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 10, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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(AH Wlrepbutv: ) '[ CHARGE:\TODAY' TTK:: DAY ?rreotly visited representative installations in the Gulf Coast, .

BLACK CLOUDS COVER THE SKY and the tell-tale funnel sweeps near the ground as a tornado 1 Southwest, Pacific Coast and'.Mid-weal States. The rip proved so
I I OF STRIKE j profitable n orienting the.-medical; chiefs,of the-three services who L
rears along U.S. Highway S4 a few miles south o? Pe tone.71L Three persons were killed scores
.\ were injured and many buildings were damaged in .the tornado's passage over sections of Illinois cor A..elatea Pftti !l.arm rnernbers ,of. .the group.. and providing' them' with first-hand information

and Indiana. This picture was made by Fred R. Kocnning of Peotone. I i WASHINGTON, April 1 <0.- for their overall study: that'a tour of the Caribbean area : I

: John Lk Lewis. president.of the ::1.Was arranged. .
United Aline Workersof Amei i- Arriving here today the party {
j jI ca, said today that the soft-coal Bed: Cross Toj will includes iI
I Raul Carbonell
i Decreased [ j Maj. Gen. Raymond W. Bliss. -
City Receipts : strike is- likelyto besettled in MC USA surgeon general of (I

'II : I the next 48 hours., ifs did not Continue Drive thearmy.. : \r "" ,
Announces ForConstable I
i' amplify the statement.- j .. t -Rear Admiral C. A. Swanson; FARMER AND BABY are getting their traditional -h Net Of $15,307 In Marchf Lewis is due to appear in fed- 1 MC USN, surgeon general of the
Post[ tral court at 19 o'clock, Monday To April 17tht r Navy and chief of the Bureau of attention in the political campaign preceding: Nebraska'Revert Rpt.V
I morning to how causewhy he I Medicine and Surgery.Rear lican presidential preferential primary Top Senator
DECREASE: : : MOSTLY IN .. 'should not be adjudged in contempt I Admiral Joel T. Boone, Taft (left) of Ohio a C.O.P. presidential cao Mt ... *Hh !
I Raul A. Carbonell, better A week ago today the .. Key West Chapter ofhe. MC USA deputy: air I bearded farmer. F. E. Craig. 72. at Crate Kefc.. 3.tte.K Ea

*- .. AMOUNT OF. TAXI'SCOLLECTED I'UKLISIIEK UKATKNWILLIAM :! known as "Riley. today formally court ordered that the strikersgo American Red Cross will continue J will represent Maj.surst"On.who Gen. route to Nebraska for a round cf campaigning. G.v, -n.-. 1..

announced his candidacy in the back' to their< pits but the its "Clean Up Campaign"i Malcolm C. Grow MC; USA, air Dewey of New York. another Republican candid es tar lbs f

f V : : COM PAR.Id i May Democratic primaries for order wa --disregarded by them- through, / April 17. according to sufgeon. presidency, stops in Clereland 0.. and gets awmintiJl with ,
co ;tabe. First District. Carbon- and by Lewis. .Charles! Taylor, chapter chair-i Technical assistants who will Mary Patricia Nowlin. IS-month-old daugfcie of Mrs B. ,
I J) TO MARCH: 15U7. ell's statement says: I I I This is the 27th day since the 1n n. Duet-toil will, contact the- accompany the Committee the Nowlin (n.ftJ.) J
I "I wish "announce: "a at lifts strike began. Four hundred thousand remaining business houses and Caribbean Area survey include: .
There war a wt decrease of *'_A. oo".-.rv.*" rumors and reports seftcoal: miners are idle, and organizations that have not as Rear Admiral Paul M. Albright --.- '- -

15307.36( in the amount of receipt making.\he"rounds. that I 2T.OOO are out.on a yet contributed. Members of the (MC, USN: assistant chief

: of the City of Key WestIn I uui a canaiuate for the office of sympathetic strike. The strike. has .community who have not 8.; yet for Planning and Logistics Bu- Rioting Stopped In
in the oft
constable First District caused the laying
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March this tent in their 'gifts reau of Medicine and Surg ry.. U.
with March lost l year as Charles compared R. 1 coming May 4th primary election. of 171.000 workmen in related [urged \n d year I "I have had the pleasure of industries. to date total; Major Gen. Thomas l... Smith,
Roberts oily fif anrs director and P> holding the office. Justice of the f '
y. $8,100.( DC. USA Chief, Dental
.omp''roller, reported tnday. C Peace. First District. in which I ', ... Division Bogota "OminousSilence"
,. : .I.Is t **W- 4ro i irt a period of National ; .1 the Surgeon ( eneral. ;
At the same time, Roberts also El-: Jityccss.Will. .
the veteran constable Rav t f and Jntrrnationa crisis," Chairman U. S. Army; '
reported that th re'w'as a geniwjAft has held for,the last sixteen
wood said, Tornadoes and Admiral
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l.. mItUJ\ 191326.70 in the years ,I fully realize and know I _l Yllol1day Jjlswtb. occtivinft: 'WiWnJ i f USN/ assistant'.* chef Burayzror .2
"r r ti -, od pain'y-letIes't nd I an r justwhat-the*dctySS''&' ?",?**a] two weep iii-Stuthetuttrn.krexs. } rk'n# lisrtiy"ind--Cr ter Denial -PrevaMs .
increase uf 6,5&J4 in tho tobacco constable. If I given your'kindest
h vte ,added tremendously to hothan Division, Bureau of Medicine and:
prtoducU tax which were collected thoughtand consideration -i \ NightA *W. affected
H xtAf I' ;: suffering Surgery U. S. Navy:
during March. and elected to the said office thousands of people. The American i- Captain J. B. Logue. MCI; USN CU'ER31EVr H)1 JCf...'
Fine und forfeitures collectedin I will promise to conduct ,
lied Cross is now conducting Chief Personnel
held Division
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l Court also showed and continue the same kind of political rally ? IN (;U\'TKUI! ( OK 41 t >
Municipal j Monday night in Bayvicw Park disaster relief in all eight states of Medicine and Surgery, U. S. Two I Fires SclAlA.&B.Fish I ;
incmtkc. of 1,233.40 overMarch law enforcement, in a sober, sen-I -
an involving 39 chapters
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under the direction of the; Key of area Navy; KKPOKT: HM
I lat year. Scavenger fees sible.* dignified way. jI j Wcs tJunior Chamber of Com according to typogram received j Col. George R. Kenncbeck. DC. I KHUi.
showed a dccrwut of 91,196.79 belong to .no special group j James Murphy chairmanof .by Kew West chaoter. Because USA. Chief Dental Division.: J 200) INJIIHHI I : )
under. March of last year. They or clique and am not obligedjto merce. of additional needs now Office of The Air Surgeon U. S.Air .
totaled 14497.92 last month. a clique or faction. j! the public affairs committee, and against unknown future Force: Co. tMr Tb. ta.wiahd C,.. e I
"I have been a successful busi-. said today. needs in any eventuality your "Col. Earle Standlee. MC. Properly j jt! rKKKJTA. ('r'oixmrw. App ,I i I'.

WJre..1a"wI* ness man for the past fifteen i j Speakers will .be candidatestotcountyi Red Cite; must be ready." Deputy for Plans:, Office t -- R..11ti. d...I. out m Ui... i .

Local Chapter years and in contacting and meeting commssioncrs.and constables.justicesof Surgeon General. U. S. USA'j Fire Chief fxrny T.i its !>said .ring. Uw! aight. avid H.g,... ia
R. McCABE (above). the public, I fully realize the peace and member Executive
today that two fires which broke ,
stated the Boardi eeit lbel the i' I
that aaaatmrty
that the public should have !sober Murphy Planning '
Of Red Cross Aids I). publisher of a weekly news tee to the Committee on Medical' I
candidate out last the A. & B.
sensible and reasonable officers mittee has decided that a and night at troops wire' auw n wwet, ;
I I'rolul paper' with' outspoken political represent them at all times.I must speak, for himself l and Hospital Services of the Fish Company, at the fart vi tile arlaa114e1
views., was severely beaten -by i i Met Last Night Armed Forces:
( Of 101 three masked men on a road I I I solicit sincerely your vote and on nay respectfully 4th." I not through a representative. ,i Cap. C. C. Myers. MC USN. Elizabeth street, were deitfocrale- El TKOT...., 'KMT .| $Ifer o .

near Joliet. Ill.. Wednesday I Ii I IITresb I Planning Division Bureau of ly set by someone. aew.p.4.ete, .tahcl that ire i I.

I In rrKMlng! the work of the night. "Well they finally got Burns At i I I i occupied A'the attention mattersi of the I and Medicine member.and Surgery Executive U.Committee S. Navy Two --gifllmi<< krrcSOnr cant beta kilkrr" dur. the' UJ. ,
, of American ** i iI Temperatures I found One to the
WoA Chapter were was
Key he said
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upon regaining i i City Planning Commission :at its to the Committee on Medical IIICJR lbarr >l1ie w j
tint Crops at the executive committee consciousness but did not dab- 7:30 A.M.. E.S.T. I meeting! I last\ night, C. B. Harvey. and Hospital Services of the Arm- scene fOr one fire in the warehouse f Among Hw latter tean,< fo .
meeting:. Thursday after- orate who "they" might be. I I Plant .i'chairman, reported today. The ed Forces (>f the company and the .
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f noun. Mrs.. Helen McNeilU: executive _. oilier was in the old' machineshnp can jIIIrIea al. ai
tl meeting was also attended by Capt O. I.. Burton. MC.. USN.
I societary.. stated that HHrave I I Station- fill the pn.pcily.Tlie slight beeelary Ma'- )hail' .
A pile of. trsh anti, old' luinl City Manager Ralph D. Spalding Chief. Preventive Medicine Division ,
received service throush Grants Use i 49 alarm was Sltl'hdr.d' l at J-M
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the home service department of City : l her which had ucea neaped up f Billings . 33 and City Building Insepctor Erroi Bureau of Medicine and Sur- p in. -When the firemen arr.vdthey ar his aladt a' aij
distance from th? rear of I Sawyer. gery. U. S. Navy; IbteiMsh the
some rwlmrHTlwiarh
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West Chapter of the Birmingham .53
the Key were called on to fight both
American Red Cross. i Of Bight To Cut the ice plant of Thompson Enterpries I J Bismafk ,- j.t - 32 Cot T. F. Whayne MC. USA. fires at once. Chief Torres estimated u.: $ievtn..1 -ii.

Of that number 66 were ..scrvicnnvn. j I'I'i I Inc, burned at 140p. Boston : : .. -- ---= =_i. 32. Chief. Office Preventive The Medicine Division. the total. damage at approximately wetted. 11II;: atieaa.+. h ..:.: .
%veterans and 15 civil-1 j m. today. City firemen were called Buffalo - -. _ _. . 28'i!, INTEREST DEBT COSTLYTO of Surgeon General .
$100. 6o W ....
i : 2 VesselsThe ] U. S. eultaoes. Ma usa t
i. inns. Charter| fund in the ; Repair i effort to the scene, fire but out.made They no Charleston ._ "?_ ...-_ ... 521) :: TAXPAYERSI Col. William Armv D: Graham. -- 1, the P.tuvtae ........ .,, .
[ to put/the
amount 0143 were u'trl I forjfinancial i Chicago . u 41 Tax School District Refunding USA. f. li'. VIVEV: IftiN. t'mftrraee" a1 Auseri. .,
city has; granted the llas- i stood by as a precautionary meas- I I :; Chief HoiiMUil / + r-
aa.i.tsnfe in the form; Corpus Christi '. ._ .... 72 BoiuU i issued January 1 Office of the MC'I being(! MIll .taev sa.. ."-ii i ....
Two first : kiiv Machine Company 726 Caroline \\vic in case the flames should SurgToii: l llIN. LO,"(. BKMlirMu :
e-4 KMIUI and 1 grants Denver _. . .
43: 1937: in amount interest U. S. rcsenLaUvf, lit L.r...
$295.000 W "
>! street, the use of the spit spread to nearby building i ; Army; ft t rt
aM. masses are now Icing: taught Cross in Garrison Bight on which to There wai. no loss.' I Detroit . 311 i. rate 3':. first ten years: 4'.. second Capl Nellie J. Dcwitt, NC. :.. I L. I>aracn. 1313: ; I'ctlont't ic: uiue Uw ..e..5I...a't'hetytive -
Red ,
by member of the El: Paso _ __ '
62 ; stre >l. rpreivcd word yesterday!' .
5'r third ten USN hwhiina
cut up one small: ship and to. repair ten years. years SuperintendentNavy w I'
tint .aid instruction group.Chas. Tay- another City Manager Halph'j House Is Moved\ I ITo Ft. Worth . ___ __ 65 ;.I maturity date 1D67:) are gradually Nurse Corps; for the depth of her sl.>in-law. afn,- and c4alrererrl .Ir. +1m:
Th .r prrcrnt Earl were Hamilton. Allan : D. Spalding said today. Galveston _ 711 I| being retired. CoL Mary G. Phillips.: ANC. A. W. Yancey. chief 1J1 fri1Uu."':. ,. rs4iaS Yu.4.m .I..s I.e
bur chairman; Jacksonville __ ..68 i! USA Chile Nurse mate. U-S.N.. retired m Lan .., .
Kictl Miller Wilhelntina ,. Len Haskins reported the spit f. u ii However for the first nine and Army Corps: turn IK* Sever ,i. i.
Hampton. Location Kansas City 53 !i i Lt. Col. C. II. Bramlitt MC Beach. California. ..
GodUard was the only pot available in the New TAXi city ayOesi \<> has' I. I Ir'o
and Lee I -half it cost the -
Har\'ey KEY WEST _ ._._ ___. 7SJ om rear USA. Assistant Chief. Interment will be tn China. ::
city to do the work by cutting on? I I!i PAYERS the of interest At dawn th 'its tearpy.
. LCT. a former Navy vessel but A house sold by the city to Dr. Key West Airport .._ ____ 75'' sum without$84,075 dollar Division Office of The Air Texas his home. Mrs. A- W. Y tO- Eves UK- ;y'.:rr...
i il1rs. r-now owned by a man from Sout'i George Miller of Saginaw. Mich-!I Los Angeles . --_ l 56Louisville j I, charges one Surgeon General U S. Army: coy will return to Key West after .w.en seewuglr .o .J,..
\ Ella Brown American which were blown was moved from Watson and Virginia j . . 42 'I i payment in the redemption adminis-of any Lt Co). John F. DominickMC. the funeral. i i venture forth to ...... f i I. .

I It from a tug as it was being towed street to Laird street today.! Miami ......--- -- _-- 71Minneapolis I j 101 the principal. This of USA. Chief. Consultants had been iuMrvM! i'/b. nsw

uthvard.more than a month. I Tbe building was rolled down j _ 'n__. ___ 39;: tration under Management Branch. Professional Division, Of- Seeks Divorce : was toM a. IHM. hit) ,
Died} t April HthI, apo. White street nearly to ii-; loca-; Memphis .. n_ ___ 53 i i Willard Albury. County Superintendent the- lice of The Air Surgeon, U. S. Air t MnetM MiMtetA, a terit .. .

i[ The other LCT will be towed Ui tion. The moving was done by New Orleans .. ___ ____ 611]I has retired to date Force; A petition seekina a divorce entered the streets mmd si..r. .
Mrs. John 1'ark. 821 Georgia the spit to be repaired. As the Bruce Leonard Inc.. a Miami Jconcern. J New York . .. 331 I I sum of $115,000; of the be principal made in Maj. Kenneth B. Johnson. MC. wa.- filed yt: ;terday in the officeof ( ctint.n/jeats at wu ... ,.
ttreet, has rn.'ei"on.. of the other is cut up workmen will j Norfolk .. 43 !i I another payment to before USA. Chief, Manning Branch. Circuit Court Clerk Ross C N., iln wait ,-'DL ., '..
death of her sister Mrs. EIU; load the pieces aboard the ves. I! By moving; the house the way I j jvas Oklahoma City . 58 I I i amount of $35.000 on or Medical Personnel Division. Office Sawyer by L. M. Hood against ..f them had hsea. de.tvy\ .,

wife of Commander II. set under repair. When repair made: clear for an extension j jof Omahi . _. ------- 47 July 1. 1948 leaving a balaneoutstanding of The Air Surgeon, U. S. Elcanoi R. IIOfJd.Best taxicab di avers ncik
Brown 1 which
Bn.wiu Jr. in Baltimore on are finished she will continue her: Virginia stred.I' Pensae] __ __ 66 I of $145.000. Air Force; their automobiles. in ludlhiol
S. '1 liquidated not
to South America.! ._. amount should be Lt Comdr. A. II. NeL on.
8. Burial will be in Ailing: trip Roan"he - - 38 .
April Cemetery on Monday. Mrs.' Haskins said the job of repairjng -' 'tgluuningpllulUJlln111Uuum1uiUIifhIDAIHIf! hliI"'W J St Louis . 47 I I I later than July 1. 1952. For continued MSC. USN.. Administrative Asaistant -

Park ton said.Eesides . / and cutting the ships would I II San Francisco 50 I successful: financing and to the Surgeon GeneraL Paint Sold ForHHT ,\,>jtt l'm'h'Hoare .

