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 7, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Key West. Florida has the : .... ,Associated :Frew -W j 1

most equable climate in the :..,:._ arb' tK.e'' f. Qt. it. /JPeatares'aad. .'.r ioto :e.l I

country with an average r g For 68' Y4rartr Devoted to the }

range of only Fahrenheit -. 1:' ... : . a Best Interests *oi Key West !


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City May Buy -<

{!i Coal Continue }: -' I r. 1 0 I Is F)' t : In.. 'Wisconsin; I ,'

Leaving MinesOF 1 if +> s, A ir- i eta M \ M? I111ur, 2lid': ; '- Windsor :

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MINERS. 24,500 ARE NOW az t ING AS "T A VORIT&. SON"; H- Lane Properties r


By Th. '.._1.'" P...... 'I Rr The ,,.......... Pre:.). I

More hard coat miners have gone: ; Thomas Dewey aspirant r
in strike bringing the total to : for the Republican .presidential' *! OF WIISDSOR LANE
24500. it 'was estimated today. 1 nomination, failed to get t..a single

Eighty thousand hard coal delegate" front Wisconsin in the i *! AT SOUTH END I
mint'l"SYUrk in Pennsylvania. -. Detection held ye-l rday. ,accord- t :
and indications arc that prasti- : x s ing to- returns thus far received. i: ri City Manager Ralph Spalding i

cally all of them will leave the 1 Harold Stassen, governor of vas "u!hnn7 M lyr city isstoners .:
pits if the soft-coal: strike! is not I Minnesota three times is away last
night to contact tie
batted '
shortly. & out in front with General" Douglas -
The Department of Justice is 1 ( : MacArthur poor second. new owner of two leis that wt reused

Matting for word from Attorney II ha Disappointment :was expressed as thoroughfares in the

General Tom Clark to proceedin -MacArtbur's .backers becauseof i south end of Windsor ]181M' with I

its contemplated court actionagainst a f the comparatively poor .show: tI 'the hope of purchasing
Lewis and other soft-coal &it.,1
i a fng he"favorite son"It I Spalding hd asked the
union leaders. .' t ( < commission '-
f was agreed though the
Lewis' attorneys have questioned to take steps either (I.,
counting of ballots fc, hot cem- .
the constitutionality of a proviso ,it pleted, that Stasseil- has ,eight 4)() I( J L .S acquire the lots by pttrrhast "
the Taft-llartJey Law
HI in
sure delegates, with his l leading : condemnation, or glee! U allow :
in its relation to what is styled
i in 1 12 other contests.
MacArthurhas Windsor lane to '
.. "emergeucy/ challenging txTome a .1..ll! ,
n : two sure and
is leading in
end street. He advised that i
that provision they assert that IK
five other races, making a. totalof
an emergency docs not exist. 27 delegates,.the state's quota, .v : first be allowed U cvmmuni<" Late this afternoon or tomorrow I i I
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with none of Dewey's men apparently new property uwm i
it. thatcotirt I
morning is expected having a chance. before any action w...; Uken !
action will ;mi ta<(cn again,:: ,t.
in the remaining: con- I Commissioner Harden I
Lewis and his fellow leaders.
(AP Wirepnoio via Radio from Home; ) tests between MacArthur's and I I have too many de..elend sire ism
Sta :irn's; representatives, the total
Election Plans NEARLY HALF A MILLION SPECTATORS liar Rome's Dei Fori! Imperiali; to view units ol of Stasscn's lowest man is i Key West now. I wa. the

Italy's Allied-equipped army on parade in answer to Communist threats cf force. The parade comes mOl than .9,000in) excess of the i iV I first to try to open up WatSOn -
1 two weeks before the Italian elections. Officially it was staged to mark reactivation cf the his- total of MacArthur's highest representative street and to date it u
Arc Studied _ _
1-: By toric Sardinia Grenadier division. In right background: is .the Colo-scum.: : still not open."

-- ._ . : The result of the vote apnarcntly Public Service Director l 1)| '
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Monroe\ has eliminated MacArthur All plats, and deeds have i iN". iexamined.
t County SOLO JOY RIDER from-having any chance in being a The property if ;i,,t

nominated by the Republicans used as a thoroughfare, will -ii-'
! There special Zoning RequestsNot '"Yt. -
was a meeting
r Leaders here agreed that if he ( nicely block off Windnr tans
t of Monroe County Commission
could not make a better showing,:: Commissioner Louis Carh"r.I!,
today to consider problems twill in his owh state, his chances in voted for the manaRers mvi tI i II

confronting the.county, in Allowed ; .,- .. other .talcs probably 'would be g. / I gallon of the matter, but IYM'i'i "' ,
the general election By
primary on t. as poor or poorer. the right to argue ncc m i etc t tI <
May. 4.Present. I j. The view about Dewey is that; I when the prupcr', 'Y' ;.i i II
were' CommissionersFrank he suffered a decided setback in L chased Carbonell aia mjt'i" I
BcnUey Clarence Higg :..- .his.campaign for the nomination : the thought that there wat t/
and Gerald Saunders and JohnEngland :i City Commission much "a" zoneH pr pHy m K. .
county:registration sliDcrvisor. , I, We&. lie told the CTimnmai..r. .
and Franklin Archer.: 2,342' Paid orTobaccoStamps CAP Wlre h otu) j j Sour people of ho know I-' -ii.j
;,.t o"'b .. ..\V.4i'iT :iJ 'I.[ fr ... .. . 1i' .
- n !: \ -< 0 to bWId duplec n
.. -- -'. :1I. HARRISON .
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. . '.rh1fte'S.' ..'!! ,'-_ -- ... 3 .1p 1 '; 'FRANK* ; ( ) 14-ye r-old Rational .Joy.of .tb*. wwt lr.

It was noted that there arc 51 \ ( PERMIT; HE I!] 0> Year" from Valdosta. Ga. goes sightseeing in New York with cause of existing zvnms! Il< o.j .
!! Temperatures Jimmie Jones, director of the Valdosta Boys' Club. Young 1
county candidates ( besides the r Vial he was one of the f<.":,
state officers to be voted upon \ INVESTMENT An emergency; ordinance ovapassed Harrison a newsboy and winner of the Junior Citizenship award j I inclined Carbonell pleaded f r'-
The whole makes the voting ma | 7:30 AJ4.. ELS.T. last. night' by city com from the National Boys' Clubs was given a week's trip to New | a joint meeting with the plan mmi :

<'nines cumbersome and will take !I mission amending ordinance No York for the celebration of National Boys' Club Week April 4 I i board to iron out the matte: II
the voters from one to five min- Station- 19%. which provided that all to April Il.COUNTY. said that when the .unn,: ;
utes to decide between the can City Commissioners: and City : Atlanta 66(; monies collected from the tobacco -- . -. -- - i I changes/ were made Key *A. ;
didritcs Manager Ralph Spalding, 'meeting sates lax now in effect h* :*would be like a 'rubebufth ..""i
,: .
will have to br as members of the Billings 26'I3inningham placed in, a separate fund for | bloom "overnight."* "
Special parts planning I'I' TO PAVE I
obtained from Miami to handle commission} after conclusion of r ___ _ 68 ftreet repaint The amendment I i ij
Democratic and Republican Bismark :: Sri allows I the city to pay the adminIstrative I !
all candidates, and to have the the city commission meeting last. Boston ._. ___- ..... 47 costs., that were incurred j j March Warmer
night upheld at a public hearingthe in the original ordm nce NUMBER OF I ROADS
machine total curicctly.Maleeumbe . '
Etdtatn' tt
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1"lth' Tins amendment: allowed 1 the
---- city planning: beard on i 1 Than Usual In
its recommendations to disallow. Charleston: -. 6t bbequent payment of $ .342 1 t I i
\ Seeks zoning changes: Chicago ;)1') AI' \> Ire;>"" .., the American Decalcomania Co ti i
First zoning: thane nut allowed t Corpus Christi _ ._ ._ 69!) ;; SGT. MALCOLM McGRADY Inc.. for stamps purchased. $2.070 ON UPPER !KEYS i! Key West Areai
\ was S the request of tmcritu 'I Denver __ h. :;2 i iDctl"llit was for 2.300.000 stamps prir"f* .
. Voting Machine Gomez, 1304 Crmnell streetto .. _._ ___ ._ 17't tF (above) Army Air Force soldier it BOtM.. and $272 for 00,009 i i i
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omit fOIttmb..ioll; I I)1-
;13 who lacked! flight instruc at $;;.H } : month was warmti i., Ir i I.
have his irsidpnce MEproJ>{'rty. ::1 I'a-----: larger stamps t'I I t I
MMlecumbc voters who are ticn%. took a B-25 on m un- usual for March in Key W_-vi .,
1304 Clrmnell street changed to .\Volth ....._.._ fi7) thousand Monror County' Ct>iiuiii 't'lIat :
voting machine for autbcrii'-d flight from Wright rrrls: I INlinutlc:'> From > to the
seeking a business "A. Galveston .. 70' itiw I i,cording monthly rrpn't i
their area will not be able to ,get:: Mrs. Emily Goddard. memberof I Jacksonville ._ .. 69 Field at Davton 0_iIIr.-J landed ; ting last night j i I sued by the local wcath I. Ireau. Ii i
one until 1D50. the Monroe County the planning board "It Kansas City _____. hat! safely
Commission informed them would be a shame to 'spot : KEY WEST -i 77,i said he wanted to see a brother .->n nri W A_ I'arrtJi the county hal was: 5.6 degree

last night. zone this area. Mrs.: Mills has Key West Airport __, ._ 77 I Irving at Ow tonna. He was For Parking 'L
, C. Sam B. Curry said the yes recently improved the cornerof Louisville _---..-__...-.- 6x1: I t taken into custody upon land. ub a resolution! for Idler considerI: I, for the month was 83.2 des'I'
Matecumbe had never Questions: of iccording plat; of ation that would have the comapprrrve while the normal fctand ..t 7.degrees '. ',
en at United and Margaret streets Miami .____-_____ 72 I ing.. !t
1 been considered for a voting ma- considerably. It would be a Minneapolis 44 1 OMio Valdez submitted a bid ijMivisioni: anf| thr matter of I mi--n of all plats for : Minimum average w..
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chine. lie Aid he was fearful 'great shame to change the ''1 __ . "iO: of $32'i a year for the lease ol uJKfIislon" 73.3 degree and the normal. f I.0
Memphis paving : roads thr Kris
: Upper
tf that many of them would not zoning." ___. 73 i Bridge( Tolls the parking lot at Mcacham in I The matter was broucht to the 1 I| March is 67.11.Rainfall .
! )'ot,,. because<< the mat hines Bob Spoil.;WIHK|. businessman: Nl'w New Orrean.i ,. -0 Field to the Monroe County Commission -. octupied much of the time of 1 attention of the board by the re-I][ last month totakf. I I t..1 1 1i
I available are several miles aw Commissioner W. A. Parrish and speaking for them I Norfolk ?:r -_ 60Omaha Still Increase Paul Sawyer was directedby Jr, Miami for immediate j| mal for March if 1.38.
looked into the matter Oklahoma City -4---- th.l.K'ilrd to draw up a contract -FOR- l of one plat of Ocean View !'i The highest velocity olj 0,. ,', .
<*id he had want to Ute: my objection to the _. . .:..__ _. 52 I. I
and that he found the l law was : r'Quf'Sto- --:- with Valdez, providing payment subdivision:; on Malecumbe.i j last month blew from the n it
proimscdoninc .6 Over Last Year
such that nothing could be done E. Valdez Emerito Gomez's Pensacola,2:----- of the $325 shall be in advance "My client sold three lots on I|I west at 26 miles an h.)\ir '
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Roanoke I .
- the and then had to refund
until 195(1.Hydraulic. nephew: My uncle has assirranas ._.__ ..__ 61 '1t
from the former city St. Lois roilprti"n of Ml)::: rn the Ov-i the money" he received for them.
San Francisco!: 4J! I seas Highway bridges still continue I I because the county commission 0

Brake Experts manager granted a zoning that he change would in that be San Antonio -..:.. .- -,- 69Scatth to be in excess of receiptsfor : Postpone Spring My VOTE 1 I" never had approved the plat," I j,28thSHEETROCK
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I $5.- i - the comparative month last aid Td>lor
I has
Mr. Gomez spent
area.000 for machinery and $500 for Tallahassee ._ .. 70 year | Term I Federal CtRodney Then rdmc the question of I
Lou Smith Auto Service t plumbing so far. This zoning Tampa 't 63 While the excess for last month i; Goes to I i I County Tax Ases.cnr Claude A. -at-
I Washington 56 : was not as large as for other Oandolfi. who wanted to know I II
Whit at FUming Phone No. 5 request would only be a temporary : I I'i months this still it showed Gwynn. deputy Unite' I bTUUMv UMHhltKII:
year (Continued On Page Eight)
'UF roane Army Barracks' one. The zoning Change a gain: of $1.\46.50. Collections States commissioner here announced FRED 0.EBERHARDT I I ------ --- I'i TELEPHONE IISt
T desired is at the rear of 926 .
United sJr %L In this area is low Weekly Summer Rates |i .i -- -
Federal Court iJ'l'
$$49,437; last month they totaled Term of the
a launderette wholesale grocery Now in effect $50.781Pa Key West that was due to con- Plaslic Nu-Flo
i beauty" parlor and other I Fitie for Navy (.c..tII. !..*l t '.soncrrs I last month t,>talod vene May 3rd. had been pc ;.t. I i I 1 t POOR OLD CRAIGFrancis
Bankers Life & t businesses. He presented a OppBus 53342: March of last vcai. >5.S63. poned until May 27. Because: I live in a County AUTO PAINTRoy's : .t Division
list ef ten neighbors who w re ; I Phon 9134
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HOTEL use 9
CENTRAL Stationww West Auto Parts
(Continued On Page Eights .. _____ __ __ _________. SHERIFF. I have watched Key I,I Exclusive Key West Oi t .-r.>
121 Duval St Phone 442

Casualty Co. I ;....... ................. I Body & Fender Repairs spec him his I work hare as never Vehicle known In ("BAY FISHER"

-FOR SALE- BRADY'Sfor him to be swayed by either fearor t 1 I A CAR-TOP TWELVE-FOOTEnI

t 1SEEDS ONE. MORE MAN I favor. I have never known for Jourcxl: Party !I This Utility Boat u fianw i vi I''
.FOR THIS TERRITORY: I I'47 DeSolo Club Coupe Cogrplete) SHOP and DRYING ROOM him to put a man to the expense lion' (" !i mahogany
i 47 Chevrolet: Fleetmaster,-4-Door >i 'inimei( ': l fastened w ith Lo'>
and of court trial if
i If you can seU HOSPITALIZATION. 46 Hudson. 6-Cyhnder. 4-Door CHOICE POULTRY i NO JOB TOO SMALL or TOO LARGE he could secure: the a observance; of USE OUR CONVENIENT ''featuring a built-in bait .<..
, ACCIDENT PACKAGEDICE planked with marine pt- i
; HEALTH and 47 Dodge. 4-Door :
' and LIFE INSURANCE. We havethe '42 Dodge Club Coupe 1214 White Street (Phone 540' EXPERT WORKMANSHIP\' the law by persuasion.IN with transom of solid m.di1. _,,'
Liberal ...._.__.. ,. . AN EMERGENCY. FRED CUBES Equipment:
/ best to offer the public. 42 Plymouth Club Coupe I' WILL BE ON THE JOB. ''

t commission plus bonus. to 43 Plymouth 4 Door GUARANTEED He does not write the laws; he 15c up PER PKG.'i'IiOMPSON oor board 514800
; and oar lock*.
that qualifies.See 46 Chevrolet. 4Dool'ON
the man
will regard his oath to see that
I I Sir. J. E. Matlna. LOT at EATON ami PALACE THEATER ;I they are respected. That protec- : at which the are included Delivered

i 10 o'CIock Saturday Morning DUVAL STREETS or Wm. Marshall and Adele Mora MONROE MOTORS, Inc. tion. both you and I need. EM! F RPKISFS, Inc. I LOW PRICE flf. in Key West
the La Concha Hotel ICE
s ,! NAVARRO, Inc. i "BLACKMAIL"News 1101 While Street 725 Marathon. Florida. Telephone No. 8 I Champion OUTBOARD MOTCRS
Cross Plan .
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While I .
i OPPOSITE BUS STATION and Shorts Il'ald ? \ .I'-" For Immediate ,,'"" --- --- - - '- : j Delivery

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i VOTE for JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD-For Sheriff-To Be Able To Vote You Must Be Registered Before AprilWh

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.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 7.. mi..
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1 t2 bU' Sfest: .Citizent !! KEEP IN MIND a 0.SISS: -.eaSISSS.SSSSS S e. I I! SPRING FLOODS I' .. . Br COLLIER ;"Rar" Is "Er" I r that's how he to I described---ia an

I --.. .. "nbtUh d"Dllr Except stfndiy. by Radio J Programs I I I subsequent tututoa. Oabe
-- L r\ ARTMA, Ow *r toss p.MUk_ Senator Walter Rose of Orlando, ,whois 1 other hand! rotmfruttefti sum
!:!IaN 11AY O..ARTMAV. $aafaln MMacerFrfcat 1
-,_a .!. ." Corner Green Tli* Citizen and Ana Building Streets not seeking re-election, has anounced ;.I'. ,, For Maryland4BALTIMOHE. \ ; statutes voters eeB the a regwtrari"I effuse.wile. egis4ers -.

