The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00517
 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 27, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00517
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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\ >Kty West. Florida, has the .-- 'AssoactedFiatures"aadt\ ; !

'moat equable climate In the "m' Qr I( .'rS' t Qtiii' %.rt-t4'Uffi1'' PJtMe SriIIH I

country:: with an average .ey' i -:. '.," ,For_ 68 Yean Booted to Ae f I

range of! only 14* Fahrenheit ._ I '. Best Interests of Key; Weet I



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ELKS TO HOLD ELEVATED ;Voters,: Save Time; Vote Joseph Otto In pity ,

'', 1949 MEETING a 1 Only "For+ Candidates You:: Race For Judge Deputy Sheriff Said To Be I

f Circuit Court .
Involved In Theft

., Know; Don't Vote Blindly Jocpph Otto; former judge of I -
circuit court m Key
SUGGESTION IS DUE TO t formally announces his candidacyin

I HOLDING PARADE THIS I It ,I\local officials and puLttciaru more' The Citizen for election to the.? ELECTED i i-SIGN POSITIONS: ROT '
.1".1.1 FEAR VOTING MAY BES9 same position subject to the
t i AFTERNOON; SCIIOLA -i r. ., I th...n any other.thin?, is the.probability Democratic primary on May' 4. CIIARGES WILL ilK J
1 14o ; SLOW SOME MAY that voting will be so Litt'
( was appointed to the judgeship -
RSI HP IS AWARDED Wettest AprilIn slow some people ill .become soilisgus'.ed ,' 'by' Senator Holland then MADE IF THEY RKFUSB. ,
j COJIE.DISGUSTED they will not'bother to' 1 1I
': in 1344: but Governor :, Four City Potttxanef mA. sale
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31 II AM II MISS 115 Years j yote \no :'<:r" comment was
Judging bv discussions in the r Caldwell'tailed to send his Deputy Sheriff were involved today -
selectedas a county courthouse this morn'ntv: : that. the machines; may not be j|I ap- in connection with the ttrelt J
Prnsacola[ was today : Is-Note SeenThis :: the 1943I
poinh nt to senate in
the thins that (Continued On of seven boxes train IAe
r.I' one ; is worrying;; Page Eight) I I x coin
the seine; of the 1919 Elks I ------.- .-- .,..,-- . --- |I luc: confirmation. Elks Club. Duval steect otese.. .
ronvrntion by the Florida State April promises: to I Judge; Otto was born and Monday morning. '
Elks:: As; *:ution rrnvtinj this J' break the rainfall record inKy .Trnn -Jordan Army Invades reared in Key West of parents Arrest of the five aiiiaars rrsrgr
! morning: in the Kry West Elks West for U5 rears. i iI I who, likewise, were born in trey .- follow shortly. They will be silks
i+ LrJdc" j I Weatherman' Robert Frost reported West. His fiilh-=r, Thomas Otto.i : ed to resign their r1..***.. tat
f Di-rUton hold the convention'In 'i today. I I Jerusalem At Jericho I conducted a drugstore in Key ,:if they refuse charges wtfl tot
to During this long period the f Region 1 i West for many years and served filed against; them and, tf tI .-
! f'tona'U next year tame: rainfall In April never exceeded I,I '-" (four term Ji: tax assessor for J e: held they wiH be dnisis.i J.
alter an announcement that five inches. except in |I I'I'k : AKAU: ARTILLERY B)31 I.1I i i Monroe county. I The solution of the till. whki
aacula. wa the only city pen-I I 1941 and 1348. April rainfall I. k'hutsl I 1 Judge Joseph, Otto was graduated t involved a total e f .... red t... '
I fur it. The vote ua. un& :. In 1941 totaled 13.14 inches. HARVEY W. MOORE (above) I! IJARDS I HAIFA; TWO Extends To \' 1' r (rum the Ruth Hargrove 170. including the value of M e
I Ii So far this month the I I I Way Institute Preparatory School in boxes __
I The.I 1940) sthoUr.hip awarded' of Charlotte. N. C will be elevated coin was publicly eawos-
annually by the Grand Ixxlgcof city has had 1U3 inches. i I from first vice-president I uitrnbii l OIFICIALS' : I| Key West *n June, 1915. Soon ed to the convention. of MM flen-
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There is a chance that 6 I Time after his graduation, he joined da State Elks .
Elks ttrojRh the Florida i, to chairman of the Board of i i ir Hearing Altruism kgr tlrt-
this may be the the United States Army el'Vcdas
'I April year KILLEDPALESTINE. 7 alted Ruler Frank Bwatley cl Mw
Slate \swJC'iitaon. awarded Government of the American I
wettest ever recorded hereIn #|, r : i! sergeant in Company "I"or Key West Lodge of Bka.I .
as !
tn Mtei Ilonita Marie Bachman Cotton i i :
today Manufacturers Associa- T. .... The U. S. Maritime Commission
the last 115 Tears.II said Ias ei.trd Prr. >)> the 2nd Florida Infantry and on -
Miami, a student at the Andrew j am happy to state ttMl Ite
Jackson High. School. Frost. "The dryest. April was tion at the annual meeting. in April 27Uneonfirmed has granted ..n extension, until the Mexican border in 1916-17 ,com boxes will man be ....-
The award announced by Retiring in 1171 when the weather New Orleans Saturday. He iepoit> today :stated! that May 6 for the purpose of films! i He entered First Officers Training (AP I'bvtoJ ,ercd and that the -.y wiM lie
; bureau records began. Only was a member of the delegation ;, a TransJordan army lesion had Camp at Fort McPherson Ga.. 1 forthcoming." ..aidarrest Il+erttley. .'The.
chief : (
IhcMdcnt Cullen IL Tal: appeals| to the report of the I A. ) of i
G. PAXTON (above
of rainfall fell which recently attended a series entered Jericho, and that Arab commissioned a .
I'.... carried with it an award 0.02 of en inch i examiner commission in 1917 and was of four city si1aceeses at.d
of $300 to apply on the scholar : in that month. The old Army f of trade conferences at !j I I artillery had bombarded; Haifa the on second lieutenant in the infantry Greenville. Miss.. has been one sheriffs deputy ihwtld ....
ship. Then Mrs. liathman will records show no rains at all Manchester. England: on the Two Britsih officials arc knownto the completion and operation of the first native of Kev W sl elected: president of the South low,"
UP rliciltle. 'for the national scltolMthip : fell in ApriL; 1870. I invitation of the British industry have been killed p"sum ably the Key West-Havana ferry tn be-commissioned in the first ern Cotton Shippers Associa His news swept tote wtirtfllss
I !! by the Arabs in another locality. This wordas World War. He served with the .
whkh will be given at contained in a : Formerly vice through the cfafenmiie a ri tsaiMv
tion. president
the annual convention of the r. 'I".IT.lII'.J'AAA i'The reports have all .Jeru lemI telegram received J.by city officials t A.E.F. in France in the ThirdI of the association. he was ele- Elks went up .. KxaMs* .......
t i i in a turmoil, coming; upon the Mdchme-Gun Bat-
Grand lades in Philadelphia I Anti-Aircraft Bentley to con>ra4iilas; | Key.
AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA announcement yesterday that yesterday from U. S. Senator from} rated to the presidency Saturj -
July 4. ; .Re Elect Abdullah of Trans-Joidan ,Claude Pepper' Th whole matter talion. Ha. w ';> discharged j I the 33rd annual West lodge tor.
King: 1913 day at group's ..
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AM' lfrrrs* of the .k le elected military service elusion et oed kw
Gulleiin&- would take command of all of a ferry betecn'Key West convention at Memphis'Temt.
..VrbMtdayU; inelalkdust.be.j t.. Late 1 and is--a member of the American- i jointly W5i'tina ..
followed ..
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Trans-Jordaa.Srian and Leh. 3nd.ltevanabttittg' .
WItLARD-W l I r Wes .
: Thry Lci6nn.s t dt Key .r' .
fiKeneirs today iM-lullei"j jUobrtt the ; . -w .
1 senatot
closely by
L. Duhon. J ,j t.P Tt.- ,.-......,.. Pre..t (Continued On Page Eight) \ He was graduated from the onboard Use
.president of the association and AAAAAA& AAAAA A A.A ALBURYSUPERINTENDENT i i University of Florida in Uw in!{ IIetr JOE ALLEN which eiisdticlesl ".,....
lour( divisional vice president JIID. 1027, ?nd waa member of i ing of the evidence m the ode
Alter the parade scheduled' to I COALTOWN SCRATCHED of : Elect FULLER WARREN Phi Delta Phi, honorary Igal I: County Commissioner Candidate were Mayor A Mamas Ades...
be .ttrld" at 3 p. m. today, the! LOUISVILLE. One of the PUBLIC INSTRUCTION .SHEETROCK GOVERNOR:OF FLORIDA I t fl'att'l'nityShtma Alpha Epsilon WKWF, Thursday, 5:15 City Manager Ralph D Spkfc; .
majVNitr of the Elks from every4 Louisville Derby's favorites. Coal- social fraternity: member of the 1 PULL LEVER 20-A City Commissioner, Hunter H...
uetu.i of the tats will beam tewn.has been scratched from the PULL _- 2'-A I -at- PULL --. 7-D Serpent Ribbon Society and is a f 1.....J I" iil.t-ai. ,..,. .U>-. ,....... {Continued On Pace lagbtl: .
Continue On Page Eight) I I.I Derby list Ben Jones of Calumetis LEVER --- ISTRUNK LUMBER YARD LEVER @ I. member Of the First Methodist i
-- - - -- the owner of Coaltown. His I ... ... ,.' Church Key West.
.hl .11(1('at' A".rtl..m..n" TELEPHONE 816 (fold i k'uRtital" Adcertixment) I ,
I other horse entered in the Derby I)I Judge QUo :said"I shall I M:
-RE.ELECTBERLIN i\\ the favored Citation. I _ grateful and resident W my' fellow elsewhere Key Wr in tern Hear SAM B. FINDER Speak

A. I ITALIAN KILLED Monroe county for whatever sup
I ROME. .n Italian has been port they.accord met :* ; This Afternoon at 5:50 over WKWF

SAWYERYOUR (Continued On Page Eight) I WfntfW o 1 Floridft j I-cadre. --=- PHONE_ 12. --r... I In Behalf of the Candidacy of

low Weekly Summer Rates 'mw'PULL
1 well .......... in the future.r .iThrIrviI11-: { ALL AIRLINES
IHe I Now in effect
| to the past trslaed and exptri>
...d Deputies your protection I 'Fine' for Navy Personnel I I PRICE' TOURS LEVER V68:

...... t..y It. "rtt"tHI." .., OPRStation Bus 411 Fleming St.
Government r
in I del- 10 .
1 CENTRAL HOTEL Recognition >
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.: W. G. (Red) WALLACE r i .: 444 FullerWARREN "The News Ghost and Gocfr Shorts Wild I Glenn C. Mincer


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: Pull Leverg( $H6-B :I I

: .%"';"::7' HIM. T/IVFISD.1I' I J. Tom Watson
ALL- Florida's Candidate For Governor"THE
p He ww Correct An Injustice 4 .
Committed Against This County 4 Candidate; for (,orernor ,I
r ..'.w Ird IIk.1+ ".n-rtl.nU /.I ', f r< JPUII r -jEIEIA -- 16-A
.AAAAAA AAAAAA A AAA AAA A A A AAAAAAAA WOMEN of Florida have shown a splendid tal- PULL [ :: R
ent for devoted and intelligent public service. They have -
v- brought to politics an idealism that was lacking before 1920. LEVER l/f V;ER !lira J orlf..ly I'III ", aref"l

-Hear I When I am your Governor. I shall give full recognition to Jr') (licit Watson Win : : (apilal (;ac . lie Sfn&a

the,,women of Florida in the matter of appointments. For Hard Dimes but fair (Inca

MELVIN E. RUSSELLSpeak I example, I shall appoint at least one woman to the Boardof I Control:'

In Behalf of His

Candidacy forSIJI'ElttNTENDE"r So says Fuller Warren All Florand industry. Warren has demonstrated LISTEN "

of ida's Candidate for Governor. that he is an able man Allenlionll!! ..

.PUBLIC INSTRUCTIUNTONIGHT I, The women of Florida should for a big job. Warren walks TONIGHT t. -,'ft

I know thdt Warren has a practical among all people as one of the 1! YOUNG MEN\ f

I, program; to reduce the costs of people. This is the reason you at 5:55Over
i }- state government increase the wont have to see anybody to see OF IEYVES1' '

(Tuesday. April 27th) wealth the state through propFuller Warren when he is your 1Vq} Not JOIN aiif' .iifl!

at : er management of agriculture Governor.Candidate. Rational Guard! !iUWYouw ? WKWFOphelia '.:

) be EXEMPT fromUniTe..ial I Tester ,
6:35 o'clock I Military Training ,
d : Speaking On Behalf of
Win With AND th 'Selective Service. .
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over Our National (card . Judge ROSS3

Guard the t'eticeof


lor Governor Get IN NOW. Receive your
Military Training at HOME. Circuit Judge. Group One
Pall 1.ulltkal) \d'.rti".mea.a. (robtical ."..pawl'for.by kiends.4 W' Werr.n.) Paul P"IU;,aw, " _

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Dally Except Sunday. by s THsfcmcrn* COCRT or"lien: . .

_. L r AUTJtAW. OwmT ..* F.a.il....*.rXoklU .* Commenting editorially, the Seal GEf! WtsH1IHacVATeGYAL! ELR'YR JCDICIAl.W hORiD4.11TAsD CIRCVITOR I I,a'
From*. Tk CtUa@e Bulldln- Beach California News, .MYS: "There's MORE. 'OFTtESEWOULO -1 DEBT: + FOR-MosfOl3 COL'NTTLIs : LM4N",.,II V/W t1f $ItlR1rMTIAlllrglPd l.l4w/j '
I. Corner Ov..a. And.Ana Streets and place earth where the fellow rH.5&ERT.. 5.. 11-S43 =- 'SMAl.LAJV1h1ALS,B'JtI/IS l Jt tANI P4itqti '
Qmly Dally Newspaper in K.y Weat only one on X LuC'E So 4e 5B.E C. .
Moaro* County who's working on the railroad doesn't -- /tlCfWnVE eAsrSaY EGO BESSIE. M. KRAMER. : RANOIA PiaU.tlfr., '.L :\ Hlnoc'it a* A S,..,...,

I, :-. e.aard at Key west. Florida, a. second class matter also work for the state. That is the North OTHER: TkfW A W'Atl.- Yp1=Gd7 t t't'13W T"". RAN'OLA." DI0 (-KnOMtS'lCK. '..-!: N1fIU M/AINT "". M t1......'
i MBMBKK or THE ASSOCIATED! PR*** railroads of the $Y T>l7sdanEORDEW \ WJ.I t:6R $.M
to American continent. The U5 I3awtis.. tIC"T10S
T". Atal' Pr... !. xclucUely eaUUed EYC 3"U OP. Pr I '
/t 1 .. aM fur r.prodretbw of all raed* lu'thU paper. rredlted and United States and one in Canada are the TODomlitlck Ranoia. IvCfNME'v. $Kw ao
\ 1. I' or iN .fir KEER t' 11111 Wlaton Street. ,.."., IN Ayrd
bel''' SAVl.4fcK9a/r
I .. aIM ta. local a.w. puallahed only important. privately owned and oper- : NiRD- + Philadelphia. pe-nn".1tanas. <:-:..

' .1:1I"CRIP'l'JO": lUTES ,..... ated roads in theworld.'Elsewhere ? . : ftSgSSs toe Yon the.are Bill hereby...( iu.required ortfU'"to.t against appear -

r CM. Tug i. Ii.oe railroads have whistl- wAtz Oawos Ton in the above styled cam ._ or,
.- -!la...).tonlhe.atl 1.1 Ii the DRIVES b r.re. 'the IZth -day ..f stay, A. I> i
M EauItataed
.- ;n. )loathtTeehly I )..%.e* ed over the trestle into the. government LI5 JUNES 134$. otherwts.ethoaleegationa therelsywill. be. .take; *.." _n- BifTSY'O.OOO B.C.

roundhouSe: : Mlle feseed17.n..' ... and West. CULTlVjXnOH.