Mrs. Park. Mrs. Brown I I have cone to Miami if the eitjiihad ALCOHOLICS San, Antonio . .. 70 saving interest to the taxpajei U. S. Navy; lor l'.annw' I .:

leaves another sister Mrs. Dessie.Starling. ;: not granted him permissionto Seattle ..; - 42 J;i Vote For-Re-Eect! Capt. Lee Gull )'. USAFR Pub -at USE OUR CO4VWIEn
St. Petersburg: two use Garrison Bight for the i ANONYMOUS : Tallahassee. 61 lie Relations Aide. STRUNK LUMBER YARD PACKAGED
sons. Harry and Tom. and a work. It will take about two. Tampa 63 WILLARD M. ALBURYSUPERINTENDENT Three days will be spent in TELEPHONE 816

brother. W. O. Skelton. weeks Haskinj said. I The Monroe County Croup off i Washington ___ . 39 (Continued On Page Eight) ICE CUBES
.' Alcoholics Anonymous will meetat : of I

:iiiPHONE ltl : the Parish Hall St. Paul's PUBLIC INSTRUCTION SaathcrmoiMt Garage I. U. !S. 1Sc up PER PKG.
Low Weekly Summer Rates Church. Motidav. April 12th at I H-O-T S-0-U-S-E :
ALL AIRLINES Fine for Navy Per oulIel'I All persons interested in the .William Elliott and Vera Ralston"WYOMING" ABLE MANAGEMENTBetter I 112 Auto D.* | Street Phone IW CHICKEN I iF % .IIH i
Repairs, ,
problem of alcoholism are invited ICE DIVISION' I
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PRICE TOURS CENTRAL HOTEL Station .t to attend. Qualify Him to SERVE Body and fender Work SHACK i\ Telephone No. I i
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a e h1 l1aJi1e4 Danz Jlzeept: Bob by .:' "".' 7 i '.. ;. Dewy _. s" !E Key West In
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+_ toted at Key West. Florid, a* Mcond elaaa matter best suited for this or that office., But with r i ,t,1e! c, Br EDWARD H. SIMS 1 THE CITIZEN or or

.: MKVBCR OP THE ASSOCIATED pftE1l11J statewide, or even district candidates sometimes i* The Crtiten's s Washington Correspondent APRIL 3. 19M
... Th AMOciat4 PrM Is exclaiilTely entitled toM e -
I .0.. far of'an new dispatches, credited most: of us,are !in the tryingto 1 WA JNGTOtt. D. C.-The national conventions; this year :tI t- -
+ t. I. It or not ......_1.* credited In this paper and will be the most electric in a long series of conventions. Not in :i I AMCIIer ear went off Dust
e -_ aloe the local' aewp published bete. decide who is the better or best man ina many a year have both major parties been so uncertain as _to |t Man's 0In ... on the keys ,..

;: gca.cRtrnof RATES given race. . . !1. r 1'c whom their final rnraetlenttal candidate will be. Latest'cloud]I test lirtl ......." was k urn, arcgrdisg ..
'.J oa Fix #Tear I.ntk.Tr "l:i00::: That i is a uetionit'hat.i'ill have to be I Mr of doubt was-that& which descended' 1 i lID a ftIIIWt brougkttela1 ( ..
'_ e. M_thI q ; 1.. w >..,. CWI'J, .....
I J Democratic
I., ': 1*.ek17* Uatk __ iof ors determined by residents in 'whatever way .choice. over" the. ;. f Your Horoscope J! bniau, M 1M ......... aataaaitb I
I .... Mil willa ..
they can. The Citizen -offers, no sugges- f { M-aettiilg'
'., ABVRRTISMG MATK9 ,Th O. R. convention has tRICk.I
w ._ v.....:now. OA'SCIAL tlqns,' for its choice, may be different from been a'wide 'open race for sometime I SATURDAY APRIL 10, J9U-:I _

: x TICS yours. one way try-to lean all you 1 I but only m the last month adventurous, nature fond of 1 i,i lWiIM "-' ras.ragrie
Alt raaalaa notices of thaaka, rtaolvtlonat Nave
M rar4 Democratsredhied tnar the
> rules this
travel ..
i of rM .cC obit can the men in statewideraces discovery or +ielfltea. it v tsg ie 4f
mar r A.llne; ": et0. will''f-t about by
.:. caarsMl (or at th rat of it'cau "I" 4. July. convention holds many surprises day You are likely to open some wHe es.iai M The Chem
;. .... ...A.(tc. fee_t.rtaia ar. cb rck.. frsm.:wlilchr what: the press says about! them Sr by the I I new field of trade, to exploit new eIfiIoe tips raatainS MIll .IM
a '* Ia to k* 4.rlred t real M Jtaa.. !
;.' Tk: C1lisB !. sa op.a f.rn. and laritss dl.- nature of their speeches In broadcasts. 'Everyone"'rn Washington seems r lands, or advance some new Bee was ...... .. guest vaetAisa
,_ naalra .f p m U. 1s.ues sud_ auSlJ< .. But:the statewide
ral I.t.r..1. tat It way to jpdge
will. mot p.a.U."aefl7JQQlI.
ge e.tstatnakal/.a deadlock the G. O. P. delegate!.I full of resource with great executive I j llewe.The
w candidates' is to meet them when they come vote, and that Vandenberg oc I, ability you should guard I j I'a aurvcy ofm tirokssI

Yt to .Key West. While every aspirant is Martin might creep in, possibly against a tendency to be a trifle turaditi... Kty West dixtslthe .
IMftOnNEXTS FOR' KEY WEST politically garbed so to speak. to meet Stassen.. But Taft and Dewey I t unscrupulous in the means em i I I .......... sltrred. talhug srin
= ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN might not be susceptible as most:!|!played to gain the end. ,' buaIIaa. as rulpparar elm
voters, yet it is not hard, to size.up a man AP \\"lreDbulUJ i observers think-in letting: the: : the weekend a wmk.a. IIoteIt)
::: when you meet him for a moment or longer. ,NON-UNION STRIP MINERS at the Grafton Mining Companycoal nomination slip' away to :;;, :.: 1. MOM Hotels and Apartments., third man. This produces a steadfast fitting ---- ... .
.i. In some way that we can not understand mine at Bear Mountain. W. Va. stand guard with shotguns I j I : nstauraa&a
w 2. Beach and Bathmc Pavilion. after roving pickets There is always the ;'i and sincere man or woman who..., nod 1M decre m w.
were reported to have fired shots and J.laCArthur'l
= 3. Airports--Land and Sea. completely we. are able to reach fought threat but it hasn't I, will make many friends and held only about Ie p rcvnt
,. ... Consolidation of County and fairly accurate conclusions when we meet with their fists in efforts to stop work at the mine. This outbreak sufficiently yet to list the General i them by force of worth. It gives I 1 1ja I -
was one of.the first acts of violence in the soft coal strike. as a main contender. But some]I II I active fully o..n- -8)0
::. City Governments a stranger. Once in awhile, that :;first impression -- -- - - j generous nature '
!8. Community Auditorium. ..... .v...-.-.... I high party Republicans realize alive to the world about and in away sloe;.. at a ...... yrs.ate .
: .may be wrong, but, as a rule, it is MacArthur might have a tremendous -i i f conscious of its own merits s_ h.1it ...
-." generally correct. Political Announcements t grass-roots appeaL He adds and desirous of recognition. If at'4S H tt.ibea all .....
. I another haze over the June Philadelphia travel is undertaken many adventures "-
.:s much a man may try to be
contention. are'pro1able.. Mrs. Etweed Key win)
:: MONOGRAPH impressive, his disposition will come to DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 4, 1948 J The Democrats are desperatefor been vtetwc m MMNU, rHuryesterday
the when.he ........... ... ... ... ... ... - - - _- - .- .-.- .-..- .- candidate. S I .
:. fore is meeting the public. -- - --AI a strong They inwardly TOD4VSANNIVERSARIES .
To the Disgruntled: : \ I
You can; tell immediately whether he is For Governor For County t hope Eisenhower can be
:. When you Yet' disgusted with the j Commissioner "drafted," thqugh most of them I, I I Mr. and Mts. J WiMmr Ca1M i iwo
naturally reserved loquacious, or whether -I COLIN ENGLISHFor j Fifth District know that is a long shot. Ike tiny ? (Know America) .' had bem vnrting tike !. ;
work you are doing, it is time to try he does not see eye-to-eye witli you on :' EDNEY PARKER J Ji be forced to make another an- 1794-Matthew C. Perry the I'I 2& Cs* ....... Mr. aDd Mrs. Jii..

. e some other work. every: question or whether he is ready to Governor i i nouncement in, the near future if naval officer who opened Japan's, than Cat., left yetat prday ,.
i| For County Commissioner the Demo bocm gets larger. their home m Coconut CI"Oft.I .
S : THE ORACLE. with everything : W. A. SHANDSBILL any doors to the world born in Newport -t
agree you say. '{ Fifth District There is some talk about Chief i
1 i|i R. I. Died March, 1858 I II |I
?..' In the gubernatorial race, so far as ( ) i W. A. PARRISH Justice Vinson former Speaker I|j I 1806-Leomdas Polk Episcopal j Webster Robert, local .b.*.
I Sam Rayburn, and Justice Douglas 1 j ness is m Miami far a vi111
i rinse
The Citizen is a aware every candidate is For State i bishop and church builder of the
DISCUSS WITH RUSSIA Comptroller But the first two wouldn't I j of a few day
WAR Southwest
:: I I For Superintendent (I fighting Confederate!
a good and capable man. It has been along ,EDWIN G. FRASER even suit the South much lessI r
|I lieutenant general born Raleigh. I
:' time since the people of Florida have Public Instruction I other Democratic strongholds: I j I N. C. Died in battle June 14, j{: Mr. and Mrs. Dwuftlw WllMni
The bluntness with which Americans been given sos excellent a list of aspirantsfor For State Comptroller I WILLARD M. ALBURY Therefore the Democrats are i iI j 1864 :and Mr. and MIL Laws Joanan\ '
: (Incumbent grasping into the political air for I 1822 I I I former Key Wiatois.. are .tavtrelatnrcs.
) noted
officials discuss.the poasiblity of war with I i. -George Lippard, .
the in this
governor as one primary a strong man. .
For viattitsg
t Superintendent I Philadelphia novelist hu day j jj I II
Ru/ula/, i 111 nomewhat amazing in comparison election. ", T man is described these days i,! J JI I '
.. t Public Instruction j I founder of the Brotherhood of the i '
I by many Democratic bosses an i'I Union, born Chester Co. Pa. : Today The Citizen says m aa
; with accepted Ideas of diplomatic ver- For Circuit Court Judge HORACE in
l "just not man, and even if Died Feb. 9, 1854 editorial paragraph: .
:- h1age. People who enjoy resting should not (Group One) I he finally got the nomination he 1827-Lew Wallace. Union ; 'Thomas Jones was raptaw '
mind working; without labor there can be WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN : For,Superintendent { couldn't hope to win after such a general author of "Ben-Hur of the Mayflower. ivldt.-Dtly.: '
: The. Soviet Union of set the
course, no real recreation. i of Public Instruction I repudiation by his own party born in Brooksville, Ind Died he was one of the Jones bo><' "
example by exhibiting rudeness at international For Circuit Court Judge I j! MELVIN E. RUSSELL |I that leaders. Many experts say flatly Feb. 15, 1905.
Group 7 (Monroe County) j theDemocrat's only chance is 1847-Joseph Pulitzer famed
:y i '
conferences, coupled with an un- HORRIBLE WEAPONS I to find their long-sought strong Your Grocer SELLS That Coo
Incumbent : For Member School Board ': publisher, who made the N. Y.I .
limited verbal offensive against the capi- AQUILINO LOPEZ JR. ,i Second: District 1 man.The GOP.f.will" decide; first- ,I World a great influence the STAR BRAND

;; talL tlc nations. The conversation of,high Mr Glenn I.. )Martin airplane manu- !' GERALD 'H.. ADAMS I in June. Whar: :" candidate is nom' country over born. in Hungary.
Died Oct. 29, 1911.1868George AMERICAN
officers Washington certainly matches facturer, comes into the news with "reve For State Attorney j ji. I inated at the time will directly I' Arliss, famed actor and CUBAN COFFEETry
GLENN C. MINCER i. For Member School' Board affect the Democratic convention
( ,
anything that the U8."i4nShave offered so lations" about some new weapons and born in London. Died there A Pound To.t.y-
S Re-election : Fourth District Democrats like i I Feb. 5. 1946
far. methods developed in the United States f Taft Northern'Democrats dislike j I __ __h _ I II
....* Recently, the head officers of the Air for possible warfare. For State Attorney i JULIO ,CABANAS, JR. him, favor Dewey or Martin, Rea- I 1!

f ; Force told s.Senate Committee, that ,our Number one on his \list.vis a "ardio- WEBSTER, G. WALLACE s I For Member- School Board 'son GOP some. Demos standard-bearer want Taft is as because the I j! : j.J

'* long-range bombers qdn strike'"any dart of active cloud," which "kills! '"anyone: who For State 4-Representative'For I I' Fourth District they fear others more. They GlenC. Mincer-i.I

if fe Ruvia" and get back to American bases. comes in contact with it and .U effectiveover Re-nomination I|j ISADORE WEINTRAUB or won't wrong know until whether November.they're light .

They bluntly admitted however that "this a much larger area than the atomic BERNIE C. PAPY For The Republicans want Truman
3 would not be decisive" and added',that "it bomb. of Criminal Court as the Demo nominee They thinkhey For
C. SAM B. CURRY I Re-Election .
jf ii In necessary to obtain bases.,closer to the Number two i is a guided mile which For State Representative : already be: tt.-n. Men they: :i

..; enemy than those mentioned,' has been perfected with a homing device MILTON A. PARROTT ; For Clerk of Criminal Cour fear most- but: Eisenhower most think and neither Marshall ,' :

:.; The "enemy i is apparently Russia, al- that enables!' it to "search out a ship at sea (Mickey) HARRY DONGO I will acceptThe Democrats decideI STATE'S
-. though bad I | in July. There is a chance they 11 I i
despite feeling ugly propaganda and destroy it.. The manufacturer de- For State Representative For j i -
Supervisor of nominate someone by a "draft j
<; the two nations remain at peace. clares that ships can be sunk, even if half TOM O- WATKINSFor Registration High Democratic oifitiaL{4 i : / 6 6t

I X The talk of the Air Force officials i is hardly way out into the ocean, if "we just get our JOHN ENGLANDFor know the only chance to get Ei- : TTORNEY I
calculated to the f Sheriff i scnhower or Marshall is through P
; improve prospect of long- own ships! out of the way. ,
, :2. range peace between ,Russia and the Number three involves the use of bacteria FRED O. EBERHARDTFor Judge Juvenile Court !I{I: Truman.a personal And request that might by net harry even ': ,IlIA'f:F.P IIU J igorouslv'rua e"cut+wl

,. United States, because their, remarks will weapons, some of them capable of Sheriff .I DAVID E. McCURDY !I I work. The Democrats have a.. .ill (,a/Hlal Gases; . l/f ,Strikes (

; undoubtedly be played up in the Soviet lying dormant for a time and then "mak RAFAEL H. FERRER j! For Judge Juvenile Court !,I near-dilemma in their midst. i Hard Kitties, but fair On,.

.: Union. ing the victim ill" so that he does not re (Known as Mr. Grass and Chic o) j; FRANK O. ROBERTS The majority of the population' ,
I fan l pnlr t ".1 \.1.I I cr
.i A type of "propaganda" that i is some- cover. !I of Ceylon are Buddhists. .
For Justice . ,
For Sheriff of Peace -- -
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what different comes: from the Navy This is not all, according to Brother ALTON GOEHRING i First District . 0 . . . . . r . r .8. r . rri . . -.--.
which submarines ,
reports "sighted off ourshoreE.t. Martin who that .
f says "our greatest weap- .
"Dutch" ", i IRA F. ALBURY ,
( ) .,. ; j
ons are some months away. He admits 00: *I For Re-election

that it will take two years to produce suf- For Sheriff! I

r FREE TRADE' MOVE, IN EUROPEThe ficient aircraft of the new type, but points EVERETT R. RIVAS II I For Justice of Peace j j.1' for
II County
First District i SilperIntdilddiltr
.. : i
, out that missles could be ready for use For Sheriff 'K
delegates of sixteen nations participating much quicker. BERLIN A. SAWYERFor I PAUL BOYSEN '' r

i'' in the Paris Economic Confer- The point of the new processes::; is that :Reflection For Justice of Peace .

work 'for expanded customs unions and other war comes, it will be decided within For Sheriff I GATES'*

free trade areas as a necessary step in the sixty days. We would add if both nations JOHN M. SPOTTSWOODFor -
w rehabiliation of the damaged economy of possess the weapons and techniques des- Clerk of Circuit Court !'I For Second Justice: DistrictJ of Peace I,1MELVIN E. RUSSELL

.7 the Continent. cribed by Mr. Martin, the chances are that EARL R. ADAMS !!J ROY HAMLIN I Ii I

These nations are the ones which expect the outcome of the war would be determined i i

:: to benefit from the Marshall Plan by which nation went into action first. For Clerk of Circuit Court: !I For Justice of Peace I II a .

:.; when it is put into effect. It should be I There would hardly be much of the other FRANK BENTLEY !\j I Second District .
:: noted, however that the conference left the : nation left for combat. For County Tax Assessor, SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN .
I (SAM) .
:. door open BQ that non-participating nationscan I CLAUDE A. GANDOLF | - .

join if they! desire. Laws and commandments, in the opin- For County CommissionerFirst j I For First Constable District : : Especially Trained and :

:; While it may be too much to expect ion of some, were made to guide the other District I RAUL A. CARBONELLFor ,

: there U a probability that the result of the fellow always. :
JOE ALLEN Fully for
I Competent :
II I l- ConstableFirst .
in Paris will be, in time, something I District
like free trade among the sixteen HITLER'S PLAN FOR FRANCEA For County Commissioner 1[ CARL J. INGRAHAM : A School Job :;

nations of Western Europe. Undoubtedly, First District +
J. OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor i For ConstableFirst r
this will greatly facilitate .t
the economic casual reading of some extracts District

: expansion that is'so ,neces.-1arY if they are from the diary of Joseph Goebbels' one of County Commissioner I I HARRY H. JOHNSONFor .. .'
to meet modern needs. Hitler's right-hand men, reveal that the ; First District: I I I Constable -- r.Ait .'

