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 3, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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I BeginSailing ![ ;, J.- r.:,IJuIio.CabanaS I II i,Ally t :iGeneral, I'J AquilinpLopez! Jr., Americans Hit Back

Ships - I Announces! Tdday I T0',ActJM<<: ((GoalMiuersVSlrikej' .(:For .;.J el iI1.i9n.\As

1, School: () Board 1 '; I CircuilXloiir: Judge ,

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Monday ::1: r Julio Cabanas.JiV,today: formally .B..Tir %...rlate4Per..! i iWASHINGTON. Aquilino Lopez. Jr., circuit ;

announced his ''candidacy Apial l 3.-As judge! of the eleventh judicial

'for.member of the Monroe Bounty ; though in t.-eplyto John L. Lewis'assertion ;cfrcuit: for Monroe county,

.subject'".school to board the ,_May fourth 4 District, that the striking soft- ::;seven has announced his candidacy group. To Their Zone
With : ; ,
Supplies coal miners do
,- ,* primarYI'election. "may as I to succeed himself subjectto
rIn.. making his "'announcement; please go back In the pits or the primary election to :be
Mr: Cabanas said that while he Gtay ont of them." President 'held on May 4.

'F PRESIDENT BACK IN was seeking to,- reprejjpnt. the Truman :said today that if the :: Judge Lopez was appointed as *rRUSSLMS OFFICERS:: { ALSO
fourth.district-:the ;board; that 1 circuit judge in 1945 by Governor

ON TRIAL } WHITE HOUSE, REPORTED , tbe;jentjre county _would! vote on' miners continue their strike. Millard F. Caldwell lo fill the .vacancy I I TWO SENTENCED IN ARMS PLOT KEPT OUT OF
"* their will be turned to
case over
then existing in that office.
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READY TO| < i I Attorney General Tom Clark. Judge Lopez is presenting his i BUILDING THEY OCCUl'IED ;-
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I I ;FOR-'SCHOOL. -BOARI) 'i'ir i Today i is the twentieth since candidacy on .his record as Circuit IN U.S. ZO.NE
A SIGN RELIEF; BILL i, :, the miners began their walkout.. Judge during- the past>three
(87-la... Prim'" years 1 nr Tie A..elafd Pee_r
WASHINGTON vApril.3;-President ' The walkout continued in shifts lie was born January :9', 1910. BERLIN. April 3. CK... -3
till 1 the total number of strikers and has resided in Key West
'y pi Lucius Clay military
-Truman bade governor
was: in the- reached 400.009It since 1921. He was graduatedform
White House today and it was' was indicated that Lewis the Key West High School of the American aoRC in Gt-t

said that bee of the,first things: "do: as they please means that in 1928 and from the college of many. today struck back at tnt

he will do is i to sign tire bill pro a i=r the miners will not return' : to law. University of Florida in v Soviets who. imttatrd thi:
viding for the rehabilitation of 16 jScqtchlite 1933.He law $ "squeeze play" two das 90 *
practiced in Monroe
I countries in western', Europe.It : -' 'i .1l anestigate errl'! .- -. .
-J county from 1933 until.194 when
was announced further that j all traitw ad mo"or
he received his appointment
I as
ships, :lOaded with supplies will circuit judge. He was; solicitors01 : vehicles parsing through the R'ts

begin to leave this country Mon Tape. Attached ,I the Criminal Court of Record sian zone to reach Uc Aaneru. in.
day morning for various- ports. In t of Monroe County from 1934 to L British and French aonea.GL .
4ii western Europe: ) 1035:) ; '
city attorney for the City Y Kr .
blocked road trailing f"1(11
(From Great Britain came a,re. To.402 BikesThe : Qf KeyWest 1931 and 1939 to
Potsdam and other rtltes t. !th
port that April 5. 1948.. will.beone 1941. attorney for the Key Wen >
of the most significant days Housing Authority, 1933-1345. He Russian zone. Ne traffic ort
in the long .history of that coun- Scotchlite tape prograni. is-a member of the Monroe'Coun- sons afoot were ermittotJ (? enter !
It said that the iS aa Y :'1 tit sponsored by the Junior Chamber .
try. was> economic -ly Bar Association, Florida and the zone occupied' tqr UK Hasians. .
ar status of Great-Britain)had of Commerce under the direction . American Bar| Associations and .
reached its lowest e.bjxsince that of Charles Curry chairman American Judicature Society.He
country became tt world power, of the health and safety rand. has ben highly interested Further, a bmHun! ...... t i.-i(

and that the sailing of the supply comrn\tare, was put into effect in civic affairs in Key been used by Soviet offirri in t

ships is hailed as the; salvation of, ;'t .JULIO.CABANAS, JR.- I i at Bayview: Park and Poinciana. >- West where he is'trcasurer and w1 / inside the American zun ,' ..

England in one of the- darkest r" 1 today. director of the Chamber of Com.mel.te closed to them t...y. Twmi.'
hours in her historya. : A-hative of"Key*\ e and educated Assisted by members of Troop secretary of the Rotary /' rs two officers, who toed t.. vi>;.'!
President Truman.hs not dis i the public schools."of 54. Boy Scouts of America, at the Club and'chairman of the Community
(At. Wlrepnolw) ( I II I : rn. ; :"h..* the building, wet"euI UK
closed the name of the man who. this' city, Mr. Cabanas said he park the Jaycee committee taped Chest. He is a memberof :and! it was said that a Rth ".,',
DONALD E. .HICKOCK.. 38. a will be the administrator of the.i felt*-he was,well qualified to' fill \ 257 bicycles until the deadline at the Elks and Junior Chamberof GEORGE W. RAPPLEYA (left) of New Orlea. and William L i general who was in the buixiim.

physi .lherapist. sits In court i ERP, neither is it known whom Ut .*po$ tion to which, he aspires.: I 10:30.. One of the committee re- Commerce.In Marsalis (right) president of the Martalis Cruclon! Company at the time the wafer went ,m'.

at ,.Martin**., Calif.. during his he will appoint as roving ambassador -I,-::Jn a move to further increase mained at the park to take care announcing,: his candidacyfor of Gulfport Miss.. pleaded guilty in x tel court at J effect remained there alotn-

tre.l on I felony morals charge. to see that the goods arc I, his; lu ation. .Mr. Cabanas toqk of any stragglers. that might show his retention in office Judge: Bloxi. Miss.. to charges cf con piracv to ship arms and ammunition :. Thirty C47 planes. one fl\.i..
Mrs. Dolores J. Ramcy. 19. testified I distributed as directed. Vocational training with ICS in up after the Jaycees had gone to Lopez said that hh record as illegally to British Honduras. Judge Sidney C. Mice sentenced ; every 15 minutes, were pr . .,
former will receive salary engineeriilg. Poinciana. No, report was made circuit judge for the 'last three.yearS : .
he hypnotized her in his The a tfjyil; each to serve one year and a day in prison. Man-alls is into service by the Amycommand > >r>
S ;I-' D&i t'-served' by the. time of going to he considered to be thebett 1
of $20,000 and the ng'the war asa .
a year; to brine '
a former lieutenant colonel in the army.Committee pas a vfs "'":
t .olfi t and carried on an unnahiral .
other..$25,000.* < -civil service -employe- of the press vid@nceof his qualifica- :: freight to the American mn.< <
l sex act" with her in Navy 'Department He entered At Poinciana-; the Jaycees' were tions'for this most important' ---- -- ---- Most of the planes, arc.shuti-n

''i 1S4S.' f upon 'thv; duties es joiner and assisted by Scouts from Troop fice. Judge Lopez further said: I between Fran4fU ittri it
1 advanced himself 'Uncivil ..engineers' 2o3. with Tony Martinez, scoutmaster -I "I- came to Key West when I Meets April 14 American zone in thai city
. Vent eruttire 8
-.T' "** LA eleven old and I Have
'p alder' on hand4 to direct the was years ...
\ Infoonatlen seeped 11:1:
: fuller Warrenioyn' "i"Mv [for I desiring" to boys. At Poinciana 143 bicycle lived here continuously since .
reason .
i : 7:30 A.M.. .5. : from the RIWMM seal tx
:;.. .! ':.... -.. :::- -.,. Serve *'d member of the'Monroc, wercltil>e .k1'll1e.ero'rR. ._. ,\.,, then.. dazing .the good times as For .l.&inn9-; ... .... U fl.:;.'
.- i T n : .. } .. jcfmntjr schoor'U)ardls: : solely 'to Several small bicycles .and vclocipedcs -- 'VcfI isihe'tifficl of economic i dt- --Planning Workshop planes wr= net thr M .
: minbty ] StaUo Vcbieve-:;an mbi\ on >d. tfo my were also taped by the prc&eion. My economic{ interestsare :. occupied by the i'uMfhUs. It i.
Atlanta __ . '_ 48. all in Key West where I own
: r.i. : --part to .further. progress in the committee. Serving on the committee not revealed what .the IN-! ''
: On April 17fliM;; Billings _-' __- ,!_ ._ !71 i education systerh.ofour: .county' with Charles Curry wereMniiucl my own home and reside with I For Public School Teachers the plane had been matt ". ;I.
Birmingham -- -' : . 38t sir. that,.our children will have a.nvich ' Lopez. James Murphyand my wife and daughter. I do not to do.

j Fuller Warren, who u leading ; : better opportunity to ad Jack Delaney. have tu resort technicalities I ---- .
Boston: themselves," Mr. Cabanas Other : and David i 1-;. to prove my residence in Monroe I
; by a wide margin in the statewide vane IONnJI \VOKK) SilO.1 n r .
I gubernatorial poll will be Buffalo h_ -...._,_ __ -_ :30Charleston : i said. . ' McCurdy, scouting commissioner county. Chamber Hoard&
j in Key West on April 17, according : . .--_- :-.._ _._ : 50 I 'The fact that I am- father pf aided at the park. this"The successful must;; reside candidate in Mon for wiu.ui; iiiii:; > IIN KIVWlihT ; : 101 Gel JobsThrough ,I
judgslup )
received from Chicago 29j 1 three children and"that..I attended I
to telecj-am a--_ - Mel Ycslrnli\
!, a I __ schools of thl rountyV roe nmty during his term of !! '' t :
him by The Citi.en.Mr. i I j I Corpus llrbti .;_ .on 3 the public AUG. 16 To ,
Warren since he bvgan his Denver _ _- ._ i..- ....._ 4. t gives me :greater insight ss Sliorl Circuit office. I have livein Monroecounty 'I ISEIEI' I ) I I Servicet; !
life.[ feeltht
all adult :
:: campaign( ,. has been .in all Flori- !I Detroit = -,. =-- h- to necessities: :.of.( school.' chilI I i . i my ;3 t JtIf t'Of'. "I It... Kv V.:,
: tfo't. better-suited than-cillt- I
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da's 67 counties and in rome of RI Paso :== :; -. :: dt..n.-'he added. the other too
them, two or more times. His Worth _ ....... _____ l II,,:,":TJie:cMididate; pledged.ltimei 1 1I er of A first: merlin of he ne-arly' I Office Here rneellp>: t>'nttlY. hut HI-I' I i .
understand the unique problems -
!i to
coming trip will be .his second Gdl3tOJl. = : 33 ta iJ1E'Y poIjC.Yf* o(-seeingV that -tike Pre Service Work- take any admit worth rrj* i iaccurding "L' '
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arising our
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Key West during this cam Jacksonville ___ 56. scfjoarchildfchjgbt, :! :; the inoit-t that City firemen weer called In t the Jell H. Knight. Jr.. managerof to lUruM Lauli.< i..
to --m I I it will b1a Committee discuss
assure Planning to
paign. I Kansas City ._. :..:_.:---u" ___._ 43 cbulct'bc:.6BUjmed for every: ;aqljar,6f..thb" .- Coral Ap 4rhnIlIs. Simonton county. to you to continue to hop | the Key West office of the manager.
: Key Welt Airport: -- --_.- - 491.u '.t taxpayers*"money_ street. ilt l 11:10 o'clock I..t! nightwhen reside pleasure here and me to continue to with teachers in public I Florida Slat Employment Service 'j The diiTi'turo did ..... >i.i in,
: : "pended by the school hoard ,..":'. found aunt circuit schools that workshop will beheld ,
a Julin -
:, Angeles1: ;,0I someone Wright MMWM.-SlMlr i
: --- serve the citizens of Monroe I announced today that the
Man Held(! After I I Louisville . -:_"':'_-- "--- .-- 3$ "The"support 'and'eonsiderrtiopof !resident in the: electric lines. county as their circuit judge as 1 I at 3:30 p. m.. Ar>ril 14. in I local office had placed 101 persons man of the Cancer JVt t. inI'cal .

Miami .__------- 1t every Monroe county the I I i Firemen turned I the: electricity well as the citizens of Dade county -I the library of Mains School m I suitable employment during c4Mirm*n wvwM luivr t . .

Car: Rolls I Over Minneapolis _.:..._' _ __ :31 who educatk is interested n.\is progressof Mr. Ca- off and returned to their :.ta- when the occasion so re I Miss Elua Odi'dnervll: ; UI-I| March. Of this total 32 were appointed. The citHonJJ1I';
Memphis: _----... 44 I l tions.I quires. veterans of World War II, and ge&ted > several penotw f.'i I Ip'lISll
________ I I banas conch/ded. i iI resent the Key Wcjt idch; School; I ,
__ __ 57 .
Orleans veteran. on
After Us. automobile upset yesterday New I I Williard "'owl->r. ltiiiii i" Sch .-'l: I one w ; a handicap;**
Roosevelt Boulevard, New York ._-_.n_ __- 3J: 'Hamilton. I Knight; further stated that approximately It wda reported Nee .",,.
on I Earl Division StreetEelmentary
of the Norfolk ... 50 Sales : T,,i jicr rent of the Flora is:' .-....11 i"tlig b. "'
j Robert J. Shat-kleford.) ----- ---- Property j jII MASONIC NOTICE: School, and Albeit j:
____ 46;I I i BASEBALL : total ltd for
U. S. Navy, stationed. at Boca Oklahmoa City n- i Special Communication :.of Anchor It. Carey Poinriana School. j i new applications campaign
____ _____ 43 woik filed with the office durmt. -.4--
ChicH. was arrested by Patrolman Omaha :-- I IPrnsa'Ola Mr. and Mrs. Gedrge C. Valin 1 Lodge. No. 182. F. tt: A.M.. Also the following have been -
charges of __ __._ -- 581 II in the Salt School March were veterans. lie added:
Hector Castro on m - transferred a property! Monday. April 5th. 1948 at 7:30 named to the committee:
reckless driving and speeding.Shwkleford Roanoke .-----_-- 43 Pond section of the city to Mr. I SUNDAY Superintendent t-x-ofttcio: Miss i "Anyone interested in serum Inc I

; was slightly Injured St. Louis __.___-.--- .-- 40 I, and Mrs. K. E. Hood for $<>,100.1 P.M.Week and Instruction in C. A. Mao lan Vurle :. general l Mipervi'i01 employment should place their PLYWOODat
when his tarrolled over San Francisco, __-- 46.'according i to a warranty deed filed 'i CITY: STADIUM''I'Ii Degree. ; MJS. ililcJu Salts, senior high: application with the Florida
__ .. State : Service at 314 -
_ 561 Employment
twie., Cash reported.; The man San Antonio u' "- I! yesterday in thb office of Circuit -! i All members and sojourners invited school: Mrs. IX>na <'t ar>nK'n. j.m- I
WitS released under bond of $100 Seattle __ .- -- 37 Court Clerk Ross; C. Sawyer. i i 2 .GlI II if'S . to be present. int high school; Mit- May: Sands" Sirnonton! I.t. .and employers : Ll.MHKHHI>
_________ 5tj wishing to place nifleis for workers -
for appearance in Municipal Tallahassee: Mr and Mrs. B. Curry Moreno By order: Division Street G-ho1.! Mi.: lVy; I TELEPHONE 1110NOTICE
Com on MondaysPALACE j Tampa 6 transferred to Mr. and Mrs. ,; Miami lut&terit Air Lines AUSTIN ROBERTS. W.M. Kly.: Harris S -h n.1 l. Inri\ (.'harlr.s' : may call 439" -
I i Washingtoni"I l lot nearSvutli I Albury. T."vermer Scliw,l. I ---- -
C. Moore a -
Thomas Key Wept Picked GERALD H. ------- ------ -
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; Dr. W. T. Edwards of Flouda'
street and Whalton axemie i i First Game 1:30 P.M. I Secretary. I
iI THEATER:I e..tlera.s.l cease I. B. !. I for $1,900. : Stale<< University has indicated !!
I 1 that he will be In Key West April: NOTICE! !
TWINS GARAGE | to help the local Sv-hooU make
l "Stairway lo Ileutcll"DAVID rk..e tM 119' necessary plans: Such matters I
D al Street
I 113 j jI
NIVEN and Auto Repairs Painting, April Fool's SUSPENSEiY II IIn i as the appointment of variou', The
KIM HUNTER I'I Body and Fender 'ork I \ THRILLS! CHILLS! rommit'ees. the t-nt.itivr. seleetton La Concha Hotel
of a general' th'-nir- frt'ihtifjj
_-_- -a: Ur.. .. A.'. ...".- Lr All "a"e I DANCELEGION j: ;Contnued On Pair; F.lghUPIIONI
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for Our WRECKER Low Weekly Summer Rates I I i TICKET OFFICE



GARAGE CENTRAL HOTEL Os.i ii:1,:: APRIL 3RD : I PRICE TOURSI l'r lip i'ur1use nj Enlarging Next to Ia Concha Hotel BY EMLYN WILLIAMS I' <11 Fleming SI.
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4.4 IJt'VAU' .T. MM K 9:00 O'CLOCKJitterbug : ----- --- ----- fullyiiifmiff the hitrlirnThat
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-.- 1 'iff lie ,May Scrre You lleltvr
The Barn TheatreDUVAL
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lo support Fred O. Eberhardt for Sheriff of Contest i
I am going j h' Are You Registered?
Monroe County because I believe him to be the best qualified Waltz Contest STREET We With to Express! Our Appreciation for Your Patronage in ih*

i Books CLOSE April 17th Past and Look Forward to Better Serving You in the Ftit'ii'
man He for has the proven office.himself honest in his office as Motor Vehicle Door_ Prize I t April( Through April 10, Inclushc I! ooOoo

in this county and ha been impartial in his e- I For Sheriff
License Deputy : ooOooCnrlaili The Coffee Will
> Shop Re-Open April 19lh
enforcement of License Tag Law Music; by the ,
After ten years of residence in Key West I believe by electIng I : 8:30 j Fred 0. Eberhardt and UNTIL THAT TIME

Mr. Eberhardt we will have everything to gain and nothing Three Sharps v' Liberal . The Kainhow Koom Will Sere HrcakfulWith

to 10M. -e- I ooOoo Impartial; ,tlong Its UsualTIl'lIlL SeItedtilr
for their support and vote for
I ask all, Sheriff.registered Sponsored by Auxiliary the 'rlckl:rs. 81.5U11 j "Give Decency A Chance"t.M
Eberhardt a American Legion LA CONCHA HOTEL.
JOHN R. (Cowboy) W TSON. II At Paul Smith's Bookshop (TeL 202)). ot at the Door ;' f'..11' -I, .,.r I J-lltllltV Y IUU
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ADMISSION . . II': J. D. McAndrews. Manager
IVlitlt.l( .'du,cI..I.1f Paid "Cowboy" Watson) : ____ : ''il j V

, ,VOTE FOR JOHN M. SPOTT-SWOOD--To Be Able to Vote You IUST-BE-REGISTERED Before Apriil7th; :.

