The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 20, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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...* ..lfa. 41 lea Unmtatir pitMf lmpr4lon. of the off .m and men 'j : l (Cqurl Commission in behalf .t IM Ovlf-AO. N.* Tr............. .teatt 1 ,
thanked them their rooperaj :
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$ Mrs' .dmM ... .........l .t Submarine Due here has been inHprraOon. 1 1 Earl' R Adams qualified today the company proposes .. operate>a. Ky W... ...! .ttmrl I

i flan- ....., That wire fifed. 1 'as' a candidate for the Democratic In making this announctne toii |r. ... <: WalMol.e ttsw..r... t''

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of Monroe Coulny of the Culf-AUantir Company Mid thai thr IM! a1Utt 1 !

' MJ1...u 1k t'r.n.L f w nor the away bid with Naval and Station'the Submarine was don?1 4.",, Circuit Court clerk in the May 4 'pear before the examiner of the Maftttra* a.artetlirM I .i. l i

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.. ''primary election.
i hang WM established.mrtnbrr ., .ltws '4'p' d w c ...

it t 104 x. Mrrtty. I............. ,, ......- r A staff writer on the- Mwmi io'rraa. ,
1w ......... ..4 air !ttu.t Ihtd. of .the School Board of --- -----" -- -.-. -- -- -- :- ;Herald in Key West for the' Alton :
.my Wtrep.ytor past The, tiilMllel. Itltaloe
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*** the Slh district.
KH fi M.ri.. l. r cfctk of Julio c.hanJr.., for memberof THE BODY OF:MRS. ANN'HUNT."3V mother'of 'foui'chhdr Is'trapped between'the floor and 23 years, Mr..Adams, said, he felt -. ,.V.. .. .. .... .......

t....... b..t liio Srhonl IMitrd.ol the 4th the fallen ceiling ol a Chicago danc hall-which' con P5ec1; uncl.r O the weight of 500 person ,attending I that the many'years' in which he In Contest. For .t Wasdai.psa tlp0rl.g trPreailrM

I iI.i.M II .... .........r Ubtrirt.. a St..Patrick's Day celebration. Mrs. Hun 4 was killed' add more than' 100 people were has: delved into county records alt filar $Itf:. d l trier II II.hI

1 o f.-f lee ..........wla..nI/ al the =rut Kuaew cCoffee) S".ijeh->7. fort injured. rr -.- !and operations in order to keep And A19eel.l'sulatii. u'a'LtA' .adMg
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Entire uf the peace In- the 2nd'dktrkt !, --- the read ing-public informed have the Arent t .......
....... Wrfcttrvul. far ........ :: ] 1 ;
; given him' an' insight into the
fee* .* t.. jh..*M Huanl ... the' 4wtm F. RusscIL for s'-'pcrin-1 i C. Floncy Pell icier J Johii\Mv Spotlkwood JEnlcrS'Race workings of the office which: he (Dutch) GoHiriivj qualified sign. .. (. i..L.1. .. .
.I- ttItst trtMtent of Public Instruction of yesterday afternoon a*a randidate own ii tore .., a u.
rtsra4 to; tut rrlrrfMtftrr Monroe county." ForlShcrif f' of Monroe ,o';;ecks .r I for sltcrrif of Mauve airier .f ... patlMaa...a .......

jlas.' M ....., Ma ..dlrrlnl.i C. (Kloopy) Pellicicr; for 'conUblc Runs Constable In I ,l "1 am av/arc.of. the magnitude 'county subject to the primary to ante b+f a. .. 1 r It.a..t'"a

i I1m.. Men.,..... fiTRIESTE .. ." in the hit district.: : (of the office. I know, of the many be held on May 4. Mr. f;'jHiringioi'ied ....
Tlie Tollowing foteal"annunomcnt"ot thE candatTm'f r John

, .-- ---- -- --.. J First i l )DistrictCt. ) j t i !1M.; 'S tswood for sheriff of MonroiCcounty"tvr i '/isttcd todays J dutiej Court must that a perform.clerk of the I feel-Circuit that "As a the citizen following of Monroe tUtnnl Covitty, : a"B.. Yo Ih-- __ ..... .... !

i .I -4 yownccr bicmbeV of one'of Monrj>eCounty, ** olds faotilies. I have: the abilityto perform I have entered the ram" lor Sheriff 01 t4e tirnaga.. .... ,.. tltiat&idge '

! GIVEN Floneyollicicr today formally' 'candidacy; .fur sheriff. subjotV to.UUI U aut.rratiepriluart .- J the;e functions efficiently: and Ct- with the conviction that 1 ran LlrMsl. .... .. isttMa' .

announces hH ean.lidar.. ) | ?; :; is MaT 'the lest s interest ofthe taxpayer,'" render long range planning and I. pant aM ....ti. t a atr.i.
for co &tabltfl'Ol'1' Hie fit- t dis *lh is 'Jolin M.: anil' Mr. Adams said.
'SpoUswood gcnwV w'.agM.f far-visioned
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trictKuhjecl' to the primary; to i Monnof cvij\'\'\:;..first'and .onl/ radio station.WKWF, an'r one-ofr "In' the Circuit'' Court clerk's county which will.. benefit *H o'er tlas stua.. ..... .1 we

lACK TO ITALY be held on Muy, 4., thc;: hiobt active'' t"V _. office is recorded the d*eds of citizens and make for a bigger: WfMtMana
r young men --
Mr. IVIIicifr wa l II'-n. in Key I real estate: holding: in Monroe' and better Monroe J. K. t---. .. ... .
County. Key
West and attcndc l (tniil: public I, Florida Ke7s"civie_ affairs.; + 1 county as well as many other West and the Florid Keys will .*..... |tv, m t. lie grltl.roans.
:j "A: :sets'Rrkpn: l\t tt,ao late Dr. : \ trate..
scboolsy. ? important dauni!"its. It is also. have county ;government: that is
BY ALLIED TRIO' ,lIe served two' year; as a member John B. Maloney and. air pk.Ji the: clearing house for accounts alert and close to the prop4*. W. A. MrruA, 'sa't. .a".
;'aof Vie Key West Police DcVddmcnt of the t lte.\t>r.' Barry' .(;. against: the anti\ was a Monroe I. .teal .. Ia.ry is ...
Spntls\r\JOd's family tics: G'Ih'f'1 the court ar* maintained a.i well; tingly 41 years ago- when I WM "
c I. P'.. 1rr11t1 ,Ilri4alal AnlllIiHM l lt. 4 -ounty deputy cUciifC .1..... for-- tinrn-Slron 'in M01 .'- : as the minutes and functions; of born to be exact-for in this mean t. .... *''r. Kr. ,
r .ars1je, has boar and onclwlfgears' inore Ui,4n a century<<; Both ifr., the county cornmtsion." th' for. number of years I have made M Key Wed.

.' MalbP ,i1t1. Urvt4 .(Ihetedlr, r +'II;pa'esarco. I ... pt4itism 'cxperi irrue !a; A constableaad'wvas'a I ,,!\tmf''f ,and, i Ur. jaley: \V rt"pi.i.1F.ijUn nser newsman, said. "... tKpayer3 man,. worthwhile frietxtt ad I cly ........ .... .......
to every tK of lie nominees for = : civil.ItMlrd f(f one. > tfia: tmtikatpfntnLsioivtlhcrWcst :i : f : can readily scthat the Circuit gained many staunch' kuppvrtwk.U ,. i inc. .... II ........ i.. .**.. 'estory

N' 4uU NIt vvmtor general l of Trieste that ytarj L LMr :, l : r",p4 }.taut! took sit : Court clerk's.. is 'an' uupor- ,4s to these friend,. ,.hu. kmMVkleaU of Mee Pies Aatr.... IMte.
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.. .sirprc.prsd: by' -:'Besidcg,_ .: I llicicr served tivc, att ire thc rryyq 'M' polite1i tank one.* : *' *!\I ,tth; for which I stand, w jrarf eM tr..n A. 't s
a. s ?. 11n11g1. Stales'and' r\r.tBriUirvflaria | J_ tr 'Latalrs : il k -ty'" t.'ly ,AdaJa: ;.; said] etettey 1sewoWkcarry Jt.mgsfJet 'in4sd the ......
:41ta'tr1 1iwlt tl I.. in the Fltal1 '''''' f 1wa7tiP''A, ....... A"t .... .
wanted to name a governor ; Army and! six'Yfimi i lak ':tutu tenet. mediCas4tre J:pc8 ;into the office expetTcnce'learned "outcome of my first political race; -

... Tae .......... i' I of her own choosins.As : da, National Guard.. _,r; ;: :tta.xertire k '; s .,over years of being' in 1 "Public relations and experience I '" 1- l.. bt
Russia had firmly adhered *I feel that my experience'an rli'!? '''' 1 tontact with the office, that' to,.
WAltiliMfliN4. Mutts 2S.T4r -- flsteodCMyiV:? :: ,,: ,*:;. .d have ben gained overperiod a
that and the enforcement f>ffict>r.T Mt: j he maintain efficient I City C1a.rdt.r- iM 1M.d aUioa
la paoiUoo ; would an hoJ4
Uw/.d WMt U,... other t i j'jsj tA .vrbjran'oJVojI 4 TWar_H.oo of years through the
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sisal ,. ...... tttfic.d ....., b. give Wren Allies having agreed I the lpoU."W, ,eras u ricvst tits fired and courteous staff. i lug of such high and honor bl* ... .. .
it wa useless to argue further to.performf fduti\ of rt io What is needed to make a good posts as Exalted Ruler of Hk;; ("'itlO.> .t y/- ..... o

J T.... ....-II !. Italy with iter. they decided to returTrift.te t fire as con:>tabic. I assure the I enter military\ ,.service-.; -, fromMorpcaeAyily. the r inercc.-usuig that-rpi. .have Circuit Court clerk is a working ChipQuartennan. Pipefitter. N.-
Italy. people in my district and residents ? knowledge of .mathematics, -aggressiveness F .tear.. r.Atna '
114'.. tfe. vr. Trtefttr to been v irSubniarine Baje. Key West
tt In ()-tobt> his. for community better boDto&
whole army as p'rivate ( r #J94I. .
ortupied1w of the county as a the to iii' Ad .
is and ability
that city
$ say) pool M MM trly '"fl At present I tits "mcnt..t"RclciiUii. KSfida; ,,President,. Quarter cn's
he roseitjtf::t rank of .
DrltUi. th at; i if I am clectctl.: : I wilt perform ea tkih4yJanuary the office tlip./hrttM ,,'
... ffWHtin vriah U* AUir. It "..riMiR. and'Yvigt.lavian *- : learn to improve so; and Leadingmen's. Association. I M tt
I duties ,fairly fearlessly 'J9.U. r 4 pi the" I rpoit? i; of that the will receive f lAmertcaaKy t L.eialt.
w.. ...W. .. Mwdk II an lnt"- | troops. my taxpayer will work zealously towards as
........j Hlr R..M4. ..rd- to'tfcai '1 They will leave the city when and efficiently."On "During his, 'tni! ii nary: Service<< ( 'I' e'ntrypermit forli\ 'county. the most for their money. t curing beneficial Monroe County Edwia J 7trraqni.......-.;
.......l. l...l 'Immrdiately' Italy formally takes oyer Trieste. mv record as an rnforce- Spoottswwid:aerVert tas ii'paratrouper leased M-acham. Field was them '"The voters can judge if I Iuoret I I projects and I feel that with my u. pie t- '
_.-L I inc-nt i>rr n-r. I sevpeetiufv' **>**- n.i instructor; :'sivt for 2-i ;aadt jf abiist a"b1"-'n1:: those requirements: Adams background efforts& vill be ; mere. W. Jessie f .....
-- my
unit my randidary for con-.table yral.' as a"! pulculfutcflttrfhrr! r.In work .by ,<.tt'fiJ.I.; Without concluded.Teu1Perutures. I recognized not only locally but and Matary C bs'

AMERICAN ACTION to the voters of. the first district,". this 'tyiff t!pacftXtr: .!e' ij | 4iusiKTUiiL, Ji 1 --I :- charge tit:'lop.:secret jatmcuJTinrjiU I .>r u-ccivrd, ..l this port > circles :. Cuitis r tM.a AI

Two Small Fires In additivn'hc'seruc; d as::feels t'"'!Jro/u a foreign cvunlj-y. .11 wa- I "As Sherrif I will::0-work. unflinchingly ''penT. rcMr..oIM AalM. ., a

thrre tka.: ral.stafSi !and! at |1)t'CS- I dtic tl).".b: cHortg also. that ,the to operate the office in era ate .. *e h.1I w IN NO WAY AFFECTSJEWARAB rut hId aH Winy vtervc- m-' army consented' t.. allow( use of 7:30 A.M. E.S.T. the interests of all and to render lent a......,
Engage/ Firemen. minion with th"_ Tank of captain I building at 'Mcaclvyin" Field f.."rcommercial I the best of service at all ,time" J C. f+r.Ia.. ar.....wdarks .
and also !holds) the rank of captainin -: pyrposrs.Without' << neat MIa.I nerM
the Florida Nation Guard. i which plane service in Cuba StatiOD-- +.. .suet .. tatsi111...
FIGHTS City firemen were called' out Atlanta 67 Mrs.' M.\ Sanchez RetrwraiMn ,,
assigned to Ihc. staff as militnvintelligence : would have bctn: greatly re ( .
by twn s-ir.aU fires yesterday.At officer. tarded."Spollswood. Billings:>> '_ 7Rirminhal1l 1 er. of M.. ..... It. Ile .a. .
2:20: (.01. tile y were calledto 70Bi.mark .
: of the
station WKWF priJaablywould has been'and sat ty pwritar.d H-r >
Mrnrv IU M. UM.,r.l .' Catherine amS: Simonton streets "Radio never b..vcxen built hadit I" present a member of mam: ._ z;; Died YesterdayMrs. I II. Urutnon w-.... ... a to tt .
to put out a grass firc. Boston ;31;:
h h. rf tte Ml .N....a
not been for the cooraer ;m'- civic, fraternal and law enforcement
:.17 Mure At 9:10 pm. a kcrotene stovein I Buffalo :32::' .
Funeral Services home in Pe- determination\ of John M. Spf'Its- groups and organization: Mercedes Sanchez,i1, dial l pony and the .. W*
a colored family's Charleston _.:_ Ijt I.
I\H4ftI lu l'a' tronia street bl 1Z4'"l1p and fire* wood. It was through hU efforts 'and has served, as assistant firr -- 3t yesterday: afternoon in M karat l Jo II: .... ....
$rparllrf Chicago et .. rrAd '
following his return home after I chief for three as deputy his.: )1tsl. Mrs. Sanchez resided t
For M.\ Collier blazing years I
men were summon(L The Corpus: Christ------ 'ti7:) the Phllda ........ .... ,'
service that the rank and
for nine 813 Duval
ir13.s Ht. t : stove was tarried out of the military sheriff years as a Denver __ 34 street. J.............
) tI station went on the air in the special police for five years ant! Funeral service will be.hs.J
I., Funeral cervices for John Mil house and put out tkln.-it 3lsl T R. cl7M.eea _.. .
.., ,........ ....". I midst of the 1945 hurricane. Nr has served as a director or officer at 5:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon Mepa.
ton Collier Jr, CCM, USN. who ---- Paso _, iJfo"L : n..w. li a.. ..snjJtahrt ......
license had been granted the starUon of number of other organize in the chapel of Pritcbard
JattAl oUt. Mark 2o.-Th. I a ; -
Wutlh __ n" 6.1 M. <(<...-. .... w
rcvidcd at 46-1 Poinciana place, lVlrs. I I\orcna\! at that time. but-special" tions. Funeral Home the Rev. Hod-
.*isl ahM | |ce U UK United I permission Galveston _ 66 dent ol lies lM...... ...t.' i
will be held Monday'afternoon at was issued telephone "In his formal statement today riguez of the Latin Mell odt.l
....... .n Use'a d pasts.M 3:00 clock in the Poinciana Bapj j j I from Washington when Spoils- Spottswood m..ide a point of saying Jat'lo.onviUc __ 67 Church: officiating. Burial; I will I taro CMHfiwtr. a* tl ( 'oi .
.. 54 tra4lirWi4i
a>+H |Vc.lM. .... H... had any ofJ..asi list Church Rev A. D. OT.riantl' 1 Dies In TampaWord I wood took up. the fight. that his only motive for as KEY K..rwas WEST City 77 *.,. in the family plot{ in City: the. r ll M.llrr ...
; HI*T t M M* .rarl.K. attitude ,,' "He and the station have beer piring to the office of sheriff it Cemetery. .,
the dulyLail. and Chaplain Carlton C. French I, received' hcrf Cep Wed Airport 76 Sp.Wl & n I
Aria in has brcn highly commended by colleagues: for furtherance of pubic wclfprr( Survivors include a daughter.Mrs. .
13 Mayan Abe.. y ....... u '
will officiate. I of the death of Mrv Frank B. 'I in the broadcasting profession and the bringing about of drastically I.os Angeles; i3 Amalia Oliva. Key Weal; lee W.f........, eM IM .., ae
-; mete ... .......... Icictay in The body will be placed in Moreno, in Tampa Mrs. More-no' lie is a director in the Florida As- needed improvements.: These Louisville U two sons. Kmclio Sanchez of Mi- eleg.N.a Ie Mt a
; Mu 1117 ..d. its rather parla tdiWNuee the church at 4:00 o'clock. Pallbearers '' is survived by the widower; two sociation of Broadcasters. art needed not only in Key West Miami 34 ami and Dr. J. C. Sanchez of Key d.putedbunday
: sand 1M .ural.rr blJiro sisters. Mrs. Mary B. Sanchez and "A graduate of the public but throughout Monroe county Minneapolis West; four sisters, Mrs. Amelia
will be shipmates f ,0 w tl 1
>'o n r.rmstt
nand At.*.' kdktfUt the last the SS Chanticleer. After thtzl Mario P. Nap",1l'S. and three chil schools of Key West and of Riverside which is growing he said. Memphis Orl..ans .- 72 Baez Mr. Thurman Sands lire nears in b... .. Mar 4i.t.
1rtais 11., i I dren. Frank, Roy and Carmen. Academy. 1\J..v Rodriguez Key West
II la w Military Spoils- "If elected, Spotlswood prom- York :a3; Gregory .lame 0.-, aae .Ull/r.l ihnid
....Mi Iradrra annuuncvd to- services the body will be sent The deceased was well known wood has poise and cultural background ises to employ as: many dcputi New ---. -- 6j and Mr Aurora Alvarez, TaiKp; a anaMsy as M.ttilrtdetnsia. / ..
IN"lrina toA to Washington for burial in Arlintnn here having made thhl nd him for the role .ut[olk -- An. Racz Tiun-
brother. tiK
tIaty *.. they u" I 1 ; filling as the office requires and pay 32 a <: > .* wrtt w it i yhw
.H w a"Ntaltk I. I'akstao.awl National Cemetery. Prit- City her hose for many years of greeting; v .visiting-governmental them a living wage. lie said he "ttlahn ma__Cil y ___ 12 pa. and two grandchildren: .e he eaaraluas ...... ,
with Funeral Home is'in charge in Omaha
rhanl! residing Tampa. -
.alia b'asi's'ra.lrrtd prior IP and other dignitaries -
I 1: will secure the i est men possiblr .-.J 69Ruanoke :) ....... Ie&Iowirttg d.a
arrangements.Servivors .
of It _
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Ikat they arc ueth -- It was througb his direct efforts .- saaay!
raMi o
th1 for deputies, but has made nr rSt. : -
kisrd .. IrrM w f sghluag tonoel. : the Widow ,Mr. that President Trjmiftn ex- I promises to anjonc. When ; <: SANDY'S GARAGENext
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.. ..... ...., fUssklrr -uWf I va.Dwll.. Collier: ono daught PALACE THEATER icnded his Key West visit last: deputy is hired U\ will be on Ik Louis -- -'- -- 14 TRAVELS!
Mary Lob Collier. of .Key West; San FrandiCIJ; to LM Concha Hotel.
Irru...., 4.. t 'fall an additional, four dSiys. thEre basis of capability, he stat d. and
i4, one sister, Mrs- Betty Gmiyllar.. MacMUHRAY and I advertising I I'I ( '5an Antonio 6tC ; 404 DUT*! Stnct Phoo Ml KEADQVAltTVM.AU Y bus' ..
Ito .sal U._ UUUMaac. I f4 W. hirtglon/ : parents.: Mr. and,I FRED Ity! bringing Monroe county any man will summarily discharged ..ottle ;57, r
...... + .l Inst tasoraim' > AVA GARDNER"SIiVGAI'OKK" money could not buyAt A'tu.NIr"-
st1 r I Mrs. John Milton Collier, Sr. of if unsatisfactory and Tallahassee __ ___ 66 Hotly and Fender Work
... Iliitah '.r..t to : personal) expanse nd a great .....
eat I guw "I that it was his purpose to UIT M Ill Pa.
.. |nMI ... tti.rv Achland. Ky.- Heal of personal Work and con t'ampa CARS PAINTED from SM.M Price ToyrsATTENTION
itl.kaw iU iwn .1 News and Sports the office of sheriff for the prevention .. 1'lloal "
.... Mv U fttitl 1 HokUu rmly. i Ixcts. lie arranged an"woltal radio of crime keep people out Washington ,r..l.a.- :. -----.-, .., -,
.. actiun Ukcn.. Lay. Uc I. l. --+-- lasliup tor perfect; radio reception -; ht trouble and to provide a real -- -