The example of the thirteen American, Germans did not want. a. seperate peace :w.c.SUGAR( ) SWEETING 1!I First District a .
colonies in forming 'a union in which with France in 1942. 'I i, C. FLON. ,Y PELLICIER e : s+ Qiialif! Ml ant! Ex..f'ri.I1. (.. .1 SdlOut Trarltrr :f
:For County Commissioner _
the principle of free was put, into Goebbels reasoned that it would not Third DistrictCLARENCE Ii I For ConstableFirst I Iv and S4'hool A.lmini..lntlur| g

effect illustrates the advantages that' accrue pay to make a seperate peace with France HIGGS I DistrictBENJAMIN .
.' to the people of a large area. Soma because the French would not consider it J. PIERCE .. .
students believe that For County CommusionerFifth I (Bennie) ; .
A tremendous economic binding in the event that Germany was defeated .

development t of the United States but would insist upon the peace in District For Constable .

ran be attributed, in large degree to the case Germany lost the war. WILLIAM G. CURRY First District I I The Man\ Who Gave Monroe County Accredited Schools g

existence of free trade between the forty- Under the circumstances, he reports, I For County Commissioner -BERNARD H. WAITE I. .
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eight states which make up this Union. "the amputation of France would be prac- Fifth District I I For Constable .

tically out of question." Moreover, he notes HARRY L. HARRISFor Second District I Para Superintendente de
: Instruccion
When individuals desert principles that "if the French knew w hat.the Fuehreris PuhlicaPii ) :

and act upon t the basis of expediency. they one day going to demand of them their County CommissionerFifth District Constable .

Jeff :onto trouble, sooner or later.- eyes would in all likelihood brim over." JOE JOHNSON Second District I.' ( l Political .ldrertiemeatk! .
CHARLES C. PAPY M..s..m . r . r a rlli
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,r'Ttm' Y VEST CITIZEN -. "': l'ACE #I'HREE
IT SATURDAY RIL 10; 1948 .
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Harris School 'Defeats .'; 1

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t Division Street SC1iO1'i I.\ Gene Gleason ,

h LSIi *" feaboMii3 __ft

i! \ In Softball At Ba Y yew Chapter Z1J and tarried to the ultimate decimal ft would {lease them-ft might

'the first moment that she point. \ even persuade therh to forgne
t FRo Carolyn noted that his mannerof me for that incredible garden
SCORE WAS lOTmI fully understood Eddie Gale'splans presentation despite its exhaustive party at the zoo!" .
1 for a gig6DticCami'Ut of accurcry of figures was All three joined la the laugh

I DON milZ YIELDS IN HOSPITAL?' Animals," Carolyn Martell had so casual that he seemed to be that followed.reached.
ll wanted to believe In it. But She discussing something be had carried -
I around in his mind for T1EY OnbestT2'Hal1
t FOUR nUNS IN 4TII was afraid of her own optimism months.When Framingham interrupted -a within a half hour Ip find the
bf her own aJTeclfOh' Tor Eddie with a direct question. rehearsal still in progress.. .Unwilling
!\-NING Clip. fearin that they would :Gale answired it as cogently as TO interrupt tbe celebrated
'z ,.r, : her sound appraisal :U he had spent long analysis on D*. Amen Warsliavsky. lest T.e
Softball Lttm sweep away that detail of the project. explode in one of his well-known
The Junior of its possibilities Eddie concluded
I hispresenta- eruptions of artistic temperament
ol Mrs. Jam
trr the supervision i 4hZr Eddie, who had quickly decided tion with more fg\irK-the cost they slipped into two seats&r tr.e
Hopkins Whidden in rooperatior 4 to throw all his persona'! !of tickets the precise revenue rear of the hall to watch t+xe'orchestra -
with the Public Eelemehtar} I from their sale and the net profit practicing 'on the bore
.Schools bf Key West had It .resources! into the project strode :to the loo. It came, to a neat $U.I .- stage
this morning' boldly into Framingham's office 1 I 250.B3. "
i-ond came The orchestra had just finished
Barvlew Park with latt Wednc.5- + :o s on the Afternoon of the critical I With a slow and decisive motion the first movement of Beethoven's
day ttlrmrrt. interview looking like a man Framingham removed his. Pastoral Symphony when Dr.
1 glasses and leaned his body on
matched had outdistanced" Warshavskjr, standing on the po-
Division Sit e e t whose self-confidence I the desk.
3X I
dium in an informal sports jacket.
against the Harris SchooL This his fears. "I think you're right. Gate he unleashed
one of his blasts in the
tmw Ilarri had the better team "He's ready to lick his weight .said positively, "and I'm giving I II direction of the 80 men.
.of 10 to 4. I carte blanche to ahead on .
with a top score in -wildC"ats.C3tol thought as you go 'D.i derheads! Country-fid
this with Miss MartelL""Good
Solomon and Salgado made.two is.-S' the Walked somewhat less conftdentljr 'I heavens!". Carolyn confided -I dlers!". he stormed. "Is it Beethoven -
ruM in the first for Harris and at his side. "Only I hopehe'll to her astonished inner be- you re playing" ? Jive, it
Don Cruz one for Division Her s. realize that he's not talkingto ling."The robin has out-stared the sounds more like! He raised his
nondre came in for the second wildcats. Corporation lawyerscan ." hands heavenward In a distraught
end Joe Pineda in the third foi be even tougher." I "There's just one limitation I appeal. "What have I doneto de-
Harris. Al Roberts made Divis She was surprised and pleased would like to place on this enterprise reeve this plague of discords? A
ion' oecond run and Rodriiuej to see that Eddie did. not Tely ." Framingham added. "In sacrilege against"the spirit of agreat

another In the third to tie the on mere assertiveness. when they any-publicity involving Dr. War- withering composer glare!on He the tuyed fim vio.a
presented the .Carnival plan*1.0 shavsky or the orchestra you musthave
match at 3 all lins. "You! Throw
away you--
the museum chihman.. his consent. He. smiled. "If
llarrk boys copped four run Gale's first act- when they had Dr. Warshavsky chooses to ana- fiddles-your true vocation is the
in the 4th musical He his baton
cft Pitcher Don Cruz Eaw< flung
passed the social preliminaries lyze a chimpanzee to promote the andstalked
and 2 more in the Cth, {AP tvneptwto) was to remove carefully-typed carnival,'I assure you that I shall fiercely to the floor "
into the
Al Roberts ran in to home notebook from his inner coalpocket. not interfere. wings."Maybe

plate again for Division in the OFFICIALS at SU Mary's Hospital r "Do you think we'll have any we picked the wrong
day, said Eddie, looking
Oth. but Pitcher Cilbert Gateand While Framingham leaned back trouble signing him up?" Carolyn appre-
la Caizt I1U say a patient hensively at Carolyn.
in hit.swrveL chair, his -pince- asked.. .
of HaV-
llenrlquez "
Catcher dmited there is belikved t* be nez glasses hiding the expression "I think not* Framingham "He does that every day Carolyn -
Divisiot- :
ris were not ollowing br. John B. (JcckV Sutherland around his eyes. Eddie launched Said "I'll present the matter to assured: him. "It's his"versionof
; many runs. into his proposal. Carolyn decided him by -telephone and you cancan intra-mural athletics.
(above). J3-ye.rld head coach Still 'somewhat
For Division Street: Pitcher that the Museum chairman at go out there this afternoon to apprehensive
Don Cruz; catcher, M. Roque. of the Pittsburgh Steelers. pro- that moment resembled a bored discuss the details Eddie walked backstage and introduced -
For Harris; Pitcher Gilbert fessienal football team. JailerR. cat studying a robin 'on a low I "Is he at Orchestra Hall?" Ed- himself to the conduc-'

Gates; catcher, lI riqurt. F. Crice at Baadana. Ky_ bough while he tried to decide die asked. tor."Oh. "
the animal carnival
whether or not he was hungry "Yes they're rehearsing for tomorrow's man
Umpires: Joe Louis and John said the man was found "wad enough to pounce. I regular concert." Fram- said Warshavsky quickly. "That's

Cruz. ing around" a muddy field Wholly absorbed in ?its presentation ingham. You can catch him fine, that's wonderful" great

.................. near that town Wednesday, apparently Eddie displayed no con right after they finisJi. lark"You it will won't be! mind sharing the
I In a date. cern over Framingham's watchfulness "I've been thinking.Carolyn
I Instead, with an occasional said: tentatively. lot of the bill with some trained seals?"
FOLLOWING glance at the notebook* he. women on the museum'COmmittee Dr. Warshavsky laughed loud-
2 Games detailed every phase of the plan. are also members of the orchestra ly. holding his sides.
THROUGH SundayAt The dates of the Carnivals" the I committee-can we call on themto "Mind trained seals? Me? L
rental of the hall the cost of.the support the carnival?" who have" spent my life training
Br Local Stadium supporting, artists, the publicity "Of course-they'll be invaluable seals? He laughed again. "And
expenses, the exact amount need-II ," Framingham said. His face my can't*even juggle a note
PEDRO AQUfLAR ed to print tickets-every item betrayed a rueful smite, crossedby at tehearsals!
.*.*A.***.****.*... ** There will be two games of wasl set forth in minute detail unhappy memories. "I'm sure I ITe be .Uawflo't

.; <**Ono Yw Ago in Sports baseball at the Municipal Stadium - -, -- -- --
1 **, (Continued) tomorrow.The !
JANUARY' 15-Batting aver first game, starting at 1a. .*A Return To Mickens VFW I I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS

i'ages in the Island City Basebal : m. will be between the San I! (Know America)

'League on this date:' Vilareal Carlos and Subron 4. Diaz will Post To InstallOffice's'sunday I i Francis Perkins. U. S. Civil

Lj.5IO; T. Atanzo. .3B5; A. Acevedo itch for the Sari Carlos and Lucas SerfdonTFeat-ed I Service Commissioner, ex-jecre-

. .370; Rueda .353; Sterling, ..344qnt.nd for the Subron 4. I tary of labor, born in Boston 66
. Robert*. .341 In the second game will seethe In Swiss Decree years ago.
JANUARY 17-Standings' ofroute USS Gilmore tangling with Walter Pv. Mickens VFW Post
Clare Boothe Luce, former congresswoman -
Class A Basketball Leagw the Pirates, Haines will pitch for 6021 will hold its installation to- from ,
he Gilmore team while Salin- BERN.--AP). Several Swiss morrow morning beginning at 11
un this date: Red Raiders won 4 in' -New Yorlc 45 years,a .o.
lost 0 USS Wilkie won 3, los ro will dc the chucking fur the newspapers have protested decree o'clock, ..with the.Auxiliary being : '
: of New
-- VFW llarne 1' Lindeberg
< Ke 'ir atess f'.I! f of Justice installed by visiting
1: CctPCotart Tl<*T 2; ? by Department auxiliaries from Miami. 1 York noted architect, born Bergen -
11 i I'V' **\ Trtmit won 3, lost 3; Key whereby foreigners em!> .!I I i The men will be installed bv "Point N. J.. 68 years ago.
West Radio won 1, lost 4; U.S One4\haute * Switzerland tray not- IOy-'j!I Past Post Commander of VFW I Dr. Charles P. Olivier of the

Mann, won 0. lost S. jobs without police. 1 Post 3911. "E. C. Haury 1 University of Pennsylvania, f.L 1-
.S Class B: U.S. Army won I won. i> The following men will be in- ed astronomer: born in Charlottesville -
\ tort 0; Jr. Conchs, won 3, lost 1 SPORTS QUIZ lOne paper calls it "a return to stalled: Va., 64 years ago.

i Osttrhoudt Wcdves, won 1, lost rer dum." But the department Jose H. Planas, commander: Ir- Dr. Leonard G. Rowntree of

I 3;, and Romero Electric, won 0 1. Who won the U. S, Golf Openin I says it is intended merely to- prevent vin J. Carey Sr.. vice commander Philadelphia, noted medical
lost 4.Girls. 194T? "harmful fluctuations"' on Leon E. Ke'ly. Jr., vice commander scientist born in London, Cana

League: High School 2. Who was U. S. amateur the labor market caused by the ; Audley Cash jquarter- da. 65 years ago.
t Varsity eon 4, lost 0;. CYC Won hampion in 1947 (golf)? I. large number of foreign workers, j jI ;I i master; Samuel Welters adjutant -! Horace V. Gregory, poet-critic,

3, Ul 1; High School "B", wor, 3. Which hockeY learn won tht I mainly Italians who have en- I I' ; John E., Mounts, chaplain; born in Milwaukee, 50 years ago.
1, lost 3; Lion Club. won 0 and Stanley Cup in 1947? i tered Switzerland since the k ar. ;I! Louis C. Smith, Eugene Roberts Edward H. Little, president of

lust 4. 4. Who won the NationalLeague I | and John E. Mounts, trustees for Palmolive-Peet Co.. Jersey City
JANUARY 17-Key West High batting championship in Troop 52 Scouts l'I three years and Rupert Curry, N.' J., born in Mecklenburg

Behoof Vanity basketball club 1947? | officer of the day.Refreshments { County, N. C.. 67 years ago.

won over the Drowaid High b: 5. What was the score of last On Hike Todays L i will be served. I John D. Hertz bf Chicago and

a 54 ta 29 teat: e. The high sfcoren /ear's All-Star gamer 1 1I after both installations. I New York banker. founder of

I were Parra 13, Sweating 1: Plan For Camp'I the YEllow Cab born in Czecho
f 11.JANUARY. ANSWERS I The Free Territory of Trieste is slovakia. 69 years ago.
. ,e>t.ttcl Papy THE :
_ I 20-Blue Sox wor I SCRIBE JAY WEST *. Barter ths size of Rhode -- --
1. Lew Worsham. By .
a over the Trojans 3 to 0 after 11 2. Robert Rierel. Scout Troop &2 !! Island. I Subscribe to The

. I i IftRi",!. Lastres won. allowing 3. Toronto Maple Leafs. Troop 5! held its regular meting R

J two hits, and Charlie Albury lost 4. Harry Walker dPhite), .362. Thursday, April 8. The meeting -

. B. allowing three hits. Red Raider. 5. A. L. 2. N. L. 1. was opened by the scout oath,
won over the Pirates 5 to 2 law, and motto, followed with the
J Sweeiing won and Williard lost SOFTBALL pledge of allegiance the flag.

j' at Roberts hit a homer. J. Garcia JUNIOR Charles Taylor, chairman of the
and C. HcrnanM SCHEDULE Archie Potter, .
:I D triple and Alonza troop committee; r
dez double each.JANUARY Bayview Park Field assistant stout commissioner and

I % -The Pirates WEDNESDAY, 3:45 .M.- Ernest Avila, assistant scoutmas-

:I baseball club, withdrew from the Harris School vs. Pbinciahr ;ert were special honor guests at

S M Island City Mast-ball Leatue.i Place School. the meeting.
Chairman Taylormade..a short gjSL'S.
. Manager Sanchez says he will _
talk to the troop. that
play future in the Navy -
. 'I a Yard,, TODAY IN he was very pleased to Gee: such a

. \, s JANUARY 23-USS Wilkie (Know America) fine attendance at the meeting.
announced a
won over the Red Raiders at bas- 1608-Capt. Christopher New- Plans were met I
The troop
I t- ketball 48 to 36. port returns to England from Virginia troop the hike Division today.street school at
JANUARY 24-Batting aver- with a shipload supposed to '
. ? 8:3t and hiked from thereto .
a. m.
ages in baseball on this date: Vil be gold but turning out to be Roosevelt boule-
the pines on
. lareal. .480; Alonzo, .400; A.-Ace. worthtless earth.

. a redo, 360; Roberts .363; Rueda 1841-Horace Greeley's N. y vard.Scoutmaster Ramon. Gonzaga
tt353 Baker .333 and Sterling.. Tribune first issued-ah epoch in
. ; announced that the troop wilt en- .z Y
American journalism. Camp Oaken
at Boy
23-The Island Citj 1866-Society for the Prevention Tampa for two
. Baseball League voted to continue of cruelty to Animals incur weeks Borein this near summer.A .

. w play at the Stadium with I porated in New York. weight lifting club will be

. out the Pirates. I 1869-Justices on the U. S. Su- started shortly, it was also an
JANUARY 25-High School preme Court fixed by Congress at nounced.
. L basketball team won over Paho- 9-had been 11 and 8. Assistant Scoutmaster Avila

. .. kce, 54 to 12. High scorsrs wtre 1892-500 WyomingArizonacowboys led the troop in ham and egg-

. a Sweating 18, Para 12. set out to exterminate' and other scout songs. Avila
JANUARY 27-Navy All Stars cattle thieves.1920Outlaw. told the OO's.i order to be & *
. lost to the Pirates, 10 to 7, at the I strike cripplesrail true scout a boy must live up to ..
. ** service throughout the East. law an motto
I Navy Yard., Salinero pitched forI the scout oath
the*.P\tates".nd Hewitt for the 1940-Belgium announces her Once a scout always a scout.
intentions to remain neutral. needed to'complement -
for are
. s Navy. tit gafoe was played obtains Ten boys
1941United States 12
is hs beMfit .f the polio fund. Denmark. the troop Boys frpm the steady saver who

. I 14 DaiWrt poled a homer, dene Al- Greenland 1942-An base American from merchant up are urged to attend. reaches the goal of financial security first.The fellow with

. R bury 'a ,tripled as did Byrd and hit ship sunk by enemy sub within Government scientists estimate get-rich-quici" ideas seems to make amazing progressat
. lIewitHewitt and J.
. ? a double each sight 1945-Five of Florida.Allied armies sweep that an actual calories food intake capita of 1,900 re I times,but like the hare he's left far behind If you wantto

I i I .. At the Stadium, the Blue Sox toward Berlin along a front of to quires 2,000 that about per.200 eateries follow the surest road to success,start a savings account
and Red Raiders played an 11-hi- 180 miles. retail dis !
some must be available for and keep growing!
. nthl'" tie. Lastres struck out 1946-John L. Lewis walks out tribution.
. li.* 1C ,batten. Mauldin hit a double of conference with mine owners.

