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 23, 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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Resource Identifier:
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Judge T. Alan Gokkliorwuch: today ,,: LOWERS STEEL PRICE : Navy, icported to, police ycvter- : -r-- State. EIIca AftMcttlMw .... taar
pnotpunril indefinitely the DETROIT- Benjamin F. Fair- > day that she had lost a handbag: -J d A building permit w=,> is,<>u(11tJJY : AI :5:30: a.m. tum..r.W. Capt. ladies$ began arming' Iriy m
[ containing $1.6.>0 in cash andI A. G. -McFaddcn.. USN. commamlcr -..Key Wokt to a&MoRaI Ifte aawatconventions
? rivil runtnnptnkntc of United leu. United States 3ieel president.has to Charles" Topping ft
Mine WM ken' chieftain John L. cut prices on manufactured I $150 in Post Office Bonds while ;rte ..--- of the Fleet Sonar-Si-lxiul I .14w' twgartl.altast J .
Lrwis. steel that will save the coun- pushing her child along Caroline '.'\r 1."IfflOl'". Sunscontractors, Cur the l"Un- :: in Key West, will hold an inspee- plans were perfected /for Mie to*
street between Margaret.and William sliuction "of the sl fl pier and tion of the graduating class; of the .
(:.G..hbh.'toU had previouslyfined try's 25 million| | parade w her heW .13 p. ** !<.
consumers some
Ix-ww &tU.OOn, and the dollars. i streets at 4:15 p. m. ycster-.<:I .THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD:: Howard Lang (right) youngest murder i breakwater around lh- county |school. Tuesday.ExJietS\ .

I United Mine Wuikrrs Union I day.Mrs. : defendant in Chicago history Is comforted br Warden Frank beach ..t- West Martrllo Tower. Thin Capt Cecil C. Advil Rulrc Fr..* ......y,
11.400,000 for criminal contempt 't Skeens said she had just Sam in Cook county j jail after Ihs boy was sentenced to 22 years } I5uildinj InsjJCitOr Errol Saw ;. USN commander of th:? Key who is general rh *riM of MM
lit pI..tponPfTK'nt indefinitely of AGREES TO ARBITRATE drawn the money from the pot ,, imprisonment for killing his' seven-year-old:: playmate. Lonnie I' West Naval Base, will present]}i state convention c.1 r.rtliNer, raid.
i the civil contempt was due to the CHICAGO_The Swift company office (ora "very urgent rea- Fellick. The youthful prisoner will -be transferred to a re- yer announced.The : diplomas to 12 members of the today that the .pa rude. will atert
' "icturn tu work", movement of |' has accepted the governI son." Later she'offend! a rewardof formatory. contract ricO< is i $80,000:class of the school. 1 at Duval and United .**.*. awl
miner*. i I ment's offer to attend a Washington $400 for the return of the for the pier. The breakwateris | At a later ceremony trophies 1 will) proceed down Ekwai to Caroline .
.IVoductiun now 'U just a' littlethe conference with the hopeof diaper handbag with the money :-- I to protect the sand to be pldC- :i will be awarded the local cham- street

low normal in the wit' coalfields ending the 39-dav-old: meat- I and the bond intact. ;TJasma;: ; I Rushed : .. r AfT.lII.I.I'. AT i i ed to form the beach fnnn high pion basketball team representingthe i ii Th n George A. W....... t' airman -
winds and from the action of the troI I
of the country- packing strike. Company officials / ,' i Fleet Sonar School The of the parade. divaiu. d
The pension fund plan won by at Cudahy. Wilson and Armour 'I Fine Johnson l County Offices tides. !' phics will be small balls. the general commitu-c. ..-. ...-
LrwU when Senator Styles plants* have not vet committed Here For Baby Construction of the pier already ed that there will he at has
IIiKlges, New Hampshire, sided I themselves to attend the To Close Monday$ has started. The work was Sales three bands among the I.!M
with the fiery labor leader, was meeting. In City Court )r : held up for some timeby a lack; Properly !. Elks who will paMkim4i r m the
today under attack when Ezra State Highway Patrolman W. of teeL The. material is now .

Continued On Pace,Severn4II1UIHIIWIIIUIIWWIUflIIIfItUUIIIUWIIIIUIUIIIIC "MYSTERIOUS WITNESS"i Harry Johnson arrested at A. Stevens of Marathon end: Jack Monroe County offices; will ion the spot' and the beach will [, Jacob Deitsch transferred Olt-I? f parade. the band.
and These be
will -
Simonton reptcscntinjj
in observation this fall. property near
be clossd: : on Monday be ready for public use | I
I Bahama Bar :317 Duval street Felenwidcr, Miami traveled between 1 )0k..
via streets to Jose L- Rodriguez the Tampa Lintan of *
The i
\ DETROIT. mysteriousI I ;
..i was fined $50 and costs of Confederate,
:& by Judge Blood the .Jackson Memorial SchoulBand
Miami-Dade i
I told that he the 1 for $2.500 according/ to a warranty -
witness who police I
I Hilary Albury of Muncipal Court Memorial Day it was announced in the of Mianii. which. .has 121:
}Thieves Break I deed filed yesterday: i
heard Negro Labor Leader Davis Bank and Municipal Hospitalhere .
LINDSEY. yesterday for having gambling today by Circuit '! office of Circuit Court Clerk i piecesaM the Key Went H.=h .
i he knew who attempted to
say paraphernalia in his possessionJohnson in two hours and nine mirvutes -
'' i School' Band under the tendership -
kill Reuther. CIO UAW head. Court Clerk Ross C. Sawysr. I Ross C. Sawyer.In
pleaded guilty to the yesterday: when they brought I Into Fish Boat a statement concerning the of Earl Dillon.
'has himself been picked County Judge RaymondR.
up by charge. He '
Motor Co. was arrested by Police -; pJrsma for the baby born to Mr. transfer of Martello Towers property -;: It was not known yet which
police for questioning. Lt. Harry Lee Baker. Lord said he would. -
I and Mrs. Kermit Tootles, 120-C:: t Edward Iigs. owner of a fishing j from Mr. and Mrs. Carl : band will dead the panic The
serve the: day also for the boat tied at ThompsonI Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Itnt- lof
up Hilton to leading element in the '
Used Car Dealers COMMUNISTS JAILED Pomciana. filing of absentee ballots be- I Company docks last night I.I B. Muir. Jr. it was said to have ; march' will be fottwwad by ii..-

ROME-Communists in isolM, 'II I Fete Thing, That Hare Stevens said he ran his car caus; John England. super- ;i informed Lt. Ray Atwcll that I been tranferrcd to Muir ""and' Arthur Sawyer Post of the A.-. .

404 Duval StreetNext i led I sections of Italy today contin- Been Done by Present about SO miles an hour on the visor of registration will !| someone had broken into the i others." This was a mistake. It-Ip I lean Legion Cater Guard the
ued to give the government trouble run he made into Key West::! after close his office on Monday. i] craft and had stolen four suits should have been to Mr. and! 40 anti a group of the poat *tul!
to Lf Conch Hotel and some arrests have been i imade. BiHirtl of County i; the plasma was handed to him The Florida National Bank I I of dungarees. The dungarees Mrs. Muir. open cars for the ........ICS <>f

TELEPHONE 50! The Communists alleoly *-*- I. Commissioner I I I by clenwider at Surprise Lake. wilt also be closed; Monday. f were later. recovered by the own- -:7- I the Elk* Lodge.

plotted |o dynamite a church. VOTING MACHINES Bought at I er. : Seek Divorces A" nttAtbor+ &i tocttl I aaaaafeBjaite j
i i Some Pome residents barricaded a cost of $20,600. that fairer and 1,I ".I'.II.1'.iJT.II. .. ....... ': seeking divorces J'and o anew iw iMBj aaH awwwmfc
CHoEVROlt194 :;:;: themselveq in their --homes 'for! : l 4 petitions -
." would better ,electi6ns coufd 05 held.' '!.' f. : .-+waref4tett.yptt fr1ai in_thffojEfigg. JUt a .i fa
BUck. riMtmaitvr Door Sedan fear that the Communists and results known at once HPLY1Qoi'S'1'RLINK ,......,.m*>*, G..c_ I. (-. 5. ; of Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. FEacH. -
Radio Heater -;, W. W.I i carry out reprisals after their defeat ADDITION TO COURT HOUSEFor I IUSED CARS ARE by Caridad Vireas., he registers for the CWlV..t..onat 7
Tim Not Broktn/In at the polls. !; storage of machines and" TWINS 1 1ll GARAGE I j! againn Victor Vargas and by I. the local Btlu Cta/ w..

BUICK-1947 .. I for vault space. LUMBER YAKU ::. !>...! greet! I..e tw : MOVING\ FAST Evangelinc: Davis against. Jamqs :-street will for be the handed. wimMueldk. a atlrtcsysticker i ,,4 ,

Black Special S.d<.etlt Radio ADDITION TO COURT HOUSETo TELEPHONE 81$ Auto Repairs, Painling, E. Davis. .
Low Weekly Summer Rates 1 1I I give more for tax (ivt One While You Can: their cars signed by City Ma'i.get
Heater w White Wall space Ittnly and Fender !Work Ralph) O. Spalding< and Pol"l. t:
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Tires Low MileageCHEVROLET1946 i Now in effect |! assessor.ADDRESSOGRAPH. GeBBlar A.l. F.rt. f.* All C.r. I WE HAVE . Chief Joseph! Kemp.
MACHINESTo : '47 DeSoto Club Coupe. Like New
; Elect FULLER WARREN i will .read 11I!jIo..s
for Personnel j The sticker .1.
-Fine Navy -
VerY Clean
Chevrolet. 4-Dr
facilitate work of tax assessor POOR OLD CRAIG I ..
fleetlina Aero Sedan White I Opp. =:11! and tax collector. 2)UtJ tJ Man / "[42 Plymouth Club CpeExcellent. GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA I : .
Rims Radio Heater In!l CENTRAL HOTEL Sta ii GARAGE-For use of CourtHouse SKRMCE: STVTIONDivbion ; '4t Hudson Conv New Top. Paint "HcUo Bill: The City. K- ,
ConditionFORD1947 -- West extends a cordial I m 1 "r' 'ito t
Perfect -, 4Dr. An A-I CarOpposite PULL - 7-D .
officials. 40 Plymouth. ..
__ I at Francis Phone 9134 - visiting; Elks and i-nU-iwK! t" it ,
i WE HAVE PAINTED the CourtHouse I LEVEK (ConUnuod On Page tlCh.: >
Black Super DeLuxe 4-Door I and put TILE on the NAVARR0 nc. Bus Station .
Yale Tires & -
Sadat: Radio Excellent Condition Palace Theater Floors. I '11II11I1I1UIIUlIIUIlIUII- --IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIRnlllnUIlLIP--
i- Low Mileage LIGHTED the grounds and REBUILT I ,
in 550 x 17 TIRES $14.07 --r ---
Jimmy Wakley I the roads around it. MOTOROLAAmerica ()
FORD1947Maroon 600 x 16 TIRES 13.58 j Holiday
Super DeLuxe 4-Door and also Painted it. 650 x 15 TIRES 15.9165Q )Finest AUTO RADIORoy'
Sedan Radio. Above Average NEWS and SHORTS I x 16 TIRES 16.31 134S
THE PEOPLE OF KEY WEST Monday. April 2S. Key West Auto Parts
700 16 TIRES 20.76 n 1
1 New Green Paint BATTERIES CHARGED I I THEIR COURT HOUSE --- -- - i being a Legal Holiday in Florida.

White Wall Tires New Transmission -, I WE =HAVE BOUGHT the Hospita! I American Legion Home i' this Bank will be closed; ; I---- h
Mudern I ,
Engine Has Undergone The Way I and Clinic both of these from DANCETONIGHT. for business on
Major Overhaul This- un i: in. in 30 to 45 minute and I the U. S. Government at less I STOCK ISLAND i that date

Week A Superb Quality Car four ear can be on its wayl j than 2:)'* of their cost.
I Smith AUTO SERVICE I WE IIAVfc LEASED Meaeham 9 O'CLOCK TIL 1 EverySulurday I TinHorida I INatioiial Hank

I CADIIUC-1942 Uu r Field, so that Key West could MUSICBy j at Key \",vluuuiiiiuiuiiiiuuiiiiiuiiiiuiiniiibuiuiiiiuiinnuuiuu (LIVE) Poultry & Egg Market
Two-Tone Beig.-Grcen 61 Phone No. 5 Whit at Fleming / I
have an Airport. I 1fT NightMusic ; :/
White Street Phone S44
Series 4-Door Sedan Fully JOHN PRITCHARD t _ __ _
WE HAVE BUILT and Furnislwl 'tJrJ
- -- - --- I i We Invite You 'lo Cowl' s:':
Equipped ;; : a Home for the Old People of I and His Orchestra
{ : by Quality' and Prices
1 I there'Is' better ELECT I
CHEVROlET-1947 the County- none
1 11'ur, Hear! hear! I '
Biasing Red Half-Ton Thrift j in South Florida. I. RAUL'S I THE THREE SHARPSfrom ou- I cc m Florida Grade A DrHM4 .n.i "
master Pick-Up, Truck Almost -, TOW' 0.() I WE HAVE' BUILT Lateral Koad.- W GARTY !MMJ( Till I :OO j Drawn Battarv-Raiscd FRYERS
New I I on the Keys that have increased _.. i, We-Fix-'Em
C L U B --- '
I I the tax valuation of the Key:. BUS SERVICE EVERY HOUR Florida Grade A Vtemti anIDrawn
,: fjtWFAnB-f
WATKI1VSCandidate the
DODGE1946Black On the Boulevard by Airport 1
several million dollars. ROASTERS STEwE"s
Half-Ton Pic ,'Up Truck PHONE 9287 or 1135I -) .. Say
i for I WE ARE BUILDING more I oodthl're. (I'.ml I 1'.111/a'. \ Mechanically Perlect I STATE REPRESENTATIVESLOPPY I \ "TOM I and SAM" Florida Grade AA Large

:..... Boulevard - : ** EGGS
--- -' I WE REBUILT the at I ;

"I'rriruring Quality i WKWF' Key West.for and Lateral arc Roads letting flea contracts i I HEAR! HEAR! .. : Monroe Motors, i Inc. Our Poultry Is Received ALIVE }

I'wd' tara: Only"9'NO 6:25 ; i
i! ()ll rtoll" I i Key ARE WestWE BUILDING Key West a 1 our Friendly Ford Denier and Dressed Daily
: TRADE-INS'REQUIRED- i 41',1; I' .liI,' I'' \cI -I' I Beach. I
fine Bathing
: i
'eIUaIMIWIWUUSUUIU e;:.U>VUflIIIUSUIUIIIIIIIr I feel that I have been a member _

of one of the most procrcs.sivi .- ROBERT H.
Boards of County Commis LISTEN .. --

toners you have ever had and .
JOE'S BAR .hat I have helped make that
Board a Progressive Board.I TONIGHT

real my candidacy on my rec
Announces Their Reopening ord. I feel that I have done s' GIVENS Jr. I at 5:55

r-used job. I ask the people of ,
I i Key West to return me to that
COME: fiftf.w; ",If i EVERY job that I may continue to work

'Olll( FIUE."I1S TO'NIG"T .MCIfT for a better Key West and Mon- (:kiiiilidalc for WKWF
I roe County. I

DANCE -anflenjoy} the eveningMUSIC r. A. PARRISHCounty Circuit Judge> in Croup 1 Speaking; On, Letter Behalf of Io:

Comuiisioaor (Against Judge Ross Williams) .
front 9U0 '(;lockRbythmettesAII.Girl Judge ROSS
\ of Fifth District,
I by the

Trio "County Monroe Under Commissioners"Heading County . Over WKWF 6:15: Tonight WILLIAMS

PULL LOWER, LEVER 2IEFuld Circuit Judge. Group Onei

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-.. HOLIDAY. t" '_' II/In._. ....................... -- - ? FLORIDA WENS SECOND: CQNSECIT.\F 4tll \III

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PabJlahed Dally Escept Sunday. b7 Key West InDays Radio Programs If
.f i i_ P. ARTIA:1. Owes .ad Pabwker 'jPassover, or Pesach; begins at sundown .. !I Florida's l I

ORMA-V I,. ARTXAX.' B"' Mwger ..................*...- .. ;i
From The CUbeb Bolldln today and, for reform concludes Gone By j -
Coraer Crea and Ana Street *r'
.. Only Dally Je" w pper IB Key West adVoaro at sundown April '30. Orthodox NETWORK PROGRAMS Advertising Award i iI
Countyrd. AS
second class matter Jews observe eight days, with the first two ,. .THE CITIZEN OF ,. Time i. nester standard.: F.rc.. I '
< Key "West. Florida aa tral standard subtract h. fsrmountain -
nn>r> ens *ir : .

