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 6, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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i of a banquet that Russian officers 1 and Sons. was arraigned yesterday i II I

'i gave British officers h I :.,tI afternoon" at 5 o'clock before i
Peace :Justice I
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spirit of peace, at least on the surface f i* charge of embezzlement, 'pre t t4 I I
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, ,.prevailed today in the four + r e ferred against him by riiilip Top ; j
zones of Germany. pino, a member: of the company. I I
Russian officers expressed : The complaint reads that Mc- t

their regrets to the British over Kinnon, while a bookkeeper, for .

the collision yesterday of a Russian -I ;;r the company, took approximately l
fighter plane and a British i e $200" and di-appeared. from the /j

transport, in which.IS were kill city. I I ICAI"
ed including the.'Soviet The case was reported to Sheriff
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'i The Soviet officers declared flyer'j tl Berlin Sawyer, and he learned

.t, the smashup was purely TWO U. S.'MP'S-STAND BY with submachine. guns as a German policeman checks papers of an that McKinnon's. wife worked in Ij
cident automobile driver at a roadblock in the Berlin suburb of Wannsee Saturday. The roadblock is in the Kress- store i r."Key 'West j

. Not Russian. fighter: plane tie} U. S. sector but close to .the boundary of the Russian zone. It U on the main highway lead- While investigating that angle
peared over Berlin today, ap.1 I ,DC the story, he. was informedthat I
\ ing from the U.S. sector.: to Potsdam in the Russian zone. ,
dctpile that condition ( : I. McKinnon had called her up I ,
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Lucius D. Clay the American --- -- - -- -------- -- on telephone.: Sheriff -
I military governor; has squadrons I I 1 I Sawyer then learned'that the !!I TRUMAN signs the history-making foreign rid. bill into law in a Whit House cerr ?-

I of American fighter; planes in Several Matters\ Rafael FerrerAnnounces call came from Orlando and he j i mony Saturday. Looking on (left to right) are: Sen. Arthur Vandenbcrg (R-Mich.'; Secretaryof !
readiness to pres them into service telephoned Sheriff Black; in that the Treasury John W. Snyder: Rep. Charles A. Eaton (R-NJ.J; Sen. Tom Connelly t 1C f- .

should any 0 other Russian For city and asked" that....McKinnon. Secretary of the Interior Julius Krugj House Speaker Joseph W. Martin ( Hep. S..1
I fighters interfere with the flyingof I, be a'rrested; J Bloom (D-N.Y.). and partially hidden at right is Secretary of Agriculture Clinton Anderson.
American planes on their way Two hours later;; Sawyer; was
To Be Considered informed ---- - - -- .
by Black that McKinnon - -- - - - - - - -
to or fiom the American zone in ( SheriffRafael !' -
this tity.Steel. County had been- apprehended, and 'C-----c-- I
Sawyer went to Orlando and Fines
: Ferrer, operator of brought the priuoner back to; 7,000 Hard Coal

, }* { Here For By City Commission i I Pepe's Cafe today formally announced Key JusticeAlbucy West. hrld'McKinnonJn. '", 1 j! Rise To $12,699

hi. candidacy in the I
; $1,000 bail for action in. the

I Wall For Beach; *ONE r ORDINANCE: WILL! Sheriff May Democratic of Monroe primaries county. FeeI for-, criminal: court. ; In 1st 3 Months\ Miners Walk Out

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Is Being PlacedSteel ORDERS MINERS HACK i I i i AMEND TOBACCO: : TAX I rer's statement says: :, i'ETS'. SERVIC.G: ; i: During the first three months!

3 '.. "In announcing my candidacyfor OFFICE CLOSEDAPRIL: : : of this year fines totaling $J-: : In

for the construction of the MEASURE( : PAY I OR;I Sheriff of Monroe county in : 7 TO 14 699 have been l collected: by Mun- Penn. TodayAIR

brcakwall around the new County I the May 4 Democratic primary, I The icipal Court Judge tilery Al : -
COSTS Monroe
Beach at West Martello Tower i wish to state that if I am elected, county veterans bury. as compared with $9.076
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it I service office at ny has arrived here and is now being: x City Couunisiion at its meeting : I will endeavor to do all that i is will be. closed from during the first quarter of 1947.I ,
installed by Charles Toppino & in to in all .April : City Clerk Victor Lowe repented CHIEF
Sons, the contractors. 1 1It 1,4 in City Hall tonight will have my power improve : 7 through Reason April 14. today. FORCE( ; : : 1ATIIYWITI|I Mil i I-

is expected that by this fall several matters' called to its at- for the'closing is the The record shows that fines
!i FOR SHERIFF absence of the service officer. COAL WORKMEN
the wall will be complete, the tention. Jack A. Saunders. Ntfr. t i collected in January this year NOW
i.'r Saun- y
wind will be installed in back of it amounted to 3797. in February .
.Miss Ophelia Lester, &islerof' :
ders.wjU,be at; Veterans AdtlutiisttaNdti'pyxtUigs"pital
.f' ,andhc..bca..w_ ,ill ib e.Jf caill I r- the r 'dur.t -- i,to $4,743and in March to $4.153. _; .I.\I.E ;2'I; DAYS # of

urge.There 'act in behalf of her brother whois ing that period. as compared to January. 1947. to Eli) T.. "......t.. rp...,
wilt be'a wall approximately alt absent from the city. i $3,273, February to $2,899 and : PHILADELPHIA. April 6.
1.400 feet'runnin from
March to 2899.
the foot of Reynolds street in the J An ordinance will be introduced I Seven thousand bard coal' mini E \
will to amend the tobacco tax or- THESE THINGS I PROMISE in Pott grille, in
direction of White street. It I : eastern pan "iPennsylvania
dinance so as to permit using I I Rev. l
run about 700 feet from, shore. A. E some of the realized from I t will have a woman matron Bridges } went on sink-' -
There will be a wall t. money I at the County Jail at all times to
laa the tax to the morning in sympathy \\ ''II:
defray costs of imposing -
mately 1,400 feet approxi-I: and collecting the taxes.. properly. protect and handle' females : Asst. Pastor InWashington T p1 the soft-coal nunt'l'5.'h... I h., i\,
the foot of Reynolds Another ordinance provider I I who ar.Jrought into cus- k been out of their pits for 23 ii.i; ', .
direction of White 11 todyiI ; today. ,
for paying Municipal Judge Hil- :
run about 700 feet from shore. ery Albury at the rate of $2,100 I I will givtr the tame commonsense John Eagan. head of tom I i ;
wall will have a wooden application of law enforce. 1.-- .. .JAI' xwl local
The a year. He now reocives $1,300 o aid that the mei. > J
walk on it the full length. The annually. I meat on the Keys as in the City of Itev. Robert T. Bridge, onetime held a district meeting last in abut ::'

walk will be so constructed thatit Two resolutions will be introduced RAFAEL FERRER_._ Key West. It is not fair to the pastor of the English Wesleyan not a word was Mid drum( :: .:: l I.!
will float to shore In a' heavy correcting the assessments ---- -- I citizens of the Keys to .b* denied;.' ) Church in Key West, hi; ; the discussions, indicating: t tI ,-t t 'I

storm so as not to weaken the tAP \\.tre 4i0'..' against two property owners. I respect the conditions which we courtesies which are granted to ;; been named assistant pallor: of a they would walkout this rn'a.inr.lit' ; .
t construction (in a blow. In one "the personal property I face today. residents of Key West. . i i i church in Washington, where added that they went to "i,- "\j.
! The wall be five feet above FEDERAL JUDGE MATTHEWF. taxes will be reduced against the "Tlieie is no doubt that thereis I I will have paid deputies operating i I Abraham Lincoln used to wor- t.t, 1t mines as usual but instead.1 I 'I'
, mean low water. The steel will McGUIRE (above) signed a grocery store run by Jose Ore- I plenty to be -done. shall not in cars owned by the sher I, ship. The Washington Post has coing: to work turned about ,n.-i I jjleturncd j'
the rocky try to tell you that I am goingto iff's department patrolling the I to their homes. jj j
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be driven four fctrt into temporary restraining order poza. I the following: to say about the i I J
make a paradise out of what highways of this at all they explained that their ,, 4
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bottom of ocean.Temperatures In the other the assessed valuation appointment:
Saturday night in his Washington !r we have in the! Sheriffs! office I IludttY. t '
times to insure the kind of has not been sanlioned I
against Lot 20, Square 5. protec- A native liondonrr today will try I INl I
apartment directing JohnL. and Tract 30, will be reduced I tion which present-day travel de. become assistant pastor; of historic l K.-al.: I
Lewis to end the strike of from $850 to $200. A house: v.vs "I do maintain however that mands. New YOlk Avenue Piesbytrrian Washington r.f.wtefi Upartment -...: his United Mine Workers. wrongfully assessed: against the their is a lot that can be done.Iand I The sheriffs office will be kept : Church. 13th slice ami \ D'- of Jifetice lii. i 1 f
730 A.M. EAT. property of C. Leon Saundei.-: ,. anyone who ha"i (lie I I open on a 24-hour basis. I have New York avenue nv. ,,., tomorrow for John L. La-1. i Iivi.pond I
his home town at heart as I do. (
Cushnian Fined I I In a third resolution to he introduced I never believed it proper to expect'' He is: the Rev. Robert T., to the mart action t ; ,. t
will tell exactly the same
tonight will permit the thing. >ou crooks to operate only during i; Bridge, who since the war's end GEM. HOYT S. VANDEHBERG; : against him or be adjudgn! I.
t Station- payment of a bill for $2.342 for I those hours of daylight when the I has been assistant to the directorof contempt of court: 11.... staff i ,
J Atlanta .* 53 $75.00 And Costs the tobacco tax stamps. "Of course ambition and must faith I II sheriff's office has been open.I I the Red Cross Office of Insurance (above). presently vice chief of that one of two things will < i
i Billings 33 ,:I are vitally necessary. One will devote special efforts to heie. 'I staff cf the U. S. Air Force will cur in the case. either Le-w:> ,: uticht

,+ Birmingham - --'- 6Rismuik Henry'. Cushnian of Miami have Jaith, in himself all eke.and otherwise faith I the youth of this county. j II I 11 11,,.. appointment will make I become chief of staff of the Air it in court: or will .' :,
above -
ir; _. 32 pleaded guilty befoie Judge :: India( Seeking I in !the all Lord is lost.: believe proper guidance 01'' New York Avenue the only cwi j jgreealion Force July I, when the retirement way and be adjudged m even" I
r, Boston -.- 55 Thomas F. Caro today in Ciini- j I thelaevplc I, delinquents can alleviate much of'I :: here with a pastor an.l j tempt
Charleston '___, 61Chicagu l.nal Court to a charge of driving -i i Atomic (PowerMADFAS. "I hereby of Monroe pledge county myself to tin!: the after-effects of juvenile mis assistant pastor fiom the Driti d, of Gen. Carl Spaatz becomes (More than 100.000 v .,.1"\ ,., ...
l Dr. Marshall mil in allied industries liav- !I. ,
-- 43 j h>; automobile on Oversea i I I v.-Hhui and demeanors. :! Isles. Peter effective. Vandenberg is i
,. 71 while intoxicated. : everything my power I I (cr. io Scottish i 9 nephew of Sen. Arthur Yen ddvci fly affected l hy th )
Coi pus Christi --= Highway India.Al'In( ) -!I work with all the strength of my There should be proper housing i I
Denver .- 33 I Cushman was fined $75; and dia wants atomic power to meet mind and body to lift the Sheriff: I f for the delinquent children in I II "Mr. Bridge entered the U.nted dcnberg (R-Mich.). chairman of coal strike, government mv. I t.gators t. I 1
Detroit .- .. _u u 43 costs and Ins driver's license was its chronic fuel shortage. Three : office from the chaotic conditions I other places than where adult offenders (Continued On Page Eight) the Senate Foreign Relations estimated today ) !
j KI P WJ ._. ,_ __._ 50 revoked. ;.I atomic research stations have which surround it today and I I are held. committee. --- -- -- I Ii

FL Worth __-- -----'-- 68 State Highway Patrolman W. been set up. two in Calcutta and I place it on the high plane; whereis I This county cannot hope to! Of 1000:J i -- Taylor RobertsConferring)
Galveston .._. .._ __ ____ 7? 11. Stevens testified that Cush- one in Bombay.. says Dr. rightfully belongs. !I maintain a sheriff's department !I i ,
Jacksonville 65; man drove through the frt tollgate tied to me. I comparable to the counties Jnyshces Give
iswarup Bhalana ar "I have no strings: largest i
Kansas City . . n'- 48 I without paying his toll, and director of scientific Shitnt-I and have made no commitmentsand I I I of this state. but we can expect to I I l Cars Inspected ; Today( 11
KEY WEST .--.-- 77 then bumped in the bridge leading .I I have no connections with any ': make use of the facilities of the i May Lay FeteAt :
._. 78 to Craig, when he was ar political clique. and of the I! i
West Airport or Federal Government
Key I I BUD OF JAMES organization I : A total of 2.640 cars trucks: :! Lt. Col. Henry Taylor. .Ir wl-n: ;
Los Angeles . .... 51 I rested. 1 1i "Your consideration will) bJ ap- :I State of Florida to guarantee efficiency a meeting of the Harris
I 'f .iriSEIURT 55, SKNTTO :/ I and other motor vehicles havebeen formerly lived in Key West hut
Louisville .-. .-'" 64Miami I presiated and vour vote win never in service and protection in School Room Mothers plans were
I II I I : inspected: by City Police, now of Miami returned here t--
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JJ Lot be forgotten.: all property and person. I made for a May Day festival.It
New Parking I I and Firemen out of a total estimated day to talk of National Gua; I
Minneapolis 37 I I ha.-t.1 : We can have liberality without will be held on May 6 on the
The body of James T. Wi at 3.000 in town. Tax matters with Capt. Will E. P
New Oi leans _. -- 71 the ('asa I COLIN; ,.; TO sacrificing decency and I will approach grounds; of the Harris School.
[to.; chief engineer of SS ENGLISH I Collector Archie Roberta reported Roberts commanding officer (.t(
New YOlk 60Nmfolk AI 1 Sub Base MercI J Grande who died of a heal attack HAVE OPEN HOUSE I in a common-sense manner : today. ; Jeanne Mullins i h the queen. Battery A, 712lh AAA.
_. ...-*... 61 while thevessel the enforcement of laws affecting Ornaldo Lopez is the king.
-- ufld''r early yesterday i AU'chide owners are now Much of the inns---------" ;
-.- 58 I C"nstruct was way TOMORROW P. M. trade and the enter i A cake and candy sale; will also. .
Oklahoma City -- -- was off Key West will I our tourist charger! an extra $1 which is: about the question of t-pn'' >
Omaha _" _' _--------- 46 j t!lay at the U. S. Submarine lie s-liipned' bv Piitchard Funeral Colin English will) hold open I teirunent of our service personnel. ;I. paid In the l polivin< Pen:.aeola 69 Base of a new parking lot near Home today to Long house in the I.a Concha Hotel I will not consent for any person Inc into court for failure to have to Fort StewartGeorgia, in A ; .

!Kiianoke: . : '____--' 55 the Ship's Store, right off South- Calif., for burial. at.h.1 I lobby on Wednesday evening between i to have the privilege of violating their ears inspected in the five I IMPORT tNT! I! u.:t foi training. Tb1 battery -.."l I Ii Ii
St. Louis -. 53 ard street. W :""halt' lmd- was turned i 7:00: and 8:30: o'clock. any law.I week period which expired Sat- i be conrfor 15 days.
Sail Antonio .-_ 69 | The lot of about 230: feet by over to Coionn' Ira F. Albury i Through an enur in the announcement will be liberal in my interpre- urday. HEAR t:ipt. Robert e.\plain--H ;; }\

Seattle 39 i 1150 feet. yesterday off Key West. It wa :I which appeared 'in I tation of laws governing our local The(' money i u- tamed over !t.. piogrcbs of leciuiting, Hit t .II' j
Tallahassee Ga j, Workmen were black toppin:; brought here by the Pilot Boat I Monday's Citizen, the date was" affairs but I will be strict in the City Clerk Victor Love and then JOHN H. i tp.ry up to strength to Lt' l ..I! 1 1
Tampa 65_. the lot today. It will. be finished: from Porter Dock. A widow of incorrect.: : enforcement of all laws protecting I deposited with the City Tax Collector SPOTTSTOD ; Taylor.