I' . Only patty MMrt>*''er lu Kay west and that he will tour the state to make speech- ti 1Daytlms i : CAP !| .
I :': Monroe County Summary ; ) One!I can only NY thai. it b.U always

I at Key Wnt.' Florid. a. second class matter ese against any additional taxes in Florida. << I.U ... precram M, t....., .*.... who registers things 'is a fegjs-i|: : been thai way.' k>cttfctl
I ,j'alered rue areMesJt at isa. sane tfau .... trar. A register is "a written rec-i br.> Horace Fbck.' t+"Aid of M4nr
-_ -. VRMDF.R: OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS He asserted, when he made his announcement .iT Urescti' "" "t. Time. ......Me" ord containing regular entriesor land'5 department!' of lf>)viat.r* .
ol lst.4 Frees> I. .xel iTely entitled to ttsatart Yet eeatral .*..*.rt its.
.- .... ore The fnr t Aa.ftw 4..tlo ot all news dispatches credited that there is no need or justi- :'tr..t-M '..t\) f.*. MtaaUhi. ....-. details." So cays Webster! I-reference and editor of :u code"

lo It or not, otherwise credited. In this paper. and 'era, .;tit. Man.APRIL5. .. dictionary. We'reirtdVMiul:ta, that's !alL'
:- also be meal new published here. fication to burden the people of Florida r' - .1 7 That should bs'! good enoughfor I t r ri ii-Ii ...-.'.

.; On. Year _ _.t.5CftlrnO_: _ :_ _ _RATES_ _ _ _ IUO with further taxation. '' THROUGH",APRIL' 9 < differ.all hands In,the but Free Maryland State,begsto die STRONG ARM BRAND CPTFrZTR1UMMI '
i=11 UonlhiV The sale in Marnlnr j
in tax, proposed some partsof
official who registerwills fcn'ta !
'TbrH Monthst ,.. f*00-Honeymoon, to N. T. .
-nw.# ,, S
: 'ne Month. _. S 100.U the state, will be the -chief target at : ,BreakOst clubebey; registrar. lie isn't even a .-..ds- COFFEE>

T \ eekly which he wil direcet his fire. He declares '":*' -OkUhomn: itnun. -rt \i' : trar or registrsur, which Webster's ,. MILLat .
: dark iVanc tI
I rr ADVERTISING:! RATES rllxa-ribs gives as old forms. I

\ ..., .. Mad.'Known on'Application that, when one speaks of a sales tax, he is ., t-60. =frref'TMrtoj1. :'ShowtbaMusle . . He is the Register of Wills I
. For Vot bMy .
t I b 1PECIAI. SOTICB merely speaking about an additional con '.Story Dy*nv>f.-eba. (cap: R. SY.p.) That's what* 'the J All Grocers'
Ail raafitn'notice' .. nLI'd''of thafctca; resolution I
*. .. .t':30-JI'*'of.&} 1i-tro".. state constitution calls him. and r rrr tia
t l of r-p et. oUltaary notice poems etcwill, be. Burner tax because the burden of payingit ".H lf tElOAYFR --0- _
e.A rbarctl for af the rat of' a line.f n" et.priiUcbss.y ;; : I - .
Notices for entertainment by churches from which will fall on the consumer. With f -
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:= "i'T
r, a revenue I In tO"M derived .n & cents a line. 11-00 AHhor Corm a, Show-**! :: :
a The ClUsen la an open forum and invites dls- The Citizen applauds Senator Rose. Breakfast-In HoJro be
*- cnMlra of public Issues and subjects of local or 11: 0-Ben'Alexander S6.w'-p&* i
'J4 S Keneral rommunlratloaa.1..1'.... bat It ,Will not publish anonymous Florida, up to 25 years ago, was among .M-45-Serfctt S&. hrs,-.cbAfternoon s p .. Overseas Transportation.

r4 fill the few remaining states where the taxation #,.-

s: was low compared to other S ri-oa-Welcome Traveler afca,',
i : I It. many Kate .SJDitb..S"aka-mbsT Inc.
": : IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST states but since that time the M- Company
trend of U:9& Word and Music=T>
: Dally Band Concerts--:mb
increase taxes has continued to be and
up 1 00 Music Half flour-nbe.-:
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I trs: up, so that today the tax burden in Floridais IIS-me Happy Can*-tub* i Fast< Df>peiidal; >le Freight anti Express Scrrrce

I -. 1. More Hotels and Apartments. 1-0*-Toot flours of Serials+nile> -' between-
among the highest in the United States. '
Queen lor'a Day-mba I
: 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. '
a'. Up Tallahassee for than f.3o BrfcJe and Groom- M MIAMI and KEY WEST
way more
3. Airports-LAnd and Sea. :Martin Block: : Record*.rob*
I : : 4. Consolidation of County and two decades the officials have seemed:: to 3; fr-XXmU l. or Mothlntf" -eta II
I Serving
; ... : :Laejes be Seated-abe' jr.
I City Governments. be concerned only in telling the public the I. -Tb* House'PartytWPaul Between Miami and Key West
: Community Auditorium.I < WhitemanRecorda
.. 5. vast amount of taxes that have been col .
," 4:00 Hint Hunt Quiz-ct*_ 1
..-. lected.: They apparently have not been I"4; -Winner' Take AcW b Schedule 4
Express :
I : Treasury Band Stand-abe! I
.S concerned in pointing I. . Q I 1
out that the
I vast CD- School of"M AIr-cbs (No Stops En Rout.) I

I sums were taken out of the of I., Kiddies. .. _Hoar (wet repeat I br. . ,.Il tTrll! TTrv CT n..n.v try_
pocket. ,
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I 8::43-Lum and 'A eJ'cNETWORK : CEPT SUNDAYS) al i !JUp".M.'A;.
the .
:-: pf state. TODAY IN HISTORY secretly merges into the Worker's I Mid-
Andrei.Grnmyko, . rive at Miami at 12:00 o'clock
:- T.T.' York 4 As The Citizen has remarked, time (Know America) Party night.
; .'. U. f tfew. '' : "'1. i iDearAnarel .. ...,. and again, the time has come when a stop PROGRAMS 1'l88-G n. Rufus Putnam and 1937 At Hersey Pa., neighboring LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
:J : :. Tlaie is Mwtcni tlaadard. farmers
Tpr m* and workers attack SUNDAYS 12:00 o'clock Midnight
) at -
must be made to the ever-climbing taxation tral ; : ) :47 <
'UBiarCl'abtrait'tftetsatfr. i.rl of. the New
.= r Like the. Greeks you fnay, have a .....tal..* ttaaiar* .."'H' twekasra. Englard Ohio and rout chocolate workers and arrives ml Key West at ,
in Florida, else the state will be ' Url nUtUm Company pibhcers make the first on sildown strike. i j 6:00o'dock A.M
:: : :. word for it, but at all international, conferences shunned by tourists who already ..KMt"rsrcUrtU BijWM.4eH il.lraiL.4' Settlement in Ohio at Marietta. 1943 Forces t Patf f
are stung 'no one ever heard you say any -' ; * i 1798--((150 ) The :
when they come to the state. ke Imtltttt. \ years ago ton join the British in Tunisia. ;<
; (Slops At All Intermediate Points)
I the' Russian negative Mississippi Territory created by. 1945 East China '
other word hut -- Sea light-
"Niet." points out that four of the candidates WEDNESDAY. APRil 7 Act of Congress. the U. S,,'Fifth fleet rinks 0 Jap SUNDAYS) at 8.00 o'clockA.

,J ;: for governor, Colin English, Fuller EveningS 1851-First election in t\>rt- warships including ere of 45 (0JO M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00

r3 THE ,ORACLE. Warren, J. Tom Watson and Dan McCarty, :.. Jf'". 1'I..wt.' ** Mtp.-nbeeewcad land, Oregon>>pufalion some I tons. : S clock P. M.
tverv Dar-cb* 140. I94d-Russia files demand that :
are against the sales )LEAVES: MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
proposed tax.
r. It I JIIhorortr !Silent RouT..ahcSiwkidie. 1813 The the U. N.
e Colorado legislature tliop the Ir-n
? - parr: fr+o''>tV-abe-west SUNDAYS) at 3-CO o'clock A. M. and
I BILLIONS FOR "HOLLOW SHELLI I wbuld be wise for voters to keep that fact Vefwork Client It hr'.>-mbs-ea't votes to submit woman suffrage 1947-Some 200,000 telephone arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
I "= 10 A in mind when they go to the 1 polls on .5 SKldiles.floe... I repeat!- nlwwestSnor to Ihs..p1-wins.<< and I workers out in natn.n-w.iilo i l P. M.
I 1 :
l M" e Tlw*-nbe Colorado
the first strike.
.. to grant woman -
primary day. Guest Talks Time- b 11
I At a time when the international situation 6 I'3-'I-ct>ka,.. orchestra--lbl-ea! I Lum.and Abner repeat-rba-west 1906-The U. S. Army adopts John FREE PICKUIan.1 IIELIVERY SERVICE
I. Thomas Bishop of Lincoln
:: I Is apparantly growing tighter, there The Citizen has always urged its readers I:45'k: Lowell' "J1\m-nbe rt the fingerprint system. 'I I married four times by 175.1.i -. FULL CALICO: I INSURANCE S
Thomasrepeat 11)- *
'i is some danger that 'our military leaders to join and support the church of their T:Ol Jut'ner Cln"-nb.--bad 1919-Britain disperses, her ;j had engraved on an engagement: MAIN OFTlCi: and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton ft Frauds Bta.
The Be,,"h !Show -bKrws wartime Grand Fleet. intended for another fiancee I
:.: : I -< ring I PHONES: 52 AND 93
: may create the wrong impression in foreign choice. Today this advice Ls as vital as 5nd <"*.4rmentnr-abe I 1920-The Communist Party I I : "If I survive I"ll male It
Lewis. Jrmb
fulton !
:; countries by repeatedly stressing the"weakness"1' ever. 1:15-News: !' id rvwmnent-"be of American votes to dissolve- the .kve" -:' :. '- : ..... o :h':. _' e_ _:: 'f -., "
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WHAT HAVE WE BEEN DOING? New' Dbmer, Date mb*
I := Obviously! the officials are -ttempt- '::31'-' Pori" "lI-IIbr
: Rob C' bVs! nub-cb.
:.: : Jug to awakett Congress and the American Tone, Pvicer T>ran>a-abe
I Mrs.\ Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of the Kew* Comment=mbs
:.: people to the necessity of the situation. 7 !' ,6
late President, who formerly :4'-ifenborp Cotnirerit-nbe *
opposed Fd ,Murmw News *-b $
: know. that the '' ,
They : people of a Democracy Universal Military Training changed Sports Comment-nb ,
8:00-tV-nte TV.;* roManor -4 sa ti! 1 .f II"onerfe..t
for the
require i
: reasons approval of
a her mind and now supports the proposal.Mrs. ''M'e' ty 7'1 mlid 1

t ., program of military .expansion.; Consequently Roosevelt expresses the hope that Special! of
M they talk for home; consumption when the United ssnscwt: .. rud.e'lreverteT'r
Nations ,
force . ..
comes into .rlsI'...Dramf-cb*., -
i :. and: at times, arouse the suspicion that Vex Pon J..ten-w--abc-. '
and ready for use, we will Inch. Adv. mht -S NEW 1948 SUPER
I 7:. they overdoingthe"job." ;ntyre. Drama < . -.- .- SUDS .
"change our Universal Military Training touniversal '' :5T" vr' Mlhirtes ..Newstbi)3i11..ROSR :. .
:: Hanson \V. Baldwin, military writer : ; 'Comftjeut-fpbs! , ; tt -N
training for citizenship. ':iIPnnu"r1'enrn=II"". "". tt t
:- for The New York Times, calls attention po Jof-c'! WV"ftW btpafr'-tb;< u f -
This is ,
\ a pretty phrase but what.does: a WoAtt "+.CoIIfe1J" S.
; to the statement of, Gabriel Heatter Comment mba v JESS*
Secretary of State the -
lady think the people of the United AlS-New. .
,;: George C. Marshall, who described the States have been 's 30-DLstrlrt uradnr-mba!! k =. 1 !
doing for decades. If this : Attorney leant trot i PROVp
I Jame Mellon Concert bsOroucho
United States Army "a hollow I
as shell. nation is not now engaged in the universal .. Mane Quiz-abe

:: Obviously, he says, the. citizens of this training of its population for ( Racket SmashermM'IOOM171K 0 -vim :.a JUST PACKAGE OF NEW tt ;
1 t citizenship, : Bur Story Orams-nbe I .
country will find it hard to understand The Whistler Drama-cbs s
there is no such process going on in the.. Bine Crosby Variety-abc I .1948 SUPER SUDS can make 'fJ
: why the expenditure of more than ten bile world. Ooinionaire Forum-mbs r 55 ,
: #
10:30-JlmmT Durante Show -fibo enough suds to fill a 15-ton trailer!!
= lion dollars & year .can get us only a "hol- Open Hearinr-cbs. -. '%. a _
low shell. Alan Young Show-abe. i". ; L"K.. :; 7 truck to overflowing with suds!
:-: The U. S. Government, one has to ad-', California Melodies-mbj r KJ'I'

This seems to' be a fair question and mit, did some fancy stepping on the issue "1H)0. ) News-Newt.. &Variety Verier 2 hrs.-dJs S hrs*. ltb ' ." ..J .

: the answer must lie in the fact that News Dancing" < Hour- abe F/ .... '
our Palestine. It might be called side-step: News Dance: 2 hrs.-mbs 'I' f
leaders compare our strength with the potential ping. 12:00-Dancinc Continued-abc-west! ;; t\,
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strength of possible enemies. C <" ,
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: WHAT OF'THE COMIC BOOKS .. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1948 .>"> : : : ;r:/ ; ,

-This day brings a speculative .
Corporate business is its
using profitsto
(nature, with a somewhat selfish
a'' Every once in a while we run across the pay for the most tremendous business tendency. Under certain as-

fact that parent-teacher groups and others expansion in the history of the world. i upsets it produces very successful

rinterested in the, welfare of children, ex- This financiers most of whom are
means more and bet-
= ;press belief that fewer "blood and thunder ter jobs. lavish.spenders.Luxuritws.tastesare
indicated and certain lack of
comic books Would aid in combatting Business doesn't need to apologie for ;judgement in making of .

'a: juvenile.. The delinquency possibility exists that these indi-* a can's profits.tower Our of free stength.economy is' every Ameri ,the resources. NO OTHER SOAP IN THE ''VORID d, ;

.: .viduals are correct but, in their criticism Its productive power can be weakened 'Your Grocer SELLS That Good 1

f0 of the literature youth, they are following by renewal
of controls.
It be *
aS can undermined ,STAR BRAND r
the f ff
example of earlier

-_ There has hardly been a time in generations.the history will by be confiscatory on the,down-road taxes. that Then England America and AMERICAN CUBAN COFFEE CAN WASH ClOTHES WHITER f!

