The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 1, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
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v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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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 ( Place of Publication )


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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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Key West. Florida, has the Associated: Press; Day Wire, 'Z '

most equable climate in the tr ( lBrzt itizrit Features and Photo' Services :. .

country, with an averagerange rj For 68 Years Devoted >to the

of only .14 Fahrenheit Best Interests oi! Key West '

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VO1*. LXIX. No. 79 KEY WEST;:; FE,U 1111 )n, TIIUISDAY.I ( ; ) APRIL 1 1918) f t r PRICE FIVE CENTS

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I'UI.HE"ErU} : : PICKETS: i\TTLi: : I\ WALL' STREET{ .1 "

Sued bh. Soon
City By Army eers

Casa MarinaHotel !I vs s"r fi 3. t "!1 1t ,1 tr :To Furnish City Plan


Todayl'' S.r On Intracoastal Canal



Rotary Club Thanks City's

PREVENT; SALE OF Division; ; ; DnvtilTo j: I FROM It A II IV

He Decoraletl For '
AHa: Investment Company. ; + ? Representation . S. Army Engineers: are

owners:, of ('isa Marina Hotel Division and Duval street-. ohortly going to furnish the city

properties, obtained. 1 a fcniliurary V. V VV with their plan j for the construc-
are to be decorated in f' few b
injunction tint morning again! days for the ceremonial l lo be : L i: 1 : -V I Washington Trip Recently; tion of the intracoaslal canal

the City of Key West to prevent held here April 16. 17 and 18 from Bahia Honda to Key West

sale of the company's properties by the Shriners and fr the CITY MANACIR; ; SPAI.U.*- it was reported today to the Key

foi lIon-pa.rmcnt of taxes. annual convention of the West Chamber of Commerce .
Slate Elks Lodgss: which i5 I -- -- ----- r: I iG GIVES; ; SHOUT III.; SCMMOMUJ t ; LEWIS The intracoastal waterway for
]In planting: (lie injunction. under , .,, .,.
to get way the fellow- J ; \ II' P the benefit of small classes of ve-
Judge Aquilino Lopez. J.... ruled inq week. i I iels has been the of in-
POLICIMIN: TRY TO REMOVE PiCKrrrs: ..trrtr.hed' rut iu;: ->n hr! "ode: calk before the I n Wall t TALK TELLING O I F subject
the company must post!' cash in Representative: of the Jack trest in Key West for
I many years
S tr rot "nlrance t., th< flew York" Stock ExcharfieViol'nr*' K; flying in Ihe liqlil that lasted six
the amount of .lj'l: ; about Finch
or Decorating Company. I prominent citizen had this to
mirutr--.. Men were knocked down women rrreatned. and policemen thrown to the sidewir. FElCHIIEIUl\(;
; were :
M per i-rnt of the taxes, to guarantee Fort Lalderdale.' arrived here i ;ay today regarding the project:
the city a;*'n-.t loss in the today: lo make preliminary I The pickets had attempted; to t-If1fk the, doorway by throwing themselves prone on the r The Key West Kotaiv: Mubd I" I The waterway extends all along
event the :suit is last by the coinpan plans lor fie decorations. The I udewrfflfc in the strike of financial rnnplnyc a ;.*\nt Ih Stick: Cjcchclr) and the Nee York Curb the Cast coast of the United
\ same' general scheme of Hags; /! r.xchrlnq. Th light ended with policy; carting 3'? persons to headquarters on disorderly .conduct I States and is maintained by the
City ;Manner llaljrfi; D. Spjlding. will be used for both meeting j I charges. 1 Parish HI1, voted to ",n.t )1.It. ,I. Army Engineers. In many places

in the absence: of City At tor- $. The signs onlyill be i of thanks to the men "'ho VI, nt natural walrways: are wed; but

ne\- Igna"'io I.Psh.'l''IJI.| is "41'\' changed. I,! Washington; recently and l I -presented in others it has been nevtssary
on vacation, entered" a vigoroupiolfot to deepen channels..
----1 : the city'.; int M-- I in
t 'to 'the entire suit on the I'I' RUSSfAN COMMANDER IN the Key Weil-Havana f-n > ,attcr. 'The controlling depth from
grounds that the tax bill again ;' Norgolk Va., .to Jacksonville i I'-
the Alicia Company was; fair and: t 12 feet. From Jacksonville i*.
just! ''Arthsllark( i 1 + Th. .. men: \vho '--ill rnreiv Ih. Miami the controlling depth is

"The a-cssiueiil against Hi- GERMANY ISSUES 1 ORDER !t letters are: 8 feet with'\ 7 feet to the vicinityof
;I A. Maitland Attain < 'a,
Caoa Marina propen.cs was made r Ployr: Tavernier and :5 feet to Key
after caicful consideration of th(- Commissioners Lourtwm.'II West.
value of (lite propei lies: and tilt' Wiih I MortarsAgainst' :; and Fred: J. Dion; City Manage) "From Marathon the channel

tax bill !should be paid:' said ,I AGAINST WESTERN BLOC Ralph I). Spalding\:: Edwin Trr follows natural depthand twnourses.
; president of the Kev W-sI i
Manager Spakimc. or '! are shown on chart ,
Judge Lopez said that the coin I Jews Chamber of Commerce: < 'i nnCommissioner available to yachtmen. The ru;,'.
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pang was entitled to gel the injunction II'ilil I ji Trainnloiut, >. W. A. Piirrish.h:: .s on the Gulf of Mexico side and

to prevent the ale of U : .KI'\4SS: : "F\It: {: :' ..11i.:u 1s dpi hiltoI'm'I l lAittcrirait IU'J''rliun t;i t E'p..l'nted the ferry the and: '-ount J. >D.'s mtpretin Andrews \ :terminates: at the north end of th<'
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the properties on City Hail steps LATTER REPORT GREATER a, Northwest channel off Key West'
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at 11 a. in. "The second course: pace.through
"The whole mallei- will be set- j NUMBER OF ARABS KILLED ;*, Crili'lilntl Hotel and Restaurant f : Moser Channel of Bah't

tled in court here on the basis of I i i i I I &ociation. :ionia and follows through Haw2iannel !-.
AND WOUNDCD THAN NUMBER .I'Vrnrli Iroe-l '! There was speaker tudav "
na tat' XVirtpbotw
to Key West.
the facts in the l'ase.scud Judge; I I ;J ,
:I before the Rotary Club but '
Lopr-z. : OF THEIR CASUALTIES:: ... . "The project for a ttsahU ;m
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j I 'n> thr .l v'rl' rtl lrfC.KRLIN. ''1 City Manager Spalding to ex- U. S. DISTRICT JUDGE RAY
channel )tetv
atisfactory ee iCey
suit filed by AttorneyAllan
wis '
The n/'rrrI'p Jr., srtlVwiSItVincent !' lilt 4.._I.M... 1-..... : April, L Tension<\' press himself the hearing.., MOWD ,B. .KEECH (abov l is West: md Tav2iTB9rlil. t e"'i
G'bhn, Miami. also ap-1;I JERUSALEM. April I 1- A> .i.. t ( t t--.i\!' i ;., .. lu;fi i pi'vb'! fri Gf"i i I|r befo.'IJw examiner of The M' I-I., sued the summons to John L.Lcwb. ipproved by Congress but n"

pear for the company- j today for the first lime SIIKUif! \ ; ">',% .- I'h Russia on one side:: ;l time Commission at Wa.;;lnn;: i': United Mine Workers unds for dredging and adequate

I In the suit it ix charced by tl)ia )1I train t their warfaie. aR+m't .J..\\ tf rId< th- United State., Great Brit ,. ton. ,t; boss !o appear in court at markings have been appropuatxl. -
company that the total : in Palesune<<: used nmruu.m' 'tI' ..''M ,nd France on the other. ,!I Spalding said that the commission j Washington and: explain why .
I tacking a Jct''ish stroneivilrl '1'lnHiKsiati llharnmc. 'I, : made every of foe. t In c'-'. .
eontmaiidcr. The to
the v se'-'ii"
?nis (.f W63.000 on aoscss-I' i I on-I h- defiantly ignored a subpofn customary way
i" Marina, $35,000 for the ( But the Jews reported: that R .. \\- poi into effect a ,I Iall' the facts available the => from President Truman's Federal funds for a project "i
across the sereet from the hotel more Arabs were killed and -ijufuplay" thia inornin:: lie'1 i ferrymatter.. He said he would his kind is through the Aimy:
and $40.000 for personal property I wounded than was the ca.ewith ; licit an order that all trains. |1 later be necessary to for thet fact-finding board investigating engineers; and Bureau of the Bu-' -

are "crossly excessive un-i the Jews who located the : i iz1.t t as sell a. rMS (''' l''''. and j ji jI j! commission to rei-ommrnd 01 to' the coal strike. set and appropriations cvlnnul-':

equal, unjust, inequitable unreasonable positions of the mortars and ... '. i .i.i.i. veiiK-lvs.! pitH'ng'"ltO tlf i:; kill the whole thin ,,', _._- ---- - -ees in Congress."In .
and discriminatory.| used ill contingent of snipers to I' !>. !.m z*"n from the French i ii i i "It \vs simply that the im view of the' r increasing p'V..ibiluties -

The company protested the tax ) attack the Arab gunne". .., i; hll ;'nne.-: are !1 i mission is interested: in the iiI l PrcsitcntAgainst! for :small craft in U"' .

bills for $10.006.20) and claimed I Neithei sine diM-li. .soH the inini- < Inslrifiprd! ['H' InK, I'tion. 1 1II !I| nciiuial aspects of the ferry.i'l Key West area. it is importan''
.. | Spaid in::. Mil it reroinnwnHs the r r'U
it his order merely. that all be tahn,
they should amount to no morethan \ tier of then casual tiebut tin said was i necessary steps
.. Hwn ,
I I advancement "f the fun
$5,169.21 on the basis of its t j British command annmincrd that. : .. :i --afety measure" to keep un- ERPFor secure funds.:: It is undn
laim that a hotel' property and ;| five Aral and l-.vo Jev." Karl: i' ';. ;; : : di..11...."kpcrMWis out of the F>us- II 1| I believe (the ferry "can. beginto > ;taxi that the Army engini! .

the used by it to house'! been found l dead in the Vionilyof f : >i.mMir.:( j I I operate next seas+m. I ,rill bhoitly furnish the city wit Ii
'1 its employes is l badly in need of II j jicpair. the fight in .tI":; .:<' : >, American Iii iti. ( Spain ''heir plans: for this developrnvnt."

I t., < 'S'; itiihtaiy governors immediately: i I I,.l
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-i 4 ">.o' V lilt hut the ordertill meeting today were J. W Nel I "
rich the ; ". -" I".l'.t.:
I The coiniany] ioints i t\'an"lon.: III.: E. Ludwig. ttllv- Farmhouse Fire 1
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hotel was built 2o years as o of ; .- ifiiiain in etlttt.French j roun SUBMARINES FROMU.
7'rrlljlercllllrt's! I I. .4": 'hh' wa III.: Wendell Wmant. M",uon.
constniction. The pI'OS'I j jerty t and British !governors: |

I f i ame is held to !be in need .Jf ex- i 7.:30 t.S.T.: ..". .' :.." 7', ln-iii. -i ." ...fcrirnw ith Gen. Lu- I Ohio Ill.' : :George Ralph L.S.Wyatt.IIdl "I.'alt'cienviv. S. AND UNDISCLOSEF Kills{ Tolal Of tI r
M Clc. America'military govcir.m. -
need I j.
roof .: I
and the '
repairs J
tensi"e" ...
.. Pa.JOHN .
__:eCURIOUS"" u 1 to crterminc on a counter City. NUMBER OF PLANES TO BF

rebuilding.It the I Station 'Mtlensive." Clay. asserted that V/IIITEVILt.K.: N. C. V/i.. i",
is also charged by Commission cuni- Atlanta :Via I I--UI- ti'U"a ininy. p 'i/ons "tom i I 1SSISSIA'4 I 'I'. \IUT{ ;" SENT TO TURKEY Charlie Edward, 36-year- -
pall: tliat: the City j jiltinK CHINESE VIEW :the body of Chin Pi l.wci. c. Mmrh
Board of F> ualiZdtion Hllln:s y I Iron i hc Ru; ;ian /'.ne into the: 1R' 1br 1..rMri errs/ .her' of five children, p' ir < "
as a | | who executed for the "-.e durriqthe
tb J'p..n'
"deliberately and mtt"Ohon- :i Rismai/ 27 prince py oihei (pills ol German;. than cotiom i W.1SltINtCIill|| ; April 1.- ;a oli..e in a wood-burning' h> i' ?

allv" fixed the high. a ses"Jllt"nt.1 i j Buffalo"iMilestt ;>:. war. The execution took plncc in Repel Model prison nt I th- French, ButihinH ,. "j!, it Uv I Inn.'". die lYesidenrpus ?I'. the resulting:: explosion pid ->'. '
March 25. She convictedt'i\ October but was
The city has 30 days in which j m *>i Pcipinq was Aii eru-j n zt nei into the Ru"-Ian tend today tlwtTiMM fatal l to him. his son, Billy, 11.
..' Ie to her execution by appeal l ti high court. At her re ictMiy.
to file answer to the suit. ('..ic.ago :::; ;) clay .it en. Bobby Camel, 9; Louise 5. -an -' I II I Corpus ('In 1.,11 :.ViIJenver
I I -MIVIroit ; r+Itl..Kir' the prison walls.I )<.. *<-ti<>n fot i ''h' l u:4-ian rom fI.i "i.f Sp.| .iiu, m the European Rccovn The mother was critically bui"'

YFW W I : IFMft'i /ll/ 1Kl I i'i. teM-e5-entilue: ol II I' i"-klanl.' "d and a daughter. Betty Lou.IiV I;