. b and A. Acevedo a triple. 1947SecretaryMarshall informs ) . . . . . *
Meidor and pitched Molotov that, in COFFEE
} Sweeting Russia's STRONG ARM BRAND
I for the was. of SovietAmerican n.\NI'
Raiders and, E. Albury view of failure TRIUMPg THE
s behind at Key West
. the plateM.- Acevedo Commission to agree on
. i ;.'I the catcher for Lastres. Korea we will act independentlythere. COFFEE
Member of She Federal Insurance CorporationYOUR
. &I:-Jt (to .13e Continued). HILL*- Deposit
.t Aafeihbryonic stock exchange Slgmuhd Spaeth of New York,
was ibaugerated on Wall Street I musician born in Philadelphia AU Grocer
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f*GFr' i'QU? .; -!-: : -. THE KEY WEST CITIZ$37 SATURDAY, APRIL 10;: Jg ,*? :

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:;.i ..x. .: '-Diplomas 'For ;cI....... .. ........:__......:....../ .llImlllllllll1nn"AftII lIIIlmI1lIDUmlmlIUIDIJIIJtJIII .rte Rowans VisitiltMr. -4
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1. ..: ..*,:.:.Sp(mish *Pupils* [i ;: CLASSIFIED ADS 1 1E ., Mrs.. hl *-, < .f.. *t!

: In San Curls Mr. and Mn. Lloyd G. ,! ; :

612 Ashe street, have as 1
=.. 'r ,. Pupils of the adult departmentof I. : it. : Information for the Advertisers ; guests the Misses .i JI
San Carlos School'will receive T -. : Mary Rowan and Patrick .

Spanish certificates on Monday __= BATES 'is 3c a word and the minimum I DEADLINE -I The Rowans arrived hot' .. .' _'I
'April 12. at 3:30 p.- m. Regular TipsAdvertisements charge for the first 15 wordsor To insure publication copy day and will stay Jn the ., :i'
; Instructress Miss Benildes Re- Ii under this less is 45c. i must be in the office before 11 g City fee two wets befturning .. ta. i,
_J' '. .. mood will make the presentation Ii head will be,inserted in The PAYMENTPayment I o'clock on the day of publica- E to their KiB Moa.- .'1 :
'to the class. Mrs. Janice Whit- !Ii Citizen at the rate of:2c" Word for classified ad- 'tion. E home. The Re-wans rail ., .

ing will talk in Spanish on I I.Jct I for each; in$err iq;,,fbut.the vertisements is invariably in 1 OFFICE West a garden paradise. v.
; t""Frl dshiP' Ties Between the i minimum charge for the firs{ advance: but regular advertis- I Business office in The Citi-

fir JJniiod-States and; : CUba.*' Carey 15 words or less*Ilf'30c!"' II -fs trtth4 ledger accounts may ,, zen Building, corner Greene g To W e4 . ,tAn ;
R. 'Thompson will speak on a Black< Face Tyv "f- ). )' '}re' th'elr. advertisements and Anp Streets. Door to the Apply '
......e*i rjRariAmerican' theme, and Mrs. 'The. rate for blackfacetypejnuiaaanninuiniwnH phargect ." right on entering building. I -

...*!"f>r'Jl''EMcLarhcn Will say some CI ___________________,____,______,____u_,--.------------.--.-..--.-.---.-- .. _ application for a .s,.
. words of appreciation in behelf llWaJlIIIWIWIUDWlWIIr'.uuuIlllWUlil'DnHHHIIHI1"" license was filed in the off ;c i

,, r'! Mi ** w-' ALL ADVERTISING IS ACCEPTED Under,the following conditions: la the event of error in advertis-i County Judge Raymond R.! .... :-
> <- The "Cuban consul will make iaf/trajuUat or ct The Citizen will be responsible only for the first buertioa in CLASSIFIED yesterday by Louis Torradev ,,. .
'* --'", ,- they presentation of certificates ADVERTISING. and in DISPLAY ADVERTISING for only the actual amount of space occupied by and Irma Elvira 19, both of*T _" ... 'j
f and will address the students. Division street. :. ,
, tl* part of tat acl. rti> mat_ where ta.,error occurs. .
Those to \\'hom'certificates! -- .
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: will be awarded are? -
Second year students: Janice N.C.CS. l!
f j LeLand' Whiting ah'd Jean Mc- ,!
: Furnished Garage. Apply at 818 Olivia. Coca-Cola ice box. Four doors.Ponce's .
Larnan. cottage? couple only. 1021 Dural Strwt ti : -

' First year student: Fern Pres- No pets. Apply 1128 Margaret I apr8-3tx Bar-B-Q. apr8-6tx DEFENSE FORCE '.; ,
;:. '., ton" Huff. Esther Light Carey Street or Phone 846-J.
..' Redman Thompson Blanche T. . __ apr6-5tx Remodeled furnished one-bed- One electric Electricmaster Wal- PROGRAM 1- .
*- Duncan, Francis E.:Cross. Merle ;, room house. $125 per month. dorf stove, four burners, oven

Fleming Holland. Leila Pace, Cottage couple. Newly: Call 1317-R. apr8-3t white enamel excellent condi- SATURDAY':;.t-
. Hennas Gibeau. Clara Kranich tion. Sixty dollars. Call at
decorated Tel. J021-J. ; 1:00 P.M. 6:00 PJ L-PSettia;
: . and'Andrew Shliakis. '* ,Modern 2-bedroom furnished 1100 Southard Street
aprlO-3tx; Fishing (sign uo in advSUNDAY -
' . Classes will be Resumed on : house May 15ih to November apr83txFor -

'I Monday, April 19; at 3 p.- in: in HELP,WA1T&D FEMALE j I! 15th. Adults only. $85 monthly, 10:30 AJML 11:30 A.JrL-.Cw. .
San' Carlos Building as an additional I I with generous rebate for upi Sale-One National cash reg munion Breakfast WMe

:' work for the. present, Sandwich. ''girt*"Ponce's .Bar-B-Q.I i keep. 3411 Avenue E. ister. Original cost $1,500. Will Hat Club, U. S. Sub ']U.
school term.Visitor.
apr9-2tx sell for William I
$100. Curry'sSons .
.apr9-.3txl (2nd Sunday)
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& 1. I
Co.. 611 Front Street. 1:00 P.M 7:00 p.M.-r..r. .
4: ): 'Civet. HELP t1 .1riALEk- |I Two-bedroom'house for couple or apr8-3tx Trip (sign up lit advat ,

4 : .* '-** -with ones child. Call.. 1185-R. Information services. ,
: : Surprise Party Experienced mea',make I I. apr9-2tx 1947 :Harley 61. overhead valves. city maps. t .

.. .,;> ....-. .. ., "! *' .Cubutil*. 41.58 per hour.ate.elJ' 1201 Olivia Street. apr8-3tx Religious literature,
: A surprise luncheon was held work Free' sleeping Two-bedroom home available. telephones stamps,wrapping: aad -
,J at- ,the home of Mrs. Harold : i April 15 to Sept. 15. Complete- J mailing packages. railwar'" .
1937 |
rUe Buickith'1946 four
Cuban-American motor
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:. Kuchri In honor of Mrs. Redford.woo' quarters ly furnished. $125 per month.! service, laundry pkk&jV-
C*...Slf B. :.lOth St. Ft. Lauderdale : new tires, $600. New Speed-
5 is Returning tQ Vancouver, Apply 1120 Seminary. available to all defense'feree*
n.. apr9-4tx i Queen washing machine $130.
: ; ,Canada, after a pleasant season .I ,. . apr8-10-2tx'I I Dining $25. One and their families. 4' 4
room set up-
at her daughter's home Mrs. I I MRS. E. S. COUGHLK
. Noli of Key West. Salesman -Protected territory Cool, airy house for adults. until I holstered chair, $15. Crosby Executive Serrdnif.
Those whQ attended were Mrs. tot'man of proven ability. In!} January, U'9. TeL 1021-J. combination radio-phonograph. MISS 1ULDA CASTILLO;'
Nolte, Mrs: Redford,- Mrs. Fow addition to complete line of I t $40. Hollywood bed $20. New Secretaa
. let Mrs Creswick and Mrs. building maintenance' materials I aprlQ-3tx.l I|. kidney table, stool mirror, $15. a1WIuit's

"Kcuhn.. we feature such nationally 4-bedroom, furnished home on 46-1 Poinciana Phone 1181-J. .- .1 _, JIiJ J,'>. 0*"
Mrs.. Redford was presented known and appro"ed'oorinr large lot in Rood residential apr9-2U .":t
ib'a going-away gift. products ,.as Plastic Rock Sy- section for period of 6 months Doingt
lox. Quarter sand Flo-Tile.. from April 15th. Johnson and Motorola auto radios to fit 211 cars
Write United Lab, In ., Cleveland Johnson. aprlO-tf from $42.50 up. Completely in the .

The Weaker 12, Ohio for complete details stalled. Bridge Radio 650 NW ARMED SERVICES
aprlO-ltx wAI TO RENT 1 I
<< 5th St, Miami. mart.I 01(1I
I I Y.M.C.A.

.Trtick.driver=salesman. Good pay. Wanted To Rent-House or apartment -!! Male and female canaries. 131 Jackson Square. Whitehead
FORECAST Opportunity for advancement. furnished or unfurnished.I'| Johnson Street. apr9-3U and Southard Streets
Key West and Vicinity Showers Sen-ractor; trailer''experience Must have stove, refrigerator;I IfIi""IIUIIIIIiI_"_.__

- 'and afternoon occasional and thunderstormsthis tonight Part-. necessary. Apply in person.II bath. Minimum 3 rooms. Ap- .,' Two-wheel luggage trailer. 4' x T Saturday .

ly cloudy Sunday.' Not much Cabrera i Wholesale' Grocery.aprlO3txc ply Box 25, Citizen. apr7-4tx i ij I Good condition. 330 Elizabeth 8:00 P. M.-Movies.

temperature change. Gentle to : apr9-2t 10:15 P. M.-Second Show, feature .
moderate, easterly wands. > > ,j House or ground floor apartment i i, announced at the Chill.
Florida: Few showers and ., ...HELP WANTED I furnished ,or unfurnished, if White outside paint white enamel i. Sunday -
thunderstorms' over soutH and MALE,AND. FEMALE > ] r'on blr. Permanent couple. $2.75 gaL Doherty & Co. 9:45 A. M.-Java Club, discussion -.
P central portions this i I Call 568-J. apr83txI 846 Olivia corner Packer. Ca.: Group. i
b$hf nvisb partly Ifludy joday. Will. tUrnish fbom and use of 1597. aprlO-t 11:00 A. M.-"Go t4. CHt -
t tonight ftnd Sunday. q kitchen 'to -coupFe for about Unfurnished two-bedroom house' P.... ." r J
K. .. so warmnorth portion .today, ..three..!]ours housework*per day. or apartment. Must have stove. Four-burner gas stove, like new. 3:00 P. M.-Classical-' Hour, sei
,;.:,, olbcnvUe little. change. tem- Writ Box' 513'' Key West*Gni- fend electric refrigerator. Write used very little.10.. 801 lections announced. *
.. .S.Petztwe;-I c ictu, ; a _. ? ,anrJO-6tx Box 827. No children. I Catherine Street Phone 1334-J 9:00 P. M.-Fellowship,Hour,*Q
0 East Gulf* of Mexico.and Jack- apr8-6tx. aprlO-3t the Patio. Community Slack
: i's', .,rtonville 'through the; ?Florida . ,' WANTED.TO.BUYGood .. a ing.. Beatrice Moreno at'OK"
: Strains Gentle to moderate east I FOR RENTAPARTMENTSFurnished Magic Chef table-top gas stove Piano. v ?.
'5 to northeast winds today and tonight used car,' around 30000. $40. Crane Champion gas water 10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour. .tt.
e except moderate, occasionally ,50-2;poiri iana. aprlO-3t apartment 3 rooms heater. $45. Perfect wor un Camera Club meets cap
?fresh northeasterly winds extreme and bath Maid and janitor I condition. Phone J595-J; or 912 Thursday at 8:00 P. M.
: north portoin. Moderate ION WANTED service linens and utilities James Street aprlO-2t G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Ssj-
easterly winds Sunday. Partly ""SrruA. furnished. Summer rates. Cor- vice Organization), every .Sad
cloudy weather with few "-showers .. al Hotel Apartments, oppositePost I FOR SALE-USED CARSI and 4th Monday. -
central portion today. .. A.I.BARTENDER Office. apr5-10t Game Room: Chinese Cheer

_Jacksonville to Apalachicola: SoberReliable.. .Expert Mixer. 1937 Tudor Ford. Motor excellent era, chess cards, ping-pongp
No small craft or storm warnings Wouht*like permanent,position Want a clean. cool comfortable ,Good buy at $275. Set writing desks
have been issued. in,*ef,WIlL. Write m* at. 4312 apartment? Southwind Cottageshas at 5-2 Poinciana. apr8-3tx magazines>>, various table garner
SU. Taznpa 3. Florida has % kitchenette I etc.
Marguerite > apart- 36 Ford. 4 new tires
ReportKey : William E."Da:Cr teau. ments at summer rates. Sorry,I Good motor, good fenders spare. Showers tennis rackets>|aif
.. _. apr9-2tx no infants, no pets. 1321 Si- body fair. $250. 1215 clubs fishing lines, cameras, ...
West Fla. April 10, 1948Observation monton. aprlO-ltx I checking service film
garct Strect-
apr8-3tx packer
.( taken at City Office. I i I*. contemplating moving to mailing and wrapping
8:30 AiL:, EST) I Key am 'West and offering a bookkeeping Completely furnished apartment.I, 1946 Packard four-door sedan receiving messages phone bodtbs.
T..petttun"Jligh No pets no children. 628; stamps railway express service
I ; ,small busi- j Super Clipper. Radio heater available to SERVICE PERSON
: Si' yesterday L------- '83 nesses: rWiirtecpyour entire White Street. apr9-tx I overdrive excellent condition. NEL

Lowest tast.1 ght su .J '._ 13 supervise present_ 1311 Laird Street Apt A. Lcsleigh Davis-Director. '
Mean- h_ ____ __ 18 ljelprmak6. up : tax jepoils, Apartment in finest location.t'I apr9-3t Gerald Pinder-Program 9i!
. t Normal K :.:i_ __ .__...:.L:_:. 75 statements, etc. Reasonable Beautifully equipped. $150, including -I rector. *
hPrdpitatloa monthly fee basis. Write fend utilities. Write or inquire -!11941 Master De Luxe Chevrolet. Beverly Buchanan Secretarj.

Total last 24 hours>k_ .00 ins. I'll call on you. D. M. Dominica 1124 Whitehead Street I Phone 395-M. apr5-6tx Doreen Cruz Wef'IS'ieD
Total this month -::s_ 4.22 ins. 4104 Ponce de Leon'Blvd., for representative who will Desk Aide.
Excess this::month: 3.78 ins. Coral Gables, Florida. show it. apr9 2tx 1946 Oldsmobile. convertible h>- ,
.,. Totalthis Seat1:: 7.30 ins. aprft-Tt dramatic 9500 miles clean MISCELLANEOUS
co Excess this year -. 2.13 ins. FOR SALE throughout perfect running
R,latiT* Humlditf LOST condition. Guaranteed. Renna. Alicia B. Carv eil. Realtor. 16 Mc-
at ':30 AJ4. Dining room chairs table: stove 1321 Simonton. aprlO-lt Clory Arcade. Homestead Ffc,-
72Buometer', ., -" fry-a-latcr; broiler; other kit- rida, lit your property restseil
Lost-Reward if returned: IladJo"s chen items. Very reasonable.Call .
I BABY CHICKSI lease. mar27apr3-l
icy fle. Serial No. 73610. at Ocean View Dining
(Sea L Ttl) irS0 1.jt. I
license No. 2467. And Iman's
tag room. apr5-6tx t Started Chicks, 2 to 3 weeks old. Specialists in washintf raacane
Serial No. 'I
Tomorrow's'. Almanac bicycle. 4- N. H. Reds and R. I. Reds. 100', repairs, all makes. Whilewringer'
82897, license tag 840. C. B. 1947 Cushman scooter. $100. Good
Sunrise .. : *.6:09 a.m. bloodtestcd. finest qualit rolls. The TraderS.
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Sunset _ u _. _-_ 6:48 p.m. Harvey, 518 William. SL, 831-W. condition. Apply 1123 Margaret $14.95 per 100. Send money or- Phone 1431, 130 Duval St.
Moonrise _u :_ 7:28 a.m. apr7-4tx Street apr6-5tx der. No started chicks shipped aprl-tf
Moonset '_ -9:02 p.m. COD. Give express: office.
Yellow Tabby cat in vicinity of Almost new living room set. 9x12 Supply limited. Rush order Dressmaking.: Specialize in bo;*'

TIDES I Front and Simonton Streets. If rug. Call 54. apr7-4tx Quality Poultry Co.. 4415 Mon and girls' clothing. AHeratMBi.Mofttzelk's .
Tomorrow: found, return to Key West BoatYard ticcllo Rd., Columbia, S. C. Dress Sboppc Ml
(Naval Base) Yacht Tramp. Reward.I White outside paint white enamel -I' aprlO1j Fleming St mar24-36U
aprl0-3tx $2.75 per gal.; lacquers, clear
(Eastern Standard
High Low Time) and colors, $3.25; and $4.15 per j POULTRY Register for placemen Homestead
Small black gal. Florida tested roof coating Empkn' : Ser\Tcc.'M
10:25 a.m. 4:15 pocketbook. in No. men
. . 11:49 pjn. 5:17 p.m.a.m. 2 bus April 9th. If- found, 75c per gal. Doherty & Co. 846 I Baby Chicks, blood ted Leg- McCrory Arcade. HomcsteeA
please return to Mercedes B.t- Olivia cor. Packer. Phone 1597.mar25tf. horns. Reds. Rocks, unsexed Florida. phone 2$9-W, Pl-othf''

t, .3 .;:... ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I ancourt, 706 Elizabeth Street,'J I I $7.95 per 100. Heavy mixed attention. mar27; aprS-lO, U
I' .
Reference Station: Key West I rear.Reward.. aprlO-ltx I $4.95. Jumbo broiler chicks. -- -
J j -Time of;Height of Plumbing supplies complete: 295. Ship C.O.D. London WHERE TO EATTRY .
stock. Plastic tile, paints and"
n o. StationTide !highwat FOR BALE-REAL ESTATE Poultry Box 1844, TrentonN.
-.s Bahia Honda ; brushes. / Murray's Plumbing, J. apr10ItMISCELLANEOUS TIIKOVERSEAS -,
II 1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami.
4 t' l' (\
(bridge) :.__--Oh 10m' .0.0 ft For any kind of property in Key Fla. Phone 7-3421 aprl-tf HOTEL
1.J( N6 Name Key West, be it home, hotels. root:ls I

(east end) -+2h 20m or business locations: contact Universal electric ironer $65.00.: COFFEE SHOP
Boca Chica' Washers, irons, vacuums and I
Paul Boysen 626 < I
Fleming St., 1
<'Apex machine, $50.00. FLEMING STREET
Sandy Point : repaired. O'Briant Phonr
)-Oh 40ia I Phone 153. apr7-12tx
Caldes Channel 2313 Patterson apr5-tf 1164-M. aprl-tf I li's .1 liHtd Place T. Kt

(north end) _+21rlOin 1.4 FOR KENT ServedCoznbiAaCwn
ft.1 Wilcox
recorder and
Gay phonograph
oOo plumbing and re 7M to 12 JJI/
NOTE: I Light housekeeping rooms. $10 to Watson combination Street set. 1116 pairs. Free estimate. Call I Breakfast FROM UU_ '
(-> Minus sign: Corrections I $15 per week. 411 William SLmar226tx rear. John Curry, 512 Margaret St. Screed
to be subtracted. I apr3-3tx Phone 781. aprltfMOTHER'S I A D_KciousLUNCH
I 12 to 2
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(+)-Plus sign: .Corrections to I . FROM
added 1 Bargain-Baritone sax rollawayrack DAY SPECIAL I
be J'
Furnished om, 626 Gnnncll St. t
case, 3 mouthpieces Present
ad with
(h)-Hout. $6.23 single. ,. $7.50 double for $100. Don Sparks, 905 cleaD.1 Pilkington Studio your Evans-and i I 7-Coun t
(m-r-Minute. coupon Seneel90c
week.: : ', apr3-3t ton cottage 7. receive '
(ft) Feet a FREE mount for youi IHIVSKK .