No of the.couniry !
-:: did not criticize, and the condemn adults of the the literature nation - has traveled.It is worth. .,-Try A Pound Today-

supreme effort to make
.: of the young people of their day. .. ('
sure the American
people never start a' \.i, )
The modern comic book, and its county grim retreat from the greatness YOU NEED NO BLEACH! The "extra suds" wash clothes CI _

lerpart, the radio serial* probably provide I achieved. they have Let Us Help You i cleaner, whiter! And the washable colors stay bright!
::. modern youth with the same thrill that "

:-: their elders got out of the "dime novel". The human race has endured so many r Plan Your Floors I II SO much excitement over extra I
It might i WHY
be better
: of if
= course youth crises that we are inclined to wager that ? Just ask any woman who does a -
would take to the reading of the classics it will)) Free Estimates Given
survive the next war, including the, once-a-week wash! The suds do the work of .
:. ; Asphalt Tile ...._ ,
or some; useful
and informative tomes
on atomic bomb. washing!Just because of those extra suds that -
Rubber !
practical subjects, but the way to persuade i a Cork Tile Tile Colgate-Palmolive-Peet puts into the new t.1948 :'......, .,

: them to.>> make the change is hot apparent "GUN FIGHT" NEWS l a Piastre Floor Tile I Super Suds, no other soap in the whole S "ita

...: With many of them! it is a, case of reading .'' Plastic. Wall Tile world can remove more dirt...wash clothes i S
:..:. the "comic books or reading nothing. From Boston comes the news, via the ; / .Capello Wool Rugs whiter.get clothes cleaner. And you need.

J Associated Press .._ -Aco tic Ceilings! I no bleach! ,
that a crazed World 'Vnr'II
;; Hardwood
Inefficiency la often the price that veteran "held Flooring' I Extra sudsy Super Suds washes clothes oo
off fifty armed policemen = Formisa for. Sinks: 0
-. people pay for the luxury of. democracy for an hour in a gun fight." Counters. Tables I whiter because it gets clothes cleaner Sweeter- 0 0 !

.Floor Sanding and smelling too! And the o
same ingredients that
.1A 4 little later, in the same article, it is : RefinishiAgft I
The merchant. who is not interested recorded that when wash white clothes whiter wash colors color- 0

-- .in the growth of his business should police surrounded the bright! Gentle on hands, too!
not }hotel in whchi the man was located "he Modem Floors & TileJ.
advertise' 'In The, Citizen. fired So...for the whitest, cleanest Super Suds i f QV
one Just before being seized ,, f 9
. 1 L. GATES wash you've ever had, get new extra-suds i r
by the police the shot i -
man himself in :
d This is the time of the year to plant head-"the second and last shot he fired the". flooring Contractor 1948 Super 1 Suds. Buy a box at your'!dealerf>':1 jl #'p fl/I 0

that Spring 1434 today-and carry home a tru:kloa4.- .1
*: garden and this year, as usual, This is quite an illustration VIRGINIA STREET O
of the
the PHONE 1599ar
..: emphasis should be on food. of t
power "one
I shot. ; Remember: You need no bleach
o 0 0 9 .3

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.. ;;: WEDNESDAY__ _. ... APRIL A. ?, 1948 THE ,KEY WEST .CITIZEN - ;-; ;: .::-PAG&. . THREE.

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- y Roast Wieners '--I WATER, SKI: qHAMr; DEFEND. WILES:
F : ; High School Baseball :? '.. : ' .

At Pine Beach '
: ,
Games With West Palm J ". .. -S,
. The. Pines Beach"on the south
.I t| shore of.Keje_W Bi; nea*- the airport
was the ite ,of a winner
Beach Friday Saturday roast last night for jiCCS Junior

. I II !I,I Hostesses and Servicemen from'
;SOl the USS Noa.
I tflCAL TEAM HAS FIVE;& A roaring driftwood fire lit up

the moonless night and myriad
TWO H1CK.i .f.I .I.'Carbollell '
PjTCIIFJtS siars_ twinkled overhead its; the
r.t group danced on the pavementand
1t;."I'UI'sf MANY OTHER''[ To Be played games
t I' Music was provided by the radio -
PLAYERS; 1 Official Guest in Roger Laberge's. .(BM?)
I'car, with which he assisted in
,I "Ttie Irteh School i'billl At Baseball GmncCUy transporting the beachcombe.

! ...Teo irw: U' play ,Us .fi rt out of from the NCCS clyb.
town I**ball game flfi'is coming I' City Commissione* Lc\jit I, Wieners'were roasted and coffee -
Friday and I'' brewed over' a charcoal gnlL
Saturday at the Miuv'noipal : Carboaell has accepted MimI
l Tourisl :Reluctant to 'bring the delightful -
Stadium Their opponents, president T will_ be the strong West Palm I I._ Parker's' inyilatica.his to. bepresent planned evening. to to hold a close another the beach group
as guest at tie
Beach Junior College nine home inaugural party at Rest Beach on Sunday;
game of th*
I Friday's game will start eitherat 'MiamI baseball club in. the atternoon.
2:30 p.m.or 3 p. m. Saturday's Florida international League The beach party included:
I will next Thursday. I I|i Anthony Vellucci, MM2; Hu-
game start at 2 p. m. The
bert Hendley, S2Harold Hall.
baseball players are selling tickets "Tiny"wired Parker cVo president 1 FN; Thomas Lsffio. 52; James Y
'I in advance. A sea ()Q'1 -*e.e.i-the.Ciry-cf-Key Westat rcp Webb. 52; Joe Kaufman ME2;
ticket is good for the Key Wm.;thigh the,opeaing game on .(1.I. Ida Soriano. Edith Knuck Betty
ami-fieW.. Johnson. Elmer Hamley MM2;
School nine I
games. j I. Netta Valdez; Kenneth Persin-
Key West High players: -J. -1"-4 ger, FA; Roger Laberge; BXI3;
Pitchers: Paul Higgmbotham.. Claudma LaFe Job Papilla, F2:
Jim Fftulsoner. Oliver Patrick, Hilda Castillo 'birdie Lou Lowe; i,n .&vNAfcCE
Charles Ogden. Grace Naser Marcel Lamoreux, ,Betty Arrnsyor. S
Catchers Ralph Henriquez, i' ; Viima' LaFe, Susie Detneritt STILLEY AND ROBERT HARMOM practice lot c.,-_
Joe Fleitas. .' Andre .Bourgeois. FNJ: Ernie : fence cf their Double Trick Riding championship, in She Dpci$'
1st. Base: Frank Csutiilo Bob-J!j Wins Bowling :Tietz, SN; Henry Dunne. ENI; Water Ski Tournament in Cyprsss hardens at WinUr Haven.
by Brown or Louis Pineda. j Alice Barcelo William Borello, ; Florida. ,' - -
2nd Base: Obbie Ingraham,: Tournament 82; Rodney Hodges. MM3; Leroy i __ ""1. .
Louis Angueria. oj r L Plant?. EM2; Robert Ander-j
S. S.: Donald Beaver, ,Mario son, :MM1; and Mrs. Eileen S. Enjoy a Thrilling "Trip Abrottd=to ,
Rodrlq uez. 1 Grace Nasr scored a high of Coughlin. !
3rd Base: John Solomon. J 144 at the Navy Wives bowling I I : -ikiv na
session at the U.S. -uibbase alleys
Outfielders: Joe Louis. Bert WILL YOU SMILE? ;
Tuesday mornil The run-
Thompson. Al Gohrin:. 1enneth'glbury.
Charles Perez. .Erasto ners up were Jean Davis. 138. and
Perez. Flo. Faulconcr. 137. Almost' Forgotten
Come out and cheer the boyson Other bowlers were the MrJ- :

to victory, the coach say*. We dames Lucille' YarbrojJtlu Lillian'1.f Julius Roar is sorry because he
will live )oj the starting line-" ek. Edna Breeding, Lucille has not made the Who's Who
up later. Browning Susan Olson. Marian book of notable people. <
The West Palm Beach Junior,Wickham.Louise Helen Voe tl1n. Mary : lye been busy all *qf my life' : ::ti'e: S. S. FLORIDA
College team hasn't lost any Gardner Vivian Rnver frying to keep my name in, the : Palatial
this ._.* Corky Herron. Betty Reineke, said
games year. They arc telephone directory, he t
from MIAMI 6 PJVf.
Virginia Tedesco Dorothy Gra- Overnight leaving Every

Softball Games vat Hingson.Alice Behl and Jo Ellen Blood pressure shifts. up ,and i I MONDAY AND FRIDAY
1 down from hour to hour ',with t
';Navv wives who desire to en-
a<<:activities work, recreation, emotion : RETURN SAILINGS FROM HAVANA THURSDAY SUNDAY 6 P.M.
ter the
i Last tournament for which and any kind of stress.RELIEF '
Played Night it-ham will be awarded as prizeon The "FLORIDA-Way" is the low-cat-way to romantic
May 4 must begin bowling
At ', next Tuesday i-i later entrants ". Havana because hotel expenses are eliminated for two S
Bayview lark will not be eligible. GET TXF days In both directions you enjoy.a delicious dinner
J f sfEEDY SuRi breakfast and comfortable berth . plus the pleasuresof '. .
tine two exhibition games play.
frd. lat night in Bayview Park YOU SMILE? FOR.ACIPWGESTJON the ship's ballroom cocktail lounge: orchestra and

drew:a large crowd. The Difference? other entertainment!, Miami clearance now expedited by
In the opening game the Vets'J immigration inspection enroute. #
otljToreign Wars won over the
(Gffmor ,by 11 to*5 ,"ore. Snee Mother-Shame &n you Doris ROUND"TRIP FARE *46
for ,,
VjUareal each hit safely fort panking your little.kitten. ? .1
< 3rinn fi|.and VlI.J,. aJ..s"UoP XDoris Well}mama. ou'l"e,not See your Trar l Aq.nt fer r .*rrotion or be P 4 O s
fcntl Snce each hit. homers. Jfi hafned 'of yourselfJien y,'a OffICe in Miami. Municipal Pier No.2. Telephone 9-7601.

s.-o...; spank*. me. UVMTCAR60 SOUeiTCD "nchr express service at wg fit!
V, F. W: 11 runs C hits and l I BV l P V i -
no errors.Gilmore. \Tiny Fair Me north of Scotland GARDNER'S PHARMACY
: S runs. 5 hits and 2 is famed for iti sweater 1114 Divuion St.. at VareU _m U"la'111i10' t OCCIDENTALCOMPANY
errors. patterns and as a stop-off for migratory !hone 177 Fret
Delivery ..''' '1CII'JIIa
F. Tynes. Valdez and Gallon birds. I ) _ _ _ _
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Dairy.School In the boys.jecond lost game to the the Adams High ,..... .............!......................:

First they gave the Milkmena .
scare. In the last frame with .
the score 10 to 2 the school boys
came through with seven runs
said with two outs and the tieingrun TENg od I

single on second and J.M.Solomon Rodriguez raced hita I reasonsWhy

for home but was thrown ont at
the plate in a close play to end

the Cooper and Sands : will with s
you enjoy cooking--- -
each hit two safely for winners :
and Rodriguez E. Perez each hit . .

two lo eN. A Modern Electric
Perez bit a homer and Henri- I Range :
quez double for losers and some I:
good plays were made. .
Secret .
R H E .
H. H. :000200-7 932 1.-ITS AUTOMATIC! :

Dairy ,w-4,0 3 2 1 0-x 10 9 3 I. You set the controls. put in the food. and go on Women who have used a modern Electric Range
I. bout your business Hours later. you return tp .' say they would no more think of being without
find the whole meal cooked- xctlr pn time"ex one than being without electric lights or electric 5
Softball .
LeagueTo achy as yop,wished it! Almost like having a servant > .' refrigeration! Electricity is the clean. efficient .

Meet April 12 :S. (but'MUCH more reliable low.cost fuel of today . and...... tomorrow. .

'" 2-ITS FAST! !
In City Hall At 8 :S The MODERN Electric Range Is fast .5 heat iUelf Most cf the time you cook on low" heal when .
-but without flame Surface units glow almost in-
modern Electric Range. That
: you uses means. I
A meeting of the managers of- stently with accurately controlled heat: ovens money saved.
the soft ball teams that are* to (. broilers and deep well cookers climb to desired .

participate in the City Softball temperatures virtually at turn of a handy switch .
League, has been called for April H-ITS CONVENIENT!

12 f8 o'clock in City Hall byPant 3- "ITS CLEAN! Think of cooking by just main a switch It's .
G, Albary City Recreation that convenient ith.a Electric Range. .
Since there's NO FLAME the modern Electric
director. t Designed for today kitchens everything's
At* 4. Range produces no soot. Kitchen walls and ceilings .WlthlD .
this time all arrangements easy reach. and the various cooking speeds mean
wQT"b stay fresh and clean much longer the bottoms .
?:completed for the opening extra convenience
:games on Monday, April 12. S of cooking utensils unsoiled by flame. require no .
Pwticf!'games have been played scouring. No dangerous fumes. either
fob Jhe'last two weeks and from 9-ITS EASY TO LEARN: .

*hoings made by the teams the ikogue' I. 4-ITS COOL! You don't have to learn to "cook all over again" .

t looks. to be well balanced.I'I S All of the heat from the surface units of the mod when you get a modern Electric Range All yourfavorite .
recipes are just the same-and controlled
into the utensilsnone
ern Electric Range goes directly -
'Ij heat makes the results much more satisfying to .
and into the kitchen.
of it escapes up the sides
;r! SOFTBALL Ovens are insulated on all 6 sides- o kitchens stay the whole family! .

degrees cooler. .


PARK 5-IT'S FOOLPROOF! It's an acknowledged fact-foods DO taste better .
There's very little to get out of order on a modern when they're cooked on a modern Electric Range
PLAY) Electric Range. It's efficient too . economical You use virtually no water for vegetables: meats .

THURSDAY to operate . safe as an electric light. And even cook in their own delicious juices: pies cakes. .

'FIRST CAME-Kantor's Mens a child can learn to use it! broad benefit from CONTROLLED basil .

.Shop va;. USS. Gilmore. .


GAME-VTW vs. Bob's '
SRPrt Shop. .

SEcpfn CAME Key West ., .

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TV' HANDLES ::NmmER Two Navy.PC's: : .''.: ':t : :

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'tr the
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*W111 Purchase $4,000 pi* -: ,.U I about 100 men and 14 Naval re- ,
to. : .
: from New Orleans '
:tit; Bomla For . 'I serve officers , T1'PS Payment tor $3,600 meat la invariably ijt arervlar
and Pensacola arrived today at
1 ,
head .
.* AdTcrtUement wader this adverttoera Mncoonta 1M
', . !' Waifs and Scales the Key West Submarine Base. : will be inserted In The Citizen at may aae4 gets alto .
.Pin* tlnteresi. . ; 'A'ak 'For -et J Jr the rate of Se a word for each I meats eharced_ ,
,; v ., .( -They .WIerfth PC-586 from t s Ttien.:but tile minimum charge fen rCBLICATIO c MiADlt' . '
New* Orleans and the PC.llr..s' the first I* word or lees Is' S9c. To 1'IIl\IIte pnblatWm
, f. Bids_ .| New MotorcyclejCity i ;, Cf, from Pensacola. Tomorrow morn The rate for fclaeafar try*,lse. be in 'Tie. Ctttsen. o/Bc w., -
I word; and the minimum charge for o'clock tin, th* mars of .
Commissionsf at. their : }" ', -1.,' II'II'W ,ing the ?C's will leave for Mi- the first Ii words Is 4$c. of publication. -
: 6 1 regular meeting last night:handled LS: ami in continuation of their P.
: ,tli; last.iew; training cruise.Western.
:*'fuHnber':of test>> business 'nights have been .
All advertising is accepted wader the fv Io.I.C (' a a.:
c "matters *that 'harl accumulated, devoled jto work'on the [island e..nt'of error In advertising tranideat or *.o.trmct. The Uf{*.* '
since'the previous .meeting ariddUpepled Filing' I responsible only for the"first Insertion la <<..*..... *.>* ** f '
CUjr:' Tournament Folderto Union Utfflmr,ldveriI.i.a for only the actual amount of .pa vavp/eel
. ,, titti, them' 4 with: ,nofissenting of be.taken,to the:State Convention1 part of. toe sdertiaement where the erroc trfcmn. :

of.last'night's votes business.bebg-;cast in' all.' of 'the* Jeycees I't. MiamiBeach I Sails For MiamiThe .'a I. .. . . .. . . . .: 'I. .7ft .. .t 1
on April 30th. May 1st andZadito
Attorney >Ophelia Lester, represented : HELP WANTED FEMALEWaitresses FOR REA't'
her brother City Attorney show the Jaycees up there ,

Ignatius Lester theJatterV ab=: just",what'we" have. done. here in Western Union a two- wanted. Phone 9292.apr53tx. Will share my home with
settee Key ,West.r 'i, 'i masted cable ship owned by the
from the city, at the commission able couple or 2 tend
We 'mUst. remember
though, Western Union Company
Telegraph -
meeting. It was the
second -
1 from now until June
tha.t'the .entire tournament was left at 8 today for
time she had a. m.
so appeared. wanted. Call in person. longer if desired, at
made possible through the cOmb
Miami. there she will
The commissioners go '
approved Evans Camera Store, 509 South- rate. Phone 1061-R.
t the folio wing: i ed efforts, and cash of theCharter to Nassau where she is sched- ard.
apr73t.LOST St.
Second' and final'h of'I Boatmen,:.the City and uled to work on cables for the Georgia a

ordinance authorizing Eric G. I County.,,Without. the help of the American Telephone & Tele- <
Curry to make an independent j other three the tournament' graph Company. The ship ex- Two-bedroom house.''
audit of the city-'s books at a fee would not""have:been possible. pects to be away about three new furniture. Modern
of,.$1000. I The tournament'will, run until weeks according to Capt. G. R. LostBrown dog, female medium room 20 x 14. rtci/ all-e

Final reading of! ordinance April .'wLe "the grand prizes Steadman. size. Clipped tail. Resembles kitchen completenew'

making..City Manager .Ralph -D.- will be awarded winners for wirehaired Terrier. room. For couple or witfec i ii

( Spalding Anchorage Master_ pf Ie. entire period. We, have some Reward. W. S. Graham 1219 child. Year around rest.
Is StudiedAs
Garrison i'Bight and :assigning cups;)eft foyer whichbe used Papua Pearl St. apr5-3tx monthly 525 GrianeHpr

duties to him.., The anchorage iri the.,tournament fnext year and ,
master s .allots space in the bight as'a consequencenot so much Food Producer Saturday night on Duval Street "f!

