The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 27, 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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WASHINGTON. March '27- ..priatlons-commilteeon. 'River and i
Harborprojects for* Florida in
John I.. Lewis failed today to.appear *
I tvhich:he,requested 500.000 for
beforethe Pry::ident's acV the ,Matnt| tu! ,Key West water

finding board, which adjourned way. J j

-AP. 1.1 rep A oluerHrat its hearing_till'Monday t J t; -Gl+amber or COIIlOtfn..oUidab1oday' ,
Lewis said that the reason for panted' out. that the cost of .
ARC: NlNI: IRS OF THE THREE:.MAM BOARD of inquiry appointed by President Truman; I I his not berig i-est'nt was he, completing I the ueepemng of the r
ft* >....!..! .!. t\e Mil CM! ..,aka. Left to rights George W.Taylor. former War Labor Board. chair- cause he had not fully studied waterway from .Bahia Honda to ,

.... .tormMi Mint**, leaser U. 3. Democratic senator from Indiana, now a member,of the Sev- I the charges against the soft-coal Key West will cost nearer $2.000j j

I .*.* U. L Chcait C urt .J Appeal, and Mark F. Elhndge. publisher of the Louisville (Ky.) Cour- minces: who'are now nearing two '000. alone, leaving' Miami out of j j .

I I >M i The board iris tae power to issue *'! Chamber officials said that -rg .
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S lH arinc Everett li. IlivasEnlersRaeeFor Tornadoes measure will be _reported to.if .i irt 1>l statement to the Senate -}., 1 er

t Lewis due not testify;' when the ,,!JHee..ithd. requesting:: him; THE'rfATION.S TOP MILITARY LEADERS at el the Aaun4 "
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(Off) Kill Six in Committee in Washington. asked for immediate .
{ j Later Lewis further explained\ 'the waterway frwiiKrv They Congress an ftpianea | HM aasatl sa
thd. the : West. 'to;'B - ne was studying emcrgenvy J I
J'jicific/ 1 t (loaslHAN : ) Monroe\ Sheriff Two' SlalesBr provisions:in the Tall-llart- .The Chamber is keeping after :, Forrest Army Secretary Kenneth Roy all. Navy Secretary John L. Swlbvea. ..4 Alt S-, f
'I|i ley law.Paul. the,other Florida: representatives. I f W. Stuart Symington. Standing left to right C In. Ctrl SpaU chief cl air IMIMI ... _..

.., A"".r./ed rr r I.t Everett R. Riva today*fonnally < the AMvclatt! I'rei ..' : in Congress regarding Ibis pn'- I Bradley army chief of staff and Admiral Louis Dcnficld. chief of naval opeia....

WAKCIbCO Man 27- I'i' ject, Other interests have also1: _. .
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anounm his candidacy for. WASMINGTON.' .March -- "'the : - - --- --
Doysen Urged. Florida repesentdlives II ]
Yr/r .. .l trcMto 'tearing a Tornadoes today killed three ,-f
*' a ill of Monroe:county, subject pcr- I to keep i\ \cr the proponl. .
.A-.. ...liflrd that aul.narint"J. tons: in Indiana and it like num:' Dewey Aflcr 250) Entcrtainmcnl ..
the primary to be. held on. MaV., her in Alabama:- I' Announces For 'E[I The, t"hambrr also announcedthat ; ;
to lie Russian, were ,I f free- listing I .
t .pat>tlmwrd 4. !! a apartment service -
In the latter state the first tornado -
Irthlre. .. IIn the AttaiUc coast of Nrl nivu.was captain of then did \damagc, but the I maintained ,by it, for the r : "Delegates-in j k L

; la" l'redmlllltlyrlEaay-f41vprkrtora' "l-polic'e" .l In*Key West for two,*'''stamc or anothrtr?"QrHadw return.1 react\d ustke.' [benefit Beni. .*A of:n&mber persons xTYequests desiring to have rent e. ., : .p.rigram-af Gha ool".I4\ ,
said that cd an hour l later, rued 20 houses I '
pbav |hl .t tivcd here years, was a motorcycle patrol .and reached-ttfc Chamber particularly =WIS. HullNeu.,
took toll of three lives.
lit sv a Uraruje submarine" on man for five years nad county Paul Doysen today formally.: for s ej 'iccmcn and their farm-,! .r .
th* Uf the California lot four: Still another twister struck announces his candidacy for the.* 1t4 whs .seeking local aceomi J t"'T"' t .fl'Ia'p" t'r..r. Commence
highway patrolman .. are NiIat
....... but that he was unable toM along the Mi.-mur i-Indiana line, Democratic nomination, lot; jus m I ALBANY, N. Y.--C.ovenior Friday (
*.tl the nationality of the year In his la>t-named capacity, but did no damage, so far as 'has. lice of the peace,:firt.'ilfc:.trirt, in f.a. ps. 4 i.:Thomas Dewey of this state
ants i.m.. ti Mibmrrscd before he patrolled the entire county been reported. the primary ON c pqk.I.Qr nf May. t r cording: to. an announcementmade '
he, iMfeLrrawted. a point near ennaM -* Mr. Rivas said: i> i. 4. In discussia,;his'candHJacy; Mr.- :OfIicefJ today, will make twospehea TU11 1 :IuItt1iN WNIMaa 't

to view. it clrarlyHtt "If I am' elected sheriff I will l Boysen saul ,' jV. ,fc AI ..; .our.Q: :. .[ in Wisconsin next : 1 \\'
$703 Raised .
rvpMt rstiucd much ..pccu- have a woman deputy to. .take Permit T Total. came toXey. Wesj; l u-: \". v." J.--!':' r: Thursday and delay in the,interests on .. H .vI1bNft. m .tliHT"

......* hire IwrotMc it scented!' to care of all matter: in my office ary 2; 1019, ;to conklf'if\* nJ:1::1:1StQ r-.T" .i'natnman" )1 T1.\- u ,, of his candidacy Tor the ..
sland bridge'and t ;tirsthighuay { J republican IN 11Ntr11r I I IN
(TV** IM with the frUlement made with which women arc intimately $30,000.IssuedBuilding ( J presidential nomina- Upper ForKC
that key,. fdlikctl" tion. :
to WwlwncUin The question the concerned: I wiU ,give the on |
..,.... nroUd wa. UM. Russia people of Monroe county :24-hour.!I : Key West *o weft-,decided i to .Stibmarines Here Dewey's main oppuiiciit in Wisp ; U;11'fTwa .

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were during hast ; 1 Si.
property on Sis. I 'Ji'.tS t adopted contest former CIimor liar
.. 1M tlaMed stalest mit. I will install radios in myof my ; .Kavy as is .
week by City Building Inspector: the e "...... ant Ilf. titttrlw.
fire and on cars. used by me. and caync Drive ,Miami for i p oliympf, naming younger officers I old Stassen of Minnesota though .
deputies. ,. Errol Sawyer : Campbell building on lumina I'f.Ito rJojoand' submannes. .became. ', General Douglas: MacArlhur'i From the Upper Keys Saturday yr d .....

Ar.y Approves my have not made any promisesto i i"I 1 street Robert, is Lewis to builjl, Jr. 424 a concret"block Pctromi street. San among the i I known her today whenit was i I name' also will be on the ballotDewey's came $70105: : to the annual Red iwSHN NMst1 .... .
buildings I have ,constructed in announced that two young offij I managers olao an- Crass Fund campaign The .
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anybody only 1W09y Mee Y. M. .
()II r $33'2; : Bill is to the people of my the county aswlralc. at two-story that address store at and the residcncc coat: paired Key West the, county and it was courthouse I who re af. j I I ccrs msmd had submarines.ben selected' to cpm I I j speeches flounced that in Nebraska he will make the week two wad raised by Harry llarr.. vice '1. -alw.4( I A. .catenatefa .. IoM I.
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a of $12000 tcr the 1919 humane." I chairman in charge of the Upper .iw. .. tllr .
It was announced that brdershave I following hr appcarnce in Wiconsin twttaa..
it Af-ty bas apl*wwl pity.U11. self to do my duty efficientlyand 'We. and Mrs Jack Baker will Kej:. .
After stating that he had served ben received appointing: LUComdr. Tmmmw ?ham .... .
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with all the as a peace justice in the first E. C. Lindon. UbN to The election will 1 he held in Commenting: on lime rr pi nsc ol II, Mon. .
kit .... l.'e .*.*:t' invite at just>> in my dealings apartments on Avenue E in ttMIf llii1l el
district: on appointment by the | command the 'USS Sea Iconard. Nebika: on April I II:: anal. in the Upper Keys and the
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NI T.fIt and UKey. West paple.|>> If elected 'the Key West foundation's sub I Ia ... tip. at1bWltti .
N.nrt.a., Ilrptrttlalit' e (kuoe;; myelf to my utmost in the interest divison at a cost of $10.000. then Governor Holland. Mr. Boy and Lt, Comdr Ned Beach, USN. t Wisconsin "vxi<< clays later The work done by Ilai ris. (Tear Ifs .. .
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.......... tklrrd City (..mlll uf the children in the'coun.- Gabriel Cabanas is building;; 4 sen"Dunns: the thort time I was to Both command these vessels the USS arc Ambcrjack-ubnwnnes t. 15Carl delegates Taylor, chairman of the Key Mena. h...... ((11.....
....... ,l/R 1..11 yotwlay.nH ty. That is not an idle statement one-story concrete block tore ',ticc of the I performed West West Chapter i'l.if ter d sissy Caelaa hlsae'itave
i\ peace at resent on duty in Key I every
%..... U.. Ata.y Nt ticrauM everybody who knows building at Simonton and Olivia and '. a ..Marlat# 4
my duties efficiently conscicntiously Lindori succeeds Comdr. Savers F. other vl.'untn-' ( atlas
Tr1I' r Key. West H-r. me is ware of my devotion streets at a cost of $ ,000. and I assure the people tilippone. UbN. who had CurryDied excel Jen I r-sull. ptixrut. vrMhave ....... ....'- 4''Irmw.
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.. *. ty ..... .U.ut urn,up children. .. ,
MI*.i f | of my district and the. county atc command of the Sea l -opaul. .,already been over the type"hRar a ... ,
I.Mw t4. eritlruuivl. u* the lull "I am widely known my, I _oit am rlrviori' : I will serve and Beads lakes' over the old I This A. 1 M. ( "';:> said he found l** Kev Mtk'M.New .
n. .ily. bell '." *.wace serviceCCLOTCX activity in fraternal and civic organizations Bradley Named them with a similar devotion to command of the Amberwck form residents: will to cooperate *I ....... .... '
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stolid i J.or inc CM(ice. I arty hem hy Camdr William Par- (arl F. ('mrv. 4H dif-rl thus was just a matter of seeing thru. Ytrelt ... .
fiunty. Finally. my cxpcridtmeRita the | of bam. USN. | iiioimng at 3 otloil' in hi, .. i-;.-..i- and asking them fur their dorm.i atte.rend. a ... -
me thorouchlv to perform Sup Sewagei wa- Sa.., Cara"l1SANDY'S I dente1107 Hcming after tionz." raM Aaiar. .. ...... r ,
duties of sheriff My appreciationof .
a short illncs.funeral -. 14em .....4
WALL PLANK the support given me will be Fill Diddle was t".lay namedsupcnntcnent 1 1I GARAGE Low Weekly Summer Rates I se.vicr"1IJillcl' the 'liI PI III the wa1. .............
more than I can I of the City sewage I Next to La Concha Hotel I section of the Lopez<< uncial drleaaasa tai11A. ether ..-
-- plants by Robert Dopp, city service -1 404 Dural Street Phone 501 Now in effectt Home. will be announced l lat"r MOM and DAD. 'aiI_1.A www .. .........
HIKl;>K .14 MHUl: YARDTflNS"CAKAGE Seek Divorces director. Bradley will sue BATTERIES CHARGEDThe Hue for Navj Personnel Survivors: two si:;tcrs. Mrs. I) IKyou believe LEADERS latralad Meat .....
TEI..I'PHOIfI. : Ile ,I ; ccd John Rankin. who is leavingthe t OopSbeaee. Bus B. Giles and lW.: F Collins. ARE MADE. NOT BORN:' if : w. pat,.ts11 .. .
Petition seeking! divorces were city shortly for his home at Quick-Sure Way 1 1r CENTRAL HOTEL two borther Charles E and Ai them:, MY CREEL" tlE'he6ft .....
filed in the office of Circuit Clerk Seattle. Wa:;h ing ton. "'ar. _r"'"' thur D. Curry chil'ljen and youth as time liofwf 'tile isiiaatmg tataiwi
ROM C. by Norman R. (. the future. fin in: and fur all Tow 'fllatty u1rt011..
, Willrox against Naomi Mae Will, men rNrivwhef. I will su live Copt W.... bias
Opperman wIth v"ung people day by "tMa'a
Rolf IL E. yihai Hal4rw,
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stye against Wilma Opperman and by I hey catch the spirit <>f MM ...... .A
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11.alfalf B. AKTVA*...>*.*.s Macaws !- of ability and honor, but I
r.._ Th. uu.. 8-a141. way. (;Qp By
....... aM ac..u. T : also full of discouragement $. $ 4,
,y tt.ip ...,., .......... .a Xa .. .'Ud J J There will be promotions which j
rt -- CK.; .. r & I FILES OF i
II" >J
:. Ranh at liq w.... .,..... .. ..c.' etas iattee, OF may often comeundesired and
$ ._ even unwelcome 1l as unpleasanteoaaoquenees j
...... !er .V. *. ..saen..TED Pass I '
will be foreseen.
th. Pr... a .*.t. I1 o.w1 a t. ants t x
:,: W is M_.,t.e..t alt ..w dl.patehes crediteda aad I i -oil'' Lfeel 8Wee$:and Sfttef btfnste {in this

S. .... ._ save It...... .......ydlted...... lees.ralecsneto. Ia this paper. cause I his,can ; life. chick is. really far from on I : ;

...-... aATRa ers of for state. ., iLE
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"I1Ott p:'.. m.. ; JAT. MARCH 28. ISMSThere. -
: f ;
4" vw -- -- -- MIe .... people !. aa inHina inn toward
.. 4, ... .,.. .
.V,..b.Il,tteti ..1kns they i a froot- high ideals witch a spiritual 1 1n
>headline nature;.but underneath there u aw1y"persgnality'
= _. i ="i_ .app/wau.ass a t. Overseas that may showas.
l open diplomacy or. in cruder na-
..... ..-. ...,..q&. ......ot'If'.M t .,..-.Ir.. re.alatte.i ub 'J tures'|A,cunning: and craft. Thts .
rr- .sI trISr .b.-c-.. ....... ..... -m lie. may produce tsrirewd> business

.... ::.. /,....,..I.. ea w,. ebe. .trei. wb1d. tain". The C t-] men. Vho make their- way by .Part
... to w N 4IH..d are m ..... a tt.r -. joint radio, voiding dangers rather than by
h PI ? a fpN T.. p M e l- ..a ty .. 11.. combating tfaenu.*.
::: :: opesmg
: p..Ii sad bj.Ma 1. M M oll j
tl.e.tTr ..w4a-. ......... hat hi will ael .. U..b ....)..0... and ) !
.... 1P""I"'". not only to !
,... i also to the yesterday fot Matecumbe to resume -
taw! and. the I her duties as teacher in the
'.. HraylThTOR. KT WEST War public'school there. R

frt TOCATBD BY TIfC cmza -

real ;. the $ of Key Tom Kelly left this morning for ...,. Wid. wt1lsm II.M.LSifM
hop' Miami to visit relatives and
i early in .
1usflat :- I. MOT Hotel and Apartments <: to friesds. heavy ia normal tines. The high waUr comes from the flo d.4 Case f*..* Vw r

,..... :: !. >B..r4i and Bathing Pavilion. the' -.over the, T erous communities struck t>+ flood ia Michigan. Poo.f Ivsjua. H8nte sod Ittlaeltas d I

a. AtoyarU.. Land aDd 34. & Mr and Mrs. Heyward Smith -- --.--.-. -- ---- ,'.
'a OnmMMiHun of County ""Itd of Tampa;, are visiting Mr. "'ln '
Guy Governments.i. : : been in Smith's mother Mrs. Line lien- SNOW STORM STRIKES .