vat KaUMM trcaiduift UuitrtU. Combination Doors I of Miss Margaret Trumnn. service to the citiicns and the .

....... the President's daughter when, create BASEBALLSUNDAY
COWBOY & SONSLANDSCAPING tourists and in this way
TW ..- rUml IU. i" -at: ;she made.her concert doljut.. good will and cooperation so necessary !

Borne ttti M aw UN to make *MnrMH STIIUNK, LUMBER YARD "During the visits of the Presi for progress.
.. H nlobleh. (11'8ect. << dent. Spottswood has entertaineda ,
..f1III ir- TELEPHONE: 115 Personnel in the sheriffs office at
...... UN Page Ei&hU ESSENTIAL BEAUTIFICATION number of the President's close will be trained at FBI schools When baking, ail lbrnnoUI for .U.rr i..I v.
-- --- Tree Surgery and 'Tree Removal advisers'and- staff members an" available of instruction -
and other places;
i has letters of thanks from 1IU of ; said, and CITY STADIUM peralurta' hrue,er puiblc. Vuu .,.M. .U..vr ..
........_. Garage .. ti. .. HAULING- Mi. Truman bim- Spottswood
CHEVROLET them, including' he will institute a central iden MIAMI TOURISTSof shrinkage, mure ButriUuu fuuU" ...! "iM. .KLESS .
.TWINS GARAGE! self."In lificaion'bureau, patrol cars arean :
Marl Sand Rock Soil International Leaguevs. GAS.
.... I community interval thi force avail tea
"'flr Subs I IIM ...... Pk lei efficent operative .
John R. Watson. Manager young man 'has been extrVmelj-
Ault. Repairs Painting, able 24 hours a day equipped
.awl Tire* **4APTLY C..4. 4Ma ,, and Fender Work PHONE: 503-R active., lie served. ,for a year as handle investigations, homicides Key West Picked Team I KEY! WEST GAS 1
tt IHmoutuu Si.- ,I n*..._ A.l. F.H. t.r AU ran." I P. ....-Will Haul Rock for the Rock, secretary the Key West and general Chamber manager of c.m-ol.Paid and other Political duties AdverUj-rsent.of the sheriff. GAME TIME 2:30 PX. .



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fp ICry West (EifternT Radio ProgrtV Help. ___

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...w'..... .. ... ANtyte 0.-..... ......MrjO' .J l '.Florida's l governor V r
,ItRM I r Do AaTtI.U"" ....... age(' co; \iar.. aw"_ j ...**..*...tat t* 111ProjectsM ( 1'' F yI
.f. .m Tk Cltlava UvlldlBv ,.' rr 'Iias "all out" irt Joining the southern -
........V oraM Asin IU...... e'. f- / gone '
if)' ,....'. bitty ..111..P..B.. !. K.y .West and ; ... ., recalcitrants ,who are-againstnomi- i NttWOUK!! PRS.AMA ''o COW-=,Ar),*-onl hun.
.- .. __ M er ..-.. N I'.y W.... f' d1L >a second elaaa matter .teal. alaa.IN INl4 tt 1at Ab\\! idF 'farmeri;! In Vstekwisrt are dil'
on the Democratic ticket. al M4epyr4a/ \\ sw1. /, f;IBI Wflf ti BRrt< have helped build I '
s 4t ,
if ociATrn rRRr ., N4 i
tlNMara er TMK A :
announrement .1 ti
his ; e
.. Ts>* Aaaa./al.d |- -I .irlBBlvely I catltlad to Caldwell in making Lot' atll."""t47 t4.r4 ltltldy!\ Wilw&w! 1M kriietUin systems! ;
*>*. t+B*.q*.H B] .< mil w.wa dlipstrhes credited I said the time has come to "stop) pa .f........ 'c&s il\ll\"l\ \ UR, : I a&y i iht M Mff w News, English:
.. .f Mar'... *4B.rvla ew4ie IB thla paper and ,
: a* t*. Weal B.w. ....w-t ....... I II. compromisingwith prin-. lsn WMf newspaper! published&
I. temporizing her?, hiv hive volunteered for

J t... __.,......rno". N..,. .TIf.. .. _._iia:.. cipal"- and to abandon? ,a partyMeadership SATUIOAY MAICH tO II writ" OB 'the fftMtmeiton pr j.wt j. t
.. o b..a-. .i ,he ,
to the South paper says
c.-=.;. : =.: .. T 21ba detrimental IOO-h"no.t: if N q 'N TAi i. regular
hM tesam a custom -
j" ..... ... I." :has taken that :4.w *
"_ CaldweJl l lcv.p watr44elw.rn
I. :
\ ...1. _-........-._ -,;1; a :' h ". I., ., ... '.. .% j Presumably! \ 311gIM' I,,iitat}. m 'the t'.ntr. .l AUn! Repwb-
action t because> of the,President's advocacy O&MC Tla.-lsk4l. |IkThIt hwve Iher. U fathered
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Ag11: I ale Ntti.. I -
I .. II" K.awa drApt11ZtttI III. ..-n 1 0' of ciflil># ,rights;p.rogram. a" My l1N.lbaab1.Nuu "" *f 1ft lady. date tM they ran o. 9 !:
I .. '.. itH' N\ ronstruftton( projects on -
I. x bt I
..I.J, explain what part oftivil I :
a.t'f1ah 110TIN /: Let Caldwell 1 ,,
.. ged ya p .t.r'a.esa
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'P. "; U P"'jH.:", HW4%.t"".. .'leanntlaws I ".rD Wlsta., ......._... I' 'trnu d funs: alf i
bOe ."" .U' !I" } rights he .oppo es..- Let him answer brie. JJwk-. ..,.N'" --
I : ::i. sa.IB* .O a .Ilse.. ; civil rights? Does Csmlarsbr .,.ty The WVff Jordan (flows Into
r :.a.. sla ,""' .'. h th'isJquestion 'Vhatare I 1. AY
.. ,...- ... .. ... .r'.'ml : p .. 'I' I' Jack th" deed> R.LIATtrC
,.. ........ to .. *' tJr.. [lnv.t.., IaS = he oppose giving to one American his civil lOGMood.i: M3I**Usa.wa.ab.. 1 1I r
..... *4 aHAa* .&..- I .. .<(>>caJ ..rr '
.1 for
Ll.n.4 Mt ii will B.c ..t>.ll..all. aaoajmousron rights and denying them! to another any MawaU Calls Msae-m1. I UCALS i
:; =...... .. 1-Curtdb.1'.4. \.
-----r i t'11po' reason whatever*. Or i is hone of the hot. AB .noow. Soag-eo.- -' try tr

; ,- heads who think that civil rights mean news Castles l 'Yakoa-nth- 4IUNitrK" Tp/TiOVS I

*> ; KEY wtsTADVOCATED f:4t-R. a..k10. .. -.-_ Nt1TN'R 4M HRHKHT t711'RN: that >
social I ? .
_equality Twin News CommentmbLOrb. tbs .....'.. .""-, daslriag tot engage
4? >BY THE CITIZEN Caldwell should know that there can LIT of RI1.V -abe ........'. under the n>,,,"'u. ayier
II. .
w ...* n. KUHftllla triaalructlna CO.Nr JW
J not be social equality as long as there is 1\ DWaa.aDiaetlvd.00.0 i Ina...> 41% PltmtBV ""...t. Key I et
T..t7 QI INlona Qt tV'eat, Pterkla.' reglat.t
I. Wen Hotel* and Apartments. mental inequality. Have not white folks C:30-Tralb er Con. jttttrM.lN a-mbt I said, rU. >lttUtMa-.l :i.Ot...* Clerk ... ..
I' 1 Bach and Bathing Pavilion. Famoaa Jury TMala-ab. .f .he ClrcuU Conn of Mmtro --------
social I inequality among themselves? Are ?top V*. Cat boIQM Cawatr. riortd.
X Akrpccts-Land and Sea. l 00-Hit Paradtu Sinatra l'BU t Marrit. 1i I H4..
,' 4 C-aMoIMla< of County, and not there ,some whites, the morons, who Jose Davit a Com.ey-ebu.-nbt: joHKpir: nmrc.aflolr SEARCHERS: with airplane tad bl *dborsd plot. a entrap M t.... .. ,....a .. _

f'. City Governments are only a step or two ahead t>f the Nean- .0.....oc., t Busters> With Dmni KW_.-wtat ab "' ...:* (lacer. tw* companion who disappear. .. ....u. Fiend o. ......... a. tipssa .....

,, t. Community Auditorium. derthalers. with whom he would not associate : -Jody Can**a SB B>-'"' thus footprimts iar thr sand tuned tb* ...KB) t* a sisals Maoilonff M tali .
I Vauchn afoaro* Sbow-cbs VO'I'W'IIt .1e fY'I'R 4TtOMTO the Florida MM | Pit 4i+ tll -> .
es social classes in llurovr and Mton V4KB'loPea1dAb will coast awu Everglades. B e > .
? Are there not
every Kaaa ot Soa*QgU-B>H' PI'IC-H.'GE hound and PIlot William L*.. (Its $UM watch at UH .l4.yw '..*. M ....
community including Key West, among 10K, Kyier ColUjt *b (I'JOnNt. Law 1'23)
Saturday Sereaad.-cba I* rOTHT or THB MervTY W.. N. Nadia Jr. of Miami study a map *I 1M art.
: MONOGRAPH white as well as colored folks? As the Prof. Quiz la Qul>-aba .. JTDCK. MONROR CePVTY.STATE -
--- --
;. Chicajo Tb*ater-mbs OP rt.oalp.v. imo-
great Dr. Samuel Johnson remarked, there 1t. :>>-Th. Grand Ol*Opry<-aba1 CATS.Ill .
.J To Xf\tO.w.: .set It Para to B. Ignorant- can.not,be any social equality' among men Hayloft SOFIA PEREZ PR. LA Cl'ESTA.Aim t
Articl nU on 'Monroe county! hfghC'OGhl different A Variety S hr..-f>b. ICBBWBSOFIA ae = ; t
as long as they j in social PEREZ I E Ci'ESTADECSAsEn. -
1ivrj NWB.
Variety Dane > hrs. cb
-: *
.days .u rtdticc'd l tfVxery;! noto t= llie.4. Dane Ho -ab Own Gas Well -4
spheres To bear out his point Dr. John- Dan M. Oowaey-BibB To All"hc>m'It bias Coneern; i t
.r4# i be courteous 1t:30 X. A Notice In hereby given that Ramon
t4 w* < wa Daactas--mbs i
son cited an instance:of a woman who favored de la: Cumta filed hi.* final report anAdmtabtrstor 1
wheel.'It' 12.00-DaaclDg Contiotwd abe-wwt 1 JAMESTOWN, N. Y_Tired of
Mad the, Krerinff : of the estate of Sofia
social equality. She, ] had a white butler Perea .!.- la ('g..t.. also known an I (
THE, ORACLE. \ Sofia f res de Cu ...a. deceased. paying fuel bills averaging $l.4ooi
..- so Johnson to test tier sincerity, sug- .r NETWORK PROGRAMS that be filed bin petition for i i a year for his restaurant and residence -

)& gested one night, when he was to dine with Tim iaattrn standirA.. Frcn.tral .' ;I final' dtM-tutrfc to the Honorable. and that Raymond he ,,'R-11II.pply Anthony Magine interested -

her "Madam butler is civil and standard subtract *o. h...r,f*r Lord County Judge of Monroe I
&I. your a a neighbor in drilling
muntaii; standard_ subtract two County.- Florida, OB the lath' day :a gas:
CAKT WE AFFORD upright man; let's have him dine with us h hurs..u.. *f some relay local t* tit station heal' schcdut change. I ., April.fort Hail 1S4S.discharge. for approval an. AdminUtrator of _mea.d' -"i I well Two weeks later they tapped -

DEFENCE? tonight." The lady became so infuriatedshe Last .minute program changes sane of the estate of Sofia Perez a supply of'natural gas at
flat B Included. de la Cu,i>ta. also known. an Sofia ; a depth of 875 feet The well
never spoke to Johnson again. Perez de .Cn .ta. t>eceaed. on this
i i yields an estimated 250,000 to
in Czecho- 12th dar of-March. 1548.
tomrounht d'et&t
I. The coup Civil rights stera from private rights, SUNDAY MARCH 21t 4stn \MO.V DE LA CTKSTA.Admlalstrator 500,000cubic feet a day.

...,..kla. coupled with Stalin' demands. and every man is guaranteed under the Aft.,.... Sofia Ieres de of La the Cuenta.eMate also of I t
**-- known as Sofia Perez de ("ge"- In an average year before
America. United rO"l1a-aM
E Ei fer a "dd.IUIe" agreement with Finland U. S. constitution the privilege. to exercisehis Doorway to Life-cbs la. deceased. |World War II, U. S. transport systems
i Sam: Pettincill Talk-abe F.nrilue'Eapulnaldo. Jr,
carried about 600 billion
in ton
1 and mounting totalitarian pressures private rights. Win Shier Commaot-oite1:1S Attorney for Adminintrator.
-Editor at Bom.abo _. mar.U.e-1apr.3.1tfS.; _.miles of_inter-city i freight.V"nnr'vn'V .
"Civil rights construed' south-
nations as
i Prat*, Mal, and other European Singing CaDarimb..baaIe1:3OCbk'a ;
fire-eaters bugaboo. : jo Roondtab!*-ab TTTT TT 1
nituati ern are merely a *
.: ha brought the International n to Toil It Acalav Drama-cb*
Who's temporizing, my dear Governor.? National Vespers-aba I
{Its worrt point inee 1939 Alas Lomax. BaJUds-mba Announcements
*.00-Robert Uerrill COD< es

F It U fl.., that those who dislike!, and Making plans for the future is wise, Week CBS Is Around Tbeib World-aba wane Ce..... a.4 pried. .e2 Irru =_ ..' '.' ..