Jor all boats of 14 ft. inlength money. ] wil.l have'-to be spent between Angela and Kress Two-bedroom 'bouse hot

after application and 'payment'of ..Misjudging .th. 'enthusiasm of store baby gold bracelet with Apply 1212 Pearl Street.P)* ...
$1-.fee-Penalty for nODeotnpli'&nee th4flsMrr; in"the, bridge; and CANBERRA Australia.A .:-(AP). chain, ,two white and one blue 223-J. pr'p7
British and Australian .stones. For sentimental reasons .. ;. .
is set at $100"or 50' days 1 sn 4U'b\at:' class\cceunts: for thesurplus ,- joint 6
city jail:'<.t' mission will study Papua 'in New finder please return to 606'Du-.
.. any numbel 1 WANTED HTJIT
,val !:
and a
Street'r 850V
Corrected assessed valuation, *,pf them fish from;the bridges Guinea as a food producing area -

.of. personal: property for.year and. go kou| inV their own .boats '.says External Territories Minis- receive reward apr5-3tx Unfurnished three-bedroom: aed-
19471 Ward. farm -
ter Edward Some
; grocery <-hen interested
veryfew5fp werp ern house by!
stdre from $i. OO': to ,$850. Cur: eripugh to''talie'an active, part: I experts will be transferred from Upper ;denturc. Reward if re- dents. See me pe at the Cull
,. work in Africa. One authbrity -'turned to Mardi Central HoteLapr63tx'
acted -assessed valuation 16t ,
their fisher-
Thf Navy,'-\90. 'with house or Phone 1562-W.'e ..
20.Sq. 5ar. 30 from $850 to $200. I believes ground nuts. cocoanuts '
RJ'I\ have not cpjnf through to must move by May 1st <
; : .
: Allowed transfer "of wholesale and tea can be produced in large I
extent that"most' of Poinciana.
toe. : us ex- Floyd'R. StPiii
: in New Guinea. r
beer and wine license from Standard quantities
petted .jet almost .daily _boats Lost-Rewarq if returned: 1 deputy collector tf rl
Wines .&',Spirits. Inc 800 .
put-out fro'rp the base, carrying lady's: bicycle. Serial No. 73610. mon-wed-fri-toiprjte
Whitehead street, to Mr: U., J. CONFEDERATEDAUGHTERS i
'' fishing partite licence tag No. 2467. And 1 .
Delgado Other Sparky's transfers approvetKwere 902Division ( We, know .the.tournament will TO man's bicycle. Serial No. 4- Wanted To Rent-House or a;j .

street' to Richmond place Rpb- bring molt tourists to Key West. MEET THURSDAY 82897 license tag 840. C. B. ment furnished or unfurn*.'''

since all of those*who caught fish Harvey 518 William SU 831-W. Must have stave,, refrig* '
erts formerly called Dixon's '
Place; Thomas L. Major 1623 within the\ minimum require- Stephen R. Mallory Chapter r,; ,". : apr7-4tx: bath. Minimum 3 r&tox... ,
Confederate of America.
ments.-have received,citations for Daughters -
ply Box 25, Citizen.apr7-
Emma street. 'The Cuban Bar"from
Jesus Disdadier. their efforts, ar(J ;do*.$ think for will hold a meeting tomorrow '.' q FPR SALE .< , .
afternoon beginning at 4:30 --
minute not proud of : '
one they arj
Granted wholesale beer and their catches Letters have been o'clock in the home of Mrs. WANTEDTOBUYWanted ,
wine license to W. F. Russell, > Stephen Douglas 322 Duval Dining room chairs table; stove .
:-.Simonton. for "Keyes. Beverage -- received fromjiHaver" the coun- street fry.a-later; broiler; other kit- Good used towing vat-.'
%. try ,telling bow they show the
reaSonable.Call .
Company. chen items.. Very 'chine. Phone 460-W
Asked for bids for new 1948 citations tp their friends and tell at Ocean View Dining and bttwN
them they catchthe fish in the TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES ,1P.1tL., ap
Indian Chief Model 74 standard room. apr5-6tx 1!
motorcycle for police department.. wafers,around Keys West i

To be turned in ii a used Harle For the..benefit of.any tourists 29* Chris-craft sleeps four very Wanted-Gas gnUfor; e 1

Davldsoh .on tHe new motorcycle who might think there is a long (Know America) >gpod t. condition possibilities''gOqd ]I Postolfict Box 78._ apr74tx

; :The sealed Bids will be opened wartlng..Pel'iodf'b fote- charter 1780-William Ellery Chan- charter boat Phone{ r

at, the April 20th meeting of boatr.can be secured, all you have fling, Boston's famed Unitarian 1366-W. apr3.6tx I I j jWhite I TOR RENT-APARTMEKTSJ'
is' 'the- Charter clergyman of his age born in .
the corms ission.e \ to do go:down
Newport, R, I. Died Oct. 2 1842., i -
1 dock and in most ,
4Aceepte4'Qity Manager a >aldmg's. recommendations ofpurcha there, ale boats available for fish- -Winiam Rufus King $2.75 per'gal. lacquers clear I I and bath. Maid,'aid. .-

f : of $4,000tof outstanding. iogo{ and remember ' .tba Forth ,Carolina congressman and colors. $325; and $4.15 per' service linens acra '

city rWyndA" for $3,600,phfe fnter- fnontn'fchiiit' the* wily"Silver Afabama U. S. senator Vice President gal. Florida tested roof coating, furnished. Surame ateS.
est- and nls recommendation of is'Q:1&\1Qt. test* your sworn into office in Cuba
19Pt, 75c per gal. Doherty & Co. 846 al Hotel Apartment :op !
i". Pt'Vanlandingham; of the,local skil and if.-y.ofc. 'are ,fortunate but not living to enter upon his Olivia cor. Packer. Phone 1597. : Post Office. ap: t
'Lihfeey Lumber- Company for 'enon&hto'';nave some* r duties born in Sampson County mar25tIGray !

membership in examining, com- thing; ,to_ talk ',txxjt the rest of N. C. Died April 18. 1853. Furnished leilt .
apartment on a
mittee for contractors. Former yournatural lives. TRere is nothing I 1807-H e n r y W, Herbert
marine condi
engine basis.
member Bob Dillard had resigned ("Frank Forester"), famed New Inquire Citizen Office:
quite. equal to,Jhq Silver 1 tion. -Priced for quick sale.' ,
when he accepted the' vice ,Kir/g in 'the. f ightrit ."put up tofret'it.elf'frvxn : York writer on sports, born in Phone 817-M.. apr6-3tx .a JJ
presidency of Undslrjr, Lumber tbe hook. England. A suicide. May 17. 1858. : I
corporation with office's rn Mjami. 1855--Nathaniel R. Usher, not' Furnished j

Heard city Manage Spalding SCALESi4CAPTA . I' ed authority on sports his day. 42" ventilating Greene New.apr6-2tx$125.00.16SS private and strictly modergrone

explain what was being:done' for .JQHN WEST'Sthter'boat'the' promoter of football, born in New I couple. No children.ea-
the fprmer pity v bM iteer, fireman TfaVWest, sub- Britain, Conn. Died March 14: Plumbing sonablc year combinaWt
: i :
supplies complete Four large rooms
.vvtio 'as :ed thewtj for$6pO, f 1925.
iitries to1 the tour-
mrUett fie > slock.
Plastic :
tile paints and shower and tub alt Hee-
to. undergo an eye, ppe'r atiol\,1 rtionent': committee among themtbeVeaiiSil 1873-John J. Graw, famed bath
Spaldihg's* report was.not, final ''cobtir to'he caught New York Giants' baseball mana- tjrushes. Murray's Plumbing: tric kitchen cool porch overlooking
1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami.
and Commissioner Louis Carbon- i these, this ger, born at Truxton, N. Y. Died i lovely garden. -4JI8
in W fare year.l.isfptlbehiware .
tsr3vso Fla. Phone 7-3421 aprl-tf Caroline St. Phone 192-J.
'ell informed the gathering that. the entries_ from Feb. 25, 1934. i ..\1
'the Lions' Club was taking care apr 3-h -
Captain ESt: , Universal electric ironer,
of the matter. Mayor Adams $65.00'1'
also 'Stated that $300 .had been 'Cobia'CauttKf :by C._ De Hauke. TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS Apex washing machine. . FOR REHT-R OMS e:

raicCby $25 gifts 'from' individuals of J4 "Rue Cliercne' Midi. Paris. (Know America) 2313 Patterson. apr5-tf I II f'

who had contributed to the France., weighing. 3S pounds Dr. Martha M. Eliot associate I Light housekeeping rooms $10 to

fund': to help the former volun length 48 inches, girth.20 inches. chief of the U. S. Children's Bureau 1941 Master De Luxe Chevrolet. :. $15 per week. 411 William SL
teer'fireman..' f Grouper.Caught by Phone 395-M. apr5-6tx marl -W
Washington born Bos-
in .
of 129 Avenue de Wagrara Paris < :>:>

France, weighing 35 pounds 38" ton. 57 years ago. Royal Endficlds motorcycle, run
Oversea Hotel 917 Flerateg'
Classes In' =3first long with a girth of 26 inches. columnist-broadcaster Walter Winchell of New born York less than 100 miles. Apply Street Weekly rate, $a feglc .

; field Aroberjackr Home Schemblum New York. 51 in Haskins Machine Shop. $12 double. apf&-9t'
Aid of New York City, a guest of the years ago. apr6-3tx
Rear Admiral Lewis B. Combsof .
Motel entered this one '
*. :.for NI Vy'JT'i k
H. Scheinblum also of retired born in Manchester. Vt., 41.4 92.6. 1300 Von '
\ Furnished cottage, couple! oaf<
American Red Cross executive New York and a guest of the 53 years ago. ter Street. Call at 1118 Phis-I' No pets. Apply -1128 Margaret'
secretary Helen ,
or Phone ..i
the first of a series of eight field 37, ponuds, while Sam Lang of commanding in Alaska, born 8464.apr6.
aid classes for Navy. Wives at New York City and a guest of New Albany Ind. 55 years ago. Motorola auto radios to fit all cars I !'

NCCS 1021 Duval street Tuesday the same hotel in Key West enterer Hamilton Fish Armstrong, cdti- frQm $42.50 up. Completely in- MISCELLANEOUS

from 2 to 4 p. m. Mrs. Mc- one for the same weight. tor of Foreign Affairs, New York stalled. Bridge Radio 650 NW
Neil discussed common accidents Captain Reggie- Trevor's Charter author born in New York, 55 I
5th St., Miami. mar24-lmo Washers irons, tad
and injuries and the1,class members boat the Osprey 11 is responsible years ago.Sherman. i fans vacuums

demonstrated tying bandages for the next two entries. M. Fairchild. board Electric stove, apt. size. $65. First- 1164-M.repaired. O'Briant Phon '

on' one another under her. Wihoo: One of the few caught chairman of Fairchild Engine a: class condition. 715 South St. aprJ-

direction. this j ear, waS caught by Morgan Airplane, born at Onconta, N. Y., Apt. 2. apr6-3tx : For guaranteed plumbing and re-'
Navy wives who would like 52
to Palmer of Welle by, Mass. It years ago.
receive the A.R.C. certificate in weighed 34 i-2 pounds, was 54 1-2 Dr. Catherin MacFarlane of pairs. Free estimate. Call'John
Small white enameled ice box 512
Curry Margaret St.
first aid may begin the course inches long, with a girth of 20 1-2 Philadelphia noted gynecologistand
suitable for
Phone 781.
next Tuesday and enter the second inches. medical scientist, born in efficiency apartment i aprl-tf

class of the Cession. Dolphin: Also entered by Morgan Philadelphia 71 years ago. 1101 Flagler Avc. I
Those present yesterday in- Palmer, weighing 18 pounds 44 Frank Bane director of the apr6-2tx Specialists in washing machine
cluded the Mesdames Jeanne inches long with a girth of 21 1-2 State Governments Council Chi. repairs all makes. White

Reynolds, Alice M. Behl nose inches. cago born at Smithfield Va., 55 1947 Cushman scooter $100. Good wringer rolls. The'Traders,
Marie Meadows Iona Aiken Helen Captain Roy Potters. Charter years ago. condition. Apply 1128 Margaret : Phone 1431, 130 Duval St. .

Chenva Dolores Travis Gloria Boat the Rust also submitted two Street apr6-5tx aprl-tl

Joyce Hill and NCCS staff entries: *,*! catch a dolphin weighed 36 I
Eileen Coughlin and Hilda Cas- I Dolphin: Weighing 21 pound. pounds measured 56 inches in 1 girl's bicycle 1 boy's bic'c1e.1 I I Dressmaking. Specialize boys'
tillo.f New tires. Phone 1052-R I I, and girls clothing. Alterations.MontzcUe'8 .
49 1-2 inches long with a girth of length with a girth of 27 1-4
21 inches caught by Annabelle inches. apr5-3tx Dress Sbeppe, 518

'ru'li 52 Meets Munro of Hammond. Indiana. This is the total entries to date i Fleming St mar24-26U
Sailfish: Weighing 30 pounds. 6 for the last period of the content 1935 Pontiac car. Ready cut for

TQItorroiv Night ft, 6 inches long, with a girth of remember it closes the 18th of pick-up truck. New tires new Single young business fijrl wanted -
21 1-2 inches caught by C.V.. Aprl. so get jour entries in if scat covers and lot of extra to share apartment \\ith

All members of Troop 52 Boy: Munro, also of Hammond. you want to qualify for one of the accessories.:.. All for $150. Also business girl. Call 798 Extension -
Indiana. prues. one Briggs-Stratton gas (engine 392. before 4:30. pr7-3tx
Scouts of America. t'.
are > O. H. Cor\mgton. aboard the 2500. Apply after 6 p.m.
attend a meeting at 7:30 o'clock : Charavi caught a mutton snapper FOR SALE 1508 Seminary Street. FOR SALE-USED CARS

tomorrow night at St. Paul'sParish 1 i weighing 10 pounds 27 1-2 inches apr63txOne
long with a girth of 20 1-4 inches j I For Sale--Best offer not refused 1941 Buick sedan with radio,
Scoutmaster Ernest[I and from Captain Myron Gr mtV i! One 14 ft dll-.tecl boat and Stork line baby bug Ex- heater. Inquire Citizen Office.
Avila, who has just returned :I charter boat the Cindy Mac I f one all steel trailer with V8 cellent condition. Call 535. apr2-5U

home for the spring holidays 1!\::: comes the- next entry caught by Ford wheels, both in firct class apr7-3tx
from his studies at the Universityof ; Lois C. BUM of Erie Pa. barracuda SALE ESTATEFor
] a shape. Also one new 7 1-2 FOR -REAL
Florida will address the gath- j I I weighing pounds 49 horse Mercury motor. Will sell : Almost ncw.Ii\'ing room set 9x12

ering. I I'j-mcht long with a girth of 16 boat and trailer without motor rug. Call 54. apr7-4tx any kind of property in Key