CawmtiaUy, Auditorium. sia ) ,family at -- -- ----a -
1k 'r
streets left son.E.
Key. H. Cato. :Jr. and daughters.Miss 1
wJtne Edna Gale and Mrs. Hyde

of the son. Ken- .I are vutuig in Miami.
I .
<"d yes- Today The Citizen says in an lr
ffcmftelnte* Adults: S : << l editorial paragraph:

Ad )K* who t compUin about the witho i Income-tax p,3yers.wiI! have r Xs
'who had ,, nearly a year to,worry about their

way of cfelldrrn should! remember. that for ti (...*_ left_ next." _

: fMMfn learn what they know, from up its .......................,

.. flv a food cxamplr. thus helping to \ Announcements

cUmiaUh the dellr.quend" ot. youth

Nut ,ftut supinely deplore tha existingrendition. PRIMARY, :MAY 4, 19.18

r ..........-.............. a.o .
THE< ORACLE. ship ,< For County Commissioner

that Fifth District -
I : '
bargo < ( ) j EDNEY PARKERFor .:

County Commissioner .-
I Fifth District ..
.. **Th. drat day of the week cometh still ,
W. A. PARRISHFor t 1e ti ert a.i i "
:" 3J.ry Magdalene early when it was yet ing x

: dark unto the acpjlchr and aeeth the ( ) I Superintended ...... -. ... ,

: None taken away from the aepulchre. Then I Public InstructionWILLARD
M. ALBURYFor BRITISH ARTILLERYMEN ID J.r'uasl.m brush .... trear [ MM, oft* a ealtlm ;
she runneth and cometh to Simon Peter and Judge over the,semi-tropical area. Th snowfall cam* dews for 24 a*.... It w4M> *M .toM. ':. I

t tu the other disciple whom Jesus loved and Xv i Superintendent -',years. In the usually sunny Holy Land

( ) HERIN Public Instruction .
have taken -- -- --- -
.... Mith unto them They away '- i,

i the Lord, out of the aepulehre. and we know ;: 1 '1: 1 .HORACE: OBRYANT Loses Toes FindsWalking 3HSSLNG: TOTSFOUR.YCAR.OLD Nli ,t J_ .2 J

not where they have laid Him." 4GF.It d i For Superintendent.of --

John. 20; 1 and 2 ressors."H""B: ..a'l; Instruction Difficult.1 hlMt I
...... Where. have they laid my Lord?* j : ey' ; rif
al \ ROCHESTER, N. Y-A couple<<: ,
bold For Clerk of Criminal Court
(CSo tender loving and so ) the of weeks ago, Russell Haw ; 11, ;" 1
tivei I (X SAM B. CURRY
Could they bind Him tight l lar, nt ] of Garbutt, ran away from
home and spent three nights in iI
man' shroud & J' J
In a rich For Clerk Criminal Court a barn near his home. I ;
And silence the vioce that had cried PAfY I[ HARRY DONGO His feet were so badly frost- +'

'. aloud' bitten that it became necessaryfor
l' For Supervisor of a surgeon to amputate all of I i
.0 Hi disdain of the gold tuTr 1 Registration his toes. I;

Wbtre have they laid my .Lord? man. ( ): : i ... 1; JOHN ENGLANDFor Now Russell will have, to learnto I
( !
'r (Ho! brave *o fearless and o kind) walk over again for without
Juvenile toes his feet will develop "a ter- ,
Judge Court
Could they flaunt a banner before His riffle arch" that will make walk-
fare and ing moot: difficult

And teach Him to march at War's : Judge Juvenile Court +. sa
: grim pace ent, FRANK O. ROBERTSFor
:- to the smitten be blind? .
And Hi eye : \OTI('" 1 ,uo:lt FICTITIOUS I
Justice of Peace \MK %T'T' T':
Where have they laid my Lord : XOTIOE IS H!iHfc.B.IEX thai
t I First District the undersigned. d"", irlnj? to engagen
0 tirelew )
hand ,
.....;.... CO( healing of IRA F. ALBURY business! under the fiilitionnname
t' truellnn Ca.Not
or u."bi" '>n
. n that hU voice might ring again ) For -elciion In<-./. 41: Fleming Street Kc: :
t I VWvi., Florida intend. |<> relti.ter" '
of men
For the common cause common Mill fictitious with the tlerkof
street For Justice the flrcuit Court <>f Monrt r
i of Peace
In Held and I lane and common upon .t ountv 'Iorl.u.

RIVAS t First District I ;died Starch 19 i 1)0.JoEPII: ) Mm.;.,. !
I marapr.I' '4l "
i inate : :: I .Justice of PeaceSecond \ Tin-CHIC-.tIT (-'01:-RT-OF Tnt. tr i11\
Without being an alarmist, an Intel- I. : : : J DistrictMYRTLAND I-:I.Kt I-:\1'II. Jlimitl.' <'IH( IT'
OF TUB T.\T'; Ot-
li'I'nt American citizen is conscious that : Ii. -I CATES IN l\ .(1M'II\M' > foil.r.H""HO'. Ml OK t'I.OHIU"1 )

Case \a.Ii1:8Rt1.P
.... nation aluM consider the possibility of For Justice of Peace. II K 01 I Ph1:31.INN riainxrrWIL.M1 ,.. .

., ...... kind. of armed clash with Russia.The : Second District rs. -- ..
and Court : tlJ>I.HMNN. :
conviction i.i general that a war I ROY'HAMLIN ItefemlantOIIIIMt .

b.. in the future but that it i i8 not likely in !\1S 1 w N'. \\II.M\: 01IMHII4 OI'I'KUMVNN:'%TIOf .\!'" I II ''''901.-. -hM T...ttae r rsister.
Civil between Com of For Justice of Peace '....lfordtrm. $Stamfordnne. ,, Edit (ppr, r*.... 1 inyptt> / ttirlt ... ea
... the near future. wars ; Court Second District I\.I"..-..e appear herein> ",r I New Orient. tt'.day W..n| yllfate_ ___ltl ... A

munUt anti non-CommunUu are expected bles. I SAMUEL R. SILBERMANSAM .l.. -f..r"1'11.. Pr.. t;...l"!...l..sill.. .tttlwr i. .ire. i.a..r.d. IHti -. ,I the waters .f IN "..$.. err as fir els
la add to the gene real turmoil of the world ( ) agaiiI.t 3"U. I I"TJ.I' Slar.h :::0. the child,.. UU .. and wese dlvaor I r va t161 .. eltrs

situation, .but the end probably will be war Assessor ,'..Rct-'T. 1.. \\'. :.Rh Fio-14s.a .' s... tor.i. t't'lo. bank tad watch

; Btalea. FO For Constable ....'- .1' ,'!.rl. ,'.r.'uu .' ..nrtSEAl.t _- __ _h. _. ._
fur the. United --- -- --- --
The expert admit that the United a eci ..ioaer First District U. >RR.b:
for Moreover, CARL J. INGRAHAM Altbruefor I'laintiffOTc I lit. .. -. '
U not prepared war.
f tatf' *
cisr-ti.ayr.t-iS-I;./lt. I ( A-ft.... ....... I
-. H U&. common knowledge that the United For Constable \ :OP I\Tr:'TIU\ I 1794-CungnaaAmeiwan ..... _

Slates. has not started wan In the past.! | First District TO FUN IKK Fl\l.lrrLl/1TIo\ill ..: I i Hen h.i tr asP i1Egerin IM A.M".. s .. .' A

:" The Hovkt Union it b i realized, will be the &.ORel'. I HARRY H. JOHNSONFor (1 lrol,ate :r.II\. t 1 1M.... Msent .. ...... 1
free I\ rol HT Or Tilt: < 111'\Tr a.omusltce4 .h.. d oM .. ... .
kali.*.* to determine' when and where warM Jl "O'HUIf'U' NT '.'' .. sllgat1M
I E Constable STATK OF H-OUIII l\ Plt.a.STF ./* .m-w sop welt 4sew d.. '
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Ill .Wfin.Among. I dared meanwMt.1311Battle ...
the Firs District la r* the RMat nf .. .. ...
many experts, the opinion is \ SOFI PKRKZ I E LA ('* ..-T \. i .. Il.a,>r>ru wt1AfM .Ib. '. .... .' w'
.; fort1.r. ; C. FLON Y PELLICIER- AUn known a.b.1Fl.t I Bend. AU.-G... Arne .... I iU.n
held that Russia is not yet ready I>E CEi TAT
piliely. I'tKKZ:: I
son breaks power .. .. .......
b the ( > >yE Ft;TINC( tEi (AsEr. ..
that it will take theRuiaa For Constable !
They Allhoro It Ma: .nrern: )J8U- .w Ywk ad .. .. fur .
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fiv* to ten. years, or possibly ... '" .. : Fir 3t DistrictBENJAMLNL1 **>Ia*>tice Curvla Ivberebj-filed bi given. final that reportAdminiRtcalor Ranfd au, : ton on t.lephttrle..sow talq -. .w I
i": war PIERCE-.. or the .-Mjile nf sn'V'tia f... I I i distance to date
\ .lancer, to .be ready to face another long : Perms de Ia Cuelda. ..1- k.....a n i I i 1890-Federal H.- lira = -14iw. i !
j ((Beam( J dr.eavd. ,
HK1G3 Perez' .
I .. .aa..a-out atruggle.Everybody : that be filed hie petition.. I acted: to preisel ep.rldM. dcontagious ---.... ,.. Y ywra ... I
final .j -liarge. and that !> mil ttt....... ,
admit that between .. .
must a war For Constable HoaoraM Rarmnnd RL&rd ( r l.e er I
L apply to the
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>tion/u'I 191ft Situat** rr ,lira '
and the United StateeS will be out County Judge of M"nr.M- \ .vats ....
Rula C\r. First District C..untFlorida, 011'the 12th dar I i! so desperate. Get. ..ttptts. f. j
ruffle of the first magnitude. Bombing able CURRY BERNARD H. WAITEFor A April. 1S4S. for of ..ameand France offers **i tah. I i
a AdmIat.trator j
.. ..
\ for final discharge a. '
will 'I .. then training beh1sd. tfhe hr1 i. 1
in i f fia Perrs4e
will not win the war and the cost Constable la Coeota of the. estate al,... kiu>'.n a- ..fiaPfTrx lines l'MfJt. -- i
too -.r .
this will be staggering. i de Cu e"ta. (le- ea4.. on this
dollar to country Second District .f March. U4xISD I I 1M4-The warns! .. .. tllrM !
that i iih day : 100 battJahitLM ...... atf'IIIK !
financial expert even suggest RAMOV HJI \ T1 t>TA.dmini .
that 1uU$ JOSE .\ .tratnr t.f the estate .dSofia signed by Pr Md.4 t !
burden of such a contest C. ta_ afro )MU. I
financial Perez de La e
the'" 1939 The UI S.
1 known a.. :f-ofl Here 4. ('u.ta. e.- I[ s.-Carl 1
piigkt, .be the end of the private enterpriser l er Constable .I Ieasted. I I rules Gve "'".. .sn tot ... N !

..trtR. rrffardie ,of the wishes of the Second 'District Attorney Enrique tso.ulnaJdo.for S4miaistrator." Jr_. ;, employe and .. gtggi. Mf 181 .1'

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Chapter want >ott to 'fea. thta titer Twice daily Moore Suoervlsed the ,
9 AJOR: a aaj." h* said< "Don't Trove i>reo ration of the tiger's tennis i
_. "_ -.: M: anything unless Fri here with -and'in less: roan a "ffS'saw him
1'tlnh ,+.. w'HIft lk 'lavfretrtl :-. : s _... vered slightly as when you oft.. .Aboro alL restored: to a semblance of his orig- ".
II '; to take aim at the get In;th5<'ge thim' for toj.1 good'temoct.Then.'\0'Y0'3J'd' the :' .
,. *** 21 ,,}' Ki kntf' hiltlhi r : tiger.Rut the ') reason ". end of the week the big animalseemed ;
: : looked duWote. to relapes Into his surly .
resirr. ... .. ing at the door of h Major 'wont -like? "H:'''>'>c moods, marling 'and charging l : '
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I ,such a : against The bars when Moore approached '.' .
F'r Community Fortune was not "He ays 'cona"teed- the his rage., .. .
MIMA : : squeeze Tie trigger .HWb tat fcjts nt a 4 : Moore noticed also 'that Tony
I .* Moore intemnrted worty-.bout lhat,*Moor Rlcco. while c ontinuingto obey his
*- mmi. NEWTOSw Concert Ass;-4 tte'f' ; e muzzle Into him. "This'tt er'iss a epeeral directions seemed strangely nervous ..
: I'll see the Mr. Fraimnjham and fidgety. The unexpected
What the deep.
= rktaw ..w face of: to do", Fortune hit point eMir to Fortune." change In the.keeper's placid temperament
>. .!'If".>44 *. 'M .....wIrene.,I. tfncers aha: ;worTktrs. ,,of, Key riourfy. '"Cant you partlyiried: plan had al- led Moore to give, him .
\ ;J1 ir. re if hauM .'WefiU onununioncm.A&. m-killer?" formed In Moore's mind jpmeadnce1: '.
r te y s mett I
by the events( *f the "1 suppose thatbig i cat's got you
<*... .** DmSrwwM .. ......., [HIT te triciatioa wiM;xrfftciaOy! !bpttithts'year's ? Moore nied too,** he said sympatheti- .
,_ Maiw w find .MII-.nd la' tientbership-drivertorntar ,I hands gun.. wrenched and deftly it em and went ,'directly to tly. "He's plenty dangerous in >, .-
** ft If** ........ .. next, year', row( evening with a kick-oU dit- aziire. He handed it \' oftice' lie fou' Lout hn present niopd. so be very care- a
that Fortune had trie- ful not to go into his cage: for anyl't'hOiL
Lee ,OrientMrs.
caiwei ner with warning.
St-tiH, "tiflttJ < : the-too chairman In ad- ,
2 f .wit hunt W K y West Dan Navarre,.president of "Don't ire that -e of his arrivaL Ricco nodded and Moore thought "
... cf s.. utounduif musirajn'rffet the association, ,announced. that hers.: *.e sauL understand you had a rather little more of the keeper nervousness .
M ear, timrtrfiMMnc ahyon Who'fcelieVes he' can Monday tf n'tickets:for lie 1rt year's;ComYniuury t were set t&fire training" Framingham' said towing I his twice daHy practice,
of killing the animal regarding Moore across Moore stood the door of the
*ltH rfil>< BMtl' nrkt SatuN -Concerts- cordially intted at cage
1 "He's killer. I desk with massive frown. While Ricco the ." eve- .
to atteftalhe which a a flung tig! r s
4p, April 1.. thrt. will| lie 24 ((3mriert "
tune shouted. 1 that you've taken hold nine meal to him through the bars.
tor ....... .III th Windows Of lethal at l-oo: p. m.
I srtiund with him till situation at the zoo but I As usual he turned to go as soonas
M thivtl aural hoM. and aterej.tlM Tbry are hot only cordially I to, handle 1 don't to make it quite clear that I the animal had received the
trill te rrml Hun T d Invited," said Mrs., NaVarri. *but I tog one of my kcep r you too valuable a man meat.
*..** !*....* to orb* you ia'fttp are urged "to.ftend. We'd like.losea i ""Don worry yourself to avoidable- Moore was on his way out of the .,
eveJ'YOfte-Who-ts interested Tit Sjiid'coMIyirom! ." building >en he heard a scream
Iii tatMity ed 'Ht'b '
e'ompriser '1"l' : nsiti1ity." think I can train that tiger of wild terror. He forgot his lecture .
the 'Gneerta1m., out imd volunteer "my I ; .
M. tlHrtel. i Is .
bknk ncvd.Ju "
Hitnr Fortune ,with, : ; Moore said firmly. "But I engagement and everythingelse
... .. rata i.. 1'Cih...... < takei to 'help'.us jnakethis year'snxmbeulh j cion. ".\nd why did your authorization to put me as he rushed toward the sound. ptretr M potter and plat ip an"even 8 "E'ater-sue-* herewith 'that rile charge his feeding:.He's I "The tiger!", 'he'thought: as he
'. Its ..*. yw. .. 4l. ttemuf UMvrfMftpft cecs 'thsajlast I ear's/- 'ddn.t: ssk for your a tractable animal, yet I I ran. "He must be after Ricco-but
(tad |4 UMTH the tumai of Guess or the dinner Fortune;, still shaki t think he's been getting the II don see Jiow'. .,**. '. .
., ufll( beI1m:: :de.Veroer. represntaslve'of -:. slambod way-t W type 61 feed for the' program I' 'Moore, picking up,a chair m the .' .
ms .I J.wr t' berate Md
you )! the Community Con- and Moere looked put.him.throug In tat'I'm corridor behind the cages, ran to
N tt po.A.eLArv. j' certain that 'was what : the,enclosure where the
feVts Association )Jr.' i derinjiyiSoirelhlng tiger was
,...1., to next y ni". lout :; ; de \ery, : him to charge me today" I quartered.,'otfe corner of; the
e .......,* will tor ffrrti to the firsteMee here Trortt' I MV,York to assist t Moore det"itlE'dHe: ngham weighed the re cage, he saw Ricco. terrified attempting -
.......U MtbttMUmf. a romct tn"lter Wesecond membership. to protect me..wnen carefully Furaly he replied I to reach the door as the
drive irtirch'begins on Monday I'm confident tiger clawed him. Two
fiat U liar at much hed e quite i at great
t t.atpamrrs' manes 10 and.eklends \hrbugh all of next chewed up by that' yon know what you're'trying :fr fragments horsemeat lay about
Mr l.'"rt IIHd 'wrek. he; to shoot I will' grant-the au- :, two feet outside the cage bars.
........ MI TW W..nkiiB* Club... "Uftlckuarten:, for.the flnye will I I'm safely out of the( We w ill give it several Vhat the devil'" Moore exclaimed -
H .*.l M ytt The f. fir* will b*' Whi West'Woman* ; s1&red the Apparent : trial: then if the results are : He rushed at the cage
.*ni taM trw a. ... until 1.., .,: Key ; Club on00val of Fortunes actions wholly ,satisfactory. I believe poking the tiger with the chair legs
p M. Mini. MaiMtay until &tur.a streett 1 time, but w*s have to ask >' abandon from outside. The tiger, snarling
,I into any rational ( the'animnl" furiously turned to repel the at-
.. Moore had begun to understood that, more t In that interval of hardly
V.! L t). Tmlp" but'' 'N \ G lf RaIl ill -
Cl own plans to copes: the tiger was on tnal. the more than a second.RJCCD his hand
e- ........, Ixrau.e 'h; : I. logical jealous suP : chairman: had told him In ef lacerated and bleeding. slipped out
fit iirk MwUI br fivm to tbq t Moving with great/ I If to'prove the: vabditV of his the door on the opposite side and
n.*T tlffTCC prune to Mifbtif Lo.w-.PneeFt(C Id f drove the rebel tiger He knew that if he escaped.
regular cage. The Fortune would make full "God. that was close," Ricco
.pee esrtrrw ra rarrrrtly." flThese: I continues and Moore I of it. said breathing heavil). "I was
..... W* .c-. will h* announced- Mr.' Average Golfer can ex training program w 1936.'I' trying to take the meat away from
ai arts "jlimteyW fart to become better than aver- postponed. Having R the next week,Moore took him -fchen he Rot me; I had to do
..* ......-..* My Mrs. O. &4e this summer,judging from i I tiger to its indoor, to be presjnt when Tony it. Mr. 1\Joore-the Major made me
H. !*di.f ..fcUm. >n ..f the them. perdicttons made for a n5\v golf gave Tony Ricco. the tossed the huge chunks of do it;" Eke sobbed bitterly.France .
be.... .........n. "that Veryt' ball Ju'f announced. er, instructions for into :the 'tigers cage.) (T. ae cel1&i..elj l