Washington DI ,! this week. Wishart lives at Long Beach. I I your property and your person. i i j-
:I The same conduct will be demanded -, Candidate for Sheriff jI -tI aaad1 C.r.h.1l"I

I r William and PALACE THEATER, of my deputies. I II -I PHONE 12.s Over WKWF I SANDY'S GARAGENext

low Weekly Summer Rates ElWOOd S PlaCe Fleming Sis.!; BEST CYPRESSSTRUNK I, I solicit for this your vote and your sup- TICKET OFFICE I to La Concha H.-M, 1 i

Now In effectFine I i GRADE Wm. Marshall and Adele Mora port program. TONIGHT ,'
FRED O. EBERHARDT. : 104 Duval Street Phone SOIj t tt t
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Personnel j j I' "RLACKMAIL"
for Navy I II
Opp. Bus ICE CREAM. pint 30e LUMBER' YARD News and Shorts CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF. 6:15: 'ClueC ) 11 t j Body antI Fender Work"
CENTRAL HOTEL. Station Open Till 10 P.M.-Ph. 866 ((1) TELEPHONE 81S !I I TONIGHT IS PRIZE NIGHT I NI'ai.i ....lit .. I i I 51. PaId i'.oil.-.I 1 Ad4rrtiaemrua" [ CARS PAINTED from 535.00r .
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that timeworn TUESDAY APRIL
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-. t. 'From J-h Cimen Buildlnc saying "Don't let pleasure interfere with ai &.. Today gives a love of nature And i ,.
i' a.a. 'Ctor>rr 01'11. and Ann street and
delight in studying the
= OnlyDatly'\ ty fa Ke t' West and business." a ..* Ctocet' SELLS Thai Clod
NIf6nl love the '
r tlmntr . Daytinw'Sinitnar, laws of life.'They *$ n-
= - You speak aptly in Key West today ..I.. e'1'T .rtLw w ...*.. ..... I templation of natural beauty,t; STAR BRAND
matter '
loitered at Key \Vemt. Florida as second ela t '
dee ftN
+ be inclined to :
that saying to 'Don't and may a secluded -
1 -: when you change 'rtU ('7,1Lt. TI....r .
a WRMBRR, OP THE ,ASSOCIATES j RESSV ...... Tee.aM.i: ........ .to. .. : life. There is a fluent exij l 'AMERICAN
t ., with business.: ; COFFEE
latd. U exclusively entitled to let politics interfere 1 1s
TheA* frets I
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f _- DM for reproduction of all new dispatches credited tout .e; In ..*al*'tltlaNBr. pression of thought,. both in | and CUBAN
i* lo It or not otherwise credited In this paper, and Believe it or not, with nine-tenths of lw, besea. speaking and writing, plenty of ,-Trr A, Pound Todi c T-
also the local news published. here.SUBSCRIPTION to encounter hard war ,'
the supposedly stronger sex in Key West courage!!
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a-s W*]Month MoiUM.T': t- ;: ; t-r ,'; : _..11'Jjl to harder; observe than the the latter"pleasure"bit of advice one. is e:Oft-Honeymoon: In N. T.-'b e I "...!--L- T 1' : 1 sJ-J.-__. -

Month : : Breakfast'Chib be. > ', +s
p. ; ; ; ;. Try to walk a block today without being -* :t
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e ', AbMRTt4IU)'1U'I'tt.) : t 1 buttonholed by a Key Ozark Valley FoTkmt> 1hs I
e r Mad.nowa.ossAbNit IIt 11.arr, Fact is the t-40-Fred Wartn Show-ptMusi >. .
I r'J.: r.t primed to discuss politics. !;, For Too-cbs -- '*
: .rEttia. ttttc : : My ,Story bra_.* -
campaign is sizzling over, and you are an
W Alt ra4lfcB* '. icrp .t4a ot'f\if\/'p/e80laUOb! It:30-'PoW of'Svricte, *>be t j
*t re.peety| lobitiiary! ioii 1d.1 sif>i>ocr fc . w !l' .**. adept in side-stepping if you go through a Half H*ir of Serial*- "
.= charted for at lb. faU of 1iPeata; : fialn S Say It With lltustc-mbe, _
Notlt-Mi tOt CBUrtalnhiMtt fcr rhfercHM frtn which day without talking about some of the 64 11-Oft: -Arrt-ur Coo'frn.Bftakfast'tn .Shwurr**,* yri
I a t.r.nue rs tb-b. dented aHi 5 eelit .a ftnl;*' H.n.wood-.bc'
j . eetakhe thlpnblte .it oph. forum and OOfrliOial dUJ local candidates and several running for 11:3eeen Alexander Show-Sot
I t 'd* << Orreneral *
I = InlaFeAtj iebu'f'J "i'ab: a\h: '\: Anonymous state-wide offices. 11:45-Serials :3!4 brs.-cbs

I = tommuhkattonsie. I .!. __ *, -- :: ." -_:, _' -' .. While this editorial for instance, was Afternoon
IS Welcome Traveler
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in process of fruition in stepped a woman Kate Smith Speak*-irbs r
I who has been familiar with politics in 12:30-Word* and .Korfc- bcDaily
Band Concert mbs
.. ,4 .,.... Monroe for many years, just to drop a wordor M-Klisk: Bait Ronr *be1.0ft I At' Wlrrpbotol

:-. ... 1. More Hotels and Apartments. two about her favorite candidate. She ln-The: -Tovt LpPF Hoar of a.rK s.rtale-flba.k'. G!:OACC V. ALLEN: (left) Is sworn in M rabUnt .4'e!' *tarr of I

t r said that she can't hustle now as she Used Qu ca for a' Day--mbt ilatc for public affairs by Marvin Will (right! cf the Orisionel
:. : 2. Beach and >Bathing Pavilion. : '
:3 -BrVie and Groom-at*
.. 3. Airports=Land and Sea. to do, yet she i is still among the ablest Martfci Block Records-mb foreign Service Personnel at the State Department tA i at
ita 3oa-Doub a or NouhtebLadles
;.: .. Consolidation of County and political workers in the entire coUnty. be" seated-ab.
of H- A. Wallace
words with Russia. He has accused DrY
City fJoVfernrnfenta.: : She has a way of bringing out the 330: '-The.'Pari7- bePa ,of "ptfroling" Soviet propaganda.Key .
1 WhriemanRccerd
: :: 5. Community. Auditorium.MONOGRAPH! good qualities of the man she is supporting 4:torRlmt.: .Qufa- ba __ __ ...._ _____ i
430 Winner Take :Au-b. ........... 1 t
without about his !
saying anything l.ullUlUlllim.sll dldlllllMtmmunnultl
n oppo-
Treasury Band Stand- abc
: : IL' nents. She knows the political game so B.00 Kiddies-School Hour'of the., west-'Air:-repeats ct>'- 1 ta. West In I t Trees To Fight i!
i veil you would think, when she finishes later)-abe and'mbs "
8:43-Lum and :Abnet-cbs-eari Soviet Drought !
1 I
talking that her candidate i is the ;
To :the'Yo rS-.otj key '>Vesl: only one i Days '
f in the field for the office to which he Conc4By t : new, air-conditioned buses make .
as. your
!; ,:jrfitt'politics; : t ; inake tf8hge' bedfel-! ': ETWORKr ,I :MOSCOW. (AP), -Russia's: j I
I ; pires. : PROGRAMS II AS TAKEN FRO} FILES OF : I trip North this year more pleasant than ever. Leave ;
.; lows, fa o'nbe more in evid'ertce. .F'or; Instance .... black earth area is MI be girded
:, Tl'.. tI\ ..** tteafer F r I THE CITIZEN : II j when frequent sched-
OF please on
Politics is state of mind that you
: and a one"catches" .lnlU.Jar4 '..fetM t*..,fcr. fwMtaia I I
:. ---but that is another story APRIL 6. 1933flff5tffiOIUIgIUUIUfUUIULW1U1UWrU1UhIuUIUIIlL7 with great forest belt comprising |
.. tuUar raktrac tw* I. < : ules . fake choice of routes
:-;.. :: maybe told some other time. far quicker than he caught the h..". *... ,..-. I lb / :: mere than 2,500,000 acres of j your .t ti
. and services. Ride
measles .t" ''Ie ft .HI.-,
before that disease .e-5P i
was brought ;.... .... .. trees !
U -I I j
:. THE ORACLE. :lit TT.gra. i' Melvin E. Russell
today announces if
.. pretty well under control. You try to back ... bw l.ei.l.a. I his candidacy in The Minister of Forestry: Motovilov I by time-saving -or, i

e away from discussions, even if you are one J I Citizen for state senator from : ays the program> will take eight, you prefer, stop over en route to visit _; =

1 !"Or of those wise voters who keeps his list of TUESP'Y! APRIL 4 I I this district which emb'jccsMonroe ,, years to complete '! historic and scenic spots. Greyhound's 1!
MUNITIONS TO ITALY realm Lee, Hendry and Collier
I :I i These rich grain growing reI I tour bureaus will assist in t
.", candidates to himself but you get caughtin 6 01'--._ PMr. $. S MIoo-lIbe counties. i|j: gions have been hit time and ;iI arranging itinerary and stop f

:- "Trainloads of light'armored cars, ma- the current of words and find it hard to wWreK.b....r1t 'ie.r.4ti1mt fleba' Jt.w.-: '"twiAAlr. f i I again by drought. The green your t
... overs at no extra charge.
t t'abr-w*"t belts and
-yw. r .r irrigation-planned
out of it. Captain and Mrs. on
get N.
r .. .... ,t Philip Cos- :
chine a'nd ammunition" are being '.tee 4tJ'l.nt. r1 1.X..dle'l .1bs..... ea 2n unprecedented scale toj I
guns Good advice talk Hair ,npotl'Itc -.... went grove who had been visiting in -are

r shipped .from' the American occupation a wish i but don't: politics as much .: : :.,, "..._be Miami, returned home yesterday. eliminate this threat. I 4c44 7 4' 'Z''Zw",? (roT MJ.wk '
: you argue. SctBrvwdPa? : zone in Germany to Italy, says Constantine 6:9n-r'Air;M 'nn- e.irabs; +aK grove's car was stolen. i.. A modest electric sign at I

Brown, newspaper columnist. Mental[ test : How long can listento .:...LAM.---.t and Ab'"er'rntteretieLoves repeattbtwestb. Broadway and 23rd St. advertis- j .
you .. ing an ocean resort was New tlh 88.60 IVen York S23.
that the Italian TJw- trrpnt 11)tbs7.0,9cv.r. ) > It was reported last
The writer asserts night ata
: !
.j : the radio without getting too much of ,r.1--"br--- of York's first experience with this I
meeting city council, hat
'T Government advised the Allies that Italian the moronic messages of the adjective, ad-. ,es..-r...ttenI-b..-..'..;<",Uw.\....en.beFu1tan --<<:'bIo the Key West: Tropics Aquarium phenomenon. Miami 3.30 Chicago 23.05
I Communists had'a private army of 'about I Lewt Jr.1" .-,""" is now-self-oustainfng: It was
: who better-armed than vertising announce ": _"e' ..4; :r-. t-.." decided to improve the circulatory etead. The body is scheduled to !11Vest Palm Reach __ 'I.'I 15 New Orleans --- 17.70
150,000 men, were -: i
I .4ee.k a A 40ntb reach here' Friday and funeral
..... s'stem of 'the j
.. the army arid,military police of It. ly. LEFT-HANDED AID N.wss n..U" P TInn,"'."T'ta.-end flat.b.73e4 -t.e aquanam. i I services will be held Sunday af | Si. Petrr:-burp _'_Uh_ 8.05: .Wa!:hiii ton, D. C. O.JO'

r It is perfectly obvious that a government : -r: .w.-. :+;.. rev''W.-1I11e Charles E. Smith 'woa'tlected ternoon. I

:.: to retain control of its country and -w.9).., r C.,...tafi.Phi"r'...._ -1)e president of the Key West Chamber -; j Tampa) 7..">:> Cincinnati __u..', 192,1
\ The influx of .
a Puerto Ricans into'the N .-t--tNt of Commerce at a meeting Today The Citizen says in an .
,, toYmaintaln order, must, have at its disposal metropolitan area of New York is so great 7:4.eekn ." eo\t"7"'be' this morning of the board of di- editorial paragraph: I '....'.

'. greater military strength! \\ than any that the Puerto Rican Government.has setup 'i"utsrti s-te: .C_.+ent. robs rectors. no"Under"ightworth a dictatorship: man has j I'I plea 15% F. W.f Tax a
possible opposition Consequently .:0I\-', ..1.V; TieP- 1- '
I unless the Allies were party.willing to see the, an office there to help the newcomers "Av,.9PTti T0 Asks_ WMP rlov.'v_P1a.-c-ba.-AbeMveterInu The Key West Junior Woman's"Club only !I i (!4MtR ,I'r: ; .
adjust themselves to their new !surround/ :rravp r-m' will be entertained in the
'. 'Communists take!: over" Italy by "revolution" ings. s.---.1t N._ Tlmrabe Public Library Friday afternoon duties' Keep your crowd together in a chartered
-: it was a:3l'-Dat. wN'"" .>d"-n" by Mrs. L. T. Bragassa and Miss i Greyhound Super Coach ;
to !
necessary get some weaponsof ..... : ? it
It is worth noting that the office does >>t: M*! Nort"bI!. Rae Louise Russell.
A.rfcoa'n'"'ooettn.Dcotacllv. -
into the hands of the soldiers of
war not, in most cases, directly assist the Puerto Drama Tlmmbs We fill all prescriptions when : !!
:: that --else Min'.... Nebs :
country. eS Key West Club
Rotary ,
at its
Rican citizens. It is what might be' called BLu a RON Ce nnentmb.9OOAr your old car starts giving you
.. ,. luncheon on Thursday, will electa trouble. GREYHOUND BUS TERMINAL
? : THE NEW LABOR LAW a referral agency, engaged in the task of : The m end.......1e.A "CrestcbtGabriel -nbew. president" to succeed Charles We carry a complete line of r, I

sending its applicants to existing govern- t:15-New* roadn.t--mtltt Heatter. Comment.' Taylor whose term has expired. Brake Parts.Ignition.Gas Fittings, I 512 Southard Street at Bahama Street Phone X42a

mental and private agencies.It nb Spark Plugs, Fan Belts. j
930: Fibber and Molly-
: The soundness Mrs. Arthur A. Lowe Jr., ofMiami
of the Labor-Man r'.ristopbeT\ W.n-bI
.. I is pointed out on behalf of the Pu- Boston S....|hor" t.ouPbe is visiting her sister-in- AT YOUR SERVICE . ;
I agement Relations Act of 1947 has been Gregory Hood Drama-roba DAY OR NIGHT :
{ law Mrs. Earl Baker. II
erto Rican Government that it does note I I
too0a-Bolo Hope Comedvnb.StnAto
\ proved. President Truman vetoed th
discrfurage or migration but One Drama-nbc I i i iI PIIOXE 1178
: measure on June,,23, 1947, and the Senatepassed encourage To, Be Annormeed-cbs I Cleveland Saunders today was .
that it recognizes the responsibility to help IO:3CJ.t' SkeHon Comedr-no. !I informed that his tister-m-law. JANE and SHINE
: it over the President's Veto Let Freedom ,Rinf-aba
by a
orient migrating workers and to collaborate Dance Orchestra-nib* Mrs. Eddie Saunders died at 1 | 1502 BERTHA STREET I
.... vote of GO to 25, and the House followed with other 104S-lf I In the rare lf- btl00Jlew I o'clock this morning in Home- '
governmental and private .
te Variety. S kr*-flte
suit by a vote of 331 to 83. And no matte ,., - -- - -
New Varlet Dance 2 hl'L-Cba
Z' how much the measure may be criticized' agencies in their adjustment. News News.and Dance Dance Band Band S tors.-abe-mba I /

by individuals it never would have been 12 DaociBc CooUnued-abe-wcst I II Vowyou /
Selfishness never built a town into a I
.. parsed except that the Congress! knew tha !
city. Let all the people in Key West pull TODAY IN HISTORYKnow ;:
,; their constituents demanded laws tha z'VOM :
together unselfishly and we will be on the ( America) 1 1I a
would guarantee justice in labor relation. road to 1789 t
progress. -Opening of the First Session
:'Those! are facts Just why any labor bosse 'of the U. S. Senate: counts get

.. should start the present new strikes and PLANES FOR TURKEY the electoral votes and declares ;

call on the ,workers to defeat all member:S Washington and Adams Presidentand ; h
Vice President .-
:.: of Congress!' who.voted in favor of the labo A news dispatch from Ankara Turkey - -1792;-;Fust U. S. respectively tstab: \

..,: : law is something that doesn't f reveals lashed in Philadelphia tf I
.. make good that a number of American by Act of
: sense. A-26 attack bombers have arrived and Congress. ,f it S- ,* \< :< I
-Thef. t
V. 4 : Mormon
that additional air force equipment is on Church estaWished'ii, .. .. "at". ,Palmyra. .;: <'< "
CASHED IN hand in connection with a Turkish pilot- "
1857-Historic' Dred Scott decision '

:: The first of the Armed Forces bond s training This program.information indicates:" that the: I I Court. by the U. S. Supreme :

will mature, on April 1. But at the pre enttime United States is providing the facilities! 1866-First Grand Army of. the : : for !
= Republic Post established, at De- ; your money
nearly 70 per of
ceht bond s that wit enable Turkish pilots to be thor- cator, 111.1909jfeobert.. ,

.: have been cashed J by veterans. The bond n oughlv familiar with American aircraft.. E. Peary, first to

I :: drew 2 1-2 per cent and were issued for Presumably, under any program of military discovervtne North Pole.
1917 -- ,_7
-TYnited: States eclarE'Swar
:.; five-year periods. The veterans had the assistance -J '
to Turkey, the United on'Gerrany: World War I.
-:. privilege of cashing their bonds on September States wit provide aircraft. Equally plainis 1933-Beer declared legal againin -'C.- - -

I :: 2, 1947. Up to the present time $114- I the uselessness of the planes if the Turks'have 1941 part--of Germans the country.invade_( Jugo- I C 4zVELflh -

:: 000,000 or 62 per cent of the bonds have no one trained for their operation. ; slavia and Greece> :" ::' ,

been cashed. v 1942-U. S. Supreme Court'de- t4
I t'ision. that, sitdown "tilts t 1 NEW
: The Government statements show that No seller ever admits that prices are sailots, eV.eti though in port, 'cun-by : BIG

veterans ,tf' World War I cashed their.ser getting too high.BOMBING. etitutes mutiny.1944Ameritan. 8 0

.) :" vice bonds more rapidly than the veterans w bombers make I t ( now gives )( .