Made Kaowa oa Application "In a speech',Lowell R. Burch presi- Florida n. 1545.-, ttiis. IZth day of. April- STARTING IN BSyPT

arEcIA6 !IoTICIta dent of the New York Air Brake Company, 7T/ -ti:1RCt'iq"COVRT. SEAL) l' WAS SPREAD1N6
All ...dl.. aotlcea .card of thank re.olutions Haw@I'; v A.\\
will be happened. The usual Clerk of ClrrVlt' Ft6RQef
: .f rMpwt. obituary notice. poems tfc. pointed out how it THROUGHOUT
caar4f r at th rat of 1* cnt a lin By- (ad) Ann C Lon'{ -
"" .....** far entertainment by cnurehes from which procedure l leading to socialization is fora . Deputy ('" AND ASIA. t4NC'1NT DA8IOWMN, .
a r.*.... Is t o bo Urlvd are f cents a llaa.Tn Enrique qnlnaldo, Jr.
Cltlna U an and Invite dl.- government to penalize an industry by Attorney for KlaiutlfC... .. 'I CamNOANUMgE,4'fN# si
nand 7 154
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. ofpeblte issue a subjects of local or apr may
e dis-
..n.ral .. .,_l. but It will not. publish anonymous various devices, then to criticize and I reLFYOIIFAD. ASW Ao&
I : seeum.akatioCLIMPROVEMEwrg credit it, and finally to take it over. TICK APPiJCATIOw OF IVTE',TIOTI FOR FIALDISCHIHGH TO M KB: .. /ArE TUIfItI/ $.

'The first step toward nationalizationof I ArVP OO4T CHClSt.TfffY.
I FOR KEY WEST (Probate Law 1913)
our own country's railroads is being IS COIRT OF <"HK ("'oE5TYJrDOP. % I P' i4q h/ltEAD
:: l taken right now by government officials.who OF-FI.OKIII,'. ItCWED EER.THEC .

.. have sued to collect reparations for IS PHOR\TR. i 7T ;
In re the nutate of
1. More Hotels and Apartments. wartime handling of government freight. Sra wr.gtta4 \MLJJAM RNKR WATKINS
1- 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. &!
claimed to To All Whom It May Concern: >
3. Airports-Land and Sea. Though the freight rates now .. ---._-- --- Notice is hereby glYrn that Tom __
." and mutually agreed I 0. Watkins flied hl" final ri ..rt I
4. Consolidation of County be too high were upon ........................ ..a"aI\ IIIIPIIItillunm"UI.UI.m UbIWWlll a. administrator of tbe estate of I t 1
City Governments. with the sanction of the Interstate Com- William Roger W<
5. Community Auditorium. merce Commission the suit'' would if successful Radio Programs Key West In that discharge he filed, and hl that", petition he will for apniy final in I REAl FOOO, BREAD

the Honorable Raymond R. Lord ANDBEER.WERE THUS 1
penalize the railroad industry to County Judge of Monroe County
\ ........................ Florida on the -11th day of May t STAPLES OFAIAKKNlt9SEARLEST
the tune of two billion dollars. Days Gone By 1948. for approval of name and for
i; final discharge .B administrator 01I CIVIliZED
MONOGRAPH "Should near-bankruptcy break down .Daytime SummarySelected I I the estate of \\llliam Rogerat- I l
; : : AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF kin., deceased i it
,. railroad efficiency, the very bureaucrats programs as listed btlqwsre laced on this 12th day of April. I FARE.r
: :- Dear Folks: broadcast at the tame time Mon. OF 1948 198 J.v ciAf
' responsible wouH doubtless vent a great .ay througH Friday. Eastern local APRIL 27. 1938 TOM: (X WATKIXS. -
Horror cope: On Wednesday, time For c.ntr.isubtract one hour I Administrator of the estate 1------ - -
barrage of criticism against the industry. for mountain subtract two hours. nmtlimtimiiiHurmimmiimiinimiiniinilinniHIIHIJuly l> of \VHIIUm Roger Watkins. 1i .
heart-aches point out th ii: n.- .Of'

.; May( 5. there will be many .. That would be step two in the procedure APRIL 26 THROUGH 1, a mammoth rally by .! -:deceased.a -27:may4.14. i Stopping Traffic I going v.i % '.*: : ".."I'..R.

;,: in the city. described by Mr. Burch. APRIL 30 the Key West Club of Dade Coun- pL.ceTh. ell
will I - -
THE ORACLE. Mornutft ty be staged by an expected -
r "The final putsch for outright .00-Honey la N Y. nbc number Unit ..' ,
govern- moon of 10,000 former Key KLF.VRSTH JIIIKItL ilHrilT ,1 J Stqutvatwi -

ment ownership, would be next on the nationalization 1:1 -Breakfast Oklahoma Club Roundup-abo -cbs I i Westers at Bayfront Park in Mi- I.I OF THE T\TK OF FM>DII>,..'' stop signs interdiction are being tiled at Traffic MOT J, I f ')fa IIt) e. rpe
l'i AiD FOR MOSHUK CQI'T': j Akron !
Ozark *olk_mbs I sail| a year due t e.gN41
schedule. The railroad work- celebration IS \NCKB1. 1! E. L. Engelhart .hnpiathat
AN OUNCE OF INSULIN W-00-Fred Waring Snow-Dbo I!i 'I I Caw S,_ ll.:IM: l Captain --- '-
and his Mask l For Tou-cbs ;\LrOUI ...1:1.81ARCflP.P., I II I stopping traffic COOM bath I .
ers's boss would be the State, My. Story I>raina-abe i the Overseas Highway July 4. I 1. . . .
i I('I ways-will cut accidents. ta*
the With the 10:SO-Hour of Serials-nbc Plalntir.IYORrF: STHOK AW4 BMAMV
paid by taxpayers. TV!
advanced that reduction wages I rare occasions when can from all
The idea has been Half Hour of Serial -cbs I I ALICH ROSSRCJlP.P., TRIUMPH
nation's livestock popula- itinerary established, the only question bay It With ilusic-mbs Meeting of the riewly appointed Defendant II I j I four directions at the same t. Ina'.
of the 11.0O-Arthur Godfrey Sbow-cbs: I zoning board will be held tonight ORDER OF PIBLICITIOS Engelhart admits there t* mm COFFEE
would be which industry would next be Breakfast in Hollywood-abo I I i I[
tion would be to conserve grain 7:30: o'clock at City Hall to dis- TO: ALICE ROSS ARCllhK, Tt.ear the righthas
one way on
U:30-DeD Alexander Show-mba i I :207 North Park Avenue.Freetnont. I MILLat
for human use. This may have.a superficial Invited down the same road. 11:45-SerUls JVi brs.-cbs: cuss enforcing of the zoning ordinance Ohio.co I I the right of wa'. but in such 1
recently passed by City William LlKKett cases 1t! on the right of I
appeal but an examination of the Afte,..** CouncilI TOG are hereby: required to appearto I everyone
I I' the Hill for Divorce filed against i somebody else Even if all darted I AH CrecersI
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different conclu Then there is the story of the wife In the. above styled cause on "I'' I lliart .
facts produces a very Kate Smith is peaks-robe you I at once however' Enge :
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L. before the 5th day of :May A I*
Lee head of the L. L.
sion. who attended a club meeting, a card party 12.30-Words and Music-nbc I I 1948 otherwise the alienation con ,
Dally Band Concerts-mbs I I. Lee and Associate, of Miami ... therein will be taken as ....n- -- - --
There are some 1,905,000,000 acres and a luncheon while her hubby was at 1Ou;tusk Half Hour-nbc consulting 1 I I engineer and I .

943- work, and then got mad with the tired 11 -The Happy Gang-mbs I l ted in the fresh water interes-I and Ordered at Key carat,
of land in the United States. Of this 2:00 Four Hours of Serials-nbo : this ilk day of April. A.
000,000 acres-one-ha1f be used for bubby because he didn't want to go sky- Queen tor a Day-mba I I Key West was in the city yesterday -; rain. '. .
, 2130-Bride and Groom-abo i for the purpose of confer: COURT SEAL) .
.;. .. fpod production only by pasturing and larking in the evening.EXTRAORDINARY. Martin Block J Records-mba I i ring with the Florida Keys Aque- .. Rows C of Sawyer.Clerk Circuit. Court

grazing. It produces feeds that are not aOO-Doubl.Ladle. Be or Seated-abc Nothing-cbsi ,; duct Cummissidn.i . Bj: (sd) Florence E. -

r, ;suitable for human consumption, and that INDEED '.JO Paul-The Whiteman House Party Records-cbs-abo I I It anounced-from the'officeof nrlque ialnali1o.. Jr, ClerkJ
was ,
Attorne-y for Plaintiff. I
l can be utilized only for livestock. 4 40: 'Hint WInDer Hunt Take Quiz'All:--::.a"J County Cletk Ross C, Sawyer i !.. apr.i-U-Q-7.UU :; ustorniBuHt -

it is When the Ge.mans surrendered in Treasury & <*,fatand r this morning that! arjother! sale i. II
Furthermore though no\\ generally ? .-J ; :.!.. ;.
.*0=School ef the Air-cbs of tax certificates url fer tYlevisions ( O i"H'IJIrOH': *
known, an unjustified drop in our 1945, a number of war correspondentswere ..' Kiddies Hour (west repeats 1 &r. I of the Murphy Act will beheld I ()"'' Probate Art. Seen. 119. 1ft: ) I
later)-abe and mba IS THK IO1RT OF THE tOTSTI, II -rIANBTfNtJ )
livestock population and slaughtering permitted to witness the scene' but $:45-Lum and Abner-cbs-east: at the county courthouse Jl DtP tlOSHUR f' 01 NT1.

would create a serious medical problem. were pledged to secrecy until the story' I tommorrow afternoon .f. _..... ,.II": .'LOHIUI're' : Kslle. <$: PHUIITKki II e

-. As! an example, it takes the pancreatic could be released by the heads of Allied NETWORK PROGRAMS Domingo Rosillo was the firstflyer I II .To EMILY All Cred.ttor M. HI AN: ,and eceaM-d"erwni h awing I

glands of 7.500 hogs or 1,500 cattle to governments.It Eastern Local Tim. For central I to make the trip from the said Claims Estate:*.r I..mantf"'Kaln..t NOW AVAILABLE!

subtract on. hour, for mountain city of Key West to the City of i V.. and each of are hereby
make one ounce of insulin which will pro- is a matter of history that one cor- subtract two hours. Some local nations notified u you States flaisb.d with .e..ehslk- _,
and required I.> present
Havana. The made
\Ide ;a sufferer from diabetes with,40 units respondent, who was in the party, released local, schedules.change hour Last of mints relay to program fit May 17, 1913. Two flight years was before I jou any. claims or elhher and of demand you. ma\which have isO S'stbeIle.1150 ALL ewam.L MIMMBUNDS

a day for forty 'years. Insulin and other it ahead of the agreed dateline, assertingthat changes cannot be included. I John A. Douglas McCurdy had against the estate of Kmil: M I
Ryan. deceased late of said" slretfeirJVFr -
glandular medicines are available only be- he gave no pledge of secrecy. Sixteen TUESDAY, APRIL 27Eveaiag t flown to within ten miles of Havana I (Countv. to the. County Judge <>f .
Eftifn t *- Call Mt
but dropped into the water Monroe County, l>'l..icla. at nix of
.cause the meat packers save the glands others who resisted the temptation, car- ..._ and was rescued by a government County floe In at the Key court Went house Florida of, within aid- i PROMPT DLLIIKHT

for pharmaceutical purposes. Without an ried out the obligation imposed upon them.A loo-Xews Report.15- Mlnbe vessel Local impression that eight calendar month from the I
Newscast Every Day-cbs
time o( the> first publication nf thin
adequate animal] population. dangerous bill has been introduced in Con- Network Kiddies ;Hour Silent Hour.. -_abc-east Agustin Parla made the flight notice.fKach claim or demand hall,
(r p at) bewestNetwork before Rcaillo is an error. Parla he in _ritlnand shall
Male theplace
shortages of these vital drugs would de- to decorate and commend the sixteen : Silent (J hr,)*-mba-<.a.at I r
gress Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs-west flew from here three days after of, residence. and post off, l< eaddress
I of the claimant, and hall
\' correspondents who honored the .15-Sports: :Music Time-nbo Rraillo's flight and landed in be sworn to by the claimant hi*
Kentucky Lferby Trial-::ba Mariel which is Havana. agent, or hii attorney and
beyond any I
This country needs more and more pledge "not to communicate the results"of .30--Chicago Orchestra-cbs-east such rlain or demand not so filed I 903 FLEMING STREET KEY WEST TLOltl 1j
l>um and Abntr repeat_b.-welNenwast shall be void:.
.. meat-and it needs the by-products. Livestock the conference until Supreme Headquarters a:4 by Three-nbc Largest tarpon of the season, 1 1I Sd EDWARD CIEfllNSKIAn j u PHONE MC

raising and processing are the back gave the word. While it was easy for 7:00-Supper Lowell Thomas Club-nbc(repeat-baste it. )-cbs a 114-pound silver six-foot three- emento'administrator Annexo of Cum the Test Last I

The Beulah bhow cbs inch one, which "must have "'UI and Testament of Em ,
bone of our agricultural economy. They the correspondents to disclose the occur- :News and Commentary- I jumped 40 times" according to tlvL Ryan deceased' Drapery Con. ftol!

have been developed to their present peak ence they were restrained by moral and Fulton Lewis .Jr:mb successful fisherman 'A R. alrIlZO1. -
and Comment-ntx I -
efficiency in a free market. ,The inexorable ethical principles. Jack Smith and s>oag-cls I Bruns cf Davenport, Iowa; was.
Daily Commentary: c SOTIfK OF HHOBtTKIS
pressures of supply and demand anti Senator Arthur Capper, of Kansas, News: Dinner Date tabs landed Friday from Jakie" Key'sParty Tin ('01 STl Jl IM.I-ro 7.30-L. Herman gulnttt-afco : launch "Legion. "MOM*OK ('OlSTt. STATE OFI
competition have given American consumers and Representative Edith Nourse Rogers Bob Crosby club: cta- -'1.OKIDt.EMaie .

the most scientifically progressive of Massachusetts, would have the Govern- The News Green tiroadcast-mbc Hornet-aba'*. i| Miss: Harriett Jean Hjort will f. ofEMILY 'M RYAN Ikereas I Ii

7:4i-Harkness Commeotnba The Mate of Florida. to .XII Persons!
meat industry-from feed lot to dinner table ment honor these men for observing the .. Ed JUirrow News-cbs ,fibspetal I Interested In the Estate of said i
Sports Comment-mb. / I I liece-dent: fr'\
-that has ever been known. This is an pledge that they gave. We have no objections :00-Dinah Shore Show.obo sonville Friday, invitations sent I lou are' hereby notified that a 1 >

incontrovertible fact of the greatest sig Big Town Newspaper 1'1aJ''bt out announce. '.written Inmrament purporting to
., whatever to the Government'staking Youth Asks Goverllll1.Dtaboyateriou. I be the Last Will and Testament of
nificance. Traveler>-mk. Raid decedent has been aflmittml to
some notice of the honor main- :1!-Weekly News Time abo Irma Allen, famous colored singer probate in safd.Court.