eras th$ fewer 8w ronlAL I 1>*. The new ball is tha Lm '-- .
..... .w y Wr.l' mink i, I I. Q. U Strolls" developed and tested by ,

"'7 ..... e.ft4 here U a r hanc3erwe The Wortlungton'"Ball Co. the

M .. MTrT ?t'ieIda' 'largest exclusive golf ball ISR 1 1.j
gnat remponcn ronlwl Maters' Elyria: %)hio. The ball's --rro 1.
the htp ait i c
egerw.e Minf tmler t'aJ Urency will recordingto .. 1, __
*. MM ,.*.*. CManwiuty" Oon- wanufactureT.' permit the

nit ..t.... Tirkiti nxwttt U. urlelf Ue of shorter tubs Which in! Daughter to

be MI Ml at The W.nan': turn mil assure better control, Mr. and Mrs. .
f 1Mb Ul rayI week IJ4Il'br and' t therefore; more accuracy of" 'We .j .
tfotvrry, Kty > -<
Nrergl. fUtonaay Iran. amt unHifwr and fewer :atrpfees. Ju re pJnsejto I the I birth, ofa. ,. :l
a | 'fmpcctx: the Subhead i3vald Flower Fifth "
Mee. IXii Ncrwrr*. pr" Dent ofW to,be remcrkabTe.PlaWMaile: .- I'New York City\ t'z' -
A MTUlMk. rTfxwt Ihit ctu'l j I :.. : 1pm. The baby on 4-. ) tilfr1l:
I ... (to *..*M .*HMit the sure n u! /ir4 cJa /
.. flew ......... 'Iasi 1'.1 } For j seven-ounces. ; ; ..
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1 Son to } 4 :yam Re -
Mwt.y f'Wfttnd to Key Wert':|,! Fool Dance
April ) ; A son was born at: 3 Kt'
.... Mkt. "*i rt W. brlter that, f $ WM awlr th* lMHlfMlU: i I morning, in a local '

Ir/ iron.sir... added "the ar-1 I )ln. Naomi Sjursen. chairmen: Dr. and Mrs J. A. a R
'. Duval The
Uws .... Me IIwttH to eoroc-for the April.Fool Dance on Sat-I i street
th. t 3 announced weighed Gwen: y.'Y .....
test gal aMpt'itd sins ture.u urda>, April r plans .
M .. snrp.+ta. The nwrv. tick.i .1 I Mae been completed I I ounces.
eta w* ..$t. tto Mur* %. can at.i ( A. prize 'waltz and novel ttoor .

l M. tTL". *,... the aft b who will' prize wijl l b* awarded.Ahy I!t Property 1'

r yw's Oannwnlty Con
nil" Hares Nwwfht to thin. bland : ) to,Wed I Property near

4 **y ttw Br Cttfrtr: Mia Ashby streets was v f

.$.. ....u..*.. HMMH .opr..nor An application. for o marriage by Mr. and Mrs.
tftI Makeekr. "........t: and been;e was ,filed yesterday in 'the II to Mr. and Mrs. '

........ Pr....e. piaairt. I'i I office; of'County Judge Raymond i I a wood Jr. for deed$11,000
POT yoMT purrtia art nut IU Lord by Frank S. Joyce 25. ; warranty
ff ,...". ertwe, to ko announced are of 70S Division street end Doro- I office :of Circuit 5ti
K ttor > end of the ....-. in all probofcr I thy,, E. Uo#-d., 26 of 1209 Royal Ross C Sawyer )
w to ....... your .ta. er tract..' tWhnfs Mr. and Mrs.
F to Due M..r.l I, Q Contest pay I '. transfered property
; Mrs.
William W.
I s inA to lt. Key West Woman' n..Ib1I1II11tIlllIllWlWUdlin..,
t'hi a10 Dae.l aarIrt.Oita .1 and Division'
: '- Doing $ ,OOO. :,. ,
Ct j jTWtI't.AEA : ., There are about '

Rktks t atNaval i SERVICES world.quarter" billion

Y.M.C.A. i Is no "egabutter In Franc When it ts available on the black
I It cost abOut 99 a pound. S* lays war bride Nicole de Gennes
HospitalA .' The 15.000,000
Jackson fiquar Whitehead
arrives at VaGAardia Field with her American husband. She
I in4 NtRhatd Sirloin to dto U.s. hsopitals out that American women who save every drop of used cooking.

lo. p+tsrtrl. debt .ante ion 1 iD! IJUJlUlIII"" resented more than, relieve world shortages o* fats and oils, and are paid for every
number admitted to their meat detlerm.
in ,I the turn over
tans **.. M tlw V ft. Naval Saturday
Ml to Mrs Mae Chl' &.... bal-I s0 P. U-Movies, -- uI

..Ivn1. L.. CWUIi*.. AMMJs 10:14 P..M.Second Show feature :
$3 ... CNr'a. announced at the Club 1-:= '

.. A..... p.rad "ush' was Sunday : : I

...n M Mr*. LnnD..Id.> 9,45; A.U.-Ja\'a Club,. discussion t-- ..-. -' ';' 1\i
,1..i Artt C. .' '
.w Group. '
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HAIL -,- Uoo A..M.-"Go to CHURCH I (.:.' :- .- ,, < ...: :,i.;..,Ys ii !11; 1
-Parties. ._, .. -., .-- j
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3;$0P.M.-Classical Hour, selections ,. : ,
anfOUfCed.IOO. ., ", "
N.C.CS.KrROlS ; / "Ia'
: ,P.-M-Fellowship Hour on .' -;
iNlp'tatN stir of tftnst the Patio. ,Community. Singing : : 1 ,' v. t

Beatrice Moreno at the J Ji
TRCMRAMBA ; to'OOPM.--CoUee: Hour. i i. I
-_- -- Camera Club meets each r ,. ''

":tfftOAY Thursday at 2:001': M. I, ]
> G. S. 0. meetings (Girls' Service -
P.M.-Pktilc "
I.. Pit .:W ,
Organization), every 2nd .'
Fmklnt laillI up in advance t tI
t.fed %th Mon ay. .
t+.JT AJ..&. 11JO A.u-com. Game ,Room Chinese hecken. -1
White -chess. card<% ping-pong, pool
NiAkw BrraUan.
desks library
writing current
list CUib U. S. Sub base
magazines., .vu-ious table games, _
lad Sunday). elc :#

I:_ P.M. T-00: P.Md.-Fishingtrip -Showers,"tennis rackets, golf
sign la advance). .
up clubs; fishing lines cameras,
lafetatatwl snakes houstoj. checking service, film service,
$t' Mtap.IlleIMeraua. nailing and wrapping packages,
lit .'UI'C. library, receiving messages phone booths

.. stamp l. wrapping and (lamps railway ,express 6ervree.'a1lkble .

iAfl packages, railway tt. \ to. SERVICE. PERSON-
|.i.s .rrtr laundry pick-up- NEL. > '
enlW) to all defense force Lesleigh Davis ;Director. I f' (.IP I'h,)t..) s si

, eaM tlwir families. Gerald Pmder. -Program Di 1 SMOKE DWINDLES FfiOM\ STEEL MILL STACKS of the Tennessee Coal. fcbn ft: Railroad Com-

: MRS. E. S. COUGHL1N.Csecotive rector.beveHy., I panT at Ensley. Ala. as ht plant begins a 50 pusgnt 'reduction in production because of !fuel

Sectttary. Buchanan' -Secretary. : shortage resulting from tie soft coal strike. This subsidiary ol tJ. S. Steel announced four of the

I" w UlSSIflLDACAS'nUAs.cnbl7.1 Doreen 'Cruz -' InformationDtsk" mill's six blast furnaces (extreme right) haTe bean.. baak** and four of the tight open hearth IUI

! ,Aide.. naces are being removed 1rom'oducti01l.. '' -, :4. .

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r'. t flfl i0? rt with< Coca-Cola Bottling Co.) fag -mat-bine- Cheap. 3tt !; ,
i .. Also young girl to workS*inplant Pattersonma*rM*1 1 tr yegN.ik .-*
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I, ..,. ,' Y, FOUR-YEAR DAVID MOSS (right) still has hopes that his i Apply office, 101 Simonton: Motorola auto radios to fit aii.etlafrom' ''
,;r. p Street between 1 and. S p.. m., $4250up. Cwmpletoir .. !
. .. daddy" will come back hornet And so he'requested his mothers j ;
I' ;' .... ..11, mar26-tf r EtalletL Bridge Radio. CM NW 15t11stLa I ..,....rt'" 1 a. rIN.
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. J" : Mrs Laura Moss (left), to set a place at the sapper table in their ii 1
l : I i M1an11. mar24he.t30gaL .1
4 :: : .. :: home at Sandoval IIL. on the first anniversary of the tragic coal I HELP WANTED TEMALE: i : -. ta! 4
'< .. } : mine disaster that killd 111 miners at Centralia March -r. : ,
H : ;: .. nearby on .1 .-...- .sai
. ": r: r 25. 1S47, But daddy'-will not come home He'", ,, one of the 111 I gas heater. 6 ft. .*pUr 1 ... ..a.etwaa
i' i Girl or woman to care for school.l meat .hcMMM!.
.. .. Tktims Mrs. Moss holds her ht moath-oId.daughter.Janice. refrigerator ....--
f !:. ,, e>g' aee children 5 to 11 evenings., .meat 'grinder. Sacrtfic: .....1{ --
,, .W' .. Next to David sits his two-year-old brother;Dwain. ?Ztx -ar--U ....
... i : Call,a341.- mart Make ,'m* a bid. R y% Bar b
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... 't' : -- --- i Grill, 627 DuvaL mar*<-4. .
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; t .. .1100)? ) Eate E To Classify"By : Furnished apartment. 3"rooms i iI I meat hbuse. one and twe> be4. roIill _
} "' ,. i i"h and bath. Maids and janitor I rooms bath and ktt icn Gum

: RUSSELL.- KAY'r I :service.. linens and utilities)i .pletely famished .rd.......... 11111! .Herr..et0 .
Coral Hotel
furnished. Apart1attests etc. Rented SUII1mnaDd .... .

.' .. ..... '. I : .. ,: opposite- Post 'Office. ter. Choice location. LU .lee<.1 .ar10eNaatlllp

..' -: : The most unusual.piece of liter. the start 'of a fund to. advertise: marl 8-1 Ot 1 enough to build more >p{ ....1.1I. ..AMIEas '

'.. 4 attire to" reach my desk m this the state. I,I I. meBts.of stores. Pttre f3k09i I aM le erfrw ..IrlrrI
\'\I '''' .'' FOR BENT'Office I Write Box J. C. car t[ lfa.aaiwatMta! ...
o "t campaign is a 123 page booklet: Anyone who followed the cam 1 .... .
... Ji entitled "Confessions of Ama paigndescribed so vividly in his! i i. rags r.tuM
! .: : :. in the heart of downtown
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i ,; teur Politician" by Barnarr Mac- 'I book will find it extremely interesting Key West available April ; .Vhite outside paint white ....w. i iI i I -1 .. itwerw ,

I fad den. being the btorf his ex.i I and enlightening. After! 1st for long or short term lease.I el.42-13 per gill Ucquee rla .

periences when he became a candidate 1 I reading it-I believe the politiciansand I Six large., airy rooms. rangingin I I t. aad-tolors.' Si23; and S4.U **

for the United States Sen : press alike will be a lot less size from 13 x 16' to 18'.x gal Florida tested reef lee KHfc ---------r

... .. ate a few years ago: i I inclined. discount his chancesin i 18, suitable for individual I I 1>>per gal. Dohrrty & Ca.Oliviarcor. M

,'. It is interestingly written and i the present- space or suite of offices Idea ........ Fttooe IM9.Poinciaca ...... ,.. ......
contains plenty information It will be interesting: to see to i for almost any professional, ...ISi ., f 'aa

that candidates foe. arty office +1! what extent he will capitalize otr, service Plastered high ceil' .. ... .casereliks.

might profit by. Nowhere in the I: his experience and what new and I ings walls always light. ,cool 1 i'I : Beauty Strop, faMr .. w--L tree,

'book does it mention thq fact that I: novel tricks he pulls from the bag I and comfortable. Completely I' equipped. workinz three ......1 ...... 41ir .-..
... its author has entered the pre. in hi-j campaign for governor.: The i decorated. Move right in. Com- I tors. For information. ...... neieiA.
; release of this book is a good tart i it plete facilities! including men's
sent race for governor..: I 851 or 863.. .....*.-_ ---
.. If you will recall.*there were 1 land t he probably has other surprises -i and women's washrooms. Ph. .... NY

six aspirants m the senate racc- :, to spring when his campaign -I 9267 or write P.O.' Box 532 : Plumbing supplies, c It III It let --.. -----
.. .. Andrews. Cone. Carter, Coe j jr l i really gets under way. With; Vil-TV: : marl5-tf;?t stock. Plastic trie, palace aired a1Ma a .
; Hazen and 'Macfaddro. The only more opponents inthis ace and I brushes. Murray' Platolritt.t
.. several them tMc .! d tlra.
.. -. V candidates given' serious i .showing plenty of ; Brand new one-bedroom duplex. 1532 N.W. 62nd Street aliaalI ,
COOO.1 0' Urlataw11N1
:.. deration by the politicos I strength; it might 'not,take more 'I ;JI i4Light on the ocean. Private I t Fla. Phone 7-3421. ......-..1 platstfjNi
than 70,000 'otes:1o[ err 'the '
J. ; press wereAndrews, Cone and 'I' sea b. Ready for occupancy!f ,
:-: : run-off. Anyhow, here,is one observer I.ft j ji U
Carter. ,
Some observers
extended .
; I I April !5. $150 per month by Rexair. new. with ", M M- ..
i n : tbir necks ,to the poi+tt pftei: count who the is'strom not. going man to from di-i- y/ .- Apply Steven: Hotel t J i ments. Reasonable cells .aeI J JI
; .. daring Macfadden a 100 to I shot. Phone 14721 mar24-tf ccpted. Phone S>>-.I. '/t1, --n.
....... r .f. At:'the time' Miami Beach" I'm not the guy; to < -- -- t'. S. + race, theMiami he qualified Beach publisher for'-thfe ; laugh off a fellow.who hot tnore I oline Street III .....01a

** votes than-Fred Con How aboufc riY* Furnished Cottage; four v.aaM Eel. Mr.E
5 :r and hotel man was relegated to Modern 3-bedroom
bath Geer-
a quinella on Macfadden and ..rooms and bath. $130 per ta
the position of low mall >on thet I m6ntiu.JVll utilities furnished. pietery furnished. AMUUincn eLelrar
.. t : totem .1. 1 Cooper. They mayvbe long shots ra.. ...
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Call 31'1-R Mar26-3tx ; 70 x corner ...
} but think of what you would win. .rarasl w+raa
When it became evident that! Can be- partly financed.
I ; a ir.reat
this political "Johnnie-come-late. Furnished Rooms. $6Z single Seidenberg..Ave. Apply ... ..
V V ly" was getting somewhere and It:' Takes, Plenty I ; a + s.
'" : l, had to be reckoned with he was : ., Grinnell$7. 0 double Street.per week.mar26-3fx 626 maN3kt ._._ d rr ItAl.'s.

