The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 24, 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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lie alao. M n (.red.TIC 4 said thai employes' Easter rvitewill be held .... ...
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Mere acvrral' witnesses' desiring -to attend I I Sunday at 11 a. ,n. and the subject and Clarmr G kttNn. ....
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fIlM and staMfd Iwrt i In this city, Tel-Aviv and '. :. I ,.i ....... Aal .......... Mstturtira
IMwgh bark, the blade pent Candidate For ]: Haifa sounds<< of filing continued :\;: bgoitre tr ..... .

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........ Irvin lapel Funeral there was still desultory siiuol- -: ::...1 1ay..n .I Iii Crtwh M1rw+s. A .w. "-
1_ ... raited and she was (:nlrel i il ;Judge; ing. .;, >.".::,- ; I Ie MM1r a ... .
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taken i Seven liumlirtl Aiaks arc attacking Iiirume-Tax-Iletliiclioii hill k' olie ..... r.m.a -
ri'.d whew" he reached" theliasastal. Miami a Jewish Karrhxm; in the K : spat .Is ha pee...s.M tit"
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territory Ix'yvnd Haifa, and news rt To lie lased AII Also Market a >aneee .d ,Ihbt' .
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received here N j H that 1 II 1 Jews r.
IM, fl> and leaped the. Naval circuit judge in group one, is inKey had been killed and that the attack Will He ItelmabilitatiouMeaure .1 .......... .-...r.r.a. b... _.
Ani-U Ureet.Uttof West today meetingwith .1I
ft*. fmr in continumc. a Leases Irys'rala.n Mfr err.Ceas .
Sheriff Moreno active supporters Her in, .a veteran was I i Building. .
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Wafer*. vpon bra. arrival at the of Worid- '"War- II, and .:aJ;; that intelligence on, dispatched : I Market bas leased 30 ........ M 111E. M/re.. ..

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the Arab foi('eS. .3.yya. ; \ WASHINGTON, March 24.-- wee Ones I.s Aed
Wilson.. -the.-Florida Key .on. "4 Simonton and Greene street. ..
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Wilson hu to this city from Miami.. s. .s> The incoine-taxtreduclion bill i1i from, A Ji. iiuaost'and Muler1rian
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*.. rstatcn J. C. McLaman. i the duties of a circuit-judge and While Division) s is stated it will be vetoed by The building will be tued. by whhh- atria sale ....... ,.
his qualifications to hold President Truman. Reports said wholesale store
A IWT aelerted by Peace Justir state ; Broadway as a ; .
J, Y rM1"'..IV.$ viewed the office. f that he will take that action lv Rivero said. He also said that n.., .....r tease rfo t.reA .
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tartar .. tips ruMnl Ilume. neighboring Dade county. Ice that congress probably will over j bar to tax stamps on packete..1 5ke weed

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toiav In the" office of Sheriff I School and later worked his way and Division shoots was sold for w Even leading Democrats said I buy the! cigarettes: from other.i ...... _e rreraUu

ell**. A. ___.Jft', through the University of Flori $25,000; by Mr. and Mrs. EduardoC. pC they did nut think the President'sveto : wholesalers. I area act ..... .. ea rand
T .-,,. t.....W* of Cewlio da. In the period 1936-38 he \vsMcretiry Gomez to Mr. and Mrs. Christian i ; will hold this time. The reduction ; !I f srier egret ...
l........ t,........ T Am...... ""nGf'nr I I to J. Mark Wilcox. then 'Wagonseid of Port Jervis, N. approximates $4 billion I .Fabulous! Bookworm* atesarr. Mse rli.14th
eta H. "-, ,. ** tJwynn. .*- United Static representative: Y. according! to a warranty ciptxlfiled 800 million. I' .tn IndIa Will Dir j -.--
tf Tatm sad flay llamlln. '! from this district. yesterday in the office of There was talk! it I",'* l.-,<>y I NEW: DELHI. IndU. Nti'IIndia' :
lie was president: of the Miami Circuit Court"Clerk Russ C. Saw- about the congress cutting down .
Junior Chamber of Commerce, a the President's budget of $41 billion ; l'I'rtrnf'ftt
vice president of the Dade Coun- by 2 1-2 billion. Commenting : has: ordered from th**'d I
1Pm l wrutures ty Bar Association and chairmanof yer.Weather !\ (Al Wircphoto via Radio from Ruine> I I on that proposed slash by States a modem 300 cuhif<< funtSMS .. I Arrive PrMi\; ,
the public relations committeeoJ Man\' Republicans, leading Demiseratspointed chamber to kill belie. b> j
the Florida State Bar Associattttn i out that the proposed de worms. .. .
I Sunday night in a joyful celebration over news that the United The of Italian link I this. 101fT II" .4
in 1941. Hcrin volunteeredhis f fence program will entail the expenditure pmwc& .,.. ... .. .. .
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iteller services in the United States States. Great Britain and France have joined in a declarationthat of another $10 billion worms" has heroine If'g..rwtaryTh"y ...
.(ttMa 46trams. Navy prior to the attack on Pearl i. the city should be returned to Italy. The topmost cele dollars. Both the house and the can eat everything under N.vai ....e Mew '-. '.,
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29 Harbor and had five years mili- Truman D. Dingcldein. mcteoi-' brant waves a flag. :-enate are inclined to enact legislation ; the son except cost iron it ued '

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r........II 29 !I annv of occupation in Japan and port with the U. S. wcurthcr bu- of the draft law and the compulsory scant respect for ,levics ttwrt ...., ...... .erl ttlM.
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3'C" I in the Far East to the United In the determined fight thatis are known to thrive cm deadly 1 .
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....... 52bKy States Department of State.. Dingeldein.was in the Island' to be made to try to stop communism ..(nite. arid wormwood awl an,- '
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I Outsanding among his legal City for years. Summon Firemen Vessel City many congressmen asserted matic cardamon.
c... bU Mn work Is that of serving as counsel ------ -- that there is much sentiment I Laziness is not in th.thehu.... Sau Man (Jut 4erN
( fair Dade delegation at i in for the passageof of the Indian bo>,kw. .
37 to the county congress pry n n
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3: I Tallahassee in 1939 and 1941 during ARK YOU QUALIFIED: another lend-leasc bill to provide When it is not eating! it i. rr ',
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11 raw 52 than 40 bills adopted by the legislature ni ht. Georgia i a vowel loaded with coffins Eastern European nations and I lays annually nearly one when. : ilbh .e1.e.msatd r MM b

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I1dr.rpMew declared Italy, was taken from the ship The draft law will .... i.. -
.. :&.! 1 the 700 block in South sticct.Tlicie yesterday by the CG-84403 and hatch. < w. v .. Vi.vwhu
exempt married men. World War I ..
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.n WET was also a grass fire at White treatment of a scalded left leg. 27 years 'of age according to I
.. WMl Aireft 7S ; iJ' I. trect.. Firemen The Coast Guard boat was under ...... Democratic radlAtkr1ir 1 .
I and Fldglcr/ t> : I. statements made .av bv
1.. "......a 49 Painted came back from the first fire and command of Chief Boatswain'sMate and Republican rongress- nI eta Mot ssarIlex .. ..
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...... White1street blaze. Cape Georgia off the reef.'BRADYVS
3* Saled bids will be received byI : fight grass ..... p.a..rM.. 1nr .
"__W liti.w I lie Naval Submarine Base; April 1\\ *- an .... .. IlriFawe -
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an1m1nnwtln8nnallIIInm! llDlllilII3J1JlIDln.'IIIU1t! i ,. .", TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES xAilltbigi
: .r,*f : merit PREPOSTEROUS QUESTIONWhen / ;: t
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West In : |
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1'.Mt noisy Ib"vt ....*,. ir thlatllar.
America) '
,1 1R'rra1. _.. sad P.k/Mb.e we noted in The Citizen that.64 (Knew
4 s v,tl B. ANTKA* .-..- _-.- I' JoeC3artow: famed poet the teyAMM. :-= ..
# w.M .... .... 8II1M11.. local candidates are aspiring for office, a Days Cone By 1754-In liberal thinker, ....... .... ... .,..
author h4 day
4 tti.o.e M4 AMk 'tretat ....
,1.1/ |*Mtr lw w.>a>.. |. K.f West A 4fe thought about that oldtime saying, "Two __ ItoraDS born in Ccnn. Died in Poland.
r. : 1 _ =- tratrAt ,t Dec .24, 1812. !
hearts that beat as one, came to,mind, for eorus THE CITIZEN OF It M. MMRtM.d, thin
elaM matter NewYork
ttIinNt a..eM4 famed
.! unable to determine. I' sow __ = ,MARCH 24. 1938 j i 1755-Rufus King f.I. are .rsPl i.d aRlarttMne "
what reason we are U. S. senator. ambsrj r
t ,....a1Ia....rIu M'.M TNw 1.-d M.MIC14TSP.a..Su...sty raa.ailtl.d t.w .- working of the % AERa.; IIUIIIUIIIIDJIIIfJWJ..UIDIiIJIIIllIDlDIDII. l i i Presidential candidate horn IIScarboro. IR.....".
.... .............. u. all .... dl.paeeredlt.. 'dII Nobody can fathom the ; Sales of in Key. West: Maine Died April 29-
.. .. ... .. rponge
M 4 vtlkrrvlM d a. lkla a sad d C.
t, JU* tl. ..... -.. ...,....... ..- human mind. We may smell cornbeef and % L = _= have shown decided increase in.; 1827. Beware Co.RSA r
f" the last week, culminating in a
r ... instantly it starts a 1820-Fanny Crosby blind author
.Irn. N.TftS cabbage and
r... ._ ___I...... cooking, total of $18,000 in the last two' of several thousand hymn! frUiBi M
f ....h .... ... I." thought that takes us back to O days. Y. Died V
..-... ,._ __ ___m-- 1.5I train of born at Southteast. N. a
It1 ,,- po Eli in live that: was associated --=--- Feb. 12. 1915. ThatCREOMUL Hair
t strew. -- ._,. 'T" T some incident our Local and visiting fishermen ':I 182S George Franc Train
I .. .11' .-Tt.... "TItA with that dish. Psychologists characterize daily are adding specimens offish promoter, world financier. aUin.
lied. Kwa rt ANN. :atlo! _. that of thinking as the association to theK.y West Apuarium. lar-lecturer, noted.eccrtitti of 'dial. p stall
type M
,.. vTtro '" tft his day born in'ost n. Died and
r .a A. ......... .apR17........ ..... wf .....k.. r..irtNaiM1 of ideas. (ALL FKUREs ARr GN/DIAINF TOTALS I Albert G. Roberts, son of Mr Jan. 13, 1901.183fJohn. .- a yaw
., ... .... ...... .... .........., 'et "'. Mrs. to w
.PI'' .r two-heart thought i is not exactly and Ernest Roberts of Key \I Powell soldiery tbmid WsrseMMt .Ntrurs.1f
...... 4 __ ., ,_ re'. .. .._.. .. aUte. But that
I. ..._ .. ... trulu 'wtIk" West, has been appointed tu a i: director r-Ir ra.ta
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.a.n.laac..a U '" it acted naturalist, explorer,
on us
... ... .. .. in that ategory yet ,
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.. h.- M Ma t. .n a. .' .. grade A pc :itinn in the administrative of the Geologic) Survey taDE
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M Il1MN......M. __ ...i.e. ., .:aT' quickly as the odor of cooking cabbage has department of the Bitu- : fgirst to explore tl.e'Grand Canyon
:: .::..-. ..t Is Sill' ..pN" ... done on occasion. We thought of the 64 minous Coal Commission in born Ml. Moni. N Y UIt-d t o have turn R.r.!
l tu Washington according to infor-
: hearts of the candidates that are pumping Sept. 23, 1902. :
mation received in Key West to 1851-Garrett P. Servuss. Jour
.. KTY WEST anxk.usly. .Say what you may about any day. nahst, popular writer ten a tr.*' f or Coo>d)>+sa iMM
t Dam...II7IN _
A0VOCAT8) BT THE CITIZEM man, he has his anxious moments when he __ __0- ... .1.. __
Is running for office. Those moments are Key West: Chamber' of Commerce Enjoy a Thrilling "Trip ABroaa-
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officials are (today canvassing -
: -; I, M.r* Holeb and Apartments.Wp worse in some cases than they are in others. ballots for the election ofa 64$
had candidates tell that board of directors.A j vana
a. Beach a.d Bathing Pavilion. I We have former us r

