The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00516
 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 26, 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).
 Record Information
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: UF00048666:00516
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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:: "'01.. UNIX ;No. IOU KEY WEST FLORIDA MONDAY Al'IIIL 20, 1948!) n __ ( : >i Ci'fy


,I, low Weekly l Summer Rates !' Cityls I Trying To IIJAST I I frLORIDV PRESIDENT ELKS\ }HERE OF; 1 1 Bohon New President f Palace Thcalcr %

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CENTRAL HOTEL Opp.Station Bus Regulate Garrison ! OF WAKCKS; G u- I
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New BaHvrr *.d !%.*.
In connection with inquiries, BEST Low ........ .
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that hav lycn made fiom time 6RADF .May Kf .'trt fill ,
to tm'" as to the slatu>. ot twats -at- ,
L. Bohon. Jacksonville was elected president of the
I A.SAWYER moored on Garrison Bight j ; tulliLial > ';:!u \\ .MHH.I.I.KMK,: ..
Ll MIMIK \ VRD Florida State Elks Association. Inc. at the first general session of
said that the PHOftC 1441.
today recent -
TELEPHONE 816 the 42nd annual convention hold this morning at the: Key West Lodgeof
!E.E E. ordinance passed was for the :I Elks Clubrooms. ........................
purport of securing some authority
oveltht> use of property 10- I i The delegates of trt'' 43 Elks LfKigt throughout UM .cofk hen tI

Your SHERIFF (Continued On Page Eight; JUSTICE ALTO ADAMS of I I GOODYEARMarathon elected: the other, offictrs do;: fallows --, t

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Frank O Conn Pa'iokcc
{ I yi ii.i It'll: . : of Florida a past president of CasingsS1293 of the ">.,utliwt- tiiM mn '
the Florida Elks Association vice. president ef the southeast .
t i I.M'bttlhM; : ; : ; DR ADY 5 I ; I division of the Elks Assnatun.James : Claude L. J.hll-on Tall..haCOl1t1ut..d :- .
introduced today the 1 t'r \
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I .I,I. .. If -forCHOICE : session of the annual convention !i 1()Of) x 13 Sweeney DtLjnd: vice
i president i of the tents! division
in Key West. Judge Adams al. I I I \ "'\ ideal "
POULTRY :JSO95IMX i- I j Hush VdURhn. St. Augustinev .
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1214 White Street Phon. Mil form of the Grand Lodge of j'i division

usKi( ) CAKS(:l AIMMOVING Ia. """" .-""A"-.-,--w.m----a..6.. I _. *f 10 aanoi4l convention i i! L. M. Strickland. Tallahassee.vit'c Uj ,. .: V .
; will be held at Philadelphia Shop F. 'E ;
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() t 1 (; FAST ,' beginning July 4. and Judge 1 divt- Th. w"" 1,1,I that. ... .........S ut>..itAMI -
r Tom, Watson Adrms will attend the meeting i i 1 426 WHITE ST. PHONE 65 :ion ","'1". thin ....' ...... en r.. .. N.I
J Charles Pent T.-nna. hot tiu< -
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we HAVE: . the supreme court of the Grand i.-- at Twin ttrothWT PETER J. ROSS Key vVest I (:tindnt'ile /or Governor j Lodge. 'n4,' .In ... -r-. .*.. I'< ....
'"7 l-SnM Club Coup Like New. __ _____________ Hear! Hear: Hear. !
.41 Ctovroltt. 4 Dr.. Very Clean district deputy of the grand exalted I I .. POOR OLD CRAIG Monroe\ Motors, 'lot. \"*" .N k w. have UVfJMDAHf I n.VThat's
Excellent ruler fo the southern i! PITI.I.? FRANKBENTLEY the WMl MM**. .. .of
41 Plymouth Club Cp _[ 1 '
Paint, c SKU\Ib SI VI ION }rifer friendly Ford Denier QUALITY o* all >. a Hlttlt,es
41 Hwdsa. Conv New TOD. Florida division introduced umm I
40 Plymouth.. 4.Dr. An A-l CarOpposite was :- ,; Plastic Nn-Flo! Division at Francis Phone 9134 _ -- or an>h...rv rkc 'fa he MCPCM. .
., this morning at the opening t i n A81.tothY: NIMU IMMV ( *. I c
NAVARRO Inc. Bus station business session of the Florida l.''Vult't 'Walton.. IP/if/ ;l AUTO PAINT 1 1Roy's : Discuss His Candidacy: for Yale Tires & Tubes -- ARE HONESTY Art I 1 I. I T ,
Key West Auto Part 9r 12PG CLEAN CHARACYR! R, ... .
........................ Elks AUCKiation.Reelect CLERK of the CIRCUIT COURTWKWF ?
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I was born in Bomfay Holmes: WARREN tr mDn'IOVEAt meets Every Enrtfru "West >..
I County. Florida. March 17th. I DEPENDABILITY-
1895. Admitted to practice: I
For Rc-Elalion I _ .., law 1920: also admitted:: to ALL Florida's Candidate For Governor I .j '"
( practice: in the United States: t 1'I
:I I District Courts: United 1 "WE have good colleges and universities in Flor I
StateAttorney I States Circuit Court of Appeals I ida. I know. I attended the University of! Florida II
I 3 rnd the United State 1 1w myself! But today, at the rate Florida is growing -,
r Supremo Court. Has prac: i we need even better ones-universities second to LISTEN ,
PULL --- l k hoed: law continuously: for none in the country! That means better living i ii
. LEVER G I 27 years. i I quarters for students just as much as it do's better TONIGHT '
1 salaries for professors-adequate buildings as I I
'MIMIIl" : f/M lillllHII.. }' and, Member Jacksonville; City 'I well as higher scholarship recognition:. '
I Council 4 years. lrt Asi..tant -
l Ulltlr.1l.rerfnnntd: tin- Count Solicitor. Crim I II at 5:55
I Fuller Warren knows will insure a decent break !
llntunf S7 (I7/. inOHMADuring mat Court of Record. Duval
I and understands the for the aged and infirm in "
Ills Term t,j Ofjue16A 1 County 8 years. Member problems of the people of the matter of old age as- J
I' N -t. '..1u, .n.. . t Legislature 8 years. -1 this great Slate. He wants sislance. Furthermore. asa :
I P. GUY CREWS is well better public school sys your Governor. you will :
I. -ELECT- qual'f led to serve you as tem. Warren insists on an be able to see him-with- Jititrr lhl.ir\ \1 I..
-- . I ATTORNEY GENERAL. I II adequate Public Health out having to "see any Spcaki.ig: On Behalf On"T i
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and Welfare Program that one" first!

This Concerns You, Taxpayers: I I Attorney General 11I It 1 ill (I//T* <'mle' I Win WithWARREN ALL FLORIDA'* I Judge !

Do you bail... that any official cf this county should; b:: allow !! OF FLORIDA > ""rIf' ami CANDIDATE I II

.d to operate bu oil ice with an unlimited expense account: : Perhapsyou Subject: to Democratic: Primary Si 1 FOR GOVERN GITHE Circuit Judge. Group 1 1Ht.
were unaware that at the 1947 Session of the Legislature I 1948 "I'llIr'i

your former representative introduced acd passed House: Sill No. i (1'_,,,u_I "I._'" .._I \.h0.00. ,,,, ,,, __ PObbcClI .d.. paid ion Ity kinds 01 Full Wan.,,.'___ I
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+* 831. which in substance: requiresthe
Board cf County Commissioners .
t all office regardless -
? pay expenses IIF; fir" IK: In; ..n: .'.n'
of amount 01 the Tax

dition Assessor to of his Monroe guaranteed County.salary in ad-It NOTICEOur RUSSELL
will no doubt interest you to con
sult the official: records: on file in FRED 0. EBERHARDT .
Store Speak InM ..;...1 .1 .1.1.ndatay ,
the Office of the Clrk:: of the Circuit -
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q; Court cf this county and find
out the amount of expense for the WILL,r CLOSE'fUESIi / -_-_-' PHdMI-MM-M I ..I

Tax Assessor's office: that his 11 HI,II I'"'' NI 4 ttet ,

4*.. w county was compelled to pay fo;;; ) \)' CANDIDATE FOR SJIERIFFTONIGlIT
the year 1347. !

Why was> this law passed al 6:80: P.it J: a __ TomorrowTuesday

APRIL 27TH 6:45 April >?'*

WHY ? ? ? Fur approximately, ; ;' one at :: HI

m.,./. In wt eyrie fixtures.

ll't Ti".E'ur.f I (: ,"" lr- r' 17 C Sorry. to IIUOIHententeJkfHI. r 6:35: P. M.

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Public mil he ailtited

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re. ... .rlit : .. ; ''LOUISA'S IKITER r
.: Pafctlaha DaBy except 8.nday. by Radio Programs I
. ... r. A.T" ow..r ... P.bRsberRoRl1ArD.ARTMA..a..M..lta.aser Congress will adjourn about June 18 I .' : "I

r. From The Cltlmen Building- if the;legislators have their way f jut) with ......................i.) i i !9 1 1Dear

.. Corner'Gfwene and Ann Streets I ..... Louisa:

_. Only DtUj.4..Mp.r Monroe County la Key 'V eat and two-thirds of the time consumed, thereare Daytime Summary I -' r I have a good thoughtful Iwais" d .r Rest wstyi bait ttt.. I

:- issues to be determined. I Selected pryrami.d lctd ...... disagree OR l5iad that Y .. .. 'roe. I
still we
many is one thing
tater.0 at Key Weet. Florida, aa second class matter are broadcast it the same time Man.Or :
..' e/r Tax reduction has been enacted and through Friday.. Easter. local .( that every man with BttIe cIIiNNa .Md. M'e. -- tM 1
MRfaRa'OP' TUB ASSOCIATED! PRESS! time. Far central
The Aaanrlatod Press la ezclaslTelj entitled to for mountain: subtract subtract two ana hour hour*. i but he says he doesn't trust 61ni.sat..a U --- ilia
the world-aid been In
4 ..* for r.|r m.rtko of all news dlsp.Uhea. credited. program has passed. f fI brother lost money in Gee oi tieth .. .... ... -.i that wlw 1..

t I SIRS. It tko or tee not l otherwise wewa imBlished credited aere.Ckaa In. this paper and addition, four of the twelve regular appropriation APRIL 26 THROUGH APRIL 30 : ' Q is 0 uN va?rON FoR ft leaves us will be fat his Bean to (furs ..... ..... dos' naps ;,

.1MC.lrlJO; !( RATES hills have been passed by the, ... ......... 'I hcvel7F t large salary end we are aWe to Me1r sell a i.w tidlsw. a.t b I

-: Tor _*!.... House and one has gone through both Iao-R..e71Doollln: N. TBbc % ,) month. It anything tboukl b ..... I rII kaOW eh1... t

fis U nika LOO Breakfast Club *ba I would do have tteee ... ..... .... I haft DO leay
if ,.,.. ... 2.15ADVERTHmG pr as we
"tu j. House. and Senate. The other even are -OkIahoma KounOop-(!M k
;-. Moaitk. 1..' Ozark Valley. .I1..bs Which do you think B!! nasW. j
tltl.hlr' .25 still to be reported by the House Appropriations 4reta 1Dytl' i iI
10-00-Fred I
Waring IiiJtew-JlbcI
Music For You-cbMr I about
11... Saws! on Application RATES! Committee, but, even so. the Story Drama-abet WORRIED WffE. I .

.. schedule is much more advanced than last 10.30 Halt-Hour Hour of Serials of -abe 1 I +' MO0rfc !
,-.. All SPECIAL NOTICE reaolntlona'. when June 30th arrived without a bay It \Vtlfc iJaalc-mbs =1.I I
readier itotlrca. cards of thanka. year I think Your husband wmM I
11 of reoport. oMtuary amticcev poems etc:, ,will be 11:80-Arthur Godfrey Show-cbst Dud yw It.... ..... teat ... I
C charred for at In* rate ef..!. rcata a line. single regular appropratiorrbill ffla: ted. Breakfast! In HoIIrwood-aba be wise to take the few .nasWI > .... ........I t fcr 'wj...... :
Nota.t_ entertainment br churches from which 11:3G-Bea Alexander Show-mba he able'to bank each iMwrtls 1 1t !
a r.*.._ la to be derived are i ceata a line.The Issues that still seem to require action 11:45-Ssrlala J 14 Drs.cbsAft.ra.ee I II is endowment ,_ W v.< *-, Nttl rnafee. .1Ynlen .
Cttlaea ta BJ opAl forum and Invites dls- II I and apply it on aa ) rtev. a' .{Scala ..
.. Oaten of public ewes cad ambjeeta of local oreaeral include the demand !of some congressmenfor policy which mature ta twcpt? S111a11
I..r.... bat It will not publish anonymousINPROVE34ENTS 12:00-WelcomeTraveler) I ...-...!
_m.a tern t loaa. an expanded Air Force. The other Kate Smith Speaka-*-mba aba i years. In that waj h* guurdsagainst Aa article writes '

defense recommendations, like temporary 12:30-Words and Music-n bo I leaving you in poverty m aflAa a** by .<.... wtr, 14 *
Daily Band Concerts-mba case he dies, and if he lives he ..

: FOR KEY WEST I Selective Service and Universaf Military 1CO-. Jiuftlc Halt Hour-obc has saved so much money at the mat a.trip< ....to U.the........mt....iW4taHMM ..' '
:. ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZENS Service, will get some attention; as well a* 2:00 1 lift--Tbe FOOT Happy Hours Cane er Seriate-inb*aba end of twenty years. As to net- ...JaT>J.a1 late ---.. sat 'I

w the appropriation of $3,000,000,000 for Queen tor a Car-mb2JO .. ho trusting the insurance have empumes west atyaMl gar*" .* ... K...wuts
raiartin brother must joined -
-Bride and Groom abd ,
.: of the national mili- I smmanaoaSata.wrl rants( tkniI--iy M /*_ wm |
1. More Hotels and Apartments. emergency expansion Block Recordsmbs7:00Double __ _ !(t some small. local company or *5p &NtRl dadd eI- Iwaawk y., .
or Nothing-cb "
i. 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. tary establishment.In : some wildcat orgaiuzatiMi for i1 *.
Be Seated-abc se htl.i vela tasO a tip ft.* I
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.. 3. Airports Land and Sea. addition the Civil Rights Program, 1.30 The House Party...cbs \ Plan Green Belt there are a number of abeeleMelyreliable tMw at y*J wart* tie b* iau,1 My
Paul WbUwnaa ReCOrdabo companies. ra ui aiUy
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4. Consolidation of County and West In t tDays late ,Mir mall. ua> lorkm I flees
advocated by the President, will probablylead 4OO-Hlat.Hunt Quiz- ba Key known which he will find to be
: City Governments. 4.30-Winner Take AM .
j 8. Community Auditorium. to action on anti-lynching and anti- Treasury Band Stand-cba-abo For Stalingrad perfectly safe. I.etc.It r..aIy it JIUW atf,. U attaad 4 i
selfish '
poll tax bills. Legislation to permit en- IOO-School or the Air-cba Gone By I think that a man is very .dt.oI talk tie hike, a eft++ad,t taattTlar
Kkklie' Hour (west repeat 1 ar. and thoughtless if he m able
later)-abc and mba MOSCOW.- AP). A green .
will also be noCA
trance of displaced and doe
persons to insurance
a 1:4: *-Lum and Abaer--cb3.east AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF. belt around Stalingrad; including I carry I :.oUl3A.
sought. In addition, housing and aid to education good many criminals are recruited ..
THE CITIZEN OF forest belts, parks and orchards, I, from the ranks of those 1
MONOGRAPH\ are matters that may get serious APRIL 26. 1938 j is being laid out to protect the I Ir '.children whose mothers are left i: Adde.as Yew L s.n Mt .

: To the Visiting Elks: attention. Extension of the Reciprocal NETWORK PROGRAMS I1nIuWUIuC11i011n00nil! nflll1CJP*li1llgUI8: .,j!city from sand storms. The greenbelt penniless and have to defend on :, "-LCHH6A-. O. BOX ltd
Eastern Local Tim. For central" the indus- s.Ca
will girdle Volga Oraa4.bvy. j
; Hi..Bill! Why are so still? Is Trade Agreement Act beyond its expira- subtract one hour, tor mountain According to lentative novicesreceived I with charity or relatives for ciMh jt
you trial in broad arc
subtract two hours Some local stations from the Committee i' city a' and food. Even though the math?r ---t I

I. the rain dampening your usual aidor? tion in June will cause a great political local schedules.change hour Last of minute relay ,.program nt Pro Hdmenaje Rosillq m Havana, both ends reaching the waterfront I I is able to work, her doing CO, Subscribe to The Cttue.--: t.

,; THE ORACLE. controversy. changes cannot be included. which is sponsoring the May ; Hydroelectric engineering out of the home, leaves'her children weekly

r There are other matters which have 17, 25th anniversary of the first i projects. involving the construction also-J''i motherless' as well as fatherless . . a Ma lip" '
I : MONDAY, APRIL 26 airplane flight from Key West to of a system of reservoirs I and compels them 'to grow STRONG ABM BRAIVD COY'TRIUMI'II

I.: not yet been acted upon by Congress, but, Eve.!**; Havana by Domingo Rosillo Tbe have been started. Hot winds up with little care or traiI n&.

THE FIGHT CONTINUES in view of the advance of the convention :00-Vews Report. IS Mln.-nbo flyer will fly to Key West accompanied !i blowing from the vicinity of the I think every man bw_ this !

