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 13, 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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III? A._...... Pee..l Jewish agency announced today I! u, .x Stores To IN' THAT STATE FOR
HLflLIN. Apnf 13.-A high I !that they have- already establish It -t .f ,1 Begin -
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Russian official in Saxony, in I led a government in Palestine. C At 1 P.M. -
ad-I f The time,that had been set for I1'' Closing UI, 'sae a_.. 1"nM. I
dressing a crowd of.
youth, said last night that them to act was May 16, the day I I :" I .W'i N' > t 1t Thursdays May 20 OMAHA, Neb. Nebraska |'I|
after British troops will begin to I .,< ,[ It from north to south east I* wet l
operation of the Marshall Plan withdraw from thin country. .4.-f '|
I i\.. ,' ; Member stores of the is agog today in the primary that. M
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will moan but one thing-war LeI : Agency leaders explained thai I ,(. )$ I Ito
,",m the Un.;:. d. Stale and i% after a series of conferences they J /l'" .- '1' West Reid Merchants As- Is being held to choose delegates ||

n''...... : decided to act now to counteract 7.=1Y'o': :: : -,: <, sociation will start closing oa the Republican national: conft.
lie- cxplain that thf Germansin anything. the Arabs may do in Thursdays during the sum- .vcntion that wiH be liefcTin June J
Owe Kutfcian zone would re:ent claiming all of Palestine THIS IS THE MOST RECENT PICTURE of the I.bhi Temple Band which will be here Saturdayand i I in Philadelphia to name a candidate I
the stories<< they will hear about Meanwhile, fighting still Continues which will participate in the parade the Shriners will present at 2 p.m. to the High School 1 mer months on ,May 20, the for president. ?

tin! abundance of fond and other between Jews and Arabs. Auditorium. where a class of about SO will be initiated. The line of march will be from Eaton i third Thursday of the month i Senator Taft. Governor Dewey |

supplies' in the Biiluh. French The former: assert that they have and Duval streets Duval to Division street. Division street to Whit_ street to the Key West it was announced'today by i and former Governor Stawen k
and American zones in Germany recaptured a hill that controlsthe SchooLKEY Joe Perlman president of have,,stumped the state in advo- "
rt..hile they in the Russian zone main road to Tel-Aviv, but High i the f eating the election of their delegates I
___ ______ group.
mutt work hard be able the Arabs issued --- ---- --- u 1 to the convention.
to to get a communiquein It ws also Toted by the,
kv fu..l.He which they stated they are i Association to close at 1 p. This is the first try for Senator |
told the youths that the r still in control of the hilL m. each Thursday until Octo- Taft in the present campaign, Hit |,
laity' activation of Germany was : ber. The association also Dewey and bla tu have :u' J
fur its |'W"nf>'kL, ally thrnuslieswith Census TCtcd to close when holidays 1 candidates in oab"ea, including I,
the HIM tins. Shortly New llamp Jiire and WK J
\ lap Wirepbotol occur and to remain open
The Marshall flan he rm ail day Thursday when coium. I
I on
eluded I. u a manifestation( of JOHN ,.,1. POWELL (above). Will Be Taken such days fall in that week..I' Leading Republicans sd that ,
_"trwly. rptl....litV in UM Unit-l UO of Nashville T nn.. 9 State should Tart'win the- greater ttumbcr -
Stale who want to rule theworld. Harold' LaubM.her of I'.I.I', of delegates it will boost hn. ,
( Department courier was re- manaer; .
chances for the
ported injured in rioting at Bogota. the Key West Chamber of Commerce hARD ON FUNCTION i 1------- that if Dewey comes nomination out on and top ,
was advised today that '
Colombia. Friday as an In it will be to his
; Zones an impetus candidacy -
the United States Commerce Departmcnt. Danger ,
Approve( HallotsAlCoardMcehng( attempt was 1 made there to Bureau of Census, will l! even though he did not
seize the Colombian govcrn- ('I.NTU i 1\1/\1'\1\ : SATUR--II get a delegate: in Wncomuv.
: \ ncent.Darnell. shortly oanuladul-ers.begin taking a census of Target PracticeAn Should Stassen finish in the 'lad I

t DAY'S LhREMOiMAI : Soon it will i increase the prestige of
Laubscher said the census Congress To Act
his bid for the nomination.
would be taken by mail. He amended: application has ,
Clr-ilt. and inelJe'"ttJri| for the Carey UFI: A II I TIIMI'LE I I In every precinct in the stale.workers .
said not many Key West firm: i tarn made to the Department(
several' county votms:: .places in produced greatly, although the I the Army by the commandant, I for each candidate are
I / If the> general) primary May 4 will Heads Safety Unit turtle canning and fishing industries GREAT SUCCESS: : On Housing White Says ;j;: 7th Naval District, Jacksonville exerting themselves in hw behalf.
appointed tonight at the meeting ,
constituted some manu Making the ceremonial t>> he I I, Florida, with respect to establishment : -
01 the Monroe County Buaidof -
I facturmg.Temperatures. of gunnery and bombing Funeral Services
I OMnmissiontrs. it was an. Of Red Cross conducted here Saturday by Mahi LOCAL: HOUSING DIRE: dancer zones west, south- uth-

noum-ed today by Chairman emple, Miami Shriners. a ure&tuccccs west. of Key West, and in Florida -
1 Flank lien t lev. has been the Aulo And 1; TOR BACK northeast West Florida For Mrs. Olmsled
Darnell Carey appointed members of the Key Woman HUnt CO? Bay of Key ;
The commission will also
approve -
chairman to lie used for training I
: of the safety Vest Shnnc Club arc putting operations

absentee the voters ballots and that. for will the go'to vot-. .services committee for the Key 7 lI AM. EAT. orthcry'effort this week. ?. i .AraBoth.Goner 1-1FIRFIiCE, 4, -:' F : .U"W": . AT the Key by West fleet area air, -squadrons: in i: S Funeral services for Carrie. L.Olmsled. .

'ing machines. 'ofcVnoftdn "the imertearred1trut.a. Committees have'been appointT .. . ; = age 77, arE,
West -
AChaptcr Station-Y.. r natt.'he : -I I .. l!! 1NDU ,i -Jt_,"r"JtnL1ii H1- tt \ecff-3r'4iie '
:It.-wiUt-.indwle - -", t.ttanta :.-. ...... rt carry.onthC:w9rk.' f -Sheriffs:offlce'tuvl-City"Police ,public hearing on this application.: Pritchafd Funeral Home .
oi ai3 \ rcx _L- __ ___-I 6.); ', George Mills While director
C-1\ttINC.l"7:: "of fast ': n leadci of the veteran
programs today are looking for an automobile Anyone desiring to portest the I After the services: the body will
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# Billings : 37
----- jhriner, John K. Clcmmcr. Ccm! of the
I water safety and' accident preventions Birmingham ____ _ ___ 7! stolen last night from J. L.Pl'ITy Key West Housing Author .; establishment of the porpcfeed be sent to lIack" A k. N. J.. for I
for the Ln "n ner was once Illustrious Poten- ity, has returned after attendinga danger zones from the standpoint burial in the family plot
ALL i iI lismark __ __ 26 Mahi a member of the crew of
ale of and knows
I : n Temple
of its interference
with ef-
Dr. Ilerma Aloo- i---- -- Boston __ _ .__. __ 4'! the USS Noa stationed here conference of the Florida i, or
us around when it
---? comeso fret should
cd the 'appointment of medical Buffalo A 3' way while he was making a purchasein State Association of Housing i; upon navigation submit i. Sales 1 1I
II . -. Shrine functions. such protest writing with Property
CONCHS!! advisor to < ,
theMembers a United trect store I
I Charleston' _- h __ 65 In connection with the ecie Authorities at Orlando. reasons in sufficient detail to I
: aid instructors ; permit
of the first .
Perry ted to police he
,_ _ ___ 47 rcpqj was
"hicago nonial and Clemmer
pared" Discussion of clear for
was print"ipalJyaround understanding
I met I.b" i..., ,.. a I I .'.
Courtesy pay his di\idcnck:; group :Orpus Christi __ 7" cads the committee handling riding with woman who gave Mr and Mrs. Alfred Nor
the therefor. Protest.
will build discuss and demonstrate the him the name of Gene Pierce, the chancesor getting reasons wood transferred
courtesy up your town.I a property .n
) _ __ 2' hesc of ceremonial.
cnver phases i should be mailed' to the District
flirt, came to Key West in myyaieht proper handling and transportation _ 0__ Fernando Ca- who said she was a nurso: in Congressional; action on requests'i the Lime Grove subdivtsoi U. .
XHroit 3n Insisting him .
are : Engineer Corps of Engineers, P.
of the injured. Local ambulance Municipal Hosnital Later he Mr. and Mrs. John E.
LasFcn as a stranger in :( for new housing projects, includ- ; Chapmanfor
:.1 I Paso .. 4"U < nus Contain Bc/.anil'a. Glenn i O. Box 4970. Jacksonville. Florida -
1927 I around drivers were invited to attend said he came out of the store to $7.:00, according to a warranty -
was walking: in West's demand for $1-
UuisellOther Key
Farto and FrankSdw'cr Worth 4! : West and Everett ing in time to be received on orbefore
cirri. when I Joseph find both his car and the deed filed yesterday in theoffice
I a so to speak met :
:Jalvcston 7' committerare: 400.000 for about 240 housing ; 19, 1948.
: ; April
of ambulance .
Lopez service
: A check of the hospital of Circuit: Court Clerk HmwC
own Mid he wa Everett "
M Jmeets ack on/iUc ,6Cansa Refreshments Ben J. F.'man- i
the whi ;> uniU I .
joined group revealed had I'
they .no one of Sawytr
n. RiviM. He showed Mrs.
me. monthly for continued City *.42 lez Lawrence Bigots and Albert: It determined that the! i Also filed ) I
that name employed there \ wad ; was calling for Mw
ItMaxcn and friends around : Likes To
town und refused my to take a cent study of first aid nT blems am EY WEST _* 7e l ley DiNesroIIolcU_ Cl'. C. Price and J. : : Senate i> going Ui take up the j jqueition 1'[ Judge j payment of $27.599:; by Lucille S.
: West Airport 78 m I of for ,,
practical demonstration.First greater housing Stone to Mr. and Mrs PMip
fi* it He said that was aid inspectors who attended .0:> Angclco: 4. Dlto Kinhhemcr Jury Consider:; 'the nation noose time this wt.'t'k.1Conress j Wash Windows Conrad for the property ;tn South
the kind .4 work he loved In dfur ', .tmiisville _ Si Transportation, Beilm A 1 .w- [
the meeting weir LloyMatk /: is expected to aton j street which according to mea
"..thint: for his hcmni. :town, Al Friwell Moreno Wal- haunt ._ f_ 7f, 'rr. Cari Sawyer ant Eugene ll>p measure later I j uremenU is the 3tHrthcrmnu t
Key Wert laei\ lick Taylor, Emery Whid- Minneapolis' ....__,_ --- V \lbury : Facts In Death t tA Mills said that shout $170.WO) ,- :' CHICAGO.-CAP)-One of the house in the United Mate.

1 ,have tern. late. MMII limes den and lIt'ienNeil.. Memphis __. _____ _ ___ 62 Banquet and' Registration. hv: ': 000 is provided in'the Senate bill !'1 prime pastimes of Superior Court Thelma Strabrl.: author t>f thr.
Any group desiring first aid Jew Orleans _. __ __ n __ 7< Melt Rivai. Emil Holm, Everett cortincrs jury under the di- for housing, most of it for pri j I Judge rank M. Padden is washing best seller -Reap the Wild
awl Kvcrrll: hs alMaya '
tans I then *
, 't' instiuctioni should contact thRed Jew York _. ...__ 4roifolk Xmsman.. Albert DiNogro Origin rrclion of Peace Justice J. Y. vale construction Tho Key Wrst '1! windows The glass panes in Wind." once owned the property
Lira .I! my uorvinrur Croji:: chapter office, and a > __ _. 64klahoma Russell. Warren Green, and Wil- Porter IV. yesterday viewed the housing n.x>d3 are 'listed a:; on a'high i I I his homes he SilYS "sparkle like It is a modern furnished real
intthintt- ilu talk was aUmt Key qualified instructor will be pro- ) City ___ _ _ 44 liam Shriner. remains of )Henry Sailor Boy) '' h priority and it is expected'i diamonds.** He started as a boy, dance and riparian rights go with
I Wrtt what a wonderful town it vid..... There arc three classesin )maha _:_ .. -- 32 Ladies Activities Mrs. rank Hamilton. negro! who died Sun- the 'local) project will be approvedof Ii and got into the habit. the deed.
... V-'fldoa 1 hack i
)" came the proco of acquiring tl! skilL 'ensacola _ __ __ 73loanoke Schneider Mrs Everett R. KinsConUnued day of injuries suffered during and when Congress acts 1:
Everett ---- ---
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Wt and heard is :: : > On Page Eight) a fight in a Petronia street bar- I
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I'm vlieriff. I have not William and
wren ii'nmtic him. )".C fcrnl. unknown .IoIHMI. -- --- 3t. Louis :-______ _-5-- 4T:: mtat ); 124_ i *
ran Antonio ,_____ ____ ___.63
. I an, rire linn this tnhut") -- -- TICKET jury recessed until this afternoon -
Low Weekly' Summer Rates Francisco _____ 42 OFFICE
fur IM. ifrvotNin tu his 'M"-eo city' San; : -- The jury is to determine !SEALTEST t I i -at-
Now in effect ;jcalte : _ ._ __ .n- 43 I i Jean Porter and Jimmy Lloyd
whether to
an autopsy is
\ CllllltiTIAN T IJVSM--W: Hue for Nay I'ersouiir* ral1 hassce -. 6f: ALL AIRLINES find out the cause of Hamilton's Two Blondes & A Redhead : ICE CREAM. . pint 30c STRUNK LUMBER AltO
CnL-r (I-ke. Indiana T 71 j Open Till 10 P.M-Ph. 866 (1) TELEPHONE tU
Opp. Bus -rnpa.- PRICE TOURS I death. i I II | News and Shorts I!
_ 50TUNE
CENTRAL HOTEL Washington n n final NITE -
of holding I
Station County : are TONIGHT IS PRIZE
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WKWFat I Hear! Hear! 1 THURSDAY, p-
:i APRIL 15th i M.


for GOVERNOR of FLORIDA Who Will Speak In Behalf T?
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14TH Discuss His Candidacy for G
I I I; of His Candidacy T or overnori I
Oiniiii.i (:
Urrk; of the nnrlI i /raid roiitieal Ad..rtl..r
O ,lId tvli'ital! .'dH rtlj'lII nt i

I f i I TOMORROW NIGHT I -- ; .; SPEAK' OVER WKWF I f 1 I IU in i ii onM

, Eli i iI _

I Friends and Supporters of = KHERIIARDT FOR SHERIFF . Brmu-c . .

