The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00515
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00515
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In Ask &oiT'nmGT; N 1949 Convention .
Germany ,
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State George Marshall hasa,rived ,1 fa I
h-ra from the Bogota confer 1 PKESIDENTTALTON{ ( AIM) SECRETARY SEN.; HKCIIIA
once. Ma; :.all ..i: t/wt ;ery 4k
To good progress was made in.:,the'i e.# TO ARRIVE{ HERE( LATE THIS API'KlUNOOiH.MAYOR (
J Return Here Columbian capitaL Undisclosed
imoortan+ .*-..&.- caused .bis-.return i A. MAITLAND\ ADAMS TO UKI.IVNK
to Washington. t'
"Hello. Bill!
THOSE: NOW LIVING, ; wmmf'I. For Attorney General unrest MEXICO is said CIT to .be Considerable taking place I Y t(I That sprightly greeting wa everywhere heard today bout ttw J(#

IN MERLIN'ONE( RETORT Three CtindidtilcsLi .. in Nicaragua, where the pooulace J I I r city streets: for the members of the Florida State Elks AMM L \ 1
1! there is,said to be contemplating I i! sI were assembling here in greater numbers for their 42nd annual -. 1Tcntion.
REVEALSIIKKUN { : a revolution similar to the onethat J\ opening Monday. t
1N/ .- ,..-.Saud ....... si CdinjmigniitgKleclion 5 overthrew the< Cost Rican j I A total of 500 Elk and their ladies had registered at MM 1rMa1 '
: /.pr. 14Amrtiran J'n; ; :, j government, iI' Elks Lodge in Duval street up to 2:30 pjn today and mere erleo
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I.Vxi and woo airttiwpKlamibr7 Expensest ____
h assembling for the business meeting-and the fun--that <. m tlrae
have u krd in hetent SERIOUS REPERCUSSION for
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hark to'1TJ'rka.. Tlii.snimrw +wrim Tk lllxrntTALLAHASSEE. JERUSALEM The Jewish
that just; alriut half April 24. ( capture of the city of Haifa ,:has I rI + Among the first arrivals here were 14 memben of the ]Penawa'
UK* Air ('.. : inilirc y Ledge cf Elks and their ladies. Pensacola
rfih flyiTK fa in -Robert IL Givens candidate: | caused serious repercussions.: > ti immediately b.qas a
U frn ny h.ld4 eided. to Rive: t f6r eleventh judicial circuit Criro. the populace were puttingon I I I campaign to hare_the IMS con-,, __ ____ _. !
up| .wr was duty with their husbands I' judge; group one. reported demonstrations demanding venuon of the. Elks be held
and lat""t' aihrnad. and $1.1S1.33 campaign expenses.no M arms and shouting "Enough of 1 I there. IIEIIE FOR <.:O.E TI( N''
return to live United Stairs l IIC. .
contributions. "
weakness give us arms. 'Us all Prnsawlj!",
| exclaimed
rau> - on- member
thAt .1"m. husky of Owl lodge.;;
now .x
seventh judiciel circuit judge. SYLRIAN ARMY MOBILIZtllGERUSALEMAs 'They can't
keep us out of the
The familirs I:-:"inc to I MVCIrrm
of $&37.50.
reported expanses a result tof t 1 f way of it. They know we're
(: will br.town bark to -
"ny '
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No ccntr--u as since first "
the Jewish capture of Haifa the here before we get through.
the Males l
as quickly as planes
expense statement was made. Syrian army is reported tobe
art" ready fur the transAtlantic'trip Other early arrivals wag the
i Webster G. Wallace candidate mobilizing for an invasion tel : delegation: from. the Tallahassee ,
TJH families in Merlin will he : fer eleventh circuit Jerusalem to fight. the .Je'Q7fliarmy -: r Lodge of i;.fb>; tars came Pa-
Civrn piiurlly over thane; in ether I i state attorney, reported expenses there. hokec, then Jacksonville then
Mr tkmry : cf $853, no contribu- CULLEN H. TALTON (above), president of the Florida State Lak Worth St. Augustine andso
tions. P. GUY CREWS BLAMES ARABS Elks Association. on. it ittie
-- ,, __ _ i arrived in Key West this i Afternoon to attend
: I -=-- JERUSALEM. British Com the 42nd annual convention of the organization here this w Ekend..P. The first session of the prc-
Saijors Hiding LOCAL; (;WIND( :ITKS mander Cunningham said h.rC convention meeting of" the officials ,
Guy Crews In Race today that the Arabs were red was scheduled to be held r
) Hurl TO FILEXI'EXSt: ;S', sponsible for the Haifa fight thai : this afteroon with the arrival of
Motorcycle Candidates in the Mav 4 For Gen. led to the capture of that cit-r'by & O. .GIVES :Cullen H. Talton. president, and
election have until midnight Attorney Jews. Cunningham said that the Chclsic J. Sencrchia secretary of
Early TodayTwo Monday to file their second :" Arabs' had maltreated the Jew the Stale_ Elks Association.
expense returns with Circuit Of St tats'Of FloridaPGuy *for four days prior to the f iqhting { S.Scncrchia. !was.,scheduled to
Milwrs ... v;nil a' the U. S.'u4ttwrtne Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer. ( *%- ...i- 't, .Slf and eventual fall of the citv to U.fID A fOR meet with the local credentials

.. ll.* here were seri- Sawyer will not be.at-his' Crcw; ;. :candidate lu :the Hajana", mr:. ..... -0,- ,4 coromrllrCj consisting. o{ Robe,
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yy: ".wtd 2lt s:13'MEOritadawhen }""office'tn Monday'becauie'ofthe w i('al1\ "Saunricrs, John JJlacfcWoll,
line fmmftn' y tie the wend holiday observance, but Attorney General subject to the 154 DIE JtMFA FIGHT '. Jr. and William R. Warren Jr
rkltna.. it approached. Bahia candidates may go to his May Democratic primary. who JERUSALEM-Deaths in the CUBA SERVICE Exalted Ruler Frank Bentley
Ilund4 bridge on Ovci.ras lUfch- hom_. 1221 Pearl street. to has practiced continousiy: for ./Haifa warfare now total. 14 JeW if the Key West Loctee of Elks
way left tilt! road an-J crashed (Continued On Page Six) and general l chairman handlingthe
down the cmhnkmnt.It file their returns. the past 27 yeas was born in { I 1 I St eaut.Lip .Florida. Cuiiuol1"" arrangements: for the con- CHELSIE J. SENERCHIA I I

was rrnorted by the State I I IiCuntinurd Ir.l.ll.llllllCALLING Bonifay Florida, March 17. 1805.!;) S vention said today that everything (above), secretary of the Fiot
On Pace Eight) Crews was admitted to practicelaw Man\ Arrested SNot Dock At Only A\uilable and rm Williamson vict.'-president ; locally that could be done ida State Elks AMocUtoe: .*.
; cneral of the Perrin-i
in 102G and also has been manager ; for the entertainment of the visiting ;
d j rived in West tM .4w-
tin III IIN1111ttlllillhlllllllllUCllUllllW: IIDa. I ,Spare In hey Wet Har-:, aular and Occidental Slcdin.vhp'j :: Elks and their ladies had \ Key
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admitted to practice in the United H. Johnson j Company to a number of Key been completed. i' noon to Head MM ft4 .....I
I ALLKEY States District Court. United who hor i West persons who. were seen byJ J; 'The tnvittd convention of the ...
VOTE to RETAIN ;general; public is 9e
Harrv Johnson wa:>
States Circuit Court of Appeaand Larrested j him during a recent inspection to attend the :general meet- '
at the Bahama Bar in.1 The P. and O. Com-
WESTERS! I the Umtcle\ States Supreme. Steamship ;I trip. :: ing tom morrow night at Ba>v ew
Duval street, for havins gambling -
t' Court. pany has given up the idea of establishing 4 Accompanied by Capt. Robert'j Park when Turmer Gov. Dave 1
Acquilino My name is HARRY H. : paraphernalia in his possession -I I :: a Key Wcst-Havaiw j Lord. Williamson recently spent Sholt/ and past exalted ruler of Low Weekly Subtler R.4ti
Clews has been member of is not the Harry H Johnson I
a service this summer because its 1 three Key West
JOHNSON: I am a Candidate; 1. days in surveying the state Elks will open the con-
the Jacksonville City Council for candidate for constable in j steamship, the SS. Florida. 1 the Now in cffi for Constable. First District. is so pojiiibihty of cstabliihin! vention formally, =aid l Bentley
3 Jr.lretllt four years, and a member of the the first district. The Johnson built that it cannot use the only''' the Key West-Havana serv ice.i "Then the general public is in- Hue for iny, 1'er%,,".wrlOR
Lopez The Citizen yesterday published state legislature for eight years who was arrested is a colored f.available dock here. I j i Williamson, had infonn-n) the vited to the memorial services :-
a story about a Harry man. This is a statement from AusdatatttallgPHONE Mdrii-me Commission ;t-t t Wa;>h- ,Continued; On Page Eight) CENTRAL HOTEL il....
view of the above qualifications -
Johnson arrested at the Ba
I (Continued On Page Eight'PLASTER
Crews solicits vote
hama Bar. 517 Duval Street. your
Ill My Home'is at 1111 Southard for Attorney General, May 4th. Palace Theater I 124_- Elect FULLER WARREN _.. ...
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ARRESTED. I WAGON G'\l)" ; -at- PULL 7-0
50-- Auto Repairs, 1'ainfirM.
My heartfelt thanks to all NOTICEOur { Body and Frndw N'J
I I 411 Fleming ,, ..,. .
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my friends who anxiously called n_ _ __ __ __ A.1e r*** ( '** s.
/Itlll: II'f I me on the telephone when -- -
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lbs lltU Citiien.Respectfully yours. s I I WILL "CLOSETUESDAY ! ANCETONIGHT.. 9 O'CLOCK TILE I -FOR a= SALE- BUICK S115050 Sedanette BUYS 1941 :; i-T-: 1'UIS4",

1'iliiId/111J I ,, Served l Harry Ii.Johnson All |t. .onnrI) of I Cat I I MUSIC II7 Kurd I 'I udor EXCELLENT CONDITION (Mitilitlatr for (,,,....,....,.

% 7121h AAAGuitl by RAUL'S l Equipped With 4 New Tires.
6:00'P.JI. Icry'.t' 1910' lordC"i": | ITU.
I/if llr: .l InlrMtMttf at : RHUMBA ORCHESTRARAUL'S New Battery and Radio --- & E
This; Cunnty'lUJ. : APRIL 27TH l Hu., ISaltoiial .Guard, arc EXTRA CLEAN ORIGINAL OWNER LKVEIIWatch(: : : :_ -

For aiijirvxiimili'ly one ortlrrril to report. at llirAmior i PRICE VERY REASONABLE Low Mileage

I 15 5-A A Iced lit set ,nerd fixtures. >'. tomorrow' (Similaj MONROE MOTORS, InItior .May HP Seen uf. } /Wn M i in
1.1'\1.n": : CLUBOn -- 720() W,\DDELLEME) : :
..-.... ,'.Ii' .,4' 'is; N.. (:Uuulnlalr for COIl .lublt Sorry lo inconvenience ) ) al VS: () A..M. the Boulevard by the Airport f'r;'>IIl/ Ford rvuler PHONE 1401 I . .

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.I you.Public 1V.1'.P.IOIHfl'S 1 1Uatlcry {() : i ialplain ; MJw
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LISTEN i-f. 1e.Urcnirrgaute.' f ,"V% : -VOTE FOR- : ii

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On aebalf of l DANCE find enjoy' ibcewningMI :
Li in i led Time Only PRICE[: 129ji County Commissioner: .
Judge ROSSCWILLIAMS I ict r1 irum '): v't-t1': _

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:., 'Urn Ken West CEit nPu U. S. MILITARY PROGRAM Poison :Candy TODAY'S BIRThDAYS j ,, ,LEGALS-- v: ._, TODAY'S

. 1I.h41an1' (Know America) In .ATJl
Except Sunday byftORMAX >> Key-West I
L P. ATM"". 0.- ... ............ - Final action by Congress the $6- Sends Woman Dr. Anile R. Barnes' board!i%ELtItTH THE CILCtrrCOCT: atUlCiti. cilICTrrOP. atf: _THE ..---MIIza: ; : ; ...
ARTMAX. BnslneM MaBscer :,
.....D._ The Cltlaen BvUdlns 098. O :'OOO foreign aid program followedby chairman of the :Mayo Clinic; I> ""'THB tO FOR STATE MONROE O..FLORJD.COr!iTV.MAVDIIT .. Days Gone By ap did: ....jvret. author ..(

Comer Greene and Ann Street Rochester Minn, president of the n ,; I vrLs satIre T<.r .
\ p, Only Daily Newspaper) County. Key Weat and ten months the public address of sec- To Prison American Heart ASSOL, born in (1IAcEiT.i.s_ .:.'I1.Et3- -: . : t! PR, le.rn 7
.4- onro :
I;Jennings Co. Ind 58 : KAIt 5lLgY .. Used
State' years ago. .I
Marshall in
C. Plaintiff
of George (CRF."iSHA,
retary i crrizui: OF
second class
t.t.r4 at Key West. Florida a* GRAND RAPIDS .Mich.-j. U. S. Senator Guy Cordoq of" vs. DIVORCE J 131
MEMBER or TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS which he advocated that the United States Pleading guilty to sending a box .Oregon born in Cuero, Tex, 58 : ROhfT1L.;OS..CRETSSHA\V.:" I APRIL. 24. 133S I'-Rowrt" B Thomac ft,"-
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The Associated PreM U excluslrely entitled to of poison candy through U emails year ago. ORDER -rrsi.irTio> ton ft null.r uf the -IMd fa, Int.
to the
.*. far r.prodeI.R .C all news dispatches credited extend economic assistance friendly .: ' "'
la It or not otherwise credited In this paper and to Mrs. Magdalene.;Stebins. -John W. Hanes of New York? To Robert: Jaoa- Crenshaw. i Saturday was a day the vi ting AIIRCL'in irM. bom f.r,.,

. IM the local<< a.ws published here. nations of western Europe. Mrs. Emilie Monday 49, of West ex-undersecretary of the treasury 723 V. 13th Street. Boy Scouts Miami Troop .49 and ton. Mas*. DiH. M19.. IS*

SCaSCRIPTlO" RATES Passage of the measure. despite the Bend! rise.. was sentenced to born in Winston-Salem N- Fort Smith. Arkansas. t. : Hialeah Troop 41 here to eoadt' tSM..VKnfrt' hfftfph. V,..1"i ,

. One Tear _- 11..0 serve two years in Federal prison. c.. 56 years ago. to Tow the are BUI hereby fef Ifl" ,required.u...e,(lied against appear ''a Rally-the_ fist _fax famed (MBc-ranc* f..oOVMv .. td.