_ l'i': So Alrport -Land and Sea.and- 1 their thinking about the contest in which dispatch from Washingtonin i'
: 4. CenMlidalkM. County entered has interfered with '
r GewnunenU.Auditorium.. they were The Citizen today says that I Ir
City their sleeping.We ---- -, -. two contracts will be raided I
.; S. C.almuaity in making the improvements at
recall four years ago, a Jocal victorious TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS Angeles, noted artist, born in the Marine Hospital in Key West. a

candidate who confided to us, whenwe (Know America)) Sweden 55 years ago. I i ii

told him he had put himself under too Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New noted Karl Arnstein plane designer-builder of Akron Ohio, i Mr. and Mrj.: : Hillburn Collins r S. LORtDA
fill MONOGRAPHTniman. great a starin during the campaign, that York born at Owasso Micrt. 46 born in Czechoslovakia, 61 years I I and visiting.son,Vr Robbie.. and who Mrs.had Bernard been: on the Palatial <&.

the sleep he got the night after the elec- years ago. ago. I Allen Mrs. Mervin .
I 11'e4deat Miss ixirothy C. Stratton.-act. and Mr. and Overnight horn MIAMI Basel J t P M eve

6. U*.*lilf1on. D. C.' tion was the sweetest sleep he had ever ing director of personnel of the Musk! a perfume ingredient, is L.home Miami.left today for their f

.. Pear Marry experiencd. He had worried himself intoa Int. Monetary Fund, Washington, obtained from the,'''mu?k-deer of MONDAY-WEDNESDAY-

k .U said you are planning to re- state of haggardness during the cam- field wartime, Mo.! Spars. 49 year head ago.born BrOOk-I emitted the Far East from, but the the musk-ox odor is, also and County Commissioner Norberg I RETURN SAILINGS TUESDAY THUflSnAy SUNDAY I PI

ttrirt Information from Government of- paign, and had lost weight, so his winning Lieut. Gen. Lauris musk-rat of India the muskduckof Thompson ami on official who business had b?en returned in Mi-

of the Prww 'wont like eased his mind and gave him the sound the Air Staff in Washington, born WE._,t Australia the musk- I
r fir**. The boys in Minneapolis, 41 years ago. shrew the musk-beetle the cen- today. SPECIAL EXCURSION fARE 0NIY 'M. pile.tow.

that beraoM thh form of classifying sleep of a healthy baby.If Dr. Peter E. Macaulty, provostof tral American alligator and other ...... umt Wi*.....f ..*..! .*t
John C. and John.
t Information would amount to virtual you have a keen eye, you may see Baltimore Johns born Hopkins in Grace University Bay,, animals. Jr., now residents Higgs in Tampa son. ire TWO GLORIOUS NIGHTS AlOUD JHif(1( MCM* Wf Mf. .HMHC.

6 teaaanlhipa candidates in Key West walking about in a Nova Scotia 47 years ago. Read the Classified Ads In The in Key West visit!rig relative. Special! bean Ticket CM< ..., to ..... tm HMM M sire *.**

THE ORACLE. daze. Why worry? That's no question to Christian von Schneidau of Los :Citizen.:i I I
... Mrs. E. M Moore, after .
a ..
-- -- -- ------ The -FLORIDA-WOT i. th. .I.w..l-w.r Ie r.Nawm .f!
fling at a man who i is campaigning for olor. .. .......-..___...__...... .
-- -- .r.v..w .sr.. i visit with relatives in Key Havana. A delicious dinner. t,i.>to. t end wsMBraw I ILA
tion or reelection.Ver :you in his boots, West, returned to Miami today. aboard ship in each direction .4m.a M. ..... s.......r .Mt ttq
days! Balkoon. orcheitra cocktail fwd ........... .
WHAT EVERY BOY SHOULD HAVE you would know the question is preposterou Political Announcements
pleasure enroutel'
Today The Citizen says in an your
1 f I''!' 8 editorial paragraph migration inspection enrovt' MW ....... 1Uim daswl
I .
Hawthorne in his' story oftTThe Great DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 4, 1918 I j "If taxes were reduced to a letuftiing to

'. !PIMM Fare** picture a boy growing under Most people are ready to spend other .. ... ... ... ,I common would .jtill be denominator tax d "there TRIP FARE "ST* 44.*. .....
1 people's money. --------- -- --- -------- -- -------- dgers. I

tW Influence of a high ideal. The granite For Governor For County Commissioner I See your Trorel Agert .far....,,.M..*Ie t* *. P t 9
profile on the mountainside, which he seeseach FORCE NOT ISM, THE EVIL W. A. SHANDS f Fifth District From of the 1940 metropolitan to 1947 the area population of Office in Miami. Municipal to.t: T.>*rHoR. t WF1BGHT

morning from his cottage door is anesprlni4on (BILL) W. A. PARRISH I Los Angeles increased by abouta I CARGO JOUCIUO .*..&to ....stone. st<*..MMtf

best in human There people who believe million people.
to him of what U are that a -
For State Comptroller ';J} ,For SuperintendentPublic .
character. Association with this ideal creates Socialist is an ally of the devil and that the EDWIN G. FRASER 1 Instruction From 1940 to 1947. the popula- ; -YH })EH Hs i It ... ) ".- It

a dire, and the influence of this de- doctrine of Socialism is too pernicious to be WILLARD M. ALBURY tion of the State of New York increased S oIo"U_ ll .l ..

purr cause him to grow like it. Such.Is the considered by intelligent people. For,.State;i Comptrolle.r by- about 613.000 .people. ]
rMitt of rornnanionfthiD with the great and This, at least, was the opinion before (Xncfenbent) '. / For Superintendent
-- tree good. the Communists reached the stage' where C. M. GAY I ,lt Public Instruction

f'" Although Hawthorne lid! not realize they denounced the Socialists?as in HUn- For' State Attorney. r ,l'I t t HORACE O'BRYANTFor '

it he wa setting forth the underlying gary, as "the last enemy of democracy." WEBSTER G. WALLACE j Superintendentof ;

philonophy of the Boy's Club of America. In fact the Communists in Hungry declared Public Instruction I WHERE THERE'THERE'S COKE

( The leader in Boy' Club believe in Haw that Socialism "must be annihilated." For State Representative /\' MELVIN l E. RUSSELL

thorne'* idea that association. with a:good We think it is necessary, in connec- BERNIE'C.For *- )::1R !i I

;. ideal create a desire to "grow like it."' tion with the various isms, to always keepin For Clerk of Criminal Court

r. The Boy' Club of America believe in mind the right of people to believe what For StateMILTON RepreaeQ itve .-L .C._ SAM B.-rL CURRYFor t !I I

U irvldance and leadership. Here is the they wish. The danger in Communism, as A. PARROTT t Clerk of Criminal.Court REFRESHMENTet77rt

creed of the Do,'* Club: it bestrides Eastern Europe today, arises (Mickey) I HARRY DONGO ; -

"Every boy in any community:should from the Communist use of force to gain I I
For State Representative For Supervisor of
f have opportunity free time activity, and objectives. TOM O. WATKINS I Registration

th* companionship of boys in a good en- While we do not believe that Communism I I JOHN ENGLANDFor

vir..nmnt under good leadership, in any of can best Capitalim in a free competition For Sheriff I I t r..

his free time. .-*' throughout the world, we would not FRED O. EBERHARDTFor i Judge Juvenile Court '!
needs in the the freedom of civilized indivi- I DAVID E. McCURDYFor
.:VI'I') boy guidance think that Sheriff ';, Ji1Jfif !

choice of his free time activities .in behavior duals faces real menace if it were not for ALTON GOEHRING Judge Juvenile Court l

t and In his attitudes toward others, the. ove/ecome political opponents.This ("Dutch") FRANK O. ROBERTS 'I If if
family and church relationships, girls, willingness on the part of the : i.
I' backed the For Sheriff < t I For Justice of Peace bi
education, employment and government. Communists to use force, by
t First District listen *
"Every boy should have a medical examination 1 power of Russia!' concentrated in the handsof BERLIN A. SAWYER j I to 4fnlffH!
at least once a year, and remediable a few men spells danger to democratic For Re-election -I{ Re-election I \\KN\I., I h.A. I.M.N ,

defect should be corrected. institutions everywhere. Obviously, the For Sheriff

El "Every. boy should have opportunity individual in any country in which the JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD I For Justice of Peace ,i

and the cannot expect to re- Second DistrictMYRTLAND
ft* physical training, athletics Communists operate
.l For Clerk of Circuit Court
development of physical fitness. tain his privileges unless he is ready to use I CATES I
"Every boy should have opportunity force to meet the force of those ho would 1 For Justice of Peace I I

: to learn and practice wholesome health coerce and enslave him. For Clerk of Circuit Court] Second District :


"Fen.., boy should have opportuntiy RUSSIA 25 YEARS BEHIND County Tax Assessor i For Justice of Peace "

for education on a personal interest bash, CLAUDE A. GANDOLFOFor Second District b1
of the atomic :
While there is no :
to develope' vocational skill. and to discover SAMUEL R. SILBERMANSAM a.'o _
bomb, in the sense of fundamental princi- County CommissionerFirst
vorational'aptitudes.Every ;
science reporterfor District ( ) ,1 : -
boy should have opportunity pls. William L. Laurence i. : ir.Jtr
there : JOE ALLEN I ::
If) develop interest and skills in hobbies The New York says For ConstableFirst a

art cultural activities which enrich life. 'literally thousands of secrets in connection For County Commissioner District t.. aE ..tiw

