The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 29, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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Seizing the six slot machines allegedly
Border Inv Tie ....._I.'flI "IT..t former policemen and a shcrifffe dtp.*y. ,
ROHI1ERS ,............................_ ............................&.................... early Monday by four city ordered the arrest e4 Mw
County Solicitor Allan B. Cleare. Jr. today i \
CrimnUI Court will begin jury
Ready For Battle .p STRIKE ENDED club steward for illegal possession of the devices. 1 ;
trial. Including the trials of the. "
I'T.I..a-r... J .. ii' NEW YORK-The month-old This development followed closely upon the meettaf heM U t
four former city policcmnc and f I Post 21 of the American Yegtoa whms KM
29-An strike on the New York stock ex- night at Arthur Sawyer
CAIRO. Apral Iraq ar-
then fthrrif fa deputy charged with consisting of at least half of change of !950 financial employeswas membership voicing vigorous protests against the lack of ansNis
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taking the slot machine from ended when the union the Horn, appointed a
,'their components is reported today today connection with five burglaries at Legion
Elk Club. at 9:30 a.m. May 10. accepted1 the offer of the "BigBoard" : officials for' action.
on the border of Palestine committee of ten to caU upon ;
Judge Thomas S. Caro; of
with concerns. when the tea rear nN Mr r> aniiUcc -
ready to strike along troopsof The first call was this morning
Criminal Court announced the 'trans-Jordan. S)laa. i yoia, J ;s.1' ,'loto' I, visiting Sheriff Berlin A. Sawyer at the OMMIV CeMrttom i'
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of the this
fifNtting court morningafter I.EiP'pt I ITWO I CONSIDERING STRIKE .
he had drawn the names of at presence Palestine.though j PERSONS WERE KILLED and 31 were injured in the derailment of the Miami-Chicago;: i UAW executive and demanded immediate investigation of the burglaiMJ at Ik* -tub. i

75 riUrenx to serve on the juries.I rut Their is .still not serious menaceto powerj j, passenger 'train; "Sun Chaser." on curving track in 9 ravine near Adamsvillc. Ala. Tho locomotive :, DETKOITy-CIO board is meeting today to the last one of them early Mon-* I