J mvy wa abroad respect only one qualityin but never get so far into the future that J.JO-Air James Fore*Ualtoa Show-Concert mba obaK DEMOCRATIC PRDIARY, MAY 4, 1948 wide. Spriaf |...,. W< w ntcatr .... hs4 .a .. --, .
Coma \ & - - - - - ( above) caatttef with Lau. ...... ,. *. c.r N
nd that quality L, military w *otary-eb. v .. -
rounttry overlook the of the
s* ; a you opportunities pre VIr. President- 'bo t2:45pplaloe For rin ;nd ;t- U. S. Chamber *f C.mmtn ... prs. ...ss4 ,. .tlr.. trsa. _ State
HrMtavh. "It bi not war mongering to say ent. : Veterans' Paa.t-mbs Comptroller; j
Insurant _
Commeot *bo ( Cmnpaay. left a.d VM M. tlelrils s
that the United State must maintain a t O-Music Farad/ Comment-ab* EDWIN FRASERFor -I--F-s Instruction of the PaUKwia Mra Mart.. .... A i.rtae w lrrmanaget

Hf. ...... e*t.bILtbment'.far more effective .:VANDENBURG'S ARGUMENT New Lasml York. Dog Phllharraonto Drama-abo-cba 4 State Comptroller M. ALBURY at ta. isr*..! tat** irinni-i.. ie tau 4at..sp
Theater Sons;-B>bs- aaJo
.: than any"wt have ever had\ in peacetime! so 4 '. Erase Lie Saowoaaba-soulB (Incumbent) ndeDt '

Im raj thr world remains in',4k present.ephrJve Senator Arthur II. Vandenburg, of J:1 2:>*>--One Johnay)JaD'TbonapsoB-abo. Famlly-aa \( -' I C. M.. GAY I Public Instruction : TENNE.'SEE lUll I..' 1 1 Itt..di ,'..1TWELVE. \ "

tate. ThfC/l !Dimply .Insurance Michigan, performs a great public service, Th Sunday.Juveoll S.nerad. Jury_-abc caba< ) t HORACE O'BRYANTFor ._.
w I For State
f w f or our winrlral, '.* we think, in his, effort to. secure Congressional 4.00-Quis Kid.,Joe KellyabeWar.ow Attorney

A rrordn( (; to 'tKKfie who know best. l approval of the European Recovery of s UjstefT SoundoaaboIlouse ,; -mbat.V WEBSTER G. WALLACEFor i Clerk of Criminal Court
*:30- .w.: Uvinv IMS-.. C. SAM B. CURRY
.UI..nthH of our military forte! Army, Program. .' Eileen Farrell Concert-cba) State Representative ,,

; N...,. Air Forte and Coast Guard "'alike.' ,I Mr. Vandenburg points out that the lJete Opera tlv.Audltlo.-1Ha il>tterl__ I.lIaIOOTb. MILTON A. PARROTT For Clerk of Criminal Court

are in danferounly weak condition. "WeIiav program is: based! on a "concept which invokes Sunday Davis. Song Theater-cb*--BbJanelt (Mickey) iI i I HARRY DONGO

-., Mink in the apace. of about two years, agreement between the sixteen Th Treasury* Shadow Agent Drama-aba-mba I Y
For State RepresentativeTOM I i For Supervisor of
:1S-Th. Two afasto- ba ,. .
earth < >
from the rrratet military power on brave nations Wstern Europe under the I:30-Pbll Spltalny GirlscbsCounter WATKINS : Registration

t.. 4 third-rate military power. guns of Communism in which they agreeto Quick as Spy a Plashmbsivsslsq Drama-abo JOHN ENGLANDFor

4 ThU I b not a political matter.. The do certain things: to .preserve their For Sheriff

atlnal' defenxe. U the first function of civilzation: with our aid." 1-00-Catholic Radio Serrle*-nbaRIs FRED O. EBERHARDT Judge Juvenile Court

p TTniment, re.ardle,.a of what party is in The Michigan Senator admits that Drew. Stevens Pearscn Tim Comment*-cb*-abTbos DAVID E. McCURDYFor ft
Websters. Skit-mba .For Sheriff
|Mtw.,. And to ay we cannot afford a first the program is not a guarantee against! war 1:15-News Summary: -aba ALTON GOEH1ING Judge Juvenile Court

l' tale. military establishment a time when between the United Statese! awl Russia, 1.30-Percy Hollywood Faith II Concert Preview--cb nba* (Dutch") I FRANK O. ROBERTSFor

untold billions is to crimi- that it will effect- Greatest Story Ever Told-abJick I
'*. an atlnf but expresses the opinion Carter Deled IT*-mba
aallV mUlrad the people. ively "retard the posibility! of World War 7:0*-Jack Benny Comedy-nbaThe For Sheriff I i Justice of Peace
Gene Autry Show-cba
First District
III because vitalize_ the resurgent stability Detroit S"mptoo-abe I BERLIN A. SAWYER i
Sherlock Holmemb8l:30Phll IRA F. ALBURYFor '
For He-election ; t
SHOULD HAVE STAYED IN" of Western civilization. and Alice-nteBk -f
>n il"and DagwoodcbeGabriel ReelectionFor
Continuing his argument, he insists Header Snow-_ I For Sheriff ;

!" The. City of Miami should not have that "it is essential that all free and independent :00-Sam Editar Spade Bergen Adventures-cbs Charllewnb JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD i Justice of Peace

.. withdrawn. from the controversy- before governments should continue to be The Stop JJedUlton kuslc, Wats Board-fobs'-aba Second DistrictMYRTLAND

.. the. United State Maritime Commission free and independent and' if they do" he ':.SO-Fred* Man Allen Called Comedy' X--cb-*nbaTb i For Clerk. of Circuit Court I CATES

"... a proponed Key West-Havana ferry says "we are that much farth'er away from S:45!-Movl News. Commentary-uba Broadcast-mba FRANK BENTLEYi_ i t For Justice of Peace a

I.[ p.nke.The the cataclysm." S.55-FIT. Minutes ewsba For County Tax Assessor:' Second District I

withdrawal thowed a lack of This i is a fair statement of the possible I:O0-3t a rry-Co-Rou Corl..... Arcbei"-nbeMeet Sklt-rb* CLAUDE A. GANDOLFOFor ROY HAMLINFor

: rAoraf*, a ready knuckling to the pressures results of the program but no one should Sleet Walter M*Winchell at Parky'Time*-nibs-aft*

: *f short..Ifhttd profit interest as opposedMiami expect any intelligent person to expect t:15-Hollywood Comment-abc County Commissioner Justice of Peace -
f JO First District
-Album of Familiar Uusic-cbo Second District

,..'X'. that the passage of any legislation by the Theater Via Young Guild Mu.Hour io; cbs-abo JOE ALLEN j SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN t .TEAll OLD MRS! C 11T rf> $* +91* ..., .

should have kept active its Congress of the United,States will guarantee Jim tia"kus Comedymbs10:00Take (SAM) 1tu&butcL D.f. ... .u....... 1..d ....._ .. artaa.y 4thann. ,

as ml to intervene. The intervention peace. Nor do we think that the United i Escape It Drama or Lcav Serle It*-cba BO For County Commissioner ? alter th4r .l..._.1 ..... ...... e.l ? r-- ..

..htld have been to assist in every way pos- States, before making the investment required ; 10-00-Voice Hor c of* Heidi Strings Show-mb.*ab First District { For Constable Their wecU t9 bad .... .b.. .-.s .1 Lla. Is.dts.TOl.11''s .

: Strike It IU b. Quiz-cba: J. OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor .- .
..- -iUl' the establishment of a ferry between should expect any guarantee that Commentary on MoTles-abe I First District *

.. the lIand City and Havana. there will not be war. In the nature of 10.45-LatlD'ADicrican Network Mo: ic berenad-abo *-mb County Commissioner I, CARL J. INGRAHAMFor nun..u.. 11 sC ,......,. II.. ,.It

A ferry service that will provide pas- human affairs, such a guarantee is im 11:00A-.: Variety 2 bra-Bbe First District i (Know A..........
Variety Dance 2 bracbsNews
motorists and their is and Danc Band-abNews. W. C.SUGAR SWEETING Constable LauriU f4erb Mft'II. .. .
: .... for cars pro- possible.We -- ) : : 'o" .... ... Sag .
Dane Band 2 hra-mbs
.'...... It will close one gap in the International 12-00-Daocloc: Continued c-.ed J i First District soprano..a.. f a 0e awes.b M -. pw"?" ..
s For County CommissionerThird HARRY H. JOHNSONFor years ageMichael .
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Highway of the Americas. It have Ruskin's authority for es Ct
.. saying WILL YOU SMILE? l DistrictCLARENCE i l W. Sir...... tnt<< ttt.QllaR .
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would .b* of advantage to the travel-loving : that "all can sing. But how! i HIGGS ConstableFirst er ol the Ber..a.t Mggt.ri.L .
; '" C wCe4.... _.. l t of the United States into of' immeiliat Wise Papa District De{>arUfient ., ta* lalrs l.. ..... 113.. .... It1. f4e.e.ah .

.. reonomie benefit to all Florida asa THROW DANCER INTO POND i For County Commissioner j C. FLONEY PELLICIERFor in Ch+cagu, )I .....s aa.Prot. .. h- l'ee.. .s t.... rasitteas .

wtll a4 the embarkation p'bintat.1' --r\7est, "Pa," said Hector, looking up Fifth District i i Pawl & ISIS d ti / -... ... anl.. s ---.
WILLIAM G. CURRY ; ConstableFirst California IrartM*** .fgy 'ltt.a..lp 1 T banalarllg a. asses...
Miami Herald. ?\ -. A nightclub dancer le tnt y appearedon from the book he was reading 1 DistrictBENJAMIN famed physicist ...... JIIi 1aC S r MM-ea tapa ri .......
the of Louisiana State Univer- "what is meant by 'diplomatic For CommissionerFilth land. 63 years tics .
) campus phraseology?" County ax .. ... Alas -.ddsOwal
"JS..pap.r to District J. PIERCE i iB Ex-Gov E0 ,... .. .. .. la.. he..
C09D:NOON .! J sity put on a "strip-tease" but her performance "Well. replied Pa. "if you t ( nnit) r Georgia born iti N..wrl '
was interrupted by a flying were to say to a homely girl HARRY L. HARRIS -- -.
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face would clock.' years age -.Y g.... Ii .w.Ar .
dispatched!: ;ort 'another squadron ofstudents, who dumped her intoa that'your would be stupidity stop a but if For County Commissioner t For Constable t, Job BaHaatr. ..".d0N'd it .a ... lertatlr .

tdition to hunt pirate treasure, sup- shallow pond. you said to her 'When I look Fifth District First District Philco CorpurUH km* 111adaiphia. .... .. ttar s t4 5...tMtba IiIId
.1! to be buried off the coast of Florida. The lady's perfomance may be all into your eyes, time stands still' JOE JOHNSONFor BERNARD H. WAITS Jacob.L.44 Re Mra.. ....., It t p
.pirfi that would be diplomatic phras- I ** ). d 1. cad gpaw... ......... .. -
A lady who U backing the expedition right in a nightclub or on a burlesque eology!" ternational Tad.gesg t........... ed ........... --. t1rt1.
but her advent the County Commissioner For Constable New York City hwa ss Mlah.p ...
that she. has two maps showing! where stage, upon campus, 11 ala d r ..
Nfl Is buried accompanied by' a magazine- photogra- Frank Stanton president of Filth District Second District gas paw 7ft >*...M .... 1.t' -- taM .
in about
$74,000.000 pirate cold the Columbia Broadcasting Sys- EDNEY PARKERFor JOSE ESPINOSA Wilfred Funk .4publisherautHur. JWw ,...; ,' .

fartr miles from Pensacola. We wish the pher, was a publicity stunt pure and sim- tem born at Muskegon Mich.. 40 : ..j beco r Illtu.11- ,I... tSilrAa ...

.,,,,d.'tlon' much success. If that much goH ple. The site selected for the exhibitionwas years ago. County Commissioner For Constable j t lyn C5 year age .. *spim wadr. ...
Van A. Bm* r, rid .
improper and she alPNallt glad '-. II
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MrWd. it will be food 1 thing to get it got only Fifth DistrictW. Second District
II ,. The United States had about ,mr. burn m Hrui J l h.. _,
4 it into circulation. what was coming to h'er. buses in 194O. A. PARRISH CHARLES G. PAPY ,
C ..... ** put 18,000 inter-city years are. 4 4 :

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'_ 4 his o.n'pocket' which tne beggar It1.JJY Ii
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Brady Doris Hargrove CATHOLIC PRIESTS. around the wnrM wodf Of t' 1
1. iiM ........ Bert CHrwid Greta Rankin.
i j i I Thczaas Brady. IS-year-cli Slhoolln New York. The bor wa .
I** hw* J.+u1 Cali. 1.5 .Anne Yates. Frances' ; : 1
tt I._... .......-- WiUasau Met r*. Cherf Kieblen. Jay West, killed end MX ethers were by: a 'two-gun maalac injiutd C t i
M....... R.Ni. Ikitpa. "June' Y ... with a wild arge to "kin as Serbiaa-born Marko L. Mark- j
ta+M.t ..... ....... ,I z..M-aaU W.I....... Bill Saun-'jI I Ioyich.. (4 (upper right). Young ] ia the Catholic parochialschool. "
4era, Ramon' Cole Betty Conati !
Ay/,1a. ......... Barber Harvey Johnson.Jene _. ,j
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......... patt.wl. I-.aa John on. Ann White. Gay
t ........ ......... u... LMM fttrriMo. Jenny Ar mro. Mille, Dale Mitchell. Connie' t n.I ,' tier, Shirley Sellers William j!
.... 1t+wu C'.N.Lis Lucille Sander Shirley Trudeau. Robertson Dolores Valdez.:| > -"I Curry,1 "Raymond Kellner. Jack I
irrtMr. CHUi Part a-dnft. George Gibson Jack Wells.'* Dewson.-Genrfd'Hernandez.: Junta:
larat.aurl, ityiw/.r- Miltll+ntt. l..1. I Jt-William Lrfahan Jacquello J-?,>Barbara Adams.Charles Taylor I i Perez Yvonne Camalier, 'Julie ....... r.t.N.rai..ri.Iiwrer BUnkemhip. Edwin Overling; Jack Gibson. I I ,.. Russell..1. Larry Smith Norma
.beew tt.asw Kprqs. Gail sly eting. Myrtle Milton.MiUred Dorothy Miller Beatrice Watson Blanche AIHgood. Faye: '
..+ .u4 th.wtl .. Archer. Carolyn Dawson Demerit Betty Filer. J'I Curry Donald Breeding William
+a.-.rarirll Lesiv. %t*,....... Either" Smith Lwiu Fernandez 1.60 Alice White. Millard So- ,. Froze Ruth Gibson.
!si'tM.+r !!...*.., 1..*..? [tear.gtaa.rwlrga .. Ileac Higg. Betty Brown. Fran- IdTomon Joyce O'Berry Paul i I I
Acrd t.r/i.1. ,Ng Nor' nAP Johnton. Irene Kidd. Ann Gibson, Anita Fernandez Stan r, New York City has more than
. 1... ........11 A1r. ...... Lora. Waittla Lynch George ley Zopp. Joyce Games. Homer i 2.200,000 dwelling units.



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I< [liar RM tty as residential! property FORCE .. : !i_.3 3,900o83
...... It ........ This policies

1 n'iM!' AN8 STOCKS 7,153,427:) in force. ,
1 U H. CwwnMntat; bonds and those of tiitinales. PENDING _":!_ 27,300:; '
It rrlaetier., petbbc utilities and We are in amount
a+"pr.ralirtts i to .

AB lNU. an aoturcd. bh.. value of the \ Interest loans and
plan mortgages.

'F..AL ErrATI.._ ..._,. .. 378.500 ADVANCE : .__ ...._... 192,154: .
w. row MV' HCCSM Office property a 5-story Many Peninr:
kwUt* fcr..t4 evrMT' Pony and Julia Streets. sular policies the total1rrEs..r18r
n*. of prepaid .

t f'AAlIIM BANKS AND OrnCE28,389:; ACCRUED Life heavy; 43,939 ,

nDlltDt.tI" KINO COLUXTED -,....... 364.993 federal taxes. and '
pntsivtua. date at end. of 1947. Many ac- business

taaiiy e>9rrted Ut had not reached Home ALL OTHER .__.____' 14,319
Of fir.* .by mJ .f y r.Arourrn )' .

I..OANA .... ..... .... .... 45,960 TOTAL OF ..........-$ 9,347,313, .
|'a'.tt..t m .bW .to'payable to III in six- POLICYHOLDERS i, ,t..t.,
Irwatb Iatttvtlal: Hw"" ,rfor*. a large amount is ..' _$ 1,761,158 { :
-*.y* JIM M. r Consisting ,

ALL OTHER ASSETS ..... ...-- -."-.- 7,963; des and

ttTTAL Of ALL OUR ASSETS: _,.._._$11,108,471 TOTAL .$11,108,471 .. .
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PLANNED HAPPINESS 1947. during the year )

Your Family' I Insurance Program can bring ,
JM Ma.. ***! llapfrfn***. Please shows the large .

fY*i Ur field representative are trained margin of for your Peninsular 1
lax Kelp y*tl make sure that your life insurance are invested
.tti. 4. .Itat y,u want it to do. i in a business of our .

They will ,U glad to explain your policies and ; t"
..fff..t to. yt* eta let the greatest benefit nation.We
trvm, Uvet f r you and your farm y. of .serving !