P bitterly attacked but.ha. .
New two-bedroom .-. II'
ucd to attract followers ind whn To( >MeatlAnrentinaBUENOS
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f per x ir loc TUe beta kitcfce
the votes 'ape fl- ----
were countejd: i ; v
month. 1417 Olivia .
Apply St end porch. Electrie Utctoew.Spacwns .
r ed for several days that he had a r ems O
finished in second<< place and I c.... "' .. bielr -
t would be in the runoff with who live' here are proud of !tOne ......rol .'.beeches J. M. r... M .-

1 } Andrews. In his book he contends Argentine meat and prove it by bedroom cottage completely I II' nudas. Phone IS1.W. I .... ... ..
that he was counted out in the I eating an average'! 25 pounds a I' furnished April 1st to Nov. 1. i' iaaU'itsi j ji -- _.
month .each. Since a lot of the $75 a month. Apply 1209 'Division -
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last go round for refusing to pay
V off. Many believe that if it had !I three million inhabitants of the I street mar21-ltxi i i .\ small hot [ m downtown ICe r j

been .:Macfadden and Andrews in city are- children this means th:?' J JI West. Good cbeme4e MM 1 "& Ia ... .. .
the second primary the gentlemenfrom adults eat more than a pound of Cottage for rent. 1606 Flagler I .money-maker. Coo> teey twt' 1 :.

Miami Beach would have I meat a day. The U. S. average i is I avenue. mar273txWANTED : Dished and cvcrjrtauicondition. I. 1.....

won the senatonal toga. only three ounces. I Lane vakl.b4e let. .1 1--.;:
The final tabulation not being I The average consumption of' Building ideal for oHfev ..,..

recorded for several days gave meat is nearly twice the bread Two three bedroom unfurn-j Must sell on accoimt e< heel 1 t 'IPIM t'.__ ,eaasallttl ..
Carter &O.869-and Macfadden 71. average-12 pounds of bread-per P.O. Box 532. Key Wee. .
I ished house or apartment Local ....' .. rs.
480. a mighty good showing fora month compared to 23 pounds of febOl... :: ,
candidate who had been considered meat. One reason U that; the ., 'resident.': Post Office Box% "" .....'rain......r "erarlr .I:...
a 100 td 1 shot at the utart great number of Italians here eat 981'1 Hailicraftcrs SX-2J c.nwatt.s" .
II ... .ill ...
w of the spaghetti instead'! of bread. I
race. I lions receiver with awe...
I .. __ Throughout.; campaign Mac- Small. Apt. by permanent couple I speaker.: Tunes 544KC i. 4t w .' ..
t fadden blistered the -New Deal"and Subscribe The Citizen. 'i4' No chi GTCIi. Must be : MC. Excellent condMwn. s.. -. -
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reasonable. Can furnish rcferenees. l. ltaalrrt.rM
bureaucracy. lie appealed for
; : :? more comrriwnj..sense lend sound i FOR.SALE t:. Write Box 604. Key by 46-\V.appointment .- ....... J
: West Fla. mar25-3tx T..1 .
i I jusi: administration in 'government -, i
and it appeared that a :t Household furniture. 513 Whitehead Three all-wool
i Navy. doctor wife and 17 prew- 1 10 If1E .... s ....
surprising;: number of folks agreed street. Upper Apt. TeL mo. I repent condition. One ... rtrtaa
VF' With him on those points. I 427-W mar27-2tx :i old daughter would like 2 bed- colored Ort
Showmanship played its part 1 t ;I l room apartment or house in desirable i i'I Folding d*> bed u*.1! plc?
mahogany antique I tr>M. ,_
i it
location. Cau 1010. Extension
in his I' ice. He campaigned by 1942 Nash 600. Can he seen Sunday I, Apply 916 UizabvtA -It Jmmttt. al
plane doing most of the flyina I after 1 p. m. Kircher. 631 t i 16. mar26-txl: -* -- 'qI ... ...

Th t himself. In addition, he used the Southard street. mar27-ltx I J| I 1..... __ ...MwIOaaw

> .. giant voice from the air to urge I i Unfurnished two or three-bed-I BABY CHICKS .. .....

support with telling effect. I\an'; pocket watrh value at $35. : room modern house by permanent I r

While Carter was going: all out Will sell tor S25. Apply 1310 resident and employee of 100 big t- .1 _vi
healthy brvttvr
'" < 01'IWit move from Poin- c'flMMli.. -- ..... ..
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for the old folks vote under the Johnson Street. Mr.\ White- I I. U.Bi: C.O.D. Our ... -
Townsend banner. Macfadden offered head. amr27-2tx i ciana by May 1st John N.'I I laction $3.95. 1L Jc'pw/af 1'L : w....... 'i... ...... ttlI
Sl.OOO for a workable old- I Ellis. Phone 46-W. greed Pedai area rlttieogM ..... ....
Chicks. Befrmt. !tier.
mar24-27-2tx I/ i I...... glee_..
- ace pension plan. contending that Executive Desk. swivel chair. I Jersey. mate-N.O/.f1 t
; in his judgement the Townsend both 4500. Phone :269-W! No. -- --

t f f V ... plan would only serve to bank. 16 McCrory Arcade. Homestead FOR RENT-ROOMS CHICK SALE: Special tHw '...... '- at. Bert I 4 asVtesen .
; rupt the count. Florida. mar. 27-ltx I "- .IM
only. Finest quality 100
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__ lie strongly advocated an intel Light housekeeping rooms $10 to bloodttsted N. Il .... c..... .U .
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1 ligent. and constructive adyerti- 1936 Chevrolet Sedan. Good I $ls"pcl" week. 411 William Reds and Parmenter Ikd
Mnrfplan: for Florida and went sot tires. $175.00. 1523 Von PMster mar12- old. $6.1>>3 100. Send '' -- -- -
a. f- ; Lr7C St.1 nn nnr
far as'to Differ to givehis: first street. mar..'?'3t we ship all babY rtartts tXMI. -is. .w.w.q llnsta_
.... .,. ::year': : "salary of S10.00O toward : FOR SALE FOB. QUALITY POULTM i.Aatr, .... ... .....

: \.i .. :23 acres rich smooth Und! i fruit I Ii CO.' 4415 Monticciio IM_ (...- -..- .lb. tty) 4leilllr.PM. .

WILL y'Oll8.uIl.e.v water timber. 2 house* S850. i 440-fi.. oceanfront. StocK Island.I lumbia, S. C. marf' .Itt r.., lN .....1.-
1-2 down. George .Miranda Ready for cabins hotel resi .

: a i' 3retbodi I EivHis, Blue Creek Ohio.. mar. 27-ltx ;". W dence.:;\.n., Citizen.Bargain. Write marl-ti Box II STAKTED limited time CHICKS only.: We finest vttr niei-fw I 1 t Nte.rar,. .......- ....-. ..- .

> '. l ty 100 per cent bloodtee*** W ... .rMratla '. l.a/ ......
1 MadnessMeczy New Shipment of sheet!;'pillowcases |Ua#+Eeleetrie, Pump. S14JX) 519 I H. Reds and K. I. Reels. 2 i. 4 i j ..... .. *****. '..-....*.*.

i, spreads curtains, 'dress Elizabeth Street mar26-2tx I weeks old. $12. 0 per IOO. S* wl| iselllq wie1r. ....

Moots. down in our village es I!' "ps. skirts, slacks. etc. Bar- 1 money order no started a-taee. '..... s. ...... .MaMlaet -
i is an inveterate fisherman gains for cash or easy pay- Boat Greyhound fishing trip shiped COD. QUALITY FOUL' I ear al Al iwnM ,114 all
I although: he seldom catches any- ments. P. R. Russell 508 William ; ness. Ideal for man who bwi-j TRY CO. 4413 Montkctta Ild? ..,......

thin In fact. it has been whispered &tr. Phone 831-P.. mar27-2tx: I joys fishing. Grosses over Columbia S. C.POULTRY. 1IWIStf.I"'t ---- -- ..

about that Meezy\ rcallydates I 000 yearly. Reasonably priced. Il.a.atritt ___ "a

i ,fish. Johnson Outboard Motor a little ; Phone 1342. gall IIItI ...alI41tit

The other evening a neighbor over a year old, reasonable. No. marZ3-tues--thurs.t- ...

> passing: Meezy's little\ cottage called 5. Simon court 'BABY CHICKS. Bfowtt.... ..
out: "Hear lellv you went mar27-2tr: ;'1 For Quick Sale. Good seventy- Leghorn Reds. Rock. Utt.tra

fishing today, Meezc. Have any five pound ice box. Hot plate. ed. $7.9: per 100. Heavy ..1 x-Matae .. Illaealtllriii r'
l luckr Reconditioned Washing Machine.We book shelves tables cedar $8.!5. Jumbo Broiler .

Meezy, laughed. "I shore did," buy Tools and Power V chest food 'afe : couch beds, S%.:) Ship C. O. D. LONDE ... ..:
he replied. "Three-bill collectors equipment. The Traders. 130 i Morgan Studio 613 Flemingi : POULTRY. Box IM4. .

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H Meter CHIt : : -'- ......N...........l.a .... .i.....a'....7..... i.... ....... .......1..._.c..... ........N........M..... ...
..WIt.... ,. N..t.1Do..!'t..., S Nice Selection of GIFTS and.. ;SOUVENIRS.r : It Is .Elcctnad,- ?E iIJ\l j. .y. i POOR OLD CRAIG i i

11 1'>IltttAltBEi Plenty of Action:Toys for the Children J. : We .Wi&' I For tlad:Deliver :: :: WHITE STARCLEANERS .: Service, Station f
...... *" 4 ; SG Yam F1Kl1.Ct Ia > .
:. :r Elrctrk.E Werk' ,' : : '
A41'f I .. II Appliances Repaired \: : : J. H. BKAOT. Maaaeeraad PnO1 ttt ::
.R..II.* t. aItofeM : ..... ... .. : : 211 Dnvsttreet : :: :. Fnads Dtrfcfes Strw* .
.MlR... ee 1 eeee eeeeeee **eeeee *e* e e f .1] 4 ..LJ. ; ,. I Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. "
( ./.".,./.a .*./ ..i.. :...N. 1. i 1 Ut.\ "i ELECTRIC,1.?nt.EPHOD- -. -: 4:.I ; 701 DUVAL STREET Tires: Tube. :.U2da. Aot Acu1raYoW'PUREOlLcmdCASOUNE : 1

t s..t Th ***.! ./ SI,..".. : : HOME SUNDRY STORE:,1 if,, ,,i.3'e ...................;.......i........:: S22 SIMONTON STREET !.......-..........................GvoiV.........aa ...
AJ 0ed All"Hews"rreeea"" ., : ; (.f. ......'.)! Dry Cleaning ... ..........11...1.........11.............
: : .-DMSIOKST. TEAR COR?WHITE>ft :\ 1 ,I,:" 2irsiMONTON: STREET, P. O.; BOX Ui : .
f.. 1'tW: Y ; and Pressing : i
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Potronaga avltod" "
8at111tau.e. : : )4 24 HOUR SERVICE ;
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n..ty bid Suftdolr. ,.. : /c. Cream.Proprietary Medicine',.'" :, Free Pick-Up and BODY SHOP :
1 .. .. : Delivery Seme:
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JI................ : Side Room Supplies SchoolSupplie : i .j SUITS for MEN : SKi-M" : GREENE STREET : !i
; :j jSalc
r ( : Toilet Preparations and Articles. : : .: and WOMEN Aulo 1450b *55"" 1
.......... .................. ............ ..... ....... : .:: Alade-l\ ... ure Painting to i

*-..................... ... /. 1: .. / ...i:/ :. ..... : Outdoor Advertising$-LICENSED On the-Florida Rental':*ry* '2:: .j:. PHONE 282 :: : BODY and FENDER IUI; 'AUL.!+" i I

I WMIING % i. ; ; : .....................................Ia...... ..........:..........., i..........1............1.a.1111...........NJ. rr..
MUMFORD and ....... ..... .
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Repairing.SilrM '
: Exclusive Monroe County Distributors: jar .f RUSSELL
: : Carrier Air-Conditioning FUNERAL ,; f DRY GOODS j! :LOPEZ : ; Ovemu" Hotel lit .,..... M. : Ir

l1M !'II.......rtt : : : :! < DONALD BARBER i
for Domestic and Commercial,. 'Use. : : HOMEr : : : 1106 ou'vIi,STREET *S :
," ,.. : Funeral Service WaSpsdoffi* fa .
r--.y ......N : : au = PHOKES'-- .-r. IlflY : : .
ti" Tr-.. i... : ... ....................................1.....*._ : .: PHONE 373 ;: :' Est bIttK-d illS : : Scalp;Treatments. Hair.,.... : I

EASY. *ac : ............................-,' NI;..i......... : Those Serve : : :.. :. rhone 175STELL'S aLa t...sR....eY.............. .seas. :.
Mil w.L .MAVTAOWrtocrr IWUD : : ;: + : Who.Serve Dot, :.: Specializing. ': -.::; Licensed 1 Funeral I............ ...1................ra...........1.