"The large list of jurors is nee the Jews at present, because |I (arrow) lies at-the bottom of the steep embankment. On the side of the ravine- are six'overturned I consider: a trike against the i;day. '' lace directed two MM to carry
rrMwry for the trials of those of.the latter's control of the Mediterranean j cars. 'The train was operated by the Illinois Central railroad. : Chrysler corpoiation.: 75.000 UAW j Sheriff Sawyer promised every j : machines (runt tile eMi sad
rliarcrri with the theft of the coast. Tel Aviv and j i -;; -- ; members would, be involved in |cooperation in the investigation. I J place them. in his .......
Elks: Club truK-htne said JudceCam. Haifa are*in Jewish hands. Jaffa'' --- -- --- the strike, and 13 Chrysler: plants i illy promises to have a man forj, Cleare directed the m.......... to jLhe j-
There will undoubtedly is controlled"by'the Jews but unconfirmed t 1 ANNE DOUGHTRY AND :rwmwii1Tlilll' ;. i would (be affected. 'I'questioning: :; in connection with ; 'be placed m Me vnxH m the
be many jurors. excused for va- reports staled today I i Nameslf I I the burglaries of the Lesion office o< Circuit Cnxri Clrvk.
11.101 VTISiOn that a battle for that stronghold i CONSIDER; ANTILYNCHINGBILL | Home at the Court house late Ross C. Sawyer- 1'Iwftt...ry *,ill
The lit f.f juror follows: is"being: waged by the Arabs. f I this afternoon. be held until needed a* rvidrm*
William U. Je*er. Fermin VIdaL - The Holy City of Jerusalem is CHAS.' WALKER WILL BE j Men (:(llfs( ; I. A51l1NGTON"ite the ,.[ The Legion committee headed against the four former patrolmen -
<< Michael Leu, Shea. Samuel being spared by a Jewish and : fact that the Senate i i"", in recess. by George Allen Warren clan'menderelect and the fwecwi.I...*iv II'
J. Rrthri.. Eugene: A. SaiH'W.K. Arab agreement! arrived at a UN CouFusio"r ,: Senate committees are U day considering i of Arthur Sawyer the trials begmnmg My M M
Fowler Tracy f. Fairfield mecinin Lake Success, New CROWNED KING OUEEN ': J ; the controversial I 'Anli-; Post adjourned at noon today and Criminal 1 Court.
Wilbur G. Thnmpl lJl10 R. J. Bethrt York. :, Key Westers have stopped LynchinG bill. The bill would ;I promised to be on hand when the The rnachifw wwl vmliMllvbe
Evelio Sibila, Gttirco 1. Babrurk. Fifty Jews and Arabs were reported - "- him on the streets, others :; make-it a feiony bur those taking I{ man is brought in for qucblion- dispaed of by the CMtrt as
Carlton Smith. Charles P. killed in today's fighting i j i May Day Etcitt; To lie AIItayview have telephoned him about part in lynchings.: This is the issue i I-ins.. provided by ".." s..4 Clergy
the Elks burglary thinking State; are Accompanying:; Clearto the MM MM f.Jfc.. .*,
Ajcurru. S. Owrn Sawyer. Her. ; that the Southern i Then Cl* re is*
man M. Knight. Joseph D. Alton.Klny NAVAL I'ESSKIJSRETURNED I II '- t I'ark Tomorrow j"program with a prayer. Two that he was the Frank Curry- i! taking exception to in their !! Elk Club this morning wa Chief ing statement:
will herald the high rh0ol involved in the thefts Sheriff Moreno Wallace ..
Villatr. Arthur D. Curry. pages i"states rights declaration. Deputy "There ha .bw it* aMrmpt t I
Harry II. Roberts. Gene II it rd in.I I AFTERTRAINING ; Night Ou Softball_ t band. The color guards will car- I It' "I shall appreciate it if The I Krtinj: in behalf of Sheriff( Sawyer whitewash th* tiIIItt ttusrhsni
I, CRUISE; Citizen will say that tamFrank NEW JERSEY who was receiving the Ar- will aMewH* Vt
Edward T. Woodson.. Alexander ',- ry the -Amciican flag school [ CAMPAIGNS IN cases, nor aywhitcwa I
Field < L. Curry captain at Harold Stasscn 15i thur Sawyer Post committee at .4. thetree .b'ride b.
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Tnrbitt Eight Naval vessels five destroyers ; j flag; student council flag No.'I fire, station and' that "
Fred Key Charles Cullin donI. two destroyer escorts oil flag, and the band banner in mat.. 1 the Frank Curry who was arrested :i campaigning; in the gaidrn the time. me. t j
Wilbur J. HolunfeL Ray C. Bu- carrier. Jr::-Sr. High l Scl PTA SpringFestival .' the state's 35 convention ,i Wallace! arrested Arnwndo Ma- The I laws ol Ue State nl Tbda >i i .
and one aircraft carry- will beheld tomorrow formation.The is Frank H. Curry a votes while another Republican I U-hin. Sr.. club steward, on oiders will be enlorcrd \n the MIEvery .'" I (
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James E. Curry J. B. Sul officers and will be
Shea. total of 2,800 national
ing a tie I former policeman
at.73O; p. rn. at { Softball field, policeman or candidate Bob Taft campaignedin .1 of ClearThen, as Cleave took member of the Elks ( "n
livan. Carl A.Jordan, Charles W. men, returned to Key West Naval Park.. | sung, and the annex students: will ." Captain Curry said toe I ..
Bayyiew his home state of OhIO. where the numbers of the six slot machines vent ion Conunitlee. city uit. :
Collins. Bryon B. Parkhurst David Base today after a lengthy train v..-LeVinT-Welll will open' the I| form a circle.: day. t''Stassen has cnteied the forthcoming j j returned to the club, Wal- the police department and .,i
McCurdr. George II. Leistqr.," The King and Queen will be I Feet t j
Henry G. Cruz. W. M. Whitlcyi, -TtK'YeSsels will -remain here crowned by Harold Laubs>chcr "I'I.I'I.s'Sf1". :I primary. (Continued on Page MB I
Eugene A. Roberts. Frank W.c.tno over ,the weekend. On Monday MEDICAL 1 NURSING, AND r t secretary of the Chamber of Com- :! HAS PRESS CONFERENCE: I Matttti i i mm M PHONE mm mMm imimv 126_ __. j ]
Paul L. Archer Manuel they will leave port again forinngfher JOE
lour cruise. DENTAL SCHOL'' S *RE AMONG( Continued, .' On Page Six) . . RE-ELECT l I WASHINGTON President i OFFICE A&ALL
Continued On Pale )!. : training TICKET
._. '.+. .r..... y f ; : [Truman today toM repoI"tersbil' -' tasrHi 1 -
fLOHtDAS GRLA'lii BERLIN: A. 1 he had accepted the draft and universal i AIRLINES 1
; mflitary training blending : 2 A ::1