"IS r.....Mentis. Months-_ .S : --- .00 itsLee slow process of democratic govenment, is .Friends 4.of. !Mra, 'Sterns' ; to I Dr. GejorgQ >L Dorraace tot you in th.sab5sr5- ;Killed nause on wr n. i years with local scenttt. ,. ... orator.i.Mrf<*fltor. * *.,. i

,--.e Most 5-_. -- S whom she had given some of the hiladelphia n eit'sw-geon. born before 1945. otherwise the :il'd5&wlRllegations&? of Slay A.contained I soon forget, judging fh..i* 1MI till roMrrMst: > 34. to 'n in I I.yaeM -
... t.MkiJ' .Ii encouraging but the chances are that opposition ..
- - candy, .became violently ilL Bristol I. Pp, JTl therein' wtUbetik as r n7 I amount of Action tlwf"paead 1I IId. "- Jon
years J
.- have been haa the Jealous was the ; 9go4( r'5004. into! i it -. .-.
AUVKRTII" O RATES would stronger given as motive. .
S )Mad Know on Application jdhnl d. ta DeveAte?.'editorof >t.*.4rfafcU4 OHV-f/d a* Key ,Week.Fi..gida.j .J.dJJtI..tr. __..I '
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15th A.
d.se-f April.
S PBClAb MOTICK Russians not taken over Czech lova ia. SS.Cs.......SC SC........, Iron;; Age. JTew Ypfk., bornnT6Z lisj544 tjjap* aClItt&1'j5tITjW I WiUian: L.
S Alt reaitnf .oUc... cards ef thaaks. .resolution This was the straw that broke the back of & !&$*&}&; ffff *go. ( Rosa ( SlSli Saw y..r'f., .. man of the. Florida Kef A.,.. stongftpr. aidhnus* <"* ".
.f rt>pect. e4.lt.ary notices, poem.. ete, will be Radio Wendell Berge one time assistant erf 14 WBratoi .
Programs 4lcekof t'iffuit Court.lvi blind atwe aye t
S raarsred for at the rate of 10 cent a line the opposition because it highlighted the !; (.. I duct Commhisien" said to the
: *tlc.. for Dtertalament by churches from which attorney-general in charge of ; 1'1: 115pne. ,:. .1.nagworth._ Citizen.. today that a tentative IL I. DIN J u> 39, ,9I i iItM
a r.v.a_ ls le tile derived are 6 cents a line. peril that exists for democracy and free.. .S.IS5SS.S..o..S. the antitrust division born in H".r. : ).lhary, "t' ''"Opu'Y- ilerkWilIian'V. application has ben furwa,a.j -.Jofcn L S< J ._u.t i.
The CItJz.s Is forum and invites dlsrvsolrsi .
aa opca dom unless the march of the Communistsis Lincoln Nebr. 45 years ago. Atim'ney-t.5. Ititntiff' i t torturer and iti. "
ot pnblle Issue* and sabject of local or ta the Public Works Administration ; vcler w" w.1'1 i 1
....ral Interest, but it wil. | not publish anonymous halted. NETWORK PROGRAMS Prof. Warren P. Warren of the 1 aprll- .;mayl- ,"" requesting a loan for the RrookI. lU-s D- U*...
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University of Minnesota novelist ..I.-e .. III.Tiay.
It be that the vote of 167 to 62 Tune is eastern standard. f"erce". I IX THE { IIII"1 IT ( Ol-RT OP TUBtitKTII construction of a fresh water
may tri standard Pulitzer born at i STM. trtl t lOW
subtract prizewinner.
eee Sue, for I JlliMlll. IKCI IT system to Key West wMbt. w4M

S IMPROVEMENTS' FOB KEY WEST against on the part of the Republican .heurv meuntai Seme; .Ua local 4ar stations subtract ck.t."ge. 1 I Guthrie, Ky... 43 years. ago. I OK lM SUIt' ) FOR XTTK MO\ROR UF FIAIKIIL till \T1.IN ,'.. encompass 4he Fkhtid&r. K srs., am-leSe nfcowman b.reit

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN majority represents something of a per. k.... ef relay to fct louse scNeowles. I Gen. Julius C. Holmes retired HtM' KM'. They are forwarded to the Regional Guatemala Died Mutt''. I IFMIAY. ',.!
: Last minute program .
change CI'" I .. .Hr >.. il-3rn
manent shift of opinion the part of the net be included.SATURDAY. onetime assistant secretary of JXMRS R. Director: in Atlanta. I
; on imrKUKR.nalntlff. : AleLI itttt
i state. president of TACA .

: 1. More Hotels::;Apartments. hitherto isolationist-minded members of APLIL24 way. born in Pleasanton Kans., .!. IJHOItCRBKTTT Mrs. Nancy Rickard. p..t I I ......
ilOCKLER:: ,
5 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. the GOP. Nevertheless we are somewhat 59 years ago.FRIDAY.. ner..n.lant. grand matron" Order' Eaicrn I'I. 14 Wsmi. a..&. t I- .f t..
Iveaiog ORDER OP rrRLU"'TIO'TO Star of Florida: Miss Melee 'ifenwy) p...... lawn ') ...
: 3. Airports-Land and Sea. cautious in such conclusion. :00-Snm-nary .
accepting ef
a News- nb* APRIL 23. 1948 : Livingston pat matron of the April 21: I....
of and Newscast Every Day-cb Betty Alorkler. "
: 4. Consolidation County. It will be easier to undentand'the drift Network ilusie Timbe* (Know America) 411. I-Z Freret Street chapter at Homestead w *re' TW- !1 ITfl"" _JBMM Buchanan .. ..

; City Governments. Dance Time-mbsbacio.IS New Orleans' Louisiana. tors in Key West Saturday and ,er. t-::== L seflutis. as ,
9. Community Auditorium. when the House acts on legislation to extend ': -Religion In News-nt>. Gen. Lucious D. Clay U. S. You are hereby required to appear ,
: In My had a delightful time viiHaig ; ary of daIs. ISui F"g1ct4: .
Opinion-cbs to the Bill of Complaint, for: ,I
the reciprocal trade treaty programof bbis JoIUAceabc Military Governor in Germany, divorce, in the above entitled causeon I points of interest and being .. emcs..4' ... Lutrttin. '-. n t..

.. Secretary Hull. 4:30 Red->BC Barber Symphony aporti-.ab cb born in Marietta Ga., 51 years otherwise the 3rd the day allegations of May.therein 1S48, 1 tertained as guests of Mrs. G N :|,: M.m'omshd... PSDon at! 1 L.,

Marry Wismer Sport-* will taken as confensed. Goshoru. c-..., .'... Ju I. lM8II"
: The long process involved, between Dance at5:41News -mb.-tiaalc ago.Shirley Temple actress born hi':order to be published once I I ., _'aa A Duu i w.. I ..
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN the: suggestion of assistance and the and Cammentary ba in Santa Monica CaL 20 a week. (or four consecutive weeks :,
pa Jack beaU Coznmestabq10051r. years In the Key West Citizen a newpa. R. Guastavino, vtsiter tro .-.r I.UIano.a., DTITMHurat 'r

: WILL always seek the truth and print it without sage of necessary legislation, illustratesthe Ace Jane-cbs ago.Francis per published in Key Went. Florida. Fort Lauderdale had the thrill ofhi Is.... I-.. ,n 1.UKai "

: fear and without favor; never be afraid to attack ; slowness with whic.h democratic Hawaii Jlelody CaUal.1uaidamllo Incorporated_aba, H. Taylor, director of of Pone March and A.Ordered IX 194*. thla Znd day :|Ii % life Friday when liiMii* 'i __..__---A....a Bland. nOM '

wrong or to applaud right; always fight for gov- 7J>-Curtain Time the New York Metropolitan Mu lS..AI.) ROSH C Sawy.t- for tarpon. He had a strike with! | at 41., 01 tvph. .i. r. !
: ernments act. If the same idea had been Abe Burrows Drama.-abc seum, born in Philadelphia, 45 Clerk of the Circuit Court, IW1
: progress; never be the organ or mouthpiece of Song-cbs Vonro County Florida. which he fought for one how ...
rulers totalitarianstates CbaIl.aor. .1 vUk.-.0b. years-ago. Hy: Kathleen: .Nott.ge minutes before b..sdg iam.-i(Mi y,'. s u .- .
C clique, faction or class; always implemented by the of News Broadcast-mba I seven
any person.
7>. -H. Carmichael Leon O Head president of S Deputy .lerk the catch. 'I Witts C Mk*. -Mi st-i ."., ,.
S do I its utmost for the public welfare; never the process of assistance would have Twin News Comment Song-cbs nibs Railway Express, born at Milner, Solicitor PAUL EL for SsWTER.Plaintiff ; .-i.I .. Umtoranactivw : .. .itS

tolerate corruption or injustice; denounce vice been under way three-fourths of a year $.00-To The Be Life of KU y-nbe Ga., 69 years ago. apr.J-l.- -I."U. Sister John of the EsidseriM, ......... o. >..I l t ti. -

and praise virtue, commend good done by individual ago. Ross Dobs.A.Dounced-cba etect.be. Judge Paul J. McCormick of superior at the Convent of Mary : torture* r4t....us .. . ..

or organization; tolerant of others' Twenty Questions QuU-nibs Los Angeles Federal District IN THE CIRrilT COURT OP SUIt I Immaculate, and Sitter Mary : Mvrarv' MkaKtsk n ,

: . rights, views and opinions; print only news While the great republic of the western I:30-Trulll Famous or Jury Consequences Trials a be ) judge born in New York City Kl IIP.K\TUB KNTtl VT4TK JIOKI4L.OP IKTI IT Cecilius left on the arflimnim .I: stack. .... IJiNod A..1 ". it. 1_ .

: that will) elevate and not contaminate the reader; Hemisphere deliberated, in democratic Stop Me, Gag Snow-mbs 69 years ago.Nathaniel IN ANU Poll MONHOK bus yesterday for MmHM en- i: I-Idward ise ',.al .
'-00-Hit Parade. editor of IN <''' %""fRY. FLUH''I rh.-\l. ,l -
SID&tra-Bbca R. Howard ell
never compromise with principle.MONOGRAPH. fashion, the rulers of Soviet Russia" have Joan Davis Comedy-cbs 4se. ,.. 11..a.'H route to Tampa. iMpss '
Cane Busters Drama-abe' the Cleveland New*, born in Columbus BILLY L. JKtFCoAT. I .. ...,.; al 0 "I,

.- made tremendous strides on the continentof Keep Up With KfcJs mbs3 Ohio 50 years ago. Plaintiff, I Attorney Wm. H. Mahno. of 'I u.-. .. ...., t> iiI

Europe. This advance has not yet been : *-Vaughn Judy CanoTa Monroe Shewabe Show-tbs Edwin C. Hill author and radio -I IMRRIKT vs. JBFPCOXT.iMfendant..Ills uItE t Miami and Mrs. Moleme I were. I'I IM-i:. ., .. I l-.t',' -

Murder commentator born in Aurora *irlsmei.4 V05 I.v \ '
halted and Malonabe recent visitors in Key WweA, leaving
: as one can readily see by reading Name of Song Quls-mbs Ind. 64 ORDER: OP PI BUIC ATION 1- ., iMla----------.
years ago. a delightful tw M? ta
Tothe, Nations We're Helping: reports from Finland that the government. IOOO-Kay Saturday Kyser Senerade College-cbs nb. .TO SOs hARRIET Main Streetn A. JhhFCtlAT.. rtrUtives and old fricnck. 1I. .... Piiet -' D .,

.. although ready to'sign a military pact JPrpt Vtulz-abc-basie LEGALS ( .. >on.. South Carolina.Tou i I.Iaz.J ..
we'll Chicago Tbeater-mbs are hereby required to appear -
: We lend- you spend, repent. 10:30-The Grand Ole to the Bill of Complaint fur A J. Cherry, for several y"rs |' '
with Russia is Russian Opry nbo t
strenuously resisting ; ..
U a a a u u at
ORACLE. It i'sys to Be Igmorant cba divorce in the above styled cause on a dweller in Key We t. but nuw
TilE 01 HT OP SUIt I. j
IT ,
insistence that the Soviet should have Hayloft Hoedown-a be lTHK CIHCI or before the 3rd day of :May A. i.. t STRONG ARM HAND COfTtETRIUMPH
*0-News .:I.t:t I-'n., JR liii-tl.| 1111"1'Uf' 154.. otherwise the allegations making his home in DayVwaBeach
Variety t hr. ,
the right to determine when Russian soldiers N.... Variety. Dance 2 -Bbo hra.-cbs HUt HUHIIH.,' lT1 .lM I" in) KOH''''C'H'SS iiiI.. I' therein will be taken a* confessed-j was a visitor Satunfeiv !

S are to occupy military posts: in Fin- News Dane and&. M Dance. Downey-mbs Hr-abe >.. ..-: :: I a Thin week order for four in. to...be.".-published.......U"k.once.. I accompanied by Mrs. Cherry and. j I (:OFFKK :

SHOWDOWN <2:OO-Dancing ConUnued-ak'w.a' S.\I'L S. J.I.V" in The Key \...."', I'ltizen. a newspapes I I. a group of &ue>U. Mr. Cherry ;
land. \ PlaintiffOTI4K10 .PPKR l published. in the <*ilv of KeyVest | said he made the ride U mt .told I I. ULL. Swat
I Horida
: and since John L. The major part of the money that CELIA LEVY., DrIcn.lan'. }N>ne and Ordered thin 2nd day of friends and to see the new
During the war .I. I). l 4i.vAL and
April highway, was going yester
: will be spent; in the first twelve months NETWORK PROGRAMS Tot. CKLI\ I.F.\ It! c'ongr"I!* Ross. f Alf Croreraa
( Sawyer "
; union have made monkeys!' Avenue. Chelsea, ;Ma-navbiisetts are I ) day. "It is a grand ride, he sawJ
I.ewi* and hia Eastern Local:Time. Fen central Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
.. a a a aa a a a a afIOfdEfl44ZP1YOINL
will of course, be used to prime the econ- subtract one hose tor'sieuntasesubtratt hereby rf'fJuirt- t file vour appearance . MonroeCountv. Vluri.Ia.fly _
out of all of us.! Time and time again they two keurs. Some local at..on. .- in the. ab .*e divuftgartion. I : (J'fJ'' Kathleen Notfan. Yesterday afternoon the residence -
. omic pump of the free nations of western ,. change hour! .( rWey to fit ..n or ....r..r.lay; Itlb. $545.! f"eptity i'l'ii.ALTbSP.'i.Y.bRV5 ..
local schedules.' Last minutepro ...ia default will I..- culeredCirdnrei aeah*. I of the bride's parent
have crippled production in our country. Europe. Some of it will go to China, Greece gram sMsgs.-ean.a& b KMAhwtea.AHernooii '..", and at Key W*.st. I for riaimtff iiiSoliclI..r ,I It' 625 South street, MM. Fidrlma: )

S Their latest act demonstrates their com- and Turkey and be used for military as- t Florida one, this huts .3) *. f .April A.i apr.I-It-17-tUU: Hero daughter of Mr. and Mis. tRIVE 1- .j
SUMa riAP : -
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> 1J4S I : Frank hero am! Herbert Gar
-tilt-te, dUregard for the welfare of the peoJ sistance. It is reasonable to presume, if ,SKALI iTHK riHCt rr 'ot'RT 0.. THK
.... : .!\'' Ross C Sawyer, H.t\t.\TU JtI)HI\l. IHCtlT.OK cia, Jr., wert joined ih Mtf W VH ORANGEILOSSOMTRAIL
: pie and the prestige of the government inS things develop unfavorably that more of 1oG-Ame1ca.: United. Talks....ob f Clerk ..f the Above Court THE STATE OH ....UR..>%.| lock. -
: By-:.(Kd) Kathleen. NolUKev : INu FOIL "NO\HUK oi >TV.
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the money will be used to strengthen the Doorway to Life-cba *4- Cr: *. .
'I epulv 1ill SI115.Csee
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crisis. Sam Pettencili Talk-ab IWm. ,
time of world $-
a military position of the democratic nations. Shirer Comment-robs apr.17-24:ma"I-*.UU. K> ,I !>.. 11-311 : In the presence of numberous
The report of the President's fact findIng 1:15-Editor at Horae-i-abo -'.- I I L. M tHKH: I I II relatives and friends at the "J-
The people of the United States The Music Box-mbarbaxlo NOTICE OF INTENTION I S*:... ,."PILlnUrr.. OI\-ORrf dence of the bride's parents. Mi

: board on the coal dispute shows theUMW should should not expect the passage of 1.30-Tell Chicago It Again.RoundtabI Drama-':Unb cbs TO FOR MtHE Kl\l.APIMH IIIvCHtRGEPrnh&te '.\TION >FLB\M*-n. noon. I and Mrs. Oscar Fraga, 42S DIVIsion -
: I la a monopoly. Commenting on it, this law to automatically rehabilitate the National To B. Announced Vespers-abe"-mbs> I'V TO( RT OF Law TIlE 1SJ3*.OIT9'JtHGE. I l of- 'ft RLlr'TIO\ street Miss Gloria Fr.iga
MONROE .. "U' TO: I and John Avi1 l. Jr.. were joined
John I). Rattle of the National Coal Association western nations. All that the law does is Z;00-CUS V. Cloutier Is There Concert Drama-cbs-nbo !.TTE' OF ....0HII..%. IN I, Route Flea nor No R.:3.Hood j J in holy wedlock Friday m
to permit the beginning of a flow of asals- week Aroundorldatie USTE.In "T"I 1'y.ta. Springs t 8 o'clock. The ceremony: was, r..uo
said : "The board places blame for Air Force bow-mbs ;. re: The RMale of '
li..t.'iHi. Justice of the Peace Em
that it i is will 2JO-Robert Merrill Concert-lib. ROBERT L"VOV by Ique
ance hoped in time enable < eceased You ire hereby r..ulr.dn appear -
the mine strike John L. Lewis. Jr.
on :News Commentary to the Bill of Complaint forI1orce Esqumaldo,
Ml Whom It May t'oneernNotice .
these countries re-establish Mr President-abc
to their
econ- I in the above entitled ranre4 4
is herehKiien that I havefiled
: "The i is confronted with one News: eterans Panel-mbsZ
country .
before 14th of Wa
final a. administratrix on or the day > |
C omic stability and afford the peoples of :45-Opinion! Comment-cbs of my the e..tai report of Ro wrt Lyon. \. I' I54S otherwIsethe aliegalioastherein Today The Citizenay in :m
man exercising dictatorial powers over a 5:00-Music Parade. CommeJit-nbs filed petition will be taken'as confejmed editorial paragraph:
the nations' look deceased: that I base my
an to !
opportunity hopefully
,. The Symphony Hour cfcs for final diM-harge and that I This tinder is to be published i once "Life is very cruel; it killed
S commodity that Is vital to the welfare of toward the future.It Lassie Dos Drama-a beHouse will, apply to the Honorable Raymond a week for four consecutUe weeks the Stork."
of Rhythrnnib..1SlSmerican Judge of in The Keyest Citizen a newspaper .
R Lortl Count
: all the people. The performance of Lewis is not at all certain that tbe money Almanac-a be ;Monroe County. Florida on the 27th pulilished in Key \\e..I. Mon i J Jroe
3 JO-One Man s Family-nbo day of April 1,45. for approval of (ounty Florida. The Spanish ccnquistadoi NJ)
: in recent weeks .should clearly.proxe to the advanced will accomplish the purpose in S. Kaye Serenade-abc-: same and for final discharge as admialKtratrit f lone and Ordered this Mh day
The Juvenile Jury-mbs of Rol ertLon. of April .\. l>. .'1'1. vaez overawed several!' thou.-ai'ti
of the estate >
'- : __people that labor unions do pot deserve mind. In fact, we should understand very 4OU-Qula Kids, Joe Kelly-cbo decease. on this |vt da\ of (SB\L; ) ROM C Sawyer .J Indians in Cuba Simply b'. o--

