY lesson Hotel. III Dash. Sbjic
7:60 P.M. 8:30 M.-Sewing;. tical'with the thcine found in tea. Showers, tennis rackets goU I 4

Class. Navy Wives. :clubs, fishing lines, cameras I Pay cash late model sedan. Phone
t:30 P.M. 8:30 PM.-Spanish i munion Breakfast White checking 1035 512
service. film service, or Simonton St. OVERSEAS KOTO.Weekly .
Class for Beginners; Miss::; Hat Club U. S. Sub Base; mailing and wrapping packages pr24-4tx 917 Fleming Sh' .

Rcmond instructress. i (2nd Sunday). ; receiving messages phone booths, Rates

8:30 P.M. 11:00 P.M.DancingTHURSDAY .! '1:00. ..1.L.'i': O P.M.-Fishing' stamps. railway express service, FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE $I9. $11." to ilk-N a ''

Trip (sign up in advance). available to SERVICE PERSON I Sf eri l Mete to SctVitt 1I..
9:00" A.M. 5:00 PM.-Sewing: ; Information services, housing.NEL. I For any kind of property in Key wC ;'

Machine Typewriter, Writing -( city maps. Lesleigh DavisDirector.. West, be it home hotels mote

Room Showers. j i Religious literature library.I! Gerald Pinder-Program Di I or business locations contact I FOR RUNT COTTAMSFurniriiH

FRIDAY | telephones, stamps, j rector. Paul Boysen, 626 Fleming St.,
9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.SewingMachine !< mailing packages, railway ex-j Beverly Buchanan-Secretary. Phone 153. apr24-12tx c
tettafc c-'PJ';
Typewriter Writ( press service, laundry pick-up-j Doreen Cruz .- Information
leg Room. Showers. available to all defense forces i j Desk Aide. FOR SALE MI pet*. Apply tilt U-- i
Street Phone .-J 4
SATURDAY and their families. M *v -

1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Picnic. j I MRS. E. S.
COUGHLJN The Soviet Canaries
press in recent day none better. Robert FOR
Fishing (sicn un m advance).f I Executive RENT-APAR1
Secretary j contains hundreds of articles oft Whitehead, 1310 Johnson St.
SUNDAY 1 MISS HILDA CASTILLO. j the "reactionary" elements in
apr282txSmall
10:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.-Com- Secretary.TOPPING .: Soviet agriculture and Fiariehi.d apartment S r.caM
among: its bath. Maid &nJ
--
leaders who have relapsed into size Electro-Mite
AND LANA R'EIMOND.11': washer. service bases anJ \.'-
individual fanning and capital Also beach roll. Both like new. ............ SwaInn AatE 4
ibt ways during the war. Reasonable. 1320 Olivia St. al Hotel Apartments. opts

I FOR SALE apr212txBeautiful Pert Office apt:::


comer lot Eagle Ave. New Nteiewcape tmctts. Lonly .
All-metal ice box, electric iron and Roosevelt
Boulevard. 136 .
IM pets. 140.00 pc f'
cupboard. 1710
Flagler Ave feet on boulevard
Phone zoned far Phone 21$. t SAp.rtesewt -
lOaa4apr263t x business. This plot extends 2tt

feet on Eagle Ave. Fine ', -t.
Howard corner ps-n ate tt ,,
i piano excellent conditIon for I
-
t store or apartment house. thiesig JMIIIJiillll $1?) en.- "
recently tuned. Reasonable. Price
4 912 Packer (rear). Call 604.$15.000 or nearest offer Apply .... H KWANTEU \J '
apr27-t iinsnis- all=
apr27-3tx

Chris-Craft cabin cruiser, steep TO RCKt
a White outside paint, white enam-I' four, nice galley. Boat and motor -
.
t .. el. $2.75 gal. Doherty in fine condition. \
Price Tlirvr-rwMi ,
846 Olivia, corner Packer. Call $3,450.00. apsi .tc.-r'
Call 1318. alH":7etTrailers. I
1597. aprlO-tf I Navy roupte. fu ".I..h .u
$ I4M-M. EpC
Alma and Roj-craft. Gulf
Plumbing supplies complete Stream .
Trailer
Park. .
Naval offfirrr end l. <
t
: stock. Plastic tile, paints and I --
brushes. Murray's Plumbing, apr27-tit: Key West *t ki t to AtMV ;:

x 1532 N.W. two or tltrr- IxdiTit..4
62nd Street
Miami. Showcases.
Overseas
z . Fla. Phone 7-3421 j Curio Shop. nient" enhour... lu i RI'j. 1fnrtt.nked. v
aprl-tf 832
Caroline
Street
after 6 Wall t d i b f aI
j p.m. Apply 922 Fleming St. .
Motorola auto radios to fit all cars .-. Boca 4."h. r

from $42.50 up. Completely in-'I t ass'=6-3tx 4.31 PX CJhcn = .

stalled. Bridge Radio. 650 NW
j 80-gal. tank,
pump motor $38.".
Navy _
5th rlurf. wU ivd
St., Miairi. apr24-lmo 1019
I Flagler, after 5 o'clock.
_
l sirr two ttr the
One-story house on Greene Street. i! apr26-3tx I .saIR Ii4bed h4tu. l.. '
;--=-- ..- need_ NashSt rb
next to City Electric building j I<;
perfect
{ -\1' \\ 11.,;"" 't.,. Must be removed. Inquire I! 1329 Duncan Street. con Call 'iat. s s _-

SCREEN ACTRESS LANA TURNER and Henry J. (Bob) Top- Citizen Office. Phone 51. i itioA.l F

. ping. Jr.. of the tin-plate millions. were married Monday after- apr22-7tj.; AQUELLA-Controls water LOST

noon.in Hollywood. Tis the fourth matrimonial venture for tbe ; age and dampness in cellar ... ,
\ 1937 Ilarley-Davidson motorcycle j IMMk C.t+i er SiptwlN p"pp'" i
28-year-oH Miss Turner foremost sweater of walls. McKHlip Hardware
girl the *
screen. i .1 WMII. Reines to 182' IL. iAtweitie.
and the 34-year-old Topping. t $150.0a 1393 Elizabeth Street.) Francis St.. Phone I4L '
.
,_._ apr26-6tx 1p U''Z.\\: .
_____ --__ __ "' ... ,.,
---






.






- -
- -
"



-
;
- i
,
a
I

.
f f

t ; .f'. -.-..". "" -. --. _. :PAGE. : FIVE ;
11.
:. THE KEY. WEST CITIZEN .. f .
:.WEDNESDAY; APRIL 28, 1948 - ;- .6'1T1IT.I'I'.IIIIIIIJt.
.t'. 's i
,. ....... o. "' -- - -


_ .':.{,rllll.lll'll: :' "... .eeeereaeeeeee.VIIIIIIIIIIITIIIIIIA.eeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeee..o.eoe... 'WHERE,IJTIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIT6T.-----TO) BUY IT""" '#&&: &.; ***': -THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU 5 1 I


< l-5"| BENNY'Sfc TRADER ........ ....--f..................................A*** .. .
i : TROPICAL ...............e...........e................. ........
: Motor Court : 718 DUVAL STREET _PHONE 1000 Electrical REPAi$ rn\l i F POOR OLD CRAIG( j
?
:. : 909 Simonion St. Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS !If It Is E SELL IT Service Station :
Ownership Management WHITE STARCLEANERS
Deliver
J| ; We Will Call For mad
for the Children : :
.. .Jj of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys 'pHQKE SIM
Work BRADY. Manager
SO y.ars'Experience in Electrical : J. H.
* V. t Senrlnq' Electrical Repaired :. ._.' i Frauds and Division Street' :

: '':: .'BREAKFAST.LUNCHEON. 11:30 S to to'11U 2.DINNER. ...._...............Appliances............................... :. '. lLCO.1211' r Dnral .Street : Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop. : Tires Tubes Batteries. Auto Accessories Dsatar :: .:.

'"t. . .'& to 1:30 .. .... : q ELECTRIC TELEPHONE.ilPRlTCtfARD : S22 SIMONTON STREET Tour PURE OIL and.GASOLINE.....................
: : ...................... .
,;,5 : The Best of Steaks i ...... .......-. ."................................,. ,..............5.555555555555.555 555555.5.5
.y : Short Ord.n-SaaGwkb sAt ..' i..\ .............'.............., ....................... Dry Cleaning AUTO AND
All Hours : : 1207 DIVISION ST. : : and Pressing24HOUR ii
,% ( RUSSELL'SDRY SERVICE TONY
,
i i
:.W' : Try'Our Fl'oMn : Tour Patronage Invited" :. i Free Pick-Up and i BODY SHOP

tt e *!';J t: Open TROPICAL! ..fly'and' DRINKS Sunday. :: :i Ice Cream .'Proprietary Medicine ': i FUNERAL i i GOODS : SUITS Delivery for Service MEN 60i-OS GREENE STREET ' :

V 8 AJ4.to Midnight : Sick School Supplies : : WOMENJHadetoMeasitre Auto Painting S4500 to S55
.V .................eeeeeeieeeeeeeeeee .. : Toilet Room-Suppliu. and Articles : ,: HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : and .