Newscast E.e.Daycbe: by a squadron of Cu- Caspian where there are deserts, much protection to little childrenhe I COFFEE I
months it is not likely that anything will
:Network Silent Hour-aac-east I far northas
Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-west I ban air force planes. 1 have long prevailed as has brought into the world t MILL ''
It seems clear that retail merchandising be done. The items listed in this article :1stlworIt Silent (1 br.)-mtw-east I Stalingrad. If the green beltis i LOUISAiDeal' I I
Kiddies Hour (repeat>-mbs-we t : at ,
= has just about gone the limit in paring will be enough to take up the remainingtime :15-*ports- Music Time-nbo Phil Barney, associate editorof successful there will be a ra- i Louisa-: !.>I
In ily Opinion.Talks-cbs the Tampa Tribune accompanied dical change in the city's climate, mother objects to my u )RC AU Grocer
of Congress.The .
.; Its profit margin in order t'o reduce prices, .3O-Lum Chicago and Abner Orrbestra-cba-east repeatcbe.welti:45Newt : by Mrs Barney, were arrivals it is stated. i ii I lipstick and rouge in school. . . . . . .1

... to minimize price increases. : br Three-nbc in Key West last evening'over i i, -- - _
prevent or
or drift to war has reached the stage Lowell Thomas (repeat 11)-cba: the highway for a few days' ,"MY GUEST. OF KEY WEST" ,I

:- All kinds of stores, including the chains where both sides are seeking to establishthe 70-The Supper BeuJaJt)Club Show-nbc-baaja-cba visit, and paid a pleasant call at (Sing, Dance, Whistle It) 1 1 1w AXIIItA'S. OtttITA1Ht>Ri

:News and Commentary *b The Citizen office this morning. (Advt.) 1 OYTaoAa.l
= and the independents have voluntarily '
line-up. Fulton Lewis Jr.-robs ar ,t
7.15-:News and Comment-nbo > : I
.fr reduced their mark-ups in the last year. Jack Smith and oag-4ba: Organization meeting'of the LEGAiSOTH i irs TMIo Maw

THE END OF OUR CIVILIZATIONArthur Daily News- ollUJlental7-abc Dinner Dntembs1:30Mary .- Key West Lions Club, which was I .. I
In many cases, the margin between an > '*- t'\HHH H. .TlTIOl
; Osborne Trio-nbo schedueld to have been held 1: AR .% '
overall profit and loss is very thin. Bob Crosby Club cba tomorrow night, has been 'postponed -. .: :SOTICK I4 UKRfcB\ 'f'K> that }

i This does not mean that retailing will Koestler, Hungarian novelist I Lone Henry Ranter J. Ta7JormN1:45Kalteaborn Drama-aba to Thursday. 7:30 p. m, in j I the undrraigurd business; un..lr d..lring the to rk.tiUou"engagein :

Comment-nboEd a local hotel Ora E. Chapin, special i of Division street liendixr.JHome
in any way relax its fight against infla- and political commentator now l living in.. furrow, News-dIa reoreserrtative 'of Lions**! !] name .L ulnS7:' 1012 Ilvb.ion vt ota. . ? 0.

tion. It won't. But it does illustrate the England but on a lecture tour in this coun- S.80-Sports Cavalcade Comment of America-me* -BOO ternational said today. j 1; stret-t rBi..ler He'.wtst said fictitious, Florida n.;.m intendsto .- with'-I IMonroe s.. afaewl

fact that your storekeeper, whether he I try, points out that if totalitarianism win lacer CUSti" San< ette,:tueo.Skit Mystery-cbs-abc .', I i i the Clerk of the. Folrlda."Irt"Ult Court "r '
i "> i ; Count S18 870 II's frwly f.......bUI L Yawait
': ha a big organization small is : the present international struggle, it will Tbo Falcon Adveaturs-mb. Mi Mary Sullivan of Key i fated April'I'., 1 l">4x. .
or a one .
'-30-Howard Barlow Conccteboiodfrey West is a contributorto, the cur- J I i ,in 1., Own rapj .batave it.tried yew gee IIf' .

i f. .l severely restricted in his ability to do anything mean "the end of our civilization.""
i about retail prices. He must pay There is something worth consideringin Charlie Asa Mystery-mbs .. literary quarterly 'at :J Florid:*i I_ -: you always lhamht.. i w,Usltok
: L55-riye Minutes News-cbo State College. 11\ THE f'IIK"I IT ('01'KT OP THE I @ ; .Nro metan le de.k cajrrm
the going wholesale prices-and he must : the assertion of Mr. Koestler that those Billy AoH c..ommeut-m. I I PI.HFXTH J11)ll'Itl.'Ilt'l IT '
;00-Vocbee Concert. Guest nb . TTIOF. )'LtUllUrr.'I' %. )01 rnf.r the ttr.f.r .. SPA
: \ 1 OK TUk. %
pay the going scale of wages, rents, taxes who refuse the choice between total slav- Radio Theater Hour-cba The ChoiiGuikr of, SC., Pause AMJ f'9tt. IO"HOK. 'ot"'T\. J! 1 that t.k. your. heefk ..wsy

and everything else. ery and imperfect freedom are uncon- Gabriel On Stale Hatter America Coutoent-abc -sab* Church will sponsor a benefit 1 t'ii. Cane'FfP.M'-%*.. II-S55- 1 and it Il1LiIlM. demo to ,

:: What the retailer can, do is to avoid sciously playing into the hands of slavery 1:1SSroa.dcaatlIIba card party on Friday: evening III t OKI. ''': .J S crcnrline...-8ft iii.t/f twig.,
at 8 o'clock the Parish Hall. 'n'n..I's V,4WlW
-Dr. I Q. Quiz Show-abo in
1 fc'i MAftTIN
e stocking overpriced good work with and are living in a political no-man's land. Sammy Kay Band-e>bc I \ Plaintiff, new
Quiet Please Drama-mbs S- I . flood.p"e4>lr ....*. seal
manufacturers in The thesis of the Hungarian is that Candidates for County Com :NOfMtAn.M:\\\"F.Lt.non,
producing goods of given WOO-C-.nleated Coocert-abe IVrfrn.UnlOKUIK . btnfenf ...... o QefS .
My friend. Irma SkitcbsNews : missioners, State Senatorial and 1
qualities at the lowest cost, and operate we must choose the lesser of two evils and : Commentarv-e.be Representative posts will be r : OP PI Bl.ll'.%TIO% Wirte p. f all11"". s.cr.f let it
*Ub and Hunt Club.ba'O5To :
on as small a unit profit as business snfety vork to improve it. Apparently, he con- Be Anaounced-wabe questioned tonight by membersof I :Norma Maxwell Wool i 0 retl0IwIi.n.fy new peatipl!

and survival permit. Progressive stores siders what is often referred to as western 10:JO-l red Wr arinz Music-nbo the Classroom Teachers Asso- -trrunn oei llarve, laliforota.u Wenue., I L 1 . /..dwelticd/yt.ah Ad
Screen Guild layerscbsspecial ciation on how they stand on educational are b..rb required to appearto P f If-' ....., J
In every community are doing all thus. And civilization as the lesser evil and totali- variety how-abO; the Hill of l'..milaint for.dlvirrrpin I 1
Dance Band fahow: -mba problems. the above ntyled ra..-.. ..n or I MA W4 .... yem ...,,
: the result, whether we know it or not, has tarianism as: the greater evil. 11-00 News *: Variety 2 h"-abo ...f.,r.- the Ilith day of May, A. I>. 1 i ...... ,.. wnM .,_ar6i .a

been to save consumers enormous sums of There is much to be gained by recog- :News and Variety.Dance Dance BandabcNews : 2 bra.-cbNewa Several thousand citizens of !>4:1(, uthrrwine will be taken the a.allegationstherein ...,nf-,.,.=ed. See peel ii as .....4 ......,
Dance Band-mbs Key West assembled at Bayview This order is 10 bepublished pM ... .
( money. nizing the value of the Hungarian's obser- 12:00-Daatinc Cvatinued-ab .w..t Park last night to hear candidates once a week for four cwn.....,.. Iv...

Consumer resentment against retailIng 'the people of the disct-i: their mpaigns for wreka in The Key 5Vrat'itz..-n. a ROLLINSfor eadtgw.l..t11f.1L
vation. Admittedly, newspaper' published In the 't\ <>f ,
TODAY IN IIISTOKY fice, and heard two .
S: makes no I'ense--as the Congressional United States, for example, have not solved enlightening talks from of-I I Keent AM Kiftri.U.IH.NK oii.KRKt'. thi ITlh __
) (Know America) day ..f April A, l>. .,4!$. ,
Investigation of. the price situation whichwas all the problems that beset human beings Sholtz, who is advocating his (SF.\1.1 II' OUTBOARD 1I 1- l lJ f.H.i,

carried 1819-Country's first OddFellow's candidacy for U. S. Senator. and Ron sawyer, I 1
r on last winter proved. The but the record discloses that they lerk of the Cirruit "'">iirt, :MOTORS It'llIt"eoutyl
Lodge founded in Bulti Dwight L. Rogers candidate for .
'a Congressmen participating were tremendously have made greater progress than any other more. U S representative llKathleen N.n.Kr.I.eprtl "l.-rk I at a

impressed by the fact that not nation. It somewhat illogical for Allan IJ. Cleare Jr. '
a seems 18C -John Wilkes Booth Lin- 'oIIO'It..r l for Hiaintlff i t Outboard Motors Service Corp

single instance of retail profiteering those who enjoy this atmosphere to center coin's assassin, killed by pursuing Sewing room project in Key apr. 1'-m y2-1..t'41.< I IN LITTLE
soldiers and detectives. West, which had been in dangerof RIVER
produced. To the contrary all the evi- their attention upon the variation from 1898-Lieut Andrew S. Rowan, discontinuing, because of'lack I f \OTUI-' TO I HHIITOHSIN J 385 N.E. 79th StrwL Miami M. Ptoriata

I .. dente indicated that retailing has been perfection without giving thought to the sent with historic "Message\ to of funds, will be continued,".providing ji THK ix.fc.t'Ot MONKOIi'KT U" '1'''''':111 I OITt\ 'rHOHIIJC. t.' i Phones 7-3314 7I-1WS '1.7eM "

I one of the most aggressive and effective relative well-being that they enjoy in Garcia," reaches Gen.' Garcia the supplementary prujet |, l4.talaifX.tN'Y :, l\ 1'14011tTF:1in l I. _
Cuban patriot 10 signed by the pi esidcnt fester-
forces fighting on the consumer's side. comparison with what they would find in 1907-The Jamestown. Va. Ter- day, ij eventually signed by the knrtwn l'. JMIINMtSalxo a< ,

other Exposition comptroller :NANCY JOHNSON.ami : .
areas. centenary open: .. I
a1. known al
: HATE IS NOT ENOUGHWe From worldwide viewpoint, the 1915: Col. John McCrae Cana- N. JIItixSN, i'reaaerl. Overseas Transportation
dian medical officer, writes the Today The Citizen says in an T.. ,Mlr..ditoran.l I-er.....tv Having -
same thing can be said for Western civili- famous poem "In Flanders editorial paragraph: r T enuuvik.K' ',tin-\

:": agree with Senator Walter F. zation. It has been largely responsible Fields," in heat of the second "When you think of the Over- Skid"'.,ti and haute.ifh: of ;%... are hr b\ I! Inc.
battle of Ypres. seas Highway. you think of Key n<.t if!..I! and r.Minr..1 t<. pr-s.. nl ,>n\ Company
George, of Geogia in his declaration that that human ,
for the freedoms beings en- West. 'ainiv!' and Heinand which you' >reither

: a hate Russia" motive isn't enough basis joy. So great are the liberties of individ- munists 1919-German battle for troops Munich.and Com- ..- .. cf of'rott Xanry, mar I'hav. Jvhn attains,.o.i. ,"I thetat l-<> Fast, Dependable Freight and
I' known Nancy Johnson and il I... I Kxpre* Srleeb
= for the Marshall Plan and that greater uals that their condition can hardly be 1920-The Allied premiersrdveArmenia Your Horoscope known *a-< N. J..hn!< m, tlea |lair> tw*
independence, under i <.I v.nd i nt". ,i.i the"U1 I7"II li?.: a.
emphasis should be placed the with that of those who reside I j' .
.: upon constructive compared I i
I protection of the United Stales I..r Monroe. .I..r.dA. JI Ins MIAMI\
goal of building up Western Europe under totalitarian regimes. How foolish 1924-The proposed Child La- MONDAY APRIL 26, 1943- i '% untx.. tin' fclflCS ikKr. ,OjW willi.
with the idea of establishing unity then, it'seems for the' beneficiaries of the bor Amendment to the Constitu- I Today may produce one who I II eight.. TWemtait ''i''nth. from iii.time Also Serving ALL POINTS OK I"I.ORfDA ItEYS
I do ; intellectual f lh .f i"p..lol..at"'n! "f thi-
wonaei in an iI j
I = and stability that would, in time, attract world's most advanced culture to permit tion begins its unsuccessful 'I with notice, .Kw>w-Lain: ttf demand. -..lullIM Between Miami and K.y W.t
rounds of the States. for ratifi- I way; great penetration i in earr'51ud aId l lhall stale; the
i .= Soviet satellite nations and, eventually, their denunciation to reach such a furoreas cation. I and a good understanding : ':I pU; e of rrVrrTlf and pmt off.. rad.'rrss i

perhaps Russia herself. to confuse and weaken the defenses of 1941-Gennan-ltalian. forces he will gain honor and repu- l'.! I... ,w.rn, o: 'ih."t')!, r aintaut.the cross the Egyptian-Libyan'frontier tation. The danger lies in a .11.nl...r If H. neyti, and ant >.11' h
While this observation is well taken, world civilization. . breakdown. mental I..im ..r Ii- a? n.., .... fired| vh.il! (No Stop Ea Rouia
perhaps inducing ,... ,..id LEAVES KEY
I one should not overlook the fact that if the 1943-Beginning of the soft- I rrelantnoiirf: III'i the unfortunate -|I .i, Y p 'iTfR i\ CEPT WEST DAILY IWC-
, . .. SUNDAYS) at LOS P.M. At.
strike. \ \ l"r'wh-'r.u r .r the
coal i
plans for European rehabilitation fail Diabetes is is said is i ten<1en< \ ibe to- .. riTes at
and more likely to IKt:it ; Nan \ I i' .lohnJohoon..uiI MUmi at 12.-ea o' *o.k MW.
1945-Forces of Gen Patton almost .,f' .
ward both ,,, ,'
... oven-induieng.e.! i I."i"" i" .1. "an. x night.
a third World War comes between the na- occur in persons who. have diabetic rela on the borders-of Austria' |I which may booy. .=ormo> cartful _, jit,'-.. !I..,..u ii ,iv,

... tions with the United States and Russia tives. '- 1946-i'drillo w Ds'one-thQ-" ..r. ii' LEAVES SUNDAYS MIAMI DAILY fUe&PT
) at 12..QO G..... )4.
more musicians raises - -
on opposite sides, th.e existence of a strong, from Hollywood studios.pay I night-- and ani. .. at K7 W" ai

productive Western OUR AIR STRENGTH I t &: o'clock AM.
economy Europe 1947-General Electric gives I HOW mi WitilENEFiT _snra

would be beneficial to this country. 15c an hour wage increase to Local Schedule:

This is based 125,000. BY READfNa 3v qtr 'w' : (Slops At AU Int.rmedfai.
of Peiale
course, upon the theory Present air strength, according to an I LEAVES KEY .
that the nations of Western Europe, Associated Press:: calculation, includes.; Increased production of Floridahoney I tile world's daily newjpajxr 4 CEPT SUNDAYS) at '*M o'ete.1t

__ once their economies are strengthened, will ((1)) An Air Force of 5,500 planes in in Palm Beach county has tHE! CHWSIIAU SCIENCE H MI10L A. M. aM aniq at MiaJM a. hit
caused local bee keepers to urge i You win M yOurself one of o'doc& P. No
be able to overcome the dissatisfaction of operation, with 10,000 in storage, and the establishment of a honey the best-Informed persons in your community on world affairs when LEAVES
you read this world-wide daily newspaper regularly. You will MIAMI DAILY
their people and withstand! the onslaughts 5,000 or more in the National Guard and bottling plant in that area. fresh, new viewpoints, o fuller exclusive'richer understanding of today's. vital SUNDAYS) at ,:_ o'ctoek A. M. say
news--PLUS help from its features on ,
homemolung educe*
of radical Communists. Since the Com- the Air Reserves. tlOfto business theater, music, radio, I Qrls. I nrrivti U Key west at V96if o'ea..I&
munists take advantage of the unrest and ((2)) A Naval air arm of 5,800 first Your Grocer SELLS That Good fhb 11I-.,,.d....'gate. te t---------------------The Christian, Science Publishing Society ,8-,_ M.

dissatisfaction : .ce.efet.d' offer One. Norway Shoe?, Bonon 1$. Md l.. U S.A.
of line
disgruntled peoples, it is planes, with 5,100 in reserve. .I -, _tit fw I Enclosed is $I. for which pleas tend m* The Christian FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY
perfectly obvious that anything that This is not a small number of aircraft STAR BRANDAMERICAN IU.50 funds I < I I Science Morutot-for one-month. FULL SRKVICE
strengthens the economy of Western nations but many of the planes are somewhat out- COFFEE Home MAIN OFFICE aDd L\SUR\NCE

tends to erect a barrier against the of-date as modern air warfare theories and CUBAN srrwt PHOKESa WAREHOVsEa II AND CM.N..... It ..... gt..