: J Overseas lI teL'- 917 Fleming Small house. 1203 Simonton St,| portrait. This offer expire I A Second Cuo of Coffee
May 1st 1948. Camera'
Java has about 100 ,volcanos Street. Weekly rates, $10 sin- to be moved. See Neil Knowlc.s Served with Pure Creamat

... :which 13are ctjve,... ._' _. Sle$16.double.aprl0tf vC-PuuiWi.395-.JV. aprlO-2tx)| Store_ -Southard Stieet pr8 lOt No Extra Chatqc




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r-fi..Ift; eeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeoeee ....... . .. whoa. .' certain product or service 'Is needed YOUy S
t .,""J ..!1 BENNY'SMotor '. :: : '.R:i l.E.R.WHERE.:: .WIn :B. JY IT. < and there i U* doubt buy U as to where THIS DIRECTORY -W, DIRECT

, J : : TROPICAL I T' "D r ... ... .............................................. .: .
: Court : .............................,.................. ........ ; :. ,'.
\:. ,. .: .: : 71g DUVAL. STREET PHONE 1000 WE REPAIR IT! : : OLD CRAIG : '
0,.' .: it POOR .
909 Simoiilon St.Ownership : SX : : :
.I! -I 0 \ of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : W E SELL 1TX
4 Selection' :
Management :
1.:. d : of BENNY FERNANDEZ : .: Plenty, of Action Toys for the'Children : ; We Will CaH.Far aid Defter :' .: WHITE STARCLEANERS :: Service Station .

f : Serving . : :. ,, 30- Years'' Experience Electrical- Work, : : ;: J. H. BRADY.. Manager'' FHOXZ SIMFraod .
: BREAKFAST. a to 11LUNCHEON. : : Electrical I Appliances-Repaired :. : tad Dtrlaioa SteMtaTires ; : ,

: 11:30 to Z .'. 'LLCa.J211Dum'Sueel : :, Marco Mesa. Jr.. P roR : : Tubes Batteries Auto AcccoHe :
.DINNER. to 8.30 : ........ .....................-. ELECTRIC : 701 DUVAL STREET ; : -
: .................. .TELEPHONE. . C1 . (22 SIMONTON STREETYour.PUBE OIL asd GASOLINE Dvakf
I "I The Beat 'of Steaks. .: .: .,..: .1111I......... ...-..... .'......'.................: . ; .................. ............................
: HOME} SUNDRY STORE. ....... ........................... .
Short wichs : : \ e..........:......................-........... .' ... :. Dry Cleaning .... eee
. Ai All H : :. 12 COB.WHITE 5T.,'. .::..:..:, !:. ; ;
ours. 07 DIVISION ST.NEAR. and Pressing24HOUR u AUTO AND+' : .:
let "
I!.fat '" Try Our Frozen . ouz Patoaage'Invlitd" ."t. : '!elt .T-JlIS SPACE AVAILABLE 1 : : SERVICE : : TO' "S .
: : : : Free Pick-Up and : BODY
11\1" II'. 1 . -rtn ': ..:..>.>.1. THE: MONTH AT A REASONABLE PRICE . Delivery SerYice. -
Open Daily and Sunday, :
tip m.Proprie'Jl:0.' :
I 8 .AJ4. to Midnight . Sick School .... ....r -:.' ,. ,. for Further Details .. : : SUITS for MCN : : SOi-W: .GREENE STREET
RoomSu, lies SIlppllU.
: theAdvertising : : : Auto S4500 'SS00 :
eeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeGOMEZ Toilet Preparation and Article : Apply to ami WOMEN : I() Painting lo :'f
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.e................... ......................a......................... : Department : : PHONE 282 ; ,: BODY and FENDER KEPAIKS. ...... .:; L'II
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: .: .:. MUMFORD}% and ROSS .: r.........4..W......:.....'se: :..............e....... .a a ... !I j
i i Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : :
FURNITURE CO. fL..O..P..E..Z..1 .. :rI
: Hotel lit Flemiafl &
: : : Orerseas. I
4 720 DUVAL STREETJmmilc Carrier AirConditioningfor . : I : ( :
." \ .: riiriiittirc .: .: : : : :r DRY GO'"ODS : : : : ...... DONALD &ARBER ..:
1. Domestic and Commercial Use : : HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET '.I Funeral Service : o W. SpecJoto* fa : i'I: ,
--_ PHONES : ; alga : : : : t ScaIp'l"rellmeJtb: Hair Dyeing .
)\'hi1t .' : : : :...:................................ .............. . ': PHONE: 373' :. .: Established 1885 : : -A** :TTMS1I Or HKLKIIi CVKTXS : f

I1 na.. = :. Plastic Axminster Inlaid Broadfelt Ccngoleum :: :................................................. : Let Those Serve : : -: :. Licensed: Funeral : :....I'Lune......1.75.........,.;.sax. :: ...1Y..tiL..!.......... 1

. : .: .: .:. Electric' r_ ,:. ".: I 'Who" -Io'Scrre Best ,,:.. :.. .}., .Snecia1pinr{ :-.. .: .... Dircctorsatiil ................':..., :.....a.....................s
frf), RADIOS andAppliances . ROTPOINT :* . WEAVE: NEVER in.' d :
Eiiibalmcrs BEAUTY fiOOKScientific ,
' ; Ranges.... . . STRAYED A nV$1.'VJ..t4':'. Z' : :. .: .: STELL'S (fl..
!f! .: :. :. Refrigerators.' Disposals and Electrical: Appliances .' .:.". I. wje NEVER WILL . rr Ollien. s uI1Z -.: : 24HonrAinbiilfincc : : Beauty Culturein :
1 Washing Machines- Immediate -Delitc ')' ...: :.. .. .. _, : . All I Branche f ,
in* t t. : "Terms Arran. .: : . . Service : Children'sApparel . : Thoroughly Experienced :
; AuibuJUucq JTelephone 1 : : :
OPEN: TILL 9:00 P.M. ; : : .
HOME APPLIANCE : : Operators
.: MON. and 'SAT. :; :. :- : 548:. '.. :. Service : : Son Water Used ExdID1nl7 :

I v eeeeeeeee.c.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee i....605...SIMONTON..........STUEET....""."".*.eeee PHONE*.eeee: 11 *...: :: NeTer'Sleeps ::. ::. .: :: Phone 135 SOS : Phone 637 536. Flemtag St. / :

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e : PRICE i THISSPAEAVAIL4BLE I I i ; .J..A..M..YE..ItR. S ......................, : Customers Friends! and the Public Invited J I
: : : i i' i : _ Frances Beauty Salon i
: : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS
: On A Monthly Basis at .
. : Passenger LicensedPAINTING'Contractor : Frances Park. Owner :
,.I : : : :. + 101ft CRINNELL: STREET
: Representative* : :: A VERY LOW COST : ,. .
its Phases :
y fe* : : : : Beauty Culture in ..:
For Further Information. CALL 51.or : ; . a .
CONCH SHELLS Treafaseats .
S : Permanents Scalp
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FLORIDA EAST . See the Advertising Manager FREE:ESTIMATES_ ALL WORD GUARANTEED A31 Sirs / racial'. Shampoo MaaiauifigTo # :
:: ........................................e........i Telephone 3127. 114 w D\rja\.Street,Jefferson Hoteleeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : : :. : Phono 1311 4
t lid, rw COAST RAILWAY ..................... .*.Appointment. ......................
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: :: Sa\c 20% ; 'When You Want FASTER' : :: BETTER: : ; ; CASA CAYO **** ,
':; DR. COBO'S . on dwellings. Fire Insurance : : FLOOR SANDING : : : : Imo :\ :
. : S mercantile : BEAUTY:: SALON
: OFFICE . bldgs. house. by INSURING withAtlantic ... ... .OaOldorNcwFloors-CALLUSFOnAN ESTIMATE : ; : -
. .1. t ,.: Will Ship to Any Port : "Southernmost HOOM In u.sA'AU :
C1.,; >rt.IMma: STREET: : : hold and personal Mutual Fire J Insurance Co.. **> -:. r:.', Guaranteed Work .'Modern Methods.' .. .: . .of 1/.S. or Canada :. 1400 DuTal Street Telepbos! n14"-., "' f. I
.bag.' > .. :. Hear el La Concha Hotel . effects. Policies NonAssessableJ.L.CrusoeAgt. .. .- .. S. Palacio I Expert Hair'Tipting Hau Cutting3&.
. Marcy .. .
Save 15% onMercantile : .
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Permaaenls Stylinq\
. ,... PHONE 124ee : : .. Phone674' : J. .DOUGLAS TREVORI829ilarris . : : :. Personalized;: I j
" ... : 401 South Street CoreE6onl'adali
1,, : .......... Stock .
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rice .' : r..S. :
i r ,''" CYCLE SHOP ''r'ttiindscapingMarlaniiTopSoil r..1 z Hair
J B.&B. Finest
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the :
Hide the to :
+ Permanent
: TOP SOIL.$6. 0 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK: : : : in
+i : GOLF COURSE 822 Fleming SU R.M.Daniels,Prop. Plunl,1013 :. .MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS ; Sales ; ; a Waves . :

cad sSet. Motor\ Scooters : Also Lots Cleared and Marl.Spread-Verf Reasonable : : Appraisals : : i
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C Beauty
. 'J!. : : US wan Leases : : :
: : . Sales and Service ImmedlateDeiveer7: : : 6. WEECH 1021 Olivia St.. .: .: Rentals : I :
BICYCLE : : PHONE 801 Colony :
1dpqe :. : :.. ........................................Z : Management : t': _
: .Buddy Seats Rental Service a.... ............................... laprored and Vacant :
: : : Properties in Key West
UftbIames. TAKE JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP . sod Monroe '
, BUS .Parking Flags - Y- .. .
110 I i r. : 11B DUVAL STREET- : i J.. OTTO : :

,j oC to th. .WindshieldsFoolrests t'k ., Open Daily and Sunday, :. .. KIRCHHECNEHREALTOR .. :. =
0Cf1StuSa. GOLF n . 1 a : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M.SERVING .. : : : i
ligf LINKS s .
: s : .. Uinnfirs .. .. ell Fleming Street : A, : :
oo&bI.nlcet. '. Also DAYTON BICYCLES and. COMPLETE .,' 813 Whitebead Str..t
Have Fug! ; ENAMEL : Also A la Carte and 4ka : : Phones 124 and 738-R : : :

SO '. KEY WEST COLT CLUB ,. .........STEELCOTE..., ..........RUBBER.........................<., .*....e..a.Op............:.-.........e... .........a............... ._.............. : '"
--tl ...................... .......................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeBICYCLES :. *......................................*.....:. l...................... .............. .

1t .. eeeeeei REPAIRED All. : FOR, RENT : : Good W or i
eWJ.1&t.l *e eeeeeeeeee* TORRENT : : : INSURANCEOFFICE :
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: WASHING MACHINE : S FOR SALE ___. ; Location On This Page Daily between .
A Good
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Customers Must : :
- Our
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RepairingMKCIIAMCS .
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: : : : .. . : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE !............................'.r.................... : :. ..
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- ISot : inrii *.....*.*.*.*..VL....*.JL.*....\....*.*...*.?.J..V\\\JVA. .JV. PHONE NO. 1 : Beauty

c'billtWbitf Factory.Methods Trained Men .: :; DRUM BAR an d.: :. INSURANCE: : : :: :: 523 \l :

.Itr,. : THKPorterAllen: : : There: are a
EASY ABC MAYTAG : : : WIND AUTO BONDS : -- of state :
jL"a.1f, KENMORE SPEED PACKAGE DEPARTMENT .: and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE. :. I I .: : phases in beauty eeefeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeefeeev'i
QUEEN and Others PHONE 9112 : under .:
925 : .
-r Co.IIKE : beauty culture
West Insurance ;
001"': : VI Iiilr Wrinp-r; Hull ; "We Deliver" Key ;: : though
liODJ. Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : 31B SIMONTON STREET" PHONE 1171 :. : Company : For

,. jib :. THE TRADERS .1 Packaged Goods ..,of..Postoflice................*.. .......................a, .,.......523........
Gur Street ........ ...........
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130 Duval .............. .SSSS..SS.SSSSS.alai::............
PHONE 1431 ............... .. .. ..... ..1.............
o IAe 'i .................... \\'llt'rt''r : r.... eeeeeeeee .

rIll t.... a r..............................................- RADIOS \UKMKMUKKuulim: !: YOIUUMMO' : :- _- Sensational Value : : B I :
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i It Takch A Kutliunuii to Reiuiir Itw.liIS'ol > :
When You GoFoodKSlioppin : .' fjlarionMOULD' : / : I
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: : Buy It yroiu A.U..dio\iuu\ ......IU'"tI .. .; : :
., .'. .. . Be Sure to Gt,1. . : AbhURE VoSJERVirK' mF of fINESt SMALL RADIO : : [ :

: BIG NAME : : k AC DC Superhetoroduie :

:L I II. O. : ; "' : Plastic Table RadioS ; or '
O'TOf/.JlVHt 24-lIour'Ralio Tubes (IncL Rectifier)
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f:,rt' S ENRICHED BREAD ; .: -t Repair ServiceAFs '.. .. FAMILY in for the ,; .
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') oToday's READYTOWEAR"Why : : ..:
, .. The Foundation / Pay More When :
You Can Buy for Less?" :
s # Ural Planning I Music Co. : Floor

()IC'. : We HareThe Streel. HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. : i

: RALPH FAHALDO 1 PH.z : : LatestHIT 522 Southard : 1512 : 130 DUVAL > ::

. ?; : tot pKt> t : PHONE 1081 : 707 WH11'BHEAD.TRUT............ ......TELEPHONE................ .".............. '
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2727 PHONES ADDED LOCALLY .. "" .... ... .4 .. .I, . 'AI: .... .

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'V *. I Y You Tony! B STATI'TH . : ; '; : .
; NOTICE IS HEREBY CUVfcW: that I "'"' ,.'-. .;: -t ..

f:ntK Dhlnrtr Phone Cafh Increatf ISy 460 Pl'rt'l'nf.\ In the undersigned ftlneK under deoH-lnff the to fictitious engage I I '' Y. h.lIT': .A\I'-Ii F7''t. : ': : ,' c.-; ::Y. ;J M .a : "

| LONDON AP). Anthony name nf Sunshine Construction Co .. ...ItlI.: I :
<:!NM' in*.*.. 4U flemtrv stt-X -Key r rv.i pat : .. .. $
1 i Eden who has appeared on w f1a" We..t, Florida" Intend to registerfclHl j .' . {
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IN TIlE LAST ElCMt YEARS lists, has been the fJtotltlo\ul''am.circuit Court. n tOnitty .the Cterfcof . . :: .. : .. .:-: .i.. ., ..
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reprimanded by the magazine I H *W _. e" ... .. : .... < '
Half*! March 1 4, Ii1a. In ',-.:: 'I"" .( .' !': : . ('
Tailor and Cutter for not tieing. .Iu ?.I'K M"-I "ti
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Snip ;. ; :1i *711:1 :
Growth: In 1 Key West Shown 'tit Slnti lirA his tie neatly.. mnr.a<:rt;tpts.ietils .' .. #
This circulated '. .
Key; West was in 1140 end is today one of the busiest telephone ,I organ of internationally the men's wear trade I iOTI'eT OF" IVTKVTIOV' . : .. . ,. ._....:..j 1.I, 7.... '' ,.k.

n-IU.T* in the ...Ie. There are many cities which have a larger I said it could distinctly see' :yes i 'nt Fort) N Ft ti4*At.t\P nl Ltl'\TiuY 1hIlC: I .. . .1 .... f

numtirr letephone but Very few tohich handle the heaty volume I terday's creases in.>; ties worn by (Probate Uw 1933f; .