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c'. "CTEVE.MAGILA.. having Eskimo?" into one another took.their t .IMS* % b.
: e 5. '- same ""Sure" Steve responded,reach- places amid hooting! catcalls.'nd A4reetn..weal. d.e ...... .... t.t ilia uK<3t* t
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"" ;. .y'edifferent ing Into his pocket and removing ribaldry from the. tfifm efr. "'W-1 e '.wne4 TN M. *
'J bars zigzagged eastward along his wallet. From-, he extracteda Steve. bewildered but Cooper .erti.e+t_,:f to.e S wl.l w- r4..f-..;>. aw-> HMM 0'1 "IJJ 'I

.' Hogan street 'as if battling his snapshot of himself and his'familT tive, cracked the rope overtheifbeads tae t to ".r. *1' W f"
in full .. .::. : .. .c
-- E.kimoC05twnc i > -V Tk rats fv b! .h t trd. 1
way against an Arctic williwaw and held it up for the inspection i "Mush!" he shouter '"- ., .-* sad ... Mlalai.. ........4 "' 1 "'...... .. .. ..
s. -of gale proportions. -' I Ii bf the brewery drivers. 't'' IPulling" ""the ropes taut;. tifeterm IH. first[ U wards. !. 'k. ". .....*. ...fc-.

',, ,-. -. Steye. .had, only one immediate "Doggone if he ain't the (real' [; took joCt in 4%' lopsided gll-+ .
t- .... .u, ..,.,..problem. It .was solves;when he bonded article: !",said"one. 'j j *>+ :1 lop; forcing Steve to.;cr n.d'.f..nd: ,
", /.looked up focussing his black eyes There was another laugh. but I grab the platform to maintain 14s All .4v.rtJ U< Y y....... ..... ... art...... .t
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I .. : difficulty the skeptical member footing. on, kelpitighis
: a Gardens persisted: 1- Ik. ..... .. _
-'. } a; >' slmr reading; "Dugarfs* ." Thenr pictures don't prove I balance by an'art learned .on I ......., ....-..... .., .... r Hertel.. ...... .. ,
:\i' ./:Using the.sign as a "n4'of light- notbin'; maybe they're a bunchof. a thousand miles" snowy .trios. part -cf t>. >dTcrtl*.... e Mw .. edge r.t.aa .
t'. f rouse: in thO'-gatheroittdarkness..: .fakes.'Toss the bum out on his: The "team" lurched around a.eor- : - - - - -
Steve staggered toward it and ear. I say." ner table, plunged through an l---: ""'!' ----p--

: ... opened the 'tint; "do6it hje. encoun- "Wait a minute!", said the bat- archway into Dugan's* pubBc HELP: W.unm--IULE / rl'A7l1iri.tltrg'
.< tered. He stepped hopefully into rel-chested man indignantly.: room and swept behind the'mill-
a large brightly tit: vom filled "Who's runnin this outfit, any- ing; crowd at the bar. ,. -
, '.: ; with shouting how?" He hitched up his.trousers Eddie Gale, who had reached Wanted-I t-clas3 mechanic ea. d wttei.q.11Mi .
t "Hey, who's the new guys" belligerently. "Let's see if this Dugan's a few minutes ear a;, ceUent: working CIOftdlllww. I uestr./ ../
k. a bellowed a barrel-cheated man guy knows how to drive a dogsled was in conversation with DenaiS good opportunity far 14M itaa& +i1 .
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l ?_ man Nacisalm. r+1 '
\ planting his' feet. nearest him, "Joe. go out in my .of the commotion: "*}S .tI.1f
.. -'I'1 i maintain-balance. -y su a driver,' truck and get that dolly and "Excuse me,"' said Eddie, 'following rtril.b 1E-15 1
.. ? bud!" .. I bring in a coil: of light rope." with astonishment iK* i LP :
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:. Iy.. THE brewery drivers greeted brewery drivers party room. He .. ....
c' :"rSure. I drive," lie,answered.-I proposed demonstration reflected .that ,it had taken' him governess to live onices. p elew.
.' %. .- ."Drive dog sled lots times; you i with yells and applause. Tim Mc- nearly 10 hours' and miles of .' Care of chttd under & I.r;:
.. want learn how?" I Carthy, the barrel-chested leader driving and walking' t. -trace :Must have' at least high School
: ; .r "A dog sled? How: the hell do of the club ordered drinks all Steve to Dugan's Gardens :"f' rrferencw. ..
... e J you like that fellas lIe turnedto I around and directed the preparations The. ""team" in which otWer ; .educationkttcr "po ......
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.. 1< i the wobbly, curious crowd of I for.the test. members insisted on rworking .. ..- J I :
.. .w .: men who had followed him toward "Put that dolly right 'overhere like dogs, continued its careeaiax mar li. .M
:t the door. "W (. the heck doe .fifteen minutes. -----
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'" -, t, : "does thin guy thing"he is anEskimo with the low-slung, four- Steve- shouting "!Mush. -at-t-' _: ,! WANTED TO BOY
? ", wheeled platform.. He took'th seeped. interl }1t! 'Eddie: remaina -,'

.... fe? .I The idea struck the: members coil of rope, breaking it into various ; kground'of f; \ekted'waitedi Wasbjoc rnacbines.Wt rondo L'
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the Brewery Drivers Club. lengths with his massive1 ',Witfl the.: -
v- + ; 1.4. i gathered--for' their :annual stag hands. He turned to Steve ila. thusiasm of the drivers-ud'w- buy i took The Trad***. NNDuval 1) 111. Cw

t e. party as the greatest joke of the "Hey, you-what's .your name?" tially subsided. Steve' -'Itj ; Street Phone IU1.
J ; ... .: \ eveningThey howled; slapping "Steve." he answered, puzzledat sheepishly when be d : : awllil
'" po',' one another on the backs. the elaborate plans. Gale.. ;--(# :,,:i '
{ Steve'smiled bade .at them, "Okay, Steve; have yourself + ;e,.task" never like tbis>raye: f\s'ERSOIfJILllt7llCL'
: 1 adding/ helpfully: nother slug of Whiskey and climbup sa "'disJhou ting from'Ule'4tt' $:. : I.Ir-NrM''!
r" "Sure, I'm Eskimt ..But hop w on that dolly." Steve obeyed '''I never had so manybuthe' .
.f you know-I ain't got pn Eskimot. both orders cheerfully, but near- in my liCe," McCarthy ei')I 1 s)r'J'riea'da as1 C....... i i II'lA-- a

clothes." ly toppled off the dolly after him. handing him an, ere i}! PJease.beadvised_; that I heel i T" aBr lart
.. t t. "" -*' One- tf the men-polishing oft mounting its foot-high platform. card. The boys just voted-yoi lge moved from he lied Bork t' aLra r ...

e '.-- a double shot of r"e'at a gulp, McCarthy fastened the ends of honorary membership in'* the Garage to ei. Dcy Street .... III'' ..... ....
., eyed the newcomer with frown- six lengths of rope to a steel hookat Brewery Drivers ClubMfftrtb! ; 'tweea Simoctoo and PUfcMJf'Sts. .1 1'I Mmieae... .
... L.y mt:. suspicion. .' the front of the platform. Taking Alaska. branch. "..* +.* ..... sti.+t.letw .
r .. '."Very, funny,": he aid sourly. time out to down another Steve) and Gale departed in(a .) at new lotation wIN kr I t
t. "How wt know this here bum drink he singled six men out of burst of applause ,shouts Vaad... l
: ain't some company spy huh? the crowd, handing them the 'free bleary farewells. ,. ? .. *. ar W-6Yt
-. ;" The guy says he ain't got no Eskimo ends of"the ropes. "All right, you "I got it out of my system--the c __ ti
t suit. Ya ask me, he's just some six guys-get out there in front way I felt sad" Steve tpld.Eddie O. AI r ESTATE
Slovak or maybe a Rooshian."$ dolly; you're team as they drove toward tti o'kei : 'f-t' i sear
L .-,The barrel-chested man .paus see" 'He handed -seven-foot Gale's car. "But I got. go;bank. r
a log to-drain'the beer steip, confronted rope to Steve, who took it with-a to Alaska;: that's only piaee'Zo. : :' .. Foi any'kind of property in Kjr ,
; .5 Steve again: big grin. "That's your whip; now me and family." '. .. :" "{ est be it LOOM hotels. nrt. -

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"'. .. ,... .. ., I FOIt. \.LTAIN.1ft t.i0lp tdplnlsilmptuluuiiuiuulu IUUIUIf l ,>t ayastlidthet.llrgan: ':-U'. .a Black 15'7-W or 9197. .*MlTa'I'
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}. ; t4OF COMMERCE- i he noted the amounts/I. Use St. ltgtw .. .
: ts > t' f tt/ ; \ i DEFENSE. : FORCES l j{Ift lce. then wiping away 'bis r. .. ." :. awl ........, ..... "itw -
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Michigan: and New York ,\ PROCIGa1'tlIBgfllmfWllllliltlUltIlU14ml111Allllllt11111m j ffaba -jjie} bravely made oOft*:the I ... ....
19i8 1 aluminum tr.Ar.a and .. e..w.'
: : hab 't 1 vying with each ] / i; check! But with it he scnl $: .. .....=., "
.mPnt1u. Rin-h
Ciail4l. B.tB
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:. : for attendance at the Key I SATURDAY j j j I "May note I reading offer : *.'*.. .(, *. ;Trailer Perk COO ....., s .rte .... s. F .
"Chanibcr of Commerce 1:00 P.M a suggestion? !! r.
$ : 6:00: P.\ .Picnic. -hi-- to
.. j i i f think ''you should ehan '* tc Street. Mr.roff Karrly.
a .t 'vo\rr
"Fun Nights. throughout-' tb Fishing (sign up in'Advance). .: serr3il ... fllfw a... ,4 .t
winter 1 slogan to 'It's a Dirty bitl Co... t. .
were represented in SUNDAY for a1r.M
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m contest last night at ; 10:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.] -Com- ;! but we Clean you good'?*' 1 f: \. SALE-USED CARS ....... Pl.........

headquartcr-f. A. t'erit1.of '\ ; munion Breakf..'t. Whit ) ..... .... Sit' .

of. preformed by teams f ropv the \\\ |1 Hat Club, U. S. Sub Basel I: FOR SALE .j.1-: ; : 19W Ford. 2-door >e' Un.eonditipn. r.. y If a.-. "

states were checked' -and ((2nd Sunday). ..Qefy. 61..
S : York won 4 to 3. *. t i i j 1:00: P.M. 7:00 P.M.-Fishing .1 Cocoanut plants. 50ccacti. t5 9; $230. 1219 yitrt.el -. rillls.. .
r ton Street .
: Visitors taking part in the i Trip (sign up in advance). South.Street roar20vtti! err.MJta ..I. -> .

: gram included Dick B !! Information services, housing:,j Guest 1941 Buick Super nc.n..... Ie- .. ec .rdR /'U1leeeel
mew Pontiac; Charles W. i i house, seven, bed r00 1
: ", ham! Caldwell: Mrs. W. maps.Religious j i three baths. Easily concert i ito quire Hose: Il aottry. 4. I _
Glen Rock LaSalle i! library Street ..... ..B
; E. stamps, wrapping an3 apartments. New )Engbih3 j ,I.... .......stF6 .,e
Caldwell: Cathie Conljn. t f summer resort exclusive .
.sT Rica
\ : Island: :Mrs. Sarah packages railway ex tion. Write Box Mf.L, c/o. Crti- 1931 Ford tudor ed.ret. ,.. tt ... tw tr, .
service '
I Schenectady; Mrs. G. H. Westcolt !i laundry pick-u zen. mar20-2tk diironl: Reasonable. Ph.or. li1...A btllsBA .. .
to all .
defense forces '
: Sacker Harbor Mrt. If. ; ..1023 Virginia: SUve' prM
their families. .
.,. e White: New York City: Mr. Furnished tewtN- leatsnstlt .... IS
: i MRS. E. S. COUGHUN home, by owner. Cue* I
d Mr:;. Floyd A .Gardrt-f.* 'i *
Executive 'net, lot 50 100'. 2 bedrooms, _.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Griffin, Ala MISS HILDA Secrets!")- 1 bath. 2300 Harris Avenue. I 1939 Chrysler coupe, new ...... .
: CASTILLO hertreilr .
hambra. !g< < j Phone 1053fM. r rhar20-3tx battery.\ Any rca* *Me t. riw6r0

:. ,'" Successful fishermen."vjio : Secretary., -n 1 1 -, Phone 23-J. mM...>tia / I-rely M.

: .. part in the Wednesday afternoon Subscribe to The Citizen .. From; owner. 7-unit corner apart- --w trv

pilgrimage to-.Pine ; matt house, one and two he$- 1933 Nash 2-duur M-.Ie& .... .
were awarded certificatciof{ ': rooms bath and kitchen console offer aerepteiLHoUywuod -- -
:" : %* catch by Princess Neptona.. th r ptetely furnished refrigerators com-; bed and lHlllf.INieeg. 1'irN .iMf t

mermaid portrayed by' 2-% Poinciana. ie.rM. .... -
: etc. Rented '
Leghorn chickens 1024! summer and"'wpin.ter. '
Glad 's McCIo d. These ,
) lr bite Direct, Choic location. Priee 'C I'l.e -:
-given to Mary Doushtery. Montnal t mar20-3tx J eeoA .
$25.000. Write Box J.C_ care 1939 Fordduuc- a rl.a, tdiiie
: Ernest Kurz. Now l! .1 Citizen. Portable washer. $39. 41-M..
City; Philip G. Toll New i'f:I Chicks C.O.D. mar20-3tr .canasta -

City Freida iKurz .. ..
; N w I New N..g hntlw/et.' -
11' I| \" Postman two-bedroom furnished conCrete :
city: George, JXSSORTED
Heimbcrger 1.9 aROCKS. home. Built FOR SALE is- rMMlsl!! .. "al6Aw
York,City; Fred Doughtery, Montreal CHICKS Very storm-proof. ....Ip beet t
Howard RED desirable location. Resi
: Conn.; Margaret Hounslea. Bridgcwit i WY'r- dence A zone Avenue '"E". APply Masco amplifier with ,.... k.
; 611 Fleming St. Cheap. 1103 Olivia St. ecaI't.
M'uicilctown. Ohio; and LEGHORNS. 100 ...-..
Kay. Middlctown Ohio. i .. and BREED marl 3-6 tx mar N 444
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Miss Davie Printz choice. No culls, no cripples. Universal ......., Blltlwe eflits. : : .
Double corner lot 100 x' 100. electric: ironer wait.
interesting speech on | order today. pries/. Ar ]
in West. Near CaMarina.. ing machine. Ca *f> 711 3 #
Key Washington
Max ;! / '* Roxborough. Patterson ...... ..
played the piano for community. s phila' 2g Penn. and William. Phone 123W. j new b-tf

singin ( mar20iLi \ 1 owner. marl -3tx: .) A small hotel{ in do*nrwn K.,
i, =:; :t'i
r. :
Tiro Births; In ; Chicks We I 440-ft. oceanfront StocK. Island: West. Good riiuttear ..*
II : offer fur lim- Ready. for cabins hotel resi'j money-maker. C<*F.pMety tarnished :
1 f61.b .
M.etr .
j I ited time only finest
I qualityi dence. and enr.thmc let |
Bargain. Write Box R M
I ; U. $. Hospital i,I 100'. blwrftested N. II. Beds I W.A.R, Citizen.: marl-U I I condition. Large: va4 MW.* ad. -- .. --
I and R. I. Reds:: 2 ',) 3 weeks Building ideal for office se ,, 5-d- t awe_ ......

i '.io- A four pound seven ounce son I I old. $12.50 per 100 Send coring y. 18-foot sailboat Marrow. Rig sa.ils.J! Must cell on accvuftt of \hsUle te.Aie m ...... ...
.: was born in.the U. S. Na\'alllos- order: no started chicks sh-ppod new\* condition nylon running? P.O. Box 53%, Key Wc t wsltlplr tltl6l .. y..

.< .' pital to Mrs. Essie Mae Foncr. COD. Quality Poultry Co.. 4415) rigging. $230. Phone 234-M. I I I tebfli Nt Hale.. i.. IN Ili. C-

wife of Robert N. Foster. CK3c Monticello Rd.{, Columbia.. S.Cmar20ltx mar76U'4Jt '

\ VCN No..2 Boca Chica. He has I $9500 new 2-bcdruwm .hweie. Lori S.-ti 14etii.r "I' ..- ....

been named Robert Jr. h.p. Champion outboard rue- J and Jghiuon Su. Open f..... $M, ---.. ...' ..t.t...

t I'I'I S. A Sale: Special this week ': tor de luxe model 2 months,. spectittn or call 321>R '\118C5J.X1L ..AI.ail. ... ......
sven pound twelve only. Finest I
ualjt- 100' i ibloodtested !
I son was born to Mrs. Doris ounce Anderson N. H. Rods. R. I. I old. $100.00. Phone 234-11.. ins.15-31 ..-. ......-
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I wife of Thomas J. Anderson Reds and
day I I Modern 3-bedroom hwnw. C: .
effete .
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Asdevron No. I <
1. The old $6.95 100. Send no "j pletely furnished. All
money. r Plumbing supplies, completestock. rVrrtrx .. ....
newcomer has been named David We ship all baby chicks: COD Plastic tile, paints sad kitchen. ;0' x 10$' corner M 1

1 Allen. FOB. Quality Poultry Co.. 4415 I ?l.rwht'S.lurray.'S Plumbing,' Can be partly flD4 -N. 31Scidenberj ......... i0rs1, a ..