".:ve". boy should have opportuntiy with its production and that; it is "prepos! First District CARL J. INGRAHAM I. Y
Russians have
to experience outdoor life away from terous" to think that the J. OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor For Constable

solved them. > ;. tf
eitie/. tNEUTRALS County CommissionerFirst t First District
expresses the belief that
:Mr. Lawrence
District 1
Soviet Union will not be able to makean
atomic bomb before the middle of 1952 Constable

With the larger nations" of the'world and that, in the meantime, the United For County Commissioner,!' First DistrictC.
made improvements in its Third DistrictCLARENCE FLONEY PELLICIERFor
Ii l forming into two. antagonistic groups, it is ; States wiil '

I not surprising that the Arab States see the production methods. Consequently, he HIGGS ConstableFirst

advantage of ,being neutral. r i ,j. does not believe that Russia!' can overtakethe For County Commissioner DistrictBENJAMIN

Certainly, if there is_a balance of power United States' lead for at least a quar- Fifth District J. PIERCE

,between the opposing gi'oupaAny neutral ter of a century.Mr. WILLIAM G. CURRY i! (Bennie)

group of state' would be able to tip : Laurence believes that one of the For County Commissioner
For Constable
I relations between the
best to
balance. Fifth District
the j First District
This .U the same position that some of United States and the Soviet Union wouldbe HARRY L. HARRIS I j BERNARD H. WAITEFor

minority group have established in to "stop talking about dropping atomic I Ask for it either f J\
cvrjr :
the world' of the United States. bombs on Russia." He asked people to For County Commissioner 1 ConstableSecond trade-marks
the politic remember that atomic bombing of Russiaon Fifth District District I mean the smt tktxg.OTTUD / .

I suffifcient to force capitulation JOE JOHNSONFor JOSE ESPINOSAFor
choir had rendered a rather a scale UNDER AUTHOIITT. OP .
After the Tat COCA COIA C..,*M* .f '
Klegt1on the minister opened the : would require the destruction of many County CommissionerFifth Constable KEY WEST COCA-COLA: IIOTTI.i:\c cnMi't:%Ya
In Acts i cities and the killing of forty million per-
"Adine XX: 'And District Second District !
and bft j ...-...,...iyoac
after the uiroaJjJz r,had used I sons. EDNEY PARKER w CHARLES G. PAPY -, j'l


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e............MM.. N"-"..-k.4d,-1 people born this day. There is a .4 if. i
.-..Ps-.....p.d.. .. .s..1.t.r' ?_N_.__.. Jove of cheerful company an sway .. ,iPOOR OLD CRAIG I
Mww...... manner with' art impulsive pas> .a .
........... ion that would Indicate the nee4 i
of careful restraint..There is great : WHITE STARCLEANERS .: i Service Station !i

..**.II IHCHK MAt,. Mterary ability, if it is allowed*> I i i: : J. H. BRA Y..MuMfWfraads. .... .. :
.Qevelope. yet ease and luxury are sat'Dlrblml
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............. ., stronger factors than desire .foM : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. : !
.b.Nlrt19.1ss.Ii ., ... earth or renown v P, 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tube'. Batteries Ante' Ater. a.YoUr .;

1.r/-4MSrb.o.. ........I.-r.. I., ........ __ -es. : 122 SIMONTON STREET; : : '- PURE OIL cad GASQUNS GMiw" .
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M_ ... /-.b. DoingARMED Dry Cleaning
err 8II.In .-.--... : : ; ; ;; .ll
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a.b-Novae--..... I SERVICES Free Pick-Up and QOY SHOP :
..............l..a ..- r Y.M.C.A.f1 Delivery Service : o
a........ M NIM.... .... SUITS for MEN : : SO&.OSAuto .QJ\EEJfE aT i
I..M.... -....... f. Jackson Square. Whtteha' .. .. ( ) ct
1.s. ns.N 1' La. ..wr.i. I and Southard Streets : mid) WOMENMadetoMeassure : : Painting 4S00 i to(, 'S5 !

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VJ..-...... ... ,........... i 1:00P.M.: -Fishing Party: Naval .... ....... ,. ..... :.........
*... ...... to.___..... Hospital Patients.
Joint Pro i
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/1e. ... ( .S-20 P.M.-Ye Ole Country'P r. .d. !> : .. Hi3 1AwrY .
...4-.u. ... __..1.. ty, featuring Square Danc- 13'-0" 10-61 1'-4 T r ii: ft : I S...uor.-<< : ,
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.ai-aIM........ lie .....IIMN.e...-..wP .. 10:15 P.M.-Weiner Roast on the ...' G QAGC r' I Iwu isL LOPEZFuneral : ; :
... Patio Grille. $ DONALD BARBER
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.-.1SU. .... ".-..-.. 9:00 P.M. -Dance. John Pritch. a Service : w. SpcJaflt to I
.......... ,... AII-N. ard and His Orchestra.! : Scalp Treatment lair Hy.... :
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8 JO P.,M. Friday. Nite. : Ie S : Phonc.175 AW' :::: "":T-YI...scad s : !Ii IiI.

..4P4bs s4 .... f kh : Y." sponsored-Tourist by.the Chamber at the- Licensed i Funeral ............................................
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-- and Saturday Entertainment .:. : Embulmcrs24Hour f.STi; :s, BEAUTY: KOOK : .1

U'fWO'lC FROM AMI moo P.M.Movies.I<
f .. ..... ....... : Scientific Beauty Culture :
<* > 4O. IO:15P.MSecond Show 'feature .
.. ., .. .a Ail BraoeheaThoroughly +
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r NM.' .,. : Ambulance : : Fzperin c d !Ii
Sunday -
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11:00: A.Mw "Go to CHURCH j !i-' I
THE 1848 MODEL HOUSE being erected in New York's Grand Central Palace for the National : : Phone 637 838 FUmwi Si. j *
WYtlIsa.1'. MARCH 94 Parties. 135 Night 696Key ,
... 3.00P.M.-Classical Hour, se- Hcme Show. April 17-24. designed ta illustrate "an optimum level of li"ing.Tll a modified ranch .......................- :.................... ............. .....ti
1. aipIte '& teal..wLIM lections announced. style dwelling was planned for the show by Rudolph A. Matern Architectural Associates. 90.04 .........................................*.**% .:

::.:-r::...,....-": -.'... .... 9:00: P.M.-Fellowship Hour on ISUt SU Jamaica 2. 1.. L. N. Y. Separation cl work play and deep areas ia a featur of the I......._..._-_..__...S.a FomW-r.Customer*. Friends and Inc l\e .la+dlatl
........ the Patio. Community Singing i I
yg. .. N..s ii Y LaIY Nr .nr/ Beatrice..Moreno at the layout. An enclosed private garden. 12 by 22t jt adjoins the living room. A solarium porch Frances Beauty S
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............. .... .......... 10:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour. overlooking the rear. garden dining terrace can belIed for a breakfast room.' The house covers L Frances Paik. Owllrr : tar..: i
"- 1.1.. r were 1.160 squars feet. The plan lends- itself io easy orientation for exposures. If built on the north :. CRIHHCU. VTH&ST
Camera l."lub' meets'each v 1819
e-.:::JIIr : ._. > -.rtf >::: Thursday at 8:00 P. M. side cf a street all rear rooms would !get! the morning sun and the li"ingroom, would face southwest. i 1'haa.a -t
all U.
.* M..,.----... G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Service ------ ._ ___ ____ __ _._ __ __ __ ..L_ BeoiifCulture In ;
fbw .ast 111-ta Organization), every 2nd : CONCH SHELLS : : Per=nents Scalp TtcatTaciaU -... : 3 .
S N A. ..s:.:- .b .-. Md 4th Monday. MAKE IT YOURSELF !! S AU Sixes ; .'Shampoo Mfflntttirlnf : tit'
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.._ "'010-. Game Room: Chinese Check :.' P"-- )11t J
t.N- ._-l.....'. J.e.1.. .q.l-.N era,chess cards'ping-pong pool.writing CENTER BOOMING THREE: HOTELS IN MIAMI at POPULAR PRICES COCOANUTSSPONGES '...........".......FA...a.i.......a..............
.. .. ............. desks, 4 library current PEORIA. 111.-TAPf) a lady :. ...............a.a................SS........:
t-.. ....-- -- magazines: various table games needs a new purse she can buy Located in the Heart of the City .t! S CASA CAYO 1
...- .......s ,.-... tc. it or make it. If a men wants an RATES: WRITE or WIRE :: 1 l\Iarion's. HuEso ': i -
... ROOMS\ .
.. *- Showers tennis rackets, golf REASONABLE for.RESERVATIONS 5S.. .
lt........ .'ijN ash tray..he has the same chDics. BEAUTY SALON .

t ."..wa..l..e.. .1u1. +...-... clubs checking fishing service lines film .cameras service, The Peoria recreation board with BATH and TELEf'HONEFord ::. Will Ship to Any Part : "SOuf11ei mosf.Holt3ft la U.s.A.- .

,,'---, -..-......... mailing and wrapping packages runs handy-it center with when their folks hands who can 1Miller : of V-S. or Canada ; :. 1400..Duval Str*.f -'r""" a. 1S1. !
receiving messages phone booths are Hail TinttogPersonalized -Halt 0at1ba9 ;"I1Z,
Ina40.ol. -0llb. S. Palacio Expert J
: turn out the things they fancy. Marcy e .
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..... .. .. ..... stamps, railway express service the peiJnaMm. .Stylm9 :
are slippers Hotel)
Among products Hotel
... ....... ,.-..-.... available to SERVICE PERSONNEL :' 401 South Street ; .Corective FadaUExclusive '
r .a-.-. ..... .. wallets artificial flowers i "S3 N.E. 3rd St 22S NX. 1st Ave. j29 NE. lit Ave. i J '
but lCtI\EaitilEM _
*..f CknMIMvV t\ i ,-t..__.00._. .*. r kt Ke Levleigh( Davis-DiJ'lleCtot.' .*:-v;.plates. cup** aneer ;. tea pal{ 80 Rooms 100 Rooms 80 Rooms :...KEY....WEST.......FLORIDA........;. i...*..............SS...e.e....e..e............ _
.alb id...< .... .---.... Gerald Pinder-Program Di-j metal serving trays. Some 500 Elevator Elevator ....................a.......................A
MMrt- x.-.a rector. )I persons participate. Solarium Heated: Elevator t.....a.a.a............ -a ft MM. Nat *
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.. ..... .. Beverly Buchanan-Secretary. I 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATIONs f e t t ani Kate Tto*>
-$.%. .. ......t..1.. __trI -...... Doreen Cruz Information I!, Subscribe to The Citizen-25cweekly. REAL ESTATE big .* rUMrt JWaa
I .-.- r. .-.... Desk Aide. b ... .aaa.M .
........ I....r t'MW_t-.>kS __ __ .. .. Sales : :
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\ .. .....,N-.'.._.--.-..-.Nr ......... .. ..... ......88.g..................... : Appraisal : Beauty i

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I ...... ..Y.,0......Vdr-.-....I.a i : Leases
e.... '.. w ...... ,.._-.... :, Rentals : t i
.. ... .. .. Colony
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... ,'..-M 1w....r ..rIA. e Management
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.- I MI .-.:e m....-itb. so Improved' and Vacant Stlftfseet :
.*..w.hIIFb..e : Properties in Key West : ., ltr a
:;': '' se Nut to 1....
and Monroe 1
.. ..... ... County :
I ,,-. W 73 etaaw.1Seatsyr&A -

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V-- .._r., ..le.sww..t .: ;A REPORT TO. KIRCHHEINERREALTOR ........... : s ti

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t7--" 411 Fleming Street : 44 Moat INader1 : .