:................Preparations.. .............................. : : ': PHONE 373Specialising : : PHONE 282 ; BODY and FENDER REPAIRS :

.....e... .* ..... .. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiMUMFORD .. : Let Those Serve : : : ...................... ............555..55.555.555...................:

I GOMEZ 1 [ i ?i [[ and;; ROSS :: Who WE HAVE Serve NEVER Best ::: :.: in .:: ...................... ;.5.5.5.5..555.5.5..5555..5555..55..5.CAROLYN 1UTY 5. ;S .-wBl '

:! 220 DUVAL STREET.. -- :: BETRAYED A TRUST- : : i : JIO.PE; : i'
and ,1
Distributors : : W OnlCn : : Overseas Hotel 319 Flaming St. ,,
FURNITURE Exclusive,Monroe County for : WE NEVER WILL LOPEZFuneral : T *11 : "
CO.
: S : : : 9 DONALD BARBER "
4"": : no DUVAL STREET Carrier Air-Conditioning :: Ambulance Service : : Children'sTelephone : .. v We Specialize la ,

: iult nile FuniiliireI for Domestic and Commercial Use : 548 : : : Service Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing : '

I. HOUSEHOLD MS PHONES' .. 81$0we : Apparel : : Established 188S :.. ALL ........ Of BKLKK CCKTSSrERMAJ

M : FURNITURE ... .eee eeeeeeeeeeeeee e.e.eeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeaeeeeeeeeee :. Nerer. Sleeps :.. ......................... Licensed Funeral ..Phone......10..'.t................KT.:...WA..".K9STELL'S ..........
.
..
....... .. ....... eeeaeeeeeee I.
:. Plastic Axrelnsier Inlaid Broadfelt Congoleum .i ......... ... a.Electric .......... ..... ...... : Directors and .... . ... :.. ......s. I

t. I RADIOS and : HOTPOINT Ranges: ,t J.:. A.: uRS..1- : Embalmers24hour Scientific;; BEAUTY Beauty Culture K.i1: ;t, ,i j'

-
t. : AppliancesJ Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances Licensed : in All Branches f. ". I h1
: Washing:\ Machines for Immediate Delivery : Ambulance Thoroughly Experienced S \
s ,.
I' Terms Arranged- perator. I J
OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M. : HOME APPLIANCE PAINTING Contractor i Service Son Water U: d Exclusively
\d: J ,MON. and SAT. ,.

:. ..........eeeeeeeeeeee*. .....60S...SIMONTON.........e STREET...................PHONE.....e 11....... : FREE ESTIMATES Dural ALL Street.WORK Jefferson GUARANTEED Hotel :: : Phone 135 Night 696 :..Phone......637.....53S....Fleming.St.. .................. j

................................................P. ...Telephone........9127,114.......................................... ...................... ,.... .. .. ... .. ..... ...; '
: ... eeeeeeeeeeeeee : ................................... .................05555i. ;: : Customers, Friends and the Public Invited i

PRICE TOURS 'I j, Key l West Garden & Lawn Supply :. When You Want FASTER, BETTER: Frances Beauty SalonFrances \
I Fla.SOUVENIRS
SM FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 :i ii FLOOR SANDING Key West, Park. Owner :

Passenger i iRepresenutirec i Full PET SUPPLY, Line :i i On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATEGuaranteed i 1010 CRINNELL STREET t; "
Methodsis Phases
i Work Modern Culture in all its
I. totFLORIDA : Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line ; : : CONCH SHELLS : Beauty Permanents Scalp Treatments : ;

Courteous Service and Deliverye. :. i DOUGLAS TREVOR : AU Sizes :. ;1 Facials Shampoo -Manicuring I"

EAST .. . ..... ............................. : 1829 Harris Avenue Phone 1374-R.... .......For...Appointment..........Phone.....1391..........i 5' '"
...... . ................................................ COCOANUTSSPONGES : .............................................. '
.. ..
... ...
..
:1 COAST RAILWAYw ...... : ..................... 5 ..
...................................... .... ......... 9 CASA CAYO r
: >8r Looted Hart Soil Marion/ lIUESO ':\ :
Save 20% : Landscaping,Marl and Top i : s .t.
.
Insurance
fire SALON
COBO'SOFFICE : BEAUTY
: DR. on dwellings. SACS :
mere:ant u. TOP Son SR50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER Part ; House in U.s.A."
b INSURING with : : Will Ship to Any "Southernmost .
bldgs.. house : MARL HAULED.$50)0 for 4 YARDS : S of u.s. or Canada 1400 Dural Street Telephone. 1314} A ,. .
"' FLEMXKO 8TRCETRao '. bold and perAtlantic Mutual I Fire Insurance I Co. : Also Lots Cleared. and Marl Spread Very Reasonable S. Palacio Expert Hair Tinting Hair Cutting/.... .1.J' :
aonal effects. : Marcy
Coach Hotel k
La .
: Asseuable : i .Personalized Permanents Styllngx
Non
Save 15% on AU Policies : ; 1021 Olivia St. & [
Facials Je
EE"H Corecfive
: G 401 South Street :
: i

.5..!i' PHONE 124eeeeeeeeeeveeeeeeeeeee;* Mercantile Stock J. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 .. :' 0 ....................PHONE........801.......: : KEY....WEST.......FLORIDA....... ; ....*..Exclusive.......but...Not...Expensive.....e...*...V..f.............i
....... ........ .... .....
............................................ ...... ... . .. . .... ........ .. .....................1.I ................................For...More... Nat ;
.. '
: .. COFFEE SHOP ural Hair TintIng j
.veeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiS i: E JEFFERSON REAL ESTATESales : or Finest : I
: SHOP :
: r. B.&B. CYCLE : 118 DUVAL STREET x in PermanentWa.a
Ride the Bus to the .. : Open Daily and Sunday, : . ::

2 GOLF COURSE : 822 Fleming St. R.M.Daniels.Prop. Phon 1013 : 5 P.M. to 1.A.M.. : Appraisal Beauty i 'I

S : : Cushman Motor\ Scooters : SERVING TI Dinners : Leases -, !
. : COMPLETE :
: Delivery i Rentals Colony :
: : Sales and Service Immediate Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : : 1Street

S :. .: BICYCLE ...-........-.-.-..REASONABLE...f........PRICES.......-.-.-..-...-..... Improved Management and Vacant : p n 521 Southard : III'

.: :. o Buddy Seats Rental Service .................................eeeeeeeeeee. Properties in Key Wed : + Next to Southernmost ,
and Monroe County i k Beauty
It TAKE Flags INSURANCEFIRE School .
S Parking
I : BUS i J. OTTO All Licensed
No.1tot. Y KIRCHHEINERREALTOR : .' Beautid&DaSpecia1iinQ .
: .WindshieldsFootresls WIND AUTO BONDS ,
I :
: : inMost
COMPLETE COVERAGE
; COLF and ALL OTHER :
.i: 411 Fleming Street : ,; Modern
LINKS
a i i Key West Insurance Co. 319 Whitehead Street Phase of .
BICYCLES and Beauty Culture \
Also DAYTON 1371 : Phones 124 and 738-R : .
PHONE
:I. i Hare runt STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : 31ft SIMONTON STREET .. Telephone....... 206 for AppointmentGood .............. ,
: : Directly in Front of Postoffice ......... .. ........ SE HABLAESPANOL
t KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ...................................... ...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .if eeeeeeeeeeeeINSURANCE ................... s
.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet ..i...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...... ... .' ......... .e....*.....e.**...*eee ." .'........................ .
I; ; f. : Work Low i
r
.. BICYCLES I FOR R. : i BEAUTIFYYour .: Daily,between 9:30 A.M. and Pricesf( : ..,

\: FOR SALE : : : P.M.-Appointments u. .
MACHINE Entire House with h
WASHING : OFFICE : from by Senior Students of C l :
: Our Customers Must Be '}ji : : public

i Repairing : Satisfied PHONE"l380 t :: INLAID LINOLEUM i ii 524 STREETOpposite SOUTHARD :: The l .."' : .

920 DIVISION STREET
i Bus Station : Southernmost School t
'" . OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE i or ASPHALT TILE
5IECILVNICS : Culture
: of Beauty Vj :

t :\.... :S Factory Not Salesmen Methods ':I eeeeee.........eeeeeeeee...........eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiDRUM...................... .... :: TELEPHONE EXPERTLY 1454 INSTALLED FOR ESTIMATE. :: PHONE NO. 1 523 Southard Street \ /1 :

:, by Trained Men ,t BAR and :. i Key West -THE- of There state approved are a number instruction available who with know over the aeo latest boun.: ..:
S EASY.ABC -MAYTAG ; phases m beauty culture. These student bea\1tJclmlo\ Li
KENMORE SPEED : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT % PorterAllenCompany under expert supervision of a Licensed teacher of i.
:
PHONE 9112 do good work at very low prices AI-
5 QUEEN and OtherWhite STREET : beauty culture
: DIVISION .
! : : 325 Floor Covering Co. though appointments are not required it ia adviNbJ& :
S : Wringer Roll : =: "We DeliTer" : For Appointment Stop at :

: : TRADERS : 9 Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST.FLORITA : S23....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE.......537....... ...:
S : THE : 6 Packaged Goods : .:............. .............. eeeeeeeeeeeeREMEMBER ...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee) .......
...
.''':. 150 PHONE Duval 1431eeeeeeee Street e .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..................................................................!.!.!.!.!.... ............................................. :..................................... leeeeaeCOWBOY

....... :
.
.
I ... \VhererrouBUYOURRAI
.
1tiT...........*.*....................................- :: RADIOS \ >10, : Sensational Value SI jS & SONS ,
.
4.. : It Takes: A Radioman to Repair It . Why : i Clarion I : JOHN R. WATSON. Manager
: When You Go : . and . : I
..: Food Shopping : S Not Buy It From A Radioman YOURSELF of : WORLD'S FINEST SMALL RADIO : PHONE I I I 1 50311LANDSCAPING ,I
ASSURE
. : Be Sure to Get .'. : :: SERVICE : AC.DC Superbeterodine : i
I Plastic Table RadioS
: : Tubes (IncL Rectifier) : 1
; S. I lfA1t 24-Ho r Radio t CASH or TERMSEVERYTHING Essential Beautification : r

r I:: ENRICHED. BREAD : Repair Service I READYTOWEAR"Why FAMILY in for the : Tree Surgery-Tree Removal '

:
f I The Foundation of Today : Vi.v 1 "ii\\ S, -3' You Can Pay Buy More for When Lear : Hauling- Marl Sand- Soil & RockExcavating \

: Heal Planning i if : AI'sMusicCo. CO. : by the Cubic lard ; !i\
: MERCANTILE :
I : We Have HAMILTON GIVENeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :
GLADLY .
t . AMORE : The Latest 522 Southard Street : TELEPHONE 1512 : ESTIMATES .......................
: rAJlAU'O : WHTTEHEAD STREET ............... "
S pUll IN' : HIT 707 ...............
.
E W-ASSat ; RECORDS .......PHONE........1081............. ..............
..
..
...
.
f :t .i............................................ .........I.1II.1'.lll.rll.lI.IJ... ".I.lIIIIII.I.I'.II.1.1:1'.I V'I.I..IITII.I..II"14'111. II

; .1.1.1Ji'.I y.l.lh. ".I.1 '
', .
i !