JOHN M.\ I 11'- ; TONIG; 1..IT ( so) AT 7:45 g I FIRST-With Ebcrhardt as Sheriff. Key West will show that caai-

FULLER WARREN SPOTTSWOODCandidate | dates NOT born in Key West are encouraged mere la our com

I rnumty life.

for SHERIFF .1 i iI I SECOND-Fred has shown much ability as aa enforcement oJftcef.I .
-I.'unl'n; : Ill un- ; on I impartiaL
,; WKWFTOMGHT 1 I and is absolutely
= =! THIRD-He will be of much help to our city police as he knows

J Raymond Lord's Office 6:15 o'Chwk i I "WHY I AM I AGAINST GENERAL SALES TAX !{I| FOURTH-My how to cooperate friends effectively are asked, and to consider at less cost the to above taxpayers.In casting

All wha are interested in i,
Court House I their ballot on May 4th. FRED J. DION.
should listen )
at County U.S. Navy here. i H'.I; l'OlithderU..eD'lenl I '
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t VOTE for JOHN SPOTTSWOOD- Sheriff-To Be Able To Vote You Must Be Registered Before April\ 17th

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THE SLOW TRUDGE UPWARDs "nuumnhbmmTnunum
;itlt* Sum 3HrsiU ifirt 11' .s i ;-Y: I LEGALS ,, ;I Reds Hold B_, : *- a
West In
pn Hr Cxcvpt 8a Key -
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.. P. AHTItA. Ow.rr ... pbU.kTer \ with a "very simple culture," Jived iTHK' ("IHr.-IT rot IT OF Tin I IOKTUK Down Rents THE: ECONOMIC WINDS
XORtII" U. A..T1IATb. <. mmmtmrmm ....... Jt'DICL11. CIRrt'IT' .
.r. ....... CIU.. Bulldlnc in northwest Africa 150,000ryears; ago, Gone TTK IK *'LORIII". 11 i4NO 'A BlDW hCU! 4
...4 AM Street Days By IOKMONUOi: IOINT1. r
CM-r ar..a. j :MOSCOW. (AP Rents in
CMtjr iMUr >.wapaper In Key West and Dr. Hugh Hencken of the American School. 1\'ERs.EESSIE ;. !
r. )I.....* Countyt.M.r.4 AS.TAKEN FROM FILES OF 4 -e % 11-31 I: the Soviet Union for Soviet_ citizens THE STORM WITH
of Prehistoric Research announced hig' are said to be probably the
: at Kq W.*U Florida. a.eG1I4 eUamttrMKMBkJI THE CITIZEN OF i PZ.intift. U.S. SECURITY .
v... Ill%4X1*'I* lowest in the world The average! .
: Or TUB A$ O('IATKD TORS return to this country with two tons of APRIL IX 1338 I POMIV1CK HANOI i, Soviet family spends not over SAVINGS BONDS.. .
.. Tfc. AMMai.4 Pr umumumulllllBlDIJIIaItIllIlllllJmUmIUl! ! llJ HefendanttOBDKB
.. a. f.r r.prw4.rtU>. or silt n ral dlapatne.tct itedI. relics found in that area. OP PICI-JCATION, five per cent of its: income oc
It or fttrt Mk..r.lM credited la thia paper, and Key West Junior Chamber of. TO: <. ..
.. .!.. Ik. loral a.wa poblijihed here. Despite the fact that the culture was Commerce began a drive today to i pnmlni\Y1nlon Rannia16O7 rent.A
,. Moscow: warier pays ,about
RATE advanced try to enroll an additional 1001 ..blla.I lpl u. Penesylvanls,.
IMCHirriOX: "very simple, it was far as compared $20 t r
per month for his apartment,
c.. Tear 7)11.0$5 ) members. I You are hereby required to ap,<*ar '
)M..U---...: ... r 6.01 with that'which existed among men 1 to the Kill of Divorce filed apaln neat, water, gas, and electricity.
,.,_ )AI-a. __, in I IMQ.nday you In the shove sl y.ed ralu .n <.**.For over two decades 'rents hav- \f
1 t. YNth .. 1.te of GOO.OOO years ago. Communism was discussed lfor t M I%till day nf if"y. Attt;t l' ,
.: i aalr ::- =- -:::_.. '. -_ zs ) I4K. others ls' the alKat6ic! "W>if, f ftaiard !!,t n'> .been ;raised. The rates art:
night at a of
That i is is far back as anthropologists! meeting I therein willbt' taken patte, based
: } on, of ths highest
income :
: ; ,
AUKRT11la: RATES Arthur Sawyer of the American fessed. ; .t..){
Mad* Kaowa oa Application have fairly good collections of stone implements Legion. The speaker was ...._ and *>r< ...*.' at K. 't'tf. 'rpairfjperspn i occuppying: the given .
I Florida, tain,.IZth. !1 fr.;t rt Apclli act* Tnere is d maximum aboverncfef
PRdAk SOTICB to determine the. estimated timein State Commander A. D. Harking. 1'.IUIj. +. ,
o. .. .. "P"f ': ikl;-rent mug not rise. The I
AU ra41a a 4ie* **' f thank. tClRCtTCCCT. fK.'t.,:. .iff ,W
_tlre., will be which they were used. It is surmised 11oca ; stat
Af t* *e bll arr poem etc C9axylrtl 14p1Vns! all largo buildings. A
lasted fer at lh. rats .l !. **nt.' a line Flags are flying today at the ( p,5 rd 9M11':;1'pytrii; :
.. N;.4t... rr ..t.r4aln* eat by ...ure.... from which however, that man has been on earth more entrance of the Key West navy ny:.<...sJ *nni' LOtptortrlrtlalty r i worker can own' his own home
A ,..__ !. !. k. derive arc t rent a line.Th yard in commemoration of the . (:1-tk.. and someumes it is possible r
fuse to aa o... and Invite 41s than a million years. Enrique Ky. Jr.. :f
_...... .. birthday of Thomas 1 I rent a room or two in a privately
f a bJI laaae sad bjevt* or local<< or What he looked like at that time is anniversary 'Uorn.for Plaintiff. 1
. .. .ral l.l_i. but It will _t put>lli>h anoayiaou Jefferson, who was born on Apfil at>r-lS.29-17;may ,ISIS. i iOTlrf owned small home. But the ene'..a.IMPROVtNLXTS' purely a guess. His mentality is presumedto 13, 1743, and was the first president i[,I really important landlord in the

have been so low it could not have compared of the United States inaugurated \ .%PPII44TIO\: OP INTENTION" >ll IINI.V 'Kii j i 1'I i USSR u the state. -UL

:: FOR KEY 'WEST I favorably with that of an ape of to in Washington (Probate 1)IN'litnF law I;I2) I I IIN I wwww .......w........ i i

day. A motorcade under the direction .:' 1IUNIIOP 44.. '\T%'. THE VETERANS
w It Ls interesting to think back over the of the Jaycees, will precedethe I ;.T''TK OP H.4>illl>/. I I',, \ 1 1

..:. 2.1. More Beach Hotels and Bathing and Apartments.Pavilion. time man has been on earth and the struggles morrow political night rally in Bayview to be held i In re the% HtOHTli.Instate IMMtr.RTKIN: ...rWJJ.I.I.Uf ... 'i i i; CORNER

3. Airporta-Ltnd and Sea. he has gone through to reach his position AH WTiom It May ComernI Oeeeased.To : :'. .........a....AA..
Carl Fisher will build lodge 1.1FIAFa
.: 4. Consolidation of County and today. Progress! was slow for many a I Notice.i hereby given that TomO. QUESTIONS
and cabins at Key Largo that atklni. filed his Tina r-p..rt i i ian
City Governments. thousands of years after he made his appearance will administrator of the estate of AND ANSWERS .
cost $100,000 according\ in
William KoctrVat: ... dsrrased.that .. .. .
5. Community Auditorium. on earth. Take the matter of formation received by { he filed his petit!hn for final I Many veteran make frequent 4I ,
from Miami The-cm-t di..harllt. and lair he .wtO .spelt- ,,' inquiry concerning monetary
language alone. Probably it has not been Mr Fisher denied the the Honorable -Raymond R. Lord ', benefits especially about re- I!
County Judge ..1 alarm"- Countv ,, New Yah wall. t.isyew. 1
more than 25,000 years since the begin I Florida on the I Ills daf Ma.1948 .\', ''': tirement pay end subsistence I C- ", __
for of and f..r': Answers to these - - -- ---- -
approval same
: ning of the crudest language which prob- Almost $7,000 in tolls was col.lected and other questions -
: lUONOGRAPII tinal diaeharge! a* administrator of i 1' (
M cOt n
during the first week in ; thl estate of William lli'perat- I I II j i often asked by veterans are !, Your Horoscope Approximately per
consisted of dozen words and .
ably a a Sins. dee. I !t ( |obtained from Veterans Adtnin- rf .uxdrace.
;- Reader the reopening of the Overseas +ass.ti" 1. ', Mexico poyiiatMl> arc
Dear : I Ifeted'on this i lth day of April; .
multiplicity of understandable grunts. The Highway. "4.1. < I istration authorities and published TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 19-68- M per cwt .ff .. Mtiv

.: The current story running in The I latter "language" was on a par with the |'T. *\>t'4v ,TCAT-KIW i i : J Mltdmntiitrator I ;;i by The Citizen for the l This day brings a te dewy to blood suit It pr thed pure

: I I. captioned -Elephants Can't Misses Agnes and Florence .. ..of the' estate ., benefit of our veterans. !j.' white rstY.i.dtees.
Williim I': "Wm .
varied tones used today by: dogs cats rera' i Q. .I am a World War II veteran SEarch in unconvncn paths and

Vote:. The heck they can't vote; watch and other beasts to convey "ideas" to one now Walker of,Fort formerly Lauderdale of Key, are West visiting apr_"IS_ :.:f 27: 1 y4.l:4t.-:1;:: i I' i' and \could like to know if I have ;' to seek after strange thtftg.. | Ias . t.

next November : the fight to choose the ., There is a little lack of the power '!
Elephants hospital GOfTCCTRIUMPH :
:. those Republican another. Thicken, for instance, }has seven in Key West.Committees STRONG ARM 8RAHD
XOTICF OF INTI':\TIO\" TO M\KK I prefer in case of service-con- ; of selection in the character o'j I
:. do things to the different sounds that are understoodby representing three ril APPI.I.ITIOFOR%II fa. H\M IIIS- j,i netted ailment :. the work but the life generally {I

Donkey 1 A. The VA probably will offer falls into proper channels and i COFFEC .
other chickens. PTA organizations met yesterday t Probate J.a1l*: ::) t -
rrw THE ORACLE. in the home of Mrs. Bernie C. I\ {'Ol RT OF Tin f'01\T\; ',such treatment in the Veterans ends in success. The thing to be MIIXt I
Advances of life earth wonderful '
. on are Jl IK.FMOMIOH ( ()1'Tt.FT.tTU ,
Papy to arrange for a May Day 01M.OKIOl.. hospital nearest particularly avoided is evil) as oi 1
r things. Even we of this century marvelat festival to be held in Bayview IN PIIOnVTH I I i your home, or in the nearest VA ,I i nations, for the influence of the '

the ignorance in some things of peopleof Park on May 5. (In. :nJ.l.W.lX re the E"lat. ".fK Il.n"l'Y.IIf'N'a I hospital equipped,and staffed to .1 day lead toward loss through the All Grocers -

p U. S. ABLE, TO "BALANCE"' I "....l. !i take care of your particular case. envy of others. s ortaN . Mi . .
.... the last century, and wonder how they Miss Jennie Mae Johnson left To All Whom It Man.-m: j i I Q. I am now drawing 10 per ---- -- -- -- -- --
SOVIET POWER were able to get along without things Notice 1.. herby given that i hare -: cent compensation for a service- :I-
many this'-morning for Miami for a sojourn filed my final report a*. a ell- i that are commonplace'to us of today. of a few days. tratrii: of the e tat- o'' rrellaKain connected knee condition. Will II I
!': Harrejr, deceased that I have for
: before : Veterans Administration pay
lustration has been used .
The I filed my petition for final ..II M harjfe. : knee-brace which doctor'''I
The Citizen in an will the honorable 1'.a! my
I Today says and that I apply to -
:-- but it is worth reprinting what Dr. ) aiah The mind that i is censored or controlled editorial paragraph: Raymond It Ix>rd. County i 1 i advises me to wear?
Judge of :Monroe County Floridaon .
)i I Veterans Administration
How man. President of John Hopkins Uni- does not rank high in intellectual power. the Ifith day ..f .\..nl_ IS4H! for ; if
"The Citizen's propagandamail approval of....m and for final .i.- !i will pay for the knee-brace -
': vernity In connection with military charge. ax a<.miniolratnx of the eMate ,- .. VA doctors approve the recommendation
nays today it a
was heavy ; of CH ila\ )swain; Harede- I I ttstotrrfittHtBLINDS EI
large waste basket to overflowing. ceased, on this 22nd training: ISIN '1 I Q. May private physician
.: "It In no good for a town without afire VITAL \.Irnlnl"'ratrls MARIE .RIFFIN of UP-T.\S. : be called in as a consultant whileI II

/hospitalized in a Veterans I NfflfNJbfryyoltit
Subscribe to The Citizen. of f erua Swain hart.y.1.ceased. .,
department to send in a mail order for Time and distance have always been I Administration hospital* I

;. a fire engine when it hear that a house the bogeyman of military supply lines. In LEGALS mar.23-:S...apr.a-l3.lt48! I,,I physician A:'lfo' except happens in to the be event a regularco your qs% t'ar

' 1S
It burning." the l last war these two factors became more I' tI.\ I''TII: Jllllll\l ('UK"I ITOF taat .on the hospital staff
VOTIVE: ni- riuTr Tilt ST\TK .,-' FIOIIIIIV and Ihe t staff agrees to call him NOW AVAILABLE!
This in almost perfect illustration of menacing as battles moved farther from l\ Tilt 4'411"\T\ Jl IM.FUilXKOI. -% t'OI-RT. .\ ,,"M) foil .unut: 101 'Ta. tJ;# _. ..... .f tart Or'.... ,......
: '. nn '.T.lT t TI:'I.OJJ IN ('\11\. I!'in, hleJyouret3SO. ....... flatehed with ...-eaal\-
the of nation/without an adequate production lines in the long push '
plight a across F (.OIIIDI. yr r. if f. <'._ ,.. II-3Z1: . |i>.i Q. Pan"; veterans "of the SPan- /." yalaetlc ._.eL
= military establishment, when wil'r breaks the Pacific toward Japan. In many vital .Fstals I III.y',of V:.. RYAtkrnse: d._<_ve-- ..(( RYERF'tTT.t:11AVE5.l'lalntiff.: :: American..Waf. get Govern Also ALUMINI' I 1

.; out. Unless it ha some powerful friends, instances air transport successfully solved The State; of Honda to All PersonsInt.resl. ! "!I. 1,15ORCit1PLE merit'Insurance because of his Acailuhh'Fr. I IK
"" a.: able to end assistance, catastrophe will the problem of time and distance. I>eeedntloi ; '. I I 1>' I I I I AJJo Government Insurance .. timate ---Call 6St
are hereby notified thai a oRDER OF PI III'U \TIOTO \
:.. result. Shortly before the opening of a written. Instrument, purporting .1.4. :-Krle Smith (:raves. ]{I 1 I was first made available to veterans PROMPT IFLIv'IRY _
he l the rant W51I an.1-festam.nt f ill V irsmilnue< ., -I! of World War 1.
In the present world situation with major engagement in the Pacific a destroyer raid decedent has! Awn admitted to ,: -"Iaunt..n. V' rJi )nia: ), .How- can I find what educational -
l.r..I lu te in maid. Co art. I Yon are h..r..hy required to appear I Q
-: Soviet Russia bestriding Europe and po sMwing burned out some boiler tubes. New Vnn are h.rpby. commanded. .within .' to the Itr'l! for l>ivorre filed benefits are due to a vet-

the military might to overrun the tubes would not have arrived for weeksif date>ix of calendar the first puhliration m,.nth from of this th. 'I cause against on you or the. the alxe 23rd.: lii styled fApril ,, tran ,.who erved only GO days

notice to appear m aid Court and JH.. 1'4H. otherwise the ,ll.gallons .-, and vas discharged because- of
Continent, there is no power In the world surface transportation had been the only .. .. .. i
showanw. If any vtnian.. w hy I, contained ll .
cart .*. in admit taken .nf., e 1.t . I 903 FLEMING STREET KEY WEST. FLORIDA
the action of .tlrt ax < fu< <
o able to balance Communist strength except available mode of shipment. The Naval ling i".11 to probate should not I IM'MAM UJU'Jritn at KeyVest. '!I! A. Write direct to jour VA PHONE 63mz

.0 the United States. This conditionwill Air .Transport Service flew the needed stand iinrrroked : Florida.. .this Lend day of ,, Regional Office( I
C-I-AI.I Raymond 1: lord :Marsh A I' I94St '
obtain until the Western nations of I supplies 8,000 miles.!' Repairs were madein County JudtreMonroe I (
... County; F1ur.daepr.A1 : c"onrt Clerk of irrnit Court. wishing DraperyCorrtic.-+
Europe are rehabilitated and organized time for the destroyer! to meet the flotilla ; U-fI-.nn ;JXOTICP ;: Seal> I:t'; Ealhlwnottnge! I i.; 'about veterans bene-

.. into something like a joint .. the V A .
,\! -.\ f r plaintiff swered by writing nearest I -
UU: 1'ruba.Irt l .her IRS J8)
wHh fighting forces ready to move whenever scheduled. !': :: ; :
IX; TUP ('01 ItT LIP TIIK ( UI \T1Jl mar -Aapr.-119411. Regional) Office).
IM.r. "U MII n 4' OI T ". ----.- --,- -- --
any one is attacked. Many thousands of similar vital deliveries I.OIIIIM.. IN PHHRITK.In .