N.C.CS. C a : 919 Whitehead Str..t : : J' fhow orf
OUR CUSTOMERS : : Phones 124 and 736-R : 7 Ieoufr Callow :
1121 l Dvval Street 1 Telephone 206 for Appointment :

1".l: :\SI: FOKCESWtOIICSUAY ...................... .................Sl:HABI.AEEP OL5............,

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J r"i INSURANCEOFFICE Good Work-Low Prices i

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|ter I11. H N V M.-Billiard*. :: Daily batweta 9:30 A.M. sad *WP :
11rg H+ng. \-'.ugly Riiom as : > -Appointnitats are ccptod ..t s

14.w1...... Many utilities in the Unites) Slats anI I ocaiiM-'of insufficient I : : Item public by Senior St daU .! ,
SM PM. -Hospital sI .
r1esn.s. r'vhwiK Party Joint generating capacity, curtailing power 10 enstoiners.In : TheSouthernmost

1n*.s... MCCH. YMCA and i : r
Opposite Bus Station ;
I IW case.. '"t France, electric l service is available only every other da}. a 1 Schoolof
1r1l.\ t.J I .' i slill hate ;;; of humor-they call it "alternating I A IPHONE Culture
I AI. Equipment I_ ,' : "nut the people a sense NO. 1 : Beauty
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,.e P.M. g'1{ U-SrwInt "
I a.... N.r' W.vefc. ,1 .s.'urrfOllt. / 523 Southard Street \
,.. SO PM. Spanishf V" 1 .
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Deus careful and snrce&!sfiil planning of the Utility -TilE- There are a number available. with. Vr*' .M k....
IVcinncrs Through '
a. r ; .
/ : of state approved instruction who knw .. ....... !I
/W0..... IaVrucln'aa Hoard Key West has been among the very few electric utilities liav r IorlcrilJcnComp'any phases in beauty culture. These *two>n. ""' _11M.
It>d i'JJ II;W PJ4.-Dancing. 1 ; : under expert supervision of a Itemwtf ta. .....
THURSDAY inS sufficient capacity to meet the growing loads of their communities. : 1 S beauty culture do good work at very Jew '
.II AJI., S eo 1'.L-5cwirtl though appointment axe not required. H It :..-t.-:
has also l Iseen in being dIP : '
Machine. Tnwnt. Writ ; The City Electric System: iiniiiie| For Appointment Ste

.$14. .....rn ShoWf1'L only utility in the United) Stales<< 10 our knowledgp.ttllat reduced rate* I ....... ........., 523 SOUTHARD ST.. ... P/iONE/ W7
fJUDAYA :'. :.a a a iI .................................a...N.....
.> Srwinf 'In face of the ever increasing price" of fuel oil and supplies. .
111 Mthiar t :a TY7 0'ewrttrr.P Writ .............a a....: ....sa4ssa. ...... ...a.a .............*.('

leg R.1ai.". bh wen.. The Utility Board of time -cily of Key West pledge* it elf l to Sensational Value

| M rM.L\. ;tee.nmA P.) .-Picnic.ftahing : nieel the electrical; load. :growth of this city with sufficient generating : l larionfINESI a BEAUTIFY

SUNDAY Men! up in advance).i. capacity to prevent a deficiency of power atilt l also to sell.electricity Your Entire fiu. ahk

| 1130. AJJ. -Com- as cheap as i is:! consistent i 'with our financial Maine. : .
......... ILt+skfs't. White ; SMAll a INLAID LINOLEUM
.u.Ia1 Cts4 U S. Sub Ba VC DC Superheterodine .

1t3sd 11Ipdarr.I. I. .:: -' a : Plastic Table Radio or ASPHALT TILE
r.1lF'aahinl }
,. ra 1:61: .. IncL Rectifier) :
Tt1p High "p.'n advance). ,ft.:; i Tubes ( TERMS'EVERYTHING : EXPERTLY 1XST u.zTEI..EI'UONE $
............. srvkr, heusinf.Irtrraturr. ; CASH .or. :.
rtlr. ....... a -.,' for the :. 14.OR ESTIMA1B:
........... libraryIrfephorr : inREADYTOWEAR
*. stK,:.p wrapptnc and : .- FAMILY KeyWcsti :

/.Otng |*Kk+cr... railway exM : :, : CITY ELECTRIC SYM "Why Pay More When a i r
... sense, Uundry pirk-up : you for Less?" :
Can Buy
.......W. 1. MI drfrns fortes
.... $141'. ............. ., CO.TELEPHONE i Floor Covering Co.
);IRS. C. s. ::
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Ex Secretary c 1512 : ; 130 DUVAI. STJICgT KEY WC3T. f ll-',
)It.-1 III1JJA CASTILLO. 1.........e.......... 7 7a
.. SecretaryTW
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tw' 2f Up vrratr tslt new tIo automobile .......................s.ssss. .S........... ","I II 1'II li"III.If1


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In re.: Instate MKNPHU ofJdATILiA .... [ / r i
TW petted attendance *oM
.. record .. iecesard.. tw] '
J |U|Mb at the Divisisn: Strvct t r To All Creditor and Persons Hay- r r' + *

$....U .T rhun| run beeall,3; '; 111-11'1. lug Claim or Iwmands >ginst ,. .t. : .

tdaa., Mr IV rwur. :' Raid Estate: ; : : .. -
Earl E. Ham You and each of you 'are hereby' .of '.
0t1e4L Ttw -cora 'includes all IU 'COltn't 'EAt notified sad required tn presentany ... .. *** :?
,.)a,. elalsjis and demands which at eYrr I
; IaMM a t haft iwt been. .bWnt' i yo., or either nf. you., mar have *
.dt tardy. .ins the first period of rains raid Kstat fMali Ida .
'. It's Too1IIany'CnPs Meadel. deceased. late of Bld ; *>:>.
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stetted atn.nt of this srhool t''' County to the OmBty Judge ; .* '
y..,. Tie list fulkfwiiCRADR ..f MonroeCwnnty.. Florida; "at his *
', office Ul the e lft rao..... of said ." W- :
.. RYE- Mg. .'Mkxn'a : peaty at Key Went. Florlda.wlth.In ,

Carey iMMiMrj Rubina Itoa1a,, I ". '.. time eight. of the calendar first publication months from.or this the. I .** !

t ** Th, Uarrttau Uanrvlbi.Union ''WuU i notice, .:arJl.realm or demand t
I.. shall btu In writing and shall state.
I -, Camus., JuanJuJfiltADR f '
1 the place of residence and post office *
t A1 Ii.r t 1 address of she clalmant'aitd
TWO .balJ tte w.rn to by the ..Ialm.." t
8e.I her agent. or her attorney and any tt jI .
I (larda'r. les4wq':. Arnold ntie; such<< claim or demand not *o tiled t J
1 Mrltad. CullM. lteity. ArTasmithl. shall l*_ void.tsd.> .ADKI.A.' KANTOn, a ..

"J4 n L we. all An administratrix .f Eke rotate. of r

C1HADC: ONE Wrx. Mary Matilda Mendel.mar.t3iapf.4 deeeas-; .14.1.4X.t .
9..1inc.. tntrhrr' ; David Adams l >4f

VMttaM. Kpain. John Wataoo.. ) h \ TUB .-|.l"t"iT..Vl'RT. op TRI' I
fHUOC ONE- Mn. LclitiaftavMUMr JMVKXTH jruiciAt. ruin'JT
1 Of THIS TATE' O.', I'MHtlOA.
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i "%u KOK 401TI. I .
Mrmnn4 DavU.. John _Savlur.MMra iv CH '*(':R'. t *
ltUTAt1L r._ ,.. tl.:S2YMRLqL s )

NtADP: TWO-MrL EoUlie I ; HARRIS; HARKIRfclV. "lal.Ucr: I I .fl
'I. '
J.m l Irwtot--r. Eulogio Perez; : er. Ilwon.'j:: if ,

.,... KeiUi' Robert Charles .: CHRAI.O" RARFIKLt. )., ivefendant.- 4
r Whit. (-.a. ,* Martin Mullinax: ] :. ORDKH OF j>fBLlCATIOVTO:1 l .
, Dcwald Connack. Marlene Car. I IUnrU. I CHICAGO. =; PH'In. Din ; fratdIlarf, : '

, Sandra Lee Davis. Sandra 1 1AlMtf .a 'ear looked. tato-hi*: tsar, ; Tea:.Address.Cnkwvwn. reonirwl' -, ?- to 0 t.

N...*..... Cunttie Orr, Morta view mlrro&:;. H4 blbi kid. to Bill* hereby*! Complain. ,for dl annear"oree i* \ "

WUW'ro. Faydrtle Thompson;; ( shook ibisbead: : 'and looked I. the above ftlyled' cause,nn ..r It". 4L.
h of .' R W
for < !JSrdda 'April. A 1
Aai1I. Rhhlry Vinmn.UKADE Frances :\* t j IS4S.. otherwise nail allefratlotiiitb I '
WMMll, J !wt'being trailed'by! 16 (rel ...IU.".be I.ken -aftconfeFfeed.This .
TWO-Mr*. Josephine 4-o'pS.' ". " wclk'foraararoi.eculiv..weeksIn'The Order. is lobe ,," ..hed l once : t r't

rthtry, Uwoer. William CaJ I' The oiffeers. wm riding a Key. .\V..,M "'I\lR"n. a ."."",*- .

.Wiry. Howard Carrcra. George new.-aotcrcrcles*-,from' Mil paper r>Mbli. hfrt lo'th'. City of KeyWent. .
Florida. .
Pia.lrtlarvt Kn mliMarirfSan- wuk*. to Chicago.. The IMtNK ANI>. OUHKHKIl( This .*3rd. I 4I .
'..... Junior RUM. EJena Arila, turtles will be us4 d oa traffic day ..f'->Marrh. A. r>.. u.<. I t

Ltrittla DrMtmt. rUbrrt McKlm- duty here ,They will replace ( .) '/Roes'l.rk C of.Sawyer.SKAI. the Circuit. ('"'>urt.Jtlnnme lit
\ IIIMy, .t !torus.. '. County. Florida.Ry *
i UIKADR TWO- Mrs. LeoUmlriMia. : trd) Anne t'. lx>nrw rlh.<. i'l .