= of World War II. IN CHICAGO heavy attack on Jap slrongrfold' ( toy GAS 25" You up to
.. of Truk. MAR .
1945-Jap planes bomb American for YOur
; >
: other
What happened about' the crime They take their politics seriously i in; invasion off Okinawa. lead' lIIoney th

e': wave about which we heard BO much the of ;. 1946-President Truman s VEIl "ashinar 'lllJrod IIcts an
ctiy Chicago, if we are able to be Arjny'*'Dy-?address op Chicago cuts Q d'S h rna de
lieve the Warns Britain t es
explanation advanced by Alder- .and Russia their and

: The, quickest and easiest way to get man John J. Duffy in connection with the Near East* : rivalry
_e your business! message the people of thistrading explosion of a bomb on his front porch.. war.1947-Government. works to j / dishwashing wgat.r...........
"- -< -.-.... .t e...
area is through '
advertising, in The The Alderman says that "politics" nation-wide telephone strike

: Citizen. I I prompted the bombing. The incident was Old patterns which characterize / s time in half! .

one of two which occurred in the Windy .,the knitwear of tiny Fair ._ &ve l11oney.
.: Every man, woman and child in Key City on the same day. Isle are reputed to date from 1:| Dishes and glassware BUY THIS GREATCOLGATEPALMOLIVEPEET

West should have some kind of garden If certain Congressman 1588 when one of the vessels of I| PRODUCT'.n
:' 1 plot. There are lessons to be this about ythe Spanish Armada was wrecked I gleam' without wiping! Yes Vel In the new,
learned from they will probably pass n Federal law on Its shores and seamen in. bigger box now gives you 25% tnor*

... Nature which are hot available anywhereelse. prohibiting the bombing of homes and strutted the Inhabitants in adapt I than other ever leading before.products Vel costs In less its . ounce fK eunce . that
class! Save
.. places of business because of :jng Meo t4i.dzslgnt, ..,on their dishwashingtime. .. up to half new
"politics. needled) !:' w ., ""*,.* I save money! Get this great
4 Colgate-Faunollvfc-Peet product now! Milder'
> .' .. to handr *!
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"TUESDAY... .APRti/6,1948 \ ', THE. KEY WJST .CITIZEN \ .c.t ' .AGrTtm. 1
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t -Clowns 'Beat Siibrori: Four '! + FOLLOWING. ."j- CHANDLER, DU1OCiiEJ1EMRET .AG.UTi.

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. j .' At .. SuhIi trine Base 10 To j I THROUGH? .-.), l--. .', <

PEDRO AqV. \ '
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I t .-.4"I" ........"...,r .
8 III Thrill. Packed Game -( -
: .With the ag'Lea Tc ms., i: ., .-



to have tho inside track in tbhiiiional iI

t Ell RIGHT UP TO 9TII, Announce Golfers j League. Although the ,J'J.

star shortstop is lck. they still I II

INNING, WHEN YIC- Standing In LocaCliampionToui'ne' :I i are the favorites for- they still

have Slaughter, Musial Krow ..' ;
-The Cat" Pollett. "
ski Mung J
The Clowns dawned the Su- ; ;! and Dickson Brazie GaragiohRites ; .! : .;'.:..,: ." : : ,
I i Nothey, Sisler and other:I .:
\irtyf Four barbell team Satu I
tUy at the Key West Submarine Individual member stiindinj., Dodgers will have Durochjr back It ,

BJwfitt one of thd'ioxt excitii In the Kev West Golf Club i IS I and he will give them the lot tI I -., "

,rime s 1 over played titere. The determined by the 'recent Junk I fay. Jackie Robinson will be ti' <

f -won with extra ha Chamber of Commerce city chair better, for he will not be a .
gClowiu trem:1
pionship tournament is as fo . man like las tseason. tNr 1.
for ,
Mows, they cot only 10 hit$ lows: '
i wards Barney. Casey and Reise ;
taint (or Subron Ft ur. 1. Humbert MlraJ. will give the Bunis lots of pep. .J t y

l The first half of the first inning' Andy Park i BOSTON BRAVES-They wil w.

started off with Gallagher geUing 3. Harry Knight I be the most improved club ip the I Ii I, ;. '.. :
4. William Curry i senior circuit. Billy thworth.:!
on base with an error by 'Stall 4q
i. 3. Ikey Park i will have a team he will be proud I "
The next Smith flied out to.
man. 6. Clem Price
I of and the players will be in the !
Elwert Burgohy hit a double, -
T. Jack Hayes i thick of the fight. Alvin Par! -" L"
ecortng Gallagher. Browo struck
12 Loucks
8. Kermit
at short will be a :
,' sensatiprSpahn. I f. .t" irephut.i t
out, Richardson singled to cent;:,
9. Bob Spottswood I
Sain and Voisell will peP-I..
field,' With Burgohy scoring. But.. 10 James Mira the club and Bob Elliott will bback BASEBALL COMMISSIONER A. B. CHANDLER (left) says

Ur struck out making, the $("Ore J I.' George Valdez J on third, .and, with burp': ''9oixt lurk Leo." *\ Vero S'ad\o F}*. imn ctlng. Leo Durecbcr.i .
2 ta 0. J 1%. 1fx Lopez help from the pitchers they wile manager of .the Brooklyn Dodgers for 'the first time. sin Leowas

; In.the .third inning Stsng&jouwc < 13. Bob Dillard har dto heal: ; 'suspended by the commissioner in 1847. Between them is

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h4 a three use hit to right 1;?. Charlie. Smith Biters like Mize, Marshall, Thpmp I u .j
Smith grounded out 1 to, T--
renter. 16. Bob Knowles .
| ron and Cooper tjie GiajUs wit
i Durgohy; Hodge hit a two base., 17. Fled Mathews be in'there, too. Jansen, wh (ball League April ,Co1L.Dinner
hit iq left center, tcoring.ElwerI 1$. Norinin Artman won 21 end lost but 5i Ktrr and I
Huffman then hit three base hit '
f out through right center, $('Oring 20.19'Dr.Paul Kemp Mesa end Rigney others and help if McGowan.out-'-will; Ayers lam II i' Play Tomorrow' r Matches Are Given

t Hwdge.' StKH< grounded out to 21. Charlie Salas the Giants in the fourth or hlghe; I .. .

Smith ending the inning ;md 22.: Charlie Yates slot for certain. I A Tomorrow .afternoon at DayView Tourney Head
nt.kil'he Moore and Cy
2 2.
t 23. Jim Jones CHICAGO CUBS-Thty hay, Park the Junior Boys &'(,-
In the fourth .,porting far thClowns. I
24. Anthony D meritt the hitting power and good fielding 'Jball League will get off to a fast '
.;Brown slrwk out. Rich 25. Jack Sellers but it is up to their pitchin I start with a game between Division Key Vest Golf Club dinner

mdaun' jerotroted to Etwert 1H 26. Francis Delaney staff aa to where they will moist St and Poinciana Schools, matches for the month 'Of April
I ""dgc. Butler hit a singl:: Death 27. Willie Watkins in 1948. j I I:.,vhu are traditional rivals. were announced today by Harry
.-w a base on balls. AJces hit D 28. The Jnior Softball Knight chairman. .
Curry Harris I' CINCINNATI REDS-Manage!"I I II. League is tournament
doubt and scoring Butler Allen 29. Louie Pierce Neun has a corking: good shortstop under the direction of Mrs. Jane The matches will 63 -playe
t thin struck out ending the inning 30. Jimmie Cooper I to take the place of Ekldic I Hopkins Whidden of the City from Thursday April 8, through

.i with a score of 3 to 2 in favo 31. Hazen Jones Miller. He is Stallcup. Along Recreation Department in cooperation Sunday, April 13. J

't of thq Clowns. Subron Four cam 32. Ward Tyson : with Kluzewski and Sauer the) ''' with the Public Elementary Only two clubs will be allowed,
up in the hut half of the sixtwith 33. Walter Vinson Schools of Key West. and the other
add punch to the flub one being a putter
: may
Stkel retting on base wit. 34. Hugh Moore ckwdl, Peterson Lively, I IIIU ,* The game will begin at 3:45.p. any stick desired. All golfer

*. MI error by Burgohy. Ezell sacii 33. Horace O'Bryant Erautt and Fox may give th .. must abide by this ruling.
Sefcel'to sc-conJ Nidel
fMd cam 36. Paul Sher I club some good pitching.PHILADELPHIA j. The pairings areas follows:
.up with a two base hit scoria 33. George Carey PHILLIES--j.I I m.SOFTBALL Humbert Mira and Jimmie Mira

t *7if1U-l. Cennet the hit a 3 ha 39. Orvis Kemp I, Ben Chapman has to make hi i. vs. Harry'Knight and Andy Park.

i.liil. out into deep canter fiel> 40. Octavio Recio I Club hustle if he wants to land Geoi ge Valdez and Bob Spottywood -
ruling Nidel. Stenger flied out tu Lester X' Kermit Loucks and lke r
41. Ignatius in first division. With1 his schoolboy Ii '
Uurguhy and Elwert flied out tfiu.n |
| 42. Bill Dunn pitching find by the name of Park.
in center. At the end of the 43. J. J. Kirschenbaum Curt Simmons, Dutch Leonard, Din Curry and Charlie Smith
._.(th inn ing Subron Four leaf 44. Hartley Albury Schoolboy Rowe. Hemuelman BAYVIEW PARK vs. Jacli"U3)\.and Clem Price. "'*

\ to 3. I 45. Malcolm Sawyer _lOCi Donnelly, they have a fait NIGHT PLAY) Norman Artman and Charlie
In the first half of the 7th. in' 46. Phil Gering nound staff. Chapman also hasattng Yates vs. Robert Knowles sal

ning. Dean was hit by a pitcher 47. Warren Bethel channpJ9l Walker, La- .TONIGHT Fred :M ihe -i, ; ,
ball. Dean then stole grid ant J 48. James McCardle jime, Hass Schultz and Dfnis,!I t FIRST GAME-VX1 vs. Key I I Charlie Sclas and Ward Tyionvs.
.. .Uil 3rd then scored pn a wilt 49. Dr.-H. Moore w he may finish a little better West Merchants I t Psnl! Mirea sand Leo Lopez. *
pitch by SlengfV-AU** th'R.gut' 50.'Charlie Lewin with some hut1e.PITTSBURGH SECOND GAME-Bob's Spoil I ll&tvu: Jones ",nd.Fieldf El-
a single, Allen, flied out to Huff 51. Russell Hyman PIRATES I Shop vs. Kan tor's Mens Shop. ber: on' ,-s. Walter Vinson End

moan Alces going 'to second, Gal- 52. Bascom Grooms I With Billy Myers managing the 1 I I James'Jones.James ,
laghi-r grounded out to El wart. I THURSDAY and P', ul Shervs.
53. Robert Dopp I club and thu addition of L,mlardi. I
Smith then got a 2 base hit scor 54. Kermit Lewin I High and Gregg to the I FIRST GAME-Kantor's Mens Francis Delaney and William.

ing Alces. Burgohy struck out" 53. John Blackwell 1 ;taff of hurlers. the Pirates may I. Shop vs. USS. Gilmore. Watkrhs.Horat.

t ending the inning and now put' 50. Jeff Knight I and as high es fourth piece if : SECOND GAME NAS vs.' ?, O' ry..nt and George
the Clowns & )he lead Plain Adams Dairy. Dr. II. Moore and Hugh
ring 57. Zip Kovaih he pitching is right Then th:re i: Carey vs.. -
i to 4. The first of the eighth in-, 58. Robert Sounders Walker, Rujec, Steven s-nd : g10' .
ire :
Sling Brown lead off with a 2 bas J : Dixie Howtll, not forgetting the: FRIDAY : Bob j Saunders anil Bin; Frtervs.

hit tu right field, Richarsor elf Ralph Kincr.AMERICAN t FIRST GAME VOW v:i. B. >: Iot'c jt Dopp and Rhil Gtr
grounded out Stenger to Hodge, Channel vimmer hitting LEAGUE ". Sport' Shop. ing

Butler flied out to Huffman I BOSTON RED SOX-Manager SECOND GAME Key West i Russell Hyman anJ MalcolmFawyeftvs.

'f.D &(,11 a 3 base hit scoring few NonStop Toe McCarthy will be on the spot ;. High School vs. Key West, Bill Dunn anti WatreAEU
t own.Alces bit single scoring with a gold-plated club and if h? Merchants. :,
i t >e,... Robert flied out to J.uccaml loesn't win the flag he will be cnm Creams and Octavtol1e'cci
thef1in: with the Round TripLONDON.APTom THE GOAT" for with Ted W liams. Hudson. l1t.rson.. Scarborough t'ti. Chat lie Lewin andUarttey

.l. wna ahead 7 to 4. ", Stevens, Duerr Kramer some of whom will see lots of Albury.
the last half of the 8th. came Blowr Cinder. Spenre. DiMaggu Mele. ,work in the box. The club at : Johnny Blackwell vs. Zip

up with E/ell getting a single' swam the English Channel Harris, Galehouse, Debson. Hughon Itast may finish in sixth place. ; Kflvas '.

Nidel qctUng a single. Bennett unce[ but he isn't satsified. He Ferris, Pesky and Tebbetts CHICAGO WHITE SOX-
I ciimtup an4 gut his 3rd. hit uf. nnounced that he would attempt the catcher and one more re- ,Plenty of newcomers who will Onersixth of all U. S. life m-

i ; the afternoon, getting 2 bII thii summer to swim both ways, eiver as is all they ned and they .have to be proven that they arc urarce is being purchased ongroup

j hit rcoring Ezell aiul Nidel, Lucca'm-stop. It's something no mweJs' i will land in first place if nothing guud and veterans Applm" Taft. plans with about 17.000,000
II flied out to Alccj Elwert came has ever accomplished. to their pitchers. Lupian on first in place of York. men and women participating. .
tip and got his second 3 bass hit Blower, of Nottingham, said'he '.I >appen NEW;YORK YANKEES-Manger nd Grove in the box. AM there
I scoring Bennett. the I ire Evens. Goodwin, Plumbo. sst new club and some of
... like afternoon would try the stunt on I Harris has the samoa or alert I nio a
Smith then got a single scoring fi rat favorable tide after July 26. the as last year's club I Whitman. Fletcher Bowers and those rookies are hitting the pill
Elwert. Hodge flied out to Dean same Page, Embree, thers. They may finish seventh. right on the nose in spring train
I in ccjttcr. Huffman then sent a 'HE' LOW DOWN I ,,;ith Reynolds.Bryne and Lopat and Kel.lIeI' I ST. LOUIS BROWNS-Maiiafer trig send may suiprb>e some of the
liner down to first and wascaught I DiMaggio. Chandler, Mc- Xach Taylor will have a- experts. -....
by Brown
beautifully fromNTCKORY t Stirnwciss all are readyto .
ending the inning with Subron and they will be in the fightto
Four again"in the lead 8 to 7. The GROVEYou go finish. "What Is Good for My Community
first of the 9th found Gallaghertrading DETROIT TIGERS-With Steve is Good for Me
off for the Clowns he know folks, trying to make the helm they
back at
flied out to Elwert Smith drew abase the different kinds of statements O'Neill again as
a sin- that waft in via radio, telegraph will have Newhouser
,on balls, Burgohy got jibe, Trucks, Trout
, gle5Urown struck out Richardson etc., is no mediocre chore. their mainstay. Houseman will
drew .an intentional walk, What is the latest, says Henry.It Hutchinson, and mound.
1\ ) base hit is I this worrying being give him some help on the
Butler came up with a 2 says, Campbell,
Bero, Vico
andRichardson. Agricultural Dept. Kell, Pipon
Burgohy done by
fcvrtng mueh, so
I Dean flied out to El about a surplus of wheat in the Mcllale will help very rt

I West ending the inning and making offing-maybe 2 or 3 years hence watch those Tigers.PHILADELPHIA. ATHLETICS .At PR/D OFMY .