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t 1! -- lte 1g 1rt (Eitfemt STRONG AND POPULAR ',: eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeRadio i ProgiainsNETORK.PR *: Another Suit: ,. 1 I 1. i ; . ; -i':: ;

Pnhllshea De.Uy Jbc. t Sunday byU. '
P. *ARTMA 0.... ..d PMhllahertORMA It will not be surprising if the Republicans *- !

_.. :: From. I O. Aft"The"Cttlsen.". ..Building-..- Ma.acee at their convention in Phila- I..................-.h...... \: ;.Y. s. Webb's City' 1

Corner.Greene'aDd Ann Streets ,f
in Senator Arthur
delphia to
June turn
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and oRAMs ] TAMPA, April /J, j .Monroe County their candidate for presi- I 1
Vandenberg as I sixth action i i; 1j
Time is eastern standard .'***. I seeking injunction
\ :: 'It.rM at Key Vest. Florida. as second class matter dent in the November election. I I tral. sflndar. standard subtracton.juji. subtract twe,rmsunum 1 I restraining 'Webb's City, St. Petersburg -- j

.: MKwBKM OF THK ASSOCIATED PRESS The fight between Taft and Dewey I hours. Seme local stations, change. I .drugstore. .from selling,
The AMMM-tated Press exclusively I entitled to I hour of rtlay to M locol .CJltdWI". I liquor belowminimum .prit-es.J\

i :.. ....It for or reproduction not otherwise oC credited I1I.n. In dispatches this paper.creditedto and with Stassen boring in, is likely to Become I Last not 'bo minute included.I programchariots. T can.. allegwtly fixcd bythe Florida I

althe local new published here. so tense, the delegates will agree to name Fair Trades.Act has been- filed !I

alJ.SCuPTlO" BATES Vandenberg.So SATURDAY, i APftiL1\\i:: ;. in Federal'Court. '
.e '
90 hflWyasfi1eT I
.. On TheaaUit by
'\ 1.75 LOO far as The Citizen can determine. Ivealnf'' Jhcf Befnheim: '#DisttiJfot; ,(i' n- .
,", eeklr$1 ...00-Summary of ews-nn of: Others.WhoJ
: :, > 100 they could not choose a better man. He is Newscast Every Dalr-rbs .. panyt KentuckyJH?
V .%5
; Network Mnsta Time-abo have fijed,Suits illffra'Jlt( Walk-f(j .
familiar with foreign affairs, as well as Van Time-,mt>9>basta @r..iltk hJ jm -Barclay andCo.t. _
:_. Mad. Known Application with domestic issues, and has,the knack of ':'*-In NBC llr Opinion Symphony-cbs-nbo the 'BernKpiiti. Distilling*,'ComA I _

I 2 srKCItt. NOTICE' Keeping on friendly terms with Democratsas .,Biblo.Messages-abe Frankfort TJistillefar Corp.. and j I t Jh I -

All retain notice, card .f t allk.. resolutions : .:*>-Red Barber Sports-cbe Calvert DistilleY* prp. t i ;?: _::
will b. wen as Republicans. Harry Wismer Sports- bO' -r' .
of r"'pct. obituary notices! poems. etc : L ,iJWILL | -
for the rat of le cents a. line Dance Music-nibs-basic II.
charged at t
. Hotke far entertainment y-churches from which Vandenberg is not only an able man 't4S-News and CommentalT.-c:1I8: YOU.SMILE?" I .. ; :
a revenue In to be derived are 4 cents a line. Jack Beall Comment-abo it; ; ,.. ., ., \ -
t Th* Citizen U an open forum and Invites dls- but a likeble man as well. That indepen- 700Mr.. Ac. &'Ja&e-cbs: I. -
tussles of public 'Iscue and subjects of local or Mcdern Music Museum- be For Time .
"' ..".ral Interest, but It will not publish anonymous dent vote totaling millions in a national i Hawaii Calls Jlusiciaue-Dlw> Fighting ; ,)

:- communications. election, will)) turn to him quicker than to 7 JO Abe-Curtain Burrows, Tim Song Drama-cbs-nt* -

any other aspirant for *the Republican Challenge of Yukon-abo "Doctor, you told me to show (.
2(ewa Broadcast-mbs
i : IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST 7:4J-H. you my tongue and you have
nomination. Carmichael Sonrcte : i
Twin News Comment-mbs never looked at it.
? :: Do whatever he may do, or say what- :00-The Life of Riley-nbc- "No. I just wanted to write ain H-
Suspense Drama Houri-cbs, prest'ription ",
ever he may say Dewey still continues" Ross Dolan. Detective-abo peace. I '
Twenty Questions Quiz-mbs e- t
: 1. More Hotels and Apartments. -,
be icy to the general run of voters. For I :
:39-Truth or Consequence* fite About three.per cent of Americans -

::r r 2.3. Beach Airports-Land and Bathing and Pavilion.Sea. some reason (he jokingly blames it on his Stop Famous W*.Jury Gag Trials Show--abe mbs, 18 to 21 years old were in'II

J ;. :00-Hit Parade. Sinatra-nbo collegegradeachool.s in 1890;I
;, 4. Consolidation of County and mustache) he can not warm up to the Joan Davis Comedy-cbs compared with. 15 per cent in ]II UNHORSED'- Spectators wafch Jockey R.JCaa Ien ttngflt U Us kibe.i-atlr Wtor threwa

City Governments. Keep Gang; Up Busters With Drama Kids--mbs abo 1940: d I from'-Us mount. Mr. Ta You. during the Ftxhunlers' Chaltesue Csp ft! ClttlteBiuA._EZ.
,- 5. Community Auditorium. .:SO Judy Canova .
is a good and capable man also -nbe -- --- -

but if he is nominated labor generally will)) Name Murder Vaughn of and Monroe Song Malono QuU Show-mba abe-cbs foot At oL zero air, .can Fahrenheit absorb less a cubic than I The cost of medical care for I j j TODAY IN HISTORY LEGALS 3

i -- line up against him, although the labor bill 10-00-Saturday Ky Kystr Serenade College--cbs nbo half grain pf water, but at 100degrees '. Americans rose from 26 per cent j| (Know America) IHHRBBT

he and Hartley sponsired is as fair a pieceof Prof. Quiz. Quiz: -abc-basi. 1t ,n4] absorb; nearly 20 of, f1DSumption'expenditures -in19n.o j I .:s ThItsDIln- ricllTIdtsNASIKSTITITE .
MONOGRAPH .' 1 J 860 Beginning of Jiort-lived
; Chicago Theatermba10:30Tb. grams.t I U { l T 4.l'per cent in 1940: . i iliiriiincenients I lIVEN that -
I I .: Stalfn- legislation as congress has ever adopted. : Grand 01. Opry-nb :._-, ,---- --'- :i Pony Express driver leaves lbs undersirned. desiring to.ra..rif .
Premier It Pays to B. Ifn r&nt-cbe .... Sacramento for the East n.a anI ( boslnrra e.der the He tf*....n
. ' Indeed as has been pointed out labor is Hayloft Hoedown-abe .TTTTT
The Kremlin II-00 News & Variety Il1n.-nbc .I I other leaves St. Joseph,. Mo.. .toe name Not 1nt nf;)SuRdhrBe. 4IJ FWmMiK rnnntmrtrhn. Street Key'Tlwct Co
favored by the law in many instances.As News. li1icl7& the .. ,
Variety Dance 2 bra.-cbs I: West. 1 Florida InteBdx t. re tl .r. <
: Moscow. for Stassen, The Citizen does not ,News Dance and& M.Dance Downey Hour-mbs11'SO -abo l lAKY l i.: 1882-Jesse James killed from .aidflrtlllou* name with, U.f clerkof
the (" of > <.nro*
::.. Dear Joe -News & Dancing-mbs behind by one of his own men. .
consider he is of presidential timber. Com- I County. FlorWa "
Russian Bear is crawling like 12-00-Dancing :, D IOCRA1' pitnr I!!.: 1896-Edison's Vitascope, ultimately -I-. rested Mitch l.. ibiS.
The toA.
to'Taft Vandenberg he is , JOSKI'l( NRr041.
pared or as a .' .....' . : '1' .. II | developing into moving $1.ftwlI.r.

:.1 a snake. sapling compared to an oak. Stassen has ...... .....AAA.A... .ft +.*'* ..* .* .*.Ai picture machine. first. privately mar.5-7apr.3-lS.l4S.: !

;: THE ORACLE. tried hard to offset his lack of experiencein NETWORK PROGRAMS :For GovernorW. i For County.Commissioner I exhibited. i
'.. If ewten stM..r'. r.. eratrsl I! I: 1915-The Dixie Highway officially >OTCB' OF \TBNT40\\ :
national and international affairs by steadsrd btract ... ...... tie A. SHANDS Fifth District I II I TO 'MAKK'A""I..rAT'O ;
waiiUia *tea..r.. klnet opens.1936Richard 'OR.F.'AL DItHNe.IPrnISte ;
talking loud and talking plenty. Leading .. 8... lest run*. CBMIC (BILL) EDNEY PARKER I Bruno Haupt- ( LaW' U 'J) '
: ...r .( .. SU .* COl-KT or-TnB ro""yy
THINK IT OVER relay watewlea I I mann diet in electric 2
.. t-
LaM Kl t jrx.B.. wOSBOKIii1r. .
Republicans do not think that Stassen hasa Pr"(T as ckMfM I.
.... be I.d.te" _' Fcr ; State Comptroller For County Commissioner Lindbergh baby murder.' "T,'TK .OF FUIRIOA. I> 'PROutilt. -

chance to be nominated. EDWIN C. FRASER I Fifth District 1939-The C. I. O. fined; $237-! "
:: I I In reTbe Rutat of t
John L. Lewis suggested in his usual Vandenberg has been referred to as a SUNDAY. APRIL j W. A. PARRISH 000 in Philadelphia Federal Court RrtHKRT LYt. ,X.
I for damages done to Apex' HoI ,.I Iec-.aaed.
= I
oblique that there be a gerer- t .
manner may
"dark horse", but The Citizen thinks he Afternoon For-StateComptroller Company. To All Whom It bisy ConrernNotice :
T- al work in te soft coal industry IOO-Amerlra. Chtted.: 'TatkI-libI ** i i For Superintendent I siery bereUy given that.'Lkart.
I stoppage stands firmly in the open as a strong and Doorway to life-cbs: .- (Incumbent) t :I 1941-Ford's Dearborn Mich filed m> final reports. a"IR'nt..tra-1'

:: : : before the present agreement between the popular candidate. Sum Pettinrm Talk-abe : C. M. GAY I Il i Public Instruction II IIi plant stops making cars. trrx i>f the v tale of I
Wm. ShIm Cmnment-mbe Bataan deceased; that L have 'noe""n'lJe"1
WILLARD M. ALBURY 1942-Fighting on .on
operators and the union expires. The min 1-15-Editor: at Rome-.-.beSlnclnc i tlon for final dl ." ; '
_I Good Friday. will apply 10 the Honorable ita> -
. he said be "unwillin" to keep Canaries-mbs-basM For Circuit. Court'Judge raond R. I .rH. *... .( .Jndye
ers. may just Hard work, mixed with some intelli- lraro Roondtable-"be I For Superintendent I 1944- Lieut. Gen. SUwell's / ,? "t\\
Group One)'. j MnnrnaCovnty. Florida on the
because of Tell R Ar- n. Drama-cbs : : Chinese-Americans battle Japs in oft
working a over
on controversy has its reward. Public Instruction day of. April. 1,41. for apt>r ral
gence, National Vespers -*be WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN !! North Burma. tame and for final dterharg-e a"a*-
-_ a pension proposal. Many thousands of Alan Wee tximaz.Around BaTTods World--nbe tnb, i HORACE O'BRYANTFor 1945-Gen. Patton's troops take ministratrlx of the evtatr of 'Itches\.

miners at once.quit 'work. FOR THE CONSUMER Air Force Show-mb. For: Circuit Court Judge J Fulda in hard fighting with .Ger Ijron., 14 dereaced! -$. on IhU. Ist-i' fi'> nTApril

i .. 1:JO-Bob Merrm Concert-ab Superintendentof ,v C"!) MAfD PAPr.Administratrix .
: As every one knows, the United Mine New Commentan'cbeKr. Grmp. 7 tMonroc County) mans. t '. thet-e.
of tal '
Precident-ebe ]I Pu Instruction 1946-16c hourly wage increase: '
Workers strictly a one-man union, so far It is probable that never In its long News* Veteran Ps".I-fJ\be. ItisuntAQIJILINO .railway, -- of Robert. 1..11. detwasecl..1 '
, .. given over a milhpn al'.3-.17.1.'It411. !!
I as power to decide policy goes. and Mr. history has American retailing given so X:43-Optnloo Comll@llt-abe. LOPEZ, JR. I_ workers. 'i' l ,
J ;2O0-.MUtIC Parade. CommentnbsPfew . J riRftIT '
lTHn cotnT.nTneEi.r.vimrn :
,. 4 Lewis is that man. If there is a completer much thought and devoted so much hard f.-'e.TorV Phflhsrnonie-cbs I t For.- "State Attorney Member School 1 Boar4 1947-Secretary Krug orders. J Did,*I,' C'.b
and prolonged" .work stoppage it will be work, to the problems of the consumer. < Theater Dor of Son Drama-t-abe*mbs-basle :GLENN.. MINCER 'I I II -. Second District: .(i $18 Federal-operated mines' ;' 10);),'.. 1 OF% AMI THK FOR BTATJOF tlORaBtoi'rY FUtHIUA....

: because he wants'it. A strike in the mines Erni: Lee Show-fnbs-rautb 'Re-election GERALD H. ADAMS close for safety reasons.; :.. i"1 I. -.\ t:IICKR." ." '..i 4Cs.
I : It is doing this for various reasons, S:So-One Van Fsmllv-aba ,.. 11.:3:1: : f'

F whether or not it was called by that name them obvious. First oT all Smday Seieuad..abeTb . -I i :; About half the seven' million 4i "AIIn.. W$1LHJI.,
most of pro- Juv.itU.Juyy-cnbs--- 1 I i: Americans dhabled on an average f PIa tnt 1ff.5 .
"For Stale Attorney { For Clerk of Criminal Court
I', .. would be a terrific blow to the whole American tection. of the purchasing jpower of the 4-00--Qal* KM. Joe Weflv-e ; 'I' day have already been disabled -: I>IOMCF.Defendant
:r.TTV ;UC
Jabs B.:;K.nrd-r- tjt ..J WEBSJERG.:; 'WALLACE I I C. SAM B. CURRY : KLF.R.
t ""1 economy. Nothing could do more to masses of consumers is vital to its exis- '.Jfoult'.or Uystery-jmbsl | J'f_ _. \ I ); for at least jix months f j niinnn -OF r"RL'0'.

drastic .long-lived shortages in is 4:IS To Be Announced- be For'State RepresentativeFor i For Clerk of Criminal Court' TO: .
:i promote tance. Secondly retailing always on 4:3 -NewsUvtnf, 1114"e LEGALS Betty )fQf'\I r.