1 tvacher; Shirley Sandal, ; o"ooo.A Hilary 11. A.I bury. ",puly Clerk. ty
CttarM Chaom. f Solicitor for Plaintiff.
-51apr.7-llA.n.1 1"".
GRADE TtlREE-Mn. Eva Frank'Barvaldt Edward Curry; ; f

Amiila. tea h.; Ray Edward !Joseph Lopez Frank Perez, ,Arcadia IV THK CIRrTIT C-OTRT+ -Of.THF.KI.KVKTII A' '

HMy )Han. tl Taylur.. Charles Tri bel. Jose-t Deanna'Archer; Gladys Barnwell OF THK TATK OF ..oR....'.
lAU FOR MOVROK' COt \Tf.IV t t sy '
HOn* ArnnU. Mary Ellen -
Jackie Cpnan't. Geraldine CH4\CERY. r:
t-nl* |"M>rnu>a.z. Baker'l SOQ'JPJet;; Ogden.< Cane ;>.. 11.:11f: 9 ,. f
MAM IK : '. :
;2HADE TflREEMiM SJNnLETARV.naiatlff. r i 4 .
GRADE SIX-A'-' ,1 i1 rJ'
Mm' I ...rts. teacher; Garth Sands teacher; ,Sarai Brin John'-1(> vac 'on 8Rrt ; Ie

Hubert Vaklex, Eulea' Elizabeth; Braun 'Davie. I MANSPIELD. ?SJNCI.ET.kR1. Defendant.OAURM ,< \

We Dean Cordon. TerryItarb.ra PriscJlla Cruz Dora Garcia, OF PrBMCATIO\ .

Taylor.TIRADE Placenta; Mary. Sweeting(, Glynn' To Manitfleld Slnplelary.N "
THREE-Mia. Glad 1 Edwin : 7*. lMt Kprlnte Stree. ).
Archer. 'J ph:Ca bon l1. Apartment No. Z,"
Piial r. teacher Wayne Carey Gibb nJobn; Lamberjon. .HarryMessick I i Richmond, California.It t i
l4. rd r........ Dour Jenks; Danny OBriant. is! hereby orolt'rf'dthai you alerequired I w
to appear on the ICeS
UTwrrrs Robert
of April. 114$. bffor the'above entitled
Im.M SwellRADE Parrott.1 :B tween. ,JS40:, .'slid 1 47 there; I court to the Hill of Complaint
filed against you In -the above entitled
|} F'OUR- -
j j net decline in population .
was : cause and the Key U>M Citl-
n4 Curh/a. teacher<< ; for the_Dakotas: zen l.. hereby 4t i>iKnated aa the
1 1'ur.M.. Cert! Brady Manuel( I newspaper In htch tburoriler unall

g. u-. SIdaey Kerr. Orlando ., consecutive be published....Once....... a week for." four
........ ChrtrtlM Catev HenrwUaKrtfartn. IEGALS, l Wltneas the Honorable AquillnnLopet. .. # -

.. Cinch. Va Ide.. RoseMary Jr> an On. of the Judges of
..HB'riR'nlT e'oitnT'OF TIIRJCLKVEVTH -'f thi Conrt and the Seal of Ibis .
Watwn. 'V
';Court in the City of Key. West., Flnt-
GRADE 1XUR-B-Mrs. Kath pTATB JrDI'l.41Tof OF 'lid.. thin ICth I ay of March., 1t411. '..' ..
FIOR'D"1 Unfit, C Sawyer.SR.M. .
rflA. Waitiac.. teaciicr Gordon |\ AVU F R MO\HOH I
( .) Clerk Circuit Court.
ItemJtan. MUnley Peterson Har- 1tfrMAM; ',
Monroe County Florida
Wlt lrnF.lto 'Me dew 11-41tlvinir Hy (i>d) Kathleen Nottagc.l i ''
/rw-s: > irru, .! PBTKRSOX MCRPHV. THEIR s a l -
> nkA> J yt* Roberts. Dale .S.Se r u "' 1'lamntu(. John <".. !Sawyer >epuly Clerk. HOPE
.tt 4 imourRIMX
A -
Randra. White.
<*m*. AU>J'ATBlCht. MIT.FI. rf Solicitor" Fir Plaintiff. ,
GRADE rOUR-A-Mrm. Ame- fendant.OBbrUt :apr'l.1: !f'. '-t- t. Vt

Ua.Catw4. teacher: Edward Trevor. OF prmic4Ti4 v 1
Daniel tie la Torre. Raymond TO: rtonald Patrick Murphy; {I I \OTIfK OF I'\'F.' {TIOY TOAPPI.ICATIOV 'UKF.I
I, $4 oulk Main Avenue.Albany. FOR FIVAI ni'- f. Is The Red (ross r
Btpv rVfty Burke. Natalie Car. .; N w York. I I .'H'RI". .
err, 'at1ha Carpentier. Blancheftaftuoa. Ton are hereby required to appear Probate LAW It:53): '. '
!. the Bill of Coni ialnt for divorce
rrencra Saunders Mary In.the" above-sty led cause on or before I MO'! ROK f'OIVTl.KTATK I _
(Lww; Sblloft.GRADE the 2 th .day of '.April. A. P. OF FbORIOl.I I ? ;
fOUR.A-.IrL Louise& 14.' otherwise., the allerxtlonrtherein l PROB\TK 3': t. -. .
wJ1l.betaken a* confessed. In re the Estate ..f r .
KVYM. tracften Nancy. McDonrI4. Tat* Order tat be ptibllshed once | Kl.vle H. RomI \.r.< "

Ella J.......... Pauline Rudy a weekfor four consecutire week i 1 1 I l>ecea.ed. I .
I.! The K.F : a newspaper .
Dlfw R........ John Fleming; publl.b.d'ingbe greatemtts.n City of Key. To All Whom It May Concern: *:? ,. '. ; : ,.: :',.-
Notice in h..r.I.n Mary .
Matt* Clei.. Edward Marlines W>.t. Florida -: I I France Albury fllediber final report > ; .1.. .: '
Frt wWT Puic. Bruce WaUon.GMADC r O.VK AND.ORDEBF.n this. 22ndday an Kxecutrlx. of the create. nf .. '= :.
I of :Larch A. U...IMS.RQM .- 'S. /i. .
Elsie B. Ron, deceased that she : '
nVE-B Mrs. 'RenI ; ,- /..
: -.Sawyer:,. filed her petition for final dUcharre. I .' ,
;, call.", teatnert Sammy' Curry 1 HRAt( ,) (Merk. h Circuit Court. and that rbe. will apply to I ': ,.

-.. Harry MintA Dorothea Pmder.Ctertea 4 Monroe By: Kathleen.Coanty Nottage.Florida. County the Honorable.J.dreof Raymond Monroe R-County.Lord i I ,: : :> )

:, Petmen. Sandra Thomp-- : T/eputy Clerk. "Florida un the ICth day ..f April { : >: ; :: { ; /

.. amt.. ROM Marie Tilt Dorothy. Solicitor Allan n.for Cleare..Jr.Plaintiff.IV ., .- final 1948. for dixcharffv approval as nf Kxecvtris name and of the for .t ": ;
.111i..... ;
'. .aar, t- Jiapr..1t.-n.4I.; ei.tate of KUIe It. Uovt, deceased.on ", :
Hattie .
FIVE-A Mrs. .
.-, GRADE thin Ifith day or March1949.: ; .
Lot ......1.... teacher; Carl Bos- THU'riRCOT-TorRT OF-THR tKivned Mary. France 'Alhury.Kxeeutrl . Lrrbrri Knowles. Kenneth EI OF.E.TUB'IOTHji= STATE, DICIAI.-'wF, FLORIDA.riRfriT It. Roan deceased...f the entat.e of Elite: : ,.. '. ; : When flood; fire, .or famine ravages: the land the RtMl Cr4: .",* ,.Iallll.+ .

r ll.. Ella Barcelo. Celeste .IX A"U. F.U.MOVMOK COI ATE.A .. F.nrque'Enqulnaldo( .""Jr. .
'. : reatly-lOvMoui the title ti oolhcitheWar t ami Mirror ihtiiifferuifr. or az
Yolanda Garcia Norma 'HA\ 'EII'., Attorney for Kxecuirix. : ( Iu.e--

1.itMdn fIub Jeanne Ross .Shirley" PREP il rtscqi 4'.,MVo.*" '*.>'i'KKR.i :11-::t4. marI: :.:'. I.j4Pr.7.'II; : ... .. -, 'Tt;wvleady.{ !l yt! nrlollarrlt. I ) help. the HctI Cra.. Iii.1(1.

Waitemm. .. \... -.- *"-. ,Plaintiff. t\ THE 4-IRCrtT rofJIT OF'TMR i 'S',: .j ; t : hiiinanity .where'tee and. "1 hvntV4rr-il'.ift'iiee4leil.: ;i ......
E.'BTKRNKR I. iAMI FO* vo\NOr; "O"'TI. #-
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.*.... Mary Ann Arnold. Richard .eHUi'.M .O1'-pIsLIcATIOtTo FAsfendant.. <-KH\. \. ; .
rase A. II10TiARVKT .
...1dI. Pat OBriant., Ronald :' ..."k-ia. fiterner" ; Fd kbouser. RAIJ' ''))\. '. '"
I fU.rerc Jarquelin Valdez.;, 214.41.t Chentnpttrwt: Plaintiff. "f.: .,

GRADE SIX-B-Mrs. Lucille Haworv York'Ceynty." Pennsylvania.- 3VXK' "JIAUCKUjA.. on'IIAI.HOIT.Itefendanl.0".1 ..U T.U1Ii .:. The true "milk of Iiiiniati kindness" flow through# the HIMM! ,

Il. dawa,. teacher; Ray Alvarez, You are hereby.required: to appear I II. i
.*.. Carry, Georte Russell Wil- th. iUl bf Complaint for UHUKII UF PIHMfATIOIkTO !! ;7y' r Donor program of the Red Cross. Many" today onlytic.-
!I. toe above-!-*ty fed cause on divor".1 : June Marcella Itllllpc>r. .
laa... Bubertj. Charlie Piaz. Nib fore.. tJu.'!'tb' day of April. 22Vst Fourth htreet.New r ran-e of tliein. Now Ready your'Dollars to help. expand(. a newKetl ,
Pedro Gomez. Barbara ... otherwise. th._ alleKation, Albany Indiana. :
/i """ L lo e Cross "National Rlnntl s o that iiltimnlt-ly AI.I "lln '
Wil- therein will- he'Iak n. a* confexsed.This You and hereby rrqwtrrd appeartothe .tn \ propram
....... Janet Louys.; Fay ()rd.r'I" to be'published, oncea Hill of Complaint.) : for1 divan.In -e. I -
have and
.. nhrll blood it its drrivilies freely.
the a> >ve styled csue on the may
llalli GRADE S1X-B-Mrs. Florence week The. Key for four"i-C-S:;; : ."a weeksIn newspaper i ilh day, .., April .A. t.. 1l!., nther.wise i'xt) ..! : .. .
the alleicutlone therein ''will
published in the City of
) kkw. teacher Oneil Alvarez: Florida. KeyWest. :1 >>. taken as coafeneed.Title 1 t t '
Order In frtil.ll.hrd/ otwe
DONE AND ORDRRRD. this 22nd I week for tour ...,...erHllVe weeks. .. .
of March. A. IX 114(
day in The Ke> 1vees l '"lllll lt s newsWiner ,
Ron C. Sawyer. ptibllsheil. In K. ,V.M, Purl.|
DO that] (SKAL>)> Clerk of the Circuit Co rt.Monroe ..... r I ,
Countv. 'lorUa.By r"n and Ord..,..l .thin. 2n.1. olD'
C. Vtlrrnus$ successfully fact critical problems thank Red l lOOSH
'!' ( .dAnne luagwurthtkputy.. of March A, l Ii I.4K.I.SKAL.I ... many In

cNti'Aj 'n'BCleare.. 'lerk. of the lto.Clrruli. .' HAIVTKHOrrk I'...,.. Aid ; the nits}' of the ailing soothed. and accident ..m..r'n.