'jemptiona from the antitrust laws where clearly that the United States is taking House John B.of Kennedy ilystery--abc mbs April 194(.d*. ) M.Al'n PAPY.Administratrix lerk Monroe qf I'onnty the ('ir FI..ni.laBy -nit. (Conrt. .I pea ring en his horee

a labor monopoly I U so injurious to the pub- what the military experts call a calculatedrisk. *4.1S: 0--Cal News Tlnney; Living Talks JI4S--aba nbfl ..r Robert Lvon of deceased th. estate : Kathleen Deputy Not I age.C'I..rk. i! "MY GUEST OF KEY WEST"Smg

C. 1 lie interest. Nevertheless, it i is!' a risk that shouldbe To Be Annouocedc.'bsOpera apr.3.lC-li.24.l54*. J. Y Porter IV tt j ( Dance. Whistle It'>
Auditions abc
"For years all forms of business mon taken because without it, the United I Detective aly.teries-inbs IN THE lull I IT COt'RT OF THE SnlM-itor for Plaintiff.spr.16-17-24:may!.1941OTHK -- ( idvi I
I (:00-The Sunday Tbeater-nbo El.I-i: ESTIC "'UU'I'L <'IHI'I IT i
: opoly have been prohibited by law and States would undoubtedly have to spend Jaoett.. Davis Song. -cbs OF THE; !o'r'TF'. OF tlOltlll ,. Trea urr Agent-abc .'UIIlono" NT'. \ OF ri.i.iiuit RII)
IN %NI> : COl
: properly so. The country is.now faced much more money in preparation for its The Shadow Drama:-mb,It. 1t....\".('1;K\. :Notice fo herb given to whom n -4'nlou"Q JUIIIICA'S OVTSTAMIWtOVfVOABM
maY concern that on the 4th da ]
: with a monopolistic union that surpasses defense. S:15-Two Phils. aslc-cb. IVAN.. HENRY t HA.MLETT N tt-a-15, l of'llav.'A, I). l'4&. at I::3. P iL In |I. .r :
*:30-Phil Spitalny Cirlo-eb ; Plaintiff.: the .Monroe. County Court House. | I
any form of business monopoly ever known. Counter Spy: Drama-abc .11. .. Rib oR"f I Key *Ae u-'Florida, the Board 0)) ;
Quick, as a t'bush-mbs Connty Cpmaiissloners of Monro* ICountyr ITS TIM Hi*
S "Lewis has been arrogant and whollyunreceptive Americans include two classes: those : GL.JnEVfLY HAalt.CTT.tufendailt.. I '' FJortda will open sealed'bids

; to every approach made by who think the Reds are about to take the :00-Catholic Evening Radio Servicnbo TO: ORDER I.LAIVIS OF Fr PIBUUATION:L.\'N HAMLETTRUerbreeze : I 1.'In for Johnsonville the; following SubdivisionBig roadwork. .

C r : the coal mine owners representatives for and those who is The katniJy TiJn.--b. ,. r.i..r..ide I>ri\'*, Coppft. Floridaoniru i1st i
think it
country alreadyin Drew Pearson Comment-abo .\ugusl.Ian.; ; ... Street a distance of approximately _
: a resumption of operation. The orderly the hands of the Reds. Those \\ibsters. Skit-mbs Tou are hereb> required to appear I.III feel. awl ruad to
i 1:1t-Xew. h .
Summary-abc to the Bill for ln orce filed twelve )proceMea of government as provided bylaw .JO-Hollywood Preview-nba against you in the alne *t)led Th. construction consIsts 'ifrocking. : o.1'ao. MOfB
Percy Faith Concert-cbs rolling and iterbonding -
cause on or before the :r.1 day of
---i have been sneered at by Lewis. The THE GOLD STANDARD Greatest Story: Ever Tokt-abo May. J\ I). J945. therwi the alleications 1-fsr3PJ s.. *II T aewl
Nick Carter. Detective-nibs contained therein will betaken :2. In Plat of qrv.y. Big (fop
efforts of the United States Conciliation f-00-Jack Benny Comedy-nbc as. confesMd.IVr : pit. Florida, construct a roadtwele 518870 Ij _s1r, e..rt':. trulywon't reeorkoblel ,'
Th Gene Autry Show ct. 4I2: ) feet in width :!
approximately -
and ordered at Key West #
; er\ice" to get the mines back into operation Every once and a while somebodycomes I Love an Adventure-abc Florida>ne this %n.1 da> ofprit, .\. 40V fret in length Jks ; : .b.ftv. it wM. >.CM :e:) 1.
Sherlock Holmes-mbs >. across a low .."..:01.,. said road toconnei : WIORClSOStthoIdtflw ,
: were delayed and rendered ineffective up with the idea that the United 7 JO-Phil and Alice-nbc l I94X.tCIKCriT COt'RT SG\L) 'I I'. S ltl",,hwaNo. Ito 'S :
Blondle and Dagwood. .cbs let Street in Johnsontille you otwayt. *. o 9ttokaj .. tt ;__J
:. by the same tactics of ridicule and States should go back to the gold standard The Clock Drama-abc- Ross. C'of Sawy.r.Clerk ('ir.'nit Court.. I I I SuhdivNion .,f Rig e..poit. @ : -3 : roo malar* K> do. !S iw [)
Gabriel HeatUr how-Blb. FI..rida (S.Itini I. above). Thc
evasion used by Lewis against the coal mine all redeemable in Enrique Rsqumaldn.. Jr, I :
making paper money ;00-Edgar Bergen. Charlie-nba \U..rI't. for Pl.mtiff I cvnstruotion consists .f rock ? ,'OtIOwSfIiiM.ectigueea

. 'ow ner The President's fact finding board gold coin as it was before 1933. Sam Stop i-pade the Music\dventures-cbs c.luiz-abc Pv: .Anne C Ixineworth.lHfput .. I :Intr: roiling; and walerbond.log. . It : thai ... ,..... hoi ,,., :;

The Mediation > (n rk ::. un Johnxonville Sulnlivision .1 w ond it....*..4osi to ..
Bo..Lrd-mbs -
pcto :
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\va impeded in
: its work and i its findings Obviously. if there .is approximately apr.C-10-17-H I -
.JO-Fred Allen Comedy-nbo I Big; Coppil. Monda bull- El : cu.wS-em.im.. !. ,--
delayed Lewis had The Man Called X-cbs ....zinllt Avenues .\. It I'. I). E.:
: as to be forced by a $28,000,0000,000 worth of money in circulation Movies Commentary-mb. bliThE TU (-IHTOHS I I09t f and r' and 4th Street to a width p. : 1t..MAlT..MQ'

: .. Federal court to submit testimony. Lewis there is not enough gold in the .: -News Broadcast-mbs IN Tug: :: Pr..I.U.1.lOtUT. (II1IIK. S.-..... II C.ct"'T'-), i;*. I of fifty
: has .:55-Five Minutes Sewstb.5OOMetryGo.Roundnbc JtLM.I,;.' .MONHOIOIM1.. Iulldo.-.L ... ...... _
delayed real consideration of any alleged United !States to redeem the money. Why FMtaiDA> rHU \Tf:. tto-be B 4:rare to be submitted on Item S iirlet3 tp_

: grievance arising under the then should Congress else To Be .*Bnvwiit.,d-cbs i In re.. .Relate eft'AIIL : f. abnye! on a ot per square yardItusin hung pw-fssm.aag. rt: _C: _)
con or anybody .
Walter WlacbtU Ci'IRI... .a.1. ; .
I 'I1me-ao.t on 2 on a -o-t per cuLl" a r.vsluiiurt.u-y ReW f.l--: :. "
: tract and has completely ignored provisions saddle the Government with Meet Ji. at. Parkv T, M.I. elFlITi.Its; \NI rr.n xanl hati. and on Item :3 'eisa tosiIM
an '
':1-lIoll.'ood' Comment-abo S4lNIIAVIXl. ; it.isIs <.n fiR- r a.rr ...-.i,.. . M.cAdmI&iy.VnIS .J
: of the contract providing for handl- which is impossible of fulfillment? 9 J -Album Familiar Mt lc-.U.Ot )1.'Xf.fX: .. '' S\1H; ) ET.TE:: All biiKlull I.| accompanied |,\ ......,
.MH-key Pqoney Story-cbs t ,uu andarh .r you areberel.ynotified a hid bond or <'J'hiers or certifiedNieck
: ing dL J>, ut.-s" Advocates of the gold standard fallback Theater Ouild Hoar-abc and l required!' tu. .t>rJ frnt any equivalent t.. ten III'! I per MAR KM .,.e Y"J etetI -

Jim Bdckus Comedv-mbs t'bimand demands 'A hk-h' 'you. <>r.-. cent-ot"lhe ectlmalAd" total toot: : .-.. )< .......w oro',.....' { :
: Steps! must be taken to prevent any on the theory that in 1933. when we 10:00-Take It or Leave It-nbc either of ""oir mac. have apainUif The a.fk ran not be sub-con .
Escape Drama b ries-cbs stai, rf i',irl thirty.; *...-.-a* -l. UiUdwf : trailed -Xiti(>ni. tag Cotmtv writfti See S peel .. ... (d co: _
1 man or anyorganization from exercising left the previous!' gold standard, our money Voices of btrmcs-mbs ...i.l COUDIi.i the : nonopolistic 10 JO-Horace Hridt Show nba Sf Monrfw "..un(). .'.)ril1 lo at his. OcjitoiS wlihlo thirty 13Sf dais ; -pc
control over the American began to decline in value and, being less Strike it Rich Quiz-cbs .>ffi.-.. IB abe -ourt hnus nf !tai : !conomy. less Commentary on Movies-abc '..un'y at Ki yv.<-..i. .,..rida. within I is to he japjeted within a reasonable -
valuable bought ; goods. The argu. Latin-American Serenade-mbs ritcht raUndar months from the time thereafter -

: John L. Lewis, for his actions in the mentative boys 10:45-Network Music-abo I I tulle of the first IMihli.-ll. of ibis All hid.0 1'1V"t be in the hands of for -
to overlook the fact
seem .
n ,ii<-.. I-:.irhlami ur demand KhaliIM the Countv 4l -rk on or before
ecent strike IJIOCNeeVariety 2 hra.-nbo in ritinv.. and. shall state the 7.3ft :, *B Tnerdai, :Jjv 4th I OUTUOARI S.. It I.Ho
: was fined 20,000 and his that in 1933, nobody had enough moneyto Ne.News... Variety. Dance Z bra. cba plar ..f r.."i ln<-" and post office 1,44: J'I - ,

anion $1,400,000. buy anything. Money was getting to bea News,and Panes Dance Band Band-abc 2 brL-mb. address of ibr claimant, aDd shall The (Commission rerertes th- MOTORS h'l. .b.uey 1
btt sworn to by the claimant, hisacrnt right; to accept or reject any and
-., U:00-Dancing Continued-abc-west ->r hl- attorney ami any .such all bids made pursuant to this ad-
scarce commodity and that
so scarce
laim, oVinand filed rhall atOutboard
or not so vertisemenl.Ke
: If Hitler doesn't show up to get hi; there was an immense surplus of goods, In 1905 some seriuosmmdedobservers lie \<.|4|.ARTiirn r. riTinY. I 4K.) Uevt. FlorMa. April ICIh Motors Service (Mp.

hare, of the. Marshall Plan he u dead- products and other things awaiting pur- believed the umitts of AK administrator ..f the Fn- Kosn r Sawyer, Clerk IN LITTLE RIVER
iefinitely. success had been reached in tate t.f Carl Curry, cI.-c-.as- Board of County C.mmIS5IGn..rO"I.II 38S N.E. 79th Stre t. Miami at. I'teriIH
chasers. ed.apr.3IS1321,1141.. ;\ County, Florida
.. flying. :! AoJ'Ii-U.HJ Phones 7.3314 78.-10W TtTMiof

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;: YANKEES 4 TO 0 IN FIRST'tvfer: 'SubRon"4By Score Of

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::; " WIN OF SEASON FOR BOSTON 6 To 5 In Softball FrMay3Hf

t kry tlarrU Allows Only;'" -

s.aHU&Pint IliU; No In Tint Help Try I.aat Of ARTMAN{ CUP : Harris.. School TI j I!4 j I I WIN OVER K\: "O "S


J y r To Sod, : : Defeated First ] :

r tsaee4t .. n. cttts... Time In Softball''
NEW YOKK. April 24--Boston ; Veterans of f'>reign Waiuiwonov : _
Red Scai broke into the win column ; '|fhe'Subroo: 4 listl fiight. In

after three straight defeats SUNDAY:. For. the first time' this season the last frame, with the ClJ 1tfiveall.
Harris School was beaten in theJur.ior
by. ,tforinf! a. 4-0 win over *the|I Softball League. 'n was ,.J. VUiareal- wailccd' and
""w i aric laniiee* iq the lal- wasfarced at SPC'Vnd. Kalion
ier's f a hot name with the -Annex and i singled
home ground .Stenett went to'third and.
yesterday. X46. Golfers To Tee Off To.. the final score was 9 to 6 ior: i'
when the
o., Mickey Karris. diminutive catcher went to sl" ep,
southpaw And ku\g-tijne I Annex. .stole home and the game was -
of the Yanks nemesis Lineups For Ball morrow lit iIay Far 18; Jce Hernandez made two of over. "
throttled the
American the Harris., rims Joe Pineda, the The Veterans .
League champions scored two in the
with no runs and five hits Last Teams Given For Role Ham]wait TrophyAnti Solomon captain had Julio one Hernandez.as did Harpld Jerry first'without the aid of a hit on
year. Harrij three walks and
was almost a complete Prizes Pita. an error, scoredone
lou to the Red Sox when ' ; in the second oa a hit a
For Annex. Vincent. Catjila
his arm went lame walk and an error, and two in
after Tonight '
a bril. Sunday The
'lianf. Art/nan trophy handicap came in with two' Onelio, Oscar, the third
season the year previous. on two hits and tw
Cleveland Indians tournament will be played >this Esiquio, Anthony, Robert Lus walks,
'.,.,.ion of first place in took the American pas. Bf PEDRO AGUILAR' ,Sunday at the Key West, golf ices Alton Gates and Gabriel t The Submarine 'boys scored"
Ltague1 when they scored Tonight at the Bsyviewr Park hlb.. The low net winner will Garcia each had one for the total j Lfour in the first on one hit a walk

", ''an easy Tietory over the Detroit -;j Softball field the L:1ke'Worth 'possess the large Artman trophyfor 1 of The nine.Poinciana and ) a double by Mason and two er-
Tigefs. Ken Keltner hit Elks will play the Kay West Elks 'ooe-"ear rors. A double by Stenger and
two homers and Larry Doby I in the opener of a doubleheader. a period with second I game was a forfeit. Poinciana a single by Hugues tied the
and third low net scorers dM not have all their player, (
and Bob Lemon each got four. The visitors will use Dennis in count. Fallon and Hopkins hit
Leggera. for the winners, I the"box with Hopkins behind the receiving* merchandise 'prizes. I.en the field so 'a picked team ;: two safely.
.Pairings are as follows: ;.played Division .was in the load .
Washington Score
Senators out-: plate Key West will have Robei 6 to 2 in the fourth inning. ; .
pointed the Philadelphia Athlet- ts on the mound and Castro accepting r Sunday. April 25. 1S48I RIlE
dies SO in ten innings at Sh'ibe 'his tostes. I 12:>0 p. rn.-O tlyi6 ll-cia 25 IJprris: Gates and I1' r :nd'ez. Subron 4 ,5' 2 .