Monticello Rd.. Columbia. S.C. 1532 N.W 2nd Street Miami.Fla. .. ; Avc. Apply wtfltteeiHorlt e-.M .tearlassmd W.r4i. ..
suitable for lamb stew I mar20itsBABY Phone 7-3421. marl-tlj; .31s f- wtl.r- .
come from neck shank breast t
1.- or shoulder.. ; '.i M
Lima beans
\ CHICKS ROSES Baby carriage with' ne.llsts
-H flower parsnips and leeks,
not comonly used in lamb Cood-eondrtJon. $15. Apt II, ....... ...eriN
big'healthy broiler chicks Rose Bushes-World's best. Hints 9 15.Windsor Lane. risen1-tit
f add a great deal of flavor to 1r6tlis
$2.93 C.O.D.
Our care and
spwial >e-I on culture. Free illustrated -
lection $3.93 H. '& H. Pedi catalog. jBros. 'Tty
McClunj bi
sr by buggy.
1 +
( is The 1,929 surface feet below, of,.the sea vDcjd leeL Jersey greedChicks,- Belm3t.mar6-l3-20-New *" Ruse Nursery, Tyler, Tex. used. r May be- stvn at G-i. FWt ; tt.l/ &_
mjrbx. TavLu. unarm
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: .. e* eoe'* e rI /ooee/ : ELECTRIC : :'. : '701 DUVAL STREET : : Tires -Tube Bttterle* Auto Aecemofit: + '

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M.tly Pick-Up
t tA.M.1.elat.......h. ,. :i.: re ala dCream; Proprietaryltedrriris-.-.. : .' '.., Delivery Service : : .- SHOP : !Ii

.....................:: : /0 Sick Room Suppliet School; 'Sunnilei' .: 51 MS,t. : I: : SUITS for MEN : i STRICT
? : Toilet Preparation and ArticleV : :! : ;f; ;:! -: and WO3IEN : i : pjb1fu0; 55"" II
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Repairing [ : PRITCHARD ,
i iMtXH : Exclusive Alonroe Count Dis4Wntori j )or : 11 RUSSELS: :: : : (I.. CROLYNOvenoas' n."t1rY. liOM.t: :

: 'Mtn : I Carrier Afr- oIl t1Oijl11. g: : i FUNERAL III DRY' G o'si LOPEZ : '- Hotel III T.... K :

"'t.1 !4tlr. .net.ll -t .,. '. : : .. .. 'DONALD BARBER :
r.,7 ......d. :: :: m for Domestic. PHONES.and Comm ... .WT... ;". ,_ :. HOMEr r,..:.. 1106. OLIVIA-STREET_ : ,.,. .i' 'Funeral Service .... '--'. 'We Sp.ctatt..Is :
by Tt.... ..... : ...v........... ........ .! : tlM..f : .. ,'.,'. ,PHONE:.., 373. ,..: : Established 1885 : : rtalp naimea: Jb'r. '..UJ Ia :
Those Serve :
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I**? '_MAYTAG DUD < r: : ?-' oo' :a Who Serve Best :J:: SpiJ, tin,., J ,.. Lkcitacd Funeral :, ,..........................-....w1.....ra..........:

M4 Other : 2 'II' OTIOINT! ; :.E' "tric'" : WE HAVE NEVER .. :."S. 'ia' '''... '.:. Uir"Clol'14 and :. ........ ._ ... ..1,.:... + ........:.. .....%
k .'rlt/ttrr. hull : :,; .'j. :.p'a"B .".. ::. S BETRAYED A TRUST.: .' s'c''.'t.-}. .: .:' KinhalnirrsS't : STELL'S: BEAUTY;NOOX: .
: Refrigerators, Pjspos ls and Ele icai.Appliances '. WE NEVER WILL : : ,WIneil{ till'il:.:. .
; .' ," :. .... : ; : Scientific Be..ajc'. : ltuN !
"!I' TRADERS i :: Wa.hiiig Madiincs''for'-ImmediitQ/'DcUvcry. ; J i o ":'l 4 : in AltBt'C'Dche'. .. ,.,,1 .
r IM 9w.l StrootLOWE'S : : HOME Ambulance ServiceC1iitdriii:: : 'j : ": Ambulance : : ThoroticblWater / pw4 i 1 csd' 'F !
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: : Division and Whi1ehead' \ pp 1lte f.t.i-s _: : ,ff41J ces. Beauty Salon i
:: : : .irWA- l !Jt by 10.'AMmlB4i'-: I Li tcen. ': T |:, j ,
RADIO I : Tided tip i by 4 PM.'::Sm&jti&jf; ; SMaylag 4i 's : eContrador 1.- ,, ... i,l '(tI':1WnCEI.II: : S'rJt'Jeauti T :
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Systems :f i ]i i : PAINTING .:j ....,; ..s Ctlltrua. In ,oW IfjScop rINtH. :
... ._,. ....... J : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : : CONCH SHELLS : : L P'J -.< ] Treas. :
SERVICE j ................... ............ ....," .f... ..'..,.,....... :: Telephone 9127.114 DuTalStr ft.JeUarson; Hotel. : :. All Sixes : /. q -r Shampoo ..l.ii f :
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tw..t dw.Uinga, Fir( .Insurance i' : SPONGES CAYO; : j
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men:.D tli. ;. FLOOR NDING' :l :, .';IJUESO \ : 'j
PMONE 1301 f II bldgs.. house- b r YVsu--o.. .;..113th'. ....t1cf""' It'.. i: fl'lf" r E r J\\.AIZi'E'IMATE' : o. __-_ _. EAvn"SALON : 1"Soufbernutost"HotzWtD

bold sonal and. :perAtlantic:: Mutual Faruqa.; ;:' r gIl CO. : ': Guaranteed"ark: ; .:I' odernMetAods: 1 :: t' Will oUJS.Ship. or to Canada Any Part : : U.s.A.- :: :
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S-ve 157. on \ ; ; .: : v .
; DeNter ; NerranlU. --J..L..Cnuoe.lA :..ipl' :;, .'i4. ;: L4NJS D.Qt! 1JUXP: : Marcy S. Palacio :, .Expert Hai1':'Tinting tij ..................... Stock !: ,. ; o 1 : 401 : PeraonalizedPermaflertg5t1,. ",cLl : ,
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........................ '* 1B29 Harris Ayeiiueir Phone 314-tt : Street : Carecthfv facial* 1. 41L fI
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Bo.o. CY LESIW I!:. .i { LLH; ) Hair.ore ttatla HaV- .; j'j'vel
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1 "OY" TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or $1.. 0:.PER SACK : tap e. : I..: t
,, IU Hemlng St. R. M. Daniels.Prop., PIZA13 : : A w P.ra.aaeN : :. 4 4i
MARL HAULED.KM for 4 YARDS! > : Sale . II.:'
: Was. : '
..,.'u..YM. : 1:, Ciishmaii Motor 'Sixr-T-r, I Also Lots Cleared and. Marl- Spread. -; Very.i" ....Reasonable/.; J' .f H/ : :\ Appraisal i 1 .4 oo }
.Ltiiuedtate'Delit; &':'' wrp:' : :;* Lease : Beauty :
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w Sale and Service e .; : : lIf SScats G CB. 1021 OJ.i'itiSJ.-r: ; $
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P1 NtIA EAST : J' bt it Sait t e' ........e.....................e............... : Management .h.y ., Colony !
l .lIullely ,. :...............................?.1......i.i. : ". Improved and Vacant : a Ul ......... :
CIt\ST ''.. >III: JEFFERSON COFFEE* S Properties in Key West : .Mtoot .
: ; SHOP 3.
larking FlagsWindshields
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... {.- 1 slat : 'i.r,''" .s. :., and Monzoo County Next $5MWt
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,s. COW'S 1, :. ..: Open Daily and Sunday, i' :. j. OTTO : AB Scti/.1........1 : "
OFFICE : ,I O FootrcslsAlso I _' .. .- O'i' :: 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. 4) : KIRCIIIIEINER REALTOR : :: ........... :
........ ,: SERVING \- S Sp.dslq M.
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: o 411 :
'I '' JJinners I Fleming StreetS19 :
.l I* .**!.. HUItooeeeeeeooee:: :: DAYTON BICYCLES, ; and.,.- ; : COMPLETE : Moat M.d..ud .. 1
Whitehead "
:: STEELCOTE RUBBER' 'ENA 1Ei> t Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : Streeto : Phase fill
\.- :, Phones 124 : :
r oHE 12-1 : ................................. ....N:4.'... ,............REASONABLE....... .....PRICES.... : 73S-R : -
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BICYCLES' 'REPAI EpTOR ELECTRIC ; .................... 1....................oeoe
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Good Work Prices
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Rim lltr. llu lu ihrIOUKM : FOR ::SAlE : 2612 HARRIS >r- : INSURANCE j
CiCH. : : t: ,Our Customer *,ilutt B. : : We Repair and Rewind- Types oj : ,I P.M.-AppolDtm.Db DaU y.between 9:99 AJ4. a.4 "M :.

4 Satisfied : ELECTRICAL MOTORS i OFFICE : :! from public by Senior are Stu4 accepted.nU .. :
920 DIVISION STREET PRO _. 131Q k' t : : 521 SOmilAKI( : :
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, } rJPtCTURES: OF R. f1r ?' -< lievWeather SUNDAY, = lOOL,' LESS': .N 'OF. 'T'.'lE''"WFiK.-. -. : I!: ToD.n1. risTORV nL ,
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f WILL BE SHOWN AT FORECAST -I I Boston after Brit -. rvetva4ion 1w._ tllli4tIM. .Arn. .-
Key West and Vicinity: Partly ROT L. SMITHJesus j#I;first. greet XevolutiooaJT: vw' 'WI"r .

r :. cloudy with little change in temperature arrived on the workfs scene in i the midst of a cieat ;.JCt'7. .. .--. .
this afternoon excitement colorful preacher from the desert named John. ', leSX-tJncIc Tom's Cabin" ape ....
r4b 7:30: ; P., 'M. SUNDAY and Sunday. Moderate to fresh had just appeared in Palestine 'who declared that God waJ.''pears and for the first its time in book. .- had 4aCr
form begins gives MarcefE
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east and southeast about 1
winds dimin- to take a hand in the affairs of men :. -had attracted no partaru ti lyre
ishing Sunday. It was a desperate day. The heel of Roma was upon the IiOt1aa1 Ill .
r( ..lai" Travis Will Show\ Colored Slides He Took I tinned Florida: Partly cloudy' and con- world's neck. Totalitarianism 'was in control of the world. No ':,i i t attention-WUlwm when aerUHzed.18S Slinky ...... ........ "-' daleAraO -

warm today tonight and man anywhere enjoyed any rights except those conferred upon j!, MattaI. ...

: Wliilc' 'On In .I Sunday.EaR Call U J him by the Empire end any so granted. might be revoked at 1J tngftOMse engineer first f t4rmlwt..tee 18M Iw.
Mexico and Jacksonville strates multiple system *
Duty At The' ...
thru the Florida Straits the measure of. the.n. :Fmrvarnr. __ *.': i i I' a:1ting'n......", tA'c), in ftIIWIri-' .
I :I The ancient 1 .. .S$44leelyl ..... tlV .
Moderate to fresh winds,' religions of the menujn Great Ifcunncw Ms.
First east to result that he never returned to ... .
i i Presbyterian: I southeast Greeks and the 'Atore.. at his own rxprfwcompany .wt T..w tr.lstrrert ns.n
J ;s fhurchMiMUY i over"south portion and I I, Romans were the town to preach again, ;The had refuse Mm. aM. es III.i .0
over north portion to., pretty thoroughly diXTedit d. Joss was not le"'aJ1t., but NacC Nye II .
I ftAI.N TO 'UK: OBSERVED I day through Sunday, Partly) The reth's. Any community' is the) ''1918-German plane* IN''F.R pagan gods
L burlsequed
i WEST CHURCHESTHlHHtKOWi cloudy: weather.Jacksonville -- f 111wa M
loser when it refuses to recieve of liquified iramarU ran **-
on of
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l REVIVAL SERVICES to Apalachicola: and American lines. Mlue .e1e 5/laas !\:=
WILL CONTINUE : temples Jesus. with an .ope mind ,
ATM/ICAL. [ : No small craft or storm warnings, empty except a$ .t.'..... teeb.-
I l I I unwell: : 'rimoiKiii: SUNIIo': : have been issued.: :showplaces, and the human spirit consider his Proposals with humility 1922-PmiuVnt llartbna Bind Aaig >It -
'lIIm ANO JVOTR Si and discernment. 'ders all American trm. wMi
I NEWS was groping for some firm anchorage f i, t-M J N Ml.r. tA- ,.
i t eMI I PKOTWTANTTr: t31GRCHFSr but there was none. 'I;i Jesus' proposal for the estab Urawn from Germany.19X1 .
I of I ...... tste rnetseknlrl ....
Taking his cue at least in part Ii.hment"of the Kingdom The Civtfwn. CVn<
;. ReportKey fW : ...we pawn E.i
c Petal W., .. Aom. at '" eveniaq services "the First colored slides: which'1 h* made West nn.: March 20, 194S Jesus began his public ministry 1 1 I The S.ndss School lesson I!'jress-in effect MJIT M, j jl
Presbyterian Church 7:30 o'clock-tomorrow' far March 21 Tb Kingdom ,
at was' :
1 elrluelewsd todaj by the Rn' Melrose S. Avery. pattor. ., it Observation taken at City Office." with coJenm declaration that'Cod]I cf Cod." Mark 4:2S- 42-Japan nmthni* W UJi |I ( ...w Mt.. rwet

CtefB TiarU has )utt returned from duty in Southern Europe. bI' 8:30 A.M., EST))> .I affairs was about of to take a* hand in the{ ZJ: Luke t:! -22a: I7i20- English interpretation .4 t....- .. a +.. tr

tltiay. the awaet recent :-* nudes that part of| the world- the Rev.3fcmSd. are. pro 1 Temperature' It was to no soft and velvety I j 21: ReHeaven Ur17. national law. I IIMS 't>iaiia iw aaAe. ..'
n. Ctrl ODM ahox the eD Into Rome Highest yestenay4 83 -U. S. Thin! Awr tie ., ...
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I f.. Matt / :: fcuiknngs and scenes !in and around 9 the Appian.Eternal Way, City There including are others the Colosseum showinq Lowest last night _._. 75 j made affair.right Old, ancient wrongs evils were were to be to is still basically and fundamentally Worms and Marts *n wW ....*.1] ........ .. e ttiN ....

flBaWJ tL P WH.L. 79Normal. be ovcrthro wn and a newt way of the message of the 1M -Russia asks UN .*.aK: I .
Cbapitea TiavU was received) twice in private audiences His Hotlness. >> life was to be initiated. I i Christian Church. Iran till.April 10.
by J Pope'Pius. XII. I Jesus of Nazareth could not fail
awe era gtveu aa CNloqraph by the Pope. which also Precipitation The central 1 theme of Jesus 1947-United State bins ed wi
will be shown
.Moiees totaaarrow.veninq. "'-_at the..Presbyterian. .__' .. lurch! I, Total last.24 hours ____ jOO ins. preaching was a doctrine whichhe t j to have his own' opinions about grata to Tito of Yugu...... Cl'Hb.I
I At ft Old Stao Cb JIll Tota Ithis month ._-._____ 1.39 ins. called The Of I life as it is lived by this genera!'
rch. Palm Kingdom.
f Sunday will be observed Excess, this'month ._ .52 ins. i.tion. If he were to return to earth .
1? tfwcki! .*ti>ie at Loth the morning and evening services. The Total this ____.. ... _.. Heaven. Modern' Christmas[fan the farm he. adopted ever, it meets' opc'tM>n, .... '
.Bfeptt of tit* Mt man to bu delivered by the Rev.G. Leon Wells. Douglass Singers i year this -- ,258 ins.Departure' often) become confused as they i Palestine physical.nearly: Jnree vthoutj times bitter and unerrttpfaa ,..... ......111Ir1
year1.63 ins. tin I
MHOV at LW morning s nicer will be "Receiving theKing"M I' Relative Humidityat read his words" because of that sand years ago we would expecI This should not SUI pr'" .......' -
1M .treats he will speak on "Maintaining the Glow'" To ppc'rllere 1:30 A.M. word "heaven. It sounds to themas him to express those'opinions. The opposition rrurtfted J..1

t n. s... |I. B. Reid pastor of. t the Fleming Stfeet Methodist 64#; while if about he were the life talking that ;>11 'the I Wh the-Church feels ,that it .But that did not end the dew ", r 4J "

L C iBich, wiS delivtr a cannon Triumphant Entry Into. JeruttW At view Par! Barometer to live after death providing men are 'is sure'of ..what .Jesus'. opinion .It gives on and wait raw Mr

at O* 10.10 un. serv *-, 1 .i j Bay (Sea Level) fcM AM. I they have inherited the good favor -t would be, therf H faces the divinenecessity LI us.te..., Uti K" iUi lather 7.. ".V.F. .