.
. .



_ ...._-. .' ,' ", !r'i':'.: ': :': -,' :'_:":'j' .:-; no_ , :,.r: "- V", ", __:-... .---'- --, :T- ii.

.i L p ji ,-
_ ; ;' ,
-
V :
: \ .d ,.' : : : '
: ,
.. '
.1
., '
,
,. .-, -1

,_ . '
' : IIBAAY. : tL28:1I 4
wF.1l.
; _
PAGE SIX : THE EET-FYEST .Ctrtzpi'C:_ ,, .;:, ,
z

,I ."%:':w: iSUBRON __ ,. iiiifliiiiiiiiii. in1;' _------.i '-'-- - ,- *" -'- .. 1 born in Cambridge,
i iiiiininii minium:minium WILL YOU SMILE? TODAYV general ]
:
I 4 DEFEATS ADAMS--DAfiRtt- I < .: I : ( Died-irf .,.Washington.. ..... Mass-i" The Weather
) ANNIVERSARIES
Key West In j!i Just Herself (Knorr America II 1894.1865-Hagh L. Cooper, ? ,- .. I


; 13-5 ELKS: :SHUTOUT DRIFTWOOD Days Gone By! SHe-Do you' l love.{ me, for- my-,I 1758-James,Monroe, soldier of}hydroelectric and elsewhere engineer born at,m Russia.{) FORECASTKey .

; self alone? I the Revolution, a framer of the Mmn. Died June 24, Sheldon.'f[ Wet and Vfcmitt,: JIMIIF

AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF : He-Yes. and-when we're married : Constitution, Virginia senator i 1869-Bertram G Goodhue.i cloudy tbfc al 9 w eoii, tesl

; THE CITIZEN OF don't--want any of the I and go.yemor. secretary of state.{famed Boston-New York archiijtect and Thursday flBghtly w4t. r.
TWINBILLCijmorr I
IN SECOND ,GAME OF APRIL 28. 1S38JftIIft1IUI"lJhlllUlnulJDlUUWumlUllnu .+ family,thrown. inTemperatures 5th President, born in Westmore- among the country's greatest , .Moderate: winds.Berth ae] HfHta-
I I: 'f >' II land County Va.Died. July 4, : born at Pomfret, Conn. Died*!west today, bt marine nerttieattThursday.
...
!
1831. .
1924.
23.
Gels 12 Hits In The newly appointed zoning I I 1836-John C Ropes noted i i April Fferid. Partly dandy toda* ;;
, : I board met last evening in't.'le : Boston born iQ| I
I CONTENDER military historian I'tonight and Thursday SIISI Nr
DERBY
MY% IS The Red Cross still is giving
":Rout Of Dairymen Lastfriiglit REQUEST City Hall when matters pertain-1 :r*SQ'JU&., E.S.T. Russia (of American parents). ;I long-term medical care to 41 persona warmer south aad natnl. *.a*' I'
ing to an early and immediate Died Oct.28, 1899. i! '
liens today.
At Park Z-:" f( : enforcement of the zoning, ordinance .. 1840- Palmer author-cre-1 t ; injured in theTexas. City f
% Bayriew, ,,' } 'i '; jjut .-' -1"--.r.c- -' Cox of 1947. 1 East Gulf of Mexfae aed A**>
discussed disaster
' "'_ t.t . .'1.H :' < .. .. was from various 'i ta ;.f-{( ator of the popular "Brownie j April sonviHe .... t 1
Softball Held I ' ;, ;. .< t, { angles. I Atlanta 63t stories for children: born in .= germ
.tn-- --- -- -- '- ) dE
: Straits
::: ,;-. -- < : :; t ::; .: ---- i Billings"------y-_ _-_ -:39: by, Canada. Died there, enn-j]: An ancient kidney cure: was a (winds :over northetn .... t

Tn the opening, game of lastnifht's ; t. ',. ''+ .'' .:\f .; -1' Mayor WiUard M.Albury,}n-iuvi!Birminghasr.a . ,;64BI 1924 I ring set with a loadstone dipped, moderate northerly wish
softball doubleheaderthejGilmore p- > interview,with The Citizen ;aid mark : t".fir-- -'-, ,36 1846-Frank Hatton newspaper i. in a mug of water The sufferer southern portions toe sy, =
boys had their batting I 'Vir:> that he believes the: time.- ,' ripe1'J Boston .>:_:4-:: .: -_ 43 : publisher! U. S. postmaster-: drank the mug, of water. "and Thursday Partly
raps on and got 12 hits,: tiUP for an application for a PWAi:Bff l '. J9.. I I -:: : ,
a o -' . _.
--- -- -- ----------. ---... ......- . weather .
which was good for 22 bases. TheN loan for a Key West municipal ; Charleston __,, : 61 : Jacksonville to AII.'

; included three doubles two j airport ,j i Chicago n_ ____. :_ --.6.-: _.: 51 Political i AnnouncementsDEMOCRATIC I No small ct'*ft ar s. rsai

triples one homer. Corpus Christt -___68 i have beers ...... :
Morgan Stenger, Matthews, Petitioners in probate court cf''! Denver ___,..-L_ ,a __.A3

each hit two safely. For the Monroe County who entered a j I Detroit _._ .*. "," -,- _,__,U PRIMARY, MAY 4, 1948 Report I i:

Dairy boys. Abston hit a single protest against the will signed i i El Paso -. ',' ,- 57 ............--.-..-......._.._....._- -- -... i

a homer In the field Downing. by Mrs. Charlotte Amelia Hodg- j!i Ft Worth .' '-T:'--:------' 2 For Governor For County Commissioner Key West, Fla. April 1MObervafen > !
Arthur Hughes Stenger, Sands
don. who died September 3, last Galvestoni..._ 68 I,
and Cruz stood out i I reI I ENGLISH Fifth District !,, taken a.CMr Wee
COLIN
year, will be notified that Judge j Jacksonville _-., __ 70 I I
In the nightcap little Joe Lewb -I Raymond Lord has denied the pe- j I Kansas City ,___r- -:--..r54: EDNEY PARKERFor .j.jI I '4l:3: lit I I
held the Driftwood club to one Temperature
tition. i i, KEY WEST __' .- _:___=__---- 74Key For Governor j I i
tingle. Brost made the hit in thesecond Higheet yesterday *
-r
Weft Airport :.._ = 74 DAN : County Commissioner I If I
'-":- MCCARTY *
inning, only one man Nate Markowitz official of : Los Angeles ._ . ,_--- .:,.56I.ouievitle Fifth District Lowest lMt..fct '
reached third base. J !f W :
Markowltz and Re:>nick. leading' .. ._ _:;_..:: _. ''55 Mean '-
"', -
W. P
A.
The opposing pitcher Richard plumbing firm of Miami arrived . ; _' For Governor +I t PARRISH 'I Normal .,*.* J

Perez, had an off-night, walking I in Key West last evening in the Miami Minneapolis' __ _'-Jl;"__ .:, :::-u_n' 41 W. A. SHANDS , PrectpHaboa t tI
S 12'Elks and allowing'niDI' hits. interests of his firm's business; < : ,';::-'-;-:: .., I i For Superintendent ,I Total last 24 .Hewn la-*.
.. 61 BILL
: ( ) Ii
Angutera. Paso Solomon each MemphIS4 -- :-- ---- .
; eaMS.SM *
pension program planned for this i Public Instruction Total this n
> !'u' 66
hit twice In the field' New Orleans-
aafely.: % -- fck .
: 11.0
i Excess title *
city j i 43 For State Comptroller>> WILLARD M. ALBURYFor mew
Solomon C. Perez. Ingraham E. :New York -:---- 1 t ToW this yea &.. JIM.Relative .
Perez, Brost and Diaz were very*' Charles Taylor, president of the'. Norfolk _-::21Oklahoma : !.';,' : 51 EDWIN G. FRASER i Exc.- iS year .... b..
_.._ :... ,. :. SuperintendentPublic
-
goal, in their positions. hoto) Key West Rotary Club, returned l City : ?:--:59: HumMtty

Scores: ] WHITAXER'S CHESTNUT COLT. My,Request, became a yesterday from Ocala, where he: .Omaha.Lx46 For State Comptroller l InstructionHORACE at t)M A.M. j
B. F. :
First Game Pensacola .::. =, : 70
; -. '
-
; district Av(
O'BR.Y ANT '
.' R. IL E. strong candidate for the 74th annual Kentucky Derby Saturday had, been attending a Roanoke '. -s_ m'____!?._, _:,""- 56 (Incumbent
025-13 12 after winning experimental handicaps at Jamaica. N. Y. Doug meeting of 167th Rotary Inter-: : 53 C. M. GAY Buo..rlSea
Subtton 4 231 1-j] St. Louis : j SM A.M.
natjonal at which were represented : ; For Superintendent ( Level) I
Adams Dairy 300 1015 7 3' Dodson is exercising the colt: at Belmont; Park N. Y. the clubs in this district. : San Antonio ; 'j! --62 For Railroad Commissioner !! of Public'Instruction 29. 7 ...1MIJ mha.Tomorrows I
Otiftl I and Hughes; S. Griff en San .J- -
and Villareal. Sands. 1 1' There are 63 dubs in Florida. 1|!! Seattle Francs._ *-n''_ '-'.:- ----, >. '(43 RICHARD A. MACK MELVIN E. RUSSELL Almanac
; -r'u-: ..
Abston BOSTON DEFEAT i __ '-' J:! : : 69 Sunrise tall ,
Hume runs: Matthews. ; BRAVES Thomaa Gato. who had been'' Tallahassee : : -- ..
three-base hits: Smith Downing; spending' a white in Key West Tampa '-.,--__::__ _*.:1t.' l7lWashington For State SuperintendentTOM i For Member School Board Sunset IS;*M* r.*...

two.base hits: Stenger. Arthur't I with relatives and was the'guestat ': .*-$- '- ::-- ::::-:'.t 45 t D. BAILEYFor I Second District: Mouneet Moonrise Mit ays.