Park in the A's opening home In the second paine tonight- the I i| Zip 'Kov sh 25 lIar l Albury "Annex Umpires: Catala.and Irijrabam Onelio LouU. Vets ". . _-- 675i '
came of the season. visiting team will take, on the 21; Bascom Groonu. ; : and Bremer and Hughes; F. Tynej
',' In the National League, the Veterans of Foreign WarsThe ' 12ST'p. m.Russell Hyman 21. and Fallon. .
r 'New York Giants won 3.1 from visitors will probably 'Brady Cleland Hsttaway 2?. Bob. Har- j.cnin'sname v.-a? Vf 1dfTl J' In the second game the Adam
''the Boston Braves.. jinU the CJn- nn thy hill and Hopkins: on the wood 21. Be;\ Freer 21. Ilyiah Ulyanov. auJ; his bir h- Dairy won over the Kantor Men's
:**rinnali. Red scored a 5-3 victory I I receiving end. Vets will send 12:44 p. m.Warren Bethel ?4. ,j I!place on the Volga. Shop by a score of 13 to 4. Walker
Wer the Pittsburgh Pirates. It 1 I Tsars Arias to the box, with J. P. Woodham 13. H. P. Dowcll. ; and Cruz hit two safely for
.>wa* IU: dtw.II'. second. win of Fallen catching, j 1! 17, T. 11. Siiddath }6. I Andrus 10. Ward Tyson JI.I winners and Red Patterson hit
'the year. I Firs game tonight will ret underway .12:51. p. m.-Art Glass 15, At- Charles Sala 9. two singles for the Inset; to lead
1 Philadelphia Phillies smashed a' at 7:30 o'clock.Baseb.U . wood Sands 16, Phil Gering 18. |I 1:33 p. m.-Bill Curry 7. Bob their hitting. In the field Cruz.
(10.2 win over the Brooklyn Do Pmt to spoil the Totters homeopftft' Sunday Fielden Elbertson 13, R.-K.. Whid- Peterson 10. for winners and Kelly and Brown
Dick SiiTer. acquired Beball tames will he nlav H den 12, Luke McDonald 14. i j j I I 1:40 p. m.-Kermit Loucks 6, for the losers.
from the Cardinals, led! the Philly Sunday afternoon at the Munici- 1:03 p. m.-James Cooper 14. !'George Valdez: 6, Gilmnre Park Score:
attack with ttvp. homers and n"t Sfpriuiin between the Ike G. A. Martin 10, Walter Vinson 5. : RilE
%. single.Chicago. Worth Elks and the Key West 12,'Jim Hartzell 12. I i 1:45 p. m. Alton Park 6. Adams Dairy 13 9 1
Cub pjtchrr Johnny Elks in the first ('amp. apd 1:12 p. m.-Leo Lopez U J. F. James Mira 3, Harry Knight 3. Kantor Men's Shop 4 5I
Schmitz allowed only twu hits a alJUt a_picked all-star club in Mathews 10, Hazen Jones 12, L. Humbert Mira 2. Gnffin and VtllareaL Sands.:.
J u| nevertheless lust the T. Watts 10. Meador and Kerr.About
to the Sty nightcap, I I Anyone not appearing at desig- Sweeting
*j 'Lou" Cardinals, 1-0. The Cubs The announced lineups are as 1:19 p. m. Paul Mesa 11, Robert nated teeing off time will be dis
"tot nine hits off Dr.K"ht.en.'On'J follows. : Knowles 9, Norman Artman qualified. S3 per cent of U. S.
: Lake Worth 9; Fred. Mathews 9. : VSG.and local rules will pre- householders are now in urban
NATIONALLEAGUE K lJv. centerfield; J I 1:26 p. m.-Mel Miller 10. Tex vail. areas.
f __
R. H. E. Martin leftfield: j - --- --- -

New Yurk 392 William*, ri'htfield; VICO PLAYS THE HARD WAY AM) LUKE IS SAFE
IhKton 151 Boi... first base: I
...". end '
Cooper Sparvn and I'r.nVin thin h. *r:
\1::.1. U"VoifhL fhorlstnn: j z'i
__.. vman.. send base. ; ,,). ,
R. I I. t: (all( tte. etcher; ,
VitV'lMirgh - - 3 C 2 Clager, pitrh r. I J:''
car"4naati 58 0 IC., West' !: ..t: _

1 I ligl. I .l ke f'1L.,. 6Ui'ik"r1.ouUat unno. I Santana,'Fhortctop: ."':j- '' ti
j1 A. Afwedo, first base: ,
I R. Roberts catcher:
S R. VP.. M. Hrnande: third horn: '
%t. LnuU 1 2 0r. Jack Villareal saxnnfl base;
Ctitcvfto 082 J. r> m nfch. leftfield
|Jncl nU Kiev Stl I f;. Bnrbpr. rishtfisld 1,1
! 7 "on <> ; >miu ;
r.Lull IJcCullo. h. i C!. Albury and "Dif nitrhers: ;

n.n.r.1 Jesus C strn Garcia. Aranpo.subs.. Vinson and

,1'1ijladetpliia I 10 13 2 In the nihtcap Svininv. I/-VP ..-r t"' ',. '
In..ktyn 2821 'nth will have sorpethin like1MR "
I. Dunnelly and Seminick; Hat- for ;lineup: Rvn: If* Martin -rr
.' t. n. sins Hall iml (lodges. C.ro- c*; Robertson rf: Boisw. ib: H",,-
pe ray 1101. kins 3b; McVoight ss: Carey 2b'
Ho'beck C". and >|eel' rdV rr
4 AMERICAN LEAGUE Brady n-trher'. Kev W'?t AUI :
,'l xc. v.R. J:. Stars will have Joe Navarro ;
t.Wa+JD.ton :; 5. 11 0 tcher Sajinenv Lastrrs and I
Philadelphia ._._.. 3 9 Q .ucn4 for mound dutv: Stem er
tc- Iot..aut'klrera1:1t'" nU r Early; on fir' t. Johnny Navar... at St"f-I, : s.: i.>s"a; :,

:) ond Jim Albury on third and .
l-McCahan. Brisie a 4 tb6ar.r ; t.\i. \\ rr nr" .",
\ 'fi"., Jackie Csibonell at short, with
1 R. II. E. AlbSo Acevedo. Hoffman, An- I ROOKIE FIRST BASEMAN GEORGE VICO of the Detroit Tigers does a full split in catching
1 ,t 4 % trueira and C. Valdez for outfield a low throw in a game with the White Sox at C ticago. He's too late to catch Luke Appling
pjew)1M.tun Yuik 050 duty. 1 (right). Whit Sox third baseman from Sandy S )mngs. Ga. who has just slammoi: ou: a hit in

Han is and Teblietts: Shea the eighth inning. Detroit won 5 to.2. Umpire Art Passarella calls tits play.

age, Eiiibrra tnd Niarhus.R. I' --- .. .- -. .-

II. E. How They Stand
Ckvtland 8 15 1 -
and llegan llutt-lunst.n
Club- W. I.. Prt
Gray White and Swift. I
Cleveland 2 0 i.003
: Philadelphia 3 1 .750;
15 Na>y Wives t Detroit 3 1 .750
S Washington 3 1 .75) .
SoftballFriday 7:30- Lake Worth Elks (Den New York 1 3 .25:)
Play nis and Hopkins) vs. Key Boston 1 3250
West Elks (Roberts and Castro -I St. Louis 0 1 JOO'1
at 2 p. nx some 15 Nan ). Chicago .03 .000
Wives KBthcrtxl at Bayview Park 9:00-Lake Worth Elks Kelly NATIONAL LEAGUE _
fur their firs workout and school and Hopkins) vs. VFW (F.
softball. / Club W. L. Pet.1st. .
of instruction in playing e
Tynes and Hopkins) -
Paul O, Albary, City Rccrebtloa a a .* er ,-- Louis 3 1 .750
Director is the instructor tw t Philadelphia 3 I750
and ports that all did very well 1st Round Matches tI Cincinnati 3 2 .600
on their first day. j t' Brooklyn 2 2 .:>ro
It is planned to have this -v.hunt (INn," York 2 2 .500 .
..f instruction at Bayview Park In Tennis DoublesChamp' { Pittsburgh 2 3 .,.100j
every Friday at 2 p. m_ and j j Chicago 1 3 50
any *erv Icemen's wives or daughter i Boston 1 3 .25:*
? ga
are invited to attend. TourneyFirstround
Albury stated today that he

proposes to organize a girls' and play in the city !
Women's league and that aU in. championship tennis double BROADWAYCIGAR
I U rested should get in tuuch with tuu'mpient has been announcedas ( } .
I him immediately. Phone 34I.R follows: i
between 12 noon and 1 p. m. oraddress BIuvelHolli.o vs, Knowles. STORE
I him bo< 484. Dott\f'nech.
Hartenstinc.-Grahain "vs. Y. 610 Duval Street

! Key West Yacht Carbonell-Welch.
Hanchett-Henderson vs. N\ COMPLETEBASEBALL
Smith' ftlver.
Club Open ,NowThe way-Sampson.Bingham-Mosteller. Con d

Key Writ Yacht Club, Kersteller-partner nut named) SCORES
tlused fur several months while vs. J. SeUers-& onblom.

j It* clulmiums weir bt trut ntoved.t Cooper-Ricks vs. Sporrer-Con- tuYartps..u')

w ill ooen tonight. ".O..W home nel. SHERRY ROBERTSON (No. S). Washington outfielder, is forced POPULAR BRANDS of
I is tocaUti at the Itou velt boulevard II. Sellers-Russell vs. H.owell- out at second base and George tirnweiss. New York Yankees'
and ttt old railroad right of C. W. Smith. and Cold
w av. near the cut O'Conner-Pepper vs. C. Smith- second baseman fires Ube ball to first base for a double play at Cigars
Commudorr Howard Overlin R. Smith. Washington. Phil Rissufe ( YaQket shortstop, started the
i has Invited all member of the Night t'Qurmay be used to twin killing br cooping up Mark Christmaq'; gro uader. Stirn- L.Soft! DrinksSATUIDAAPPIL
! .lut to be present. I plot the team matches. wiss is a former football star .t the University of North Carolina. !


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PAGE e'4 FOUR' = .- ; .: .;. _.. . _._ _' -. .- ,'. .. THE. KEY" .WEST. -C TYL1- .. SATUHAY, AWHLV

'. Graduate 14 From I'i.i : ... . .:. '. . . Ii. .. ..... l .I: Work On Colored Beach! ', t

cq' L ASSIFIEDIliformation ADS
Fleet Sonar School

Is Soon To fet SUrtd

Fourteen Navy. men were grad-

uated from the Fleet Sonar ; for the ,Advertisers .a_ t CJI.\I 1A !Y

School of the Key West Naval ILATKS. ."FoGC"AR ear. .rA.Yl'u:'''' -
.1IJJ.'IUi'ACB. . . .nrB fmrmtttt !-elassified a"vertlse-I t JKM1Ut..0PcqMHIt9SK
suitable '
Base today with ceremonies : mfntu tnvarUbry in mdvanc bt7tAdvertisement Charter ChevronsPresented
under; tbH bead, regular advertisers with ledger .<*-
-W will -be'; 1H*ested to-.Thfe' Citizen al rounta may have their ad. rtlsemeotn W EIII
After receiving congratulations th* rate of'I&.. weed for each In- rbarrrd. .' To Two 1 1I
., a Kfrtlv but'J1. nolnii u9!. harlr& fur : 8I.1CATIOX IlKAUt.lXK .
of :CapU/A. G. Vl.?McFadden, the ftr!(' 1;. *.rd.:d+- !.*.';i. -YAe. T..' i.*ore pnl.llcaU.... c..pmoet] NOUIVCES Rf ErtTWecft
: Men !
Tile rate, for'ktarkfavv Sfn+ li'Zc a !.e in The Citizen office before 114.0e"irr1it Lions Club
. .USmann'oifeer .
of the'schooClbesc i
chargefor. orlock in the morning of the day I
1ti> .1 14 forward words J* 4 e.-- of. publication. .*4M .**""> Hm
melt stepped -
Presentation of Clatter .*.- ., *. camtrvrtHMi (If the
tt.: !! ;;and received.diplomas from : '
,arch Chevrons to Hastings Snttfc; beach shad rsetealMeh grnr44..
.'Capt. Cecil C. Adell USN com-
r-ice '\1:' advertfolng 1? : created'under the following conditions: In the 1 1I . Trawltdrlrw
1 .Y niander of the Key West Naval vent of error In advertising1, transient vr contract. The Citizen will be II'I''and Joe Allen was made at a recent Past ...filar.
.. Base. respoosTkle only the firtu fn.st'rtlon. hi llauiflml AdirriUlnc. and In W. I N t Mowrae Cewtty4ietmg
;. i It- Bernard F. ,O'Brian.: Charles Ul.lar.of the 1i4vmtol'. .c for unlj"tt actual amount vf space occupied by the I meeting of The Key ...... -LI r I......
; part mtmeal where
v. cc UOM hrfemational -
the/ew-yr Lions Club
Ar, flrL. by .. vi daM tt'TIe -y
.. .. J. Schemeck Everett JC. Falvey . . : ... 1 . . . . . . . . 1 the
- - - - - - through frognmchairman attelsdz
$ Hany N. Britts, Roscoe'D. Huff- o.._r iNrisw I
;' : master. Emil P.,Seidlcr..Ralph J. HELP WANTED-MALE 1 I rOft.RENT4bcd Charles E. South Jr. ;gall.; aalM C..r"a. e ..e.va.ree

;1' Mair. Donald L. Doane, Wilbert t Those honors came a* a row ....... Gerald .......

;. Manley. Raymond E., Hyder Male sales clerk.. Part-time position. |! m furnished home on plete surprise to the jnmiarnhip W. A. r.rn- aaoCL.irwh.a

. John J. Wells, John J;:Connolly. Retired military per- large lot in good residential and eeelliey Sad
and James E. Webb.. '', sonnel prefe.rred. Call 690, section for period of 6 months as well as to the recipient nas C. Bowyer to M.B the

Then' Capt. Aden presented Ship ,Service!Dpt; U. S. Submarine I from April 15th. Johnson and signify ten years of the loyal UOM aM Club unselfish cnM ..mWI by the U S.
service to
. trophies to the Sonar School bas- Base. apr22-3tx ;j Johnson. aprlO-tf this ..A for the
ketball team which won the Key i of city. the .....
Both men were members of
West championship. Balls were We are distributors for Craw- ;;:Store, 218 Simonton. 35x60. Avail- original group which save Key The eau mu.nm of Celimrr

presented to Donald Seward. ', ford Overhead Sectional Garage I: able May 1st. Suitable all kindsof West Uonkm ten years ago and, Pwnah the r+wa jrd

Richard Swensen, William Meyer. Doors, used in homes service i business. H. Alt man, Phone have been affiliated with ... tl.r ws tewtc.. to Mfttot jMnrvy

Marvin Miller. John Rottunno. "' stations garages ware 682. apr4-tf club since that tim Mr. .1 wleriae of the beach !