..... ... Ott.n : : HOTPOINT x'81 tricCi '+':-' WE-HAVE"NEVER" ': ;:' in. : 'S .:. '": ,'.:: Directors and : :................. -....L......... .. ..1.S

Rif.. KnH. : : Z14g .1 .;B&TJtAtEDA,, RUST-4.1:.: ; ** ; : :' Eiiibaliucrs24Hour .: : BEAUTY NOOK :
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: Itefrigtraton. Disposals and Electric Appliances J $: : JFoweiiVcjiMl 5 -
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11II TRADERS Washing -. -." '. Scientific Beauty Culturein .
,: Marliinet for IntmedhitD' : '. : All Braiulp.. i
IM, ...,... ...... : HOME APPLIANCES ':-.: _Ambulance _Service,. :. Children's' ': .:- Ambulance : : rhU4rvuchl'E&pericac.. Fa .3

PMOMC Mil : Tclc/Jhollc 518 : : ..: : .Operator < :
..................... S SIMONTON STREET -ti -, PHONE. 11 :; ,Apparel, : Service : : Son W..., Used'LsdMn17 :
t ...............................................: : Never Sleeps ..: =, ;: .a- .: .
:................... ............ .. .. .. "..............1....... :...................:....; .: Pbon 135 Night 696 : Phone 637 53.F' S&e :
a 'R.e. Ib .i1..r ..>..... ... : .. :....-................... :.................e............... .....

fL I W 'S"RADIO I .i Key...West Self Service
J>i.| and Wh ebeadOppoait."" LfghUtous. : .- -'. -- -- .- Frances Beauty Salmrranccs !

i : Work Left by 10 AM. Can' Be 5 1 Key West Fla. ; Prrt. 0..W'f ::

I : IVrArfUp by 4 "*.M. 'Same J Day icenseContractor : : ,SOUVENIRS : III CRIMNCLL. BTMssTTBeauty :

: May Systems Phone I446. r j : Culture In alt UsPcnnozMots r... J
SERVICE I Ib ..................1..............,.....:.....1....: : Telephone 1127. 111 Dtrral Stre t.Jellenoa Hotel ; .;: : AU Sis' s : Facials Shampoo M-.Jnna, :

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wN : : % T When You Want"FASTER, :BETTER : .: "
.... : dwelllags, fire Insurance' : : CASA C\YO .
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: : SPONGES : Marion's
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btdn. Muse. by INSURING_with ,. ... : '. I
PINE13O1yk ; -" On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE y : BEAUTY SALON :
: bold -:1t Atlantic.Mutual I,'fire S :' Will Ship to Any Port : "SouUtentmosi House In U.s.A.- .
: Imuurue Co. :
I Modern Method
Guaranteed Work '
f .fa11 .. of U.S. or Canada : :
.. a-p awINIi :: AU Polidei Noo.Assassbl.. ? : 1400 DuTal Street TeU_ 1114 ]1 I
Save 15% on : Marcy S. Palacio( : Expert Hair TintinaHolr CttOagf' "*" ,p ; t
.lkHJ : MercanUl. TREVOR : :
Stock ,1. L. Crusoe, .AI .' Phone 674 : J. DOUGLAS .i, : .Personcdized Pcndancnta StyUaqV"" ,d : 3
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ttro. I CYCLE .SHOP : 'Landscaping Marl\ arid a'oP.Qil :' : farbee tIE55e ;
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s ,r --I TOP SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or $1J3I( PEA SACK J lrtrr S :
S22 Fleming St. R.M.Daal-Ia.Prop. ;.Phone 1013 : : : hssa .aN
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: MARL HAULED.SS40 for<4 .
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"'T'I Cushman Motor\ : S Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very 1Ie suonIbl.I !., : :: :
..,......... Setfptenf: :;' -, -t. : :. Appraisalst : i if
.. Sales and Service Immediate i :Delivery : I 6. WEECH 1021 A l via St:; : Leases
_JJCr.Ct.E- PHON."POJ,! J Rentals :
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PUM9A EAST : : Rantil r Sluice ............................................. : Management : f : Colony! !
s Buddy Seats .! .........................................i... J Improred and Vacant : fi H Ul a5sb1,d :
CfAIT RAILWAY ? "'; JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP S Properties In Key West : ,!,.5- .....t S141st
..w alssa4.d .... : Parking rlagsWindshields .-11-......,., I:I ... and Monroe County s. awt i
E. III DUVAL STREET: : "I artrst lMw1r
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II. till'S : '* Open Daily and Sunday, : : j. OTTO : : -=:. i: !
mo.MM : 9 FootresU ;I 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. : : KIRCHHEINERREALTOR : 5 F ___ Aa.........
.. : /e J SERVING | : : : < _______________ : t
1' emEtT : Dinners 411 Fleming Street ; ___ f
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1 tips fUrt ..nb. ...... :: :: STEELCOTE Also DAYTON RUBBER BICYCLES ENAMEL and ;- Also COMPLETE A La Carte and Sandwiches ;: alb Street .; ________ .;1 m. :
{ : Phones 124 and 738-R .
.....PH..12t................: ..............................1..11....Ii.....1 ..-.....-....-...REASONABLE............PRICES-.......1..111....-..: *.. Telephone 2U6 for Atf-inlM....4SE :
... ... 1.. IIIaa1.. ,'.....................x1....**.....**.11..*1ELECTRIC .i .**e.eea*>.Ae :............... :KABLA Cst ) Ot..*........*...

: BICYCLES .I RE;AIRES a t .... ...........vI >>... ............e.1..............x............... S
....................... A. ; RORIERO'SWe SERVICE: :
i Good Work-Low Prices
"$*l$. ..r .... la llirOOtrCLUB FOR SALE FOR RENt :: 2612 HARRIS AVENUE 2 I INSURANCE i

CJU' UKiHSE'he ; : Our Customers Must B. : : Repair} and Rewind All Types 0E'LECTRICAL / : .. : -Appeiatmeate Dailr.between StM AX.ale sad eeiple 2tM {f/!, :.

Satisfied : MOTORS : OFFICE : : from public by S*.ie, StuJesU II :
:: WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : : : a TheSouthernmost ,
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PHONE: NO. 1 : Beauty Culture i

: DRUM BAR .d"'i, 1 ,, :
at altt4 an 523 Southard Street' .i

I :: IRK WIM AUTO BOND :: -1'111--: ; There are a number anJUMe wt4b ...
: and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : of state approved tntrwcUoi waw a..., .. =
al'K.r'LMK' HS DIVISION STREET PHONE: till : : : PorlcrAllenCompany x phases in beauty culture. TBCM Hutlrmlunder
: "We Deirer"lle : i iUI ;, ; expert supenrUioa .f a lirtnuj.
West Insurance Co.
: Key
S beauty culture do food work at wry lew.
: l Drinks and Coldest Beer In Town : : though appointment ...
IN.. r..., .Packaged. Goods :: : Directly in Front of Postoffice : : For App kUa st 51 i ii

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; : RADIOS WITH ALL THENEWEST ; Sensational Valueaiion
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tf. Ie CM ; Liberal trade-1n Allowance .
: ______ Bring! Your Radio for Repair : : AC'DC Superheterodme ;

dIo&u4K S to A Radioman ; ; ., Plastic Table Radio ,: or ASPHALT TILE
24-Hour RadioRepair 1 a S Tubes (IncL Rectifier) 1
: : to ServiceAI'sMusicCo. : : t EVERYTHING for the 1134 ion tJfJ1N A1'L:

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The Foundation Today's West
x AEJIDY-Td-wEAR Key !
Meet Planning ; 'Why Pay More When ; e
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for Less?
You Can Buy
rutu" matt. : : T&eLattat W 'MERCANTILE CO. ; ; Floor Covering e....
522 Southard Streeteeeeeeeeeeaeeeoaeeeeeeo HAMILTON
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was) HIT 139: DUVAL
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? "'EASTER fu'B -tfS ERE THE5TOR <)r EASTER ""WEEK; S. ., .1 1 I..::''Arid- sh:r words_ 02-' i gaotip t.:rW emu's tn'tole.-:" .1r -

Jesus returned Bethany wilts riJift ,
'I' words, .Wa% |\jawfuL s MI' tE1F11'

J IN AT SUNRISE SUNDAY ,, IS TOLD. IN. A.. MODERN WAY1 I 1'.'lie:His them tIe%tllscrpl Hirays and reentered talking did.that But' the bight with the temple;nrtt teachhrf them,flar HJtoundthepti a<+$!i"1fD'.live'th1Mrte Was asked tt flit lawful- by.'they,to Hit Certrt Vfcrd...m wonb.TW Han "-tn.- F

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,....t. $ *...- ""l.7: --"":":" : ',- I lJ and ottrs'wafting.'. pay taxes the Roman fa M! v. f I-
f ATU.S.SUBMARSVEBASE ,-- ... 1'1!_ ._, ,'t n '-"'- ""'''' Tc*him.Referring. ieYl
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i rest JeSus 'as one who Breached -
'l to His actioru'tbeda, .:.. ::
before,they asked Him,;"By"whSX'!I treason. Kay

f %.H l&Mrrho* Wm. ObMir Holy Day. By Iioldinrj t, 3 .opt ',authority" do00 obes: -<
things _
ftrtI Smta* Homing and- Evening i. Jesw replied thai H. would !! ; b
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I MVSJC -...... AMD nervfta! WILL MARK KEY WEST I I,, could put.cue question 10 ,thtra_ 'coin Ha" askads eWbese She' lift vllrl* ......
first. ness. ahdv aacrfpUoa U"CiekarX .w.r ......

I .MH MICK Of THE HCHiaBCCTICTt: PROGRAMS ARE. : -"Di3" Jt&a>. baptism. alit ', .': tbf...........

'*rft it td's i1eaiag ow (nist.i .i iI t I.. LUk'Hi IN Tdf>AY"* ClYSifil. e ? kr' t \ "Oire to Caesar *
a C :" ,i_r. I I i b1 bwAr.h*:.oat L.. 'i i I i ;iwtbch ,doe Cmealr''a.' A* ..Mlhow. ..
t I.a/.t#' .-n..... taan.rr.w wi8 The pnest and others retreated,I -AM *iv'ten Cod UM M NtM.' eellw

4Yl..t .(elerte..1!tit U. a I and discussed: t'leir anwer. They I I things that are Cod's." -
t ........* ...... end .ua ...abs.rd 4 1 I realized that If they replied that : They tried even after dat. .but l ftl'1'
t } W ** ,..,... d u. dye 'at r:' COLORED i John's babtism was of Cod Jesus i i i ch time Jesus turned UMSTuctions

iaN .................. Uwo .....-iac'"JIf" I woiria"C.'OUrfter with: '*Why, then, i.'i e ,so. ,that the ..iuwra'Congregational -: '
1r! CHURCHES did' iou Snot believe. what' John 9 .

ray, a.uPnn .....tTae ., ;said? If"they. answered that jt .. ----i-i1 UY
hattian Wfcssinf. ihe"priett :: I
:was trtily a' I
liHarFt .sM.r few the..... ]i woold
111. ete'viarL. .4 '..s. a. ... will I Under the sponsorship of' the : ftaretl the people ,; 1 : Church
', for most of the worshipers -
b. ..... i'rarrl .. Dead*, by Th.yrsl.l4 *\ kftnteterial Alliance, the coloredI stone them.beli!ved John was'a )holy:1. Wii.i.UJi w. njrrc: w>.
... ..v. BTMMM J:. Nkh tttmtcttf' .will _nite in ton:Pastel Pastor
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.... Itit f'1nt' tt.*4..4 Chvrrh. Oto- man.
ttnrirc to be held at tie Cornish I said <
rzt finally they they 1cdu1c11 : WILLIAM
a 5lt-S27 ST71EET.
....... sfor LanTi supper i ivMM&Mr s i.
i. Ci* l',.ielg IIIfn C'&J|i Chapel of .the A. M. E. Zion i not answer the'qupUdn-Jesus retorted j I ,Between. Sovthard k na bed
I I I A. + that under ,these ,circumstances ;: ,t4 AM,
T*> ...**.. rfMM will w. Church. TtIe Rev. Sigismund F : I
......... Trinity He ,Would n;.l tell ,them
kwon 1y Motor. and Lawju minster Presbytefian ( ..
kpmreall 11ftY'" will hIP held attt ( Crlurch,will reach.. -5.v ms.t His auhonty for driving the-mer-.! mia.. SchooL IU A>C Mar
Then He
tw .. ..'.erw TJ.N rs i charits fromnlic te+mlle'\ j Classes for AU
It ,aFrerla'i e ... tloplewn, ""beV There will be-evening service* a. returned His preac*.ng. ,I John V. Mr.'Supt. 1tl'P
bi both Coriusn Chapel and the ,Soon th* reaae'fs' In Jhe.tefnpleGrace :
M..s.__;_- ...... dwlsi the .: r*
...... rfi*. i4 134 1kM"NT Trinity Presbyterian Church at i 1.

... TdQ: p. ni. ;'An Easter:ttrama, "The' 11 A.M.The ., WORSiImI
MtM9N1 ieC1rrrbv ,Uve i- r, ? LutheranChureh 3e rtdob' !
; lUdrcaier will be prevented Meaning cl bt :_- *
Sstw1e. at The IfId at Trinity Presbytenac : '
.e... 4',1M'k CHivt: a.datimOt Simaniw Churdk The ,"Rev. C.' C. Higgs I' : t 5:00: PJit Pastor Claw

t wa l.. fclaterv. +d .. pastof Cornish Chhpell be ab = a4 4. +tt lils l ETROrtA STREET i 8:00 .: Christian Cndav I

I ti..d.wta Tk depWMwuU .if the in the o pulpit'tomorow evening. tt n ii.) -.- ---, t ; 11S8 p.M,. tf'w
IA.rle tb...4 will all meet ...J t'Ae.t 1Wtd
J" .. flirtirletary W iifvnal) Rast ""to. Cat, Nordgren. JehnnjBUrkweU. ,v I mm SERVICE t 1-:30, P.M., WORSiUPt

I *. pnt..iie at t T4i a. F1+. 7i30 P. aXTHMST t! Setdtott: : '"ilea ChrUliaa's J rr* 7-3 .

AI .... a .k. lh.. ......, U.WHH .I Smile. Brenda Stickney.' n I i't's' 5 + "w
I tarn wiH pradi art Piano selection Joy Stickney. y Y : I "C r4tal, VArtcnme! To All'
.... *' Blyd1 and Flowers, Carroll) t, : IS RISEN WE -
Uw .. Mr*. I U. g I I ,
..... J FORGIVENF. 11ii'
.m. tiny wall C/piny y". .I.ratkm A. IL Cud irwnby 1 1b u,7.An Easter Thought Deanno a i K H. ZUCKER. Paslor ,,, e *** **ee *

W eia tsuier. kemi..... "... ('h1ue.rmin. ,. ii' THE OLD "ST9" f"CHURCH
T .Mum .do raid Dtlt.el p direr .. Tommy Knowles. =;; '
to wSU tl.... "IA .... End a< the Hain or Shine Barbara Dickens I" ........*. Mr OIly Ip. H. MIL Nolan Drudge, Daffney & i.:
; t..w --.u w.. dntt "'llaaisfa. .I W Irtf'ft.' "TltE i'i Poinciana Baptist. :: Corner EATON **d .1Matlt. a.,.M

.. J.... WaEarl DrthwAfcdant Help Make. A Happy Easter, RESURRECTION, by II Sodoota. : (1477-1549)' Chirrch ;: -. G. LEON WELLS. Patllrf. ,J! .... ..... Truman Dongo. J 1
Olaf a This of I e area
he from Palm i
( Jesus. *
is Story SundTy'tdraster
anew Mob ITMH "Cmrtrto in D". Not Too,SmaTU Hyde Stickney 17th Eatle '
as It might be told today. This account t la based \: FASTER SL1SDA1 IVUlIHfSUNDAY
Vocal tola. Gilbert Gates. ,
M r ttt4lt AI t=-R 1ft. he'psw I pear and be known because, a. : 11M-M ,' "
.' ...... wtM .. -virtry l Cod'alust Have Loved the primarily on the Gospel o/ ,St. Mart fong. James. rnong other things,.,He would be A. D. O'BRIANT. Pastor SCHOOL 94* J
World a Lot. Donna Stuart. version J I : General Superintendent Ikislf
Wrtfe ffcfM" CirtMn MnntAI$: _.
ridIng x n -donkey. ,
.A..hens, Attrkitaby w. Church Bells, David Challis. '" .COIatiDueci. w i-: 9:45 ,A.M--Church School all ml. .. rr bat ..

v ...... ... T..Uv.l Ann-t! 1 tan Learn, Jayne Lou Archer THE 12 devoted men who. fonowed'eS s, 'Toward erdsldem those As they forward. Sunday SchooL 9:45 A.I(. I_ program and ttorsta. .. '..
who bad
H I***!* TIM -ClMtr will UA. ,Sybil Key' Brenda Gates, Gail frightened even before the 'city was sighted; on,' the ., roadside showed gtberd their ballet t.Rie. In Worship, 11:00 : 10:50( A.M-Sermon Subject "CHR"'" LHMK TlUMlf1. '**I Ilal ..

? 'TI.. Lard. M ..... Tway' G. OiUnette.rumpet. dusty road. ]. the bearded with the I : Easter muicC .
".... .... 'Knoll AII-(1..... O.wi Selection JackneyDrudge. 1, men deep Sobject: i .. ..
I They knew they walked toward hostile rMn. There were! ..rX They cast theft clothing *tT IS TrittSHEDC : : :30 P.II-Meeting of Methodist Y rth *.

7V YMi. rush's meet Leo sects among their own J>edple whoa pow rM"pri.ats," leered r nd spread branches *t trees on :30 PAL. Training Union :i : 7.30 P )'SermonVICTORY: WITH CMUMV ".... .. .
..9 fc. h y M t M My Garden. Curry.
fey+evter. a. enp.eially: p bniteel GtVtnt Joy.Judy Knowles. and hated the simple manom' Galilee wh m'mariy' already]) the ntted road before His animal's Evening Worship, 7:30 : : $ic by Oifans. and o.e.i .