Clown 10, Su- and their wanting to set up a
a score on %hpack -:
-Connie Mack is gaining sruirr.Q&pti
world board to fix it.
i Four 8.Nidel'the.
kr I than
>n lower
forSt4i.un And then last week along and will end no
second baseman sensationalwith I comes Congress and votes 545 fourth this year. He has an improved ffefR .,

Four played a million for the Agricultural Pept. club. lie will get help

ia..e only one day's prac-6 In this amount is 150 million for from Fowler, McCahan. Savage,
ticft coming up with.. 2 hits for hit soil conservation payments. And Marchildon and Scheib. AH have ; l ,
of his 4
bat. with one ttvlc
tiin s and
and the season
with soil conservation, more been the talk
beiig a double. the more wheat can be raised which Coleman will be better than last .
Three-Base hips fur hits: will give that much more wheat year on the mound. Lou Bris- &. .tIfJ :
Clowns, De n4Twp-.Base to worry about. Deductin' 150 will be a sensation. He has I Y i'taawo
But sie You Co Place
and The Next Time Any
Burfuhy, Alice, Brown million for soil payments leaves been in the spring training con- ct. ? ._
ler.Twee around 400 million for worrying Fain and Joost will help *.., .,
-Base hits: for Subron 4,' sisters and tests. third
purpose!, and that Mujeski will be at RIDE THE BUS
FJwpft J, Bennett 2, Huffman. brothers should cover a right plenty.and Velo, McCloskey and Chap- .
Tw Base .'hi"3. 'lodge. Nidel, smart amount of worry. man in the gardens. The club is IN CONVENIENCE and ECONOMY

BnpAt.Locjhg. How about the taxpayer, chim- best in 10 years.CLEVELAND .
piuVr.-Lhecar winningpitclieft ed in Harry, is anything in the I I the INDIANS Manager WE'RE HERE TO SERVE

Alces. Strike outs: StengerJ budget for his worrying expense? : Boudreau will have the THE FAMILYout '
"Lucca Allen 1. Base onballs look me in the eye, I his
1. Henry I says, club with Feller as BUS FARESDowntown
: Stenger 1, Lucca 2, Allen.1. where do you pick up the idea same and that colored sensation ,.\1"1. .u out tog.tlsszshoppiAti

Umpi&s: Me Gee, Claik, Vil- that the taxpayer would have anytime mainstay Toby in the garden hitting fir h TiA9 fuai when Huss.Did"s .?
for worry, after he Black kls to _Nil. end "
lare.AC left over mile. Don em way "C
j. that apple a Rout 2 ud 3
together enoughto visit Friends
finishes scraping and Began will carry HeUtu's solaj 't
SJill.EYThanks stave off the folks down at the I may help of the catching. Kuzava vices tithe tkildmi ue elf far -

irmpv .I income tax place. the brunt in the box and scbpcl---gear UN secys the famKtyWcstTranijtCaJnc- Poiaciu&.a4 10.
And making a long story short may help break into the in I UJ', 5&hlf u4 Hurteoua1r "nal Hospital

pouring cash into soil saving and Al Rosen Gordon may may be better at -
s worrying because of raising field.
Sailors-Could, I have special thep h wheat thereon is about second than last year. City ROIpitaL and
too mu BENATQRS-- Stock Island
liberty to with my the and then WASHINGTON 15c
: go chopping. like stepping on gas manager, will BOA qble
V\M riding the brake. Tamt horse Joe Kuhel, the new sensation of J, W. Mta.9.r '
Al Kozar, the
Officer-No. i have ,-uwI.1QS7 (2)
Sailor-Thank you very much. sense.Yours with the low down, the Southern League;
i1 ir. I i JO SERRA Wynn, Sullivan, Yost, Heffner.1 ....


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\s3! FOUR'T, -_. KEY WESTCIT .... - TUESDAY; 4PRIIi ',/ .. ,

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*1021 Dun Street
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.: ; IW.ld.. 'M. e ijig\l'oIiight DEFENSE FORCES .

' ...... PROGRAM Information for the Advertiser*
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%!"'-TERED AGAjtfST FILED 1 10:00 A. M. 12:00 Noon-Navy AdTcrtlscnenl eider this bed meata r.c.lar ta**ia.ariatila..rt.*.r. rwMk ah 1

; The Weather Wives Bowling at SubmarineBase. will be int rt.xl -In Tile Citizen at roe.1 bale. .&etr ... .
of : a word for each: inmeta ,urged.sertiua .
:, tile rat c
; PLATS WITHOUT the t. .
but jnlplronm chare r pr..a..AT11 xapt.41
; 2:00 PJbt : 3.-00 P.M.-Navy the first U word or 1n. U 2$c. T. i....r. ....... '
:APPROVAL 1 Wives Red Cross First Aid The.. ae' t7p 'is 3c a' be I. ,.. "Ctt" flee ...
FORECAST word. and the minimum chars for o..... la' 1M g el t
Class NCCS
at the first 15 words to tic. lee pvblkattea. .
The question OQ :getting. ap-f Key West and Vicinity: Unsettled 7:30 PM- 10:00 PM.-U. S..Na- : I : .:! ..

proval of the County weather this afternoon val: }Hospital Party, jointly .
si && \ .through with widely 1 with American Red Cross All idrertiaini is aceepted u.dlr Zae fvli.atng.a tie's: .
oners ore \
vbef a > commis-I' event of error in advertising, tranilent or coatract, rb tiz.w "
corded here will come scattered showers. Not much (2nd Tuesday) r."OD8ible only for the first Insertion In o-lIM4 Ad V'......
change in temperature. Gentle 7:00 PJtL.8:30. P.M.-U. S. Na- DI..y Aaverf.i.t for only the actual: araeaat .f. ...":F..... Q ..
meeting tonight a k the Monroe I I moderate, occasionally fresh, val Hospital. Entertainers toWards part o( the advertisement where the .errv" ece.... -L

Henry Taylor, Jr., i Florida: Cloudy and occasional WEDNESDAY HELP WANTED-FEMALE FOR s.WrId' .
> presenting Louis,.W, Allen Mi- P.M.-Billiards J ,
rain' in Tallahassee area today 1:00 PM. 11:00 J::

aftti.- wilT protest 'the filing of aplat otherwise partly cloundy throughWednesday" Ping Pong, Writing Room, Waitresses wanted. Phone 9292.apr53tx. For any kind of property 1-ia Kt 4-.* .
on Lower Mateciirr be- which
: Rising temperature. Showers. West be it homt beteto, isat tit
increased Ute amount of.' taxes on I Jacksonville Through the Flor- 12:30'P.M.-- 5:00 P.M.Hospital busiaesslocitieas. ,
or .
bis property from $400,lo$2,000.'f . ida Straits Moderate to fresh Patients' Fishing Party, joint POSITION WANTED-FEMALE Paul Boysca. 626 t
The County Commission is also [winds southeasterly over south program NCCS YMCA and Phone 153.
scheduled to receive bidS.tonight i i iita _
h'portion r southeasterly over Red Cross. By highly trained secretary and ,
the use of land at the airportfor.'a ; north portion today diminishing 7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.-Boxing qualified office worker. Will I
:parking lot. I j j''to moderate east to southeastj Training, PAL Equipment. owners. ;We have fir
accept permanent or temporary
It is reported today that a mediate buyers lor Key Vff&
j j Wednesday; Weather fair. 7:00 PM. 8:30 M.-Sewing position. Call 757-M. apr5-2tx
delegation from Big Pine Key: East Gulf of Mexico: Moderate Class, Navy Wives. business properties. laeoac i
U, the commission and!I vacant lots. Dw
\\ .wait on Preffcrably i
fresh winds
; to easterly over 7:30 PM. 8:30 PAL Spanish LOST
request the 'construction of a south portion and southeast to Class for Beginners; Albs or Fleming. Also Ifetlags of...
road on the key. er properties there, or OB B*
I south over north portion today Remond, instructress. Lost-Brown
dog, female me-
The county commission will j' \-arious Keys
becoming'moderate east to southeast appreciated. 'J.
8:30 PM. 11:00 P.M.Dancing.THURSDAY dium size. tail. Resembles
also appoint the clerks and in]I over all sections Wednes wire-h Clipped ired Terrier.- B. Emerson, Brul 1933
spc ptors to serve May 5, election Fla. since
ing Keys
day. Cloudy and occasional rain :}:OO AId : 5:00 PAL-Sewing Reward W. S. Graham 1219
day in the five precincts of the Eroereon 'MS N. U
Realty, E |
irt Apalachee Bay today, other- '
; Machine, Typewriter, Writing Pearl St. apr5-3tx .
county. Four clerks will be named wise partly cloudy weather Room Showers. . St., Miami. 'Phifc mil
for the first machine and one through' Wednesday. I' fsar26libis
FRIDAY Saturday night on Duval Street
additional for each extra ma .
chine.QfbldlRlillluWUlMiluu11f1uuulllfRliuullluulltl.. Jacksonville to; ApalachicolajNV 9:00 AJ*. '5:00 PJkLSewing Between '' Angelaand Kress '
small craft or storm warnings Machine, Typewriter, Writing 'store baby gold bracelet with FqtnrD: .

; have, been issued Room. Showers. chain two white and one blue ( .' ,
.' - SATURDAY 'stones. Fot" sentimental reasons Government cKeck#aa+>c

\WhaCs Doing Report 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Picnic, finder please return to 606 Du- Elnora HeMic.\-Owner.1

Key West, Fla., ApriJ 6, 1943 Fishing (sign UD in advance). val Street or phone 850-J and I have same by cattia- ( .
at the - Observation taken at City Office. SUNDAY receive reward. apr5-3tx Watson Street' a&4 paying, ,M
10:30 AJIL 11:30 A.M.-Com- this ad. {M$-hx
munion Breakfast, White Folder containing identifying
Y. I.C.A. .:. Temperature Hat Club U. S. Sub Base; FOR HEKT

,Jackson Square Whiteheadand Highest yesterday __ ..__.... 82Lowest (2nd Sunday). .

Southard StreebnnuJlmilUhll1DlillilllWlminlllulllulilimlunp" last night . .73 1:00Pjfs 7:00 P.M.-Fishing ,. .papers. Return to 1217 Royal Newly furnished upstairs *tbedfoom .;
Mean ._ __ *_.. 78
mh on. Trip (sign up in advance). Street. apr6-ltx flat. BKctrk tfifft

Normal ...__ h. __ .___.___ 75 Information services housing. electric Frlgi .He. hot was .
Tuesday .
8:30.P.. M.-Little Precipitation city maps. Upper; denture. '.Reward if re- utilities, water, etc. all fttra
'rehearses Group Sh'uf- .Total last. 24 hours T. ins. Religious literature, library,1 {turn&'to MardiCentraf Hotel ished. Tile bats>roeB, Hit
; Ping-pong; Total this month 4.22 ins, telephones, stamps, wrapping and kitchen. Must fir
fie Board on the Patio. II 4. r... f apr6-3tx: have 'Jt a [
Wednesday' Excess this month 3.90 ins mailing packages, railway ex- last month real o in totoj E

1:00 P. M.-Fishing Party: Naval .Total.this year 7.30 ins press service, laundry pick-up-: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Apply after 7 p.m. 1966 SeM-
Hospital Patients. Joint} Program Excess. this year 2.25 ins. available to all defense forces inary Street mar3t-tu
: .
Relative Humidity and their families.
YMCA, NCCS. ; Wanted Young man with car
$.30 P. M. Ye at' 1:30 A.M. MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, Will share home'with
Ole Country Party 68 ; and several hundred dollars to my dN -.
featuring Square'Dane- BarometerSea ' Executive Secretary. invest: Unusual opportunityfor able couple or "2 gention,
'ing, Virginia R elS. I MISS HILDA CASTILLO. interested in carni- from now until .June let or
Level anyone
'I ( ) fc30 AM.
10:15 P. M.-Weincr Roast on the 30.17 ins.-1021.7 mbs. f I Secretary. .\-al. concession business. In- longer, if desired, at reasonable
Patio Grille. j ; IG6I-R.9is
Brown rate. Phone
quire Jimmy c/o Ray'sBar
Thursday . I Tomorrow's' Almanac Georgia St. i apr6-2-tx
Soviet TeachersGet
and Grill, 627. Duval St.
900 P. M.Dance. John Pritch- Sunrise 6:13 a.m. .
: ard and His Orchestrt I Sunset . .'. -* 6: 8.:p.'\. apr6'ltxFOR :Two-bedroom
z i Moonrise I 5:19 a.m. More Pension houseQvdecorated.
new fucmturc. Modern Hvj
830 P.f.L-'Tourist Nitg at the i Moonset 5:20 p.m SALE-USED CARS room
20 x 14 all-e
: f } Y,";:$ \ e hahi- ..0 .r Sf.. -.-_ 1Fsoviet kitchen, cwnpfet; rvejr new t"!
$ f berg 6t .Comr'netce. nlfresh'= TIDES 1941 Buick sedan, with radio,
teachers have been room. For coupl&pr wichild
recently heater. Inquire Citizen Office.
mints and EntertainmentSaturday Tomorrow ... .
v s s "" increased Year aroufti'rent,
_ . (Naval granted pensions pay- .-1- .. apr2-5tx Grffuttll
Base able..-whether not retire. monthly. 525
s &OGPU.-MOVieL: ,-, (Eastern flied ' '
10:15 tM.-Second Show, fea- High a Low {,J J They also get free tuition in '42' Plymouth bla k, 4-door se- .1 apij

: e.*anuouncedj t the), Club, 8:57 a.m. 2:30 a.m., \ teacher training' schools; for their dan. $850.00.' F. T. Wheelhouse -
< Sunday 9:10 -2:42 childrcn. Fort Taylor Trailer FOR RENT-AFABTMENT3v
p.m. p.m.
9;-I5 A.! .-Java Club, discus. The pension system providesthat Court No.' 10. apr3-3tx
sion Grpup.I1QO. ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA' a teacher who has served 25 Nicely furnished apartment, hot

A. I.-'Go to,,. CI4IRCIParties. Reference Station: Key West years receives in addition to his Olds '6, 4-d.oqr complete motor water. Adults only. First and

.or Time of! Height of pay. forty per cent more as a overhaul new tires and brakes, last months' rent payable ia
300 P. M.-Classical:dour selections StationTide pension. If the teacher has retired seal beams. 'Good original advance. Write Box F-19"c/"

: announced, Bahia Honda high water. he receives forty per cent paint. $385.00 cash. Call between Citizen Office. mar31-6t
8:00 P. M.-Fellows i ip" Hour on I of the pay he received on retire- 5 and 8:30 p. m. at 611
(bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft. '
the Patio. Community Sing- No Name Key ment. Division. apr5-2tx Furnished apartment 3 rooms
ing, Beatrice Moreno at the ,
and bath. Maid and janitor
(east,end) _+2h 20m
Plano.1t The condeser one of the chief FOR SALE service linens and utilities
10:60 P. M.-Coffee Hour. Boca Chica units of telegraphy telephonyand I furnished Summer rates. 'Cor
Camera Club raeets each (Sandy Point) -Oh 40m radio was discovered by-
Dining room chairs table: stove al Hotel Apartments, opposite
Caldcs Channel'north '
Thursday at 8:00 P. M. Peter van Muschenbroek in 1745. '
fry-a-later broiler other kit- Post Office. $-*
; ;
G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Ser ( end) ..+2h 10m +1.4 ft. 1 chen items. Very reasonable.Call "

vice Organization), every 2nd oOo FOR SALE at Ocean View Dining Furnished apartment on a lease -
and 4th Monday. NOTE: room. basis. Inquire Citizen .
1 apr5-6tx: Offtce.
Game Room: Chinese Checkers (-7-Minus sign: Correctionsto Five-room. house and bath lot aJl'2'f: >

,,chess, cards, ping-pong, pool, be subtracted. 41'.4" x 92'.6". 1300 Von Phis- 29 Chris-craft. sleeps four very
writing desks, library, current (+)--Plus sign: Corrections to tcr Street. Call at 1118 White good condition possibilitiesgood Furnished apartment, comp&Mff
magazines various. table games be ac\ded. Street. apr2-5tx
charter boat Phone private and stricter modernone 9k
etcv 1366-W. apr3-6tx couple. No children. Reasonabfc. -
'Showers tennis rackets, golf (m-Minute. Brand new Kohler & Campbell around reatil-
clubs, fishing lines, cameras.chcckini' (ft.) Feet. spinet piano with bench. Sac- Davidson >
Harley motorcycle, Four large rooms.teonibind iAit
service.i film service
riiicc. Apply after 7 p.m. 1503 t good condition, $240.00. 1308 shower add tub bath, all fkf-
mailing and wrapping packages. Harris PTA Meets TonightHarris Seminary Street. i .
receiving messages, phone booths mar316txI Elizabeth Street. mar31-6tx trio kitchen cwl -pvrch overlooking

stamps, railway express service School P.T.A. wilt'meel lovely Sardcn. 4H
Motorola auto radios to fit all
available to SERVICE PERSON tonight at 7:30 in the school audi- cars White outside paint white enamel. Caroline St, PhoneJ..
NEL. torium. from $42.50 up. Completely in- $2.75 per gal.; lacquers clear ilprl-.
stalled. Bridge Radio, 650 NW ...
Lcslcigh Davis-Director.; and colors $3.25; and $4.15 per .