Martin Norhhclfer and Everett houses and' all kinds of com- is now serving as pi-Midmt i aa that he may hr readyrvlafM wrlb
Falvey. Their coach Lt. Comdr. mercial and residential build- f Storage space available. RedBrick the organization. lit of the beat*
M E. hailer USN also received ings. We are looking for a manwho [ the Navy
Garage for storage fur- Accompanying the c-hcVftilll M a*
-trophy. would like to go into I I niture or commercial. For information was the following certificate ttciate at WaehfcvfMiBtMd

business for himself selling i!t Phone 798. The officers and director oi .. MM teeew lot tki

and installing these doors. If, apr17-tf Liens International extend to The o.w ewwsho.h aIIn

The Weather you are steady and ambitious I 1 1can r you their most cordial gleetttitis the iliiliiiHffted ,e4er>. brten

handle ordinary' tools and l'j I i Remodeled furnished one-bed- and sincere consratulatMM on attaining after
l' '
_'; ; want to be your' own boss j house. $110.00 monthly. Apply the distinction of Charier tbM Iles' were wtr a

FORECAST write Crawford' Door Sales I j|![ 626 Grinnell Street. apr22-3tx Monarchs and commend you.r ........ Mrs Mel
Company. 918 ,N. 20th Ave.. I i your loyal faithful and hmoraMr
Key West and Vicinity: Partly Hollywood. Florida. P. O. Box I I service to your Lion Club and -
cloudy with widely scattered 2790. apr23-2t Four-room and bath apartment! "
/ your
showers this afternoon through I I completely furnished for one i iI Youngsters

Sunday. Slightly warmer. Mod- Bartender wanted for couple no children. Reasonable -
outofi i FOR SALE
s crate to fresh easterly winds becoming town. "Must be single and j I summer rent or year around i Pass First A
southeasterly Sunday. sober $30 Per w'eek. pIUs room lease. $75.00 per month until :
I Coconut plants. 4 fee h. ... Mi
Florida: Partly cloudy today and boardSix:day week. Answer Dec.lease.15 or $100 Combination per mo. by shower yearly -: each. 1569 South Street {........ Mn*.r V ...*r Cileaarer

tonight and 'Sunday. Widely giving last two employers i I apr24-ltr .... auu lrted its /Md ('r.rs
and bathtub all-electric kitchen. .
scattered light showers ;southeast as references. Write Box WAT.! ad whxhierr w a.. taupe
coastal section today and care Citizen. apr23-6tx porch overlooking Boat exceptionally turdy 14-ft Whtddrn ..at .1Mtr.Wal.ee .
I lovely garden. 410 Caroline St. I
tomorrow. Scattered showerr .
Phone 192-J. apr2I-6tx' sailing skiff. IHHteWr for ert
north portion Sunday afternoon 'POSITION WANTED board. Live aught mart hum Of .. gioMp that i...-
Warmer extreme northeast por I FOR RENTAPARTMENTSI rudder oars. etc. f 19. fh.n. Mrae. Imir will rfivr ItrIt

tion this afternoon. Young lady Wants baby-sitting 1 558. atw,.-.. iiUfttatr fifM they AmenClaud

East .Gulf of Mexico: Fresl job -Mond: Thursday and I I I Furnished apartment. 3 ........ ar.t ("t.. Ttw-,
easterly winds over south portion ** W.tU-r M...rwR
Saturday evenings: References. and bath. Maid and janitor Double corner taut lee x. *. tn
today and tonight becoming Phone*,437-J. I K K MrDoMM **rt: J<- f Psi
apr23-2tx .
southeasterly Sunday. Ove. i I service linens and utilities side lot. 52 x I-M. Near C**
furnished. Marina. Washing and WH Jr
north portion moderate to frest Summer rates. Coral -
: -WANTED Hotel ham. Phone 131-W
southeasterly winds today becoming I Apartments opposite
southeast to soutl I Post Office. aprl6-10t .....ilb
I fresh ::f. .1. ,interested in4 'to 15acres I Tern perfIKref
winds Sunday. Partly cloudy
showers waterfront on Keys be- { New efficiency adults Brand new gas ........ water
weather with a over tween West:and'Marathon. *M AX. SIII.T.hl .
and tank. Nee wher415'z
extreme south portion. I only no pets. $80.00 per month. pump
II MUst be a bargain. .I.uill pay
Jacksonville Through the Florida I Phone 215. apr7-t Amelia Street.
taxes and balance to owner. ... ..
Straits: Easterly winds frest .tiewAlLwta -
What have you to offer Write<< !I Four-room
: and bath apartment.
and moderate
over south portion
details and letter.I .
i today and tonight becoming frost real price I completely furnished for one Motorola auto radius h* fM all et.r .....
am not a estate man.butam I
southeasterly over north portior interested in building, couple no children. Reasonable from $4ZSO up- C.4rie Wly iw Dirwi.lrh.ewirlr
; a
I and fresh east to southeast over little home. Write Box BRB I I summer rent or year around stalled. Bridge Radlu. M JIN/ -...
L. south portion Sunday. PartbrTrP'1 I lease. Combination shower and 5th SU MiaMI."II...
co: Key West Citizen. i(
cloudy weather with a few scat apr23-12t bathtub. all-electric kitchen. ILUll'h.r1.Mals.

......./0 lered showers extreme south por Cool porch overlooking lovely Maa's bicycle guuA balhum tag..

tion Saturday. WANTED TO BUY ; garden.. 410 Caroline St. Phone and in caod 1'8........ Very I CIllCrette r

Jacksonville to Apalachicola 192-J. apr21-4tx cheap. I960 Staples avenue i 'b11M/

.. No small craft or storm.,warning a4 rl11-'lit ......
have been issued. Large two-bedroom apartment. Oeeeae ..
Vanted-Buick,'Cadillac or Oldsmobile beautifully furnished, all dec Electric range and .....Int rarhan. ....

Report convertibly- Must be in tric kitchen. modern bathroom both in good condrtmi Pm-ed fh UttretlhG.Lte.
large porch private garden.Near for qu C'kIe.. Phunc 117sXR.aprgi20a.
excellent condition.. Call 1150-J. ..wJ.eb..etrlMe
Key West. Fla.. April 24,. 1943 '. . apr23-2tx Bayvicw Park. $120.00 1

(Observation taken at City Office per month. Phone 1185-R.

8:30 A.M.. EST) .. apr22-3tx Threc-ptece c nmm get nr I weC'M"
Temperature r termites IwHhr....,. new 414; K-CY WMT

Highest yesterday s% Attractive modern Louisa Street, Phonr IttI.J I Kef West A1.ti
72 Piano in good condition. Phone apartment a. Aet.....
lowest last night central location. Two bedroomsbut apr-Ztx
568- L 808-South St.Apt. 3. t.w.aNrlr.ewa
Mean __... 7i prefer naval couple.
h. h' no
Normal _- __ ....... --__ 77 : .. apr23-2tx children. Moderate rent all One-story huuee.... Grrme Start
Precipitation Seen next to City Electric buildu M IL1Mea
>ear. Sunday. 9X16 Windsor -
Pay cash late, model sedan. Phone
Total last 24 hours .01 ins Lane. apr24-ltx Must be reemved.' Inquire MI
Total this month 6.77 ins 1035 or' 512 Simonton St. Citizen Office Phone' SIaprttTt: .......wrliltrw
Excess: this month 5.76 ins Kitchenette apartments. 500 feet y"i

Total this tear 9.85 ins MtSCELI.ANEOUSWashers I from beach. Cross ventilated tLi .

Excess this' year 4.11 ins beautifully furnished. Cool G. E. electric raaoe. m omd re Olt) Gift

Relative Humidity irons, vacuums and clean. comfortable quiet.:Adults dition. Guaranteed for 99 ..,... OwrbaPlse.r.Li.

at 1:30 A.M. fansrepaired.* . ODriant.. Phone only. Reduced rates for sum- Phone 665-W or all 214 Dwvaf tl.wr.blr.
mer season weekly or monthly St. aevZIMxPriced I
1164-M aprl-U 1321 Simonton. apr21-l ,, ". .....

(Sea Level) ':30 M.SOW or guaranteed plumbing and for quick *... : 1 i' .... SUN /tlsM.strw

ins.1019.0 mbs. pairs. Free estimate. Cal're WANTED TO RENT speed boat. nice little fi__ .j' .. 1'\-

Tomorrow's Almanac John Curry 512 Margaret SL boat. Also all- ** rl wndrr.lun I l4alr11r

Sunrise - - 5:56 a.ro Phone 781. aprl-tf Three-room apartment. Young I trailer with Ford V-t whrrla.Tow TaMah.ree'MMashieijt
Sunset 6:54 p.m Navy couple no children. Ph1424M. s any speod. roar drrw oacv ....

t, Moonrise . 9:20 p.m. Drafting and designing by a apr23-6tx With ax ir tarpaulin rover I ) rwTba .
Mwnsit 7:20 a.m graduate architect at reasonable I All Rood as new. Can gee outfit -

prices. Homes store fronts in FOR SALEPlumbingsupplies at No. 8. Stmonton Court Pw IX k.I II .rirgld '
.... .. ..
TIDES teriors. .- -1Ia .' ... I \tI s '
Bobby Anne George, .
I! .. ....
Tomorrow Phone 156-W. i 'aawr war 2..
apr20-lltx completestock.
(Naval Base) Plastic tile paints and I White outside pt<* where ?__ I Id. seal n.vtpabM. t.....,

Eastern Standard Time) Oreumakiag and alterations. buttonholes brushes. Murray's Plumbing. $2.75 cL Doheri Ac Co.

High Low made. 1017 Margaret. 1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami. 346 Olivia, corner rWWr Can j 1-)(y SST r'Uy W

j, 10.30 a.m. 4:02 a.m. Phone 133$.). apr22-3t Fla.. Phone 7-3421 aprl-tf 1597.w-" "tIOIIl'B W. k n..

5:25 p.m. I the hr... W.. n ti-It.rra .
FOR SALE HEAL ESTATEFor Storkline baby carriage. Excellent Grocer}* and meat market ..J5n'I.I -OM-IU-y ... a.

ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA condition. Reasonable. 513 lent location. Reed l...... aa the PIv'IA' < n \T
Reference Station: Key West any kind-of property in Key William SU after 4:00 o'clock Stock and fixtures. All reoon*- 1 wbrw .'nu .., (,. I

Time of: Height of West be it home. hotels motets or any time Saturday. able. Living ruartrra, if 4r away You'I) (min <'

StationTid. !high watei,_ or business locations. contact apr24-3tx sired. Other in ci'.. n

Bahia Honda Paul Boy: sen, 626 Fleming SU sale. 1101 Simustva lttnet. rm ClnMr Jot .

(brid.eOh 10m 0.0 ft Phone 153. apr24-12tx Misses' dresses crepes wash Phone 1167. aprs6-61a I Irr, away V.Ihttfcma .-. v x'"I..*, .
No Name Key silk poplin. Moderate prices.
(east end) _____+2h 20m 1941 Ford sedan, good condition. I Sizes 9-20. Montzelle Dress National cash rcffutrr. IS hnr Tu 't .AI
I Shr'M hr I.
Boca Chica $350.00. Apply 701'2 Elizabeth Shoppe 518 Fleming St. stools. electric fan. t-lrrtric lair I! V.MI. .
J MMrt l Di C-
> < i n
(Sandy Point)-Oh 40m Street apr242txFOR apr24-3tx case two cuuntm. WhN ten !
Caldcs Channel I Bar 1018 Div l OR Strut .1 M Mil F f 11..1,4 'AM
Yes. we hate large sizes ladies 4Wf*"<*f. riJiiutity
(north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft. SALE-USED CARS aprls tz
oOo r dresses' in new styles in Bcmbprg - -

NOTE: crepe and cottons. Sizes

(-)-Minus sign: Correction 1941 Plymouth special deluzc 4- 38-44 16 1-2 24 1-2. Montzclle

to be subtracted. door sedan. $650. Worth much Dress. Shoppe. 518 Fleming Fm ( f 7 ..,r.. /{*.

(+)-Plus sign: Corrections. It more. William Mejers. 609 Du- St. apr24-3tx

be added val St. apr24-3tx Inlaid
(h-Hour. 6-foot Servel gas refrigerator. Asphalt Tile

(m-Minute. Sacrifice $65.00. 1022 Washing- ,

(ft)-Feet. 1936 Pontiac fordor sedan. i ton St.. Call 1435-J. Colors and Patterns Far Every *.*.. *.. the House

first- class condition. $225.00. .. apr24-ltx I
1219 Simonton Street.
Spring! And TownL apr24-4tx Small size Electro-Mite washr.j I *
Also beach rolL Both new. TI-I.I-I'I H.%I-: 1 1,1:

, FOR RENT-COTTAGES '. Reasonable. 1320 Olivia St. I Ltttmales f rrrami
L\ Wyo. (AP). It 1 !R. E. nvrz
hard winter for Mrs. .
was a long New. modern furnished one- j lurk
Robbins. Key West Fleer
Murl bedroom cottage near beach. j[ New shipment of sheets pillow Insfultufitrr CMIt""
her ranch home I ,
Snowbound at Adults only. The Price Organ- j cases, spreads. curtains bath i j hi DvvAi. aTMn
northwest of Laramic !' *
S7 miles
ization. Realtors 411 Fleming. sets sport shirts. Balerina
nearly fin monthsshe' finally Phone 124. apr24-2t I skirts. dresses slips nightdresses -

made the Iong-a\\aited trip to etc. Call R. R. Russell I J'ECI.\I..I 1'S l.\ .'''UUH mt4 ?I\I\ t.Na ;:0\ I-.HI'

town. It only took two days-byhorse Furnished cottagtdults onl '. j 831-R. 508 William StCash | (
drawn sleigh. Packer 1 Job Too ft****
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*jlJj i SATURDAY- APRIL ':24: 1948 -, =.::pon: ::T; THE KEY WEST CI'T'IzEN_: .= : .. .,_ .,_ .. -. p t FIVE!

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t CHAPLAIN So1ieii' 1 1I 1| IWOJIAft: .ACCUSED OF SELLING BABES nuried'Ulld .

FRENGM''R : $ Clf i lf : ,> [ cr Coins Slarl

f ' .. '., I l\lef6\ n lorlday:! I: :. :, "> rr Coal; SavedTORONTO "Cold KifeTIIKJHLAJIDB. :.

I Canada. White
Woman's Society of Christian .. .3.-4 T r .e1.

F r rr i Service' of Ley Memorial Church trying to loosen a coat jam in a cd bjrwere a .brisk wiwl aerwrsitsr'1

: I I held its regular monthly meeting
I CHURCH I i of Mrs.Monday'Earl night Hamilton at the home 1411 e. fell into the hopper head first and :I sons .... M r Ies.. siNaveaiak ..

landed in an elbow in the steel
lliwr. surer lwlptyEgbleMM
i;. t I White street.
Appears"': Absence Worship services were; con- chute leading into a roaring dis- 4t61ttty jilthll esiltls

During Of Pastor, Who Is.Ill. ; t ducted by Mrs. Robert. Weaver... j jtillery I furnace. found MOT 14 tiislr ....
Devotiotia\' trferne for the month s jI Tons of coal tumbled down the
t Chaplain Travis Will Show Greecian of Aprilrbe Whole Creation. jI I I chute'on top of him. Working as The fin rate le to. I.rliitRr1i. .
I dated n*
1 Is Our Lord's. I i I fast as possible: frantic rescuersI
I Scripture was taken from r jI I I I I dug out the coal. .
Pictures Tomorrow '" r .' Althoughsaved li str .r teltil..
Night Psalny67Pqems'were/ i i I.I After an hour. workmen ripped tr1-
-. "J r :rqad; by Mrs... Hattie away the bottom section of the tables an a.11M sli.rtM 1..

COMIKKGATION; : II Lou. Hamilton'and'-Mri.Doro. '! I I. hopper. A workman located Rov for tale .--, .....
OF FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH t TO ACT 'SUNDAY thy"c urry. ''" son, and helped him to scramble and pav-.. they ....... IMl ..

V NIGIIT APPOINTMENT cav resx Irlt ftfttUAtitnA VTHtit&'ftiy. Way R down the chute.CoalblacK held over ..... t111M a ... .....
T OF NEW PASTOR; OTHER NEWS: ]NOTESOF May.rBe-tKnawn Aver All, the and with eyes and They should of eo.ree lilt Mrel1
I l PROTESTANT: CHURCHES IN KEY WEST RELEASED. FOR PUBLIC L.Fa_ Members rth.. '*. present were: : i parts of his bruised body badly refrigerator in covered containers ill. w
swollen he was taken to a hospital
t 1 INFORMATION Mesdames Fay Weaver, Elizabeth : '
where his condition was
Cruz Dorothy Curry, Maud "

r tedan During Chwch.the illness and convalescence of the Rev. 'Melrose Avery. pastor of First Presby- Miller Whitting, Mammie, June Sawyer Cook, Katherine Thel-- \\s described as "satisfactory. Poinciana Baptist

,.' Cboplam Carleton French of the USS. Howard W. Gilmore. Navy submarine ma Sweeting Hattie Lou Hamilton Stick a package of matches toa
.. ender ba port here, will preach in his with cellophane \Church
place each Sunday at the 11 asp services.r Dorothy Sands Maud Saw- package of cigarettes -
Tomorrow' Chaplain French', topic will be "The Breadth of the or adhesive tape. It will
-. Travis Gospel. Chaplain Paul yer, Marie Russell Gladys Rob- .. 17th and EfUPastor's
wW <
return tomorrow evening to show more of his colored slides which he made a few erts,, Lillian Griffin, Josephine .0 prevent lengthy forays into your
months ago In Nellie tAP Wirephvtvi handbag. Phones 1K4.M
Daughtry, Myrtle Bowery,
'.' TheM Greece.W Mars mi where the Apostle Paul preached; the plains of Marathon. Mipgo, Doris Carey. MRS. MARIE CHAPLIN (right), 51, looks at one of several A. D. OJ )AMT. ,...ec
where the invading Persians were defeated in 490 B.C.; scenes in Athens including the Acro- Misses Catherine Knowles babies which Los Angeles police say were' sold by her and an- I :I -

': i. Astern This latter temple iS considered the most perfect example of Doric Ruth Dunn, Jerry Frager, Eliz- other woman after their birth to unmarried mothers. The sus- Key West I Sunday Scfcooi. *tt JLM.
t archltectwe m *. I abeth Rosam, Miriam"[ Carey and pects were booked on suspicion of buying and selling babies. i' I Worship, 11:00
Chaplain Tram also made Miss Eola Johnson the infant is Rose Galeoto of the District .
, pictures of! Salonica. where Paul lived. and man thor Holding Attorney's
z VOU"" & views: .. . . Subject:
of ...nt Gtecce. I Church of Christ
< This -
I iay program is being presented by the* _..._- -- "Office.- "FOLLOWING JBMW
r Younq People'? s Fellowship Group for the enjoyment of all. 1 .-L.... _il <'g-__," _____
Walter Beebe Second .' f'1 'It.L Corner and 6:36: PJ*.. Tram'UMMIEvmiiig
I will lead the devotional service, which will begin Advent" will be hi&subject THE VETERANS I"IH. Ashby

i crt I'M: o'clock. at the 7:30 p. m. services. ..Yoiir. llproscopc Good Deed Von Phister Streets \\'or-I.ilt| 7>30Sll

.Tb* R**' Gt Leon Wells parlor of the Old Stone- (First "Man-The Host of. the 'Infinite .CORNER1] I 10( A.M. Sunday School .