VKVBKK OP THIS' ASSOCIATED PRESS and the last two as holy convocations. The ,, 0..1.11 APRIL. 22. 153.*. .:i f naurs. Somealstat standard a.btnct'tt,_ cltanl *... 1 I I :TALLAHASSEE'U "'i8ra., one.I FJa. April :!ri Ch

Tb. AanriAt Pre. la exeltislYely entitled toM I I 11I' > I -.w et relay t. tot tacal schedules.. '.
for reproduction of mil new dispatches credited festival opens with a Seder, or Passover Last min.t program cnans** cannet 13*-:Governor MiUard Caldwell i
.. .. |t I _t .*"*"''" et'Mlt" l. .ltl. paper dlM The City. council at regular 1 I ..,included. Esckrnan,
:.: .1 the local sews published here. meal and the history! of the Holy Day is meeting hejd last, night,, a've.its. 't receives tronr RoyC.

.. .t"USCRIPTlO BATESU dwelt in detailed fashion by the headof final approval to ,the .resolutionand i FRIDAY, APRIL 43 state director of advertising, the
(*. Tear .$!:..:: contract: with the R.'E..Cr\&m.1: second consecutive n a ti o n a I
*U Months the household. For the period of the mer Bond Company- the -I$5QYew
rllrMoaU. :J -. r--- &1$ proposed Report JS Mia...nbe award won by the state for "con
-. ._ Month -" -r. ;-.. 1.'. festival unleavened bread or matsos are bond refunding proposi- Newscast i/very: Dajr-cba I I achievement" in i its ad-
r Vo.klr. --- -- .e5 tion. After the reading of the resolution Network Silent spicuous
., Kiddies Hour (repeal)-& -.elt i
AU>ERTISItO RITES eaten The date, according to the Jewish ahd contract they were :Network Silent U hr.)-tabs-east.:, vertising.
V Made Known on.ApplicationIMPROVEMENTS officially .signed by Mayor WJ- Kiddies Boar (repeat)- -weal { Presentation was made recent-
calendar is Nisan 15th. This Holyday 1 .:1*-Sports Music :: !l Advertis-
.. SPEC3AL JlOTIC& .. . lard M. Albury City Clerk Wal- United Nations: Reportcb1i30Jean Time- ly to the Florida State
Ail r..IItC a'-lee, raids .t tbaak. rua1atloa. commemorates the first successful blow lace Pinder and other city offi- I McKenna Softg-cbveast 1 1 I ins Commission and its Advertising
.k.a" .f re pet. oblt..rl' notce-: -.. poems. ate. will be cials. I Lam and Abner repeatcbswest1:44Newacut Allied AdvertisingAgencies' 4s
ell.rlrM for at u.. rat. .r I. eaata a la..Ik ... struck against slavery and persecution. I i agency. the s
\. ea for .tertalanaeat III' eburcbea from which by Thr o-abe of f londa. Inc by to be derived Ira,1.eentlY lIat The faith of the Jew in human dignity Lowell Tbomaa (repeat 11)cbeO0Supper I Annual Jury of Advertising r
r The CUt... a. asepe.. forum sad 3avtta diee A central executive committee ? Club-abc-baadif t
.sak a .r .aWle a.a" and subjects .r local .r and individual freedom, is reaffirmedin and music amusement grounds The Benlah Show-cb. Awards. While Florida has beenso I C.'l.
....ral lateral. bat It will ao& puUI.h anoaymoose..IMualralle. ; News and Commentary abo honored twice, no other state
: the service or Haggadah, of the Seder procession. military, fireworks, Fulton Lewis Jr.-tabs
r:13-News and Comment-nbe has won recognition in anv singleyear. 'lItJ
t.. meal. The history of the Exodus from and speakers subcommittees I Jack Smith and Soar cba .
be named tonight 7:30: at, the I Dally Commentary _. ItJl
I FOR KEY WEST I Egyptian bondage under the leadership of courthouse from Committee from I News: Dinner Date-mba Governor Caldwell extended I--r Y .d1

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Moses is retold and the spirit to defy all every civic and fratemaU bdy in I 7ao-Boo-Mary Crosby's Osborne Club Trio-abs-oba congratulations to tne commission .

the city for the celebration, of the I Lone Ranger Drama-aba and its agency for a cons i
oppression and persecution is kindled in formal opening of 'the Overseas Henry J. T ylor-mba I scientious job in promoting the
I I ;
the hearts of all.American s '. I 7r KaltenboTB Comment-nb% I prosperity of the
.. 1. More Hotels and Apartments. Highway. Ed Harrow NewscbsSports growth and' s'a e
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. democracy is based upon Comment-mbs00 stale J i tQ
'.- -
Paul LavaMIe
a. 3. Airports-Land and Sea. Florida's East Coast Dental MeloclJ'-nbo ,
these ideals and the Pilgrim Fathers built Fanny Brice Comedy-cba
..: 4. Consolidation of County and Society will hold their district II Fat Man Detective-abc LEGALS I -
well when they embodied in our Bill of Take a Number Quiz-mbs
Governments. conference in Key West June 3
City I:>>-_JB Too Top This-nbe
5. Community Auditorium. Rights, the basic Jewish conception "to with around 200 members attending Danny Thomas Show -cbs \OTirR or NOH1B
Dr. Wnv' P. Kemp stated Tots is F.B.L. Drama-aba l\ THK ,01 \T.n UGICS 1'01 nT.
proclaim the land Leave It to Girls oel
liberty throughout unto --mba MOMtOH: ('''L'T"T'T." :
this morning he was 'advised. ISs-FiYo: Minutes News . 1 h ei-ee ..
I -cb: KI.OKII I! GOVEHUbR MILLARD CALOMEL-. r s eedconsecutive
all the inhabitants thereof.
N r ,, r'. Billy Are Commentmba1:00People Funn7nbotGrI".n.'meebeLanCfordcb. Estate ofOAKP.IB u OLMSTEi1.recessed.. I I national award woo by U Sts/S of Fi 1'rtda he tin

+ Hayes Wood, tax coQettor of :\ spicuous cii! TfEitnt" hi tin .o ecInr'--- ..... Pie '. It.- 1n1Hs
MONOGRAPH Dade visitor Break the Bank-abc The Stale ..f FlTlrta.-' AH Personsrinterested i I
The folks county, was a ,m Key
who live the interest of I
on Gabriel Ueatter, Comment; -mba i I in the K,.Ute 'f l said: the union has yet been b.o. re' Mwsey.
.::: To All Meddler: their investments rarely worry about the West today and, was meeting a .:1 -News Broadcast-mb ; IJp.- int: -' I _.
number of baIl players whom he ..30- ,o are hWby nfttifie.1 that a -- -- -- T
: Lyman Walt Time-nbe -
.:.: )How( about going big and developing troubles of the man who lives on wages. knew in days. gone by-v when I Ozzi. and Uarriet-cbs .I wr1 aMt: .n instrument an.1 pure-rieg Te..nt."t .t.f.> I tarry Ii.. pe4'S5I4 .. t1r'ftif' '. ;

a <
in this section, and Miami and ISI-Fl".lIlaute SIoru-abo p.balp.en aid. Cv.rt. __ 4Y. -
own business! FREEDOM OF THOUGHT commanded within -
minding your Key West often met in contests._ 10.0O-The Mystery Tbeater-Dbe> You.l\are ralegdar hereby m...hs from the .-(AP). P .licr .frrr

.r- THE ORACLE. .}. Boxing To Be Announced& Sports Show-cbs-abe date...f the first publication ..f this had CUAfi8caLrd *.i.. *&). TW
Meet the Presa t.. appear in Said Court and said they ; ... Oss e Ml.1" Ost.
"The freedom and hope of mankindin Information received at'_Key -mbs "hoa iN.-. If any y"... ran. *") Fall from travel
10:30- black-maiket
... this darkening world depends upon the West from Washington shows Bill. Jones Stem Revue 8portnbeptk. -cbs the action of said.. .(*..urt. vht.wW in imt{it- weeks t.. STAR BRWD2SS
hal fw
v that President Roosevelt has approved Tex Beneke Band-mbs ting aid Will t pr lets in the past
..C RULES FOR ADVERTISERS freedom of America," declares Dr. FrankP. two WPA projects for the 10:45-Pro and Con Talk_nbo land CSI-\I.unr.- ok...l.' ,! fill 75 railway wasjssm. Fire bri COFFEEROLLINS .

S r Graham, President .of the Universityof schools of this county. "1.00. -News News Variety.& Variety Dance 2 hrs.2 hn.-cba-nbo :Monroe raymon4''uusty n. 1..1''''I..rit.. County Judge. !I gadcs and trade union ,.ffi '.j'!'. ,I

A five-point code, designed to assure North Carolina, who says that it is "im Ne News...and Dance Dance Band Hour-abe 2 hra.-mba I I'y .C.., AnneV' ''...\ilUr .'IFirst .I.r"I :':. { have been calie l nut t.. help is- -'h7 A Peal Tet6eorI --
.npril: .
Mrs. Lawrence Gutierrez and publication fijnlml. tmhonfc. IIf! p.-.p:
e talnu.A and tlon-dt>cepUon in advertising perative that our universities be free in Miss Virginia Perez entertained 12:00-Dancing Continued-abc-west I a 1S4 tr.33-.emay:. : i-14.134, N. \\u.v ,I
: ha been prepared by the National Better I America. at another enjoyable social meeting I :
. This is something which yesterday afternoon at the I" THK ('IH'-| IT 4'OI HT OP THK I
f )lu! *inr** Bureau Inc., which bases its! many peopleare Public Library. I Saturday SummaryTime KKXTII JI Hill ..i'IH,../."I..ii'1)F i' a ....... .....
"apt to overlook. It does not that is eastern standard. For THK vrVTK,OF .1.' 1t
.- t principle upon a decision: made by theUnitrd mean central: standard subtract ens her; l\ ,%'\I) FOB "0'\"...: 44)1 \TI' \. 'ter tHHNta1s
every institution of Jearning will six far mountain standard twe hours. "'II 'M' 'KHt.STKVKNS .
repre- Representatives from over
:: last month. 1'n.. '\_ 1..3.. i MtM
States Supreme Court sent the same leadership or reach the same Jaycee clubs in the Dade County I'. AI.I.M'*M>, JR., ft's NN
,; headed Tom Smith vice SATURDAY APRIL 24 Plaintiff.r .
Here the rules area
are conclusion. It does not mean, for example, !'. lilt lllB,
president of the state Jaycee M.rsiae MARTHA p.nunlcnI.I.ltlXI: ,
: ((1)) Advertising a+ a whole must not that everybody will agree with the viewsof group, will be present at the ..OO-The Story *"* I.efen.l./or! 4

local Junior Chamber of Com ::;pc<'iat-abo .' oiiuiui OK Pt'RI.1'ATIUSTO
Dr. Frank P. Graham.
rr create a misleading: impression, even What is impor- .: -Songs for You-cbs :
merce's Charter Night tonight Fmm..ri..blJm..nd.. 1 1
: though every statement, separately con- tant is that educators and citizens be trained 8 o'clock at Club Miramar. I 10:00-Frank*:30-:Mind' Your Manners-nbe ill I Flinders Road.Philadelphia. . : ov1.oats . .
Merriwell{ Drama nbo Ptnnwlvania.You
to seek the truth and that .. s. if ....,
.: ftidrrttl. i is literally true; no impedi- 10.30-Archie Andrews Drama-nbo are hereby r |tolrM In appearto
be the girl scouts :Mary Lee Taylor Talk-cbs: the Hill for Pivorcf filed againstyou
ment in Members of
.-:: be written for put their path. Ozark Valley Folks-mba in the above i.t>I.... cause <>n ..r 518870 Wi 141iir. r a.'k.w.l' Yw
((2)) Advertising must are to meet this afternoon in '1OO- l *r r<- the 15th day of Ma>. A. I'.
There Meet the Mcels nbe
must be intellectual freedom in Adams hall on White street forth sews Lt's t'retend-cba- 11 l: 4;. otherwise the allt-xalionx .-..n- I i w4M1.t.t/. ..... it tI1M1111IIM I.

the probable effect it produces! ordinary regard to scholarship, teaching and research purpose>of,.holding a bsjetmeetingin <<:. j Mo.i.Abbott Qeie-.Shw-mW&. Costelto-abo ... '' tained therein will !... taken anVt. i k'1 ... M0/11f h f refs wkal

and trusting mind, a y well as for those in- and there must also be general -connection-wffh-*. ti:30 i =Sifcillnff- M'cConneHili.1' *e" ialMKI4, :; tW1 .t'p; ywr taitrRl/1 tAetrgilt iI ltr.ttl

recognition vibes which the girls, will take Junior Miss, Drama-cba: I \ Florida this XI h day of AlT).... Lake. N twy. ..
.: lellrrtullly capable of penetrating anal- of the right of individuals to ar- } Land of the Lost-abe _\. It. 1345. ***.'
part in the near future. Tbe Teen I.'lub-mbs "Utc.t'IT COURT SEAL. l-nil.. wf of 1p.s.