Gerald Finder. -Program Di- With the exception of Canada. ,5th St., Miami. mar24-1 mo gal. Florida tested roof coating, Apartment for rent 3 rooms and

rector. the crown colony of British Honduras 75c per gaL Doherty & Co. 846 bath. Hot and cold taut*
Beverly Buchanan-=-Secretary. is now the only British Two large ice boxes for bar or Olivia, cor. Packer. Phone 1597 modern. Phone 757-R, betwed
restaurant. Delmonico Restaurant mar25tfGray 4 and 6 o'clock. apr6-H
Doreen Cruz Information. commonwealth territory in North
Desk Aide. America. 218 Duval Street Phone .."

_... 518. apr3-3t marine engine goud condition FOR RENT-BOOMS
u - -'- f.
.. Priced for quick sale.
::. :'!, Electric stove apt. size: $6;;. First- Phone 817-M. apr6-3tx Light housekeeping rodms.. $10 to
:- class condition. 715 South St., $15 per week. 411 William 9C.

Apt. 2. apr6-3t. 42" ventilating fan. New. $125.00 inar 12-:_ .

655 Greene Street. apr6-2tx
I k fjy 'i Small white enameled ice box. Oversea Hotel 91? Fleraioj

suitable for efficiency apartment Plumbing supplies, complete Street Weekly rates. $3 afr
1101 Flaglcr Ave. stock. Plastic tile, paints and gle, $12 double. apr;-}*

apr6-2tx brushes. Murray's Plumbing. 'r

I 1532 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami. FOR RENT-COTTAGES
5-room house and bath. 50 by 100 Fla. Phone 7-3121 aprl-tf -
foot lot. Part cash part terms. Furnished cottage, cvuple vctjf-

i |I 2438 Patterson Avenue Phone I 1 Household furniture. Twin car- No pets. Apply 1138 Margaret
I 1587-M. aprG-5t.\ riage. 45-1 Poinciana. Phone Street or Phone U -J.
I 1181-M. mar31-6tx t apr6-Std[
Doubt corner lot. 100 x 100: inside -

lot. 50 x 150. Near Casa II I Universal electric ironer, $65.0C MISCELLANEOUSWashers ,

Marina. Washington and Wil Apex washing machine, $;;Q.oo.

; liam. Phone 123-W. 2313 Patterson apr5-tf irons vacuums and
apr6-ltx ; fans repaired. O'Briant PhoO

/ : !I Studio couch. $20.00. > Trailer 1164-M. .. aprl-tf
1947 Cushman scooter $100. Good court, 611 Division Street

.. condition. Apply 1123 Margaret apr5-2tx For guaranteed plumbing and re-
Street apr6-5tx pairs. Free estimate. CaB

1941 Mailer DC Luxe Chevrolet John Curry, 512 Marfearet SU

1 girl's bicycle 1 boys bicycle Phone 395-M. apr- -6tx Phone 781. .t aprl-tl
New tires. Phone 1052-R -'

i' apr5-3tx Royal Endficlds motorcycle runIc Specialists in washing machin

rl I t :>:; than 100 miles. Apply repairs all makes. Whits
193 Pontiac car. Ready cut for Haskins Machine Shop. wringer rolls. Thei TraderS;;

pick-up Jruck. New tit cs. new apr6-3tx Phone 1431 130 Dual St. <
scat covers and lot of extraaccessories. I I apr1-

All for $150. Also
one Brlgg -Stratton gas cngin2 i iI j airconditionCr. Dressmaking. Specialize in boys! "-

'. N ANCIENT DRESS -.A late model automobile Is $25.00. Apply after 6 p.m. sacrifice for $40. Inquire Ray's and girls' clothing. AlterationsMontzelle's .

a modern backdrop for two yonntster _h. near traditional ISta.w. I 1508 Seminary Street. I, Bar and Grill, 627 Duval St. Dress Sh9PPC. 51*
+ !
eerftlirt.tinerr !a WirUloo TrU'Clumps- :1Tees. __ -__.-:. apx6-3tx l 2-_ Otpr6-It4 Fleming St. ..:.-. r. wai Y4-:8tza:





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I, ; Motor Court : : 718 DUVAL STREET "... :.MON 'I WOO ::.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeif FWtriPal WE'I REPAIR.IT! .... ir.: ... i POOR OLD CRAIG j
fc I
I :1' 9Q9 Simonton St. : : Nice Selection vf f GIFTS' and .SOUVENIRS : It : w E;SELL IT i .
k ,&>L : Ownership Managementof :' : i We Will Call For od Deliver' : WHITE STARCLEANERS : Service Station. :
the Children
ToY.8'for.: :
FERNANDEZ : .Plenty of Action s) PHOXZ IU4 : .:
: ( / soY .i?fcqperienc*to Electrical J. H. BRADY. Maaaew
, :, ': .,.'-Serving . : : Electrical Appliance fRepajredooee j : Fraud tad DMaloa Street :

It itre**} : .LUNCHEON.4BREAKFAST 11:30.8 to',11 to2e .i:.....,., ...eoeeeeeeeeeeee..eeeeeeee_ ,M4e. > :::.:!?'...... :1: tZjUJUCaL.l" 211 Duv.1 Street : Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop. : Tires Tube* Batteries Auto Aeeewories :: .:

r.* :: DINNER. S tc 8:30 ': .'...............................*..!eeeeeeeeeee.. : ELECTRIC VTELEFHOWE tt 822 SIMONTON STREET Tour PORE OIL cad GASOLINE.......,Itoabi"eeeeeeeeeeee............
The Best : : ...........'......... .............. :............................ .. ... ........*
: : ..
:: Orders-Sandwiches of SteaksShort ;:, : HOME SUNDRY STORE .....................................e................. Dry Cleaning s............e..... .;. ,,

V + ... .AI All Hours, .' 1107,DIVISION ST. HEAD CORf'WHTTE. 8T. : : : and PressingS AUTO AND ;
Try Our Frozen 'Iayitld"'a : :
e "Your Patronage. "\ : Free Pick-Up and BODY SHOP
q:* ep@n'D111y'aildrund33yn! l1 B tee Cream.Proprietary t Mrticin, , .: Delivery a 605-05 GREENE_ STREET J
t4 Further Details : : SUITS for :M EN
'.:.....8.A..)I.;.MidJ1ight.eeeeeeeeeeee- *::. ':: 'Sick Room Supplies;* SchootSupplie! $ : :: Apply to the : : ami WOJIEN'lla.Iclolte3oure : Auto Painting S45 to 85500 :
- .1.- Toilet a an4,4ritFle :
; f
!; "" ................... ........: ..... ............ Advertising Department : PHONE 282! : BODY and FENDER REPAIRS ;

:.rt ilk tRHi ...................... I....................... ....; .. .. ........ ..................... .....s.s..aa...s..a............ *
.... ................
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:tz'"P : WASHING MACHINE l' MUMFORD.. aU1 :ROSS. .5555.........4.i ......-.:.ata.....a.s....e................. 555.................II r... a... a .. \ HEMT. Y'QOPPE ::

... .. . .CAR..O..L.V1\j. :
RepairingMECHANICS i
-n. i : : : ,
: Exclusive Monroe County Distribjilor,for : o.en.axote1 Sit Fleming St. :
:!ItIr : I LOPEZFuneral : _
: .1. BARBER :
Carrier i iI
: : \ . : Air-GondifiojaJng GOODS : .(.. DONALD : j I
: : W. Pie* In
rle Not. Salesmen : 1106 OLIVIA STREET Service
h.he for Domestic and Commercial'. : HOME Hair Dyeing e
heF. : Factory Methods : : S33 -__ PHON13'_ '"*..".'.-' './:: ,1180eIr : : Scalp Treatments :
Established 183S
1- : by Trained Men .......................*.'...................... : : PHONE 373 : : llioiie 175 ALL TTPR5 rsar.rr.r 0.? asLRiR w.vssi CVTT :
1t : I........ ............... ... t : ....... : Let Those Serve ; Licensed Funeral ..s...........e...a.... .
t + : EASY ABC MAYTAG : : .Who Serve Best : ,: Specializing .. .. ..a....\
: Directors and *
: SPEED : : { S. : :
JU .. QUEEN and' Others .. ,HOTPOINT 1icaa S WE HAVE;: NEVER : __. in Embalmers : STEWS BEAUTY NOOK
:. White Wringer Roll : : : S : and Scientific Beauty Culture
.. s .
; : Disposals a OIILCU:. 24HourAmbulance
Refrigerators. and >1Iettncal.appltiricis; NEVER WILLAmbulance .
WE Branches t'in
:. THE TRADERS : W i J Tug :Machines for .InuiiediatC- 'live ry '. ;.;. ... :. :: Thoroughly All Experienced J;:
t\y : : Service: ( : : : .
130 DuTal Street : OperatorsSoft
itt:4). :. PHONE 1431 : HOME APPLIAtCE- : Telephone 548, : : : ,Service .:' Water Used Exctaslwly -

furttx .a.................... .....605...SIMONTON........ .STHEETPHONE. .. :. ; ..! ...11....: : Never Sleeps ;: : : Phone 135 696 : : Phone 63?, S3S Flemlnj St. \ / :.
. ...... ... Night
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.- .. i 1 1...................... i Former Cuatorpcrs, Friends and the
;0.e.. o.o. AVAIIABLE J.AMYERSicense Frances Beauty
<' West Fla.iSOUVENIRS
e.q.. THIS On A Monthly Basis at "' : Key Frances Park Owner ,
. A VERY LOW tQSt : :. I 1 i i Beauty Culture in all its Phase

n.cJe. i For Further Information CALtfSi.. :.. *?..: : PAINTING Contractor : CONCH SHELLS i / Permanents Scalp Treatments :
e.m.. SPACE or See the Advertising"Maaayer, . :.* ";rv ,-> : : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK.GUARANTEED : All Sixes .; : Facials Shampoo Manicuring ;

jtx ,!.'............... ............. ..1.'(!; r ieejeeee"eeee! .Is. Telephone...9127....11', .. .COCOANUTS- i. :........e........For...Appointment...........Phon........1391...............1s

.. I. '.e...................eve......'....%...'...a....a*.I.' .. :. : .;... ..e .ee :

en.i i FOR f =" Fire Ins-tW- ; c: ' 1: 1. When You Want FASTER. "BETTER. SPONGES- :; : Marion's i CASA:CAYO so :

dweUings. SANDING ...
bleJlS 'q ;t : : FLOOR : BEAUTY SALON
: . mere bldgs.ant. hous.-II. .1 )t&, S .C! t n: : On Old or New Floor*-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : Will Ship to Any Port i "Southernmost House in U.S.A."
t t S, hold and per- 1 4;''" 'Co : Modern Method of (U.s. Of Canada : too DuTal Street ,Telephone 1314J .,. ,,,J
Mutual Work
Atlantic! f.'L"f n311fb, teY., : : Guaranteed r ,
, Hair Cutting//
', .*} SALE i Save sonal,15 effects.% on 'U-l -I l i IAD Pal ''.Noi.J' u. o i ;,., ..:. DOUGLAS TREVOR Marcy S. Palacio Personalized Expert Hair Tinting Permanents,.'Styling\... ( .. k

:: Mercantile: ? J. L.Crusoer 4g*, '&&te:, : ,:{i7 J. : 401 South Street Corectiva Facials \& J : ,

....................1.. ;:.......Stock......................""r..-'...r..:...f.--.;.i-I.f*. aa a
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...................... .. .. ; . .l eeeeeeeeoeeeeee ............ : For More Nat. Jtual
.a....e................ t. Marl\ and Top Soil : .: Hair Tint-
B.&B.: CYCLE ,j IQP. : Landscaping, REAL ESTATE :: lag Permanent or FinestIn ::

TOURS i e TOP SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK ;: / : Waves . I
PRICE s'' : / Sales
: Fleming St. R.M.Daniels.Prop. ,;.lhoni,1013.. ., e MARL HAULED$5.00 for 4 YARDS : 1 .
... 822 " i y.
: : S: Also Lots Cleared'and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : Appraisals : Beauty .
:J i ii : PassengerRepresentatives : Cushman Motpr\ .t4 2 *3' i Lease. / : ;
: :: I ff* WftJyPaflMF 1021 Olivia St. Rentals S A
. 1D0 i t S forFLORIDA :: Sales and Service I Imme-diii9erterY: : Vt Wbd n PHONE 801 : -H Colony

: : '1 \.I........... .........................a....i :' Management I : :; S21 Southard
: "EAST :. I: Buddy Seals ... ,\ ....\entice" ;', 1I Properties Improved In and Key Vacant West ; i Next Street to SouthernmostBeauty- *

:Us : RAILWAY : JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP : : and Monroe County I .
L6r ; : .Parking Flag 2
..1e.11J : V tIW Located Hart :. I I: 111 DUVAL STREET : : J. OTTO v4 All School Licensed
: _Windshields r I : Open Daily and Sunday : KIRCIIIIEINERREALTOR S cI BeauticiansSpecializinq i
; : DR. COBO'S : t e 5 P.1\1.\ to 1 A.M. : I . f inMost
lOt' f; t .Footrests : :
I : OFFICE : t :: SERVING 411 Fleming Street II Modern
Uinncrs 'f : 919 Whitehead Street /' Phase of ;
t! FLEMING STREET : Also DAYTON BICYCLES Sand t :I COMPLETE I ,.". Beauty CultureTelephone .
: La Conchs Hotel : ; !! Also A La Carte and Sandwiches ; Phones 124 and 738-R :
>Rear of : .
t ,. :. STEELCOTE RUBBER ; .?.............REASONABLE............PRICES..................."ISURANCE".I I .:...............SE 206 HABLXESPANOL Appointment***..........
: PHONE : ..... ..............eeeeeaeaaaaae..... ..:::i::.eeee... .................................1 .......... ..
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bt tal.[ r:' .:h'iQn "..... .. .S BICYCLES: AL RENT I 'i i FOR RENT : .i s !. .:: Good Dailr. between Work-3:30 AJ4.Low and Prices 3:30 :. t;,

wt. : liMe the Hus to the :, FOR SALE *- : : A Good Location On This Page! : > P.M.--Appointments are accepted :
;; a:
rt'- :
2 oft :
.,' : GOLF COURSE : Our Customer Must 8. OFFICE : from public by Senior Students ''''" {.
erno 'i'tu Satisfied : : FOR INFORMATIONrilONE : 521 soirriiAisuSTHKKT() : TheSouthernmost \1l :

920 DIVISION STREET HONE ua : : 51 :: t ., .
1'rt.' Ask For the Advertising ManagerINSURANCE Opposite Bus Station 2 School.. :
- OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE i .................................. ........a.. _.___ .
, nd. >- ........ ...................................... ............................................. PHONE NO. 1 : of Beauty Culture :
:. .... ().ii.ii.iV\.Ei.ji.ii.\ and;; ;j..i i 523 Southard Street l Iwo i
- TAKE : -TIlE- : There are a number available with over hours. i
: BUS : FIRE WIND AUTO ,- BONDS : of state approved instruction who know the latest :
NO. Ito b PACKAGE DEPARtMENT. : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE. ;COVERAGE : lol'tcrilIcllC0l11pal1Y phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians.
.. 8112 : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of'
I to the j 925 DIVISION STREET : : Insurance Co. : l-oauty culture do good work at very low prices. Although :
'P West
SL5ts : COLFLINKS "We Deliver"--- : : Key : appointments are not required, it )is advisable. :
uIn. Town : PHONE 1371 s For Appointment Stop at :
.Heel Drinks and Coldest Beer in : : 311 SIMONTON STREET