Offertory. Betty Brady. were calling Messiah,or, Heavenly 'King.: )rU9alem: teas partof : feet as they would have : ;.
IHWTm4AI1 t3lWRHlt Aa Easter Prayer. Joyce 'Hen- the Roman Empire..rute4'by Caesars 'conquering, soldiers]i: kitg.unrolled a carpet for a crewnedJesus i IOR THE CROSS: AFTER i i A Spedil_ IrmtaUonlo Scftkemja lifer.! W..Hf Y"tI !III I It.

irrAt ton. from across: the sea. __ _
U1..*. first Pmb klitti feared went directly to the tem- DEATH". .... .i...e .s SSSS.'SSSSSSSa......... ..-
Victory. Godfrey Thompson.; Jesus knew why' 1 his 12 followers Jerusalem. But He i, !!. !
i tbarek. Whet and WkshinstMta J Tht Best Place. Mildred Hart. also knew that,sand was running last from the glass of His life]! pie,but stayed'oniy briefly before, ,PubUe, Cordially ,XavUa t. rri
Aw MelruM a. '
innate Awry; He went outside\ the. to :
Vocal' Solo. Joan Mullms.TLCMtna [ city -a
and ther still much He had teach them sull j
? was : manyibtogs: .
welt Mee ht br tKeaeua.. k STREET CHURCH '!little villagecalled ." i ,COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US
i AM .... .JIIImIII1.. 'I Children wfU be baptized at the .ie must do. So to prepare them for the tragic: events ;which: lay r spend he night..;.The next morning ZI

.. 1M ......... at 1M t:7tt: l morning service.! Dedication of Immediately e.ld..He!: called them.around Hun.. and:told. .them I I He returned to the temple where J JI I '
etarb artvMai. .." Amy wiflI Bra Altar service.: Message of -wnal was going to nappen. j J. I there was much Work waiting for 1 GW',tidings ,taterftatUASSEMBLY I
... I ISM. J ........... eutw.M .]. First*Easter Sunday. Class -of 20 Then they continued on their officIals 1 Hun.. '. I mm; STREET mm] aura
The priests add high
tks... M .... farlleurl PionNy way as Je- us preached faith and OF COD
the The
to be received at evening ser- house of worship had: become -
of the tater I
UMple were more !
N QM.mnirria.. The Elev. vb*. brotherhood to the people along etted In kttpteg Ihei ;.1 a place! of" business : Jesus SOI Georgia St. at Petronia : Cornea Flaming and WfflUai St. t
W. vaitM U. Galtedsee the He had done .
and Array The Union Passion Week services road just as th.nita first drove out the men who wereI Cordially 'Invites; You :.. ... 1UY.3. B. HOD. Pasta
great helping :
hi 1130 power *|
.M e11 v p.I se before. He told the people they
and tdetlabl. b.ri ttta'aa. pidurliaTt1r wU attended at the F.each S. church evening were and must believe in God. He said they others lire Stood lives. I!1tJefore' I buying in'and the selling mkrket-ptace as though Then theyrwere' ;to Worship I: dirrrcli School 9r4i A3I.' f.I

.... ta.... the 1%to S Good Friday Services must treat others with the same theyentered, i|he tipped over the tables where Sunday SchooL: 10 A.M. I: -1 I CLASSES FOR AU. AGES C
coral. Mar .fit ta.t.d In .t the First Baptist Church were kindness they would like to re- two of the disciples brought: to]i i the money-changers worked. ,He (All Ages) : Merrill Felton. General Superite (Si.4
t4nt when aM vtIIatee .... a ceive them selves. He healed the Jesus ,a donkey from a nearby j
w M ........ h. ...aIrty .If de. a treat success.ARMED SERVICES YMCA tick, each time telling sufferers Village. They,piled thrtr clothingon 1! sold threw doves out theseats'used for of those sacrifice,who MORNING, 11 tOO A.M. Ii Morkilng Worship IfliM AJH. I

...,... Irma Shhe pl.tue Rtes tat.: On Sunday evening the six ft. that it was their own faith their the back of.the little beast fora < Then He' addressed the people Sermon: Sermon SubI
... three Inches Iridescent cross of own belief in 'Him which had make-shift saddle. On, this t 1 I quoting ,the ancient law which. JESUS APPEAHS- !: "THE FIRST EASTEr

.It .has .Lern then wary tart the YMCA wit again make its appearance made them well again. Jesus mounted for Ht.1 entrance J[ as God's Word was'part of their, : Youth Pellowahi 6.30: ,oM.
W t..e1 ..n 1MNd. the Let war Easter But it was this kind of teach into Jerusalem. It followed'an an : I
t as the symbol religion: "JiHy house shall be'called EVENIl\1.1..30 P.M. SOng S rrlc.. 7:10 P.M.
.. wad adaplwd ing which had made the power cientprophecy that the heavenly : '
.... ... P'- rt Tb 'cross ,is a thing of beauty of all nations the house of
.... N .ifs ... b.n rswa. .dfar. and will form a beautiful background ful men in Jerusalem hate(turn., Prince x>f Jerusalem, ywuld: ap. prayer." I .Evangelistic, Evening Worship 7tS6CHRISTS : P,4.

.. ,... pme Utleea OIhe e tor the Easter Vespers -- ----- _- ."But you bars made the I I "RESURRECTION"Tuesday. : .: VICTORY OVER DtAnr .
iire1-, a.ap.rteilr fittislgo'I whJtH will take place at 9:15: on .
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON OF THE WEEK House of Cod a den of thieves ,
Ober Ka
.. IM. 4 UM al-Ura tit !drama ChrM' thai&III.eUa YMCA. morning, Java Club The chief priests and theft 1.I Sweet Hour of PrayerChristian ; -.
a Sunday The Basic 'Christian Fact t
henchmen listened fearfully i
to.. t..... b..1<*rv ,IK* tumb oA with Lesleigh Davis, .executiveteetetary .
c. \ because the'y's w that the peon YOthiZiirisiaIIy
""",a11'A rseM r MHa. Mary will have its usual I ;i
Ker.b .... .eMCMOMAL... the detoUa ialwrratl place' among the Sunday pro- Br ROY L. SMITH ., 'I j y
AI drtnerk find vWbd. classical hour consisting commemorates i I Science
franxiThe We celebrate Easter because it the basic
Director. PARKER MAHAN. v.....
iavierd N att.d bath 01 these W the Easter hymns by the CburdJi I
fact of the entire resurrection of Jesus. 'j I t Trinity mstytenan
.1 7:30 AT
wna Victor Chapel Choir under the TONIGHT o'CLOCK.
Upon that fact the whole superstructure of Christianity rests. Society rehu'will held direction of Emile Cote will beheard 717' SImonton Strut(Colored)
T1t.1 The Apostle Paul once: said. "If the resurrection bf Jesus is not
M.te'r 2:00 I A. M nider II
at : p. I Sigjsmund Icing
then there all faith" (a Corinthians tit West
....y, pfoarlwl. Dsy at 0:4: $, Highlighting the Easter Day true is nothing true in our Key

art MCTHODWTOWIICH programs will, be the Vespers at IS.14t.. K Morning worship..11.00 o'clock 327 ELIZABETH STREET Corner EATON and SIMOMTOft STREETS

t.19: p. m. The residents of the Sunday and ResurrectionThe about it to esbbl-ish a new reli Sermon Subject: I i i

A' a..y M*......... Methodist' town and ministers of the various first Christians were Jews, gion. His reply ,was extremely j "THE EMPTY 'TOMB" Sunday School 9:30 AJvt.Sunaay .

fbwvR. ... leer.. **" W dnirrhn are cordially is invited fol-to and Jewish ss such Sabbath they which observed was the the significant. "I would contrive" Sunday School 3:30: PM. Morning Cervices i I THE EASTER STORY

1. will prrach. anlb. attend. The program as he said "to get myself! crucified. Youth Meeting 6:00: P.M. 1
w .m.. rain law R.iurm" *....tM Iwwt. : seventh day of the week Then on the third,'day I Would arrange Evening worship. 7:30 P.' M. At 11 o'clock l. :rcentctl. m, Technicolor: Shde Stury end ___

M.. I. lie 4a.. .... swviceSp Invocation. Chaplain French, When the Greeks came crowd- to rise from the dead. That Easter Drama: feubjectREALTtY" @= SPEQALSi

.vWI ,amt eliwie will Ill USN. ing into the Christian Church I t I will always .tart.a new:rehgion." "THE REDEEMER LIVETH" Evenings n MISSES BERYL DILL FAYE MMIVAfcM
the mnrnincnj ::-Th Lord'* Prayer", sung by without first becoming Jews I Wednesday
M..awI w. f I The truth of his formula ap- 1'NTO\ R'*Tf It !'>!:n\ If'IHI -: GIRLS' TRIO *
.. wWtdilp amrWt Miu Doreen Cruz and the YMCA they were but little interested in Mill UOHMM.Vmler Meetings at 8 o'Clock .
t.IM UMI ve ra. *. ,.,.Y... Naval Ho.. Choir.Ivory. the Jewish Sabbath but they were I I The Staiajr, School'Lesion. J I 'ini.'a'the Illatn-r"|.... .or.Mp. ho enure of the*, Reading Room fa Church b'-. LORRAINE NOTTAGE

.-.L will tUvr a Trawl. 1hto/. Palaces". W C. Stall II profoundly interested in the I I for March: '28: "Eternal Life." -s ?' nil i unite In an Ka"trr trrrl Edifice: will be open I 1- -- 'Come.-Bring A r ie"- ..... -
cvlrreM USN.Bcripturr.. services of worship which the I l I hr/irld, *' the 1'otnUht'halrl
,went" ifteao. '-p to
it. Mt and newt French. Christian held the first I John 21:1.14: Cojossians 3: .\. Si F.! Zion '",,"rt'h .t Tuesday and Friday 11U1II
( nMr tangs of ibaee. 'Tie Ek't- Chaplain To- II : on .1 1-'. 12l7 I, John, 5.11-IV :5 i::::.. orUxk. The Irv. SrgimuedA. from! $ to 8 P.M. j .-- .. -
"t irirt The Lord Is Risen (Sunday) of the week in commemoration j I Ijilntr. the pa u.r .,f TrtnliyrrrxhytrrUu

4 .7 dalAier..ld. ....... Iff th* pictures' day". Congregation.Hold of the resurrecti"n. ,, <'birch.. totfl-. ---
If+et iv weft .Iodine ... Irrtur Thou My Hand". Carlos Church and ResurrectionIt i, pears in the fact that the,one text I' rr.h."C I The First Baptist Church

..,..... ..o ..| the Ai.. Way, Whittock. USN. was the resurrectin of Jesus upon which the early Christians 'I ,--,- .
taa+wri. Ott II'i4r L Tlbr. RivfT1 Are Maria".,YMCA Choir. which gave rise to the Christian preach( was "He, is risen!" PresbyterianChurch Corner BAHAMA and EATON Streets
.. at aM Benediction. Chaplain Frcnrh Church There were many oth rprt.achers Around that single fact 'and their
... .... ea. ,
N ; liruonie E. IS'irliola laat.
rwtv 4besttrailL This travrl t tog Music !is under the direction of in Jesus' day, and sublime confidence in it, the] CORNISH CHAPEL r

.,.* (.. ..*.+..*imm. Mils Beatrice Moreno many other great teachers among I(whole Christian rnovement.developed AJ&E. ZION CHURCH
r at the the Jews. John the Babtist
.... ................. lirliirr will be !Easter morning: services seems There was no '"call"of I The So FrlendrV Cburchj Whit. SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9.45 AM.
e' ( .rtt... N...i1 t p. sa. .. tf all Christian( SHence Society will be to have created considerablymore Christians anywhere who did not (COLORED) and Washington Streets IL E. Day Supt.
oUrrwd.' At 11 a. rn. tomorrow of a sensation that Jesus believe it to be true.'Because of j Rev. Melrose S. Avery Pastor .
Trivia trinf colrWw 10:50
11iapl.n + Wldt.head and Angela Sit.Rev. A.JI.-.Ur. Fruui IM-! I"'I
will be on "Reali- did. but no great movement survived their faith in it :
discussion they stood ready
... .a4 UM>cfcw.t thee U>. -
M t C. C. Higgs, Pastor Observance of Lord's
also his death for the simple Supper
will be a meeting to meet
.tith< Thv Mnsac \f There any martyrdom. i I
Men's bible Class. 10:00 A.M.Ladles' .
re s1 l's'N"1tEMT at I D.1: m. Wednesday reason that when he died he con- Christian Te.chin r faster We Are For- tinued dead.A I I l I Bible Visas 10:00 A.M. .
COftGH8AnetfAL \ Christ is Risen Resurrection Church SchoolTeachers I' Elijah Sands Director
*ktixaeu the title of the Easter famous French skeptic was J It Was the resurrection which : 9.30 e-m.Sunday -
snO cretationai I KrmVto be delivered at 7:30 once asked how he would gop Jesus' teachings their validity it lor All Ages Easter: Service: at 11.00 A. M. 730 P.M.- llahilV |I'eenrr

AI tb. nna Wiles m. bxrliirrow by the Rev. F. IIZuckef. was. and is, impossible for the I Joseph Thompson Supt. Special Easter Music-Sermon Baptismal) Service
tl Rev.
(%." the p.M's' eed dais. p pastor of the Grace Luth- m tomorrow at the Key west. world to ignore the doctrines of a I 11 A.M., W r8I ipI .

tidal lair. bar raasni drrTVtd I Easter: cNn Church."Jesus Church of Christ 1 man who was once' dead and rose Subject: "firervone: Cordiallynrifrf To .4n m4 .
3 ptgra0 w be Appcoan" is the II 3. m. At the Poinciana Baptist again. I :30'1'.M. W bin PICTURES FROM THE PAS. GOOD SINGING BIBLE PlttfACHfll
t ,
M'tmenirk and at 1:30: p. m,1tmurcetlhiri" Church the pastor the Rev. A. I Other wise and devout men I Cl Prayer SION PLAY at Ober-Ainmer-
Z 7.30
Mon ,
11r.ity. "n : }>.JD.
DIlyMagna the &ermob D will talk on *1t 15Finshed" said ,
win be QBriant many W"the.: .
u Bataria will be shown
hyat/k Ps P au. ll SJJMJ things Wed_ 7:30: p.m., Choir .Rehrs. gau Wednesday! 6:00 P. M.-Monthly
the Supper ..
the Glad TidingsTabt''rnack at a m. worship that Jesus said,but 7r30 P. M. Meting t.1eAr
relatively few Sunday.
11ik.Tb. title I ;?ri.. 7:30 p,m., Scouts to Meet School Workers
KeY Council
Assembly of tomorrow In the evening at 7;30 ever I
I"tarf of the paid any ttentm to them.
C;... Call. ........., 7 .
o'clock} the Rev. O'Brwnt: will They could not ignore those :30 P. M Prayer and Pra* e Sreviee.
,... Ortd.worship"; including a communien preach a sermon, "On the Cross things however when a resur-' 'YOU ARE WELCOME AR are u.yited't. worship Friday 7:M P. -Chotr RffiNnalt
m I .
>ry albry. raw Ilalnrtta ..1 eervka will b.I held at 6:30 : After: Deaht". (Continued On Page Seven) I 4