4if Ming distance' rail*-ori,'m.tlngj and Wf'mihllng-which is hatodt i Britain': fotttirvjforei: \mini ter 1 1I l1Y,,,ruot'Mthr':. MOXItflRFtJOHI-eP TIIK C'OI"T\1'til'tTlf i ; . t -

l fmni ti* loral telephone. buildinf. it Was.revealed today. Let's I in recent :photographs.Radio ; .1 I ""seam.!4Tt.<,*.. -: ,V.; IV PIft. )-(0 I ; ; .! ;' .. P rln lTi.g- : :

take 0 rlMr. W.,k at telephone y> In re: The Rotate ..f 1 .,
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prusrem in Kt'7"tst.t. i iucRT, LYtw 1 ettAse41.M . }j. ....; ""'. I I' : ..,
IHO lo nearly $85.000,000 \ ;; 4
,early !
airtVhofcn :
As 1940 started, tMfte Stay Cnnn-nu: : .if ..
Programs .
i in If48.Waiting> . NMk'e 4e berwl.ytlven that 1 hare '- ,> .',
his telephone Key Wet I. tM'Pd.t1Iy final 1t ort as ferttnintstra- -:. .;

liunw and tdtites-hday 3833. I I Applicants Incr a*. D*.- ..i..........!......... Iris of the eMale of a l.<-rt Lyon s ; : .
I, Key We t'. growth u a Vacation .... Retard: Installations deceased; thai I Aaee/ file Thy pale, .' .. .:

and but swan center and the vital r The' ,.story of telephone progress NETWORK PROGRAMS; teen will for apply" final to discharge.he U..f''nhlJmy and .that I- . . .'

i 1 rule of the tetrphone in this in Florida since 1940 naturally II ... mnod It. Lord. County JudKe of ., ; . : '
; Fer -
': proems is even more' grphkally 4 includes the period when. hit rim.tsafar U eastern< sabtrac staalftr* ... ...G tit I :Monroe County Fiorina,. ", on tha:ith : .. ,. ... ... //J'; : ..
1 day Aftril., 194$.
Unlike pre-wat days -you ve had ....lala sU.'a rs se *nck ''!- approval Ufsame J':1.
illustrated' the number of
by to wait for the ..r>. I... 1I staUeas cksufe and l for final dlctiarire. as! administratrix .'. . .
long distance' calls telephone you .. u1 l .ke originated .. TIN? '.caa s ,
over Key Writs telephones-1U i'(wanted information installed. Some this Further ....r*...l I.elded.SATURDAY.ete .r..frmat ckaaies. ea..'' I April l.yoa"; 19411.da .-.. on IMS let day. nf .'.- -,I 11 t"'-' If" .. .> ... "'.. .., .. .. n.. .' ., .- .

on the average day at the start on subject f Ml) :MAUI: I'APV, ; !' .. : :. -
1 throws still more light on the Administratrix! : v.f ine estate .. .
Of 1940; :563.; or nearly four times'M ----_ .. -. . .
nf Rftbett Lyon, dfenesd.. .
telephone growth APRIL 10
and development I
t11ys t the beginning M that has taken place in this Evening. apr. . .!-%;. ate:, t"... . ,

IV48.As the telephone system 1 In I ittL: . e.-OO Summary of Newba n ttl.RtKXTM TUB. rinrriTornr Jl nillAI: CIRCI OP Tiife ITt .. .. .. '
f I There .vrete 30, 88 people in New cast .Every D y-" i TUB STATK -
Key West has expanded, it has OP FMHIIIM,
Murf 'nm*-abe :
Network -
been necessary to add new central Florida. wafting' for 'telephoneswhen Dance Tiin.-mb!-badt 1 f 'tYI APill-1"RT.MOMIOK rotTV.. : :

) office switchboard: unit, the 'war ended in September e-IS-Rertjlon .In Ne*.-HBl>O / raw >.. il-322 L < IS' TECHNICAL

theMe, t being the there unit I ,,1945. Since that time, South- In My MesuK-M Opinion-cb. JAMES.n.. ;- JMX-KI..KI:, : : SKILL in whichour
BIBle Maintrrr,
Bell ;
erft ; has pushed its expansionatid7mproveRlerlt'ptvgiarn .
installed during 1947. ;:
y I! /: v iti\i RriPHTTY -: 1 f
to the Syortreb
11114 development MOcKI-EIl.
Telephone Red
I extent. -that. ,more then 212,000 Harry Wtimer !i portt aD O I 1 I rkfenlat. e. : '
in Florida since 104D has :
ontinn : ; .
by no means been limited to the -telephones have been installed i Dance Ntw< Music and -Commfentary b4>arie -eb TO: bp.rrni.icA Tin* < ;". ; Experienced Craftsmen take !
5:4 -
throughout about 7times. Hetty1 :<< .
the .state- Mockler. ,
the of
large tii"In fact, rate Jack B 8U Coramentibc' .
4118 1Fr.t Street.New ,
number who
growth in Florida as a while were 7:00Hr. Ace *: JaaercbsMod.rn : :' '
Orleans aliana. '
since:' 1940 has exceeded that in waiting at the war's end. The Music' MtueumM! Tr are! hereby required! to apepfal j ; ;' ::3 the utmost Because of this
f! mba ,
neighboring Miami. Thr telephone net gain during this period was Hawaii C&li* Urima
T3> -Curuin Tlm -obi divorce, in the above entitledcause ,
103139.: Yet the I (
new applications
network has been Abe Burrow Song-cb on-.the Jrd day of May l!ltII.( ,
rxtrnd-I, tefr 'sVrvice have been Yukon aba ahertTlse' the
coming Challenge of AlleKationn thereinuIll i'
ed on beyond the New BroadeAStba he taken' an confessed.This .. =: :
in'oo i rapidly that today there effort make each
towns throughout 1:45-8. Cannlcluei Song-cbs order to l r.e punished once : they no to
0 into the rural areas.When .. I I are more than.45,000 people on TwIn News Comttenl.-mt a *eek, for\.fou Htn e<*utie u-eek I spare
t the'waiting'lists despite the reelord In the Key Vet Citizen, a newspaper
ol -obc .
reflect the growth i' aOO-Tb. UI Blley
you on I puhlishrtl in Key %Seet. Florida.
and development in Florida*I I humber Installations which Suspense Drama *hmt- cb |V ne and Ordereil thin zjml :day; I .
havebeen made. Demand Ross Dolan. DetecUve' abo /hf SIftfrh. A. ; : :
for n. W48.8KAI
since pre-war days, take :a good more telephone service was never Twenty Questions .Qiili mbs < .) Rosa r Sawyer I : ':> job a perfect job. .
look at the telephone' system,. a: o-Tnitto or Consequences--nb ot Clerk of the Circuit Court
ci.gteat, and telephone officials Famous Jury Trtato-ebc ( Wnr. County. Flot-Ma. I IA ,,
Sixty years of progress and accomplishment ;= p6i.11'out\ that M let-up is in Stop Me. Gal SU>w-H Be -: ,: Kathleen Nonage.I J 1 .

passed between the sight.;-the h149vy demand still 9:00-Hit Parade. Sinatra-obiJoan : >ef>aty Clerk. : ; : < .. '-
first : Davis Comedy-efts : PAtrr t:. SAW- P.ISolicitor
day in 1880 when Florida'*
continues. I
for Plaintiff. '
Gang Butters Drama!lle
telephone- conversation took place I,I It's..a great deal more than.theimple Keepl With Kid-''". I : ;-
and the time in 1940 when Flori-j nboV I -
J I Si 'JO-Judy Canova .bbow- I
] backlog: *If .war, according :
i da reached' a total of 153.300 tele-1 1t!J! j ughn Uonrve Sbow-<-ebe IV THE CIRCVIT COI'RT OF TIIK ; ;: : '
I to the telephone folks. The demand Murder and Matoo*-abo Ki.i\t\TH JI Din U. finrt IT -

phone*-Southern Bell Telephones _!I, .Sti 11Ss' fromf. economic, in- Name ol Sons Quia. b.IeOD.Ka5 I htTtit-: STATK OK "1.ORthA ':. ' .. .'
: :
that l\ ADD PAR MtlMttlK .
is. 1 I Kyset CoUtgenbe ( t :>TV.
Idastfial and agricultural I
pro- .
I 1'HA'ER: "
But in the droll of eight Saturday Serenade-- ba I ,.. -:-
apace \.s' 1t'ttI.
j grep3 which was .making its effects J>nI&. Q uto--ebe-basJe .,
years since:' 1940 the number has. J felt even before the war and Chicago Tbeater-tnbe. nI1LY-L. JKFFCflAT.Plaintiff. I
I. .
more than doubled and .todayj 10:3O-The Grand OM Opr7DbeIt
i j which today .is more apparent in re.. 111\OU'C
there are more than 327.000 tele. I'I ]Florida Pays to C. tfoerant-cos HARRIET A. JEPFCOAT . .. r.. . .. . '
than the
ever, Telephone Hayloft Hoedowo_bo : .
phones in Florida operated by 14! IVfendant.
i Company points out
: U.-00-News & Variety a ftrfc-obe titiF.ft OF rt'nt.WAT111\
{ the Southern Bell Company. Sixty ]]i To help l .pace' this progress. News. Varletj. Dane a nrs.- M TO: HARRIETT A. JKFFCOAT,
years for the finht 1&&000: Southern Bell has spent and is Newt and Dance Hour- be SOS Main Street.U'linnslxvro. ,
Dance & M. Downey-mbs' South .rolida.
eight years for the second 153,000-. ,spending tremendous sums for Tou are hereby tu
11:30-News & Dancuis: iDb* required appear
plus. {i 1 the new switchboards and cables IZ.fM: -Daocina CoattoBed_ oow.d to the. .Wll of ,ComMai-nt for

i That' real growth in any i end alt the other equipment or dlvorre b>.fore 1 la-the the:3rd above da*styled nf May.cabson A. t. I For more than thirty THE

business but in the telephone in*j i ?which' is necessary to properly 1948. otherwise the.. alli ') '. years, ."
which requires much NETWORK PROGRAMS_ I therein will be taken as 1
I dostrjr. so I functioning telephone ir1Floii.da.
system I .. .. This order in be .. '
Tt easier !ret IK uhlwtJ. \
extensive and costly equipment } To give you 'an' idea'of Seal. seetraet .*. fe ran wefek Tor rrtnfrnnseutlir' ati..n"'l' AMMAN PRESS has
: I II
-.14 render service, it', even more the way in which Southern Bell ....taI. .t.adard* &we The Key West Citixn.. a : provided at. '
1 remarkable. Florida has been in 1 has' .-,.. *... le**) .statfeee 5bsagb 'I & published' In the City :
gone about matter of enlarging beer .. relay .. St ..... .sb54.,... {Test. Fhorida.' '
a hurry'to get along with its ] the. Florida telephone net: Last sjilaBts 0ngns'sWga mm I '1>..-... a..d ordered this 2nd day nf ,

growth ever since pre-war days,.i'work-she Company in the 1936- ... .e ...... .. April. A. P. 1918.! 1 L I ; economical the
SEAL) Rose-C : 1
and when you hurry and Whenyou ,: 1940.: per-war period was providing Clerk of the Circuit Court, I : prices highest quality

are growing and developing I Iyu new facilities ate the rate of SUNDAY APRIL 11 'Monroe County. M''r' la. .
the tslei i$392,700 131": (I'd) Kathleen Notlat. I
reach for
naturally monthly and was keep- I
Afternoon Peputt
phone. ,,!'ing I vp: with demands. But in 100-America.. United. ,TIb-a'- Ar.L.\'Ii:' B. CI>:ARK. ju. printing for personal and busi.requirement. .
Solicitor for Maintlff. ,I I&ttrItt.U.tu.c <
4t 4 As 1940 started Florldians had 1947: gross'construction of new Doorway to' Ufe-cBe every
Ii3,303 telephones in thelt homes Wm .1.1I"
and offices that they could use.1 "monthly, or .many' .times the pre- 1:15-Edltot: Sblrer at Bom Comment abe-. tnb* *?' THE CIHCtlT COI'RT OP THK-
e Today there are 327.457. Florid war' rate.; Singing! Canarle*-mbs-Aasl. F..F.' F."TII ....bu.I'I. ('lltrlITnR {I ness .
TIn STATK Pl.OltlltA.
1 reached for the telephone to I Needs. fot the Future in Florida 1:3<-Chicago Roondtsble e tAM) FOR MOItUP.i1'T1.OP I ,
make local calls 1.0C3.127 times 'cad Greater Miami Tell tt Aratn Dnme. i I CIIAM-KHY.,'. I' .
National Vespers eb .. .
Case N 11-320
a day In 1940. more than 2,1&8 4 This"one concern spent $23.iroOOO' ,- fIn-To Be Announce-fibe ROLF It. E. orrERMAN.V:: I.Mllalntlff. I
OW times daily at the start\ .of i ; in Florida for new plant CBS to There Drtma-t>s }

1943.: Floridians originated 18JG9 1 in 1947:and if earnings' are such Aim Week Lomax.Around' B World n.4s+-mt be>e ,f. WILMA'OPPE11)t.tNX. I Il

long distance calls dally in 1140. I tos-to.: attract'' the necessary new Air Force Show-mbe I >>lkfcn.ra.t ,

&&901 daily t-\ 1948 began And t capital-en reasonable terms. the 1:30-Bob Merrill O"uert-GM: bRbF.R OF IM'III.MATIONYOl'

the investment in plant arid'1 I Ctnhpany anticipates expenditure Mr.News Cemmeat.ty fde"t-ebe-Cbs .t Bedfortl. WIUMA Street, Stamford KPI'KRMANN.....nn..I'I I

equipment necessary to > of.more> than'$2 1.400,000 in Flori- New Veteran, Panel-tnbe cut. are notified In appear or answer

the calls moving has more than.i da.In. '"4943 and'.like amounts iniveb 8:45-Opinion I Rill April for%Ii.Kivorcf 1t4!!: otherwise;herein on INoree <>-rbefore I

dvubJcd-from some $37.700,00. in. i I it-the'next fees years. 3:00: -Mimo Parde. Commrtt- t/ Pro Confesso will ...* .t..1 l

.. _._. .. -. .. --- :. New lama Verb Doc Phl7h Drama>'manic ebo-cot against. Key'Y'West.<>u.! I1ATKU Florida.CIRCUIT . Man-h ;ZS.1S48. : i f I

iI. Theater of lees 1 ib.bsds" > ( Ro. s C Sawyer. I
Who Knows? ; Name Makes\ News Crnle: tee Show-tnbs-conUi 'OtRT Clerk Circuit Court.SE.tL. !
3:15-Johnny Thompionbe' .) I \
t 3:50-One Man's FsmDy- b. Rye Iwl) Anne C. L .Bw.>rlh. l..< iM4IRRIS
I : I:: WARNKR. K.SQ. ,
Sunday Sf'renadbe
1. What is the population ofCtsxta /MOSCOW.- (AP). Trade," The Juvenfle Jnry*nbs Attorney for Plaintiff. j j I FOR YOUR NEW I
; Letterheads /
mare%i;.pr.s--I..Itls.; I.
Itenj.ah ,,
I the .trade-union ''netospaj. re- Cft0-Quf7: Rlits. Joe .

A 2. What American nation is cot I cently ;an article c 'iI John Rouse 8 of Kennedy Mystery! -mbe abe . \ THB riHCriT ",'''It' OP j.

4 a mrmbrt of the Pan-Anxei leanUnion UClzi1 c 'the Riga Circus .organization. 4t5-.C. Tlnney TII nr .1 I. IF'THK I.KVR-STM STATE jrtHCIll.lt4: OK ,.""TII"I
? ''On*' administrator, thepaper 4:30 News: Living 194*-nb! lit A\t> "tit '18'\' no).: (01 Cards or Announcements Advertising t
Eileen I FsireH Concert bIIuper. -. -
1 When will the Italian general I cays ''was. willing to hire a ADailKmv.ijeDetectlre ('.- *.. 11-.1.1.% ,
election be held? pc comer poly on condition that Mysteries-i ub IVAN HENRY HAMI.KTT: 4

.4. Name the Secretaries of Ikea I bechang'i from a ,Russian name, S.-OO-The Sunday Theater-aMJanelte Plaintiff.vs. I .
Davis Sonr:-cbeTreaswrr i.i\ 0111': l' Matter
: iesseArmy. Navy and Air '2herebtsovr! : to'a foreign-souhd-, Anentbe G'UI\ EVELYN:: lt.AMI.KTT. or Catalogues call
Force. Itn"lope1Atloit."No The Shadow Drama-: nbs efendant. ,

5. What rno\' made' the most].1'' protestsof Zherebtsoa.atied \' 6:15-The Two PhDs. Marie- blS:3O "t'n..U''T'O
) I TO: GLADYS KVKI.TN:' 11AMt.F.TT.Rtvctbreese :: I
money' in 147T against.this zealous worshipper1 : -Phn SplUlny Ctrts_-cb b. Riverside I>rlv.-, this modern
Counter Drama
> Where Anpuiita, Maine.i printing pJant.V
did the most fatal. I of foreign names commented ) Quick as a FUsb-robs You are hereby required to appear e
accidents occur last year? : the paper. Evenlnr: to the mil for IHvorc filed)
u\ 7. How many U.. S. troops are 6:00: -Catholic Radio 5ervfce-ftbe against you In the ahoy,- ,si\l 1..1 l

till In Europe? I Group insurance- the United Rice St ven. . Time-cos r cause Anlt ,Itefore the 3rd da> .of to offer
Drew rv r- Coment--aba May. l <8, otherwise the all.itatlons -- are glad suggestions
8. What is the L T. O.? States has increased from 630 million !- Those Websters. BWt-ttbs : contained therein will !,<. as

9.: Where is the ls\rain Peninsular dolltre in 1918 to 33 billion 8:15-News Summary=abe taken a* contended.r .
I >ne and Ordered at Key West, I _
? dollars. O: O-Hollywood Preview-nfc.
Florida this 2nd day or A hl.\
1.. How miners Percy Filth Concert-<*s I>. un 4 to and
coal d design .
many Told style
Greatest Story Ever: } -a ClKCriT COCKT type
involved. in the present \ctrikp LfcGALS Nick Carter. DeteelHe-mba Floss C: Sawyer.REAL) copy.

re'i T.-OO-Jack Benny The Cane Aotr:?=: Shjwr-<:* I : Esntiinaldo. Jr., 4
The Answers \ Tin: nnn'IT rot IIT nr Tin netrolt Symohony-aba Attorney for Plaintiff.
.KI. :\\TH' JIIUCIAI.. fiKnirOK Sherlock Holmes-mbs Uy: Anne C. I nsrwi>nh. I .
THK STVTK! OK ..OIUU*. f:30-PhH and Afice: Deputy fret .
1. 1AnPnIt, HOMIUK' (- >\T1.. Btondfe and Dsrwood_b* aptl-15-iT-24.i S 48.A. .
4'11,52. pt'hOn. "1\1 1'H.l. 'CF R\', Gabriel Heaner Show- nbeOlt 4 4