Methodist) Church will preach on the text. "God Is For Me"Psalms ," i; the sermon title to! be :. I Ilit1DARPRIL:} 23, 1048-Today's Is Too LaIc I I 11 A.M. Woi>hiiI > SECOND JOTlTHE ADV8KT"

56:9.: at Die 10:50 tun. services tomorrow. The Young delivered tomorrow at 10:5Q: by 4 ....i4..... .4AAA. I general quality is that of a ,I n ..M. Sermon

People. will l fxmduct: worship* -.. the QUESTIONSAND j generous"nature.. There may be I II Public lavii.d.asrttr
Rev. Robert W. Weaver, pas- I great acquisitiveness;' but it docs PORT HURON, Mich. Boy I CfldNJIy
MfVIC'e' at 7:3O: with the 1 ANSWERS .
t p.nv. tor of the Ley Memorial Methodist i I not seem to be miserly, and there Scouts Daniel Stark. 12, and'I i EVERYBODY WELCOME
!Mime 6l'
I I Christian S'owardfp. Physical examinations for : -- --- - -
{ com- -
Church. The sermon -rhrns"wiJi }j iis a good chance that a reward Frederick Laclousc, of crvillc.as _
\ I I COLORED be delivered! by the Rev. Mr., pensation purposes often confuse], lor service will be gained in the: a'tfBTrutao.Con9regatiolsal .
h .U'"Inc" Uni..,," will" lie I It I Weaver at the 7:30 1 I veterans. Some of their questions I II latter part of life. Often travelis their good deed: for the day. Church
CHURCHES ; p.m. services[I on this and other benefits are i called at the trailer home 01*
. the uhiifi'; i4i wkkti the Ilrv.Itrtmnir i Sunday Schoji of the Latter indicated and in this there is LEY MEMORIAL
i Day Saints will answered on VA authority and! considerable success generally | George F. H aley, 73, who had WILLIAM w. HUTS.S17S27 DID.Assing .
t: NutoU. vktr .. be held
> ( the Sundayat i I
, | r i I !} ''asti'r
published in this column by The Methodist\ Church : '
I 2 in.the coming after a little delay. been ill.They. j I
flfd IU4i.t 'dniuli. p. m. Chapel of the '
will" prcwh TIle Rev. C. C. IlicRi. pastor Key West Citizen as a service to 1 WILLIAM SfltR'r.
. .I t.ftMnni of Cornish Naval Hospital I I I found Healcy dead. Cor. Division and Georgia Sts. Between SeuHunl at 1781.iN. .
ir. iHuttinft wonJiip' : Chapel of the A.M.E. j our veterans.
The Church With A Welcome
Divine services will be held in SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 194&j -
I l t.ti0: YlviV$ At UKrvrtiinc ; Zion I Q: Will my failure to report I
i t sen..* the Itev, Mr. NH!hills j Church will preach tomorrow { the Grace Lutheran Church at for a physical examination ordered !j j This day carries a strong mind New" little guards of plastic ROBERT W. WEAVER Pastor Sunday SeMeL >H A.M.
Nile talk son "llln4Ji.n llappiwx' : inoinin:? at 11:00 on "The | 7:30: p. m. tomorrow the Rev. I'!I by VA. affect !!' under good discipline. It may will protect fingertips while nail Ctassrs fr* AHJonll
, I| Promise of ChriiL" At the evening ; F. H. Zuckcr pastor announced |'i of compensation? my payments I II have the capacity of authority i polish is drying. The little guards 9:45 A.M. Sunday School V. Aftw. .. Iwipt

The Krv J., It. IU-i.l. Mtor t.ffVminc i service 7:30 he will have the j today. A: Yes. Upon failure-to report!!land I when used with discretion ;I are sliped over the' fingertips h. After; before the- Classes for All Apes 11 A.M., WORSHIP
(Angelic There will be worship in the I it leads to success in many lines. [ applying po' : Miss Miriam Carey.
Ktit-H M t>MHt| Clmirh Gospel Singers of Phil- I for examination without adc- i l is apolied. the Sri mm
Key West Church I I The later in the day the birth polish top cover.
will the of Christ at I award of disability I '10:50 Morning Worship -rbe SeoeetI C.srhia .4 Clhei t"
fMvupy pulpit at both adclpiia! at tho church. quate reason an chance ofsuccess which has been folded back is
eenkrs I.tmttrt1tw. at 10:50: a. I' 11 a. m. tomorrow, while at 8 : compensation is suspended.If hour the better (! Sermon 5:00: P.M.. Pastors Claw
.t. -When Hilh Falters" will be is s clipped into place to cover the
there will be for the strength en-
sfwt tl 110; |i. '''. I'h p. m. a sermonW. the veteran subs<' 1 subject of the sermon to be A. Rocofort will deliver a hanced by a cheerful disposition
examination I 5:30 PM Pe..... howl
l'tobsttswt After lXthwill>> ports for physical '- INFINITE- : Young
delivered by the Rev. SigismundA. i ii sermon at the 11 a. m. servicesto that gains the good will of asso: !
I.! the. that. will i rl'troactivepaYJ1cnts or I 6:30 P.M.. Intermediate
Mihpvt. Ijc di i Laing. minister of Trinity be held in the Communitv ; may ciates. i-I - -- 7:301'.11.. WORSHIP
towed. teiiMirrww at 11 a. m. in t may not restored, depending I I and Senior M.Y.F. Meeting oi the Ceagesqslit.
Presbyterian Church at the 11)i ) Church at Duck avenue and 15th 1I I
the Christian SrM'nrc Swiity.Thrrr i a. m. worship tomorrow. The I street tomorrow. A. L. Cook E. on the nature of the evidence: i Grace Lutheran 7:30 Evening Worship Act on the c.U" the "-Y. Jeba
will, Mkn! be a meeting Q: Is the amount of my. disa SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 194&-I il I .
Rock of Ages" will be the subject M. 2nd will conduct the sing- Sermon: "THORNS" M. Peyton M mtotour of) ...
Wednesday at 8 p. m."The 1 to be delivered at the 7:30 bility compensation in anV way Today gives natural good will Church \*..i.F...;.,.. :'&:IIt I*. \I.1"' CktmfcTut
i i
I ing.The affected the amount of money and a liking for hard work on its Mrrk Prayer !tenke.5'ea.e.da l .
S Scennd Coming oCr p. m. services. { Rev. William W. Iliffe, by ,. x>3a M. .**irPrarllrr. .
r Chtisf will lie the subject to acting pastor of First CongregationalChurch ' I earn or. receive from :other. I' own account. It may carry a happy ;r I 1215 PETRONIA STREET I *. 7M. Official] *... MM

If riwuwcd tomorrow at the William W. Illife, acting pastor, j /.will ;deliver the sources? "disposition, content wren its rhar..lar..l: P.I.. \mm\h I Wed. 7:31. Pr r r-PYi Meet
.t own lot in life: but is more likely '1..1. "Cordua J WrkomTo AIT /
I .. in the FirstCnncrrcatiuful A: No. 1
.1 worship
m. announced today. { principal speech at the Youth, for .'
1 Q Is the stepchild of a veteran tt) be dominated with a strong Divine Services ..
Church. At 730 :
"Following Jesus" will be the; Christ rally tonight at 7:30 at lead- II I III -
love of justice. It produces a
p. rn..thetr will be a meeting of subject to be discussed at the 11 the First Methodist Church. A entitled to the. same. benefits'as I
the. ronsrrfatktn to act on the a. m. services tomorrow by the j! special musical program will be a natural child?' ]i,er of men.I r 7:30 P. M.F. I : :
rail of the Rev. M. Peyton as Rev. A. D. O'Briant. pastor of presented<<: by the Angelic Gospel A: Yes if the stepchild is 'or],I COME-WORSHIP THE LORD

i minister of the church, the Rev.SIKSDAY Poinciana Baptist::; Church. "The!Singers from Philadelphia was a member of the veteran's :, II. ZUCKER, Pastor I Ii Ij : :
i i !
of death. i J
._ household at time !
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-- Q: If I have entitlement time COMMUNITY i j E FLEMING[{ STREET METHODIST CHURCH
SCHOOL LESSON OF THE; WEEK BISHOP'S PRESIDENT left after I finish my job-training
course. may I enroll in another .
or go. ,.to : CHURCH ; Corner Fleming sad WffiUm St. .
God) Bless America a. y z job-training course w LATTER DAY
i i .
'school for the remainder of my I REV. J. B. REID. Pastor
Bf ROY L SMITH : i I A: With prior approval from -POINCIANA- SAINTS : Church School 9,16 A.M. :

The ancient Hebrew prophets constitute a group of men altogether Vctereans. Administration, you; DUCK AVE. and I5TH $T. I :: CLASSES FOR ALL ACES :

unlike any others to be found among any of the peoples may use either any for remaining job-training entitle-or Services Will Be Held !i SlMAY!! SCHOOL I I' Merrill Fclton. General Suj>erint,oJtJU :,

o fthe ancient world. Their contribution modern life is ment Held Krcry Sunday' I.

of incalculable importance: for they were the ones who linked I I for(Veteran's educational wishing training.further information i j.! in Community Hall I (II 2OO ji.nt.Chapel . Morning Worship . 10:50 A.M. : I
SUNDAY 11:00 A.M.
and at I .
leliaion! morality. about veterans' benefits : it
In all that ancient world there was no religion which showed I I may have their questions an- Sermon by W. A. ROCOFORT. t :. Youth Fellowship. 6:30 P.M. :

any concern whatever in the moral conduct of man. Religion 'swered by writing the nearest : E.M. 3rd. Topic "Christian i at : Song Service. 7:10 P.M. :
such not interested in of and but .Love. A. L. Cook. E.M. 2nd. .
as was questions right wrong I|I VA Regional Office.) }.I .

was devoted to the question of what was and what was not will conduct the singing. : Naval : Evening Worship 730 1'.M. :.
Ilospifal .
It is estimated that the average

lucky.The ancient sacrifices burned upon the altars and the ancient i. U. S. industrial worker had twiceas ; i _. _.
rites and ceremonies performed for the benefit of the gods much free time for recreation ..................................................
i in 1940 than n 1890.CORNISH j All Members and Service Men
were designed to win favors from whimsical and capricious; i-I ... } ._-
':" ":' --- -i I, Urged to Attend
deities who were highly sus-'I r .

ceptible to flattery and extremely judgement: which means thy CHAPEL :
Fiat MrlhiHlM
: Church I
jealous of their rights Presbyterian
are to make it possible for everyman :
as qoda. : AJ4E. ZION CHURCH Corner EATON and SIMONTON Street: .
to get justice: : they are to White and Washington Streets ,
The Old Testament prophets. show kindness and compassion, p. I The So Friendly Church", Rev. Melrose S. Avery, PastorMen's Christian Science G. LEON WELLS. Pastor
on the other hand, were rvligmustea taking the hardships out of life (COLORED)
hm who, insisted that Jehovah Whitehead and Angela Sts.
< for one another; they are Co conspire Siblo.Class. 10:00 A.M. Society
the Old tif Israel was altofEHher ogether to do good insteadof Rev. C C. Higgs, Pastor Ladies': Bible Class. 10:00 A.M. Sunday Srrr/rr.s/

unlike the paean, divinities evil toward their fellows: they CAP Wlrepbolu) 3:30 asp.Sunday Church SchoolTeachers of Key Wes 9:45: A.M. Church School. Classes lot All ACJOB
Hi chic inemt was in justice: consider
to man
every inj
for All Ages 327 ELIZABETH STREET : Inn:; ) A.M. Morning Worship 5
emerry, morality. righteousness.Tke ; trouble; as being every other j BISHOP JAMES C. BAKER ': ... 11:00 A.M., "
Joseph-Thompson. Supt. Sermon Subject: "GOD IS FOR HI: (Ps hn Htt. .
mans:> responsibility. 1I ]1 I f (above) was named president 11 A'.M.% WorshipSubject Church:' Service Sunday School 9:30 A.M. 6:30 P.M.. Methodist Youth Fellowship Meetllul

Suodar School Lesson i There is something cvtrcmely of the Council of Bishops of I : CHAPLAIN C. C. FRENCH.of Sunday Morning ServicesAt : Young People Invited. :
interesting at this point. In the
toe April 2J Zechariah .I opinion, of the Jews anything the Methodist Church at thecouncil's "The Promise of Christ" .f the U.S.S. Howard W. 11 o'Clock : 7::JO I.M. Sprvial l Srr ire \\i\ 'UIIIIJ: 1..1.. :
Will Conduct
Pleads for Righteousness. that Muses said was divinely in- ':; meeting in Atlantic 7:30() P.M., Worship Gilmore.the Service Subjrrl. The Young People Will Conduct A Special a Woestrip Servie

Zechariah lil-K> 4> 7-8. I.pirtxl and hero comes this prophet j i I City. N. J. He will take office I The Angelic Gospel Singers of i "Probation Alter Death- Around the Theme of Christian St..arfihip
Zechariah who puts the Philadelphia (advanced tickets.. I i Wednesday Evenings
May 8. succeeding Bishop Paul
t Thry kept insisting in season analtart lj!I words of the ancient prophets!iI I i I B. Kern of Nashville Tenn. 60c: at the door. $1.00) 7:30: P.M., : Meetings at 8 o'Clock I -A SPECIAL INVITATION TO SERVICEMEN- .
I It 7:30 Class and t .
l li. those loses. is |; Tues.
I'hilt if ,the |ir>|ileanttxl to]! alongside forward yf )in the development a- !I I Prayer p.m. Youth I''ellot.lri1), I Reading Room in Church ................ ...............................
ItMkr ( .,,1! and thereby: great step '
happy Edifice will be
moral justice and righteousness open
of normal religion ; Wed., 7:30, p.m.. Choir Rehrs. 'I
win him. LiVfV. they must: rat cvn- 1 a i among the people. : Visitors. Tourists and Friends Tuesday and Friday
iluH their private lives, anal' m' which preaches jus lice. j jI 'I How can we ask God to bless a I'I'i YOU ARE WELCOME ; I Are Invited to Worship i from 6 to 8 P.M.
s rdct UK kffairs ..f their governntefit. -i I The scientists and historians!I nation which permits the xploi- The First Baptist ChurchCorner

Ih. .l )u,.tier would lie clone jIM j have always been greatly interjostcd j I I I talion of great masses of tote pco 6 ." .. .: . ; ,. I ;
I Iil
Hi .linen. **M.xe rerHHis." thcyj! in the beginnings of things. ;i plo on the part of privileged iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnmiiuniuuiiniaiiiuin! ( ii'iHiiiiiiiinmmniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiniiHiiiiiiiiiiiii.iinf BAHAMA and EATON SU*.UDroiuiic
....... "ilMii any failure to pcr-j Here is an interesting subject for i j classes? I
form the reivtwniea nniectly. isi I investigation. Let some of them'undertake 'I!'I[ How can we ask'God to bless a Trinity Presbyterian c CM h t il 1 Youth for Christ Rally I IIg E. Nichols, Pastor!