:,.-,;read' of Communism. envision an aerial war. -Try A Pound Today_ I CIty---N- Zone_ ,to;. ,-, _
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5> .!> Yt APRIL 26 1948 THE KEY' WEST CTflZEN ... .- .. -PAGfiffifcEE.KfBPW
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-: .: Club Is "Host: To' f I Griswold Accepts J""i".I. 29 .Persons Are -

a. 1 Rally Toidglit..aF U. S. .
Staff Writer Job Placed By

: lOO Elk Ladies On Sunday I, : I'l F It Doesn't Rain

rY (Offered In Miami .Service Locally
; A p lHkal rally wall be
o w: tI SIA#s DAVIS. IIUK.J .*- i. iwM tMfebt at Bafricw Park
r Mrs. P J.'f Knight, Jr., manager ,cfthejfey
j Mr. and Oliver Grbwo'd va4e the sponsorship *f the ,;
!: 1 0 Service,
In Miami where State Employment
Commerce, weather permit
[V AMONG VISITING LAj Here be a staff writer for the rn'd@j thxrII. I f.announced today that the localoffice
Daily News.Members had placed'296 people
ran caaawt be held '
DIES YESTERDAY Nears Record I' of numerous Key I the : suitable employment during tie
; \ tonight a date will be'an-. I .
.. West organizations, the Gris : i first quarter 19421i II
Despite the inclement weather Of wokto have beettaaivp' in local I stttaced later when it will be j I i Of this-total, ITS were women.
t ??"rday: afternoon 100 visiting Month April civic and culturs, l 2&fe 9 Wring ....ILr"1. 75 veterans of World War IL and
Elks ladies, attending the state their more that ** *"--/ ipeaidence f 5 were handicapped. :
I I 1
mnvemkm now In progress here Three and: n hundred tu of here.v.'o;: Anyone interested in securing
s were feted at La Concha ltotei aa Inch of rain fell in Key Mrs. Gnaw_ __. ._l cit1.ble employement should place their
".."with a tea at which members of West yesterday and early today part in the projects jcf fire Key Brief Illness. '' application with the. Florida
t' *' the Key West Business and Pro-. to bring tae month's: toi West Woman's Club' -aV former > State-Employment Service 314
4': .l. feclofM.I Women's Club were hos-j I i tai up ta '10.59 inches. Robert chairman of publicity and as a'member Simonton Street, and employer:
..; ... tessry. I I Frost local weather man. of the committee of three Fatal To wishing to place orders for workers
: The visiting ladies voted theafternoon said this morning. who compiled and edited the : Baby may call 489.Rev..Jolllz.
.- ." a most pleasant inter- The record ameunl of raia- 'forthcoming publication The Key .
. M.lhmde in a busy four.-day conven- r faU that bit Key West in I West Cook Book. y he was secretary Linda Mae Wheat, five months
''lon period in that many of them, ., the monlh of April was in of the Key:West-Player3 and old died this morning in the Key Peyton
f 1 "who belong to various BPW 1941 when 13.14 inches of a founding member'and former West Municipal Hospital after a
'"chapters throughout the state,:I rain fell here Frost said. ,secretary of thrt\ftronojnjjr Club. short illness Made New PastorOf
"I' were able to exchange muc.h I **W. have a good chance of Griswold a' wHteT"wno Tias Survivors include the parents

1' news of events in those organiza- exceeding the 1941 rainfall studied South Florida history and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Wheat; Local ChurchAt
"'tions.n for April." he said. current life, is author of many grandparents. Mrs. Gladys Rob-
To add interest to the afters. I One peculiarity of ths rainfall articles on Key West and the efts Wallace and F. A. Sands; a meeting of the congregation -

: fioofi' activities: two prizes wereJ" Tetlerday and today was Florida Keys published in- national great-grandparents Mr. and Mrs. following the evening wor-
'awarded. Mrs. W. F. Hurley of that above Boca Ciica there and Florida periodicals and Fred Wheat. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ship service last night in the First
I I was virtually nd fall On Boca feature sections. His '
1 Daytona Beach won the "oldest newspaper W. Sands, Mrs. Emma Thompsonand Congregational Church. Rev. JohnM.
1 : I Chief, while Key West photographs have been used expensively .
'. "tedy" present prize and Mrs. i J. Frank Roberts. Peyten of Shandon. Ohio was
"': :% 't4d Davis of Palatka won the door : was getting 1.29 inches this by the Chamber of Funeral whichare unanimously called s* the nee
I prize. I morning, onlv .23' ef aa inch I Commerce to publfcize Key West ; in charge of Pritchard Funeral pastor of the church. The Rev.
,4 The unscheduled but greatly felL and he was author and illustrator Home will be announced Mr. Peyton was born a ad educate
'I I of the chamber's widely distributed ,
welcomed of
appearance ed in Georgia.:
? -Wild BillSkroback., of Palm I 'pamphlet. He.formerly, later. I Befare>g-uinit to his present pastfrate -,. .
1 Beach, who accompanied Mrs. :::::: ::: assisted the local Red Cross chapter -' ju>'Ohio he had '; served
in publicity work. '
f Skroback ta the tea provided Mine ; churches In Texas ani .New
i antucetnent and entertainment One ,of its founders, he was Sweepers Ynk' .
Late Bulletins I president of the Monroa! County .
] when the self styled -Vagabond Shovld .the call besceep e-J.
| Lover of Palm Beach" rendered Audubon SOCiety I Arrived TodayThe Rev. Pevton will begin his workin

t. several vocal selections unac- In! .,... .4.... ..t-a ......) Griswold Miami will start his New duties to- Key West on or about the.firs] J
with the
.fjctimpanted, in a rich baritone I i
t i :I 6 A ._ AAAA morrow. Mrs. Griswold accompanied USS Mina and the USS of June.
AKREST ago him to aid in the setec'tion Goldfinch; Naval mine sweepers: Since (H" retiree'nf of Rev.
f Mrs. Eva Warner, well knowna.loratura J
John E. Pickens in January.Rev.
I of a house and will returnto arrived in Key West Submarine
active Japan -Aiseri-
soprano William W. Wife has been
the and will
Key West pending occupancy Base today undergo an
local BPW can authcrilies arrested SOC
lsj ember of the accom- today
the church as interim
| date.Between extensive overhauling here dur- serving
\unied by Mrs. Mary Milner, deDthted persons who doted ysterd ioth I The
the next few weeks. paster.
i all present with her inImitable Japanese port cf Kobe. ?hie. ing
1947. the
1939 and vessels reached Key West from
I interpretation of "Se- ty-eight Koreans were injured in I average, weekly wage of American Panama City. and it is presumed The Spanish gentleman likes to
t* I *"honey and other Spanish song the frccvs. Authorities today factory employees was they will sail back there after call himself an "hidalgo." the son
Mrs. Eloise Felton chairman stated that the Communists were I doubled. their overhauL of somebody .
of the entertainment committee, behind the demonstration in crd .,- ---- -- _. _---- ---- --
who headed the receiving line of .r>to embarrass the Americans
fcca members stated that it was Just prier to the Korean elections.
difficult to decide who enjoyed
,. themselves the most-the visit 1rM2eo1q
ing Elks ladies or members of YOKOHAMA. Japan. An YOV ,
local s a wonderful
Use group
Americrn C-47 airplane was attacked .
afternoon was experienced by alL
br guRfire this mornings NOT WI/TER ?
it was to embark en a south- -

Floyd I Here. To era Korean fligM.THRONGS.
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Attend Meeting LONDON.-Thousands CHEER jsmswd

the streets to pry honor to the

Mayor Robrrt Floyd of Miami. King and Queen on their silrer ---..

t P'oQiC'd b.Y..bJ( \1It" a"ki wxUiny. anT. iry todav. The YOU -WILL. %
young son arrived in"Key West King accepted the hugs applause . v
bluRb to attend the annual with a snappy salute. while the
Mate convention of the Florida Queen cheerfully waved her

State Elks AMoriation. hand. Two, 41>gua .lutes were r is Serve/GdS
While here Mayor and Mrs. given the couple. new
t father-in-law, = q
Floyd and Floyd's -----
Roy NortTos secretary of the MINERS MAY NOT RETURll? i
Miami Lndfe of Elk, and Mrs. WASHINGTON.-Miners who wafer freafe I

Norrnws. are tie guests of Mr. have resumed normal productionare

and Mr*. Harry M. Baker, 1125 not expected to be on the Job

United attests long. Contract expiring time is I watermachines..And Servel is completely automatic.
of hot
drawing near, end neither Lewis : Now you can have plenty
I want it-as hot as want it!' Simply set it at the temperature you want
, I nor the mine operators are making whenever you you
: West Naval hot water service is then relax. Plenty of hot water will be yours
Key ; anv efforts to reach an agree For truly modern yours
ment prio Ito the expiration date. with the new automatic Servel Bolt-Type when you want it.

Base Sells BondsThe The $100 pension: plan recently Gas Water Beater Completely.streamllned.
won bv Lewis is in federel courtsas
to its legalit Ezra Van Horn Based on a new principle producing hot Servel is smart and ultra-modern in appear

Kev West Naval Base and mine operator, has stated the water, Servel's ball-type design speeds up ance. All controls are hidden but easily

all other Naval bases throughoutthe pension plan "illegal"". beating and keeps water hotter longer. This accessible. The handsome heavy steel jacket

nation. making an intensive means more hot water for baths, showers, is finished with sparkling white Newtone.
effort to have everyone onthe ELEVEN TO DIE I Come in and see the new Servel BaU.T'petoo
purchase at shaving . and water hot enough to operate .
Iura payroll Bond, it PRAGUE. Chechoslovakia.A newest home laundry and dishwashing Gas Water Heater models today!
least one U. S. Savings jury that had been in session
I 4as announced today. The mini for one week today handed out 11
mum deduction from the payeheeka death sentences to those convicted .
of annual employes is & J."f
of and war crimin "-
M.2S every two weeks so a person ality. espionage Four other sentences ef _____ e':" ;)' ...1,
:3 bond. ,
can buy for $18.73 a $ lesser degrees were issued rang- L --t\--'
15 to 20 in jail.
3 6 outstanding turelthat_ increase efficiency..cut fuel costs

-Tanker Unloads I QUILL MAY CALL STRIKE a Zi 1. I......., ..... .ooIc . pt3.. Silent ........" Ham bw.. rpvfflnj --
NEW YORKThe CIO trans- .... MrftH .- ........ ",,.peal w popping.
Fuel Oil CargoUSS pOrt union headed bv Quill Issoon th.,*-..n h'". 4. Simple positive c* eh-have
I scheduled fo cal a strike un- i' t 2. Hi9hfy eHIc..... lnsrnet Seel- the latest salty 4.*kM.
led its contract demands are met. j r 4xthvf.r-k..t* ,......, kp. S. DnM-iiicfc hnuhriiun wk.81i.
Traroaluais. a Naval tanker union strike would tia up 98 4. boS.r fees. thrak ..... ........
dickers this afternoon at the. The and bus lines. .... 6. "CoM-Wator Brefc."-".....,.
Development Station at Old cold water mixing with th. k...

Craig dock. and began unloading I I 750 SHOPS AFFECTED ; ,/:
MOOO barrel of fuel oil for YORK.-cIO fur and \. "*

Wed Naval he ha She*vessels finished will stationed leave unloading right in utter Key the leather nation's strike NEW against union biggest 750 employees citv.shops in ere the en t t.. I ,l: ; ); L1j'Z.

oil. WON'T DIG GRAVES uun'S.bClISIftLa.nff eI
irilJXItf. ,.,'''"Ir} PITTSBURGH. The A.F. of L. U.

Mil EISEMIOtTER ASDK.ll. gravedigger union of this city "

t I'i IIT I' MHUNEEAttorney his struck for pay of $1 aft hour. G
No graves are being dug in the ;civq
z William V. Albary is large steel industrial city of I

1 the fifth South Florida candidate Pennsylvania today
{or delegate to the national Democratic -
convention to rome out FIGHT RAGES ON I

I pn favor of drafting Gen. Dwight WASHINGTON. Butter and I -
Kuenhower fur the Democratic oleomargarine spokesmen in the I

mmination for Present. in. House today argued the lifting of COOKYITH GAS
The other four candidates tax.
t .hide Charles II. Warwick. Jr.. the Most M-yert-old representatives from urban mlfh Q\'jpE Place halved chicken on rack 4"-5" from

t West Palm Beach and Thomas communities were In favor ef the .-5 r\ $ flatne. Salt pepper. brush with butier. Broil'riW .--
Anderson Thoma ;
J ll. Muffles Allen, all of Mi- ending of the controversial fax.GERMAN .1\ 15 minutes. Cut tomatoes in halves. Sprinkle

Of ,ea with salt. pepper and brown s .mi. Gtmicl
announcement was COMMUNIST lo\\ec1 butter. Turn thicken. Place tomatoes znd
note this morning tn The Citizen.Dctatlse i LEADERS GET ONLY $ Barat3s halved bananas on rack with chicken. Bru h.

I 8' l' ELECTIONVOTE I -=eIttatOOs bananas with butter. sprinkle with brown
teen nomproveInents Broil 15 minutes.Set .
there sugar.
t.j in Miami firefighting Icy T.. .'.._l..eii Pr*..) I heat control or flame at highest position.

facilities in the last 10years I BERLIN, April 26.-German Pre-heat broiler 5 min. Broil 20-40 min.
i ij Candidats werethe
owners face the'iroftpert Communist
of increased Insurance : losers in two elections held in

j I ate*, states Fire Chief Henry,t I occupied Germany yesterday.The .
if candidates polled
of facilities German
haM A survey
under by the National only 8 per cent of the total votehi KEY
jtow Hoard of Fire way Underwriters. ; slime, as compared itth 9per WEST GAS CO.
cent in last year's election.

, The word mathematics comertl' The Christian Democratic 419 FLEMING STREET PHONE 61
+' aii Oreetk word meaning "to'latrho party scored well in the Bavarianturns. . R -



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Jackson and Southard Square. Whitehead Streets j' KATES FOR RE CUR sad ....... ,.....lItn.-...-eb?.4i.aart.A
7pti,7QI11Nit1iliAMonday lIIIIHIIUGiIIllllIlUIIIIIr I tkW *ssd ....... ....rL..r .
jt I AcI.ertIMID..Mer
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I TIM CttlM* M ssersrM
taserteds .
will b e .r Se a weed *.* -* M- ........
9:00 P. M.-Dance, John 'Pritch- t j i 1'IRrti.tile rate... bat th. m*.*.... .....5the fcwI "IH.IC"TM. ,. r io't
.. t ( (
M T. Mr r Ib a .
ard and His Orchestra. t I first li words M rkfr err. tr taM.. teword M a m T..., nu..., .
ne rate fr .
. . ; .. tor Mi .. .*>.r .
j Tuesday and tile BrttrtBiw...*. c arc -- ,*.. 1
.8:30 P.:M.-Little Theatre Group the lint li wvrda'ie .

rehearses; Ping-pong; Shuffle -

, Board the Patio. .... ....1..11' .
s ->- on Alt *4v.rtl.lBr to -.... IristM wIs -'
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. tMStrwt ev .uNrnrt 5 .
.- + i Wednesday event .f ofTor l adverttrl s --
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oalrUtepUr r.r 'M lint . ... ...
-te . 1:00 P.MFishing Party: Naval r.eyoesibie*d.ertt.i. sse .sly tfo a.teas ai 1 .... .. .,
jf i t. Hospital "Patients. Joint Program hart of the adrerttsesea ..tier, t ati elreeRHELP

I t$ . ,' YMCA NCCS. . . . . .- .- .- .1- -w -w .- -. -r .- w.- sA -

.r 8.30 P.M.-Ye Ole Country Par-
WANTED--MALE jam WiffTtl;
,. ty, featuring Square Danc-
ing. Virginia Reels.
10:15 P. :M.-Weiner'Roast on the Bartender wanted for ..*..- .. ,.....' Jlh-w. "" .

Patio Grille. town. Must be SIB.*C a.rf i ...... t.ltiiedwws ...p.MNe ...

Th sober. $30 per week pwv nw. : .u,raaty 443Pswe.
and board Six-day week. All- f .JlJ
: John Pritch-
swer giving last two _NMriay ass ----
ard and His Orchestra.:
as references. Write Box WAT., BMPUtYMDrl w
Friday I (AP WlrcBbotwl Citizen.
care apr3$4tic:
8:30 P. M.-Tounst Nite at the : 4Psasr
Harrimanleft wa.ts ..ltll' Re.setter. .
Y, sponsored by the Chamber -
of Commerce. Refresh- ( ) chili with Charles Sawyer of Cincinnati nominated to suc- i AIR-MIND? I Siee Mr t+St>a,_

ments and Entertainment ceed Harriman. as they arrived at the White House in Washington Top men among this ** T p.a lsret Swpdr, ; I
school graduate waM cossets', rata ifseet
Saturday Friday for a cabinet meeting. Harriman has been named |
in aviation. It's ipcrimlmt'i
8:00 P. M.-Movies. roving ambassador for the Foreign Aid Program. a i ran SA1%-.HAl.
field with specialist pay. YOU j
10:15P.M. Second Show fea-
enter this excttM and ....
can t t .
ture announced at the Club.SundaY' GASOLINE BLAST IMPERILS TOWN For allY kind of pc... \
limited field through the UMtod j
w. be it homr fcotM >-
States Air Forces AvMtmnCareer
T 9:45A.M.--Java: Club, discus- K Irttssrtess lor ati.bp.rt
.. .. -' sion Group. Plan.High ,. f.yser4 tit

,.,11:00 A.II.-"Go to CHURCH school graduates. between ...... ... sy
17 and 34 select Uw '
Parties." J can specialized -
:.. 3:00"P.M.: Classical Hour selections training courses tiiejr, 3941 ..... sedan IQIIId: .
announced. want qualify for the .....i before !, Iist_. At9I 111"-

9:00 P. Fellowship Hour on they enlist axl thws, be I I 9.qt.

the Patio. Community Sing sure of the assignment they

ing, Beatrice Moreno at the t prefer. Gain a heed start m); FOR SALE-VtID
Piano. the career of tomorrow by Petting i

10:00 P. :M. Coffee Hour. the full details NOW. Vwrt \

Camera Club meets each your nearest U. S. Army seed/ 194I P4/n.uth 'aalct. .

Thursday at 8:00 P. M. as t u. S. Air Force Recruiting Orifice ...... M ML $4M. Wo.HiRMV.

G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Ser- at 25 NE. 3rd Street. Mi- William Meyer*.

vice Organization), every 2nd ami 6, Florida. Do it new. volt St aarf
and 4th Monday. 1. apr26-34A-2
Game Room: Chinese Checkers -

chess, cards, ping-pong. pool '- WANTEDG. I 1966 r..otwc f....dut a
writing desks library, current : .. tint ... condition

magazines various table games I .1 L interested in 4 to 16 IttB Shmimim
etc. tI Streetat
>" . acres waterfront on Keys be-
Showers, tennis rackets, golf ,
v tween Key West and Marathon.Must
clubs lines, I _.. .
checking fishing service film cameras service, I .'"- ;: it.. ... t. be a bargain. I will pay 1946 H.-..... 15.900 mik.. .
>: taxes and balance to owner. lent ditiun. $1.900
n rte
mailing and wrapping packages ': #' t.
receiving messages phone booths, I' : 4 : What have you to offer Write tenM. 54 Angela St text
,. .. details and price in 1'st letter.I .
stamps railway express service, I ?fTq ,... . "' -a
available to SERVICE PERSON I am not a real estate man. but I
NEL. l' "' am interested in building a j I FOR RENT

Lesleigh DavisDirector.. t ', little home Write Box BRB I j I

Gerald Pinder-Program Di- co: Key West Citizen. : 4-bedroom furnished home

rector. apr 23-121 I I barge M in good residtj

Beverly Buchanan-Secretary. section for period of 6 me
Doreen Cruz Information WANTED TO BUY I I from April IHh. J.hnsoliJebm.oFi. [

Desk Aide. apr|
Pay cash late model sedan. Phone
=if ..llllilll.11111n11U111pUAlIl1A1U1Wiylgi1R91N1JJl.rt 1035 or 512 Simonton St I i Store 2W 9iw Mon. 35*eo. A
,. sr (Al' Wirepbvto) apr244txMISCELLANEOUS able May 1st Suitable all tl

.. \. ..C.S.e FLAMES AND SMOKE ERUPT in a spectacular mushroom col- I I of 68Z.buei esc. 1L Altraan I'I
1021 ',DuTal Street umn in -an explosion of 10.000. gallons of gasoline at Tolleson.