,.Lt. rive at conclusions which differ from those ------- t P.055 C* Sa..>er. 1 $4... .... ,.., 1 Ma.di (tero.r1u4
e Afternoon
Circuit Court. _
Clerk of
((3):I) Ad vert wing must not obscure or held by the majority of the people around Frank Guito who conducts a 12:00 00-tTheater of Today-cbs: I By: <>Ml) Anne ('. Lonir...rtb, i ... Pwall.s tows Isi

conceal material facts i; them. dental office in Macon. Ga. leftover Junior Junction-abc William V. Alhnry. l>rpat) Clerk. i ....... tl5ds-ei1s410ar IrS ....

the highway Wednesday 12:30-Coffee With Congress-nbo ':. It..........MARY1N MO'OI
Stars Over tt'.n. % r Plaintiff.!
((4)) Advertising: must! not be artfully While we have made a point of avoid afternoon after visitinghis. parents Farmer HoilywoodcbaAmerican -abe ; : .j- apr.ltlC-:3-3..1545: . f'M4 "" ......."..,

contrived to distract and divert readers' ing legal Mr. and Mrs. Benito Guito., Pro Art. Quartet-mbs : .
censorship in the United 1 'States, : . ia11M tolsltttai. w 1'MS
10 Farm and Homubo J l\ wits ('",,'nT ('0'. RT OK THK i!
;, attention from the true nature of the terms it is just as important for people generallyto Grand Central; Drama-cbaLuncheon T .:t..:\ K'TII.JI niC l.'t. ("IH("I IT lt4ig.*. -.-- ..,.. has ..
Today The Citizen says in. an Broada&tabcAlan l OK TH.n: OK FI.OHII I
and conditions of an offer and understand the danger of a censorship editorial paragraph; Lomax Ballads-mba 1 IN .%\U l'uR.'lO'HO..: (01 \T1.I II p.we4e11sa.-y a.w trrwcoMI
1:30-Ed Tomlinson Talk-nbo 1\ C u eSI'FH1.Case |I . Ite111wr111Mf.c.ol/roN dI
((5)) Advertising'must be free of frad- based upon popular opinion. While the "As near as we can judge the County Fair Quiz-cbs: I '\...ii-3a. .
Speaking of 'IIHXNKS. |I \ flwtp.f ir..,
perfect government would haveno Song-abe P 'XX.B; J'> \N ilAlM.
:- ulent traps and strategem which induce average American whether educated or Symphonies for Louthmba1CSNews Plaintiff j I ,........: .ittat veil ol'e.fY. '
taxes. of Overseas nbe I. lilt OKI.: j I
action which would not result' from a forthright ignorant, is entitled to his or her views, the Veterans Program-abc nnro.: I.. XRRXH M.\R<:MIUANKX i tide/. ,... weld otd.+cr4v ai

clomre! of the true nature of anoffer APRIL 23. 1938 2.00-Music for Moment-nbo !' tefrndant. 5f lit ... tt...._d IrI01pilattr
same right must be accorded others if one Give and Take Quiz: cbsfascinating \0'1'1" TOPPKH I ?(' i .
Rhythm-aba ) T.: .... Mtliy .,.Oftg"t
expects to enjoy freedom for himself or "I visualize the keys as built 2:30-Veterans Series-nbe .I Cruse t\ernr ar..bhank" ...... .h.
Edward: L. Green general manager herself. up with waterfront homes by The Country JoucnaJ: cbs 'I'1 %S Wallace Street. I i
winter residents The Hitching Post-abc {, ren\ill South Carolina.You
7*. ..f the Bureau says that the ruling of the Guest Band Showmbs3:00Orcbeslras are hereby r.- iuir.- appear
within the next ten : to an for
years of Nation ab. t: to the Rill for l Hi..r..p filed acamiI ::
Court will be applauded all who believe which will surprise Overseas I you In the above M)led cause .... ..r
"by extent everyone Report cbs
Trading at home is a habit that shouldbe Piano Playhouse--abo the lab: day of .Ma>.. .\. tj .. oirnsoAKD s.. It fel4oe_
in honest advertising" asserts Hayes Wood Dade CountyTax Lionel Hampton Show-mba j ms. otherwise the allem-
cultivated by everybody in Key West, Collector said yesterday. 3:15: -Science Adve"kure-c ,aln... therein will be taken a. ,..n- MOTORS( ti's a ta.ovtyl
that the Court's decision: presents "no new and f, >ed. at
in any effective program there is a 30 Cross Section U. S. A.-cba 1[ ..
hone nd rir<1 re>l at Key \\ e"l 4
or difficult problems for advertisers who ,work to be done by buyers and sellers John Costar vice chairman of Sports The Symphony Parademb.4:00Doctors Hour. -abo 1 Florida. Ibis lath Uy ..April.. A: Outboard Motors Senrke Cera
the Overseas Road and Toll n., H4X.C1R ,
advertising to create a mutual understanding Today-nbo ( (TIT ("()i'RT SEAL) ,,
Bridge District was appointed Morse Race: Dance-cbs: 1 Ross C Sa'"yer. IN LITTLE RIVER
; between themselves and their BILLS TO BE PAID chairman of the central executive Race: Dance Band-mbs I Clerk of Circnit loon 385 N.E. 79th Street Miartii H. n..w.
:30-First Piano Quartet-nbO Sty led) Florence .:. Sawyer,
-* cuntomers. committee in charge of the cele- I .
: Make Way for l'outh-cbs: 1.eiit.\ 1.1..ft.| Phone 7-3314 7 -ltM ft v/SS
bration which will mark the for- Spotlight on SpOrts-Abc i Enrique K,.qninal We call attention to the outlined Dance Music ---- -
rules Here's the fiscal setup of the Federal Time-mbs :lttnrury for Plaintiff
mal of Highway on .
liy the Bureau because opening 4:4S-Church: Serr. (rpt. 5:45)tube550To apr.1"-!=-Utmay-.ItI: *
the long Government
run. : July 4, at a general meeting Be Announced-nbc I

the ohftervance of these rules \vill mean The President is preparing to ask Congress held last night in the county News Budapest Suing: Quartet-cba: IN THE rilirilT COI HT OK THK:

l/rttrr bu ine ," for those in Key West who for almost $4,000,000,000 in addi- courthouse. Lone Wolf Treasury(repeat Band at '-)-abc mba E..IT.:\ .OK:'\TJI THE: !ITTK JlUinl.OK KIOKlUt. ('litI.e -. I Overseas
'do-Doc L Q.. Jr.-nbe 1CSI t'OH110..: Transportation
line advertising as a means of attracting tional expenditures when he sends in the Hayes Wood tax collector for True Melodies to Remember-abc : ,'ut'F\. IN fllNKHt.
or False (repeat i:3i1.-mbs ..
:. liu."ineft* or promoting goodwill by attempt- new military budget. Dade County, made the formal 8:4i-Weekly Commentary-abe I-oriSB MAKM 1'ase \ 11.3-1.5 BKRRYPlaintiff.
presentation of the charter of Inc.
Lug to create misunderstanding or confu- The b ig foreign aid bill, which Congress the local Junior Chamber of Com- sq.. i>i\onrrRLKS : : Company,
Cecil Carbonell Stuoio under I < !?.\ ,
'YIUI.rS)1.'UitKH) ,
i' Mon In connection with adverti.Mng. has just passed, will cost around merce at a Charter Night last Miss Dixie Kay dance teacher. rtvfendantOltURIt Fast

The Citizen would like to emphasize 6300000000. night at Club Miramar. The Key TO: OK PlnilCTION Dependable Freight and; Ef.w*. Set-vlee

rtirularly I at this time that the same I The President has asked for Universal group West group to come is into the 44th existence Jaycee in Today, The Citizen says in an Chariesthalvn I'.5.$. Mayl.crry, i j! -betw..._

e.: rule also apply to the advertisements by Military 'training and revival of the Selective the state.! This city does not boast editorial The June paragraph brides are the ladies N>' ,",Fleet York Post Cit).Ott New toe.York MIAMI\ and KEY WEST

iMtlitictan, nome of whom are inclined to Service Law on a temporary basis.If the youngest group, though; Wau- who put the "ring" in the Spring. .You are hereby required. t" ai>i......rtt Also ALL
lbe Serving POINTS
Hill ON
chula entering just alter the for Invorrefiled against 11OMDA KEYS
make an excessive use of the hyperbole into either of these i Ls passed;; it will cost I local body. yon Ixfortthe in the abote tIed can_ ..n ..r Bctwta M ai sand K.,. W..c
j LEGALS lilh day ofU\. \. I I..
order put their message across.. some money. IS4V otherwise the>> alleeaiM.nv ...n-
tain Kl .. . -
therein will l taken 4- .u- I
Five members of the Miami
The fe"sedIH.IIV_ ti
presumption is that the spending
: I\ THE CIHC"I IT t OtHT OK Tin Express Schfilute
club the :
.. Motorcycle arrived over and r.Ure.l at Kv \\'_,
BIG BUSINESS: IDEA. t.t.K\ .:\'1'11 J I lilt It I. fllKtITl
of the sums above listed will tend to Florida. ibis lilh dJof. \pril.. A
I move highway this morning on the proposed l> .%\ IOU HUMtllK ,lit \Tl.s'riTl l>. l"4". i (No S..*. CM JiIeIeh)
prices upward on the domestic!' front unless.; visit to Key West as imntiomtl ; til- -l.0ltlll IN 1'111\- It*11:.TIT TirnT SK\I. I LEAVES KEY WBfcT> IMU.Y IMC

:... Eric Johnston former president of controls are imposed. Moreover if more in The Citizen of' y -ter- 41HI. "'a.e >.. ..-:Hot C.I..rk Ross C..Sawyer f S CEPT SUNDAYS) *l .*. JVM. A..
day. Fn.tI.'W.HF.T: : : rim at M***i .. IIM .'dec MMniht. -
I he United State* Chamber of Commerce men go into the armed services the labor 0 KIMainiiff. \ : Kathleen V..Hai5lNmtv irk' 1 .
: vx I/IH. '.: %<*IIO\ .
propose: that the Marshall Plan be set shortage might increase.!' Phil Henson never ceasingbolster IIFSHJHIIS KAI Allf.n Enrique>.\ Esg1 for Plaintiff.i".I"{ Jr LEAVES MIAMI DAILY CXCCFT

a.Ule and that private bankers be permitted With this information as to probable} I for Key West, his hometown : 01' HI III' '10' a pr.l I* : \.,.1344'MY SUNDAYS) .-t 12_ ..*.** MMnkrM .
writes The Citizen he will TO: and at rive* at KM W... ..
to loan Europe the money it need. increased expenditures of the Federal Government be coming to the city within the\ John Kanfman-i S. K. :2 r GUEST OF KEY WES." iW o'cteck A-M.

Iut. with the proviso( that the Unit{ next few days to his !lei. :-11 (Sing, Dance, Whistle It ,
it should be noted that Congress;, carry on I S. S :Merr-nry .t6S ;2O, ) /..ocaSch&hde
Slat campaign of good will and boost ..-0 Kl>ft t' .el ..ff...r. (Advt.) ;. :
** Government guarantee the loan taking note of an election year, has reduced New. i-rk. N Y. (Slop Al All I M> ....... rr1iill

This U an interesting suggestion, comIng taxes by approximately 5000000000. ing. In You the are Bill hereby..f (mplaint require.1 10 for appear 1i- :, LEAVES Cr.PT KEY WEST DAILY (C3C.

from "Get-the-Government-out-of This Fern Chapter No. 21, Order of in Ihi- above <-l\le.l3ii."e <.n SUNDAYS) .t feM .daeIt
a means that there will be additional the Hit day hiI.: ..). .\.,. l>4t. oiht-r- Roberts SESSis-: A. M. and arrive* at ...... .. ....
buAineM" disciple. Apparently, it Is all into circulation the Eastern Star, celebrated the ...i.-<. the allegations-rein Hill. 1... o'clock; P. M.
money put to help hoo'l.tthe !' thirtieth anniversary of'its con- taken a- .....nfes.d.This 126 Duval Street Phone 250 I
right for the Government to get into businrjw i- prices of products and wages.It stitutition last night at Scottish order lo l... pudliohed onre aweek LEAVES MIAMI DAILY SCXCPT:

no long as it guarantees private bank is about time for the people of this April Rite HalL 22, 1908.Its charter was granted The published for Key four\e"in consecutive t Key Citizen W., "'a. weeksin newspaper Flori.- We Are Accepting Orders for SUNDAYS arrives! at )K at.T t:w W.clock a .t M A. M.:clock t.4

'.'n against IOM of the money they lend. country to realize that nations like individuals da. GRADUATION DELIVERY for P. M.
and Ordered this fttti
Done day of
Another objection of course is that eventually have to pay their bills.If At a recent meeting of the Bay .\Jora I. \. D. 1l1K.! ROYAL PORTABLETYPEWRITERS

the biff. !*hot on Well Street would direct they fail to do so when they have sur- view Music club, after singing (st\L, Jim C Sawyer. I I FREE PICK-UP anti IUI.Jl.KSI'.JC'HE: : :

songs: and going through dance Clerk of the> Circuit Coart.Monr i .
t the expenditures. The Go"emment.would. plus money, they still have the bills to pay routines the members were directed ..e '...untT. Hornla.By. I: FUIX CARGO INSUKAtVIK;

I be out of the picture until the time cams: and the paying might be harder in some to join the newly organized : (id. ) Kathleen Deputy NnlUge.Clerk.THOMAS When Orders are delivery placed for we will MAIN OFFICE and PHONES WAREHOVSC: CM. z.*.. ft ltolltrly .*..

to make rood the losses sustained. future "Mickey Mouse Club" S. CAnO guarantee : M ANON
which is Sulkitor for the 1'lalntiff. Graduation Dar |1I .
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being started by the apr.-11-3-39.Un'' I '- _
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.&:IOAY. AMUI. 2.1. 1948 TJJE_. .gE ,-cm N ., PAGETHBEEWilltelmina
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Harvey Elected .I MOTHER'S DAY : :_' : : Trj

New President Of Key West I IS'SONOAY MAY 9th r + +

Business, Professional Women J I I

' MtKV (:K\IIAM ,'CJ\IS't-

, :: : of our long experience are
I U)\ a BECAUSE in the type of gifts that will
ts Z heart of that special someone.

Mrt wWaeiftaiu IJat\'.y was I Visit our store and you will be sure to find
. wt M4 MMhr rWtnJ p/Wfedrt* tow xe - the appropriate gift for such occasion asMother's
Day. Anniversaries Weddings etc.
uwwed Mr* At..*4. Van Grtdu Our are low.
.. J prices $surprisingly
....... .. W A=-.., ", sht's'' 4

: .t.ti.r1 tal .ffieer5 i t the K*..
q Wert .......... .... j t :c
w.... ("k ...
CMhrr Wfirm wrrr f.-*& vlr* a
.>lr*. >Ury Grah&nt.prtMdvnt .
p .... Me twttR prrvrt......,. I j
the oath. efLW.. 'I
" Mr Ura**> Cut %\ rr
: Isrdtey aee.wtary Mr Clots Ark
*: "t.l.,.,..,"" ourcetrry.Mn
g 1'tnrw' MIN.f and'H. UW i Lustrous, gleaming; pearls in :
* MWW JbuUL Mb* hash= >l4 the choice of one, two or mul I
p rlb%', ,.w* Jtriryu.nncr Ha ur tipI strand.
I fX.ttr..i..n in >ta.. i>4CmrpMtni ..