Goods : : Directly iq Front 1>f PostoHice : .. .........e...... .. .....523....SOUTHARD.. ... ST... ., or PHONE 537....... :;
: .. o Packaged ... ...................>>.eeeeeeeo'eeeeoe.eeeoeeoeeSee I.e. .1 1. a ..... .a*..........
,in.t: ... 1 : "ave.c uu ; ..............T.........I ..... ... .... . a 't .................. :...........a................................
.} CLUB Makes of ....
GOLF J Better Known .. .
_. : KEY WEST t the NEW MODELS of the ,. ......... .. es eeeeeee
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: .... .. Sensational .
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\1;,' : NEWEST : .
: Clarion .
: Entire Howe with
: : I
rct : When You Go a: RADIOS PHONOGRAPHS .

t.J J Food Shopping :' Liberal Trade-In Allowance : : WORLD'S riNESl SMALL RADIO : INLAID LINOLEUM :
. Be Sure to GetS . : : AC DC Superheterodine : i
t\ :
t Your Radio for Repairto
ptlUf- : Plastic Table Radio : or ASPHALT TILE
A Radioman -
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t.. i i I Radio S :: S Tubes (IncL Rectified) : : EXPERTLY INSTALLEDTELEPHONE : ..
: 1454 FOR ESTIMATEKey ; :
j! BREAD : :1 Service for the :
rea'aU ENRICHED .. !I Repair : "n -... ':" READYTOWEAR"Why FAMILY in : West :

St.. of Today' : :1 h : Pay More When
Foundation : Y
The h i : " + You Can Buy for Less? .
-' Meal Planning 5: i Al'sMusicCo.W ': Floor{ Covering Co. f

in. Hare MERCANTilE
,U.. .5 Tft.*Lariat 522 Southard-Street : 5 HAMILTON 1512 '. : 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST.FLORI1 .:
. .,, RALPH rABALDO' "JJ :. : 1081' ..2 707 WHITEHEAD sTREET...... TELEPHONE............... eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeteee*
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C PAm: SO. .\' THE KEY 4WEi! .CJn aN': TUESDAY; APRILS 4913

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[ Toll Speed Road In Maine DEWEY MAKES 'FIRST SPEEtH IN WISCQ yS f N6'-Qualification; - ,I

i I I

That Leads To West By Rebellion
! Key
t : r! ItIt[ I t,f,, lit -
k NEW ]AALHL India. -fAP).-

, Dy FRANK; W* LOVERING: G I II i ) That a person took a leading partin

(Special to The Citizen) i iKENNEBUNK. rff i the struggle against British a

Me.-Shore towns and' cities along Route 11 f rule in India is on qualificationfor

I; between Kittery ,and Saco have WQn their fight against the. service under the national

Maine Turnpike Authority. When the 46-mile straightaway' government, says Prime Minister 4r

speed road which is part of U, S.1 1 between Fort Kent Me., and Jawaharlal Nehru. Nehru I I

I Key West FlcuWas opened late last.Tall.. its width and attrao1 pays also "The Indian Govern-

tiveness at the Kittery end wars such that the original 11.1 was s j
I -
pretty well deserted by travelers into Maine << J'I
The Turnpike Authority marched on the State I pie who.obstructed the
Hiqhwayj freedom movement have been I I I
1 Commission at Augusta and demanded a, marking of the diversion I L
given high :ts.
1 route so it could not laU to meet the eye'of the motorist pc

bound for points north and east in the Pine Tree state. The II I Just before the molting; pct t I Y a 7r

I ',I highway step into the breach and signs have I riod. ducks and: geese fly to bod-

just neen sei ai rte ir une j A. ._ I ies of water where they will besate j ss t Sft

t with an arrow pointing to the 1. from Ian denomies. They

left reads: Now i i 'molt their primarY feathers all I t
r Maine Turnpike j s st at one time and for a short period :

fk>neath it is painted in equally -,1 I II .1 cannot fly. i .
Boosts I
; acts---I e. .1t
: large letters' well over to the I The incidence of syphilis !I f

: right and a second arrow pointing the natives pf South Africa
Not .. . among j
t that way: Route I. I i ) Cheesecake! ---- has boon estimated at from !j .
the right of this sign is a 30 to 40 percent. Lwetu T. .
i standard steel highway marker ANNAPOLIS;, Md. (AP). -f fr GOV. THOMAS E. DEWEY of New York (arrow) stands on a baggage ( (left), surprise Academy Award winner, as best netien yletwc
'shield with the Me US. ""Boosterism Will be out when a j and I actress embraces Rosalind &;1 ICIJ. wke had beta expected to wuv
Kenosha. his In
sign: I ; Wif. makes first speech his two-day campaign } : ; .Subscribe. tq The Citizen ;, --
R. I. new.:.Maryland) Department of In-1 t the Republican presidential nomination. He is seeking to win Wiscoasn's) I I' r y.y..yy..yy..y.yy.,
There is no question but that formation begins to warm up the chosen today. !

J the diverging routes are now typewriters year. No pictures I .. I LEGALS I I Political Announcements :
-- - -- ---- --"'"" ---- - ----- !
plainly indicated. Only question of bathing beauties will be';,
j is whether business and pleasure sent 'out'to publicize! Chesapeake WALLACE BOOED IN i\,.TUB. .nn'"T roi HT l'In1'IIT nv THK :I '
SPEECH AT RRUOI. :1. :' :'Tn JI1)11CL
j trucks and cars will follow thee Bay and; !other attractions of the
oM route through the congestion'''"free state." promises State Archirist'Morrlsi I 1 IN% (AMI'"'''FOIL('.."'MUMIOK. I'I"ST). ........_. _....--... ....AA...
of the towns and cities for the L.. Radoff. j i iTh "' /'are N.. 11M.ti.ctt.31 -=sG -Count i -
I sake of making purchases there ;-,new bureau will provide nt I! KKLSKV MiiIEr.. I 1 : ;{ 'or I Commissioneri '

and viewing the ocean. or will information, roads! fishing ; .,'*. 1'l ilnU''in'OIU's,: i I ; i j District- : -
not spend the time to do so, and -hunting, historic.staet building '' I' .\1.11r.(>SS: .\1 '.II"H.. 1 1For I : -, EDNEY PARKER .'

'f by preference the toll rate of I and official record So' far 41.' HI Infrudaal.HI.H-TIO\ [I IOHIIKH I 'Governor: j -

; 50 rents-will take the new pike as Radpf; know*. Maryland has iTu: SI.ll'KItu.. ;..! An.III-I". iJ l i For County Commissioner
; been the: only state n the.nation J i JOT: North I'"-. {j W. A. SHANDS j r .
to to their destinations
get up in 1 Fifth District
.without of I .1'rer'I 1t, (BILL) -
Main: ( some .sort publicity i t
1"illi..m [
agent'r h. r-.ia.r/.i l to anai !
Toll Houses Being Built ar. ri>r
I t -f I !n the Hill: fur l>iv...r.filr.1 avainpl, '" ForState Comptroller j
The toll houses and gatesateitbr *
new ....
1.' sew In the above ..1>1..1 e"use e.r For Superintendent
end of the pike are bn :tte! only; essential perfumeoils bduf" thr ilh Uj. > or M."v. .\. l I'Ia1 EDWIN G. FRASERFor j|
; tire .. .. .. .. ... ..
has produced in Western l . %.1". Ihr allrgallmrr r :J- Public Instruction
ing finished now that spring I
... -
Hemisphere from lalneti thrrli will Iw taken a* r -
aar vEd. One is at Kittery. the are wild-grow feyI.. State Comptroller J i WILLARD M. ALBURY
other in the city of South Port- ing plants: bois de rose from I ole nO'l ordrrrtl at lire \Vrrt.Florida .
Brazil and. Guinana; linalie from I Ibis iih: day I uf A|>ril. AIL (Incumbent) 1
land. The South Portland toll Me,cioor1 guaiac-='from Paraguay I Icopaihy 114K.l'HMriT. I C. M. GAY For Superintendent,
'( ; .
gate is seven miles from city hall ( ITIIT SEAL) I
'; from! hc Amazon and r:...-, ." Sawyrr.t"irk i I : Public Instruction
ate way and about five thnughlI Orinoco basins; pimento and bay j .,f ('irrnit.urt. For Circuit Court Judge HORACE O'BRYANT
j i
I west side of Portland by way' frorr the l\ )/ West Indies;; and balsa CIrr4tnri.tue'Fvglans.I' One
) (Group ) | -
o! Struudwater village. ,. from';XEl Salvador and "Co-I aI's t l >. Jrth.r. .. t
I Three brick collection offices lornbia. ,.*r.. I J JIhe'enlire ,\ ...) for "l illlliff. I. WILLIAM A. (Bill) HER1NFor For Superintendent ;
will sere the three sections of t . I 1I.r.Ii-1:: o.nn. of Public-Instruction

the highway which roverge. upon. length"of the 'I . Circuit Court Judga MELVIN E. RUSSELL
pew highway 5(1114K TO ril.:U.......
them. There is to be an office '-will'i become :a vista of arbo- tints:!:! I'r.I""l.A.'I.. Stf... ll!I. 1Z..1 Group 7 (Monroe County) "
and storage building ,also of real <*arm with Maine foliage, lTIIK ('UI 1ST OK! -:MK I'lllTl i Incumbent'AQUILINO For >Member School Bo sr dt
Jl IM.r 1IOMCDK t. u S TI. | ;
1 brick at either aide of the tollgates hiding the hIdeous gashes left by "" .UIHU.'. 1% IMCOIItTK.In :. LOPEZ, JR. Second DbtrictGERALD i '
and the whole constructions : the:i builders; t rf I-'a'.f .
) roofed with steeLCommunicating ":}III." il I KYAN. I>..U'I".l. H. ADAMS
''Only Two
Service Stations To All Crl'dil..r" and. |lit'''..>nK I lavInw For State Attorney
east-and*west t I, -In the'entire 46 mjles but two r rial"" or l .\ :ains: I
highways number five and to I| service Said, ..:..Iah': GLENN C. MINCER For:Member School Board
stations are operating. ;
collect the tolls frum traffic cq'ring I[ Shanties are used temporarily, You. and and ah of. >nn tn are prevent berrbrnotified Re-election.' Fourth District

-! or leaving any of these,j I but :'attractive buildings wilt\\ be HERE ARE SOME OF THE BOOING flag-waving crowd of 500 } any otalm and tlnnandn. "hit> JULIO CABANAS JR.

five small tollgate are now i in!'! pttt 'up this -.-.summer. The f fan-.* Henry- .Wallace, third party presidential-candidate, during his speech' aKaihM t
process of construction. Toes, chlsa has been ''leased to a single I Hook section of .Brooklyn. New York. Right> t Wallace under protection .. raord.. tale of sa1Cdunty ) WEBSTER G. W AL1.A.CE For Member School Board
tno are of brick with projecting oil which will i! school after speaking. to the County Jlldl r* n' \
Company pay the {1 1I at- M Ofitf .County. Florida. aj? his of. : Fourth DiiJr Tt
hood to cover traffic entering or Turnpike Authority one-half j tkt-. ttiirt bo'use tT 'jutidfnuntT ?For State Repres 'ntAtt.*t
leaving. One is behind Saco, I cent for I I --- -'T'D 7'f at KrvVrxt.. .Florida wlth- :: ISADORE WElNTRAUB .-
a gallon all gasoline in.,.Iltbl l calendar mnnth from the For RenominationBERNIE :: ,
others behind Biddefford aft lI sold. The oil company maintains ':,May De GOP Compronii[ !::c Waging Active Republican D time eof the first publication of thinojlpA. -
Veils, and two will be required -wrecking trucks! now to answerany *. Karh claim ..r demand nhal' C. PAPY For Clerk of Criminal Court
IMln w ritlnf- and shall Mate >hplace <
back of Kennebunk. calls that may be brought to Presidential! Nominee Presidential Nominee Race of residence and post .ffn- ; C. SAM B. CURRY
How Toll Is Handled the two service stations addres!! i>f the ,rlaiirant and nhal1 For State Representative
by mo- 1 ln sworn to >>v the .claimant hissaint.
Trucks or can out of Kitteryfor torfets,. calls from the few farms. y, i : .r Ms attorner. sod asneh .- MILTON A. PARROT For Clerk of Criminal Court
Maine receive: an oblong ticket the !! claim or demand not w. filed
along )route by telephone. ; ball lie roid.Sl. (Mickey) HARRY DONGO
I serially numbered at ths. There.almost no variation in > KV.\Rn CIK,IXSKI.A .
I gate, but do not pay until they 'the except where brief I adminlKtralor t'hin Tvtrnteatu For
reach the toll house at the otter) scenery I' 1 I Ann.-i.. of th. 1.4" State RepresentativeTOM \ For Supervisor of
glimpses of agricultural work Will and T." ,f end 48 miles north. The same I ore Visible, or a swamp grown i Y s I llv :M. Kvaii. .....-..n,.r.l. O. WATKINS Registration
plan is observed for machines,. with Alders changes the type of apr i-o-27.iH: ! JOHN ENGLAND

going to New .Hampshire and foliage( from, pin; and birch. MITICK For Sheriff
points south. I i T he superhighway was kept a a6t. I I I\ THKOt \T\ Jt IMiK"* 'OIItT FRED O. EBERHARDT Fot Judge Juvenile Court

There is a lesser charge for toll 1' absolutely) 'clear of snow all win- MOMUIK. C'OITSTTK IIIKI.OHII1.1. -- ---- i DAVID E. McCURDY

Triad users passing through the rterj and sanding trucks did their (1-.1. urEMILY For Sheriff

five points where cross-state{r work well Return on the i invest- M. HV.XN. 'lvraw RAFAEL H. FER'RER For Judge Juvenile Court

nods run from the ocean wast ant! already ,i is running: high. I a The lnt State..retr of ,I (Known as Mr. Grass and Chlcao) FRANK O. ROBERTS
toward! White Mountain points. i I Cant'or trupk ma? continue 1z a x blA 4s.., Irtedrnl'You II

Work on finishing the new surprhighway ', tom, the road toward the southby cJk ,t Q a P Y Y written are i.nMrvment hereby notified irKirtinc that:: ti-a For Sheriff For Justice of Peace
is starting go /:paying '.a ten-cent toll over be the Iji..l Whll and Tcxtamrnt o'' ;'
I First District
winter is maid | ALTON GOEHRING :
ahead again now that <, thee KiUery>Portsmouth bridge, dervdent h- ton lmittetl; I. .
I>r""te in said Court. i
passed and frost has left the also a recent venture; or may Vi.n. ar hereb. > ..mman le ground. The cast stone n&ppini1 avoid t that toll by turning nix ,Calendar months from the !j Fcr Re-election

wh; finished the ends of the,I through' Portsmouth toward the I dale). a,.f h.the appear first i.l.latl"ii in ui!
S bridges over rivers or crossroads: Navy' Yard along the original + .hv.. >.au..... if any. you canwhy I| EVERETT R. RIVAS For Justice of Peace
which depressed, is being / the action of salt in admitting '
are I Route ). The reverse is also"ill .. First District
tiuckcd in and placed ready for] \rue. :but nearly all the traffic is slaved* nnrrvoki-4.t ir..l.itte should net i I I'I For Sheriff I PAUL BOYSEN

lion and cement work to fX( holding$ to j both the toll bridge I I I.F.SI.. 1;.:') m..n.1 n. Lord.C"anl. r BERLIN A. SAWYER

them in position. While most,of in /;the :superhighway;; l : toll road. I , AL C,.1111"\.> Klori Juda.!la. f i, For Re-election j i i For Justice of Peace
the 23 overhead bridges received: In.'inidsUmmer travel by way of I - .prIiIt2"2.: ..UH"I
r second coat of paint over their R:1' wUl. undoubtedly be greatly -- I I Second I DistrictMYRTLAND
protective red lead last Fall reduced; because of the convenience SENATOR ARTHUR VAN SENATOR ROBERT A. TAFT t 3 : I \OTH''': OP INTHNTION: TO M\KK For Sheriff j i| CATES
those which did not are at present ",of the new road and the I DENBERG: (above) has been (above) is waging an active GOy. : : j l'H IHF. pull! K\ U. Ills.tHrobate I I JOHN M. SPOTTSWOQD

being painted. It will be saving in"'time toall motorists'who'h mentioned as a possible GOP f:i campaign for the Republican I Newl/ .law 1 is:3): f r For Justice of Peace
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lute' in the year before this work ve.po need to go to Saco, j compromise presidential n m- j I presidential nomination. i i Jl It 1. tlo U.'litll-TIIHTV: fOI NT1. : For Clerk of Circuit Court !I Second District