I .: .'as.. :SIKt. ;I .UM. weoteiii' Wmp Hntnl nut( that I : i . 'liuiher' ?toted that UirI received minor burns.Revival > .
1'r/nigllll! / I IP..Itr Worlli I'i iJi Car(: Stolen 1() l From/ ':n.cI.+V in Inshtatitg: the ('rd"l.i
59 J |It r0crlitvsCliarirs
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:.i (l|) v.-a.s l.iCrtkili. hrr asre-nfnt .. 'th' I'" : ni h tl expressed >pc
(; .I n'I..n
of S'rtdhein I ''IK I ; tin- other tI,'..." powers regard: t j :. it I I Hi r "n< J.H-k iiivill ( : A. ;
III''. t Post 3:11: : II I. Veteran> of For j ;..n:..* CM-, ::11' 1 (:8nh; Sold t 'i'oihiy( l : ly! i. Hi- I.R1dtt'.ti of l : -rm; n; I 4I | .' oi :- ith the: liWjC .
I |laid. I h .inn l AinK'dl1 tram' II
rig It Warsvill be lieW thioven- 1 KEY WEST 81 I : ..V )I.. d final agreemen: Loses Own Son
ins at 7fiO Duval 1 sh't"et. ender | Key West Airport 7l Due Here Today vt-iT diverted from the Ku: -:"'ian ,, ..., ,I1f'C"Pf'f'l .h....
/: Conmiandei Tony ) Tax Cdlrrlori << /....... but a Ktmcti train fini.Pssris h II I 1-:,:P.,11 '"
the direction l I" Angeles .ViloKiisville '
} I''IA' for Spain
tm provisions
1 nu!!
h -W inspectedl.y
I I.1 was up an .
DETROIT. Mich. A call I.
.rltan1 !
Ai thin 'M.f. 'fI.I.., ,, -I < -liH'l--- A Itx- Kvn inns t 'I i ii. ki-n' fi..m' the hill.
vii, ;i"1 it ; of UH> fulfilI I /7Minie'apo11a i A 1.,1..1 .'1 ,.i.- .., K,.> hl'.- .1' Defense For- help( Vent Robert ('. Gif(". I" I'
.. the' n'"WnR Adain-.. ..tiniijtion. "-XIIII-IK: Iiol I i. 't'"df. Ju. .1., oifleial n"pt'rr. Secretary for :* .- U" I 'ma'rMcnlphi n . ., itatwm expert of suburban B"r 1ley's
I" "1"0 t\ ta 'h 'Y. 0,1 1' h' Ia said today that thedp..lfn- restal'efice) : ( disclosed todaythat
}Fund will tr matt All l>Kt|" ; ',> i tinlnniii. 'i..tit.ii -,n'l itetmall- .. :, Fire DeparUnnet. racing I.,
I decided
atW.. are \ vaili "t, Ii'.I'' sal I11"! "I .I.1; I.1 "r (;riniMn i i.'w aorr> the United: State has .
IK-IS :tn'i:-itill it-im : : New Orleans 6:' rotion :; 'I'I' ifjM.iN-ii. 4 |I.. with Russia "n- t. send: four submarines Ins own home to find his th ,
.. fac1 on : 9
t' a'tend. iI j v II' .1"| | nU Ihf '!" .I I lt\ 1k'te I
(-",dia" invitelt mark "*. f NUI'f.Ak s.: hiv'' I.t i-n : 1,1.' 'I ... -t II-'t.t aMinim t ,. zitli' end tilt! western po...1(i.- nnilia ,7rs I and fn undisclosed number ofwar I year-old :son. Roger. stranp.I'I.l i ;
A J'f'Pfll| it will" al 1ft" Oklahoma City 342J II.11 Mil I.ion.m.\ ( : In I -I." 1it'tiIP I ''n a penny balloon.
I "thc' p.tnfS to Turkey.
I the' IIPI" ""hi'h I" Vern"I : tlmaha C'.I:.', t"l Ii'I. r- The efforts of both Vasro: : ""
well bt sent
fhal-'lh ti oPt INNIenthe : Mi AH ." -' .' I iMc: II
I 11 111 : Smithlier. Pensacola 'o'.>: as., th-4 )i.-'t',till' s. t- I n! \t \ l."nd,>n. C 'nn nd'Ii" physician, however, were f- l',
dmxtioii of "a.lI..n ; : tin II'' 'Inins'' 'ni th- antnnfilHl'' '. Key JJV.sHand/ : i less.
Roanoke '-' r.j tn
i I I'dlf'1'' hllr'I out i t-t l II.H. pun'will. be transpwrtetl
St. Costly .:'tI -.- ;J.-n, 'I <\H. ,11."vel'.1, nu;,in :, I .
I I(1rllfll'EK: : ( : 11111; ; .. .. MI'I hu- .'':' t of the uicrpetty." At iie I'lays Tomorrow' linkv\ "n All airplane rsmwr.
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\. U j S,:-iu, >n iy the lint! : of New Illstrll"'Clll
-nd oj tNt --ai5.. if tl"t J'I'pt..t'|
.' ,) eliwf .*' .tMHi P" I San Ant>>*K. 4"Jieallle /rilinit R"tuiHtHi.;.I rft K, :y W.t.ft'MM. t. S \ ., i >In >.f "._hop Rtibi-w"; mtivMicnt .
I "f "..' 11.1'11\1 I "..,," i' *: I t auet< llH,| Nt...V.I ownerhave i(',| part{ U>c uittit" .1 Th KrvVr_-' 1 Ili_h School. I BANKHEAD (fabo r>. tii:.t will be" matte by Uie Received '

I 1..1. UiiN .11!! l bRoom Tallatlasee ',.: I In thf HUtoiiobikwa: h. > ('ii tli' MI-MI*. ,. Inc .-'lod.t the n.-1t Hand unde the direction of Earl: i U. S. consular attache in Windsor I'n't"" States. n.f

r"itlt"First; s>f'1 viiit'K mint") Building tomorrow. Tampa ," l...itl<>lio ontdiii.itK: lIiltui-ahL u-.vncrb: tan Make apfilkation foi Dillon win appear, in concert at I Ontario. wa the target of i I I The White House announcedi I :: :
212 '.!I th-n applications! ;tOO ot.1t't ,..,- i IDavvicw park 1ft 8:00; P. M- to- ossi59in' bullet which of The Key West I
Int.\I' In i: anvoninterested lullbllln tidteds... I an : i i that hereafter in the sale
"' Il't'lIh"t- .--- |lie i I ti> I"! well in connectionVltll moriow.This struck his automobile in the War Assets I Band has received several rt.-
: the
or 1 by -
in enhstnti: I .l : surplus goods:
The amount of the tote;> 'n >r instruments, .
\ the t-XHMlllrltion ,, S : ,,'In b" the second public I : including a pic"i '
.oAIl"I'1I111( of his home. He sale
,11IIS. driveway escaped Administration no
the U. 581 of $2.-
iiiK in pietas piopertyvaa; ctmcert ..: the band and the : tenor saxophone, baritone s --
I7M7' 1,1' I I . IIII'.f:,.O,' h'lIlIlh isC.hirssIixjUTl 5'i3s5.: pl." tlr' Itm..nt I'J. t. I tills' w ill! 'I.,1 standard and injury. Bankhe K: a ': will be consummated until the phone and a bass saxophone. "i i .
12 them I 01 the "I... Rolv I I. aidBlditIf ..elS'tlons. Due to the nephew of the late U. S. Senator country's armed forces give i I new instruments have mad .
MIJ Tom Aitnm an'l l --' n.Forrett. "pul< ? i, wa.- husk Nen'x' til I ,. i John Bankhead and the I their consent. I, I'
Arc You Registered vill leave on Sunday f"i pi OK:retiiad by the band in improvement in
i | an extfmlert vacation. They trill I the ;jrtison.then. \\ tuK.'\ 1111..11 al etfu-iem-v. a larce crowd I late Rep. William Bankhcad of i In that> sat all WHI nidtn idl i tonal quality of the band. ..'. ,
17th )( We.- Itn nl. t tin 'tha'' \\ (o.ilrt .have gene{
Books CLOSE April VI'ltIth: Mi. Aithnr'lamilv in t>'i > < puM-h-i'-fi t h .anticipated The conceit' u> free I Alabama. He formerly lived ; -i\MM- | will be heard at the conc-i, *
00000 ,,-i tilii ale'.-. aid .->h I .- tt.n I h' 'in! I :: 'ii Ru siii.l will be kept ,in this> I tonI
1 Wabhingtmi. end l a4.u in Maryland. ;nil 1 the puliluinvited in Greensboro N. C.SANDY'V'GARAGE Bayview Park. 8:00: p. m.
i : Gd.-A Nl'.1 ik l ,I"'l'rr'jNsa .. 1 <-unti vPALACE
ATLANTA rtC" -- I row.
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f -. - - - -- Harmon Miller JI. taught: his n ----- --- --- -- I -

son; Harmon aid, 12. to play Larar. Iw 1 i> I PHONE 124

I Eberhardt: ; Low Weekly Summer Rates I chess In three weeks. the boy was \\; GARAGE> r "Casement Sash Next to La Concha Hotel :r, THEATER I TICKET OFFICE

Impartial I I Now in effect beating his father at the game II::" !..*.! SIt.rt r...... IM l I 404 Duval Street Phone 501 ri I Allan Lane and Bob Steele ALL

t I A Chance" 1: Fine for Navy Personneli and, recently, ne entered a chess; .'/lnfi Itejmlrs; Painting; STKIJMv LUMBER YARD Complete Overhaul Jobs AIRLINES
"Bandits of Dark
"Give Decency Bus sponsored by the experts Canyon"NEWS
i tournament Burly and' Fender .Work 1. I
I "'"'slnR CENTRAL HOTEL TELEPHONE 816 I No Job Too Difficult
i aid I Yollul. ai a. Station of the Atlanta Chess Club. Umuliie .,.... Paris far All 1 l'.r. and SHORTS 1
Little Hal mon won. Cat. Parked ,- 411 Fleming St ,

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Radio '. :
t>DlUhcd Dan" r3eett Sady. by Programs Insurance Wanted
L. P. ABTMAN. Ow *r ..* PablUkrr Few of us give a passing thought to
ARTMAN. B...... Manager. .
'iGI":! %From D. Th Citizen BulUinsComer what a wonderful thing language is, whe- ........................ A colored gentleman addressedthe yp
Grw and Ann Street
Only Dally Newspaper in Key. West and ther it is English or any other tongue. information clerk in a large
Daytime Summary .
Monroe County i : insurance company ._ EH
Entered at Key We,," Florida as second class matter We take for granted the words we use Selected Broadcast programs at the same.s hated time bel Men.ware "Ah wants some insurance." 1W Tj'r \ .'

when day through Friday.Time is eastern I "What kind do you want?"
HP AS1OCIATF.IJ! PRESS speaking or writing, not thinkingthat r '
rIEMBrff ftV ? : standard. For central standard sub. _
R I t
'The Aaltociated Press Is exclusively entitled tom tract_. hour; for mountain stand "Wen I doan zactly] know, my -- -
.. < for rtprodtwtkon .t all*news dlapatchea-eredited all of them had to be coined. ard two hours. boss done said I was goin to lose
to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and I
__ -at no the local new. published here. This idea about language came to us .! my job Saturday-nn'" ,. ... I wantsprotection' ,
MAR. 29
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-,,-. nIle Year 8CB9CltlPTIORVTKS. ---'".- -T _111.01 when we read an Associated Press story -. .. ., ",."'Mt; i. "OJ}, y OY.* Want insurance
..... 5ot ;against :IfrteTx. tJ > '
.tile :Months +--r t-CO- r-Bbe
..Three Months ..- .15 in. The Citizen on Tuesday about the fear HO ymoon In N. I I dF
_....., 4">QeIonth: _. .-..._ 1.00AUVERTI9OG Breakfast Club-a bo I
_, Sleekly ... .%;0 some German scholars entertain of their t.(1I-bllwasBwadnp.-e t 0r ..1 ;.4.. IItlhU4< TOT'VY'S -
hare Valey Folks-.. F : \
;: BITES language being emasculated because of 10-00-Fred Waring Show-DM i', ANNIVERSARIESKnow j a
_ Made Known ort Application Uusto For you-cbs
the presence of the American, British, My Story Drama-ab. ( America) 1
= WJO-Ho.
SPECIAL NOTICE r of Serials-B O 1 .
_-. Ail readingnotices, cards of tb..ka. resolution French and Russian occupational troopsin Half Hour of Serial*-eb 1811-Jamea McCosh. Scottish 1 y
of reepect. obituary noticea. poems, etc. will be bay It With Music. -tub* .:clergyman-professor president of -
_a charged for at the rat of 18 cents a line. Germany. 11 M-Arthur Godfrey ShowchiBreakfast S -1L -
Notu-es for entertalnmekt by churches' from which In Holly wood-a t* Princeton University under 4 _
a revenue In to b. derived are 5 rents a line. American slang terms are catching on 11:30-Ben! Alexander Sio. nfts whom it ttained greatness, early -
The Cltlxea u an open forum and invites dUcusaicR ,,_
11:4 -Serbia& 3 U hrs "* clerical defender '" d'
.f public, issues and subjects of local or quicker than any other expressions. Hun- robs.' of evolution .
general Interest but it will not publish anonymousc Aft.,...* t '.-. born in Scotland. Died Nov. 16. '
mmsaicaltona.ry << dreds of thousands of Germans, when J.CO-Weleome Travelers -ab. 1894. ,

conversing now use :such expressions as Kate mltb Speaks-lagwa, 1823-Simon B. Buskner, Con- I : g

-:" ''NESTADVOCATED "Okay" "Hello there "Oh I2So-WGtd.Dally Sand and Concerts-mba Musio eb federate lieutenant-general Ken- ,
: IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY Baby" and a to, -
1OO-Coaeert Half Hour tucky governor, born in Hart
-a" -
BY THE CITIZEN variety of such other terms. 0--Four Hour or Serials-abs County, Ky. Died Jan. 8, 1914. ,r _
That view Queen for a Day-me* 1826-Edward A. Sothern yt
by the scholars was well famed -
1:30: -Brtd and Groom-at.. _
1. More Hotels and Apartments. taken. Consider for instance, the United Mania Stuck Record*-meS0 acto.and father of noted
-Donbl actors whose first efforts on
e. Nothing-cba
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. States with its "melting pot" of people Ladies Ce Seated abo stage were failures born in Eng

3. Airports-:Land and Sea. from all over the world. They are obligedto 1:3O-T.Paul..Whiumaa Hous Party Record-cb*.-ab. land. Died Jan. 20.( 1881. :-:;' -...::..-------- -_. -- ::: ...:..::..:: >. -_.-

a -. 4. Consolidation of County and learn English to use in their 4-00-Btat Hunt Qnla-cb* 184&-(100 years ago) Charles.i \P Fh.d...)
City Governments. occupations, 4O-Winner Take All-cba Hopkins Clark, noted editorpub- ;
5. Community Auditorium. and though the newcomers may resort to Treasury Band Stand-abe) lisher of the Hartford, Conn. ', IN RESPONSE to a suggestion from their pastor worshippers of the Assembly of God Church in,
ICIO-ScbOOI of the Air cbs *- Atlanta Ga- turn out for Easter service their working clothes. Many cf the
their own tongue when speaking among Klddiea Hour (west repeat S tx. Courant of his day born in Hart in men wore overalls
lattri- abo and mba ford. Died Sept. 5, 1926. j F i and women were attired in cotton print house dresses. Mrs. Jimmy Mayo (center fore,.
themselves, their children use English or :**-Lum and Atner'-cba-easi 1652-Edwin A. Abbey, among!' ground), wife of the pastor. talks with members cf the congregation alter the services.