PULl SAWYERYOUR (Continued On Page Six) : Li\ PRICE TOURS
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4''' .' "t and He friendly will and continue cooperative to maintain rela- Combination Doors I Low Weekly Summer Rates : ...t"".__ ....... N 1 -

t For'ReElectionState COTE FOR I tkmj with the Military Person _at- Now m effect : TWINS CAKACh(; I
nel in this County.
STUUNK tnEnUn{ Kinr for Navy Personnel I !!=- It..... >*.- Iw

Attorney f' Aquilino HEAR, ,,,HIM rsI fur'' .'riC'.J 6:15,. WKWI.., TELEPHONE 816 CENTRAL HOTEL Opp.ii=:'s. Auto Repairs, ''.in';,,<<.

IU rlin .t Sa"" \- < i holly and Fender Wt.rk
With the, state.Colin English legislature as Governor will be Lopez, J Jr. -- -- --- -- -- _n _____ ____ ....&.. Amtm r.r.. !.* 4H C... r

PULL vigorously \ make funds
LEVER immediately .available for the forCircuit .HEAR! HEAR: HEAR: Kill' Palace Theater'
establishment' and jnaintenance, WILLARD M.' ..E1 . l
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MINCER has obtained convictions; in 35 within! Florda./ of medical nursing Judge s' W. C. (Sugar) SWEETING i I Monte Hale and Adrian Booth in ( ( t

capital ast. M* has never lost an import and dental schools. 'He favors; =s' Candidate for County ALBURYSUPERINTENDENT Firc.hnailCrNEWS 1 WILLARD) ,
GROUP 7 : "California:
ant case nor has he ever had a conviction state scholarships to needy and Commissioner.: First District .
and SHORTS54lILlttwit
upset by the Supreme Court. capable students. II Expr !i HiIMutforiu of :
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Owns His Home (FRIDAY. APRIL 301 1-vlltUw Art- 'r -. no. 11'J YOUNG MEN' LEVEHJ. : .:.:; - C > : ft f'
TOM 0. WATKINSPledges COLIN ENGLISH I ri" .a\ P..liiarar, ..Ac.r'in.. n'. 1I'a.. 'I I'., .r I. ., t.l> ., I

in This; Conn; Y OF 1 KEY WEST - -
His Utmost Endeavor For The GOVERNOR I Why :Not JOIN lliraluiinil 'f

Accomplishment. of the Following-: I At Th.Mar Ito Democratic PnmariutaH Vote for the man who earns hi? Hear Mrs. Eva Warner Gibson i Speak \ .; ) (;uaril NOW?' I Tom Waisonor

far by Li.d.ol Col.. CngtiihPULL money in Monroe County and You will be EXEMPT from I Ifcirulidtarr I

.Removal ef all tolls from Over ti 6-B 8. spends it in Monroe County. This Afternoon at 5:50 over WKWFIn Unircrsial Military Training : ; / (...irrMf"

MM Highway. (I-.HI. I' -II'" "I \1'' In' '''' Behalf of the Candidacy of AND the Selective: Service.

.Under BO circumstances provisions of will our I + ,. LEVER[ tor Our \uliinuil (*intrtl . l'Ll.l.! _- .r n.. 6.[

change city charter any without being ra- COLIN ENGLISH (>;(n\' 'nnr Gourds/ I/if IWcoImrrrrt LF:1: En"Q"
qUelled so to do by a majority s4 flf /
of our city commission or unless Listen Tonight 'Watch t 'Waison Win
ubmlttlag t LEVER 6-B Get IN NOW. Receive; your :
referendum < PULL
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Military Training .. . '
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mad a condition of any such I WKWF 7:00: P. M.k Paid ".II.MMf| rr!? 4irtl" -
changalRemoval: : .
of all state taxes from I I '

commercial gasoline used or by boats. ", I ; MARK WILCOX LIST EN Hear fl'