I inches. Captain Jakic Key's Char- j or will sell all together.; See West be it home hotels, ixwtefc
The first electrical escalator ter boat' the Legion submits the Mr. Lowe after 5:30 p. In., at Frame building, 12 ft. x 40 ft. Ap- or business location, contact t
was exhibited. at the Parts" expgttiexs -*.1 next entry caught by'JQhn E. ] Stock Island Boat Docks Stock ply 1019 Flagler Ave.. after 5 Paul Boysen 626 Fleming St,

trS 1800\6''r: !'-:- 1" .BrownleyJ. of Glenwde Pa. "His1 Island. ._ apr7-2tx o'clock. .... apr7-3tx I'hune 1f 0. *. *p7l3tx_:.
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11..>.,. :.(...'WEWfEaBAY.. APRIL_7, 1948_ -. s;. .., ::-_" ." .. '" _ -__ _____. _-'.., I III' II.l.lIIII.Jlt
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,I, .' *'..rW*'\"'fTI'I..: ....rIIIIIIII.I ..'..::.,:.'?-: ...:.,.....,;a-r..' ,.r.I....!..#...,..lIII.f'I4t'............::.*.............,'ot.4tIII..... ...:.-..... *<. \i tt [>Whea' a sndth certa1a'pr.:- b> where* ta needed THI DIRECTORY SB LL DIRECT YOU S! rlJ

J ? <:,! T:s. :'E NN y. S'.or '. :., 'TR PICAti'TRADER.: ..WHERE-TO-;., : f. BIIJ: :* I1 ;.' ..-... taeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee !II or...U..... ...'.... ...............................1............. ;,
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y : Motor Court ; 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE. 1000 :. : ,Fl\ c.WE REPAIR:. ,,m! ... ... i POOR OLD CRAIG ii. 1 1i

: 909 Siiuoiiton St., of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : .Kit Ic JctrJijIJ WoE ,SELL I T. I J '
Nice Selection \
. t' !\ : Ownership-Management We WUiailFor U dDeliTcr : : WHITE STARCLEANERS i Service Station : ,
t iI : for the_ 'Children! :- :
ol Toys
: BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action .,, .
: 4Francia
: r : :: **'T.** pSnc*la Elactricil: worltX11 J : J. H. BRADY.,Manager PHOHT tl : ;

.. :' t 'Serving . Electrical Appliances, epaired. t . . J .....h..f. ". S and Dtrisloa StxMto :
.BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 .f -J' j l
ti ; i : :
: Ddtif Jr. Prop.
f re ., : .LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2DINNER. ...................5....5555555555.455.5..a.a.... ,SheetS Marco 701 DUVAL STREET S : Tires Tubes Batterie,r Auto Acec* orie. : \j
, ,t ; :. S to 8.30The .. .. .. 5SS......... .: .,, ELECTRIC. ;: TELZPHOia... 41 j : 822 SIMONTON STREET Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer" 1
t .a :. .....- ..... ...............S.i. ..................................................... 1 1ee : t;
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, . :: Short Order Best of SanCwiches(Steaks i f. HOME SUNDRY STOKE ...............*... ....."....,N.......:.............1..'.. Dry Cleaning : :...................... : :

.. ..'. iI '.... ...At AU Hour .I 1207 DIVISION ST. HEABCOa.'wItn'E 8T. .: SPACE AVAILABLE : ; and Pressing24HOUR : TONY'S' AUTO AND I

r I t .: TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS : .: Tour Patronage' k . :: THIS BY'THE' MONTH- AT- A REASONABLE PRICE : Free Pick SERVICE-Up and : 1: Boor SHOP :; I .}1

, t 9ft .1" :. RO1Se# nLif1lniF' s1ndaOJ:1I'::** *" lie Cream: Proprietary.Medicin : : for Further Details : : SUITS Delivery for Service MEN : I p 60r'-os GREENE STREET 2j ..\"
0 A.M. to Midnight
-,5 eeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeec.:. : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : : Apply to the : : and WOIEl'i1la.Ielolcaourc : j Auto Painting S00 to s5500 :
Toilet and Articles :
: : ::................Preparation..l.............................. i Advertising Department i :: PHONE 282!! :; BODY and FENDER REPAIRS : '

; .............eeeeeeeee ... .....1I ; ...................a.. :e e*** ,

; ;': I WASHING MACHINE :: .1\iijFVijjiiRj.I\ [ ?( [[ and.i ROSS[ ; ; e .55555.55-.........,......v..N. ......a.1...................e-......15....5...........5i.i. .555 SS5s5555 555 SSSSSSSILOPEZI\urY.........S: f j

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Repairing i ii
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::1 : Monroe County Distributors for : : 919 Fleming SU

,: : MECHANICSNot\ Air-Conditioning : i :I \

.c..: .'. Salesmen :, : for Domestic and Commercial,:Use. : HOME : ': 1106 OLIVIA STREET /i Funeral Service : tL: We Specialize:Hair In Dyeing :: t! t
I M'f 1 r'.. 1 : : Scat. p Treatments
: S33 .; PHONES; ISO ; {
2 '
. f, Factory by Trained Methods Men ; ...u.......,........;;.. .... ..;. .c..a............ : : : PHONE. 373 1 : Established 1335 : .. Phone 17o AAtt_ -rt TTMte..rsxt Of BBLK WAYKS iB CCKTU ;
\ I : : .... eeeeeeeeee.iee:eeeeeeaeeee..... .: Let TlrosaSerre : 1i : Licensed! Funeral i................ ........................... ,
-( 'r 1t t; EASY KENMORE-ABC,--MAYTAG SPEED ': ;: Electric_ .i .: 'Who{ Serve Best. S.E.. SpecializingRUSSELL'S' : : Director and : ......a..........a .......... ..............\ I ISTELL'S '

. :' t !i QUEEN and Others I HOTIOINt :.SWEMAVE NITV' R :. .in' EII\LallUcr BEAUTY NOOK !
'Ranges ,
; ., ETRAYED..A:11\UST- ', 1 '
: :.\ J White Wringer Roll Refrigerators, Disposals and Electrical'AppliancesWashing : WE NEVER WILLAmbulance : :. T Pot,zest s; and 1 '. 24HourAmbulance :: Scientific AU Beauty Branches Culture .1

': THE TRADERS : Machine for Immediate} :'Delivery : : .' \ .S.'. ': : Thoroughly in Experienced 'I
: ServiceTelephone : : Children'sApparel : : :
: .
- 130 Dural Street Operator
,!.. ,bo :. PHONE 1431 : HOME APPLIANCE-:., :. 548,: ,: .S Service :. Soft Water Ur d CxcbMreJy : j

,. .rM eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .I.NNN 605 SIMONTON..........SThEET...................PHONE.......11....:' : never Sleeps :.: ;' .: Phone 135 Night 696 : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. \/ .
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-*, ......a...a............ Former Customer, Friends and the Pubbc Invited S
1!! . TH1SSPACEAVALABLOn : J. A. MYERS ; Frances Beauty Salon :,
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:. ;; THIS : A Monthly "Basis at Licensed i Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. : Frances Park. Owner sV

: A VERY LOW COST 1 i .i
: : Beauty Culture in all itsiocj 2
,V.- : For Further Information. CALL 91. : PAINTING Contractor : CONCH SHELLS : Permanents Scalp l Treatments 2
X .. :! SPACE .. or See the Advertising Manager. ;. : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK:GUARANTEED a : AU Sizes :. : Facial Shampoo Manicuring \:

. .... .............5a............... ... ....... : Telephone 3127. 114 Duel Street Jefferson Hotel......: .' .. : ..........For...Appointment..........Phone.....1M1Marion's ..........
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K.' Fire InsuranceSS } '
,, : !. house'I INSURING. 'With ,,,, S :' On Old or New,Floors-:-CALL US FOR AN :ESTIMATE; ; 1: Will Ship to Any Part : "Southernmost U.s.A." ,, ;
1 : hold and : Methods : of UJS. or Canada : 1400 Dun Street _Tel.phos* 1314, ,,'
per. Atlantic Mutual t I Fire I Insurance {o. . Guaranteed Work -, : .1 .
l. sonal effects. : S .Expert Hair Tinting Hair Cutting / :''II
SALEeeeeeeeeevveeeeeeeeeee S. Palacio i ... 1
E Save 15% on All Policies Nan-Ausuah1_ : ' TREVOR S Marcy Personalized Permanent .StylinqCorechre to !
1 Mercantile i. : 'J, DOUGLAS 401 South Street : FacialsA : L1 J.I ; ;
,. 'hvne4674 :
. t . ., I" .:.. ... ' ..!. :I Stock. ..1..L...Crupoe......,.Agt.....&. ...., .,........:. ,:: 1 29 ILuri[ h4 Ax;uue, Rhone 1374-R .:. : KEY WEST. FLORIDA : ....- .-.Exclusive...... .but Not Cxp..*.iuiT......*...*.1.a.........
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r ............................... .s..s.....sss.... .............. ............'...... -55 ....................... /5..5555..5555.55.555.5555555 For More Natural :
" J' ...s.................* Marl\' and Top Soil : .: Hair Tinting -
: i B.&B. CYCLE SHOP i ir I Landscaping, 1 REAL ESTATE .: In Persaan.atWaves or Finest :
I : : : Salea :
.1 822 Fleming st. R. M.Daniel Prop. Phone 1013 MARL,HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS : :
: 'S Lots Cleared and Marl Spread Very Reasonable :: Appraisal :
ScootersSales : Also Beauty
" PassengerRepresentatives i Cusliman Motor\ I ; Leases : ,
I : : and Service Immediate Delivery : i G. WEECH 1021 Olivia St. : Rentals : Colony :
to* : BICYCLE : PHONE ; : t .
( t. : : ............;....1 Management ..
........ 521 Southard ,
': : FLORIDA EAST : Buddy Seals V* ". Rental t t mice : ..1.I.55......555..a...55..55..55..........555.................... Properties ImproTed In and Key Vacant West :: -. .,r Street

t : COAST RAILWAY : 9 Parking FlagsWindshields -- . : :i JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP : and Monroe County v Next to Beauty Southernmost ,

. i.- S Mow Located ...stf' : mat 116 DUVAL STREET : J. OTTO : 1 School ,
i : 5 Open Daily and Sunday : KIRCHHEINERREALTOR : H y All BeauticiansSpecializing Licensed '

: DR. COBO'S A Footrests ; l 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. 4J : inMost
.j : OFFICEr SERVING Dinners : : 411 Fleming Street : Modern .
-,, : FLEMING STREET : Alpo DAYTON BICYCLES and COMPLETE 919 Whitehead StreetPhones : _ _: Beauty Phase Culture of ,.
: Rear ol La Concha Hotel : Also A La Carte and SandwichesREASONABLE : 124 and: 738-R ;
.) .1 i-. S: PHONE 124 a STEELCOTE........RUBBER.... eeeeee ** .....-.-.-.--..-................PRICES.....*eeeeeee.eeaeeA -.: ....I..........e..aeeeee.1 .......Telephone........'SE 206 HULA for ESP Appointment ANOLi******........ ..

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1 S REPAIRED- .i i Good Work Low Prices i
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. ; Daily between 9:30 A.M.and 3.30
.'. ,.r'* Ride the Ru to the ; :. FOR SALE Good LojCfljiqfi' .jQn/Thia j Page : .: PJA.-Appointments are accepted : "
; .- ; .. GOLF,COURSE: ; : Our Customers Must B* :, : : : from public by Senior Student oi 6"" -: :
r \1 .: Satisfied ., : FOR .INFORMATION : 521 SOUTHARD/ : : TheSouthernmost .. :
PHONE 1380 : PHONE: si : :
\ ,. ;;J : : Ask For, the Advertising Manager .. Opposite Bus Station : i School' i iof
tl t' : : : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE -................................. ...........
.......... ... ...... ................. .*e**..* Culture
: . I ................................. .... e..i ...a..' e eeee* PHONE NO. 1 : Beauty :
: : a INSURANCE 523 Southard Street :
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,"'. .:. TAKE: .i.ii.ii.iV.ji.ii.) and ,. : There are a number available with over 890 hours :
j 1, : BUS : : I-lICE W1M -, AUTO BOND? : : -THEE :- of state approved instruction who know the latest :
!' NO. 1 4 ; : PACKAGE DEPAR1MENT : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE: COVERAGE: : E PorlerAllciiCompany phases m beauty culture. These student beauticians
; 10. the 'PHONE 9112 : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of'
.' 1 : GOLFLINKS j S 925 DIVISION STREET : West Insurance Co. i beauty culture do good work at very low prices. Although :
: -"We Deliver"- : appointments are not required it 1s advisable. ;
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l' Ie ,. e Rest Drinks and Coldest Deer in Town : : 316 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1371 : For Appointment Stop at :

; i': 11 Pun: :. A Packaged Goodsliavs ..._ ._..._._: :.._ of Postoffice s r.. ..................... :.......523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE........537....... :;
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GOLF CLUB : .................... .....................................
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'. :', S.................. :: You BUY YOl R RADIO, : .. 0r. BEAUTIFY
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Radioman Repair :
't It Takes \ to : *
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You Go Your Entire House
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? : It front A Radioman ... and . ..
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: Food Shopping\
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: Superhetcrodme :
I : S.Enl ICE .. . AC DC :
I t ,. 'H\\": t- tltrtt, Plastic Table Radio or ASPHALT TILE
d/oIJ 5 Tubes (IncL Rcclilier) W1ELEPUONE
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\ ENRICHED BREAD Service : Fs i; : for the :
; Repair = FAMILY in Key West
i The Foundation of Today'sHeal ; : q "Why Pay More When
I' : : You Can Buy for Less?" :
: Planning : Music C o. i Floor Co. S
i Cover2ts!
Ii.. PHOtfE; ; LatestHIT Southard Street : i 130 DUVAL FLORIJA ,
., :: aALPH 1 "._rABALDo tit I-,., . w- 1M :: ACCORDS 522 PHONE 1081 : : 707 WHITEHEAD.. .STREET.............TELEPHONE...........1512....:. ?........................................... 5 5l" I
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;, 'Navy Man!\ Awarded $250 LST.533 Reaches I - f, --. -- - ELEPH.A1ITSCm-VOTE-- -

For Hull Cleaning Idea I City Yesterday it -, 11IJ I

-.. ; l The LST-533 arrived at the Key -I : JlgGeneGleaanChapter :
West Submarine Base yesterdayenroute
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1 Other I from Norfolk Va:' to the -
Ideas Are
Sought ; Panama Canal Zone. : -23 fag itr short. strained pfifff when after Carolyn tad reat.nejh4s

She will continue to Panama T AMONT FRAMINGHAM; at he finished his regimen, but be tactfully. But h* radiated m aura
....-. I I CUI3I.alter unloading and taking : had resolved on a' new: coarse of of enthusiasm as n* looked at ttte
JU wonnsoN, RIGGERS I- *- .fifty year} of age bad ope action.He would invite tAe civic 200 civic leaders who had *.%
!I on miscellaneous freightH abiding vanity his trim athletic: and business leadersof tie cityto into the club's main dinlM

AT SURMARINE n\SF..1![or mail them to the Recorder figureHe carried the ISO pourids a.series of *:o Beneficial Suggestion Program![ LEGALSi I' their presence and contributions urn*" he whtepwtti ir rvedet7.