I, : steel electric power ,and other basic needs the firing line in the debate over inflation. Opera Eileen Au Farrell<*
of the nation. And, thirdly, the American economy is Detective Mrsterles-mb, C. PAPY f i\ Tin nnrtiT; rorRT OF THB ;, You are hereby required to .Ppear -
3:CO-The Sunday Theater -nb* For Supervisor of : i11PTII: JI nicici.cinct IT ; to the Bin of Complaiot. f.rdivorce.
.;. j- That might be a secondary consid- dependent on preserving our unique Janette 'Davis Rone-cbs I" Registration OF TIIK *TTK OK FIOHItl*. I in the abore r':1.
For'State RepresentatiyeMILTON : "' :
Treasnr* Arer-ti-abe' ft l> "MI I-OK HOMIOKIN (ftiTt on the irS day
\ : eration if the, miners were getting an unfair system of mass production and mass distri- The Shadow; Drama- %. I PARROTT JOHN ENGLAND ('I1. \'''.:ln'. I oth nru.c tbe allrKMliunK therein
I. A. .-... .. ...... .
"" 9:15-The Two PhIK MoHc b* I I'I :\ ll.innoKK 1 will be taken a* ..nt."
I deal. But they are the highest paid bution-the system which has given us 53ft-Pttn Snttlln* Girt! *.-AHfoimfer S (Mickey). H K. OPPKnil.\NV: .; This order to be published oncea .
Juvenile Court week week
For Judge Plaintiff : ;; for four consecutive
:T" workers in comparable kind of enterprise and better for smaller So* Dram*-aba 'I the
; any more goods goods, a Quick "Ta'H mb. VJt In Key \Vet CUisen.. a newana.
as p For I I DAVID E. McCURDY \vl OPPKKJIANV.: : 1 per published in Key """ .. KH>rtda
: in the world. Their average weekly part of our earnings, than any other people Jv.nlnreO State Representative I flefeu4aYt.OhSlWIl lone and Ordered tills 2nd da*
: Catholic ffcwMo Service- TOM O. WATKINS ; or PIill.l.tTlO'i nf ))an'h. A. l). 1541.!
pay is above $75 and those who put in full enjoy. Rl-. Steven. Time-ebs I r For Judge Juvenile Court YOlIUMA OPPHRIi&NN.i 21111 I IIt I I (EAU) How C Sawyef
ii nrewII""" Co-'ent ahsi -Iford strt. Stamford Conn cttrui : Clerk of the Circuit Court.
.: working time earn around $100. and many Retailing's contribution to the- fight Those Webster Sktt--mbe :. -For Sheriff I I FRANK O. ROBERTS i are notified to appear or anstcr Monroe County Florida. .,
I earn even more. They have been given inflation has been partly obscuredby *:15-News Summary-abe I i I'ill for nirorce herein on or !I 1 n\: Kathleen NottaKe. '
._ FRED O. EBERHARDT t For Justice of Peace I..r..r.pril I*. I'4S; otherwise Dr. Deputy Clerk.
: Preview !. i ii
1 ; :M innumerable other benefits, with a short the fact that prices remain high. This Perry SaltS Concert-cb5rete no i First District I', ore airainxi: Pr, y Cnnfro..w. HAT.n will. he Marth entered S5, ;i iI94 !I PALI.. n.for.swyF.nSolfrjt..r Plaintiff ..

t' basic working day. .And they have attained that has been failure.In < 't Story Ever Told *% For Sheriff j i %. Krvrr1.. Florida .a r.JIOi4.U..",.
( f does not mean fight a Nick Carter. Detective I, IRA F. ALBURY | U.lnet-IT Rn.* I* tvi wyer. ...
, 7-OO-Jack Benny Comedv-nt>* ALTON GOEHRING \ Clerk Cfrrull Court. .' .
h a high degree of.job security and stability the opinion of those who have studied The Cere Antrr Shnw cbs 1 For Re-election i ij t'u"HT SKMIU 0 | %OT1CB Or IS'fl''TiO

I Detroit 5ecnnhony.-.b. ("'DutchiFor ) ...! .\nn C', t.nIlJlt'n-rth. l..CAIOUUiS I 1 TO,V KK PPI.IC\TIO\\ -
I the situation prices would be substantially : ( ) ,,
Sherlock Holmes-tnb 'I I'I' i;. \\AKNKR, ISQflorne roll FINAL UI CHAHt.KProbate
Whatever the merits of the present higher than they are had retailing done nothing T30 J't1an.-' Phn...and Alice-naba Sheriff j j' > 'For .Justice of Peace .\ ., f..r Plaintiff ].! iroinr( OF ?law UI' 1>tovTvJtlJI. .M> ,
en4 DaFnrInd-eb. First District :
j mar.Z1apl'-I.-I..n4'l. i .
. dispute. It 'can, be setled by arbitration. and simply passed the boosts along to Gabriel Hestter Show-.mbaI EVERETT R. RIVAS i I PAUL BOYSEN ]I i :< T'TR:. OF O\HOE Ft.OltIU.t.& < Ol\Tl.IN PRO1
:Oft-Edfrar: Benren Charlie.- >b IN TIIK 'listS IT < 01 IIT BATR.
A soft coal"strikel no matter how the Instead by saving profits, .! .ft'r.! : i
now consumer. Ram
Snade Ad.enmn.-ebe i
For Sheriff tiK\i: >Tii Jini< ir IT I I In re tOe K!'tate nf .. .
camouflaged. would invite tougher labor by increasing efficiency, by keeping a tight !"too Virde QuH. be of I fllTIIK STTK OF El.oltlDt. |'SOFIA PFHEZ t'B LA CVEtTA. .. ,
Justice i
The Mediation Board-fnba3A BERLIN'A. SAWYERFor For Peace 1% "%M> f-OK MOMIWK tOINTT.IN ]'Al legislation than any yet proposed. The rein on inventories and by other econo- .: -Fre* Allen Ctr'*d-BbtTh II Second DistrictMYRTLAND "-n\.'.-:IU'.. ,.i SOFIX PKRK7. UK CCHSTAI "
1i2.liIVAN I
v Man Cs5pdX.ccb. 49 31 Re-election tmmrm. I OBCKi)o;KI>. '
.T miners will be wise to do some hard thinkIng mies, retailing has saved the people of .. Movie* Cominentary-n>bf. CATES I IIKNU IiA4L.HTT. |I I f To All Whom It May Concern: .
, 1:4S. -N>_ BJ'OI"'CIIstba' Plaintiff i[ Notice i I" hereby Klven that Ramon(
J: for themselves. America enormous sums of money. :S5-Five Minute trTew9- Mt For Sheriff I I v .UltltltrR- I IiLlrlS I tie la CueMa filed tun final report a*
For Justice of Peace i\KITN iissi.irii..fendant.. i\ Administrator ..f the eMate of Sofia
: "Resist further price increases to the :OO-rMerrv-Go-Roond M. SPOTTSWOOD 1 !I Perez de la Cuenta.alo known a a
Meet CorHn Archer. Skft-eb Second District Ollllfn (H.' PI III.l( ,'TIOTO > Sofia Perex de Cu.rta. dereai>ed '
11 ; : GREAT DISADVANTAGE : limit" is the policy retailing is following Meet Walter WincheH Time-ab* For'Clerk of Circuit Court : 41..A I>YS KM.I.\N IIAMUKTT, that he filed his petition for
Me tub ,
at Parley's- I I ROYHAMLIN ; Ri\ert.revzp. Rlvrr" idp Iirlxt- final difx-harRe. and that h.. wHl
I now. It may or may lot be successful ':15-Hollywood Cnt-ebo EARL R. ADAMS AUICU.I. Maine apply to the Honorable p ,
f Jft-PhB. and AllbeMIcke" A.,,, are hereby required to .mr.f: ;
appear Lord. County
:: If the rulers of Soviet Russia decide I most of the basic factor? that control thP1ICC Bouncy Serial bTheater I For Justice of Peace I to She Kill for "IMvnrce filed County Florida.Judge on the of 12th day

Guild Hour -abe For Clerk of Circuit Court I aKa in"t you In the above Mledrau of April. IS4S. for of
Second approval
that with the United i is advisable it1',8ch.. Hut District atne
war States lf-\el are beyond regardless Ira -Backus Comedy-mba I nfA r.r before the 3rd day ofIlsy. a.d for final discharge a* Admtnirtrator -

,- there will be no effort made to of the future trend it will work 10-00-Take,It.or_Leave.R-nbeEscape. FRANK BENTLEY I SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN I II A. I>, I'4X. ..tb.rwl.P the alU- of the estate of Sofia P.r.'ll
persuade '
.Dnma Sife-cb.- I irati<>n" ntained therein will betaken de la ( known ar Sofia

the Russian people that this is the :I with every weapon in its armory to save U:30Roraee Voice-of ReUt Strtac Show*-nb>n** For County Tax Assessor I II- (SAM) an and ronfexoedIxtne ordered. at Keyerf. ., Perez 12th day de of;'u"d March: IS4C- t. on lhl,.

p correct policy. the consumer dollar from more depre Strike R R1eb.-Qs.--cbet" CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO !t Florida. this :?nd ilay of April A. I l, (*!)) RAMO.N: III-: LA Cl'I:' TA,
I .
For ConstableFirst .
Commentary:on MOYI .b4Pt1 l> 14'* Administrator of the eMate of
.2 The people under a totalitarian regime ciation. -Amer1eaa' Serenade-mta I District 41.1||{( I'T COJ'RT. SKAL SofIa: IV rex de Ia Cue"ta. aIn
10-45-Network For County Commissioner II i It....,. < Sawder I known a, Sofia Perez de ('.......
7"' know'nothing of what their officials U.OO-.News ft Variety ftrv- *e First District j I CARL J. INGRAHAM Clerk nf Clrriilt. C.Urt.lnri.1.e ta. dereanedRnri.juf .,
t'vqalnaldo. Jr.. K? M
News; Variety. Dance S nn. < I
are planning until the plans are translated 1948 is just another "leap-year" for News_and' Danee Band. -bKews. e JOE ALLEN !I I; Attorney for Plaintiff I Attorney for Administrator. ,
." II For Constable I: : .\nfl. C 1onTWorthIVpiitT I ,13: .
into action. I Dance Band S brs.mbel29QDanegCestinue4..sbe.wsa ) mar -2* 27.apr 148.!
The contrast with democratic the average pedestrian. < $ I I Clerk I

:. methods: enough to demonstrate the difference For County Commissioner I I I -* -. Fijc&t..District . f al.r.1-lO-iI-L1545.: II-V THEIR'.T COI'HT. OF THF
HARRY H. JOHNSON I .:1..:\..'TH Jll>l. l\l. CIHrilT
between the two types of govern LET'S IMITATE THE SOVIET Your ,Horoscope First District I NCITH K TO ilSEillTflt. .OF THK "T'TK OF ....OR...%.-
J.,OTTO KIRCHHEINER j I (1131 Sec*. (15. lti) I l> .*M. FOH MONROi rill \T1.
ment. 4 * for Constable : IN TillSi IIT OP TIIF SoITI ] IN (HNCKH
S"tW ;1\} ftIJicy1948-! -' 1 I I Jl uC..:. MONHOK OIMr. I f'nae N.. 1.314
Some ten months ago, in this country, The Russian people have been informed The gresszV ra t""lS..w 'f r.C Commissioner j!! .' First District (1011111%. IN PIIORT:. HILI/ I. Jl.rFCOAT

Marshal A. full 1WAt. tayatid; wpli I i..cTirst.DisMct I C.: FLONEY PELLICIER J Ji I I: In re: F tate of I f Plalatiff.
-Secretary of State George C. Marshall first by Bulganin, deputy Pre- i < ARI, CtRttY. lMM-eaed '-5- lilt OlSIT.

: broached the European Recovery mier and Minister of the Armed Forces bring honors respite trial and W.CSUGAR) SWEETING i iI i TO AM CRKIHTORSNP. : PIn.I I JUnm.-r A. JFrFCAT. ...
Program. trouble. It is said to be "a degree !! wJO.CtabJe. I i I SIS IIAMM: LAIMV! OR HK- efendant

It has been talked about debated in Congress that the international situation compels the of Reward. There is usually an I ;'- Commi..ionel;l -I. District '''---1), "MASTS" and A....;.MNvT...h ..t you SAl I are> KSTATKo hereby: J I TO. OltMFH IIARRIKT OF A.Pins.ic.'ioI JtiI'i'AT.2lain ; .' '

ultimate attaiiiinejiUW i sacve'js I For. County. .- !: ., .notlfied and to I 9..::0 Street
and discussed Soviet Union to live "in : *- > present onylaimo
constant .
fightingpreparedness. : .
everywhere during Third DistrictCLARENCE BENJAMIN JT IERCE .- and demand uhlrh >ou or 1 Uiinn,bor... South Carolina
that period without effective action. ." but the way leads through much t1 t1For ( '. ;I either of toij. ma. have aKam..c theMate ) Tou are hereby required to ay
tribulation and .the jfrequent HIGGS! tB Dl ) .. of Carl ( urrdereaned.. late I pear I., the Hill of Complaint f.-r'
The gold-fish bowl procedures that be The Marshal bases his warning upon making and abandoning of plans. .>f aid "'ouny. to the (*,.unt) Judge 1, divorce In the abov styled s'su". on
C I ,.r ;Monroe f'ountFlorida. at his | or before the Jrd day of Ma>. *. !',
followed in a Democracy in order to obtain the danger of an imperialistic attack upon I i SUNDAY -APRIL 4.1948-Per- County Commissioner; For Constable ',I nffire in the court .....u". of aid i.1941. otherwixe the allecalior
Fifth District 1!! First District Count) at KeWeM. f..nrida withinI therein Will be taken a.. ronfe<* J
popular approval for policy place the Soviet Russia. It should not be too muchto I sons born this day have a brood I right alendjr.. month from the Thin order IK 1.. l>e published on.f.
nature. The is to WILLIAM G. CURRY 1 I BERNARD H. WAITE time nf the first publication nf th* I a week for four '..n..ul lie weekv
.: democracies at expect Americans to the ing temper apt 1I ..,
great recognize
a disadvantage in any same I I I I otj.tEoh:: claim .r demand rbal) In The Key We l Citizen a ne..

._ contest with totalitarian regimes. international situation that the Soviet min be somewhat vehement\oilent of and expression.the desires Fo County Commissioner j I! For Constable j>I pla IMin..e of writing remdenre. and anti Khali pure Hale Office the paper'"IIt. published t'lorldaI In the CJty ..f l.e,JW

I ad lrei." of the claimant and fcfeall lone *0.1 Ordered thIs 2nd 447t
ister should There is element of Fifth District Second District
reports. We likewise live an success in j be ,w.i-n to tSb,. ...110 Imant. Mat April A. [4. IUIi.I .

: If anyone calls) you an idiot don't be "in constant; fighting preparedness" and I those actIOn.lines which- require strenuous HARRY L. HARRIS I I JOSE ESPINOSA j j I Kent.-lainor, or demand hm attorney not,no and flIed any shall iruoh I (SEAL) Clerk nf the Ross CircuIt(' Sawyer Court

offended for an idiot is private be ready to meet attack which I i I In- \ I Monroe Conntr H -ri".,
a person, any mightbe -.f oidAnriim
I For' County For Constable r). rtmnr. Ii)". td> Kathleen No4ia..
not holding public office. For confirmation launched against this country either by I A complete weU- uipped soap commi"ioner'I' |I -II! administrator" of 'the I>!-I rvpul* Clf'W
Fifth Second. District .
i factory w'a6 found by archaeolo- I I tat. .f Carl Curry, d.ecaPd -. ALLAN R CLUAHE. JP-.
consult .
S. your dictionary. imperialists, aggressors or communists. ) s oliclt.r (*r Plaintiff:
gists excavating Pompeu.t&4f.t JOE JOHNSON .. I CHARLES G. PAPY I aprSlt24I. .: spr.3-t.ILj,1
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I' FHr'A1i fti-"l1fCA t SECOND GAME-Bob's ..Sport ,
Eastern Air, Lines ,ba et. ,, '. /' t I Shop vs. K ntor'3 Mess,SlzSi3.

ball!(cam' will in'vaeJ.e' K'r'Wetflorrpjroy ; :., : \ .' ,.. a. .
?: fur two games agatisSa'patr:4 (' The, \ Mfenu':vYRCA satzitotinces'its ; ...... i THURSDAY -' JI '

picked, Key West ,teatas.City" : :i&.Lfu ltummer*- caifip/n? ptt.Iake t..;t< 't I I I FIRST ',GAME Ranter's M;' r..
USS. Gilmore.
Shop vs.
Recreation: Director; pjuif : Rl',1s11yf'Aug jI t: i -, >
,, j SECOND GAME 1-- NAS vs.
G. Albury announced today ifcdt :}iS:2l.=kt:C uap isie>tai,fleLeen: .. .., -.4 "I' Adams Dairy. .

all arrangement had beep coma 1'' !!ntiA"' '.vF.ortda. tCah1V, .Wfnonaspeltto'alrlefrom I ': .... 'IIkf'F" I I
pleted: through his office lor. the* ......,
18.6' '
Mlamijhsr To 'come here for ,tlje| .of-tfBeJnfcludtotand: : ioffeis years four ' f i\Boy .SCOllt Troop i

garner lomorrow.. at Municipal;t I, week*of. .h lttl .cUUOf- loors.ililf J1t' & 'S
Stadium:ir).Poinciana Pt:re.. l\\t , .V: .welt, ioundld1 ,t Train Scheduled
The games' are sponsored'' Jiy'.pn>&tftra; shd' wtU p e entirely. under the mil:,.:'ina;'. .utt.taving, -. wonship ' (A. 'V irephoto) I I Tuesday EveningThe
supervision, Of the Island City\ sihging-'dahcingdramatic5 DICKSON Jcenterl. fit. Ltmis Cardinal pitcher, holds
Baseball League The foUr'nuin- 'li t4irlifts" *tChePy.'titsk.puts* Ih'e.lait:: ball he.;threw in a no-hit game he hurled. against the Boy Scout Troop Train to

sites in the league will select thai'sgqKad '"me:. . jKe.Yptk Yankee in'.!5L Petersburg Fla.. Tuesday With hits be held at St. Mary's Parish Hall

players and twq of the pilots wilt '.Ite,i'ratic Q e' )'Sow' ;open alVSTan MusUJ (left)., who cauqht.'John: Ll dell'a fly to center Tuesday April 5, Will be a fast

direct the teatns on the:field. j I! slid can --be -rnade. by' Titing to > field to end the. game and Del Rice (right, who caught part moving program, culminating in

Miami Eastern Air LineVis ones ffecreafion,,'Department! ,. YWCA .ci the game tot Dickson. The Cardinals won 7 to 0. ia moving picture to be shown
el,the strongest semi-pro baseball IDS St., E.: 1st ; venue. ,llamJ. j j.F.lrstfsf.i t Cit-
entitled "The Scout Trail to
chubs. In the southeastern 'part cif klorid3 .., o ... "
,. '" J <[ izenship. This picture. will fol-
the country ltd for the tw ; j
past ( 1
seasons, went U> th* finals In' the Fil+ij.rt. f wswer..wwr ; Junior Boys i! low the scout from his tenderfootday
until adulthood when he is-
Southeastern'' B asebelttTournament. I
Semi-pro *
: ..2FOBliWJNDlUmJJ.UGl.l .1 take duties
; ready to over' as. a
It is managed 'by: :
J5e* TwrfceT' "art '''eli Sotitiett'Leagueprofesslonal t! 5bftbaU Caiiies..To Be :; responsible Parents of citizen.all scouts: are urged_ .