. s irrar pT mans
. ............ and It'wi pAr. eU
II the tarp MMwdewee pr.-nt a_
Iite WtlftW'1. CIvbh'. aq. cave .
lit lnr r.l* *4 t*.t k. U the ret
*..... Itrv..Mfcni U-c Ian aylcsd(

... .....+MaIlriivmad the ssurnul tiun Cm : :: :

Tt .iasbuen hftlr e.t'clog[
.' L&. id'tar: theuntHHtrd stu1Ptr

.t --....... S .v1tt.'I Enhance the appearance ot your
.,h Vaw u.-tt........ tlaank Imi ,.. ..or Spring outfit' with our sparkling
it....hrr f*: .YPNt deioled HELEN GARTSIDCHINCK costume jewelry. Your choice of
t, at.Mah.e".,....... waN"h twssldd (abort: 60. of Spring. DIM. earrings. bracelets etc.
-.J tee lien ..........bW to fieU. I1L. has been named iteu-ijaecf by Coro and Tri.'an .
, .. I Elgin BuloTa
It" HIV rMi lf Hi at. pra-f i a11v -Amtricsn Mother ef the Year" Hamilton '
' e..Irtyem1.r st..tI" trfIn last Jtky toq by the American Motrifi Com- From 8120. WiUnauer'You.Are Longines -
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IKVlt Ma/w rtxninuntrH _It I.. ei the Gclden P.ala

h H **r .e..avpliar .nta d.rln Fouadatioo. ... InrilrA to Ute Our Lay-AlTay Plan With Authorized
...... pact ,..v ta two Tktdsut rUu, ---- - -- -- A Dignified Budget Account Dealer'sPOLLOCK'S unrcII'PP j
or Open
,...... avid vur* ...... h*.aHh and lire state contention May 12 ti i
w.t..... |Mblir .((..!... lfUUH 15. Mr *G:boa head. the newly \ I
.. .......H..(vl rv4s ........u.. with all oU.rr civicnnu ..All rr'embrrs of the club wen QUfltiTy I
kc be prevent and wearini
sr/tl it.d liw tw' t.,t. nod intthe \\\\llIlttt/ .,
their hostrt* bajg* to in\crUm.tWiUog !
t1.sdren s olo ...e .l f'J. JEWELERS .
lady Elk' to the city
..,..., M user stile fedetatk'n.Iw '
..ben the Curthrwnunc Elk* convention i .
bet gloat report M pro I
take here this
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I..n.. r.e.rutsted too p......-Uf'. wrrVrnd. The BPWiU ("ntu. t.
tain at formal tea to be. givenat
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.. .. .iMl La Concha HoleX Sunday .O."E OF KEY WESTS OLDEST JEWELERS".
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fcfu-rnuon froin 3 to 5 p. m.Iieirrohments .
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:i 4es, .d r 'vets eftea M one Jay Over 1 '::"$ \ 5
.."\ '" 1.000 mdniOuats have been restored to S . : \q S
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delicate print Into a 4
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truly remarkable You wonderful twirl of t .

won't believe it until you too S. tucks . lives it the y a a'
.t j h', ono motor that does whatyou
t'- always thought it would merest middle with a

take two motors to do.It carries dark ribbon molding. /1 sIn

you over the water ot speeds
1 that toke your breath away Mystic Sheer rayon.

and tf IhrotBtt down to perfect,
I crawling mile-on-howr trolling.bslhiww A

t .. flood-proof spuner-proof f, : t C 1f
CC . instant startag. Its spor Z1 '
Wino perfomanc secret lies in '
a ravoMtonory new principle :
. 'jip1. ABELDNER'S
: S popper Vol ,

: MARTIN gives you every
0Mng you would ordmarity a:-
: pect in on outboard motor
I piss mony Highly-important

eI .ackaiv* feoKir.

ihompsonnterprises f ( \

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LTU 528 Duval street. Opposite Strand Theater

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CLASSIFIED ADSInformation M4 ]I JIlt(
.. For Blacked Eye , (Know America) 1 I.......r _JUr..1 .... o
Dtckson. Presbyterian ........ Mr Coo"'C
his I a 1688-Jonathan ...., .N 7 brothr, a Cre
OKLAHOMA CTTYr-Whcn clergyman first pIi I .
for the =Advertisers ,. yeses officer*, born itufC
wife refused to to a cowboy dent of the Cope of few **- .
go r e... 0*'o Jkt J aae
'ATIrOK MFGrUAK mm* PATIYI% T movie with him Tom Horton. 26, :'! sey (today's Prtacrto n>. j I....
BU&CKFACKdTertI rrrs advertlse- 177/
Payment for elassifletl j Mass. Died Oct 7.
hauled off and her a black j I Hatfield 1 _-JtElt S
n nt i* Invariably in advance but gave i ..... sa
.* nirnt uDder this brad regular'a4vertier with ledger I 1729-Michael rMlrg r
j .... aflruikua tat 'PCteta-
wifl be inserted In TIle Citittn at may hare their ad,ertl'*- eye. :1! delphia merchant first Ttewrsr !
.' tberate .4 r a word for each Jnertton. meD ebarred.PCBLICATIOV. I In police court he was fined'! the United State (1m-I....., .M/.r -. bent at A"-'s. g
but the minimum charge for DEADLIER : lof N- 21. I tiylPatti
$26 and costs. i .a-e.
the first 1* wvrd* or leO Is ,Jfte. To Inrurepublication, COpy trust l who gave away a law** p..this di ;.asi
The rate for fclarkfa tie is :e a be'to ,The Citizen office before II i own ferttoe t.. ells t
word and the minimum charge for [ y. r CHoCfnw-;;
clock: in the morning of the day FOR SALE tlsI.
the. first 15 word is fi e. publication... Revolutionary Army ia *s .
I' .I bom in PruJadelphw. Dtal a.tapt. lettih-Mu' Coq o"I. .-.t
Man's bicycle: good balloon tires .29, 1804. Irked M ltlslopant ,... .
All advertUin tv accepted under the fwllowloc condition: In th* and in good condition.: Very {j 1792-Unah .P. L* T. e.. 1I.1-, ..... .. ----
event of .-rr..r Ia .advertiKinic, trannient. vr contract, The Citizen mill lresponsible >. cheap 1900 Staples avenue.apr232tx I Jewish officer ta War of ...... ei to newt .
only f the boy. a
r first insertion
in Ul 4 > .
(1a 4 ver UI** nd In '
lti.a>lar 4........i.. for .nly the actual amount of pace occupied by the : 181%. captain and totJJ3 *9* to I. ftMsesty_ _ItietramA
part of the advertisement where the error,o".nr,. -- -

. . . . . I . .. I . .; 0 I . Electric range and Philco radio. t

HELP WANTED--MALE FOR'RENT- both in good condition. Priced
1 for quick sale Phone 1176-XR.

:Male sales clerk. Part-time po 1"-bcdroem furnished home on apr23-2tx

sition. Retired military f large lot in good residential Hibiscus stephanotis palms cac-

sonnel preferred. Call section for period of 6 months tus, oleanders pothos rose .
Ship Service D-pU u: S. per-j I from April 15th. Johnson and trees other plants. Special:
marine i :Johnson. aprlO-tf crotons 25c up. 1004 Southard

i i St. Phone 1049-J apr23-ltx
We are distributors for Craw- 'Store;218 Simonton. 3 x60. Avail- WITH THE NEWEST
ford Overhead Sectional Garage :, able May 1st. Suitable all kinds Three-piece living room set no

Doors used in homes ser- of business. H.- Altman, Phone termites. practically new. 414
vice stations garages warehouses J i 682? . apr4-tf Louisa Street, Phone 13I2-J IN SPORT SMXKI
and all kinds of .
com- apr23-2tx

m rcial and residential buildings | Storage -space available. Red} :
We are looking for a man i I Brick Garage: for storage furniture One-story house on Greene Street (t-- V t

who,. would like to vgo into : or commercial For in- next to City Electric building.

":business for himself felling I fprmaufn.' Phone. 9 Must 'be removed.Inquire

::,and installing these' doors. Ifyou j -'Y' *4 ',.. aprl7Ui Citizen Office, Phone 51.apr22t.
are. steady i ibitious- .
'can handle ordinary tools: and Remodeled/ furnished ohe-bcd- I

want: : to be yow ti vn boss I 'houj ,"$110.00 rnonthly.x Apply.626.UtiJUleU r
? G. E. electric range; in good con-
.xvntc Crawford Door, Sales
I I Company, '918 N.*'20th. Ave..:]I . ', Street. apr22-3tx, dition. Guaranteed for 90 da-s. : $11191f
Phone 685-W or call 214 Du-
I Hollywood, Florida. P. O. Box '
Four-room and bath--apartment, val St. apr23-3tx
2790:. ; l
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1 : I complete furnished for one .
I : .couple,' no children. Reasonable Priced for ouick sale: 14' steel
Bartender "Wlntcd. for ouj-of- ; summer rent or year around } speed boat, nice little fishing
i tuwn. Must be., single 'and'. .lease. 97500 pee month until I boat. Also all-steel undcrslung

sober. $30 per week. plus room'j I .Dec'-lior $tOO pr mo.'byjear-1} trailer with Ford V-8 wheels. I f

I and board. Six-day wcek.'An- } 1y lease *Combination !shower!I Tows any speed you drive easy. Ii i a '/

i seer, giving last two employers I I and bathtub all-electric kitch- With 8' x 13 tarpaulin cover.Ii

I as references. Write Box WAT i en. ,.Cool porch 'overlooking AH good as new. Can see out- '

care Citizen.apr236tx I lovely garden. 410 Caroline St. fit at No.8. Simonton Court. i GENU-INE NATURAL COLOR COCA- MW OtA- 80TnB IW n.He.IG U LIMTS OMd"- t f

HELP _Phetie 419;-., '; '. .,apr2i-6U apr23-3tx BOY. WHAT A COMBINATION

f >ttijuarr-APARTMENTS The notion's newnt. shonpest ...nedi.n 1ft ...,.e..s4. Ywrtp
I t White outside paint white enamel ".. .. ,.. ..
Experienced waitresses:- I fellows will ogre the design H ttm K. .. . l" i s .
.Apply,' > $2.75 gal Doherty & Co.. Jock and no mistake Mod vt Inmoai .. .... .
{Manager, La Concha HoteL t- apartnig n C S- rodtasandibath. 846 Olivia corner Packer. Call Sturdy fabriC thot's Sonfomed *. it .newt tlarbth .... I%. logy

.j apr21-3t . Maid'and janitor 15D7. aprlO-tf I woven for strength and wnooiunbearabte +ww.. end ...... We ....... -
I service linens nil utilities tnoitivig if for ror oral w.ra.btsM oJ.t C..eiad.........
POSITION WANTED : furnished' Summer rates., Cor- I t Prep tailoring with 2-. y eollw: rSM <*. b* w.w wMww teat w
market. excel-
I 'al Hotel Apartments opposite Grocery and meat I closed square cut in or out bottom ..T-WT.. aittM. sst.datt, ...... M tiff
I Office. lent location good business. I points of strain so you really con Wt na .i.M *tv w. ...., by SEMS,
Yqung lady wants baby-sitting 1. ;, aprl6-10t Stock and fixtures. All reasonable i .State size 8. 10. 12. 14. 16 18 SH <*.*. 9* job. Monday. Thursday andJ Living quarters if desired 43 L 3300-Blue 43 L 3301 -Ten 4ll 3302 -,....
Saturday c\emngs. References.i][t New effruency apartments adults i Other interest forces c.c.-c.a. ... its .......ietietlc.u.. ... ........,,
i Phone 437-J apr23-2tx{ only no*pets. $8000' per. month. sale. 1101 Simonton Street. I ylaKIa 4istib the.. .0ICt..... c..c.a....pL..ya. tI
I Phone 215. apr17-tf t 4I
Phone apr20-6tx

.' WANTED I Four-room 'and" bath' aPartment. }I fad *$sc mrrs1 ( Seats
National cash register. 25 barstools EAnl.UU
G interested in.4 to lo. furnished for '1'IM. .
completely one electric fan electric beer ; ..,.4'"y'.Gt4 J w
acres'.waterfront on Keys between couple, no chfldrco. Reasonable
I two counters. White Inn
Key West and Marattt"! a.' summer rent around case i
\ pr tear .
Bar 1018 Division Street. Corner
=, Must be h rgain: "I writ jfrf Jeas?": :.Combination'shower and aprl9-6tx anti Healing Slrt-rl 1'h.s7 I

_ taxes and balance to o-wrist bathtub,' all-electric kitchen. -- -- 1
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f . _- details and 'price in 1'ft, letter.* } ) Carblme St;. Phone The Beachcomber !{

I I am not a real estate man, but] .192-{. n ,' .; apr21-4tx I I

.. am interested in building,'a (I .
little home. Write Box BRB :
t l co' ,Key West Citizen.: !( Large-t two-bedruom furnished apartmt.'nt.1

apr3412tFOR i tric beautifully kitchen. modern HELLO, BILL!!!

j large porch private garden. I
I j Near.Bayview Park. $120.00per

month. Phone 1 I 85-R.
1937 tudor Chevrolet sedan.
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Needs work but is reliable} SHADOW-BOX DIAL

transportation. $200 cash Ph J i FOR.RENT- HOUSE TRAILERS : with ...... wr. r.wi.R
1522-M. apr 2-3tx! :
j I First major improvement in radio de r
I HQtd ,trailer.. practically new. sign in 15 ears! Engineered to bee
WANTED TO BUY No ;r iftlren. Cwddmg, Gulf o clearly from all angles . tuned

Stream-;Trailer Tark. swiftly and accurately. i F +

PHONE 439. apr21-3t I I .' .. apr21-3tx I I


I':Naval officer, w ife, one child dc !
Wanted-Cuick. Cadillac or OWs-.! sire bedroom furnished
I :twp- :
mobile. conxertible Must be in house.'' Phone 790 Extension I :
Call 1150 J.
excellent condition. i j 320. apr21-3tx ;
', Unfurnished three-bedroom modern .
house by permanent residents .
See me at the Custom GIVES YOU THESE

in good condition. Phone house or Phone 1562-W. Wt j
56<;-M. 803 South St. Apt. 3. must move by May 1st from : NEW FEATURES

apr232txFOR Poinciana. Floyd R Sopcr I IN RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS
deputy .collector of customs. .
monwedfnto9pr30xThreeroom The really new sets are here! -

30-ft. cabin cruiser ChrjslcrPucr 1 apartment Young ':proponioned for decorative harmony

toilet live well, fish Navy couple no children. Ph in today's home . beautiful with a radio -

box Will consider late model 1424-M. apr3-6tx i end record tone that will amaze and

car in track 12-B. Navy Low delight you! Come in and look at the f

Cot-t' Housing Project after 3p FOR SALE I II difference . lute[ to it. . today!
.in. apr9-5tx
J. C. Hisgtns' bolt-action 12 ga : -. r -

LoU near South Beach for late repeating hotgun. $22.00. Call d

model car. 512 Simonton.apr176txMISCELLANEOUS I 824-R. apr23-ltx p

Double corner lot 100 x 100. In- '

i side lot 52 x 100. Near Casa '
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:watlt $
Marina. Washington and Wil- a

Washers, irons vacuums and liam. Phone 123-W :
fans repaired. CTBnant. Phone apr23-2tx ____ SfroJbo-Son/c
1164-M. aprl-tf
6' refrigerator $65.00. large Magic TONE SYSTEM

For guaranteed plumbing and re- ; Chef 6500. 30-gallon heater I THE INTIIPRETfROld THI AlllOMOt witw.wVecrr.-NvahR.e..due..
pairs. Free estimate. Call 3000. house heater 1000. in THE NEW MINSTREL Xbe Dura- ,,
r w oH John Curry. 512 Margaret St.I I use no\\. Entire lot Sl 0.00. PIKC ie dirk taaAc.a- A kaadsomc CO"I<<_ your record from amdental
I Phone 781. aprl-tf Phone 1435-J after 6 P.M. intermii >.io I rerod new fea'ures plus chatter . tumsned .
S194.95 ; are ar
apr22-2tx ; changer. chame 5174.95 t .
Drafting and designing by a I =;: .7 149.95 .eedlc-dlao&

graduate architect at reasonable Upright piano. condition good :

prices Homos store fronts; in- Leaving town must cll. S100'I BUY ONE ON TIME

tenors. Bobby Anne George Apply. 1311 Laird., Apt, A. i
Phone 156-W. apr20-llt\ apr22 2t\ tt \() INTEREST or CARRYING CIIAIUE

Curtains washed and stretched
Brand new gas heater water I
1330 Duncan Street. ipr21-3tx pump and tank. Reasonable i hey1j'est's Largest Authorized Dealer

415lz Amelia Street. ;
Dressmaking and alterations buttonholes apr22-3tx I
made. 1017 Margaret. I

Phone 13"-"" apr22-3t I Motorola auto radios to fit all cars II
I I from. $4.50 up. Completely installed BEACHCOMBER
FOR SALE Bridge Radio 650 NW

5th St. Uiami. mar24-lmo
Plumbing supplies, completestock. : I : JEWELERS IMPORTERS--

Plastic tile, paints and 18 x 20 hnavj: duty tarpaulin and 614 DUVAL STREET PHONE 532
brushes. Murra>*s Plumbing man's bi 3'dc. Priced for quick j' KEY WEST. FLORIDA

1532 NW 62nd Street Miami saleApply 800 Caroline. ; ptltalrs. -f Completely :tir .intditioned
Phone 7-3421
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S,1 BENNY'S wi WHEREWAff 'IF5' JfMS-f 10 wben '. !Ii

TROPICAL TRADER __ _______ ....... ............... _.........................:
.sT ] Motor Court .... ............ ...r....................p----------_- !
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: PHONE 1000
2 : MW)) Shnontna St. Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS .If It Is EIctrical w E SELL I T I