2. Canada. Caw 11-311: .: -TAgff Bertran. CharHe-ue \ \oT ra=: TO rtfF.llt"OIiC: (
3. On April 18th. I a. )L 1KKMI. I Sam Soad Ad tmiue*-*be << 35J I"rohatct., S_ J1t.! 11I: ) < .
Plaintiff. Stop.Music I"' THK COtllTOF T 1K
Defense .
Jas V. Ftorrestal; ': imonn: The Mediation Bo rdmbe MS>ROK l'ilt'\T-. 4 4In 4HAVINU
Ft.F.A.h n. noon.
Army. Kenneth C. Royals; Navy, 11:30-Fred Allen Cotnefly *b* FLURlU.t.1PROSTi.' :. .
.. Jo .n L. Sullivan: and Air Ftarte, -*)"bEn'P"I: BI.ICATIOVTO The Man Called X-efcs re; KMate; ofCARL C< "
W. Movies Commentary-. tTURT; Hwessed.
Stuart Syminftoh. .: CTeanor It.Ibtule HMo. ; 6:45: -Newi Brosdcart: be TO ALU CRKtHTORS: AND PHR- *
:. S. The Best Years of Our No. 2.f SONS CLAIMS OK"I;KMANTnS -
:3i-nve: Newt ebi
Ulnote. -
Lives." 11500000. >y..tal ira-l I"Jt.S AGAINST: SAID E.STATK. f
:OO-Jfen' Vwu
each ef you are herb 5!
I. In the homes. I '.J4fealaelppf.u Meet-Corns Archer. Skit-eta notified,and required to present .
\ any
7. About 10,000 in are required to aprat Walter WlncheO Ttae- be claims) and demands which or fl
I you i
Germany to to' the Bill of Complaint for I
Meet Me at Party's-teba either of y01l, may have aeainvt ih- '
lI\orr In tb above entitled I
Austria and Trieste. 1 causew *:'HnHvwond Comment- b. estate of Carl Curry, deceased. '
late fi
t. International Trade Organi I 1 I A, IX-O4I
zation.. I therein will he taken an ronfei>i>ed.TM I Mickey Rooney Serial-CM office Monroe In County. Florida at hJI I f
9. A peninsular I Order i I.. lo lie published once Theater Guild Hoar'-sbe the court house of said i ,
jutting Into County at
out A -week for four ronnerutive weeksIn Jim Backus Comedy 'mb* Key {Test. Florida within
the Adriatic claimed .. eight calendar months fr.:.. !! C
by both The KeyV t {ltizen. a ncwepaper 'ia.-OO-Take net tea. labs th>-
published In Key {Vr.t. Monroe time I of the first publicatton of thisI I .
Italy and Yucoslavia. Escape: Drama Series- cbe ;
Otice. Each
claim I
I Count Florida4 Voices or demand shall S
ol Strtefs-mM
10. About 350000. *... be In U-rltlner. and shall T
>on* ordered thin 'lh day state 'h -
I. 1'. 1515. to:30-Rorace Heidt Show-Bb. place of residence and pst "(no .' A
f April. A. '
BAD I Strike It Rid!. Qn -cbe address bf the tlahnant. and shall CITIZEN BUILDING
It has been estimated that the I IS RD .. C Sawyer Commentary ea Mottd+ebe.:'s111 be swot-n to by the rlaitnanl. his PHONE 51
LaU .Amer1calt aer-aa. kttent, his 14
i ", ain undrrrround water I.Yet'in It Clerk of the flmlt ('oarl.'I or attorney, and any such I
Monroe 10:4-Network Mtalsabi11a alIem. the Untied States has been lour* 'I : Kathln Count Florida.Hy !!Xottar .......... 81 Varlet .....+518 be void. 4
erect 10 to 40 feet by cutting of ,. L'epalClerk.;. Newt Variety. Deuce 8 ...._b* ARTHUR I). nmRT.:
and cultivation of the J..T. Porter 1VS.Ikit.r News and Dane Band- oeMews. As administrator of the Estate l '...
... , for Plaintiff. Oaoee Band I ttrasobsTS.oODae of Carl Curry d..a20- I 11III
lind.; COtuaoiI-*
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VARIED PROGRAM.OFra RELIGIOUS FAMILY'--- ; t. Mrs. Emmeline-.Lorisdalc, -Hethodi t \j

,. tom.9 .-- Home:& Settlement nOOSe Director:


r LIST'EDFOR i i4 t ,a I Gives Talk To Troop 8 Girl Scout


,\ '. Lancashire, ltd,

The Rev. Wells, Pastor :Of First Methodist Church- 1r FRIENDSHIP SCOUTS' INTERNATIONAL STUDY j j Biembcrt will l distrl0ule W a Geri die Ovjil asI e'atttt

a+pasttt M theneedy. m*

Will i Speak Tomorrow .Mornin Oni r jected Personal* into.experience the International was in. Lt attets. and =?;= f Ti.

Friendship study program of'i' 8 report they rwUy etttjr d
.' Troop 8 Girl .Scouts Wednesday : talk 4& MA. I ogriak asd
i "l\J\ a kij g A Giirile_ eii?'N { 1t:It. when Mrs. Emmeline Lonsda'e.' forward to other "oerwd

: Buffalo, N. Y.; talked Qn "Girls i perience" daruMMm. "On

"ARK YOU A CITIZEN ?" Wlt.; IIE THEME" RED:: \ '- J 'IC i TtoLs, of England"in Wesley at the House troop's, 'Varelastreet meeting spot< Frietrdrhip uHca make stildp UMuaWe ltit Ial a

i = Mrs. Lonsd le II
e superintendent, j 4 .MORNING I SERVICES ',OTHER: NEWS AND "NOTES of the Methodist Deaconess Home I
-; # AP News eatU1e* 'a. . and Settlement House in Buffalo .

CHURCHES: HUMPHREY. Neb.-When Druggist O. A Windolph of Hum hirey died recently; his 11' children just recently returned to the

At the Old Stone (Filst'MethQdist) Church. were brought together for !the first time' in 20 years. It was.quite an occasion, because all United States from Nelson Lancashire PresbyterianChurch
10.5.a.m. ., the Rev. G. Leon Wells pastor,.will preach at 11 have dedicated their lives religious service . England. Her discussion
tomorrow on the gubject. "Making A Garden." A tthe before the scouts was an interesting : -
7:30 services he
talk on. "Inner Harmony." _ p.m. will Left to right, they are Sr. Mary Rita. San B:Jrre. Ind.: Sr. Agriedo Sioux City. Ia; Sr. M. "on the spot" revelation of

Trm First Methodist Church} alsQ announced: that it has Bernard Appleton Wis.. Sr. M. Oscaria Pena Blanca New Mexico: Sr.Monica, Kearney Neb., how young girls of England live,
while the mothers and father attend the a nursery it can care for babies and Miss Lucy Windolph. Milwaukee. Wis. who has not taken her final vows. In the back row and of what they think, talk and Whit and Washington Streets
At the 10:50 services. ire the Rev. Frater Job Windolph. Te tocolis. DL: the Rev. Frater-Agatha Windo) h. Rev. Mfrhvse S. Awry, PaM.t
t am. cervices ia First Baptist Church, the Rev. Bronnie E. Nichols do.The
pastor, will j
have as his sermon subject. Are You flU Frater Raphael Windolph. Cleveland.. CX; Frater'Michael F. Windolph..Cleveland speaker has been Hoine- -
'will talk on "A Look At Us." A\ Citizen At the evening services at 7:30: o'clock he nard Windolph. Westmong. 111., who still has a year of stud ybefore entering. the Teutopolis'l Settlement House superintendent Men's Bibl Class. 19:99 AM.LadioV .

The Rev. I. B. Reid ... ,. _. the past 20 years. j Bible Class. 10:00 AJ4.
pastor of the -- - ----- - -
Fleming Street Methodist Church, will occupy the pulpit ------ -- A coincidence of Mrs. Lous- \I
both services tomorrow, at 10SO'a.m.'an: at 7:30 Church School will be dale's at the Troop I''
p.m. at 9:45 LESSON appearance
.._to"with classes for all ages., SUNDAY" SCHOOL OF THE WEEK I j I Priest Becomes meeting is that she has ;just returned 1) ifK) A.M.,

._.__The',Poinciana _Baptist .Church:. : will hold a baptismal service tomorrow at 4 p.m. at the e i from the place to which;' Cliurrh Service
issuer uucjc ui me i-oiuuana rre-ocnooi Nursery. At the morn'-f- Your Sins Are Your Own! Solon members of this troop plan to i j Sermon in Honor of the Navy t
ing services the Rev. A. D. O'Briant pastor, will speak on "My!I I! ..t ;, Argentina send a box of clothing in line with
Lord and My God." and,at ,the 7:30 his the International Friendship program. .
I" will be. "The Main Matter" p.m. services subject 1. COLORED By ROY L. SMITH |t BUENOS AIRES.-AP-For The scouts are now busy 7:30 P.M.,

t. At the 11 a.m. services the Rev. Melrose S. Avery pastor i I There is a very great need for a revival among the Ameri-t 1 j I the'1irst": time-} in modern Argentine collecting clothing to 'forward to Youth Fellowship
of the First Presbyterian Church, "I II I can-people of the sense of individual responsibility
will\ talk on am the Way CffURCllES. j I history a Catholic] priest will" crowded with escape mechan-
; and, the_Truth: and the.!:Ue.: 'His! theme,at the 7:30 tajn.. services: :1 Modem technological: processes have had the effect of'dig i i sit in congress. The Rev Vir- isms. (. Visitors. Tourists and Friend:
wui ue, me v,,/uesi tor God I t 1 I ging a chasm between work and the satisfactions of life. In thy'i I gilk M. Filippo, friend Through Beauty. 1I I|I "Spiritual Seci'ritwill be old days a craftsman could point ot a finished product and say, !, personal fuunrfl of RrliKioun. KduoaIK.B .
and ecclesiastical aide to Presii ; on behalf of 4 I Tot ret ant Jenominatiwnn.r .
"I know That God IS For All." I services tomorrow at the Christian :J: the subject.ti of the sermon to be "That is my handiwork." and he would be judged by it. But i i: dent Peron into office } j --- ----- - ------L.
was swept -e'1RST-- j
will be the subject of the'sermon i ; Science f Society, There will delivered "tomof&ow al 11 a. m. men who work on the assembly line find no such in the election. -
.3. to be delivered tomorrow :at 11 J also lfi a meeting at 8 p. m. !|I j: by the Rev. Siei!>->t nd A. Laing, They have no feeling that they have created satifQction'1 i I Father Filippo Decent is probably the Church I
a. m. by the Rev. William W. i illiffe. I i Wednesday. j j minister of Trinity Presbyterian find- little in the finished.A LEY MEMORIAL
I I joy only priest in a Latin American WILLIAM W. ILKTC. DJ. ;
; acting pastor of the First ,, HolyjCpmrnunion .will be ce.1e- i; Church. He wili speak on "Clos- product, and parliament. Priests I
no one judges were prominent Paator ..
Congregational Church. At the i brated i''er I have sinned and Methodist Church Acting< \
at the 7:30 Walk With we sufferingfor
I i p. m. services: God" at the 7:30 are in
them it.Relieved figures Argentine's fight I
''r 7:30': p. m. services he will speak t in Grate Lutheran Church. Those i iI j p. m. worship. their sins." It is a good deal :for )from :
j Spain. Cor. Division and Georgia Sts.
: It
I Between FlemingSunday
"/ . on "The Foolishness"* and the Fol-I i,I,i who wish to commune are asked 'I I Te Rev. d. C. Hi"?s, pastot of Responsibility I' like the modern man who says; Clergymen also have served in The Church With A Welcome
., ly of Excuses. }speak to :the pastor the Rev. of Cornish Chapel of the A.ALE. Something very tragic is hap- "I inherited my temper from my provincial legislatures. ROBERT W. WEAVER. Pastor 1:45 AJ4.
The Rev. Robert W. Weaver It' I I i F. H. Zucker before the service.. I[I Zion Church, wm occupy the : pening to.the. American soul father." It was an effort to lay SchooL
pastor of Ley Memorial" Metho- ., The topic of the sermon is, Jesus, 'I pulpit at both services tomorrow, : while the individual is being relieved the blame on someone else. each man's sins his If Classes for All
.. II are own.
John Archer
dist Church, will talk at 10:50: a. The Good Shepherd without ); at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. of his responsibility.I I r The truth is the most terrible they are not they are not sins. 9:45 A.M. Sunday School V. SYpt.
m..cervices on, 'The Strength of i j Compare." ? The Classes for All Ages .
modern I
psychologist, at Not all
I j II sins of- which we are guilty are our thoughts are our Miss &
':t, Joy. At the evening services at !! Worship: including Commun-j l Church will be the speaker to- least of a certain school sac..:. own. Ideas impressions suggestions -: Miriam Carey Supt. 11 A.M., WORSIIIP
> all with They are a
original us.
7:30: o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Weaver l[ ion'icr\'ize. will be held at 6:30j: i night at 7:30: o'clock at.the Youth "You are not what wou are because -i f stimuli, and notion; Sarmoit:
. will talk on. "Fellowship.1[ p.m. 'tomorrow in the Key West i!i for .Christ Rally at' the First of any fault of your own. j{j I result of our own choices our pour in upon us from the outside 10:50 A.M.Sermon \ 1 Know That God U Fu AW"
.,. "Are Sin. Disease and Death .Church of Christ. j i Methodist Church. The director 'You were conditioned as a child," I i i, own decisions' our own judg- 'world. Hundreds of thousandsof : 5:00 PJ4, Pttfter'* ClaM .
Real?" will be the question that*! of the rally will be Chaplaini The economist of a similar school! :ments. They represent the trend pictures flash .before our ayes '"THE STRENGTH OF JOY G P.M.. ChriMtan F.ndMvoc .
f will be discussed at the 11 Rev. J. B. Reid, pastor of i\i Parker Mahan, USN. There will says: "You are not to. blame.5 f of our own minds and the desires. every day. For the vast majority 6:30: Intermediate and 5:30 P.M.. Young Peopln' Meet t l

J'i' --___ __ _ __ a. m.i,Fleming Street M e t h od i s t j I be a Bible drill contest. You are the victim of a.'s stem"-1- |, of.them we have no responsibility Senior MYF ;:::10' P.M., WORSHIP f..
Both undertake to trace School Lesson 7:30 P.M.Sermon .
our misbehavior I The Sunday i Whatsoever.But FOOLISHNESS
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back to some cause out-Ii i i for April 11: "God's'\Message. our sins are our own because :
Poles 92 Percent i it. I, TRUCK LEAPS ON AUTO; BOYS ESCAPE side ourselves. j to a People in Exile." Ezekie118:34:36:22.38:37:1.14.: I I They represent our choices.No TELLOWSHIP" FOLLY OF EXCUSES"Tue.
Now there is an element of man ean be compelled to
I '. :t.t.Of Catholic I it .,p,.. : .. ' ? truth in that proposition but a'' choose evil l.. and that which does! Wed.. 7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting 1 .. 7:30. Official Board Meet
Failhj J Wed. 7:30. N.
tt truth may not be the truth. And of our own hearts. If they seen fit.represent our choice does rpt and Choir Practice. 8.30 Pray.r.Praise
. 5 6. i it t-y the fa'dty of the position of the I J I to turn out well we ask for credit: represent a" responsibility. fA Thurs., 7:30. Youth Night "Cordial Welcome To Alf
'" WARSAW. Poland. AP-i .p&chilogi and of the economist I}.for them; if they turn out badly JSj i its'iiiJsJ free act of! the individuav "
TToland is 82 jar cent Catholic, plies in the fact that they build' we blame them on someone oss. a determination of zTrfansxwn - - -.
a t 1V. rcording to Church statistics4 + 1. their theory on a fraction of the something outside ourselves. soul. It can never be
Just released. They show that ofPoland's ; truth while they ignore other\ Every Man's Sins Are His Own j I Trade (without our consent, 'and : COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US
24 000.000( people/a t t truths just as determinative. '\ I i with every act of consent goes
of tall Y Daniel Webster is reported tot
are Catholics. Original Sin t ' inescapable responsibility.