"American" almost all the time. Finally)) the country's gfeat historical and . .
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I mural painters born in Philadelphia -'r
the time comes, generation "
Gentle: Readers: tion after genera- NETWORK PROGRAMS I Died Aug. 1, 1911. : In 1940 about ten per cent of i,; TODAY IN HISTORY WILL YOU SMILE? '
when the descendants of the foreigners Time is eastern It.nd.r. FIr centrsletandard . i im Lon Chaney, actor. "the the U. S. national income was I

Is it possible) that .a business!\ found- know little or nothing about the lan- -.ontain standard subtract. subtract one hour two for man with a thousand faces," born paid to those engaged in agricul- I (Know America) ; Successful :.i;
M, ed on the illicit sale.of liquor, on gamb- guage of their forefathers.But hear hOua.f Sonic relay local to fit stations local Iched..ln.change I at Colorado Springs, Colo. Died ture and the manufacture of food t! 1789-First session of the U. S.
Lan minute program changes Ciln. Aug. 26, 1930. liquor and tobacco. i!i House begins in New York, then
survive and 1 :. _. ______ _
-- ling and prostitution can to back .. . "
to .
get words. Let's not b&IPcuded. *
go .......:c;.;;..........;,;.......................' country's capital. i i "Was your party a"'success
. '. even prosper.? Will it not, like a Frankenstein into your kitchen or dining room. Who I ,| 1835-The New England Mu- : "A great :access, answered

arise and destroy its creator? the THURSDAY, APRIL 1 I #. tual Life Insurance Company, Mik ; Cevenne 'I don't remeojber -
'- gave name to a )plate, a fork, a spoon, Political AnnouncementsDEMOCRATIC ; who was> there except the !soc -
i Boston, chartered-birth of mu-
It should.: a dish or other utensil? Evening them
any Remember, letv editors But none of
: tual life
': -News Report 1* Mln.-nbo insurance in country.
: THE ORACLE. there was a time when there were not any Network;Newscast!; Silent Every Hour Day--vba abc-east I PRIMARY, MAY 4, 1918For 1898-Although warvith it\v'ote:' ; leas than j column about

such words; they and all other words had :Kiddles Hour (repeat)-abc-.'efct Spain declared this month, U S.
Network Silent (I br.)-nibs-east I - - - - '
------------------ ------------------- regular army this day numbersbut
to be coined. When we become used to Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs-,.csl OOOO .(IOHHHIiilllUllHIilfliliNiillh"taiIlllltplu I >R411H14
':1!-Sports. Music rime-bbo For Governor 1 County Commissioner men I
THE RESULTS-SO FARr their signification, we don't see how they Of Men and Books-cbat : 1922-First day of countrywideI
W. A. SHANDSBILL Fifth District
:30-Chicago Orchestra-cba-east i I coal strike involving half a million 1
4 can be different, yet, if in the beginning, Lum and Abner repeat: -cbaest ( ) EDNEY PARKERFor I strikers. /
I The Soviet in Czechoslovakia *:45-Newscast by Three-nbc
coup' the root w6rd for "good" had been "bad", Lowell Thomas (repeat ID- bs I i j 1924-Hitler sentenced to five 1

i has, up to this time, produced the following and vice versa, today it would be a compli- 7.00-Supper Club-nbc-ba woThe For State Comptroller County Commissioner I' years in prison for Munich bet i- VALENTINE'SVALSPAR
Beulah hhow-cbs
| I results: ment to characterize a person as "bad." New and Commentary-abo EDWIN G. FRASERFor Fifth District !; hall revolt.
Fulton Lewis 1925-The Hebrew Unuersilyin
((1)) The President of the United and Comment-n3a W. A. PARRISHFor : Jerusalem opens.
Jack Smith ; els State Comptroller)
and bong' -
States, in an unprecedented appearance before The intelligence of a democracy can- Daily Commentary-abo Superintendent i i 1941-Joint resolution] of Congress -
;News!; : Dinner L> 4 Congress in peace time, has denounc-: not exceed the average intelligence)) of its 1:30-Guy Lombardo 3aod-i.bc .- :C. M..CAY I b ". .P.ublic Instruction in New World from any one non-
Bob-Ctrwtoy: Ctetr-ebs:: "- I( FLOOR AND DECKPAINT
j: ed the Communist Government as the ene- electorate. Henry Morgan (;30)- bo 1 f; WILLARD M. ALBURY American power to another. .

my of the rehabilitation of Western Eu- ,.. t-'hild'News.BroaduiVr-mka,7 Uorkl-abc-uect>r..... .- ......for: : Circuit.' R".t.J-"u'" '. I.. ,.. ... .. : 1942-Hand-tp-hjnd fightm
7.45!HarLness Comment-nbc (Croup One) For Superintendent between Americans and Japs onBataan
rope and the one nation; preventing WORLD PEACE MEANS '
Ed Morrow News-cbs J t
establishment of based Sports Comment-mbs WILLIAM A., (Bill) HER1N; j I ', : ,: Public Instruction I
a peace upon 194.1-American flyers mistak
0:00-HenryAtdr)4c,stall ;bo f I HORACE O'8RY ANT t'! 1t
M,- justice and law. Our interest in world pe'ace is' explained Candid FBI in Microcftorip Pe.Cv & *(rep't?a-*chr lpj-a, Sollerjc .p' > For :State Attorney'I I, Switzerland ingly kill and. injure" over 100_ id,

: ((2)) Supplementing his denunciation by Eeard>>ley Rum, who sa's that the >Andy'Rusj(i eon, U.--_Kevue abe-west-'fhbs .. 4'v- i ij1 GLENN C. MINCER- Superintendent l I 1945-U. S. 10th Anny begin: ; f I

the President has requested: Congress to establishment of peace means: ..:.1:-Hovle Backround-mba.' j Reelection 1 pf Public lastruction invasion of Okinawa. EXTRA DURABLE ;

fhe ((1)) Much higher standards of living :3V Mr.-Burns Keen& Allen Drama-cbs-nbc MELVIN E. RUSSELL : 1946-Huge tidal wave in Paci- 1
legislation to give United States j .
.. Ellery Queen-al>c-b*.' a.- For;State Attorney { fic from Hawaii to Alaska bring : .
'. "strength for peace" and somewhat; indi- abroad than ever before : Guest Talent Hunt-tabs -F j WEBSTER G. WALLACE f, For Clerk of Criminal CourtC. death and destruction. $eeat/e 1
((2)) Great demands IS5--Flv.; Minutes News-cbs 1947-President Truman calls 1
: for American
the foundation for
; rectly, lay an pro- Billy ROM Comment-mbsCO I SAM B. CURRY 5
LI policy ducts for export; ': -Music Hall. AI Jolson-nboPJok. For State RepresentativeFor : on Congress to extend rent control -
frankly designed to strengthen the '
Haymes \ariety-cbs j to June 30, 1948. it'S MADE WITH GINUIHI
((3)) Corresponding Willie Piper Skit-abc Re-nomination For Clerk of Criminal Court 1Et
employment and
Democratic ;nations as they. prepare to Gabriel H atler. Comment-mb. !

"1|. meet the challenge of Communism. consumer incomes; t.1S-News Broadcast-mb*,. . BERNIE.'. C. PAPY. HARRY DONGO The, per-pupil value of pubh
.30-VilUge; StorenbebaejsTo i! grade and high schools in t!u
J ((3)) Great Britain, France, Belgium, ((4)) Less expenditure by the United Clock Be Drama-\nnounced-cba'-abc For State Representative For Supervisor of United Statese inrE'a-ro aim..<-' I

The Netherlands and Luxemburg have States on armament; RFD America Vtulz-nibs" MILTON A. PARROTT I Registration : three fold between 1920 and l'40!

: announced a pact designed to bring about ((5)) Lower taxes in this country; and 10:00-Bob Magazine Hawk Theater-cbs Quiz-nbc (Mickey) I II JOHN ENGLANDFor ,
Salt is of the woildmost
Child World
-abc-ea&t: one
the military,. political, social and economic ((6)) Greater confidence in making Family Theater-mbt' I !{ plentiful commodities but ..I"i
Juvenile Court
cooperation of these five nations. commitments for the future. 10.30-First bddie Mhter Cantor Play Show-cbs-nbc I I For State'RepresentativeTOM I Judge is one ot ti\ highe-t tixed
: ((4)) The Premiers of Sweden, Norwayand Mr. Ruml thinks that the next impor- Dance Lenny MUMC Herman-mbs Quartet-aba 1 O. WATKINS t ---- ---- -

: Denmark, without issuing an official tant factor affecting American business in 10.4S-Earl Godwin Talkabo'1150News !1 For Judge Juvenile Court
& Variety 2 hr..nbc For Sheriff HOMEAPPLIANCE
: communique, but speaking together in 1948 revolves around inflation admittingthat News News and Variety Dance Dance Kand 2-br abc*.-cbs FRED O. EBERHARDT !! FRANK O. ROBERTSFor

:. Stockholm, after a day of confidential con- how far it will go and how long it will Xvews. Dance Band 2 hrs.-mbs II I I II TASLLTS fOR
Justice Peace
12:00-Danclnc Continued-abc-wett I
ferences, jointly affirmed their decision to last are unpredictable: because policies and For Sheriff i i First District

:. defend, with all means the freedom of decisions are still in the making. Nevertheless Your HoroscopeTHURSDAY I ALTON COEHRING : IRA F. ALBURY ( A.wderan.©.faendhedawat PJf\E( II60S

their countries against any outside aggress he offers some advice to the people ("Dutch"? : ) . J 1 For Re-election Hut CM tad ics.hs Simonton.... St. Key West
s sion.; They pledge cooperation in the about cooperation in connection with the APRIL 1, 11148- I 'II:l!:;'''' ::',.'. ,!;;. ,,}.",aHlliII! !IIIllIIOIINIHIIl'

The show that to For Sheriff For Justice of Peace . .. .. ,
fight inflation. special aspects - - - - - --
: Marshall Plan. Their speeches included on
day's native will be 1: a student, EVERETT "R. R1VAS First District ''I
statements that the Communists "Cooperate with the Government "
: are with a leaning toward scientific PAUL BOYSEN ,
"doing their utmost to increase social un- urges Mr. Ruml, "in measures and policies subjects. The impulsive nature For :Sheriff I j "

rest and that be deemed for infla- of the month will be tempered bya BERLIN A. SAWYERFor jl
block peaceful developement" and may necessary more gentle amiable disposition {i For Justice of Peace I

that the Communists were "a great tion control. Some of these we may not not too strong willed, and ReelectionFor I Second DistrictMYRTLAND

: danger to fredom and peace." All three like, some may seem silly and more un- with much sympathy for others f CATES p
and desire to help them which Sheriff t
strongly denounced the Communist coup in necessarily harsh, but the inflation prob- might a make them easily deceived JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD For Justice of Peace i iHere's

; Cechoslovakia.TO lem calls)) for leadership I and a leader must While it is well to be forgetful Second District

have followers)) who subordinate, for the of self, this virtue needs to For Clerk of Circuit Court I
be tempered with judgment.
STUDY CANALS ON MARS time being, their inclination to do whatever j EARL R. ADAMS !

they please." There than 2- For Justice of Peace
are now more I
For Clerk of Circuit Court i
: The mysterious markings on the Planet 300,000 acres of tree farms in the I Second District 1

o Mars have been the subject of conjecture Success, despite the experts, is a mat- North Douglas wtjt fir. region of the Pacific FRANK BENTLEY !i SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN / a book

since the Italian astronomer, Schiaparelli, ter that involves much of what we call)) j For County Tax Assessor (SAM) packed with news I

: first noted them in 1877. luck. Spirit Lake in northern Idaho CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO For Constable
has bottom of solid stone. I .r' New selections of
: So far, the best of Mars a !
photograph I For County Commissioner First District j furniture, floor

made with the 100-inch Mount Wilson tele- INQUIRY INTO CANCER CUREA I LEGALS 'I First District CARL J. INGRAHAM coverings, and all

scope, fails to show the lines but many JOE ALLEN -, home furnishings.Last .
: astronomers have seen and mapped them. "cure for cancer" is reported from IN Tilt ('IUTIT ('Ot'KT OF Tilt For Constable minute bargains .
til.I.TII JinMlli. e'lll't$1b1' r i I First District i 7t to help
: In summer, they radiate from the ))Oles Sydney, Australia, where it is: said, a non- ( TUB STVTK OK "'LOII'O'. For County CommissionerFirst .1 with homedecorating you t\
1% .\'IJ Colt MOMtOi: <'OI \Tb.I' DistrictJ. HARRY H. JOHNSON t your
across!' the entire planet. The blue-green medical man has developed a treatment I'II f\t\: I and

color changes to brown in the autumn and which has atracted the attention of the KTA .\ ::\1. (!.NtiI.iU'.::_ %... 11-117 I.TZ\I.: *:-:, OTTO KIRCHHEINER {! For Constable ,v your house cleaning -