Morgan, Villareal; stolen bases;. the home of his brother Ed : +
GERALD H. ADAMS
Matthews J. Lewis; sacrifice' BROOKLYN AGAIN 3 TO 2 ,sailed on the Steamship Cuba ,: while with his parents- Captain I Circuit Court Judge :I

hits Smith Malgrut; bases on this afternoon for Havana wherehe and Mrs. P. L. Cosgruve.;;before (Group One) I t For School TIDES
1 I Member Board
bans: off Griffen 7. off O'Neill r--- 1 ( ** now making his home. .:: leaving for Atlanta: WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN Tomorrow
Viro IIil Two Homers For
Struck: out by OTfeil 5. ] ; ',. I Second District (Naval Base)

Second Came I I I I who has Today The Citizen says in an ALLAN Eastern Student 'I'tIMfHigh
d Richard Co grove L. HAMPTON
In Game For Circuit Judge
Detroit Tigers How Stand I Court
; Low
R II. E. They ,been associated with the radio editorial paragraph..; I
Elks Club 421 010 1-9 9 1 nrown..1 t Corporation of America in New 'The rear American tragedy; Group 7 (Monroe County) For Member School Board 2:37 a.1IL CM a.M.

lIP Driflwoud 000 000 0-0 1 4 "With St. Lonfo Major Baseball League* I Jersey arrived over the highwaylast An honest man. anxious. ito work, Incumbent i Fourth District 11-1; pm. '::12 p...

-t jne Lewis and R. Hcnriquez; ILj At S.ortsman9tIJark evening and will ;pond a unable to finda,; job" I AQUILINO LOPEZ, JR. I
** Perez Brost and Alayon. \ NATIONAL LEAGUE JULIO CABANAS, JR. ADDITIONAL TIKE DATA

Rases .balls: off Lewis 4, off ClubW.I. Pet I Reference btetM: Key W.etTimeoflHefeM
on j I (VprrUI' < Tit(Urn) For Circuit Court Judge I
fftft! 12; struck out: by Lewis 6.1| NEW YORK 28 Boston New York - ... .. 7 2 .778 For Member School Board el
April (I I
Group 7. (Monroe; County)
by,Perez 1; time of game*1.00.;: Braves again defeated the I Chicago .. 4 3 .571 Candidate rl Fourth District StationTide ;thigh water

Umpires: F. Villareal" and Brooklyn Dodgers.2.. Thjrd- Philadelphia 4 4 .500 ISADORE WEINTRAUB Bahia Honda
I
Tynes.Scorer. baseman Bob Elliott drove in all II Pittsburgh .. 4 4 .500 .ti JOSEPH OTTO ,I (bridge1k MM) 1.8 H.fio .

Aguilar. > 5 M'1 II of the Praves runs with a homer St Louis : 33.500 i f For Clerk of Criminal Court Name Key
and -single. Cincinnati ._, 4 5 444 For State Attorney 1 II C. SAM B. CURRY I (east end) .. +2*21M

| New York Giants continued Brooklyn __ ..' 3 5. .375 GLENN C. MINCER Boca Cities
Wives To ._.. .. __ _. I (Sandy PMt 40fa
Navy : power hitting by beating the Boston 3 C 333 ReelectionFor I i iI For Clerk of Criminal Court .
j jI i I Philadelphia Philj 71. It was I Caldes Channel
Enter TourneyDons the second time that Lefty Simmons AMERICAN LEAGUE State Attorney II HARRY DONGO (north endf: 211 Mmf 1.4 ft

has been driven from the : Club V/ L. Pet WEBSTER G. WALLACEFor f oOo

I ('mound thins year. Simmons re- Cleveland ._...___ 5 0 1.000 For Supervisor of NOTE:
I Huffman with 137 made' ceived 'a $60,000 bonus for signs St Louis .-h.. 4 2 .667 State Representative II Registration (--Mines siEe: C n.Ni nato !

top 'score at Navy Wives Bowl.t|ing with the Phils. Chicago Cubsalloped Washington .__...-._.. .. 5 3 .625 JOHN ENGLAND be sub mated.
lag'Session at the U. S. ; "' the Cincinnati Reds New York _.. . 4 3 .571 For RenominationBERNIE 1 (+)-Phu sign: CwreeeJiMW to

Uw Base alleys SUbmar-j: 7.%; giving Blackwell his first loss Philadelphia ____ :. _, 4 4 .500 C. PAPY I I For Judge Juvenile Court be added.hHeuer. .

Ing Dorothy Gravat of the season. I: Detroit ..__ __._ ._ _ ._ 3 5 '.375 1 DAVID E. McCURDYFor ( .
nuh Callis. 136. tied for second]j In the American League New : Boston .. Z 5 .286 For State Representative (m) -MwHrte.ft. .

place and Vera Wood. 135, came York, Yankees won 4-2 from the i I, Chicago 1 6 .143 MILTON A. PARROTT I Judge Juvenile Court ; ( .)-Feet .
In third. Philadelphia Athletics. Eddie' I
.A smoked ham will be Jocat; hit the only homer of the. (Mickey) FRANK O. ROBERTSFor Knoxville TftNL. a -.*ry well.

awarded to the winner of the day for the A's in the third inning ; SOFTBALL LEAGUESClass I i has a fuN city j itII l wufcendadrunks '' wtri
Handicap Tournament to>> be .' i -A" For State Representative I Justice of Peace I accurchnc to its a elle

played under NCCS auspices at The St. Louis Browns won an Club- W. L. Pet TOM O. WATKINS ; First District force

the Sub-base alleys on May 4. eleven inning battle from the Detroit i Bob's Sport Shop 2 0 1.000 -T--_ IRA F. ALBURYFor
t-10 a. m.Registrants. Tigers 9-8. Vico Detroit cac can 1 For Sheriff I
I I Vets of Foreign Wars: 1 1 .500 i a I ReelectionFor :
I I
for the tourney include first baseman hit two homersin SubRon 4 . __ h.. 1 2 .333 f I FRED O. EBERHARDTFor ALBURY and SON
the Mesdames Marian the fracas. I I'
Adams Dairy .. 0 1 .000 t Justice of Peace
Wtrkman. Ruth Erobree. Alice I,
AMERICAN LEAGUER Class "B" Sheriff I NEON SERVICE

Jean Bhl Davis Wanda Vivian Slover.Driver Edna,Porter Dorothy , H E Club- W L. Pet I(: / XiOm3'x"2IO'9"l20"'Sr 3' 0 sa- 1 RAFAEL H. FERRER j j I PAUL First BOYSENFor District We Specialise to Alt 1'l1UAE
New "York .-- .. ,--.- 4 11 1 Elks Club __ .. 1 0 1.000 >' Kinds of Neon Siga&
Gravat Corky Herron, Betty Doris Philadelphia _. _b'm 2 5 0 i Kantor Men's Shop ,0 0 .000 I,: -, KITCUI N. joea4: I It iI. I (Known as Mr. Grass and Chicho) ,i and Lighting Strippia9 6181ffOltlEWAKP
Susie Olson
Huffman. Drews Page and Berra Niar- 0 0 .000 Justice of Peace i
Remeke. Flo Faukoner. Dot hos;' Coleman Marchildon and I Naval l Hospital 0 1 .000 __ DINING+ OM I J i iI. For Sheriff !! Second DistrictMYRTLAND
Club - ---- '
Murphy. JoEllen Hingson, Lillian Rosar. Driftwood I I. : : i ALTON GOEHRING '! I .6fX1H1)
Mau
Meek Edna Breeding Lucille I ; ruTU4 Eooatu CATES

Yatborough and Vera WAd RUE' TODAY IN HISTORY I: cW$ ..: : :- ("Dutch") ; DRIVE THEORANGE S ..

The Ik'QrekMpei'1 are Mrs. Loucille Detroit 8l0 2 ; (Know America) I ,. 'A', For Justice of Peace I

Browning and NCCS Director St. Louu __, 9 15 0 1783-Maryland the seventh ''i' -;. For SheriffEVERETT : Second District 8LOSSOM!
I '
I Eileen Coughnn. Hutchinson, Newhouser and i to the new Constitution r r .- R. RIVAS
State ratify ROY HAMLIN
t*
Waiter Swift; StEphens. D'sei i, I2W0'XI8OTLIVING I TRAIL:

'THE LOW DOWN werd. Biscan Wilson Zoldak, 1789-Historic Mutiny on. -I For Sheriff For Justice of Peace

Widmer and Partee.NATIONAL !, ship "Bounty." > DOOM BERLIN A. SAWYER !' Second District R
i, 1817-Historic signing of the For Re-election 5 IW
-.homes LEAGUERHEA i Ruah-Bagot Treaty-since when a. yT i EUGENE SANCHEZ SPiUiii

HICKORY GROVEMore | there has been uninterruptedpeace FIRST FQO.e'PI AN For Sheriff J (POFFEE)
7 12 0 the United States 1
Chicago between P ?-/ GARdG4LL JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD ,
Cincinnati 1 8 2 1 and Canada. j For Justice of Peace
and more I get dubiousabout McCall and Mt. ollough; Black-! +( 1900-American chess champion Second: District
where we are coming outUuV and Laj j ------l For Clerk of Circuit Court 11 iii
well Wthm'r, Oesa Harry N. Pillsbury plays :
U. S. A. I mean-this land man ses twenty games simultaneously ---' EARL R. ADAMS j t! SAMUEL R. SILBERMANSAM
of the free and easy. This prodigal simultaneously and blindfolded. ( )

goings-on of our boss-men RilE t! 1914-Colliery explosion at ECI For Clerk of Circuit Court :