Total control under the most power- tained by the correspondents, but it strikesus '.30-Date. With Judy-ab and entertainer, will appearin I You sit} are calendar heren\ months i-ommanded from within the-

.* ful governments has never resulted in such as rather extraordinary that in this ALT America's and lira.Town l'ortb-clls Jtingt.o a recital at Harris school audi-i date of the first publication of thisnotice
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Drt .ti>e Drama Ttn>.;-mt> torium tomorrow afternoon at t. appear in said Court and
concrete advancement nor in making day and time, the observance of a pledge ':55-Five Minutes News-cbs 2:15: o'clock I the show.action callow of if said any Court you in can admitting why I
;eo goods of all kinds so readily available to should become the occasion for a special ':00-Billy.\roos Rose and Comment-\Dd-Dbc-mbs 1 xtaml raid nnrrvokni Will to probate should not SERVICE

: the people. We tbe People Ouest-cbsGabriel Today The Citizen says in an
distinction.If (1'sKUKa>mon<] R Lord,
Jleatter. Comment-mbs {
I editorial paragraph .'..unt Judge.
:15---"e":; Broadcast-mba "It rains more on the just if Monroe Count.\, Florida
>:30-Fibber and Molly-nbo apr.<-13-*4.194SOTICK :!
-. SAGA OF BEAR LIVERS human beings knew half what they Christopher elLt--1.-bs I they leave their umbrellas in I 1
Boston Symphony Hour-abo i reach of the unjust.
think they know the world would be a : Gregory Hood Drama-mb. I TO rKKUITOKH ETC. BUS
10:<00< -Bob Hope Comedy-nbc IS THE (OIST1 JllM.I-r i ('OIHTIS
: Some two years ago U. S. naval officers better place. Studio One Defender DramacbsPublic -mbs I! WILL 1'tfi SMILE 'M" FOR. MOSKOK <'OtSTl.FLWKIU4. .

:. in the Arctic tried to persuade Eskimo 10:30-Red Skelton Cotnedv-nbo In Re Estate IPHOHITE.of ,f".'!
Let freedom Ring-abe EIH'.\RM. > II. GATO JR. "
There's A IT'S
chieftains to provide them with polar bear U. M. T. OR BIG ARMY Dance Orchestra-mbs )>e<-ai-ed: 1' CONvtHlgN'r.R4'
l liver which. 10:45-It's In tbe t'amity-abo i To all creditors I and all persons Pft.AC'rtcAL .
were wanted by scientists
lIOO-'Oe. variety Z hrs.-i.bo : at having claims or demands aicainxttheet USSHA8MCALW
_. who believed that there might be a substance General Omar N. Bradley that Ness. \anety. Dunce :2! bra.-cbs: years ago a prayer ite .f Jvduardo II i>ilo, Jr. \
says :News and Dance BaadrabcNews. i meeting, a man prayed: "Lord deofajfed; late of The City ..f Key
of curative value in the tissue. the alternative to universal military train- Dance Band 2.brs.-mbs give every poor family a barrel! of\YeaL Florida Florida. *, Monroe County Statr -W"'- ilea i r" t H"t ,. .
12-03-Dancing C..uUDued-ak- J..a .
The Eskimos refused i of flour" and some member replied Pout and each of you. are hereby yew rI "
to the livers
get ing is not an enlarged air force but a stand- __ Qtr .
required gel (heel. '
: "Am<-n. A barrel of sugar notified_and t. file all
because theyt considered them a deadly ing of 1,500,000 men. NO SNAKES ISO GOATS elairajior demand which )'0_, "r' I'.t 1..% .
another and' barrel .
,; brought amen < .. any ..f' jtou; mahave against the .h+ ...
poison, to be left on the ice at the scene of. lie points out that Russia has 170 act- NOT EVEN ANY OPIUM of salt another amen. entate bt Eduardo H ,,',
: I eesse'L late of The t. of Kt,' '" .
: the kill because of the Then followed a barrel ol"pep'per tVe.t. .
danger of falling ive divisions and can raise 130 additional TSINGTAO. China (AP-) ,, Honda I"nroeounty. Mate .
,! and one man noted for: his of JTorlda.' in the office of the Coun .
(into unknown hands and causing loss of divisions in two months. Some ninetyfiveextra U. S. Marine officers like Ameri- profanity said: Oh, hell that's .I t% .Vu'IS! of Monroe County. Florida
in the Court house .f said County
life either of children or sled dogs. divisions would be available from can officers; everywhere hung up j too much pepper" .. I at Key.Wot. Horidu: within eightcalendarInonttu
.from tae time AOItyh....
This year, however an Eskimo hunter satellite countries.At come catchy names over their i The IJ"ading; tire manufacturers the first publication of this noli.... 4,< ..

delivered three polar bear livers to the the end of the war, according to bachelor quarters; i i: Goodyear Goodrich Firestone t claim to.it.p..U or demand JO.must A I..be IU"f.aeb In"Writingand a.S I 4'\

Xa,")'. camp. It is interesting to know that the General the United States had ninety the Chinese ways of officials the Occident.puzzled There over 1 and U. S Rubber report must and state pool the office place address of residence .,-f T.......a... r
overtaken their DowatcwD 5.15.
that have ,
they the and tie.
laimant most be
the man who disregarded native customs ground divisions with 89 At the was a sign saying "The Snake worn ::1
overseas. I I huge backlog of unfilled orders to by the and superstitions did not want to endure Pit" but there were no snakes 1 .I _
: new
and avenuesI
present time it has about nine under- are now seeking: Any -u,'h d laim or demand not
the condemnation of his fellows, so he strength divisions. He believes inside. Nor were there goats in I of sales. so filed within eight months from ........ sad
that wit I 1
Ioutuniversal I- 'The Goat' Nest"But the time of the first publication ..f
begged that he remain the 110.000 this notice shall he \oidluted IM.9d No4yltal
anonymous. military training the secur- Chinese balked when I I Authority to issue at Key Went .Florida this --
they saw "The Opium Den" even|shares of common stock of $7.50 of 1948Herl .
of the ; 19th day "
ity nation will demand .rrlar..I: I 1,
City s.git
an army big ert ;., !
of >
though there was no opium inside par value and 40,000 shares r
Going to school boys and girls, may enough to carry "the army portion of a war either. They thought it a little too I new series preferred stock of of As Administrator Eduardo H. Hat of,.the. Jr Estate." de Key West T rat Ce. lee.

not be a pleasure trip but it will look like burden for one year until mobilization can suggestive of vice. $100 par value has:: been granted ceased. J. w. sellers l... Chico
I I Mu89Q
one after you buck the world for a living be effected." So now its just "The Den." no I the Florida Power Corporation by Attorney J. Lancelot for Le..terI Administrator. P"one
1IK.7(); 1
snakes goats opium no nothing. the Securities Commission. '] apr.Z.-Z;myf.-I1UU.I

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: Die.d Monday AtLoenlilospital Florida Is Now- I

At High Level :I

Allan 11. &b< -w.jr last evening at Key West was maintained at a high ].
"wrur pal hospital at 6 p. r- level in March according to- Carl
F.narv1C'n will be Mid
B. Smith, chairman of the Florida
Thursday tftrtttoon at 4 o'clock
in IK* .......1 el the Lopez Fun- Industrial Commission. The ..
hal Hum March level. of 3,600 workers;
It... Claude Stoke of the we: Ifss Clan one per cent btkr.v
fhurrh of Cod will officiate at February emploment and'' ip- .
the service Burial will be in proximately one per cent below
-, the family plot In City Cemetery r Ma-xti. linT; '
f $urvivon. besides the widow Several,industries affected .by
E.th... nua.-." arw two brothel J: the citrus season principally citrus -
A. !1. Itt........ Miami. Fla. Yen! canning, experienced slight
|u4>ert | threw sister, Mrs. Her- seasonal decreases in employment .'
tart W........ Mr*. Varlet Alymeda .Employment in lumber
Mrs. Alr...t Sands; one daugh manufacturing also experienced
ter. Mr*. J Mw York. hampered: logging operations in
Mr. It/thefts was a member of North Florida.
!nKey West Volunteer Fire J. The number of wage and salaried -
I leparlmmt and pallbearer will workers employed in ap-
I* relerteil from the membi hip. parel manufacturing and in several -
s.h other unrelated industries

Dies At ,.. t experienced an increase in March
Carey tar "-Irtpt which largely offset the reduc-

THIS AIRVIEW SHOWS PATH OF DESTRUCTION taken by s tornado which swept through the ''tions foiaid in other industries.
small twister from the southwest ( ) and j Although there was little
City Hospital city of Ionia. Iowa. lett Fridav. The emerged arrow
I change in total manufacturing
hurtled diagonally across the town's business district. Four persons including two children. were
J employment from a year ago. errtolcyment
killed by the tcxnado. Nine of Iccia's 20 rag dents were injured. i
Th.na* II. Carry 49. of 521 in several industries -
& Siritontun street a prisoner in - - .---. .-- ---- -- -- -- -._-,-_._-- -_.._.. -- --.-- has changed significantly<:e ;
City Jail WM taken ill last night March 1947.
lines and headaches is the high, i Shipbuilding employment -
Lorna Barber To To Wed ,
And sent lu Municipal Hospital. F Apply has been i educed by
I cost ef food. The Red Cross nutrition -
,. He died rhnrtly after reachingI !39 pent: since last year. Those i i
1 service has the answer to
the hospital of a heart attack. Assist Red Cross questionpxit forth by the !I'"n application fora marriage .-industries ek ;cy related to citrus .
many '
f CanT familiarly known as "TaN < harried housewife, who is en- i! license was filed yesterday in production and distribution
madf," hd been serving a term In Food Program tangled in the problem'of providing the office of County Judge Ray- !' also were adversely affected during -
ki JaM for disorderly conduct. well rounded meals fot her ;! mond R. Lord by Henry Varela. the year.. The number of ;
a Lkul. Ray Atwell noticed Carey Mrs. Helen E. McNeil, executive family on a limited budget. | 24, of 523 Bahama street, and !' workers employed by the situ ;
had taken suddenly nick secretary of the Key West Miss Barber on leave from Evclio Chacon. 22, .of 1015. Wat- canneries was 18 per cent. below
I Atwrll sidled Hi Upei Funeral Red Cross Chapter, advises that Ct rnell University where she son street. ('March.: .:..1947. t i
Il4ne ambulance and s.nt him Miss Lorna Barber, director of was an assistant: professor in food a
fa the hutpiUl.Linda nutrition service for the southeastern and nutrition has also a broad j Many Europeans of the midtiV :
I area. American Red C'-_ swill background of actual experience ages believed each month of the ALBURY and SON
Mac Wheat be at the chapter office tomorrow which makes her a:istance in j year was under the influence of I NEON SERVICEWe
; to assist in planning a planning the local project of in- ; some precious stone; January.
nutrition program for groups in estimable value.Subscnne the garnet; February, the ame- Kinds Specialize of Neon in All *nirrkvc* j, .*
Services Are Told this city. I j I thyist and so on. The superstitions -
I I and Lighting Stripping ;
One of today's biggest head- to The Citizen. survive to this day.
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\funeral services for Linda Mar
Wheat S months of age. great
granddaughter of J. Frank Rib .
ss t.. w ifl I* held S clock tot -
....ruaf".n from the First
Cj>nstrgation.l Church. <
I Rev. William Iliffe. pastor
fill .official Burial will be in
U.e family pUM in City Cemetery.The Only.the KAISER
body will be pWed in tl'M.unll
!. at 3:10 clock tomorrow
'nnuul\ Pritchard Funeral

i Mum Itents. U in charge of arrange- d" FRAZER h :

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1KUMVTII CUT.1la \ \' .

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i Outmann. 81, died 12U
rttenUy at the Key West Man-
ipal hospital after a short ill-
Mr. Gutmann resided at 539 I
ulh etrret.Survivors With Triple Control
are: the widow. Mrs.
.... Peas CulirMnn; twouibters
Mrs. Norman R. Ilack-
nd. LMI. Uland. N. Y.. Mrs.
ftillwm DC Wilt Horrocks, :
liiurrvtown.. N. J.: one M>O. John .e
Collins Gutmann. Garden City.ung .
ItUntU N. Y: five grand
hildrrn. dR
Mr. and Mrs. Gutmann are
Inter visitors to Key West com-
ibile (rum IJ. nd Heights a-s
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The tasty of Mr. Gulmann will
4 sent by the Fritchard Funeral
urns to Mt Holly. N. J. for
I ineral services and burnt"TODAY
Know America)
I -.IIIM-Ikrne in Tripoli taker Better Control With Less Effort

J I try American in 'ar-the first
time the American flag flies over Straight Steady! Swift! Sure! Truline Steeringwith
conquered foieign land.
I Ul -Yolk--today's Toronto Triple Control! A new kind of steering-

taken bv some 1500 American steady, yet sensitive to your slightest touch.
kl by Gen. Zebulon M. Poke--
who died in the a.cuult-in the Drive all day- cross-country or through
1 perusal war with Britain.!
1174-Th White lAtltUL". powerful traffic. No tension, no fatigue, you just breeze

discriminatory organization I along. With Truline Steering you enjoy every
founded in I. >ui (of its day.
. 197S-4ohn McCUwkey of New c& minute of your drive- with new confidenceq

Yoik named the first American *'f.1 ---.c born of the new ideas in K-F engineering.

Cardinal. .
.' 1B03-A farmer's mob drags Truline Steering is another Kaiser-Frazer
Judge from his ht-nt-h at Ix- Mars
Iowa for his refund to stav farrr exclusive. There's only one way to discover

niutwage fon-dowire* drprer -a- the new pleasure and ease it brings to motor-

stun 191-The days. Government start' ing. Drive a Kaiser or a Frazer-today!

moving" Ozark farmers to .better
I |*4lG -rmans enter Athens'Greece.

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American males. .u t'
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W. rrgwter for the draft.
|W)-UA infantry repulsed byI
; tl.. Nadia in Tunisia.
l4US.Marines pu>h ont
11".h Jfcp defenses on South

I rm Okinawa.
: -1H1-TN. U-N. General As-
If n.,.., roeeU in estra mlinary
i season to consider the Palestinian

aurfttiun.Tlie .

J ranging eankn of Babvun ,

I, | may have been terracedope EASTERN AUTO & HOME SUPPLY, 1 lnc-1101-1103 Division St.-Phone 418-Key WestE.
..--- fc E. Price Motors, Dist. V-M Motora Whidden Motor Sales Inc. Cautier .Motor Sales
J 178S S.W. fib SU. Miami. Fla. Hollywood. Fla. Coral Gables. Fla. Homestead. Fla.

YMtf Om*f SELLS That Oooc- Lowry's Motor Sales Faircloth Motor Sales, Inc. Wallace Motors Inc. Sugarland Motors

I STAR BRAND'DIEIUCAN Miami Beach. Fla. Delray Beach. Fla. West Palm Beach. Fla. Clewiston. Fla.

COFFEETry Garrison Motor Sales, Inc. Tropical Motor Car Co., Inc.
.. Dd CtJW{ Fort Myers. Fla. Fort Lauderdale. Fla.j1. .
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YJU.CLA. Information for lite Y.liwn
Jackson Squars. Whitsbsad r..r ti t
HATE. rea alMll1ua. ., ,
Streets t.
and Southard 1 asa..ar
I sLAt rAciti TYPC w.__. t. ft,., .
llmlill ..... ttiI .... I r...... as...r' ,.
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M es.... "
L Tuesday will be tessted .M LrfTiuriiiLT? ''- ....nfMr... dsertI
.f Ie' a
11M rate
. rs a1LM'Affe' viF
a:30 Pi M.-LittIe Theatre Group .U. Mt 1M......Mil.asr. ee. love via r. __+_ ''., ..r' i..... :
the first 1* ._ ,
Shuf- ... NOn.. 'i"
rehearses; Ping-pong; Th rat tar M ffcf. + Mrs Is s 1 .
rs tau
,fle Board on the Patio wwd2'I"V". ettiare far .,i... ,...... "
__ Wednesday tk. first !:
I :. 1:00 P.M.-lFishing Party: Naval

Hospital Patients. Joint Program .... Ie ... siM.r ... Mkwiwg
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I .. 7r f YMCA. NCCS. ....At, ar .rear.rt.U. .............. ......... .r ......r.. ' .
. ,., ttla AieR I.eseel.. .. .......... sa.fnD.
e' I 8:30 P.M.-Ye Ole Country Par- respoa/file....." "..snit.n..... fwr ... ....... --.- ..I.v.. .
Dancing ..
Square .. ... .
t I ty featuring pan .f the adrertl.s. e e .tMrw .fr v .r.
f Virginia' .ee1s. . . . . . . . . . .
f. 10:15 P. M.-rWeiner Roast on
.; Patio Grille. HELP WANTED MALE rea SALE-

Y 9OOP.M.-Dance.Thursday John Pritch- Bartender wasted toe ut-W- i

_' r4 ard and His Orchestra. town. Must be .....e ... IMI Plymouth: 'Pt', A I
Friday d.rr aei+.0. $8.1ot1 WA.
sober. $30 per weak pries r.ssw
8:30P.M.-Tourist Nite at theY and board. Six-day w ek. An- !; William M>

," sponsored by the Chamber wi St
sorer, giving last tw cmplByvra j
of. Commerce. Write Box W AT. I
T.a ments and Entertainment. as references. fA&.&s.._U
Saturday care Citizen. aprIl94t x ; t_ lb .I taco t. .