: ,whp_W U'be'j : PliaypdWednesday i| to attend _to help their _-.on's local.fens as Ip ."t- . ., ; troop win the.special prize to .be
ing woo the'Dade County Leagues < ii.ti>RO :AGuzj i < : presented for highest parent attendance
nla'Key' a
championship last ,season Yih Park
West team .-.t.\. ;; ......a..... 1- Bayview that night.
was a member ,
; Fred Frohock chairman t>f the
of the circuit. v : aiad "aies 6f Sports ; leadership training program,; stat- '

Island City managers ..propose1putting' 1". ithiV.... ...... -a,1318aaQ.l.te ( 4 I GAMES,: ARRANGED BYCITY'S 'It -AtI ; ed today that the Boy Scouts in
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the two very'strongest*4 Cetr.West.birPball I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS ; Key West were in need of scout-
teams possible oh the field' and club njade/a'.bidlforia i berth in RECREATION :| ma.sters."a d interested citizer.1I ?
ftel' that Key West has:a .good,the-FI&rlda-InterriaUonal.: league. '" I (Know America) ;!I I assit in this important work

chance to 'win.ons or' both" of thergsroes. : rJits..*?.:. Apt* afleri for, entry DEPARTMENT START I George Jc-asel actor. producer,: and expressed: the desire that

}Into.. the Tlotida International humorist, born in New York. 50':! persons interested would .attend
The first contest will get ,Mil-t league wa filed by*Ray Hamlin AT3:45P.M. years ago.Admiral. I j the meeting. .
der. way :prom tJy'at' ,1:!O p:rn. 7! Wth tte- President of the league, Thomas C. Kinkaid I
The first of
series of Jun-
11 who; aired Hamlin to' be at a a commanding the Eastern Sea'',! Seeks Divorce *
met ftng-" t the league 'i ior Boys' softball games planned Frontier, born in Hanover, N. H. '

andS i Sl t tgT J n.i.;; /1tjl:possible key Y'1| by 'the City Recreation Depart- 60 years ago. i:j A oetition seeking a divorce
:Wails ,. \ 1\1U:,.be...entered in 'th e '&e% ment under the supervision of1 Lieut. Gen. Hubert R. Harmon, !.j was filed yesterday in the office
-- n : 355.3.-meeting;,was"to take place Mrs. Jane Hopkins Whidden will senior Aif Force member of the .: of Circuit ,Clerk Ross C. SawI -

r ,I atrEI. Corainodofo; Hotel be held next Wednesday after- UN Military and Naval Staff I.I yer by', 'Ivan Harry Hamlett
I JACK DELAlfEYWAILEt :j I : ,J ft-3; A: Awvpdo of the Raidffe noon at 3:45 o'clock at Bayview Committee, born in Chester, Pa..I'.' against Gladys Evelyn Hamlett.
led the=Island City baseball j Park. 56 years ago. ." "
U.... "j; I leaguetn: hljtnij with an average I Poinciana and Division streets Harry P. Davison, vice presi- dor to IFaq born in Buffalo N..Y.
"The tournament is --J11 --()f C43& 'folloxvfd by Roberts' elementary schools which will dent of J. P. Morgan -Co., born' 55 years ago. "

fishing 4QO Pony: Alonzo 373, P. Rueda., play the opening game next Englewood. N J., 50 year: ago. Maj. O n. 'Junius W. Jones or
for another"' setback due the to higIIwinds 353. Berg 34S, aM'Baker 344; Wednesday are expected to draw John Corbino of. Rock port, the Sacramento Air Material

that are keeping Chaf Jan. ft.-Ttojans- lost to Blue quite a crowd of youthful Spectators Mass., noted artist, porn; in Italy. Area btfrn. inJackson, La,. 53. ...
ter .bUtttt'.fe .
Boats In at their docks
I Sox'after sit 'eleven inning battle at the park. The compe- 43 years ago. years ago."
U.qofhlng that can be done inste,U aal score being 3 to tition between thc:,::e two schoolsis Henry R. Lure, publisher of Cap /CranviUe Conway. president
abut' It. :so. all we' can do' is sit'.2._,J3iaz...won::ovc"L.,Malgrat at I. very keen. Time, born1 in China(Af Ambri- of Cosmopolitan.>Shipping.
$d''Wttt.: L. ," + ,: the.rc. I y. 'utadium.: 'Alburyj J. .The Key West JuniOr Boys can partnlS). 50'years'agb. ' Lorn Cambridge.. Md!. 50 years
The lessons learned, from the!i Nayarrp p-\ and: .Dayila- each hit Softball League is being organ- George Wadsworth, Ambassa- ago. .
'tournanvpt. held this 'year -will,.two safely jfot the;.Trojans, 'and ized under the same plan as last , ----- - -
come iQ handy for the lournamnt .! the" .oilier.'game r.ead"like this: summer's league and for the ben-
that will be put on next::Piratesruns. .Red.,Raiders 4. efit' of the public elementary ,
yean The committee has been j'Sallnero' 'won..::the 'iirst' game of schools in Key West'which includes ERROR MISSED HAMBLETON AS.Brorttt ,

forced to learn the hard way, but'the;)\eai ana Carbonell. and ViI- boys of 6th grade and, under 't *
it has been valuable experience'1:Jaf ealj:iff ere Mhe {Qsers., Sterling ,' ;' Sk- '

for all of us. : fllc\/.Vifareal'ezchhit'twd: safely Harris School children who are Dog Cues Astray; Sill Bate Trying TQ Find Him
.The charter-boatmen have been Ih : tOt; kt ii' -and"Santana. ..Alonzo interested in organizing a school :
are than kind.. and in many< in-j J, atld-$aUnm each'hit;two'for the team are requested to call Miss . t tlr
stlnC'esTety patient with the., tflnfteri>-' 'E. 'i VV": ; Hopkir'i, 138-W at her home on SHE
tournament committee, since they I. ; Jam's;:ilf. RoyJHtmlJh went to Sunday or at the park on Mon .
realized, that with the 'possible; the: ;:Flc'ida.jbteliatiQhal .league day. Only one team representing ; .
o&ttpUoDof'une or two most : Players' contract Error a mongrel dog, the mascot rinity of the Bachelor Officers'
U* knew little o rnothing about >ke.iano'r'5yere d in the the league. : 1 t
fishing.. league,.and Key -West, will get blanks roan obtained. from of the USS Hambleton, a des Quarters. Please locate Error and
Incidentally, the charterboa't tftcf fiist'opehftig.InThe"league.Jan. . Miss Hopkins at the park and troyer mine sweeper mi-sed the I .ship him to Charleston. C..
must and returned by vessel when she sailed out of here I We*will all expenses of ship-
men are trying to fix up a building ,.;;if.'tmTMDnm molt over .be signed I 'I pay
at the docks which they call the battingleadefship the base- Tuesday night.Coast : yesterday bound for Panama 1'' uing." ,
museum.. In it will be mountedfish ball"ltigug./'wIth a' 3s3 average City. !, The commander of the base im-

in all the classifications for ahd-vA Acevedtl'dropped: to' 380 Guard 1 Ordinarily Error is roped fast I I I mediatelynotified the crews of
to the railing of the Hambleeon.But .
the' public. to see. Most of the Berg 3M6bd,1Ioberts'339.. all the;whips here to be on the
tourists who come to the IslandCity .;Jam-9.-This week'Tony"Headftneo'f the dog was missing when 'I lookout for Errcr.
in da--4 HereOn i the Hambleton set sail for Pana- "I when we find the
have never seen anything ',bOrJ; eat.pitchers Recruiter su
larger than, a bass or trout or;pawed-io'the rea1 be- ma City. i| dog and ship him to Charleston,
-. E7inr1L'Stattdings antically mernUrrs of the the Hambleton's will takei
It ) did. : crew
some fish similar'to the onl these. they.c .. in the'Island April 6thChief crew searched the U. S. Submarine :i i disciplinary action against Error -
consequence y way ,
Base looking for the animal "
remaked Naval officer
City bas bl1tSeeiu : Pirates a
M be convinced is to bee MOWn: I
800 Then the captain 'of the vessel today :-hey will probablyput
wott J.-and :2'ayerage;: ;
During the an of the U. S. Coast
war. English
Red Raidees Ivan.8 td' lost 4, av.erago600'Tmjahs blew the whistle. The Hambleton him in the- brigand place; him
boat in to West for West, at the .
put Key sups 3 and lost Guard will be in Key sailed. It w:; a dreary lot and water diet. .
plies, and while loading"the skip won Post Office Building, Tuesday, ; of seamen who departed. on a breast

per came!MP town to hire djatJ 3r 7;.aDcS average log 1ltW'.900 r:_egh3al Blue Sox: ; won April 6, during the hours of 8:30 I I Then late yesterday the com t . . a.". a . .

ter boat Captain John West "Jtnl.ll.-C0nnJ 'r MackV.manager a. m. to 5:00 p. m.. in the interest mander of the Key West Naval STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE
tjtok the man out for a 'f \ tbe'Athl'ettes 3Kln.Hanilin'aea4 of' recruiting men to serve in i Base received a wireless mes- TRIUMPH
writ : -
p and returned a short while the U. S.- Coast Guard. sage from the captain of the
later.after'catching jus1nEt bar.. ; Y-ih: ;V>.qu. ;.like foi&1kI..t Men between the ages of 17- :i Hambleton. The wire read: j COmE
1.bU-et.or.:1lt least
th@ +l* :
r 'cuda: . ( the 25' and ex-servicemen may contact i 1 "Error failed to board the ves- i MILL
' Island"Ct t 3 Hl lJti; ? MJin.AralPif : atAll
,benefits offer- .
returning so soon* the skipper = teV'wdn." "first half tit.1litai' tion regarding the a large brown dog, wearing a
told him: "You see, I've heard ; : : the ed, incident to a peace-time ca collar with license plates and Grocer
f Wd
about the big fish caught in Key :tM74d* : 4 -leer' in the oldest military organization. 1 name .plate. Last seen in the vi s, . ts. . : ... .' ... .
West waters and I did not beg aridaNeRaiderswon BliW39Xjjby' >(; ofeyof':7-to:ihe Red The ratings of RM, ;i --- ::-----= = ;;

lieve i It. 'I made up my mind g over EM. MOMM, AETM and ETM are I
score'.of.? t):
yV ar
'ItOj$?S' ? ex-members of II
offered to
I ever came to Key West I was Baker.ierniitez'arjd VUlarealeachfijl being I
: who II
going out fishing to be convinced. fpr'the win- the Coast Guard and Navy
Now'when I return to home previously held one of these rat
my bets; grief'JJjNavtfrroJpr4 the:"ro-
Liverpool, I can' tell them that l3hetwere the'lhd n;:,,$ eeeting ings.. Itl.straeJ Alwla 1
Key West does have the best '
the Trejahs-ohehii in the R 2oqt T
allowed The
I Read the Classified Ads FOUI SIZfS-PtOMPT DELIVERY .
fishing waters and the largest fihirr J. Navarro who came Pet Ua> Ai..l2S0.
seventh by tnearto Citizen. .SeO. 1000,3000 IIS.DAILY CAP. able wSth G..u=
the world, because I have beantljtre .
entering the hall of fame r .
: ... off Lwc. Dante .rrb..w4
Provide oo fotapemrve. convenient source
and caught them. ;Jan. 14. B- C. Papy, Jr.. W"IS. a .i..d .c.. M.wy .. F/tctrc Moi.r R} '
VIdo.. hot know whether or not *>., co w wipim e 12 moMtt'i wrvice. R< pnatw R.fnRcra
turned :Captain1 of the Varsity j jbaak'etUll Your Grocer SELLS That Good M MM iomlr clK .j jkeovy gwII d tww Vwu.
trte following is true but I have club. | 0-Hr lfri *rohcw UwL . , -
heard It'from quite a few sources STAR BRAND (OnfeuAud/+,s.4u .e CM*
that I believe are impeachable, leteli -.prizes.Now; It weonly Ado-re Rrrc?> PRQDWCT5J070 CD

All of us read of the fishing hid a'Key West P could 11' 'AMERICAN COFFEE RFCO-PHILA NAO AIN >*kiff MI* ,
tournament ,put on at Lake put.on4 nt :like that and CUBAN
ApopkoT located in central Flor- 1nctd ntaUlf: any' of you ere ---- Try A Pound Today
ida, with its thousands of dollarsIn traveling through that part of I -1
prizes. the state whet Lake Apopka is Sun and Storm
This is the way they tell It was located\ p'off a while and vises Ct I)-

put onJIM : it there, It's ,a, pretty city and; aAUTOMOBILE so (\1 ALL METAL
) were caught in the lake; restful, too. ,It will be well worth -
pulled out and an aluminum strip your while.SCAL89t II \ AWNINGSWhen
black in the tail bearing on it -, I We fill all prescriptions when

various monetary amounts, such Taut old car starts giving you OPEN-ll'. A DUtlnclite Awning

as' $1000, $100. Any way, prizes :torhe first time since the trouble.
line of When CLOSED-If'j A Storm Shutter
w" ( W. carry a complete Perfect
assorted amounts on fish both. opening of the. tournament this{
large and email.Fishermen haJ to without|
column gone press
Spark Plugs. Fan
going to Lake Apopka single entry being received. We . Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice of Colors,
entering the tournament were ga< around the Chouse hoping I AT YOUR SERVICE Monogram or Design
paid prizes in the amount shownon i agtinet hope that entry DAY OR NIGHT Simple Operate FHA Terms Model oa Demonitrallen
the tail of 'the fish, which;, :wov;ld show 'UPI but,It, looks PHONE 1178 Installed nnrkO 614 GREENE ST.
mikes the tournament interesting as bough tMt will. bi nothing by LEE IStlUd PHONE 4Phoae
from this standpoint even someone d lhl-:uhti)', thevweather. clears. 1ANEancISHINE for FREE EatlmdeU .
--that knew little about fishing On. well you can't except. to 1WJ BERTHA STREET
.being able to win one of the have everything In life.


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; Nighf !Pities :His Year I| RATES I!is 3c a word and the minimunt DEADLINE. t

: | Regular charge for the first 15 wordsor To insure publication, e t
f.' |' Advertisements less is 45c. must be in the office before Ti
TOTAL OF 150' RESENT r- r. | head will be PAYMENTPayment o'clock on the day of pubiieation. t
t. )1 |, Citizen fit1 the rate of for classified advertisements f .

.LAST NIGHT AT FTNAL IVjg_ ,. !t ('Ej f: | for. each l1 .insertion, is invariably in OFFICE j !t
minimum charge for advance but regular advertisers Business office in The Cit1 -
; .1 PANTY,HERE AT?YMCA Set :For OpPt !' f" ..U words bt less is with ledger accounts may zen Building, corner Greea

=.. } 1Br ck1'Face T lave their advertisements and Ann Streets. Door to the 't

.-., n, *. .. -.r nUILDINGI f .- ,. .., po.. I I Q"",hands y Ni !tf g The rate for charged. right on entering building.. : ..r"!, -

".JAn SjUdifncc of 150 'ere in. attendance -, *.';' t.i. .> l1lfhl1HlmW1lllIf IIUIIIDIIDDJllIW ll IIHn llIUI UmllftlllmmllUBJH mini "

/ 'at' {he final "Fun I *r GINGER SUDDATH ALL ADVERTISING IS under the following conditions: In the event of error ia ad.Q

+ Night"; program ot; this season 1 Things' 'were leyer; so gay" at Dg. transient or will be responsible only for the first insertion in CLASSIF1IQ: ,

sponsored by the 'Chamber. of I -'Bam..Theatri on Duval street ''ADVERTISING and in ADVERTISING for onlr the actual amount of space occupied1!* ; .