'me( (grow' H. will also f t 30.18 ins.-1022.0 mbs. of God. I of gxpressingt> opinion -I:....... :rn .. n..ILM ... .w...
.% 7. City Recreation Director Paul Tomorrow's Almanac The t in his behalf.-- ./ lion ... b.luilf .C C. I',..,'- ... i H. .1..... NMrirr.
He at !M 30 cervices. Mail\ simple truth is, however, ..
p-in Religion .n.1l.atk .r
By It must devof>.itself with all ... .
heat. __* |My. Week will bfcwrwrf G. Albury has arranged' .for the Sunrise -- on ':30 a.m.j that when Jesus talked about the -
.. M the WiRinx. Street Douglas'High School Choral Society -' Sunset .---- __. .-. 8:39: pan Kingdom of Heaven he had in ,I the powers at its command to tits T
the estabtshment of the Kingdomof .
< a******* Ctmn*. Each f'WDin1: Church Proposal to Moonrise 3.03: p.m. mind a new way of life among '
sing Monday' night
Moonset, 4:06 t Heaven which 7"vas ,his then Conventional I ChurthWILUAM
it l W* WVfacfc a Candle L4,ht : a.m.f men here on this earth. This new
**..* .Ut I* ....... A Commun. .March 22, in Bayview- Park. .- way was to be substituted for the ished dre rn.I w. iLirrr.: D.8.
i t...t ii. will t* ftbeerwd at GENEVA.AP-Correspond-( Heretofore these singers have TIDES I j old way when a new spirit, di- When it attempts to do sot howPresbyterian Acting Pastor

filet p.. biday ence courses in theology to help a I appeared at several ,civic clubs Tomorrow vinely introduced among men I I S17-WT WILLXA $ *_.

.i fcrvwal Yvvwe: M the First religious revival in 'Europe were and every other Sunday morning .. (Naval Base) had entered into the hearts of j Between Sovthard at nna&.ti & h
IM.... Cfcwrrfc will continue 1Imoni'suggestions put forwardat on the'radio. (Eastern.Standard Time) humanity. He declared that he, i It t

....*..<.. Use .rrrtMns. hour U wore a recent conference here of religious -{ Their las{' appearance was :1t High Low had come to initiate transfor! Sunday SchooL MS A.M.
ql Itwd..r. .rtJi the pastor the 7:55: ajn. 1:11 mation. '
leaders a.m.
from 15 All
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"4' A.M.Tdte
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B IMI> C: Nk+mta. doing conference' was called by 6:51: p.m. 12:18 pm. This week's lesson tells the I Church John V. Afth.,. Supt.
.. ,...ritiAc end lIMo Rry, James the Department of Reconstruction Club, at. which time they rendered stay of Jesus' visit to his old II 1a. :
.J4e.... std iradrr in charge such selections, as Swee ADDITIONAL TIDE I I Walla and Washington Stxaa
of the World Council of Churches I DATA home town of Nazareth, where
ref IW ttteate N taAta wwvtxs. Chariot" "Somewhere A VoiceIs s I Rev Mefcose S. Avery,J faster. 11 A.)!.. WORSHIP
to consider means of encouraging Reference Station: Key West : he was invited to occupy the pulpit -I
At IM MmrMn worship the postwar theological training Calling,; Big Brown Bear": I Time of] Height of of the in which !I Sermon
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.. onM Europe. StationTid. jhigh water he had worshipped hundreds of 1 j I' Men't Bible Class 10:00: AJ-L
.,... J.... The society is composed' of 25 Pat ..'. n-. /Met Marl.
hm KV W St"H Proposals included ,of Bahia Honda 1000 AX._ 5:00: P.Joft rr
sharing : : times as a boy a youth, and ayoung LadiM Bible: Claw. ,
"* male and. female .-voiced, and J1 ......,.. w 10" !
e''*'IN'x wUI prrachWfcM food clothing: and money among (bridge8h) 10m 0.0 ft. business man of Nazareth. I 6:00: PJHChristian =.a
.M.- CUM. Ti.v.Ur," ,European faculties an exchange their director is'liibne: Patten.F No Name Key It is the first report of one of r I PALM SUNDAY 630: PJ4, YPM. etstn.
'TAw trias iriM>t Entry* will of etudents'and professor,,establishment end T130 P. U WORSIIii'l.rmo.i r- P.R .
(east ) 1-+2h 20m his sermons which gives us any'
j b 3W e. i n .f a Bern on to be of a central library and Boca Chkra bf the details of his preaching. I Service/1 1 rOO:.A.M. TM.U WJasat ... H tswr

3-; dNre r M. Mr..the Kry W. W. scholarships. for' post-graduate. f 'COLORED (Sandy Point-Oh) 40m This makes is especially significant "MT Kittgdoaa Wet. 01 -Uw PvBittRtFridar. n..r
$ de. trla wt .< the Ftaa Con 1 study' and foreign travel. Caldes Channel This World"PAUL .
for it be accepted as
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I Iw [ CHURCHES.Roosevelt (north. end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft.oOo his valedictory-his first lull t '"
M II --People Jtfl I < ( W. TRAVIS.. WORLD Good Friday SerYlce" ..

tite4pN. .I..TM Pene-1:C tia Social fists NOTE: '. Statement of .purpose and program. TRAVELER.'to show pictures.of XTordial. Welcom1J: iw ...
eras' ?11rt t* the '- -" -"' } I :'th.
Sands, Jiv \*iH be'the' ( 0-Minus sign: Correctionsto i t-Appropriating Old Testament -
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Now International guest speaker .at ,the. Men's". subtracted. scripture which fitted lea Night Service 7?3O P_ I.' I

Bar Il.b.+f Y. Weaver 1!i Day worship tomorrow---morning'at (+);Phis sign: Corrections to purpose he announced a six-fold COME-WOR3HIP THE LOAD W'TH '*
-. .| UT Meowrial) Metho-|I ST. GALLEN, Switzerland.AP .- 11 o'clock in Trinity" Presby. be added. objective: (1)I) a ministry to the Vijitdr" adFriends' invited
terian Church the' Rev Sigis-!! (h)-Hour. to the stricken -
.... t4trt..k .iH talk m -A Palm.:. ( )- An international Chris- poor (2) a ministry
Lees. H a (VMM* .| the I 1050. L'(tian-Socialist .Federation has, mund A. Lamg. pastor. announced (m-Minute.) (3) a ministry to the exploited -,
today. (ft.)-Feet. to the broken mm STREET MET_ ..
m. t>.t.....L At UM T30: p. ro. been formally established here by ((4)) a ministry
......". she tkv Mr Wearer will ; representatives of Christian-So- At the evening worship at-7:30 and beaten and (6) the reorganization : Poinciana BaptistChurch

air anti.lbe dalijt parties from ten nations. .o'clock the guest speaker will Do You Know ThatThe of life so that it would' Cones .,...,... tai .... KttEY.
be Thomas Caro of I'
Judge S.
rlnees.iwt ef Sorrow" have the approval of God. '
The Federation appointed Dd.
J. ft. MEW.Hi Pswoe
.. tie the w'f>iwt the. Rev. A. Louis Meerts. of Belgium as its Criminal Court. country's first college row- The service ended in disorder I 17th "And Eagle

II mrtoiM paMor of INMnrUnawttl General Secretary. be"Why the Strikest of-Thou Me will be ing club was formed at Yale in for a var'ety of reasons with the Pastor's Phone: 1164-M ( it rek School VN* Ai$1
subject a sermon to
t I cbtnth draw atM 1843.
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N_!!, ... srrieee. ttwrtarnw..Tt Native species of wild grapes in delivered at the 11 a. m. worship I A. D. O3RIANT. Pastor
lsJwd .! Uw Sewn Cries" the United States have been widely tomorrow by the Rev. C.C Higgs. French is the official language j i : Merrill FrHen. Ow weal Mgweetaall1a4

asst a Aw.i JtJ *4 the even- I used in developing: new species pastor of Cornish Chapel of the of Haiti but the common .jpeech j Key West Sunday School. &4S A.M. I
A.. M. E. Zion Church At the is Creole patois. : Morning Wor.hl|, MtfJM ....ttTRIUMPHAL >
ar Mew and root stocks. { Worship, 11:00
; lee4 Church' will 7:30: p. m. .worship he will.speakon S.rmat ink..
teb...... hate* litttwlay. at the 7 JO sermon subject tomorrow'" at 11 "The Lord's'T1iangle.: ." In the late 18th century the I'' Church of Christ I "THE PROCESSION Subject: I ENTRY bt4'Ir' 1. U t 117 J7'

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6 a..... P.dnr. drtiwrinc a of the Assembly of God. At Locusts Kicking the Reading and Speaking of the I: 1120 PETRONIA STREET j 6:30 PJJ-SORROW, Union : 8009 Srve. rii r M. C.
..iron M the t....... "MaesttcMwis. ) the evening services at 7:30: "The English Language in Scotland I: : Training I
i it Evening Worship 7:30 Evening Wurnliip. f 1M> 1 1m ....
..s Kf Knihroned. A Kingdom" will be the subject of fJour hcd. Worship, Including ,
,..C.r ...".. r>V ay .*..-Y..... will the ..-ngelistic'sermon. |i! Fowls] To D eatSYDNEY.4AP"Grasshop Coniniunion Service, j Subject: f
i1..retlbri tl H ?:J* ft m. Friday Worship including Communion In the classic days of ancient. t "THE SHORTEST OF THE
lit .*.. tty lMlerwne:41" will service; : will be held at 6:30: p. m-i 1. Athens interest rates on goodecurity SUNDAY 6:30 P.M. Ii IiI SEVEN. CRIES"Public IIIJIIIIII__
Y.. .... tId aw.a. tomorrow in Key West Church pers" in the Burra district of ran from 12 per cent u I f.
..........- .i11.. IK- the subject of Christ.At South''Australia (actually.locusts l ) ll 8 percent. EVERYBODY WELCOME I ji j a Cordially invited :i Youth for Christ RaXy
'W...... M dMTVMrd at Uw Sun- the Youth for Christ Rally. ere kicking fowls. to deathFowls .* -
4a*.tft.*.iM.jc cervtm at the in the First Methodist\ Church tonight 'have been .swallowing 1 J
4iwtwa E.A.w1tr tiurWt The 1 at,7:30 o'clock the speaker the "hopp rS' alive and their CORNISH CHAPEL Director, PARKER MAHAN V aV JtTIINIGIIT

....... wMf bebop -* M a. in.n. will be .the Rev. James Shelton, kicking hind legs with their saw- A.M.E. ZION CHURCH Glad Tidings Tabernacle I' Christian Science .:3U ...< ;].." !1. %T
... w,ll .!*. b* a merung of music and educational director edges have cut th? fowls ,jugu- I
w at t p. m. Wednesday.INr ,j of the Little River Baptist Churchin lar veins and caiued them to Tb 2>o( Friendly )Church'COLORED ASSEMBLY OF COD I II P FIRST METHODIST CHURCHComer

"1'wwl hi Put"w be the Miami... bleed to death. .' WhItehead) and Angela Sta. I 801 Georgia St. at.J'etronia i i Society .
-- -r EATON a" S1MONT" VfMMHlSpcaken
Rev. C. C. Higgs.: Pastor Cordially Invites You I
of Key Weal ,

,'. f'" 1:31.....Sunday Church SchoolTeachers I Sunday School. 10 AM. I 327 ELIZABETH STREET I r RC\.J3Ittft'Skokete>, '
J for All Ages I (All Ages)
Joseph Thompson. Supt. I I Sunday School, 9:30 AM. i Music and CdweaHaaal. >......., Llrtle r....

11 A.M., Worship I :MORNING\ 11:00() A.M. Sunday Morning Services I ftVpiMt ClMtreK Months Plc. 1

SubjectWar : Sermon: At 11 o'Clock Si 'M'MJJ: : | '

Strikes Thou Me" "POISON IN THE POT- Subject: "MATTER"Wednesday I Joan Dough try "-- Y/

7:30 P.M Worth;? EVENING: 7:30 P.M. : Evenings j 1 I CWL8 TMO
r alt = 1 Subject: "The Tna-J i Shelton
t .t ; Meetings at 8 o'Clock i Jimmy .... ....
7:30 Evangelistic I
MCML. : p.m Class-Prayer : c -
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Wed, 1:30: p.m. Choir Rehrs. THE' KINGDOM" I i Reading Room in Church I'iuxan -

"ri. 7:30: Scouts. to Meet j Edifice will be open Ji .
Tuesday, 7:30 PAL, Tuesday and Friday
YOU ARE WELCOME Sweet Hour of Prayer I from to PJ'L I I
II Revival Continuesml 11
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ix i Trinity 'pRSit toia C&orcli& : THE OLD STONE CHURCH ii The First Baptist Cbu .< I

717 Simontoa Street (Colored) : : i rah> '
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11 o'Clock<< ,: SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 AM. : 1O:5O A.M.w\nn... Jr..... %,., _..,
Guest Speaker: General Superintendent Henry Russell :I BAPTIST TRABfflig WHOM. MJ7t30

ROOSEVELT SANDS. SR. .: 10:50 A.M. h?. ____u .. Morning Worship :. MIS. ElI_ ..... ........ Me.

r q'Anfr Sunday School-_ 3:30: P.M. :: Sermon: "RECEIVING THE KING" (Matt. 21:3)) : I-.\l. -UI .:.... T

Youth Meeting 6:00: P.M. :: 6:30 P.M.. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship : I JIMMIE SHELTON WILL OA. .T ,.

: 7:30 P.3I. h .. ..- _U.Uh.U_--- Evening Worship : Evangelist: BroMto C NirlMU.Eerryttne ...... PLN
+w.i.SgAmr .: Sermon: "MAINTAINING THE GLOW' .
EVENING WORSHIP t.nnlimllvNr, *".-*| T. ......
tlr',, 711'' S., 7:30 o'clock I GOOD SINGING ......c
Guest :: \\rc Extend A Special Invitation :
Spaaktn to Servicemen
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W-IyQcr BaiIJis Dttw YI'ESUBMARINERltfa..11 ) .ON'Questions VETS' BENEFITS asked by veterans j

.-. I concerning benefits are answered j
...: M 1M..... IIM I : -r'IS, AS.'.- i authoritatively by the Veterans!

Administration' in. tfug, column!'
.. Ay.\.ttIN "-WtY 1 'I aN,. fJ..qA; 'OF Murray Herricks published' by The t,itizen- a; 3.1 I w
service to !.i
veterans Some of-the]
...... litIN Giff 1tfrl M R'tY5 s.m. Leave For Home I questions mosf.t.tteDaskect.ate :

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""" wt t tI S r .JEQ'.__')' "G' Major and and daughter Mrs. Emogene Murray ,Herrick 927Seminary ,Q. I lost my original'discharge: i

fatty papers. ,Is it possible to secure'.
....... .... let: --I Commander AlBrrf K..''Murray.D" street, 'will leave tot -I' a copy of this certificate I
for ,'
.... \.-.. eYrtad .. ... I given.Harvey limn Johnson was ;;. S. ,..Naval Reserve;, a Navy where morrow Herrick Omaha serVes in an: administrative A- Yes. A Certificate in Lieu: i ii
.. .... NJa ....... ha a surprise party last night Combat Artist., ie presently en- capacity at Fort i ICE Lost Discharge/' wiU'be issued I
......... Y' *M. h in ftHWor of his. fourteenth birth. gaged' at the"Submarine4 Base in I Crook. upon written ,app7icat oz The

......... IC1M $aary.r ne.t'dips. day Mrs. ftnnivrmry Walter by his mother' ;: assembling background:: material |.., They were here for a two I proper form "on- which'to make I

.. .... Johnson her- for an official portrait of a repre- week stay. .such application -may taeoecured I
....... ....... war a kAnwc'Tre I i 1 I, homa na Margaret street. sentative' submariner for. inclusion 1 by writing directly to your

t+ba A.. W Httten. wti Games Wft'e'eri slid'PMrs ia the' National War Muse-'t erans Administration'' .vet-I hers

., ...... ....... ... a wnetw. wr won- by' Ray Coates. im., collection.' : Office. 4
aft.b ....... ...... .. ... ....: Barbara Finder., Peggy T4ft, ,JUEt> before the close.of th / Q. How. can I set a job
Melee Gonzalez
ttedrt..4 ael Ifctee Hr.., t*. LtanH ,' Robert' Pao: < war. We- Navy Department' "in* Veterans] Administration hospital I
Rndrrguez. and XuartiraBora.
...... ....ew w t. apt trrxfUcetT the,ctea on of-a group r ?
of official portraits. for installation 'A. You should: make application .!
.**. e4 U Ik. Kwv Wee Yard t ti '.. .. ,au.. Ice cream. cake candyr cook- in-the proposed National WarMuseum. i: 1 by letter -to the'.Personnel

Tt J. tt ........... .. .#* and fruit punch were served. These were to augment Officer: It"the Hospital1 you' have I

: 1'....'.. ...... sad tWtr.t... Iww. Harvey received many' beautifuland the occasional: portraits! painted 1( selected. If a position is .availa
ireful ble, he will
101 .rseH. Yew/t gifts. and drawn by the Navy's five notify you. --- -- --
face U.iW-1 I Those present were Mr. and' Combat, Artists in the 'different. Q. After i was] discharged in .
M..4 ".111.
,. 'Mn. Horace O'Bryant.Mesdames theaters' of operations. tI 1945. I dropped. my..$10,000 National PRESIDENT TRUMAN ((left) shaker hands with GOT. Thomas E. D wey el Mew York *

ft,.., r Is*+Ave* T KiucM P .....and... Paul lisp abet Roberts Howard- Overlin, Obviously r these;"combaf, poi j ;r % .. Service Life Insurance 'can presidential aspirant on the reviewing?' stan t overlooking New York's SL >ateK> *. ...