The United States, in. its own de- have been made by the Air Trans- r.;.KMate i.flMII'i . _
M m \N Deeeased.To
-. tenee, should be able to carry on warfare port Services of the Army and Navy. New All Creditor and ..eri.on.. Havme C
Claims <.r l>eman.ti> Against! NIW'
:- as speedily and as efficiently as the Rus parts flown to the scenes of far flung San) K'tate; YOU GET
You and each of you are hprrbynotified
: clans In its own protective interest, it operations have enabled equipment to be and required. to presentany .
claim and demand. whichyou
should be able to render assistance to. put into use weeks before surface supplies nr either .f you- may harp

free nation when threatened by a superior could have even been delivered. Everything 1 against>an. deceased the relate late of Emily of said MU ..

military power. Unless we do. the United from tiny radar parts to a giant (Monroe Countt, County to the. Florida County. at Judge hm office of-

-- States and some of the far-flung British battleship propellor has been delivered by f'oun'r in: at the Kev court\\"'Ior"'of&. within said- : 25%NOliE VEL

Dominions will be the only habitat- of freedom air. time eight of the calendar first publication m..nth frn of-4h this
.: with in few years. In anyl* future war time and distancewill be notice in .writing Each claim. and or.hall demand state shall theplace

be deciding factors. The rapid move
WAR CRIMES AND of and .e K.orn to b\ the "claimant his ,
men supplies by air will be '.
ag..nt. .r his ttorn. ) .nd any FOR'YOUR
vital. There won't be time to build "air such hall claim be n.ld.or demand. not so filed MONEY!

:: In 1943 the allied nations, fighting the lines" like the Army and Navy did duringthe Sd.\-. administrator r:im ARD Clr><.umTrrtemento \&KI. -

.. aggressor, determined that a commission last war. The Military Air Transport Annexo of the Insist
Will and Testament >f t-:m-
.. would be formed after the war to try per- Service must be increased in size and the ilv M Rtan deceased.
apr -U-IO: -27.I94SI I
sons accused of outrages against civilization efficiencies and economics inherited from ':. Read these

=- in connection with the war-making of- its predecessors must be maintained and > Tilt, r.nTIT ('01'I T 4tF. THE. :f, the PennY-stretthin9 facts amt
II I:\ 1-NTH JlltKltl. f 1114 | IT -.IEl
= the dictator states. improved on where possible. l\OF.Ito THE FOR VTTF 1IOROt 0. rinumt.('0' \T1l .' \ this great Col9ate/ -Palmolille/ / -Peet "pre&cf

.: The commission was duly \ rilA4:M<\. BOX
1 C \
C._ \.. '' W B u 1.
II-.TM: Vel in the new, bigger box now 25
with %
;:..: some 40,000 names on its list To 1 Exorbitant profits are what put the MIXOUI KH_.:lARCHFR.. to to ever before. gives you more than
:. date 5,944 persons have faced the tri- Sin";; in business-and keeps it there. \...- KlttiHt: "$ g''tes ou Up 2. Vel costs less . ounce for ounce . than otMt- --.
MICK Ross .tRCHER.1)efentanL .
.. bunal. Some 997 have been acquitted, :: "ORE f tor JOU r products made for washing dnhes Mid fine Itlitfi1,

1.567 h.: capital OKIIIK OF PI BLIt'.'TIO\ 250/0 tn 1 3. Vel gives' you up to 25rJt; more for .
sentences and ASTRONOMERS AS SURVEYORSThe TO: AI..H I. 1t.ARe'IIIn.. y4MKiMMM,.. .......,
.: 3.380 have been sentence! to :,.,7 North Park Avenn than other leading products in its class!
serve prison _Frremont. Ohio \1 money I ,
terms. world's "/0lIl1am Ljggelt l made
are flockingto Ton are hereby required.. t.. appearto :\ du cts
There are approximately the Pacific the Hill for ivorce filed again d\nd\ nro
34,000 persons spots in stretching from \ I ea
ton in the above styled cause vn or disbes
I .
-, who have never been found and it is Alaska to Burma in order to view the an- before 1l4f.! : otherwise the 5th the day allegation..on-of Mav .\. i itained It_ ":' : f tor was\\\ng\\\ cuts dishwashing

not expected that they will be nual solar therein mill be ...
located and eclipse which will occur on May taken ar\* c : fabricS-

N brought to trial. It is probable that most. 9th. feiedI .>ne and Ordered at Key \\-e.n-I '\ q and tine half
of "Florida this *lh day of April, time in !
these are dead or else lost in the con- Without going into the details of the I>. 194X

fused shuffling of peoples in Europe. astronomers calculations, the observations ("In.'t'IT OI'HT Clerk of SEAL-a.. ,..r. \\ Dfches ghssware seam 1 -

It should be noted that the above expected to improve man's knowledgeand Bx ; lsd) Florence finuit t:. Sawyer Court. I \ i .- t
figures do Tieputt "Clerkrnrique : ntrt Is...Ir.......... F
not any trials by the make possible more accurate maps by Fsquinaldo. Jr.Attorney ......Calc.... w/ out wfoino! A

Russians i who declined to participate in the reducing the amount of guesswork neces- for Plaintiff I I :3 -..... ,.......,...C.: .
apr-C-U-4-7.nU Just wash and rinse dishes . Don't
work of the > commission Q
preferring to set sary when mapping the world's surface. V I ill wipe* Even glassware gleams with

.: up their own tribunals. No figures are One expert points out that present cut wiping, because Vel leaves no
available for the Russian Your Grocer SELLS That Good .:. soap scum or streaky film to polish t
trials. distances on the earth's surface are known MarVElous o/Sf/ S away Removes grease faster and

only within 600 or 700 feet. By coordin- STAR BRANDAMERICAN more completely than soap. Leaves 7 7p
No real citizen I i no dishpan ring to scrub out. Vrf '
of any, community ating time signals, in connection with the COFFEE .f7l7CnNGr.UMif"&E.WtXJLENj: cleans dishes cleaner than soap, saves '
can make his personal contribution expected eclipse the and CUBAN up to half your dishwashing tune! 1
to the hope to L- : 'Instant SUDS in hardest coldest water! And Ve! is milder to handsJ !
*community in cash. fix distances. -.Try A Pound Today_ ::

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Plays Wednesday i At Rest Beach

Rest Beach was the site of a

Tie Junior Softball League picnic Sunday afternoon that A as

playa another game tomorrow afternoon enjoyed by NCCS junior hosti'! -

; at 3.U clock at BayVnrv es and servicemen from the USg

Park under the super Isiun Howard Gilmore and the U=>S. :
ref IMC City HvrrttttMHi Drpartnirnt .
when Harm School, and Swimming. beach games: JKaufman's ('
J'uthrla'Q P/Jne portable radii). anl a
twitch fats.
Prli..riing beautiful luncheon all ado! tithe
HIM IraSlrert **- carne. *
gaity of the day.
n'Y'-1ft Sthool will -
an Annex '....m in an exhibition play t The'picnic lunch we* prepared
by the Muses Lucille Ihndnax
lasw< t S p. m. ;
--- .Regina Nubig. Batty: Caring anal
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..._-.-...._-..... Birdie Lowe. _
Present were Andre Bourgeois
i i- i Knuck, Betty Johnson, E'msrHamley.

t- MM3; Egun Kaufmin.
ME2; Stella Jones. Betty Pa-k-

IJ hurst. Anthony Vellucci, RIM2.
r II
I Joe Panillo, FAf Regina Nubig.

PEDRO AOUILAR Mary Walterson, Bettv Lou Girmg. -

................... j Don Ne.'Som. BT3. Marie
Kay West I ,, Nesco. Carl Scenreck. ET3: Harold -
Sports la U47 ..
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1 c..14........ .. Hall FN; Kenneth Persin-cr,
FEBRUARY -Hed Raiders .' ... ,... 4\. .,,4 e.'" -, ,. '1\ .-. SA; Lucille Hindman Birdie

.....t wvcr Yvilkt**, w tu .. } : : ..'. Lou Lowe, Carol Boza. ROJ.CLa- .
lUand City IlMketball u. I ItA".cl I iirf" < '< >, ::' u. t" berge. BM3; Ernie T't:=, SN;
League .
I ". ,- 'r ', ''< -.. f' Isabel Lazo Hilda Cjstilio.jClaudma .
Villarecl > ,4 .__
MTIC mired I \ \o. I and Vilnna LaFend

23 points, Skis II, SchntiU 13. I t.U' t_h..t.., Henry Dunn. EN1.iDoilglass .
rival 14, Me..dor 12. ,
Paul CJ, 'j BEN HOGAN of Herkhay. Pa.. ran into some trouble near'.the, seventh green at the Augusta. Ga.
Albury erlc,
eity rrrrealion director but post Dirc- Masters Golf Tourney Saturday when his ball landed in a sand trap during third round play. High

t..r. It link two strokes.for lien to get the ball out. Hogan's three-day total was 21S-nine strokes behind ,

tk fence aid retained hu poet the leader. Claude Harmon of. Maacax oneclu N. Y. who wen the tour DOT with a recordtyinglow Choral Group At Ii

It i* ratm.ttU-d thai Mimi Sun of 279. f

Sox will sprnd around $10000 1!i Park Tomorrow IJ

her lI..nn. ih:-r trainmc period

FEBRUARY 22 Kernrd crowd nON'T CLIMB THAT -FENCKt NCCS, Presented J. The Douglass High School Choral -

Mrs Key West High School bcsI '" Group will return to Bayv-ies

fibril five tubdue Homestead v s Program I Park torso-row night for another

High. 43 to 31. JUHK.I Vamiv J i j I Fen formance. it \/as anioun'vd
i lust to Homestead juniors, 23 to f For Servicemen I today by Paul G Alojrv, city

I 31.. Latrr stored 12 points, i recreation director
I j This group made its frt npi -
Cruz 11. In
junior game. Lowtoired Last'night NCCS offered .
a var-
ranee at Ba Park '
pea >Mew evj -
four Dodn tnd
four.FEI3RUARY ied program for servicemen aid I eral weeks ago before a large and

their fncnd i enthusiastic audien- many of
10 Du Sox
Trojans. 4 ti 1. Raider deh Stella Jones instructed a classof whom have been looking forward
to a return preformance!', Al-
-;.ied Trojans. 8 to 3. Diaz beginners in the techniques of I bury saidHospital.
pitched for th? Sox and George ballroom dancing

Mai,rat for the Trojans in the i Hilda Castillo brought, in a I
first Sweetmj and Chas. '
1,cake she had baked, which pro-
Albu.-y were tjpposmg mounds vided refreshments for all i I To Be Entertainedi .
own in reomd game Diaz and .f j Claudina LaFe. lyric .
soprano i
llaqua poled double in t'.pcni'r.J. .
"A Little
sang Bit of Heaven"and :
....* Nwv'arro hit double and John The Serenade the monthly Amt iran. Red ,
of Bells. '
ny Nav&rtv a triple etch in there Roland HodgtX MM3, and A. E : Cross and NCCS paTty will brjI
...00 K4"s I held at the U. S. Na\l HospitalI
'iollW. Smith SN, were prize winners
At Navy Field. Pirates beat th:- I tonight.
li in a series of brain twisters prosed
Clowns. S to 3. S-lmero allowed a M by Egon Kaufman and Ernie i i Games and dancing are on the
I.n hits and Alien end R&bciUfcaxe .F a Tietz. j progr .Ti. and a birthday cake will i ii
i be cut and oresented to the
gIftS i
up 11 Blown and Satin Competitors in the games in- '
,ru hit doubles. i eluded the Misses Rose Marie I patients wh o birthday annive- !

FEBRUARY 24--Claude V-l Shanahan, Nellie RomaeuenI : sarv occur in April I
NCCS hostesses will in-
des leads in physical fitness in r Carol Boza, Netta Valdez, Claud- junior
elude the Misses Bettv Arma:o-,
He scored 612 and .ina LaFe, Hilda Castillo, Bettv
t"L points : I
Netta Valdez. M'mi K %e', HildiCa
Martinez followed with 583FEIlRUAltY Lou Caring Betty Armavor ViII I
sftllo. Wanda L\rch Jo
25--Cuban Consul I jma LeFe, Stella Jones; Tilgham >ceShephera ,-
Itd'llm LaFe J
IJinidi to we Cuban official I I Shamer. SA: Roger Lebeige.

about Jove Marti Week in Key | BM3 Ernie Tief z. SN: Joe Pa- '

We t. It will be a gala -fiair oillo. FA; Joe Kaufman.' ME2: GIRLS: !!
To &. Continued) Elmer Hamley. MM3 Roland
bfA'1 ,
Hodges Anthony Vellucci, after

Cuban Pitcnvr Struck Out 1$. L MM2; Henry Dunn. Emil Andre entering

Setting Record in FILTh ___ Bourgeois, BM3 Herbert New- :WOMANHOOD "

writer tuned in on the Hasna som BT3: A E. Smith. SN: Bill
e Smith SN: Hubert Hendley, FN
\' -We t Palm Death game last Are you troubled by dtstreos of fe-
Laurent C. Lafond. SA Herman mrn'e functional monthly disturbances -
night Dufrene FC and Steve Garbco- ? Doe thte make ton suffer
Tony Lorfiuo struck out 13 from pain feel so tterroia, tired,
zuch. G1\I2. weak_ curb times Then Do try
UfMchtr t .bliluni a recordfor Lydia E.Ftafchanj Vegetable Con,-
.U U ireith.n..> I .
the FloridaInternationalIia ixnind to relieve jcn symptoms.
Famous to help omen troubled
Ltaguo. The fob mer MRS. NOLA MEYER (right) glares at an indoor fence builtto [ Seek Divorces this way! Also a stomachic tonic I

high maik in strikeouts was 16 keep her from the home cf her daughter. Urs. Harlan Hand I .' LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Me o:

by nlin 1946 (left, who stands with her children. Patricia. 1. and Harlan.. Petition eking divorces were __ _ _ ___ _
: West PalM Bench used 13 Jr. Mr. Hand get an injunction to keep his mother-in-law out- I filed yesterday in the office of n
Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer
pl ,yeis and ovary one struck out Since Meyer lives in the same hou'c the fence was built. : PINWORMSflOW
by Jack Nyary against Sarah
tot lit one*. Hand's lawyer she'll ta if she the fem .-
ho .. Viti Vida.. says go jail crosses : I Lucille N>ary and by Bessie H
Our Iocs.1 They live in Nashville. Ten!!. Kramer Ramaia against Domin- CAN BE BEATEN
fanra-d lite firn time up I IOlie
, __ 'ck B. Ranaia Save teen
--- -- -- PiB-Wonn
he c-me through with Th* miseries of
the --- known for centum. and millions of victims
& double to deep right center. He lil1uteSPOR'fS WMS have sought s way to fcl with UuJ
the next two baton Baptist "MAN OF LETTERSSOMERVILLE. pert that lives inside the human Sod*.
died there as Today thanks to a sperisL ntedicaTrrrccrnizrd
struck out.Lur..ruo Holds Session Mass. When drug a highly ettcrliYe treatment -
has been made forcible. This
fanned three in there QUIZ I the Walter King; were evicted the vital incretUcnt in T-W the Pin-Worn*

cond, fourth and seventh innings a The monthly business, meetingof recently Father King found anew I, tablets D JU'te.dcrelopeJ the laboratories of D"

the Baptist W. M S. was,held home in a vacant section of The mall, MSy-to.tale P-W taVeta art
1, LR>)'d Evans is an Oakland i I the local The five little in a special way to remove Pia Viortna. So
field April 5 in the church. library. I &>n't suffer with the embarraaotnir rectal
what of
ing name in sports Kings claim their father is a itcb cauK-d b. tl.w aril -t. Ak yonr
2. What boxer with a record of Mrs. Daniel Sharp president I I drwrrut fur JAYNE'S P.W *aJ i-.low the
"Man of Letters" twice
SOFTBALL order and o't'rhe .
called the meeting to i dnwTtioas.f
fort -three bouts stepped .
> pio also works at the postoffire W taeaas Pia-Worm relief
then 'Miss Helen Ruth
into the ring with Gus Le ne- - -
GAMESIUYVIEW vich in 1S47 and was knocked out French as W. M. U Youth Week I

by Le ne*'ich in the tenth.* president. ., "A City Is Only As Progressive As Its Transportation System" :
PARK 3, Name the boxer who was Reports were given by chairman '

NIGHT PLAY awarded the Neil Memonal of all <"Ommitt Plans' I .
Award in 1946 were made for the Baptist District i

4. What year was the first Youth Rallv to be held this GO i

TONIGHT fight sent out by television? month. The young people First I
First Game--Uob's Sport Shop 5. What light drew the first Baptist Poinciana Baptist and

vs. VFW.Second million dollar gate' the Cuban Mission will take part. ..
Game-Key West Merchant The program was presented by .

v.. USS Gilmore. THE ANSWERS Mrs. Edna Albury; topic. That O .