)-",., fariuir tu 1'1| It\wle a just sod l lnrUl I to trace back the his j nation that sells gasoline and 717 Simonton'Street (Colored) k 1 ,
tNticr under which of the process by which religion -! PARKER U.S.N.
M.rnl I tory ; scrap iron to one nation with Sigismuad A. Lalng. Minister. Director. MAHAN
II.. ,......1. may live'" In l happiness became the champion of; which to destroy another nation' r 1 TONIGHT, 7:30 o'CLOCK: :1TFIRST I SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 AM.H. .
....,.tI... )." I justice; that the Hebrew prophetswere I I'
'II-.pc..il ,
How can we ask for the' bles- 11:00 o'Clock E. .
2>ch rUhTlie the ones who worked the 1 I Day Sup
sing of God upon a nation that
.Jpl,1 I Woi hi '
.. Morning >
week wonder. I I | II .
lewm tin* disfranchises millions of its citi-
J IO.1O( ; A.M MorniiME WiM.Iti.
..f one i f the I Sermon Subject
4 t from preachins God Bless AmericaIt zens because they differ from the Sermon Subject -LIFE-GIVING W: $*("
later .............. Zelianalu a pnar majority in color and race? "When Faith Falters" != =
.ier who. ministered lu the pw- is highly significant that offered How can we hope that God will Sunday School 3:30 P.).!. 1 Ii Speaker: WILLIAM. ILIFFE D. D. 1 Moining Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF. M.M ... II ;:ill
f llow- IIf the Hebrew prophets ,
during the I/M* Uwt: none which
ple ) bless a nation spends more Youth Meeting 6:30 PM. BAPTIST TRAINING UNJON. 6:38 P.M.
..1! heir terrible eslterienee in the any hope to the nation as,I for intoxicating liquor than for 7:30 o'Clock I Acting Pastor. Congregational Church = Mrs. Elijah Sands. Director

lUliyIonian. txile.VThere long as it permitted injustices no j:S; its total educational program for (I SPECIAL MUSICAL PROGRAM |

.to nothing; new in hisimwiiinc. I I matter how elaborate its religious j all ages and classes? Evening Worship _g Presented by 7:30 ".)1. E".nitte Wur Isit'
AH 'hiJJ'' 'rmons are! services at the alters might be I I ask God Sermon Subject !
How can we to bless Sermon Subject: "CHRISTIAN HAPPftfB66-
drawn from the teachings of "the I and by the same token it may be]'i.a nation that lives luxuriously "The Rock of Ages" ''i "Angelic Gospel Singers"From j
which is assumed that big church buildings -i iI
older pntphe.., by I while vast areas of the rest of theI
reat teachers. who I and elaborate services of Mon., 7:30: Missionary Meeting ': ( Philadelphia. Pa.) I WML KALLY
meant the I'I world starve? Wefliie*l1a'\'. 7:30 P.)).. DISTRICT
preached' to tho Pf't'1'1"' before the I worship are no more pleasing to| (Copyright; 194t l>y the international Tues., 7:30: p.m., Prayer ServiceFri i g WELCOME TO THE PEOPLE OF KEY WEST | Friday 70 P.M. Choir PracticeI

\ fade, His demand are the same, God than the ancient sacrifices of ]I I[ tion on Council behalf of of 49 Religion Protestant; Kduca-denomination 7:30 p.m., Choir Rehearsal ,I g COME . BRING A FRIEND g I
M them: they are to "execute unless they produce a sense !,!'.) 1 anmmmllnummllmlllllilllImnmllmnlflllltnHlflrJlfHllfmm! }OtNEHINiflM'iHlHlHlHldUH"IftIBfHml! 1=




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Public Invited REUTHER WOUNDED' IN HO3C.t. BY'MYSTERIOUS GU MANiJjj t ..;.....;...:;.....:;.....:.: ..; .................. ,.--.; ...... -", TAFT CRANKS THE C.O.P. ELEPIUVT

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j'; .r To Attend-Tea'!. Political Ajmounc ments j 3 r

'r-*, The, Public xordially Jm it ed>1 t D AQC.IIA ; ''PRn Y, MAlT 4, 19:18': ,

*to ittead an International 'Ten l: : 3 ..:. ;.:_ .:. ___......-._ _ -:. _ _k_"' ,_ _
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rUoiilar forrrf'5 6
mung Var.p.'i l Y t" .> For ..OorernorENGLISH I P._.County Commissioner '
m. it the Wesley 'house on f.
** CQ14 1 _' Fifth District >
eta Mrrrt. C. 4
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-f Girl Scout of troop 8.will pro f ; W. A, PARRISHForlSuperintendent ., i
,jnenf( the tea in completing their t For ,Governor'DANaMCCARTY !l ). : _x r
world Service Badg<} in the, In.ttcttstional -I t !l kJ
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.-. Pram will Field.be international.AfraUirine . z4r I 1Por*Governor, - H I r Public instruction ..

1: a solo in s b WILLARD M. ALBURY
: :Tr n7nlleadlnci7 Itusslan D.mh.1 wr 4 W. A. SHANDS +
:and various musical numbeSnMIts (BILL) i{, For Superintendent '
f will dress in typical 1 t
national costumes.' fIDj f,PnJ.JjCj.lptructioD- ,
I Fort State )f. f--tIl ;B'RYANTeA

f -I .I 3 f 1i- EPVl %;Itfq}: F R 1M :1;

r i For.State atnctmbeC. too /'.boll.r, \#h I For:I Supcxitcndent btIz.itructioa j jo i J

t, M,lGA 'm d Mt.'hYtt'f'. RUSSELL! I

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Sea to Joneses For.-State Superintendent\ ) ? For JWefnber; School Board I

, t' A sls-pound fifteen-ounce son I TOM p.. BAILEY i Second District
-was born at the U. S. Naval Hos- GERALD: H. ADAMSFor
.;" pitaJf Friday' to Mrs. Mabel .. For Circuit Court Judge j jGI'OUP : ..
Jatisgltasf '{;.Tie-Win ,C. Jones, ) I 'I'
i t j 6.. ..); UP wlr.pbQtuli.WALTER I ( One) I Member School J Board
I;,:, DMZ of the Navy Submarine I
Ha. P. REUTHER (right), president of the CIO's United Auto Workers Union was seriously :( ) Second District

T The little boy has not as yet wounded in his hone et Detroit Tuesday night by a mjsiericus gunman :who fired a shotgun For Circuit Court Judge I ALLAN. U, HAMPTONFor .
+1eert named. blast thraygh a kilchn window.:! Left: A policeman examines the window,gUss shattered by' the : h
shot. Reuther suffered uvere wounds in his ch'st aid on one arm., Dcctcrs said he will recover Group 7 (Monroe County) ,iMembeV'School' Board OHIO'S REPUBLICAN SENATOR: Robert A. Taft plyfsslly

I J* Son to Shines without losing, his arm. .'" ,, '; Incumbent I -;"Fourtb'DiHriJULIO winds the mechanism of a rampaging toy .*.>....* Meel.g .*.
A tevm-pound four-ounce son itt AQUILINO, LOPEZ, 'JR. 5 G.OJ label at a political rally its ArirUbUa. 0. 7W i..itec
the U. S. Naval Hoa- I JR.
bnrn at CABANAS
"was ,
is campaigning for the Republican pr-iiUmlW a.MtoMtte
:petal Friday to Mrs. Julia Shine. SAWYER NOMINATED i i WOUNDED KEUTIIER IN HOSPITAL For Circuit Court Judge .
wifr of Laurence J. Shine SU of be a candidate in Ohio s pttMwn fitmtrj Nay 4. ,
T FOR CABINET POST I Group 7. (Monroe County) For Member School BoardFourth' _. .
:the Fleet Sonar School Navy --
Candidate 'D tiid
I Submarine Base. G.O.P. IvFVNOTEH JEW: ;Izt1.: 1.t' .',\
M Tti* little boy has been named m .b, ). ISADORE WEINTRAUBFor

I rChanuntrn Claude. $ 1} FSt te' Attorney ...
Clerk of Criminal Court sass
r to Faltons GLENN C. .MINCERReitlectiat i r.ha tSANA
Daughter } ,
: .
<* Mr. and Mrs. HolUnd Fellon. 9 I c +
t' Nrf.au Lone. announce the birth e a ( w l i ; tutA
:SJ a ail ,.todjy tt 3:52 a.mThe i! For Statt. AUcnnCl !|i For Clerk of Criminal Court lit
t *. iw arrival weighed seven WEBSTER: Q. WALLACE J I '
.1IU'M ois. and was. born in \ihM&nicipai 1"KP7 j I I i I II
west Hospital.N.C.CS. L J I For Supervisor of I II
'.1 For State Representative | .
::..... ,_lIu M"''1 "nm,,,... For RenominationBERNIE 'I Registration t j ".J.' PAIESTLJE


IK: Duval Street i For State Representative For Judge Juvenile Court ( iNMr


PROGRAM Ii (Mickey) ,t
7 For Judge Juvenile Court .
j .. t j I ,
( >;<, \ For StateRepresentativeTOM ; FRANK O. ROBERTS t tJ aii
SATURDAY '. :: O. WATKINS i i IER KAtfMtt.rt.a.
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-l.-OO: I'M. '.GOO: H At.Picnic < : I .-
1I i For Justice of Peace
Fishing (sum uo in advance. ( !. r i
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r SUNDAY I For Sheriff ;+ First District i ...

MC:30 AJyL 11:30 AJyL--Communion < ,,,,,,' ,r FREp'O..:EBERHARDT i, IRA F. ALBURY ]1 i \ y, po'4., Mo.t,
Ilreakfa.1. White B: i For Re-election
Hat Club U. S. Sub Base 3- ..... I : ..+ ; :'i For'Sheriff i;1 (, TACKING teem UM MMaat
Carmel are (1Je....h tortes
t ,. 1:00: (2nd KM.Sunday.700). J1.M.-F'lSh1ng CHARLES SAWYER (above). i r RAFAEL' H. FERRER >ItJ | For Justice of Peace i{ haw virtually *ia4 ctrl of
'i Cincinnati lawyer and forme (Known as Mr. Grass and Chicho) > First District |
jr Trip (sign up in advance 4. tJ. j jr I I Haifa ((2V in northern PatotuM
Information services, housing ambassador' to Belgium hasbeen !tII s i PAUL BOYSENFor i. after bean all-m,ht f 9liti ..
nominated b Pre i.ent i For Sheriff ..
.day nu. *. ? ij 51'' a i Arab leaders in UM Haifa area

Ii; Religious. literature, library. Truman to be secretary of com j if > ALTON. GOEHRINQ; t! Justice of Peace GOV. DWIGHT H. GREEN el sued ff peace asking British
*jtelrphonea. stamps wrapping and merce. He was chosen!: to succeed f fw. .: } ., L,. ("'"Dutch")' t : '1; ':Second DistrictMYRTLAND # Illinois (above) has been aimed military autheriiie. to -cIiete.
I Sr mailing ,packages, railway ex- Averell Harrinwn. who J I II
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t Impress service I laundry pick-up has agreed to become "roving: I i For Sheriff I II .CATES, keynote speaker and ternporaiV -
. \ & available: to all defense. forces .ambassador" under the, European 'Al' tCsreph.Aat I e EVERETTiR. RIVAS -lzlij: : ; chairman el the forthccmmj -
:?and their families. Recovery Program. THE CIO'S WALTER Pi REUTHER. present of United: Auto '- -.1 For Justice of PeaceSecond Rep L1ic..n National

.r MRS. 'E. S. COUGHUN Workers lies in Grace Hospital at Detroit with wounds uflicted For Sheriff t District Convention d Philadelphia in i

f Executive SecretAry. BOSS OF THE: "ROCK" by a mysterious: gunman; The assailant fired.shotgun charge BERLIN A. SAWYER I' ROY HAMLIN June.LordSnysTlinl. 1 1
r through a kitchen windbw at Reuthcr's home Tuesdav night. For Re-election I'
Secretary. The labor leader was wounded seriously in the chest and on his -' )For Justice Peace J I i
P i .. . of ;;:: ;; 1 17k
.' d1dU 1>1 IIrtIIIII1IIDml"IIIIIt\\ 101What's : right arm but_ is recovering.REl'TIIEirS :: For Sheriff ;i Second District : 'IGP-.d.l

Doing I
-* at the For Clerk of Circuit Court I

*V. ARMED SERVICES r > .-, ':' { ,, )-.. EARL R. ADAMS ''| For Justice of Peace Cuitdidutp' Cunml

,. Y.M.C.A.\ For Clerk of Circuit Court Second District Observe Volin"
I Jackson Square. Whitehead t \ I SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN r :I
r x BENTLEYFor ,
.;,; and Southard Streets f. (SAM)
........I4I 'UI1IIImIIJIIIDIllJlmw! A complaint !lodged; with
# t County Tax Assessors i For ConstableFirst the Monroe County Commit- :I
I Saturday < f CLAUDE A. GANDOLFQj' District sicn today that cpmiidates> in
JT 8;00P.M. Movies. tai
forthconr.Inq primary alec
;:10:15 P.M.-Second Show feature I For County Commissioner RAUL A. CARBON LL tion were watching while the ..

'.. announced at the Club. a II First District For Constable absentee voting wad under

t .: ':UA.lI.-Java Sunday Club discussion tyz 11 JOE ALLEN j First District i i i flee way was in the emphatically county judge's denied cf- Fforido is h fir-D V4 d to
I I'I provide each .veteran of world.
Croup.1.OOA. CARL J. INGRAHAM i I later bv Judge Kavmond R.
.: .L-"Go to CHURCH |' For. County Commissioner ; 1 Lord. War .II. the best possibleopportwety .

P Parties." 'I First District For Constable i it The complaint was filed to pre,.... (M a4
; 3:00: P.M-c1assical Hour. ,. se- ; I J. OTTO KIRCHHEINER I First District "I lefnre the eonimissicners by to ofctoM; the (Mid ol |ete tfcaf

leetions announced. 1 I HARRY H. JOHNSON | Rafael H. Ferrer. who alleged fits his obinie. t. fee M a
$ t.-OOP.M.: -Fellowship Hour on .i For County CommissionerFirst that certain candidates were I decent heist to c....l.u IMS
.; the Patio. Community Smei DistrictW. t For Constable I| observed watchim while the education GAd so oftey, Me
lag Beatrice Moreno benefits of .
at the First District voters filled out the absertss I a yratrf ante OAnotion.
ballots in the county judge'soffice. Celia Et..t..... "mrf a
rlo.00P.M-Cotfee Hour FLONEY PELLICIER. veteran ties ....,. lot
iAP "
Camera Club "lr-p1H.to For County Commissioner, I
EDWIN B. SWOPE above ...:.... "It is unfair to the ether veterans' rlgals
Thursday Third
I at 8:00: P. M. ( ) DistrictCLARENCE i For ConstableFirst I
G. S. Q. meetings (Girls' SerF will succeed James A. Johnstonas HIGGS DistrictBENJAMIN I candidates." said Ferrer. For the bt infer*.. of o41
"' ic.: Organization), every 2nd warden cf Alcatraz penitentiary 3 c ; w .,go: "There should be curtains ; veterans and all Florida, vat*
w :
and 4th Monday. rajMRS. J. PIERCE placed in frcn of the voters for and
at San Francisco the For County Commissioner
upon ,
Game Room Chinese ; (Bennie) I so one on2 could observe!;
: Check-
latter's retirement Fifth District
April 33. At l.\l' W.rephuto) II "
Zfn chess rank, ping-pong, pool WILLIAM G. CURRY I them.
1 writing desks library, current present the Swope is warden of MAE REUTHER sits at the bedside cf her husband. Walter ; For Constable I Chairman Frank Bentleysaid
magazines various table games Correctional Institute P. Rcu her. president cf the CIO Uniled Auto Workers in For'County Commissioner I First District f the counts ccrrfn' s'A-t
--etc. at Englewcod. Cclo. 1 Grace hospital at Detroit. The night before. Hcuthcr was seriously Fifth district i BERNARD H. WAITE had no jurisdiction that it

Showers tennis rackets golf wounded by a shotgun blast fired trough 1 hIS kitchen HARRY L. HARRIS I was a matter that was entirely -
erlubs. fishing lines cameras ATLANTA WARDEN window by a mysterious gunman. For Constable in the hands of the county

Fhec king 'aervire. film service ., For County Commissioner ?' judge.
r"ilina and _._ Second District "This foolish." -
wrapping packages, - -- -- ---- --- Fifth District I I charge is l
j'tcnlvinl messages phone booths - JOE JOHNSONFor i JOSE ESPINOSA : said Judge LorJ. Tie candidate -
Stamps, railway express service, CJPID'} can pcssiblv see about i!
avaaabJ to SERVICE PERSON. : : For Constable I! 15 bet to; determine how the At ti.. a.7 In o.-u. P.a.y.h.d .
: Commissioner
1EL.r UJeigh. Davis Director. t" stRIKES I'OWN) ,.".i, Fifth District 1 Second District 0 I voters are ballots.> fill.na The in clerks their absentee in- t. .. N..-fII c'C.'of> I..,...

r Gerald ;Pinder-Program Di- mE.IN EDNEY PARKER CHARLES a PAPY ,: my office are not interestedin
.. tatter.i '
how the voters vote.
Pt 1.1
Beverly Buchanan Secretary.JJ I ItV.I'.1 6-8
An AP Newsfeatures C
Doreen Desk Aide.Cruz Information s II I I : JT.u D'.I.I1r.( I.Etu: : ( <
Glenn" (' .Mincer
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(Continued From Page One) Sun and Storm
,and leO Arabs. it was announced \ For ReElectionS

_today. ,...l\ ALL METAL

"': LONDON. -:'Europeans: : whoasktd.to ) i I S'tteAttorneyt
J felt the American Army DESPITE SHAPP INCREASE I:; IN u& POPULATION ot'EN-I 4 Dininctice Aunint<

,upon a report that the United PROM: 1940 TO 1947 THE; NUMBER; OP I .When CLOSED-tf a A I'er/ect
States Vas starting an' American C- SINGLE PEOPLE HAS DECLINED SHACF1Y. 1 /. PULL (i--- -_ 16-A CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED Shutter
rteague..\were told today that en. I. '> GUARANTEED' SHEET METAL
(war cure lJIEGUa';) ... LEVER NOT RUST OR HOT
JJstment in the United States Finished in Gleaming Enamvl-Youi Choke of
Army: limited to citizens of the Mincer prosecutes only Murder. Kidnap Monogram or Design'c.Ion.