.Ownership. BENNY[ FERNANDEZ Management: : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children .: We Will CaD For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS p ,; Service Station :t *

art N.n. Servinq . Electrical RepairedHOME /.:. \ ,/7 .*Years' Experience la Electrical Work :5. I' : J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE S1U :; s.
I BREAKFAST.: .1 to 11 Appliances : : Francis and Dtriiion StrMt :
LUNCHEON.: 11:30 to 2 : 211 Duval Street : Marco Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop. : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :1 .:
; eDINNER.: S to 1:30 ... ............ .. ... ... . ... : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41eeee. : 822 701 SIMONTON DUVAL STREET Tour" PURE-OIL and GASOLINE DeoJeT :

S-_ 5 T/ir lira ../ Steaks f. ....... .................................. ..............._.............................
SUNDRY STORE 5 55 . ............
i t r J. Short OrdersSandwichesAJ .... '**...*.....i I....................P. ; Dry Cleaning ,. ... 5.5..5555.5555.55..5..55.55
rep 4itld All Hours : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. : : PRITCHARD : : : ; and Pressing24HOUR AUTO AND :'
fc : Try Our FrosenI : RUL'SU. SERVICE TONY 1
: Invited"
"Your 5
TROPICAL DRINKS Patronage i i ,1 : : Free Pick-Up and : BODY SHOP i
J OVn( Dtily and Sunday. : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine * : I' FUNERAL'! Delivery Service
8A.M. toMidnifihteeeeeeeeee : ;j DRY GOODS : : SUITS for MEN 60i-05 GREENE STREETAulo :!
; Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : >
.eeeeeeeeeeeI <.. : : HOMEr : : 1106 OLIVIA STREETS : : and WOMEN Painting S45 to S55 :
: Toilet Preparations and Article : ... .
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E ...................... .... .. .. .....U : Those Serve :': ": .....................I.. ............a5.....5..555.55555..5...........: |

.. MUMFORD and ROSS '1 : Who Serve Best .: .: SpecializingWomen's. .: ...........................................S
: : : BEAUTY ;
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.: Exclusive; Monroe Distributors : and SIIOPPE
County for : : 1
FURNITURE CO. .: WE NEVER WILL '... LOPEZ : Overseas Hotel 919 rieming Sb .
r : 710 DUVAL STREET i Carrier Air-Conditioning : . :
: Ambulance Service :.:" Children'sTelephone : : 'f DONALD BARBER
i : Jinrttilr Furniture : : for Domestic and Commercial Use ; 548 :!; : Funeral Service : it We Specialize In :
: lien .KIIOLDIIKMTIIU: : 133- --- PHONES ISO : : Scalp Treatments Hair Dyring :
: : .: ...Y............................................., : Never Sleeps :';; Apparel : Established 1885 ALL 'l'TPKII or MKLIC R CCMTISTELL'S ; :
Plastic Inlaid Congoleum ................................................. .......................'I.. ......................I. Licensed( l Funeral .;...Phone......175..... ......PER.'IU'... ......"".""KS..........?.
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: andAppliances : HOTPOINT Ranges : I J. A. MYERS ,: r BEAUTY NOOK a may' y

. Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : Scientific Beauty Culture '
: ; : a .24hour1Libldhlrsce ;
Washing Machines: for Immediate Delivery Licensedi : : in All BranchesThoroughly ..
; "Terms Arranged" : : : Experienced ,
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: MON. and SAT. i PAINTING. Contractor ServicePhone :
: Soft Water U:*d Exclusively: L : ;
...s.................s ...... SIMONTON........STREET: PHONE 11 ...\. : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED '. St.Former :
*e ............................. : 135 Night 696 : Phone 637 536 Fleming \/ .
............................................ ..P : Telephone 9127. 114 Duval Street.Jefierson Hotel ...a .......................... ...................
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i PRICE TOURS Key West Garden & Lawn Supply I. When You Want I FASTER, BETTER. ; ... .. ............s... i Customers.; Frances Friends and Beauty the Public SalonFrances

: P.ueugerrCeCLtatlle. : 1r : US FOR AN ESTIMATE : '. Park. Owner ,
: : : Fall PET SUPPLY Line : On Old or New noon-CALL : : 1010 GRINNELL STREET

S .. h. .., : Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line ,: J Guaranteed Work- Modern Methods :S : : Ucauly Culture in all its 1'1.,..m. 'i
CONCH SHELLS : Treatments :
I DOUGLAS TREVOR : Permanents Scalp I
: FLORIDA EAST : : Courteous Service and Delivery : I I : ; All Sizes : / Facials Shampoo -Ma&Kuiisg : \

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1829 Harris
i COAST RAILWAY I ......Avciific... ........................... :.................For...Appointment.........................
: ................................................. :..........................:............................ COCOANUTSSPONGES ...........e.................................
Kv Located Rat .
Sate: 20% 17* ; Marl\ and Top Soil : Marion CASA CAYO ... :
W DR. COBO'S OD dwellings! Ire Insurance : Landscaping, / : UUESO :\ :
mere ant 11. PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK / : BEAUTY SALON :
TOP SOIL.$6.50
bldgs.. house- : Will Port ; U.s.A.- ;
: MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS : Ship lo Any "Southernmost House in
: fLlOdllatl1TRZET bola ffectsj: Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. :.- Also Lots Cleared. andMail'Spread' Very Reasonable : S of U.s. or Canada ; : 1400 DuTal Street Telephone 1314 ; -
ftewU La sonsl i .
: Coach HotelPHONE N Hair Hoir d.
All Policies NoaAssessableStock ; Marcy S. Palacio Expert Tinting i 4..
Save 15% on : 1021 Olivia St. .Personalized Permanents 4
i : 12*< Mercantile J* L.Crusoe,A 8 E. 'Phone'674 : : 6. WEEVil: PHONE 801JEFFERSON : 401 South Street ; Corecbve Facials Cuttingre: J. ''I

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PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS DEFEAT t[Sunday's Baseball 1 Jupior Softball ];&f ai ; G ;EriiI1: : _-lli; ,o D is-!WIalifi. d; ,ol r.iI

Uow 'U'"tilt of all those who are <***_- *>ft M t*N
Service I The f ftg
Announced 'T tomorrow JVom Navy
I REMAIN Games j i In the Primary Election: to tie held en the lib.9f. .. **.* A. 9.IBiB .
SOX 5to3 TO.
BOSTON RED Stadium Here : Tomorrow[* .morning Bayview .On Leave : t'
For Park Poip ianll'School' will meet Recently t{ M
Division'St. at.130: o'clock for
UNDEFEATED IN AMERICAN LEAGUE Baseball schedule for Sundayat the second.tune this season in the 1...ei.i I. 71. nll_.' "i PRECINCT: NO. I, .salt C.
the municipal stadium with Softball Eli C* Benieeit4 Hrterltl R. W
Elementary: Junior -; :, :Album, ;
first game. at 1 p. .m.. is as follows League JU'prviSed'by Mrs. Jane The.JACKSONVILLE Navy "turned: .to"April from 3 th3 1| Adams, Major C"j I ... ..... JL .. .

Kiddle I Of PillrfnirpH, Sets'Cnl ', : Hopkins ''( bidden of the City .top on down in the interest of a I IMarule Allen Walter : I' PIb.i,. >.gr.. W
I Lake Worth Ramblers vs. Key Recreaiipo' Department. i Beccaise Charles B. W i ... A.

Down 3.0, AllowIng ,4 Homer In NinthInning West Elks. Batteries for Lake The*:second'.gne at 10:30: a. reeetitly.ffeadin who. had emergency' : leave_ ]{ Diaz Maximo -, V 1 I' '" L W

Henriquez's Worth: Clinger and Gullotte; m. ..wdl bring the Annex up for the Mediterrnnn Dungan, Dorothy Ma#, w I N.fteidat ___ W
Only Two Sinsjlo 1 ;, with,C. Albury and Joe Navarrofor against Harris} School. Under the .n dr-a?aborrd. USS I"pyte. Pvt., Dean, Samuel J. C''. Joitaln. ....aM-a. WJe.kII
the Elks. present pUn. this:fame, will not Gato. Eduardo IL;3fi',' WIG Allrrtdar c. W
''Off Hi Slanu '.''3H:, Allowed Elks To Win '! Second game will start the at Lake 4 p. count in ::1 *al e.standings but it 'uSMt First :Class. received Howard word_Fagcnholz via Navy,J l Jbert. Joh W Jigeieeiss, ...'etns W
m.,and will ie should be>6 hotty: contested: bat father Hamilton Henry C'I Js_.. Jrei1M. w
.-......................' Worth Elks and the Key West tle. Harris had woo all four .i-oml11ooica that hi a t Emma- Key '' W K-. ll.r4lrr. 1. S W
iU] at his Chicago
NEW YORK. April 21-Phifdcjphia 5-4 Game From USS All-Stars.) The out-of-towners of ,i iU games ,liD ,far and Annex "home.was seriously- The the I Knowles. Robert C Key. Vtaf 9.i Wt
Navy ,
AthMKJ) : mad it three I Medregalv will use Kelly ou the mound and has lost: tNfice"to\ Diviaion'md; Howard t Lowe. Jackson W t i Lfw. w
Fagenholz family to get i niy'I
with the locals, .
Red Sox \Gullotte receiving foiaciana.I .
.tr. home Sophia:
.t J> ,way Park yesterday by In the firt; game tne Naval j j depending upon Gabe catching Lttres. , ._- I A destroyer as soon,as headed posible for Puerto McDonald, Wilham C i I .......;) '-- .t. M. W
triumphing 5-3. Detroit hers ....... Air boys were out classed by theR.ib's pitching and Acevedo I One Cuzcn: urge. eggs give a ride! W IVQaf L M
Sr. Mwil
..-...... l bf Rico offered Fagenholz a Neely Benjamin I
half ,
of protein or
.lw, gained their third tin j Sport Shop. Jarbo issued pound and a that far. So far things looked i iI Parker Franklin B. W. UBriM,, VIi...... t. w
edging out the Chi 15 bases ball in five innings I Iibu'ribe to The Citjen.Political meat-alternate' food.! J
the year by FOLLOWING on $ pretty good The picture chan Russell, Benjamin E. W t rnfMVT* JMa.pBI afe M. W
Whit Sox :3X.In ,lie pitched. At bat Jack] ..._..... ... .., '
rata '..w........ + #. ... I cd at Puerto Rico however. Ko' Roberts, Birdie W I Park..JeM C. N
the National League. Pitts-- hit three safely and walked twice planes were scheduled to leave William F. C S PM-WW. BJMJTWOli AsM w
mound THROUGH I IBr 'I Sawyer.
burgh with Riddle on the for a perfect night. '
3-0. Announcements t for the continent for days. I Smith Charles W. C; Rebeite, A4a.E. W
Cubs t
hut out the Chicago J I Heman ez. Barber and The Marine received word that i iSecretary Singleton. Stephen C. W' Sa1M1Mr. M. W
Riddle allowed only two hits. : cock each hit two safely H1O-1 of the Navy Sullivan I! Stirrup Harry O. W i S.aynL __ W
tuth tingles. Brooklyn Dodgers I PEDRO AGUILAR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 4 19 ttJ
look the Giants into camp by a ,......A.....-.-...A.AA.A.A...... : Mira got one hitFor .. ; . ..;.. ..._. was in Puerto Rico and was Uy.l I Valdez, Jose W I 7eu sssil. ,.,..... IL W
the losers Masten .- - - - - - ing to the States. Trying ] Wt
of 6-3 despite Lockman, i iI -----------------------------r------ Wallace. Howard 1L W ... .......
core LINEUPS ANNOUNCED | double and two singles (or hitch'a' ride with the Secretary .
New York ttnt didder'* four at For Governor For County, Commissioner PRECINCT NO. 2 t PRZGflfCT 110. ti
'Lineups. for the Lake Worth perfect night. of the Navy looked like a pretty' W
hit that included a home run. COLIN ENGLISHFor 1 Filth. District Albury. V. A. i
Boston Braves found the Phils Elks and the Key West Elk \ R H E wA'rMRRISHFor. pilot proved to be the connec- ,
easy and took a one-sided 10 to softball and baseball games have I 1 Curry, James A. ; W :. QwBjM Hi WHurler
been announced. Bob's Sport Shop. -19 10 2 Governor tion. He heard of tha Leather- :
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4 More. Cincinnati Reds on an t Cooper, W. A. W J.. C.
error by Del WiJber. St. Louu J Lake Worth Ei!.s will bringa Npval Air Station 473 DAN MCCARTYFor : SuperintendentPublic neck's plight and passed; the wordto '!: Costar, John H \V j i H>il. h*.... ,Rale*\ s. w
raUner. won over the Cardinals full team with two pitchers for Hancock and Castro; ;Jaiboand :'InstructionWILLARD the Secretary.Fagenholz i Carbon ll. Juan W ; La--. Marlene VI.ylri.s
soft ball and two for baseball. Malee. Governor M. ALBURY found himself being V! AIItftt 'It'
Florence I ,
4.3.NATIONAL welcomed aboard Mr. Sullivan's LEAGUE Their baseball catcher: belongs to In the second game the Mad- W. A. SHANDSBILL i Guerro Leonard'I. II. "W. I .Stuuv i. "...... W
nilE the New York Giants and will regal boys started 'out, fast 'and I For Superintendent plane and traveling in Hoffman. Rose J. W : Mea Mill 11 L*. w
Cincinnati 4 10 1 make this trip before joining the scored three runs in the Bret:un ( Public> Instruction company of a four-star generaland J Howes Lydia P.' W : PRECINCT NO. I
.. Toronto club for further : I two congre=::;;men. !
393 sea; -
St. Luuit. j jaaICt.nslxrzer. : two walks a single and a field ViJlhngworuX > W
For State Comptroller; HORACE O'BRYANTFor Preparations were made at the }[owes, Carson T. Deuleeilt, 'II.
Peterson. Gum- soning. i. ers' choice.A M
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Haydn 0.*... J--
'I Miami Naval Air Station to receive I
Lamanno Pollet. learn 1 The lineup for Saturday's: softball them EDWIN G. FRASER
and '
put ; walk and an error gave Jtnovkles James A. "W TVcVtfMA.. IhI J. w
the Marine and hurry him
the first with the Bob'sSport Superintendentof ,
soil Wither. game their last the third,
run in from Charles'II. VI Nff. MAel B W
I Shop and the :econd; game three on his last: lap H Chicago. Arrangement I Ketchum 'I
then Curry allowed but For State Comptroller Public Instruction
on .. Ketchum. Charles H. Jr. ViMoehrke. ScvMni o..e G. W
made for
with were
n H will be the veterans of Fo:- .
hits Huffman pitched a good (Incumbent) MELV1N .. RUSSELL J. V! It VPRCCHKTT
follows ( him to board an airliner for the i Wilbert .I TttUMftfiMML TfcHVtWV
Chicago 023. ; cijn Wars is as : game, three infield hits in the
C. M. GAY home. Mclnms, A. H. W : NO. T
Lake Worth Hopkins, catcher
3 10 0 ; and .
Pittsburgh first five frames no runs. '
I For Member ScKool l Board Private Fagenholz to Chicago -: Norton Joseph L. Wi : Aliwry.Ewld W
Rush W. de and McCullough; Dennis, pitcher Boise. Ib; Carey, In the sixth a bunt by Ang ira- got '
Riddle and Salkeld. i second; McVugnt: short stop; Ryan -: put him on first. An error ,anda For State SuperintendentTOM Second DhtrictCERALp'lL in record time. i iI Papy, Joseph A. W', Pwrfe. J. W. wPi.der.

third; Martin, Williams and: wil dpitch sent him to third I I D. BAILEY ; ; :ADAMSFor ]I Pierce: Margaret: J. W Ma E. WKey
R II EIiru.kyn I Robertson in the gardens. For the ,Then Perez forced Anguira ; There is said to be an acute Perez, R. J. VI .