Substantial financial aid to ourcities. ; J
I! so far as mar be possible a TONIGHT .
without additional taxation. x I :', Former U. S. Congressman from this: District BERLIN A. SAWYER ,
Additional assistance to the 5:55VKWF
94 and blind as well a'
crippled and dependent chile. His Former Congressional Secretary Speak In His Behalf
.d.M..imu.leI eDo to schools aDd school teachers." WILLIAM I A. (BILL) \ for


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-i WHERE INFLATION BEGINS .C I S I S I S S I S I S S.S S S S S S S S S --._. -- - Your HoroscopeTHURSDAY
Hf 0 iky lifejst CKibomPublished I WILL YOU SMILE? LEGALSXAJIE : I II

Sunday by S j Radio Programs Key West In APRIL 2*
1J&nTbeep<< 1941-
I_ P. ARTAST. Owner ..d .....1..fc*. Paul H. Nystrom, professor of Market The. .Hard Way- ..S :.J&oTIdD1th.rTATtTBNOTICE ..iiri'riore. I Profouad m thought exprej ,
ne CUIsea Building ing at Columbia University recently gave . S the nadersUrvd.: is HEREBY ctel&rllIg GIVEN to engage that Days Gone By' m ** ch, fond fill borne and family I f

IiI' Corner Green and Ann StreetsOnly Mary, ag d five, was facing a In business under 'the .fictitious this peiMn will be much at-
Ually , Key West and the country some information which it may and name of "South. Seas," ell DBTSJ
I'I'I I'V ilonroe, County Daytime SummarySelected minor surgical operation Street. Key West, .Florida. Intend AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF tedtoandbyyOvngpeopIe. 'i

Florida second class matter not like, but which it must eventually take I I programs s. listed below 'I mother told her* "Be a brave little to rerUter said fictItious name with THE CITIZEN OF With a benevoient frame of mtnd. I
entered at Key West. as are broadcast at the tame time M_
girl and mama will get you a the Clerk ef the Circuit Court of the confidence 41.others will be I
day through Friday. Eastern local APRIL 29 1938
M KM HER OP THE ASSOCIATED! PBBSSTh to heart. "When a government issues mon- I time. For central subtract ens hear; nice kitten." Monrn IlatM* (April t.t Florida.K 104*. inspired .ao that he will be afactor '

'>. Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to for mountain sjubtract two beurs. Mother n.. (ocic n.rnm. IIV social life
close (
, "to*.. for reproduction of all news dispatches credited ey faster than goods and services are pro- I was sitting by in especially
Sole Owner.apr.s1a22l0lh4S.
Mo It or not otherwise credited In this paper and I when Mary came out of the ether. Last night a new service club about the firende There Is pin
duced have inflation he said. "When !
V ;also the local new. published here. you AntI 26 THROUGH APRIL 30 She leaned forward to catch the : for the city was born at a size- from relatives on account e(

StBSCRIPTIOV! RATES wages rise faster than production, you Morafe, '. oungster's first words. able group session of outstanding their regard for h good ....

Thi. Tear '10.10 likewise have inflation. The only new : -Honeymoon la N. Y.-nbc .I The child opened her eyes WAKE 0r.%PPI.1 IVTKXTIOXTO .'ATIO> business and professional mea lies, aad the native may rise to
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Three*IZ Months, Months ____ _. _ _ _ _- Lit thing have to learn from this infation .. Breakfast-Oklahoma. Clnfc Bomtdap-.beI grimaced weakly, and muttered. e'oft SI'ICI.. ...........6 H who met to form the Lions Chi -AId....# .
I __.___ 1... we <(<.PP'ibate La w 15221 of West.
:nt Month Ozark Va) ey _mbeIt0 -What a bum way to get a cat! rc ..D. irrTtm. rat vn Key S
-V. _kly .J' is that wage increases, unsupported by increases -Fred Wsrt.n Shew-sb "'DfiJo;. ....... ems .. ... ". Coral Islands and reefs are

V :-- ADVERTISING! RATES! t' 1. ,' in the production, are identical in My Music Story For Drama Too- -bs at* ..-.... TODAY'S STATE S e>5 V'WJ4O1eS4. .! 5ff$4 45'i: w .* 'Enlistments in the'Jlorida Division mainly formed of the skeleton of