United States only. The turn pointed warden of the U. S. clerk in the Atlanta prison 20"y ping and Rap cases. No case he has prose. Simple to Operate FHA Terms Model on De-aIIoa

-9.aas were misled by a speech IAi' \Vlr"pl1" penitentiary at Atlanta. Ga. He ars ago.Educali6n. cuted to a conviction has ever been re Installed LEE 61S. GIIEENE ST.

by-.or.Senator yropoM4 Lodge'a'ft.' Jo.army whichhe!'uf' all ol WARDEN..4ltc' federal WILLIAM penitentiaryoh.jLewisburg. H. HIATT },.,l Sanford.will succecd who..WardeaJose:is retirin'g.HIatt! > ylaW ,I'I'l is free"but'not com- I versed. : '- :.. ..'. by Phone BROS.for FREE Eslfii'tiof I I'IIO-. -. I E .t.. '

Pa. has i (Paid Political Advertisement)
aa11..commIU &ts. been j:
ap- + began his career as record. puLory in Colombia. 1


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: | .* .' 218 Duval Street .. j.GOMEZ :, .". .
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FURNITURE: COMPANY ,.:,': { : 101 Simonton Street .. .
Duval '* -
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.. . r4 _,...n-...;:' SEARS, ROEBUCK & COMPANY ';.
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SOUTHERN DAIRIES, Incorporated/ ; ;..:>< .
< 512 Southard Street .' "< :. ..: "
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I KrY.t ANA CIGAR COMPANY> . . : .> tIt .lKEY .
518 Southard Street i .
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527 and '21 Duval Street - "
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:MUMFORD l t .and, ROSS Refrigeration and Air Conditioiting.r. .. *'KEY WEST PFPSi-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY. "*' /Iii.:.ROBERTS' ; OFFICE SUPPLIES. AND EQUIPMENT.I' i : !. . ., I. ,
120. Dual Street .. ._. William M. and Sidney. C. Curry. Owners. ._
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215 Duval Street White and Division Streets :.J- .
: 800 Simonton Street

4X3 Front Street Division and Simonton Streets
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411 Fleming Street. :- .'- -. 1130: Daval Street : n MARLISMOTE h S
rF 614 Duval Street t ._'r ". Iota Division Street .. .. III
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j '" 312 Simonton Street
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72( Duval Street 117'Duval Street ". .. 716 Duval'StreetM4RTINEZ .
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Arc I u tour Grocer 3 LL3 Thai good
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HAUNTED HOLIDAY( conJ J Send Gift Boxes *
f1---.l fI'I : inaug- i ." "* .
To Enter 'j ,

I : By Cameron Dockery: 'Required I: nd.trip Key 1}f o 8ufopC1Sifl; ; AMERICAN mad CU At1 .COFFEETTT I i

a. N_"_' Under i First;shipment,, o{,35 gift boxes A Pound Todt -
Training Pending ; Invest-! 1 l by theJunior Red Cross la children -
Chapters "but it won't be 'easy A famous tion. "Why does anyone do any- t sucb an. in 'war devastated arks InEurope -

DERGEN. the SLerifl and Rice. name like Uttnntey. & means pub thing? 1 don't know the ,Inner Y 'West' and Asia was scnf_!today,
licity. The four-mile private road workings; of a criminal's mind!" CAPT. J ROBERTS OF LO-i that thee ire tttw!
-tot prosecuting attorney were should help some." The breakfast he had missed was I married men ana sm 1e. according to Mrs. Nathar\ epper.
I I both runt. efficient and troubled. "Hey!, For Jonah's sake. boss beginning to take its toll then CAL COMPANY good men who believe i in l'i traffic i chairman. ,.' '
the naval officer's ". MAKES\ enough to d [ : !* 'Letters received bjrthe American NEW
It 'wu'a loin. dusty ride from look at this! suddenly to sur- : I I ca sincerely .
'their The fingerprint: man's voice was prise ne winked at tbe sheriff. thing( -about"it. t << ; ,ofthe! Red Cross from all over the 1.1.-1.
town to
city aa they ,were up shrill with excitement and the "Say Bergen this :begins to TIIIS- POINT IN DRIVE' f "Enlistments arc open 'f j world tell the story of how cJe.*-
to a political) case Involving others hurried over to him. "Now look lice case Jobanson." 1t. l cally and mentally Lord ] tho gifts are needed and
the other end of.the county. They what?" Bergen said irritably. The other eyed him.'curiously : FQR EMBERS''---, !. pcrately BIKE MOTOR
; purpose
between theagesof l7 ; how appreciated
made DO to hide their re- : deeply they are '1I
"This knife. It's been wiped then ion e d. "Darned if it I '
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I set at seeing Vince had more clean but- get this boss -just doesnti"Johanson! .-' InJtdi sings tilt pTcieiiL rev:0 lien oyer 35;>> may) enlist, : tha 5S. t I Originally these boxes contained .
or' lest taken, charge and they within the last nail bourl A damp ?" The name"ra.w.... 4:4rultmg drive throughout the'i pcnd/rjK/ ,one [' vion : proper just toys and other small ;,
\ went at once: to the game room. rag-there's still traces of moisture bell somewhere in Vince's mind. -Stat or.l1o yiccxjand (2) provided P. & ,0,1 j articles but during World WarII
Rice crossed over to the shapeless !" Johan aa'y"tfi'Natianat ths.GiTard's' ma of the '
I "Sur -the great Whiter 1 ''Peet. : high" and since the end war : --.
raasr beneatn the billiard Vince felt his scalp creep. "The son. super sleuth extraordinary Guard the 'quota foe the State 1'and mentalrequirenieirtts."Our ; its user the emphasis has been on school: ----.;:>>
1 table cover He stared at Manniey doors nave been locked since we and pride of the Pacific north-;. being 484rmen' by the-'30th of State'Adjutant Ir. >
with' cool appraising eyes. .*. found Mannley's body. I've had west. Tbw men laughed in ,uni_ .' June this year.y: .Capt. ;Will ;E. i reminds US that la : of 1 and health supplies.The that these sat
Tm but Td he'sbeen the keys in my every minute PI significance
coroner pocket son. RgbertsCommapdin
I no say Officer -
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II members.of the t | was the realm of international :
since then. -What's funny about him boxes have in
:dead since about two this so of U\e\ local unit, drought out the ,
'I{ AM. Stabbed directly above the "You had the \.ers. What about': then" \ offers which ;'tlire"'New did not have to register ; Mallory_ understanding' and ,
t r heart Where's the weapon" that door*" He pointed, Mann.i ""It's the situation! that s humor foflovVing lective' Service."Furthermore. i to friendship cannot 02 over-esti ,.
1 National Guard makes I
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I "If It.. here It's under him. We ley's room. ous. not the: man." Bergen ex- prospective : .". Flor- 'I mated. 1 J
\ f haYen't touched anything" said "There's another door leading I plained. ""The .three of us were recruits: not required to enter Mallory Schools that participated in the
Vine. from that loom to the halL It was I planning nuntmt tnp out th s 1. The opportunity td serve training under the. |I I I ; -
; : wereDivision
arose as first shipment 4 fGr
\ I It took tour of them to lift locked from the insldeVince I county cast came uo and so- Rice your country at home. :.
ing bilL 'They must be of i and Senior High H
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Manniey to another position explained. "Luki was told to see and I couldn't go. Johanson }) US Street Junior
There was no weapon, but Vince that no one enter-d" stopped by City Hall vesterday 2. A choice of ,training under Guard prior to t I and St. Peter's Parochial.Teachersponsors .
stood up suddenly glancing Grimly the sheriff pressed a to gloat over us: he was all riggedup combat-tested instructors... law."Parents i the dock I I : are Mrs.
around the room. wall button. "Let's check with in new togs and ,happy as a. .1 I '3. Valuable technical instruction who do not J ; and the, I Leota Sommers.. Miss Katherine
"1 have an idea. he said. "Last this Luki. lark. -, I ; broad:l experience in.organization have their sons leave 618)1'a.&; West Lowe and Mrs. Dcnora Mingo.As 5io 5
I night Mannlev war showing me a Vince brightened. He had beenon ecivc military training
andleadership, : Ow-
the Hawaiian arrived his I i i
Samoan pear divers knife. Instead VyilEN the point of telling them of his the t :
vited to '
study ,
vessel tinse after a shampoo'
of returning! it to the wall was set in an emotion own professional experience as a I 4. Regular Army pay, a fuli : a
,he PUt. it on the bar. less mask. If he had any feeling: private detective but if they were day's pay.for each weekly 2-hour ment carefully In the witch hazel removes traces, of
The prosecuting attorney afterglance ove; Mannley's death it was well getting this expert down he'd 1 Armory training period ,and each if your son is a : ; : Soap and leaves the hair .oft.
a at the long bare bar concealed. wait. No use repeating .himself day of summer field} training. National Guard prior to : its ship clean and sweet smelling.! 'I
I shelf walked over to the displayof "When did you leave off watchIng and there was so very much to I theGuard. actment of the Universal cons-- w..&. "- 4.... '-
hunting knifes. They included the room!" the sheriff asked repeat be realized with a sinking 5 "Uniforms furnished by Training bill, he wilt ; : that : r:':'::' I iS m Y. r. -II'/ 9 :

; everything from a Malay kris to him. sensation. to- participate \ : : ntizcmI with conditions considers I ....'........y.... .....- ...... ...
an Igorote polo: he whistled. "See "When the Commander returned Why had fate singled him out : 6* Full credit- for 'jour seryicg quired ' tJ I ;; William- there is suffici:=nt summer travelto I ..is die....w.ss_. i... It..
It here?" in the car sir." He said Why had he glanced at his watchat in the; National Guard to training. can )lx warrant the undertaking>; of
Vince pointed to the mother-of- immediately.Vince exactly two that morning Karat longevity'fn the Regu-
Earl. handle and smiled as Rice groaned., *"That was over ,' when he had noticed that Dr. Jar: Army. Navy.Coast!? .Guard.. or. swell deal a ft'Uow' : 4ts plans ;and. Havana," said a wcll.lmuwn I 3fO Division Street
: a warning "Don't touch an hour ago! I wanted you to Palmer's bed was empty? 'WMy Mafme good money. in hi. ; j
I it!" How often he'd said the same watch it until someone relievedyou. had he been the one to,see Sonia Corps. 1 1i get valuable technical, ; !: this citizen today _ PHONE 1H6
: thing with the same anxious into- I thought you understood .Deveraux on the terrace %t the ': 7. Faster promotion for qualified I get paid while learning $
nation. "1 doubt if you'll find any that. Lufcu" very time'that Simeon Manniey ] men who gct:in now. I lot of fun, and meet l Wes 'APPEIROU1HS'Remember.
prints on it." "I am sorry sir It was neces- was in all probability heaving his i s. AllffraJiorraJ CJuard social .ft a rather
"Why not?" sary for me.to help in the kitchen. : last gasping breaths in the gameroom .and rec i ational tIvitit'S. croup of men in the new 3 3is
I ; 'a" rt>m- t I MOTHER'S\ )DAY
-It would be 'a pretty stupid ." below? !S". A Itrandya '- to renew old Guard. Our National ), 0.I . i
murderer who'd go to all the Rice looked at the servant as And why had he seen despairand make guard the Peace. Get P. &
trouble'of replacing a knife without though he could commit mayhem another stronger emotion- acquaintances. .end.. new, I facts by visiting; the SUNDAY MAY 9ihGire
wiping it off."We'll ." with ease then curtly dismissedhim. was it hate* bedded deep in friend, i tional Guard Meeting :I C i.I i.
Me.Rice motioned to He walked around the room Sophie Mannley's pale irises as 10. The sincete respect of.your:; 5..
the fingerprint man who had accompanied examining the doors. she stared at her brother across friends and neighbors."In Armory, at the corner ST 5.. tier f Gift /nunThe
them to Kalanu. "Put These are very ordinary locks the gleaming black wood of the the new National Guard. and Southard streets any

your eyes back"their sockets probably plenty more keys in the long!: dining table? there is a minimum of time devoted evening at 7:30 o'clock >> wher
and check house to fit them. Or . he Why had he been the one to to 'clo e-ordcr drill said : Store Of fashion'
It was evident that the law was hesitated briefly; "someone could overhear the angry voice of the had yaw I \
Impressed with the lavishness of have beebiding in Mannley'sroom likable Dukane raised! in quarrel Capt. Roberts. You arc trainedin The Egyptians a : ____ I
the game' room. The sheriff's until you left then wiped with Mannley only two hours be- the use' and'maintenance of tinguishcr containing line r ,
mouth twitched. "What set-up the knife clean of fingerprints. fore his death? all kinds of equipment training pump as early as 300 B. Fittings
for the tabloids! "Why would anyone hang And what about Julia* an Inner which can greatly increase jour 'I
Vince frowned. hope you'llbe around for hours after committing voice insisted. Where was earnfhg power as a civilian.You'lJ Fabricsoiorful
able to.keep the press under murder Julia Manniey at two this morm- have considerable opportunity and . C
control. The attorney turned on Vince. lag? ALBURY ?
"We'll try. Bergen promised. his voice breaking with exaspera-i (T* be ee.u....) to lead skills of your 'I
_. choice and perhaps, a chance NEON --1
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1775 News of the battle off A MacConnell. lector of staff writer is the guest of R, C / ,
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Mrs. James Rust at her home.
f Lexington: and Concord only
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: At 9.30: a. m. Monday the first .
flve'days late-so slow did news
:1 travel those days.lsoo.The convention business session will RIDING r .
: : get under way. '. :iere will be an I It
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war on Spain,the United formally States-Germany -, the flag, including the singing of was going up the ramp of the : . '\ .
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ity. by delegates; addressof down the embankment ,
1914-American forces take responses I 3
welcome by Mayor A. Mail- Both of the men Gene S. Meek .
Vera Cruz Mexico. '
land Adams; response by President and Clarence R. Gills suffered r'J. :
1934 Publication of the silver
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holders discloses that two of the Talton; a preliminary report compound fractures of their '. .
of the credentials committee right legs Gillis,had bad cuts on '
ehagitators: :s for silver legislation :;: .. E
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silver stocksforspeculalion .
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made up of Australians and New will be a luncheon at La Concha motorists, who called Lopez Funeral r ii

Zealanders seek to escape Greece Hotel for exalted rulers secretaries Home in Key West. The ti ,

/ by:>>a :as Germans pound Greek : State Association officers Lopez ambulance carried the tI : 1c4.a (t ,fC 7 ,. Stripes} =
-- /1 I ports from the air. past state presidents past district men to the Naval Hospital here: 5. ,. .
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debate as UN votes to keep Iranon !
1946-United States grants Poland t g 5.
the agenda.1947Sen.
,$40,000,000 on promise'of '= .
free elections there. Taft of Ohio opens I i : ,1h4liraou-Jet (:fI" """s
i 1947-6 high Gestapo leaders I I debate on labor legislation 11. : BOOK,; COTTONS E C: /:.," Unit its. \alnImlitiii

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school> Uic Boston Latin School i; II : proudly when fmnh 3d!

founded : matching buttons marching -I : 1=
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the' Revolutionary War to the ;( e ill down( the front. Dorris Varnum f fI : New . Beautiful . Styled to Today =
shores of Ensland-enters the' 4qaI'7FURNITURE I. E
harbor of Whitehaven and fires'j I I. has styled it for you in wonderful, -I II' SlISIMKlT1 DRESSES fur CruIUitliuli; =
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as Gen, Washington arrives in riji 0't l : Showing New =

then capital city to take the Pre- \ : In pink, blue maize green lavender. .. : GO1Vr; \ I.II'S :

tidenlial oath as the first Prcei- (I REFINISHED WITH I -I II : LINGERIE I'I \:\.I IES: |I'\J \\1 1S :

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same; day.1843The. I 1 I: I If I VISIT OUR LARGER
last day of the RkTWIN Showing A Large Selection: : '
world according to the Millerites- DRESS SHOES anfj SANDALS
of LADIES' New Summer :
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1835, The Gridiron Club. I I Washday Is changed to wash :
Washington, D. C. holds its first Let us help you hour as this Dexter Twin Freeman and A'l/A'/V BUSH S'we3jor Men t'elfrn Shoe far Children' :;I :.

banquet. I I1896Edj..iJD'S with painting problems Tub-the triumph of washer !i! : See the new styles in beautiful SHOES: , forn"\lfJ :
Vitascope presented your dependability washes Coati Shirts in Cool' Mesh Materials. -' ,.,...
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vaudeville bill-regarded as :
the Dexter Twin Tub washes : Also showing new styles in MIRACLE TREAD ) :

the birth of the movies. t HOMEAPPLIANCE cleaner quicker, easier. . . and FRENCH MODERN: SHOES. '. 1l4.m1 .
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