.) 610 1 : second game, /the same lineup, at the plate, ten :arc Griffin i For Circuit Court Judge Member School Board shortage of teaehers. Pena Manuel .Vi. We*. ..%......

New York.. 371Taykw. '' with Brady in the box I I hit one to deep right center and I (Group One). Second District I Roberts Leon H.- W April }Ut. Wit

Casey. and Edwards; Bob's Sport Shop will have I I three runs crossed the plate. j'j'I WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN "MY GUEST OF KEY WEST"Chorus Russell, Ralph B V), I. Jeln .......... UfHPfWatf ,*'
Lee. lianan McGowan. Trinkle I Castro catcher Roberts pitcher; j i In the ninth Ingraham walked ALLAN L HAMPTON Rodack Abraham \V.. AtpiiisMi.rt ill ass' for WmtieCt

and W *:IUm. Jpe Mira at fit t:; ; C. Albury at i iI i Anguira .fannctl anu then Hen- : For Circuit Court Judge : Sawyer. Cornel C.: W. "usty. Fe'ns'' ., du h cur
I second; Jack Villareal at third: I nquez came up and slammed: For Member'School Board We know that you arc the best., Spelock. Joseph VI. ttfv that the .e.--e> awl >*rr...a..
R H EDo Santana at short; Barber, Walker, i hone to deep left center for I' Group 7 (Monroe County) FourthDistrict: We'll tell the rest, Stowers James R. VI lest rontaHM tW IMIMM ofH' wh.'

ion 10 12 1 Hancock; in the gardens. !! homer: winning the game'fors the. IncumbentAQUILINO JULIO CABANAS, JR. Down-in You're Old-Key-West Saunders. Essie Alice VI, :on.m.+iM4WM I. %'<4<- ui U.<
HiUadHphia 411 3 I I'Elks. LOPEZ, JR. welcome as the Flower; Saunders Stanley VI. C'8IMRc ii'maty' Btrtn*>. t. hron

Barrett. Shoun and Mia i; Sim- Baseball at the Stadium Sun- i Henriquez hit two safely and For Member,School BoardFourth in May. I Saunders. J. N.' V) held the 4.*i and JMh Pays> (>t
HeuMer, Porto Gr'raick. as' follows Lake For State Attorney Sorry when you say, "Gee! I hateto Storms. John G W)
moM day will be Griffen's homer led th! Elks' at- District: M.y. A. D. .....
Uirtnell and Seminick. Worth will bat this way: Kelly, : tack. For the Madregal boys, GLENN C. MINCER go away.You11 Thompson, Paul, Sr. W JOHN ENGLAND
I If: Martin, cf; Williams, rf; Boise Putman hit two and Donly twoto TU-election I5ADORE, "WE1NTRAUB find a Peach-right on Thompson, Addre W? Supervisor at" Regutratwnfir
AMERICAN LEAGUER Ib; Hopkins 3b; McVoight, ss; lead the Navy attack. the Beach. Warren. Leo H. W Manree Count v" FHrfcU
II E Wineman, 2b; Gillotte, catcher; i! Score For State Attorney For Clerk' of Criminal'Couri Down in our Southern Clime. I PRECINCT NO. 3 Approved V the Hoard
Philadelphia .. 592 Cling, one of Palm Beach's i R H'E I I C. SAM B.: CURRY Just you put jour. Antlers : Betancourt, Herbert E. W Jl Jiln.ll"l :
Boston _. .,4.:\ 8 1 prides, in the box. ; U.s.s.Madregal : ,__ ... ,4 C 2. WEBSTER G. WALLACEFor i i away- I Cruz. AIiC2: V FRANK BBTTLSY.Chaunwn.
Co>em n. Sivage and Ro.iar.F..ri Bob's Sport Shop will bat some- Elks Club .. 5C' 2 1 1I I i'For Clerk) of Criminal) Court You won't need them-Bathing Cruz, Joseph A. WDementt .
,' Parncll and'Tcbuett*. like this Baker, rf Santana State Representative- To-dAY. ,
thing : ; 'urn \
One out when winning William '
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ss; A. Aceve o, Ib; Rober scored .:7 *. For Re-nomination :,i f '., We *SO\v that Shell be your Onllon. Lconanl B.. .: '

nIlE c; M. Hernandez, 3b; Jack Vil- ; Huffman and James; O:.'.Curry I BERNIE C. PAPY I i? For Supervisor of Guest I LeBel, Louis Edward W NOTICE
Iktroit. 3 C 1Chicago. L:real l 2b; Domenech If; G. Barbet and Henrique/ We'll. do the rest-Down-in OldKeyWest. -, Roberts. Edward J. O W Tht r? will. br a fllH"-tinc u< the

.280 ef;Charles Albury and Diaz Standings Class A Lcaguat For State Representative j, Registration I IDenj Wells. Farr en" P. W Bead 01, C6MHttv Cummrwosera'
Trucks and Swift; Judson, pitchers Castro. Arango. Vinson Club- W. L. .Pet MILTON A. PARROTT JOHN' ENGLAND F. (Happvl Werkheiser I PRECINCT NO. 4 held at t>* CMHMy C wrl HM-. .
Prarsun and Weigel. and J. Garcia in reserve with Bob's Sport Shop 2 0 1.000 I Tavernier. Fla. Almyda. Eliza W at 16:60 o'CfeHt A. M., Saturday
(Mickey) For: Juvenile Court
Charles Well manager Vets of Foreign, Wars 1 0 1.000 I Judye Albury, Kaiberme} Pease W April the Mtk. 'tilt. for the IMT
owlrev Stand Roy Hamlin will meet the visitors SubRon 4 0'1' .000 I II DA VIP| R: McCURDY Albury. Everett R. W puce of rwtortnc .*. naw e tha.

tf Saturday at 1 p. m. and take Naval Air Station 0 2 .000 For State RepresentativeTOM Bayl Edward J. W was wrnngfuliv Mmfccnhonks. : irons th'tien .

AMERICAN: LEAGUE them to dinner and show them O. WATKINS :_JTor Judge Juvenile Court I BROADWAY i Baylv, Adelaide E. W .
feel at
and make them
the .
Club L. 'p.fDt.INt city I FRANK .O, ROBERTS I Black*ell. Sidney A. W apr2S.l.
W home while they are in Key For Sheriff ,
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) 3:: 0 1.000 West. SOl'TBALLGAMES' 1
Pitiladlphia ;3 I 0 1.000

Wbl Clnoelani ldngton . _. . . 2 1 0 1 1.000_666 NOW A CIVILIAN all-: \ t For Sheriff I i I IRA First F. ALBURY District 610 Dtival Street I Be Sure You Know The Difference S'r.
catcher and
Ezzell the star :
New York 12 .333 around player of the Gilmore : BAYVIEW PARK 'RAFAEL H. FERRER For Reelection

St. Lwis .. 0 1 .000 baseball club and who played NIGHT PLAY) (Known as Mr.Grass and Chicho)i COMPLETEBASEBALL
Chicago 0 3 .Oat()() soft ball last year has been discharged ( For Justice of Peace
Boston 0 3 .000 and his playing and bat- For Sheriff Finl District

Club- W. 1. Pct.Tit. friends will miss him and theyall 7:30-VFW (F. Tynes and Hopkins ("Dutch") SCORES'POPULAR

Lnuis 2 1 .66'1 wish him a succc.*s in civilian: ) v*. SubRon 4 (Porter For Justice of Peace 1 JOJN JOIN
Philadelphia 2 1 .667 life and we expect to see him and Temple) For Sheriff '
Brooklyn 2 I .667 in a big league uniform before I 9:00-Adams Dairy (Gnffen EVERETT R. RIVAS Second District BRANDS cf: 4ii
Pittsburgh 2 2 .500 long. I and Sands). vs. K&ntor's MYRTLAND'GATES
Cigars and Cold I HANDS HANDS
Clnciomati 2 2 .Sun I Men's Shop (Sweeting and For Sheriff
SOFTBALL Fleitas). For Justice of Peace
New York 1 2' .333 JUNIOR i"
Chicago ___ -- I 2 ..33313iston SCHEDULE : TOMORROW NIGHT BERLIN A. SAWYER Second District Soft Drinks ,

I 2 .333. BAYVIEW PARK : 730-Lake Worth ElksDen( For Re-electi: ROY. HAMLINFor : i ;1 WITH I--! WITH

nis and Hopkins) vs. Key Sheriff
The City of Deland has purchased SATURDAY9:30 I, We.t Elks (Roberts and Castro -I For Justice of Peace i .
41 new voting machinesat : A.M. Poinciana Placevs. i- ). JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD Second District ,'
a cost of $55,350 which provides Division Street School. i 9:00-Lake: Worth Elks (Kelly SHANDS SHANDS
I 'i
one machine for each 300 I' 10:30: A.M Harris School vs. and Hopkins) vs. VFW (F. For Clerk of Circuit Court: CONTROL
voters: J A High School AnneX. i Tynes and Hopkins). EARL R. ADAMSFor (COFFEE:) ST aY SHOULD

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For Justice of Peace
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T - 7":' .t:. I SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN. p for More Itnsuness errs( Less 1'"Uli
1 1CAI For County Tax Assessor (SAM)
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\ t' County Commissioner first District I YOU DO 'T USUALLY IIKUt TALK IJKK. THIS

JOE ALLEN For''i ConstableFirst L5'
District = "Growth brings problems and Florida has beta growing
For County Commissioner I I t tI = enormously.-
First DistrictJ. CARL J. INGRAHAM "We have not kept pace with these problems.

OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor For ConstableFirst I II H We have not offered the public services tbi a modern I.
District I I i,=_ progressive State like Florida demands."
1d County CommissionerFirst "Local self-government I, H "We have not built roads to handle our increased traffic nor

1\\ District HARRY, ,.-. i H. JOHNSON is the foundation of successful :, = to serve our farmers adequately.:'
W. C.SUGAR) SWEETING I II For. Constable 1 J, democracy. Consistent with myconstitutosol j I II i| "We have neglected water control and the conservation o fH
I Governor, j! "
I : our forests fish and game, among other resources.
t I For County CommissionerThird i First DistrictC. j I will do everything possible to I I = "We have not expanded our public health services to meet
DistrictCLARENCE i )FLONEY: PELLICIERFor see that local control of local H increased needs.

HIGGS affairs stays where it belongs !!! = "We have neglected the needs of our cities and towns.

I Constable I -at home" I I!=_ "We have neglected the needs of our undcrpriviiged children:

For County Commissioner First District 1 for the best interests of I II I _= and those mentally sick." .

Fifth District BENJAMIN J. PIERCE I ALL Florida vote for and <\I I "These public services we must have but they cannot W had

) I, WILLIAM G. CURRY (BfDnie) t I i'':_=_ without cost.

H "V/hat form these costs should lake is a problem for our
. For County CommissionerFifth I For Constable 'II I = best minds in all walks of life.

I District First\ District = "But just as the school problem was settled. Urn problem

HARRY L. HARRIS BERNARD H. WAITE COLIN ENGLISH p can be settled by a cfo *-ection committee of our citiH -

> ttlrephotw) seas representing labor, industry business. ete. at public -
For County Commissioner For Constable I GOVERNORAt hearings so as to afford all the chance to
| express
HANK MAJESKI (left). Roalae Pitcher! Lou Brasie (center) and Catcher I.
Buddy Rosar (right) of the Philadelphia Athletics join in celebrating their doubleheader victories Fifth District Second District: J Th. May 4lfc Democratic Primon H herself or hintselL"For

over the Boston Red Sox in opening games of the season at Boston. Bnscie. former mound ace JOE JOHNSON JOSE; ESP NOSA raid for by,lx t,*..dt.
for Savannah GL. fa the South 11&ntic'wague. held the Red Sox to four hits in the second game. i Join Hands With Shands For More Business and Less Politic

H, was hit by a Ted Williams drive aad went to a hospital after the game for X-ray examination. I For County CommissionerFifth I For' Constable' i Lever 6-B !.H Make Your Vote Count For A Bigger and Better Floridatllll!

Brassies left leg.was shattered by shrapnel in battle on the Italian front during World War IL He District Second District EE (l'.hl31! A<1 .--l>ai" f..r h\ I-rinxt >

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New Dress Blue-# , :*Kiivanis*!,. Group ''diaries; Crowd 1 j I I 'TIS TRUE, BOYS!! HERE ARE NEW HATS FOR- MEN -- W, .Uki i Co. - DE GASPERI HAPPY J"

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Naval'niforms Q.Jg; ises Here; -.." t<' \ "" ;
'' In Diiblin, EW I S .All ow H:. A t c'1' .
t Gcilloicay Pres.
The Secretary of the Navy his ,
ri. : '
> Charles CrowelL chief I
approved the changes ma-; I
recommended James: Catap Blanding
by the Uniform Board Galloway was elected cbinist's! mate USN, husband
for the Ores! Blue temporary: president of the Key of h'Gertrude H. Crowell -of -
enlisted personnel of Uniform the for West Kiwanis Club at the organization : 90-3 Poinciana pl." Key West 1S ST. AUGUSTJNE.. April 23.

The new Drc-a Blue will have Navy.hip Delmonico'resta meeting yesterday in the Fla. -'among the one thousand '." .t C : (FNS;..The Army_Camp Wrecking ;-

and slash tide pockets in the ,Other officers t. officers and'enlisted men who! I Corporation has been granted

trousers place and of the will have fly front'In elected 'were Victor temporarily Lang vice today were welcomed.(April 22)in as'Dublin.the United Eire.* j penn !.:ion to continue to conduct -
The present buttoned cuffs front. president; Isadora Weintraub. States Navy paid its first visit of .: its Tbusiness- Camp Blanding
the jumper will be replaced on treasurer. ; and H. B. Day, secre- courtesy to the shores of the near* Start_ ;, it jrf announced by .
by tary..
coat style sleeves. Irish Free State since before f' .S Brigidier General4 MdrW W.. r .
Named board "
to the of
World War II r
The recommended chances in i '' were Dr.. Allan .1 1 '' Lance. State Adjutanteneral.i
: .SKepard H is serving aboard the des- t;
the Dress Blue .
uniform The S
were .Armory. Board, immediately
approved Les Davis, trover USS Johnston which ;t .,, .. -
in advance of' the uniform Harry'MitchelL The Rev.Bronnie with Destroyer USS. William R.j . .' ''j posted Wtrespdssing':. ',

plan in order to minimize( E.. :ichols. Clifton .Reagan and Hush escorted:: the light cruiser' ""'. signs and reservad: the property i
.Ion from large inventory. Regulations Joe Sirugo.'At -e for military proposes :when the
for the wearing of the uniform .the' organization meeting USS Fresno to the Irish capital.Temperatures . state tookover; ,the trrdperty April
will be established later. about I 1 from the federal 4I
25 membe; of the new u. ,k government.
The wearing of the new uniform -: club here listened to Sid Holland s General Lance said that excepting -
must await receipt of stocks Hollywood; Kiwanis Inter- iii' :7'/\/ for the wrecking company -'
for sale through Navy Small temational lieutenant governor ; the restriction will be enforced -I I

Stores and Clothing sales activities for.Florida; Warren.Kimsey, Chicago 7:30 A.M. E.S.T. 1 1I : .. and added, that the main I t
and promulgation of the representing Kiwanis International gate on State Road 16 will be the

aforementioned uniform plan. No ) ; Guy Wachstetter,I !I IStalipn rAl' Wlr Dboto) only entrance in use. i
authority .U granted to alter president of the Hollywood Ki- ; |i KENETH HOPKINS. the Los Angeles hat design:r who usually designs 'em for women. comes

presently' prescribed varments to wanis Club; the Rev. Tom Osteen, Atlanta ---- __ 58; forth with a trio of his creations for)oen. He feds they'll give a man -zip dash. authority humor. Cecil Mardis Will.I Its n '. '.. h: .d.I,,, ,
simulate the new articles. Hollywood Methodist Church; Billings ---. _: _.. 43; or unassailable djguityLeft'to- right: Lou Groman'we<
G.rN.. Hutchinson, Hollywood Kiwanis Birmingham -______ ,63; fitting Orin Borsten with an informal sport hat beret also with,, visor and.:: Harold Chapman Open Studio HereCecil ITALIAN_ PREMIER ALCI & f'