8:00 P. M.-Movies. i first class COfHljr
10:15 P. M.-Second Show, fea- AIR-MINDED 121* SunonloQ StM > ;

ture announced at the Club. Top men among this yew's kick

CAFVlrephvto, Sunday school graduates want career;
Hudson. 3 + 00!,
husband of Doris.Duke and I 9:45 A.l\L--.Java Club, discus- in aviation. It's a ." i
JAMES H. R. CROMWELL former .naa..I. tent condinor J
field with specialist .
former U. S. minister to Canada. and his bride trade smiles as sion Group. awd ...... 54 And, y ;
CHURCH this exciting
11:00 A. M.-"Go to can enter
they leave Foundry Methodist Church in Washington Saturdayby Parties." field through the U......t

: auto after their marriage. The bride 'is .the .former. Maxine 3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour, se- States Air Force's A......* FOR BtJfT4ia..wl

MacFetridgc. Birmingham. Ala... divorcee. lections announced. Career Plan. ,
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: WILL YOU SMILE? the Patio. Community Sing- 17 and 3*. can select me specialized - tot ;A 1'-kJ

Jack A. Saunders i I ... ing, Beatrice Moreno at the training courses ...., ace lMsn far re ."Uo .:

Piano. want qualify for the school before ftsw AariiJit 15th. J.
Now Back "In What- Did the Cop 10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour. they enlist and thus, be, "........,
CityJack Camera Club meets each sure of the assignment they

Do Then Thursday at 8:00 P. M.Girls' Service prefer. Gain a head start m i s.... Simont :.,
j1 G. S. O. meetings ( -
A. Saunders, Monroe 2nc the career of tomorrow by getting j aIIiIe May lit Sspace ,. too ok

county veterans service officer, 1 1 Organization), every the full details NOW. Visit j .. .......... R AJ! iSfsi
returned yesterday after a brief One morning when an under- and 4th Monday. your nearest U. S. Army and ...
taker to work he found a Game Room: Chinese Check I
: fame CM-i
f period of ho&pttaiization at the U. S. Air Force Recruiting
General !1 dead"dop r lying in front of hisi ers, chess cards, T>ng-pong pool Street Miami -
Veterans Aoministration 25 N.E.
I fice at
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i i desks, library, current sie a II
I I i place of business. Not knowingI writing
Coral Gables. Do it tww.r .
Pratt Hospital, 6, Florid Brisk Carafe f .rc
what to do with sane he went magazines, various table games
The Monroe county veterans I I I -4'
etc. MS** or comnv t
service office will be open for 1| and ask'ecTthc: cop on the beaLBury
Showers tennis rackets golf lunaitnip. 7s
business commencing today. 1 I ** 1t. you dope says the
i iI I officer- "you're an undertaker. clubs, fishing, lines, cameras, Good auto mechanic needed at I

I 1.[ ain't ?" checking service. film service, once. Overseas Garage. Stock

Your Horoscope i I' ''Sure you,**"' said* the .mortician.i mailing and wrapping packages Island. apdf .j!I Fwr-raom ana t.it .

receiving messages phone booths, tennpietdy turn, ,eeavirpie. '
"but I thooght I oughta inform
!I I railway service, i chilOJMr ,-
TUESDAY, APRIL 27 1943- the relatives stamps, express EMPLOYMENT WANTS no -
i i I available to SERVICE. PERSON- sununer rent ; : '.
Today one who has"a contented -' I ---- -
gives NEL. ...... 175.W
work. Reliable and i pr c
and it Painter wants .
mind keeps
:TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES Lesleigh DavisDirector. Dec. 1$ or SIM prly ..
along the ordinary walks of life., sober. See me between S MIIII1
I I Pinder Di- .
Gerald Program ae.. Cuter
Apparently not capable of great : rector. 7 p.m. Bert Snyder. 11"T V.-i ,
and bathtub, nil 1" t
effort there is still considerable rela Street aprM-Mx I
Know America) .
Beverly BuchananSecretary.Doreen .. Coal poi< h
resolution and generally good I I'
1791-TSamuel. F, B. Morse, the Cruz InformationDesk I kvvely garden 410 l d.
luck. Most of the persons born OPPORTUNITIES
I I noted artist-teacher till 40, inven- Aide. !".wore lf2J
this day attain to a comparative
tor, of telegraphy, at firstmet
comfort though they
degree with less than !I i with storm of ridicule born in FOR SALE Exclusive franchise Key West : pl.((, 6Mtevet I,
will be contented nationally
desire. r Bos\ n. Died in New York, April area for fast selling (dvwAets

more ambitious persons j 2, 1872. Showcases, Overseas Curio Shop. advertised motorcyete.. Meads .... ...... shop, df
eY4 : 1882.-Ulysses S. Grant a tanner's 832 Caroline Street after 6p.m. $198.00 to $24e.99. SM8." to i,
a igiltlllHfllltllUllpfllriillfllUtWgIIlJllili!illlD> for stork.
- son, soldier, farmer. real estate Apply 922 Fleming St $1.000.00 required
= N.C.C.S. 1 I man, from colonel to head. o( apr263tx80gal. Write Jax Safticyctc & s.Ift' New bcautIfii''y fbodrvum ':t
: the Union, armies'inthe Civil Co.. 324 E. 8th St.. J. Qc. i houac

; .' 1021 DuTal Street I .War,, 'ISth..Jprcsident' : born at tank, pump, motor. $30.00. Fla.7-K I month until Jam., r

DEFENSE FORCES Point Pleasant., Ohio.. Died July 1019 Flagler, after 5 o'clock. Apply CM Gnnnt
PROGRAM711IU111unnlnultGdlnnUfunlnutnunllanlnnlllnlr 23, 1885. -'- apr263txGas WANTEDG. PMtw 1317R.OVEJ&EAS.
e "
I 1843- Barnes Dutton ("Bro- I

: ther.}oSeph")."'famed lay missionary stove, in perfect condition. L interested inI to IS FOR RENT-

TUESDAY i to.the lepers of Molakai born 1329 Duncan Street apr27-3tx acres waterfront on Keys between -

1000 A. RL 12:00 Noon-Navy at Stowe. YL Died in Honolulu. Key West and Marathon.Must H

Wives Bowling at SubmarineBase. March: 26.-.1931. AQUELLA-Controls water,seepage be a bargain. I will pay 'I I '17 Fleming S. >*

'I j I846--erhkdes -J. Van Depoele and dampness in cellar and taxes and balance to owner. !' Week i Rdl .

2:00 P.M. 3:00 P.M.-Navy.t Belgian ii immigrant noted Detroit walls. McKillip Hardware, 602 What have you to offer Write ,i $19j9 S12.00 t.) $]..00

Wives Red Cross First Aid| uitot.5cienlist-piooeer in elec- Francis. St., Phone 1483. : .dctails.aad-pr4c- st-letter: 1. ----SpCori.I-&tl. SCI\K|

Class at NCCS I trie-light.and 'traction, born. Died apr26-3t I am not a-real estate maR but
7:30 P.M. 10:00 P.aL-U. S. Naval March 18.. 1892.ii53.Hies' .' am interested in building a !
Hospital Party, jointly r MorseEarlci noted All-metal ice box, electric iron little home. Write Box BRB I' FOR RENT APAX1

with American Red .Cross\antiquarian 'and. author of her cupboard. 1710 Flagler Ave. co Key West Citizen.

(2nd Tuesday). day"bof.n--4t.Worcester. Mass. Died Phone 1055-J. apr26-3tx apr2312tMISCELLANEOUS i Furnished apartment, .
II : 7:00 P.M. 8:30 P.M.-U. S. Naval -I Fcb-J6rl9l'l. and bath. Maid and

I Hospital Entertainers toWards 187l:;John H. Randall, noted Carriage, few months old. Accessories I service linens and
: (3rd Tuesday). and mattress included. -
I I New York 'Baptist clergyman: author furnished. Summer it
WEDNESDAY leader of the World Unity Sacrifice. $25.00. 219 Si- Washers, irons, vacuums and al Hotel Apartment

1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M.. -Billiards,i movement, born,_ in St Paul monton Street. apr26-2tx: fans repaired. O'Briant, Phone i Post Office.
Ping Pong, Writing Room 1164-M. aprl-tf i
;I Minn. Died/May, .15, 1946. x
Showers. I Howard piano excellent condition New efficiency .partmeatJ
12:30 I'M5OO P.M.-Hospital For guaranteed plumbing and re
I recently tuned. Reason-
The 93,941,000 people eligible: I only. no peU SM.M pe
: pairs. estimate. Call
Patients' Fishing Party, joint
able. 912 Packer ( ).
the 1948 United States rear Phone 215.Apartment .
to vote jn
i I j John Curry 512
program, NCCS YMCA and apr27-3tx Margaret St,
| presidential election exceeds those -- --
Phone 781.
Red Cross. i aprl-tf ]
eligible in 1940 by'10 million. i I pi watt booty
7:00 PJIL 8:00 P.l\L Boxingl
White outside white
paint, enamel -
1 thing furnished $100 I
Training, PAL Equipment. i I FOR SALE $2.75 gal. Doherty & Co. Drafting and designing by a! Apply SteH'Jlt.1
7:00 P.M. 8:30 M. graduate architect at reasonableprices.
Sewing 1 846 Olivia, corner Packer. Cal j
Class. Navy Wives. I I 1597. Homes store fronts in-; MisniLSel.ll
: 730 P.M. 8:30 PM.-Spanish: Small size Electro-Mite washer. aprlO-tf teriors. Bobby Anne George.1
I' Also beach roll. Both like new. Phone apartment W I II i ..t
Class for :Beginners; Miss Plumbing 156-W. apr23-lltx !I
Reasonable. 1320 Olivia St supplies complete date ill
Remond, instructress. I I _ i coupkAppt>
stock. Plastic tile, paints and
8:30 P.M. 11:00 P.M.vDancing.THURSDAY .I apr272txBeautiful" brushes. Murray's Plumbing. Furniture and automobile up- I Street. a
I '
i I 1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami holstery. new patterns to choose i!
9.00 A.M. 5:00 PM.-Sewing I corner lot Eagle Ave. from. Free estimates. Veterans Large ufH--bc Fla. Phone 7-3421
, Machine. Typewriter, Writing -i i and Roosevelt Boulevard. 120 aprl-tf Upholstery. 928 Division far adult>. Apply. C

Room. Showers, I feet on boulevard. zoned for Storkline baby carriage. Excel- Street. Phone 1390. pr2 -3tx t! Packer aThr >

FRIDAY business. This plot extends 250 lent condition. Reasonable. 513 ,

9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing feet on Eagle Avc. Fine corner William St. after 4:00 o'clockor FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE TO RUT

Machine, Typewriter, Writing for store "or apartment house. any time Saturday. t

Room. Showers. Price $15,000 or nearest offer. apr24-3tx For any kind of piupvity in Key e-ruofn opal zi., n'

SATURDAY Call 604. apr27-6t West be it home. hotels motek N.vy'ouph'. aca, .h.ld"

1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Picnic, Misses' dresses crepes, wash or business locations contact I. 1M4MWANTED.

Fishing: (sign UD in advance). I Chris-Craft cabin cruiser. sleeps silk poplin. Moderate prices. Paul Boysen, 626 Fleming St.. i
SUNDAY four.'nice galley. Boat and motor Sized 9-20. Montzelle Dress I Phone 153. apr24-l3I Naval uffxt-i .rfixi ,.ii" \ I

1P:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.-Com- I in fine condition. Pric*. Shoppe, 518 Fleming St. I Key West at It *.-' isSirrlwooi i t

munion Bri'akfa-t, White $3,430.00... CalJ 1318. apr27-6t apr243txYes WANTED TO BUY thu-v rn-u. v>1mrtit

Hat Club, U. S. Sub Base 1 we have large sizes ladies' (2nd Sunday). j Trailers Alma and Roycraft Gulf I dresses in new styles in Bern- Pay cash late model &cd an. Phone r furnished W.I l! H t f".

1:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M.-Fishing Stream Trailer, Park. I berg crepe and cottons. Sizes 1035 or 512 Simonton St. Cell 12 I. Bold l n"< ..

Trip (sign up in advance). apr27-6tx 38-44, 16 1-2-24 1-2. Montzelle apr24tx I I 4MPM ">

;,.. Information services, housing I uress Shoppe., 518 Fleming I I h__ __ -. .

city maps. Household furniture. 2700'Staplo St apr24-3tx I

Religious literature, library I Ave.. Phone 20;>-R.. apr27-ltx

telephones. stamps, wrapping and . Boat exceptionally sturdy For (Juulily Floras. lt.
'. mailing packages railway ex- LOST sailing skiff, suitable for 14-ft.//

press service, laundry pickup'I j'I board. Live well, mast Inlaid
available to all !. Alligator envelope-type purse. rudder, oars, etc. $100. Phone j I' Linoleum Asphalt TileColors
and their families. I Papers valuable. Reward if 558. apr24-3tx '

MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, turned to Mrs. Stone, 1106 I and PstUrns For Every R om M the liens,

Executive Secretary.I' tronia St re-I Motorola auto radios to fit'all cars :!


Secretary j! Black Cocker Spaniel puppy. ReI I stalled. Bridge Radio. 650 NW f *

ward. Return to 1825 Harris j 5th St., Miami. apr2 -lmo Estimates free TKLKI'IIO.' : 1151

The albino of i Avenue. Phone 1172-W.
variety elephant M. E. STWTZ1M
was at one time regarded with apr27-3tx One-story house on Greene Street. i; anti

the greatest re'el'cnCin the next to City Electric bUIlding. t Quid
Key West FlecK C
East: and it is said that the covet- j; ,- FOUND | Must be removed. Inquire: Installation Coreriq

ed possession of one in Siam in : Citizen Office, Phone 51. j DUVAL .,MET

the 17th century kept three nation -, Black Cocker Spaniel male. about \ apr22-7t I

at war for nearly a century. j i six or seven months old. White '

chest markings. no tag or col- j 1937 Harley-Davidson motorcycle.j SPECIALISTS L\ FLOOR anti SINK lU\: EMI +

Read the Classified Ads in The lar. Owner please call 1139-Ml t 15000.! "l393 Elizabeth Street (No Job
Too EmiL
Citizen. __ _ _ | or at'1311 Grinn_ll. arr27-lt ______- apr26-6tx
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i TUESDAY: APRIL 27, 1948 ,. _ .. . -. THE KEY; : VEST CITIZEN .
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I ,.. ; .......... .. :" Whoa a eatala product is doubt.or s':i-.-I, ruedd THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU :
ll aad thu.
t>' to but it
l BENNY'SMotor : TROPlCArTRADER")p ... ....... ............................................ II.:'
............................................. ...... : :
Court 718 DUVAL STREET. PHONE 1000 : :. WE REPAIR IT! : ir.: i POOR OLD CRAIGService :
: If I I Electrical : : 5'S.
909 Simonlon St. : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : : 1. s WE SELL IT !
.,i .. :. of O-.menhlp-Meagement.BENNY FERNANDEZ S :.. Plenty o f Action Toys for the Children : : We Will, Call For and Deliver .: :: WHITE STARCLEANERS :: : Station :: .. \
. : SO Y.ars*Experience la Electrical Workf J. H. BRADY. Manage PHOKC t 94Frande
: : :
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Serving : Electrical Repaired : . ; and Drrfelaa Streets
Appliances '. .
: BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 .. : p. :
t I ) : LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 ........................................... ....;.s.;,;... .. .\ \\JUUCCUd\ 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE : .: Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa: Jr.STREET Prop .;. ;s.DINNER Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Acceo.erIELECTRIC I

,t .. S to 8:30 ..................................A........*.. 41 .SIMONTON STREET Tour PURE Ott'ond GASOLINE Deafer : :"11
, . : .... ......................... i
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: .. The Best of Steaks . STORE :...........................................: : .........................................................
. : Short OrdersSandwichesAt : : HOME SUNDRY ; ..........................,.............-.-........, S 0 Dry Cleaningand . :: \
.i i All HOUR .. 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST.. S"Your ': : PressingTROPICAL : : AUTO AND
.. Try Our Frozen . Patronage Invited : : : .: 24-HOUR SERVICE . BODY SHOP ,
i : : .r. .c. : Free Pick-U p and .
: :
: .. .. Ice Cream Medicine : .', : Delivery Service : : 60i OS GREENE STREET ,
and Proprietary
,( Open D-ity Sunday -. : DRY GOODS : SUITS {0 MEN! -

. .:......8.AM.....to..Midnight..........:: : Sick Room Supplies -School Supplier ... :: HOME ':: .. 1106 OLIVIA STREET :: .: 1\131.ul WOMEN :: ;: Auto Painting S45; to 55' ::
'I Toilet and Article II.:
Preparations v
;..................J.............................: :. .:. ::, PHONE 373Specializing : PHONE. I/h..lea 282'urc ; ;: BODY autl FEMIER REPAIRS: : .:'1:

.. s!.: ..................... ...-:............................................: : Let ThoseSerre ,:. ..: :: :..............e....... ,............................................. ..