: becomes almost colorless in winter. medical profession and favorable comment w 0 ;' I'J inUff HIS uHrt For County Commissioner i: First District t ''" cz:' Spring and "

; The opinion that these lines represent from at least one physician.The \\\\ c. SMTZM\V I First District I I C. FLONEY PELLICIER \ early of summer
i 1" cZr clothing
canals may have stemmed from the fact Government of New South Wales:::I, W..duw: or e, Saltzinanrhioa IMIIIU ,% noTO. \ | W. C.SUGAR( )) SWEETING For Constable a ii r', for all the fam

that Schiapparelli called)) them "canali." conscious of the importance of such a discovery "l.awl.r'4) 1.....Saltzman; I I For County Commissioner .i First DistrictBENJAMIN ily A special

: Regardless of this, many people have the if true, will set up a committee to I Iowa. aw C,.unty. I: Third DistrictCLARENCE I J. PIERCE -' section for taller of clothing and-

: idea that there is some evidence of life on inquire into the alleged "cure". The Associated i You the are Kill hereby of t oiriilamt-qnire.for l to 1")1\'f.r.appearto HIGGS I (Bennie) a larger women,

the planet. Press quote a Sydney cancer specialist in the *|".\.- M\l.-.i'''aus'. on ..r' before : -; extra large and
the 19th daof April. A. r,
When the new 200-inch telescope who watched the removal of growthson 14! ?!, <>tti-r\is.. the allegations; For County CommissionerFifth i For Constable extra tall men.
therein will" W taken a* e"nlec.ed.This ]. District First District These selections
begins to operate on Mount Palomar some- the back of a woman as saying that the order i.- l<. IM published once new or* 0"
a wk for four consecutive weeksin '" WILLIAM G., CURRYFor BERNARD H. WAITE values youll want to see, want to buy.
time next year it is hoped that the pictures "results are remarkable." The Key \\.,. (Citizen a newspaper -

: will disclose something definite about the Certainly, if John Braund, who has U.est published Florida. In the Citof Key County CommissionerFifth i I For Constable Come in' or phone to av. f,
PONE: ;!; \M ORPRRGn this 17th i
surface of Mara.Minorities. been treating for fifty has District I Second District I
cancer years, day of March. A. U. IUS._ .
developed method of treatment which ;
a (SK\I> (Herk or the Circuit Court _
can give you many reasons will relieve sufferers, the people of the Monroe' <*unly* FIorMaII :
: (s O Anne t I.onI:1I'nr'b.I /: County CommissionerFifth Constable
why majorities should be nice to .mi world would be interested in knowing pllt) Clerk CORNER of SIMONTON Phone 1560

norities. about it. Solicitor for I'lalntiff ,. JOE JOHNSON CHARLES G. PAPY _.._-_ -_..__.. II
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(.:'xitnts April 9th; SOUTHERNMOST

April 9, has been set as the.:
date for the next scholarship examination -.. ,
to be''held in the Key.West .' f .

High School, White street..
Miss Marian Vories General Supervisor -.I,I P X99 PHARMACY Inc.PHONE
in charge of the ex:.min- ,
ation. J -
Scholarships available are:' Duval and Fleming Si*. PRESCRIPTION, DRUGGISTS Key West, "Iori; .
;One place for Junior or Senior
boy, white or negro. Senatorial FREE DELIVERY SERYICEVisit
Scholarship; one place for Junior, ; :
senior or graduate for boys; one /
place for junior, senior or graduate ' .;A2 ,
for girls both for white or; 0' -
negro and house scholarship; two ,2-.;
Lewis Scholarship vacancies ex- .
ist; one"place for freshmanYwhite \
only; one for junior, white only.;y NURSERY
All Interested persons please : % f /
t apply to the office of the county. .8 A BY. -
Juptrintendent, cecond floor.
house, for application .
ounty blanks.court. I :;; Ik- SCALES

" I t' .I rOT)'

i The Weather : ( \\rl Department .B ,,,.
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Key West and Vicinity- .,
Mostly cloudy wiUi scattered 'c-:5 I'
showers and thunderstorms this .
afternoon tonight and early Friday Ci' 7 ) \ $595

morning. Clearing Friday J JAfternoon l .. . Ji ..f .(' ..
and night Continued -A.. "' ; .,.
t \ Ajt
humid today and i :: i'4 -
cooler tonight slightly ( \. "- .. """ ) . =S' "
Friday aftPrnoon :and > : ..
night. Fresh southerly winds tbecoming t ;A:. ,, : tJt; ?} ._,
westerly tonight and ( '
{ l .< : .
Friday. r .; : > >j
Florida: Partly cloudy south I;
portion, cloudy with scattered
showers and thunderstorms north

change portion in through temperature.East Friday.. Little f WEST BEND nRE\KAULE KAZ

Gulf of Mexico through
the Florida Straits: Fresh southerly PICTURE
winds today becoming mod- All Aluminum ELECTRICSTERILIZER
erate southeast to south winds
tonight then increasing to fresh I
moderately strong again Fri- RECORDS
.!ay. Mostly cloudy scattered| I I VAPORIZERfor
(towers and thunderstorms ex-
me north portion otherwise Children Automatic Shut-off
.hrtly cloudy through Friday. ONLY I'lii 1.0,... lltillle of Iiiliulcnl
t Jacksonville to Apalachicola
'lo small craft or storm warningsLpla I 3 KrronU $1 05 S2.8S Value

istrict.>ed other than Key West t $4.95. > Tat' . A $250

Report Tax Included FOR. .

W Fla.. April 1. 1&43 .e' .
Observation taken at City Office.
-g3' 8:30 A.M., EST)
r* Temperature t BABY
jfighest esterday., 85Xx RUBBER :
>west last night 73 .

Normal Mr an - -. 82 74 J I TR ER

l Precipitation SHEETING
Tut.l last 24 hours .00 ins. PLASTIC ISO A P
Total this month .00 ins.
Departure this month --06 ms.
Tutsi this year 3.08 ins. IlouhlrCoalotl $198 PKIC.E 3 Cakt- $ 00
Departure this year -1.71 in*. 75C }
Relative Humidity I O.NLY: in nux . .
at 8:30 A.M.
: 74'. I
e .
Barometer .
(Sea Level) 8:30 A.M.
,. 29.87 ins.-1011.5 J. & J.
Tomorrow's Almanac
Sunset 6:44 p.m. .
M >ririse 2:16 a.m
MiK4U 12:53 p.m. BRUSHES
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w Tomorrow II
(Naval Base) LOllI! 6Cc Karli 25 50c $100 .
(Eastern Standard Time) III'I ,
High Low La;>I in; . Onll. .
6:09 a..m. 9:50 a.m.c .
c: .
4:32 p.m.iADDITJOHAL e I I. .
Reference Station: Key West MOTHER HUBBARDBABY
i Time of|Height ol TRAVLKITCHENtitu
':: tatIoTide high water HOT WATER
Hihia.' Honda
ridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft.
I4t> Name Key .\ t'uml
draat end) +2h 20m BOTTLE $189 $295
I >ca Chica,
Point)-Oh 40m

iandY endt2h 10m +1.4 ftoOo

(-)-Minus sign: Corrections I S100OGURNTKED
to be subtracted. j BRAND INSECT SPRAYS
(+)-Plus sign: Corrections to. INGRAM
be added. I SCHICK 50' <
Gulf Spray 35e35c
(m-Minute. 1 DDT Powder I
1Brief I Ih! sl50

Items Of i I ..".G.. .. 5..

Interest To Women\, RAZOR ozo 1'Wo.tJp 5 O c- ALARM
Cleaner -
t PLUS Bowl .: ::::
Dried bed may be torn into I .
mall pieces, sauteed in butter or j 10 Blades 30c Womler SprayBUCliOMBS 75 CLOCK
margarine and then added to at
sauce made of condensed mush- and
room soup and milk. Served. on I, COLGATE'SRAPIDSHAVING Ozo Waste PipeOpener ..
it makesan
toast IIr in a noodle ring I I'rieelCREAM
excellent luncheon di:>h. I Resihigltouse

delectable coupled 50 C $298 at
Bananas are I
All for
with canned diced pine lpple. The OnlyQQc _
pineapple juice will prevent I
them from turning Water Softener ilriIKelurt $395
Orange segments that are
membrane are good added bw\.n'l 25c $18a
combination too.

Snapbeans may be Lowest Price Pack 69c
LY cutting them into t 'frencht'd"1 An\uliere
slivers then
across in uniform l !r.4.ral Tax Kxtra.

lit Utiount.i.ble-they they are of cooke boiling may be-water in dressed as as small PS-I, P'WrE Everything In The Drug Line PHONE 199PRESCR1PTIONS

and a
butter kling of or onion margarine salt. CALLED FOR ami DELIVERED|



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Chapter 18cleared sloes the old'man :Is just a nuisance tune a bill for twice the real'cost RATE r. mBLAIKFACE R.ct'L'R ... P.l.Y"E%T.!
around the Tt PE Payment for classified advertfe.
nursery. -then split the graft fifty-fifty
j.ORTUNE out of here
.F Framingham told "You need"the education of- a with him. I wouldn't play ball on Advertisements under this head meats rKulr is a"vertlrsIU.invariably advance. bat.
as soon as i.dgetslas
; good wife to knock those'naive that basis. will be Inserted In The Citizen at
may their
..him .,he was througlu. "Harold the rate of 2o word fur each -D..S adurt'Pt.-
notions out ,of '' charredPIBL1CATIO
Moore told Eddie Gale and Carolyn head.. your. bachelor' 1 should say not! Carolyn but tbe minimum charge f.,r *
as they walked into his ofLs .4 t, answered loudly. "But where can I the first 15 word* or less is ;OC. To insure publication DEADLINE A
See at the zoo. He pointed toFortune's that a suggestionorproyou get meat for the animals' The rate for fclarfcfarv tfff 1- Itword a be la The Citizen office copy befvr saga
..I' desk, its draw posal : / J' The nearest dealer is 75 miles and the minimum charge for o'clock in the tnorninr of the vR a
t. ? "It's' ". the first 15 words Is 45c.:
a suggestion, sbe repliedevasively I of pUblic.UioD.11 r
I've the order but
ehaJ.fopen. and empty.. The away; placed ,
trouble all the bills ,dding with a grin: A he can't deliver until tomorrow. 1
IScise.thhi. suggestion that you stick to these I .
and can't send any of the keepers \.
pictures; weve got to get this wUh the,animate in such an ugly \ advertising is accepted under the following '.'vnditiung: la .4b
'"How can you operate the zoo event of error in ad".rth.tng.
stuff to the .papers tomorrow. transient! or contract. The CUbeD wilHK
without themCarol.n asked mQWOerld be too danger-. responsible unly fur tbe first insertion in t'Ia.sified .
"Business always business! owt:1 '" t4erll laK. and fa
Ul l %d.enliMC for
y only the actual
; amount c-f
anxiously. he space occupied trufca
muttered.with' :a comic display "Have you got a truck?" part vt the advertisement where the error occurs. .
"I know how much it should of Impatience .
cost.,,figuring the kinds and D1lII'7Foiune'.s atiit for renstatetIrive"Sure t't-he but insurance there's nobody is no good to . . . . .. . . . . . . PB i .

her of animals from past experi !ment is the only one rm thinking Unless it's driven by a zoo em- HELP WANTED-FEMALE i FOR SALE-REAL
ence the zoo director said. "But about sow, she said. "Maybe you ployee. Framingham gave a very r
there's no telling what to expect- better put th'afsiuT of yours back positive order on that. (
the way Fortune handled things!" in the cedar .chest. "Have you called him?". Carolyn Stenographer permanent resident : For any kind of property in.1tq
}He looked decidedly worried. yelled against the din. Must take dictation. West be it home, hotels, motels
':The worst of it is, rye supU NDISCOURAGD by her "Out of town!" Moore hol- Starting salary $135 with auto- or business locations cosSast
learned there's only a day's jaunty rebuffs,Eddie returned lered. .I' matic raises. Phone 491 for Paul Boysen 626 Fleming St
ply of meat in the refrigeratorroom to tbe 'lion, ,
sea assignment reflecting "Then give me the keys to that appointment mar30-3t Phone 153. mari1tzPro
happily .that as, long as she truck-I'm about to carry the :
"Do you know who he bought bothered to answer him, the cause meatball to Garcia Carolyn owAers.' '
the meat from?" Gale asked.was not lost yelled. POSITION WANTED I We have >iSi
"Sure-Harcus and Smith I When Carolyn returned to the Moore protested briefly, then he mediate buyers for Key West
guess they're the only company zoo at noon the next day, she handed her the keys with a broad Business girl with ten years business properties. Income r
in Lakeport that handles horsemeat found the effects of Fortune's suit brin. perience in bookkeeping, eX-I" vacant lots. Preferably Duvalor
I tried to get an estimate more drastic than she had antici Carolyn climbed: into the panel ical work and dress sales, Fleming. Also listings of other .
on the cost by phone but they pated. She opened the door of the delivery truck similar to one she like part-time job. Box properties there or one
I'll have to to their office main animal building to be greet had driven for the Lakeport Red
say come I various
Citizen Office. Keys
mar30-3txl !
ed with X.
for it" a ringing bedlam of roars Cross on hospital welfare errands I
*" growls an: marls! and whirled out of the zoo'driven't B. Emerson. Broker. Speciitt?-
that sound fishy to "What. Heaven's name has way in a showec of cinders. On I WANTED} TO RENT i ing Fla. Keys since 1923. *-
you*"Not? Gale necessarily inquired with. Moore a frown.said happened?" .Carolyn wondered. the open highway, she kept her Emerson Realty, 235 N. E. l!!h
The whole menagerie sounds like foot treading heavily on the accelerator St., Miami. Phone 32211. >
slowly. "I'll be able to tell after 2 or 3 bedroom apartment
it's gone mad! Despite the evi- while the or j
:;t. I've "talked to them this afterdent fact that all the animals were bounced over the bumpy light truck con "I goose furnished or partly I(| marSSietxJ