Club sponsors for the Bismark ---------.- ________ 531, modeling a Hopkins street halo brown taffeta with pheasant feathers. .
; Demerit DE GASPERI smiles la ROOM
FirgiiiiVi Key West Club. Buffalo --F _? 43: Mardis, photographer. operating I _
;,;Kimsey will remain in the city Charleston under the name of Na and listens to national cUettea
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Stole -
NfIetl 'Vi ;.
e'' for,a'few days; to Ar;.;ist the oUictFs Chicago -_- <-tikJ 50 I* tional StUdio. will have his studio: i returns which gin aatt-Cm "

Unit ,in getting the dub organized:: Corpus Christi. 'J. if'j_'.'68 :< i.. : "... -I-L--- I J located at 700 Duval street, when munlst forces a tony lead over .,.
RcgPIJt, CD.A and schooled in Kiwanis pro- Detroit _. .__- ,4,j i >'yfj 50 : f: '.: .., .' U party How at that address va the Communists. He describes

ejdure. El Paso .--- -- _- ._-___ | ::_u__ 61 I cates. .I himself as "very eaeotaag.d. ti
Among the state officers elected _-:, Mardis'fqrmal opening will be .
".. Ft. Worth ----! _------_.. C7 t. Jf
for the cirtinl t
convention : of the rear at Service Jacksonville __ n.__..:L ._ 67 I .ass announced later. i i
Catholic League J
Daughters of America with he-cQuarters Kansas City _h_-_-'.-.h)_, h_____ 65 a Last Wednesday, Mardis was Fern Chapter J ,
,. Will Give Dance KEY WEST.y tt _j __ 73j I 1 arrested and tried before Municipal '
at Columbus Hotel II
l. 1.11i i Key West Airport __-___, .._ 73 i e yr .J l Court Judge Hilary AIbury. : jleeTOIIII!lit r
ami. April 19-20-21 Jktrs. .
were. ; People'f The "judge dismissed theLEWIS'
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;Young Service League Los Angeles .-._..' .L : 45
Virginia Demerjtt.; grand regentof f' There will be
: St. Louisville % I case. I an i ,
Court 634 Star of the Sea. Key: oft t/te./ Paul's Episcopal -----r--h- 2
Church, will stage a lean yeardance Miami _.____. __ 73 candidates for the vw eu* sfis
West, who was elected' to,the .of n. u t
I t CIVIL : at the meeting loomlit at tt 0." j+
: 7:30 o'clock in .
tonight at Minneapolis 'c ,5J
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tics of State Vice Regent.7Miss : : ..
of Fern ?l. Order d MM-
C Duffy. National th -$tl: Paul's Parish HalL Memphis .- u' ____-+. 65: (Continue*' >m Page One) Chrtrr
Grand Mary Regent of Orante. New ;A;-night of Jun is in store for New Orleans ______..i_.. n__ 611N..w tw.i Van Horn: the operators' representative Eastern Stars at the ScotlMfcIlalL HMApply -- i

Jrney. was one 'of the guest 1 1rpcoa"m allrXhose"who attend. Country YOlk .u_-____ .. 47 i t on the welfare fund ,
at the banquet held on: store night .will be held and lots Norfolk --' _-._ !. _.. 49: board ruled it illegal. :
the roof of the Columbus' Hotel i of beautiful gifts will be given Oklahoma City ___ ._ .: 64: Lewis .without explanation # To Wed i '

Monday ",",inc..April 19. at 7:30 Dv..aycat this time. Omaha -- : -. : __...:_ 62 i postponed until Monday a meet- : 1
II 'Music will be furnished by Pensacola ._-_ _:_.L . ._.....:. 71 ng of the miners'",welfare Fund An application for a .
p.m.Key Writ .delegates I to Miami i I Jimmy.. Hai-: n's orchestra. Roanoke ._.___ _-.' _ _. 47 rustees supposedly colled to get licer. e was rilolocl.>......... I
included: i Su Louis __ ._ ... .. .. 63Pan .he pension payments started the office of Comitymond J4rtyge *3 '
Mr. Virginia Demerits, Teresa i Antonio ._.'.== 1 :. _;. 62! ; R. Lord by fVank H. .
Francisco. . '. } ... The net sales of SearsRoebuck'and 19. of 1168 While sheet tt I
Martine Margaret Dion May San 50 i ... !
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Company have almost doub- Katie M. Rcfeett. .. ., NiPoinciana I
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Lecher. Rose Wickers. Orsolina Seattle : 47 1"
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Tuppino. ZoiU Lumlejr Florence Tallahassee ." .. .I..I". .. 67 , tr : led in the past two years with pLw.
: I .he 947 stores and mail i
L. Dion. Lorena Whalton and I Tampa - _--.- ,: u . 65 ........ *'' .9.;; -: company's I 1
,IY : order houses doing a combined Red Cror memberslsip
Pauline .Finder. ': 'S n' to Gonzalezes ,Washington : .43 : : -.. ,_ _ f.:_ ..... business of $1,981,535,740. it throughout the world touts lit- I
The CPA has courts in every I
'Jr. and Mrs. Edward (:;onzaI I' ( U'irrphotp reports. 000000. . .
state of the union. Cuba. Canada 'z. Mid-Lent Sunday was knownas ..
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'I' TWO MOTORISTS push their automobile through slippery snow that fell at RuiUnd Vermont. - -- -- - --
and the Philippine I island*. 532 Carolnie street announce the "Mothering Sunday" in Old
Wednesday. The unexpected ?urn in the weather contradicts the calendar which it's .
birth-of a son weighing 3 lbs_ 4 England: arid from early times it I { says spring. 51 Cash Prizes Each Month Ind 1
ozs;, .yesterday at 8:05: p. m, in was the custom for children absent -
The Weather' the: Key West Municipal Hospi- from home inervice to visit TRUMAN SPEAKS AT CUBAN LIBERATION CEREMONY .

tat-..+;. +' u ---- _ their parents on this _day. i r ae z ;4'l This State i i

FORECAST "- -- ai Top"j

Key West sod Vicinity::Mostly j Awards in Pepsi-Cola's "Treasure I

partly cloudy today', tonight and Sweepstakes and Contests Total $203,725 J
Saturday; little change in tern *'.. 'C" Se. 44

pt-ntture. Gentle to nvxlerat*I .M" ,,,, 1 1
northeast and east winds fresh at I How'd you like to win$25,000 '" s , I :
times off shore. cash Here's your chance! P" +
Florida: Partly' cloudy today, '
Pepsi-Cola's great new con-
tonight and Saturday. Not quite
tests offer more than 15,000
fit warm extreme northeast por- .
u..a today, otherwise ,little Cash Prizes-with a top

Bangs in temperature. + .. Family Sweepstakes Prize of se < l
Jacksonville Through the FlorIda I
$25,000 Cash! State and
Straits and East Gulf of Mexico .
: Moderate ebHerly winds today national cash prizes every s
increasing tonight and becoming o. g t b: month!Lois of chances to win! t

.moderate to fresh east tosoutheast i Enter this swell new series t tI
winds I
Saturday. Partly
of contests. Enter
Pepsi-Cola (
clnudy wtaihee.Jacksonville .
16 Apalachicola: : .a., a often-every entry gets a

No small craft or sUrrm warnings: t ti Treasure Certificate for the Look under the eork: -MM m

have been issued. tI Family Sweepstakes Prizes. design under every fffrt t.ff... .

Report I with hidden deigns .mtJir I

Look for "Treasure Tops" the cork. Collect .rIn. .....(.
Key West. Fla.. April.23. 1918Oblenat1. i>t ....- ,r uu. ,nloly' t
=!f Pepsi-Cola bottle tops 'em . get a romi) ele set 1L!
( taken at City Office. t PRESIDENT TRUMAN ADDRESSES a joint session of Congress in Washington Monday in ceremony .
,40 .' ". --.' ] I commemorating 50th anniversary cf the liberation j cf Cuba. Ghtw.hwld5..yr ..,.*mat>.miimni4 tf m ur__f.*
: AJI. EST) ... : Left to right front: Cuban
Temperature --." Ambassador Guillermo Belt. President Truzian ari Senator: Edward Martin. Republican of Penn GET ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR STORE 1

highest yesterday -81 :: 2 ,. sylvania. Back. left to right: House Parliamentarian Lewis Deschler, House Speaker Joseph W. Pepsi-Cola Company. Long Island City N. Y e
Lowest latft nlgbt. 13Mean' I Martin. Jr. and Senate President Arthur H. Vande erg. Franchised Bottler Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company
77 .. (AP Wirephoto via Radio from Rome) ,. of Key West /

Normal 77Predpitattoa .CELSO RAGNONI (right). president of a Rome election board. MAGIDOFF AND WIFE REACH BERLIN

.03 ins. 'holds 'a disputed ballot in the Italian capital during the vote i! TODAY IN HISTORY i J ... tlnnm mll nrnmnlmOUlmlll1J1mmUHmRIIB1BHRHlIIlIHII ,_ _La "
Total last 2 tours
Counting national election. This senate ballot was marktd.Cbristiari. ) \
$in the THURSDAY. APRIL 22. 1948 t tI
Total this month 6.76 Ins. tu .
elsewhere. Thus.
Democrat.but was smuggled
Excess this month $.77 ins. I (Know America) .
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'..ttwt dispute. It ws awarded to the Christian Democrats. Otheribeard I
Total l 9.84 j
UVS.VCM- 1793-H i s tor i c President
ywi, 4.12 ins. members are seated. Armed guards stand in background.It !t Washington's proclamation ofI f .., s
'was here that Premier Alcide de Gaspari voted. .
lUUUva Humidity I lido
", American neutrality in the war t
at 1:10+ AJ4. I ."' between England and France. j i y# J ..u.It. .

1.'. OPPOSING LEADERS VOTE IN ITALY I 1855-Chicago put under mar- .

aanIDI'" ... tial law because of rioting due to-
.lies Level) fettU/ *. .1 ,,"".! I attempt to enforce prohibitionthere. : z
30.06 tnv-l ia.e .mbs. "
; 1 Y $w
T>iMri* V., Almanac tr' 1886-President Cleveland proposes *
SMz'* 4... : S:37 a.m. L1s a board to settle labor dis : j
5Uaw\ f '6:53: p.m.M.ft" r putes-the first Presidential message -
., (rUB p.m. :- dealing with labor.l889Oklahoma t ,
)I........, 6:30 a.lf\ q## opens for set- S ., .

-( :' : tlement at noon-10,000 under .

TIDESTMBOTTCW !' ; tents by night. | -
1904-The French rights in the

nt-I W. 1 Panama Canal transferred to th- : z

(Ii :Lattmt Standard Time) United States. y r+
.... lAw 1915:)-Germans the first to use .
r poison gas in World! War 1.- ii
t 54 a-m. 3:30: a.m.
II!U pm -4:40: pADt Germans would have reached theI j4jj
Channel if not for two Canadian 4a
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>mOIIAL"TlDE DATA division:;; standing firm.1941Greece's .

Refrrrnc Station. : Key WestTisMcfiHttght southern )ports I .
01 pounded by Nazi planes as B.-i- :
tish flee Greece.
StatU Tide ;tldtb with.
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1942 British
Bahia HoMda 'o. I raid the enemy-held French : FOR HOME i
CbricJ&c1. -_ ,r ottlom' 0.0 It. coast. or

No Name Key 1943-The Japs: "threaten by radio w
(east end.) --i|2h zom that American
Riots On ,,. r: I tempting any to raid Tokyo flyer again at- .'.... r I!: COMMERCIAL USE :

Sandy f'cMnth"Om M would receive a "one-way ticket ; :: :c ,
Caldrt Channel s to hell." ,, ire Are Prejtareil To Furnish; / VOH With .

(north end) +Zh 10m +M ft 1944-An American force lands' tt7. ...,__ ___ "Y
.,ngL; Clear'tyre CUBES or ( /ll SIIKD: ICK: :
tAo :
on Dutch New Guinea at dawn. j tAP Wirephoto via Radio from Berlin)
(AP Wirephoto via Radio from Rome)
1946-Died-aged 73 Harlan
I ROBERT MAGIDOFF (left). American correspondent expelled
(-)_Ulnus sign: Correctlonito I TOGLIATTI (left), leader of Italy's Communist party. Fiske Stone, Chief Justice of the!
subtracted. ; from Russia on spy charges and his wife (center) arrive in Berlin : Thompson Enterprises :
be Corrections tel I aril Premier Alcide de Gasperi (right), head of the Christian 'U. S. Supreme Court. (' after flight from Moscow. With them is Ed Haaker (right). ,
(+)-plu sign: Democratparty, cast their ballots at Rome Sunday in the crucial 1947-U. S. Senate votes
Berlin correspondent for the National
be added.' $400,000,000 Greek-Turkish the-I' Broadcasting company. :
hslteur. Italian election. Unprecedented number of Italians ,voted to'.lect Magidoff. Russian-born was accused of espionage by his secretary : (ICE DIVISION) j
first of the Italian republic in the bitter PHONE HO. 8 KEY WEST.
4(tnJ-Mkwte. the parliament The Washington Monument I Mrs. Cecilia Nelson. He had been a Moscow correspondent FLA. Ii
h..4"ftl. ballot battle between Communism and Democracy. cost $1.137,710.:: 12 year:. I

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AGE EIGHT .. ._ _ THE& KEY WEST CITIZEN .. .. ._-'- ._ ._ FJtf AT, AHML.. _... IMt. i 1
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;: REX. era: many phases of, education. more Interesting -to.Ijtart; apes k. I t It** awls N .. ai i_ 1 letbew

e-I. ,MRS: WEE H MADE ;! .History, both ancient and*mo dern, ing 'in phras<$,-, and tefe setencehand .. writ. 4of

i :. :'r: Ctvie problems Sociology, the then'. handling' the 'lksa tiN1! ... laic sa sba. R.
1 I i Constitution and"-Itral. governments grammar. . ..ceder. i the D,.enrn.ex ...t. I!

1'Y Cameron Dockery i I PRESIDENT OF P.-T.A.. ; High: ,School are all courses.studied. in the I; Mr. Kidd, the teacher in the !PT.Assvattasi wrN' gtk.e tair .ss..May. fill the sal I

: 4\ Miss Eliza Gardner gave a talk Annex, for 7th grade weod work .
._A' i: M Mvrtlaml Gates. New 'Vjr'President >K- -- the J':' l! U'iiTTjiTTrrents
v on High School mathematics. asked that everyone leek 1 at .hu . .