[: DEFENSE FORCES Ariz. The blast spread fire fax and wide and the whole town Washers, irons vacuums and Storage space available.

PROGRAMsniiiiiiinimiMuiniiiiniuiiiininiimiiiiimimmiiiiiv was threatened for awhile. Twenty-eight persons suffered minor I fans 1164-M.repaired. O'Briant, Phone 'I Brick Garage for storage,

: burns. An oil plant a grocery and a service station were I aprl-tf niture or commercial, F.|

fe+rlnatiort, Phone 796.
1- A...nvn..... ... v.. destroyed. For. _guaranteed plumbing and_re- I earl
1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Billiards.I I pdirs. sire esumaie. \,;au i -

Ping Pong, Writing Room. } FOL'NI) UE\U If'ILL YOU SMILE? John Curry, 512 Margaret St. I!.[: Four-room and bath apartawj
Phone 781.
Showers. ;' I aprl-tf i
. I completely furnished for <
I 7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.-Boxing Money SavedEphraim.
and i couple no children RCM:
Drafting designing
I. Training, PAL Equipment by a Me annJ
summer rent
;:00 P.M. 8:00 P M. -Talent graduate architect: at reasonable i I or year '
; j stortJepcr in lease. $75.00 per month m
Hour Auditions. a prices. Homes store fronts, in j
8:00 P.M. 9:00 P.M.-Film Developing small Vermont :own. aate greeted teriors. Bobby Anne George, 'I Dec. 15 or $100 per mo by yrj
ly lease. Combination she
: and Printing Class. by a neighbor who conwled Phone 156-W. apr29IltxFurniture and bathtub all-electric kH
: 9:00 PM.: 9:30 PAL: -Coffee I
him on the loss of some of his I en. Cool porch overtook
Hour. and automobile i
merchandise during a fire. "Did lovely garden. 410 Carolue :
8:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M. Informal ,
new patterns to chouec
Dancing. i you lose much" asked the from. Free estimates. Veter- J Phone 192-J. apdl

TUESDAY friend. ans Upholstery 928 Division :
I. Business place. 611 Flea
Not ton much," came the laconn Street Phone 1390. apr26-3txj
10:00 A. M. 12:00 Noon-Navy i| Street (downstairs Suit
Wives Bowling at Submarine ix-pK.: "I'd just marked j for office, shop. etc. Phone
Bate. most of my stock down 25 per- FOR SALE j
2:00 P.M. cent. I t
3:00 P.M.-Navy;
Wives Red Cross: First Aid i) Double metal bunks tipper and i j FOR RENT-APAHTMEKTi
Class at NCCS i FOR SALE lower new mattresses. $15.90 i!

\ 7:30 P.M. for all. 2310 Harris
10:00 P.M.: U. S. Naval Avenue. Furnished 3
apartment, rw
: Hospital Party, jointly we have large sizes ladies' Phone 353-M.: apr26-3t J and bath. Maid and jaW
: with American Red Cross I dresses in new styles in Bern-
j service, linens and ouliI
(2nd Tuesday). I, i berg crepe and cottons. Sizes Showcases. Overseas Curio
X Shop I furnished. Summer rates. Cal
7:00 P.M. 8:30 P.M.-U. S. Na- 38-44, 16 12121 1-2. Montzclle I :32 Caroline Street after Hotel

val Hospital. Entertainers to)tI v w 4 St Dress Shoppe, 518 Fleming p.m. Apply 922 Fleming St. 6j Post Office.Apartments, apr19 oppa

Wards (3rd Tuesday). |tI apr24-3tx apr263tx80gat |I

I t WEDNESDAY I New shipment of sheets pillowcases f New efficiency apartments. ado
I 1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Billiards. spreads, curtains. baths tank pump motor. $30.00. only no pets. $80.00 per molt

Ping Pong, Writing Room, (.'ti' I'h.t..) I >ets> sport shirts. Balerina 1019 Flagler after S o'clock. I Phone 215. aprl'j
Showers. apr26-3tx
skirts dresses
nightdresses -
12.30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.-Hospital SHERMAN C. KEHELEY. 58. : etc. Call R. R. Russell. i j Apartment private beach eve
Patients' Fishing Party. joint (above) an admitted Ku Klux I 831-R, 503 William St. Cash J\QUELLA-Controls water seep- I thing furnished. $100 month

program, NCCS, YMCA and Klansman charged with taking or terms. apr24-2tx age and dampness in cellar and I Apply Steven Hotel Apa

Red Cross. part in "Black Raider" flog- J I II walls. McKillip Hardware, 692 ments.' apr26-

7:00 P.M. 8.00 P.M.Boxing gings. was found dead of a I Boat exceptionally sturdy 14-ft. Francis St. Phone 1483.apr263t f
Training, PAL Equipment. I shotgun wound in his home at j sailing skiff, suitable for out- I t ( Small apartment. Will accv.uz

7:00 P.M. 8:30 M.-Sewing Atlanta. Ga.. Wednesday night j board. Live well mast boom date couple. Apply 1215 Eli

Class Navy Wives. Police Sgt. L. T. Bullard said I I rudder, oars, etc. $100. Phone All-metal ice box electric iron I Street apr $-3i
?:30 P.M. 8:30 PM.spanishClass cupboard. 1710 Flagler Ave..
5:>8. ,
Keheley shot himself. apr243txj
i Phone I055-J. I
for Beginners; Miss apr26-3tx FOR RENT-COTTAGES

Rcmond, instructress. I j ; Motorola auto radios to fit all i
8.30 P.M. 11:00 P.M.Dancing.THURSDAY i i', INITIATE J. K. HASH j from $42-50 up. Completely cars in- Carriage few months old. Accessories r-.ew. modern furnished ore

J NATIONAL HONORARY ; stalled. .. Bridge Radio. 650 NW I I ed. Sacrifice.and mattress includ- j j bedroom cottage nefti beac

9:00 A.M. 5:00 PM.-Sewing I FRESHMANSOCIETY 5th St. ,Mr.HTy mar24-Imo monton Street. $25.00.apr26-2tx'219 Si 'I j Adults only. The Price Orgar

Machine. Typewriter, Writ- ization. Realtors, 411 Fletnii
I 4"pn-ial Ivlbr < II i..e.>
ing Room, Showers. Ode-Ffory'et iro\n Greene Street. j Phone 124. apr%'-'
Gainesville. White
.'. i Apr 26John R outside paint white enamel -
FRIDAY next to City Electric building.
9.00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing Rash of Key West is one of fifty- MusV i**,, removed. Inquire 846, $2.75 Olivia gaL Doherty & Co.. I j WANTEU TO RSNT

Machine, Typewriter, Writing I oix University of Florida freshmen Citizen Office. Phone ;)1.I 1597. corner Packer. Call 'i -- -

Room. Showers. j who have 101-mally initiated apr227tG. aprl -tfII Three-room apartmt-nt Your'

SATURDAY into Phi Eta Sigma national I I Navy couple no children P

1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.Picnic. i honorary scholastic fraternity for E. electric range. in good con-I II Plumbing stock. Plastic supplies tile, complete j 1424-M. ilPI38tI
freshmen. Dean J. Ed Price. faculty dition. Guaranteed for 90 days. paints and
Fishing (sign uo in advance). I I brushes. Murray's
advu-rf-r for the organization. Phone 685-W or call 214 Du- Plumbing,I Unfurnished three-bedroom mo

10:30 A.M. SUNDAY i I' has announced. val St, apr23-3tx ,r Fla.1532 N.W. 62nd Street, .Miami!} ern house by permanent rei
11:30 A.M.-Com- Phone 7-3421
munion Election to membership in Phi I aprl-tf I dents. See me at the Cus.Un
Breakfast White Eta Sigma constitutes the highest'scholastic 1937 Harley-Davidson motorcycle. I house or Phone 1562-W. W
Hat Club, U. S. Sub Base ; i Storkline baby carriage. !
honor a first year student $150.00 1306 Elizabeth Street. I Excellent must move by May 1st fray
(2nd .
Sunday) condition. I
i can receive, Dean Price apr26-6tx !I Reasonable 513 Poinciana. Floyd R sore
1:00 P.M. : William
7:00 P.M. St, after
4:90 1
said. | o'clock ; deputy collector of customs.
Trip (sign up in advance). ,' Grocery and meat market. excel- 'j:I or any time Saturday. {i .rnon-wed-fn-toapr9

Information services, housing. available to all defense forces .. lent location good business. apr24-3tx }

city maps. and their families. Stock and figures. All reason- : Misses' 'j LOST
Religious literature, library, MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN. able. Living quarters. if de- silk dresses. crepes wash

telephones stamps, wrapping ana Executive Secretary. ,- sired. Other interest forces j Sizes poplin.9-20. Montzelle Moderate Drice DnSs I Alligator envelope-typo pun!
mailing railway express -' MISS HILDA CASTILLO. rale. 1101 Simonton Street Shoppe 518 I I Papers valuable. Reward if n:

. service, laundry pick-up.' '_ Secretary.1'- Phone 11 7. apr29-6tx' .. Fleming, SL J Jt3tx l tarried to Mrs. Stone. 1106 FtronM .
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rMONDAY. APRIL 26, 1948 ':, '___. ___-'AlIAr6llr llT I'.I' .I'IJlTIII".1. !.
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. ft': .I.I. r .I.lIIIII.I.I'.I.lI.... .-.. When a certain product e* service where U needed THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU
II and tkr. ts doubt u to

2.. BENNY'S tr 'TRO'p i"'TRAD : TQBpY to buy U .-....... ............................................. i
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I\: Motor Court . 718 DUVAL STREET. PHONE. 1000 : :. Electrical- WE REPAIR rrl :| : (:{ :: : POOR OLD CRAIGService
: If I Is :
: : t WE SEU I T i
: 909 Simonton. St. : Nice, Selection of/ GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : n : : : Station :
: Ownership Management : : We Will Call For and Delmr' I WHITE STAR :
:: : . Toys for the Children_ : : : :
ei BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of.-Action : ; PHONE SIM
. i la Electrical k J. H. BRADY..Manager
# 4 Ip. 90.Years' Experience CLEANERSMarco :
.. : . : : : :: Francis and Dtrlslon Streets ;
Serving : Electrical Appliances. ,. .
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_.,0 : :: .. T.. 11:30 t to to 11LUNCHEON. 2DINNER. :: ..........................................,..*.... .:., .. LLCa.1.211 Duval Street .a :: Marco 701" DUVAL Mesa. J STREET p ; Tires TuLBatt' Auto AccessoriesTour : to;

S. .I. .. S to 8:30 .. ...........................".-U'C.__.......-.......:.::,"- ELECTRIC. . TELEPHONE 41 a 822 SIMONTON STREET : !........... PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........DealerAUTO ..a.....a...
r The Best of Steaks .. .. : ; ..N.....................................:. : ............a.................................
: : HOME SUNPRSTORE.a.M:; ...!..........."..-.."' ................ . Dry' Cleaningand :.
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: : Short OrderS'SanawichtiAt :. : .:.. : ; Pressing24HOUR : : AND '
All Hours . 1207 DIVISION ST.. :. __1IflTE 1ST. '. : : : ; :
. Try Our Frozen : : "Your Patronage. tdo" : : S : Free Piek-Up andDelivery ; BODY SHOP'
c : TROPICAL. DRINKS . c. ;; FUNERAL .' a Seme :. STREET :
. . f1 a Open Daily and Sunday, * Ice Cream.ProprietaryMedicine. .' : :. GOODS : : SUITS for MEN 60S-OS ::
: ' : : (
:.5 : a AAL to Midnight : '. Sick Room Supplies ,School Supplies. : : : and I WOMEN A uto Painting $45J. to -"5OO
:'........................ a attd'Articles : HOME :. : 1106 OLIVIA STREET :: ,.., : :: :

:..........Toilet......Preparations............,:..io:................: .: .: :; PHONE 373Specializing : : Alatle PHONE-lo- casure 282 ; : BODY and FENDER REPAIRS : !it I

;.:: i .....................* r...............a.............:.................e : Let Those Serve : .: : :...................... ...............,.............................. !I
: : Who Serve Best ; ;: ...........................................
:. .: MUMFORD 'and ROSS : : : : inWomen's ...................... ,: : ;
: : : : :
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Exclusive Monroe County Distributors forCarrier : :. WILLAmbulance : and : .: : Overseas Hotel 119 Flemiag ... :;
\: :: FURNITURE CO. .: : : : : BARBER :
: : : .f DONALD ,
: AirConditioningfor '
720 DUVAL STREET : Service Children'sApparel : :
: ...
: : : We S tie /a
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2: Juvenile Ftiniiliiret . Domestic and Commercial Use : : Telephone 548 ; ;. Funeral l ServiceEstablished . :::--i Seal Treatments-Itairll. I T 4ng : '
V IIOUSEIIOLD : .: S33 ____ PHONES _______ also .. :. : .. 188SLicensed : P or MKLM.B rvstrw JraUUiAMICKT
.. FURNITURE .. ...................-............................... Never Sleeps :. ........... ; 1'llOue 175 AMTrriea WAIM. ...........S
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... .. ... ...... ................. ...... ....................... ........ Funeral : $.......... a..a.aaa..a. I
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:: Plastic Inlaid Broadfelt CongoleumAxmlnster . a a : ................................... : : Directors and : ..................................:...........,
: :
!: RADIOS and i : HOTPOIUT Electric Banges.: :' : A. MYERS :: :. Etiibaliuera24Honr : : STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK '" , ::
.. Scientific Beauty Cultur.
:: AppliancesJ : :: Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances.. .l: ..:: : :, :: :. in All BranchesThoroughly fQ. : !\

.I : : : Washing Machines for Immediate Delivery :, : Licensed, : Ambulance : : Experienced f :
: .
OPEN"Terras TILL Arranged 9:00 P.M" ; : HOME APPLIANCE : ;: PAINTING Contractor t :. Service . Soft Water Opera Os""d tor Exdaatvery t_ ;:
: 1
: : MON. and SAT. : : : : J :

\: eeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeee. ......605...SIMONTON..........STREET...................PHONE.......11....:. : FREE ESTIMATES 114 DuTal ALL Street WORK Jefferson GUARANTEED Hotel a: ;:. Phone. 135 Night 696 .: :. Phone. ...637.....S38....Fleming..... .$.L. ........_./.........
::. ................................................. :....T.l.phon...... ..'.12Y....................................... ...................... _..........................a.............:........ I
.. .. : ..a ........................... : and the PubbeFrances 1.- :
:. ............... e .s .. : ........ ....................... F.- Customers Friends
: PRICE TOURS : Key West Garden wn Supply I : : When You Want( FASTEN, : : : _____ Beauty Salon I :
''I : ; : 914 FLEMING STREET t PHONE 1019 : : FLOOR : Key : ., Frances Park l7wnrt
:. Passenger : : Full PET SUPPLY Line : ; On Old or New Floors-CALL: US FOR AN ESTIMATE : ; solo GRIN x tR.I.I STREET i ,
: Modern Methods all its Mutes
RrpIaIJy : Guaranteed Work Beatify Culture. in
: Full l GARDEN SUPPLY Line i i .: Treatawato :
i i TREVOR : CONCH SHELLS : i Permanent Scalp
i : J DOUGLAS -Maaicwteq ;
and All Sixes : Facials: Shampoo 1I 1
Courteous Delivery
: : : ____ 1M1Marion's
EAST Pboae
FLORIDA : : .................................... ......... : 1829 Harris Avcuue Phone 137....?R...-. . ....... For Appointment. ;
: RAILWAY ." .-. ................................................. :. COCOANUTS a ...................:::S.:::::.::.:::::::::::::::.:
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COAST ..... ............... :
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.. .*Located Next :: :. Sa-e 207oon : Landscaping,Marl\ and Top Soil. : : SPONGES : : goYO M ;\ .
Insurance :
Fire I : :
: : mercantll a JAtlantic TOP SOIL$6.50 PER YARD or $1X0 : Port : House in U-S-A." :
: by INSURING with : Will Ship to Any : southernmost ,
: :: hid.... household : *** MARL HAULED.$5410 for( YARDSAUo ;: : of (U.s. or Canada : ; 1400 Duet Street Telephone 1214 jd.-

,. : sUa PLEMXHO of: La'Coacba STREET Hotal :: :: and effects.Save personal . Policies Mutual Non-Aueuabls Fire Insurance) Co. IJ. I :. Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : : Marcy S. Palacio I : .: ,Expert Personalized Hair.Tinting Permanent Hair.Cut Styling I., t.t:t a, :: .
All :
: . 157 on : : \ 1021 i'OII. : : .Corective Facials 'I
G.WEECHSHOP : : 401 South Street .