Mnlirltor for Plaint. Iff.IV Monrue. County, Flwrldu.liy ,... 4-ies met heeuiiM. the lied Cross prepared the '. So
.. ma .:" :U; .; l4.A.11:1141.: Florence 1C.. "sawyer' I((. a are 'HI) now
THOMA.S: ". CAIIO.SolKHor I nol to help the Red'Cross: romforl siiolain andre
1 for the PUIntlff.VOTICK Ready jour arli! ,
TuFM'I'IT: 8"IT-oF THE .
F.LrVK\TII JII.HI\.. .'IHfT.T m a r.1: I e.l f.t.l'U. II ,J" .. _., ..' 'lt>re. .
I IV A%U*FOR" -ROAHOP. (' VCH'*"" :H". (1933: Probate. Art Her*. 119. 120):! I ",.' .-
.-0.. ,.. tl-32 IV Till .rut RT OF THK 4'Ol'VTVjfixK. .
3 t nrv "TOLI.KN. WERCK. vokROf, COCAT' .
IMalntiff. FI.OHIUA. lPMOBATF.. ., ;
... I)110RCF.' In re: Kutal .f

1 Stt1tJ.KN1t'KR'K '...'..nda.,. To All Creditor and t'erxonn'lie-eased. .' .. ., .' -
ORDER' PfBLICATlOV IliiTlna- Claims or Demand .
Agalnet. Maid .:tate: : i>'
tttsabeth Armalrontiolienw.rrk
TOT- You aad each nf you are herebynotified .
$! .. .
I and required t prevent anyclaims -.
'4ts S uth'litghland.. .Avenue and demands which you. or '; '. .
I Memphis. Tennessee.Yoa either of you nay have against theestate
to .
are hereby appear of Appleton founders, deceased .
to ,he Bill Af Complaint for. divorce late of said County, to th.County .
r tke 3rd day of April. A. D... Florida, at "his office in the court .
!>.(. otherwise the alle.stlon .noose of said County, at Key .
: Wei-t. Florida' within eight l calendar "
T .
months from the time of
B w.*lc for four ronsecntlve weeks the fleet" publication of this no- Sponsored by
!. The- Key West. .'llIa.... a n.wrpaper tice. Kacb claim ..r demand shall .
>.HI.h..U I* mks City ..' KeyNeat Uc In ..r..1". .... and shall etate- the :" .
Florida..* place of rrskleni-o and post office
t V( 4E A>l. ORMillKI: : Ibis< :04 address. of tk. clalinaat. and baU
r day ..f 1111",'". A. l I' l.4-. u. swore to, by the rlaJwaiit. his ;;! :
v Ross C. H ew>er. cent, or bis .tt.r..e. and any such It ; A THE + J (l1I ItAL. ) .,.erfc-of",_ "the tlaIJ.elrreil FMrlde.C_,t. .claim. acid.EifNA or demand. not sw flied shall :: :"1;.- '. ,KEY WEST CITIZEN
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dtv Mr. P /r'.t, I M/rIAUfL' deceased. : r. '--- _. .
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[:-..... !I I Key Wett.and FORECAST: Vicinity: Wide t :.

....,...,....... ly scattered showers and few iI i
It..ACOW. Ttrs crystal I Bette.Ms .: thunderstorms this afternoon or 1E LAST THREYSi !
.*..*...*.'*H .. bark again In ratty' tonight followed by clear-
log Thursday. Continued f
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today slightly cooler
.j... ....., U ft. taut haft mad Thursday.' Gentle to tonight moderate and
ny..aa! radto roHvra.' But there south and southwest winds today I
aw IEttanat farm without tier .lifting to moderate to fresh .
trtriljr .... rt U iotpoMibie to northwest and north late this
mt*..trr. ...a. ws la a few afternoon. tonight.
f ,.*,* ftrfliriml. to put one In Florida:. Few showers and I I mB RGI N's"i i
""T..esu sere. Ho Hovirt in. thunderstorms extreme south
Mhrf* *" Iwiawd U. the same portion this afternoon, otherWisefair I '
lf..... ** IVwe" you nude to" partly cloudy today, tonight HOUSEHOLD 3 I .I \ .
.g' Dttt.i.. it hM MNTM- imwturfe and Thursday Little n.u
...."11:>,411 stake it at- . East Gulf'
t averVaisaLk Mexico: Moderate
$.w ule Aare a ""mnsbnt"i winds, mostly west. to* north-, BROOMSSMOKING
?y..l wrhkh dm* nrtmuil .. h'quil'fO westerjy today becoming gentle t Group of / I
i .... ,**..;.... t.. And the to moderate north to northeasterly -1 / 1s '
drug MI. town M Improved' that tonight.and Thursday. Partly STANDS 395 .j
para-. eMrfrH MM a ftmall loud cloudy weather. S'c
,.,. I a = I II
.. "' Tte is alai timadrlul : -. Jacksonville Through the Flori- Plate
fir, I IE da Straits: Moderate to fresh Genuine 3 CONTINUES.; .....
y..wl s.atrw. rsdw t ..nthuaiaa winds today westerly over north GLASS 95 ......
III .Pia'... and Komw- winds today westerly ovet north I MIRRORS .. C 3 -- Wltk fJBMtli Kairfto (
g.l...... ......f*,arf the 1ft I ly over south portion. Gentle to i ,In furnitureOdd a'*/J./
., sere a wiswna crystal moderate winds tonight and BEACH
eels a* a permanent sutalitute Thursday, mostly westerly to- ALG : wr LAST
Ire ts.4h* ......* tut*... But the night. Few showers and thunderstorms -I ECHAJRS."PllqW. F' d PiecesPRICES. /
teal attitude .to that it will doM south portion today, \ ;BASHED Beds KHAMWIPICTURES
aasd. u p> MU* IA infer the otherwise fair to partly cloudy Colorfnl 95 Sand
..... for nit* art*. weather.Jacksonville.' COVerS 'CASES 1
1 Bedding -
to Apalachicola: [
.*..*...................' No small crart or storm warning '

riep1e''s .Forum have. been,issued. BASKETS .49' S Colorful a'artNi:: !SuhWt. 45cc '

Report .
....................... -i C Derorathe. .. 909 FLEMING ST JUICE and WHISKERGLASSES: '
... .. ........ ..... Key West, Ha, March 24 1948 .59c .
tw1. .
Metal .
1 ee ... ..... .. M. Ne4Ie (Observation, taken at City Office I .
e... ... .eta.. .... -... Ib 8:30: AJtf. EST) Thursday! 'Friday and Saturday; wind I. up the greatest hale in the history of Maxwell's Warehouse
Hb ......b.. .r-..wNNt. "... Temperature I Another Lot ofDRAPERY Sales. The thousands who the week voiced their of the ,they E
bought during praise bargains
....... ...... .. I E C past Your
... ...... Highest yesterday 85 ) lc
ww1- b t I.
+ e.. wn..14. Lowest last'night 73 I REMNANTS ZDC YIL.fouml. lier There's still plenty. of very good) buys to finish the sale, so if there's something you. Choice
i !
1st Pee. $1. 'aware tt Mean.-, .. 79 I t: still need or will need later in and take of the tremendous reduction 4t -
.I wr..1 bw '? come advantage:
t I Normal .. _____ _., .
.Nb e.w1.w.- 73 ,
... ... .....,..... ,
r PrecipitationTotal I i ....- '.. -- -, -- -- -'..-.. ." '
i....n. HONOR last 24 hours .00 ins. '
HOLL. 1i Total this month 1.39 ins. PLATFORM ; Wcmclerrullluys.a-! : ..
.J_ TW CitUen:
Excels this month .38 ins. C LEA N" 0 UT !
W.. rwlth submit the coritV -I Total this year .' 2.58 ins. ROCKERS. BEDROOM
< Nmw for the honor roll r
Departure this ,- ins.
.I Ik* DivtMon. Street Elemen- Rtlativ Humidity year1: I c: .
Ivy ItlMil M It appeared in the A Much As Half
.. at 8<30 A.M. ., .
Mart S2.bat U The Key Wed '.. '
tltMrt4 All-Spring Construction SUITED
: GRADE f-A-Um Mullinax. .Priced Originally;
( Level) 8.30 AM. a
blars'r. alMuld haw read u '
3007 ins.-l018.3 mbs. Built for Day In and D'Out Use r' i .
trww CltMbrth Arnold. \01.1 ToiBonGwA1mauc As High As Suite includes Double Bed.
. r.It.altchaei...... .Caui.....klt. Pat}Sunrise .. .6:26 a.m.'I Assorted /i.0,50 .' Chest of Drawers. '-Dr..... 6950
4i BrtMt, Jueptt Parrott.. Patricia Sunset __ m" ,__ 6:40 p.m.!! Covers .jrV Value 1. sno.oo 4 Dreiser.Mirrors Wheat Finish
i...ter. J acquel Un Valdc&T I I Moonrise____._ 7:30 p.m.: .,. ..', 1
t .lag you for this favor I Moonset ,- .. 6:53 a.m.' . a.. r ra.. .,... a -k r .re eeeoeei
f'tbwsilw.s Full J.loonlofarch. 24, 1948 i I. 1ORCELAIN-TOP ,.. I FOLDINGOUTDOOR

1: rnrtripaLLIHUF Tomorrow TIDES !, :. KITCHEN, TABLES. : '- : JUST 12luxurious ': CHAIRS :t

e MUTES. I1AVEUJNAT '. (Naval Bases I I I Cutlery Drawer : Slat Zealand'Back. 1st' .r.... ....
DANCES! (Eastern Standard Time) j! ... !-Chrome Legs -y,,,, ;;; 895 red. yellow blue. etea asA t1.- 395.
High Low j j! -. .Whit* with Black ..., T j LoungeCHAIRS .. 3.95.VALUE
MRUK-cAPJ-.OM oi..1.tMt 9:58: a.m. 3:42: a.m. .. .. .. ..
.. .'. 'J f .'
i.... ea bade I. ays for 40Tpm, I f :
(daarirs who cant hear a note. I I Ii :
i Tots. Berlin 0..( Mute bi-monthly I ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA 1 I
;kills park a bg ball to capacity. Reference Station: Key West '' TILTBACK.COUCHES.. NEWInnerspring
ft.... recent dance 1.000 turned. Time of|Height of .