noon. safely in ,their cages, Carolyn crete. It was 2 p.m. when she furnished by Naval Officer, {J FOR RENT R
Eddie picked up his camera trembled as she walked past a reached the meat dealer's office wife and six-}'ear-old daughter. : (
box. waved casually to Moore and gauntlet of fearsome growls and and watched while four men I Have shore duty. Phone ,
walked toward the sea lion pool savage sounds hastening to loaded the heavy cuts of horsemeat 790, Ext. 310. aprl-3tx : Office space in the heart t>f down
with Carolyn to make pictures for Moore's office. into the truck. A half-hour J i[ town Key West available April
a'feature on the lively aquatic She closed :the heavy door be later she raced back to Lakeport I| I lt for long or short term lease
family. hind her, ..but. the noise of the with the accelerator pressed tight WANTED- TO BUY i Six large airy rooms ranging
"Now there's a real husband animalsdro'A'ned, out her greet- against the floor; the loaded truck I in size from 18 x 16' to
and father" Eddie remarked as ing to the zoo'din-ctor. ballasted by the meat cargo held Wanted to buy Pick-Up Truck. I 18
he focussed his camera on the -They haven't been fed!", the the road unwaveringly. 1940-42. Call 235-R. aprl-3tx for individualspace
sfeek-coated bull sea lion baskdirector shouted to make himself She pulled to a quick stop outside I I or suite of offices. Ideal
ing on a concrete slab in the sun- audible. "I couldn't get any meat Moore's office at a few min Wanted to buy 1940-1942 Ford for almost any professional
shine while the cow and two calves for the big cats yesterday andthey're utes after 4 o'clock, noting as shca'orted or Chevrolet.:Call 235-R. service. Plastered high ..t0ings $
in the water. "Look at going wild. ran inside that the animals were ) walk:, always light csbl
the way he supervises the family "What happened to Harcus and making a more deafening uproar apr3bF.OB. and comfortable.
activities." Smith" Carolyn yelled backthan before. She I CorgpltWy
**A typical male if you ask me," "Couldn't make -a deal They speak, failed and then scribbled .SALE-USED CARS decorated. Move right in. Cota-
Carolyn retorted. "He lolls around wanted .a kick-back." on a slip of paperwpile I plete facilities, including loin's
the little"woman teaches the "A what?" Carolyn asked, The meat's outsIdeit read. .Ml Master de luxe Chevrolet and women's; washroqbis,. 11-
kids to swim. straining .to hear. "But I've shouted myself speech'Somebody's I I Phone 395-M. 9267 or write P.O. Sox 53r.aprL.!
.; got to uphold the "A kickback!", he shouted less!" mar30-3lx )o_
family dignity." he bantered. "Be- again. "They always gave For (T* be cnUaaed) I -';
1940 Chevrolet. $650. Paul's Tire
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Shop. mar3I-3tx apartment and tvo-:

"SCOUTING SPECIAL" 'i! Servicemen FOR SALE furnished.bedroom cottage. All ,modern attractively con;

!, veniences. Phone 1l8 -n:

t Entertained Universal electric ironer, w ih- mar31-:&

I :: : / PROGRAM PLANNEDFOR ing machine. Cheap. 2313
Groups ot servicemen and junior Patterson. aorl-tf Newly furnished upstairs .t0-
-, ::hosts.>se$ played games at bedroom flat. Electric stove,
NCCS last .aight under the leadership Motorola auto radios to fit all cars electric Frigidaire hot tfater.
NEXT 1 TUESDAY of rtUda Castillo and JoeKavJ&nan from,$42.50 up. Completely in- utilities water etc.;, all furaished. -

: _ Burtfo :Bat the Bal- stalled. Bridge Radio. 650 NW, Tile bathroom. file
17IJ,.. F.iii ter" were 5th St., Miami. mar21-lmo|, kitchen Must have first i..a'
Appoint "Dclaney? S"t"e.1t'.i'.t4 won by Pfc. Richard Cizek. Marcel last month rent in- .advafcM
I r I Lamon and Anthony Ve- WKrtc: outside paint. white enamel Apply after 7 p.m. 1588 Sera-

'::;::': ..j8i treoo is.i In WILL YQb SMILE? l lucci. $%.15 per gal.; lacquers, clear nary- Street. mar3k6J4:
Other participants were Henry ant colors. $3.25: and $4.15 per I
f Program A* Speaker, Quite A Wonder Wheeler. Robert Anderson Birdie gal. Florida tested roof coating. Small 1-bedroom cottage; ..ftishcd.
. I: I Lou Howe. Harold Paul Edith 75c per gal. Doherty & Co. 846 April 1st to Nov. .hi.

j AnilYth itLAttlcr* I Knuck Kenneth Persmger. Roger Olivia, cor. Packer. Phone 1597.mar25tf. $75.00 a mo. Apply 1209.Di_
; I I IItadore I,I "What kind of. a watch have Labcrge Cox. Betty Goring P -t. ion St, upper rear. Ph.-lsa5! -M
Wemtraub.; District you got?" :: r Louis Grieshop. Ji.. Netta Val- aprlitsFOR

Chairman of the Monro/ Di tri t I!I "A wonder watch." I dcz John Dunn. Rodney Hodges Plumbing supplies completestock.

Boj; Scout committee, announced !'j" Wonder"watch? Never heard I Joe Pappillo and Bill Smith. Plastic tile, paints and RENT-APARTMENTS

today.that plans for thV District 1 1parents' !fof; that bcforc'y I brushes. Murray's Plumbing,
; furnished
program; to be held at'i I 1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami. apartment hot
Catholic Hall. Duval and Division j|j, "Well it's like this. Every Fla. Phone 7-3421 aprl-tf water. Adults only. First alit

streets next Tuesday evening, j I time I look at -it I wonder what !i -Z'i..tM i last months'rent payable; in

have been completed <>nd invitations time it is." I Double corner lot 100 x 100 or advance. Write Box F-J9. 'rIo

have been giverf to all religious inside lot 50 x 100. near Casa Citizen Office. mar3h6-d.

civic, and fraternal organizations I parents. Boy Scouts and of all i Marina. Washington and Wit .
to attend. : I I boys of ages 9-17 be present M> ; Three-Pound. Nine-Ounce Girl liam, Phone 123-W. Owner. FOR RENT-ROOMS

The' meeting will begin at 8 that they may see how they can A three pound. nine ounce mar30-3tx
p. m. ; I I help Sl.'Curcout training for daughter was born in the U S Light housekeeping moms, $lO t$

The program which will be in1' their boy. in their own church or Naval Hospital to MIs. Joyce M.Berraducci. 440-ft oceanfront Stock Island $15 per week. 411 William St

the* form imaginary train'trip' j I organization. Many boys arc wife of John A. Bcr- Ready for cabins, hotel rest mar2-28tx
throughBoyhood: will be nqt able to: be Cub Scouts Boy : raducci Fl. special ,,,'caporwSl'hooL dence. Bargain. Write BoxW.A.IL
tailed. the "Scouting: : Special" Scouts ana Sea Scouts because Section Base. The baby Citizen. aprl-tf Have large. cool room with pl5 v-
and will include colored. slides 'o( Already full Units and Lick of II. has been named Vicki Rae. I I ate entrance available for gentleman -
'aittl. commentary and *a specialsouhd more interested adults at $8.00 weekly. Uce
I : helping; in i j I 1 metal 3-door ice box. water
movie of intercut' to everyone I the Scouting program in their j;i Son to Sawyers compartment. with spigot. 1122 of electric range and refrigerator
who is interested iy bqys. own cuhixh.: for light housekeeping can
j 4Mr. Saw'er.9c.5. I Stump Lane. mar30-3tx
I 07 and Mfs. henry F. i
This ihaugural "trig" pf the"Scouting Over 1 ..OOOOOOmcrican boys i be arranged if desired. Pnoae
Seinc'nbcrg avenue, annJrue
Special' plan to .how have alrpady heen Scout trained r- 537. mar30-3tx
A Lind
spool bed innerspring
I the birth of a urn. weighing -
in' a very interesting and educational -+ and 6,000 boy and men are now mattress and box .'
six pounds. ;ix at springs
way the simple steps in active in the South Florida area Like Phone 1308.M Why not live at the EI Racchv
1:50 a m. today in MunicipalHospital. new. or
providing; the opportunity for at the present time call 36-1 Poinciana. :Motel Beautiful airy rooms
hundreds of our Mom we County I I Fred C. Frohock has appoint- mai312lxEvinrude upstairs and downstairs. Beau-
boys to experience the outdoorprogram 'ed J. Glenwood Sweeting. Jack tv-Kest beds, carpeted floors.

and be Scout trained j Delancy. and J. A Boza to as: .i >t ;. WILL lot iMILE? outboard and new 1 2', private bath. A lovely plate to
cif i7ens in the program as speakers and live. Weekly summer rates.
I skiff, 13500. Phone 1198R.mar30aprl23U. !
_Jt is especially requested that activity leaders. Hardest $12.50 per person double. S3Kanvho
- Motel, S2t) Division

WALL STREET PICKET GOESOCAL It was a tavern where a newJyarnved i 14 h.p. outboard motor. Elgin cor.. Margaret. uaar -3tx

commercial traveler was brand new. $35.00.; Phone I
holding fm tho "I'll bet anyone 593-x.. aprl-2tx I Newly furnished: rooms, hot and
E five dollars" he said "that I have I cold running water. Froai

got the hardest name of an>'one Brand new Kohler & Campool 1 $10.00. Duffj's. Tavern
in this loom" I mar30- .%
with bench. Sac
spinet piano -
An old farmer in the background I rificc. Apply after p.m. 1503 ,
shitted his feet to warmerpart i Seminary Street. mar31btxOne i Room with private bath tint

ot the lender. -- - ,. --- i bed* Apply 1306 Division Stxuat3laa
Ye will will ye?" he draw 1- wheel trailer; steel framecanvas ; -

ed Well. I'll take je on. Ill bet : top. Baby carriage, new.: ,
ye ten again \'our"rive that m y .1 condition. Bottle sterilizer I
name II beat ours." ('heap.o'. E. Wheeler i.36 ;. MISCELLANEOUSsad
"Done" cried the commercial ,! United. aprltest x \
traveler "I've got the hard fans repaired. O'Briant Phcre

name m the country. It u stone" ]Property at 1300 Von I 1164,M. aprl-tf
The old man took a chew of his :: Street. Apply 1118 Whit'r
tobacco "Mine." he .;aid s'I'! Street. aprlbtxI For guaranteed plumbing and it-

s t.Y56' Harder." { pairs. Free estimate. Call
+; I I l\loturcn'le. 7000 miles. Cheap John Curry, 512 Margaret St.

From 1< 09 to 1941. American 'i Whitchcad street Phone 781. aprMlSpecialist

expcndituie for housing declined ;i ..prl4txI +
ttWI i from about one-fourth of all cur I I Ij in washing machine
,-umption expenditure to ab)ut I OLD CHINA repaii-s all makes. Whit
('-.'Ixth. I Bric-A-Brac. modern dinner ct. wringer lhThe : Traders

1i___ i I some furniture.. hanging: lamp.. Phone 1431 130 1.JuSt..
/ During the U. S. depressionthe of Wheeler Gallery Greene and iprl-t

30s illni-s>ei. lading seven Duval. mar31-3tx
days or more oc-curic-d at a rate: I), Dre uaa killS. Specialize in boy,,'
T III about one and one-half times 1 San icy-cIe. Reasonable. 42.E and ;irb' clothing. Alleration-
that among well-to-do families.f'ln I Naval Seaplane Base. Montzelfe'sDress Shoppc. 518
I I1' I mar31-2tx Fleming St uiar1-: tz
',\ 'u"ph, .t... : tons of coal are needed to '

A, PICKET (right) expresses his feelings with histronic effects ; make a ton of steel. I' Household furniture. Twin c arFOUND

to an unidentified man (left) crossing the picket line in front : riage. 45-1 Poinciana. Phone
of the.New York Stock Exchange building. Members of United : FOR SALE I I 11 S 1-11. mar31-6U Bicycle. Owner may acquire

Financial Employes Local 205 (AFL) are on strike against the came upon positive proof of.
... c'llvctors'accumulation stamps Harley Davidson motorcycle. ownership and of advertising -
h t.Stvek, Excfaanf.. tt Ncw York Curb j payment
> Exchange and .
'ill uftt .', se.rsisifltuilwr i Bind cwv rs.' $;;0. Phone IStftMV.aprl, I good condition. $:-10.00. 1308 costi. 1212 Vocals St

-_ _ __ _ Itx Elizabeth Stn et. mar31-6tx Aftt:. :"J p.::. dptI 1-3t-

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{ 'i BRave. Party For L ,. '"-'r'/,,-r.. _.;,.;',ili{ !:i: : >,V;.'?....,,-":..... :... > 1'-' .L .. ', ; Vp Artificially J Low Interest Kalel i Boomerang) {f Suited Him .'. 0 : 1 "- OJ i