:;.... PHONE.........124........:_ :: MercantileStock .....[.;...Cnlaoc........Agl......Phdne674.........:....:: ::..........*..........,.....,..PHONE..............:.! ;...KEY....WEST.......FLORIDA..,......:. .:....*..EscI....oI......but..Not...Expauira...............*........s...J............:.
: ............... .. ...........................J................ ..................... ...................... Fer Her Netvral ;
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.............................. a a P : COFFEE. SHOP i: : Hair Tta -
.: .. ...... JEFFERSON :
............. : : : : : try" or Ftaevt :
-*l : Ride the Bus to the i. :: B. &B. CYCLE< : : 5 ire DUVAL and STREET Sunday, : : : : Wave la Perma. . ea4 :
.to ,, :: GOLF COURSE : 822 .M.Du olo.Prop. Phone 1013 :: :: Open stti' P.M.to 1.A.1IL. : : APp"'b;:' : :; Beauty :
CushmanR. T : : =
Motor I : Leases Hfl
: : t
'. !Ii : J .. Immediate Delivery : : COMPLETE 'f : Rentals : : Colony
: Sales and Service Also A La Carte and Sandwiches .: : ;
: : BICYCLE :. ...-............REASONABLE............PRICES............,...... : Improved Management and Vacant . sai Sondlati :
: : e Buddy Scats itf*** Rental t I ServiceParking : ...........................................: : Properties la Key West : ; '5Vr Next Street toeramoat -- ;: 'i
.. :: : : and Monroe County : : l Beamy

,. ,,\: :. TAKE SUS : ;. Flags : : INSURANCE :. :.. J. OTTO .' :. t AB SdoooI Ueoooo4 : !:
: 110..I : : : : v : "1
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: COVERAGE : : SoeCiu5i4 its :"1
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JACK'DELANEY I| Upstate .-1'0 lTome T1i'.n'Vor I. AM HIGAN ,LEAGUE}; 'J

fourth) and final period of the' Island City Fishing Tournaments Cub'W "
L. Pet.
Baseball Leagues Scronil Tim* Thi* Y.-:u' )
\ lhjf ended midn ht. April 13.: was highlighted by one fortunate entry -! ." Cleveland .., -. .-- .4: 0 '1.000
os..ist.'ta.tlus.a! l .! ::
snd one unfortunate entry.' | 1} By PEDRO AGUILAR Washington; i :5 f .714
for 64- N' V'YOnk, April' !6.-Cteve- 'Philadelphiay!; :_- j -571
submitted an entry a
Fitzergeretd :
.a. IL hater of Cai .
have read with interest
The fans
: land Indiana! remained undefeat- Detroit t----.... - .- 3 3 .500 ,'et
.pi4t wahuu. That is the heaviest reported cither in this tournament the way Clayton Sterlingis ;,.*d _1rlI the American: League by NcTtf .Ypflr ._ ,'. .-' ._ 5. 3- .500

or the Miami Fishing Tourney, for this year. *Up until the. hitting that ball; up to April downing "the Detroit Tigers 7-4 Sfc Louis''.....:'..i- .-- J 2 .500

WMil' reported by,Mr. Haber, the heaviest caught.this year weighed j is 20 socking he was the hitting horsehide.381 and Since that; yesterday. For the second. \time Btisloti------" ;.-.. --- i 3, .167

b7s k. pounds tuber's entry was -. ._., theft he has smashed out many this year, Ken Keltner Indian. Chicago.-' '* --_{L --.:1' 5, .167
third baseman, pnmded two home I V
Fourth hits. He hit two Sunday.
judged winner in
ers in one game.. Hal Newhouser f NATIONAL LEAGUE:' .
14ftodJ a Mason Mauldin another of out " -''''

"Unfortunate entry. was cult I kI SOFTBALL bench local boys for ,almost after since warming the season the was Philadelphia the losing pitcher.Athletics and the. f t Clu*, j";' .- Y- 1pct'. HERE ARC: INTIMATE VIEWS: of a little family argument between C aal* u.... H yearN

nutted by Mrs. T. M. Arrasmith, started, was placed in left Washington Senators divided a Re* Yofk.-+-.p--:-- .9 2 .714 maa9 .i the Philadelphia AthUifcs and his soa. Earle Mack. SS. La UM dajwl a4 ...**. |lilt

whore. husband is stationed at .; GAMES\ field and hit three safely over twin bill yesterday. with the Asr Ptl! lW('a __--,. i 2 .667 before i game with the Red Sox. Ea/le (right].!* piqued becrus his I dad r.iiend kiss. *i first fcBcdachiag .
th# Naval Hospital In Key of the t YVth'W" 4I some of the best pitching St. winning the first, 4-0 and drop-J Clncil1 ? --.- r----- '. 4 4500 duties<< and is asking Connie to reconsidsr. But Papa Mack turns away ffftffctl M waMfc
While fishing from one PARK ._ 33 .500
Mrs. Ar I DA Petersburg had to.offer, and ping the nightcap, 3-7. j i Brooklyn -- u --.- -- :. his feasts warm up after telling Earle to stay .n the bench as his advisor wht Ska 4ee Webb"
recreation boats _,
Nary hooked sailfish that. (NIGHT PLAY) .1 fielded like a hawk. New York Yankees edged out SU Louis -- .S. .3.\3 .500 1 coaches at first. Connie said he took his son off first test coaching becaa.* "tfttt. kf isup .......
ratniith a __.
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I Chicago .5711
in the' Both our players are slated tostayr. the. Boston Red Sox, 5-4. in a V'h u:"_ :.; | in yedrs.**
would have trophy
won a Pittsburgh .. 4 4 .500
tournament but as she brought TONIGHT 'I'I'I '' nd Chesty CoYhlgton has thriller at the Yankee Stadium. BosloIli ..- ; .. 1 6 .143 -. ---- ---- ----- --.-- -- . --
it wp to the boat to land it. her 'I Bob's Sport Shop vs. Veterans 'won five and lost three. lie has Chicago White x arid St. Louis, : t r -:-- -; :

rod snapped* and in spite of the I:'I Foreign Wars. i tieen doing the Iron Man stuff Browns split 4-1 and 7-6. J .."_<- Chocolate ; SEMI-FINALISTS AT IMNKIIliKST;
fart that the flu was brought I!TOMORROWFirst and has.been in almost half of In the National League *the mar, nl*an, haour"-and' Par f Candiesen i iS
I the club's games. He will win Ne\V York'Giants' both'cnds'tee. .' ''' -' : *. .1
aUtard the boat, the broken rod Gtjne: SubRon 4 vs. \ H'-.FT---- T'
disqualified. her entry one of the j Adams Dairy. 25 games this season. ; of a dCJUbleheader-.fronrijtho.B6s-1 I \. '-'-. '- . '. ". S -Hini .To Jail'LOS .
has < .
r Vidal in West Palm Beach I .
heaviest if not the heaviest entered I Second Game-Elks vs. Key ton Braves.- 6-2 and fl-0 Second Game. \ e'q
in the tournament. West Merchants. pitched good ball and with a lit ber Newsom was., driven from .t lhcj t ." '. "- : "R. H.,E. ,

M... Arrasmith's catch weighed tie more seasoning he wilt mound in the opener j Chicago" _u_. _W ___ :.! .-c;-'10. 1 -ANGELES. haymond .
In 1a pounds. measured 7 one of the best in the league. St. Louis Cardinals got oily gt Louis ._._. 1 .': __ 7 '12 2 Bobbitt really likes hoc.olatecandy. i.

feet two inches in length with Josephine Weygint one hit off Meyer of the Chicago Harrist! Caldwell, Pearson and I, C ...
a girth of 41 Inches The rodwas Cubs and the Wrigleymen won RobinsopJ'Potter: Dreiswerd and Eighteen months ago, he wen I It t

a homemade lemonwond Is Bowler In OncMimilcSPORTS !31.: Philadelphia Phil1i '.'WO"' partce "' -' to prison because a woman detective 1i

with a B ounce tip. and an 18 High 6-3 from the Brooklyn Dodgers j -,, *...-- caught him stealing a box of I II

Inch butt. AC 0 Penn Senator reel,1 QUIZ Hank S"auer, rook i sensation f, '.j j;: .lOHAti' LEAGUE I candy from a drug store. Ii I I
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with a Braided Nylon line. 18 'i Tourney Last Week"I j jI of the Cincinnati Reds, hit a liSm-J j i .*:. vI, R. H. E.I After serving his term, Bobbitt

I thread 300 yards long. I er in the ninth to give his team Philadelphia .'..._ _L.: .._.__ 6 14 11 i returned to Los Angeles. to the i 4It
Listed below are!!' the winners J I 1. Name three latest Pi- _same drugstore. and wcs.caught t
\ win Pittsburgh
Mrs: Josephine Weygint was a 7-6 over Brooklynn.._ __ __ __ 391 : .
of the contest.
in the final period who in by the same woman detective
1 I I high bowler in.the AVednesdtyLadies' t players are HOCkeY'j rates In the opening game: : of :I.t .IM n rd.tlnd Seminick: Brancl.duublela'adf I
Another the box
of judges
of chocolates.
me Ung bowling tournament held cf fame. >r. In the njghtcap.j'RjmfiJt.j: | and Fjd.I l stealing: a $4 ,
Will be held to decide on at the Boca Chica Naval Air' 2. Name the hockey the Pirates outlasted the Reda : I !
grand prize wuvters, after which 1 I Station. She averaged 148 for had four of its players "-j' I rau.. 1
announced. , --+- .I Who Knows? .
will be
the ncults 11 three games and had a single- for the 1940-47 All-Star Team. I
S0051 :
CLASSA- I top score of 180. |1 3. What is considered thj I *? 'rkst'-Gam- I ,.
WAHOO: S. R. Baker Fitzgerald Others participating and their\ greatest feat, so far: in golf his- AMERICAN LEAGUE I :0"n.. H R 1. Can you identify ECA tj t-

Georgia: aboard Captain individual scores ate as follows: tory R. IL E. Pittsburgh .- .. 6 10 0 CEEC and ECE? j $

John West's charter boat the J i Mrs. Marge Ramsey, 128 aver-t 4. In what country do historians Cleveland _ . 7 10 0 1 Cincinnati _'uh'_' 7 10 2 2. What baseball player was : : .
MM West Haber used a bamboo j!1 age; 136 high score. i iI 1I believe the game of golf originated -, Detroit .. ___ 4 -30 Queen, S\rinevjch, McLish< known as "The Rajah"! i "
pule equipped with a Temp I I I Mrs\ Mary Bosch 125: average; ? Muficrief, Cliristopliet and He- Majn, Lombjirdi and Fitzgerald; 3. How many citizens will be i .

lar reel size 4 0, and line thread ,,141 high score. 5. What two pro-baseball team: gan; Newhouser.. Trucks, Gentry I Walters, Guftinert and Lamanno.and eligible to vote in November? : t;

size 21. Mullet was used for,bait: I I Mrs.. Lillian Shuman. 125 average have:: drawn, to date, the record. Ricbe. ----.- t 4. How many acres of top soil I 1

KINGFISH: Lad Hazlinger. ofCleveland. ; ; 145: high score. crowd for a single game? It S.cand Came are lost annually by erosion in I 1t
Ohio from aboard I Mrs. Edna Sorter 120 average; R. II. .E. R. H. E. the U. S.! I 'W

Captain Frank Wicker's charter. high- game 141. THE ANSWERS: Boston.___ _____ ___ -:: .482 Pittsburgh. ...;:_:. . 13 II 1 i I 3. What: is the biggest city in I
boat, submitted the winner used in' : I 1. James T. Sutherland. New York ._ -=. 1cY 5. )JO IMcCalf Cincinnati _. .,--- . 10 10 1 Latin-America?
'hit'flroup. Ifezlinger a Capt. and Georges Vezina. :! Doristi., De and '-febOreeg_ I : Walsh itnd Kluttz; Fox <6. How many delegates are f
rod. with a 9 ounce tip. Fred Taylor I
Pfluger West-Lake !
: needed to win the Republicannpmination :
and Niarho :
equipped with a Senator reel,'Key i 2. Montreal Canadians. 1 betts; Lopat, Page .. Hetki, Peterson, Werkmeier, ,
------; &eutt and Mueller. ?
and 34threadlinen lint 3. When Robsrt T- Jones .Jr.- .
size V Worth ContestsRained r British '.First Gann. I y -' 7. Name the three Presidents i ; -. .,
DOLPHIN Walter Castles of won the British Open
: I R. II. E.Washington who died in office during the I ,, '
andhs R. II. E. -<
Short 11111*. N. J, a guest of the Amateur the U. S. Open g: d
Cactus Terrace, submitted the Out U. S. Amateur titles in one year. : .-.,- -f Tf\.1---'ir'' t 0.6 1St. Louis h_ __ .%.. *-*T-- 1 1 2 month of April. Ir I k-.. . .. ., .
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winner. in this .class. His catch Holland.. Philadelphia ---;---- 4 9 0 j Chicago. h _ -2 _1 370 8. What liner holds the present r
4 -at Hudson, Pieretti and Early; Dickson, Hearn --and Wilber transatlantic speed record? ;
was made aboard Captain Reggie j 5. Yankees and Red Sox : I
Trevor's charter boat The By P .DRO AGUILAR t Yankee Stadium. Scheib and Rosar. 'I! Meyer and McCullough.. 9. What General was nominated I HERE ARE THE BOYS who battled it out in tha semifinals *f
Osprey 11. A Calcutta rod. with The Lake Worth and Key West j i i I! for President and elected ; the North and Scuth Amateur Golf championship at P Mhu....

a 12 ounce tip and an 18 inch scheduled baseball and Softball f i. Second Game 'i. refit Cane i just 100 years ago? i N. C. Tops Arnold Palmer (left). Wake Forest College stwtfes. *

butt, equipped- with a Penn Senator games were rained out.Lake Worth |j, Vehicle Dives Into R. II. E. : R. H. E. 10. Name the two inland I from Latrobe. Fa. met Harvie. Ward. Jr. (TIgM.4 Tartar N. C.

,/0 reel ,and 21-thread Print On Saturday the ,Washington no . 7 12 O New York ____.__ u 6 11 2'' countries in South America. : a University ef North Carclina student. ha.... o fcr .._.KeaJ
Bob's played
Pat RneSAILFISI'. and 'Sport Shop r Philadelphia . 33 1 : Boston __. .... _ 2 10 0
tees four lruiinge and the rain stopped River Driver Safe : match. Charles A. Snow (left at bottm) of Hiffc Point N. c.
: Caught by MoiseN. ; I Scarborough Garcia FerrickJ I Newsom Trinkle and .Cooper :,
two-alL met Frank A. Stranahan .
the game with the score I The Answers (right) of Toiode. O.Cigars
Kaplan Atlanta. Georgia, a Bob's had three bases. I and Evans; Brissie, Fowler, Saw: SOlin. WhiLe. Hogue :and Salkeld.age : I .
men on Penn.-
NORTHUMBERLAND. "* ; --- -- -
guest of La Conrha Hotel aboard and Rosar. J .
-3aheduled'to i
Captain John West's' charter boat Key West playat iI When his autombile swerved off I Second Cam I 1. Economic Cooperation Administration -
Lake Worth July 4..and wehope j I Lead
Mae West using a bamboo pole on. a bridge Woodrow Carr 26-year- First Game .' R. H. ) ; Committee for Eu- : I
it does not rain then. i! ,
with a B-ounce tip. 18-inch butt. j old army sergeant was plunged R. H- E. New York' -:- 6 8 E.I I ropean Economic Cooperation:

/ f equipped' with Van Hoff 40 .reel Discussing the subject of women with the car, 100 feet into the icy Chicago ------ __..h._.... 412 0 j Boston --.:..-..; . .- _ 0 2 and Economic Commission for To Arrest. Q A. '
i i i and U thread linen line. in business Business Week waters of the Susquehanna River. St. Louis ..._h. .._ 1 9 2{ Jones and Westrum; Prende- Europe. V

TARPON: Mrs. H. Howard Magazine reports that 46 percent I i With the water pressure seal Grove and Tresh; Zoldak. Wid- gast, Bickfotd.: Martin and Masi. I 2. Rogers Hornsby. ': BALTIMORE. Md.-FoHowing A
Babrock. aboard Captain S. W: ing the car's doors. Carr finally 1 3. 93,941,000 about ten mil Lt &
!: trail of
of the women holding jobs a cigars and cigar boxes "
De MerrittS charter boat Evelyn managed to push one door open \
lions more than in 1940.
brought in the winning tarpon. are married and over half of;' to wriggle out and I from a grocery store police recovered ,. <-
75 -and ,Iff them are 35 years old or older 1 i wide enough Civilians Now In First Place I!I 4. About 500000. a haul thai included two "
weighing pounds swim 50 feet to shore. 5. Buenos Aires Argentina. i.: crates of and several $
Inches In length with a girth of few scratches to i eggs picnichams. s
i He had only a : of
6. 1094.
lain, ''Edgenton Birmingham i I 548 a majority ,e a 4dte 't 1't
13 Calcutta inches.pole Mrs.S feet ctaocock long used with a a England. j jBON1TA t show for his experience. 1 To I 7. Wm. Henry Harrison Apr. Two Negro men were arrested <, .. {
In Service 3G
S ounce tip and 24 inch butt, : : George C. Theall,f League; 'Wqn4. j: 4. 1941; Abraham Lincoln.) Apr. charged with the theft
SMILE? : 1865 and Franklin D. Roosevelt
equipped with' an Ocean City Media. Pa. 41 i I WILL YOU -; (,f15. ;
C1.ASSS" : Apr. 12, 1945. I
reel., sin 6 0. and 18 thread linen ft-' Subscribe to The Citizen.
I r Two winners are reported in I ForbidsDoctorThe CALVIN WILLIAKD ALLOWS : I 8. The Queen Mary 3 days i
line. I Modesty\ i Hernandez! 31, _: 4 0.1 5 2 hours minutes. _._ .
AMDERJACK H. A. Sulham. the Class "B" tournament-a 120 I i -- ---- -- -
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i of Burlington. Vermont broughtin mutton, snapper and a tarpon; ;; ONLY SEVEN Villareal 2b-sa 3 0 1 2 2Dumenech I I 9. General Zachary Taylor. _..dIIIIIIIIIIUIIJllIIlIIlRlllllllltlltr"'IIRIHIIlIiIHtllI_. 1111 I .

thV winner aboard Captain winners in this group were: j i best thing for you J d -.-:- 4 0 1 2 0 :I 10. Bolivia and Paraguay haveno .

John West's charter boat Mae MUTTON SNAPPER: Erven I to do is to give up drinking and HITS, FANS FOUR.T. I darcia, 1f 2 ._ 3. 0 8 0 0'',', coastline. .