In Govt. it is past being something Philadelphia 1 3 2 t I I lee: W. Va. takes a toll of 200 -' FRANK BENTLEY j For Constable 'I
to shrug off. Every page New York 1 9 01S 'I miners' lives. DATN 1 First District ,

lei the paper tells about more cash mn.una., lIeUB. Ilicknell i !,! 1917--Congress votes to raise 1 CL For County Tax Assessor RAUL A. CARBONELL ,
being dkahed into this or into i __ i
aDd Padldt; J"raJIAn and Cooper.K11E t'[ai my of World War I by selective
that.-no end .' I II I draft ROOF CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO;; For Constable
I
Today there are 2 items. One 1821-Postal employees armed 11'0. ( u.g. First District
I I j
Is 43431.000 for the Hungry 2 U I : robberies For County Commissioner j j
Brooklyn jjjalriit !i CARL
J.
..". INGRAHAM
Horse power" house in' Montana Boato'l 340Basriey. 1 1837-A Detroit Federal judge r,7cCIt. ;L.LL iI I First District --___ - ____ I
and the other is for a 64,000,000 I'aLca eswI C..u:fen' I convicts 119 men and women of I JOE ALLEN 'j;+ For Constable s
bucks loan to the UN for a new I ella; Bandt anhJ S.Ikthl.' contempt of court in C. I. O sit- (a'i, First District I

building. And it is a 100 to one I II down strike. I i I For County. Commissioner I
shot, that ,neither of the loans I TODAY'S Ullfl1lUA 1939-Hitler rejects Roosevelt's 9=f0'><14=6' First District I HARRY H. JOHNSON I
will ever be paid off. A typical I plea, for a ten year peacesaysthat '
dajcjl calls it. But of Amfk4)) ( I J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER E For Constable +
some these I (Know Germany is for peace and u tED000M ___ __ '
times we are going to get the Lionel ljorryrnt"e, tepid actor has no intention of attacking any- U'-g"'x18'-O. IeD'coM I : First DistrictC. II
feeling that the camel had on that I and radio star, til f.ti.fcd ;,.t.o: For County Commissioner BROADWAYCIGAR
oru '' FLONEY PELLIC1ER
final day when the last straw family, born in )KnitJ-wJ.; { 70 yc.11 1941! -The U. S. Supreme Court '. "11"jECoVVTIOOR First DistrictW.C.SUGAR :

was piled on-and hu legs buckled ; upholds the Interstate CommerceAtt 'I ( ) SWEETINGFor For ConstableFirst
I
The wait may not be too II ago.Dr.. Oliver I II I 1' )J' '*-' "' which barred Negroes from STORE

10 Philadelphia, noted MUKwri and ,, Pullmans, etc. PIli/ --- County Commissioner ; DistrictBENJAMIN :
Bui there is always a hope that professor born in Jtt"J"Jr'tih' ,a, i i' 1942! -A 15-mile strip along the 2pod Third DistrictCLARENCE :, J. PIERCE 610 Dutal Street
maybe Mr. Massachusetts Joe '4 I.I ordered dimmed -
I years ag'i. [ Atlantic coast (Bennie)
Martin that old + I HIGGS i;
or Virginia gent CoL Franklin DOIi-r. .Urc.-d i if i lout II
Mr. Byrd. or some other such of the PrudentialLife. I i I COMPLETEBASEBALL
board chairman 1 I I 1945-Bemto Mussolini, aged For Constable
level headed person who figures Newark, N J. tint Amtri 161. shot to death by Italian Parti- AP Newsteatuies For County Commissioner }
that, the U. S. A. is still worth f ran Legion rummarulcr. born in !n jsans. A COMMUTER HOUSE of two stories this dwelling was designed r rI Fifth District j First District .

savidg and knows how to krangleit Burlington N. J.. 71 years ago :I i i 1946-Soft coal strike in its to cut costs.Architects Serge Petrof and Harvey P. Clark-: WILLIAM G. CURRY i i BERNARD H. WAITEFor SCORESPOPULAR

will be our next boss-man. Prof.,Clair E. Turner of Berke :I 28th day. I I son. 26 East 55lh St. New York 22. N. Y. drew this plan fora
There is no law against hoping_ ley. Cal... noted samUrUn. Fin nat I 1947-Secretary of State Mar- developer. To meet price requirements of a moderate income For County Commissioner ConstableSecond
co fulks. join in. let's hopealsovote. Harmony. Maine. 58 years ago I shall's report to the nation over Fifth District District
t family. the house is designed: without basement and accommodates : BRANDS of
.. ,Dr., Herman B Baruth. Ambassador the radio says Stalin expects compromises I JOSE
Yours with the low down. to the Netherlands! brother I for peace, but we won't a maximum of prefabricated units. The-house -garage HARRY L. HARRISFor ESPINOSAFor Cigars and

> JO SERRA to Bernard born in Camden, S. delay our plans . . have a total volume of 18.100 cubic feet. An insulated concrete: \ Cold
j c., 75 years ago II slab forms the foundation. The chimney tt precast at factory. County Commissioner Constable
"
S n ,tCa. n,ads'land; John D Craig. Movie.producer, In Colonial America a cap was Plumbing is a prefabricated "drainage tree" Of copper piping Fifth District t\ Second District Soft Drinks

area is covered with forest. J born in Cincinnati, 45 years ago. the sign of a married woman. Heating ducts and complete clci.ets also are prefabricated. JOE JOHNSON CHARLES G. PAPY

"



e







,. -.
4 t, ,
", --.. ,. ; a
--
------



...,I. ,... _
.
''
"U
l w ..
( "" -

" ,. ' -t- ) _... -_._ _ -'--. _. ._-....-...--... ..,....,-... ", ., -. --.4...Jr'--,. _-__..-' "" ..-,-,,, -'-_-_-_'-%_"..<_>_.."d,-_-. ., -.-- --- r------ _--
1 Q .
f. ,., i: I _
,
'. I
!
.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2R. 194R. 4 ,
. THE ,KEY WEST CITIZEN PA 1twroo ; I

LATE ill I" . ... RUSSIANS .v'.Ii.i".6 rfr"*?.I "" "" .I-'"," '' I .i -.I'.I'.i'.I i

: REBUILD h: :: . : : : .. t. .
.. Co .
f- IAf. ..
oo; : < ... ., .
I : } H \ I
: '
.
"
TO CLASSIFY" t NAZI ;; . ;. !. 1' ;" .- t; n .tr. f' -- \\-'M1-"t -t
NAVAL : # -' ..
..
.
:
BI'RUSSELL ".' ..:;t '''W. _: -... _t.-._. .. .-' t..: ,... '-. '- .. :.' _,. t tS

KAY I -ai l lf i :
X ) H" S : :! : .

S At Art Unkktter : f lIraNll- }, t ; ''G:
te11s US 0' the y r THROUGH ITS NEWS EDITORIALY . ; 4
rac -People Are Funny.- and ,

.'Ifow a: With Edgar.5*?the Bergen.they election' be"QUid*Just stupid put a few it.1"i f t 1 YARDS'P.: AND ADVERTISING COLUMNS; : t

weeks ally. ..letting away the steamed aspirants are I"e-I I' } I : i :

.* n instances the hiirpulJing' :
and slun-klcldng is under way I j.t YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER PERFORMSAN .a :** {** *ik 3
.Fir the most part the boy? ,. : ** *..JV*
running for state offices : ::

They but conducted' nobody fling .a ladylike has barb. rolled now campaigns and up have then his! t Sfijv / l //I IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE \\r '

.
sleeve and started sluggUV.They \ SWEDEN Orlita S '.. '.
<< are .
leaving
Gnat 1
to the '
minor! league guys the fellows ." . . .- .. "" ; .'. '
running fur : :
Sheriff or States NORWAY bLi .. 1. .

lit Attorney Court. Those or. Clerk home of town the Circuit candidates j srouar ..'S..... 4.Oa0 I :

always do put on a show t _
and. while I .haven been able to ; 4i: I .
t attend i S-'jrj \ '
rallies ,
many of my own / m .. '' '. ..
,, old county' HilLiborough want to say they<
lung true to form. Some of the i i '. U. S.:S. R.a &iMt ij J > .
boys are up to their ears In mud & y:
I and the customers love it. Noon I II
paid much attention to theenddates ( niuuoocowos I;rsc4Q..MGi4 ft0'r I . . : S.
until they started cal I . t
ling each other names in earnest I . '. .I
F a week. or so ago. Now everybody .
f turns out to tee the show. -o rosroc c .WAIIWPOLAND V I t
:: All this clowning and snarling, I SrAs ti ( ;- . .. -, I
while first class entertainment if UNauve S BULK .,. ) ,
t you happen to like that oft w
sort
.
,
thing. doesn't really I V ** **
mean very GERMANYuxuoew
much from a vote-getting ctand- iM 'I
?,f.1,1'f .
point The crowds that attend =N TH.C'V:' /LA/-,. ; i
,' these made rallies up their"minds have all pretty Who they well 1 kJ? C fc ./ gECHOSLOUftKM e gAP I j .

are for and the revival supporters I I (
Newsfeatuies
attend just to hear their boy tear ILLUMINATION
the pants off his opponent BERLIN.-The Russians are re-constructing: the former German .rJ._
Just for fun I started collecting naval yards of Wilhelmshaven as.a key base on the White I f fI
o cards at a rally here last week. I sea 'in their''development of arctic ocean routes according to I ." ., .
All the wives sons daughters the best information available. here. Reliable informants say -"-' .,
uncles. auntscousins and hired the site selected is Molotovsk* : : .
I I
help force of each each of candidate them loaded are out down in near Practically ArchangeL the entire: Wilhelms I WILL YOU SMILE? I ... *So all/ may see .. '

with cards, ,
circulars and folders. haven yard which was the main
1 I made. at least fifty of them happy German base on the North sea is The Mistake\ '
by accepting a piece of lit ratue. going.to.the Soviet Union .
as
rep- I II
When I got home I emptiedmy 1 arations. Dismantlement of its The girls at a restaurant table I .
pockets and. buy you should machine, electrical torpedo, sheet were discussing shattered
a ro
have sn the mess 1 had. If I i metal furnace and other shoos is