THURSDAY They may Have Life : devotional The Next Time Ion C.u Any
1. Won the ten-mile race at the
. Bob's Sport Shop Mro. Bennett. Others taking
First Game- part meat
International Snowshoe congresson Place in Key . .
\.. Adam Dairy on the program were Mrs. Bron-
j Second Gam*-Key West Mer- Feb 1. 1947. nie Nichois, Mrs Piedad Archer Ride the ItusPoinciana

thants vf Kantor'a Wen 2. Billy Fox. and Mrs. D B. SharpApply .
3. Tony Zalc
It Shop. 4. 1939 To Wed
1 FRIDAYFirat 5. Jack Dempsey. Georges
USS Gil-
VFW \s.
\ -
; Ci rpentler in 1921. i Application ; for man iage h- .
m re.
a censes were filed yesterday in
Strand Game-Elk* \'s. VX1.JUMOK .
the office of County Jude Raymond -
African GameIs
R Lo-d bv Cludia O. Salad

SOITKLLSCIIC1UTLK 24, of the U. S Navy and Rosa

DecimatedPRETORIA. Anne DrngeU: 21 of 823 White .

Bayview Park Field street and bv George J Whetsel, '1 :
Africa.tAPHeavy of the U <5 Navy and Catherine -
WEDNF DA Y. 3:45 PM- South 21. ( r
r slaughter of gameand Hires 17. of 714 Southard
faiths School vs. Poinciana losses likely street FARES .
large drought are BUS
School.Spring .
t Place to bring cancellation of the / I
I J 1948 open season in the Trans e Downtown Buses J* :

Festh'fiJ \aal. : Routes and 3 DC .

Dr. T G Nel conservator of t

I For Servicemen game, reports large numbers ot You Get More for and i ;

.1 festival dance animals are wandering from iwa Nay tepsvlas seaisi. Your Naval Hospital lOc I :
A gala spring game preserves because of tn. Money . ;
will be held at NCCS. 1021 Duval ALL VITAMINS
. nericemen and Junior drought. On unTjrotcctid area when you travel by bus. Miles City Hospital. I :
street. for Wednesday. April they are slaughtered by hunfer Maws to be essential to bunua of safety. comfort. convenience Stock Island and :

hostesses on and the meat frequently is solocommercially attrition, plus lira tad iron. and cleanliness. Courteous drivBoca Chica 15c I :
9 to 11 m
I 14. from p. In addition the
Music for dancing will be provided rr$ $2.59 5e*' ers who put safety of their passengers . - '7.
weakened '
bv Arent Sjursen and his drought has so man C first and foremost. Travel - '
of the animals that they are being
Three Sharps Orchestra. pulled down by wild dogs hyena I J: safely and comfortably
will be served. I
Refreshments and other animals. I GARDNER'S PHARMACY I ; Key WestTransit (O.,

The gross U. S. farm Income, A survey of the situation indi- 1114 Division St. Cor. Varela i: Rtdethe Bus J. W. suers- Manager

_I from dairying in 1947 topped catese losses among young am PHONE 177 . FREE DELIVERY : Phone 1057l -: '"

five billion dollars. 1,mOlls are particularly severs. ,




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The rate for ,. '
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w.rd. sad ... .... is .1 .
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Cool airy house for .......... wtftl I aaa roIItrmJ ... _
January IWt. TeL 1_'-''. i j jf Kay west and ,*to..

aarle-JUj hsy'.. M"\-I4.-<' I'.i'.igt
3 I .pesW31I *ei uMqutesn

e 4 e 4-bedroom furMahad 1uoaAe ar 01 >up ,
x large lot m gout ra iesstsN t help make .i, t.

IAl' Rlrepwoto' section for period of < tasswt.. Meats. iI'Mwuthly

the Dal from 1Mb. JoMrr aMtd lye h... i-
TWENTY-FIVE PERSONS were injured. five critically when these two interurban on April
r III call < D
on % *
las-Sherman line crashed just north of' Dallas.. Tjxas. Saturday morning. Here spectators exam- Johnson. a1r19-tt .-
MCI. tlM o.
ine the wreckage shortly after the crash1.
.. Gables. 1'1"1
.. availaMcApnl Coral K
Two-bedroom home.
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15 to Sept. 15. CaeaplefieIy -I

--And Little i BLIND) 3IAIVS FAITH IN 51 AN KIND RESTORED furnished. $135 per ......... '
Apply 1120 Seminary j FOR SALE-REAL


Lambsie 'Gas' Ie Far an*. kind of r H 'J"

FOR RENT West he ii hon 11ft

LONDON,-(AP).-Horses cat t APARTMENTS OR ROOMS t K busan'.s 1.-.1..

oats and dogs eat meat-but it' I __ Paul Buy I:n. 6:6 I'IJ

; Rill takes thirty gallons of gasoline ; -w: 1 Live in comfort directly OR Kch for Phone

r : with private' ----
i opposite a
a month to operate the famed , -
beach. rates. Lot S and W' L, .' 'I .
i : I Special summer ;
Quantock stag hunt in Sem-
I on apartments or hotel Ave K. 7. r..t h
crsct. Steven Hotel _r.-.I $I" 00 :.21) s F'

One u;e is collection of the 1 I Steven Cottages. s........ FL Lau-Jir.!. I. H.Doubk ..
(leer that the hounds run down.
South. apr12-1f;
The other: notmg any damage
which may have been caused by -- -
the hunt in passing so that it FOR RENT-ROOMS :, 1.. i:" I I. ., I 191

may be repaired'" aide lot. jO .. i on
Room for couple or 2"l'IL.jcd' Marina Wa.i-gt'.,

- gentlemen. Use of kitchen and haitn. Photo: 121W
laundry if desired 913 Georgia .

St. Phone 161-K.

-.4.q-t apr12-tx 19-rdotn d u p.c ., t 11'
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: ciao n re.i N
Overseas hotel 917 Fleming St. ,.
I marts and >> .1.TVOsrs.
Son to Gerezes y Weekly rates. Sit sm k: *H .
b.J!!' -'
Mr .r double with bath. Special rain j
and Mo BerxnaT Gerez, JTrr I tent 1.:1.-,1.

521 Center treet Announce the for service men. nris-tf jias. clern i' \
birth of a son \cateraaaltprnoon
rage. pi it ate r.I
at 4:15 in their re-iidence r i Clean airy room reaaonabic rate. .
-- franrt FIIM n. r;
The new arrival weighed 10 : -- Call after 4:39 p.m. SI* .VJUIc-1,I rents aUf 8120 i .

pounds and was given the name __ head street aprIJ-*ts titlelm-, ',
of Bcrcnam Jr. 9 I
Get detail-.n I--! D
:1 rs. Gerez was the former WANTED TO RENT
Fit .....
Key ;
Grace Alvarez of this, city. I
Unfurnished vo-bedrueMi house "
9 i b-
Son to Salises -- --
Y or apartment. Must have slcWe I
A son was born on April 12 to _. and electric refrigerator. Write 7km chuio 1;" F.

Mr and Mrs Charles Sahs, Jr.. i Box 827. No children. lion, call 86').XMWANTED "

Ml Margaret trtft The' new-" -z: apr- ttx

.-. .'comer'eighed eight pQunds.1 -- -- -
':. .: three (ounces and has bc nnam-, __ Navy chief wife and 7-year-old TOGo X

ed Charles, III. (AI' \YU-"h..tu, boy r.eedbedroom house ot

fTODVVSAISMVERS I JOHN R. .S WE ANY (left), blind rooming house proprietor in apartment Have permanent used a. u. '>ii'
duty Naval HwprtaL Phone
Los Angeles. Calif.. runs his fingers over a radio given him by 507-R. aprlJ-J&x M-Z Point unaV

.\KIES Edward A. Krause (right). Santa Monica radio dealer to replace --
t skill .nd ,i t:ibe
:. (Know America) a table model stolen from S we any by a man pretending to I Couple with 2 children tiMer 2 reavmabk . 1743-Thomas Jefferson. author rent a room.'Brief desire 2-bedroom houseor
I years Bt'In Tin
pf the .Declaration of Independcnce. : i
-- Furnished
- f
apartment. -
1tft4kGu!! StirsPark.
apostle of liberty afld en j FOR SALE .rnCILL"ou-' ;' By May 1st. Write .
lightment. the third Prtiident. Items Of. i\ __ Box W-3. c/o Citizen.
versatile American born in Shaa
\\clLVa Died at Muraiccllo July hit e rest To Women'I MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL aprl3-5t\ FOR SALE-U

4, 1826 i Present this ad with your Evans- HELP WANTEDMALEExperienced

1795-James Harper eldest of Serve a hot macaroni salad for i Pilkirigton Studio coupon and 1tS5 Plmouth' 4HVeiv .
receive a FREE mount for jour I id ..n.Lt.
the four brother primers who a luncheon dish. A little like the men wanted to make 1IJt
founded the hou e. major ai New I This offer expire 941.M tot .nl..1\ .t
Cuban tile. $1.50
popular German hot salad. per :
potato May 1st 19 J8 Evans Camera
York Died
CiU. born there. on
work. Free !
steady sleeping
March 27. 1869.1823Sabato I it 'i>> made from cooked elbow Store, Southard Street Cuban-American TH
quarters. I
Moic-is. noted macaroni, crisp bacon bit, onion. spr3-10l APART
Co. 513 N.E. 10th St, Fie Laud ] FOR RENT-
Philadelphia Rabbi of his day. I sweet pickek. celery. gum pepper erdale. Fla. pr9-4tx I'
born in Italy. Died Nov 11. Io97. and salad dressing.I i FOR SALE .I Furnished up..itt' III.

1850-George C Jenks New --L I Truck driver.Ionian. Good pi%. and M't.. Mse ., '1 I
York, dime noxil w..iter. one of I !lOne !).c.J.-t. SciAel ga refngcraI Opportunity for advancement ,x +iti !;t.. iiturn "n
Top hamburger I .
patties with to- $3300 Apply Adam
the of "Nick Carter" -
creators mato sauce and i Semi-tractor trailer exfxrrKncincccs ,.in i. i>.Jr': cal
born in England. Died Sept. 12. spaghetti for a Dairy. apr3-3tx Hotel tins,nt
Apply in ''''
supper dish serve with mixed: >sary person
1D2*>. Cabrera Wholesale Grocery Post Of ii e
18J-Fr.l1lk. \\ ,) >lvorth. vegetable salad and fruit and Plumbing supprio, complete -
born 1heas for dessert. i stock. Plastic tile points and 1M'.ax .., ,
founder of the chain stores Tyro .10. tllH'nts I"
in Itcdman, N_ Y Died April 3,II I I brushes Murray Plumbing Key West r prrsentatrve for William St.
1919. Spinach, is alawvs well-liked I 1532 NV.T.62nd Street, Miami service State
building plan
when it is served
creamed and Fla. Phone 7-3421
1854-Rich..:J T. Ely. noted : aprltfI and FOH SALE

professor of pol! economy I crumbs topped and with crisp browned bits'of baccn.buttered I'!i Man's biocle good condition. background. Write Box present TPL..connection ,/.-. -- ---
Y. Died '
limn in It.pitN on Box tt o'i
j I Key West Cituen. aprlS-Cix H>' "U>- .
$1000 Dyber 649 William
l1 d.
Oct. 4. 1943 turn K. \ W
Green cabbage is a crisp and Street aprl2-3tx
510 I .titlhutbe.uut. "
I delicious addition 1 HELP WAirTED-FEMALE pony
Nvw Y..: k CI1.."; 36 mile long to spring i
and 16 md ..n.:-hili miles with meats. Quarter it place it in !1 Universal electric irorwr, $ 5.00j
First-class omk Whiteor --- -
.11 Its g &-.t ... ,'dU ". I.I and enough boiling water to cover ;j f, Apex washing machine $3000 colored dinner mn or woman., Mm ( Fu '" '

-.-, ,- ... --. I Id I tender cook: this uncovered will take just no more until 2313 Patterson apr: -U one fast short order mn s.t"78 hp. .,I....... .. T' oJ' ,"M.
than 7 to 12 minutss Coca-Cola Nights. Report to Mi Rmlxm I
Leaving the ice box. Four doorsforce's '
n. : La Concha Hotel apr2- trtam TI.. '. "lkElrrirH
Q: 'lb9tJ saucepan uncovered will help, &r- -Q. jpr8-6Lx

dissipate any strong odor. '
Experienced waitresses for La -- --
Motorola auto radios to fit all cars ,
Spring appetites call for fresh 1 from $12. 0 up. Completely installed Concha Dining Room. Also for I.,<.; r'1..
rhubarb To stew it by the double J Bride Radio. 650 NW Coffee Shop. Apply manage!'* .""1' M I .ih '
hold 'i.. .L iiiViigrni. ..' A
office La Concha Huti-l
boilei method cut the rhubarb in 5h SL Miami. mart'l-1 mc.
., *->tni t. t"1
one inch pieces: 'place it with j) aptt3-3t
sugdJ In top of duoble boiler and White outside paint white enamel 7 p.m.

I! cook ."oc ered. over hot water teas -j $.'.'.?5 gaL D,"h.rty A. Co. MISCELLANEOUSSpecialists
tit 11 ts tender. It should be soft i| C45 Olivia, cornci Packer Cali Used lumber PII"1'

but still hold its t-hapc Cooking 1 15)7. aprlO-U in washing machine

o this way without added water repairs all makes., While - ...
I gives it a detectable flavor ..n lcoloi 29 Ch:i -:"r..k seeps ftur Very wringer rolls. The Traders I WHERE TO E.1St .