Commerce last night. '* last,- night: __!cIrl;. Samson ajtechocolates the part of the .d.ert the error occurs. ',
Starting at. 8:00 p. m.v the 'entertainment I .. ..
: read the Bible, had ---- - --- ---
'consisted' of community hysterics and murdered. Dan- I POSITION BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 1 FOR RENT'
singing, a talk about sea ,
:had too-twice, and
shells found
in Key West
waters given by Raul \asquez.,I teat himself on. the head andtried I Lady desires work. ARCADIA, FLORIDA. commercial Office space in the heart of d

and a program 'of ..songs .and 'to seHtijie place on fire. light:office duties, hotel in a thriving South : town Key West available Aa II
dances by pupils of., the Poin Various watchers and droppers-I 1 some typing. Central Florida community. I 1st for long or short term 1 1dIi
ciana School. in laughed and felt dent. P. O. Box 728. I Grossing $2,000 per month, 50 I Six large airy
'. la recognition, for volunteer run cold and -the director was I rooms, each with private or i in size from 18 x 16to
service during the winter season delighted.There" was even a spot connecting bath. Concrete block 18, suitable for lnditUII
of Fejnperexnenteh. Paul elevator. 8 or suite of offices
of "Fun Nigh entertainments, .' FOR SALE-USED construction, ground space lW
Mrs. Grace Crosby and Miss All these' emotions were I floor stores 4 furnished apartments for almost any professl
Gertrude Laubscher were aroused by participants in 2 warehouse buildings service. Plastered high
corsages for having given presented one of the final .rehearsals for 1936 Dodge 4-door sedan all presently rented. For imme- ings, walls always light,
Eiqlytf Williams'. murder mystery Apply 915 Angela cash. Some and comfortable. Com
man yhours of Service Both of diate sale. $75,000
them .were, present at all the. 14 "in three- acts "Night Must 4:30. terms if desired. Harold V. decorated. Move right in. I

consecutive, performances j.x .. Fall which opens a .six .dayriot I Condict Realtor Orlando, Fla. plete facilities, including
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Since January 15, the fIrSt )pro- on Monday;April. 1941 Buick sedan apr3ltxjWANTEDtotANSPORTATION and women's washrooms:
: fof the season Anneis accustoming herselfto heater. Inquire t 9267 write P.O. Box :
gram 2.704,tourists j or ,
ilia? I
which she I
I Ii
.Paul's rlasses; . :
endwinter visitors have attended { aj
the parties, it bQp.q.g.'ed for the production per ," ,
was by
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of .bon rims and '
cause- their;big i
. Chamber officials. No.admission' ; Ruth is'wprjied about the management '42 Plymouth, black, ple desire ride to California ,, Newly furnished upstairs :tft
was charged at 'anytime, :'g-. '' f tier "teeth." *A Jcel- : dan. $850.00. F. T. or 'points en route after April i bedroom flat Electric e'erelectric !
penses being absorbed by : the with'. relief pervades, the cast house, Fort Taylor, 6. Share expenses driving. I Frigidaire hot yr
Chamber of Commerce for providing rag of''trepldatibn not unmixed Court,.No., 10 References. R. Barber. 322 I utilities water, etc., all ta
enlecrtainmcnt tour- and:the director, one imagines f Grinncll Street (upstairs). I ished. Tile bathroom,' '."

Jits ing-'the who winter.were in the city- .dur-. '- as opening night approaches. FOR SALE apr3.2tx kitchen. Must have* first -a ,
The' cast is,.as follows: Mrs. I last month rent in adva
The following participated. in Brarason, Ruth Newton; Danny, 1939 liar ley.Davidson t -.. WANTED TO RENT Apply after 7 p.m. 1568 SI.mary
last night's programMrs. Stanley Paul Baron;'.Olivi .' Ann Carleton cycle. Inquire at 722 .. Street . tnar3l .
ttolick, Mrs. J. T Tnideau.; I. ; ,
PhOAe. -
Mrs. Marjorie Curry. Miss Bea ; Mrs. Terrance Barbara 1535M. i or 3 bedroom apartment or I ;.
Iorcno.'E. F. Hoover;Fred Hen: Bunn; Nurse Libby. Lorraine house,' furnished or partly I Small 1-bedroom cottage; fkkrt4 Ii
Pepper Dora Parkoe. Faye Rob German Exacta B Naval Officer ished. April 1st to Nav" .
Catherine Pratt Ronnie furnished, "By
nine, : ,
Pinder and pupils from the fifth erts.; ;.Hubert#;:.!.4dwJ: Guerette; lens. Shutter speeds wife and six-year-old daughter. I. $75.00 a mo. Apply 1269 ,n
grade of Poinciana School.West : InspedtOT Be&lze/Divid Newton; 1/1000. Self timing .. Have shore duty. Phone ion St, upper rear. Ph. 156&
Lord,''Chief' :Justice,*Guy Carle- 702-J. ,' I .790, Ext 310. aprl-3tx .. aprl
. ., .. ton.-'who is' also the director. I
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.0.I.K .stage ni.ana.ger. White porcelain table. Charming small corner house liv4
: ; In : assisteR&y' SkJenk; >and point electric range. WANTED TO BUY ing room, bedroom kiteheaj

committees .are'as follows: Properties Call 1172-J. dinette bath. $135. Apply B3

: Cone Joseptunff,.Tri Helen' to buy, Pick-Up Truck, A-l, Citizen office. .apr2-:=bJ
Days IJyAS Cutter; 'Lig t ng,; Russfd : Albright Household furniture. 194042. Call 235-R. aprl-3tx
*' : Seceflery; Burt Garnett riage. 45-1 Poinciana. J Two-bedroom bungalow. Cou ti

TAKEN FROM FILES'Of* and ""Barbara Ann George; Costumes 1181M. J i to buy, 1940-1942' Ford and grown child preferred. ..
THE CITIZEN OF Helen Skierik; Make-up. or Chevrolet. Call 235-R. month. Apply Paul's Tire Slwpapr23d'
:' APRIL 3. 1331 Ethel Gibbs; i'_Publicity Jack Harley Davidson I aprl-3tx

11 bim ,_. Locher.-t :Ganger:;..Suddatly; and good condition, $ )

.: Key West Yacht Club held g pram ters, Dan Challu. '' and Ginger Elizabeth. Street. !! FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE I Two-bedroom house, redecorated
.Suddsth,.? *- *;* . { furniture. Modern In4
meeting last night to try to;determine I new |(
site for clubhouse. Tickets for this last:'Key WestPlajers White outside paint J 20 14 all
on a a room. x ; new i
Two sites under : production the season el, $2.75 per gal.; ]' any kind of property in Key kitchen-dinette.' 8 x
maybe(lobtai/ied the PauL .West, home, hotels, motels
tiuh,'one near a ronsidfa.: \8nd Taylor anfl'.lhe other in Smitha.ookaop.(phone 202 for gal. Florida tested,roof or, business locations'contact pie- or ,with one :
re sefvationseaigdat'the.door before 'Paul Boysen, 626 Fleming St,
4 ,. ', '75c
Bight. &
risori ., per gal. Doherty around rent, $110.00
... .. 8:30 curtain.tatrh night. Phone 153.mar2412tx -
.: . dliv\a.cot'. Packer. I Available immediately.Gnhnell
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Senator Claude Pepper du V
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to..'h Live herc.thisl1 afternoon'to Neic MembersTo s Property owners. We have immediate I

matte ajCpeech' tonight in t Bay- ...... ,Five-room house and apr3.1lx'I buyers for Key West modern furnished bouse.
view Iark"irithe interest ofjhis 'ff! Jjjitiuted4PW 41.4 x 92'.6". 1300 business properties. Income or $85 monthly. Apply 626 Grin
candidacy for' for'renomination. -,4 v ter Street Call at vacant lots. Preferably Duvalor nell St apr3$3d
V Club Street Fleming. Also listings of oth- I

: Everett W. Ru sc\l' fornja\tr. i < ; *' ). :*'s I er properties there, or on the Furnished cottage couple ono y
announced asacandi4atefor various Keys F. i
today 440-ft appreciated.
'Initiation,of new members who oceanfront Stock pets. Apply 1128 Margate
the nomination "oS represent Ready for cabins, B. Emerson, Broker. Specializing
Street Phone 846-J. apr3-Jti
ha srVcenOyx .
joined KeyesttBusmea
tative in' the legislaVure from Vjf the dence. Bargain. Fla. Keys since 1923.
Monroe. county. \..,"- W ahd alWoiDen's W.A.R., Citizen. I Emerson Realty, 233 N. E. 14th
-=---. .* .. 'Cijlb'ill be held at alain St., Miami. Phone 32211. I
M.-'s." A. Einhorn. thival and ,party!intne patio.' of the Bl'and'new Kohler ,& f mar26-10tx
Olivia streets, left yesterday for -Wfti( head.sJied.home of Mrs. spinet piano with Nicely furnished apartment, he4I
water. Adults only. First aAIt
Edward GrahamWednesday
Miami to attend the funeral this
rifice. after 7
Corner lot 50x100 Margaret and last months' iflf
eve'ning,at:8:4'ck ak. rent payable
morning of her uncle H. T U3-
Seminary Street. Virginia. Phone 1453-R. advance. Write Box F-19 cAfc
cher, formerly of Key West. ': 3trs.-JSdna*Van. Acker, of Miami ,
.,. . '- .. -. dis'trictfdirector.of the state I One wheel trailer; apr22txMISCELLANEOUS Citizen Office. mar31-6Hf: "

Mrs. T. O. Nottage. who has 'federafi&n''iyJlfpfpsMfe over the canvas top. Baby
been,visiting Mr. and,Mrs.' Carl initiation jfd&reinoniesl induetmg I| condition. Bottle Furnished 4 room apartment-
Bervaldi-Francis street,:returned: .the;25".m { b rs"who have beenaccepted I Cheap. F. E. irons Finest location. $135. Atofr
vacuums and "
Box A-l Citizen office.
into' the1
yesterday to her homeui Miami organization
fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone apr2-3tl
duriptI| ,-past few months. I'I 1164-M.
Mrs.'-I. N. Meftzer and son, : Past tate'.pf evident Vina Bctterly Motorcycle 7000 miles. aprl-tf
Curtis arc visiting the formers : ...of'HialeaH.. /ho has takenan 621 Whitehead street. For Furnished apartment on a lease
mother,' Mrs..Charlei Curtis, Si- active interest in all activities, guaranteed plumbing and re- basis. Inquire Citizen Office.
1 pairs. Free estimate. Call
monton and Caroline streets. of the local group since its inception I' John apr-R
Curry, 512 Margaret St.Phone .
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two years ago will aLo bo 6-drawer maple 781. '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wardlow an honored guest. I e'. ;'youth's bed and aprl-tf Furnished apartment completed.
and sons. Jack and Billy.<,who had Following Hi? ceremonies. a fant's clothes private and strictly modern fr-
been visiting relatives. in Key buffet supper and social eveningwill l' 527J. ,Register stead for placement Home one couple. No children. RIa'-_
West, returned today to their be enjoyed; by all membersof Employment Service 16 sonable. year around ren 1. '
McCrory Arcade, Homestead,
home in Miami. the club. 7.8 Firestone Champion Four largo rooms c-ombinatten.
phone 269-W. Prompt
motor. Used very shower and tub bath. all etac-
Mr. and Mrs Charles Russell, The number of sludcn's in U.
formerly of Key West who had collesc-prade schools increased Park. Specialists in lovely garden. 4W
relatives left washing machine Caroline ,J.
been visiting here. abowt 43 St. Phone 192 .
per cent between 1930 repairs, all makes. White
this morning for Fort Lauderdale.. a.d ilrrO.: Universal electric wringer rolls. The Traders, apr3-4tx

Citizen ing machine. Phone 1431, 130 Duval St.
Todsy says in an FOB SALE Patterson. Furnished apartment twin beda
editorial paragraph: aprl-tf Frigidaire. hot water, wa+ :hlnfmartiine.

."It's .pretty soft for dictatorsrIicn Plumbing, Sup .:&>'' complete Motorola auto radios to Dressmaking. Specialize in boys' Everything coipplete-
\ they know their opponentsare ly furnished. week
stock. from $1500
Plastic tile paints and $42.50 up. and girls' clothing. Alterations. per
too humane to go to war. : brushes.hurray's Plumbing, stalled. Bridge Radio Montzclle's Dress Shoppe, 518 Phone 798, between 8 Bad I

EQUIPMENT. PRIZE IS 1532 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami. 5th St., Miami. Fleming St. mar24-26tx P.M. No children or pets.aprStf.
; Ha. Phone 7J421 aprl-tf !
I Two large ice boxes Anyone wanting two cocoanut
TROOPS'OF KEY WEST Man's bicycle, good balloon tires, restaurant Delmonico trees now producing may have FOR RENT-ROOMS

Paul Brick. field executive of : very cheap. 1900 Staples Ave.apr32tx. rant 218 Duval them free. Paul Mesa 417
518. Light housekeeping rooms, $10 to
1 Southard Street Phone 627.
tHe South Florida Council Boy $15 per week. 411 William St
Scours of America, .announced apr22tAlicia
today that a prize of troop equip- '29' Chris-craft: sleeps four very r Miscellaneous items of marl111ZNewly

ment Mould be awarded the Boy good condition, possibilitiesgood f furniture. -Cheap. I B. Carvel. Realtor, 16 Mc- ad
charter boat. Phbnc refrigerator. Simmons furnished rooms hot
'Soout Troop with the largest percentage Clory Arcade Homestead, Florida
of attendance at the Boy .1366-W. ,: aprS-btx mattress and box list your property.cnt.. !I cold running water. Freffl
Scout Troop Train meeting to be new. Double icon sell, lease. mar27apr3103txLOST 1000. Duffy's Tavern
held at ,St. Mary's Parish Hall A.Y CHICKS 1401 Pctroma. nWr3 -3U

next Tuesday night.
Bnck .urged that all ,chi fig. ,BABY :CHICKS Bloodtested Cocoanut plants 50c .. Room with private bath Twin
:roups delegate their: rcpfe.jentaflTveTs Leghorns Reds; Rocks, Unsexed ,South Street Alligator purse on Duval Street. beds. 1396 Division btreet
"toattend thij ,"meeting. $.;. 5per 100. Heavy Mixed Finder may keep money if purseis apr-
Tire fjaycees. have: appointed $6.93. Jumbo Broiler Chicks Double corner lot 100 x J returned. Bratlien, N-3 Ft. Comfortable double' at
three mba to attend and 6thtr; $2.93. Ship C; O. D. LONDON side lot 50 x 100. Taylor. apr2-2tx rooms
I summer rates. Young's Toarfat
clubs expected to follow suitas POULTRY Box 1844, Trenton, : Manna, corner \Va ;
Rest 1721 Flagler. Ph1172J. &'
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soon as meetings arc held. ,; apr3-lt William. Phone zipper wallet with I.D. .
Boy Scout training 13 important 1 I cards, personal papers. Reward. -- "-pr2-2t*
in forming the character of Started Chicks 3 weeks old. Charlotte Ruth Atkinson, 1203 Furnished room. 636 Gnnoell- St.
boys to become successful leaders i N. H. Reds'anfl, R. I. Reds. 100'. New folding patio.. lawn Newton St., Apt 3. $6.25 single $7.50 double P<*
of the world of tomorrow.Thec . bloodtested, finest quality. chain, white metal apr2-3tx week. apr2-2tx
importance of this training $13.95 per JOO. Send
money order. vas and seats. -- **
is readily evident, Brick said, II . No started chicks shipped near City Halt Rewardif _ .FOUND"
when it is revealedthat 95 per COD. Give express office. returned to corner A\e. E '- - -
tent of all Congressional Award Supply limited. Rush order j Electric refrigerator and 17th St apr3-2U Bicycle Owner-m-;; acquire '
winnecb; in the last war had been Quality Poultry Co.. 4415 Mon-i size. Perfect same upon positive proof <+* .;
members of the Boy Scouts of j! ticcllo Rd,' Columbia, S. C. j anteed. Phone 1362. / out of Reward ownership and pa>ment' of advertising \
.: ring.
Araenca x St
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;- :r.r : IIII.. .r IIIII. III"illllJt1r." IfI--'rIIIIIII"[ a certain product or serrke U needed WILL.DIRECf YOUTROPICAt ': st
t. .11-- and there U doubt as to where IHJS DIRECTORY

! ;1 i F'BEttNY'SMotor Eit'L; ; a ; .4tt 1 y I to buy U ... ....... ....................-........................ -
Court ...........................................: :. : :
t t : : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 ., : .. -Y WE REPAIR ITI! : : : POOR OLD CRAIGService :
909 Simoiitoii St. : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS; "* ...If I t..I 8""EI n u..c"." WE SELL I T I : : :

I. :: of'BENNY FERNANDEZ :. Plenty of Action Toy for the ChildrenElectrical "' : We Wffl.CtUforjuid Deliver : ; WHITE STARCLEANERS : :; Station :
: : - .0'Yaars r\e\ no. la lkttkal Work : : : PHOKC: 1194Frmadi
I fl"-- : J. H. Mnms x
Serving : .
: .BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 : Appliances.Reriairf \' : .. , t 1'1 1"' L : and Otrteloa Stncti :
: I :'
f F : .LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 ................................!.......l..*,..1 k....!I.': . 2'1.1 DDViil'l-t :: : Marco Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop. : :: Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :
I : D INNER. S to 8:30 :; ..................................*..*.*.fipfV \L Il. ",\t' .EtE'eTIt.C'. }* 'Yi :Pil>f Kk u :. S22 701 SIMONTON DUVAL STREET : .. Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Deafer"TONY5 : ,
I The Beat of Steak: :.. .:. ,. : ..............'"...................." .. ........................-.................................................... ;
.S. .,. .: Short Orders-San6wiches HOME: SUNDRY STOKE/. .Cn.. tC-:1.-............................ .. :. : Dry Cleaningand eeeeeeee e**
a; !Ia I... At All Hours ..: :: 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHJTE_. d=. . THIS SPACE' AVAILABLEApply .. :. Pressing24HOUR : :. AUTO AND : .
Try Our Frozen t'F SERVICE : !
: DRINKS .: :. Tour ialroaaQ4ttadlad' : . ' : S: Free Pick-Up and : : BODY SHOPS :
r : Open ft''k'1.ay.;\ Ice Cream Proprietary MedicineSick : :: Apply to the Delivery i Service 60i-05 GREENE STREET :
" : 8 : : ; j : : SUITS for MEN : : .
........................' : Toilet Room Supplies! -School'SupptUt: .*. .: .: Advertising Department .: .. and WOMEN .: .: Auto I Painting S45( to S55() : '

......... Prepal'G'on'.Gnd-At1lclu. .; .i.iii. .. .. : : Further Details : : Ma PHONE 282 : BODY and FENDER REPAIRS