,,* I was think in I the would job offer printing to distribute business '1 proceeding.Observers here said they are sighed mance."It's one.all a"All mystery I know to is me that,"j jto I One particular section--the Classified-serves the community !I.I I.
literature for candidates free of '
... ,watching 'with great interest" one afternoon at the office I got .
.t. I was one of the but! to leave Russians developement of its far
the park where the rally was 1 northern sea routes as well as the him thinking a long about letter him saying so I wrote just I the immediate sales and the
t held and III bet there was a energy\ being put into building up what I thought about things arid highlighting way to quick
couple of hundred' dollars worth I
waterway routes particularlyfrom I never heard from him again."
of printed matter laying around the'Baltic to the Black seas. I r
Disgustedly her friend told
girl
the ground.for the trash gatherersto : Pillau, on the bay of Danzig her: ""So you.had to go and open S satisfaction of buyers' needs. Each millions of dollars! '
pickup.liut
has become the Russian's main your big typewriter!" year,
getting away from the local base for its South Baltic fleet. .
claptrap I cant see much Here Soviet fuel and ,.jljwatb'.riwi... ,
ships can SovietRussia's : -I;
I, change in the state sees. Each: take on food. Backing it up is the Year Plan waS launched in 1946.. ': of American business transacted the classified] I
are through
f[ camp of course will tell you that major repair and building harbor
LL> their man .U in the lead and they !I of Koenigsberg. berg, eight destroyers and ten .
[ have proof in the form of reports I The Svhichau shipbiulding, ,submarines.The I II
| from field workers etc etc. La- yards at Koenigsburg were expanded -1 North Baltic fleet head- columns of the nation's
| bur U going down the line for sot rapidly by the Germans quarters still is located at Kron- papers. ;
f many candidatese that it'll. be a during the the war as Allied bom- I stadt, outside Leningrad, informants
OC. mighty neat trick if they do it. bers flying from England madeit said.
I Even Tom Watson is claiming a more and more difficult to keep '
I strong labor vote. up production particularly of I I 0 .
*F The two poor boy their candidates I If I Ip I sea submarines and the in western yards on Baltic.the North That j I GET THE ... :
are both pointing fingers
f* at others in the race asking where expansion now is being stepped I 7spFa=DrsueF
)For those who have sell trade
campaign they are getting funds. But all their this is lush a up Rostock by the Russians.the major German RSUEFFORACIDINDIGESTION : a specific product to rent, 0 0k

stock question that has been pert in the Russian occupied zone
asked In every election and will minor is being used by and the Rusians outlet for need to fill CITIZEN WANT ADS the ;
continue to be asked and nothing repairs as an or an especial .are
will come 'of it despite laws that fqr the shipment of reparationsfrom .
the Soviet zone. General t
limit expenditures. And -speakingof
laws that one is just about Lucius D. Clay, the American n _a effective economical and means of
the silliest any group of lawmakers commander-in-chief recently ac- I most quickest advertising. I
' Didn't cused the Russians of building
ever passed. they k kRENT
realize that campaign expensesare warships at Rostock. 1,'GARDNER PHARMACY r i
for friends When the remnants of the Ger-
always paid by I
1114 Division St., Varelai
and never by the candidate? man fleet were divided among'the at
victors the Russians were i i 'hone 177 Free Deliverasa..a.a..a.a

be Rpasted'a ouJder in various Qf lamb may allotted muuu.uu.u.. the-light- -cruiser- .-......Nuern-m.u.uuu- --__..I.mhhh.Umh- __ - .. ..___hUh"h..._ I .
fUvorcd ways. .,uui uwmtuuiuumuiuuuiwuwmnnumunuiwumnuumnmwuunuuUumnuuuuuuwuwui wIuU I moi I
Som*rooks like to rub;tt with a '. { .
crushed clove of garlic before
roasting: Others prefer to rub it ,. .i
rNsC"
; l foRiESUtrs
,
,
with sage, thyme or powdered j .1 K.
marjoram. -:II .
S BAY SFf( lOAN : .

Tout Croat SELLS That Good .1
STAR BRAND 7 .,I '

AMERICAN and CUBAN COFFEETry .... T '.1_-I II I Use t.h e. I

;
-- A Pound. Today- I 1
.3 I
,
; ." *
: 1
: n .. ,* :1''

et.U Help YouPlan 1 ' S : 1'0I1SREJIn
s rr t I
.4 1.4% y r q, ,. 'fryt -I II S.

Your Floors \ar .1 ,
''
,
Free Ettimate Given -
Asphalt Tile r
-
.
Rubber Tile r
.
.t
v / e Cork-Til* -- -
i I J -.tic'( 'Floor Til. .' '-.. S
4i ;
t '
. I .PWtl< = Wall Tfl -
[ .Bradiclls. FOR HOME .
I. et! HoVjtol Rui U Ii v : or


i f t |f' .Formisa:Counters.Hardwoed tic for Ceilings Tables Sinks.Flooring r: COMMERCIAL USE :; I The Key West Citizen


Floor Sanding and r We Are Prepared To Furnish You With

Rafinishings r Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE 1

Modem floors & Tite Inc. ." I a

J. L. GATES : Thompson Enterprises : -

Flooring Contractor a (ICE DIVISION) L '
.11)41 J VIRGINIA. STREET K KEY WEST. FLA. .
.. i PHONE 1S39 PHONE .NO. S 'S .' .
... r HMffli\ n u lulntulnnnmuiunlllu::nuinnuunnlnuulalniiuoiun, muuluuluunlu- na 11..1 11.1.11.1 1..1.1.1.1'.1.1111 !' 11..I.I.-'I-'I-'I.I..Jj. .







,


... . ...
.i.
ere. _J.\....



- --. ,,,;: : '1:== :: :: :' :. : ;:: : ;: ; ;:!:-:------- .--- --- .- :- - --. -- --- !

"'" ".. .:. ;""-".., -""' _' =:::: ...-.' =:.t.i-.., ,, ..,.;.. . .> ;::;.::: :.:. : i -c):::;:::; : -_ ...< - . .. ,... .- --c j = -" IIIIIIIIII




1/' : tf f t


.!
.
F I '''-', pA-. THE KEy WEST CITIZEN _p. _._ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2*. IMS i I

.
Stales LATE BULLETINS 5 .CHARGED- m*Wl'IlII! .' 'Jolly then" admitted 'his part in' ten d he pr..i s and /wrud ..ht ,
Need Of .
I I the theft and named the others of tile seeela .......tl m.tkas in t
1..11I r HAUNTED HOLIDAY( (Continued From Page One) (Continued From'kF SdieltorAllan ige Onetriled I'allegedly involved.: Later Jolly I a dslites ..... Jfe twrltry
-
School Round-lip Communistic, and closely resembles -,' by County *' : denied 'that admission aft Ute was teued III the teaalties' 1. aldeowli ,
thin
the old Nazi socialist party. B. Cleare, .J.w barged i ... -
sheriffs office Atwett inaOrmedMayor theatre t y
Br ACNES LAWRENCE If( :J By Cam...... Dockory Leader of ,the new movement is I each with into the entering Elks Club without.breaking with J. A. Maitland Adams., City : about iiee in dlssrt .... IIMt7 t' I
School will terminate for this a dynamic young German from Manager Ralph D. Spalding and'',were .....
semester tentatively on June 8. FA .. II Y ----- ------ I- the Sudetenland.CAR I intent to,commit a'/eJony. I City Commissioner Louis Car-1 I l'rattfc..Mer eel teat,. In ttee. :4abetiWs I
But before that date plans must I Judge Thomas 'S. Caro of alike .w '
bone!? and Hunter Harden of the itltasl nres
he laid to insure a healthy en-I Chapter 11 kitchen wing the two bedrooms "You'wont' tell Sophie you'veseen I ''PRICES WILL RISE I Criminal Court fixed_ bond for i developments. ; there W8e ... dosser at *s a.thaes .-