About I cup of sugar maybe good condition. possibilities, Phone 1431. 136 Duval St.
used to 2: pounds (5 to 6 cups) i i fcood charter boat. Phone apr 1-tf :) TII"
l r .
of diced rhubarb. 1366-W aprl2-6tx j. OVERSEAS HC
I Dressmaking. Specialize in buys

RE\ ILL 0\E-(:E\T ;1 Adding machine cash register and girls' clothing. AlterationsMontzelle's COFFEE SHOF
-' 19-2 :Pomciana. apr23txI Dress S oppe. 518 I
I SALE IT G .tRI\hR' Fleming St mar24-20t '17 FLEMING STT,

BE.I\S I.' .1 I, rr,-
i TOMORROW bles. chairs six-burner gas 'MM
Tbe Recall Original One-Cent',I j stove with grill. National cashregister I Washers, irons, vacuums and! Served

i Columbia Restaurant fans repaired. CXBrant, Phone Combination 7:30 to 12
Sale ;tart tomoi row C"I' four !
t2 day at Gdi.dn"rs Phaml 1l'Y. '! 117 Duvol spr2-6tx 1164M. aprl-tf I II"JaFROM
Elsewhere in todav advertisement Citizen Gas stove alnivtet four For guaranteed plumbing and re A DeliciousSired
vill new
be tound the i iot t : 1 tc 2
this annual vale |!1 bun tS. 706 Elizabeth. pairs. Free estimate. Call ll M lI . FROM
John Curry. 512 Margaret St I
Two items may be had for the i{i aprI.4t>, '
Don't use your office as a date original price.' plus one cent for ._ Phone 781. __ aprl-tf I 7-Cour Served

bureau TJie boss won't appreciate I the second item i Electric range good condition FOR RENT-COTTAGES-- -I i 1)1\\1 . FROM$ to ,
it if you have half the $t>>.W. Miniature washing machine -

male office force hanging over I: A Japanese fowl 'called the : : goad conai"jn, $ !&0t Cottage for adult cwuple New U. I. A Second Cu- oC
your cjesk during business \I Yokohama has tail coverts nacre :1 Pbone 117S-SR for a.9.1un- decorated TeL : Served with Pu.-a C

iJlgvrs.. Wait until after_5. t I I than .20 feet long. i i ment. .ptI3.1b IfftlJJp. U '. at No Extra Chat.
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: .:I ........................................4.....aais Whoa c riaia ore ***:: ""IfflS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU S i
WHERE TO BUY ll sad tlur.1:doubt u
I' BENNY'S buy H

is TROPICAL TRADER I j ........ -.-.-.--..-.-............-..........--.-.-.-.-.-.-.-... ..... 9
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)W) Siuionioii. St. Nice Selection of f GIFTS and'SOUVENIRS ,: Elf ll t is Ebarical rfE SELL ll ,

B Ownership BENNY FERNANDEZ Managementof Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : : We Will Call For and Deliver: : WHITE STARCLEANERS : : Service Station :

,> Serving . i : ( i2. 30 Yean Experience In Electrical Work :, : J. H, BRADY. Manager PHOKX IlK :
...; BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 Electrical Appliances Repaired : Fraud and Division streets J

.. : .LUNCHEON 11:30 to 2 ss .: LLCaLL 211 Duval Street a : Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop. : : Tires Tubes a Batteries Auto Aceeeaorlea :
,. DINNER. S to 8:36
.. e a.. :: '_ ELECTRIC TELEPHONE: : 41 : : 322 SIMONTON STREET: : Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE DealerTAUY'S :

: Short The Orders Best -of SanGiiclesr Steaks f. i ME.SU Ry.ST iiE..i, .....-aaa' ....a.a.aaaa : Dry Cleaning ,,: .............a...eee.....aa.aa....................a........a.aa.a.a.a.......a...aaaaa aaa-... .

: At All Hours : 1207 DIVISION. NEAR COB.WHITE ST., ': : and Pressing AUTO AND : -
se t' Si Try Our Frozen a -yo our Patronaqe Ia ited"" ,:. ::>THIS' SPACE AVAILABLE : 24-HOUR SERVICE : i
TROPICAL DRINKS a j : : Free PickUp and BODY SHOP ,
: PRICEfor
I r. i Open Daily and Sunday. : Ice Cream-Proprietary. Medicine .: U -. a Delivery Service : 630-05 GREENE STREET: : j
8 A M. to Midnight : .: Further Details : SUITS for MEN :
........................' :: Sick Toilet Room Preparation Supplies School and Articles Supplies :: : Apply to_the : : ami WOMEN: : Auto Painting S45) lo 85500 : -

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jlov : Advertising Department : PHONE 282 : BODY and FENDER REPAIRS

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Monroe Distributors
County for a I
CO. .
a ILOPEZI Overseas Hotel 91S Fleming St.

q ; 720 DUVAL STREET : Carrier Air-Conditioning : :: FUNERAL a: : GOODS : F DONALD BARBER : I

: JmiMiile Furniture : Domestic and : a 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : ;. We Specialize In : '1
V for Commercial Use a : HOME ; Funeral Service
; J3* PHONES 8150 : : Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing :
.' : .aa Yaa.aaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa,....._._-....... : : PHONE 373Specializing : : Established 1835 : 175 ALL TTTF.S or RKLK fR CURTIS ::

Plastic Axmintier Inlaid Brea Congoleum : ........a............aa..a.*_.......a.aa......a.. : Lei Those Serve '" a.;a Limited: FU.ller.lIUinur. ::....a..aea.......eeae rgRMArsif.a.: .......WAtBSSTELL'S aaa....e..a.a ..
< a Who Serve ;
: 1l Electric : a. aa ) : and : .a.. a a .. a. .aaa a..a....... .aat
i inWomen's : a ,
: andAppliances TOT WE HAVE NEVER Embalmers2.111our BEAUTY NOOK .
lI.V Ranges : BETRAYED A TRUST- : : ; :

: Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances: a WE NEVER WILL : : and Scientific Beauty Culture
Washing Matliiiics. for : a a a a in All Branches :
; lumitdialc Delivery 2.
Terms Arranged" : : Ambulance Scni"e. Childrcn's'J'clcllollc : Ainbulfince : : Thoroughly Experienced :
It' OPEN TILL 9.00) ,
P.M. ;
.. :. MON. and SAT. : : 548 : : : 1 Service : Sort Water Operator Ud f zc1uaivay ;

t" ...................... EOS SIMONTON STREET PHONE U : a a ; Apparel aa . Never Sleeps a Phone 135 -.Nighl 635 : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. \ J :

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: : a .............--........ F'nrm.r Customers, Friends and the I'ubl-c Invited I'y
,: ; PRICE TOURS : i THIS SPACE AVAILABLE a J.'A.1 MYERS Frances Beauty Salon '

S On :.f I Mtnttltlv Uasis at : Key West, FlaSOUVENIRS.
: Pa"leDgCr : : Licensed Francis Park Owner ,

S Representative: : : A VERY LOW COSTFor i 1013 GRINNELL STREET

'I' S for PAINTING Contractor wItcnuly Culture in all its I'hasas Z
: : Further Information CALL 51. : CONIIII: SHELLS : Permanents Scalp Treatments :
. S FLORIDA EAST .. or See, the Advertising Manager :. a FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED: :: : AU SWts : Facials Shampoo Manicuring ;

.a............................................... : Telephone 3127. 114 DuTal Street Jefferson_Hotel : For AppoiaXraeni Phoa*1391Marion's
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How Looted K..cti : .
: Sac 20% 71. TT : : When' You ,Want FASTER, BETTER : -- a CASA CAYO :
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DR. COBO'S fire Insurance
? on dwrllings : [
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mere ant 1bldgs" aa BEAUTY SALON i
.r, OFFICE bouse- kr INSURING withhold _. :; 'Oo Old of Hew Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : Will Ship to Any Part ; "Soufiernmost House in USA.' [ I

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Benefit! Program "THE KID" BECOMES A PROUD PAPA 4Vrra'' II.I III.II' i d. vroo. eso. I' '

By Baron Dancers 1h :::1f; 1''

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8:00 P.M. -- .
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Friday, i : .7" : ".'- :' c ,i "( --- -- .
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Pupils of the Baron StudiO =' ': :
will present a dance program 8 I'
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o'clock Friday night: in the Di- r EDITORIAL'I'

vision Street School! Auditorium ;' i THROUGH ITS NEWS

.for the benefit of ihs: Welfare bI ,
Fund of I
that institution.
The program will include two 1 t it : '
numbers to be choreographed by AND} ADVERTISING COLUMNS < :
Betty Simpson. The first is entitled :
,. with ,
"Fantasy In. Pink. 8
excerpts from the Nutcrackei :.
Suite (music:: by Tchaikovsky) :
"Uttle Brown Jug" will ba the vA
second' offering by Miss Simpson. a yRG'i I '
This is an Hawaiian dance in AN
which the Corps de Ballet will .t "
; t< I IsTt . .$
Miss' Simpson has also designed , -l ., lS. i !
the costumes that will be worn i \ ,. by the pupils throughout the pro- "
gram Miss Beatrice Moreno ;< ; -
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talented pianist, will play. the :lC- : ,
companiments.The entire program will be fL' d-I- z : .,' i i

published in The Citizen's. issue : '
Thursday. 1 ? .
Among other things: the Division K;.... .'Y .' L! N N 1 --5.-S. :
Street School's Welfare ./C .
Fund is used to provide hot meals tAPVIreohoto: | .

for needy pupils. 1!, JACKIE COOGAN. the child star of silent mow days. and his '.... "
I wife. the former Ann McCormack. proudly hold: their week-old "\ ..
Two Births At I daughter. Joann Dcllirer for her first picture at North Holly .,'.; .
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wood. Calif. On the wall is a portrait cf Jackie as he appeared -
Naval" Hospital; in the role of "The Kid" nearly 30 years ago.iiuiauiiiUiiiuinniimunuiuicirjiuiuuUiHuik o" .

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An eight pound eight ounce .
son was born in the U. S. Naval '
Hospital; to Mrs.-Alice Berry, wife N.C.C.S. 1: What's Doing i
of Henry M. Berry ENS, U.S.S. i ,
Swallow pearl Harbor. The baby I 1021 DUTB Street at the t It I ,

,has been named-John MershalL I I DEFENSE FORCES ARMED SERVICES II :

A five pound. eleven ounce I P1IOGItAMWIIuUUIuUUDUlrigl0iuuulunnlur6uluarumlu Y.M.C.A. ,
daughter was born to Mrs. Kath- : : Jackson Square. Whitehead '
ryn Hagadorn. wife of Steven B. TUESDAY and Southard Streets N
Lt. Blimprpn, BocaChit"a. ILLUMINATION
llagadorn I
10:00 A. M. 12:00 '
: Noon-Navy w1III8! :maul'lllauiulmlmumtnulullumllunr: : '
tricia.Ann.She has been named Pa Wives Base. Bowling at Submarine., Tuesday ,' < ,[ ,

; 8:30 P. M.-Little Theatre Group
2:00 PJtf. 3:00 P.M.: '
t : -Navy I
rehearses; Ping-pong; Shut-
Wives Red Cross First Aid \
The Weather : Class at NCCS lie Board on the Patio. I So all
7:30 P.M. 10:00 P.M.-U. S. Na- .-Wednesday1.00P.M. )jJIo.cpital 1 may see .
i : Fishing Party: Naval
val Hospital Party, jointly : Patients. Joint Pro- .
FORECAST i with American lied Cross gram, YMCA NCCS. '
Key West and Vicinity: Partly '! (2nd Tuesday). ,, 8.30 P. M.-Ye Ole Country Par- .. -
cloudy continued. warm and i 7:00 PJH. 8:30: P.M.-U. S. Na-J> ty, featuring Square Danc- ; :
windy today tonight and Wednes- 'I val Hospital. Entertainers. to: ing, Virginia; Reels. 1 1T
day. Fresh to strong southeasterly Wards (3rd Tuesday) 10:1: P.M.-Weiner Roast on the -
winds. I WEDNESDAY Patio Grille. % '-
Florida: Partly cloudy today 1' 1:00: P.M. 11:00: PJtl.-Bilfcards,:{|i Thursday One particular section"': the Classified----serves the community
tonight and Wednesday. Showers Ping Pong, Writing Room''! 9:00P.M.-Dance, John Pritch-
extreme north portion Wednes- ', Showers. || ard and His Orchestra. 1
day. Continued warm.East ,'',I 12.30 P.M. 5:00: P.M.-Hospital '! Friday
Gulf and Jacksonville:,I Patients Fishing Party joint 8;30 P."M.-"Tourist Nite at the by highlighting the way to immediate sales and the quick
Through Florida Straits: Fresh ] program NCCS YMCA and I!1 i Y, sponsored by the Cham-
winds east to southeast over Red Cross. ber of Commerce. Refreshments -

north southj29rlion] portion. and today.southerly, tonight! over and: 700PM Training. -, PAL 8:03 PJVI Equipment..-Boxing'1!, and Saturday Entertainment. satisfaction of buyers' needs. Each year, millions of dollars

.. Wednesday except becoming (?:00 P. M-Movies.
7.00; 'PM. 8:30() M ,
.. -Sewing
fresh south to southwest over 10:15 P.M.-Second Show feature .
north portion Wednesday. Part- Class, Navy Wives. i, announced at the Club.
ly cloudy weather becoming 7:30:* P.M. 8:30: PM.-Spanish Sunday of American business are transacted through the classified
Class for
shoWery over extreme north Beginners; ;. 9:45: A.M.-Java Club, discus- .
.Remond, instructress. -
portion Wednesday. sion Group.
Small craft warnings are be- 8:30: :P.M. 11:00: P.l\L-Dancing.1 11:00: A. M.-o to CHURCH -
columns of f the) nation's
ing displayed in the Key West THURSDAY Parti<'6.." papers.
area. 9:00: A.M. 5:00 PM.-Sewing 3:00: P.M.-Classical Hour, selections -
: Machine Typewriter, Writing announced.
ReportKey Room Showers. 9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour on !

West, Fla. April 13. 194& FRIDAY the Patio. Community Sing1 1
i ing, Beatrice Moreno at the
(Observation taken at City Office. 9:00: A.M. 5:00: P.M.-Sewing Piano. i 1
j P4
8:30: A.M.. EST) Machine Typewriter, Writing 10:00: P. M.-Coffee Hour. j i .

Highest yesterday Temperature. __ _u_____ 84 Room.SATURDAY Showers. Thursday Camera at Club 8:00: P.meets M. each '! J' For those who 1 have a specific product to sell, rent, trade,

Lowest last night _ 77 G. S. O. (Girls' Serj\
m. 1:00: P.M. 6:00: P.M.-Picnic, meetings j
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Mean 80 vice Organization), 2nd
u Fishing (sum advance every :
Normal _ .'h __ 75 UD in ) and 4th Monday. i an'especial need fill CITIZEN WANT ADS
Precipitation I SUNDAY I Game Room: Chinese Check- I or to are the
IC:30 A.M. 11:30: A.M.-Com- ;,
Total last 24 hours ____ .00 ins. munion Breakfast,' White 1 ers, chess, card., ping-pong, pool
_.._ I writing desks, library, current j
Total this month 4.22 ins. Hat Club, U.
Total Excess this this year month __:_u_. 3.69 7.30 ins.ins. I 1:00: (2nd P.M.Sunday- 7.00;). P.M.-Fishing Sub Base I magazines etc various table games, "I II most effective, economical, and quickest .means of advertisi Ig.

Showers, tennis rackets golf
2.04 I
Excess this
year ins. !
Trip ( in advance
Relative sign up ) clubs, fishing, lines, cameras,
8:30 AJ4.G8' I!I Information services, housing. I checking service film service,
city maps. i t mailing and wrapping packages,
Barometer( i Religious literature library j I receiving messages phone booths,
j I telephones stamps, wrapping and! stamps, railway express:; service,
(Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. .
30.15 ins. 1021.0( mbs. I1 mailing packages railway ex- 'available to SERVICE PERSON- '
REryT fRAOt.
press service, laundry pick-up- ; NEL. .
Tomorrow's Almanac available to all defense forces Leslcigh DavisDirector..
Sunrise 6:06: a.m. I I and their families. i j Gerald Pmder-Program Di S .J
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Sunset 6:49: p m. j MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, rector. &i
Moonrise u 945; a.m. : Executive Secretary. Beverly Buchanan-Secretary. ,
MISS HILDA CASTILLO. Doreen Cruz Information I f BAY
( SFt oAN
TIDES I i Secretary. Desk AideThe I
Tomorrow --- -- -- ---
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(Eastern: Standard Time) I .