I If done. Wooden posts wiheavy Biddeford.... Wens or Kennebunk. inee. mint ; | STATK OK ...1.011111 %. EARL R. ADAMS i'I r ROY HAMLIN i

steel guard rails border I -- ." .- - _h ________, ________ ward In re the Kntatt-tPIIOIIVTK, ..f I J
the iMlineod'approaches to each overhead bridge and there i is an FREIGHT TRAIN WRECKED IN GEORGIA FLASH FLOOD delis. I I>eas .
immense amount of paint work I ,..,... i I 't1ll'Q Xotlv-\IIYh..m in hrrl.It >given la> t'onrrrn that i: have FRANK. BENTLEY !i Second District

tu be done on these. c 'qr! "h":1I : : : his 'c }' filrd. my final ri>..rt an administratrix SAMUEL R. S1LBERMAN f
w x y .. For
I starting to con- 1 tI I of thes t. t' <'rt-rlia County Tax Assessor I
Workmen are
can p twain Harvey. dvra. d>:tiun the broad loam strip which filed ni) petition for final dlwhargr.
The cement I and that I will apply I.. the '
divides the highway. l : able) tlavmond K. I...rd. 11..01'-1'I For County Commissioner i! For Constable I
I curb was built as the pike con- Judge of Monroe County. .
stiuction progressed, and it was I I | : vti the Mil I dIr..foril. I- First District First District
This is being a approval of name and for final dUiliarKe JOE CARL J. INGRAHAM I
filled with earth. ALLEN i
j ( ai acminiKlratrix .r the ""
prepared for sti-ding and fur.I ,e ) .Mate of .'st'ile Swain Harvey dec -I'f !
titer beautification. ? vr ;. Unit 17$5 r ; | I c- * .n this. :*nd .I,,> ..( March.m I I For County Commissioner Fur ConstableFirst

Spells Yards Yawn I i former MA P.IK CKIFFIN ItliYAN.AdmlnlKtratilx First District District
Every few miles along the pike I of 'hievtatr I I J. HARRY
I of Cvciia Swam y. del !, OTTO KIRCHHEINER H. JOHNSONFor
gashes were slashed through ,
{ birch both 1 Died r.2-3aa: !,,s
Hands of pine and on |1structiun. t I 1863 pr. -U.I For County Commissioner ; Constable
skies to secure material.; for con .
yards lira j pione \ Till 4-ll"-| IT fill HT OK Till i First District First District
These spoils '
j :. and ":1..:\ KXTII Jllliril. flHCI T
gaunt and yellow, entirely naked %k 1 Japan. i I ,UK TIIK STTK: OK ." .UIIII". W. C.SUCAR( ) SWEETING1 C. FLONEY PELUCIER)
I lM. KOK IOM IIK fillT1..
of any kind of foliage now; manytA y ttq '
them are piled high with r.. a ;I j I May 1869 13 } IN 11'I('.>e >.. 1 1-TilKVKHBTT : >; For County Commissioner For Constable

mumps. Back of the stumps which are I #: :: the I T. ,;:1\\'.:I"-.",nil". ;' 'Third District First DistrictBENJAMIN

of yellow sawdust Ml. 'R at7 i .. CLARENCE j
heap R 1938. v ni% OIK i: !I HIGGS : J. PIERCE
made when the logs were ''t' R |I KHI.B SMITH 4in.\\'".:*
was ; ; 1t : | j |.rfen.lL: 0 i j (Bennie)
lumber. : I I
into ,: For
manufactured; O" : noted 1 j OHIIKK OK 1.11t1. Tltl\ County Commissioner'I '
The load was early marked by J .. his TO: kris Mull tiraxrs. i I District
at either 711 Virginia i I ( For ConstableFirst
wile fence or posts In :I ind. !} Yir inia. j I WILLIAM G. CURRY i District .
bound of the right-of-way. : ;I You are hereby retuire| t.. ar- ; v '
places the fence stands bard .,., s 'noted pr..r tu the liill for I'lv.T.rfit...1 I IaKaJaM BERNARD H. WAITE -J
vtrne sand and you In the alxive Myledcaune For County Commissioner
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clearings wheer + / er .
above jJ t4 on or brforr the :!nl dar .f
were excavated for fill -- ; : Java, April. .\. H. IS4V! t.therKiMthe alleteatioiiN a Fifth District |' For Constable .
gravel r r rlAP ; will Lr ; Second District
the f,re !
grading. In othJrs :, < 23. 193 : taken. as iimfessei!. HARRY L. HARRIS
Sn through heavy secondJrowth '184- IHIMANIi: unl'lnl-I': at Key. .j JOSE ESPINOSA

fort-strand. The shoul- ( Witt-photo) magi .; ) \Vv..t. A.Florida.l.. 151*Uii--. ::n" da> ofMarch. f For County Commissioner

ders. not yet coated with tar. ,FIFTEEN CARS of an Atlantic Coast Line freight train are off the track and surrounded by high i Died .o tCin-ult: i IGesa C Sawvrr.Court . J Fifth District 'J: For Second Constable District .

shine yellow in the sun. water in a wreck caused by a flash flood near Donaldsonville. Ga. The water covers a section ofsbedout Seal" ly Clrrk.: Kathlvn of Circuit.. C JOE JOHNSON i CHARLES G. PAPY

As beautification progress' } track. The sudden flood was accompanied by a tornado that killed one person n- In *o ; .*.JlUI' .urt'l .
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2nd and jured 11 and damaged '- -
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*' Chapter,;2iD'O'.WE A' itt teefeii the tnick through Directly above the exhibits hung '.. '. .. I
hate W.take Dial coh. t'fra' ti t,-.Moore kept his eyes a dozen thick ropes used in gym I H'.H$ ., ., t
'_ chhrip with Us!" $d.on the road and talked about tests. Horizontal ladders and a i :
tHdU! Gale 'demanded.iLM' Harold the"-progress 'Of the traveling zoo. wood-and-metal "horse" of par- '. . M II ....
Moore ;loaded:> jcrate.. :trhli job has certainly taught allel bars bordered the high- .
containing m "Oacae'the trained champahzee, the kjds.!'said.rhey.all seem portable equipment aside. Moore < -4. I ':' !
Into the.zoo's. smalt tAk'k./'He1; a t? ***ia kick out' of what we're and Gale cleared a space at one ,,
Jiftto'fn&- / : '.. :." !!IVt doing, :! 'He paused reflectively. "A end artificial of the room that formed an : ..........................., ....... ',. ;! '.' ,.. .. ..1 .F- "' I
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schoolchildren stage large r .
Carolyn! laughed; recalling, the in the poorer enough for < .. tb ." 1' . .. -4 '
animals '
,peLi *ftlysjsifory whfch Gale had .fctionsi'have.sit. their elves:never I even seen heard a chimp the to perform. E f ,. :. ; : > ; ; ,>> :
one "Any producer would .
inspired-to the consternation of slxryear-old: ',say'Who's the little sell his birthright for a first-night -. .. : \ I\ ..; ;.: :\ :., 1, \
herself and man with aU on him!'" audience like that!" Eddie .. .
Iamont''i said as : ; I> 'I .J:
a traveling zoo. isn't it?" He laughed, at;indulgently.Oscar-and "She I'm was he watched the; throng oj pupils fl. .' ........................._.. I : .:: ':::. : = .. : :. If i
,'Uked.eo looking sure pour into the gym. Teachers ._. .
cc.r-. the best show- first'.time'she imagined swimming valiantly against the ; r. ,', ,: '. . I r" : I
tnlA .We'.. .Jot-and We're pla7InI'to. t&ere'was anything like him-except rip-tide of youthful exuberarice. r, ....i a : . . .. !.
noon."a. tough audience this after-, as a picture in a book." arranged::! : the audience in a semicircle Ii "t: .4. : '_..-., :a r.. .', :
I -T'Jaturally'you're' not taking up before the performing stage. I

"What'4"taksoh on' elementary the! schedule school feny Eddi Collections" said "But at have the schools you no-" trained Moore dogs brought,putting out them a through pair of -. .................. \. ........ 1 I,"f# .. ,'i if =. !\J'- I

right in.:the1! heart of ,Steel Mill ticed any-effects on the campaign their nimble paces to a chorus of I r #\
Row.There from the appreciative "ohs" and rr
ought to be a turnoutof traveling Eoo'shows1"OCWe'.e "aha.
nearly a 'thousand kids-arid had a flock of small coins When Oscar took the stage,climbing . .' .. iII i
they're Just the! kind 'of kids the i in the.mails,** Carolyn said. "They on the seat of his tricycle, the = J
ao can do the most for." pay our expenses and show a yells and laughter were deafen- J
-'V3Urs the best tricycle'rldef little profit. But you ought to see ing. =
IT. got" Moor remarked, as.hf the scrawled thank you notes Ocar pedalled slowly around a ah'I
loaded's1'erah,boxes of-*1uitttb. from' school, kids! Hundreds of small circle, confident that he was .
deodorized' skunks, opossum and them:=-and they all make you feel taking his audience by storm The l'
trained dogs into ,the enclosed like you're doing the work this little chimp sensed something of I .
truck bod j."He panicked:them at zooWas: accomplish.- fresh inspiration in their enthu-
.Wilson School, and they;.eVeh "I'd be perfectly:willing to settle siasm and tentatively put one foot III
voted him! ost'likely to succeed fprxthose-notes- the'look.o n his up on the handlebars coasting on I ==
I after that assembly at Lake'High." the faces ''of'tho'ej: pupils -when doubled momentum.and the The chimp's applause natural re II ,
"-"I'lunpose he' werelputting; : on'the'show.-Moore
essential to"the temptation to show off did the I I
castGaleconceded.. "But I don'tKO'forthe said warmly. "My.'own children same. .
look: in his eye.-It's'fair.tiw.Lsuspeet l ok like' that,when J my' wife Wath,a.bright, toothy grin, Oscar J
bakes:a I '
him of;.storing up birthday cake for them reached out one of his long .
J pldns for>a ran page." or like takes:hat them-on a'picnic. Looks arms and engaged the end of a III

, -"fconVgive M//>oNt.H4f.! never it a thought given ""me"said atil they, makeyou'can don't'pay.anyibills eaVn,them.feel"a lot He. richer-but dangling When he gym had rope.attained the top I = t a .1 1'i f .
' of,trouble. in. a',self added, of the rope, he lunged boldly for I I iL4J
; J Eddie! :climbed: Into the front "?*ot that-'I'm conscious:in this afterthought business for: the next rope caught it easily and ... =
seat of'the truck-with Moore.and s.ent nent'alone. mlnd-you." swung across For the next five .
;F Carolyn. and made no further pro- minutes, he enjoyed a Roman ' .
-; tests.: After aD, h'! reflected,' this '"No'Lwouldn'tlet; Framinghamget. holiday of leaps jumps and swings : .
: : that':idea. Eddie said among the The pupils ''h Ii
was-bls first trip with the travel- ropes. fell .
1 wryJy"Hejnight: start paying you on'one another in Waves =
ing zoo-and it had already drawn ;off : of.'elp- .
'large school audiences and excel- .me.gFeeting' -'*c* r i' verses, in- leislaughtera ." '". .. .
lent publicity, its'first week on stead\of checks: ."Come down o t"of.there'Eddie R .
<,, the school's circuit. .-Wlienntheitruck. reached Jackson yelled at him. = .. '
.. -rdt. .pretty, chilly ;;:school a'19th Century monstrosity Obediently. Oscar :swUng toward "
of red Eddie loosed his I: { =
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along.} Gothicarchedwindows. and .. ,
"Are to .held Eddie rope dropped'solidly on ; as
planning the
you In the assisted Moore in carrying the Galeshoulders.. Both of' them \ .
fthdw playground?
animal cages.into the school gym. fell to the floor driving the chil > r i it
1 "No.Indeed. Moore ..replied."CAn't Classes) "were -in session when the dren into semihysterics."I :I ,
take the risk of having ouranitoals truck arrived told he had i
.and'Moore took a you a look in his w yr 111r t-
catch, cold. The school few'rninutestoset; up the cages eye," said Eddie, picking himself .. .
principal told me We could set 'that; from the .
up so -maximum number-o f up floor. Oscar rolled I '
the j whole" 'exhibit in the jrvrnnariium. : children.could'see their occupants over, grinning happily. = > .
Without .diffi<: lty. To be htined) j i ill : : .

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has tac'p1tk'a( ,named site a six-man for 'the commission capital ofth"Chileaii' I'' . .. .1. .; -, ::. ::. f this, can't' hejp youthis will j I : i

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Falkland Dependencies. Presi-
dent.)Gabriel Gonzalez Videla .. ..
ailase', Navarino.. a lonely island w = ':''If you're Interested In a good,substantial savings It's called the Bond-A-Month Plan. \Vith It, fi

inhabited by about 200 persons; .. plan . you can purchase U.S.Savings bonds regularly ft

mostly sheepraisers. e If you are in business or in a profession, and automatically through your bank. ill
"jTh'e"commission it to ma pit, j
'j. ; the1'ayro115a vingsPlanisnotavailabletoy! ou... Here's how it works: Just ask your bank to
i l locate 'site for the capital, and til
, fmd.out what it the way = This office wouldn't be much help to you. To buy you a U.S.Savings Bond each month.They'll ii

of ports'.roads and other installations. those who are on payrolls, it can offer one of the purchase the Bond,send it to you,and debit your .
..J The inhabitants told the best savings ideas ever-the Payroll Savings Plan account for the purchase pike. Y

president,they would like to havea == for the purchase of U.S.Savings Bonds. That's all there i* to itl! Month after month, H
boat:service the straitto .
f" across '.1. your savings will be oa the increase. At the end ::
the Argentine naval base at
Ushuaia: their only supply cen'TODAY'S f DI But here's good news of ten years,you can start collecting four dollars II'

I tr,;:.-' = I'ncle Sam has now made it possible for your for every three you've invested.. Nr

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U. S. Senator Millard E. Ty- .-*, w yy.b4 = AUTOMATIC SAVING IS SURE SAVING- ::
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) Thomas broadcaster 'f o\ a'from'1 his board 'investigating the soft coal strike. Board ,"'. : ;.
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I County. Phil 56 years ago. 'othtie'board-members. Professor George W. Taylor (left) of the J ...
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5ft year;-born ago. in Brooklyn, N. Y., Tit'Fo. !!f TRIUMPH ARM BRAND COFFEE i :The KEY WEST CITIZEN iII i-

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"It.IIIIII lllilIIIIIIIIW'I'l RUSSIAN SOLDIERS BARRED : 1t J 1 Mystery\ Play- Thrills Playgoers : --!Auxiliary: >< Dunce *- DAY To-Meet At"- \I, .Square.tonight at the V.M.&A-. Jackson

The I II New members will be initiated j :
I :'' Is' Big, Success 1 I. YMCA Tonight' ]!and nomination of officers will II'
Last t At arnrrbcalrc I : {
Evening i'be made.
OBSERVATIONSOF II ; The' 'dance' by Arthur Regular meeting of the DAV.chapter j i 1
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.Opening night at the little Barn I production the success that it i i::*': : .,"at the Legion : ;
By BILL LEE Theatre of'the Key WcsUElajjers I takes the part of The Lord Chief Home ort.Sjock Island was an cn -, - .