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Visiting 'I : t;; f I 'That Mr. Cickle! is too much I 1 i Youth-Isn't she a beauty "1
r Group : < Br CHARLES MOLONY {of a flatterer." Friend-She has mere' beauty I
I ,.:. 1!<., ';# "..,,':. AP Niwsfratures J "Did he say you were tiandEume than knowledge, my dear boy. \ I
Members of the Key West Yacht' :. : ' I "'WASHINGTON.: The ?"
government owes so much Ii
i ": ?;; money
'Club will entertain the participants o r ... ,4 . about three fifths of all that is owed in this country that it ha3!i "No. lie said you were." ,1 i

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in the St Petersburg-Ha-!i ' .to pay, $; year in interest. I
\-ana yacht rats: at the Sun and |t < It would'pay.more,than that if the 12 Federal Reserve banks: banks to hold down government;

Sand Club' Saturday afternoon. i.i .yreren't: holding its.hi.terest. costs down artificially by keeping' interest interest rates rates. and thereby other .
The race was held Tuesday. j <- ,\ ii the prices of Jts bond.-artificially high.
The yachtsmen are remaining in j i ;':' \ These bonds are the: ones bqught and sold on markets in'|: They say making it cheap to r .
Havana through tomorrow and !! New York and":elsewliere iust*, i borrow promotes borrowing and
therefore adds to inflation,
then are planning to come to Key 1 1West re-
C"A as corporation itocks: are. ;: flected in which the
the following day. Maj. i ,. because it doesn't have that much I high prices f
i They are; ni t eavlAgs.:;.bo ds.
I it is combatingin
Gen James Jones who is a mem 'iI which are inia-.different class. surplus cash. government says
bet of the Key West Yacht Club. '!I I iI The ownerS'of these'cannot sell It can however borrow the i other ways. I| t ta ti
is now in Havana arranging the I'j iI them to other' the $100 needed to pay off your bond 'I They take the position that one
c : and
se persons
of the best tried and true
t *, Jooaf'4rip. o, r ". 'j I ir prices at which they can be cash- by issuing another bond. But if ways
of stopping inflation is to cut
The Key West Yacht Club on edinto the government arc old bonds paying $2.90 interest: :
Garrison',Bight is being moved fixed and unvarying. were selling at $90. the government down borrowing:: by letting; it be-
so;the Sun and Sand Club is being would have to pay higher: come more costly.;
r -- The
reserve banks keep the
The Federal Reserve Systemand
interest its bonds
utilized for the party. on new -about !
market bond prices: at bet- administration, however
I par or $2.66-to sell them for $100 each i the
I : ter by buying the bonds themselves As long a:3 the Federal Re- say that interest on the $253-;
Winners OfOutboard t I : if no one else will buy serve banks buy the bonds for OOO.OOO.OOO debt already accounts ,
them at the ".support price levels $100 or slightly more that doesn't for 13 cents of each dollar the '
fixed by the banks. government: spends and thai paying -
happen. The interest rate :stays
Boat To show what that has to do at 2 1-2 more would increase the tax ,,
and the :
CAP \\!n-pbuttf:5': percent govern- ; a6aezi
with interest rates let's take the burden. i'
mcnt's interest
THE WINDJAMMER II (left) rides at anchor in the harbor at Ha'nnaCuba, after winning the case of a $100 face value bond This costs stay: down j

Races Sunday 284-nautical-mile St. Petersburg-Havana' sail ,race. The .76-foot yacht .owned by Garner H.. Tul- Which sells for'$100 and on which One important is that for keeping a lot interest of- '> i;: '

lis of New Orleans completed the rats in corrected tune of 40 hours.40 minutes. 43 seconds. Right: the government pays $2.90 a. year : rates down on government STRAND THEATRE trwt

;/The following were the win- I Crew members relax and gaze at the Havanaskyline.; Left to right: Bob Krysan engineer; Bob in interest. bonds tends to keep interest (Air-Conditioned)
.in the Red Shuford. captain and Jack Miller The yield n that bonds is 2.1-2
tiers Cross benefit navigator. rates low for corporations; I issuing Now Showing"; .
percent! .If toe .of the bond
boat 'races Staged last Sunday at price bonds and for other burrow- ; "MOTHER WORE TIGHTS" with VENETIAN BLINDS I
went down".t6
$90 on the market
the Naval Air Station by members the $2.50 a year interest.would. crs.Some Betty Grable Dan Dailey Venetian blinds lend eacliantmeniand
of the Key West OutboardcJv I SHOWS HER CHARMS[ people think 't is i .
I REGATTAqUEEIV boost the yield above 2 1-2 percent a mi.-- Starting! Sunday cphvtin beauty to yensdndowt
SOFTBALL for $2.50 take for 1he''Federal ReocrvcKnighlsof "ESCAPE ME NEVER" ... .
.Class :A-ls>t heat. Dr. Fred is a bigger per- < r ventilation.
CrbOneli; 2nd heat. Bill Han- cL centage of $90. lhati it is of $100. :, Enrol Flynn Ida Lupino conixol unlight..lD.a1ue privacy.
sot:,.' . GAMESBAYVIKW { The government wouldnft feel
',::1 any immediate.difference <,n.that '
& '
: 'Is: -Ut heat. Jacob Far- I >
2lc\o\ ;; 2nd "heat, Jacob Faraldu.Glass I'AKK'( I .' bond when its prices ttroppejl Pylliias) ( : MONROE THEATRE -

> C-1st heat Bell Bell; I (NIGHT PLAY) from $100 to,$90.. It wuuld, have N?Showing VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY
to keep on paying"$2.50 interesta I
: : ", i The Rank cf beI
Janes j Esquire will "ZEnOBIA" 120 DuvaL Jefferson Hotel Bldg.
I I 1 year and pay $100 Tot the bond 1,
; ; i I TONIGHT : when it fell due ixcaiethat: conferred at the meeting! of Key Oliver Hardy Jean Park r CALL 1042 for Estimate
2ns ; "Julius Tedder; 3rd James I j, .7:15-Aam.: Dairy vs. Kan-i I was its promise \vheq the bond West Lodge to, be held on Friday and Billie Burke ,
Hanson. i i j ji evening at 8 o'clock. I'
I burs Men's Shop. was issued. r .
Class E.-ht heat 1st Boblkgrdt I( I --
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; 2nd,, Jerry Santano; 2nd 1 j I :9:00: -NAS vs. liob's SportShop ; tro I But whcrt the bondfelt .du -, Viiiiing Knights invited -

.J: at,1: 1$,. Bob Ikerd; 2nd Jerry !j I !i things '.would be different." ThebO''lTDlJ1t"nt J. WINFIELD RUSSELL. t i i !'
Str la19: FRIDAY7:15V.fW- -. I ittn't pay .alb $117-! l.r \'Sun and Storm
000,000.000 worth of its rearVet-:) Secretary.
rL I'I : vs.: NAS. I j able bonds off with cash on hand .,.,\\ ALL METALAWNINGS
9.00( -Key West: Merchants vs - '
lO Knows? r t

$: What'is the eal th's speed asii5 Ii; I', i!
uriieys\ around the sun? I Do You Know(' Thai' AUTOMOBILEWe Drug: 'Whrn OI'EN-I,9. A Distinctive .1'nillW '

,;::.flow old is the earth !belied I t I TONIC Store ''I""n CLOSED-If'. d Perfect Storm Shutter

to be' ? I I I followed 1 by 24 ciphers is ai leiss..repeaNer r.etdrsp fill all prescriptions when CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET METAL
J3.What: : i is the authorized !'t qualdrillion. I I nl wee d. Is..tael.! rTG&RDNER'S your old car starts giving you i GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST OR ROT
:strength- the armed forces I tfl L&j kMl. trouble. I I Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice of Colors.
:'What states make up the I SSIIse \ Monogram or Design
: The nists of small I grains, esI .' We carry a complete line of .
tl. to Model Demonstration
TJSolid Simple Operate
:" South I i I pccially three!' of oats and ,vhcare !\. I wrr'f 1 IS Brake Parts.Ignition.Gas Fittings. on :
)i.-Whendid the World War II !,! among the must destructive!of ems w iyti Spark Plugs. Fan Belts. t Installed T I?1 !?FHARR' TermO.S. 64 GREENE ST.
drifU law.:expire plant by LLjUl PHONE 4
I I I diseases. AT YOUR SERVICE .
11; 'Which is the largest; of!the I I DAY OR NIGHT I Phone for FREE Estimate
ElU.:nations? I w
?. Who built the Panama 1, The native Australians used to I r i PHOISE 1I7JJ: t -
have .an annual drive from'their ,
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V of India? . I past year's dead.J:. \ ... PHONE 177 . FREE DELIVERY t 1302 BERTHA STREET _

,'Which member of the Cabinet I ,1 i':.,:.f. ....... .. (u' 1Yireppory).
i will resign to run for the 70: of the Albanians in. Albania '- J BET- ;Y'JtTxL'' Jr charms her -- i
}J\4isglaps that wqa .election as /
VL'S' "Senate? I I are Moslems. tpiepsiofete.aopa; >,.Bisc riae'Bay. Yacht Regatta to. be held in ALLSEA/ES I
'10.) Who i; Dr. Jan Papanek? .
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.1 i of nerves and muscles "
used in seeing.In r'c'att os U 'j1 i i'tj ;' .' Helpful Man's\ ,- SHOP ''iI
1. IS<: and one-half miles per' .., :
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S 'tOnd. I days when scientists will-use) : Owned and Edna Miller and Mary Caraballo I J \,: :f/ I
*2.,About 3.000.000,000 years old directly the energy "f solar r 3. 1.732,999 men. I' diation .- t)
the hot Sahara desert 1i 1iI' ';' I Dresses Accessories I
4.' N. Millinery I _
Va.; C.: S. C.: Tcnn.; I could'support i
Ga.; Fla; Ala; Miss; La.; Ark.; I -a vast population. .' NEW' s ELHJ: ,Indi .-(AP).- PONTIAC. Mich. While !., ,.. -, ,-,.,"... - .. i.

and Texas j The belief that apes rcaliy can I India hasthe largest cattle population ; I watching her husband help a 417 DUVAL STREET. Opposite La Concha Hotel ,.. ,. ,"'-'''-,.. ,_.. r_'-"- ..
5. March 31. 1947. I'( speak but do not lest they be ol-"ihc'- woi4'; but is in.stranded motorist turn his car .. I; ..
6. Turkey ((296,500 sq. mi.) j made to work is firmly believed short 'supply jof bullocks and around Mrs. Mary C. McDonald ooOooRuniuntlc
7. Gen. Geo. W. Goethels I in West Africa. I .'
:Jawaharlal; Nehru. I milk.. India's cattle- suffer like her j 55. Fcrndale, was struck and !
killed by another automobile. Spring JI.
9. Clinton P. Anderson, Secretary -j Heart diseases occur from infancy i population from food shortageand I i : : We Are RushingKANTOR'S :

of Agriculture. s to life's end, and most most of them are walking U. S. Pacific Coast states gained I' ; f.
]0. Ousted chief Czechoslovakia often amoung the elderly. rr v
skeletons. 1
II about 3.892.000 people between I. EoMAL f x : to
to the U. N. .
Prcsurc on land is heavy and 1940 and 1947. about one-third of I I.
Radium occurs in the presence there is keen competition between the increase for the whole nation. ; : \1 { I.

Egyptians of antiquity used 1 of uranium, which itself never man and animal There is i .I : ..,...., .- '
eye shade,.rouge and. nail... polish occurs. without radium. no scientific breeding and worthless -'I To be called a timber a piece of as spring -, !
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research into biology neurology and other sub .
behavior and Carl Walden II 1"eC" Selection Women's Play SJf'SIre Arrived I. i MENS i
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Ed "When Iff Nw and Stylish You Can Usually Find It Here!! e KANTOR'S
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"Pl :SIX1 THE KEY'WEST"CITIZEN. . ._ . __. __, THURSDAY,.APRIL 1,-1&4BKey .
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_..._._..__I__ mD,I :HELD FOR KILLING Ijaps Turn OnFormer I WILL YOU. SMILE f' r H- : : : ._: _i- -" -- - -- __r II .

I West In" ,, I Hero!I Only Sparring; :

., Days Gone ByAS ).-Ant -militarism -J.J.TOKYO.1AP i"l Judge A few minutes ago I FAUSTO' SI ,
''you' swore that you were only
TAKEN FROM FILES OF in this nation which once;:parting with the plaintiff and I
THE CITIZEN OF ..1 bristled with militarism takes the:that was. what'injured.Mnft.I Now
darnedest forms.
APRIL 1. 1933 I I we have proved that you struck
Kyodo News Agency said officials -I,I him over.the. head with a.blunt . .
.of Kagawa prefecture refuse ! , .
hey ,
Six hundrde cars passed over 'instrument. Whr did you .
even to sit in a chair once
Prisoner I the '
was telling
Highway bridges
, owned by Gen. Maresuke Nogi'I I exact truth YOtl..10nor; it was a ; .
daily H E. Day auditor for tile t "
t and it has) to be moved out to I hit him with. lt I -
.piece of spar I
Overseas Road and Toll Bridge : : Grocery
the reception room. I ;
District, announced .
today. ; r
,.. .1. Gen. Nogi won his fame in the aa aaaaaa's' -
Russo-Japanese war. STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE ,
Scouts Billy Whitehead Paul 1 .
*, Herrick, Jr.. and Richard Noyes In Roman times, bodies placrd TRIUMPH f ST. Simonton.r. Street TELEPHONE 48
will;receive their Tenderfoot, on the funeral pyre were wrapped COFFEE ( .;FLEMING at .
Badges at a meeting tonight of asbestos cloth to MILL ,
in preservethe
Troop 52, Boy Scouts of Amerl f! .' ,,- :"" ,' z,;hes. i. BBMMMHHMHaB We Reserve the Right to Limit Qttajitoties Op At Advertised Items i iLibby's
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Improvements at the Key West' +< .--.;I The rose apple tree has fruit All Grocers I
lighthouse depot are to be made i that tastes like peaches. .. ataaaaOas>< I Assorted BABY FOOD 12 Jars 98c S SJUhtijVniL
. a-cost of $9,600 according to a: ':.,, '; >
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Special dispatch from Washington ". '. ---------- --- .
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published'm The Citizen to-I ;:. TELEPHONE 411 .. '
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day. I ; N. Knowles. Prop .
EDWARD SANT. 2S-year-old 533 William Street at,th Corner of I 1. ; ED 11 I,_.OZ. JAR_ LibbX':'a.CJUStIED.> ) NO. 2 CAN
ti' Stephen C. Singleton executive graye digger is shown in jailat SOUTHARD STREET
secretary of the Key West Clovis. New MexM shortly ifcqbbj'
Chamber of Commerce said before officers headed him back i 11 f Here you will find the food that go to make your VEGETABLES( .PU"EAPPLE 32c
F. r .
that though this is only the sec- toward Jackson. Miss. on OIKS. meals a success.THEY ARE THE BEST QUALITYat .
ond day since the Overseas I with trend of the market.
charge that he killed Catherine the LOWEST PRICES.consistent:
bridges were open to regular Rossi Police said he admitted r '' DEJ BROWN' .. 17 .O2LJAR18c; Libby i >b.GMErnU'T! . .. .
traffic, several hundred, visitors the 22-year-old girl was : GROCERIES and MEATS
have registered in the chamber's ; N02
beaten to death with a blackjack BEANS. JUICE 17
office. . ? CANS (
i- near Jackson on Julv 4. : FRUITS and VEGETABLES M. :
I.) 1946. because she resisted his II
in Adrian The Citizen O' in expresseshis a letter!: advances. I TABLE GRADE nOSElJALE', : .. .. 'NO.2 CANS Llba'v'OR.U\GE: : .