"Building I 91, U. 5. Naval Submarine -'I H ': I of his big-boned six foot body aproud perhaps the .zoo drive would to Carolyn. "You can a' d k.
nEe days "
of the
remembrance : reach its $50,000Roal toward their laundry-marks.
Base. Any constructive idea i% THE nnrtiT. rei..'.HT. OP" THF.I when ,be ,had, stroked the .Yale which it thus Jar had'limped. only The guetU I. ... eatfet* i aiejgt
which UI. 4 ""
CEXTLY: will increase production or : EIJ.Es'lu | :
$10.000 of the immediately,approaching r ..141k
1%. .%\ll FOR 11"110& cot 'T1.Is -crew to .ictory in the Peugbkeepsie : way.
I improve quality methods, or "'H'Elly.I..s. . maiflI Carolyn attended the first:of with vigor that roinpie4.-
The rerent" award of $250 un- safety, will be welcomed by and II ]I II \.. 11-331 :Tlegatta.<< and he the luncheons a week later finding die tau* another dThf4.

itt U... Den..ficul Suggestion I I given full consideration by the ','nArH P.L R. CHANILER.Flaintlff.. . tabled an nnyieldin hostility to its guests .a roundtable"of whisper to Carolyn. J-
board. e unsightly peril of middle- Lakeport distinguished citizens. -How can such a weH-fed

IVtjgrani to Cd: Wood>n. quar- 'I I IRVIN"v*L.. CIIANI)1.El2.OntlElt uiknnrr agedspread.. They listened with the utmost: bunch of people set 10 fcuHaTyrT

Urman rigger at the U. S. Naval I, "Stop and think of it for a moment I Defendant. IN THE B A C This calf, stltehetl u ac.ttar. waits at the + morningfor respect while Framinjham set he demanded. "Th way thV COat

naval employees could :, OF n'BU('.'TinTO \ IUMX, England sUU n. The tag ar uud JU neck says the aajmal Accordingly on every forth the aims and needs.Df the the grub you'd think i$. waa .
Submarine Bav! here U worthy 'i : Irvin I U fhandUr.JJ7 is bound for FishjiwrU, Femb okc. SoUtft Wales.on the last 23 ",ius. bit had de. zoo. They applauded its role in Thanksgiving Dinner at the pMnicioal -
4.f the attention and interest of live been you-what would you Savary; Ortve. "Pted the, first, naif hour of the the recreation program: of their lodging house!
civilian do With a cash award of $250 I I .harl..n. VTfFt VirginiaOIT - - -- ---- -- - ------- I And left with seeming "Pleasel" Carolyn waned Mm.
every member of the I ARE HRRRBT naQl'IRftJ: : nay to a strenuous program of city. they
Nj.vy in the Key West area: offMtTS Turn in three: suggpstions'!" I AM' nru iRKIto appear. answer I : the'i'icy rim; she fell,'- reakI : setting-up exercises. At 50. bef)3.4 ,shaking' the museum "Someone will hear you."
.,f the base J[ <.r file other plextinicH to \ttf Hill I II Woman Has Close .. to, acknowledge that be chairman hand: cordially and I **I doubt it-they're making too
said t&iday.W.M1SIifl'S I{, I I I nf Complaint' for divorce filed i ing herrig1t1eg' ; m two.phiees.I I deal wishing the campaign godspeed. much music with the silverware**
,suggestion was the LEGALS I against you by RACHKL. ItCIIANnI.Er. t With the trtti 'almos her puffed and grunted a great .
!>> upon ,.he toiled through the routine When Carolyn met I Franunghara did not begin the

dwvi.lupnieni 44 an itka which he on or. before in .hf'the above ifth .lay styl.dcause f>f, Call With Death she ma af i tq.roh out_ ofd'an.. I!.I in as Ute bedroom his 15-room in tha lobby outside,the din speaking program until the last

put into practicf.; and which lTIIR ('IRC"I IT COI RT OP THK April. 1141.! otherwise the allegations the 'itaInDtive house. But: there .were certain ling roarr- immediately: after the course had been!' served. At the
pmvrd succpssful( > by incringi1itIUrtk :1.\: ":'TII ...In..u. "IH"IIT of said bill will be taken. asrotrrpr4 I ger passing so compensations too. 'guest: had left. he-was beam first word, a dozen of the audience

) n. The device he OK Tin TTK ItP. I'I.tiUhIIt. by you. Thl! fde to benuished MAGOG, Quebec.-SceiiSJr a i I close. that the hem of her,coat was oadlearned. over the years :ing with.apparent:,pleasures. slipped quietly from their taMe
sug- t\ Al POII MO\HOR 401 \TIN \. In TUB KEY WEST "A fine group men! and retreated softly from the
train Mrs. J caught benestW wheels : to make this initial half hour the
KP'-ttoc is one used in cleaning HM'."". CITIZEN I a newspaper published approaching Con- _the ,her. "Once rallv them to our
the hulls of vessels with tan* X.. 1I-X.12 In :Monroe County Florida, once a 30 hurried to the rail | '- : "--,?' '' occasionfor' reviewing the problems we roon.
electric. nors .
gE'ipJ-1I. ; U IIA Wl'flX.! week for four rotiverntltft cross : ahead of him. and lately. cause., I feel that our principal Framingham. undaunted set
ally driven brushes. It consistsrserntially plaintiff. lIsted this 3
t-'rrh.; ;road tracks head of it Slipping Subscribe to 'The Citizen. ?oct hI th. kvw.ttiascmos had finan&1aI- or- obi ems will be forth the needs and Duroottt of

of a means by which .'IIELsIA..,,.. Inon"R I IS trinrriT<*. roi'RT. ".$R.t.I a' .:' : -;.-- - - - -- --- -.. '.'_' '- .. I t-: concerned; ''with the- Lake- solved?* the zoo in masterful fashion. I He
t'1J4'4IIflY IAVsuN.; \ : -r -
.ne man may operate two or defendant Ross ." Sa.J T.-' y....... .wv.. I port, Zoo.. i He added. as a 'rather hasty introduced Ue zoo director. Harold
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m re n,tating brushes simultaneously ONIIFH OP PI-HI.M 4TION Clerk.. of the rirouitM ." ..utt t I One such morning as .he afterthought: : !\Moore who discussed the zoo
'1'0.; Thelma \\jltniiKhbv Knwwn, > : (nd. ) Kathleen. .. Nstiage : I touened! --his.-toes- for the tenth Of course.:-it wutd.not be advisable problems witt .cood-humered
and continuously to obtain 301ent llCtb XI reel. .%pi. 3. 1"- flerk. Political Announcements I I tan?- without bending iua knees. to, cress, such important candor. To avoid the risk ot'boring
.better and increasfd N.w "urk.of..w *.ork lit> Coctao.. Maer & FlnjrriAltornerft "
cleaning re the :cut
for Pla-intfffvi* . he arrived at the conclusion that mea for.immediate.action. guests Framingham
"I ilL 'rYou'A <.are Bill hereby for Itlvoree required filed I. against appearth 67 IUnayn KutMlnfr- ., : '. : : ; -- 2 !, the- zoo" campaign was not gqihg .-I suppose' not.1* said Carplyn. the speeches right there, aod

Ideas are worth money to the you In. the above styled cause on orbefore .Miami :%. Florida.mar -: DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY; MAY'4, ..1918.I. I I It.all.Veil. Truev he told bilD elf But ,she began to wonder how launched into the climax of the
.. the ':30 th of A. H. .3r.anrr7-l4-.m; | *. I 1 I be laboriously the wessina would yield luncheon drive. '
and day April as- ..ex9ct'tedSev- much .
Navy they-arc worth .
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money J4 l *. olb.r.-I Ue the 0lleKati.. cq.n.1aine.lJhrin - 4. .. .. ,.. .... A.... "We
.' ;-.-- I I eral lgush'ups.. there had been when. it finally was :applied. have explained why we
tu the individual ask Ed Wood- lTHK; liT OP THKiI.KXt
and '' (......edl will be. taken as ci n- : :CinrtIT>TH' JtllKltl.. 4IHCIITOP I -> For Governor J-JFor; Counf;;:Commissioner i wide public enthusiasmover the need t your financi support:* h*
others who have
Kn. received .onr and Ordered. at KeyVrft, Till] STATE OP PIOHIII. I - .COLIN .museum's direction of the'.zoo.' THERE were two. luncheon a told the guests. "We have described .
cash awards under the Beneficial Floriila. .this. 3"th day Itf March A. i\ *\i rot MOOR ('()\ \T|. : ENGLISH I FtfUrthsfjiet : Lsms on his: back and lifting for three weeks what use 'li'e will hake

Suggestion Program officers l>.. 1545.IJRtt'IT. l\ f'll\..FHt., I 1 EDNEY: _.PAKKER IJ i[ each leg in turn.. be decided thai with Fr\mingnam. willingly of the funds. Now we are '.....,

at the bas; declared today COIRT fuss. .'.SKAL.I Sawyer. nt'\'" t4ToLt.ENWIRCE f M> 11.330. !I For Governor Carolyn. Mai tell and Eddie Gale shouldering the full cost. Ateach tc distribute car4s among you
lluit unpublished idea you've Clerk of Circuit Court. "lal"IIII.V" I For County' ,'Commissioner had done a remarkably effective ; of them. the: guests were asking to state th amount, IOU.
mmdisn't R)', <*..) Florence I-:. Saw\er litOttfE I W. A. SHANDS job of advertising the zoo. Grunt distinguished< -as much: -for their feel that you ian pledge t> reconstruct -
born turning over in your .:',t AnF.Tn n'JlTROSU: Fifth'plstrict slightly lifted "
Ik'puIy Ilrrk.Inrtquu. ( : I ing he bothlegs appettties as: their cVic. promi the Lakeport "Zoo :
", doing anyone any good .:"<
now; ,Jut, if you are a Navy empl Attorney for mar Plaintiff..:31: apr.UI.Un OP rnU.'TIO'TO Tibfendantniinrit Harold Moore had beeir a. complete "Frankly. "wondering why tributed by the waiters. Framing-
.iyt-... tk the time to put it : I:lizaheth Armstrong! I For State Comptroller i For: S jrintendent: I Ii .antidotefor. the incompetence we haven't "won more support. barn caJlex1 for an announcement
siollenwerrk, of Major BiUv Fortune. ef nledges.: The
down on paper and snd it in, JuOTICU TO CHKDITOHBfl EDWIN G, FRASER Framingham admitted to Carolyn response was pitifully
said an officer.' *It may be ofreal ,( ............ A.... Se ... Ill 1!0) I I 419 South Illehland: Avenue.Memphis. ; .. i Public, Instruction j SIft was oedallmg his feet- foreuslv !-- after the'sixth luncheon. meager More o* the guests
IN Tin ('01 RT .,.' TIlE ('11"\b' I Tennessee, .. : I in the air when he found "I've still :got one program in had slipped: cut of the room: and
I value and you can have the Jl IM.K. MO>nOK ('0 I' T v. ; lo You the are Hill hereby of Complaint required' fog t divorceIn appear I For State Comptroller :: WI RD'M..ALBURY i, himself: conirooie: !,: ,, with, t ie_ooe mind 1.'iaz..xnaypvokeacuon: !" scores: : of ole* cards lay.. un

thrill of knowing that you tare PLOHIDi. IN PHORtTK. i -(Incumbent) i joker in the deck: the he- Iefullv. Net touched by Den penciL
1 {* r.*- KMate of the above ,.1).4I.( rayse. An or bw- campaign added ?;: week. ?r precisely -
helping your government in addition ;U"TU.U.-\ )i F.fnp.r... I ,...... lb. 3rd AAf ..f'Aorll ,A II. C. M. GAY I I For Spiinjenclenj was not raising monev ,He' knew 1 intend *o ou: on a grand-Scale where the waiters Dad

t tu the enjoyment of re- peeeased. 191*. 'h..rwlt the.11f' railonitherein > PpMicJqsrruclion I I that t.he-'PX1 need j S50.OOO:addi1 -. luncheon mvitihg:' all the p opewho placed themu .
Tn All Creditors IInd'P... It-w Hill l>* taken an ronflesed.This I I 1 tional each: year. matching the have attended the preceding "What a frost!" Eddie whis
..reiving a cafh award that you can 'in* Claimn or I>"liI'aln...' Order h. Os be vdilxhe 1 ) bnera For Circuit Court Judge HORACE O'BRYANT I funds :.granted .bv the if affairs" pered. Thi wont feed
Citv. it
for th benefit of Hjjd Aviate: I seek. for fonr .onv tive. weeks j : animals -
put tu use ; yugrjflf J I ton and each of J..u are hereh In The KeyeM CitIzen.,a. fleW'- (Group One) I I II | were ever to be lifted out *of.' jfe. Eddie Gale. wne'had carefully ; it v'ill oniv starve Framingham
and family.Dn J,01J| (;..., and required to present pap.r "til.ijshed'tn) tha.ltiy of k.$jrent. I II For Superintendent declining state. avoided' the rire '0 its affair X death!
p your suggestions in the any claims and demaads which \\ Florida' ," ". .tli ', I WILLIAM A. (BUI) HERIN I I Framuiftham breath was com,.. 'agreed to attend. .the latest one I (T. b. uaU..4.
'y.rti cither of you, may ha\e no\K AND onnEUEu !:n>i I of
boxes provided for this purpoee ., against said K lal. <>f MatililiMendel day of March. ..\. I.. 1948 ; ,- Pubflcfnstruction' ... .. __.
For Circuit Court Judge --.5----- -
deceased, late of ....Id flops, q. lawyer, j I MELV1NE.RUSSELL --
i,s.R*,. la Ih-' CountY Jutlge (SEAt Clerk *f the (ruit Court Group 7 iMonroe County) I i Girl Scouts Hold .i Scouts took turns!, booking their MORE FOOD NEEDEDWASHINGTON
..f 34< nrftH Couqty. FlorUla. at hi. :Monroe County FlarWa, I .
The Weather Africa in the court bouse of sail Sly; Kathleen. NoUaire.I'eputy Inciunbent. For Membe School Board } supper, after .which'they. played ( \P> Oov.
.1 fVninlv at Key \\-""'. Florida, within rieikKd i.-- 1 ]Beach :folk games: and sang while seat ernment tests indicate that pit..
.I calendar months from the ) Allan R. 01..a reSolicitor . AQUILINO LOPEZ JR. j i 'Swond, District Pllrl'.1 ed around the fire.Transportation I
time of the first pnblinttion of this for lainliff : I I I heavily infested wuh parailes

notice. ..:a.... olaim or demand mar:.,:I;al>r.1-1 ..\. ). 145. ;i I GERALD-'H.._ .ADAMS Girl Scouts and was' provided: I such as lungworms and internal 1 1I
FORECAST'y' rhall hp In writing and shall stalelh For Scalp AttorneyLEN.MINCER ] - i
.. pla<'e ..I. r..t>idenc.. and pose office 1% TIlE fulfil? ("OI.ltT OP TIlE 'I i j. Troop' 3 enjoyed a beach pper I 1 the troop by Mrs Charles Tay- threadworm need aboat OJ&

.-: ey West and Vicinity; Partly hall address be -tOWBrR of to the....claimant the claimanther and. Flt.lHVril JIUK14I., IIHCIITOP ; For Mtfmber'; School Board tilt we boulevard under ...Ibejpines" 'lor-Mra. Richard Knowles, M.;. I pound more feed to gain a pound
Tnt %l'tTEOF. lLUtilllt.IN -election
cloudy with not much change in agent, or her attorney, and anvtich ,*MI' FOH 110'01-1 f'O' Vff.IV Fourth! : District i j jVV :Ralph Martenstem, Miss Lottie i of weight than do pigs not in-

temperature this aftertvion thru claim. .or. demand not fin filed I'HAM. 'KH1. JUMP. PABANAS, JR. ;' bon fire was kindled and Green and Mr. Merrell Sands. tested
ball I. vaidsill
> I ... %.. 11251FREr. For State Attorney -i-- -.- -
Thursday. Moderate tu fresh east ( ADFUA KANTOU -- -- ---rr----- 7- -r--------- -
and southeast winds.Florida As administratrix] of the Estate of riNlmOU.SFIJ.| Plaintiff WEBSTER c. WALLACE : For Member;'School Board 1 t

-Matilda Mendel deceased vs. nib OlliEPATrII'lA .- .
through :
: Partly cloudy <
rnar.Japr.-H.HtU. ] H. STERNER= !* rovirtft Distr ctISADORA
'I1wr* Y. Slightly warmer today I1 1.X 1..ltot'$EJ>.. For State Representative :: WEINTRAUB' I

. Continued warm Thutkdjy. "IN- THE cinn. (ot. RT OF Tilt Ttefendantonniii For Re.naminationBERNIE : '
F.I.KKNTH Jl Itll l f"1114 I,IT OF P"O'.II''TIO 1 .
Jacksonville thru the Florida OP THK KTiTK OP I-IOMII. To: Patricia I:. Sterner Fimkh0uoer.IS . C. PAPY For Clerk Criminal Court
Straits and East Gulf of Mexico: INNII POII MUNIIOR' (01"NT '. I \\t-nt ChentiHilStr. <, pf- .
I I. IN I HANI'Kilt.tsuw bark f'eUht '. : ': C SAM., P.. CURRY
Mmk rate winds, southerly over I
N*. 11125DOR llinov.*r. Pennsylvania.' For- State Representative WHERE THERE'S COKETHERE'S'
noith portion and southeast to 18 I.. HARRIS IIARMRI.n I You are hereby re rnre l to appear C'er.i I ItiAtt
t-ozt over south portion thru I I. Plaintiff. I to the Hill of Complaint for divorcein For | of Criminal Court
'- V*. III\ II""E'GERALD the above. ntvled. Oaueeon-u-r t>ef (Mickey)
Thursday. Weather partly cloudy. BRFIELn. ; ..r- the :
Jarksonvills to Apalachicola: I efendant. otherwise the allegations.
.: OP PI HI.II .ATION therein. will he '
No email craft or storm warnings :I.. Barfleld. Thin Order Is to b* published once I _For State Representative For Supervisor of

have been issued. I .... ITnknown a week for four consecutive vreekfi I TOM O. WATKINS RegistrationJP1INENGLAND -
;- TOil are h..hy- required to nnnoarIn In .The Key:next; CttUen: 'a newSpaper I HOSITALITYF'

I Report. the Hill of Complaint for divorceIn published; istLe City. 'of heyVest -- 'I .. ,
the above styled cause on or I..- \ FloridaIM . For Sheriff
: fore the JJrd day of April. A. nIMS. \..: AMPr! ORDKRKPthU SJnd I
Key West, Fla.. April 7. 1948 otherwise the allegations; day of STarch, A..n. "d FRED: O. EBERHARDT t ti' For Judge.. Juvenile CourtDVIDE.McCURDY
therein will' be taken a. confessed Ross c. Saw)fr, .
.. (Observation taken at City Office. This Order is to he published once (?nXI.) ,Clerk of the Crcult Court i :
8:30: A.M., EST) week for four consecutive weeks. klonrnp .Coon!\. florida.By . For Sheriff |i 1I

Tsmpsraturshighest In :Tie published Key \\est in Itisen.the City a of newspaper Kr>. : R*" Clerks rlh. RAFAEL H. FERRER i For Judge ;Juvenile Court j jFRAti I I

yesterday ._ 84 .\\ost. Florida. ( ) Allan B. Cleare. .. (Known as Mr. Grass and CMcSo) 'O. ROBERTS .
IH NB AND! ORDERED tins I3rd: Solicitor for Piaintif/. t,
Lowest last night 75 day of March A. D 1948 mar.-SI iapr.1.\t.A.P1US.'J; . .