1 ;;... daaring was preceded bys I Bahia StatloDTiel.Honda !'high water!I I Mattresses
'r aw pantomime skits performed (bridceOh! 10m 00ft.i
s ky ..f mute, actors. u.forebp No Name Key Reduced for $ 75 and Box Springs
\k.*.d swunf Into a number it (east end) _+2h-2Om I' 2 9
i br..... a placard designating I:Boca Chica
i whether if was waltz, polka or I (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m 1, Fatuousflake! <> Quick Sale Twin or Double Sine 1 .
f,,. ...... I Caldes Channel 5.950 bET for 3975
I The.........some of them chil I I (north'end). ..+2h 10m +1.4 ftoOo 9.50 Value.! ,m Choice of Several Styles! Durable Coders!. Desirable Colons' !
F Bra iwder 10. displayed' amax I
H.. sore <4 ....,u.m. They obtain NOTE:: I Choice of Fabrics and.Colors. REDUCED. BECAUSE SLIGHTLY,SOILED .1 5930 I I'd..#
.' heir "'''''''sensations through (--Minus sign: Correctionsto

r........... (+{ )-Plus sign be':subtracted.Corrections to i r . . .,.. pI -- ........ --- a. r,. . e . .

't fir..._.... aced' abundant light be added. I STAIR FLOOR !I! PLASTIC 20 x 40 SAMPSON CARD 4-P it '

t r*....iiUf. Urt>r Too sad they much du brat should watering at about nut rots bo 65 (((Cn.h))-)--Hour.m :Minute.Feet.. I : TREADS Per Dozen LAMPS 1 : ::Shower Curtains.9"" JJATH TOWELS 49c : TAfkES[ n sr :

I' ........ M dry out. i
Night vis.K>n 'can. be improved f \ lOc II 495 I. LOWEST PRICE 195 .ji
!. IMS. the UJL Air Transport lOG per c."ent'or most people bya i i. 'r! ';UOL'BLE 'CHENILLE_ .. IN THE STATE wa..v1 ,..... .
CMiwMnd was making 65 brief course of ocientific train-i . .iI..g.. ... ., ,- . . r u e e e

1 .** taM of the.. Atlantic_. --daily,_in&- ____ i I '" .', ,'- JBED PADS S395 BED SPREADS S395I' .f
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-ii-: I' 9 x 12ooI FLORAL' ,
and FELT
: Overseas Transportation I .HOLLYWOOD ,20 x 30 B roe df e I t ;

Company, Inc. MattressesII95, BED COVERS. S595 BATH MATS. 95c 'RUGS

All Brand.
New! E
Fur, Dependable.between--Freight and Express Service 18 x ,30 CARDBOARD FrJnpeil; ) Ends! 189 5 6

MIAMI\ and KEY WESTAIM Twin and HAND TOWELS 19c -StorageChests 95c
Double} Size rhoia; 01 cress ..... _
htweM Klml tad Key. WtttF.xprtt

(N. Step Ca Bout) OutdoorChairs Dinette Refrigerators
SUNDAYS) at .00 P.M. Ar. Drop-Leaf
elves at Miami at 11:00 o'clock Mid. Set E' and. 3

I LEAVES: MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT 3975 E 72 x 99 . 195 E1.eclric Rang 72 x 911 TABLES
1 SUNDAYS) at 1LOO o'clock Mid- 49S E S395II&
feht and arrives at Key West al
I { M .dock AM. Seat and Back SOLID OAKEfctenuon on IMMEDIATE $595
: 51195
; CHOICE OF TableWith E 81 X 108 279 DELIVERY u..
Schedule .. ..
loco /
4 Chairs IfJteC.C
....... Al All latermadlale Points) COLORSAll ......................................L. .. .. ....
CE?T :SUNDAYS) at fcOO'' o'clock Sales O
A. No ...d arrives at Mlaioi at 4:00 W0Kifkt
.'clock P. No Final!
SUNDAYS) at 1:00 o'clock A.M. and
strives at Kty Welt at 5:00 o'clock .__

.. M. NO Furniture niof jFurntsJliings # Ycrtetjqn Blinds s ? R stjatfta Equipment and S9Q9 T.


MA>11 tfifftcg: sad WAREHOUSE: C<<. Eaton IE Francis Sts.
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t,1 I ELEPHANTS 'j '. ABOUT SEUJ,"(; \ .4 $

Progressive jncrchanls in Kf"' .
: J o West will have an opportunity i ito II

5 nit_iifOimChapter I I sec some of the latest met
-t H chandising methods employed ,
11 t Eddie was not thinking about I none. I guess that's just why. 111 j by some highly sucrcr,Jul grw .
TWO day after the garden Framingham's moods at all. just give it a_whirL" a. eery stares in other areas. ,. .
1 then. Prompted by.a personal impulse j -j. This opportunity will be presented
arty debacle Carolyn.called to put some new, 'energy in *TpH2 story,when it appeared the to them tonight at the 1
rt ....... rramincham'c office to the lagging zoo campaign. had following day.had everything Lion Club when Mr. W. F. Mainer
and \* J. Mailer: rrpr
to' the GARDNER'S PHAMlAa'i
accompany There was a laugh in \
eawpaljn.! She made of Oscar the Lakeport Zoo's every sentatives-of. Armour & Co. will ;
reluc- paragraph. l 1 j i.I i.-: 1114 DtviaiMt.. .c V*****
!..* chit with the utmost I trained Chimpanzee. \ "Maybe that will coax 'little \ show a moving picture "The
tAr. fearHtc that the MuseumeXtrma I This campaign needs"a shot'in money out of our public.a" Gale I I Shopping Lady. Where the WocM !: ...... :i" r... .....A
would aim be ,..ntmr Thetort' the arm." he told 'the reporter. concluded with satisfaction when : Meets Armour and Pantry Meal ..................
amt th* '.Uure"' the had part created "I've got an idea that' ought to he had finished reading the feaj 1 j MaEic." I I I
aloe '
hit M : put some-ring in it. and make ture. "Get man's will with
IU..tfod committee which a a good I i This touches: on a new ..t,1t01 ,
UM afforded her swell feature too. He pointed a laugh and he feels more merchandising meat and grucft'lies -
tasted. .IU...rMlapM significantly: to Oscar, who had generous. I and has In be the mart I,
kirk .. .tlOL clambered up on the front bars He sat in his photographic 1 (' proved .'ItlrItlS. iHH!!
...11 p...bably figure his dig of his cage and was regarding his studio { : way to attnrt andovercomebuyers'
Idly. & at state.* she decided. visitors with a slantwise stare of feeling quite pleased with resistance.
tails ake was about to enter his : curiosity.The the phone whole rang at project his elbow., :when. the I CANDIDATESi : ) )
that can
Mw man r
orAnd dignity& ? Looks : reporter held his nose "Hello, Carolyn he said gaily."How'd s. LEFT TODAYThe -
read wp .s like t -- -
..... to became the patsy. distastefully. yon like my little stimulant
tm Missc Gloria BczamU
Not t
an interview with a talkIng for the zoo drive
If** ant'cht of him as she animal! he protested imme There was a perceptible delay 1"M and Clara Alvarez left today tn Political Posters
..*..*. his rvival office of cave herUmfanrr diately. "That was corny'wben I in Carolyn's. reply. When it spend the Easter holidays in Ha-i
a armation panic.rtrtr Noah covered the Ark." He came, it was sizzling: van L They will ''return home
a l. Ore without a wordrvs.imgh.m. looked at Gale with a mixtureof '"How could '''you dare to, pulla R Monday. i
his mostMWMMV e ure
wearing sympathy and disdain. "Cripes, fool thing like that?". she demanded 1 T tpci
frown, was stalking Eddie-have you lost your touch "in a fury. "rm supposedto ___n__ ___ __ __ .. _m._...__ i
M .M twn the office carpet since you* got out of the news. be the -publicity director and tAP WrrepnulolAGUSTTN The honey of Hymettus. near Telloh.w.., Ma..h Ma *_
behind him. celebrated in
kit henrti clasped Athens, Greece so i
trade I' you just barge in and upset He ..
.1f* pa* pislttt1r1pr
pftrtyf. he asked solemnly.'LVr !" Gale interjected ,j-Donl bother to tell me. Just throw me lies face down with bull trying: to sink sharp horns deep into his body. A few moments earlier article,of commerce. .*
im reached a swift ded-.. accuse me of that! What-I want' in hot water and let me boiL Anddont the bull had, gored Boto in the thigh end tossed him into the air. The stick (right) is held by an The ...,. ..IBM* ..p'.

r It*.*.. a Kwrrtlung*: wfcy n Ot sink was .with lost guns any.tow. to" is psychoanal"ze'this, '"What's worry-I'm the matter boiling?". he plenty asked! _'attendant drive the Lull away. Bolo was injured. severely. MISWNI1t1ED/ r yieiw dnr_ii -4marikk ........ aAee _
1 l fun of injured pride. "Jealous I.a<< ... ..L.rarrdrd. -
trtfTIt Maybe YOU need the treatment ... .. -
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rfUndd me a little of the worse than he does."' the because J scooped you? paiiaiiiaa .**% am a tf
-.J fr* rh .......uUon.'* she said. reporter suggested. "Scooped me? Why, '.1' oughtto i alesrg the .....wi.w ..... a
TrsMtiiiCham. halted his pacing.tfta "Listen. Jim-=will you? Til .' ."- Carolyn became mo- Blood l Injections xjorff DP Inat'l Pcllicicr's Name I I..... I.r ......
bands unclasped. solemn dress you up in a surgical gown mentarily speechless."Your brilliant The WSM_ ...... tilt ...