West weighing 43 pounds, 45 1.2 Ludwig Ottawa Ill, a guest of''smoking get up early every I ; Barber. If . k. i 0 0 0 0 < .
the Gulfstream Trailer damp morning and go to bed early BEAT CLOWNSSub I Peanuts are becoming a native- .
(mites long, with a girth of 27 1-2 i
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Williard ..4-l.- 1 1 0 Ii
submitted 14 3-4 t j p. New Guinea.
it*he*, using a Calcutta pole a pound entry every nightPatient grown product in I. .
With measuring 30 1-2 inches in length -Somehow, doctor, I Base Civilians took sole .
equipped a Templar reel
t sire 4 O. Sulham landed his with a girth of 20 inches.: t I. don't deserve the best What's I' possession of first place i in the i Totals -. 33 4 6 27: 18 1 I. .
Service League after-
36-A Saturday '
TARPON Leslie O. Loy
: second best -
24 Clowns
catchusing thread
a linen .
Naval Air Station, submitted an noon by defeating the Public .' : We know that you are r
line.GROUPER, entry weighing 81 pounds, 63 1.2 I Works Clowns, 4-3, behind the Player- AB R II PO A the best. We'll tell the rest, Down- i. rr
George R. West of
Wilinkigton. :N. C, aboard Captain inches long, with a girth of 31 TODAY'S effective hurling of Calvin Wil- Ellis 2b __.___._ __ 3 1 I 2 0 in-Old-Key-West. You're welcomeas .

;John West's charter boat inches. ANNIVERSARIESKnow liard. Gallagher:: ss 4 -0 U 2 :3Ilurgohy ; the Flowers in Mny. Sorry .r ki
CLASS "C" In pitching one of the be ;t 31.J'I 1 3 1 3 when you say. "Gee! 1 hate to go ,' \\4" Ia

j winu Two winners are listed in the I ( America) games played thus far this sfea- Brown, Ib. ___-"h 4 1 1 11 0 I away." Youll find* Peach-right rr

I log 4.feet In length with a girthof Class "C" tourney: 1735-John J. Audubon famed son on that field Williard spaced McIntosh, c _ _. 4 0 0 5 1 on the Beach. Duwn in our Southern a
; 32 '.Z inches, using a Calcutta JEWFISH: L. W. Rudy 1317 I ornithologist, author and artist seven Clown hits and struck out I Alces, lf-p 'm 3 0 0 I 0 Clime. Just you put your antlers .

pole | feet long, with an 18 inch Eliza- !street submitted a catch I whose colossal "Birds of Ameri four. lie issued three free tick- Dean cf . 3 0 0 2 0I away-You' won't need them .

butt equipped with a Templar Weighing 245 pounds, measuring :ca" is still the greatest work of ets.The I Smith cf _.___ _. 18000 -Bathing To-day. We know that: .
'"1. 3/e 4/0 and 24-thread linen I 8 feet one Inch in length, with a its kind, born in Santo Domingo. ,I Civilians took an "early Butler rf-!f ..- -.-- 40120: Shell be your Guest. We'll tin -
line. -While in Key West Willis girth of 5 feet caught off the Died in Audubon Park N. Y. lead in the first inning when Roberts, p-cf . 2 0 0 1 4 i the Down-in-OId-Kcy-Wcst. a .

was t guest of the Cactus Ter- Porter Dock.TARPON Jan..27: 1851. they pushed across two runs on 'I Miller rf ----- -- 20100 -Bcnj. F. (Happy) Werkheiser, I II .
rce. f : George M. Brown, : 1815-Charles W. Couldock three walks, Mario liernandez'atexas Tavernier. Fla. :' a'a
MUTTON SNAPPER: This Waycross. Ga, whose home in I noted American actor on the 'leaguer and Santana's Totals34 3 7 27 11 I a

was won also by Willis and was Key West is 205-D Poinciana :stage some 60 years who gave steal of home. Score by innings: R. 11. E. a
submitted a 25 1-2 pound tarpon, I earnings away to the poor, Clowns were ahead in the third '
caught aboard the same charter Civilians _:L 200 000 200-4. 6 5 .
Died Nov. 27, when scored three runs on .. sr a
measuring 3 feet 9 inches io born in London. they '
boat the same day. His catcheifhed i Clowns ..._ 003 000 000-3 7 4
13 pounds. measured lengthwith: a girth of 22 inches. ,1898. four errors, a walk. Brown's sin- Hernandez, BROAPWAYCIGAR rr
Law Olmstead gle and Burgohy's Errors: AceVedo
; triple.
CLASS "D" 1822 Frederick
30 Iinches in length with a I Villarear WjlHard, Ellis :2. Galla
In the Class "D" tournament ,famed landscape architect, who Civilians iced the game in the rr
XI 3-4 inches. It STORE .
girth ; was batted in
Roberts :
seventh gher. ; runs
born Williard
there was only one winner since shaped his art in America, opened the .
landed with the same equipment this covered only one phase of I I in Haruord. Conn. Died in Bos '.frame with a pop single to right Acevedo; Hernandez grown;

M the; grouper. the tournament the largest fish 1 I ton. Aug. 28, 1903.1134Charles Baker's bunt went for a hit and I three-base hit: Ellis, Burgohy.; I 610 Duval Street : FOR HOME or :

CITATIONS CLASS "A" caught by a hand line. A citation I Fairer Browne Santana, the next batter, sacrificed stolen' bases: BaKer, Montana, Roberts

A SAILFISH: Gladys W. With- will be awarded to the other en I I("Artemas Ward"- famed humorist both runms-s. Armando Hernandez Villareal, Miller; I :
row. Highland Park. Ill, and S. try. his age renowned platform Acevedo's single through the boxscored J sacrifice hits: Santana Acevedo COMPLETEBASEBALL: COMMERCIAL USE :

It Ilabtr of Fitzgerald Georgia. .JEWFISH: Caught on a hand humorist author born Waterford both runners. :Gallagher left on bases: Civilians .

TARPON: ; R. W. Marvin. Cor- line from Porter Dock, weighing I Maine. Died. March 6, Burgohy. Clown thirdstcker 8, Clowns 9; struck out: by Alces We ArtPrepared To Furnhh 1 *M i'h6
pulls/. / Pa. 210 pounds measuring 6 feet 4 1867. f.led the hitters with a triple, and 1, by Roberts 4, by Williard 4; r
GROUPER: Marion S. About, Incbe in length with a girth of 1840-John Clark Ridpath. De- two singles in four trys. based on balls: off Alces 1, off SCORES Clear, Pure Cl'tlES' or (:HI SI I Hit: HE: a

Bosweli. Indiana. 45 inches.A PaUw University professor of Box score: Roberts 4. off Williard 3; hits: off a

WAIIOO: J. G. Luks. Cleve-. citation In this class will be history writer of popular historical Civilians Roberts 3 in C innings, off Alces POPULAR BRANDS of
land. Ohio: and Mrs. Walter P. forwarded to Mrs. Willie Jewell works, born in Putnam Co., Player- AB R H PO A 3-in 3 i irtnings; passed ball: McIntosh : Thompson Enterprises. Inc. :

Chrysler. Jr., North Wales,War. Gill. Route Four. Box 72 Pensa- Ind. Died July 31, 1900.' Baker, rf u____ h_ 3 2 I 0 1 ; losing pitcher: AIm; win- Cigars and Cold

nntor( Va.MUTTON. ,cola. Florida who entered a Cra- 1862-Edmund C. Tarbell Santana, ss --- 2 1 0 2 2 ning pitclier;, Wiliiard; umpires; (ICE DIVISION .
SNAPPER: J. K. yule jack, weighing 11 1-2 world-famed Boston artist bornin Albury. 2b ____ __ 1 0 0 I 2 McGhee Clark and Villareal; )
Crowrtl. Morgantown. N. C. (pounds with a length of 31 1-2 I Groton, Mass. Died Aug. 1, Acevedo Ib 4-0 1 10 0 scorer: Castaneda; time of game: Soft Drinks PHONE NO. 8 KIEL w.M'. I'LA. a
DOr.rlUN: Arthur Chamber-! inches and a girth of 17 inches. 1933. Roberts c '-_,* ::_'4T :05 1 2:16. 't' ' s r
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r 1948 THE KEY WEST CITIZENUnified . .. ;

must-- find-- out how'fast .disap'' ;; ...:........,,;:... WD.FARE. CHECK.- COAL MNfij :- t I
.it's FOR j

"' Service_ aAr ils '. j I The Weather -j jI : This'Job s - .Is AIl'Wet' -4\!watereompanies pearing and advise accordingly'fanners .and' ', People's s- VQ i ; I o r 11; 1 1I

I I I COLORAPO SPRINGS, Color: Wet weather doesnFtbother ............
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i To End M I !f i (AP).-When it, rains and snows, Pribble as much as the late summer r t .
| Bickering! FORECAST He's the The Cttlmrm _!__- nrrrer;
pity' : the poor guy who has to go,}j, droughts. policeman .!- .C "1 tae vlrws .f !(. readm '
Key West and Vicinity: Partly out and sc-e. what's happening.: expected to enforce precious! water bat .h. Nits re.enn tie I
By >EDWARD H. SIMS j cloudy to cloudy. with scattered He's the water inspector or water rights and priorities the rrc.f* ,. del..<. .mr ....* wklehre ,. t w.
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Citlsen's Washing*,CorrespondentWASHINGTON. showers this afternoon and tonight commisssioner as he's known in >supply, dwindles. If a farmer U .,, YN,..wrw aaNi/ .. ,
I clearing Tuesday. Not [ fate ...oW> _n.. tie lt.rn, ,.
.-Tho sad western commqnities. It's his job sneaking a little extra water
t part of tho notional defense .. .. .. k A
program -! much change in temperature. ( 5111w*rir. *ril* e Ue + I
V 1 the apparent falluro. thus for of fie Herr defense to protect the vita lifeline'of the;: from the ditch for his parched! t .k* Sclt.rl.re .ftkv 1 r
set-up Gentle to moderate easterly rlr-.T.: : I
to barmonii:* and coordinate the I I drylmds-the dams and cosec: fields Pribble has to stop h'unf mmmtfrnm? Ikeletter '
sarvices. When the< plan was winds fresh at timesFlorida rrJ will ke ..klMke beloCJ l argued here last said voirsand irrigation ditches J f and' still remain his, friend. )His '..... repre.tN tkerwUe"STATES >
year it would eliminate "' :
proponents : Farilycloudy today J. M.Pribble. "I.) area covers mountain and .
bkketlna between I In El Paso county he's : a s t i
MrYice chiefs, and : Few
tonight Tuesday Jn 19 en the job I plains region which i would ake APPRECIATION"Editor.
years; j : !
Whll no ODe actually thought It would'sto ,all such squa'btlingj showers inextreme* outh: poi* I I heif'lough't/ through very kind a ti'ke: =sizect 'little"'natan in .The C ti-Rn:
J thought/ would I tion rod ft iK ed showers
many work .in that direction. But ? >
recent v of bad weather except a typhoon.j crowded Eurppe. It includes eight ,,.. ,
event bare {and thu '"it7-aUahassee | I retjoes\the privilege of conveying t ,, itw
proved the new set-up is just as vulnerable 1 : a '
to 'When thefeVa'fTash flood, Dribble -, reservoirs with 'ca'pacity of + '
tonightSXa Lit- : fact that this
was tJtlJly. to you .the r
old Mm**}* Jealousy I k i that the runoff (? ) atiors. From
hasttq see nearty 3,0pEOPO m .
le char i+i . ,contixKtfxl tier deeply appreciative :
among service curets-as the 'I doesn-run off with the .gates them run miles and miles of I ;

old ..!-up was.It 3IAGIDOFF HOMEZ8J& I to East freshwindswSrJo G djg 2J.odern.te'i southeast :along. the ditches. He must make,(i:ditches carrying the life.blood to of have the given invaluable the staff assistance of the Sub you #. i i'
was only after roncmsmenan 'ib over southern. portion and southi: weekly measurements?; of all 1 i rich farming areas which once marine Base newspaper The Key ,
Armed Furre rammitUe on J east to lJUover, northern por I I available water_= and snow. He1 were dry desolate wastes.__ .Outpost As you well know ..t14p % ,
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boUt aids of the Capitol hadhranl lion through Te B5day, Partly 7. r.r.....r.rr.r..r...9.Political .....'rrtf ..' 'publishing{ a newspaper, however N ; '
) Secretary of the Air Force i I
weatberVwith few showers
cloudy small, is a trying task at best, and
Stuart Srmincton that they rea- sduth portion today .
extreme { inexperienced s
Announcements whtn..one is published by -
1 trod. what was coin Fur I
on. 1. 'and:; over etfene jporth portion personnel ordinary difficulties ,
Symington was recently' put inn .
tonight and To sdjiy.Jacksoriville'TnVough
j fact ihat
double renders
emuarattinc tpot with his Air a.t : x I the Florida DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 4, 1 .#8.wwww.wwwwuwww.wr.wwuwwwwwwuauw your assistance the more
Fwre.Some. 4 Moderate fresh .
I Straits: w
valuable if- not absolutsly essen
time a c<> he dIM out for east to southeast winds over Sa'
For Governor For County CommissionerFifth k .
a i4-tnwP Air Force But afterrtinfertnces r : I south portion through Tuesday. I tial.It is deeds of this unselfish nature -
with his chief, former 1 < xw Over north, portion moderate COLIN ENGLISHFor District
remain the backbone of
Secretary of the Navy James t't j southeasterly winds todayand tonight r W. A. PARRISH _
Fertwttal. he came to Congressional becoming moderate to fresh Governor the pleasant relations: presently I .' 14 krrrtt
hearings, and supportedFormtal's f southeast to south Tuesday. Partly i I existing\ between the Navy and ;
I'I DAN MCCARTYFor For Superintendent the civilian populace of Key WILLIAM CLEVER. bearded miner typical ef ttta.t workers. M}
plan fur over-sU defeme cloudy weather with 'few .
Including a Si-croup r I showers extreme south i portiontoday. 1 1I I Public Instruction1 West l the nation's soft coal fields sits at home in Ul onlown. Pa, whJi

Air ForTe only. Symington didn't I { i Governor i WILLARO; ALBURY Very truly yours, t three of his eight children: and reads n.ws of the dttj>%>.U er.J t ,

rate a howl but whenhe wis Jacksonville> to Apalachicola: W. A. SHANDS, .WILLARD A. SAUNDERS, pensions for miners. In his hand is a SI30 welfare check r.*

put squarely *n the. pot..he admitted : I No small craft or'storm. warnings I II (BILL)" For Superintendent Captain, VS. Navy. I ceived from United Mine Workers during a recent Macs. Tfci

be thought a 70-group' AirFare I have been issued. - I .- Public Instruction: Key .West Fla., dispute deadlock finally! was broken when Sep Styles. Bridges ,

was the minimum require- For State Comptroller April 24, 1948.Regains. t was named to the pension board.:. !j* ,
merit Report .
: i iI EDWIN _G. FRASER f ,
Thereupon Senators went to and work.Representatives "'stiff .1.. I Key West Fla. April: 2G, 1943 ,I For State Comptroller 'I .:..For Superintendent'of $700; I RICHARD MACK I

They agreed with Syrpin ton l { 4. r Observation taken at City Office., (Incumbent) Public Instruction ,
; 1 A.M. EST)
parctically hundred per cent t 8:30: I
They were at odds with -some w ,x"lti.. I!I Temperature I' C. M GAY MELVIN RUSSELL Then Fainted I, 7 t&c :

points !In Forrectal's program. For j (YVIrepIu.to) Highest yesterday -_--. 771 4 V
last night 70 For State SuperintendentTOM For Member School.Board .WEST FRANKFORT, II1.-1
instance. ForresUl claimed' if two ROBERT MAGIDOFF. American I I'Lowest - i ,. ., -
extra billions were to he spent to 1( I II I, Mean+ _. __ -* n__ __ 74 D. BAILEYFor Second District When! janitor Les ,Burke arrived _, FLORIDA RAILROAD>* ;
expelled .
bolster the Air Force each of the I fron Russia :1 Normal -_ .... .--. .-_- .. ,- 77 I GERALD, H. .ADAMS at wqrk at imGvie theatre rei i M "
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on charges
spy arrives -
; Circuit Court Judge unidentified ad PUBlIC
other two services should receive Precipitation cently. an man was .