;"Q ple-asure" over a proposal I California's land is three- I NU 1011' MA.ID I. OLEO ;
Jo postpone the celebration of BEANS..23cJUICE .225c;
the opening of the Overseas. fourths hills and mountainthat i i' '.
Highway until next-December. range from 500 to 14,000 feet .. ., ', '
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Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson,I Roseilalc SWEET Libl; >\VBLCMEIJUICE ) .
.and daughter Joyce Marie, left : }'OII Always Do Better When You Shop at
yesterday for Miami to visit Mrs.Johnson's .. .2.-SS Z 19
.A. S. Cavmess.parents, Mr. and Mrs.. I ARCHER'SI PEAS . ..2 ss 29c . (

.- Mrs. Clem-C. Price who had i ) s NO./'Z CAN Every iiteal 4PIUCOT -

been Ernest steamship returned visiting Meher this Cuba in morning her from Tarpon mother Tampa.Springs on; Mrs.the:,1 .qh I 1 t MARKET I I '8 ETS. 9 15c NECTAR 2>ll't. ',.;,L'Ja 19c I

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i T Miss Mary Sullivan, daughterof r rr iNeooD$ PETE. | PAN .. '. ." 12-OZ..:JARPEANUT J> 5eo TANGERINE; ', : . I
4r., and Mrs. J. B. Sullivan,i r .
was,initiated Saturday in Alpha
Ph Alpha national journalistic Prices! BUTTER 33c JUICE. IPlNT CAN .19c
honorary fraternity, at Wakulla I at Reasonable Every-Day . : . .
Springs, Florida. = : :
i I The public is invited to compare our Quality. and our Prices
f Today The Citizen says in an / with those of Super Markets and Chain Stoics. Comparison Uf CrtnI

editorial"Mar* is paragraph the lord: of creationbut S es will prove you always do better when you shop at ARCHERS! Maxwell' House COFFEE IOtlND 51c
-he is aLo: the only animal f0/ .
thai.needs.a lawyer." . . .
Extra Special!! .
k Matches and cigarettes in oars '

caused 1946! an estimated 14,000 firesin i I WILSON'S TENDER POUND I '- .PRODUCE..; ;. MEAT' i I Iil

; The-people of New York City I HAMS END . > ., 57c V
consume about 1,117,000,000'gal> .' <..J DEPARTMENT : DEPARTMENT '
lons of'water every day. ,_ il 1 j'j'v
Plenty j of GARDEN-FRESH Fruits and Vegetables Shop Here and B* Sure of Quality MeatS

CARLOS Market EGGS .51c ; ,/. 1O; i ,Armour' Banner! "'A."Grade. IIOTATOES -' I ILean I
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; 8a 5 FtEMJWG Corner William STREET Street' PHONE 76 LEAN MEATY POUND I Grade *A* Boneless BEEF t .,5 r II*. 27c POT ROAST. lh.> 59C

We: / Handle Grade ONLY of the 'Best WESTERN MEAT I SPARE RIBS .. 47c I I POT ROAST Ib. 65c ,! YELLOW TEXAS ,-, Meaty LITTLE PIG' -

-.e. BEEF.VEAL e PORK Steaks LOINS Cutlets- ROAST and Chop- CHOPS Fresh Shippf"tI-Drf"i.2 and to 3PoundAverage Drawn POUND ONiONS . 2 lbs.2Sc SPARE RIBS lb. 49c I

Complete Line of BIRDS-EYE Frozen Foods WILSON'S LAKEVIEW POUND bus.
2 29c LAMB ROAST U> 69'AntiourV


i APPLES 6 for 33c SLICED 69c
LINE of QUICK BACON :. 41c Chuck Roast 44c . .


ruoauo- .000.' CUT-UP READY for-the FRYING:. PAN -, i ROAST . 54c OLEO - _ SIc S i . dol.< 25C KRAFTS PARKAY 49c

STOP and SHOP at
I Libby's Grapefruit 46-Oz. I Campbell's 2 No. 2 Cans .

WING LEE'S FOOD I Ic JUICE can 15c I Pork Beans 25c TOMATOES Western END
ih. CHOPS 1
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| Angela Sis.t 9.1 :.1+I i I SUGAR . e 5 POUND BAG 39cTOMATO t-i: _- V __ Delivery Now Available, FarnNIird by B.&B. Delivery Service I

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1 k- .4..', JUICE2cans35c Tomatoes 29c i


4 4' Paste 3 cans 29c JUICE . cMAXWELL

,, Shop Any Day SAVE Ever y Day On Your I' HOUSE-All Grinds POUND I '.

FOOD BILL 0 0 .i .
Wing Lee's Food Center pledges all experience it I I
-all its skill-all its resources to providing) : .
with finest possible foods-. at lowed posi iable coat! C 4 Fancy FRUITS and VEGETABLES- 6 i

RESTAURANT GROCERIES: . Each 15c 10 Ibs. 3Sc Ir I
.*near eats FLEJlI"G C.r..r 0..STREET!... street CRISP-FRESH .. .
Owned and operated., by the FANCY California Green-Top

cur Tit is-:lr AmtttvmHrIlt.. TALR\T. DELICIOUS : TOMATOES 2 lbs.29c Carrots 2 ige.Bns. 29c I II

LUNCHES...I NKKM& DINNERSA :AM and FRUITS.CHOICE CUTS of 4 4'' Phone Orders Accepted for Deli eryARCHER'SSemj NOW Your dealers. . .

. .rr4 Dally frvmM... >. MEATS\' c 'Self Service _
Ctaed all tray "rdar ar NEW
We Cater to Parties.May We Serve You This 4 Grocery CARRIER
Weddings and Banquets Week-Ead With Your :
Table Supplies? .1 "The Store That Serves Yon Besf Every Big li tlle Serves You 12 Delicious Ounces--

Delivery Available, Furnisbed by B. &B. Service 814 Fleming..Street' Telephone 67
Island City. N. Y_Franchued Bottler .Cola Co.of MlJ
Yg 'll-Cola Company. Long :Pepsi Bottling Key West.Phone
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-flparaa. lIII mangy EASTER SERVICE AMID THE TORNADO -WRECKAGE r_ '{lIwith'-their -', ;

,T ha .'Doing I N.C.CS. i DPs'Delight'To : :ih.s i I Ii been "very pleased1' to
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>. that the LR.O. planned
*v at the .... .- !i. I 1021 Dtrral Street . Australia a further 8,744 displaced -
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ARMED SERVICES "" '" ,tr" DEFENSE FORCES 'I II to Australia by June, 194
!'Y.M.C.A. ,< PROGRAM GENEVA. Switzerland.-(AP).
The annual capita U
Jackson: Square Whitehead .' ;; WIIIIIiumml11l61trtw'uiwu/ ! uIsiup1109 mil r i iI 'f-Australia is "delighted" with consumption of fresh fiufls 1
and Southard Streets r'rf 41s1N I THURSDAY .. the first group of former dis- the best five years of the depre

.... ...... .{ ili6NA4ild1AIgINItAnil. ( lfAAH151N1N' 930 A.M. 5:00 PM.-Sewing I>placed persons to reach Austral sion 1930s! was six per cent higer
Thursday Machine, Typewriter Writ-i t as immigrants ;'according to a than in the bert five years c
9:00 P. ing Room, Showers. cable to the'International Refugee the prosperous 1920s.
f. John Pritch- I
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: '? dfandHis.Orchestra.; FRIDAY I,I Organization here, from Ar
,1'' \ ;' Friday 90.: A.M. 5:00: P.M.-Sewhig I thur J. Calweli; commonwealth Your Grocer SELLS That Got
,If you ie looking for ,a party -8 :Ocrourist} Machine! Typewriter, Writing I minister of information and im- ,
; Nite f
idea consider '' at the Room Showers. j migration. !i STAR BRAKE
a I
slower !
by the
Cham- I'
SATURDAY |I The first group of 843 displaced
party is .e! lovely? idea for ..ber -Commerce.. Refreshments
be sent to Australia
Girls 1:00 P.M. 6:00: P.M.-Picnic,' persons to COFFEE
spnng. the
,Ja Theta sorority in Kappa Nashville Del- *:'':and Entertainment. 11t '""s s> a.. = Fishing (sign UD in advance).1]}'under the auspices of the I.R.O. and CUBAN
Saturday prompted Calweli to cable head- Try A Pound Today-
Tenn. held -
!and= unique a rose decorationscarried early recently :J-IlO:1J"8OOP: :P.M.,l.r"-Movies.", Second Show, IC:30 A.M. SUNDAY- 11:30: A.M.Com1 i i]I I r quarters here. that' he was: "de-_
feature -
out the rose theme. munion Breakfat, White
Doors were,, decorated with announced' at the Club. Hat Club U. .S. Sub Base I '
greens, and caught: Sunday (2nd Sunday). I i I I _
these were roses. The mantle among 9:45: A.M.-:.Java Club, discus- 1:00: P.M. 7:00 P.M.-Fishing
held a large bouquet of the sion Group. Trip (sign up in advance). !\
same. flower ,11OO.AAM.Go" to, CHURCH Information services, housing.
Parties. .
Roses1may not be blooming in 3:00: P.M.-Classical Hour, 'a ,. 1 city maps. I'E
,your backyard yet but other selections Religious literature, library. GREENE and SIMONTON Streets'
flowers can be used instead. The announced. I telephones, stamps, wrapping and: Red Brick Gsrag:
9bQ: P.M.=:Fellowship Hour : ,
girls can.wear-corsages of whatever on mailing packages railway ex-
your "flower for tonight" .the Patio. Community Singing -: i press service, laundry pick-up-
bappens to be, the boys can wear Piano., Beatrice Moreno at the available to all defense forces I i Is Now
and their families.
one in their lapels. A flower I .
makes a lovely setting 10:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour. MRS. E. S. COUGIILIN :i
. = what the occasion is for no Camera Club meets each II (AP Wirephotoj Executive Secretary.
party. Thursday at 8:00: P. M. RESIDENTS OF BUNKER HILL. TT.T.. pause in their work of clearing away wreckage left by a I MISS HILDA CASTILLO.
>,- .: G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Service tornado, and gather in the town square for open.air taster: service. Using a bulldozer for a pul- Secretary. OPEN'
'Now that Denver school boys Organization), every 2nd. pit two ministers conduct the community service. I
and "girts have popularized' the I and 4th Monday. -._-- ------- : .- ; Naval: tests indicate that if a !
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; boy chums wear matching sweat- chess, cards ping-pong, pool,i TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow 'fairs, born in Minneapolis 481 i!ton. Fort Smith Ark. lumber- hour with hu mouth and
writing desks, 'I and for Business
library current Ready
ers to indicate their I I pen. wind would
t. crush on magazines, various table ( America) years ago. II I man, born in Little Rock Ark. eyes pressure
each other) there is talk that girls etc. games i David A. Crawford, president'of i'I 54 years ago. Waroff his eyelid and rip back ,
will wear argyle socks to match CoL Florence Blanchfield, superintendent I the corners of his mouth.
Showers, tennis rackets, 1 the Pullman Company, Chicago Linton -:"
Wells author-broadi "
their date's foot golf of Army Nurses, ------ --- - -
'. Gwen Packard gear of Clarksburg, clubs, fishing, lines, cameras, 1 holder of first Regular Army 1 born in St.'Louis, C9 years i>1 caster, born in LquisviHe.Ky}\ "- : : :: = :- =
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checking service film
service, ago.
will W.'Va.take has a suggestion for teen- mailing and wrapping packages I commission given a woman, bornat I Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven x ,j:years ago. 1

age girls. Gwen advantage says that of outdoor if they receiving messages phone booths, Shepherdtown W. Va.. 64 :president of the University of j r! Sir rraneis Drake, who sailed I H"S --"I-
stamps years
railway express service, ago. Michigan, born at Hull, Iowa, C6 I''T
exercise-walking tennis or volley available to SERVICE PERSON- U. S. Senator George A. Wilsonof years ago. ''i: along the west coast of North ISM
NEL. America in'1579, called the re-
Iowa, born Menlo, Iowa, 64
Lesleigh Davis-Director. Dr. Ellb A. Fuller, president j|I gum which is now southwest Oregon -
years ago. of the Southern Baptist Theological -
and northern California
Gerald Pinder-Program Di- Edgar B. Brossard, U. S. Tariff Seminary, Louisville, Ky.,!, "New Albion." ,
rector. Commissioner born at Oxford, born in Laurens Co., S. C., 57 ,
S.i Beverly BuchananSecretary.Doreen Idaho, 59 years ago years ago.Nathaniel. : The two principal sources -of SMITHSGROCERY.
Cruz: Information I I
Desk Aide. I I William Ben Ion, ex-assistant Dyke, Jr., member of alt are natural and artficial
secretary of state for public af- the Home Loan Bank. Washing- brine, and rock salt.