pW Ithtt eMe.ta, I.t. a t..ttteltrbs Vinernt MolinaArthur Cu'n'Y.AIa traits .could not be .particularly: t :: Policy. Later I reinstated $2,000 fade up'Filth Avenue, la the center is John J. Shcahaa. chairman el th. parade SIMM Mi..
.-A 11III& a a acct .1 ..... tatace n. Walter John ambitious[ .'as'conditions' "would of this and now' I would like 'to President\ flew from Washington to view the parade and address the annual dir ac M 'M Fi
.1 faon r and ,Harvey's God-Mother not permit 'it, But- them know if I can r reinstate the other
T. few**) Kash. 1101 Ilarri : among J. I i r Sons, of St. Patrick.
Mra. Elma'Warnn. Jpnet Brown are. inanjf fine ,and penetrating 8000.. t-:
$ a..rMrst a tiaraw leti.deuce al Gail Sweeting Lorraine Bennett, time' "' J The.Camp Fire Girls annotmde A. Yes. You have until'July
portraits.!! CommanderShelter's : # |I ---- -- -- --- --
sat KaA/s Edna Mar and Ella 'Waldine charcoal likeness -of that their birthday an- 31, 1948. to reinstate; usually]I. .
r 'T. psi.u Ueka. cocas d ith. Johnson Joyce Key Sylvia Fleet Admiral Halsey. 'niVersary project for this without" a physical examination,j[It: CONTRAST ON AN ISLAND IN THK: SOl Til tM HW
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.... a etia French. CheH KiebelNartcy'LouWaUiA Christml: \Day;.Im; at Guadalcanal .is ""Hello: World. Let's.Get To- provided you -aces in* as .good
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sMae.NM1t ; you.were"at'theltime;
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exeelent exatnple' -
Tta T ....... Pttsd.v. QI UtutMt NebWtt. Ed Overlin( Lor'nao of the -Reinstatement isi I
BUI The I lapse.
hionipKfatigug The aim
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.exhaustion" get acquainted
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t the Ore n Vk w Uurvina. Homer Herrick, of too manystrenuous with 'people. Here made bY' fil ng'our"an. \
.. ...... aid. nano few apvt- Iatt..U Barber.. Ray Lanes Clinton are some tion form and by 3PPlica-i'
and .month's j
days .the anxiety; ways to do it. they irrt-;
O...M. M a awl d $4.i -.... Warren" Jacqueline Blanken. i two monthly premium; ]. r f t .+
the determination, .all are clear <.1),A friendship group can get
!, T* Jest Pratt Del VilUrm, ship Joey Curry. Robert Pam ly and deeply felt as we see them in touch with people inMother Q. I feel that my,'husband, a!
11B tte. .**ii street a tram Sylvia Henry AUerez. Juanita 'at this critical time in our Pacific.' countries young throJgh: church veteran of World ,War IL is in I]I
.* sa.lM canal .tit.warr tt but he'! r'e'
.pa.tb.- IIIoIa. Diana and.LuciUio Genza- War; school, local relief organ\zations.\ need of hospitalization, ; w
.ifs-a swt eat it sale Audrey Richardson Betsy .Commander-. ':1peY 'made foreign-born refuses to make:;application for:,II
Te tt ireNe Canon, CI AalNllt.o i Patter Fred and .Jackie, Curry an neighbors. ((2) Send medical treatment: What canlthe; j! wr
I oU.of.hlm- later-in Pearl H rbor.approXimately kit friends .
a. party to include
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lass ..... a MMTM Murk rrtlaf l Vincent Molina., Ray Soso, .BeyArverei. I Veterans Administration do in

... s1 a s...... e.rt ti4.ia1. I Otellee, and Raymond background, in using whieh'agroup a Japanese of .re l es', party for typical ideas party games refresh prongs, the situation? .o .. : iI j jK. 1, s
-- Paula Veterans.. Adniniitrtj'iopcannot :
I Agucrro, Daphne and Nippons flee.for eover at the approach : ments. (3) Take part in a local I : i
Warren. Gail Varela. Peggy Tift force your husband or any i
Ivfltfn! ViMt I of an oncoming storm. drive for overseas relief. (4) As a
Rita Canalejo. Pamela 'Russell, 1 veteran to acctpe hospitalizatioivjor
I Yartdegrift sat foci group see foreign language mo- '
medical treatment. t
Kemp ;
Carol Reeves Phylin
JtbTnmandef Shepler in' 3 bamboothicket > tion pictures read and discussbooks 1 tw
KeyK'ntVAOta. 'Mitrhel. Jo Ann Atwell. Yvonne at, Guadalcanal1.during a* I I
Matone. Sylvia Fernandez.; Carol and articles. (5) Help toorganize (Veterans wishing further in-1
quiet moment.for a sketch whichis the of i ,
Grace and Helen Gonzolez; showing a timely formation about veterans' bene-.
,.. Pm1 $ heal aa1 Cates.Barbara Finder. Gilbert Canalejo, comparable': to the Halsey film on the United Nations. (6) fits may have their'questions an-

... vta.. heal Veteran t Hall. Kenneth Key. Norman drawing. Investigate the opportunities for veteran to accept hospitalization H"c
., > i......:*.* ..,.... J.t ..* J. Morton Johnson Lionel Rodriguez, 1 While several others of"theContbat Aiture summer voluntary work Regional Office). { ,.''ct
M.c..web .aMfataa* *aauc.r V*! Ovterhondt. Helio Casa. AHfcts'were'prevailed" abroad such as with the American '
..s..... ..fif** MM. **: U J. B,. Billy L. Roberts. Harvey jUponto execute murals for the Friends' (Quakers) work, The first slaves were.broughtto
Eugene .
r-. ..., astral affiren Hob Johnson and Vincente Catala. Naval.Academy at the.: piece ofthe camps or with the American! the mainland North America Ki
... aa fc4. tf*wv kA evnun. .tiMti. .was; Commander Murray; a 'Youth Hostel work tours. (7) in 1619. a few: months before it
1w.r.s ......, .....y awvat. portrait painter of.national reputation Make use. of the language you the arrival of Mayflower..The- -
ei.tsnt '1 Navy Wives Do and one of the Navy's* Com are- learning in school Meet a slave ship was a' Dutch man of i

tltI- ..... ..... a ..... was bat ArtisU.'was'' asked to remain, person who speaks the language, waf. .W'' .....
..... .. CiMe-arkr Qnfta. tn< Work On Layette* 'to execute 'the'balance of.. this find a Pen Pal who wri es it,

elartlewt "'-'-- .N...... In itsweekly group of. Naval portraits. I i iV listen to records and read-'newspapers Per capita 111liU3.-consumption
.tesrw fill apgrstte.. Ita...< at Nary Wives Club held 'About 'thi 1Y" O- in'aJI.l, th andy in the language. of cigars in the Uftited/'SUtes; declined i .
U. .... .b MaeLlA meeting Wednesday include'J'leet"Adn rals' King' :: from 63 in .1923 to 41 m ,
a vi.a.d 1M Naval Ik*. Mum 17. at the N-COSfSer- I ,.and :Admirals'Turner) ,-I .
!'A } Naval Lots of kids who look a| models -11940. ? s *:
; : 4samen's Center. yOfl: ,Kinkaid. Spruanfce. Ingersoll l; I photographs in newspapers

r;;. h... ittu. lr .Is ....,,. .. Theafternoon .t ; ,Mitecher\ ; Generals Vandegrtft -. and magazines sigh and wonder if James' -Beyond -Sea," a bal- I.
was spent in -- -- ----
....... Ii.hs... and on the Holland. Smith' Harry. ,I they could be that lucky. Well lad telling a tale of:-love. and the ( ,
working on layettes Schmidt Lieutenant. Anne.Bernatitus '
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French Molly.
sometimes they get a break)Take sea of origin
I tutting. and making of sham.reeks to .tNC) Captain Edward,. Barbara Goode and Pat Earner of I O'Day and the' Cumberland AN ALBINO SITS with dark-skinned fellow natives at Milamala least ia the T' L>.load Aaea..

which ,were 'presented: Kenney. (MC),and number of'IJesiet'"tuM..4"md. Normandy High School St.- Mountain Folks .?I Don't Care If pe a go.-a string of coral islands 100 miles east cf the New Guinea mainland iJ t9 :c-tttb:
Key 1'. IHIkys gwts H ; t'nlisted: I This is official Australian S.S. Australian .....
One new associate member, Louis, for instance. Recently Tomorrow Never' Comes a i an photograph. Brown. Departeaent 1If. iaMt
;Mrs. Doreen Goldstein war'votedlilt. wlnie1'the' these two students modeled some' mournful ballad,. tells the-talc of !f tor. believes it is the only photograph of a Trobriand albino in existence. ef

Q Cette By I the club. I This past. Navy*, was: Clothes for press and designers at : a love whose future:-looks' dark. i _
honored hi having a large --- ---- --- -- -
Next Wednesday at noon, the .:of about-'80of these pore the SL Louis Fashion'Preview of I Ella L gau's. "Something I ,,I'iI I ; : I 7
AS TAHTHC rsiw or Hub will hold its monthly potyrk traits at National Gallery Spring. Pat and Barbara were : Dreamed Last Night" Gene Au.try's A species bird, t megapodes | ALMA FARMER KII.I.S Will MrN gBrg<
| luncheon. The afternoonwill very impressed especially with "Play Fair."' Dinah of New Guinea and Ausira.i ii ij t
CTT e1t er tit Art in Washington. The at
look." It's feminine' for Joy." j lia;build a large-nest of decaying II j
be spent playing cards. the.'new so Shores "Crying \
MAKCH ... ItMFILM danceWas' unusuayll heavy J
-- ark reception enthusiastic. The j with',padded hips and clinched {!vegetable matter so that the' rej j
D -.t\.tur. ] waft lines the girls predict it suiting heat generated hatches |
Frestdent and his .family and :
Mjniniiii .f KrgistraUonJk What's Doingat jfiiuch .of offleiafc Washington at- i iS here to stay. I I their eggs. j i -}.
r tea>l Mid today that heta terideiLthe: op nii..'A.'group of (You mar writ Vivian Brownin About one-fifth of all U. S. capj j
ttaM. lot fur the the' -Making hit with the kids arc: 1
tjwalifirti a '
these paintings havebeen; : on extensive care of this paper about news itar"expenditures; are: made tor
....-.. ......, triN lie much tourv'i latex:: .treated balloons which can ) transport. .
: I i of own.gang.
: your
Mfi..v .... M .Mtal ne ..hmitJiUI ARMED SERVICES. CoTumander.O'Kanei: U- S. Navy 't -
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beenstiected: the
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..E tad .Mubm em poll Jackson Square.:, Whitsilsand 'ef'.' -the Submarine' I II

to to Ls .a.daMl MM* theM Seuthajd Sbeib Force of She Navy) and Commander
...1 ri......... Mr. bs bud _tlnt :Murray .currently at the
"'-' 1 dw t gl tr$1).a err 'N.w Submarine Base aembllng data

....... "....,., loath 1.100. Saturday and. --preparing. suitable envifonmentt -
1:00 P.!. .-Movies.10lft in which tai place his sub-

Ttrr.a. U. ............ ae1ni iv.f : P.*L-Second Show, fea Ice:the,setejCbrrtWiandes .
+ub asrtN III flit Flllt hI f.nenkmatn.l ture ,announced at ther'Crub. ;; : Murray: ;'bas''kpt

TW CM e.. ftwta?, ayes that. 11:45: A. Java Club. dis.uS.. ;shduia all ot these paintings" ; .r .*.
1 .iMra.y !. frarral .{...... ftOptnnll moil Qroup. "! : : gallery'; 'te maximum
lusty ItM fct .44.Mi a to ,11:00: A.M N"Go to CHURCIIParties. va/iety_'ts 'essetat, for 'interest"Ara '

; e ... t... aassaa I EV.fybody. :. large' group military por-4 1
(.. ........ m ....... lu Mtn.t 3:00: P.Mr-Classical.announced.Hour- se- trajti could'.easily: : : .and -qukkly s .

Is the hit. lections become'\ monotonous, considerable 3
tAO: P.M Fellowship Hour' on '
care: is exercised to provide,
Tfc* O*..>*t. tkiaar Cmnmb-' the Patio. Community Sing-' as ,much diversity of approachas xa
...0f Htv.trwed: today that for. ing. Beatrice Moreno at the. possible.Accordiiigly. LL S

h...a)' p.t.wy .nit tIP..pr11I'd Plano.10OOP.UCoffee. all types of uni'lorms. -
.. .MI. n.wlii'.. .al Wft'k. n Hour. appear-even dungarees.Some .I
... .*Mi nl Mal that action Camera ,,Club meets each flag rank officers are on be inflated twisted and modeled

1 ............ .. .... aaewval' of Thursday at 80: P. M. the quarterdeck in shirt sleeves into animal shapes. You can build :asx tee:
(Girls Service ; a
Q. S meetings an
p Wawnii.a aut.rltis.t 2nd without neclk-ties. Some are hn- elephant giraffe reindeer. s
Organization), every dachshund other
covered. others with conventional and many animals
Orv4Mia N..... formrr shrr- and. 4th Monday. head gear; and still others witha with a couple of balloons.It .
? IlL loaar aaAMcarrJ. .... randian Game Room: Chinese Check steel helmet makes for fun for a group to

' ...v set ....Ift wft rounty era chess, i- w..nwf .,.... the fifth duI writirlg desks, library current I ets, binoculars charts maps, intermediate design. Then, of course, they can .....
various table I T '_ A. D. HARE .
magazines games .. (right) farmer livia
lrit and heavy weathergear take the balloon animals home to t9 near Asfcyille. ty _
etc. all here and there in surprise baby sister or brother.A arrives in Birmingham with a lOS-pouwi .
, Showers tennis rackets. golf appear mi nlaki .... ..
Cams Heboei $pwncer. who is ; this group. But to introduce killed in a pine thkket near his home, w, H. Hew of

.. .-a ... ....1 ........;I", .peal- dubs. Jisliing service lines film; cameras.checking service,I these, more interest has been 19-year-old bookkeeper, Ar vifle. Ala. views the. monster with -w.... .... :.g

I s. is It.., kit Mfe today mailing and wrapping packages,' .achieved and yet the primary lyne Rogers of New York, was r hound dog! freed the lion. and the faster br.uglrt It ...
a. lei.ass bee ....... .t No "anw messagesphone booths, theme:of portraiture has not beencompromised chosen by a magazine (Motion f his shotgun. _

is J'" ...... Ifui. M receiving, railway; : express-service, ,,with historical Picture) as America's champion -- "'- -- .- -.
!: ..,.... .......?s -waDr. will tamp available* to SERVICE PERSONNU. properties. movie fan. Arlyne, who had -
1 ..... bap 'v.14*. sa the pnwnt'i In the case of the submarine wanted to be an actress settled r
.. RPh LeeWicb yi5-D rector 1 officer's portrait this" has pre for watching movies twice a week I ZACK MOSLEY. Stuart creator of the comic strip Sm3in I oSunJ1Ulorm
Gerald FinderProgrambi-1 sented a most difficult problem in" her neighborhood movie Jack." mad 1949 chairman of lb. Aviation Division. Florida State [

sad M G..rgv SaufNkts..t. rector. but Commander Murray thinkshe house. But there is some consolation Chamber of Commerce is shown above at.the controls of a plane. J '

a4 .... ritdJAC their waaey Beverly BuchananSecrttary.f.m has a 'solution which allows in being such a persistent \ AWNINGS
........,.n...... Mr aDd DortttO Crux Information for putting the subject'in his ele- movie fan she found, because The aviation division of the Florida State Chamber of Com-i,

W... L .ad ........,.. 1ft Ilam... Desk Aide. ment without permitting distrac- she won a contest primarily on mere this year is headed by a man.who-.has owned six planes since' When OPEN-I.'
...... fe.wl.d noun today.t tion or demanding too much of her ability to judge a feature film 1936, and who flies about the country in a ship that's fitted as an When A Dian ssstsr. Assaur !

... ttut.I'. 1. .ho had IT LTERJESTER, KEY the observer's interest apart from by the same standards professional art studio. His name, Zack Terrell Mosley was announced today CONSTRUCTED CLOSED-It'. A Per I rct Stews N wNer l
..... alt La.tlan'L n't.sawd of.the To critics Now she will geta .
N- portrait. use.
VEST ISMEMtEROF the subject by Harold Colee executive vice-president of the organization at ..., IttII'N.'
.... .rdoy.T accomplish this numerous small, trip to Hollywood as the grand "-SwSps: IH Oft
GRADUATING CLASS' Jacksonville. Mosley a cartoonist living at Stuart, is the daddy of fMn'j
voyages were made' along with prizef ..:. j
Tit cuu.a says In aD I color "Smilin' Jack", the comic strip. Mosley.. according to Colee, has or Dni ( .* j
Walter Glen J mr. HI.. son of innumerable drawings, water All Waxed Down Harry Simple to Operate n 1
......w.en" : and 'Mr*. Walter Glenn Jester. -, and oil.sketches. been helping shape Florida's aviation policies for the past several i i Installed FHA TenDs Nodel 'O D"".."....