I a like amount. That would ltM.'an.1 1 1fn I at flew York's LaGuardia I 1 Total last 24 hours _. 3.12 ins. (Group One) For Member School Board waiting for him. to tell him that I
that I increase Field at the end of his: flight he thought he had lust his billfold -
effect every :' Total this month _ 10.59 ins. WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN UTILITIES COMMJS5HWRAILROAD t
from Second District
granted' the Air ForTe would cost Europe. He was ordered in the theatre th? night be- r M

twig* as much.FbrtesW out of;, Russia after his former I, Excess this month 9.51 ..ns.1 For Circuit Court Judge ALLAN L. HAMPTONFor fore. r 7 4cac su 4tr I ar ,..
Total this _. 13.67 . ,
explained this theory I secretary: Helen Nelson charged I i year Leading the janitor to the seat ., .
7 Monroe j SERYfCE
I Group ( County) rt
Excess this 7.SC ins.
hi Moscow .that he had year where he had sat the previous ,
as a balanced defense. But certain engaged I i I Relative Incumbent (Member School Board j p 1 TELEPHONE SEKV1CE "'
-Congressmen, didn't agree I r in espionage against j i iI j I Humidity' Fourth District night> the janitor picked up a. s ,
that our defense is balanced at I Russia. i iI I I at 8:30 A.M. AQUILJNO LOPEZ JR. bulky wallet and handed it to the i j BUS SERVICETELEGRAPH .

the present moment They said I I i I II j 23"k JULIO CABANAS, JR. man. The man promptly fainted! j I SERVICE

Air Force was the initial I 1 I Barometer For Circuit Court, Judge After Burke had revived him i ,. .
in modern TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS I| f fR.* Level) 8:30 A.M. For Member School Board the J < TRUCKING SERVICE
ing force respond-I : Croup 7. (Monroe County) with water man staggeredout ,

that it was only (Know America) i iI I 29.91 ins. 1012.9 mbs. Candidate Fourth District of the theatre mumbling-- :

to keep it reasonably Paul G. Hoffman of r'i Tomorrow's Almanac I II JOSEPH OTTO ISADORE WEINTRAUB "I must have fainted -it's too PUT MACK BACK -
I I president
at a minimum safe strength. Sunrise -- 5:55: a.m. good to be true." The wallet contained ',,
Studebaker, adminirtrator of the'I
The Navy got what was ;I Sunset __.__ 6:55: p.m. $700.Acting .
generally nn For State Attorney lfc i
wl. f.r
European Plan born in rnUl* rtr t r *t TOVt
Recovery For Clerk of Criminal Court
since Moonrise . _ 11:17 I
conceded equal stress : p.m.
it has its own air arm.But the I I Chicago.. Senator 57 years Edward aaU.S. J. I II. !I Moonset _,___ _._.___ 8:55: a.m. Re-election 'C: SAM B. CURRY City Manager Ralph E.f t 10
Army, and for that matter the 'I. Thye I J. Henry. director of finance for';
the Navy didn't agree on the 4 Aberdeen' .1 For. Clerk of Criminal Court the 'City of SL Petersburg, has i
importance of. the Air Force. It i S. D, 52 years ago. I I TIDES For State.l ttomey ,3 II DONGO been asked to speak at the con I COLLEGE GRADUATE BUSINESS MAN
I Admiral Richard L. ] Tomorrow ,MARRY
vention of National Municipal }
followed that Congress
thertlore, : (Naval Base) .. ..__, ( 'lQr. 'Qg. :RICH AlRD 4 tc Moy 411
t othf, ![t. -trtsih i+li\t. werda raaJ. Jjprn in Waukcgon Ilj.....56) years p I Finance-Officers in Denver June ; *
ago,. I L Eastern Standard Time) For Supervisor of .
For State RepresentativeFor .
Air (one-plans much more Ih'anj, 10. : (['aid t'u1tlN'at, 'l.d.rt.'rI' ,
Cass Canfield, -prcsid=nt of High Low Registration . ,
Re-nominalion ------ -- - ---- -- -- --
ForresUl .recommended. j -- --- --
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settled. But Harper &t Bros, New York born I 12:47 a.m. 5:09: a.m. JOHN ENGLANDFor ... . .. -
still isn t
The issue BERNIE C. PAPY
11:41 7:02
there.51 years ago. I : a.m. : p.m. .
top Army and Navy chiefs I .
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i Santa Monica
Anita Loos of ,i i
} with Congress.disa-I Representative Judge Juvenile Court
gree strongly '' For State .
Cat.author born at Sisson, Cal., ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
There Air 'Force is much disagrees bickering with going on 55 years.ago.; !| Reference Station: Key West MILTON A. PARROTT r DAVID E. McCURDY FLORIDA Needs a Man as GOVERNORWith

It that no Thomas Roy Jones, president : Time of] Height of (Mickey) I' ,

amount underground.of defense seems legislation will :of American- Type Founders,'I 1 StationTid.- high| water ( For Judge Juvenile Court '

ever end the intense rivalry of I Elizabcvh. J.. born at Kinsman, Bahia Honda For State Representative FRANK O. ROBERTS Record of Pe'l

the services when it comes to I Kans.. 58 years ago. '1,I (bridgeOh) 10m 0.0 ft TOM O. WATKINSFor i t a uneuue. .

appropriations-which some sayLm't I Dr.; Algo D. Itenderson, greet No Name Key ... I Ii For Justice of Peace
dent of Antioch College. Yellow :i (east end) __+2h 20m ,
a bad thing. Sheriff First District.
Air Force and Army chiefs Springs: Ohio, born St Solomon, Boca Chica FRED O. EBERHARDT I!t IRA F. ALBURY Not P'tfJd4e4!
would like to see a neutral Secretary I Kansas 51 years ago..JonaSian I| (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m !
W. Daniels journalist ; Caldes Channel For Bv-election
of Defense. however. They that -author, son of a onetime secretary !! (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft For Sheriff ' i t . For The Four Critical l Years Ahead

an think ex,-Navy and man may can't be wrong help favoring I' 'cf the navy, born in RaLeigh ,l I 000 RAFAEL H. FERRER 1 For Justice of Peace -T--- -

the Navy. That's the way r N. C. 46 years Sfeo. 1 NOTE: (Known as Mr. Grass and Chkho) 1 I' First District ---------------- -
the Prof. G. Donald Hudson of > (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto
defense things are set-up.going under new !Northwestern University notd be subtracted. For Sheriff I I I PAUL BOYSEN ..> *! *

f geographer, born in Japan of I, (-f) Plus sign: Corrections to '
... ,American parents 51 years ago. I be added. ,j I For Justice of Peace What the next (our years hold in store for: our '

(h)-Hour. 1 ("Dutch") I Second District state our nation and the world at large no one knows. But P

Temperatures I Automobiles do not travel by I (mMinute.Totem) I MYRTLAND CATES whatever comes. . Florida must be prepared!
For Sheriff I I
themselves. It is the sick emotional (ft)-Feet.
TiJO! AM EAT. or abnormal drivers who EVERETT: R. RIVAS ;J . The times call for an experienced:! man..a man

are responsible for most :accidents poles built by North Tor. Justice of Pe'a'ceSer.ond with o successful record of public service. .a man who can

autioaBiUincs I according to a recent article American Indians ranged from a -- For Sheriff District and will, chart a sound and constructive course for our state

At1..t -"'t-. ....... 8%'' in Better Homes and"Gardens few feet to as much aas GO it et BERLIN A. SAWYERFor I ROY HAMLIN g v'nment..a man who is equipped with the ability and with

...____....... --- Magazine. tall.LOCOMOTIVE _- Re-election actual l experience in state government . a man who won't
BirminghamHumaik ------- 3SWt - 'For Justice' of Peace have to flounder and grope his way around trying to horn the
: EXPLODES, KILLS TWO I of Governor..a who take the of Chief '
.. .. 42 For Sheriff Second District man can over job
--- -- --- Executive of our state without loss of valuable time. Aboveall
Bultun _.______- 45 : JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD i i I EUGENE SANCHEZ any
: Florida needs a man whose record clearly proves him
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BuffaloCharlestim ___ 64 .(COFFEE) .
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For Clerk of Circuit Court to be a performer not a promised!

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Chicago _ GG. .... EARL R. ADAMS For Justice of Peace Colin English is the man Florida needs..for the
good and best interests of all Florida.
Second District. .
Corpus Christi _ __ . 57 For Clerk of Circuit Court '

Drover __, ,-_ 39 I ts FRANK BENTLEYFor I i: SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN Remember.Colin English has served for the post

Detroit .. ..___ 57 ta t r (SAM) f eleven years as a member of the Governor's Cabinet. the

D _...... !, t I: 1. executive committee and other important state boards and
(PMMI County Tax Assessor, For" Constable ( '
; "" wtut! frfo [:JttIiII
the administrations of
571 commissions during three
Ft Worth ._._. GANDOLFO governors.
District has done for the faod afdrtrt
Jacksonville .. C8 s 1 RAUL A. CARBONELLFor Remember in these important times political
I nvrid.1..thtcl his ftc.-I!
Kansas. City ._ 56 .a For County Commissioner promises; ore no better than the candidate who makes them

,Ita.WDT ._.__ ___ 72 .yy First District Constable ...no better than the ability and public record of the mok.r I R.d..c JIyr....t scour

>Key Wetl Airport _.. 71 1.1:, ... .,._ JOE ALLEN I Ij First'District to keep them. by SIS ON 80*

Lmr4 AngelesLuuisville. _ -_. 52 ,.. j CARL J. INGRAHAM Colin English has done things for Florida
t aa. For County Commissioner great 'Inlei-st rate M. Vtoodl ..... I
__ 62" c First District For ConstableFirst ...as Governor he will do greater things for All Florida1' You rNrnr Mlrr.;asl

Miami! 74 can judge men only by what they have done and occompl shed *: To .\ ,x111 r
.. I District
MinneapolisMemphis __ 55 i .r M : ., .. J. OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor ...and the soundness of their program for the good of all the

.":; __ 64 > <...w...... County Commissioner HARRY H. JOHNSONFor people. Read the 33-Point program of Colin English for o J S.j+ n'r" -:.=:'

New Ot.leans _..... __ 64 | \p. Y$ R t First District ConstableFirst greater Florida then vote for and V ,:rt:n nb.t =- .......

New* York ....._ 46i j t x ,nt Ilf srsMe
t W. C SUGAR SWEETING j District
N HUk .. .t t ( ) t
56t C. FLONEY PELLICIERFor ..I b'o' ,rrdesis,
Oklahoma City .- _ "IW I I49' IrtR ., "'s i For County Commissioner J' V". ..".II''.... .......

OnuYhaIVncamLa .__. t Third DistrictCLARENCE : ConstableFirst ...' L.,... .t... ......
77I'ttwdtrake i f p'' .. '1Ie NaM

__ G2 t .fir t J. PIERCE .... d.'.'..... ..
Sag Antonio ._ _ 52 For County Commissioner t I.. II I I ,IestlattNe
I Bennie
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Fifth District r ', .t tar...ewl
San Francisco _......._._.. 41 .6'r" a, ,, V rte' ., :.s a NteM
Seattle ._. _. 38 r .__ ii\i For Constable I t. I. .1..... ...........
lAP Photos) (.t t, L :.c:1IeeII.: trio urgco4w
Tallahassee _ __ M For County Commissioner 1 First District ) 1 tn -..

Tampa h _--- .. .- 61 THE TINDER-CARRIAGE (top) of a huge Clinchficld Railroad Fifth District I BERNARD H. WAITE At The May 4th Democratic Primaries ..
Washington SSo HARRY L- HARRISFor <;.r..u .t ,..,.....
the and
locomotive: remains on track after the boiler exploded

B l killed two crewmen at Caney Bottom. N. C. 10 miles south of I County CommissionerFifth For Constable I Write Colin'; English/; Headquarter' Tallahassee/ for a 1'1.800'In. lIfls K ft arera* .%at.M e Utnfirji ...

The annual convention of Pilot Erwin Tenn. The wrecked boiler (bottom)) is beside a stream District Second District COPT of hh; 33-point program for a greater Florida. V [ K ftnta :=

Intrn.tional ,it scheduled to be 12S feet from-ih- nada-tarriage. It was blown there br the JOE JOHNSONFor JOSE ESPINOSA SYpt/rltrlrrt .

MW, at the .<:""ton-Plaza IfnttU explosion. Engineer Ed Davenport 54. of Spruce Pine. N. C. listen to Colin English Monday Night at "'ru t1A > 1936' -

fbytan &.,., June 1719. and Firemen Rex Phillips. 33 of Erwin, were killed instantly;. I County Commissioner For Constable I 8:00 o'clock over the State ABC Network. arnrte s.Nr, .n Stlte.

ft was Bnnminrtyl<< b. tat nre- The locomotive was pulling 70 coal the from Elkhorn Second District .
siderlt : cars on run Fifth District I r>....fat.,n*trw-4*el Calm fogliiS"
'"f Florida Pilot Clubs. .
City Ky. to Sparlanburg S. EDNEY PARKER CHARLES G. PAPY
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. ; ; HAUNTED HOLIDAY :BURGLARS' GET : -CITY(Continued-.ISrTHYINC From Page TO One)' 1 some improvement proposition the for starting U-shU the 1 l PB's fIiI -

1:1 :1'eluded in the bight that city j Some time ago city and Chamber -
J purchased from elate authorities. : of Commerce officials held

. e.;. By Cameron Dockery .$365( TODAY IN 'There is no intention on the a meeting at*which it WM de- 'I Sea to ..-....
part: of the city conditions I .
I -- ._... n..-_-_._.-______Leon ____ at the bight U and> upset boat own !i terrnincd to start some develop i i, Mr. a** .*.. Atttumy.. frnkSH
-w--.1 ,
d ers should keep their vessels in 1 i ment of Garrison Bight probably -! iloeiide. Frter ...*. mMM .
d cupped in his bands. Is anything and Julia was sitting in her : LEGIONS: HOME their present locations at least '' by extending and improving -, "1OUDK' Mrtfc of a boy UMU

' Chapter"mE missing"What do be said.meanRIce's place. A v"Aunt for the time being" said this j I| the spit of land that runs out #.ejid.y: : at 4 p. m.
of the big Mann. you Sophie asks to.be ex- ,
occupants shrank to pinpoints."Couldn't city official i i onto the bight from Roosevelt 1'M..nQl weighed :S
pupils I
I .I. ley household guests and servents. robbery be the motive cused.how much rm of sure a shock you all this realize is for: TIE UP STEWARD. THEN.*' Tho city is endeavoring to obtain !I I boulevard.. pound 8 isa ..
before the
4 had gathered in the living ? Mr. Mannley had a safe full her. Naturally this is an unpleasant C 1 -.. "a list of all boat owners in''I!.

gargantuan They fireplace were silent and obviously of money." situation but I'm 0 sure 'St&(4cN! ; TEACHKITS -}! Wuluh1lnmIlwnuHlmlwwuuhlwuwuwliii. I Key West, but will have to send -
"A safe? We didn't find a safe. you all want to cooperate with someone to Miami i to secure such'\
tense. I
Bissett looked pleased. the police. Please feel free to HOME BROKEN' MEETINGS THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI[\ \ POPULAR PMCCS
Sophie Mannleys reddened "It's a wall affair. I'll be glad treat Kalanii as your own home. .i ; a list.. itf v o-
em' were cruelly noticeable to show you. Its in his bedroom. Since it's going to be a nice day :: r .JIWII'11IJUUlIUIIIJIIJJIIIIIIIII1lQll8lUIIU. : I "Whe tie ftriuusTboat owners I Located In Ihe Heart ol & City
against the pallor of her skin but Inside Mannley's room Bissett you may enjoy swimming, 1'ye INTO: |I I are known [they"'will be communicated j
she seemed calm: her small bands pointed out the safe. After the asked Luki to serve tea and cock- Room Mothers to Meet wjthunotionly for the RATES ROOMS WRITE WIRE

were genteely folded in her lap. finger-print man had gone over tails at the cove: at five." '! The sheriff*' office and city I Harris School room mothers purpose of rfcgHiajni; >{ ; the use of REASONABLE (or R&KRVATKHFS

As Vine began the introductions it the secretary manipulated the "Is there anything'we ran doDukane's ?" ,. police'today sieve locking for a will meet tomorrow at' 8 o'clock, Garrison Bi' ht, 'but also to ascertain .- with BATH and TELEPHONE
and dial and slowly pulled out thr
sheriff attorney
to the
L put a match to the fire cylindrical box. When he peered .deep voice cut in.. I,,I gang of burglars who early this at the home of Mrs. Dorothy: to what extent the owners

& someone and the flames sprang to life removing into it and looked up his face Julia shook her head. 1 think ;; morning stole $365 in cash from Sweeting, 613 White street I'I lof Key West boats will support \ Ford Pershing Miller

I some of the deathlike pall was flushed and smug. "It's not Duke.-we'd better. just comply I i;> the home-*f Arthur Sawyer Post ii' -

that seemed to hover over the goner he announced.triumphantly with the poli -they are" our !j 28 of the American Legion and ; lintel Hotel Hotel
best protection you know. I thieves in recent: weeks. On.,

group.Rice cleared his throat uncomfortably -Rice began to look excited him-I Slow horror'crept ;'olVr their 'i entered and stole a$38.Pctronia street home three previous occasions they:i: ALBURY and SON I 60 N.E. 3rd St. 228 N.E. lit AT. 2M HC. itt A...

"How much in it- faces. It evident .that I broke into tile but noth- 'I, I 80 Rooms 100 Rooms _
Tm to that self was I was some place pot .
say I .
In ..
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sometime during the night Mr. rwentyhousa d dollars in I of them had just realized that.a I entering the Legion home, ing.. The fourth time they stole [ NEON SERVICE I Elevator Elevator *

Simeon Mannley was murdered. hundreds." I murderer:'was' still it large.Tni J I the thieves leaped through the $55 from the ca-sh register. ': We, Specialize in All IHONE,:I I Solarium Heated ZievatorI

No one said anything. The attorney be one oC thejfru Julia blushed 1 I bedroom window and grabbed"the ;, Chief* Deputy Sheriff Moreno Kinds of Neon Signs
eyed the group narrowly.The VINCE stood watching the little 1 painfully and tried to undo. hr j I steward of the club, Stephen Wallace was informed of thismorning's : and Lighting Stripping 6,1811I I 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION'

fright that had more or less with amused eyes. John damaging statement. . \ Allmond. 59, as he lay there sleep- He I __
I been a permanent expression of Bissett's ego was inflating! almost "I mean. Uncle Sim was rather ing. burglary. went out I
the Donovans changed to amazement visibly: it would be satisfying to well-known to the public.through I A dog. knownas Wreck was to the Legion home and got i

than dismay. Rice looked puncture it. the newspapers-I m. 'afraidhis 'sleeping with Allmond. several fingerprints. I i
disromfitted. "Oh Rice." Vince said. Td like death may attract lot. ol..mor I The dog Mrs. Henrietta Stone 1106 Pc- i
"You don't seem surprised Miss to speak to you alone. It's impor- bid-minded people.." I ma.de no outcry although it is a tronia street a teacher in Key ;I Ifttt'llBe