: : : : Who Serre Best .:..: : ............................................ !II III
, I MUMFORD and ROSS : : in ...................... J' IUt.\tJTY :
. If' ._' GOMEZ :. .: ___ -220 DUVAL STREETExclusive __ : BETRAYED WE HAVE A NEVER TRUST:': :: : : : : CAROLYNOverseas r 111)1'I'b :
" I : : : Women's and : : : : : .:'1
Monroe County Distributors forCarrier 5S33 9C
, FURNITURE CO : : : WE NEVER WILL : : LOPEZ : : Hotel t9 Flentofl'
: : : . : : : *
I : 720 DUVAL STREET AirConditioningfor Service Children'sElectric . .f DONALD
Ambulance : :
& : : : 2
- *. Juvenile FumitiireS . : : : : : We Special Ie to
Funeral ServiceEstablished
: Domestic and Commercial Use :. Telephone 548 : . Scalp Treatment*- Hair Dyeing : '"
5 HOUSEHOLD[ :. =_ PHONES __ 8150 .: Apparel . 188SLicenced ", "
: FURNITURE ..."......:........1.............................,. Never Sleeps I Phone 175 ALL. TVPK:fERSA\RT or HCLK NA1a M .115111 1
fC fe :: Plastic Inlaid Congoleum : ................................................. ?...'.................. ................e.................. Funeral t............................................
. Axmlnster Broadfelt . ............................ : a* : UirePtar9alld : .................................:,..........s

.,. J \: RADIOS and ::: ::: HOTPOINT Ranges ::' ,;:. t' j.. A MYERS i. .:. Einbaluirrs24Hour :::. :.. STELL'S! BEAUTY Beauty Culture NOOKScientific (r.P." .j -v .::

iI. a : Appliances .. : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances .* : P' : : .: :. in All Branches ;
: I1"- L.lcens F
Washing. Machines for Immediate Delivery' J e.
t .51 : Terms Arranged : : ;: AmbulanceService : : Tho.oughlyxpe, enced -m f :

.. .% : OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.. :: HOME CEI'PAINTING; i: Contractor :. :. . Operator ExdoslvlTPhone : :..
Water Us-vl
,. J :: MON. and SAT. : : : : Sort
.. 'Jll .............eeeeeeeeJ ......60S...SIMONTON..........STKEET...................PHONE...........: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK Jefierson GUARANTEED Hotel :: r: Phone 13S Night; 696 .: :. 637 536 Fleming St.. ......../........;

It. :...................p............................ :....Telephone........9137.114.......DUTB.....Street........................ ............r.......... .........................................................................
. ...... ......... ....
.. ; .......... ; : ............ ......... .. : Former Customers Friends. and the Public Invrtcd :
: : : ............-......... : ;:
4- I ] PRICE; TOURS .: Key West Garden & Lawn Supply I : : When You Want) FASTER, BETTER : :: Frances Beauty t Salon I
: :
PHONE 1019 : FLOOR : West
1r : : : : : Frances Park. Owner
1tf r .. : .: PassengerRepresentative : . Full]1 PET SUPPLY Line :|.. Old or New noors CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : ;: : : 1010 CRINNELL STREETS :
: :
: ;: : Guaranteed Work 'u."lmdledw.r. SOUVENIRS Culture in all its Phatmt !Ii
... Full i GARDEN SUPPLY LineCourteous : : : ..
. : : : : : : CONCH SHELLS i Permanent ScalpAppoiatar.at Treatments) :
: TREVOR : /
,. : J DOUGLAS All sires Facials Shampoo -Maaictrfaf .
: : Scrricc and Delivery : -
JJ : .....................................:........... : 1829 Harris Avenue ....Phone......1374-11........J. :: ____ ....................For............Phone.....13S1..........r
: .- .................... : ................
... COCOANUTS ....
COAST .... ...
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,r. .S. V.v Located Next :. :. Sae 20% Fire Insurance : 'Landscaping,Marl\ I and Top Soil :: : sI'oircF3 : : Marion's/ CASH HUESO CAYO ''': ':\ ::

i \ DR. COBO'SOFFICE : en dwellings; ,, : : : : : BEAUTY SALON a ;
. : : mere a n 111 e withAtlantic : TOP SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK :. 1/-S.A" :
by : Ship to Any Port : Southernmost House
, : bldgs house-- MARL HAULED.$5-00 for 4 YARDS : w:9: : : 1314 )
: I/.S. Canada Street Telephone ',II
or Ducal
: 1400
rLEMXNQ> STREET ; : bold and personal Mutual Fire Insurance, Co. : : Also Lots Cleared aod"l Spread-Very Reasonable .: -J' : ,
: E.*. of La Concha Hotel : : effects. : Marcy S. Palacio : : Expert Hair Tinting Hair Cuttin I., t '
.. i
ssabl. : ..
re : . All Policies Non-Ass or. St. Personalized Permanent Styling r
Save 15% onMercantile : : 1021 : : I .
.... . PHONE 124. : : Phone 674 Go W&&CH : .401 South Street Corective Facials ,
' / L. Crusoe Agt. : PHONE 801 J : ..

/ : :......................- ;......Stock............................................ :...e.s..e.r.................................. .:...KEY....WEST.......FLORIDA........:. :,....*..Exdusi..butNotExp.naiv............................5..*.e........................
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... .. .. ......
S ....... ............................ .. ..................... ......... Mere Nat: :
...........................e............ 5B.&B. : : : For
" ...................... : : : JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP : 4- oral Hair Tte* :
, ,I : : : CYCLE SHOP 118 DUVAL STREET : : REAL ESTATE j: : -_' _ lag la Pennaae or Finest+tWavM : I
Ride the Bus to the I : : : r. : ;: x . .
.I : : 1013Cusliman . Open Daily and Sunday Sales : : '
. :
GOLF COURSE Phone : : r
822 Fleming St. R.M.DauioIo..Po A.M. : _J
: P.M.
i : 5 to 1. : Appraisal Beauty : .
: : : : Motor Scooters : SERVING: Dinners : : Lease S : .1
: : COMPLETE 'f : .
RentalsManagement :
. : : : Sale..nd Service Immediate Delivery Also A La Carle and SandwichesREASONABLE : : Colony I \

rIt :. *" BICYCLE :. .....,....._....., ...........: .PRICES...................: ,:. Improved and VacantProperties WlSireet d : lb'

:. :. : .Buddy Scats Rental ServiceParking : ............................................S. : in Key West ? + Next to Southertunot : i
: .<, : and Monroe County : : BeMMir
TAKE : .
: :
HagsWindshields ,-- INSURANCE : .
BUS : : J. OTTO : School : :.
: All Lke e!
Ne. I _
: : : :
to the :. : ) ; F1HE WIND AUTO BONDS! : : KIRCHIIEINER : S..'rr -- :
1s. : : :
:. GOLF : Footresls !j' and ALL OTHER COMPLETE : .
O : :
: : Most MocI-r.
f't $g 411 Fleming Street S
; : : H . West Insurance I C. .. 919 Whitehead Street : POQM at I
.0 Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : : Key Beauty CuM0 :
: ;

I : Have Fun!CLUB : STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : :. 318 SIMONTON STREET in Front of Postoffice92S PHONE 1371Directly :. :....Phone. ....124.ad......738..-.R.... ::.......Telephone......... 206 for A AN|>|OL M,intnirntSE ..'............ ,

'S ..: ::..KEY....WEST.....e..........: '............................................s.........s........................................ ...........................s.................s.......s.........s........................... r ....s................;i- .................HABLA........ .................: ,

1 10'-. ......*.....*.**.eee.r S BICY"LES.I :: ::: BEAUTIFY I :: : INSURANCE : ::( CoodWork-LowPriccs DaUr.between 9.30 fiM. and 3:30 : S'

.-0... WASHING MACHINE : FOR SALE : : Your Entire House with : : :: : PJ.L Appointments are accepted '.'!"ti' '" : .....
: Our Customers Must Bo IA : : OFFICE : : from public br S.nio Students of \S '1
t. S : 521 SOUTHARDSTRUCT : : 9 .
RepairingMECHANICS : Satisfied r : INLAID LINOLEUM : : The / 5'
=' .: 320 DIVISION STREET 1380 : : : ; f! : '
: Opposite Bus Station Southernmost School l
: : : :

.I'. : Not SalesmenFactory : .......................................................:, :: EXPERTLY INSTALLED :. :. PHONE NO.'\ i :: :' of Beauty Culture :
: TELEPHONIC 1 1434: FOR ESTIMA1EKey : : 523 Southard Street :
iz i !Ii Methods : : : : : : \
iI by' Trained Men :: : : W': .

EASY -ABC MAYTAG : : : I phases in beauty culture These ctudrnt biuUcM> .
XENMORE SPEED : DEPAR1MENT .; .; I otter-All CIl. under expert supervision' of a It-cared |+.a.l vr eR
: ,
- QUEEN and Others ; DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112. : : beauty culture, do good work at very low p+ksa. Although :
: : Floor 1 Covering Co. : : ; appointments are not required, it .. irlriuHrS
Deliver" ; :
II RollTHE "We :
.. : WI.ile ringer : Company ; For Appointment Stop at :
Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : : !PHONE 537 :
FLORIT 523 or
c'-' .: TRADERS :. e Packaged Goods :...130...DUVAL.......STREET..............KEY....WEST...............: :.....................\ ;............................................. :...:

U : 130 Duval Street :.......... .......................s..............................:.......................... .. ........... ............................................
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PHONE 1431 ......................... s : :
. ...... ...............1 HEMEMllEKMHWMT. : S :
.,. ......s...................................... _: :I RADIOS \OUBU\\OUKUAIHO, : : Sensational Vale. :: : COWBOY & SONS i: !Ii Ii5

t1I. : 't : 111'akcs'\ llailtonum to Ueuair It . Why : : CIario : JOHN R. WATSON. N...... : :
... : When You Go . aiul . : : : : i
AI Food Shopping\ : ; Not Buy ll Front A : : 1'HONE i 503-K I :
Be Sore to Get . : ft AC.DC Sup rheterodin* ,

"S:. : _; BIG: _NAME" ___SERVICE_ __: __ ., Plastic Table RadioS i LANDSCAPING j jEssential

: /_ ej urn' . Tubes (IncL Rectifier) .
; __24-Hour Radio t---- ""' CASH or TERMSEVERYTHING :
DeautifiratinnBREAD :
: : I !

.,, t.: ENRICHED ; I'1"0.:11: ,ir. Repair ServiceAl'sMusicCo.- :: :: I READY-TO FAMILY-WEAR in for the :: :: Tree Surgery-Tree Rcmouil ::

of Today9* : tI: "Why Pay More When : :
S Foundation & Rock
The : : :
: I: I : : You Can Buy for LessT : : HaulingMailSandSoilEzcaratin
Meal Planning I : : : the Cubic lard :
'S : : CO. : : g yttALPH

fARAUXJ PHOlfEXM ,, The HIT Latest 522 Southard StreetPHONE : : 707 WHTTEHEAD STREET..........TELEPHONE..........1512.....:. .:...-.................s.........s........,....
.. : IuT Walt RECORDS .1081............. ...................
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: : *" -- Harris School Is-c..1':'Aeldress"4 : .MACEADDEN- RESUMES CAMPAIGNji"5
)i : GRAHAM HARTENSTINE{ \WHIPPED THe Weather -I System *_" '..A -

At i iFirst Stolen At Park ''.;
Leading -Loop
: A public address system owned
West. and Vicinity: Partly Half's End I by the City Recreation Department -
cloudy with showers this afternoon -I I! was stolen from Bayview

: : FIRST ,ROUND OF TENNIS. CONTEST tonight and WednesdayLittle Last, Saturday, the first half ; Park last night. Director Paul K4

change in temperature.Fresh of the Elementary School Junior!.I Albury of the department t. said
\ southeasterly winds. Softball League supervised by today.
I Smith-Reader Won Easily Florida: Occasional showers Mrs. Jane Hopkins Whidden of I I lIe pffered a, reward of $25 for
\ : today. St'atter3howers over the City Recreation Departmentwas ; its return. The city paid $150 for
/Over Naval Hospital l : : east and south portions tonight completed with Harris School : the system a short time ago. :{- .
( and Wednesday Slightly cooler ahead. Division a close second i , '
I % Champions Hanchett, west portion today otherwise lit- and'Poinciana Uurd. I|Wednesday. aiterncon. The Annex ._: '.at. ..
: : Uej change in temperature Tomorrow ,a'ftej-nogn at 3:45 p..",| not scheduled to! play tomorrow. ,. "tg
Henderson 6-.1' ; Jacksonville Through the Florida o .
6-1, tOUT SNAT'ORS m. competition will again be
: Strtaits.: Moderate occaswon- strong when Harris meet! Division -j II( Junior Softball League Standing .,:
First round matches of the ally fresh southeOlSterly'winds at Bayview Park. So far liar- Club- Won Lost 4

Island City Open Tennis Tournament Tuesday: he&rra.ig gentle to moderate ris has won lx nth its games with i i Harris School 4 0
were completed on the? NIGHT TIL: TI southeast to south Wednesday Division StreetSchool.. This is''!'i Division St. School 2 2 I
Bayview courts at the city' park Occa-nonal showers with Tuesday scattered the only:game planned for!I;Poinciana School 0 -4
becoming partly cloudy ---- '- --- --
yesterday despite the inclement showers Wednesday. w.

weather. I Traded rink)', Second East Gulf: Moderate, occas- .. y.- s' ...11
; Political Announcements
Seventh Naval District doubles : ionally fresh southeasterlywinds
Hasnunn! Lead* TeamTo to
today becoming
Champions Nick Smith and Bill Bob's ,
SportsSmashVFWIn !
moderate variable winds Wednesday ;'- A
Beaver surprised everybody' by Win Over HrooklynDodger Showers Tuesday and over DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, MAY 4, 1918 e. f<

an easy G-l. 6-3 victory over Na outh: portion Wednesday. A.-.A.. .. _...._...A..A..AAAA "

vat" Hospital Champions Han ; -. No small crpft or storm warnings For GovernorCOLIN 1 I For County Commissioner Lif- .

chett and lIendeI' on. ,I dQKelal !.The rl"& .) are being displayed ENGLISH I II I 1 Fifth District