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It's AhvaysNUCOA ,- -, -_.n.--.- .. . -,._ -.... _''.,',-,--- ,-c A-,"' .... "" ";.' '" _ -_= ill Corner WHITE of Catherine STREET Street IIASTINGS Proprietor C. SMITH PHONE. 28. r

LOWER PRICES for BETTER QUALITY TAT == You Always Get the BEST QUALITY the LOWEST' PRICE When You Shop at This Market- \,

In Key'West, Fla. Meat\' Department
) VI'.CTOR.Y- : ? .OLEO EGGS 59c

i Shop,at Smith's for let-Quality Meats ,
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In Cartons
f .' 38c Any Cut, Cuban, or American StylelBI

'....... N Qualit .,}..cASH.MAR I'ET CHOICE| 'g SLICED CUDAHVS-BREAKFAST' Square LEAN SALTBacon Cut -


MWI GROCERIES 1028 Division Street Phone 1080 MEATSSTANDARD j I BUTTER 79c l6 39c

ball they won't need to == Lean Meaty BRISKET
hips down. If kids who like gooey -
resort to girdles to keep, their 1 Grade 'A' Western Lb. 59c STEW IB. 39c

sundaes wich SnackS and eightlayer'sand keep exercising-, GROCERS! : FREE PROMPT DELIVERY! 'IT-BONE .

they will stay trim in spite of 1 i- Lean Meaty POUND SKINLESS
bending their elbows at the snack 1 COURTEOUS SERVICE
bar. . I I Steaks 69c SPARE RIBS 49c Franks IB. 39c

The "new look" has been They don't have to say"No"so
around a long time- though not many times to eager Velveeta Cheese 2 Lb. Box 95c Ii SUGAR

as long-and but matronly short skirt as first crusaders expected -- I customers now! . FACTORY PACKED -POUND BAG( 45c .

; are still trying. Penny Edwards II
McGrath'a NO. 2 Size BUSH'S BEST Large No. 2''s Sias
Hollywood movie star, _
;.. formed a "short skirters club. Attention Diabetics'! TURNIP GREENS lIe IIOl\IINY.\ 15cI
She says: "American women have Tomatoes 2 cans 27c i_ can . . can ,
good reasons two to each girl
We HaTe A I I Del Monte LARGE SIZE
for preferring short skirts. And = Garden Basket ALL-GREEN Large No. 2I \:

really no man is has in favor,yet been of the found calf-who covering SILVER COW Cello Dietetric Products I I PRUNES . I-lb. pkg. I9c Asparagus Spears can 29 c

longer skirts. Let's please ,
ourselves and our boy Triends. MILK e . 3 cans 39c for Sugar and Slarrh Restricted Diets = Hogen' Choice t Or Sue

are Not robes.plotting the manufacturers to destroy our ward.who They can put all the Nucoa CROSSE and BLACKWELL I I west PEAS 3 cans 2 c TOl\IATO\ JUICE ca-sI5 c!

they want on their bread!
== Extra Standard No. 2 SIze

.In surrey Five New was York made high by schoolsa Junior DATE NUT BREAD IScPORK"8E'BEANS i TOMATOES\ 2 tins 27c LARGE PKG

Achievement workers recently to
determine how many kids who rSUNSWELT Full Quarts SUPER SUDS. . . 35 C
attend school are fairly indepen- llhtft' AMERICAN OILSARDINES PRUNE JUICE 2 49cDOLE"S
dent. Of a student body of 12,759 I I qts.
boys, 879 interviewed and : 2
were 21c RINSO.
an" income, through either em- cans I: No 2 Size . . 19. pkg. 35cI
it was found that 95 per cent have
ployment or allowance. The average FRANCO-AMERICAN I Pineapple JUICE can 20c
,amount each gets per week 2 27c I
is $10.31. The majority buy. their Cans SPAGHETTI+ 2 cans 27 c g C.H.B. TOMATO 14.0z. Size V. . . 19. pkb. 33cI
own shirts, ties, shoes pants

sporting overcoatts goods., sweaters Maybe socks kids who and SPRY 3l29 LARGE BOXRINSO I I CATSUP . . 2 htls.t 35c 1:. Z. LIQUID 33 BLEA cn

are willing to work for their MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE 33cWELCH'S STAR Cli .
education will make better use of . . 5 MILFORD"S Golden Cream Style Tall Size Quart Size
ii than those who keep plugging They know Nucoa margarine LITTLE PRINCE BTL. I quart
I Sweet CORN 15c 2 1)t IS. 25c
away merely to please their tastes sweet and JAR can Bottle
., always CATSUP 21
families. . C
fresh and that it's good for All Grinds GRAPEADE 25c = HALVES of No. 2Vz Size

A New billfold making a hit their folks. No churned 1 OCTAGON Large SizeSOAP lb. i PEARS 35c' SPRY . .3.1h. 5129
With teen agers has a change I SIc PREMIER 1 CAN can can .
richer '
at ,
that they spread any _
purse on the outside so I 1 HESN
can,board buses, shop or buy. in food energy-or a finer bar lOc t . 19c : BLUE PLATE MONARCH No. 2Vz Sire
without fumbling for source of Vitamin
year-round .
hasTopen the windows windows can be for added picturesand to, A. Yet think of the Lean, Meaty SPARE: ., POUND ,CLUB POUND I PEACHES. . . can 33c

or subtracted from by. pulling : change you save from a ,
out a pin. Some of the I.uds write RIBS STEAKS SILVER cow MAGNOLIA CONDENSED
'49c SSe
dollar of
on pound
their names on.these with a fixi- every AOS. 'e 0 I tt>> !
tive they buy in a hobby shop.I delicious,nutritious Nucoa! IMILK..5. can 13e MILK.
Then they sprinkle sparkle dust r I I i . can 21c1
over the name, let dry and wipe i Grade A' Western Beef Chuck POUND DEL-RICH J'OI J UROAST..4Sc

off the excess.. = A Complete Line of
p EXTRA U.S. No. 1 Red
I OLO 41C :__ Fancy Ripe TOMATOES Bliss

\Si vi.a.'t\-> I Ir . I 5 B ugmp tQQ(;.. 2' Mb. pkg- 3ac Potatoes t t 2 Jb s. 15c H
(You may write Vivian Brown: NraIns END of LOIN PORK POUND Fresh Ground Pure PORK POUND FRUITS andVEGETABLES
in cue,of this paper about>> news I Red or YellowONIONS No. 1 Carolina

of your*own gang.) I I I ROAST 59c SAUSAGE. 4Sc'i 2 Ibs. 29c YAMS.\ . 2 Ibs.) 29cJuicy <

.;American per capita consumption i 0 0 at FLORIDA
fairly -
oj: vegetable remained :
constant 1920 and: | AMERICA'S MOST Popular Florida ORANGES i
1940 although between consumption of I Icann POPULAR MARGARINE PROMPT FREE DELIVERY : --_'- g Prices CELERY stalk 5 c Mesh Bag 29c

vegetables. almost doublN'in'that'perlod. I I -, __ __ _ _ -V/. Reserve The Eight To UmU uaDJ1t" ', :___ _ #_ II We R* erva the Right to Limit Quantities8lh..___ -__ ----- I z, iL I

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} PROMPT FREE DELIVERYThebe ,11em I hiw BelleOKA1SGE .16Oz.Cans.

Prices Good AH Week Through WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7th- tI.
l I- : Aunt Nellie SLICED Aunt Nellie Tiny WHOLE
WHAT IS MRG?? BEETS Jar uh.__ 13c Jar 2Ie
J Chuck ROAST 49c1'OUNI I !
pooling their resources by forming. their own* TOMATOES . 6 25
warehouse for carload buying. .
Conn. 'cd LOIN ) .
We hare grown. in one end.ono-balf i
Western PO'RK 4lc ((112)) years,from seventeen ((17)) retail store (.I..Ol UKIST.1) 15-Oz. !
LEAN or CHOPS k members to.seventy(70). )-memberR- In Syrup ''lA Cans 19c I'
The sarmgs effected'by this tremendous .
l SPARERIBS LEAN{MEATY POUND MISS. :;' DOZEN purchesing through high: power quality is and. passed lower prices on'to''' at'* yourMFC you POTAT 0 ES ,OZARK Sweet 2\ No.'2 25c
4 3 c win G'PpedEGGradeG-A: S. 8c Store. , *- In Syrup Cans.JUICE ''
lJ Our buyers are conrtanljy' searching the
C% country over for"the finest m groceries.meats' :
end pro uc!:! for yonr'MRG Store.; s !
lb. US YI' Quart t tSpecials

( DWI rhs BREAKFAST BACOf lb. 63c for Thursday, Friday & Saturday PIE CRUST PILLSBURY ,. 17c

PURE( LARD II 29c .AM: Dll\IS: CACKtPound COLA ., PINT' 89
AID ). a Iw Nl' Deposit!
-.I 35c _ _ E3 wiii'ic CAM: I (1 '-!_'' I
LORDEN'S GLASS t. Package. -

|b.CHITTERLINGSTRIPE. RELISH. . . .19c 14-oz.g.-:: 24 C SlarchOuarl( I r 27c.PICKLr,..d I.OLDS(;;ro"'o"Cul"f'.mlu"r'( MniM.ripj; .: ' Pint Jar 2Ie

)Devil Food
YOUR Ib 29 t.. 14. ; .... ; GR 1,DELADE WELCH PURE ! 20
02. 25 C In C .t Jar
NECK{ BONES-PIG FEET CHOICE . Pkg. . . I a5t ..:....--_


HENS. . lh. 49c FRYERS Th. 67c 3 Johnson's GLO-COAT{ . 'pi. 59cl'[., l',H|U 98c rORN V<'ruum Pack Whole Kernel 2 Cans 33c

A.. . . .. . ." pint 42cWelch's COFFEE: DEL MONTE\ All Grine'.. SIc.
t I
YEARLING LIVER .:-1 39c- I': CRAPE JUICE . .' "quart LiSe' I
STEW LAMB BEEF Ib. 33c [ FRANKFURTERS. . 39c <,. Ozark SPINACH . . No. .2_ can. 14c 1'.1 STYLE 3 Boxe

Franco-American 1 lUACARONl.16.oz..can 16c JUICE 'I 25c
bns. 23c LETTUCE..2 lids. 15cE KIDNEY BEANS 17-oz. can 15c -
!'i; FhICr, 1'Quad $115
en Creamy 3

ORANGES S S .-. 29c I POTATOES.10. lbs._47c E PRODUCE. r .
-- --
All Grinds:! .
2 tall cans 27c I SARDINES 23cg I
... LETTUCE 2 Large Heads_s..l5cCALIFORNIA
e c I
1 CARROTS 2 Bunches 23c !IlEA'! '\ "'ESTEHHEEF!\
TOMATOES 2 cans 25c SAUCE . 3 cans: 2l<' CHUCK ROASTlB.55c
WHITE ROSE Nn 1 CALIFORNIA :GUNKISTDOBDEN :; NICE SIZE n ill .'rcm IIIII Grade.; ..\. Mii.. p| i wtl--QuickCrozrnCutup .
SALT . 2 PKGS. 15c CORN . 2 CANS 33c

LEMONS . . doz. I9c FRYERS L i In Boxes LB. 71c .
SPRY: Ihr Purr 3 .. Ib" $J15 E ,I "S nonncus: POMPEIAN ..-. ..' -
can BOOTH'SFrozen fOHT\.JoU; l : 1S foSTEUN; { I.OIIN or BITS
egctahlc b borlcuilg MEMOLIQUID+ 1() Slar..L a H: Olive Oil()l
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'--11" 1'1II1 'D r<) P"JJ1r1: 7 o-'=- 4 oz.17r Food
KITCHEN PACKAGE i CAMPBELL'S 16Oz. Size Found: Jar tlxlx Packt: !?. iJUcLUX 2*r ., P 0 r k R oa s t 31.2lb.Avc. IB 49 C
TOWELS\ / . . . . 19c |II Pork & Beans; 2 cans 27c H New Fast.AcliivjRINSO LIFEBUOY CUT GREEN .
t "'" ' .__ r"' "'AI ..uCLOROX,,- : () If'Jal\.c., .; SOAP() BEANS "'la( :' 11 tmc1J1't: :

BOTTLE QUART 17c Large3'R SWAN ' -r.Package;tr'fe LUX 0)6 ll' Bar-flrqular-RAY_,__11\MM._1.., Iackaq Isi'r ? LEAFY'**,- -GREEN 27 c (ottage e.ese LB. 19 C

.. :"4 SOAP SOAPlOc I LYE;.' :SPINACH I' -
J4.qc. SM.I.E l 1!\ 'IIT'1! '
FACIAL TISSUES 3NI(! ( 24c Large Medium Regular Regular 12cTIIC J Package>> 26(C
SIlEITs: PACK\GE 19c I 12c Size Can -
t SPARE RI BS lB. 45
RINSO ; 19ca WIIITI: LIM: : is inc U.OHOX{ LIIPEACI.: ES (
.fr 34c SWAN SOAP Tr
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I 16 or.
I A D 23c GRADE 'A'

WIN . 97c BEER $389 !L T49c.E.G..G.S. IN CARTONS doz. 59'c"

PORT Sherry Muscatel Burgundy Plus Deposit PER CASE Quart17e' 1-2 Gallon 29c 16-ox.9 -._ ... "..": -._, _- ,.. ._. ,__

'- -BAER'S MARET-J --, Delivery Now Available, Furnished by the B.&B. Delivery Service <
IpBiPlPi We Reserve the Right to Limit QuantitiesI "

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