Chapter 7)TIIC The medical man was obviously "Luta. wake the others. Tell, 'J JJ .General Mathematics 1st and Aid exhibit in the haJL Lamps. ...... were alit .. ..* all nf ..
completely inert tiring that horrified at the idea. Vince them to dress and meet in the living -, !' of Jr.Srnigh: P.-T. A. Council year Algebra, plane and solid toys and all kinds of wood work work .m Jlapk, w ...., s.
room but don't tell them why. I :: Geometry and Trigonometry are
I had been Simeon Mann- shrugged there and wait;: School l were made by the boy. Thu IS I there bjr ttw sMikusrtmrnts d.p.rt-
once "I know how you feel Doctor, Bernie. you go in Pareiil-Tcachers" Wednesday all offered for pupils wishing toI
.Icy lay ... the polar bear rue in but I'm afraid we have no alter- for them. Now let's all go into the J % J 1 I carry out. a complete line of a new project at the school and .
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UM game room. The flamboyant native. balLAfter Orgaiiizalioii Regular meeting the Monroe Math., Two years are required for s - - 0 - - - . / - - - -

t t I purple gnade the pattern blood, stain of his almost pajamas un- do.- "Of The course words that's reluctance.rhis left what Palmer's we must lips him.form still on the ushering shielding floor he them Julia turned ahead from to the the.of t' Ji..Sr.lIih. ;: _- School P=uents- j County Teachers Council was held of 'Parents Wednesday and all Mr.students."I Martin told of the various': Eastern Auto & Home lie. :
with obvious Teachers j Saprtf
cRftrernablc but his pale eyes werei Hawaiian again. "No one is to go Association at a meet- subjects pertaining; to Science
i wide staring at UM ceiling will be a dreadful. shock to Sophie. ; afternoon at the Poinciana school,
f I open and Julia."> r- ** ::/t '. into that room until the police, |jog last night in the high school that are offered. General Science ,
'I I .. mild bewilderment., "Did I heanny:. ken in arrive and"take over understand'that auditorium elected Mrs. Rex The pupils of the school presented is required for all boys and Home Formerly Paa-Americaa the Caeapaay
Dr. Palmer's thin" restless1 fingers vain?" '- '} */.'' : Luki? Weech President I a skit "Who Am I'" Economics for all girls. Then 1101-1103 Division Street 11'. ..... I1.
i inertly confirmed what Vince They. all,tuned Julia.,was sil As soon as Vince had dressed: ; Myrtland they have Chemistry and
i I already' knew. "He's dead -" houetted the door leading from' and joined Julia in the roadster. rates Vice: president; Mrs. Den | Mrs. Robert Dopp called the Physics. These Biology subjects arc all .
I stabbed, about four hours ago. dressed m- a seer-! she slipped it into gear and they meeting to order. There were .
the ; .
I Chapman. Secretary; Miss needed to enter College for students -
t Palmer said slowly. sucker playsuit she looked not began the long ascent to the representatives from all of the
j Vine reached for a cigarette more than fifteen. A sudden feeling main road. Mary Trevor, treasurer and Mrs. local schools. who want to specialize fWIZA'lAnh'moill -:
When did you find him !.ukiY- of protectiveness seized Vince. "Here we are." Julia stopped: Grace Hilton.. Historian. 1! Mrs. Vone and Mr. Carey, ,in certain fields*of work. :- ISER (
I .1 did not find him sir. Bernie He went toward her. precipitously throwing them both Mrs. Myrtland Cates and Miss spoke on the possibilities of a Mrs. Ralph :Mitner'spoke for
did." The Hawaiian pointed to a "Don't come in Julie. amused. forward. They plunged into the Williams' gave an outline on the .summer school in Key West. A the Spanish Department Two ) { ,\.fJ..Mu. :
roreer of the room where a She was startled then small country store. startling the .
for Spanish
?" coming Spring Festival. to be committee was appointed to investigate years are required -
frightened' overall clad youth "What is this.-a stag party proprietor woo was haggling overa
shrank from their stares. lie knew then that she hadn't basket of eggs with an old lady held at Bayview Park. April 30,| the matter further. before you can get credits. Spoken Pay Only the IN
Vlce; eyed him casually guessIng seen her uncle's sprawling shape; When she saw Julia's bare legs: at 7:30: p. m. This promises toec Poinciana school parents :scrv- Spanish is stressed in the Regular 'fltillg-Ill .
( that he was about seventeen he took her shoulders firmly her eyebrows rose at least an. a gala' affair. A King and 1 ed a delightful buffet supper class room now. Iiv years past Established Price alt fll uCoutc
and a farm hand fudging from his turning her away from the room. inch. Vince headed for the phone. 1 Queen and their Court, the High following the meeting. ,. they concentrated on Spanish .
i IO"'H.OOWbo are your Tell us looks" Mr. an Mannley accident is dead.of some It- "I want to get the police" !he ,, School Band and a number. of grammar first but DOW it is found : In ami! Srr Tkvsr t.....-
said into the mouth_ '
bout It. May Pole Dances .
J rL" ' by both bays was needed by the pupils for1 's
'.The boy's s vole was truculent. Her tanned hands clamped over piece. nd girls of allclasses of the Jr. graduation. Lis-1 -- .
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resentful. Tin Bcnue Oland. The conversation at the .
her mouth. "Oh no. Vince. no! ind !Sr.: Highs, will take part .| Mrs. Stark stressed the vital BRAND COFFEE: AlaIlNil
I died. ' STRONG ARM 9 AlflO 1'\ln'S a.ul ; : .
It was evident he wouldn't betooprrative His fingers tightened until he He-could feel the silence. Julia .. Mrs..Grace! Hilton's: 9B 1 and 2 need for four years ef English in .
i out.and The Lukl Olandj volunteered have a realized he must be 'e hurting be so her.bad tense and still with shock and the: class won the half day holidayor (order to meet the required points. TRIUMPH . hay ion T1KHS: and t'UES' IUM* KVI'I KHt>i .
1 to help Don it tDOft
I farm, sir Bcrnie and his father . I'll worry look out for you, he other two dumb with curiosity: .' | the1 ;highest: percentage. of for graduation. Literature, gramIj.mar !! COFFEE RADIOS Cahinrl: awl IVMr! i.h4'
tale'rare of the lawn and flowers wanted to say. but instead he He tried to speak softly. to wrap": :parents: attending., : Jt letter writing and all of thee :I! MILL ,
.t Kalanrt and Bernie comes every gave her a determined shake some thin coalingof, privacy P George E._ Spencer won the ; cntials to help in the business '1 O Al'KX. . \Va..lirr,. and I \'IN'tHffH ( .
j morning to clean out the fireplaces "We're going to need your help. around the words he was going to; door prize." *. world whether, the pupil goes ont I! ttI
and lay fresh wood inIbrm. wide, have to say but he knew it was, 9 ELECTRIC; Fart KITCJIIUN: W'a.e. :
Her eyes were uncomprehending hopeless. Though the connection, / t: Schweitzer, Science t aeher.I to higher education or not. i 1 All Grocers % nits
"What can I do he had heard introduced'.the heads of the,van- tt Mrs. Charles'Thompson spoktf: : . . . . .
Into the first" "We'U have to notify the authorities was poor already | .-a . . UUUU . . . . . .
I I big room
come first Where is thephone the surreptitious lifting of re-* pus departments of the.sehool for the Social Science Depart* -
a- *IWrnte:.' .. suddenly fresh wood found then his tongue I come ?" ceivers that indicated a party,line:' and they taut an oujlinc fit their i! meat Four years are also required -

'In* here lay and see him. lie nodded "There isn't one." lable He had slowly, to ennunciate and'loudly each.. .: syl. :subjcctsanrj.showed' where eachc .' in this subject and it cove *'.or.lhni.1I1IIs You Know * Fur the UI'tHtd-l Y.*.. KH..W *
at the body. -When I call him he "Whatr! .The idea of a-big estate -, ; ..........
dart answer so I IlFo around to the not having a .phone was in-' 'This is '.CommanderVince.- .
kitchen. I near noises up above credible. Bonnay . I-am a cueat atthe
an' I think its Lan the Chinee. "There Isn't one." Julia repealed Mannley estate on Hood 'CanalI THREE, HOTELS E MIAMI at POPULAR PRICES .< .: >
put it turns out to be LuJ ." His There's no demand for a'' wish to report a death there,. .
rwlee rose and fell an the undulating wire among the summer residents "A what?" a thii voice said disinterestedly rl y. --.1 -
rhythm Scandinavian. around her and Uncle didn't want at the other end. { Located in the Heart o/ the City
"..r. Mannlrv. was not expecting the expense of putting in a private "A death. DEA.TH.Vince- : RATES I?A A lifC WRITE or WIRE
Mr. and Mrs. Donovan sit" wire. A roadside store four repeated. REASONABLE : ,' llUUlllo l for RESERVATIONS nirzj1 +w r
explained the Hawaiian. "so hefol" miles away is the nearest one." Tha{ soth unknown voice. ff
them. my room and I took asked. 'Who?" with BATH and TELEPHONE -
Kim's-he to the cook. VINCE leaned inside the door The owner-Simeon Mannley. .' 'za
The Donovan scam.: Vince at Dr. Palmer. The The other voice brightened considerably I Ford: '. Miller 4 -
pnndrrrd What part was that medical man seemed to be in a "Very .interesting. But ," erS Illltr
strange: little couple playing in blue funk: his eyes wandered I think you want to contact a t! a
( all .1 this He turned to Dr. vaguely around the room and his funeral parlor Why did.' Ifuld Hold) Hotel ::
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; Talnter who was nervously fingering fingers had again resumed their the police 60 ilL 3rd' St. 22S NX. 1st Ave. 229 NE. 1st Ave.
"Because.<< Vince said glad l1e'couldn't
his mount ache. "I suppose peculiar pill-rolling motion that 8J( Rooms 100 Homos
we'd better call the police: unB Vince had observed the night J:>e- see Julia's eyes "It looks Elevator BO Ra ins
-* .trly." fore The naval officer squared like murder Elevator S Ir
!I I The poorerT.UKF.LKS his shoulders. .. .
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(Continued F rum "use One) : - -

I Miking facilities to thorn from I Wed i Saturday : At 10-30 AM Today *
April 21 through April 27.
" Thla. mrn that no charge Miss Florence Saunders, : Charles T. Vardy, Colorado P'gRLMAN.sINCORPORATED:

will hr mike. to Elks who parkIHir daughter of Mrs. Juliette Anderson : City, Texas and Eileen Mar are >a. io
., tai anywhere j' "/....... said) Chief Konip\ today : wed to Chailcs E. Sands Jr., were married this morning at *
J. D. McArxlrcws." chairman of ton of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.- 10:30 by Notary Public William TI1E STOKED OK QUALITY")
I Ui. .HoMfeinc division of t the Rt-n- I StINk of 1011 Eaton street in the V. Albury in the attorney's office, -'The Largest Exeluav 'LADIES', MISSES' andCrffiDREN'S
nil. committee handling St. Paul's Church I
I arrange Episcopal on Whitehead street. Store
1 mrnls fur thenHlv'ntJun., an- Saturda April 17th. Rev. i . . in Key WestAnJDrjginal i

r nuunrrd today that the group James MacConnell officiated i '.
i' had finished a survey of all the i The wedding took place in the t estimated: : that 39 pee centI I -
,; available rooms In Key West for presence of the immediate fam- I more homes and stores are burn;; -
the Elks and their .ladies. ilies of the bride and bridegroom. i ing oil now than before the war. 0 fI
"AH rental' guugrrs who want i.I I I i. y. ; t
eo, rhargr high ntH for their While there are over 5,000 I t [
i A
r.i.iMk have been eliminated" quack "cures" for cancer, the SOUVENIRS : I
aid MrAndrrwa. "We don't want ; American Cancer Society points l I :.sI w
any visiting Elks going back to I I out that there are only three PARTY FAVORSand Exclusive Wills Ls,, i
!. their home. cities with the complaint effective methods of treatment: BRIDGE PLAID'gingham jacket 1
that Key West people over- surgery, X-Ray and radium. lI tops a Spun Rayon I 7s
harmed' them" PRIZE ITEMS I g s '
I It was announced" today, that skirt I grounds AsMjrtcd. p skirt stclIwcV i; ,; . R How to 4 :
the members the Key WestLooter Everything in TOYS to "
ALBURY and SON in black or brown onlA >. i
Club had volunteered: Make the Kids Happy I MARIE PHILLIPSPledgedtoValue"
to .*.-wo visitors by taking them NEON SERVICEWe i "

make bums that will be assigned . iTROPICAL r ? .
t* Ihrtn on their at rival at Specialise in All PIIO ,E TRADER onginstSuv pack a Sunday punch *
the trial Elks dob. Kinds of Neon Signs 711 Duval St. Phone 1000 Oto 15, 10 to 16 everyday
.The great bulk of the visitorsate and Lighting Stripping 648-M $12.93 // t ( 1 .
nprrtvd here' tomorrow. Ex- /
lUd Ruhr lU-nlU-y said toda . in the meek
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The rotnmitt has provided 500 ALSO s.2 (:: \\-T--
rail and table LA the Elks Club
fur the visitors and their ladies Otber Beautiful .
to rsijoy the open house arrangements ..Stlm'lUt'r I -r {' r. It's simple-simply weor ef .... ... -
the lot/1. club will ) :
f t color combinations this n.ns)'.m" .

I put oaAt a meeting Mill last night I. or'lr I ... f Ensemble led Arrow Are suMl. 9.... f

I III the' members of the local Elks ,I Dresses ._ I'
final. arrangements fur the ron- { r :;: Tie and Handkerchief ome iii. s met

I ,",hun were discus, .ed. according Cool and ; 1 feel you're dressed yewr Snmsis.y Mtt [
to llrntlry, There were 200 ComfortableLooking W F s .
j lural Uks pr* rnt and all showed Here is ONE POSTWARREVOLUTIONARY :, ;: seven days a week.
an interest in the _
arrangements J l J
worked out o far and offering HOME IN :' / We have them in strnniaq pwlel.. -.... I
i nxprratinn. Ihntlry added. IMPROVEMENT for Your
COTTON : t I ; ', of blue, cream, gray od green wish.
Anyone wishing floats \
to enter Windows Porches Doors 7I
* parade Tuos .: :: some mighty neat orrongeroenH" a4 n.sesr.
day should rail George A. Warren After mure than 100,000 uista! LINENS i I I
at 17 or 4C7, lotions and 12 years of research SILK ; corded stripings in the xh...+..... M. .., *, fla.S .
and development, vt now arc
offering the new and better Including I shirts are equipped with the.. .ptrleef....

, original patented . I Sunback Arrow collar in several y e *'
Let Us You I
I' 1 1948 MODEL I S..fJj tu Shirts S 1.23; The Ties and Hondkerdf iels weTies ..

Nan Your Floors riuMAMivrLHMIMJM: : 1 IKLOCKIM: ; $ | 7.30Complete) 's ; I I I $1.51) especially designed ke.K. weHamlkertliiefs .. .'.+ .el jr

I.OUM-U.:{ Ailjii.lahlrin: 1 XMllllNVllON: 1-- I Girl; with the shirts. Get yOWl *
I I Showing; of .
.AapMI. Tile"

Rubber eOrk Tile Tile PROWLER GUARD Summer SHOES \\\ \ff lir ARROW ARAPASTEL ENSfflllfS i"I
frames and fm
Installed outside adjusted
.....tic floe Tile on screen I, -
Plastic Wall TU. the inside with windows opened or eluded I for Latlicv, Mio' ..' \ i -

eBroadiellseCapello I and r.liiMreii: f/ '// \ ; ; ;: Effective Mu 6th. We Will Close at Noon Thursday tf Leek Wee ...... SJk. fsAwer fI
Woal Rugs

Acoustic CellinqseHardvoed n..da I, (aAFYI1 mW"ailll1t..d I I \ I I z_ I fI

.rraka lee Sinks : I LARGE SHIPMENT of I 1-i t

Craters..Fleer ftaa4l Tables g sad hiij-iiiitrs: and Estimators Arc Available PHOENIX. HOSE I 1I r LEWINSKY'S ISSHOP IT
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Without Cost or Obligation to You

Antltnrizfd' Dealer S lijO $165 S 195 '\) I DUVAL 7

-KEY WEST- 526 STREET IMiunc 116 I IE

Flooring( Contractor 123 DUVAL STREET (2

IU4 VIRGINIA PHONE: ltssw fcTREET: CALL UU2 for EST1MVTES i! I" ire .the B'dul..11 Kuov -lIr llir, Kmn4 l MM KIMH It

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