. The best shots and the most A five- I W. A. PARRISH
i NEW YORK April I.I
Report .
match of the day was 15 -I ContesttVETS _
t interesting hit performance by Parnall: gave For Governor I ;
won by Graham last year's Navy the Boston Red Sox a 6-0 victory Key West Fix, April 27, 1943 DAN McCARTYFor For SuperintendentPublic 1 '' r.w .
*- winner at Green Cove Springs. the Washington Senators in I -
over taken at City Office.
teamed with Ralph )Hartenstme MAKE FIVE ERRORS: TO ; Observation Instruction
last night at -
a game under lights 8:30 A.M.. EST .
' the Temple Governor I
formerly No.3 man on WILLARD M. ALBURY
against Yg- AID BOB'S IN ROUT LAS iI Washington. Bosox pounded Il3ef- Temperature \ .
University team I ner for ten safe blows. Each Highest yesterday -..-- 82 W. A. SHANDS I II I I MAP tS Irepi..t!
nacio Carbonell Key West City NIGHT AT BAYVIEW PARK : club committed two errors . (BILL) i iI
Champion and Welch Boca Chi- 1 fewest: last night -- ------ 101 I I For Superintendent MR. AND MRS. BERNAHR" MACFADDEN wave from the Mac-
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These St. Louis Browns eked ouj >a Mean : -- Public Instruction '
car doubles Champion. j r C
SOFTBALL FIELD r State fadden. private plane in Miami. Fla.. Saturday just before leaving
._ 77 I For Comptroller
dark and 2-1 win over the Detroit Tigers Normal --
lasted until nearly
:'. sets HORACE O'BRYANT for Ocala Fla. after their marriage Friday. The 79-year-old
;; ended 6-2. 7-9 6-3 a lengthy The softball game played last and the Cleveland Indians out- PrecipitationTotal I I EDWIN G FRASER I
Florida and
physical culturist is a candidate for governor of plans
.. 1.64 ins.Total
thriller. night at Bayview Park between : lasted the Chicago White Sox last 24 hours n
Jim Schonblom and Jack Seller Bob's Sport Shop and the Veterans -i| 12-11, in a 14-inning battle that this month ... 12.23 ins. i I For State Comptroller I j For Superintendent to resume his campaign in Ocala. Mrs Macfadden is the former

; teamed age and experienceto ,of Foreign Wars startzd out i, sow Bob Feller appear in a role Excess this month 11.10 ins. 1 I '(Incumbent) I of Public Instruction Mrs. Jonnie Lee 42. of New York.

whip the hospital team of like a real humdinger but ended of a relief pitcher for the Tribein Total this year 15.31 ins. ;! C. M. GAY j MELVIN E. RUSSELL _- _-__- ,_ u ________-_- -_-_-__ -_ __. _____
Kti tetter and Zimmerman in I in catastrophe for the Vets | the 14th round to retire three Excess this year n 9.45 ins. I

straight sets 6-0 6-0. Knowles For the first two innings neither : batters in a row and save the Relative Humidityat I For Member School Board May 8 Birthday i A1SPA PRESIDENT
For State Superintendent I'
to hiLIHowever. AJ*
the dope I I
and Domencch upset side scored or got a safe game: for his teammates. I I'I :
Blauvelt and Collis 7-5, I 75':'. TOM D. BAILEY Second District
defeat frame, the
in the third
In the National League, Boston
64. Bingham and Mostcllar followed Big Berthas cf the Sport Shop Braves triumphed 5-0 over the BarometerSea 'I I GERALD H. ADAMS Of Navy AviationMay r7'f
the line of downing Conleyand opened up and accounted for with Eddie ( Level) 8:30 A.M. For Circuit Court Judge
6-2, 6-4. Brooklyn Dodgers 29.91 ins-10129 mbs. (Group One) i
Sampson. three runs on three singles, two Sianky, second baseman, aidinghis | For Member School Board 8 will be observed as the
Charles Smith, Jr. former brother Key! .bases on balls and two errors. team's! cause immeasurably; Tomorrow's Almanac i WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN r, Second District birthday of Naval Aviation, it
West Champion and __ 5:54'am.. I
* In the fourth.. the Sportsmen The traded triple, Sunrise announced today bv Secre-
ballplayer got a was
: Roberts displayed good I ( Sunset _____ 6:55 p.m. For Circuit Court Judge !
-f_" from Commander added five more runs on three single and a walk.,each of which i tary of the Navy John L. Sullivan -
.\' to nor-win and Coach Pepper, o'con-I other' singles and'two free tickets '' resulted in either he or a team- Moonset 9:43 a.rn. Group 7 (Monroe County) I For .Member School Board

Dixie Howell and C. W. Smith to,first: They amassed a total of mate scoring a run. IncumbentAQUILINO I! Thirty-seven years ago the
completed an expected, victory I 11" runs in the fifth by tallying I New York Giants won their TIDES LOPEZ, JR. Fourth District Navy ordered two airptaoes
over Harvey Sellers and Billy three times on two hits and two fifth straight game bv punishing Tomorrow i I JULIO CABANAS, JR. When they were delivered they
Russell 6-1. 62Tomorrow's I walks. One of the latter safe the Philadelphia Emilias! 5 to 1 (Naval Base) For Circuit Court Jude were tseted arfl officially the

team efforts to get I blows: was triple. by Villareal. |i Gordon homered for the Giant Eastern Standard Low Time) Group 7.* (Monroe County) For Member School Board arcer of Navai A\iatoa got un-

" jn the quarter finals should be Two bases on balls and three Scores: High Candidate Fourth District erwav
: 1:33 5:46: am.
even more exciting than today'seliminations. hits, combined with two errors, 'LEAGUE
The starting .gun produced four more runs in the! NATIONAL 12:23: p.m. 8:02 p.m. JOSEPH OTTO I ISADORE WEINTRAUB

is :at'' 4 p. m. Bayview Park, seventh for grand total of 15 j RUE One-Minute\
?,.. Comfortable benches are provided The were held Brooklyn __ __ d_ ._. 0 :& 1 ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA i For State Attorney For Clerk of Criminal CourtC.
runs. Sportsmen i ___._. ___ Reference Station Key West MINCER I
.by the City Recreation Department scoreless in the sixth. Boston' '5 8 0 I' GLENN C. SAM B. CURRY
free of charge to all Veterans failed to score until- Banta, Ramsdell. Vancuvk: Time of]Height of I Re-election SPORTS QUIZ
Spectators' The public is cordi- Villareal'!' Hau stead and Edwards; Voi et1e StationTid. (high water I I
the sixth when Garcia
For Clerk of Criminal Court
ally! invited to attend. and Fallon each hit. safely tqi i! and Masi. Bahia Honda .1, For.State ,Attorney I. What team won the (. ,->
10m 00ftNo HARRY
.. (bridgeOh I
r send- Garcia-across'ttie PateC4 I'F * ., i -**\,*fi.'H*E" I Name Key t : : t.i 1 oifEi$711sQ.; WALLACEFor I najor league game this year!
,At bat Fallon hit two safely 2. What team wen the f:-st
'I i Philadelphia .__ __ no 171 (east end) _+2h 20m For Supervisor of
SOFTBALLCARIES Vets and Mira poled State RepresentativeFor Jouble-header
to lead the : New York _ __.___ ____ 580Rowe. Boca Chica Registration the ball tossed
' Y three for Bob's. Villareal, Ikn- Re-nomination I 3. Who caught

".\ ; \ ;I her and Mario Hernandez each! : Semmick. HemUelman.Lamanno; :Koslo Porto'. and and Caldes(Sandy Channel Point-Oh 40m i BERNIE; PAPY JOHN ENGLAND by President* Truman in Washing (,. ;.

hit two. ; end 2h 10m 1.4 ft on
north ) + +
BAYVIEW PARK In the field Santana had :;even I I Cooper ( oOo For State Representative I i For Judge Juvenile Court 4. When is the Indianapolis DAVID W. HOWE (above) tithe
chances A. Acevedo six. Ma- acing classic Burlington (NIGHT PLAY) 'AMERICAN LEAGUE. NOTE: MILTON A. PARROTT DAVID E. McCURDY and Walcott alady .
rio Hernandez three, Hancock I Correction I 5. Have Louis was re-elected president ef the
Game f (-)-Minus sign: (Mickey) for their June fight
Jive and Mira ten without an Night ( signed American Newspaper PubUsfc
TONIGHT- . ,. For the R. H..E. to be subtracted. I For Judge Juvenile Court
error for the Sportsmen. : Corrections tc ers Association it the annual
First Gt.me-SubRon 4 '''vs. losers; Lastres and Batton were : Boston 610 2 (+)-Plus be sign added.: For State RepresentativeTOM I FRANK O. ROBERTS rHE: ANSWERS: meeting in New Yerk.

Adams Dairy. the besL' I I Washington .... 052 h-Hour. O. WATKINSFor J. ph.1H--;1 *oL.-.: _.
Second Game-Elks vs. Key Score by innings: R. H. KI Parnall and Tebbetts; Hacfner ((m-Minute. I For Justice of Peace 2. Philadelphia Athletics. "MY GUEST OF KEY war

West Merchants. Bob's __ -_ -_. 003 530 4-15 13 0:; and Evans. (ft)-Feet.Temperatures. Sheriff First District 3_ Sid Hudson. w..unflfton ( Dance Vtu'' "L.e: Ii
"! Vets .___ d. 000 001 0- 1 7 5 : FRED O. EBERHARDTFor I IRA F. ALBURY wirier. '. ,
;' Stand Hancock and Castro; C. Valdez, i i R.. II. E 4. May 31st.
How They ________. 190' >For Re-election
:_ F.Tynes and FallonThreebase : Detroit ____._ no Sheriff 5. Yes
hit: Jack Villareal; :I St. Louis 2 7 1 I

,; AMERICAN LEAGUE stolen: bases: A. Acevedo 3. Jack i iVill3rea1' : Trout and_ Swift; Sanford. and 7:30 A.M.. E.S.T. RAFAEL H. FERRER For Justice of Peace The Kaniagmiut w the largest BROADWAYCIGAR
Club- W. L. Prt bases on balls: off Val- Partee. (Known as Mr.Grass and Chicho) First District ;kimo; tribe on the Alaskan

Cleveland .. _ _. 5 0 1.000 dez! 7, off F Tynes 5, off Hancock'I I ,! PAUL BOYSENFor -oustAUTOMOBILE.
Washington S 3 700 3.struck; out: by Valdez 3; hits I'I P.. IL E. Station- For Sheriff I STORE

Philadelphia .4 3 .571 off Valdez 3for 6 runs in 3 and Cleveland -. - 12 22, 0 I Atlanta ____. 64 ALTON GOEHRING
St. Louis 32 .600 1-3. innings: losing pitcher Valdez -i i Chicago __ .h. ___ __ _y 11 15*. 1 Billings . ._ ._ ______ 31 Justice of Peace DdQ (OK) lta"al Srrri
New Ywk _ _. 3 3 .500 ; time' of game 1.20; umpires: (14 Inning)_ I II Birmingham _. ___m______ 64 ("Dutch") I Second DistrictMYRTLAND StOt

Detroit __._._._.__ 3 4 .429 F. Villareal and M. Tynes; scor- Black. Webber Kennedy. Gro- Bismark ._ ._m._ u 39 CATES
Boston -._ _.__ _m___ 2 5 ..200Chicago er Aguilar. I m<<:k. Klieman. Christopher Fel- Boston _- .___ ____ _ 41 For Sheriff i We fill all prescriptions when COMPLETEBASEBALL
._. 1 C .143 I 'er and Ileean: Judson Moulder Buffalo . ______. .___u. 51 EVERETT R. RIVAS : For Justice of Peace 'our eld car starts giving you' >>

Goodwin Caldwell and A. Rob- Charleston __ .___._ 61 rouble.
NATIONAL LEAGUE A o-.cultural and foresty its short experts inson. Chicago __ ._ __-__ .. 61 For Sheriff ; Second District We carry a complete line c I

f Club. W. L. Pet say the that United during State has lout I Corpus Christi _m __ .__ 65; BERLIN A. SAWYERFor i ROY HAMLIN bake Parts Ignition.Gas Fittings; SCORESPOPULAR

New __ history __ ___ Re-election park Plugs. Fan Belts.
York 6 2 750 Denver 33
third of its topsoil and four- the United I '
Philadelphia u __.. u__ 4 3 .571 one fifths 'of its standing saw timber. Mineral experts used 97 say cent of its Detroit _-_c ___._58EI : For Justice of Peace AT YOUR SERVICE . BRANDS ol
Cincinnati h __.___ 4 4 .500 States hc 3 cent per of its silver I Paso ..-_____ ______ 56Ft. For Sheriff I Second District DAY OR NIGHT
Pittsburgh __ __._ 4 4 .500 Fifteen per cent of all grade and mercury.lead. 78 per per cent of its chro- Worth ___ _... 64 JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD EUGENE SANCHEZ PHONE{ 1178 Cigars and Cold
St. Louis ______. .__f.. 33 .500 school, pupils in the United States cent of its bauxite. Galveston .---._ ___.. _. 11 (COFFEE)
Chicago _.___ _______. 3 3 .500 learn their three R's in one-room mium 60 70 cent per of its copper and I Jacksonville __h__._._- _ 66 For Clerk of Circuit Court i J JANE and SHINE I
.. ._ __ per ._ .__. . 55 I Soft Drinks
Brooklyn 3 4 .492 one-teacher schools. The average petrolcu mand 65 per cent of its Kansas City n EARL R. ADAMS For Justice of Peace 1502 BERTHA STREET
Boston . . _ 2 6 .250 has 16 pupils. KEY WEST m._ ___ 79 -
----.-.------- zinc. I Key West Airport --=--..___ .... 75 i Second District
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For Clerk of Court
Los Angeles _ __..-________ 52 i SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN ..IIIIIIIIIIIl111111111111111IIIIIIIIplltl i i KlMllIllIIlIIIlIIlIIIIIlIllIlIlIlt.

'- .. .. .. .. . . ...,... .. Miami _um..m___._._._ 69
:: ::' :;;f.;;:.;t : 'v :/ Minneapolis ________ 50 County Tax Assessor i For Constable The MAXWELL CO. Inc.

,_r. A.f-:' > " H Memphis nm __' 59 CLAUDE A. GANDOLFOFor First District ,
<' g t to'q ._._ __ 62 ;
New Orleans d. RAUL A. CARDONELL
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.' ., r:4..t t :.':' >> 'v: .' '0 : : : :,_ New York n _______ .. 45 County CommissionerFirst Spceialiing in
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y 'n. :1:>' -'r.iJ" Norfolk _.._ -.-.. 65 District f. For Constable \ Types "I

,t , : : 2 t t( ib? : ' ,':: : ._i Oklahoma Omaha City _.. __. --__.. 43Pensa"Ola 53 JOE ALLEN !! CARL First J. INGRAHAM District r : :. . r q,l Hotel, I Restaurant

< :) : VIi. z ; _ __on 69 For County Commissioner r r'' f4.
; Roanoke ___.______.. 59 First DistrictJ. i For ConstableFirst ; '- and I!errEquipment

St Louis .__ ..._..___ h d 63 '
i District
San Antonio .___.___ 5G OTTO KIRCHHEINER fO '
s"y" : ;. : .J v San Francisco _._____ 49 I HARRY H. JOHNSON rf

' Seattle _.____._.-_-_ 35 For County Commissioner 1 .
Tallahassee .m' ..-_.h.___. 66 First DistrictW. ; For ConstableFirst ,

Tampa ,i__ _- . 69 C.SUGAR) SWEETINGFor t DistrictC. I

Washington u m ___--.__ -_ 55 FLONEY PELLICIER We are now in the position to serve yew ...4s wigs dray

County Commissioner type of equipment you may need.
Subscribe to The Citizen. Third DistrictCLARENCE For Constable
We can fully equip restaurants with *M ntttsssiy riya...
meats which include . .

CHORUS: We know that you are For County Commissioner j (Bennie) GLASSWUIE DISIIKS s\KK: I I

the best Well tell the rest Down- Fifth District KITCII" QlU."E'.: : '.1'.
m-Old-Key-West You're welcome For ConstableFirst
as the Flowers in May. Sorry
I when you say "Gee1! I hate to go For County Commissioner District RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT & d Smi
Filth District BERNARD H. WAITEFor -
away. You'll find a Peach-right I
I on the Beach. Down in our Southern -
Clime. Just you put your antlers Constable I MAXWELL\' CO.
away-You won't need them County Commissioner Second District Ills

tAP.irephotu.> I -Bathing To-day. We know that Fifth District JOSE ESPINOSA Furniture '
and Fur ,
BEN WHITAKER'S MY REQUEST (8)( ) with Dou? Dodson up. wins the 24th running of the Wood Shell be your Guest Well do JOE JOHNSONFor nts frH tittqsTELEPHONE

Memorial at Jamaica track in New York Saturday. Mount Marcy ((3)). ridden by Shelby Clark is I the Down-m-Old-Key-West. Commissioner For Constable SO! Fleming Street. Corner Margaret St.M1II111111I11I1II11IIIVENETIAN .