JfannIeyhe said to Sophie.Dr. tant." But it was too late -.-.Soma German shepherd and the animal West High School, got tip at 1]i
Palmer told me an hour The secretary shot him an annoyed emitted stifled' seemed .to know the thieve, All- .
a gasp'ontj got'to; about 5 a. m. today to take care iI
p the shock. I am not.uroriRd. suspicious glare but left' mond said later, j
ago to ease her feet. "Pardonez ,I hat I
I' moi. of her'child.. Sheheard a n?isej
Rice looked .
the room. puzzled."Whats the headache. I weel to After overpowering Allmond 1 iI /
go my of .the house
in the front end
"That your brother was murdered eating you Commander? room and lilt down." the burglars threw him I ,
on the '
?" "That money wasn't stolen last i and immediately called; for.. ci'
Dr. Palmer's 'behind.' floor and tied him with I
eyes his his own II
'No-at your announcement night-it disappeared over a week I A neighbor rushed to the Stone
pince-nez examined her fe belt and necktie. .
pr Then they
there is i c-
Where there police ,
ago. . home and .he found that a window
I usually crime of some sprt." Her He told Rice about Mannley's sionally.! lined Allmond ofJiis wallet con- screen had been'-.rem vcd I!.I You'll be ahead of your contpctttert H
voice dripped acid. Rice's lips invitation and their conversationof T have some sedative tablets," taming $200."Then ( . i
from of the front wirtlrJws.1Mrs. ) attend these five sales Sf last-
twIth d. . the previous evening; this involved he offered -Perhaps you'd.liketo they demanded to know you
I .. "Not necessarily but in this mentioning his previous -" t ..." .- where .the club's '' Stone then discovered: ; her I selling surplus. You can't beat 0".
ease yes. So far we have no career as a private investigator. He didn't finish ,the sentence said Allmond. money was:, purse on a table' in the front i I ernment'Owned war surplus-first in
chics. Do any of you have any His confession seemed to amuse Sonia waved his offer 'a..idej.her "They threatened room. A total of $33 had been first.in
( .
beat"me quality price.ORLANDO
if ,
if'I didn't telL"Alinionci I
S suggestions that might shed some the attorney. I thick lashes corning together.in stolen from it.MOTHER'S.
light on this trageoy!" -Well that nips this little dis-' a suspicious stare. "Non. ,me:pci. said there was $;;i0 in
There was a stubborn silence. covery: in the bud. doesn't it? And : eet wee! go away 'after' awhile.I the cash register. The men l<*>k FLA.
The attorney cleared his throat. here I thought we had the motive have some aspereen cenmy* that from the register and then
-As the sheriff and I are in the all neatly sewed up." He. room. I weel try that. found two {coin boxes containing \ DAY tJ Orlando Air Force Base

midst of another investigation we broke into an irrepressiblechuckle. She left the room quickly. h!r about $11:;. They left the Bldg. T.I 110
for Mr. Johanson. "I want to h dark blue taffeta
are sending a \ i; youth housecoat Ma1Jlli SALES DATES
building M
then.Allmond I, :
well-known criminal investiga best of luck. Bonnay. whispering after her. Dr. Palmer *
Select Your Cards EarlyllI! !! I World War 11 Veteran O ty-May 4 (' .\) .)
tor. He will not arrive until tonight "Why? had gone quite pale. It was' "embarrassingly :struggled; :: for about -
or tomorrow therefore I! "Because Johanson is an independent : obvious to himand an hour anH. finally gut lile;;* (;iihxin ami NtrcrobhCARDS I I Federal Veteran AcrMctrs-May S 4 (ISO* I'-M.)

must ask you to stay in or as, sort of guv. He work to the others at the table that fn>e. Although. his handj wrir lJf'atn-f. (t A.M.)

near the house as possible. He best alone. I don't know how he'll if a murderer was in their midst. lied .behind l him. lie ittaiiaKfrJ to Safes to priority groups, except veterans, FWA & R.'e-Mal S (12 JO P.M.)
State &: Local C.eera..si. A: NPr**< JutI.
Sonia I IRolJcrts
rarefully avoided mentioning that I take having a former gumshoeat at least would
reach: a coin telephone which will/ be made fixed Sales tntMM. May 3 Idt (".)I.
they were all suspects but his the scene of the crime." give him no opportunity to add he knocked I at prices. to veterans )
meaning was clear. i her name to that of Simeon tip the floor. Then (except set-aside Hems and commercial AD Levels.r Trade--May S tt-M TJH.)

John Bissett had been leaning I COMEHOW they got through Mannley's on the county police I tlfltclcpl. i operator would OFFICE ;I INSPECTION: Property in healed al Air F.,..
forward. his body hunched on a ,J the mnrving.Sophie blotter. not connect him with the number SUI'I'LIES'' buyers will be on competitive bid basis. Base OrlaMfe. Ha.; Naval Air Statta. lfe_*a

too-small ottoman his cain 'didn't appear for lunch-< CTe be ce.ua.e4) of the club manager Jcorge II. River. Fla.; Da;tons hirsch But *.***. !..*.__

-. --- -.- -- --- -. ...... Conant.. -a 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 Beach Fla.; and .ay be l I.*fHr4 April I* tfcr
I Six Railios This" is an emergency'; tTp I 171 CHARLOTTE, N. C. Mar 3. 1918. 9:00 A.)L U 3.M (".)I. eif** Salrday .

1 IIOHON NEW PRESIDEST\File Key Westers iTo Buy I club has been burglarized -, --- L. J Charlotte and Sundays.
Quartermaster Depot
.(Continued From Pace One) \ mont told the operator. She then. I : S Worth of Select Material
}With Aids
nee. treasurer.ifowell \Return From Flu. Hearing connected Alinumd with Conant SALES DATES: This property f.r rirfw.ir. ...", .. l'.f.ra M ./

A. Davis, Palitka. his .WhrnConant reached the clubat World War II tt ftt4 pnw.

torian. \CJu&'s Cvn veil tion ,[For Deafen ,People '445'a. Vi. he. found AUmond's World War II Veterans t Set-Aside! S.te- 18 Typewriters II Dwks
-- o May 3. 4 (9 AJU.)
.Carl: G. Host. Oral*. a director:! : haodsj e e AJifflied behind vl
-.' .f the corporation' for five vears. '<. Miss Mime: Porter Harris..1 I I I A very interesting meeting of ' :as
.J;Stuart Hicks Key We t, tyJr. delegateMrs.: Lee Goddard an'l'Mrs. .'. Key %Vest Lodge No. 163, knights:I Sawyet: P6st has been entered by FWA-May 6 (9 A.M.) Indnstrial Eqaipmeat.
of Pythias washeld last Friday RFC May (10 A.M.) Household! FarnHare
la hif Mrrmal report to toe con I Herbert Pace. president and II j I I evening. 'a- State Loral Goy'ts-Ia Ii (II A.w.J! heating ami. UckHiirPhttorraphic Eqelp.est
second elsct. j r'I
vice-president cc.speureIy. -
tciiUJB today CUEea H. Taltoc ''; The entertainment committee ----:----; : :Non-Profit Institutions-May G (12 Noon) MaterialsOffice
of the Key West Worn All Levels of 7 A..M. FarnHare and M........
T.-.de-Ma 9
Daytona Beacfa. president of the an's Club returned Saturday I i reported that all was in readiness I II i I ( ) Hardware & Electrical belp.MTents :

ajsoriiUon. xaxl C that the 43Tndxes from the Florida Federation ofWomen's ;,I for the entertainment of the supreme -i j; INSPECTION: Property is located at the Quartermaster
of the state now total!'i; i and grand officers who Depot. Charlotte. N. c.. and may bhispeeted
ISJOa a gain of L55? over the.:'> Clubs convention in St. | will visit here next Friday. i| April 28. 29. 30. May 3 & 4; 9 A.M. t.C : KEY WEST FLA.
prerxHis year or a percentage; Petersburg. Also attending the j i ( P.M. by contacting the Surplus Property Officer. 141 ,
Money Was appropriated n
gain of 9 1-2 ': convention from Key West was :.I ij: Gate Warehouse
per cent. U. S. bonds. I
Mrs. Helen Shuck and Mrs. Jack; purchase security Make Plans To Attend This
Talton reported the state Elks and It was voted to purchase. J 110 Simonton St.
Saunders. past president $1.409.000 Sale
lodges bed spent a total of $174- president-elect, respectively of. through the Home Appliance Co., I SALES DATES:

213 for direct charities and gen- the Junior Woman's Club. six radios with special hearing, I TH properfv for txefHsire file to Veterans of World War II Vctersu 1.'MHJ.., IS
eral"welfare during the last year 0 aids for the deaf. These fauios I World liar II at fixed price*: ( A.M.)

and contributed $73.422 to the Miss Harris was appointed will be donated'to the inmates of \J 26 Duplicating Machines 2 Filing Cabinets Federal Axenrie-.May S (I PJW.)

Harry-Anna Home which is entirely chairman of foreign territorial j the Monroe County Old Folks I Computing Machine 18 Office Safes Veteran .\\.rld War II-MaFWA UH (".)I.)
owned and operated by the clubs by the newly elected) Fed- ';. Home on Stock Island. .. ; 22 Office Desks. 81 Field Safes &; RFC-May S (I'JW..)

state association. erat.on president. Mrs. A. T. Mac- j 2 Cabinet State&; Loral Got'U&: -.I're6t ............-
of Orlando. Mrs. Goddard |! I May S (3:30 ("31.)
1 believe. this is the largest Kay I In the 1840'-i, the two dominant II __ Flits properly offered to off bnyrn:
amount ever contributed: by the joined the Board oT Directors cf''' American political parties were 'I z. AH Level of Trade-May I (' A.M.)
During periods of high living Wearing Apparel Computing MarhinrDuplicating
lodges to the Harry-Anna Home the Florida Federation. Democrats and Whigs. Bath Sandals INSPECTION: Property <. Urated at variw.
in any one year" sand Talton. The hostess clubs of St Peters-1, j costs. the state should match the Canvas & Textile Locker Machines r locations around Key Wnt and nay be i leaper-s.d

f TaItonthcnspokeofa.pejimeeting i i burg did everything in their I 1'7 federal funds to pay the maximum Products Foot Measuring Trays Machines April 29, 30 and May X 4. 9 *.31. t. < P.H, a*
of the EATS New Kiwi allowable old-age assistance. contacting the Sar..l- prvperty Ca..dia..
board of directorsof power to make the convention a fp Tents&Tent Pins Axe Handles
the association February %2.. and all the Key Westers Adequate provisions for Hammocks Portable Conveyors $50,000 Inventory

at Key West. The purpose of themeeting success felt they had had a most delightful :|;.! of CANDY :.1. guaranteeing the money neededto Bedsteads & Stackers 'This*. rfd praprrt U'I for crrfavrre *.,. (. \'.,.,.... ./
at /fzerf
: VLook{ Chairs. Canteens / frtrrt-
it will be recommendedto
was to outline a i pay ,
program I<1 and three days.
inspiring ,: Loses 65 Lbs. | Filing Cabinets Miscellaneous I CalruUlor 42 ("a-in
and I the
: arrange other: matters |, legislature byLKVKK I Adding; Marhine 11 Kier, ,,ire Desks
pertinent to the convention: now I I Wears Size 12 Again 2 Complomc 7 T'.t Desk.
The basin of the Amazon is
under way.Talton <' I I I Now all you have. IA do to low NAVCOMOBILEALA.WAA ( ) Ttitf prtprrli nfervj I. all $.
:'t: twice as large as that of the MisI arty lat to rat thiS. delicious fOR WINDOW NOOKS! .pruWondisorking -
then paid tribute to''. : new kind of candy called AVI> .. E1 Jacltiauy .IRdSis4I-lol Mar-hi.y

Chelsie J. Senerchia state secretary -. sissippi. I,I Once W.1110 Ihs. Dorothy Chicago.Miller.3UH3 lust. .Venetian blind accentuate thebeauty Customer Service Center Furniture Hardware

for his work with the state :: I 5 lb. weekly hf.t'h wivfcs. with of window treatment Navco Road & Railway Arc. I'umps <>rrral.rs
; national Elks, is ill at New York the remarkable. NEW AYDS your Gas Engine Parts Welder.
association '
during the last year.i and was unable to come to Key \I I I Candy Reducing 'UlIId she_ I I . eliminate undesirable I I SALES DATES: Asphalt Kettle\ Materfafc Raudlieg.
The new officers will be installed j I w..r.. mze 12 atrl.nI'
at noon tomorrow the'! West as originally scheduled. j jI I I' PROOF POSITIVE!Eminent ..? views.insure privacy...diffus Federal A>r ncie-May :3 (9 .\.M.) Hoisting Equipment Es4.!

cloiing session of the convcn-: ,':I The parade will be held tomorrow j:.' .pin..eiaus.uwr'w.dclrnicaI.... rrpnrt. quick and tatr low tests I I tight..and xeQuUte nnbJa oDo Veterans of World War II-:May 3 (9:30 A M.) Bl*cLet.Ej .

tion. at 3 p. m. down Duval I I of 14 to 1 I'% rnund*. with wTCT 100 ....... FWA & Nit-May: 3 (3:30 I'.)!.)
i' street from United street to Caro- WHY EXPERIMENT I II' State & Ldcal Governments and Non-Profit In MEMPHIS TENN.
At this morning's session: the 'I' N. n'""'*' N lasatiei. No druft. Eat -KEY WEST(1
invocation was made by the Rev. j, line street ail you want. Abnnlulrly. llarmlns_ stitntions-May 3 (.I:00 P.M.) WAA Customer Service
1 All Girl Scouts thf city You simply takr AYIJS before 31. which I VENETIAN BLIND COMPAN / Center
James ItfocConnHI of the Key in arc j, automatically curb* the appetitr Thr mult a All Levels of TradeMayI (10:00 A.)!.)
requested!' by their leaders to meet j, you eat. leu* and \nr wrujht. Only $1 SO! l's- McDonnell Aircraft Building
West Lodge of Elks who acted I' loll dayiunplyrnwthiy more than you will 123 DUVAL STREET INSPECTION: Property i i. located at AlshaMs SALES DATES
during the absence of the state at 2.30: p.m. tomorrow Duval ] nerd Your money funded on the very lint hnc ". ''LI.. 6-81 Dry Dock & Shipbuilding Co.. Pinto Inland. M... :
and South streets in order that if you fad to I low wcicht. Come. in or obone. CALL 1042 for Estimates Cr Alabama Federal .tgenclea-Ma1 C (, \.\f.)
bile and
chaplain. .... ....... ... may be inspected:! April 26. 27. Veteran's Dr ".rle w.
Il-May .
i Al all .r. des's health I t (It )t.)
enter the Elks 28. 29 and 30, 9:00 AJU.
they parade. I to 3:30 I'-M.
The past presidents, the past may 1 fMd .re. I. Keye.t .... el.enhere. II .'W A- Ia, 7 (t \)1.)
district The (Vrley Cu.. CMcac... Ill RFC-May 7 (10 \.M.
deputies and present di-! $700,000 in Profitable Resale Items )
trict deputies then were intro j i- ,I State &; Loral Go, ... & e..l"reIt lo..jtje-..
duced. Among them were PeterJ. GIRLS !! Wire Cable Batteries May 7 (II A.M.)

no... I Rope Insulation' Material AH Le el" of Trade-May 7 (I P.M.
West who district )
u We Are Pleased ., -
deputy for the southern district after enteringWOMANHOOD Let Us Help You to j Gaskets Paint 'U- l'ipc W..ldins Covering Cable& Rod IliSI'ITTIO': : l'ruprty' I.. low.... at W.......... .
Aircraft .
Building .M ., be .
of Florida. Plumbing$upJj" Scrap& SahaJ Material tiara ieapa. aj M
S '
This was followed by an address Couplings & Sockets Caulking Compoundlloodhight.v ar.Pt bat.rd.ye .114 h.e1. ).
.\.:\ to 10.)1.
of welcome by Mayor A Plan Your Floors -Annnoiice..Complete Slings
trmiblM dUtrean of fe. $46.776 01 2f
MaitUnd Adams. Ar you by I L.dd"c i (onduit 'nycntory Lots IltEIurlHI
Mayor Adams
ma'l functional monthly dlcturb- '
traced the history and early development ncm? Docs this. make you cuffer "',,.,. Klimalc Given I I'ipe 'i'-li"c: sails JUI 98; ..1di"lr C laair. J.IM raot t.'s.q..
from pa.tn. fwl ao nervout, tlrrd Asphalt }1iur. Miscellaneous Gssolipe Lantern J T ...
I\ Til
of Asphalt
Key We*>t. ...It.t iurh tlmra? Then Do try' 0 Front EndService 2 L*,e.*.
To the welcoming mesbasc of I.ydl* E. Plnkham'a Veyetable ComfKniiuI .Rubber Tile t 1 1o

the mayor President Talton .to to rvlifve help womrn such aymptomaKmou troubled. eCork Til JU'r 1 DON'T FORGET CHARLESTON AND TAMPA SAllS 1I I
m-ponded. this Aim a tommchlc tonic tlYDIALPINKHAM'SK Plastic Floor Tile .,1. .
expraing the appreciation way I \\\t\ ,," \ .t>on't/..rset the pnt bid ..ale* open t..n level of trade at Drew IVU. Ta. .
tiuxlial' of the state Elks for the :3 i I Plastic:.Broadf.IIsCap.Uo Wall Tile' .'.OH April 29 & 30 and at Charleston Navy Yard on April 27 I

greetings from the citi- ]! iti COMBINED INVENTORY EXCEEDS: .:.Ht....
sees and from the Key West I Wool Rugs

Lodge of Elks. SOUVENIRS Acoustic Ceilings Ask For Catalogs At Your Customer
The convention convened at 2 I Hardwood Flooring j jI : Service Center

p. In. today for a session that I I .Formba for Sinks.

will come to an end late today. PARTY FAVORSand Counters. Tables I II I GENERAL INFORMATION _
Ram interfered BRIDGE I Floor Sanding and
with the for- I
Atrtnrt be .ubmittrU! full .
deUlU *i>pc r m tin
mal opening of the convention I i Refinishlngai : nUl1.c. yai-v AssistsADMIIVliTRATIOrV."
which was to have been hl'ld.1ut'' PRIZE ITEMS ,, ;: '
VH ",M ..F841It.bw dbh.rr wKra b"yi.( tmpme .
night. Instead there was.a bandconcert II ,i Modern floors & Tile' *. .. ,.. bj mail, vrtrram, m Everything in TOYS to
in the Elkj club rooms .eec.wp..ied t-f m crrtifinl or p.I.I. copy of K.IVer -
in Duval street given by the Make the Kids Happy! .W*.tt<'Ia.r"r.Mhrrwnr offrr will ..... rrmvr priority n'inir

Tampa Lodge of Elks band.I I I J. L. GATES ; HASKINS r.ftlo.erte will kr rrqutml to rT full amnnm of sale prir on

Dave Sholtz, former governorof TROPICAL TRADER Flooring Contractor MACHINE SHOP date*f sate on V.. rrHit h., I,,.. e..1.bl..hf'tI. All pairhaH* i.
the vinw of tkrac kandrmi dollar mart be. paid for byewkirr _
state and former president 711 Duval St. Phone 1000 I 1434 VIRGINIA STREET **,rkrrk c rtiA of the State Elk* Association and : I PHONE 1S99 I Comer: Caroline ami William Phone 723 699 Poist, de esu .tee.. .E
past grand exalted ruler of the I.- WAA Standard Turin.J Condition. Apply An..ta 5AT, C..
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