Mean ...... 80 Ross C Sawyer ----- For Sheriff !I F?r:Justic.e i of Peace .
(RAI.) Clerk of the Circuit Conrt i\ TH1(1RCtlT f'OIRT: 'op. THKKLKtptTH -
Noimal 1 . 73 Monroe County, rloridaRy II DiriAl tHi'I ITOP ALTON GOEHRING I First District 4 -
; PrecipitationTotal > "If'rk. i\ .,\i t'OH10'0..: ('daT': '. ("Dutch") j FT-ALBURY -
last 24 hours .00 ,ins. Hilary ('. AlKory. 1'% <'H\M' 't.Hl'. ; 1 I For He-election -
Total this month 4.22 ins "So.Ii'U..r i for "Ia Int ifr.I lane \.. 11-914 -
I mar.24-3i: ;tpr.7-14.A.D.1948MITICR U.UII& S11liliLtTAP.Y. For Sheriff : -
Excess this month 3.86 ins. Plaintiff: EVERETT R. RIVAS : For Justice of PeaceDistrict I
Total thu 7.30 ins. T... ,' lii'OIICE '

Excess this; year %.21 ins. .'. .It'ATION' FOIL KINAI. HISI !- MANSFIELD! SINELE'tAP'.Y.Itskndant.. .: 'For Sheriff ,: I P fJr"tJqBOYSEN,=

Relative Humidity HAHkH.Probate dUllER P..L.1'IO% -
Law 1933): .
at 8:30 A.?.!. |N Cot RT OP TOil I'OiI'VJi To Mansfield: binKletary.No : BERLIN A. SAWYER !
02VBarometer IH.K. 'IU'\' HUt: till 'T". 7SW East:: Spring street. For BeelectiontFor : For Justice of Peace
STATK' OP rIORIUt.IN Apartment No. %. . :, .
PmilltTt: Richmond, (4"aifornia| Second DistrictMYRTLAND I

(Sea Level) 8.30 A.?!. In re the Estate.ofi' It Is. hereby' onlere4-tbat you are Sheriff I I
I R. required to appear on- the IClh day CATES - -
30.15 ins.-1021.0 mhs. ,I Deceased.To of April: 1948, lefore-the above entitled I JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD [ 2
court in ih. Bill of Complaint ,I I
Tomorrow's Almanac .' Notice All Whom is. It Hay Concern; filed asain-t. you in the shove entitled For Justice of Peace rj
hereby given that StarFrasces \i
Sunti&o 6:13 a.m. Albury filed her final report )-- .cause and. the Key Wrsgt Citizen 1- For Clerk of Circuit Court !I Second District '
bereb designated at
Sunset 6:46 as Kletutrlx of the estate ofKlxie :
p H. Rosv. deceased: that she In which this Order ball EARL R. ADAMS ROY HAMLIN es-- --
M I I filed her petition for final I disehanrc _
.1.MlltKt 6:11 pin.1 and that she will apply tu week For Clerk of Circuit Court 1- ,
th* Honorable Rajniond R Lord \itnevs the Honorable Aqullino : For Justice of Peace _, -i
Lute.-:. Jr. a.. hue uf the Judges of
County Judge of SlunrmC..unt. FRANK BENTLEY ; I-- -
i thio Court and the Sal of IbisC'tIrt Second Pistrict t-1 ; i c ,
TIDES rlurida.on the ICth la>' of April 'k\Wh
for in the City o/ Key Wc"t, t-'i..r-
1941. approval of same and for SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN
TOMOrrowNaval of March 1941.Hoer !
ida. this Ulh day
filial diwIiarK as Kxeculnx of the C Sawyer.tstAI. For County Tax Assessor I ii /
( Base) estate of EUie, U H..J.-S deceased (SAM)
) on this IClh d.ty of March. 1,11.tgned I If
(Eastern Standard Time) Monroe CoUnty. rlorida.liy I I Ii
( ) Alary Frances AlburyI.Xrrut .
High Low is of the estate of El:-ieU. (sJ) Kathleen Nottage.nepuiy Clerk. I For County CommissionerFirst I f f For Copstable r
9:18: aon. 2:56 a.m. Ross deceased.Enriqs. .
(1 .
= :lwy..r.uli.alor First District i -
e Esqulnaldo Jr
9:47: p.m. 3.19: p.m. ); For Plaintiff., I
Attorney for. Kxefutrixmarl ] I
mar.lT.24.3lapt.7.1141.OTIfIl J. INGRAHAM
?-24-31.apr.7.1SHIN ALLEN _

Reference Station: Key West ; ?|IP. .n"'I'.T C4II. HT OP THKKLRtRNTII OfIL."I Prl>..e 4c, M..... Ill laa I For County CommissionerFirst fair Constable
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|I First District
Tim ef| Height of OP TilE NTTK UI'I.onill'. "I hOE. MONHOK' fonT''. DistrictJ
StationTide |high water |N AND POII o'\' lIot: 01NTt.IN i I-1.0IIIU\' PHOU4TR.In OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor HARRY H. JOHNSON
Hahia Honda I re Estate ofL.tilAN _
(.5s %.. II-3JI BA ER, I ;a < : pr/ _
(Lridedtlh 10m 00ft. RE>'ERLY PETERSON AITRPIIT Ueceaited County Commissioner : For Constable

No Name Key Plaintiff. TO ",.,. CRHDITORS!' ANtI PI-R :
T*, un OUCEfl41LJ. SONS \\INC 4'I.AiMS OR DBMASl.s First District i iW.CSUGAR i Fust, District
(east endf2h20m) : PATRICK MI:RPin A P.XI VST' SMIt KhTATKou : :
Boca Chica I IxfendantOHUF.R \ and each of >ou are hereby ) SWEETINGFor C. FLQN.EY" PELLICIER -t
I OP PI RI.K ATION notified and required to present
(Sandy IJoint-) 40m .TO: Donald Patrick Murph i any claims nr demands, whichou, ; I
Caldes Channel (4 South Main Avenue.Aibasy. or either of >ou. may have against i County CommissionerThird For Constable
:New York. the estate of L.mau Baker Ueceaaed DiatrictCLARENCE ''! First DistrictBENJAMIN t _
(north end) 2h 10m 1.4 ft.
+ +
You ar. hereby rrquireil to appearto late of raid Count, to the Coun
oOo the Rill of Complaint for di\urce I)' Judge of Monroe County. Florida I HIGGS ; J. PIERCE
In Ih. abut nt> led cause on or 1..- at bin ..ffice In the (""urtIe of
NOTE: fore the ZCth day of April. A. D said Count at Keyest. MoriOaitithin I j (Beanie)
(-)-Minus sign: Corrections 148. otherwise the allegation. eight calendar months from For County Commissioner I'I

tu be subtracted. j I therein will be lak n a..* confessed the time of the ftrM publication of Filth District
1hi| Order is to published onceawsek this notice Each: claim or demand For Constable
(+)-PJus sign: Corrections to for four c..n<:ecuti\e week shall be in writing-" aad shall Mate WILLIAM G. CURRY !i First District I
be added In, The Kejeht "';II&.n. a news- the place of re! idtnce and post .f.
paper published in the City of Key flee address of the flaimaHt. and : BERNARD H. WAITE Listen to "CLAUDIA" Ask for it either way .601h
(h)-Hour. Went HoridJIK __
Mull he! rworn to b> the claimant I For County Commissioner
(m)-Minute. NE Ail O r'.'.'-'fU.'i t this ':!...I I his agent vr his attorney, and any i WK\TF 11:15 A.M. lrcJ -marks mealilhe same
tt.FeeLThe Uy of Starch A. n. 194$. *u<.h claiR or dt-man4. t filed Fifth District 'I For Constable thing.
( Ito.. C 1tawyer.SEAL .'1all be void } Second District
( ) Clerk of the Circuit Court Mil FRANCES H. BAKER: HARRY L. HARRIS 1
two coronary arteries that: Monroe County Florida ". adailnistratris: nf theKstat JOSE ESPINOSA SOmtD UNDII.AUTHORIIT Of IMI COCA.COLA COMPANY IT .
By: Kathleen Nottaga of t.>waR Baker dc- -
supply the heart with blood are IVputy Clerk cease.i.. For County Commissioner KEY WEST"COCACOLA IIOTTLING! ;

so named because they form a Allan B. Cleare, Jr.Solicitor <. . AI len B. Cf>are,-.Jr- Fifth District t. For Constable COMPANY. ..
for Plaintiff Atti.rney for adinlnictralrix: ; Second District 'I., .
crown around the heart. : 41 t'l-U.A.D.l.; .|. n>art;"pr...It-:1.n U, JOE JOHNSON CHARLES G. PAPY 0194"n. ..:c... ,-"" I





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his own 'governement.Everything ,.' a., ,.:;: r ,... \ ,
that keeps the ;, ". :. ., r t
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duns supplied ammunition by the United transport.Stales. cy = < \c."ft :. f- ..' ...........................I. : 'r _? :: .- I t!

pack animals forage uniforms I r .. a. ;
and communications facilities 4S '.. .. rr.
'provided under the estimated > 'ajr .'y&-tUn. ..
$173.000.000 expendiutre. Of this '
$80,000,000 (is devoted to purely : .................. =
quartermaster supplier The remaining .>\i. j
$93,000,000 goes into I 5'S S II 1
'item. that provide firepower .-" '." ,. \ .*- .
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Skis ski I
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and waterproof clothing makes 4 I. I I
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quipped as American mountain: .' t lAP Wfrephbto) i iu
jeoldiets during the war. "
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Creek commando units already 1 6HIHLEEN KUNIN, 24-year-old Beverly Hills.. CaL. matron.isComforted
have been supplied with the by her husband. t-ury.'after a jury convicted her blmanslaughter .
American Army combat boots. Saturday, in the death of her two-year-old daugh--' {. !
Thousands more pairs are on'order tier Deals. -She was acquitted on two assault counts and was., f. t
for field and mountain units t sentenced,on the manslaughter conviction'today. .

in'forward areas.hundreds of .jeeps commandcars : I . t; .... ..... L ..-=-...:..... '- . 7 7"' ;I : ? a ? s. I 1 .II !;'

and trucks have increased: r !
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Similar allocations of food .
.- arms and other equipment have *
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a uuuuuiuwwumueninhiina ""ft B.
County commissioners! ,. at ameeting t. B
last night, derided to repair .
t several lateral 1 road in Ta- e IJ I. .
: vernier and its vicinity. .
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imary to tx held on May 3 J 1. ..' | Dimnii, 9= 11=";.. '- L( : :J .
were appointed by county commissioners ' .. e'.oA".O .
last night. \ v'i' .
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I Monroe county Democratic executive ", ,\..iivinGftoomI2VOM60. HALL e. r B ; r
I committee will hold a tv. 9r

f meeting for tomorrow a political night rally to to arrange beheld I .5 S If this can't help' -- this willi! i ;

in Bayview Park on April Btonuum ct90lQf etoaoomSAT" 2I h. p you
H. _, ';, ..t..... t"1L Voesosne . ,., :. . ,. ? .:_ . :__ -. S S S
J. J. Trevor vice president- of ,' .. >
the First National Bank in Key l .u CI i iI = , If you're interested. I if a$Rood substantial l savings It's called the Bond-A-Month Plan. With it, .
West, returned' yesterday from I I plan . you can purchase: V.S.Savings Bonds regularly p

I a held convention in Fort Lawderdale.o1( Florida! bankers,"J I-.., -- -40'-0"- u I' 1 1PLANNE If you are in business or in a profession, and eutonatitallj through your bank. .

.FOR ECONOMY of simple.rectangular construction. i I the Payroll a\'ingsPlanisnota\"ail.lbletoyou... Here's how it works: Just ask your bank to
John England supervisor bf this:'nous* of I.ISOIlUe feet gets a maximum amount .i tloo I\ This office wouldn't be much help to you. To buy you a U.S.S.nmgs Bond each: month.They :II!
'with'a minimum cifoundation tt was the I the Bond,send it and debit
registration reported today .that .pa I '. those who are on payrolls it can offer one of the purchase to you, your
the" qualified list: thus far for the Small 1 haute Planning Bureau of St. Cloud. Minru. as Plan C43. 1 I ;.. : best savings ideas ever-the Payroll Savings Plan account ft* the purchase pike.That's ::
primary election numbers 5017. With full basement. the house contains 21.230 cubic feet. If builten ,
I = for the purchase of U.S.Savings Itonds.: all there is to it! Month after month .
the south side of a street the kitchen and dining space would
: your savings will be on the increase. the cnjof :
Mrs. Qharles Taylor and children. get.the morning sun. Reversal.of plan would produce the same I But here's good news
Fie ten years,you can start collecting four dollars
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result on the north side of a street. The house can be built I
L: left yesterday for a short stay oi frame construction with shingle Qr clapboard siding or of 1 = Uncle' Sam has now made it possible for your for every three you've invested. .
in Miami. bank to let in on an equally tine sat ings plan. Join the Bond-A-Month Plant =
[ j L concrete ''or' masonry. Three bedrooms and open plan Living I ., .. you rr
Goldsmithare dining; area afford a lot of livability. '
Mr.visiting and Mrs.friends Sam in Miami. --, ..-- .. ----,-- -.._ --- -- ..- J II :5' 5 r
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i be used on Malnyon Typhus
Students in the Division street 'Typhus J Research which is considered a particularly : I ".'.: S'
elementary school today beganto I ;
I I virulent type. U. S. SAVINGS BONDS .
plant flower i in plots ancj '
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around treeu in the school KU LA LUMPUR, Malaya.- ".
grounds. [rAP).-* United States medical I! The order of battlfe: in Hornet's U. 5 .
I mission, here to do research on j Iliad as a rule is this: the h-' I .
.fKey West Hospitality Band Typhjl'.ibught the entire world j roe-j first cast huge stones.l'at Sponsored by ,
I will givtf'a concert Sunday after supply:!:of a hew drug called i. each other then their,spears.,andChtoronwcetin. I = :

noon beginning. at 4 o't-lock. on .: The drug will i_finally! _drew _Swords' *: :' .. 1<<". or -
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1- sfie wants to US left alone-with I"
Leopold Stokowsky!" :'P'J' .r> .