"ilHeocL and Better Self (1) under Warren Mehrtens is third..Th W AI1 & .been-ma4e an enn.. Ta\ernier.-Benj. F.Fla.(Happy: ." )-*Werkheiser. County Fifth District A '... r Second District 1Gy Wqa. Ph.
favorite in Saturday's Kentucky' Derby- ''




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APRIL 27, 1Q4R ", ; -THE KEY -WEST, CITIZEN_ "'- An' PAf &: annex

I Small 1 V 1\' 'TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS 11.l6il" L"I I"D .l' li ) ;;' .lI.l .I.1" '

Country Towns I , 'I .. t .f ..ft. JtJ JQ m' h r rA
(Know Araeiica! ) -... ,. :- ..'. .; .. : .
Earl G; Harrison, vice pre id .'
Arc The 'Nation's ofs the 'Universt! of -' ., v '. *,; .,. , .,J --*' ,m, r.1 : ; : :S
Hope pennsYI-1 : V V* lp T- ,
vania Philadelphia, dean cf its law 49 ., '; .! _. 1't, ","n., .1 I... "

Th Cltisen't By COWARD: H SIMS i! in Dr. Louie D. Newton.years of ago.Atlanta .. : ; ;
WathiitTton Correspandeat I Ga.,. noted'Baptist clergyman -I NEWS'EDITOR "" i
O-Tlw sightseers who como to WashIngton , AL : ,
born in Screen Co Ga 56 ITS T4AND
this time of' .
year compose,to cross-section of the United !''i T
State There year ago.
are school
: groups from all sections ,
and hat lone-wolf ;I i I Edwin J. Thomas, head! of the ; I'
seem. Buses::: from New England, the '
I .South. -- "- and Midwest' - are. seen drivnn. around the town eaqerneoos Goodyear' Company Akron. O, ADVERTISING COLUMNS ; } ::
born in Akron 4'J years ago.J ,
peering out 01! every"4 r : .> .
"Ine'.""" r.A. J I Dr. Kenneth Brown prest : .

.+l tl.r=ueh; the Capitol's cot.rldnn f'f ffm nters.,life: It.,.in is the more metropolitan typical of" {I'dent Granville, of 0.Dennison}, 'head of University the Asso- YOUR DAILY PERFORMS, .': I IAN
< ruupc of children ; American custom* ; c laiioz. of American Colleges,
walk quiftly. and rcw.frntlr !j lNewts York, Chicago and Detroitaren't i. born in Brooklyn, N. Y., 12 years

on a PrwtaUy pfMtical iMMtr' they Thry pubiM-al dun't know. welfare know u 'lot what gjea'of!,', country.,the It's greatest Jonesvillf towns; in Shady this.I i ago.Hugh Moore.: l board chairmanof IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE ; 6 6c I
,,...t jHm rant ibuted their all Grove Oak Hill and Holly lldgcThat's the Dixie Cup Company, Born f ; .
where the beet citizens ,
to thus and that are at Jo'L'Scott Kansas 61 years ago. .
ftovtrn'iu-fit. other j turned out nine times out of ten!
Franklin John Franklin
Jay ( .
listedn' the Capital are by stjtuUs ri-inem-, Carter Jr.), commentator author, ........ ,..., .
i! born in Fall fiver; Miss, 51 rt '
paiptinffs etc. than two thirds of the t .. .
$305 million which the American !years ago i ' - .
But probably they don't know : : :
.hat a practical, political war j jor I people spent on reading matter in i Prof. Charles T. Copeland famed .-, .
( on iiu de. The'x* groups visit I 1940 was spent for newspapersand I Harvard professor emeritu:; I '
the White llouav, the Washington magazines. The remainderwas I' of English! born in Calais, Maine, ; '
1. ,
Monument and probably Mount chiefly_for books and_ _maps. !128,years ago I S
Vrrnon. They might< also<< visit
Arlington the National Galleryof I' MOTHER, JUST 27,. HAS 10 CHILDREN ,.. ." '.
Art and a rniwurm maybe. But -
when asked .. I
they are :: J .r" :-"f"t. ,
Jmprvwd Capital by most it's usuallythe I ; : :'. l' .,-, : .:
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it . :
These school children P '( .,t, . ,, : .
are an tar .
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eager rruup. They are convinced: j! t:? ,, -. .,,:: .T TiF.
this country if the greatest in theworld ": :,
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And know !
they we have . ,
the inert system of DomocrtcytunctlonlnL .. -
They don't worry :
too much about dangers from I :

broad There, naturally. y y r 41i tj t V r' 1
are groups act differently ,
howexer Some of the

Mend big-city on featherings Washington which are odd de-in I
many respects These metropolitan }
children seem to be cynical,
stem to think they know all the .ILLUMINATION
answer Tt.ey rarely respect ace I
In others Not only do they look .
different from the average group. | j
It U almost like they came from : : .. '
another country But then there ?' t .
i 5o all
It no general rule. And not everyone may see . S
of these children in a particular
group will hold true to. 4 R s I
1 s'
form. Too there are various and '
widely-diferent groups from the .
large cities. Some could pass for .5. it:4"
a typical Mid-Western or Sou. I S
1 them group-others are unmistakably 1 'AP lrepioto)
j rAfter watching' city folk the, tight-seeing MRS. JOHN COLE OF ST EATOR. ILL. is just 27 yearsold' i I One particular section..the. Classified-serves the community I
-but sh. is the mother cf 10 children. She believes she is this I Iyounge.t
parade, one cant help but hope
t mother with the largest family in the nation. Her
'the small American town the
I fanner and the frontier community husband is an electrician. Grouped around their mother, chock- I the immediate sales and the j
1 will not be pushed into .1 wis.ar. Mildred Ellen. 5:"DeVon Edward.7; :ohn. 8; Jacqueline. by highlighting way to quick !
I background of the American 9: Carol Jean. 10; Carson. 6; William. 4. Seated left to right: ,
scene The average small town Selena June. 2Vi Mrs. Cole holding Rose Ann. four weeks old.

I a to is vr-.tly-.. ...,different.*Ii ., and Craig Eugene, IS months. _ _ I ',.. :. satisfaction of buyers' needs. Each year, millions of dollars 0 '11 11of


American business are transacted through the classified i 5 '

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i RESCUE: WORKERS crowd a barge in New York harbor as navy and civilian divers strive to li f! $ &'l -
I if.... Edward: Christiansen. "49-,.ar.old deep-sea diver trapped under 30 feet of water. Christian t
sea (right) is carried to an ambulance immediately after the rescuers brought him to the surface. I BVY Slit
flay worked far three hours on the bottom of the harbor off Staten Island to free the djver who I LppN .
was caught under ton of mud. He was snared by the sudden collapse cf a nunder-water ditch in '
which he was laying a telephone cable.COLLAPSES .

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NO ONE WAS INJURED but Harm Boomstra from Grand Rapids had the scare of his life Friday 4 .
When. this doubl.-spaa bridge over the St. Joseph river at Berrien Springs. Mich.. collapsed under
i saved from into the,river the falling
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: OBSERVATIONSOF r:1. f1 J. Sher and other officiate elUte ,__. .. ... -a C ..

By Cameron Docktry -- _._- .1!.Thursday A t Party Elks Lodge.. Attorney WHitem a wdikfenmn .... .........
V. Albury and County SohcMor LI 1 4 .... S e I'hopMm
4" A FOOL AI' ''' ___1M Daughter to Messicks 1|I Mrs. Horace' O'Bryant's Junior i! Allan B. Cleare Jr.. also enteredthe . .. ..... I e went

j A seven pound six ounce' High School class 8AL entertain- j picture. to .... laiiui-Wsi and me..d .
V Br BILL LEE Chapter 10 house another minute I How about- Uncle Sim and Aunt Sophie felt daughter was born at"the U. S. ed Mrs. Martin's class SA2 last One at a time Patrolmen Wil ..... .. .... of 1M ... Club

....1..,IAlillmw lUIIJP" y INCH: strolled into the "deserted going for a swim he'kept'his; relations with themon Naval hospital to Mrs. Josephine Thursday! at the CYC from 7 to I son. Frank Jolly Sergeant Hamilton waco ..sdTh ..... .
living room and caught himself "Sounds wonderfuL Meet you ,a stricUT'business basis. But I Messick. wife of James A. Mcs-',( 10 j jI I Boykin Lieutenants Ray ..... ..... ..' nt
. ... A local gardner rises to remark here in five minutes." he must have made Uncle Sim my sick SN, VCN-2, Boca Chica. j I pan; {I I Atwell and Harry Lee Baker -l .... It ....... .........
wishing the ot" rc ms at guardian when i Soft drinks J
r on the statement of a reader of Vmceand Julia passed the they were on bet- 1 'I sandwiches, potato I| went the .. .. ...
I Kalanii equally A ter terms and Just never changed The little girl has been anmed up to examining roam .. ... .. tit t a.
were empty. and cake
The Citizen whose views were Donovans the terrace'with saladIigpcream > were
sitting on his will When he died I Joyce Elizabeth i '. on the second floor of the Elks CWt .. u..t.... fl.,
printed in The People's Forum search might disclose; some items their backs against the house to5thgjn.r' went. ( served.- / I Club. ... the
that the citizens of this communIty -I of interest. But that was to 'be though ,expecting .attack !L Games. were enjoyed by all and- .
"Uncle Sim took (It must be noted that aH of theft of m... hearThe
left for the enterprising tJtf from ths r!arr they declined'JU- advantage of I Son to Scotts prizes Janet .
should make an effort to impost were awarded to :
I Johanson.' *" lia's invitation to johrjn VswiirC his she continued. these officers are not involved. .... rJlI we,. ....
1 black coil from the Ever-j .'.L41eS3'di.sco1ieded'thouJlhts' ; : 'Like .fell hcrthwist'.htIendb ?guardianship.-t wanted to join An eight pound seven ,ounce.I J3{OWiV.Shirley Seller. Courtney" : In fact. Lieutenant; Baker and hassled .. aftjy eMpMtsoVB flfVelkr

I glades. I I"In creft- into the naval'officer's beacbes.Kallo: was .. 'occyj&ut some; branch of the service. As son was born at the U. S. Naval Sampson! ; Joyoo.Carnes. Raynjohd Atwell helped solve the cnae at them ** city affMWkto It

I T the first place you pay $32 mind- .. Simeon Mannley.had .had an.area mylegal guardian he 'wouldn't I hospital to Mrs. Geraldinc,.Scott, n thfus.. Homer; Herrick: and which led to the confession of beesi ...... .sI the .M.I wi

for a truck load of the Everglades Who was this Hugh nerson- that fiule4 in with pure bouse,white and and. run give'his:way consent.and be,said threatened that would to wife of Rebort L. Scott HMC,' "Jay*" weSt. . I'one city policeman.) the asthe t'] .J 4 __
below barbecue '
soil.'' said this gardner. Julia and Bissett had been dis- the pit.summer Further on ajpier'ex- be too bad because he had control USS Clagmorc. Lorraine?: Bennett and Eddie After hearing the testimony atone the. .. line pstrdin ye.

"Then the soil is filled with ,!i cins? Had the lace at the win- tended out to a' boat house and of..njy money and Fd never see The little boy has been named Patrick received two prizes each. I of the city policemen: the .. .... -....
weeds. That soil h of no value ,i;; dow last night really been that of float At the 'south end of the a "cnti of, it if I; disobeyed him. Richard Wayne. -Those who enjoyed the party city officials called Lieutenants The' p.vos j.eita wee. the
I other than that it retains moisture -I'* a servant? Where had Dr. Palm- beach a rocky promontory prO- I told' him Fd sue him for it and : were Bill Neblct, Judy Pellicicr Baker and. Atwell and told them I annex ...ten .* the Elks ChIt

for a short period of time. i I er gone what at had two Mannley in.the and'Du-morningand truded from the bluff into the h..just laughed and said when i Son to Ellises Nellie Diaz, Harvey Johnson, that they strongly suspected th On the ovtaMte ml uW mtmim |13

The soil It not nearly as goodu kane been arguing -bout when canaL It made a protection for wouldn't lawyers got han through inheritance with it I 'i A five pound six ounce son Joan Crusoe, Maxine Miller, Mildred -' policemen. They were asked to dwe .had. -- ...... Is *,.
the and any
plain white marl, which is ![I th.y supposed everyone else in the sun.cove, catching- holding : was born at the U. S. Naval hospital -' Archer, Shirley Sellers talk to the suspectAfter with .s taM I d the 11IM

t found right here in Key West. :][ bed? Questions . questions, all I-Uvince stared at the natural tunnel left."Do you think he'd really have '' to Mrs. Helen Ellis wife Cheri KeibeU! Eddie Patrick Ar- '. the lieutenants had talked whei. it he4N... ... ....
1 weeds but unanswered. Perhaps there was mando Hcnriqucz Arthur Klus- to the policeman he went ..
I which contains no I going through -it. "What a gone that far? of Horace D. Ellis CQM USS up .
which contains chemicals that I!I' some simple explanation for all. I queer formation! "I don't know. I.didn't feel I ;;| Odax. sendorf, Raymond Rothfus Lorraine -I the. stairs and voluntarily confessed -

\ theoceanputlntolt. 1 1j ], Idly !his fingers snapped or "the. I Julia nodded. "Yes. we call it had the right to take a chance.. I The little boy has been named Bennett :; in part in the theft at DntMthe..._ be

"No sir, give me plain white ;' coming radio. A news and broadcast it was .ct The Devil's Walk because.it endsin Dad had worked. hard for his Bruce Carleton. 1 J, Janet Crown. Billy Osterhoudt. seven coin devices from the Elks men.. .. ......-.. peer
on soon got aroundto
marl mod I'll make anything grow I Ihft"e. Simeon Mannley. Viiice listened very pinnacled deep-water rocks that just has beneath jagged -' protect money -my and future.I knew." he did. it to j I Lcyvi?:> Barber, Lorenzo Murguia, Club. Then a call went out to faced. ftwes* the _. '"

j ." I'I to the usual facts that he the surface. It's a dangerous plac. She.;shook out. the damp ends | Daughter to Carters i 1 I Fidclio Fernandez Nancy Watkins Sheriff Berlin A. Sawyer' who. C'ftIIw7'