12:22 1:31::High am.p.m. 5:45 8:02:Low: MAXWELL CO., Inc. I . : Use the t I

Reference Station: Key West ---Specials---
Time of|Height of
StationTide [high water
Bahia Honda
(bridgeOh 10m 0.0
No Name Key ft.: BOX SPRINGS
(east end) -+| 2h 20m < $
Boca Chica and INNERSPRING. $3975
(Sandy Point)-Oh 40m j
Cakes Channel MATTRESSES.
(north. end) u+2h 10m +1.4 ft. < . I
oOo I j I I
(--Minus sign: Corrections!';
to be subtracted. i I IJ. s
(+)-Plus sign: Corrections toj I Westinghouse Refrigerators I -

((ro h-Hour.)-Minute be added., % I 7-Cubic $229- I i
The West
Feed Citizen
(ft.) Feet. I Key

Robert Stevens in 1830 made a
wooden model for America's first RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES I
all-metal railroad raiL Later as

president of a NewJersey, railroad MAXWELL\ CO. I v
he experimented successfully Tile /?,

with it. Furniture and Furnishings s

have dropped] PHONE 682 I
Steel rail prices
from $250 per ton in 1863 to less I 909 Fleming Street. Corner Margaret St Key Wett. Fla. L s

than $50 per ton last year.. VENETIAN BLINDS -**'-*.. .' ""'"*rvr.. ,.,-.I".JI' .I'.JIII' .I'.r,.I..1.1'.JIY.I'.JIr..l' IT.I.I'.JiII'''.1.1.1..1".1 .I/I''''


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India's Battles For .

ELEPHANTS PANT VOTE I Iy 'fClipped'Sp -ech Radio Programs j ji Putting- One Over j I 1 '. I 1

Organized Laborj ........................ i I.1i
Gene Gleason I I I One day Mark Twain, while. Jones Lay awake fa bed as the |

NEW DELHL fAPThe discussing the peculiar oi Daytime Simmaryr burglar quietly filled his bog with I Ivaluables. .
S) ..?8v_Ctoosm m ways tirlntaf tneT1M M ...... : ,
Communists the Congress Party politics with a young candidate ......._ .$ Ik* flare Yw ,. Having exhausted the: 3 I
+! and the Socialists are battling for Tim la aaatar +l
Chapter 28 taMf ftta-ay.
box-office) treasurer reported to parodies of finoewrn exercises and I control of India's labor. related the strange story of Jim nir't-r* Fe mMrat tMaafaN ek- resources of the one room the' it t
!, DRAMA surrounded the open- Gale: the rnmpose "Danse Mac organized Watrous of Missouri who aspiredto tract ewe keet fee ..aaWa .a.oofacf burglar moved into the next but I I tI
-rh The number of union members in ...... -
the Carnival of the 7"ve cleaned as out.-every abre yielding to. the gracefulbeauty Iwo .left his sun on the bureau. !
ia such seat in the house. All we've got of "The Swan" and the this predominently agricultural serve in the state legislature. i ,
Animals overwhelming 1 Jumping out of bed Jones'
left is standing room and that's final Noah's Ark returning country is still small. Govenen- "Jim.
I| w:; anxious to make a APRIL 16
animals APRIL 12
that the-
Eddie I seized.
proportions Gale getting pretty close to the limit each of the for theirsignatory ment officials put the total at''' gun extracted the!
eared it would smother the enterprise we're allowed under the fire roars cackles, brays of I good impression.!" raid Twain Moraine : buiteis? and carefully replaced: the i i.
approximately 1,500,000 out a'
at Its outset laws. twitterin s and capers as the "and thought( he: could do this eoo-aoeertaeae .. n. Ybe weapon |
"Just one more night one composition was concluded.JUipert . population of 325000000. .But by using big word in the Breakfast Onb aoe t There" he exclaimed. "I 1
until three
Not tours( before I'i evert | .. i
more like this ) seals ; major organizations -
Eddie prayed Mans ip'.bartdng tI5 Oklahoma Rcfup.o..da
curtain he have dictionary "a result, his guess; that will teach him not '
timehadid positive fervently crossing his fingers: gamboled out on the stage for- driving for new recruits substantial : ru thus. Valley FtIRaraa I tot) ,..
a Ryan and nis He took.a quick> walk.around: ,th* theintermission.. il..lli.W..rShavsk -grOvrth is indicated. i{ speeches wer_ almost impossible IQ.TO,,.. 'WartoS Show-be be so absent-minded the! next I!
nature quiz had made the necessary f to follow, and his campaign made MUM l Par Too- hallways to observe the\ zooTanl- end .ntembersjof: : the ''Communists : I
train connections to : The especially .&
Story Drama
bring male; at his direction, they Jiad ore b estrag1thered:9t":; e rear.ofthe' i little ipiogrt{ >ss. I f
them to Lakeport in time for strong in Southern India made' I
the been given a special feeding and stage*to worst' them..t.' "One evening Jim was milking *O::O-Hew f
allow, Heavy winter traffic on the the! Half Boot ft. SN1.1.cMSal IN HISTORYKnow sA
!were their greatest gains during
railroad had alto pushed Eddie: now contentedly finishing "Happy.the sleek-coated. star a cow and practicing one of his U WtU Muileaao I,
perilously close to m nervous col. their food or lolling drowsily. *: 'ofithe-'cofftpanyluggled,; stick, .War, taking .control of the big i|speeches at the erne time, when tl= -Arnrae 'Go.(ry Sttw!! -cbaBretktast I ( America) -
,their cages. ,- :,, aifd balls on the end ef his pointed i All-India Trade Union Congress.But .i to Hollywood-abc .d
IaPMhen Rupert Manship'scompany "One ; the cow, evidently fed up with 1752-The Philadelphia Cpn- t
trumpet out of-you. Gale ., snout"retreating .thestop*ofa sr--mbe
of trained seals almost told the Maharani affectionately "gaudily-painted,; inverted tub in recent months they have his harangue, kicked him in the naoA1eaad : tribuUonship for the Insurance of; ,, ,
ll:4Sertal 3V.. kn. ctwAfternoon $ tI
became separated from their tutor U he patted her trunk. "And I'll while his fellows performed. As felt the competition of the Indian jaw causing him to bite off the Houses fmm Loss by Fire. the
in a switchyard about 100 ,have the FCC Tank his National Trade Union Congress, of his I
east of your broad each completed trick. Happy tend tongue. eaunlry first fire Insurance: com- I
miles Lakrport. Eddie'sfranctic casting license!" barked appreciatively and noisi- which has the blessingsof the Well" commented the young ts-oo-WeletMM- 1 .== i I J
call i founded.!
telephone to the gen. I Eddie ( Kat SioiUt i iusosr.n..od pcny! .4 '
from the ,
whacked his .
wings ly flippers together.The Also assuming.
Congress Party. candidate "I that put
of suppose "
scat superintendent the road i io.a7 lit The Mob"
I as the orchestra began Saint- in Murte-abg "Docters; riot
wa all that re-unlted! them in Saen's "Carnival children the audience growing import,nces in the labor J:1n end to his career as a politi- Band Conccrta-mba New Yak City human !
; of Animals" under crowding to the edge of the stage -a
tune to assure their field is the Congress. Socialist.cian." Uaft Halt Hour abe :
appearanceat the l&t- -
I spirited direction of Dr. beczme convulsed at his antics. limb hung outof window by
the Carnival. Warshavsky. Starting with a "What an applauder!". Dr. I Party, a section of the Congress I I "Oh, nd" replied Twain. 1:15-TH Happy Cane-nib* mt't1 lcal 1 students starts wild talk . , t
It was aix o'clock In the eve. long sweeping chromatic run by Warshavsky commented. "We which wants early nationalization I a "After that he could use only tfI -Four Ro-in of Serials-otn J riot r :
Blr.f when Gale checked with the the two pianos, the music moved should put him in the audience of industry. words of one sylablc, and it made Queen for a 7-mhot +I an a ensues.ISM'S . ,
twktt office to learn that S.OOO: forward: in the fearsome roars of to clap for some of this modern !his speeches so simple and appealing S:3U: -Bride BlacRecordsmW and Orooro-abc ( -The Pennsylvania Rail '
rail bad been sold in advance the massed strings, returning music!" I i rood Company incorporated by << i ,
Tho3izea j the farmers that he ;
the Classified Ads in to cbe
Read t: O-OoubM or Nothing-
Four thousand to>> cohe! briefly to'the crashing piano Happy attained his zenith was: elected."' Ladief be Sealed-abe the State Legislature, for '1'/-2 e r.yl ;
thought with desperate anxiety. chords that completed the por- when he gulped two fish tossed s:3o-Th. Pam-ea t million dollars! ; to build a 249mle : #=i

"And t hey Ye got j just two and a Lion.trait of His Jungle Majesty. the him by Manship and approached -.-. -.-.... ..-.--.-.--.-.-'...--. .-:.v w..,. ..-.-..., Paul w 'fta Records-abe i 1 road from ILsrrisburg to
half h ur. to come through: those a stationary row of trumpets I Stint Qina-cr. Philadelphia
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lurrutuVs." Caught in the pulsing power of which had been set before him. ; .. Winnei lane All-cbaTreasury i
He bad Bcarcely begun a last the music the audience listened Slipping his mouth over each of a Political Announcements } BarxJ Stand-ano .i IJfejO--First airbrake p: wntgr.ted n. .
.heartfelt for deliverance intently as the protean voice of the trumpet mouthpieces in dizzying BOO: -Sefmot ot tile Air'-cbaKiddtea 23-year-old George West-i l1' i .t..l
stun an prayer unseasonable thunderstorm the g0-ptece orchestra described succession he blew a lively I Hom Lest, repeaU 1 IlL inghouse. j ROCaJ

moved upon the city. the mules, tortoises elephantsand version of "Turkey in the Straw" ] DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. t l\JAY'_ 4. 1918 Uteri. abe and mba. ; 1832-U. S."troops ordered toCJyoming !; BETTY

Within ten the \rash- nudging kangaroos.humor in There the composer's was a except the final note that somewhat he chose to off-bark) y*- uu uu.uu i....4 .ur.,............ I !I'45-Ln. and Ahner-cba-eact I II I to stop the cowboys- shows how sac routed. 100 Itrik'

.log thunder reaid as abruptly portrait of the clumsy elephantand On the third attempt he playedit 1 For rustlers war. Ing coal mine pickets fr.m to*
M it had begun. Swift winds For Governor County Commissioner NETWORK PROGRAMS 1920 The U. S. Court
leaping kangaroos that all the way through."He Supreme hi.Jan* tavern at J... Lewl
scoured"' the cfoud from the spread a vast collective smile flatted once," observed a,1 COLIN ENGLISHFor Filth District 71.0 Is easten .....arL Far "lie called into special SCSSen-a rare
W. Va. when became "4
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niiM sky, rnifhin4' 'its surface across the cavernous halL Dr. cornetist critically.The f',- teat atufuf .Mrad na .r. t.r.enWs i they
EDNEY PARKERFor .......r. .Wrad Laeaef ev :nL
nh the t merable orderly. She brandished a
Warshavsky, fully alive to its orchestra returned to ptsj
pre- a.a leer I gatlwa daataa.r 1925-Ford starts first commercial -
star E&iie Gale drew hi* first frolicksome potentialities teased sent ProkofiefTs musical tale of Governor .r rrNy Ie ft cyst xN.ler.LM tol to hold them back whit
tranquil breath 4nc0 3 o'clock County CommissionerFifth airline on a regular ached- .
and wheedled and threatened eaa
"Peter and the Wolf. Ryan's nature W.' A. SHANDS 1 aIIoa" snrr.a telephoning for the tavrr \
Uat afternoon. every nuance of the composition'sdoqucnce quiz supplying a variety of District: awl h ladafe" ule. i;
from the men before brisk and witty; answers to animal (BILL) I I 1936 President Roosevelt suggests owner. f
: crowds came, turning up him. The cuckoos their W. A. PARRISHFor 1Feline's
Till sang song questions brought sustained t i i )limiting "active working
t+tiat*collars against the through the clarinet; played off applause from the adult portionof i+ For State Comptroller TUESDAY at both ends" to relieve the
krerwnt wind In nor. in groups the audience.Whe nthe orches- SuperintendentPublic j Evening cges Tail t;

.I Ave or .... sometimes mdivtduMjr. stage.The audience never surmisedthat tra closed the program with Scar- I EDWIN G. FRASERFor Instruction : 9Mt: -new' Itoort. IS Min.-nbe surplus of labor.
sometime shepherding the cuckoo's song was almost latti's "Cat's Fugue," the applause Newscast Every Day-cbe 1941-Russia and Japan sign a I,(
I Irvtfjr iumbr8 of thildrcn. they strangled a-borning: Eddie Gale roared forth in a single great State Comptroller t WILLARD M. ALBURYFor 7 i I I Network Silent Hour-abceanKlddiM I i five-year neutrality pact. ,': Froze To Tee

appeared on the dark streets and intervened J just as an auditorium crescendo. t i. Hour /repeattaDe mb-vet east I I I 1943-10th U. S. Air Force attacks -
hr.) -
Network Silent fl - at the entrance of theawaitertom. guard was about to halt the offstage Eddie Gale, standing backstageas (Incumbent) SuperintendentPublic 1 I Kiddles Hour (repeaU-mb-weRt f!I the Japs in Northern Bur- :! COLORADO SPRINGS. Ck-W
They stood never clarinetist with the he watched
com- the audience disperse C. M. GAY t i! '::1S-Sports: Mode Tbne-nbe
.less than two-hundred deep, in ment: "You can't play that; was completely miserable.Not Instruction Science Broadcast--cbs! 4 i ma. Chafed by a dug a kiNecs
)afcis.brf..e tW winch .* marked: lhl re s a concert going on!") once during his greatest eve For Circuit Court HORACE O'BRYANTFor 'i :90-Chlcaea I Orchestra-- bs- ast 19-14-2.000 American bombers longing to Dr. George C. SNinti
TkkMs Ill* TMHgfet'* rvrform* The music became a symphony ning had he seen Carolyn, nor Judge 1 I j Lam and Abner repeat-C .,;t laid; Germany's plane-making climbed to a tree hlsti- II

of bird-song as the flute strings heard a word explaining her ab (Group One) S:45-Newsract by Three nbe I factories. above the' ground. '!'Awe its 3-

At flits: pm.. with the crowds and pianos joined in the portrayal Bence.fT.! WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN Superintendentof Lowen Thomas repeat 11>-cosT I 1945 Converging American became frozen to the .litlti
ltH rUmeriftC err ticket; the of an aura iry.There were be cautioned) I Public Instruction 0-Suooer Chjb--nbc-bacle Berlin.
_. \ : I The Beulah Show-cos armies drive on to the cat began to .hml.. I
- - - -- -- --t }---- -- ---- I For Circuit Court Judge I MELVIN E. RUSSELL News and Com >entar _bc I 1246! -U. S. House in revolt to Firemen couldn't gaH rite Mtt"
I I Croup 7 (Monroe County) ; Fulton Lewis. suspend the draft bill till Octo- mal looso. so they eiwygtd ..

Aicl-To-Ediication 1 1 Bill ; Taxi Talk Put, Incumbent: |t i'For, Member School Board : 9:15-NewIO Smith and and Com"tftbcI Son<-cos j l ter 15. the limb and turned. H." .......