vironment for all children at- BEFORE Vince and Julia could and were Lukt occupied That by left the two Donovan ?'"me coming. in this way will DETROrrThe Ford Motor the men at $5,000 each.' t Then Wilson Jolly was taken i; w... ... we .......
tending school next semester. duck the small cabin cruiser rooms you Company announced today Margaret Jaycocks signed the
over the dining room. One was Vince shook his head. : that I before the group of city officials j f WiIIM Jelly had aer.ed teat
The annual summer Round-up swept by them in a curveand the Sophie's and if .the. other was if you won't mention "Not prices for the new Mercurrs will bond 'for Frank' Curry. where he repeated the information . year MI. tfce pee* lane: Praofc
program helps to bring about naval officer saw,the fiendish satisfied empty why hadn't it, beengiven here-. my being be from $315 to $400 higher, de- Mr. .and .Mrs. Armando Perez previously given to AtwelL Joey the yean. Castrate *ut
such an environment. I 1 grin on the photographer's tthe Donovan-instead of mov- '1 won't. You see she doesn't pending upon the new modeL signed the bond, for Castro.; I The sheriff's office and City i i i yews; COT'?. !. ......
The summer Round-up of the face as he snapped his camera. ing the Chinese to the rooms know I can get in and out this r Felipe Carbonell signed the f Police Lt;. Atwell and Baker I I I City llMnyr teal* t .* >.>.
children is a health project sponsored Julia got to her feet and shook a above the garage, necessitating :way.. BBC doesat leave me alone LEADS IN PENNSYLVANIA bond"for Frank JpHy. i went to the Staples avenue home I I!lids[ Jr .sM* 1,1..* ..* L. Bi J
by the National Congress itslocal of small defiant fist at the retreating juggling determined the to other find guests the?answer Vince for ve'r7'often.a week.:She's almost"Vine's kept me in here PHILADELPHIAHarold John Gavilan. : signed the bond i of Castro, where' they estab-i!anyone i to -e.:tilt 1'' 't"Ir 1swrPeedrd ;
Teachers through
Parents and boati right L Stassen has defeated Tom Deweyonce fear Bath. ; lished a guard. The machines 'AI !M
the interest,. "Of all the can't now. tongue'wa.s !dry-. He !
units to arouse the they leave us alone nerve!" Why On tense silent feet he ;made wanted to ask Whit yet already more. This time in the Annie,.E. Sawyer signed Wilson :I were said by Wilson Jolly to be I, will be pnfrrrarf fjr tfce ..araeae.fbefore
qf the' parents: in improving school "I'm afraid that's only a forerunner his way to the door of the ne thought he knew the answer Pennsylvania Republican popularity I Jolly's bond. in the house. i; Mrs. Ct tfto t"tl' tA.rd.Oasis. .
t health,) of children entering but I'll speak to the police spare room. It was locked..Mov- and it left him.sick with pity and contest Douglas M'.cAr-l f County'Solicitor: Cleare said j Then Sheriff Sawyer arrived I
t for the first time. 1 ," Vince said. He paused, ing noiselessly he entered Sophie's suspicion.-- thur was fourth and Taft fifth. today that since the capiases had I with a search warrant He en-. SitOtetibs! Hw .
t ,. It also aims to bring about savoring the question he felt impelled room closing the door after him. -"managed go out at night" 1 r Both Eisenhower and Wallace been filed with Criminal Court ---
received
continuous medical and dental to ask-"Julie, who is After a hasty look'at the dark he to ask. direct then!'would be no- preliminary -...
s "" write-in
ballots for their
supervision of children of all Hugh?" mahogany furnishings be went A wo times I have, but it's so before justice j of
I i Was it his imagination or did through the bathroom into the dark. don't like the dark." nomination on both the Republican hearing a
I ages"'., her muscles tense beneath the other room. It was empty,as he Vince swallowed. Children I and Democratic tickets. Although . the peace: The men will ap
It Is carried on in cooperation medical. golden tan of her skin. Her face had expected,.but, its appearancewas feared the dark not men of forty- Stassen won in Pennsylvania pear in.Criminal Court duringNe'x THIS GENERATIONOWES
with the community clue to the five. "You have Tuesday the exact
e was completely blank. "Hugh a type of occu- a nice room, here the results of the election May. .
I dental and nursing professions she asked. "Hugh who?" pant.A. rYe been"watching your mice." I delegates date will be rixed.
t and health agencies. "I don't know. In fact it's none child's room!Vince frowned Hugh- Mannley went to the I I mean nothing because the Lt Ray Atwell and Lt Harry
of my business but I overheard no . more a boy's room. A boy closet and brought out a bow and go to the national convention Lee BaKcr were credited by city
1 of ten. arrows. i unpledged. President Truman A DEBT
Bissett mention him to you last I conducted -
RobertS'SandsNuptials ," offi.riawho yesterday
I i night. I thought perhaps you were Vince ran his fingers throughhis "I wanted an air rifle but won the Democratic contest theftof
worried." carroty hair wondering why Sophie won't let me have one. I'm with 225.000 votes. He was the ;an investigation into the i
FridayMr. Julia's throaty little laugh the presence of a child Kalanii pretty good with this though. the machines at the Elks Club
the ticketNO
.1 seemed genuine. "Oh. now I had been kept, secret ,when the .Watch .what I can do." only Democrat on with breaking the case. TO THE
il and Mrs. Herman F. Rob- know! John was speaking of HughHowell. dry rustle of leaves at,the win- Crossing to the north window Wilson Jolly had been engaged i
a Honolulu friend. He's dow sill made him step' back he took aim at a blazed fir tree CLUE YET by the. Elks Club to serve Mon-
erts. 184-C Poinciana place of ,their an- just been.made a Colonel in the quickly into the bathroom! fifty yards distant.The arrow flew DETROIT. No clue has yet day nightas a watchman at the
nounce: the engagement Air Corps. We were both surprised directly to the center of the tar- been uncovered in the ReuthemurderaUempt"
Atwell
daughter Katie Mae. to Frank because he's so young for THE leaded window panes were get.. as police seek Elks lodge ill- Duval street. I NEXT GENERATIONAdults
Sands, son of Mr. and Mrs. John that rank." ned back'against the cream "That's remarkable shooting!" UAW questioned .Wilson Jolly at
H. Sands. 1103 White street. #, Maybe Vince thought maybe plaster. Now a hand, using the Vince exclaimed truthfully once more to interview the length. '\\JolJy: denied .any knowledge -
I The wedding will take place . but her answer seemed a bit thick-trunked: ivy as a rope crept Hugh laughed. seldom miss president in the hopes of being of. the heft, but said later
Friday in the Robert residence. : too pat. over the sill. It was not a child's he- boasted. "Now,you try itl! able to get something' more definite he had changed his mind Atwell in Monroe County whether M not tfcer .*. .*...* .
The engagement was announced When they swam ashore Sophie hand but a man's. A head and Vince's attempt fell far short of on which to continue their said.: '- want the children to get the best poutble eduMHsaal tntalaj

at a 20th birthday party Mannley. her eyes protected by sloping shoulders,,ollowed' ; thena the,target "No good he said investigation.About According to Atwell, Wilson to fit them for their duties as mea and womesi el cwt ..*.
surprise lavender sun glasses was in the leg and the, man wa3 'in-the ruefully. _
for Katie Mae Roberts. Tuesday. shade of the summer house. Her room. A. board:creaked beneath 4Oh it takes Practice- Hugh. generation.What .
April 20.XIIrl1N1s. voice was querulous. Vince: and the man's dear blue said,'Tve! had lots of it.." one million people in If ,
t I "Goodness Julia you must get eyes went to his hiding place.\ Vince glanced at his watch. AI- I Europe have been labelled officially S DICK ERVINfor is our BEST ASSURANCE te shale tfce ee>4t Oe
Chairmen/ i i dressed quickly. The others are "You've been spying on me. !" most.J1.alf an hour since had left I as "displaced: persons." them a man to fashion their educational ........ wile is. aa
coming down and Luki is almost he accused. Julia.; She'd begin to be curiousor -- -- ----- Proficient in his calling as you **. to you .......... ......
** I 1 I ready to serve the cocktails.: :: "Not intentionally sir Vince worse come to look for him. I
Named] Tomorrow "Be ready in two shakes." Julia stammered uncomfortably. "Look here Hugh be said. Tin For Prcficiency.: : Efficiency.: OuteUadteg AMMtf. MM RIM IT
4 flung, back over her shoulder as "Sir Why do you call me sir?" afraid Ire got to be going. COLIN ENGLISH i MAN to put at the head of our public schools.is
At a dinner-meeting of the she raced Vince up the steps. Vince blUshed; He wasn't sure Hugh:Mannley's face fell into I i ATTORNEY GENERALI /
newly.formed, Kiwanis Club of, "Don't wait for me." he called, he knew himself. The man's hair lines of childish disappointment II i
Key West tomorrow at 6:30: p.iru, "I want a word with one' o! the was fair even faintly gray fine "You'll come again won't Has the KnowHowlI I
nairman of ten standing committees men." lines fanned outward from the And you won't tell Sophie? I I HORACE O'BRYANT
will be appointed. The Dressed he left his room men- corners of his eyes and mouth; "That's a promise." lour-I I
tally checking over the occupantsof he must be forty-five yet he was smiled goodbye and
chairmen will then name their the other rooms as he tiptoed peculiarly'youthful somehow."What through the bathroom and I CANDIDATE for LJI'HKITMUR.'Tof :
individual assistants. down the hall The house was should I call you?" he room into the halL As he turned
:-iSrsident James Calloway an- shaped like a T. At the end of said. toward the stairs he had the un- I I
qnunced today that the meeting the stem above the game room "Hugh. Fm Hugh M nnIey.- reasonable sensation that some- PLIntH: INSTRUCTIONHe :
Will start promptly and will end was Sonia Deveraux room. Then Vince sucked in 'his breath. So one had been standing there only, i i,
came .Ju ia's. Palmer and himself. his was Hugh and Julia had: a few minutes before. 3- .
tt) exactly one hour. I Bissett and Dukane.. Over the lied to him!! I ('1'. beMrs. c..t.iaui. ) i has: TWO DEGREES from the Vat....+r .< FleeWe

-.------ I and a post graduate Teaching Certificate. APMIHmHATtOM

\ t Apply t To Wed II I SUBMARINE BASE PARADE YESTERDAY and SUPERVISION.

i ..An application for a marriage I form(Continued by division JT'om for Page military One) (Continued FromPage One) F. C. Blakley HORACE 0-BRYANT has had TWSNTT-MOliT TEAM

license was filed yesterday by inspection. Band of Miami.A > experience as teacher and principal. almost TW8WTY YCAIU
1 Ernest Salazar Jr. 23. of 501 I I 10:50: a.m.-Admittance to Base combination float of La Con- 'I Visited Key West r of that time in KEY WEST.
Whitehead street and Edna cha Hotel and & a member of theGovernor's
I I via Main Gate, for Toppino Sons. ,,
I Eatherly. 21. 828 Duval :creel. I I employees guests.commences Hollywood Lodge of Elks float. Cabinet and other Besides he is noted for his devotion to 0 _.*'.+r Serv

.. .: 11:00: a.m.-Civilian personnel Two cars carrying Hollywood Mrs. Florence C. Blakley, Miami I important state boards and ice. Not only has he lived with u* for almost Twer Yean

knock-off work and proceed to Lodge of Elks members. a candidate for delegate to commissions,Colin English has but also has been a put of our Coounwafer 1.iH *. aieeasaeali

1 grandstand. i I Southern Dairies float. ,, the Democratic national conven- I done great things for Florida.As to promote our weUbeing.
11:00: a.m.-Military inspectionby NCCS float of Key West 1 1I tion from the 4th Congressional' Governor he will 4
Local 40 & 8 locomotive your He has been head of the Key Watt Chapter el MM Re4
Commanding Officer Sub- I District was in Key West this continue to do great thingsfor _
marine Base. Key West High School Band. Cross. a Director in the Key West Chamber el C._.....
11:15: a.m.-Commence presentation -I Float by the Key West Lodgeof week attending the annual cori- ALL Florida I r- Herald-Editorial, Commander of our Amrekaa Legion. Post bead .! ew 4* e a4

Sea to Alfonso ceremony. Elks. vention of the Florida State Elks Vote For and .April 15, 1948 8. President cf the Key West Rotary Hub end a member ..