: I already knew then held his -the path is always caving," ." of.her hair and Downed: at Vince.. 1 I I Morton Hall, Courtney with Deputy Sheriff William .
We've often watched sailors. breath frowning as the announcer's Julia swam almost as well as "don't know why I'm telling you !J Ji A seven pound fourteen ounce J I Sampson, Eric Schonblom George Archer, responded.
that ... Navy enlisted going J I crisp impersonal voice Vince. Her body in her flame- aU this.- : daughter was born at 9:19: p. m, i Calvery, Ed Overlin. Jay West Then they were instructed to IT'S DICK ERVIN
with their men went on"Long- colored suit flashed tMouf' h'the ; "You've been bottled up too I yesterday at the U. S. Naval hospital -!J I Alice Ezell, Carolyn Dawson surround the home of another
the street pocketbooks I
down I a colorful and powerful water like some fish, g'fJU do vou. d.: go ahead." J to Mrs. Barbara Carter, wife 1 Joyce Carnes. patrolman implicated in the ease.
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sticking out from under figure in the '
development of the When they'd had to spillover *
enough.they lay &
J now. he i ,, It was said that -the stolen ma-
of Marion N. Carter AOM3 NAS-' Either Smith June Yates Al- forATTORNEY
p their jackets. They have no outside I sugar cane industry, Simeon on the float smoking andwatcbbig Jhought. than speak too freely .
:: chines
Mannley when f Boca Chica. J Il lene' Spear June Johnson, PuI :; were hidden in this patrolman's
pockets, except in the jacket, was -self-made man. the sun-dappled water. i Johanson comes. He wanted i :,
which has one. His father was the son of the Earl 1 wish we could-stay here forever to warn her Jt ut realized it would- I I The little girl has. been named{1 i I mcla Russell. Ray Lones and ; home GENERAL
I of Witcham but was disowned following she said with feeling< n't be-fair to the investigator AN i'Joanne. t, ''** 4 :1?: ometJIerri k. ,' f fI |! According to the story told the
Now the Secretary of the Navy a notorious scanadl of the <"You wouldn't bar amescapistt., tervall ,the man was coming to i (- ,. ..' 1. :p I 'Charprdhcs-.' wc..rcMC5<.\mes '
hw approved of changes in the seventies. With Mary Graver of Vince towel solve a murder., '
ran hiS. -
a over. "hair. 1 ;
I Daughter to Darsts iAn j Horace O'Bryant, D. :
enlisted man's uniform. The newS an equally prominent London She eyed him frahkly.r' oexbat'l all there is. Vince." She : ''
dress blue uniforms will have family he eloped to the Islands wondering how I can be,'XoLlYrel foiled j -over on, her back and I eight pound daughter was >W. Keibel anCElla Johnson. j'WHAT HAVE I DONE
hip and slash side pocket The where he became a shipping clerk. emotional over this. aren't 'you? sh elded her eyes -"111 bet vou born.at 7:51 yesCe'rday ''ai'ler='j>!*- ii . p Ijec
Not long after the birth of their There's no use pretending Frn wish:yo .d never, heard of,ka- TO
will be : HELP
present butloned cuffs replaced noon at the U. S. Naval hospital }: ls Divorce
third in ?
son 1899 the couple meta sorry because Fm not. . 18niL t : j
by coat style sleeves. tragic death when on a holiday He tried to conceal his surprise. urhen rd'never have heard of to Margaret Darst. wife of Ken- )1 I A'
Of course, the enlisted man is Hawaii they ventured too close "Well you know the old saying, Julia mi Mannley." |, neth D. Darst MoMM, USS SaliI I petition seeking:: a divorce i I MY TOWN?
not to have pockets until later. to Kilauea's crater and a large Fate gives us our relatives S"That's' hardly just compensation i man. I{ waS filed yesterday in the office i For
I Until other regulations are issued. section of rock collapsed lunging Thank God we Can choose our for getting mixed-up in a I.I Imordtr. f The little girl has been named' of Circuit Court Clerk Ross C.I' Eight Years I conductc -
I Wont that behave somethin'-to them to their deaths. Simeon friends.*" ." t i J;-Karen Lee. .. Sawyer by Alice McKinley Florida Motor Lines Tours in Kry
enlisted' meji with pockets Mannley began his career . "That's the way it was with tyw about letting'me be the J I against Willard! Alfred McKinley. j! West I showed Thousands of
I A small repressed sound made us. Uncle Sim' and Aunt Sophie judge'.of that?" Tourists Places of Interest in
to combs, cigarettes money Vince | Son to Haynies I .
carry turn he ..
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never did of Something .
handkerchief*-even divorce papers radio. approve my father'smarriage. seemed to grow between I Hornet -fl Key West and gav.
My mother came of old them -a pleasant something A seven three
pt.und ounce son them th Highlights of Home
? "Terribly sorry. Julia-I didn't Cape Cod that left I my
stock good family but them staring at in1
was born this morning at 2:30:
know there. I j town'sarly history.
you were they weren't in Burkes peerage each othcr'in amazed silence: then
i? pt. Carl Hilton has ambitious "It's all right. suppose IT have She stared off toward a long the;,float began to toss from the the U. S. Naval hospital to Mrs.1 j My Father and I entertainer
I plans\ for the development to get used to it." For a moment logging raft that was making.slow wake of a passing motorboat. As Minnie Haynie. wife of : I frequently for charity. One such
of Hilton Haven the old FEC her eyes were far away her head progress under tow. .He eyes they sat up to watch. it rnade a Haynie, LTJG, ourasdevdet. entcmtsinnient was a Minstrel
tilted 1t.1
right of way out into one side of to catch as some though remote she were trying then were suddenly as hard as the ?sharp? turn and bore down on I tion Base. Showv.p gave for the benefit cJ
sound time-washed stones covering the them. Vmces warning shout came''I No name has been selected (
her Mercedes
Hospital. Every
Bight. Penny
Garrison glance returned
to him. beach. "Dad was devoted -to too late.. I .
I lie has ten lot*. each 100 feet -Vin<:e. I can't stand this gloomy Mother and knowing the way (T* b. daunted'htl.WIIP.UUflhlftflUmfdflhlIUflfthIIUUUlWUIk. the lithe boy as yet. j I Fill !i taken in was Given to the Hos

7 wide and 80 to 90 feet deep. _._-- - ----_. - _ I a- glass, to brimming, pital. Because of that charitableact
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t I Houses are to be built at the VOTERS, SAVE TIME" 1 I the Cuban Government gave:

I Haven which is restricted to the Nine Jayshees To: LATE BULLETINS ( . (Continued From Page OneJ I j me a lifelong privilege to vote lOt

' rumtructkm of fine single family (Continued From Page Ori4) I able to take care of all the vo. I the Directors of San Carlos In Richard W. ErvinCandidate
home or duplexes looking like Attend Convention killed and another is in Critical :: ters. I !! stitute.

\ one-family homes. condition as a result of I I It was pointed out that if it Since I was a boy I have work- for Attorney General
an ex I .
He has constructed a roadway Starting Thursday change of gunshots between j I' I requires an average of five minutes cd to Promote the interests of inv ExH| >rirnrr' l
... :.. running east and west on the Yugoslavian and Italian Tampa' Resident Here I to vote, that will be only 12 J .. Hometown and now. Assurine th .
north side of Haven The lots Nine Hntrr1].I' }Mrs; G. H. Harris, Tampa is votes an hour foe each machine. i Voters I am FULLY QUALIFIED (:a.w.,
units. I
The Yugoslays'haye
I will be on the couth side of the Jayshees and their hus- refused visiting Mrs. Benjamin Lopez Count the machines and count 1 I respectfully Request them to '. 1nq.wt4.1.
bands will attend the annual to give the tody of the
I con up . and her sister, Miss:. Rosetta i that and it will be seen .
land.Now vention of the Florida Junior Italian dead. average Then raise it to your lips. support me in my race lorConlalJle Your vote for Biek .... fc a
: he is going to dragline: a Chamber of Khowlcs! of this city. that only a small part of the contribution to food .......
Commerce, to be I i in the -
feet in length
channel about 1.300 voters can be accommodated un-1 i
tram the cut through the Bight held in Miami Beach. ; EVADES RUSSIANS :Visiting Parents In City less they remain in line long after :, s mI I Second District meal
that Registration will begin at 3 p. BERLIN_A chief of police in Mr. and Mrs. William Assort .
into the Gulf of Mexico, so the time set for the polls to' PULLER
persons with boats may anchor m. Thursday in the Atlantic hotel the western son of Germany Scranton, Pa., is visiting her close. Charles G. Papy I 8-C

them right at their property lines. convention headquarters. yesterday evaded capture by' the mother and father Mr. and Mrs. A pretty good solution to that I /

And fishing is right good out At present all Jaycee auxiliar- Russians when be look to his I i Benjamin Russell, 612 White trouble was given by an official. ,! U'xi.l I l-i.lill.-al ,Advertirnmt .-......".... ... ''', _-HI ,.., ..' . ....
los local Discussions will beheld tHe -.r ; ,
this are street. ----- Ii.berdlt .1' I"
Hilton 'automobile and until
here too. said Capt. kept going said: { -
week. "You get some nice on the proposed State Auxil- he reached the western zone of ELi I i
iaries. Temporary chairman is { TO HOLD 1949 1 I "Why vote for or against anybody I j i ii
the tide comes in He* mad .
catches when Germany. the flight you do not know? You
through the cut. Some nice Anna Delaney; Siddi Barroso the after being stopped and questioned (Continued On Page Eight) j! may. favor a man you would be Taste its creamy richnessIn ; SJI Sun and' Storm

catches.** secretary.Jayshees who will attend the in Russia's eastern zone. leaving Key West. Many of them against if you knew him. or oppose long, delicious sips! ; %() !
Wouldn't it be wonderful to Chief of police said 'that%e did had been here since Friday.: I I a man you would favor if ."C\ \VN1NGS
convention Mrs. Anna Delaney
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f own a lot out there, anchor your are not want to have the sam thing "We enjoyed our stay in Key : you knew him. Voting; merely j I
Siddi Barroso Marie Pin-
I boat In your back yard and just happen to him as occurred. his West, wonderfully well" said I I for a name whose owner you I'I'II j &u9aiu&; I
dcr Phillis Higgs. Mary Lewin,
L i tnss your hoe and get some lus- successor who was arrested in Talton. "Your people are so hospitable ; don't know, is ridiculous. .
rtou fish? Norma and Laurette Faraldo Pierce.TRANSJORDAN, Piedad. Archer, 1945 and has never been' heard I and the Elks of Key West II "Take the candidates for the When OPEN-1C* A Di*tine tire AamhtJ
0 ... ... 4.p treated Us beautifully." national committee ,
Democratic I wile
r% from since. d ,, CLOSED-1C* 4 Perfect Storm ShuHrr
It Is a matter of common occur- The parade today will attract in the first column on the ballot. CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET METAL
ance at present for city officialsto ARMY 'i KNUDSEN DEAD TODAY nearly half the Elks here. about I Probably not more than one Key GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST Oft HOT
receive "thank ).ou" letters (Continued r'om Page One) WASHINGTON. William S. 700 of them. It will proceed from I Wester in a hundred knows any Fmu>nea in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choke of Crtm

from strangers who have visited$ anon arrriiej and move into Palestine Knudsen., famed millionaire in. D val and United strets down I Jof them. If you know any of VlfAMlN' '0' t Monogram or Dxun

Key West for a Veek or longer << within the week.In dustrialist. died this morninq at Duval street to Caroline streetA them vote for them: if you don't ';O M OGI HI Z10 :MILK I Simple to Operate FHA Terms Model on Demonstration
who have attended conventions Tel-Aviv the Stern number of floats have been know of them why vote '-
or gang 4:48. Knudsen came to this country any Installed l>l>nC 614 GREENE ST.
or other gatherings. completed a daring million dollar 43 years ago as an immigrantfrom entered in the parade. I blindly Save time: let'- vote only TUNE IN StflUst VilUtt. Sttn.Xtrrimg I byWe're LEE DllUo. PHONE 4
Such letters have come recently robbery this morning. The i for the people we know or havei JACK CARSO.V .AA Cn
His I
Joseph Copenhagen. Denmark. era Unless a compromise is Ante*.Ttmttij 9X P.M, NBC Phone for FREE Estlmala
ddrecMd to Police Chief gangsters fled in two waiting i heard about enough to form an
rise in the automobile industry -------
'reached the union intends
today -
thanking him for having taxis. of them. -
Kemp handling was spectacular. In 1940 he was I' to strike possibly by the next J I opinion ___._ '
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of difficult situations. Lately The peninsula of Sinai belongsto appointed as industrial coordinator -'I day OTgr wage demands. One I
at a salary of $1 a year. Later hundred. fifty thousand engineers I
t I he .ha* received such.lettersfrom Egypt. I I I
I New York and Illinois. in the war, he was promoted to I II i firemen. etc. would be involved II
, from lieutenant-general from" his ci- in th* strike. The 30-daw coolingoff I
The New York one was
fun of callers
in the telling -
a man who wished to thank the1'UiK'e joined that it was a fine day. I'i vilian status. He had when been death Sill period demanded by law has II Fighting Your Enemies
more. than a year expired.
for giving him a courtesy f I

card for a traffic violation whil Charles Falk and William R. j came. .UlllUllllnnlllJlnQUl llllnn llllUIII IIIUlllllllUlIIlI.I .

the nun on*thanking from Illinois the was department from a Porter the only two West living Lodgeof char- i! RAILROADERS-MAY STRIKE Friends!Millions of them! Budweiser has made them and -,
ter members of Key is the "
for acting promptly on a call from Elks have lately been given I keptthembyfightingitsenemies..yourenemicstOOi.. ; )- -
the home of his mother who was life memberships by the organization last day for negotiations between I if you like fine beer. Night and day,

Mopping at a !local apartment. it became known duringthe the railroad owners and Work-the our technicians do an army-and-navy I .. -- -'
of Railroad .
It scrms gaud tu get some nice convention which will come i{ Brotherhood job of being on guard in the production I u, -. -

things said about the members to a close tonight. : of Budweiser, protecting it against a 7E$, ..
of the police department in view Recently the lodge also presented -i WOMENwho hundred and one things that could DRINK 1 ,
been -
III the tlam the cops have Ross district deputy
Peter J. 4qaIllj
: spoil the brew . broken barley that .
from politicians. life ,
getting for the lodge, with a feel : I Budweiser
membership. It is considered a won't sprout. :"wild yeast" and bacteria

It .as raining cats and dog.i at great honor, never to have to NERVOUScassed I in the air . mineral changes in I FOR FIVE DAYS .

the Key West Golf Club course pay for your membership."For rURNITUKHFINBHCD 11 I water. . uneven temperature. Yes I

SundayThe. telephone kept meritorious Service" by functional'mlddls-igsl I T your Budweiser is always the flame old I -
tinging. The callers wanted tolu.w reads the citation given by the Do suffer from hot flashes weak Budweiser-always pure, uniform and I On the sixth day
hard you _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
*if It was raining as lodge to Ross. And he descrvticredit. nerrous.Irritable clammy feeling*- / ENAMEL gratifying. I to drink a
*it .m Stuck bland ax it was in To Ross goes much of the due to the peculiar functional to women"middleage"period (33-52 y/USPAR sweet beerYou'

; tuwn. credit: for creating the Elks Lodgeat yre.t Then DO try Lydla E.Plnkham I I
Vegetable Compound to relieve surnsymptoms
Finally several ..f the men altli
It also hs what Doctor I
club roncrivfd tin idea of call: a atomachlc tonic affect! want the

telling the callers that it was not WMALPiHiuiAH'sssgaiiPINWORM T' dittinclivo. taste ofBwdwaiser Because of our Itf'e8tesp" n III ion pro&nHR,

raining at the'col( (coure thai Ptl'eliJt'JJL : .- ; thereafter more Budweiser is available m>w.ruaad n..
the sun WM shining brightly and
that several out play- I : I I "- I .. I it; wherever you go.
mcrt<< were blA.MJNS 111111,,.1 I ii. .mLi liii 'ILI.j.JjI
Ins right then. .. Let us help 'i_ ,:-' I___.. I

Many came to the course laden Twe Hay taaels .....1.! MYSTEIIY'ENDEQ you

S with found golfing it raining equipment.cats and They dogs ALL VITAMINS I pin-Worms have bee* cans!ia* trouble for I with your painting problems! : ii ,

They grinned and etuanal 10 hum** centuries and millions .of ?icU".1.yj.., !
sheepishly *ao* to be j 1 desperatelY sought a wS, to d I
.uumoa plu li"t .f>4 iroa i i pest that li.es inside the human body. I oJq Bu4we.iser
I : 1 Seieaee kas At last solved the proUem 'HOMEAPPLIANCE 1]
OH DRY 72s $7.59 -- It i.sow also knew that Pta.W ia-. i
28,'. 17.93GARDNER'S fiction spreads rapidly sad Can cause
ECZEMA-RASH ', i if egIeet.d.l So Iwware f.t that :
i ,j 1 .=drlIgrfrt J rectal. for ttrh.JATNI'S and act f-W at Askyour the TASTES LIKE BUDWEISER

EfI. ** the snotbng avid comfortmedlrattan e..t sum 01 Ph.-W_ PoW Is&.-die U
". a? Gray dnl- PHARMACY b _lid treatment biMd on an otlinallF
pa at .*... Pleasant antiseptics 1114 Division St. Cor. Varela apprs'ed drug p"ttiple. The i..gs.b'takep : PHONE 11 ANHEUSER-BUSCH. LOUIS I
a* to .etttB< rid of irritation. ?.W tabletS act la a specml way t*ttmoi9
PHONE 177 . FREE DELIVER' and .f.l7. UIII
i Pi..W easily SOS Simonton St. Key West:
ORAY'SOINTMENT: i i p n'ear?to remember m P'Wtor Fin-Worms I i
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