I Daily Ommentanr_be 1947-Henry A. Wallace in with the unhappy kittm, .....
AQUILINO[ LOPEZ JR. \ Second District News: Dinner and Date-mb:3O >
England dirties American critics Dr. Shivers.MY .
I Into Contract I GERALD .: -t. Herman Quintet-nbe j to
Faces Hurdles In House H.rADAMS.ForiMemben5cbool I Bob CroBtoyli Club-rba | and continues talks.i .
For State Attorney r The Green Hornet-aba i GUEST OF KEY W HST- 1
PITTSBURGt' !..,..<(AP Tie GLENN C MINCER Board News Broadcast-mbs I j
f ) 1.- .1' Men not women, were lha first. (sing Dance WhuKte hi f
t::43 HwkBMS Coaoent-nbe J
1 i Ae-election Fourth District I ", I I a: t lJ
By EDWARD H. SIMS j 100 AFL drivers of the Yellow >Kt Morrow NComtmbe-cbs to wear rings. ,
I | JULIO JR. Sport l 1.__ -- -- - .
The CUUwn's
Washlogton CABANAS
Ccrrnpondent Cab Co. have a'' contract in
rjow For State Attorney 1 4. ,':OO-Btmon Berto Varfetr-nbe :
W ASH INGTON;- 7r/o'hurdles lie ahead' l Ibr'< IhbJ'Senate l''t'ab4fes' l ltgd g' 'gal-'VJ); '- i t i'L 1 Big Town Newspaper Play-rb!>
WEBSTER G. WALLACE For School Youth Asks GprernkrtabCatyslerloar
I naiieU l deial aid-to<.Iucation: t bill The House Education andlobor then fail to show up. "Gas IiD -" 1t Member Board. Traveler-mbIS !> 1

Comn ...* must toke up iu own bill (or the Senate ver-1; talk." !I Fourth District! a- -Weekly News Time--abe Glenn C. Mincer
For State Representative .
km), and then II wither approved. the House must vote ort :; Fur instance there's,"lost calls" For Re-nomination \ -ISADORE WEINTRAUBFor S.3O Mr.-Date and Wit Mr. J-jd Nor>---nbe cbAmerica's
*t ..: ; Town !'ettinR-( 'heDetectfvtr
til* RMKUUI. persons who< phone for a cab and
; BERNIE[ C. PAPY \ Drama T Y"W'
t ; Clerk of Criminal CourtC. For Re-Election
The Senate 1*11. fptmsored LyF : the nfail to show up. "Gas line" *:S3-Ftve Minutes News. -cb r -- -- i
Woman Is NU ted means the line of cabs waitingto SAM B. CURRYFor I Bill Rose Comment-mbst
n. K*Uit Tat t. Flat Litter: For State Representative i ,, r
.111. IA....). and Sen. Luter Hill have gas tanks refilled. "1it j 'OO-Amos and And. -nbe '.>,
: We the PPO 14! Gue t-rt)
the boxes" means: that cabbijrs MILTON A. PARROTT Clerk of Criminal Court t Gabriel Comment-mb. STATE'SATTORNEY
1141. AU.l anl Sen. Allen KlU-nderj US. Mint Director. 1 i Heatfer. 1 t
(Lji |, and irfttt-r. M the mute lib' ( stop and call their -stations. (Mickey) 1{ HARRY DONGO 9:15: -N<>w' Broadcast-mbO .
I "It's just plain taximan's talk, ; -Fibber and MonnbeChrl
r.H.. fi mite fur an aptarpri I ,
For Fourth Term i a cab official said. "We wanted For Supervisor of topher Wells--cbsBosto.i t-
anon. tit $30000 all the drivers to be able to un-
Gregory Hood Drama- q
and Lalnir Coinmitt .I TOM O. WATKINS[ i Registration
derstand their new agreement"TOUAY'S 'I 10:00-Bob Rope Comedy-nbeI
h> nut twrtrd| to be quite as Br JANE EADS i JOHN ENGLAND Studio One Drama-cbs

fenrrwus witli federal murk"). WASHlNGTON.APMrs.. t I I For Sheriff j I :. "'o Be Announced-mbs m\CER Di,i ruses oj .ill OfficialISusiness
BIRTHDAYS i 10:3O Red Skelton Corned* nbe
Chairman f the I II!arras Com- For Juvenile Court : -
< Judge
Nellie Tayloe Ross thought homemaking j FRED O. EBERHARDT :' 1 Let Freedom fling; -abc t Without Delay, firing
avtltl- Kt Rrp. Fred HartleyH. (Know America) DAVID E. McCURDY i Dance OnbesU'a-mba
t. ( N J.I I The Cum"' tee! is. rom I' was to be her lifelong'! j I 10-45-It's In the Family-abe r C.ourletms: Hearing and Treatment
of tMinty-ftve KcprcMenta-i i raiser, but she's been in public'! Justice Frank Murphy of th? For Sheriff j I 11:00-News & Var"'t' )'. 2 hr .-nbe
pnrd I' U. S. Supreme Court born Harbor For Judge Juvenile Court News. Varie;". Dance 2 hr*.-cbJ To All'
rives ten DrmurraU and f if teeen office since the death of her RAFAEL H.FERRER j
hus- :
News and Dance Band abc
: -
Mich. 58 .. . ,
Beach .
'Hrpubhpans.A I> hand in 1924. Now President years ago. (Known as Mr. Crass and Chicho) ;j FRANK O. ROBERTSFor Newt Dance E..nd Z hr< -nt>s r'.i > ; ; 1d: rlrw rrt n' rj

federal ad-tr-education bill i Harold E. Stassen exgovernorof j 12.00-OdaclnK CouUuucd-fctic-..e.t
| Truman has nominated her to t

tat. already teen appteved heaA by :I serve another tive-year term as '. Republican Minnesota Presidential candidate nomina-for the I! For Sheriff I Justice First of Peace . . . . . . . .m. . . . . . . . . .

.ire tut+lvrxmuttt-r. director{ of the U. S. Mint. If ALTON GOEHRING[ :: District I.
lion born at West Saint )
td .Uy'lUp.. Kd) .ad MtCuwrn (fR.. Congress approves the appoint- pauI'1 I IRA F. ALBURYFor .
Minn., 41 ( )
(Ih+ It r4U. rut an appropriation years ago. j VETERANSElect
e.l| ment this will be her fourth < ReelectionFor
Lieut. Gen. Ira C.
retired j
4 IXeO.OUI.IMM This amount | term She was first named to the '
born in LJanv Co.. Tex., 52 For Sheriff I 1III
would ttrrrtwe H year pert in 1933 by President Roose- Justice :
., of Peace
and the ywii a'k'rhnalr) | welt.lUrs.. '| years ago. EVERETT R. RIVAS { i
John W. Davis of New York First District
the Senate hours of 1 1I"
L rt-athifm Ross is a little woman. !
r lawyer Democratic candidate for For Sheriff PAUL BOYSENFor
P ouo. ...taoo, I dainty and feminine. She wasmarried i .
_/' f! NaiiHalri'. HMt MutatwrsI hope I in September 190: and President, in 1924 born in BERLIN A. SAWYER 'j

Uw Aenate lull! .*.H pievail But 1 before the death of her husband Clarksburg, W. Va., 75 years ago. For Re-election j Justice of Peace ..

the qwetliun. will be .k'C'ldm bythe |I, her sole claim to distinction was! Admiral Louis E. Denfeld, the I Second DistrictMYRTLAND

U O. I' majority. un the ,itj" a model wife and mother and'a Chief of Navy Operations bom !

|| use CmHMltfr If that majonI ,1 charming hostess. Her husband I Westboro, Mass.. 57 years ago. For Sheriff : GATES MEt VIN Ee RUSSELL

optwtwrf it* own sub-c-lmmib was governor of Wyoming. When i ihe Lieut. Gen. Elwood R. Quesada, I JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD !

Ire's. Wit the v.rMMM .t..te* will ; died in 1924 :she was,, elected'; commanding the Tactical Air 1\ For Justice of Peace
i ilion. j;
lewtw. .r a :390 milliun approprw- governor: to fill out two years j i Command born in Washington, For Clerk of Circuit Court Second District

If I" tr'n+te ball is i .ftnally'adwpttt of his unexpired term. From ) D. C., 44 years ago. I EARL R. ADAMS !}I ROY HAMLIN l .

I the stairs will receive a I j That I|I career she bounced into national I Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, one- i .

300 mHwo ai pr +**'tat n.Sie politics, speaking for the''' time secretary of the interior, I For Clerk of Circuit Court ,' For Justice of Peace For Superintendent .

| ..kt>r Jar M*.tin'i recent nomination of Alfred E. Smith in '. chancellor of the Stanford University FRANK BENTLEY i Second District County

stdeetl.wt that he wam't certainwlirn 1929 and four years later for born at Booneboro, Iowa
r G. O. r l II..*.*e leadershipHMMl Franklin D. Roosevelt's first can- 73 years ago. I For County Tax Assessor i I; SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN[ .
(SAM) .
aid d saavwate :.
wuuW Hammond Jr., of
t didary. John Hays .
ppwt...... may sal. *. Pro- ;' The public hears little of !;In;. Gloucester. Mass.. famed inventor I; i iI For Constable

puIM'ft' gave prert..l If the bill Rosa She has neatly side-step-I,,i born in San Francisco, 60 For County Commissioner First District : Taught School and( Then Left :
rswrMn liw Moor 'it lu-"Id J'o"Mo" pcd publicity yet the U. S. Mint I I I ,
|I years ago. RAUL A. CARBONELLFor
First District
.. the
appnwtod by the II.. which boasts the largest gold ,i ': : Fight i in World War' 1 1Was

IfM... bl1.1ad prcwtubly emerge" horde in the world, has done a ',t tcolosaal : the U. 5. Mint. Presidents secretaries i JOE ALLEN t tI 1 Constable : to ; :

t......iMm>r figure, iettt.ft'1\ I business under her di of the treasury and mint First District

31)0) |H JOG w.W.>s.... rection." During the 15 years she I directors automaticaaly get I For County Commissioner CARL J. INGRAHAMFor .

Ni Aite hs b.*.. sc4 fur adlen has been director: the mint has als struck for them. Mrs!;. med-I First District 4j

tin ,fie brit. .n Uw IIOWM" r"l produced more coin than in all i! the first woman to direct I J. OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor ConstableFirst '

ire but wtrrt ittlttrl+as. the previous years since its organization j mint She is the first woman to District "" Superintendent and :

attwn .Itta utlltswtlh. thueaertrslittee in George Washing- j have her name in the cornerstone County CommissionerFirst HARRY H. JOHNSONFor

T'Mt'' oar tM MIItasrtt ton' time. :iof a federal building. .

It. Beet ...MiMir W May Her span of service. has seen : Mrs. Ross said thatonce she District Constable j Obtained A Military) ;

T.., wntld kka rfttttxd+x t('- the government's stockpile of i got into the mint job she "worked W. C.SUGAR) SWEETING First DistrictC.

Iwo but. that U a Q....tun fwllattlry of gold grow from $83,000.000 towell good and hard, found'it fascinat- I FLONEY PELLICIERFor Leave of Absence lu :

tc... ..... (tckairn-n over 23 1 billions. All of this i ing and that's all there is to if For County CommissionerThird

the eoeuaiitsel. anti IAe IlauaeIFulrs gold has gone through the melt- She says she works a good deal DistrictCLARENCE Ii ConstableFirst '

CetcrttttlN'e' and (t. o.. P ing pot and a large part has been I i of the time on a 24-l o4r sevens HIGGS DistrictBENJAMIN EuraJc; in World War II .I

hadarstapTAey aren't -.ay.n& refined. During the same periodthe j dayv' basis at top speed. Because I J. PIERCE

anything. MfttWte M tills tiMe.s.r. '. amount of silver has grown |, of this pressure and ihe-..diffiI I For County Commissioner I i (Bennie) .

from 2fl.000.000 ounces to 1,688 I entry of getting tenants she re- I .
Fifth District
..... ....... III 1'etAen is. a UOO.OOO ounces. During the war cently sold her century-old 200- For ConstableFirst : .

city tit lMirtlalece .k".Jt'P. the mint produced coins for for- (acre tobacco plantation in near- WILLIAM G. CURRYFor I I District

...... ........... s autrra totttietrl. tin nations all over the globe !, by Maryland and a 250-acre stock. BERNARD H. WAITE Him To His Old Job :
7tssae Aaw Mt e.. a trxltttt.cwt and nude medals for all the armed and grain farm in Virginia. County Commissioner I -_ -- ; Vote To

tllYle till atcitil.e' r Brewsi. force j of the United States. She lives alone in an old-fash- Fifth District For Constable

.i..irne the t4stlr M CtIritL During; the peak year. 1945. the i ioned nine-room apartment inI HARRY L, HARRISFor I' Second District t tr

1 nnnt made 9,000.000. I the capital It is filled with antiques JOSE ESPINOSA Para de Instruction Publicato ..
; -. -4000, n.C. With the exception of the God- Superintendente .
F.., ... she has collected from County Commissioner I
.. ttrwe IItriRC4I w..h., dr..* of Liberty, Mrs. Ross is the t parts of the country. She says For Constable . ?

. fptwntt .Mh.A t_tw"vtrd ..f fftfltll only woman to have her likeness she would like to spend her next Fifth District I I Second District . . . B

.ca l spi+l... en a medal or coin produced by vacation; "ju,t. staying h me." JOE JOHNSON t j I CHARLES. PAPY :


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_111"111111 1 AIR VIEW OF IUOT-TORN BOGOTA Diplomas Are 'IhimsSpelllngBee-t}; KEY WEST SHRINE 'I. he a.laa+d. Tot _
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\ The I PTA\\' atMltd a trpc i Krv W..
w Given Slndenls Victors Told; man. Mrs. Fernaa4 CUMK arts __ ., e rken. rive and bl....