I J;:; 4 :97 The per (cent pltal of" Warsaw There also isi.I! The theologians had of deal a generation ;that: have the said once most at important a dinner party thing:, !I i relieve Modern the life individual is attempting of his responsibility to- FLEMING STREET METHODIST[ CHURCH
ago a good to say occupied mind was
Iw: | that ever my j
1.200 but that leads dis-
are Methodists and 300 Bap- about the doctrine of original sin ] to
that of individual responsibility:;
r lists here. j by which they meant that innate' to God." And when all extenuate 3t'er and the disintegration of : Corner Fleming and WUIUm St.
a .'' Jews in Poland number br-I i evil which they professed to find : ing circumstances have been des- j j character.! The American people', : REV. J. B. REID. Pastor
f l twwn 95.000 and 105,000. Most 'in every human being. i i-cribed it still remains true that ; are'in desperate need of this gospel -
!f r Jews are centered in Lower That doctrine can be left for I in.a day! like\ ours which is 1I I II': Cliiirch School . 9s I Silesia around Wruclaw; in the I discussion to some other lesson, ': CLASSES FOR ALL AGES :
[ textiles center of Ixxlz and in Y't but there is original sin which i i
. : western Pomerama around the calls for frank facing. That is the f Grace LutberIi\ Ii West Merrill Felton. General Superintendent :.
tit sin which is original with each of I I Key C
.city Szcztym.i 1 ; 1 e
us-the sin r i no one Church I : Morning Worship 10:50 A.M, :
in all the world is responsible, but I j .
t i Jewish I Paintings us. : 1215 PETRONIA STREET r j I Church of Christ I : Youth Fellowship. 6:30 PM.
: It is this problem which Ezekiel j I i
:: f.iJ. the ancient Hebrew prophet :; i f 1120 PETRONIA STREET i iI Song Service. 7:10 P.M.
i :
=% Going To America was dealing with when he penned Divine Services 7:30 P. M. 11' '
I Ii \ \Vlreph tol 1 I the lines that constitute the Sun- : Subject: I Worship Including :: Evening Worship 7:30 P.M, :

ROME. ';, of 93 Jewish displaced I It was a common saying among Without I -- -
paintings by gravel truck after it somersaulted over an embankment in the ancients that 'Our fathers Compare"I I I SUNDAY, 6:30 P.M. I i ,...........................e..............eeeete---.
l persons in Italy is on its Topanco Canyon near Los Angeles and landed on top of an
I F. H. ZUCKER Pastor I Ie
.way The to exhibit Los Angeles.was bought by the automobile. Two boys .in the automobile escaped without serious I I EVERYBODY WELCOME I : THE OLD STONE CHURCH

.Jewish Welfare Federation Most injury., . : I I :
1 .. . I oitY' Presbytcrtan Church : (First Methodist) :
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of the pictures deal: with the life! .
t of Jews in Europe. Some depict 1 I child, who had tumbled 30, feet, 717 Simonton Street (Colored) Poinciana Baptist christian Science I]: Corner EATON and SIMONTON Streets ':

: '. the horrors of German concentra-I Saves Child I. remained Afloat until tier fatfcej( Sigisznund A. Laing Minister Church i i. : G. LEON WELLS PastorSunday -:
i ''tion camps. could be lowered on a rope and .
For about $2.000. federation: officials From Well] I!I bring her to safety. Morning' wonhip. 11:00 o'clock'SPIRITUAL 17th and EaglePastor's : Society 1 f Serh'ievs; :
bought these for exhibit in Taken to a hospital she vial fkwfcJWtl
Los Angeles and possibly other found* to be SECURITY" I Ij Phone: I164-M of Key West : :
I uninjured. : j A. D. I SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.
ATLANTA, Ga. Glenn Houzc OBRIANT. !
: American cities as part uf. the! 327 ELIZABETH STREET .
Sunday School 3:30 P.M. : I"SO() : _
:' United fund found his I Morning Worship
;JT Appeal': raising 20monlholddaugh- The capital of the secluded Youth Meeting 6:30 P.M. I I :
t' campaign. ter floating in a deep well. The 1 realm of Yemen is San'a. -r I Sunday School, 9:30: A.M. : Sermon Subject: : "MAKING A GARDEN- t
Sunday SchooL 9:45 A.M. I.
___ Evening worship. 7:30 P. Services 6:30 P.M.. Methodist .
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POLICE CLEAR RIOTERS I N CAIRO POLICE STRIKE "CLOSER WALK Subject WITH! M.I Worship, 11:00 At 11 o'Clock Young P\*" .p5e Invited :

"MY'Subject LORD AND:MY GOD" i: Subject: "ARE SIN. DISEASE" 7:30 ".n. Evening: i 'u..hip! :
Sermon Subject: "HARMONY WITHIN" .
Tues., 7:30: Prayer Service
p.ra. 6:30: P.M., Training Union .
'"* and Deacons' Business Meet I Wednesday Evenings .

a Wed. 7:00: Youth Night Io i Evening Worship, 7:30 Meetings at 8 o'Clock A Special (Invitation to Servicemen and Winter Visitors i

Fri, 7:30 p.ra, Choir Rehearsal i I Subject: Reading Room in Church ,.........................,.....................
and Boy Scouts' Meeting ;i ""THE MAIN MATTER" Edifice will be open I .
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I 1 Public Cordially Invited' from 6 to 8 P.M.11m3unipulnuufmmlmltlmnlnltlWnnlOnmWIIIUn8N1 .
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I Vrs CORNISH CHAPEL IllUl1 m1AUlAGNIAl1000A118101m011clhlnltr: .:

r k -The AJ4X.So(COLORED Friendly ZION CHURCH)Church"" I Youth for Christ Rally f: Ilronnin BAHAMA E.: Nichols and EATON, Pallor Streets

Whtte&ead and Angela Sts. 1
Rev. C. C. Higgs, Pastor 1 Director. PARKER MAHAH. t7.S.N. I

.. -, 1 TONIGHT, 7:30 o'CLOCK, AT i iI SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45: A.M.
.,,, fc30 ajn.Sunday Church SchoolTeachers IL E. Day, Supt.
-< Joseph Thompson Supt i I 10:50() A.M:\ Momin; : Wor,.liiii l.
: i i Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS ; Sermon Subject: "Are You A Citizen
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11 A.M. ilI

7x30 P.M.-,,Worship Worship i.m i | Speaker: Rev. J. B. Reid I : BAPTIST Mrs.TRAINING Elijah Sands UNION, Director 6:30 P.M. ,

k .. Man 7:30: p. ..-Board of Trustees H Pastor Fleming Street Methodist Church 3 7:..511 s P.M E:\filing 'ur"'

I Sax-Clarinet Duel. -Uayinoinl Cole and E Iw. Steen II Sermon Subject: "A Look At
Tues.. 7:36
t I (AP Wirephoto va Radio from Cairo) Prayer p.m. Class and I | Hible Drill ContestPianistLorraine Us'i

ARMED'' WITH RIFLES AND WEARING HE7LMETS. Egyptian troops hurry; through a public Wed., 7:30 p.m., Choir Rehrs. I = Not tape; I 1 j i
square in Cairo In pursuit of fleeing rioter RIoting and looting broke out in a reign of terror 1 WELCOME TO THE PEOPLE OF KEY WEST | Wednesday 7:30 P.M, Mid-Wetk Prayer Service J

I unleashed by underworld elements in Cairo and nearby Alexandria after police went on strike. YOU ARE WELCOME I | COME . BRING A.FRIEND: f I Friday 7:30: P.M.. Choir Practice :
in the outbreak. j
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1\\ f' G, SIG ;f :. ,,' THE I KEY_ i WEST CITIZEN- ---- ,, '_ '" ., __SATURDAY APRIL 19. m i
<> I'* RETURNS. ft).CU7j 1,:ll r.ARBfEp i: "FORCES tamed by each of the three Arm-'p".1,?MeIfpiarwltsliplaa/MeuaIp1UgplsUgq" ..:...::.:::..:.... ....... ............
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jFirst ,' (,;. Antonio -Socan-as,"'after'spcm1| i iq [.' '(OontlniketS' room Page One I ed Fotces. : '1 I TRUST! :THIS a I r
ng a" month"wilh tJflTr'mocirtf+ fif"this -PanamaThcsrouplcavQ6: Panama -f It is also emphasized- the 1TRADIMARK
city. 'has. retut ned .tohis arrive 'in Trinidad Friday, committee has no power-to order
fr; ; Use Hypospray On home in.Cuba. '. t Y ,: nivcS'1n'Pu rto Rico April 17;' changes: ; that its mlasnin is merely -j :
,, [. .: : ;:" *. ''' r ivcs, in' uantanamo, Cuba I| Jo report its findings, 'conclu-j !#I Ii #

t There was even a""Marxian approach -:April 19, and- returns to Wash.i'naton -: sions. and recommendations to JI iM" !II i
= Humans Comes Here .. : Apri120. I
: to}Q"'EH making.mass : f[Secretary Forrestal for his.con- ..
:' 'It_;is .reported that object of sideration and possible action. I I II ,
immunization\\n-: the. cve.nt'of "
the trip !jsjnot to'make a detailed
i. ,
bacterfolog'irtl' warfare by I:
[ Snvcstigafwn.of the organizations ;
which some encm ..rrtight spread I I
f VKKSITY: OK TENNESSEE : Reds disease."' '" ." !, lo-be visited, includins) : Key West. :"sa'i (PMiK -
Becoming Its rposel&. to.familiarize R S lIII .J
.' i the mem- .
; Th' liitisroit'siiid: 'gtin-ly .
I I : : VISITING. imOTII.KR .: t''*of mMi ne' 4t the rate be,rts of,the committee as a43oun >N AO a "" ."
i I. Whale,Conscious with :)"the facilities main-
j jI 'offOOt FOR
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: AT Mill HASH | l & i
: l I'I is'tull% '*4r .'. f**.*rMmKis.
MOS OW.AP) -This wiiitcr '
I Dr. Robert A. llingson, directorof :abouJ ttepualcmallllssht, { :' :STRAo-:THEATREA1rCoisditioned L
has seen greater Soviet id-;light;; by means of a spring.i It"Pshoots : fxtm S.l.ctiofU-Cxtra ScvlngsCIomfl.l a
the puat>graduate course in 't rest in'the Antarctic than evcl- the contents oT a carlrdge . .
1 jobstttrtcs in the University of before. but.thr!interest territory [into :the irniiItj> 1h(!'. 1 .....ts./... 1,"'" .
{Tennessee School of Medicine. but whales. ".. [ depth of about'BO Inch: Now bowinIlqlfl" cta; xaE>ROETS i i ,a ss :
arm-tp ; '
+ *. . ._. f *. I .xf : :.SONG"Dana t'tOTN' .....
4 and the first doctor ever to use The press 'has: continually: reported r t '* ,,, Islt It. W ; Iry--.c"'"

f inecdlnc 1 t the hyrwprajr injections gun on arrived patients in fleet and progress watched of it the closelv.;whaling The Df09 Ethel Andrews'and BarrymoreStarting ,,,QUCKF n.{., llin..nk. I'1 h..h..r.adlw .:I .Drop.S'i ....___..._.. .._... 1
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:JKy-Wet ywterday.i Soviet Union .is a signatory to AUTOMOBILErWe Sunday
Store ;
I t Dr.' Hlncson. who, is a commissioned the International-Whaling Agree TOGETHER"Jor d .....i i "ALWAYS I ... .
officer in the U. S.I'ublie fill aU prescriptions when Hutton ; I 4 ipvciol tccttm for al.k I-* -** J.
Health Service, and Mrs. I I your old car starts giving you. Rtynolds.Robt. '- -- HOMEAPPLIANCE I t t tt
. Ilingson, are the guests of his is very difficult I for the I patientsto I trpuble.yf . .
brother Lt Comdr. James HingIBon. :. receive them with the needle*I: : carry a complete line :of MONROE THEATRE I t I I ]
and Mrs. Ilingson.! at the The hypospray gun was invented Brake Parts.Ignition.Gas"Fittings .. Showing Today I ;l, I
'u.-&. Submarine &.. Dr. Mine- oot by a doctor' but by _Spark. Plugs, Fan Bits /THE MARK OF ZORRO".Tyrone -
(son..leaves Monday for Mobile.tAJa. Lockhart a young diesel engineer AT YCU\-SEJ\VIC& : : PowerLindaDarnell, :PHONE 11 I CORNER of SIMONTONand 1I
\ r who conceived .the1 idea qf : 'DAY OR.NIGHT: Starting Sunday us Simonton St. Key WestnumIUIUiulllli9lullilAamAnmmnllnlIiiiimnmiui FLEMING STREETS Phone 1560
Dr. Ilincson says the hypo- high: pressure in small mclal l eontain.r I'I1UNJ:. -\ I yyyyyyyyy.yyyyyy
worked : 1178 "i.)! OTRA"Dolorei.Det '! !' { I _ yyyyy.-_
the i after observing i
spray gun represents -- ----
\ ;late change in injection terhniqo around'engines: who had oil inadvertently :: '. J JA'NE! na'sk'JNE 4 Jose Rio-Aguilin Baviera Irusta ,- - -' -- -- , -
q! In almost 100 years. He injected by power -
I rwcBt .Havana with the gun and spray and who'felt no pain. .lso?;..ISUTJJ :STREET:; J. Spanisb 'Picture r
fpertonany injected shots of vita- .The basic- anatomical studies - . -- ---,-, ,-_ .- 1T1DRESSI
'mlns.lnto Dr. Ramon Gnu San were made by physicians, includr = 5P1
:'Martin. president of the> Republic tog Dr. Ilingson. A cartridge c; TWIN'Y
,0C( Cuba, and .members of his used to inject such: "medicines' apenicillin $ !i.1 t Sun: and Storm TUBBING iviar-ILQ
:atMU.. in curing'! ,venereal dice IS FASTER i SHOP 8l
j iHe" lately returned: from Car- ease; streptomY IQ.,, lA \thc_,treatment I 1.AWNIN'GS l:
1 .t' lk; Lau where the National of, tuberculosis; j inst tlfn. fot -c! Washday Is changed to wash ,'
I pUr. Hospital Is located. He diabetics;. local ansthesis.-: for flit I , . Tub hour-as the this triumph Dexter of washer Twin | '.r t Owned and Operated by EDNA MILLER and MARY CARABALLO
tlnjatac. promin. the medicin? relief of pain;' :'liver extract s,, in , i'OPEISt'j. :>1' DiJ/incfice Atoning dependability .-- washes ?
lived &by lepers; into their bodies the treatment of anemia; yita> ; rinses, wrings an at the : :
t ind; all seemingly enjoyed) the mins. for the depressive'diseases '. Wheri.cLOSED='J..4'Perfect Storm Shutter sam's time. See why and how I Dresses-Millinery-Accessories l
experience' Dr. Hingson: said.t and vaccines for children's: dis? CONSTRUCTED. OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET METAL the Dexter Twin Tub washes /
- cleaner, quicker, easier. :
\t heir bodies usually are cov- ablements. 2 GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST OR ROT

.erra with t ores.'*.&aid Dr. Hingpanf 'begun. haa. been used.-on 5,: .Finished- : .,in'''Gleaming- Monogram,;Enamel"or.:-Design Your Choice. of. Colors. | .. -117 DUVAL STREET, Opposilc U Concha Hold trI
\ "Tberefor*. they' find the'tnjectl.n 000 patients' and has given nd GOMEZFURNITURE -
Simpla'.o,Opnaf.- FHA Terms>, Model on.Demonstration "
needle trying toJ.a'f said' Dr. -Hingson. to:
very pain Scy" '
the least Since they' have to-' day. "The Public health Service 'mffllkclL'EE:: BROS. 6140- GREENE ST. I rI--I : 1

(have many'shits of.promin -datly.U.investigating. ;:(Id>Usise for . T .., ..PHONE. 4- CO.' ,: OUR FIRST .
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<.< .. lOlGllLS. r .i :YaJ d.s.ld.JXwds; 'tp.f! _. 4f: }: ,.. : i i i -SPECIALS EACH DAY at COST- !

: ..:. .; f'' .. 4ki : '. B eau r 1'Jjt: u lSp-.m2\Ja'fl. ? '}" /) f'f'.: : t.'> : ..1 1 1Y 'L_ ', 'MQNDA J Y Blouses and Skirts. .: I z

w"IRAND NEW jLOOKHfoiCon 'suit :I Sunamei.\ J; 'as 111011S.i . : :TUESDAY
. .. '" Underwear I
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and 'we how CINDERELLA FROCKS : ')=f i ; 1 .......:..;.." I
'V the tritbntu of'.pri gtiine.. And. I
pture .noteUifM ii WEDNESDAY :
rJR quality signs oICderlla'sMagicTouch'!! ;. iiI :i I Sun Dresses and Cottons i 1.

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-.- .: on Put our your handsome.needle and exquisite thread' to beauti work' : SATURDAY Wool! Dresses, Dressy Dresses I I

esc Shipment! ofLIJXITE : ful new fabrics. Enchanting. gay and Formals -
: cottons ... pure silks . exciting ='-'" i i'
prints . new'patterns . waiting -. r-
.. for you' to whip them- into f&sh- COST: PRICE ONLY SPECIFIED-: ()- DA Y--. .
ion-shapel Come the
"rloa BRIEFS and PANTIES . and SLIPS : see new '
Jersey Crepe '.
materials today and feast "
your eyes
HALF SLIPS with Dainty Net Ruffles ?. : BLOUSES i
: oa".the most wonderful array of /
2 PAJAMAS and Washable GOWNS : m .tcl'l'| s..r u'Ye Te'r ye rs.: \ '" .rF 4 ,I .
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Sizes 32 42SPECIALLY Youw Ufind-. ... by. to..n'iII.IS.: TAILORED mill'JS.l"TS:.

PRICED_. ., 8298 ::rl\IAtL"\ .f'S..0''N,aJ.".;'t.+,-. t ....1.-: ;1 ..">> ; .. Jk% _; Values toSKK. . At A S995'! D -. _;_;;;
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: "Fine Materials'* -;... f '
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I CKOVr oj Values Up to $3.95tidies' :. "('U 'c Silk and Rayoii Fabrics" ) 1 TEASAiYIS . ULI.EHIN'r.ILOH O |

: : DATES 10 Valu S9.) 5 5 . . A tCHILDREN'S cjy5 1

i Blouses Now$198 I .
: Laboratory Tested Materials l for t I
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10 $4.95 . . At S2uU

Skirts. Reduced to $] 98Cfiri1C11C I j Fabrics in Aborted. Color: LIITLi"; lun' I I'ULO SHIRTS . &.1MIICE i
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OIH/IJO SHOES ALL ..MEMBERS ASSORTSENT of YOUR! FAMILY for i: SUMMER for GRADUATION 1 and PROM s et 1 :::J,t.:}\ \1. ... ":t- ,. .., .- 59c or 2 for sl00' _I

for'Infants Shoes for Shoes Misses for'and Little Ladies Boys and Girls *'. . =..' .i" J r (-'f.fT; 'i; : MALI SLIPS . (;(J\\'\S . ROHES: AT COST: 1 :
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See the new 'styles in .., *z -:4: :; .to $1..59 . A t 75(r! !' :
NUNN PUSH and FREEMAN : beautiful SHOES . for \I *f' a -
: Spring. Street.//Dress' and s.( '- t' Slacks & Pedal Pushers. ', ;.;; I
Sport Wear. Also I :
: sbqw..1 \
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Cool Mesh Materials .. New Sport SHIRTS i in : CLE TREAD . and ga.:!..., S Values : :
Large Selection of TROUSERS SUITS.and : FRENCH MODERN SHOES. to S9.95 . At 85i' :
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