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York )|lthpgrepfffer, :publisher* of i al
famous' Currier: .
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born in Boston:! Died Nov.. 20,
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**/ 6k* lad! tMtfcing and g",Wt. WELEETKA: Dkla.-Wht-n his "Blessed are: ,the pure in head;
f3......... salad een...... MI wfcirn Tft-ycarHJd wife died,. Isom Smith for they shall see'CodSo'saJd
... WIWt ".. .. TIt predktitl that he would not Jesus. Others had said something '
live' more than three I like that But after 1 a.s .
the Nazarene
{ lives ... 4q4 u. ....... and days. tAWhen
An hour before her funeral,?on .had been raised from, the .dead
.._ a* lfce lam af UM MousU *ft the, third day he became Ul. At men 'remembered he had 'said;lit i(
i *1yp. a Hv rfcMt. at hand. With j
Q I IX m, he died. and thy raced across the':earth :
.. \
tAe durtphi whu were do. t
Double services held it t
were the shouting now as being the word ;
: to Illegal III1 d Jesus .
day of God himself: Because one.who 1
w-od t... that after He hid " ..., tta.s w..uld rune to,, said had itl been! raised from. the 'dead: rA % '

eert* ct...snMg *. .be the CJuirts4 !. wet a follower of this Jesus'of New Testlmeat the ResurrecHenThere :
taet Many p*.. would be Nazareth. Each time he said he
.......... n. H.. teM ...... to I waa. nut-.and after the third is no book in the New
Testament most influential
I Mead tw. th. eU and ,time ,
eptvadLater a rock crowed. for the second book the race &Atfi4
Ua tawr+tae ....... aU ,...... time. which has. ever read ;
'! does not pwe'its origin' telthe :
.IU. prepared tar the ale.batsrnrs The following morning the
fact of the resurrection. --
.. .... .
Paw em a I high priests had Jetus bound and -
Toe four aQ wtjt
hr. rl.k..M Ka day. a.c -.ek-I took ibm before the Roman Pont. gospels were :
ten to record? the facts concerningJesus \ "
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I tilt a tt4srt a whkA lat .d with. fur Pilate, political governor<<: of of Nazareth,the resurrectedone. i -
... past I* ".... A. Jaw Mt I J..1em.I ; .
wiHt 1 II$ U .UM. desripk.. ia lir-!t I meanwhile acording to the New The Testament remaining wereall book*,addres-i of'the: 'f -, ti
a -.w. ew , wberb. name Copel 1 af St. Matthew Judas :"....
sed w
to the'eariy Christian Church,
t_ r1.s I-. I. rto(. WM in Jrrvaihrrr I realized the dreadful thing head '
,. t..kMd wills the. .aemi.s ...... He took the 30 pieces of or some for the small congregation, thjef- IIt .
of clearing
Y."acfIH'..-; The< fMlU' to were J| silver back. to Ihe leer ia 'the some 'qtjesttorT purpose concernmg'' tint up, THEIR: : HOPE -. e1p 4
ttaAsaoatdwt J.-. f T latsaaJa. .'oW Mm. w ... tu.uld betray him 1ty I t I toyed one who wa innocent.What ,had ,inspired- ,the,rostumelibn.; "
... VOSs1tsFtO Itn him 33w Is that to usthey
...... f.r the (tad.usaatspa. I I told him. But he threw down which there would had inspired be 'no<3fUeJf theChurch* Stume, -
1 the silver and left.Judas -; f IS The Red Cross
HIIM.cI to fr* IIIv Our Fait! M&; JUsurtecett&o, :
| .*j* fMaavr*, ft sad. been ax- hanged himself. For centuries :the resurrection .
Irk Nr th. K v pr I of Jesus has been'aet pted by the :
..... Ik* .... .in a city' horn I. ed of many things. lie did not Christian. Church as.:irrefutable "ijj't .
a copra a lap. upper "..... had 'I arawcr- them. It was the custom i: proof of the fact 'of personal immortality -.

hie wade ready, Toward ever Ifef the goyrnor to release at thePassover I U helives, ,-,we, ,:tod .. .
tasay ....... ail the2 gartered I one of the prisoners: shall live tIt . ,
fcv the. weal. Ills lad. en earth and 1 And alter talking to Jesus, Pilate is that x, but it is more. I 'k},:,>J-...'. ,. .' .' "" T'. r'-,. .
f....,. eahr. Tlw Last Supper' sy fisted that this be the man I The resurrection of Jesus:; : is :
Aa .asia ...... free But the crowd under 'i't ,
Ifcey were H shed I| proof, of the fact that our. world .
veer ... .... ahead tt. ke.. U pressure of the priests and elders, I does not belong 'ito evil Caesar;' :<'ttt ; .
..d gre. II M M... .....g.'Petra died. tor the release of Barabbas, I the cross,'the spear and the torn)} ; :; ; 'fi .
thM II .., McIf.- I I a man imprisoned for rebellion i did not-do not-have.the_ "Mast ; ; : : .. ,
..*. He tMk e a\ aid whMe .. and murder. word in our world.There is'some :. "
hid .!*.. .*.*.... He .av. Pilate debated the wisdom of thing alive and active among men ;
... ....- I. ..... TM7 I hi course but finally he turned I which is beyond the .reatfarrrt: t .. ',' .
.. dtetar aft r.w e9 ana : Jesus over to his soldiers to be force evil, eroporehs, and total. !? J.' .. _,
i '- sew e(4 I* IfceK Tk4e. U My executed.Barabbas' tarianism. ., C '$J .....

.4 Hit MV TwUaaeat" I war freed as they led The modern man.may:be $ure; -};(f '. ,''I flood, fire or famine ravages the land the Red Cross,; stands
Jesus into hall There
,*ilkM toad for aKa>'. a great because of the ,resurection. that '
After that Baal. meal. they went the Roman lien made sport of justice,'. honor, ..righttruth,. and trl;: ready to stem the tide, soothe the wars<< and succor Ihe |latig s of _

bath Ie tKe Mount .* OUveeeie 'Him. They took off J his clothes Godliness are eternal. Caesar did :; '.i '., "' Buffering. Now Ready your Uollan-Io .help the Knl t;>o.->; hrlji
.. )"!..** acam warned them r\ and draped Him in a purple robe. his worst when he fcfucifiMv Je: t '
., wherever and whenever) it i is needed.'cet .
lie:'I They set a crown of 'thorns on : hiiiiiniiily
kreawti uws for the future K sus.. He could do no..1oI'e.\ald; :u. .
[t, tw..4 M rXer, ... .f his diiritn '- I| Hie head. They mocked linn..truck' Cu rilm. in our day is,tQual1y"bnpotant. .. ,: '
.> ae.i Md. .turn that by the Him and spit on Him .. ; .?r .,
t .MM* tail every night. warn evrr heM I again. Then they put on HMclothes We.fie,, living ,Gods' :}", <,. .. .
n ..ld duty' bH Lard thrr time; again and led Him out to and he never gets through until .... .:_ : t ". ..
15t41'', ta* each thawed twice the bill of a skull Golgotha. he triumps. That is the inner t_. "
; : ' ran t. a place> called, : Soldiers placed Him upan the meaning of the resurrection.; ; The; true ".u ilk of human kindiirss" flows ihroiigh lute. IlloodDonor )

Ndhawiaae and aa Hat diartolesII ; cress. Seen two ethers were (Copyright 1918 hy the: itaIt.rna-! ':....' : program of the Reil' Cross. Many Hill live today only he .
rob.ben.'And too I r'ounrll of RHiglou'
crucified Him-twe a
had Mir
wrkd. swayed. When ; lian ftrlwtf of ,40.f'rgttJtnt'de- rain of them. Now Dollars lo .
on help
,.......... .II. said Th .hour U i at the foot of the nwptgatk) : Ready your expand i iF a newK
ttnw4a ........ the son of m.. isMU I crest soldiers cast dice for the ', ."- ..d Crosa National. Igloos) program .so lhal ultimately. ALL, who, I -

......... the hands. U sin-, clothing of Jesus. TODAY'S 'BIRTHDAYSKnow .. need blond may have il and its derivilies freely. '
........ At noon after three hours of > ; .
As He ...*., .I..... taBawedla ; Hie; suffering the sun was obscured { America) '
? .. armed taaav eaareechedNMV and darkness felL Six Maj. Gen. John,If. JlilJdring. I ;"
,..., had ai. Mat by hours passed before Jeaui uttered former assistant'secretary pf .
M. ......... Judas f. .a Jess Iris great triumphant cry and state, born in New BocheUe, N. \ '
... fed ....... MM.. thus ... breathed His last. Y., 53 years ago., ., -. d
.. :M jfi,. ...... Uie sisal ..hkhtelaiimid As lie passed away the Roman Edward ReyOplda. Harvard ff' .. Veterans. successfully! face many critical problems! thanks lo Ke.l lCross f I

g .s. Cawts .. HMM.Th captain! who stood facing him University's administrative vice: Aid; use misery: or the ailinootl..I, and 1 accident eniergenries ) "
f noel fc.* Him directly aid: "Truly this man was :Ion president president of Associated I I ..
e .... M Cata haa. the. high priest i uf God." Universities, borQ', in' Boston I I ; are mel lieeanse!' ihe Red Cross prepared the 'HI)'. So now -
aid hts MMtrrlMC&. IVter WM. (I. A good and 1 honorable man, Joseph 54 years ago: "* I : iA: Ready your Dollars lo help. the Red Cros>i, comfort., fu-!laiu; and
TMt* tm prt.fs oalarv.. thewatrhrd. iif Arimathea. went openlyI Ferde Grofe,. composer-con tea lor"a
4 diath.. pad sas+ee htr awraaU I Pilate and asked for the bud)". ductor, born ,in New. York 56 sv_ '
I first made certain that -
Pilate years ago.Gloria
fleet. k..Mi a trial .f *.rt ti A Jesus had died and then gave Jo- Swanson famed oldtime .
'' .:=i.... .< loaf mnr furwanl(iarph .prrrairxion: to remove the actress, born inCnicago' 50 years, : ,:
I r Ml told IM abM4 Jrs*... N- ....* bud,.. ; : : : .A t
j [e* ts.. etwam. Weed. Saga Jr....I It was wrapped in fine linen ago.Bishop Walter E, Ledden of fjL. / : 'g" :
>! sM ...... their .lie*. .II.* did and then placed' tendcVly in a Syracuse, N..Y4:5Methodist toed ...... venal. Caepha. asked: t tomb which had been hewn from born at Glassboro, N. .J. CO z
4, E t.p fact ... t.-.n.t. the ewe Sal : solid. ruck. A huge was rolled years ago. ., J ,, ., ,
3 I-tR. ........r into the opening of the tomb Eliot Candee -wk'of New ( "
f: 1 .... Jesus sMw'acedea t etating aecurely. Two days pas- York artist,: born there, C5 yeprs;
wMl so M 1M ... .. urea.S std, and on Sunday women fol- .ago. J .: -
....... rw .l.M hood ..1t .lowrrsf Jesus returned to the Harold IU Benjamin, dean of JJ IT
.... carried spices with the University Maryland College ... -
.**.. ..* sing .to the c. tomb. They ,
.4 ........ which to annoint the budy of Pulton! Mo. born at OTal- _
'ha wee all GiapAee ntedtdE their Lord.>> They wondered bow lon. Mo.'52 years'ago. f ..
f '"Fur ..... hret'd the wIf. -; the great stone could be rolled F : Sponsored by

a lAsarf, 'At' .... to the trwd.M array. so.that they might enter the I ; .,. "
At1d WM beb. *%..d Ma41H lamb. Your Grocer STXI.S Tbd :Giod s. -
shat. nil hMwrll& the.. IMCM I 1 A<* Ib* tun rose .a that first : "
i M 4. >tat was r wirtM. .Ik. Beater anemia they saw lb., STAR *' BRAND I : : THE KEY WESTu CITIZEN eh
wet! q 4 --. t.f wr* fwd. _tlH.14 free clean relied away. ( ; 't
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wee. prtrnlttatnt. The woma went awayytl.asbllq mod SS.COFFEE I "
astonished bear.- If
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ers .. strenfe ewsi -TIT A Pound,Today .---., f '.. .) "' t.q,

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I (;HHRes Starling I i. ..... '!'.!-. -.4U...! ta Visit_ .I KW. :; 'r"lfkttl;'__

NnwoiKIOGuMS .'It has been announced by Captain .Mew. earn.s if ... I .

i Monday Night{; Tim* U .iit.r" ata".arf"er *". Thomas A. Murphy, 'rccru'U the. seal talsltes .sM

tral standard... tvfctract sal hMir 1.rmunt (rag, officer pf Miami that Staff tag 1e .behiM Ale M+ .
Al a ***. ** *< ...,...... Club h.urs. t r em.stsadare.fecal .tt aubtratt>.** eKana. two Sergeant Lacey Deloach will be sltntir ... aw.awriwr .+
. s+e.4...f. IM .14. Rif M .t City .Pi.i.r *f r*tar" ] .t. fit l*cat *ch.tI.ul*.. in Key Wc-it from Monday. Mar. a The v.rwes
j ,watt. t......... 4M. wrnt mode t- last st .M minute induld.' pngratw chaap. cf,,- 29 to: Wednesday. March '31. in sear Mmnd Mtge ..... tit ,.

II l M.. ......... Uw rrgvUr. mm elusive.. Sergeant Dcdoach will be =Yt, e. who.tk4... .. i41M suer -

... ..n.- k+.... tgeseuatd byM. 1ATUIOATMAICM. it" it available' at the Post Office build- -: tint cod eta hilr4.. .... .rby ...

fusty KrvtMtttNitt lit>rttment. '( .. ,' 'n--L ... tf**.*.4 a ...lay tour /-,7-1 t,. j''l. ( !f ypsla, (;. ,, t '! the"afternoon.
Iw10W. waa"A t. ... trft'U to TIIJ -. IO-uMmary'!! 'ofMw +eb1e1' .4 .I :'J An information desk( ;! will be set'upjrbytSgtrDcLoach was m

.. airier aN. ...... .. eel t u.tae.glty wa. +scRdeB.n: -ty mr e-sbAab"r j; : i containing i rsraI .... tA .

arisMwd' lha.'.ill a 6,. playtd .11SIc1oa\ ad N' *,,a-.nM : *-' enlistments. Pamphlets will
\ F In My tpaloa-eb.' ......Mg
-....,... T7'. Tl.uMtdyran r is Bib!. ........-be S i i be available to all persons interested 'Masai11.9p. .... ...
.t RM+ys ed ...... wvtk, .--IIC-HJ'mpbonabe.. '.. I,I l in immediate or future service Rhea he..S AMr... ... ..
MiateT _M's aepwrntr will Red HArry harbor Vtamer Span Sport*-cb-e abe.. 1-a';' with the Army or Air ui.I .

.... Y r W ....ltke a ttw. Dane )Vu.h-lllb..baa14. Force.- .4w- I t1N..1k A
;;;L"; 'u f 4 i.4 the lt. 1 ....1 ahup ': J Jacll.BeaUc.mme.ta"-X.w. and Cemmntarr is .. --H:

t 1 Ye+''p ......erta w/114r KM. / j r.-oo-Mr.'Ate Jb. JabII: Two Small Fires! Ivrtrdaa ... t4la...
..4 ttlnwtwa4 let KaMut Modern Music Mseuut-ab'"
IIr..,. ... i Hawaii Calla Musieianmbe: vramBss
2:30C l.'Tlm..Drtnna-nbAb .i.... A ---
1a se.llrsbtefii.k-. Ilr T:.JI f ..and. 0:15pk : CtiaHepB. Burrows of Yukon Sony--cb at.*., Occupy, Firemen, I N........4

.Na Broadeaatrmb7:45H.'CarmiebsetSosp. .I.a" \..i .w.- pa.r..sri.
masers. an : birTwl j 1' ...- h.. s__s 'sa/rsr ..
LA.nredtrue. Haar. iw ty+rr.a ii4. Y news Comment tabs Two small fires occupied the, 'II' r..e4NVstheta pelf .....w ...
war. of n. K'y West Suspense Drama Hoar ebRouOoJAn. > mart+e'''--
-- Oetecth'a'be' afternoon. .
i Twenty-Quaattoaa Qutw-JrlII. About 2 p; m..they were summoned - -

Tr..... I'LCI -130-1'nJUi Famous iJl'Jury Con.eooeaes-&b Trtalaabe e at Staples avenue and ,, ...... 3TRAHB TH WRiI
... Stop 144. sag Sbow-nb* Firth street to put out a' brush.
.\V1r""Lul\ ':OO- Hit Parad Sinatra-aba tAM .1.IJ'Mli; M1
>' fire >
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TlN9trH IkfealI Jena Laomedy-eb.-,
'WALLY MOSES. BOSTON RED SOX.OUJFIEfDOCilies:. :on the ground'and holds his head after I Gang tart.,.. Drama*k4 V At- 2:45; p. m. they were called tap vrire.* i sans

r lI .Cikatl 1662'I being. beaaed on the right temple by a pitcfv.frotn: Harry< :-BreecnSt..LotjisCardinals; : pitcher t: -Seep Judy Up Canora.Show With Bads-mb=ebVaucba stove to 32-Poinciana,caused a place small when fire. There an oil OLAF PETURSSON"from Icerlant' Hrapht'vfi.aoa--h. r....... ..