OBSERVATIONSjOF I Mrs. Charlc"S. Taylor.Entertainments beer. at AffthuSH N v.p., .. |I.,4
Of San Carlos ElcClsNcvOfficcrs-i j LrZI'n .I
Harare 0'- qre Mneriwrt 'nW.)rtthi
\ Islam wIr6P v*<..- n *til I t
Bryant Clifford Rflinirs. Fred ,,
A FOOL I I Spanish certificates were presented Harris Elementary School held Miller and Kmgmam Carry w/avlairitrsl. .at ('31"0' V:0.: .
to students: : : of the adult its spelling: bee elimination con Publicity. Frank C. Schneider

Bf BILL LEE I I department at San Carlos School test 7:30 pjn Tuesday, April 6, and John K. C1emr Mor. Th* none *.. West ..... '"MY'G8DT

r UlllURlDIWItIlUlP" I yesterday in a program devotedto I to determine th winner and run- ( Music.: Kingmaa Curry. Of KEY WEST" is a
I PanAmericanism.Most ? ; Auditing, Everett' Kinsman. ...,.... ......* .oe.. bmeficiatMM Ie
Well we have the honor of beIng ncr-up to represent the school in Clifford Raines and Everett Ru.-
I of the program was carried ; OM PvftH Me M m lip Wed-
the first man in Key West on in Spanish to show the the inter-city finals. sell.More task the J.piao I. Cwe.m.g

ever to have received an injection r I students: their achievements in Krenda Morrison was winner, than 1.096 visitors from -a --........ w .. *, r. (ti,"", tWukeis.r.

with the hypospray an instrument this language. with Patsy Pate' -runner-up.. Miami West Palm Beech. Fort .. Ftrrlio.
FollVwing, the contest the Lauderdale and HoUjrwewl arc
I American and Cuban national
that shuts medicine into P.-T. R.i.con'ductfil its annual
anthems were sung by the class :l expected' ) begin aiitvtog here
I your arm without pain. Instructor Miss: Bcnildcs Kc- election of officers. Mrs. Norma Friday. Saturday' morning the
Dr. Robert A. director selected president main will arrive STRAND THEATRE
I 11..0. mood delivered the opening address Dopp was as ; croup and alterthe
of the p+t-graduate course in, I offering some remarks Ruth Higgs. vice-pxc-iffent: Dorothy parade and ceremtnuat will Air anesthesiology and obstetrics ati Sweeting secretary: EHrice remain here Sunday.
concerning the students and explaining -
the University of Tennessee'' how the Wallace, treasurer, and Mayfiekl Clemmer reported today that s...: IIC
School of Medicine gave us the I languages are Knowles.: historian. all hotel rooms in the city haw -THE roxcs" or HARROW
most important vehicles- -
I shut. relations. Mrs. Dorothy 'Archer Knowlc- ,been reserved. lie also anntiwnr- ... HMM-Ma na* OUart
lies man. Barely 32 appointed Bound-up health' --
a young i Mrs. Jan- was
Se >hd year student.
yet he is a creator of a method chairman. St..tsrg Thu. ,d./ .'
t II Whiting:: gave an interestin ATTENTION!!! -
of injecting a woman's back that IICf' Pn.L W. E. Fowler.gavc an "DA.v KCNYOWMOtfROt
. talon, "Tics of Friendship Between extensive
makes childbirth painless. Mother ,- report on the BINGO 1 PLAYERS ..... OPawNA-1D..a Aewwr
: the United States and
often quietly read as they] ance and operation of the school's::
., give birth to children. Dr. fling I Cuba. lunch room. The P.-T. A. gave'a NAVY WIVES CLUB. NO. M
Carey R. Thompson( spoke onthe
son said. vote of thanks in general for j Sponsors
3 "Pan-American Idealand 8*..
He wai the first doctor of k such an excellent manner in ;; N .w > .wnK"BOMDCK
ire O d-will work of the San BINGO PARTY rmva"
this country to use the hypospray. which this department was so j
( Virpn< tu) Cat los Institute. AH-Mw Cart
Although the U. S. Public Health: I ably handled under the principal'sdirections. ,
Service has adopted the hypo- THIS IS AN AIR VIEW made! late in 1947 cf Bogota. Colombia where rioting was continuing Pablo Fernandez president of \ TO10UHOWflril: I II)

spray the doctors of the Armed i Saturday despite reports by Vice President Eduardo Santos in New Ycrk that rival; parties in San Carlos.. presence dcertificatcs Mrs. Glehwood Sweeting gave | 35:00) to J 11:00 I ( I-11. Si.niiri! ; Th,. .-,1.! .v
II to the students and congratulatedthem.
forces have not accepted )'c\-I I Colombia has agreed on a new government. The revolt against the conservative government Mrs. Jean McLarnan of- a report of the Room Mot cn.' Public Cordially Invited JEWELS a< MIANDCMDOIIG-

, but It is believed they will. 1 which began Friday left many of these buildings gulted oy fire and looters ard forced a recess in fered words of appreciation in meeting and of plans for the May j REMEMBER THE DATE!!! Richard Travis aad

It is a simple gadget. Looks!t! the Pan American Ccnference. The numbered buildings: ((1)) Avianca Airline office where firs behalf of the. class. Day Festival which will be h=ld ,j at' SUN anil SAM: (:[I.l1 Mic.......

much like a small flashlight. It' burned::! cut airmail post cffice. ((2> Offices of the U.S. Embassy, whose personnel were merocccd: Tha of San Carlos on the school grounds Thursday. I|

has a spring in it that will exert there throug'i a perilous night Fr dav. ((3) Edificio American, housing offices cf the U.S. conference Institute secretary, Dr. Jose C. Sanchez May 6; at 5 p.m. There will be i

a pressure of over a ton a square dd :lat5o1. ((4)) Avenida Jiminex de Casaia. principal downtcwn street where lootin; took made the closing address and ex crowning of the May Queen and j

inch. It shoots the medicine into place. ((5)) Carrera S:ptim a main street where conservative; defenders killed 14 pers4n<;. ((6)) I planned the importance of knowing King and each classroom will iwrepresented | Sun and' Storm
one's arm at the rate of 600( in the festival by.
Government: Ministry of Communication. ((7) Hotel Granada, where some of U.s. delegation i Spanish in the Western Hem- '
miles an hour. aspects portraying heaHh.: W ALL METAL
and newspaper correspondents were housed. ((8)) Church of San Francisco. burned and ;sacked' I u.phere. some .o\
.It has just one drawback. At th conclusion of the Room j
causing destruction of priceless religious relics. Diplomas. were awarded to sec tut" AWNINGSWhen
said Dr. 1I1I\C1iC1h when he show, LeLancWhiting Mothers'' meeting.: Mrs. Ida Clawson |i
I rtl ua the hypo pn y. "If it i isnwvrd _. ------ -- -- ond-year students: Janice .was.presen\c4 with a gift in

when you press the trig] IK\cl\L:! :! FIGlfRKS IN CXILO.MBI\IS: SIR 1TB1M \ j to fii-t-ycar and students Jean McLarnan.: Fern Pros amI .recognition, of her valuable! :service ' I Ol'ETV-1C. A DilinctifITIwn ., ,/rarirt

l;rr releasing ththc.t.. it cut j I 1 on IICf.! Esther Light.: Blanch T rendered in promoting an 'I (:XOSKU-1C* A /W/rrl Storm Shutter
I sour nn. The IMTISUJT is th:1ll working untiringly in bringim
bir"' '''4 I' projects for the school to a but- :
"Tbat's why ik.l .-tor ,IMSUaii toi Leila Pace. Clara ?
to, :$ xyY Redman Thompson. Francis: ; E ccssful conclusion. I Finished in Gleaming. Enamel Your O la ate of C,4ntt,,
| loH+ar ujtdi min-rs sej
Monogram or Oicn
II. Tvr: already treated over :5.T ,- '. z ( i-ss> Herman Gibcau and An Before World War II thF Simple to Operata FHA Terms Mattel on Dentor. lrettisi..sfalted .

OHO' persons with the hyp*pray 1' in a Shli : 61.1. GRFa'; :M: K; ST.
Sm C.I! \ItSclitel.. l will :give: ad
None.r them said Ihr-y ft I'' an;, zt iir .. tons of food LEE RROS
I 'ii I!*. -nn" Spanish::; I lessons for be '. by TIlO.Mi I
Iwin. tu&fs. .buf.irt 1947 it was a if.importer
anta" 'l advanced students' Phone for FREE Estimate
irn hrfclntt. small rart ridgermtainmg of six and one-half mi'
vitamin into our WV st," 'is; this coming: Monday I lion tons. I Jr

arm. We screwed" l cp:| our fate -' ;pril 19. at 3 p.m. I
Spni>I' instruction n ndufte'lo .- -- .- -
fur wr rmietnlicrttd the pain
the old needle<< coins into our .. by Miss: Remf nd and spon .. ,---'T---. .--. I ;/

arm and tend- much that Dr :S.OITXJ by the NCCS will conlinn I .
Mid nr fv.-i rc: Wc-lnesfJay: from 7:30 1 tS
Ilinfiaon : N
I Take ita.y. It'* n+t going 1r1r z :: ...f.. pI at St. Mary Parish hall +
4Rs .. 1021) DuNa1 slicet.vx.Knduures 4
I In hurt. D i you feel it? Well.if .Y :
in n..w."
I he hail h. ( : : of stales;\ : in th-
: I>r. Ilingson explained. .
the ptrs.ure grarwl: to penetrateme : L'IJ.VU, SUii'-s for location: vat ORIGINAL
inrh into the flesh of the too: i '+"in a righ of r-*..l! pcicent o*

that the R y I' ., at- expenditures in Del
llc IIbu explained
a""" .c ONE CENT
mrdH-inr tomes out' M> fine that' I w;,. .- to a low of .& |per cent i it

through thepOIes ..u* m 1946.AUTOMOBILE! ( .
it e oca right .
.>f the .kin. leaving n- mark -- --- --- ---- r wY <
He told i>f being in the Public sr x-

Health Service<< some ten veer Drug r 1 i

ago in New York and treating i a st't' 1t

man who had been infected with wher
AP Wirtphotos, We fill all prescriptions
oil while working; around a die elengine.
your old car starts giving you
The mans arm was VICE-PRESIDENT: EDUARDO SANTOS (center) cf Colombia who is in New York. said Saturday I j i trouble. "

threatened' but the doctors scraped thtt rival. parties: have agreed to a new government in Colombia and that both sides said they :, We carry a complete line o'

the bones Inside his hand and would try to: restore order in the rial-lorn city. Santos, en route from Paris to said a 1 Brake Parts. Ignition. Gas Fittings

It shortly healed. > new cabinet has been formed giving eaval representation: to liberals and cunscna?:'n s. HP :said Spark Plugs. Fan Belts.

His hand had bee* penetratedby ;, Ospina Perez (right; ) will retain the presidency and that: Dario Echandia (eft, ), liberal leader will j I'I AT YOUR SERVICE . SMAsHES

diesel oil forced' into i it by a had the cal:.ineL Santos is a liberal. DAY OR NIGHT
high-powered, machine. A young j
---- -- -- -- !
diesel 1 engineer conceived the I'liONE 1178

idea of injecting medicine. He I JURY CONSIDERS: MI .. .cla! Dcl::;atlt will Iciivc The ;.hn.-iim... ti':, a"+ I!
invented a crude gOn. \ U i.iov. for Miami Beach to< \vi'ndcrfulvis.t hunt ., :", gld
I (Conunuifi: f>oiT t.agP On.JAlfrcJ .-> :r.; i.; ::1.K S ; Y
Then a group of Swiss engineers I Robinson, anotne n':'..-, : Mi's. Ccn Tay1:. l"n.H! ;attic 'ca., I J 1502 BERTHA STREET IOH PRICES !

worked on it. They brought under an charge while the _. ____ ___ u __ ._ __. _ ___< f.
it to Detroit whore" the prestntItvpiADiay I open : I .. "
was r.llmgson jury is considering the facts in f".
lcu the case. Robinscn struck (Hamilton 1
was the first doctor knocking; him to the floor. I t. EXAMPLES SELECTED FROM HUNDREDS OF
>c it. It is presumed his skull l was i ,

John K. <*D(c)*Clemmer* is busier fractured. To be Big don't belittle little ThingsFine

than a one-armed papcrhangrr The English! ; first occupied I :: REXALL ITEMS IN THE HAJION'S GREATEST SALE
these d-ys. Ordinarily Doc .
Calcutta India in 1690.
but he's now developing
a druggist, I
into quite an arranger of brewing is such a big project hat it's -- ----- : ...
in the locate the m in the lies tied
conventions. up lies right when ha receives sn the little things that count against you-- ;
i the ccrciiMmUl i .. 2 SOC .... Phut .2 hr 70c
kcal wv k ol arranging order to do certain things." anti __ five oi.. 100'i .. . for A"tiMPtfc .0. w.
Saturday by I if you don'f watch them. Little grains of
to be put or. the oUicer.MIt real) hot _
Mahi Temple of Miarpi.Due down in one of gets those thing inI broken barley . little metal particles . 49c lUAU AlCO-XEX 65< MEDFORD STATW IT. 34 sats,24 says. I

say he's bought out the "* little changes in temperature . seemingly =
capacity "f the Casa M. w. r. '' + tubbing' alcohol. Mil . .2 for SOC Not a U Sola 0".....bslac.p.n.lnet l l 37C
entire Cont-Kt Hotels anJ A owl rf 32 submarines WC.",' little changes in timing or cleaning. __ i
riM and.La Kit in the recent: war--lost w-th; t'
'U engaged in a!;' certain all!) hunds. no trace cf .h>em ave:! Guarding against a multitude of such f' :, w 59t REXAIL PETROfOl 30c REXAll TOOTH t PASTE ZVi II.

units of the Shrincrs coming arourul i fs:"un-J.3 They -.v ere !sunk in sore j "little things" 24 hours a day contributes =- Z' '' : s Mineral.; rm; . . 2 for 60c c.l o I"b. fOf a*.ry"*. !I. U.iI y .2 ftf 31 C

here tw the various. motels out of ihv yaw ;jlacc by Jep gun; toward making ours the most expensive : ; ; --

South expect Ucach."I there will he at least or depth chairs. ;, brewing process known to America. It 1 Me REXAIL PURETEST MILK( MAGNESIA 29c KIENZO NYLON TOOTH IIWMH+

I.OOO Shriners here.on Saturday." tturnIII1tIliaPaliutllplGiirsurruna'IiII11IliG1111101TRUST\! :. ; produces results of such quality that 1 f AMacid. & mild lo4Oli.. Pint . 2 for Sic Any 2 of 1 t yl. . . 2 for 30<

*.kl Doe today. "There may be Budweiser has become something more \ t = .+ i

be.nlCH....The I really question believe i i. where there will wi:\ THISTRADEMARK than beer-a tradition in hospitality. __ 1TflT ,! Uf VICTORIA HOT WATER BOTTLE 2.00 SIZE POITUPS. MMTmt YITAMIN5

we' put them if they con""e." ltd*. Molded p. "ttI r' : .,JJi.
Due went away" kcratclmis his .. .
lirad. lie had ju:.t receivwl a rt- A .

qiiot ditktnal for Shriners.reservation f'.r 55 ad- IJ "'ysf C iHIS rEs J t"r i. : Opportunity for Beauty on a da dart t I It

DRINK : t :f;: ADRIENNE Harmonized CREAMS at two hr to 1 1t
Wl-n the Key West Subaiarin"IU d

c reral "l two wultnurtncs .u BudweiserFOR t-. price of one plus one cent ;I
vbiltus a* part of its i..h'ftnl- '
<4 hiss they 48 )ear ago when" the' !it' FIVE DAYS .. i !! 5 facial/ creams! Buy any 2 of I kind. 2 for 76e :

United St.,"-s ixvcpUnl the TirstitK = J ij Because of our great expansion REMEMBER-The Regular Price for ONE h 75cl ,t
really went u ; ;
the Navy 1 program more :
1 =
On the sixth
town.Vi t J day JVtdweiser is available ;
now. ;
.it went clambering ('\1\' n,' 1 fry to drink a 1 + tc
Hie ladders into the bnweU of the'I' 1 sweet beer Demand wherever you go. fou GET 2 FOR THE PRICE Of

two uli:. Tl ey pulled<< 1 and r.ufitxl 1 9t- : iti

their way easefully ovet XhsItulkhe You'll want the ; FRI. SAT
ds. past torpedoes and a = distinctive taste of -' :: ; '. .
ff gadgets and mac \ ,
.ut maw I
v ihiiKry of all kimls. = Bwdweiser thereafter .( L--:: : '. __..__ _..__ --- ..

Thai was a trip to remember," End yew panning 4..,.
reclaimed a man who wni ..mH. This tradcamrk .has"'-twoy* sn! ftt .

through' one of the .ub*. -:v. stood for th.. finest pvutn, varniU GARDNER'SPHARMACYThe

never seen sit much equl !1\'n. >.. and.
and machinery jammed into such I I I

M You|4,narrow go. have through and to;be the congcsti-d in top vessel.shape" spacr.just I HOMEAPPLIANCE o Budvveiser ,I I t '{'7i_T t Store

that ufum. .
officer explained THADC wort rca U. ""T. Off.

out in An times as a of result war. of all depth the tights bombs go I TASTES LIKE BUDWEISER 1114 Division Street (Cor. eiasi)-Phone 177

,,r some. other cause. PHONE: 11 Atlas ANHEUSER-BUSCH. \
must ka.w JJEJJI F.KF D" I
IU.ED nut !
-Then' every man well he can! Los Simonton St. Key West 1'fEtiRII'TIO.s r an.

the various valves *o I!t1UIIIIBIliillilfJiWtiitiir:8i11tii! : ! !:aiilwltlG:: .. .'''- '. "- 6_ 1 I
i.-:;; r-.q 1tII!!&

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