10"r: AT A REASONABLE PRICE : :......................! ......................................a*****
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: WASHING MACHINERepairing : : : : ............. .: . .. .................'..........................
8 :. :. .: MUMFORD and ROSS ...................... ............ ... : :.....t*.............: ; BEAUTY :,
1 : : : : : SIIOPPE :
Exclusive Monroe Distributor : : I
, : :. : County forCarrier : : : :: LOPEZ : Overseas Hotel SIS Fleming St.bIECIIANICS .
". : ; :.r- :
, \ . : AirConditioningS33 DRY GOODS : DONALD BARBER
SS :. Not SalesmenFactory .S. for Domestic. Commercial, {,V. :: : :: :: 1106.OLIVIA STREET : : Funeral Service : :. v u We Specialize In : 1
: : : ,. e HOME : : i .
: Hair
-. : Treatments Dyeing
: Trained Methodsby Men ...."....-.............PHONES.:.. ._.:.......-.:...-.-*...-_....I1U......... S. .. PHONE 373 : : Established 1885 :r .: 175 ALL TTPK Or. HKLK1K; CtrHTllPERJIANK.MT :,

:: EASY ABC : :................................ ......., ..,,........ :' Lei, Tlw.c.Serre, .: : Licensed Funeral ,....Plume............................WAI...ESSTELL'S .".........
.. i KENMORE MAYTAG SPEED : .: ..: ..IF/io Scree'Best -:-:: Specializing. : :. Directors and : ..............................................,.
: QUEEN and OthersWhile : : . NEVER' .... in. : : i'Tt. "
HOTPOINT8S? WE HAVE : : NOOKScientific /
Eiiibulmcrs24Hour I BEAUTY : .
: .
: Wringer Roll : .. .. ., BETRAYED. A TRUST-. . Culturein ( i
t Jr/ Beauty :
: Refrigerators Disposals and.Electrical Appliances .1 ons n.s.lmd :
: :
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THE TRADERS Washing, Machines for immediateDeliveryHOME ; ) : : : . . AH BraneheaThoroughly ,
: : ; .
: : :
: 130 Dural Street : Ambulance I Service : Children'sApparel. : Ambulance. : :. Operator* .
!Ii : PHONE 1431 : : : : Telephone_ 548 : I. .. Service Soft Water U:.d ExdadTely "

:. 55S55555555.......... :....605...SIMONTON..........STREET.... . .._- .PHONE.. ". ..11....... .. Never Sleeps : for. Phone 637 536 Fleming. St
..... ... .. _, .. Phone :
. .*...................... ......... ...... ... .. .. ........................ i...........S.........' :.......135--Night696.............. :..................................../..............
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' : S. West Self I f : ......................, : Former Customers, Friends and the Public" InvitedFrances :
Key Service Laundry : J.A.MYERS Salon I
IS : Beauty :
' iI :' THISSPACE I :: : Division and Whitehead Opposite Ligbthous.. : S :, : Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. : : .Frances Park. OwnerlOlQ : 1
: I
.' : : : Work Left by 10 AM. Cati Bericked : J.I eSe! d, :. :. :. : .CBINNELL STREET
: Up 4 I';ilf. Sante < :
by DayMaytag
: : : Culture in all its
, : : Systems Phone 1446 : : PAINTING{.(0n ray or :. : CONCH SIIEUS'y: : Scalp Tieatments :
: : ALL WORK GUARANTEED : : All SiiM -Manicuring :
..............................., ....:, ..'.......:: :J FREE 9ll7.J ..t.J. HgCoI , : Facials Shampoo nn !
: : w t Tel phoae ..tXD.1". For Appoinlmeni..._.Phone._......... ....
, S.: .: .....................................*,!.-........... .....................................-......"...............................--.t.............. :,. COCOANUTSSPONGES :. :..........................................ii.....-...........-........ ...mMarion's ..>.. .

.. FOR:: :: ... :. Save 20% Fire InsuranceSave :. '. When You Want FASTER, BETTER' .. S,. S.. .. CASA HUESO CAYO ;-., .:\ .S
on dwellings. ..
I mere:ant II. INSUAING.ritl' i -, : : : : : BEAUTY SAWN t
: :. : bldgs? boos' ,. bT . . : On Oil or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE' .: Will Ship to Any P cui. : "Southernmost House in UJSA.M/ ..... : ;:
. \ .. hold and pel' Atlantic! Mutual t '"due ,I InsuranceCo.. : :. GuaranteedVork\. Modern Methodsi .: of u.s. or Canada : 1400 Duval Street Telephone- '(
SALE E :. .onal effects. -. .. Palacio 1 : Expert Hair Tinting Hak Cutting/ "W'
AU PoUeles.HwAwwabto. S.
: 15% on Marcy i : : Permanents: :
" : Personalized Stylingy t
t..H M'.f.kIi1'I.L.. Crwoe.ilat...;:Phone. 674 .: i L J. DQUQLAS TREVOR :: 401 South Street : : .CozectivsFada ls L7 I :

'-I .....................::.......:.._......!..e ..,.......S: ,!,...1829.....Harris......'Avenue................Phone......1374-R.........:. ,:....KEY....WEST.......FLORIDA.........: .,e...*..Exclusire........but. Not,..ExpeuiT......... .*........J.............. :
..". : .. ................... ...... 1 ............... .................. .
...............................,. : ..V*.VaY. .e. : ......................... _ _::_ :_ _ _ _ For More Natural .I. 1
......................, : u r r. 'Soil : ; : Hair Tinting
: : B &B. CYCLE 'SHOP'T.'H1, 1 SCa.. lli ,Marl\ I andTop : : REAL ESTATE : : or Finest :
.: : ,d* *v .... SACK : : : In Permanent :
PR1CETOU RS 101/' : : TOP: stilL PER YARD: or $1.00 PER : . .
> Sale Ware
: : r 822 Fleming St. R. M.Danialft.Prop. hont r . P.\ ** MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS : x :
: PassengerRepresentative C OS I man Motor ScooterImmediate.) ?'"i*:" *: 2 !Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : :: Appraisal Lease i :: :: # Beauty ,

: and Service :Delircry : .* (f2 1021 OJhia St. : ; Rental : : \ :
: : Sales WEE"H :
: : Colony I
I tB* . "BICYCLE : : Vt PHONE sol :
:. : : :...........................................: : Management : : 521 Sou thud
EAST f Rcnjaljgmce! ..... ......... ... Improred and VacantProperties
FLORIDA : : .Itttddy Seats .. : ........................ i e ;t < Street :
In Westand :
COAST RAILWAY Parking Flag .....' 1. : JEFFERSON COFFFE SHOP :: ::: Monroe County : Next to Beauty Southernmost :
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: :
Vav Located XaxtDFL :, : 1U DUVAL STREET :. .: J. OTTO School :
:. COBO'S .. .. Windshields .. Open Daily and Sunday, : :. KIRCIUIEINERREALTOR .: :. '" All Beauticians Licensed : I I
9 Foolresls (,f. : 5 P.M.\ to 1 A.M. Specializing in
OFFICE .. a,e v.. : : g : Modern: : I
FLEMING STREET Also DAYTON BICYCLES KM* el La Concha Hoed : ENAMEL : 'Also A La Carlo and Sandwiches : : Phones 124 and 73S-R : Beauty Culture
': PHONE 124 :: :.............:........RUBBER..........*........eeeeei...: .*.............REASONABLE............PRICES...................: ......................ei;- .-......Telephone.........SE 206 HABLA for ESPJUfOL.Appointment..*...........
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....................... BICYCLES.I >: i .: .," FOR RENT : : INSURANCE :: : Good W or k-L. ::
: betweta'.h.30 A.M.and "3:30
: Hide the Bus to the : FOR SAlE : : A Good Location On This Pane( :. :: :: :: P.M.Daily-Appointment! are ....pCULF '.... r. '' l'Sah.led l'\\ :
: COURSE :. : Our Customers Must Be : ,. :: OFFICE : from public by Senior Students of (,.. -!
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.: : 910 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1319 .: :. : 51 .. . .: TheSouthernmost 4 : I

I;. :. .: S OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE :. :.........AsV....For...the...Advertising...:.....ManagerINSURANCE................:,. :. Opposite-Bus Station .::. :. School I :

: _ ... .................................................................................*.*...*._.. .................................' ............ :. PHONE NO. 1 : .. of f Beauty t Culture I :

:. : : : : : 523 Southard Street l JJ :
d :
TAxE : : DRUM BA Ran : : :
: : -Tlm-- : : There are a number available with over 830 hours
BUS : : : : IHE WIND AUTO BOND :: : of state approved instruction who know the latest : :
: Oh 1 S ;. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGe .: PurlerAllenCompany I ( : phases, in beauty culture. These student beauticians, II
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to j DIVISION STREET PHONE 8111 : : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
; 925
:: LINKS GOL ..We Deliver"lies ;', .. Key West Insurance C 0. : .: S .: beauty culture appointments, do good are work not required at very, low it is prices.advisable.' Although s:
Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : J : SIS SIMONTON STREET *" PHONE 1371 : : : For Appointment Stop at :

::: Have Fun! : .. .ackaged.........Goods....... ... r.-: :. ........523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE........537....... ., !\
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....KEY....WEST.....GOLF..........'. See the NEW MODELS of theENRICHED Better Known Makes or : .......................................... :

.............................................S :: RADIOS IJ.'lTIl' 11LL.TIII; : :- Sensational Valuearion : :: BEAUTIFYFour I :
. When You Go :: RADIOS. PHONOGRAPHS : : : Entire house with :
Food Shopping :
Be Sure to Get . '_ ; _Liberal!_T. de-Iq_,_Allowance__ S : U OHIO'S FINEST SMAll RADIO : : INLAID LINOLEUM :
Bring Your Radio for Repair : AC DC SuperheterodmePlastic : I
: II D. to A Radioman : ? Table Radio i or ASPHALT TILE i
i Incl. Rectifier)
S Tubes (
(71'OCAUMf. 24-Hour Radio
BREAD r ServiceAl'sAAusicCo. : : for the : :
f : Key
: :
1 ThePoundal wn of Today''tt 'q' ( 1\"f "Why Pay More When :
S : 'r> : : _a You Can Buy for Leu?" :
PlanningRALPH i :
: : Floor Covering C n.r :
_ ,.F PHOtO: : Latett Southard Street : : WE5 T. FLOniTA :
fARALDO ."I" "' IM naH 522 STREET TELEPHONE 1512 : 130 DUVAL. ..STREET..............KEY................. .
st> t PHONE 1081 : : 707 WHITEHEAD.................................. .......... .
= 1w. RECORDS ........................ ...........
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I \J! l fOL eoMiu NION TO'I". The 'Weather. 1:, SUNDA :?SCJI6OU: ,tESSoN:a OF411JE'-'WK: -. ::1 Tei1iih : Frogr8 .Pi Sij5'! TiiPi: .

'1\ I I' : Tlv! (S0spel l of f ,Responsibility Pushed For lndi'a'NW'J

'BE OBSERVEDSUNDAY'IN : FORECAST to. }| DELHI, India- : \ ,Key West and,, ".j ln4ty: cjaly l By ROY i. .SMITH. j, r;. 5'- the central provinces government While' aud Washington trt.i
Rev. Mefev 3. Ayery Porter
with scattered; showers, today! The Affl ccinpople hove been hearing a great deal about has undertaken an ambitious -- a
; : partly cloudy tonight .and Sur.. Tights iii recant':yects- -the rights of 'minorities, o.( freedom ,qt( t an ; LOCAL CHURCHES: day. 'Slightly. cooler tonight.GentlE citizens, in 'd t rnocracy. It is about' time' someone'' began plan foP training its IS.DOO.OOO! Men'*Bible Clan. I-GOtl.\.M.
varlohlc preaching the.Gospel l of Resp nsib11ity. ;:' peotile.. : Ladi*' Bible. Class IfeOA. AIM.lliOO .
1 to moderate "Each teach two" i U the'I
It is tfueferfectly true-that minorities have rights in a 't'

Observation Of Communion Services Will Be Held winds mostly. north :and northeast democracy.. Tb y.arg entitled, tespect ,they_hore :"a right to ,. I logan Students.the:appearing scheme.for various !1{ AM. '' -" .

,'. :; ....,. ," '. .... .. Florida< ciAtioUiJ..M? ,,"* certain opportunities, tmd:they are ,guaranteed' :the right " ?xamination must produce testi- kel
cloudiness minority bythe, Constitution of (he, United, States. But they inonials .to show" that, each has! Communion Stan
.::; i In First 'Presbyterian And First and scattered -showers t>xtreme are also:under:! some responsibility lot living on terms of.oodvt'pl -* .coached at least two of his fel-" I. #<

.'; uUl pui ikn t.llI; oiUcr-. v/Uh.tjja t 'jtcjorily., ,lowm n. | 7:30( PM, f
j i ; Methodist\ ChurchesORGAN wise partly cloudy thiT>ugh --Sun Miuoritiea lor instance are tinder the r responsibiUty. UV-, : '

{ '{ t ..,. .,;. .. ; ,. day.Not so warn south portion Ing up to'itho ;standards 61 f dectncy cleanliness culture, and A shallow bawl of household Youth) Fcllowelija p'ALL :
R. Y/ f ,: '1' : today. Little eha6?c'' ri \til'a-: good behaviauf which have been set by the majority.] And they ammonia may be put in the oven : -
!r\r.:" ; TO BE DEDICATED TOMORROW EVENING IN THE FIRST ture tonight and Sunday. owq it t to' the community in..-p, ',1 _-' of a' range to soften any grease' : ARE INVITED:
I East Gulf of Mcxeu'ivl.J.k-' : that has baked on. A badly TO WORSHIP .
J : J.ONCRECATIO.NAL: : CHURCH( ; THE: REV. Mil. IMCKENS" FORMER sonville through the Florida Which they, live, to help ttlain:1 r men who suffer* Injustice. This Soiled oven' may need this treatment i
Straits} Fresh ncrthcasieriy wmilstoday" milt moral!"and.spiritual- levels. that when tor several successive '"
means, tot- example.
J--: PASTOR EXPECTED 'HERE. ; TOMORROW! ; ORDER OF RAINROW'If except gentle varUble over Minoritiet'Aa Cwardians'of Truth'!,l a great political Unit like- Russia flights. The softened grease: 1'.I -p -U i

f .- GIRLS TO ATTEND EVENING! SERVICES AT LEY MEMORIAL Florida Straits. Fie.h north'.sL The spriptur which Is being i l t.lhe .United States",, tiir Great. Bri- wiped off with a damp .
V to east winds tonight diminishing. studied this week by .literulymjljiuna ) I I Itain imposes an injustice upon a cloth. LEY MEMORIALMethodist

; 4 f '- Holy Communion will be observed at the Sunday morning services at the First Presby.terian to fresh to mQ(1erc'a Iy of-: hr\\fin.1.of' all, {#e- I I small state;tht-hy are defying not Church-
Church and First Methodist (Old Stone) Church. Sunday. Considerable clojdines; > nominations! .i$ concerned with only the.small nation but also thct
and scattered shower* south por- the stqry of theJew.iQJ midst, 1 1 mighty Cod. ' ,' Christian Science Cot. Division and Crorf i i.' St*.
At the 11 services, the Rev. Melrosc S. of First Presbyterian Church
: a.m. Avery pastor lion too:1Y.el'W: .. Prviy; of their! ,Babylonian exiLe when i'| Responsibility) aaid'Huulis.' The Church With A Welcome
.'wUl preach on The Cup of Blessing, aLter Holy Communion is observed. cloudy. .. they were' a ,minority (?s: Jews j, God and time horet no man re' ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor
At the 10:50: a.m. services the H iv. G. Leon Wells pastor of First Methodist Church will Jacksonville to .\paw.\'Q1? : have alway .bte.n; ) in the midstof sp DJible' for results; they only Society
I preside whon Holy Communion is observed. The pastor's sermon subject at the 7:30 p.m. service No small craft or sturm warnings a powerful end' a misguided charge him with 'the" duty ofbeing' 9:45 A.M. Sunday School
will be The Tect oi Discipleship.! issued. : .people. true to the truth'as. he sl--ei of Key West Class for All A?.. .
? The Young People's Fellowship Group will meet at 7:30 p.m. in First Presbyterian Church. They were under constant pressure 327 ELIZABETH STREET Miss Miriam Carey. SupU
I I "Youth Week" will be observed at the First Baptist Church. beginning tomorrow., with the ReportApril to forsake'',the faith'(of their The storyis! told bf Whituie1d :