I group indicated- that once more I Justice in a preamble which,pre?i|(ij i Oable evening spent; by all in 1
the entire run will be a complete pares the audience for what they attendance Mrs.. Naomi Sjurscn, The MAXWELL CO. Inc. ; .
A man who knew General sc -out.; Last night the arc about to see and hear. In committee .chairman, said today.I ,
MacArthur and Admiral j audience was kept keyed up by 1 this Shakespcrean touch he again Baker werewinners
Douglas i : and Mrs.,Clyde:
the hair-raising surprises of the I displays his ability as an impressive I ;
William F. Hal&ey intimately i 1 I. of the waltz-contest. The The Only Authorized
English play "Night Must F orator.If j .
during the recent war is now in in;which Ruin and l..1 to take m this :'Judges'! for the contest were Art .
Newton you expect : Dorothy Dan-
I Sjun Sr. Mrs.
Key West. Baron co-star.. I latest presentation of the Key.; WESTINGrfOOSEDealer ( ;

lie is Rear Admiral Felix L. I .As an invalid old lady in this I West: Players group, there: .are, iels; and Edward Bailey.jiuerbugcon) -
II production, Ruth Newton 1 two important suggestions.: _Get.'1| Winners.,pf the
USN who is taking'a again
Johnson. now test were Joe Jane Ruby selected -
I displays her versatility with jour tickets early_ for th(!' little 1
afaultlessJbit .. CftchI Key Weal
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in the Fleet So fudges Alien
special course ) by ,
of acting. makeupand Barn Theatre seats only 100 ,per* .
' SchooL lie has been in Key II I 'costume, Her performancein cons and some procrastinalors in-'I ring. Ctyde. : Baker and Joe Mira. '

West for about ten days thengoci the wheelchair difficult variably arc disappointed, and-<[ The door,prize vas won by.! WE HAVE IMMEDIATE I \ DELIVERY
to believe that she is Hold ohto seat if Mrs. FJSie-li'Bamard. .
to command the Destroyer really your you ,
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I Olhei the young and attractive person not ae-nistomed to witnessing J 1 i. 1 i
Force Atlantic Fleet. Door :
wo knbW off stage. And as the MURDER! tee rfor the.tUncc: included= 7Fafr. -
"General MacArthur and Admiral dapper young Dan a bajt>y-faced .. j I Mrs..Claudia Watler, Jr., Mrs. 1 WESTINGHOUSE[ [ $$09Q95 -
Halsey were both inspiring bellhop Paul Baron takes most Elsie Bafnird} and "Mrs. Art Sjur-
leaders" said Admiral Johnson. I of us by surprise in revealing Triplets Now 1 scri;; ..lr4 i ;publicity. Mrs. BettySaundcrerjpecordtions. i
t "When the.commands of the that he isa real actor. His fin- I : Mrs. Dorothy REfRIGERATOR[ LL <3 I

i general and the admiral over- I ished performance in this play 80 Years Old DanwK and tickets. Mus .
lapped they got together, with proves thai he can act as well a.; Gretna.McUain.: _
me. then a Navy captain as he can dance-and we all know I
. liaison officer. hfc .farnc. In.. hc latter l direction MARLBORO. Mass. Sister I REV-BRIDGES: -
I triplet: all widows (celebrated i 4 : REST AUR EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES :
it "They made a great team. The As a newcomer to the players their 80th March .(Eontanued.Frofcn Page One)
general feels he is a man oi group, Paul Baron, brings new birthday on Stalesin! 192J administer of theEnglJSh."WcsI
destiny. The admiral is a forceful talents. I '"Church'at Key

man. yet the kind of man who = t ._Another newcomer appears in Faith The MacDonnell triplets are, Mrs.Mrs Nellie Annie:: West, 'Floridk..y. He. Fps, naturalized re MAXWELL CO. t
inspires the men who serve with the supporting castas Mrs. Terence Daniels atWcJHrision, Kansas, in 1930. :
and Mrs. Nora
him. Each is dynamic. I a ,ccckney English house- Hppe "He" joined] :C, the.American= } Red! I
"Usually when you ask a man r 4 maid. Barbara./,8wm "walked Charity Murphy. Cross, lo' .J933J::%worked in the Furniture and Furnishings
where he served he will say: 'In into"* this;part,'and:i immediately They were given those middle of 1937
flood t
I $S .q"tpp'Uty
CAP Wirephoto via Radio from Berlin) names at birth to make identification : PHONE C82 :
Key West. In Newport' and so on. did'so well with it that:she was and other'disasters.: .''Irf December, s

When you; ask one of the Navy A RUSSIAN OFFICER (center) and an armed Soviet spldiei I unanimously' 'thosert: ;for the job.frequent easierMatches 1f 1942;he was! .named>;ssp>tant field 909 Fleming Street. Corner Margaret S>< 'ihey West Fla. I I
men who served in the Pacific the Russian Her injection of unin- superior; of Military.and Naval
(right) are stopped by U. S. MP's from entering
where he had seen service he'd Htpjten;e' situa- Cause : .and'assign VENETIAN BLINDS
lerltjonal.hamos.a Welfare Services,:
railroad building in the U. S. sector of Berlin Saturday. ''Thy -
_.. ..
proudly state: "I was with Hal tions causes, involuntary laughtei a o the British Iflcv; m' charge of ---'--- -- -- - --" ---
sey.** The admiral was that kind Russian officer: holds cigarettes which he offers Jo,be sent into. throughout tbti Audience, and Red. Cross Jioroc-vServicc Communications. . R / / / "
of man. the building to Russians still remaining inside. nceiossible': some degree of{ Of Child's Death He was promoted

."You I often mistaken ._ ._ recuperation'for the shocking "
know. was - -- -- next t fo field! ,.supervior in 1943
1 ,
for a colonel at the time of revelation: Imagine! the surprise BALTIMORE. Md.Dianne hPilkerton OPENHOUSE

my'services with MacArthur and PAINLESS INJECTOR and raised' eyebrows when 5, while playing with H

Halsey. A colonel and a Navy the 'Key West audience learns matches set fire to her drcsi'When /*//* / !/ :
captain wear the same insignia that our ownTay Roberts (as the her mother found her, tho' FORCOLIN
that is an eagle on his vhirt little parlor maid) has been having child's clothing was aflame PUN VVUNS '
collar. So often I was called a CREATOR IS COMING an affair with handsome; Dan '1 A neighbor wrapped the childin

colonel by one of MacArlhur's and is about lo become-but per- a blanket and had her carried
officers. haps wed better not reveal too to a hosiptal, where she died ENGLISHYOUR
**In Washington where I served TO CITY SATURDAYDr. much in print. Word will cer- after 94 hours in an oxygen tent A .ITAMINS
1 as public relations officer, before tainly get around about THAT.I Is N i ea!a twnua 1 "
coming here to school I was '1 however. As usual. Fay docs a Like WestI atttMpa.fjhtt Hrw i4 MO*
called into a conference with the fine piece.of impersonation.i And J Key a7i9
Hiuksoii Will Visit m
heads of !! Inspector Bel- NEXTGOVERNOR : :
various departments. Dave Newton I net
Among. them was General Ste- <.. size from Scotland Yard, docs a I; !\ and Mis. J. Tdrmtinn, of 17.95GARDNER'S ,
phen Chamberlain, who knew me Brother Until MondayAt Picnic Enjoyed most effective'and efficient bit pf i Cleveland who had been visiting. 1

in the Phillipines, where he served r sleuthing, : i Jeanne Thomas, 913 Georgia
MacArthyr. U.: S, Submarine'! Sunday By NCOS .' Anne Carlton as' Olivia ;1 $street said they had enjoyed the 11U Division St-PHARMACY Cor. Veda : :

"He customarily called me coloneL Grayne her usual ; tropical climate and beautiful.
is charming PHONE 177 . FREE DELIVERY> .
Base -
When I entered the conference | Junior Leaders self-but so taken in by Dan i flowers in Key West.
room he called me 'colonel. charms "that .she even assumes i They added that they were.also -. .' 0 U in the .
then changed in to'general when Dr. Thomas A Hinkson, a ; Undeterred by Sunday's.downpour Custody of h3 luggage and its I delighted with their; drive. over 4

he saw the stars on my collar do- brother of. Lt. Comdr. James M which flooded Key gruesome contents You be the Overseas Highway. OF STRAND. THEATRE : Lobby of La Concha Hole! :

noting me to be an admiral. Then Hmkson USN, first lieutenant 1 a gay party of NCCS junior ho3-1 horrified when you realize what Air.C ndlioDCd

he caught himself and said of the U. S. Submarine Base, is tcss>Ca and servicemen from bo has in the hatbox! Then there rtlm dbtrtss ftKHtTMY .
Help anAPRIL
"Damn it admiral". It was considered arriving here Saturday from Ha- | Sub Base drove to the .picnic is Loramp Pepper, a practitioner Now: Showing r

a great joke. vana where he is one of the United : grounds beyond Bahia HonJ, in I named Nurse Libby in this pal, FEMALE--i ICINGS HOW 7th
"My experiences with Mac- States representatives to the a navy bus provided by welfare who has archarming' Irish accent I Ann Sheridtn-Robt. Cummings : (Wednesday) :
Arthur and Halsey wen a great International Congress for Lep- and Recreation Officer Lt. 'Gerald which jrarncx you right back to .
privilege.: It will be something Howell 4 the old sod: IV C. Guerette tak s C COMPUIHTS: ,!'U _>' 7:00 to 8:30: P.M.. : I
lone' to remember always." ers.Dr. Hinkson was called on at The sun shone at Bahia Honda -1 the part of Hubert Laurie Oliy- Starting Thursday"NIGHT' :
t the Congress the fifth of its kind and the merry picnickersswam (; ias suitor, who fails to make I; Are female you functional troubled periodic By duty d&rurbances s of-,. SONG" /
"Hey, Missus! Hey Missus' :" A ever held anywhere in the world in the jade colored waters mtroh headway against the com- ? Does this tufftr ;.Dane Andrews and EreryoliP Is Cordially Incited In Conic; Doictl
little the strec' and devoured dozens weiners of the. ..young I from pain feel K nerru tired- Ethel B.
negro boy ran up to demonstrate a virtually pain- of petition cunning- .. nyrnore and 3/ccl Colin.Engfi3/ :
; at such time?Then BO try Lydia
after a white woman riding a bicycle less way of injecting medicinein and buns. Softball and pyramid bellhop--but. that's no fault of: Plnkham Vegetable Compound to '
; He was waving a package lepers. building on the sandy beaches his acting-it's just the way the relieve such symptoms., Plnkham'a .
in his hand as he ran. Finallj Dr. Hmkson. who is with the attested to the skill and agility story was written bas a grand soothing effect on one MONROE-THEATRE'
woman matt
of t Important organ'
he caught up with the woman Medical Department of the University of the participants. .' Guy Carleton. in addition tobeing u .f :Showing t. TodavTUMBLEWEED : Special Invitation to All :
Silently he handed the packageto of Tennessee: developed The party, under the direction the director who made this i LYDIALPINKHAM'SSun i TRAIL"Eddis

her. Jie idea for the h>pospra> and of William Competon, BMI, Mrs. .... ; Dean ;and Horse. flash'. I : A. and Teachers
I ,..a.::-s..:..+ :>.:........ P.-T. Groups
Compton and NCCS Executive! :
"You dropped it, he said later gave the specifications for it to I ..- -
And then ran away while th an engineering firm which developed S-' retary Eileen Coughhn returned and Starting' Thursday!
woman was looking through 9 it. to Key West at 8;30.p..,m.. J.ormAWNINGS THE' MARK OF ZORRO" REFRESHMENTS: SERVED .

cluttered purse for a dims to It is about the size of a flash- after a trip enlivened by 'jingme . -. tW ALL Trroai P wer-Ludfc' Darnell a (I"oil lira I .lI l'.-r i-<..m..nt I'nM. >,< Friends!! .f I I'uih. a"KIl-b'; .

hand him. light. It acts under pressue of ,;! en route. included 0 . . . 0 . . ..UUUU . .. _. .__. ;
"U was a pound of bacon." she 2,400 pounds to the square inch The picnickers W .F u I
exclaimed. "That boy deserves* and shoots the injection throughthe Smith, FG: L. C. Laford SA. i

something, but he's gone." skin into the flesh withoutany Birdie Lou Howe; R T. Shelper, When OPEN-/*'* A Dutinctive; Awning ,.
noticeable at all S2, Edith Knuck; T. Brook. $N;
'When CLOSED-IC. A Perfect Storm Shutter
Betty Lou Caring, R. P. Smith,
.A, veteran Key West insurance The injection of any medicineor CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET METAL
OMEN: Hilda Castillo Ralph:
man was telling us recently that drug is possible by using the ; Wooden
Lane SI Claudina LaFe NctU These Chips
hypospiay Since lepers have to : ; : are
according to population, this ictj Valdez, William Frezer, M2; M. Finished in Gleaming Enamel Your Choice of Colors
have eight
has a greater number of life insurance seven or injections a Monogram or Design
day, with the old of needleit A. Vorcck, TE2; Vilma La Fe: .
type Demonstration
: holders than any other Simple to Operate FHA Terms Model on .
T. C. Gaudrcau SA, Susie Dem-
city in the United States. left their arms and bodies ccv Installed OTjrkO 614 GREENE ST. .t.The
ered with sores. ontt.; J. W. Connor. S2.: S. B. LEE Budweiser refuses to abandonthe
"Not in value but in the number DIXUO. PHONE 4 Home
S2 K. D. by
Buckweitz. ; Hill SI,
Lepers at the United States
of policies held. the people.of Sanatorium New Orleans and C. J. Schemeck. ET2. Phon for FREE Estimat use of beechwood chips traditional in = -
t Key West are definitely insur- near : work wonders during : :-
were so pleased with the hypo-
ance-minded. said this who
man the-
.. :;
spray that the International --
did not want his name mentioned
when we began taking a few Congress for Lepers a ked Dr. chips are placed in the lower section of the W
Hinkson to before it and
notes on what he was saying appear tanks exposing many surfaces. They
demonstrate the instrument.-
"The people here are extremelythrifty. It will be recalled that Dr. COLIN ENGLISHYour attract yeast cells, just as a magnet draws 1-
When a man making n<' y
more than $35 a month in the Hinkson was here about a year metal objects.Thus, the quietly circulating 2

WPA days would always take out ago demonstrating a method of i beer is in contact with more yeast in a long ,
controlling incident to
a life insurance policy for hit childbirth. He pain demonstrated it cold ageing period for perfection.This b one .

family-you can be sure of that before the doctors of Naval Hos- Open your mouth . Your Next of many steps that make ours the crst-: gig -e'
"We have an unusually lowlapse pital here. Childbirth virtually ; I _ _
is Lest brewing known. Costliest yes : -
rate. too. In other words painless by the method used ttclnrrAN process /- _
the rest of the nation had a rate by Dr. Hmkson 4 I tf'ill/ 1 but itbrings: you-Budweiser! !' _

of U per cent in'the lapses of Dr. Hinkson will visit Comdr. I !

life insurance policies. Key West and Mrs. Hinkxm at their home : @ IMPORTANT TpTI1TTruTIl7m.rrtTmwT1mTYrpnTf a V.'I i iE
had.a rate of 1.2 cent" :
per in Fleming street. lie will remain -
.* here until Monday whenhe I I tHIS TES-
Do you remember the time will leave for Mobile. Ala. i MESSAGE t DRINK .I
when the women residing in the J
Georgia.Petroma -Olivia fctrccbsection sail right past; Key West enroutc Close your eyes . I 1 Budweiser

carried whistles And I from Panama City to Charles to the People "/ "Ifwiror (:tnintyAPRIl >
blew theme when they were being I ton. ji i e tI, I FOR FIVE DAYS Because of our great ex-

annoyed, or-saw a fight or oth:?> 4!! oft cii pans\on. program more

disturbance? Ivan Baggclt,:: who directed th" Budwciaer i is':avni1able l now.
Well, an oldtimer said that they recent March of Dimes drive in 7TH I On the sixth; day Demand it wherever !
you go.
did. It WM along in 1914-17 and the city, says if anyone can supply : b t -
they blew their whistles so former .him with information where I L try to asweet r'r'I

Police Chief Whitmore Gard. the coin collectors are he will I ,- (WEDNESDAY) ) beer
r. -
ncr. who lived in "Petroma street I personally; see that the money in I I I II

could hear them. The chief hems given to polio victims And take a sip Ii I i at I You'll want the : .1 .
Would hear the whittles: and come distinctive fnste of .J !
a-running. LOOK of a grand surprise! P.M. [ Bwdweiser. thereafter : I
and Later so ,did Chief the,whistles.Gardner died- 4! ; : t r I III

* (tierSTATION
Error the dog owned by the

crew found of late the Saturday USS the Sub-war*lIMdieal.M.Wr. .report f cUMm renal<*!iU that stews M I WKWFBe

marine Base The animal disappeared ..ft P.**toot without cur to otpeetin victim( of what Pia-W to wrong_1 ;;...;;: ,# .. /.a c Bu4w jseri
as the Hambleton wassailing And these pasta Imnc faude the human ()
body can_....real.dUtreu.
for Panama City the other So watch out for the warning. sluts that I- Sure and Listen In this; t'ilal Message .. raT.
Da7 matn Pi -Worm -(specially the II
day.The Mmattns rwui itch. Get JATNE F>Wan V'TAI' ; ffN D'HOMOGiN'I' As It. I'ersvn TASTES LIKE
dog was placed in the Sub <* fallow the directions. Affects Every i 1 1I BUDWEISER
Base brig for 48 hours poW ia the Pin-Worm treatment e>..eloced *tli 'Ml K; t
marine I. the laboratories of Dr. O.Jayn*; in Monroe C.onntyfolltlc ; ; "
The Navy b now arranging tohave So.. after ye r. of ?>.t _t meareh.. 'the L ANHEUSER-BUSCH. LOUIS
take Error out to malt -y-. U f.W tableU act in a TI"\.: l\i ...a1t..t'I1I..R... Store AM!*)
the a boat Hambleton which will Special A.l. ,way ur4rug to remove..t.P Pin-Worm.w for fin-Worms. rtarrln .1.\1"": 1'.\n;411a Ith ..:v; ( &l .\<]vrrtl?<>nt I'aljl l.i Frl-nd. ...fllii Knglli-hl 11 ae-- 1
meet Arden l Thursday ffJ4I P."IUD i .
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