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I $1,400 Given By City' 1 1t' ';[Need Facilities Heavy 'Rain In 'Woman's Society 1 l'o; ; I> the Key t. West Recreation De- I,[ 21st.taut the County C.,mu* April t

I I At Of Ley Memorial School Miss Helen Taylor fourth
Jail North.Florida
H' County I. : teacher will attend the One out of every Min t pcnons .i
For Health Services Elected OfficersOfficers Bee. State Teachers' ConVen- the United States i is 85 years

\ ,i Official States 1,1 Trap Tourists this year to. be held April of age or older."Manswora" .
r of the Woman's Society &r to 24th.President .
STATE: TO MATCH\ DOL-J I of Christian Service of the i Spelling Julia Ann Gibson is obaotete for for
f.I I Insanitary conditions at Coun- TALLAHASSEE Fla, April 7 I|Ley Memorial Church were installed that Poinciana will entcr- i sworn or perjured.
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!elementary t .
OFt Lofland Leaves (FNS). Hundreds I --- - -- .
LAK FOR DOLLAR I I ty Jail by reason of inadequate of tourists by the Rev. Friday..April --
i I facilities were called to the attention were stranded in North Florida I Weaver as follows: : f i afternoon,:
THIS AM SIMILARAPPROPRIATIONS j Naval Base For of Monroe County Com- .'. in the wake of three-day downpours -' President, Miss Catherine I I pal, said at'
; mission last night by Jesse E. flooded roads and Knowles; vice president i:meeting THREE at POPULAR PRICES
j Qreech, state superintendent of'!, washed out railroad beds and I Archie Roberts; .secretary. I Dr.. Lucille
i 1 I Annapolis School convicts and jail construction. 'I j trestles.. Damage to roads alone Elizabeth Rosam; promotion Mrs.'j'pronouncan-.\ Located in the Heart of the Cify. .
i $1,400 was authorized unanimously j Creech said that the County North Florida' was estimated ii i I rotary, Mrs. Merrell son Rev. RATES InniifC WRITE or WutEREASONABLE
by city commissioner.11ut i,t i'. Commissioners should consider!i i i at $1,000,000. J I treasurer, Mrs. W. T. Daughtery; Albert Carey I AUUillO 1 for RESERVATIONS.

night to be given to the Monroe Comdr. J. H. Lofland, Jr., CEC- having some money placed in'its!!I r stands Florida's- capital J ;city, which j spiritual life secretary, Mrs;Rob-, i _The first I with BATH and TELEPHONE # I III
.County' Health Clinic. The USN, public works officer of next budget to cover the cost:; of I I I! on. a .series of .hills was'}' ert Weaver; missionary educa- ; softball j

money requested both the U. S. Submarine Base making improvements- at the i"somewhat]isolated) of an island and virtually -j I tion and service, Mrs. Earl Ham- l tary echoote : Ford MillerHotel \ i R
was urgently Pershing
; ilton local church activities Mrs.
County JaiL I ; i p. nu April
1,1'i statetneetinc and the Key West Naval Base Florida by the torrential II I
health officials a "I am not criticising the clean rams.* i J. B. Webb; student work. Miss [ Street and '
recently' held in Jacksonville. has_ been detached from duty liness of the jail, but pointing out I Only three highways out of'i Miriam Carey; youth work," Mrs. | The Hotel Hotel
.. : here and will leave about April that better and more santiary I Tallahassee were 'open to traffic.!j' Probet; children's work Mrs I 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Aye. 223 HE. 1st Ay.. i
t The $1,400 appropriation will I I and these on a limited basis. Tom Curry; supply work Mrs. 80 Rooms 100 Rooms I"
21 for Annapolis, McL where he facilities are neededCreech Rooms.
actually mean a $2.800 increase only. They are the highway to I I Albert Carey literature and I Elevator Elevator
will said. "The jailor is doing all he I ;; publication -
take radiological
in health services for the com- a three-year can and the jail is clean." I Perry south to Tampa the Mrs. Floyd Bomery.i When Solarium Heated Elevator .
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in the I I
engineering course Naval Thomasville
the State of Florida ; Highway northward
munity as Sheriff Berlin A. Sawyer said ,. r 3 BLOCKS STATION 4I
matches each dollar appropriatedby Post Graduate School. j I'i to Georgia and the Apalachi- the I
some are needed at (
Comdr. Lofland is a graduateof j i:cola Highway which motorists '
cities of the,state. over :
At budget time earlier in the the U. S. Naval Academy at the jail. He said he was unable It i could travel toward Panama I I I i rr .. .
r i a sum approximating this Annapolis with the Class of 1935. to unlock certain doors in the | City and Pensacola. Attention!.
amount was cut from the budget Later he completed a threeyearcivil ,jail. ,?I U. S. Highway 90 we, under I i: I
; in an economy move. The total engineering course at the!'i The commission promised toj j I wat r' in five places between CANDIDATES I
the j ji I! j i
I appropriated to date now totals Renssalaer Poly technical Institute. give _matter__consideration_ II j'Jacksonville and Tallahassee and Ice i COLIWENGLISH
4.800 for the Health Service. at Troy, N. Y. He cams to Key'West 'i westward from Tallahassee toj I -e_ '

: City: Manager Ralph Spalding October 21, 1946. Scouts Meet 1 It .Chattahoochee. it was announced I II
(head recommended the $1,400 in- Comdr. Lofland will be suc-: I I by the State Highway Patrol Political i
crease.! Increase of $1,40011 be ceeded by Comdr. Alexander C.I' In Catholic9 i ; Posters A A'eir: Delivered"I I:
accomplished by amending theYeneral Husband, CEC-USN, who is LaVeaga Will Be I Your Next Governor .

fund by this amount ., ing here from Chicago, com-j Parish Hall *. : Require License ICE; I -
!, has been on duty. Here On April; (
Will' Deliver
Representatives from almost all!
.' 'i of Icadmg churches civic clubs,]I\ Scheduled meeting of the committee 1 Tallahassee Much IX-(APW) 'AT T IE.JOUfTt' .
(Continued From Page One) 'Judge Albury'sSalary and youth organizations; in Key of., management of the Be careful where you put political {- : I
whether he could change xi
lots after properly he I West attended the affair held last,,Armed( Services! YMCA at Jack- posters. ; .or }I AN IMPORTANT
from :
acreage The state road department'sdivision '
P i
f night in Catholic Parish Hall byi i iI [SOn'Square was.postponed today
'. had completed the assessments Raised
: of outdoor advertising I .
the Monroe District Committee, by'; Les Davis, director from Friday -
.i>n the lots.Ciltvit Ross C. I of the Boy Scouts. I'| to April 16,"at'2 p. m. warns campaign workers that TO-,

; !)awyer said Court that Clerk there are now $100 Annually.i The program which wasdesigned | Davis 4ai.d. that Robert .Lc-:candidates' placards cant be put TAKEHOME i MESSAGE : t tII II
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the : to tell parents and group:Veaga national program directorof along highways without a
bout 300 plats on Upper
i ., leaders of )"outh.about the value, the YMCA will be here April license for each.
keys, that needed approval j Municipal Judge Hilary Al.bury's of Scouting for boys from 9 to 16 and will talk to the local The warning applies to' sign; to lie culls of Monroe County l 1:
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county :
y Alfred L. Johnson of Big Pine I salary was raised from 18 years of age included games : management committee LaVcagais posted outside the limits of mu'; &dY'Bor II
I r Key .aid that First street on the I$1,700 to $2,100 yearly by city slides, ceremonies by Boy Scouts j jI touring all the former USO nicipalities. Even with a license, 'to you

key was badly in need of im- i commissioners, meeting in regular 4 i I I and Sea Scouts and a sound,groups in the country.ZONING you can't put posters within 15 Ready-la' TONIGHT '
lie said he could :I :session last night in city j| movie of the ,activities of the j ---- feet of highways' rights of way. tinctive tat
t Wovement I
reach his home except by go- chambers. 1 j j Scout movement. Response; from,} R.nLJI.: STS Nor can you put them on tele- I I
pot I The $400 increase was granted many parents indicated that new j (Continued From Page One) phone poles or trees. Package.
I in*Commissioner over private Parrish property.said hewas by amending the budget of this''I opportunities for many more I'| not opposed to the change in Director Max Denton of the -BUT IT'S !I i

familiar with the condition fiscal jear.Milton. Monroe county boys to expert.once ., zoning. outdoor advertising division said r i
Vnd suggested: that the county I I Scout training will be forthcoming -, The second refusal was the request that means the small placards 6:15 O'CLOCK
r turveyor make an estimte of the \ Grinnell I I very shortly. It is ox-1. of Salome Chile Ledfoid. generally used by candidates ore :
I'' peeled that one Cub' for change from residence "A" useless the
i lost of bulldozing about 450 feet I j, or more virtually on high- '
I Of road. He estimated it would II packs and more troops and ships to''Business "B for her property I ways. 0
I cost t from $1.000 to $1,500 to improve Dies In BaltimoreMr. I will be organized here. at 726 United street.A _e_ I Over
I the road. The board finally Troop 253, St. Mary's- Parish petition of 18 names oppo-I -1;'
approved of Parrish's resolu- I{I Scoutmaster Antonio Martinez. ing'the transfer was
Finn directing the surveyor to and Mrs. Wm. Mcncndez was the winner of the parents'I George Allen Warren health-officer Neil Saunders STATION WKWF
estimate 1419 Thompson street received I I attendance ronlp.t. Troop 54, /told the commission that The !I
prepare 1
ALL the commission adopted news from! their daughter, Mrs. First Methodist Church, Scoutmaster his office had rccvived man)' I SIGNS ,

dirrctinfi the surveyor to prepare. Mary Grinnell, of Baltimore of I'I Ed Schweitzer conducted complaints about the 726 Undid I j, 1114 { He Sure ( ( Listen; to this; Fuel MessageAs
rUmalrs of the not of impiovitt the death of her husband, Milton a demonstration of knottying.Sea street property and thllit'> wastrying j
First street on Big Coppitt Grinnell, at an early hour Scouts from Ship 2:">0. under : to have their present 1211 1 ll' Simonloti Sired It Affects Erery Personin

Key. The matter was called to I this morning.. direction of Mr. David Myers, assisted mit to opcrato rc rokcd.twtti.eitieri PCI"I HAS THE ONLY i Monroe :
attention& of the hoard by J. Mr. Grinnell is survived by his I'I Scouts in the closing ccre- NECESSARY LICENSESIN -
Trank Roberts. widow; a son Graydon of Buffalo mony. Refreshments; were scrv- we5 nan.-c.rrr. MONROE COUNTY I .
Alonzo Cothron submitted the I'I N. Y.; a grandchild: two I 1 I ed to Scouts and guests: SRIQESMAID out ri-tw1ft lie.IMPIISASITa5CS miieau.lia/0rs i ioatutllMrtrs and I (1 il, .nat. rf.C..nJl'nf 1 I'-tHI1. (l.% h'rtcnd- 1'-Im. t-ngli-ht: ,;

pnly bid for filling; the PCt holeson sisters and a brother of Salem TUM Uetware.a TM tt I ,... . _.. __
Plaits r _, __ __
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about three miles of the old Mass. \I! Made For rarru ? - -' - --- -- -w --?-- -T -- -r-
1 road at Key Largo. On motion Mr. Grinnell was well knownin lulumlutiruaa .

1: trade by Commissioner Parrish his profession as a radio and'I.j I May Day Fete
I the board accepted the bid and radar engineer with the Federal Ic.unnttt '
directed the work to be done. lie Communications Commission.Mr. 1 f r At a meeting of the Harris wwrmuuert o.crwrl I '
bid $1800 and $2 a square yard and Mrs. Grinnell were in School Room Mothers plans were aroeAtrl. a NmsaTMO'cII
fur repaying about 300 feet of I Il' r Key West the past wint:r. ,.made for a May Day festival. Wtl W J be 2
the highway. I Body of the deceased will be I II I It will be held on May 6 on the must there kindsTelephone

A petition was, submitted by I I shipped to Kenmore, N. Y., for ground of the Harris School.
l' property owners of land on Royal : burial. Jeanne Mullms is the queen.
i It palm avenue of Key Largo to improve 1 Ornaldo Lopez is the king. K1IER X Maktt Knplts Dbop tar Fast "
the road. Commissioner A cake and candy sale will also IA-a 111aa ervamM N ae, ri pee seSAataNmaw.a 9 of Dollars ?
ParrUh said that a 60-foot road Mrs.\ E. A. Griffin be held. ratMa.n

had been dedicated. His resolution }
calling& for estimates of the I II
cost of improving the avenue Died Yesterday MOTHER'S\ DAY SOUVENIRS I

passed for a distance of half a 1 !

mile Mrs. Emily A. Griffin, 76, died is Sunday, May 9th PARTY FAVORS I }
II i Joseph Burton of Homestead : yesterday afternoon in the Key Select Your Cards !!! and BRIDGE One kind to keep your service
aid he would donate $1,000 to j
West Municipal Hospital.
and Non'rols ti L
the t'OSi of the work. lie wa: The deceased was the widow :: PRIZE ITEMS

applauded by the persons gath- of George Griffin and resided at CARDS i GO I NG,
ered at the hearing. I.1419 Eliza street.Survivors I I Everything in TOYS to II
Commissioner Parrish moved a Make the Kids Happy! i
I include two daughters i These are the dollars that are used to nm the
the resolution: cost of directing paving Tavernier estimates avenue of-i I Mrs. Conne Wells and Mrs. I II OFFICE TROPICAL TRADER I: _. ._._-_ -. bu"ineM-to meet the dayto- a. expn<*' of
: :
Emma Burgos' ; a son. Joseph Roberts
at Tavernier. The motion !I SUI'Pl.IES I u supplying telephone sen'il'e. You pay them
Griffin; three grandchildren 718 Duval St. Phone 1000 '
I passed. Parrish said the roadway I s with your telephone bill and the nickel
a great-grandchild., 1126 I j DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 yon
r would serve the Methodist) Funeral arrangements which' I I II. deposit in pay telephones.. These dollars par
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: and the public atTawnier.
I are in charge of the Pritchard I I I.I B .a .; ;, a-. .. u !! wry ,. -y Magee: to telephone workers and all other expenses
Funeral Home. will be announced ,
I I ;._ .. of furnishing you service. In addition
/' Rest and exercise, not too much later. = OPEN v ,,, ;' these' dollars you pay for service OKI* also pro.
and not too little can prevent or 1 HOUSE ::1 '
I delay- the progression of some in- I P-i videarea!'oruablereturntothe people who have
invented their in the telephone bu
curable heart diseases. money a.
I I : FOR:1:1
<'< : j
MeW Test Proved This {Ct

Grill It 1tIiet.( MONTHLY One/ kind to keep your serviceGROWING t


An JOG troubled by tfUtraM of f.-
.Mar tune s m.l Miatbir. d Utur>- t- = : These are the dollars that are used to build the
.oea r DOM the make you suttee 2 YOUR ;
tram ptia. f e| ,o nemna. vcsk. NEXTGOVERNOR -1 N business. They pay for new build *, witch
I a !- t sure Um,, ThruM LI
cj boards, wires, cables poles and other
try'twit rinUkam a Vegetable A ( equip I
Con>pouo4 to nil*.* such >ymptoOMt -
; These
merit. dollars do the bill
not Junes
la a naG innimi tea Shim = :' come t

\, C"a:4.mMffcmbly the way.brlptul Any wool' you pay for telephone service because a regulated : I

try E. PINKHAM'S gc:= : 7 IIi j. utility touch as the Telephone Companyis
.. - i in the not permitted to earn enough} money to put

I -- \ earning!: back into the bu inesa. Facilities. : for

STRAND Air-Condiliontd THEATRE 'I' / ---JJ ,: Lobby of La COllclla Hotel :e'a';'i 1. improvement and et Ianaion must be financed
with dollars from attracted '
-i investors by a

Nn w Showing"KINGS '' :; r reasonable expectation of safety and a fair'

Ann Sheridaa-Robt.ROW Cummins I {1 dLool5; : TONIGHT i: return on their iDv tlW'nt. !* i

: 7:00: to 8:30: o'Cloek) 3.Kcerjoue In order to {Veep your telephone ervireGUIISG

Suiting. : .: and GROWING: there mutt be
NIGHT SONGS I FOR WINDOW Is : B:' enough of both kinds f dollar*. This require*
Corditilly'Inrited' to Come: Ihncn
Dana Andrews the
and .Venetian blinds accentuate .
m >: adequate telephone rates-rates taLicnt io
and I Meet Carina
Ethel Barryraoro beauty of your window treat : English
ment . eliminate undesirableview & pay the cost of furnithing you telephone
MONROE THEATRE *...Insure privacy...diiiweLgU. > A service with enough left over to yield rcaoon-

..and legulat venblatteo. able return- to inn estors who uwpjj!: the.dollar

Showing Tud.ty'TUMBLEWEED TRAIL'" : Special Invitation to All : that make the }nice po>ible.:

f Eddie Dean and Horse 'Flesh'Starling -KEY WESTn'

VENETIAN BLIND COM PAN': : P.-T.A. Groups and Teachers : ;' .

Thursday 123 DUVAL STREET .
CALL 1042 for Estimates AND TE! GRAPH COMPANYor

1 Tyrone Power-Lied Darnell A (P..Utl.d\. rtl.. mnt raid by Friends' ..f fotln .:8H"h) ""

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