1 young people of the church serving in all the ollicaa during the week. Mrs. Elijah Sands director \ 3, 1948, Key West, Flo.i father: *: '.for the. glitter and :the the famous English evangelist: Sunday School.: i: 9:30: A.M. 10:50 A.M. .
of will be glamour; of Babylonian paganism:! ''that he. seriously disturbed'at ,
the Baptist Training Union. in charge of the pro igram. I Observatlon taken at City Office. yas SermonCHRISTIAJ : *
What made the temptation all the : a hotel one night by a. crowd Sunday ptornincSenicea GROWTH"
H. i i Brief Items Of 8:30: A.M. TEST more insidious was the fact that bf 'gamblers In'the;' next 'rbomvFinally 'At 11Sublet Q'CIOCk and .. i..
1 In the absence of the pastor E. Day. Sunday School su. L TemperatureHighest those, whti succombed f se nied to' 6:30: Intermediate -..
1 I ,. moved by .a. profqundjt 'uNREALITY"
will precch at the morning services and Chaplain : Senior MYF
perintendent.! Interest yesterday _.. SI pi osper and ec ap many ot the sense, of duty, "he went. 'across I. .
,Walter Davis. USN will preach at the tvening; hour. : To Women, Lowest last night 77 pressures of their enslayemept. ;:.I where' the gamester; were- rev Wednesday Evening; 7:30 lM.Sermon .
According to the Rev.: W. W. Iliffe. pastor of! First Congregational -I Mean .-. "2! Every great 'reform the -s-ace|proved them ,in dignified- 'way. ; Meeting<< at 8 o'Clock :
I, I' Church. dedication of the new pipe organ will take ': New hair nets to keep m'lady's Normal 74Precipitation has evcf witniKsed,; huweVer;had and returned to his quarters amid : -A BOW IN THE .CLOIJD
t place at the evening service tomorrow. wave in set now are'"being; made. been the product of lheeonvlc* -:'t the 'jeers of the''rowdies.aWbat. Reading.Room in Church I
I The Rev. John E.: Pick b Avon Park former of of nylon. tions of'e minority 'EXf( Pt' for aaked Edifice will be open Wed., 7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting -
I : ns ( pastor : Total last 24 hour : .GO ini j have you gained: ? he was ..nid Choii fr'ructice. 8110
I First Congregational Church i!\ I. I Total this month (0 ins, minorities like,the Jews th Baby? ,-by 'a'companion. "A soft, pillow.*1 Tuesday' from 6 and to S Friday P.M. Thurs., 7:30 Youth Nfghtx
I expected to be here tomcrrow Boiled noodles may .be mixed J Departure this motolh -.17 'ins Ion wi visdd3t111': behaving 1'he replied, as he lay down to I.
1 evening and to deliver the serI with seasoned butter' breadcrumbs I Total this year 3.05 in..., gladitorial rtimba's. and. tihde;? sleep. H !I"set1Seof duty had dis4 --- *-
COLORED and served with meat fied totalitarittnism.t turbed him-.more than the noisy, ,>: --- --- .
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I I mon. I stew. i Departure. this year1.K2 in- 1 The Sunday,' School, .the labor The"Rev. J. Wylie Scott pastor .J \, .Relative Humidity : union, the town meeting jthe free -J have delivered soul*
I CHURCHES at E:30 A.M.Barometer I t my t OLD STONE CHURCH! i i it
S list of our most croseofermpn THE
of the Miami Beach Community After your crystal candelabraand 1 8-1OCk t.ress and a long i said, the preacher at the }
Church will bring greeting- from fine glassware' have 'b En I cherished institutions are the I his' after seeing no ret Methodist .
.he-State. Congregational Churches The Rev. C. C. Higgs, pastorof ; thoroughly washed and .rinsed,; (Sea Level) 8:30 A.?.!." ; direct descendenls of grctt causes I suits.' "I win return to my home t (First ) I
; :, lie will here Cornish Chapel of" the A. M. try dipping them in witch. ha/el.: 30.12 ins..-1020.0 mh which were sponsored originally I and to my rest. Iwill..,sleep well I ; Corner EATON and SIMONTON Streets J
be aocompanieu !, The majority
by minorities. because I have done duty, and''that
.. by his ..hureft' organist Miss E. Zion Church, will speak on the for an added. sparkle." . Tomorrow's Almanac I i shows i\s'wisdom when it treats is more than some of mj; I' : G. LEON WELLS._ Pastor J
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Frances Tarboux. and the Comrnunity subject, "Everlasting Pea e." at .1 Sunrise G:15: a.m minorities with courtesy. ;,and re- hearers do." :
A kitchen board should can
cutting 1 ._ _, .
: 6:45
Church quartet. Sunset : p.m i
no - Services
the 11 a. m. worship tomorrow. never be soaked in water and: spect.i He who knqwc the truth can Sunday :
The of Rainbow Girls 3:40
Order ,The; Wlunis of Jesus will be his : never dried near heat: It should\ - - .- i.m. i Causes ,KnoW Ne Geographical not-keep still.except at the price It *
attend the 2:21: A.M.
will evening Sl"ryiee'tomorrow Moonset : p.m' SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45:
jubject; at the 730p. m. service. be washed off with cool water: 3auivJrl si of his soul. He who hears and i
odist Church at Ley'Memorial' Meth.The i;' Elder A. M. Evans will preach ,> and a tiff: brush used to clean iu,; I I. One of the )lessons the Jews t recognize* the truth and then I 5 10:50 A.M. Morning; "Wnr'ld. .;
Rev. Robert Weaver a group., pastor, ;' at the /norning vorshio at 11p'clock' surface; then wiped t dry ami' I TIDES 1 learned in ,their ,exile was the t ignores i it-his responsibility will : WITH HOLY COMMUNION. :
tomorrow, in Trinity stored flat. : TomorrowNaval 'Is independent .. arise to accuse him.
fact that righteousness :
will speak( on the subject "A ; (( ISIS t.,r the Inlerna 6:30P.M..
Presbyterian Church the Rev. I Ii ( Itase) pol.itica''boundaries. I.I pyrinht .
)A Bow Ing service in the Cloud.the Rev." At Mr.the Weaver morn '; Sigismund A. Laing, pastor, an- i I TODAY'S (Eastern Standard Time) I .of Wiile|racial the or little .Hei llonal tion'on Council bo>half. of of 49 lUliieiou.H PfotvMaflt Ixlucai t." I-I Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship I II
Pander Low
nounced today. Sam B. High i still stood the nomlnallnn ) 7 I E.iuJIVor.laill
will speak on "Chrtian'Growth. i brew kingdoms 7:30 P.M. :
is the guest speaker at the even- i ANNIVERSARIES. 7:40 a.m. 1 1:06: a.m. believed the
." | }I great propbeU Sermon Subject The Ted of
ing service at 7:30: o'clock. I 6:58: p.m. 12:33: p.m. 1 exile ; DisciP..I.
The Rev. J. B. Reid pastor of<,; (Know America) tate, but the Jews of the t I
I- I Fleming Street Methodist Church : 1755-Simon Kenton, pioneer, J world's hope retted with their Key West
Will occupy the pulpit at both Rev! IVIr.\ Nicholsi [famed Western fr tierman.; In- Reference ADDITIONAL Station TIDE Kry"PSt DATA discovered. that their God, was, A Special Invitation to Servicemen and Winter Visitors

|A' services tomorrow I ISupposing i dian fighter. born in Virginia. Tima:of! Height of J I independent of'' political organi-* I! ,.5,S S 5 C 0 S C.'?........C I S S S.,S C S S.SS S p 5 S, S 55.
-- Him to Be thGardener' & Died at Zanesville,.Ohio,.April 29, :i zations. Church of Christ
i Goes To AlabamaThe StationTide ,high water IIInwt1mImImflhIIuwLl
will be the subject of I i 1836. I fmftumrnuunutrnll1lUmmluuiuuM11IulluIgmIwtIIwnnrngtuhIllwu
the sermon to be delivered at 111a I( j 1783-Washingtop Irving, famed Bahia Honda I The SumUV Pchoo Lesson 1120 PETRONIA STREET'
Re/. Bronnie E. Nichols.i (bridge) _.- -Oh 10m 0.0 ft I April- 4 "A Prophet ,
/- m. worship tomorrow by the ; New York author, the coun- for ;
Rev. A. D. O'Briant pastor of ,the !!I i pastor of the First Baptist try's first distinguished writer, No Nan1e'key I I Among the ,Exilea.E'eki..l li Youth f Christ Rally I
Poinriana Baptist Church. "Jesus I: Church, left- yesterday for Tuscaloosa -; born in New York. Died. Nov. (east end) .- +2h 20m i I 1-4: 33:1-1. Worship, Including
in- Our Midst I wlehbisiubsin I:I Ala., where he will ,28. 1859, Boca Chica _' Communion Service,
Our Midst will be his subject'preach in the Forest Lake Baptist c 1798-(150 years ago) CharlesI (Sandy Pont-Oh! 40m i The cause' of justice, for Instance :I SUNDAY., 6:30 P.M. Director. PARKER MAHAN. U.S-N. IiCil

I fit the 7:30: p. m. service. 1 I I[ Church on Sunday. I Wilkes, naval officer, leader of Caldes Channel is greater than any statE: ,- :
'Unreality" will be the subject !I 1 1 This will mark the anniversary historic Government exploring (north end) -+2h 10m +1.4 ft. I and the God of justice can be tei I EVERYBODYWELCOME iCil FIRSr'METH ODiSTOCCH TRCH I
; to be discussed at the 11 .a m. ,,,, of the ordination of the Rev. Mr. expedition to the Antarctic in oOo i lied upon \0' ally himself, wjth
service tomorrow in the C ,nst- : Nichols by the Forest Lake Bap- 1838-42, naval officer in the Civil NOTE: ', .' '
ian Science Society, 327 Eliza-' tist Church on the first Sunady War, born in New York. Died. (-)-Minus sign: Corrections I L- .. I: Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS Zi
Iwth street. There will also be in April. 1939. He expects to re- ,, Feb. 8, 1877. to be subtracted. Glad
meetng at 8 p.m.: Wednesday. i I turn tq Key Wc-3t next Friday. I I I 1817-William A. A. ("Big- ", (+)-Plus sign: Corr.i-tiuns lube Poincjafl i ? BaptistChurch Tidings Tabernacle i I Paul W. Travis I I IOF

The Kingdom Come' will be ,, : foot") Wallace, frontiersman, added ASSEMBLY OF GOD Speaker: Chaplain
the sermon subject at the 11 a. m.j|i A vegetable omelet makes a Texas ranger a Texas folk hero, (h)-Hour 801 Georgia SU at Petronia ; E THE NAVAL HOSPITAL 3
service tomorrow at the Glad I good supper; creamed potatoes born near Lexington, Va. Died (m)-Minute. 17th and Eagle Cordially Invite You,
'Tidings Tabernacle of the Assembly -"and a salad of letuce and raw Jan. 7, 1899. (ft.-Feet. Pastor's Phont 1164'M to' Worship I fi Musical Program by A Capella Choir i;

of God. "Dry Bones" will be ': green pepper rings may be served be !! 1822-Edward Everett Hale, A. D. O'B lANT Pastor Sunday School. 10 A.M.: of the Key WeJl High School -
dessert should a
the evangelistic at the with it. The '-"
sermon Boston Unitarian clergyman
author -
(All )
cobbler Ages E Direction of Miss Marjoris! Coburn 3WEJJCOME
j 7:30: p. m. service. hearty one such as apple of "The Man Without a I :
: Divine service; i will be held I I or a cottage pudding. Country." born in Boston. Died Grace Lutheran I Sunday School. 3:45 A.M. MORNING\ iiioo; A.M. i TO THE: PEOPLE: OF KEY WEST |
'' Sermon
tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. in Grace' June 10, 1909. 11:00 : COME . BRING A FRIEND *
7 Lutheran Church with the Rev. Service will be held at the Key I 1 1837-John Burroughs, famed Church ; THE KINGDOM COME'I ..
F. II. Zucker. pastor in charge. j I West Church of Christ at 6:30p. West Point, N. Y. naturalist and Subject: I 6:30 P.M.. Children's Church ; I( IfII iiuimmuuinimiuuiiHnuinuiniimimamituiiuuiiiuflauiiuiauTinii.iiiiiiiniiri. ?
:Worship including Communion. .m. tomorrow., I author, born at Roxbury, N. Y. 1215 PETRONIA STREET "SUPPOSING HIM TO BETH i EVENING, 7:30 P.M. .- -- - -- -- -,
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Died March 29, 1921.CORNISH I : Evangelistic! Sermon:
I Divine Services Evening Wprsliip, 7:30 I .
Tuesday, T:30 P.M.,

AJ&E. ZION CHAPEL CHURCH 7:30: P. r M.F. \. JESUS Subject IN QUR: MIDST_ ; Sweet Hour of Prayer FLEMING[ mm METHODIST CHURCH i

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I The 2)o Friendh Church"COLOREDt Friday, 7:30 P.M..
( ) II. ZUCKER, Pallor, Public Cordially! Invited Christ Ambassador! i
: Corner Fleming and William St.
Whitehead end Angela SU. -V
Rev. C C Higgs Pastor :C S S.C e..S S I I.5 S C C e a..a a e..S C S.C..t..".C I.I C...:-.S---. !...S C I C S..C C...C eC C CCC..e; S REV. J. B. REID. PastorS i

9:30 a-m. Sunday Church School : _ -- .-,._" -- _ _ FIRST-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-. : : Church School 9:45 A.M. i.
Teachers for All .Ages : CLASSES FOR ALL ACES

Joseph Thompson;Supt. I Merrill Felton General SuperintendentMorning
't I 1 A.M., Worship II II :
Subject: "Everlasting Peace" Ctgatiq'I. Worship 10:50 A.M. ::
The Lord's Supper I :

7:30: P.M., Worship. Youth Fellowship. 6:30: P.M. :.

Subject: 'The Wounds of Jesus' .
I .I Mon.. 7:30 p.m.. Board of Trus :S I ACTING PASTOR I I i ii 1 15 I : Song Service. 7:10: P.M. :S

IcsTues.., 7:30 p.m., Class and C: i n; i 17nmuu* Sr| .i-f! lictttrrn; Sonlhanl ami Firming# I I.: ; : Evening Worhip. 7:30 P.M. :.

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YOU ARE WELCOME : I Three Worthwhile Services I ;t The First Baptist Church

zLItI Corner BAHAMA and EATON Streets

I !; I Trinity .Prestytenan flunk SUNDAY at 11 o'clockCommunion ' llroimie E. NichoU, Pastor

711 Simonton Street (Colored) .J ;

VI V- : Sigismund A. Laing, Minister : I ; ; Reception Members I ; SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45: A.M.

C S ; ;: -..-' I : IL E. Day, Sup
worship 11:00'o'clock :
Mornincr .
: : CSUNDAY at 7:30 o'clock i 10:50) A.M., Mr. II. E. Ua"ill Speak
I d&jILtI I Sermon by Elder A. M. Evan S . : >. :

: Sunday School __ 3:30: P.M. : ,n '( !" riofi uJ (:Imr,." Organ .. : CC: I I BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 6:30 P.M.

: Youth Meeting 6:30( PJU. C Music by Miami Beach Community Church Choir i : I Mrs. Elijah Sands, Director
1 t Evening worship. 7:30 P. M. S C I 7:3O: () P.M., Chaplain: Waller Davis:: USN, \Vill SJt..a""
Guest Speakers Sam B. Finder S
'AP IVirepUotoJHERETS : S S MONDAY at 7:30: o'clock .1 i ial 1 Youth Week Will Be Observed With Youth of Church

MARJORIE filQRDQN?!! ,. a HoUywood model, wearing : Tqes., 7:30: PraytrJService I In Charge of Various Offices During the Week
) Itecitiil' Mr. York
( rgfznl by Welntfr Jonet 0/New; Compliments :'
I Deacons'
daisies ia her bustle. Ilfana the Hollywood dress designer. and Business Meet I

predicts the tacst stylish ladies soon will be wearing 'em. For I I Wed., 7 p.m.. Youth Night- .1 al of Morgan I'iano To., Miami; Agents, Hammond Organs .I.C i Wednesday, 6:00: P. M.-Monthly Supper Meeting of
Ilyana. orchids: gardenias potted I Instruction and Recreation. I Sunday
variety sars they'll'wear or '
plants on their battles. A plastic test tube concealed in the Thurs.. 7:30: p.m.. Rehearsal for I -MUSIC! LOVERS, SPECIALLY INVITED I I 7:30 School: P. Workers.M.-Prayer Council.and Praise Service..
11 bustle holds the back-seat corsage in place. That's ivy trailing I Young People's Choir.. : I .
... ... ,. ... Friday 7:30: P. \.I.-Choir Rehearsal.IIu .
ti down the Lack of tb4rpfk. .' : .

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-" Chapter, 20 the' V- bored- eeax* g-room' audience laughter of the audience swept ,j .. .... .
Vf, AJDR BILLY FORTUNE was by :declaring; _. through the room. The president r ; ... III
t*_ not.among? the front 'rowspectators '"Gentlemen, I not only am rapped for order-and Jones continued - . .. r
when the City Council *w re. that Major Billy Fortune in, his high voice: "Well -. . >- M t
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I ring reconvened. Instead he 1& a ready to offer Fortune wouldn't, take that'bill '. 't.. .,. .
H *'rear of the room/one three Witnesses who heard and nohow;;he just ripped it.up and '
'sat away from the exit doors as saw t Jn'sptittingx$2,800 in graft told me-to: make out anotherpnefor ..
Councilman James Carson openedV withthe'owner.o, construction $5,000. The fact is. he offered I'

the.against pre.the e n ousted t a ti o n superintendent of his case: CO statement 1panY.'*take'He ;paused full effect.-to let"With the to ways split-each' the of 2.800 us gettin difference the:same two . .i. i e O.......... .. ..,...........S S, ,

,, your pennission. I'call on Wilbert . ,. :.. ,. _., .
r Little of the bravado that Fortune Jones president of the' Safe-Bill cut"And did you accept the offer!* II '. i .'. 111 ,
had shown on the previous Buildinr Coanyand head ,of Carson pressed him. M
day t remained. His beady eyes its predecessor firm-the Right- t "Well that is-why.'yes. I did." .

be narrowed watched in every.fear and move suspicion of the of Way.that Builders transaction.-to tell" us the story violent Jones managed emotional to, 'alter a' j i ........................-.....;:--- :

t.hosUle councilman with extreme In a dramatic silence a small. "Did anyone else hear Fortune .:. ." 'i{ ;. .. '. .. 1 , .
nervousness shifting and squirming lurtive-Jooking man slid uncomfortably make that offer?" II ri!! r..; ;.1} ... r ' '. '
in an uncomfortable wooden out of his seat and ad- "Why. shucks yes said Jones ;-'C ... 'I '- : '; =
chair as he sought to peer over vanced ,to,give testimony. Major with some surprise. "I didn't pull ,

in the front beads of of him.the taller spectators. with Fortune unique, seeing speed.his action With reacted hardly my nothin'boys.. did off I the?" He job pointed today for to a -.' .\- .; ................... .:.. ". .1 .:. .-: ==

Lamont Framihgham like Car- a backward look he jumped from two raw-boned youths in the . 4.. ., .. .. J'i: ..' "'." IIi
olyn and Eddie had been caughtoff his seat, dashed out the exit door front of the audience. "Both them -i! .
guard by the unexpected as- of,the council hearing room..and fellows was working back of a s = .
sistance from Carson. When sped down the hallway with his partition at the zoo when Fortune ra 'j ,, .
Framingham had approached Carson port legs working so,furiously made his proposition. Heard ev- III ... .>>; :- .
after yesterday's hearing offering I that his body seemed desperately ery word he said just as plain. "' 11 .
to supply flwhat information taxed to keep pace with them. Only I guess he didn't know r .
,he could to sustain,his case, I -"There goes-- Major Fortune!" about it"Then r ,. .
Carson had flatly rejected the Carson shouted to.the audience. Framingham addressed a ,
proffered aid. !"And 111 bet-you never get him ,question to the witness: -Ii' .