ScU and MM. Aurelio J. Alf onto I I 11:40: a.m.-Ceremony completed -I I Harry Anna Crippled Chil- Association of which her nus- "". .Florida will have this; oppor the Key West Yacht Club. We have found Urn react always

announce the birth of a son ; resume normal daily routine. l dren's Home float.. band, Norman Blakley. is a member. fussily at the May primaries tc to join in any movement designed te HELP KEY WBBT AJO
I Alfonso The award ceremony will com'I Sea Scouts. elect an Attorney General why
in Arlington California. Sgt ALL OF MONROE COUNTY. Compare
I is the son of Mrs. J. H.i mence: with an introduction by } Rnv ScOUtS. .' .She also campaigned for the COLIN ENGLISH understands the duties of his office -

Williams of 829 Olivia street and Clifford J. Raines, Safety EnginI -I Girl Scouts. nomination as delegate to the na- and is prepared properlY to

), .. Alfonso is the former JuliaBryant I of the Submarine Base, whose Monroe Motors float. tional convention. GOVERNORAt discharge them. Richard W. Erviris O'DRYANT
i of St. Petersburg. leadership has pointed to the I Key West Fire DepartmentU. endowed both by native ability HORACE

earning of the award. He_will S. Submarine Base Fire De The May 4th Democratic Primaries and practical experience for the
.. .. . ........
- ---- -- -- : Paid for by th.friend of Colin English "
wmuUllo present Capt C. C. Adell USN partment. office.
16BTTtiNI4ItT
I as an Educator and a Resident Active ia tfee
who in turn will present Capt. Visiting Elks were treated to a CHANGE 8 .
I I OF OUR COMMUNITY and be STANDS OVT COW VWCtWC
PERSONALSReturns L Y.'Mason, USN, who will mane I demonstration of deepsea diving;: I PULL
LY THE RIGHT MAN TO BE OURSuperintendent
WI8 C AS
aboard tae USS Tringa -
I the presentation of the coveted I operations PULL - 6-B -
lI.'I U1IJIlIUJI1IIIIidlUUUlIIWP" award to the Commanding Offi- |Tuesday afternoon. C. E. All- LIFE? Qf LEVER -- 0 - [LEVER
From Texas cer of the Submarine Base Capt. i, mond, Jr.. master diver was in of II'blilirat, of nirh.tdn.rdV|HI<|. f Krvin"r w\. )Krlen-l-l of

Mrs. A. W. Yancey returned Willard A. Saunders, USN who, } charge of the demonstration. Are you going through the functional
C The unGer the command middle age' period peculiar to
in accepting the award, will ex- Tringa women
from Texas Monday where she (39 to 52 yrs.)t Does this make you HEAR! IIEARi HEAR!
Paul C.'Cottrcll,
recently attended the burial 'of 1 press the appreciation of the Sub- :of Lt Comdr. suffer from hot flashes feel to nervous Public Instruction
I marine Base family for the honor : is now located at the Submarine high-strum tired? Then DO try
her husband. Mrs. Yancey will CAPTAIN WILL E. P. ROBERTSCommanding
stay with her parents Mr. andMrs. bestowed by the Secretary of I Base'and operating in the area Lydia E.to Plakham's relieve such Vegetable symptoms.Ptnkhsm's COmpound -. (1..10".1...i.'r' -. nr-5t i., ..1' I ,,. ..C w. Tit' II,
L the Navy. as relief for the USS Chanticleer Compound also has what Officer of Local National Guard Unit ,.. I li.r.; . //t .' .
L. Larsea at 1315 Petronia
Doctors call
I a stomachic tonic effect
while it is being overhauled.JOINT
The Meritorious Award was
Street . I I xWBia SPEAK OVER
granted for the outstanding safe LYDIA L PINXHAM'S"Buy .

1I CITY PROPERTY ty program maintained during WKWF TODAY at 5:50 P. M.
1947. To earn the award required RECITAL ,
(Continued From Page One) maintainance of safety instruction -* ill Celral > - -. -
: West" -
It In Key - - --- - -- - -
I .j Manager that city Ralph officials D. would Spalding inform said and inspections, safety rule |I, At V.F.W. Hall NATIONALLYADVERTISEDCLOPAY of 'COlINENGLISmPull erlforI
enforcement, study and reporting
\ property owners of the areas so of hazardous conditions and accidents WHITEHEAD STREET Overseas Transportation
I listed of the conditions: and request in cooperation with the Thursday, April 29, 8 P.M. : 6-B
f that necessary steps for improving :
Safety Di-
Navy Department's
l'' conditions be taken as vision and the Bureau of Em- (For Living or Company Inc.Fast .
won as practicable. DRAPES ,
ployees' Compensation, operationof Bed Rooms) LeverVAN
"The people of Key West are motor-vehicle

] keeping well aware their of the property importance in sanitary of. I. testing industrial a program and and- operators'l I HEAR WILLARD! KrniALBURY 98C Per Pair Dependable-Freight between and- Esl...... Service

condition Beautiful Color Assortment
: to
prevent the : A low accident rate and significant -
propagation and other of mosquitoes flies improvement therein ; COTTAGE SETS I MIAMI\ \ and KEY WESTAlso
1 pests and also; to present with
the spread of disease: ," said are the also foregoing required.must Coupled be evidenceof SUPERINTENDENT of (Curtains for Your Kitchen) Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORA KEYSBetweea

C the" City Manager. an active and positive interestby PUBLIC INSTRUCTION i 59c Per Pair SPECIAL WEEK-END EXCURSIONVia Miami and Key West
4. !t U
hoped that the worst cons management and untiring ef- I
dition* can be eliminated prior fort by all levels of supervisionin WKWF -KEY WEST- (tr
C to the I Express Schetlnlmt
next
winter season. Much
the prosecution and advancement Palatial S. S. FLORIDA
I more than the time necessarv of the Safety Program. Tomorrow at 6:15: P.M. VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY (No Stops Ea Rout)
I to do the work is being allowed Political Advertisement LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY WX.
I Following its receipt the Meritorious -I (Paid 123 Duval Street Phone 2Sunbeam
L In order that if CEPT SUNDAYS) at &:00 P.M. Ar.
any difficulties award will be suitably LEA\MIAMI: : A I' M. FRIDAY
I
arise there will still be time for mounted and thereafter I rive at Miami at IZtM o'clock Mid.
I required legal procedure. perman- I 'i i ;3O() Ma\ 7 I night.LEAVES.
I "It is hoped jently I exhibited in the lobby of April only I .
however that no the Administration building of MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
t 11 such.ktcps, will be necessary the Submarine Ba&e. I MIXMASTER I I Return Io Miami 8:30 A- M. following Monday SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock ww.
night and arrives -
--- : at Key Wee dI
j CHECK THESE FEATURES .... I 6:00 o'clock AJ4.
MIAMI Only Sunbeam Mixmaster Has Them All!! I ,'U\\. the a.I..-.r... Ian"" ..., cicr.he..... ... ..,.. .

THREE HOTELS IN \ at POPULAR PRICES Mix-Fintler\ .. Dial K\eu: Mixing "Full-Mix 1c I atcrEfficient I I fcnaril sawa: \,.fcrornMfr..;..Ii...."... oJi.too....sad?. ....fr.......I."Ull'0 1..fISel"I"I.(Stops At All Intermediate. : PoUts)

Located in the Heart o/ the Juicl.r.- New Autoiiiulir Itfalcr Ejector I brrfli. aboard ..hl|. silr im LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY IEX-
City rladrif in the 'are '
RATES: i THIRTEEN LABOR-SAVING ATTACHMENTS CEPT SUNDAYS) al 1:00 .....k
RO'O'IS WRITE or WIRE plus t." A. M. and arrives at Miami al 4 M
l REASONABLE 1 for RESERVATIONS a i o'clock P. M.
with BATH I $38.75 H Dose S3: Per Month iI
and TELEPHONE Only I Regular sailing, : from Miami Mondays. and Fridays 6 P.M. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY EXCEPT

I ona 6 months: limit Round Trip Fare only $46 plus taxes. SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. sad
Ford i
Pershing iMiller\ a SEARS' EASY PAYMEIST T PLAN .P.rri*p4.**. at Ky West at kOO .'c\ocaa

,
II Hotel Hotel 1560 or 1561 See your Travel Agent for reservations or the P& O
Hotel Olice! in Miami. Municipal Pier No. 2. Telephone 9-7631.:
1
10 N.E. 3rd St. 221 'I
N.E let An. I .FREE. PICK-UP and I DELIVERY!
229 NE. 1st AT HAMTELEPHONE SHk\1CE
80 Rooms 100 !
Rooms AND CO. rP.IGHTCARGO SOLICITED oversight express service at cargo rites
Elevator Elevator 80 Rooms s FULL CARGO: INSURANCEMAIN

Solarium 3 BLOCKS FROM Heated Elevator 11IIIII c:t'11-:1>1..(,,1 II 1J.5'" 'J f..,"fii'i' OFFICE:; and PHONES WAREHOUSE: 92 AND Cor.$3 Eaioa at r}.--- Si ..

UNION BUS STATION Corner of SJMONTON and FLEMING Streets ST'E'JkM: S +f I P ". I rQ -
t-.: :_ _ : _ __ _
..
- --


Elect COLIN ENGLISH for. y --GVERNOR--PULL--LEVER: cgs) -64Ja


a-**. *' J 4rhu..t:




III. .. ... ... -







'

II : \ i#

------
-.. -