MMfhr fat rrlsird double' ,and slapping he bent his thigh over -the and rll zoo shoot vet will a picture lend us of his you-, !.,Mr.scoop' Framingham really did '!it is,:believeme purple Arc Said To Help] ;I :i Is" Left Off ListIt 11'.4.sJ ...... Mie. .trill d _

\ vttfc M* palm. A veritable bellow studying Oscar. : with rage; and of course: .he 1 O IW....... Evvnu .. we. 1.....
el laugher Issued from his "Suppose Oscar -decides ,to thinks I staged the whole stupid ? glIAFXtttixf ns aaarnrc.rra-Itr/ sApKI0pr1 .-.. pun p'cite' w
rMOtt'Thuedrtal... measure my nose for an, ape thing. I AM the publicity director Duodenal { was' called tn the attentionof .r rn..w D nisr! feet .4 ....__..u. rtNot ...
'I onr'! he exclaimed! bite?" the reporter asked., "How -even If the idea hasn't spreadto The Citizen today that in the rww ltrrwy cwt r'. .... /has. Mphrit
"'trftft gasps of mirth. "If I live will I be able to smell the kind your great mind yet!'Heaven ,. list of candidates published on .41'a .. itlInIhtr'.u
r )e"'e.' "
Mty th. nullrnnium. 111 never of story you want me to write only knows how much longer .
I'll have the job thanks to MOSCOW. Soviet doctors Monday. the name of C. Floncy ttsMn flrt of: lawaj .
.* anything as uproarious! Thetspewtun The idea is this: Oscar hasbeen your I .
nn Mrs. "tVillburn's feeling blue because the little project! to have developed Pellicier -inadvertently left I i .., HifcrJir .,.henI? i ssq dttrtral a.r
t f 6H when that purse hit her!" zoo campaign is bogging down." "Well the story plugged the reported out. Pellicicr is- candidate for' Xj that *INS .M* laughed so violently that he Eddie explained patiently: "You campaign: didn't it" ?" he asked method i'f' treatment of ::5Wlll. constable in cst district. &flIt..It.hit. edd16 r.vglu. .
M4. .. ..t down suddenly' fightixtmer come along a$ an eminent ape- defensively. aua uuuuenat uiccis: by )nJ t, ...._ 1 r MM
let .. "" his breath. "Oh my analyst and diagnose his.worries. "Yes-just like a bullet froman tions of human and animal .
.nit What a rwne-uppance!'* All he needs is a successful zoo elephant gun!" she shot back. Evening!: t.1OSt'OWI't1- >OI"".> /) Scelfs Divorce New Showing of
Ka wu g the brevity of Fram drive; presto, he's' back in' good "Oh horsefeathers." he said the director of the Central --.-
Me. ...'. relaxed moments CarJT spirits.-You can gag the thing up lamely. "I'll try ,to straighten tute of .
Hematology ana divorce
A petition seeking a
war not inclined to exceed: any way you want; give it both things out. with. the old fuddy- EASTERBUNNIES Neil Saunders
Transfusion A. A. filed in the officeof
Was yesterday
duddy. .
strict rigid limits. She would. in barrels-the goofier. the better.
tad have been thoruughly "It doesn't lack for lunacy "Don't try it' with me-I've attained very positive results Circuit Clerk Ross C. Sawyerby
.taiWd If she had known at the reporter admitted. He rubbedhis heard all I want from you!" she his 'method.! "..<-rays, said Doris L. Harris Barfield and TOYS
tot. moment the test that Eddie stubbled chin for*a moment exclaimed banging down the : dasarov "frequently showed against Gerald Barfield. SIGNS
u.> was about to put to Fram- "Tills is unquestionably the,nut ceiver and bursting into tears.T re.1 complete heating over ot the Everything in TOYS to
ta,-..'. rare IQCIU01 geniality. tiest thing I've ever seen, bar ( ac continued) cer." Make the Kids Happy! 2111.I !l\h........... Mt+ !
_. The institute said that ?feNATION3
-- -- --- --- -- --- HAS TMC OH.VNtCEMAKY
plasma of animals and J LY fAYOR lFrM.nMyl1ESS TROPICAL TRADER
Sen vvngcr Hunt 1! Jack Carey BackWestAgain ,as well as whole blood has I III MOtfftOC"ThePeople's a.II
t I 718 DuvsJ St. Phone 1000
effect on i i'I
Held Here Lust ;: In Key ''I The Kiev Institute of _
r Transfusion also reports : ..

Night By NCCS I .i 1.A 1. Mr. and Mrs. Jack R.: Carey. ments plasma in in the intramuscular use of numan j / / .ta/rr tall 0rn10"NOCM

Son to Kendalls who were born and raised in.Key tions and in injections under ........................
fly, trams of scavenger hunt. seven pound three ounce West returned recently,from Miami skin. A positive effect on j Choice"Nominated
era en lortn hum NCS last night in the U. Naval is i ; -BICYCLES-
son was born S. j and have settled here to live. reported.
t* wH air Intntuine 1m of items. ..D.pudi to Mrs Josephine Ken-I'',Carey is a brother of Miss Bar- Small doses, of plasmjf
JBthnting I. a used cumcob pipe; dell wife of John B. Kend311tCMoMM } duced under the skin
r 3. bara Carey, who is married Repaired and RentedAlso
1. a black attN-king; u* d air- of the Fleet Sonar now pain after the second injection
Mi| stamp; 4. picture of Frank School at the Submarine Base. to Comdr. Eli Vinock. USN, of was said, and further doses in Stock-NEW by the
# .*.*.ra; .. one red hair 6. fun- the Key West Naval Base. duced stomach acidity to ,
***** thing to be found: 7. autogtkfih Carey has gone into partner- BICYCLES TRICYCLE!:! State Democratic Executive
) of a candidate for elocIMM 'Night Must Fa11'I ] ship with Edward Woodson '''in I. B.rra t SCOOTERS Committee representing
; II. a rose: 9. copy of The*, the Woodson Novelty Works, 813 3TRONG.ARM BRAND the citizens of
rttlarn af March 20th: 10. a needle with yelluw thread. of.World War!!. He served with TRIUMPH i each county, and given

A prU was awarded to the The Key West Players have set the 268th Field...:Artillery.. in 'Eu COFFEE I'' Overseas Cycle Store nearly 200,000 votes in
iurky tram cnmprbing Bill Wil- April 5 as opening date for their rope. MILL -.5-,. 920 Division St. Phone 1380 the 1946 general election -
..... IIA2. Deity Lou Car inc. t ..........
Must I at ........ .. Ed Fraser certainlycan
"Night ,
t........ Parker' Ft.. and Joe new production ; I : .1 I
Guth HAI.OUVr FalL" The play is a murder drama : -j Postpone OutingTroop Ill, Grocers i consider himself i I
acavrneer hunters par : in three acts and was written}I rrad.r .11. j ; I I "The People's Choice." Ot'aI
Marcel Lamor- 5 of Girl Scouts has J eQ
twlpstmgere Williams. It had -
l+sl. HI' KrtU Valdez: Bill! by Emlyn in London and New sueccssful postponed its proposed outing to I 9cL I! A LEGAL TECHNICALITY -
l fhwid4 81'' rtty J *n* n: ElmerMV1 I runs Big Pine Key, scheduled to be '"" "r"C) WHICH BAl:-
: much ;
t York and was made into a -- :> ""
1 ,......,. : Hubert Ilendley, praised motion picture. _. held tomorrow night, to a later a : 'v" (, .... ") KED: 111M FROM I OFFICE
ah Ii.suM llalU Fl: Birdie Lou "Night Must Fall" is being date. The meetingset for Friday I : :;o; Q i 'c. NO LONGER EX
IM'In': Kenner Prrsinfier. F2: Carleton also has been postponed NERVOUS rd I ,r / "to'e
riceted by Guy a. '' .. ISTS.
di.1 <"
A. ShaSI I /
r4th Knurk.. Tilchman time member of the Players.In (3)i 4e .
lr IM e, ; end Carl' Trrlissi. SI.cwwMnUtee I the. cast are Ruth Ncwt Birthday ParlyOn cranky 'every month'? $i, ci'l "toe O I'. I ItJ
TttI' of JiiHzw were ou troubled by distress paJt lire ;,. I
Paul Baron Y-ic
Id i as Mrs. Bramson; as I female functional periodic disturbances ysto 64
- II'''' CatiU Jar Kaufman. I Danny: Ann Carleton as Olivia?, Saturday evening March I ? Does this make you feel '(3)A i % J. t .'fo.i <)A cP oc : :
.... Jnr PaItillrn FhrkutriI tired, high-strung nrrvout at j -o O 'E .Ec
fx SYt Hubert
Cuerette Lauj j R
as +
I Ludwig 20, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silberman times? Then no .try Lydia E. Pinkbam'a ., A1. I
rye; Barbara Bunn as Mrs. Terence J held Open House for their I Vegetable Compound to rellev.such ; Cf
;Iz-I;rll :C : Faye Roberts as Dora: Lorraine j daughter. Sondra upon her 16th I symptoms la made e.peci PlnkhnnTs ll J. Compound i I\ : j jLet ji EDWIN G. (ED) FRASER
I Pepper as Nurse Libby:. birthday anniversary. More than I stomachic U also has tonic what Doctoarnalm! : r jI jI i
I IXivid Newton as Inspector Bel- i 50 of her friends attended and i ) i I
size, and Guy Carleton as I helped celebrate the occasion. _u _--_ I j I I

.\\.ct Mrs. A. J. Urw: an. i:: Lord Chief Justice. j I Us You (Political Adv. Paid for fcy. Local its..* U K4 pew.
I r,, 15W' meas nrt_t of their f. The play Saturday.will run April for six'10.nights Curtain | Apply To WedAn STRAND THEATRE II ; Help ,
.. to Eutlatnl.1 closing: j
dawghkf, Irene! Mari r r. at 8:30: each night;: iTVkcU (Conditioned) : j! --- -
of goes up
.... imk"wit2. Inn week application fur i Plan Your Floors
Wt and .... -. M. t:. 'IfcikiMrit' ofpew will co on sale next filed a marriage Now Showing i : j
I nt Paul Smith's Booksliop., Eaton 1 license was yesterday in the "CARAVAN"Stewart ;
t It.lwMs.. 1 l/iuuiana. furineilyWr and Simonton streets. t. office of County Judge RaymondR. Granger Jean KenStarling I I'rcr Kstinmlcs (riven \;
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44 Lord by Herman Goldstein Asphalt Tile 'aiHWiimpnuiinnnmnZinirntitpfil
... r. lnktmilST. ws I MTwith 1890 and 1940. American 52. of 810 Duval street, and Ny- Thl.lrt .Rubber Tile
U. Ik-twcen
,..s t.yurdtrl thr old enrollments increased rell Bailey 37. of 1414 Angela .Cork Tile I
college II PASSAGE"Humphrey
K klaiptr 1I..t..1.|| amt the faminrli street .PIa.tic; Floor Tile
V kmrnn ht-re." almost 10 fold. _.._ Bogart and i
id a k M -- -- -- Bacall t tI ; Plastic Wall Tile I
I Lauren .
a.- I 1 BroaHIcllsCapello
L'1I1L"IIlU:1. ..... ..... .. ... ..--:-II- FOR vurfMS.IN. MONROE THEATRENow :' Acoustic Wool Ceilings Rugs! :! II \: .

Showing .Hardwood Flooring ;

; jL "RIDING All-Str VENGER"f Cast +i I' .Form Counters.5a for Tables Sinks I= i

f ;:' Floor Sanding and i -.-- 1
Refinishings _
Stalling t Tlmrsd", Il rill

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