.te an exhibition game at St. etenburg.Fla..Cardnal catcher.Joe Garagiola: leans over th 'injured I tConro* Sbowcb highs .
: I Harder and If aloft' _be was (;total..of $5. damage., eight feet. tour ... .
I $.,.,. The umpire is Scotty Robb. t. I+ Mama-of Soar Quiz-mba' tall, gets room service .ia a Hew ... betels

"I i M sdlr 4d lie &MIll t ir'sw, ._ _ '. ..- '. .._' .- .. -_ __-' _.. -_ 1 1 :0 -Saturday-Kay terser Strenad*-.U Abe>a Ad\'o.'ProcIajln' York hotel from a lrrlo... THCIPflttAsMMtoM"
Z i III-"t. ..bwrw h..tStttta11 n4u1.aWas t : Pet Qoli-lo Qnla-aba four-inch bellboy. Jerry Cwk hM 41letr4MO1Ht .
/ ..-.mty ....... the ACTION( IN THE EAST-WEST FINALS. t I :MfAMI t COACH .! Chicago .j lin. Peturs oa arrived by .*...

t IS 1..d lltarMNlead au..... 10 d It-Tlie Pays Craiffl.Ole to Ba Ignorant Onry::nM CD* 1 : ? .I from Reykjavik to 90 OT tout
....... .. t.. II iw',1-4 Iltghlased HaylofL.Hoedewa-ao -: ntCity's] FishingAni this season M a I Unt with the C THt4r

t' yet $1.t weiMay. of l t 11*0-Newat Xewa1,Variety.* arl.ty'l pane hra..s*,'bri.-cU aU' Ringling Brothers as** Batavia tree t1Ma a

a. :z 1> News and Dane Hour-a ;'advertisement in the NewYork I I r Rp.t. bed. p.+tlediltatedt ; 1 f t. -r (I.. Dance 4r.1)o..n.J'-lIIba.. 'I Times Travel and Resort issue opens in Madison Satan c. Gemp live It

-, .......... Trwast CanlaaMh1 li'< 4. ti:30-N.w:_ rltl e A(Dalleb Contiaaid'' .a* ,of March 21. highly acclaimedthe den. New York. April 7. .- f.versa
t hi1e''! Pe.. st. Aave ,.hall ,fI I land's fine fishing.: The advertisement $ R* BC ABliatd.
.. t1IIt.. .. It...... the
wly a purchased by The peanut is.a native 4 I-! Mosltl&I1 f
ii.araiai wt.b IWkwtlmtUr. .kill NETWORK fROOIAM? I Key-West Chamber Commerce. tropic[ and was Introduced tata 11.
............ 4 SM t than million
game Tim* (. eastern atai.rii; Frcen will "reach more a the United Stalest in r.rly tiller III' R re 1/M
.t1 .... It4 h" ; tral standard aubtract ene b.uf, term readers-and it is thought it will rtial days.
.* Fr ttry .Ot far mrrngefti ...* untaitt'.tsadar....Sm lecal'atatiena aubtraet'chanffheur tw* t f stimulate Spring- and Summer
) ..... M. I.1..4 bete the rr of relay to fitlocalafbedulea.' :? travel to Key West;
w_ tbeb ....... I IYi It L > c Last. minute' program chanata can. I
7 gym. c. net.b. inehided.! t,. .. Sun and S
........... Mir. ...4 I ajsw Mam. W J...CTl t Mari I UNDER RE;. I I
.' arse lhttn ..... la \
as SUNDAY Y. MARCH .:1. ...... _.;._ 4LL lfitBAt.
-,-' lhe'17+.. .....a.nd a,e caningM h I . .. ---,.-u-, > -

tin. Ra4 prtt. .wM ttur hoer, ".rise >*nkes.. ,' AWN1NGSWhen
C TtaNiit .......... Iota I .:librarian'Seric: :'-cb* -,' ,'_'. r

tt.I. K ft. Ha. I. L hliVuwn 0 /: O-From Radio Templar City'-cMf"obeKaicbtf I :, rR OPEN It't 4CLOSKII DktimNrte AwthtgJPhen

4 e. *.**** .. ULt r......... .. U.tbtleq. g Washington cah.dral-abc I
A J, 1b4Ne K .ewatd let I.-OO-Soidter.Uonunwat. SL !: t 4'lit -/I A r"/M -

hrh- A**.*** It.r I'wyrt. I' 4i s I I _:1 -lx Forest: >ai -.a (ta lit=Cbi 1 CONSTRUCTED: or HEAVY GALVAGUARAIITLtD _. .... -.
..A..a 1C MtiU .. TWUI. M. \. 1i. : WILL HOT .... ..
':30-Garden Gods-cba '
tarsi.. ..,....... BE b"p 12.I Hollywood. of Bowl-abcAHraa a ,, Finished la Cleammc ........... Yaw (.1tat.. -4, >aMrategrma

at...... 2. ......... tt HutuaunlA I i. sat Ih- .I
> Bamdlal S $..., K T.... Ir.c1 I i } ? 1.-00-AmericaUnited.. Talknbei'eurar : Simple: la Operate FHA TTM laird N1Mtule4
l to life-rba, 61"1
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Ram P.1llllli1I< Talk-*be LEE BROS.
1 Wm. Sbirer Commtnt-;mba 6 r r ,
TIte l'' liter / 111-Edhor at Hom.eabeSinging P.... tee fitted.: J
c.anarieStba.bulo: !
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''tAP ;S..aplletu) /JQ-Cbkaio: noundlable' -fibo
I Sons of Han. Drama-cb* iI
ANDY OUSTAFSON (above). National ve.Hour-nibs j t ....................................
a. Triumphant '
IttittiCtSTWv : Lip1ephotv, backfield' football coach at I :00-Kebtrt ilerriH Conceri_be .
av .. and "........,: MwtlyHH Bill Week Around World.-aLc; ,
CLIFF BARKER ((23)).Kentucky forward fouls DeWitl (l4a ;West Poiat has :resigned be &James'Ueltoa. Concert-ob. .
: !
> little chance I a
ttwatlify '
ptitt jr left forward. latter tries lay-up shot in the second mead football 'coach at New Commentary ..
) Baylor m* a
M ,..#+nMIMe. tbla aftereuun. a : : Mr. President-abd Se
..... a id pay Glade to ball of the Cast.West NCAA basketball final In Naw York's the University of Miami ia Mi Newt:A'ettrana' P.IIIJ-aba s.. Ss

aah.eM and psuthwtadlb Madison Squire Garden. DeWitt converted the-foul shot for one aml.'J:1.: IOO-Yulfe J:44-Kplnlon.: Parade.Comment'Comment-: be .

hseb at U4aep.lwWa f point.-Others are Alex Groza ((36)). Wallace Jones ((27)) and Ken New" Tork Philharmonic-cba e,

: ....ffS.-d thunder. FofUns. ((2S). all of Kentucky.. The' Kentuckian defeated Baylor J-ajj1 Theater. Dotr-of Sort Drama-mbs-ba-a be i/> ..

shame a..ttii a..iiw tonitht. and ,M Jte 42 to win the NCAA championship. jaycees Move To Ernie Lee Snow- >a-soutb f AL (
elet/tdlrr aced ewer vntmn swath I 3:15: -To Be Announced-abc I
'h. h weather Little ....... In TY COUU: 'IN BOSTON l iiO1TAL'r! Protect. BicyclesTl l To Monday Juvenile Serenade Jnry-rlulje ab" .*' (.\P \VlrtpbvlwHERBERT > If Mi
tr naf at..v ..m.* not lilt warm -1 00=urx'KtesrwrR' tYf11}--nb *:
.. Warnow'a' Soundoff-abft W. PARISIUS K4
to awl. .. Pund+y.W ; House. of MaleQ"-mltla: I
Ih1K. ell Mtaka: .k'nk .a q Juniur'Chautber of Curoiiicrce 4:30LITint t 13 .. MAt ...... ..........,. to .k yd concerned: about the PsibiJ"y Eileen Farri: Concert-cb* In'I'C' official who authorizes I
-I.. 17 ..W. pea4h. -'tua and of accidents: to bicyclists Opera Detect it Audition* afrat.riu-Dlb!; *-, exports to Russia is under fire i
awns p. ........, kdy aver swath. I i r>,(r'rJ.k riding at 'night in' Key West; 1:00: -Th* Sunday Theater-njeJaafrt Washington in a House committee
fc*.UM shell lutmtey rxrnHrstrrm phlftjl4 ; streets,. have authorized\ Charles Danes Sonc-cba Investigation into shipment .1 ,
Treasury Aient-aJ>e l
twit..P1P wet Curry% to proceed with plans for The Shadow' of American war supplies _
.strati ...1... PWwd.T 'ahl aridtniktttl equipping bicycles in thi. area S:1$-The Two Phils. Mnaic-'eb. to the SoTiet Union. Rep. 0' I 4, >
with -Scolchlitc" tape. i:30-Phil Spltalny' Girls-cba Wiscon r
alpwtip and Konski. Republican of ;
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----........... A eatre.w nnrtlito ": Yh o. Curry who is chairman of the Quick Counter as Spy a. Flaah\Drama-mba aba sin. Charged that Parisius as a I.I

prelaaa ihetwrm partly" thtudyw I r Health- and Safety committee of I Lveaiap sideline. sells subscriptions to .I
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the Jaycees stated today that the
..trN.r'tJee4,4Ito' I f:00-Calhnlie Radio Serrice-nbsThoc The Southrn Patriot a publication ,
.. tats ,IM. rbaidaMlmt. : project would be started" April : Rise Stetens nTt''Clta'ti:: of the Southern Confer

.. *........ M .t..L&. I 3. 1948 at Bayview Park starting Drew* Webater Skit-mba ; ence for Human Welfare. The s '
.rJ t.aWrl)" anew petuth.. I I promplly at %9:00): a. m.. and bi- .. -News Sammary-abc Congressman called the organ- .l r mac.
aced + ulh bs IlUUthWftl.u. Icjdcs .would Ije ctiufpx.-d| will :30-Hollywood Pr4rf4R-nbe' isation a "Communist front. set
peter : s' tape until- 10:30: a. nu when the Percy 'Faith Concert-;cba
thru Sunday t
pall atwe.t .. paths I r.i's i Greatest Story Er; T !1dII'OI'kk E
.s'vp1 a11a1ts a. nnrllrlyan t : project.would\ -x-lo.>('. Caner. Detective-mba 1
Mtv" Ij i The project*itself first rainr 7:OO :JaeK Benny Comedy-nbq'
tli. CMU4I = ,1
an Sho* cbi
The Gen Autry r.l
about '"'y \\\I yhcn njonibers. cxpiesseda }
........ ami Detroit SymobonyabeSherlock :
.ahrnt growing concern that simieone Holmea-mba- /
.. mrlb pataw '
a I f in the city might hit a child on a rJO-Flif and :
wwellet,, Derndd-e6.:i
thartf Riondi 1 i and
petty Jmbaaandle All .....aM ...: : bicycle at night because of the! Gabriel Heatter Show-mt!I ATKAST

jay" i-rr1 rt at1 MT atm In wat nin;:4 .v \J s fact that at most of those riding bicycleS '::00-Sam Kdjur?pads Her Ad..enttr.-cb!!;..". 'barlt.-IObo! .l.i.l.i i ilea
: night do not lights
.1'S" tall ........ I carry Slop, Music Quiz-abc
-- and reflectors on bicycler: are not The Mediation Coard-mba 100
satisfactory.More ':30-Fred Allen Comedy-nba
Tht.STlrattlnr) : The Man Caned X-els
a I than one member of the Movies Commentary-mix I
| Jaycees has stated that.they have '::45-X.w, Broadcast-mb* I USES FOR
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almost run down children riding ':SJ-Five MinDltI Xwa-cb.I
I14 tt..a lilaadard 111M.. (\Vlrtpbofs> bicycler on the wrong side of the tOO-.Merrv-Go-Round-abc the pure lily awl| IMl seeeaw4 saiie.. 4ta i 4,
Sleet Corlisa Arcber. Skit-cba
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..... street at night because they were
Walter winched Time abe
It./1N N $:It "'.M, I SIXTY ONE YEAR OLD TY COBB (right). baseball's immortal i not equipped with lights. I Meet Me at Parky'a-Wbais I VAL-OIL of Caster- our sincere gtoehi.If MreNV. ...
I1-SIAM. 0:31P.i.AbenONML : -c.o,., Peach.** is in New England Baptist hospital in Boston The scotch-lite program will re- .: -Hollywood Cornreent-abe
bladder disturbance. Nurse Eieanor f J( -Album' Familiar Mu.ic- oP..n. we hold for you.
a gall
I for a check-up on duce this hazard to a minimum Mickey .,. Seriat cba i As a Rest Pravtntivt.
TIDE: DATA Grant serves him a cup of tea. Cobb. outfielder mighty slugger since at soon as the lights from Theater Guild Hour_b* I Far reinforcing Oelsida

.....J.... ....1...: faar'klabwatei i and elusive base itcaler. made baseball history with Detroit Ti- an approaching car strikes the 10:00-Taka Jim Backus It or Comedy Lesre; ft--mbn nbeEacap
)louse Paint.
T1iIM" tape it will immediately illumi- Drama Serie*-cbs II
gers. In errry Cb.rcli the ....w..... mpa
Voices of Strings-mb >
-taIWw sMa- TWe .. > nate the bicycle. As a Won Sizt.
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j 10:30-Horace Heldt Show nbe
il.;asrla T iT Curry wishes to adthe I Strike': It Rich", I 'il and womea prey toaetiwr .... ......
.Oh I". 1.1 .it ; i public that children's bicycleswill I Commentary OB Mn ie.!-ab* vLatinAmerlcaa As a staler fw all l
lha4Brl Convent Alumnae
JM Kairt Ptyassetaaa Members of Stale be equipped first since,,.their Mu$!Ip Ser5iijdemba1o:4Setork -abe II Weodw.rk. :I for he .lerlMl .4 a

.. 42h2aa. i .;is but a lilnitcd'Quantity of tape, 11:00-New* It Variety 2 tin.-nbeKew For priming Cmtat, I world at peace. a....taetmn ..... .. ..
... Road Board Here !! To Hold Banquet and taping, 'w Ube, don on a .. \arietr. Dane I.-brs.-cbaNeira
Ih'e I I : and Dance Band-abc Shuts, Brick.
I'WIMI'Ah ...... !, I "first rorne, .tfrsf'scrved"; basis. New: *. Dane Band.7 bra.-mba I t waited .by Cod.
1Z00-OaoclQC Continued-4 owestAUTOMOBILE
t'etd.aImeth U ft Members vf the State L'-avid department ; The Alumnae of the Convent"i>f I, ... .--
fall) 4thlem. + : Wilson Is Held I ". ;?
I who have been l1"**- Mary Immaculate, hold: MS j
.4)r. inc *t Pigeon Key. came to Key annual banquet on. Monday..Mar. roo
: OtligM -
JiUTJ: night and became the 29 beginning:; at 9 p. m.
1 k.t
l.onn1+s- West : ] Grand Jury ,VAlOIL Acombina"lion
t-.. Jltatr ales: of City Commissioner Members of the Alumnae will { or M Stole .
Iii wbtnet. "" of th.n-
1. honor Sister Catherine of the. Wh
b i ib UiisCirbonell.. I| We fill aU prescriptions a \
111 'tj.te elta'' CWsecliund Aiming them was Elgin Bay- Sacred Sacrament on her return Etter-F. Wilson: colored stew your' old car starts giving you
..dd.SLht rhairman of State Road dept. here. She had taught at the con- ard's mate first clasS. was held Uouble. . The meeting at Pigeon Key is to vent 25 years. for the action of the;grand juiy :i I I We carry a complete lint of
Iwo .......... tlisru the entire state highway Another outstanding event at on a murder charge' growing out Brake Parts. Ignition.Gas Fittings..
I't--f'wt. 'ituatult.It will last through the banquet will be the commem- of the death of Margaret Parrish Spark Plugs. Faa Belli. I-====-
oration of the fiftieth anniversary in Petronia Tues- ""
a street bar last I"
War r Awtralia. a elltrsh4veit of the graduation of Mrs. Sybil. day night, by Peace Justice J. Y. DAY OR NIGHTPHONE f 1
..... pelt" arewhen.pray IT'- .e playful Arc- Delaney at the convent. Porter. IV.Wilson .
..... sd ..... drbtatswsit ed .1 The narwhale is a ;I 1178 ,
a. placed under arrest HOME APPLIANCEPHONE
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and bMta Iaiand in manner suggesting i Thomas Nast, famed American at the Submarine Base on a
ping tusk a was born in Germany warrant JANE and SHINE 11
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