"Don't worry about me." Carson .back in Lakeport unless IOU who"Are filed you a taxpayers the Wilbert suit Jones ..: 5>Vw ..
I had told him swear out 4 xt
curtly. rm just a warrant for him. Nature Museum,. .
paying Fortune oft for that crack : The ,,hearing'oom.buzzed with '
S Its right to operate the zoo I""That's :: .
he made-and the other tricks a fury of gossip speculation and me," Jones admitted .
..,- he's pulled on me. I'm gonna enjoy whisperings the listeners at- "I done it as a favor L .
doing this job all by myself. ,tempted explain the ousted o1Fortune." He paused to con- .
-:c Framingham. relating the inci- "superintendent's precipitous: flight. sider the. action adding: "Now .
dent and Eddie a little The council'' president rapped that he's lit out. though figgerto m
later, admitted his total mystification loudly for order but several min- let it slide." .
about the basiS for Car- utes passed before the hubbub When.Jones had concluded'his
- son's attack on Fortune. died down sufficiently, to permit testimony. the council ,chamberwas I .
;:. "Whatever Carson knows he Cartbntoquestion his.witness. cleared: of spectators and the .. F.
.!.," must" have known for a long "Mr. Jones," said Carson with council members went into' an i I
time Framingham had surmised. ominous, politeness. ."! wish you executive session. to deliberate \
"But he; probably didn't wish to would', tell ,the council in your what action would be taken i;
lend the museum a hand in oust- own words about your dealings against Jones for his part in the a .
} ing-Fortune. Perhaps if Fortune with Major.Fortune" illegal transaction. ; t aR
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I I "had;not become so grossly overconfident The fad'is.",Jones began in a An hour later Councilman Car- t s 1r .
f yesterday as to make a squeaky voice speaking with evi- son emerged from the chamberand .
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,} direct attack on him. he dent e -
never reluctance.<"That I did a lit- was met by Framingham.
would have presented a case tle'job:of building out at the zoo "Don't worry; we'll hang it on .
- against. him. about five i years ago."'.Clasping Jones-and Fortune, too-if we .
r "You can usually count on Fortune and catch with him." .
unclasping his hands, he continued ever up he anDO -
< to over-reach himself.," Eddie laboriously: "Well you see U Dee d., "But Fortune's all
"1 had commented.: "He's just so rrthefact is, rfiggered. the job, zoo superintendent." t"(. =
dead certain that he's right-es- was'worth.-.oh. maybe two thousand I "Would you mind telling me,. I ia \ -;,' t 4i .
when he's dead in p
pecially wrong- dollars, give and take a couple confidence how you persuaded
: that he can't fight off the impulse of hundred." Jones to' testify Framinghamasked. .
broadcast his ignorance." About $2,200 you meant to .
i Despite further efforts to learn saytrCarson; interrupted. "1 just caught up with him on t -i __ F! .
7 [ what line Carson's attack would "Yeahl -around there -' some- another crooked job for the city .
; take, the three of them had re=: wlerr's,, ". -he-; agreed. "Well- I -he-got $100,000.out'llSee .
turned to the hearing's second hands, ".}bill!, for. $2,200 to For- it 'in' the papers next week. o .
session without a clue to its di- tune ,- .*' I had him cold on that one;'when I .

: rection.'ARSON. ', 3 "Major: .Billy. Fortune the, zoo Fortune got noisy yesterday I Tyys a ?' .a ..
5u intendent.??-Carson asked. had a'hunch Jones would testify M .
f'I /", who had now com- ."9'ep --that's: him; the one that if I promised leniency on the .
vJ plated the purely ornamental just'ran'out the back door lick- other case!" .
{t. chase of his presentation,. startled etyspliU" He hesitated ,as-the (T* be c.a aie4)< I ..
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i fNAW I I .. SAFEEFS! :"AWARD:'l'' *Aboard v"qiT'V :t Johnston ri 1 ; ., If this can't, help yoiH .: tiitwiil: : i : i

ow In .
m. LuropeOprrlal .,
Will Be Awarded With'k ;'I' .
IwTbr ('il lira 1 :rr : If you're interested. in a Rood: substantial savings It's called the Bond-AMonthPIan.! With it, .
Navy Meritorious M..lall\WILL YOU SMILE? GREAT LAKES, .111, April 2.ICharles r plan> . you can purchase U. S.SavingsBonds! : ,,regularly, aI

A lrik H. Crowell, chief ma- I I! ... If you are in business or in a profession, and Automatically through-your'-bink".;_ : .'. / ,. II

For Operations During n d Wins !: chinist's Mrs Gertrude mate, USN H. Crowell, husband 90-3 of == the Payroll Savings Plan is available to you... Here's how it works: : Jnst ask-your: bank .to r
1917 I Ypung Husband-pit seems tome ; Poinciana place, Key West has III This office wouldn't be much help to you. To b y'oua U.S.Savmgs Bond each- inch th.They'll .=

j ;, arrived in Europe aboard the 0 those who Are' on payrolls, it can offer one of the purchase! the. Bond ito ypu.and debit, your .
dear, that these pancakesare
} The commanding officer, U. S.'Nav 'I my ; destroyer USS :Johnston.I best savings, ideas ever-the Payroll Savings.Plan account. forfthepurchasepica', , i r .vThat's > .

1 Submarine Base at Key I His rather Bride heavy.-"Then I'm afraid ,,I the The Northern 2,200-ton- ship has joined Task .II. for the purchase of U.S. Savings Bonds. -... ,all. ,there: is'.to. itl Xiofit: { b':'after month;'. .

t\ West!, has been informed, through j i you are a poor judge, for the Force of Admiral European Richard L. Con- II your savings will be on :: .tWend'often I =
the medium of the (1 But here's good news can stan; 'c ting-four l dollars _
t. Navy Depart-j, book says they are light and ;; nolly, Conmander-in-Chief of years you Jlf .
mentV "Navy Safety Review",'I feathery" .- !! U. S. Naval Forces Eastern Atlantic = tTncle Sam has now made it possible; for'your for every three you've)invested.J-J: : '.","-- =

t'1 that the Submarine Base has been and Meditarranean.: II lank to let you in on an equally fine savings plan. Join'the'BondA-MonthtPlanl". . ._ .
selected to receive Ihs "Navy I World .War II veterans head i fI r'i ,.. '...:;' .
.' Meritorious Award for Achieve-i about 18' per cent of U. S. house- 11 . {.. ,f . ', ::;,.:. N
ment in Safety." holds. [Two New Homes '

: The award is made on the basis j Il f< = AUTOMATIC SAVING IS SURE SAVING. ;;;' ;: \/n. .. B

tit the following considerations: improvement in frequency and' ,... '' 'r :
!! Are To Be Built
rates" tHe maintenance : &' .
t The Secretary of the Navy': : II :i: ;- ; '
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those stations attaining or main- :; record. ;; were ; ''' .
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today by Building Inspector Errol .
tanning an outstanding Safety -KO rninp o this ward resulted ,I /; "
whole-hearted Sawyer for two new residences. '1! ;:( .t :
-from the / !
Program. Many factors are considered ; .. .
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civilian i I| A $10,000 concrete block -
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in 'selecting sU's wor- '- crauun every person L: II.. Sponsored by ..' :, .:t
is to be built by Judge : .
thy of this highest award. Adequale' and navy who is part of .
the Submarine Base organization. Thomas S. Caro of Criminal '
safety instruction, periodic.
i, physical examinations periodic IJ j It i is intended to mark the occasion Court in Johnson street in the A- '.v'-
r of the receipt of this award Martello Towers section of the :
safety rule enforce-
ment.. submission of all reports with'.appropriate ceremony whenit city. It will be on parts of Lots Lea > I
f v promptly end accurately to the is reeciyed. < :':' 4 and 5 in Tract 27. The KEY WEST Cll:eN'
Alvarez, 835 Olivia .
*.Safety Division and to the Bureau' As a-matter of interest it is to Maria r
that the Submarine Base street, is to build a frame residence / '* r
be noted
of Employees' Compensation an : .
p adequate program for testing, is one of forty-four naval indus- at that address that will = \. ':..ti(:. . ,: :" '.. ::
training, an dlicensng motor-ve- ; trial activities, out of three hun- cost 4500. tI .. >>- :- -J. .
I hide operators and the use of dred reporting stations of the = This. is an official U. S. Treasury dt-pr.pare4' ad44 -' ec.4. _:. '$'." .
there 40 miles of ;
| industrial and safe-driver awards Navy's world-wide short organi-I I i 1832 were 1 N of Treasury Department and Advertising'Council t":: : =
States. .
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I i Iur? ,::y. Alice,-PittsJPeds.> ?. A::11!. .I.:, :"--". .Final V Session" Of 'S .id.ills' ItvKey ,. .

Lester In I Business School i ;;, West On 'Visit .- ,
Impressive Ceremony I : '

Begins i Mo mlay I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seldin for l\7EIl8-d1l. .
f'An impressive ceremony was Misses Edith Pitts, Sadie PilUScottic \ :
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held Wednesday night at 7 cluck Dickinson and Jean Dick : mer residents of Key West, arrived -
) i' The final sessionoL the even- I in town yesterday for p 1 .
at the Sacred Heart Catholic inson.
[ business school will start >.T'
will ,ing short visit .
Church,. Tampa, uniting in mar- "Mr. and Mrs motor -I 2ND
through the Southern states 1 l j I Monday night April 5, and continues r i Mrs. ScJdin nee Helen Pollock.
care Miss Mary Alice Pitts.
,; resided in Key'West prior to her
on Monday Starts 9 ,A. M.
their wedding trip. They planto
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Theo-I and Thursday nights until May:i marriage to Mr. Seldin. whom she
; ore R. Pills 820 South boule-i be away for a fortnight Mrs. 27. ,met in Key West during the war SALE
:.J fueL Tampa and City Attorney !l Lester traveled in a brown faille Another of the popular introductory I| The couple arc visiting Mr. and
(1. Igifdtius tester of this city.I suit featuring a short jacket with courses for beginners of :. frs, Robert Pollock, local jew- MONDAYVALUES
I. The Rev. Thomas F. Cooney was ape detail at the shoulder nine typewriting will.get underlay; M ers, /hand arc returning shortly1tb'thgif , > .
the officiating priest. I and full' skirt. Her accessories I I then' as well as the advance*!'I '! ho.m'C'i in Red Bank, New .- -:- -,;.-."
The article claSs. Shorthand calculating -,j:!Jersey
{(, recording tte marriage were brown and her corsage, an:I jnachines '
: appeared in the Tampa orchid. and business English'corn- : '
,,, . Tribune as follows: I "Out-of-town guests of the I. prise the rcat of the program of j I' There arc almost l 400,000 miles .1Grou 1 : '
r: f The'altar was decorated with occasion were Mrs. A. R Moore, fered. *M..V* !,..of i ilroad! tracks; }America.. CroupDresses.
i vases of Easter lilies and lighted t J New Orleans; Mrs. W. W. Demei'- :This year .has fbeen' ,tfic. -first
Ijy cathedral candles in candela- itt, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lester 5n 'which adult bru>ine. a ;education I..nmnDIIIIIllIWIDUlllnWmWtllllllllllllllmllllllUn.! .
bra. A musical interlude pre-|i! Miss Ophelia Lester Key West I has been offered: ;tm, Key I r
cbding the vows was presented j Florida; John Pearson, Jr., Scars- West and the response.. while I 1I
I I By Mrs. Martin Butler organist j dale New York, and Key West not large has_ been convincingand 1I I I Dresses
and Mrs. E. Arrange vocalist. I Florida, ; Mr. and Mrs. C. A proves that there is a defin- i
!.."The bride given in marriage Pitts Westport, Connecticut; itely felt need in this community
by her father; was attired in awhite Miss Edith Pitts Mrs. Margaret for this type of education. Those VALINTINi'SVALsPAR
1 satin gown styled with a Duer, Herbert Pitts Gainesville: taking advantage of the courses
deep lace yoke and sleeves outlined Miss Sadie Pitts Miami; Mrs. D. were mostly service personnel
I with narrow ruching of illusion I P. Baumann and son, Dave, Jr., I and tourists and it is hoped that ,
and full skirt which fell another the town people will
a year
f fnto deep folds ,at the hemline. i John of Dayton Dickinson.Ohio.Scotty; Mr. and and Jean Mrs. i attend these !classes,, ff f The shoulder length drapery ofihe. Mr.. Instruction has been under the
e Dickinson. St. Peterburg; .
two-tiered veil of illuion I direction of Ruth OConnelU a I .
I G. B. Knowles of Bradenton;
was edged with Jace and she earl business teacher in the local
l fjted.a cascade of small calla lil- {II I and circuit Judge judge Ross Dade Williams county senior Miami day,school. It ha, however, not I $ $99
I t fes and white orchids. Florida." been a part of the: regular school
,}:""The attendants Mrs. D P. i I 1 program, but if interest and attendance ,' 1EXTIA 4'9
I &umann, the bride's sister maid Ii warrant: another year .
I (JI honor Mrs. Joe Robbins and I COMMITTEE MELTS Miss OCJonnell say*, 'might see .
/ f Miss i Ophelia Lester of Key Wes, I (Continued From Pace One) it as part f'the regular 1 local I DURABLE
bridesmaid, wore organdy frocks! essential for the workshop are I education program:;, .t i.1 ,
fcJiPmrd with off-the-shoulder'!! to be discussed before the visit ,,
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fccklmeh, edged' with matching : of Dr. Edwards. tse .
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ruihing..' and Very full skuts : The workshop is for teachers STRAND THEATREiAirtCondiliontd s ; .. - .- .. .. .- '
Whey earned colonial bouquets There thinking and planning areI j ... "
weetpeas; and roses arid wore I I necessary in order that it meets I n".1IAII WITS .NUlHI 1
&pw of satin ribbon and should- their nerds and wishes Supt. Now Showing 1
iF length veils of matching; net in : Albury said today. i "MOTHER WORE:TIGHTS" 1 1
I their hair. The honor attendant's ; Monroe County Workshop will I Betty Grable --Dan Dailey Group Group
I glmn was pastel blue and the be held in Key West from August I
( \ dher two wore pink and yellow i, 16 through September 3, It Starting Sunday
1 ftsp&tr\$ly.. ; will be conducted without tuition '
.&,Mr. Letter; was attended h>' fees from the teachers.. I Errol Flynn .Ida Lupino .
I hts' fall r. Lanrelot Letter of !! i : SA THING SUITS
, '\ gey West as lest man, and the I MONROE THEATRE S SLIP'Ss7'u( :
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1 1 \Others; were Teddy Pitts, John ir I _
,. Rcarson..Jr, of Staisdale N. Y.. r; EASTERN AUTO Now Shn vm;: .
1. ., and'Herbert Pitts. t I "ZENOBIA"Oliver
:fc"Mr. and Mrs. Pills were hoots tI i and Home Supply Hardy Jean Parker- HOMEAPPLIANCE
al reception at the Pitts and Billie Burke .,
the ,ceremony The I! 1101 DIVISION STREET I ': and SHORT I SETSVALUES [

bride's table was laid with lace ApprovedKAISERFRAZER Starting Sunday VALUES to.
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\ and decorated with a low arrange Lina.Monies en
mcnt of white flowers. The I "LA MULATA DE CORDOBA 'PHONE' 11
peep and white motif was repeated i I Spanish Picture ''I 605 Simonton St. Key West! to sWttHrgular

I in the flower* throughoutthe the hosI'HaliUes SERVICE: .: i .; ......."igI11G.. : ., 1ltmmnnJjJI..llnllllllmKllnlllllllllll.:: . I $ 98
home. Assisting in >- "' ''- :-- -- - '
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|) I Jey, Mrs. Walter Jungmeyer Mrs. 1 MechanicAPPELROUTH'S ,
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The Styles Are As New and Cool As Today . Ladies'PANTIES
.4 the Colors As Beautiful As the Morning Flowers SPwLSu
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S DRESSES 8395 t:;" :; GAGE 849 50cGIRDLES
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Seen To Oe Appreciated -
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,\ -'. '' ,AVERAGE $179c
t"': ( .THI FIGURE Regular
1 t s: a If yu'r S'4" .r under,
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( it FABRICS { % Ned eiatcieKy fer yen.Sweet .

Our showing of fabrics em- JtJ.t : t'\\\\ I
.,T. braces such wonderful,lore -
t It materials, as Matelasse I. ,
{ Organdies in Pastels and '\: { $398
Prints \ .
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that Summery Cool Look. ) t\\ .. -. . ,
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COHAMA at per yard 't' J\\) ; embroidered. sporting a
p S4.3S. Also Rosalie Betnberg 1 .1 I Ia \ r r t alto belt and a pleated 1 GROUP

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New Styles in Ladies' Swim Suits and Short*
eBeach Towels Beach Robes "Beach Sandals

.r _e_ Our BOYS' Department Is Complete I

I Boys SUITS. With and Without Coats . SHIRTS: . OFF

: sh'l! SHOES lust arrived! A Sport COATS and Long TROUSERS _._. ,
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a Man Phoning RHYTHM SI HI' WEDGIES at S8.95 j jNw "
iIiI Showing of . ,\LL MEMBERS of YOUR FAMILY I

MIRACLE 'I I SHOES for Infants Shoes for Little Boys and Girls I ,
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