.AMettO. M 11W Citizen."" : we Mr.. 1M-A Poincian Place; Key I .Commander Murray regrets record some of its marvelous'material years as a member of the division. His selection as chairman of,I b LEE RHOS 61,i GRIiKlr1': d j

fc*. to tr* yaw PrMMyhstttwg West, is a member of the Class I that the solution of his problem. for picture making. H? the group was unanimous. -. y I'JlO4f.: 4 ,

of .IM8 at Graham-Eckes. School! has'prevented his looking around thinks it is a good place fur Mosley) is an'Oklahoman, and is married to a Lake Worth. Fla.. | PboDe 'or FREE c rlm.|. ;;
to b.ti4daa among Papa j3each. I Key West with brush in hand to artists. i I i I girL During the war he was a CAP wing currrnsrder. 1 3
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HERESUNDAYTQPLAY (Syrclat!.The 0...*.. t J
t GREAT LAKES Ill, March 20..:
T Robert Noreisa. aviation ma
chin: t's male third class. USN,
KEY WEST son of Louis Norcisa. 1423 Vir- '
f .. ; ginia street?Key West, is serving;: I t
aboard the,ainrafra; er USS I
i14* TKAJH: \KKlESi:. II' i'. Valley Forge with Attack Squad I

: ron 11 A. now on the second. .leg. t 4
r"*: lAM.t/. .'.vim. lolasscsFedI of a world cruise.. '- :r
Norc: sa. who entered the Nival '= '

:?I'1i:,.t4 11 C.\M: STAKTStig service March 6. 1944. is a graduate :
f Win Again'r At t YE of,the Key West High.School.
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:: Fat Stock[ SlijpvvCLEWISTON. t j U. S. ACTION 4 1A
tint r...*.kit n( It* : \ i 1f
M_i1.tsrMa lmrs4t.ll. "uta .ill 1 Continue :"'am rage One) Lt
I March 20 (FNS). in Palestine, lest Russia may stepin
Iirt (Ireeklaa Ub. t*. Key
Molaakcs-fcd cattle' tln ..again to take over the military affairs 1i.
lg.M earwrr.w hit a grate with! and civil government in the
United States Sujar .Cof'P9ra. |
a .m..$ ko.rr' K .... Lii as.i i i Sucarland' Holy Land. i.)
tkxiV Ranch olwnr i
:cntry ib etr1 ,
tlw9ssr'td.AJsr Bloody battles are :
cadet of IS Braford steers
: .tg Mrtrt stil tr wens Kry certain to ensue just' as soon
If.' bI. 1e..eMra VbsM1M ."stll tt. I; won wne first prize and oric.see- as British Hroops withdraw: from
taw |>..... Mee ........ ....' .,wnil at the Southeastern' Fat < 4r i Palestine. That seeming event '
.. !*.****, Hill v'N' ,. \W TWr-.'Stuck Show held recently at > uality has not affected th? British UMPIRE ROBB '(left) and teammates rash to the aid of Loaate Frey (Me. It\, New Torlt T.ah.
:]twaitte 1r. N .... f.....,..,Ur.U. The blue ribbon was forpUctnc. in the least, for they have said first baseman and Johnny Vandermecr. Cincinnati. Reds pitcher. a moment eta clay ttiltltderi
tmi. Slaatt Mstl lrGe s.lTt1mt .first in the Brahman De- l:\1 jvarepG" they have lost much money andi in 'an exhibition game at.St. Petersburg "-. Frey had driTta a. grwndtr 4w et HM MM bate II
1 .... ......... t.4 t* with 'b"", claw for all weight *Sccni i in to hold the '
trying ,
men came
.. HERMANHICKMAN.'Tb'Litlle GUnt. front'Tennessee, line many 'line. .V'D en eer.w..sfieldiDg the balL and they together. *.. ..... ..
| .iz red was for
tlkew < | << '
Arabs incheck. .
Jews and the
coach at the U. S. MilitfiryAcBdemr at I forced out of the
weitl bts. 1000 aw.ti;: Point since 1343. : and-was: .. game. .
It I* lrs ertil t +''raah+n pounds or .
%III ....Nya. ........ +.4 MssMstai.tM ,."..... M>rn to aill. l reeds. has been appointed head .football-coach. ;fcttYalc'UniYemtY.; He -- .. ...,..' -----.1.-- -. .-.:.--,----;--' _--.-.. '
-. ..., 1-.-... hb ....mui It4.h t The Ilrafnrd .teers. from Brahman sits with his wife, Htlcn. and thetr\ dog."Ting in their home at "CI1KCK; : OFF". SYSTEM ; ; ;
Thto ...nM. 0ee* tom l Iww hulli out of Hereford cows, West Point. In his'student days:>Kckin] lir' ,was u char guard at FAILS IIUNKYAIOONERPIERUE. ( Nu&tyives.! Clubsiirclfart 'Leave F r:1 ruts/t11 STRONG ARM
salaser, !. ... 1M MT. NI atK .
tart.|Mr. s. Hw aye .4 .(MM t I i.kb rab e4 on Sugarland Odell resigned in January to become hea1tboch'at, the Univcr- S. D--(AP- l was i> Sp't Mr. and Mrs. G'.ji: .Chmrlic of TRIUMPH

......... ......... llant-h. Clcwiston. where the y sity of Washington ";' .- "i j f 5.:X' St. Valentines day and' the defendant .... 1 I r !tivenide.I119 after spcndm twvweeks COFFEE
1jb......... ..... r.. ANw..y., tnitrtt l States Sugar Corpora- -- .. ." '-' ',-.': ., :.... let his. heart run'away ,.Navf Wi.+cS"dllbNo: C3 pon. ; ; MILL
......h JM...., Ihr I ....., tifirralrs 44tro( :seers of impttnril -- with a checkbook. t. hispocketbuok. I I.- in the Island City Iff Ytw- j
..4!..4 ........... 1.. tae... )La.sasset pasture From the date of i uffuersInslullvIl.a C.itbmtllib is I M',. Sun: andWednesday |erday. Before leaving-thry; aid .l I
-. -V.. ......... All will' their Ifiith, ,until November 6, i i 1. Before Circuit Judge O. K. 5andclub.; !. ,' March they will return ail. ., All Oorrr
.ewass M Mhisr. a....*. the. 1 I>47, lliesc sleets were on grass Jiy. : Siurs; \. 'i Ii { Ihm'fii.Is Whitney he admittedhip gave ITT: 1 ,- : Th" I !
.o ... bra .... It* .Inrab '.uppktnCTttctl by blackstrap mo.I Lut4frfII : ..) ...iilg. I three worthless checks F phi-14. 1 I ;!.Ar\' .Moska, *announced. *at the ft. Subscribe to ._Citizen.. I, r.r_ r rNw r j
R+* I* CbMty I*.***. UflIrkr'i lasses a by-product of the'sugar ; }Fern Chapter, Order',:ftl.c:rr.;-The\rrcreatkn 'committee of !i One was for his pre-marital blood I II cto 1 >;Gof'thca; 'ening hat this will -" --- '
J l >W > I**. .M .. *..... rttw'rs;Iu.gwt one ttf the best conditioner Eastern Star" i installed the following iallcG ubngt4uh is puttini on a I I lest, one to the unly'judge who 1 I probably- become 'a" bi-monthly. APPEIROUTHS''
***. TVf ......III WVIhr "f cattle. "When they: -werewritlxil I performed his marriage cere- W driesayinigltt.event.( ; with the
*** officers. at meeting held
out .>f the 'pasture'enNsember t !td..?ha nle ig.>the: Benefit of thr I II ni > and m'JtJwr0 8, service '
ny ,
.suw.i.. tort lot tferr nwnry.i Thursday night in Scottish hits |I Navy.. Wives. Club as pOn: .rs. i: 'The Store 01 Fashion'
tv .....lM.4.. .....* 2..J11" m.frM .lelssrlMgael I 6. they averaged 1000 ( =*. t Key Well bqptcr. American Hed'i 1 station for honeymoon 'gasoline.I I JI/
.. ......... IHIUIWU riK-h. ::.tall.Worthy Matron, Mrs. Edwin-1.i Cr :.'Jt\\ .....te,a.4tus ttutseler .itsal Al.l' The steers were further con. Warren Worthy atrun, Mr. Ji hn' at WOO) i ..IQrk. at their I Ii I| U. S. expenditures for personal : You 'Grocer, SELLS:That Good
..., eus Meal .... Hi 'meat !UitiutKtl<< in dry lots where they Adams:;:; Asaitlate' Matron Mrs.,i club houarrjjnri Ii ival street to!1 i; I dorneslir service'> tl! ielin td about ;: EASTER Is Nearer Than You TbmkI
.... teMMiite4r" ati to ts'ady fur "err fed blackstrap molasses.i Mary Myers; Associate Patron: which tbcfpublic is invited. '123 I>CT cent between 1923! : and I I STAR, BRAND: :

1# ,..., ..., ....... It te Mfl, Ciouiid ntjp corn sweet potato Mr.. Stanlye Halk-k.: Secretary., ,The 1conifpittee'is: : arranging Hs Ij 19-10.. 1 li' M'A'U.n. M rrft ::Netts
"'.1 i.. ieihr MM M .... ln tnbe mt-al. rvtton seed meal and hay. Mrs. Vera Sterling: Conductress, floor sSbo'V.! :Xvijth' several> well I I I AMERICAN .COFFEE VISIT OUR DRESS SECTION U \ect .
Their average weight on February artist3.pri ljn pIo;ram.These I j| A member of the oak species :I I anaCUBAN tar MBW RrMNp
i > tt z.::= ,..... MswKet ...Rt.I ..." 29 when they were shippedto Conductress.Mrs. Julia Mrs.Brown Viola; Associate:liigcs; : ;'.wiir'im-ludc; Sally Rand '1 grown in the western Medilcrra- :: -_- T 1'A.Pound: .Today- APPAREL. Our selection U lovely beyoe* ....,*"f .

, .1 11.. T.......... ..,. Ocala was 1235 pounds each Chaplain. Mrs. -Ruth'.. Ma/cauT:I SaM/ Dorft' nd His Kolis who will ,, ncan area yields cork. .. -----0----- ,.
c .t ertai a. ...... Al plrytt s ttMd > fir. a gain of 235 pounds in 115 Marshal Mr Kathryn .Mcn, . Whit j.>;tm.t.y flit .trtj j days a little over two pounds : Hez;,Organist. Mrs: Marjorie Curry .'l I It. I I !
-I .*tt i*.lw* Nets Key ,,,per day per steer. The animals: i ; Adah. Kiss', Betty Adams:1 t. ,A table th. sb'ould never h IK? : For LADIES
rlite.aM .t Ikmt. and were purchased by Webb City Martha; Mrs. Elizabeth Butler; 'used'without'a silence cloth of "cotton" the charm DRESSES
4 t4 sretiee, with. tkll Vatcs': Drug Store St. Petersburg and :recta. Mrs. Irene .Adams; Warder -.I suitable.material-under it Mats. i juniors of 'a! and Children :

,k .....III nr. Ic I fhipped to the Herman Sausage Miss Elizabeth'"Rosam: Sen-j.however; li'pXild never have cov-. .
, oas M srttk.aj .lake this: Company. in Tampa for slaughter-t finel, Mr.. James' Sheppard.: tirings under them t a! c7o+tonloggomg. v y .
i tag.Rtiffines
p.! setts d boss; -:- ra 1 EASTER ..
t real .tqs; ARONOVITZR S39j SI9CJj.
; k4 thanhs.e; ". Visit t It's love at first sight U HATS .

Itn hold when juniors meet Doris
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u+r+ .
........ fWd b..e: In Island CityMr. F 't : EISTERIS Dodson! Small wonder

r- M....: ttc.M I.W; I when she makes cottons s 4 s 1 cord J. .. hinuulalitnl, .
waa.&d.... o tei 'kld: like these tor flatter ..1'(.41'11.. I..r..rnl. .
and Mrs. Irving' Ruffine.
.. tI"'Y. reedier:
trertsgles w. W IS. lORd 5"- 95 Linden Boulevard. Brooklyn. figures like those? Creates Y r. N I";=e; 3 . lUll I 1'AiVTY\' URDUvSBOYS' ; .
spent 'ycitjrday in Key West renewing styles that take ; .
lc.. M town =-into (sit ts '. +
acquaintances at The or country .
Tstst Jabobur..Mua9hy.Mr1 Citizen pUke and In. the city. their stride are as ,,".
IU make .
BUI C U* r
.. : Ruffine was formerly a'linotype ::13 perfect under the summer ....
Whiter .
old Morning
with the are
Rtr Wee An Stan operator moon as they Gabardine
Tw H.. .... tort bent picked Journal being employed ba'.-kin the sunn day through. : (Long Pants) .
t9t. 14 AMwrr. fb4 rU. SanAnttDa4s. 1915. He is now* connectedwith -.-. ,i. .
&.M. Nead.a9trais..1 the Fairchilds Corporationin S;: Our Beautiful Array of SUITS a" ,.
............ L* lrriAttMMT. the same capacity in"his'home. + 'i. Sizes
4 to M Year.C .
VaUcs Pam town. "
R .t'
r .... .lay &Jwn III the local Ruffine was well impressedwith : ;.( '. ;l .
the rtsit, the changes made in the I.
f tiers .iII k ets11 play NewestHANDBASGS .
Island since he left here 1 .
to* Twrata.Tlw City '"
<. ..,. .U.. apeR *t I p. m. some 33 years ago. ':;,. 1 I .-. il lsllhiltiUt .

.... Yes TowW4 will prHk.iM ..............ea...e...* DRESSE.S .. : '- :
_ IJt PL M. Hit tame W1U begin in WHITE and PASTELSHEADQUARTERS 4 to f
: FOR SALE x. I \ /t.t1/ .
To Give You That .
' t '
; I IASKE'fBALL Cafe for ff. 3 r r n. 'U'U' Hr :

I The Weal IcLT Flexees Bestform 1: ".:.
, cube r
sII(: +:UlJl.l t, !1 SOO DUVAL STREET \ / and Life BRASSIERE i i: .. .a

f _1- --. fcf City I\ecrMUOII $500 N 1 'a.

!R NHI. iYMw ; : GOOD ',
IMCH la All lhe New Fqbrlrs, Jr : .2 .
i w
CHiC'"$ Joints 1..Nrint F ,
ss I New York by PERQUETTE ;3 ,r t . : 1IIU.r.: \ .' slip .
far -

IH0IUAY. MARCh 21 !- I.I.r !I...................*>.... COMPLETE//: l 'i' ;a: s. ,.t .
--MI.I1rMt1t""II'f'L #t .M tiMre4tte .

.---1"t WrM Ek irk vs. a9n9u udam 'ntralnlnnaunlnuw BEAUTIFUL EASTERACCSSO'RgS l 1. ,..,. lilt t........... .
J..wnt c.'snhs, I by Gotham Gold Stripe J I
,-- ....... Sport bhup raMaur caperVALSPAR r (.Mot N M aaNesaM .

K.h4.AUTOMOIILE. i I .-,. NEW I EASTERDRESSES ':3s.) 'a, \ M I Mrbd Toh.W n. IMeetasrM rs
: \ Ma
II A TV in WHITE and r : / '\ i ;a .56I..c.
ihug 11/VlO/ fi t tats .
Slae All Shades for CHILDREN: >>:tJ" : >> M r tent i .411.. .
: esds/M..a31U'1t --. _
w. ... all ...-m...... when I in Rayons and. Cottons '.. .. .
aid Mf Marts gietng you NYLON HOSE f. /.t IM aMeePI ... .

fipafV.. a The one coat Enamel.' t \'VashSuiis Shirts psld._. .
eeMy a t.sykb tin of the '.IV 1 Jr' Sn m liter Shades. U ,
...... Pettiti l.........a.Fillings.P Dries in 4 hours. v EXTRA SHEER and :Jt i et ; >reMtl9.U .
....... Fan ...... Also in the 30 Denir and Pants for, Coys

a AT town" SCMVICC .. -*- .
I, The only Enamel 'a

|I'IHtt): : 1 II 1 711{ mode withGenuine SLIPS and PETTICOATSlmg h SHOWING A LARGE ASSORTMENT of B .

rJ JANE aRdSHIN E I Yalspar. '.Lruliflr[ ; .Children's f Shoes B ,roA .

lip CftTHA STREET r -,r" ; I in White Red. Brown. Black Inesi4UK. ....... ........
Easy to keep -
"Sun sad Strew". Doris Do&cnWhite. .
CHILDREN'S" W Brown and While. Black and I "
shoulderem edsundressasteen.perrtt
, dean \ r. I Many styles: to choose .hen-you add 'M bdern.I .
STRAND THEATRE J lF1111 SOX ,t-.t' .' } x from. Sendals. Pumps. OxBlue, pick beige. jute .h,mbt'7

! caw C..daliesad. 'in.SHADES PASTEL.,. "'.fStt'i" "..j.. ,. ;t f I fords. Ankle Strap. Saddle .ith embroidered landing 9 to 15. : / .al BeachW&qr<< :

Oxfords. T-Straps. Etc. $1 f.7S
NMWTREASURE: The Enamel ,:: : : flew Lathed::.. $Mt41 tip Mee
only -
Or THC StCRRA MAOHIT mad with FEATURING ..Beach' Towels ..... Hate eiiofci. taut.. .
Mowpbi.V SogaLwill. 1 V/HJfE; SHOES-W HW the!. Pleasure 'of Showing AIM mi:l r.oosi: SHOES-fur CIIII.DHK.N: : -.:;. : .

1 ., MwiM asd -n. Holt SELEtTlQN. S :.
I1 + THLARGEST I.. .Ii.-*' DRESS ana-:' I'lAY' SUUF2 ,: y h SmL.y'THAT : i Whit.eSh es for Ladies and Children in White. Green. Red. Grey. Black. Balenciago. '. SlE SHOES: e....... : :

HACN: GIRL'beooM and Multi-Colon \... .......,

Sena-1WltY' ,, 3 Lodi;*"' RHYTHM 5H *ION to* __:
: BUSH and FREEMAN SHOES for MEK' ....
) !\1\T Sport and Dr s,Shuts. Esquire Sox. Polo : and SPORT WtAJl
\ t iTlLlll Shirts Johnsonian Shoes.Hines Underwear I: .Vlso RMVTIIM .
Showing STE
N.w MEN'S Sport Coats Sport Shirts Neckwear New Summer | 1iiwiltIli;. Js1 .* **
or THE ELSINORLf" HOME weight SUITS and Large Selection of TROUSERS .

"..I L.kutttatang .--BOYS' Shirts. -Sport Coats and.Long Trousers- CATALINA Saint Suits for Ladic, Men &: Children RED GOOSE: SHOES" for UHU KfDN .


**nuh Ptet.u.r S05 Slmonton Street I Key; West's. Largest Store ,
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