: Made Known on Application W J -Hour of S.rtats-sbs ls re the Estate cC of the Women's Field Amy *?- carbonate of lime built ap by
: SPECIAL NOTICE principle tq; the issue of unregulated and Half Hoar ., S.rlai-cb' ANNIVERSARIESKaow PU'LINK )I. i'HLA:?(. i of the American Society mf organisms knwm as coral polyps.
fcay' It With ttuste-snbe I........
All reading notices cards of taaaka. resolutions unsecured paper money. Such wage increases ( America) the control of may jfe ,
.of respect obituary notices: poems, eta, will be nArtlull' Godfrey Show-<_ TO ALL WHOM 11' MAt CiNCKRVM.N : cancer
tt -charged for at the rate or 10 cents a lint will in the long run produce pre- Breakfast IB Hollywood-a be 1745-Oliver Ellsworth, 'Cotv'necticut : tir. Is hereby flvtn that 'au-. I made up to April 30 Cap tan, School told the Rotary Club
Notices for entertainment by churches from which tl:30-Bea Alexander Show-aba Uaw Teresa HwU (now laitltn: Plevrhtoitek Mrs. M. E. Berkowitz of the Field
., -a revenue Is to be derived are 5 cents a line. cisely the same: inflationary i effects." 11.45-Seriate S,* fcra,-cbs lawyer-patriot. U. S. has filed kr final report yesterday at thenweekly luncheon
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites U.- v $ as' .tlasinTwtria"sews ttSiaefltn Army here announced today. in St. Paul's Annex in observance
senator 3rd Chief 17 $
fJt evasion of public .lashesand subjects .ot local or. ".,The deterrents: : :
a of present Boys and
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general interest, but it will not publish anonymoacetniB 12:09-Welcome 'ravs1sr-abs 99, born at Windsor, Conn. Died deceased. ,b.t f> bee filed .
u n Icatlon.. many. Strikes a'r one. jSo are deliberate Kale Smith. Kpeaka-robs Nov. 26, 1807. J bet petltlo for fleet =' and Arriving in the city yesterdaywere Girls Week which ends tomor
: that eke Will apply t* Honorable. Chief William McKinley S
slowdowns, whereby workers just go 12.30 Words and Utute-abc j I 1820 Henry W. Allen lawyer Raymond R. tor*, {"to.nly'J Osceola Osceola. neph- .
Dally Band Concerts rnba and Cory
Confederate general Louisiana's ')lor,,. County.' F >r1d&. ..a tbs Slut -
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Ii : IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I through the motions and operate below I:00-hlusic Hal Hour-B so Civil War who saved day .f ;)Ia,... 154., for apprwvaV of ews of John Osceola who mad Today The Citizen says in an 1
VI -The governor, and f. dterlMtrweAdministratrix
t Happy Caor-rabs same r dual a8 of
: ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN any reasonable capacity. And so are abnormally 1:00-Four Boars of Serials-Bbe his State from possible devastation rwm testament an- the tribal justice" killing editorial paragraph:

short Queen tor a Day-mbs born in Prince Edward nexo ..f the estate af '''.Une ;MPhelan John Billy in the Everglades e "Experience is the best teacher
work work weeks
days.and .
d--i>r4. cc this 2Sth day month and was acquitted bya "
Z:30-BrId. Rod Groom ago it.
if profit by
Va. Died 22 1866. you
County April ofBrlI..
I 1. More Hotels and Apartments. which make it impossible to get enough *:00 Martin-Double Block or Nothing Records--cbs mbs 183O Adolph H. J. Sutro, California Pauline Tr.... Phobia white man's jury recently

2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. goods flowing into the hands of the public.No Ladles Be Seated-abc prospector and mining engineer eiitate Administratrix of laallae e.t-a.)I. Phelan.of the With the two Seminole Indiansis

: 3. Airports-Land and Sea. 'JO-The House Party cbs San Francisco mayor and derra.ert.J O B. White who is their at-
intelligent man wants to deprive 'TTAILITS
Paul Wblteman Records-aba .
) T Porter IV.Attorney torney.
4. Consolidation of County and bibliophile born Germany.Died .
labor of its just gains. The highest attain- 40-:Hint Hunt Qul -cbs for Administratrixl a\fl\
City Governments. 4 JO-Winner Take All-cbs Aug. 8, 1898.1841Edward ;snayS13.2,1940 I
able for all has Treasury Band btand-ate R. University I There was a political rally
5. Community Auditorium. degree of prosperity always Sill _ _ _
1OO-ScbOQlet the Air-cbs California professor noted l\ TAft riHCltT Cwl ItT OF TIIK I held last night at Tavermer
1' .. been the American goal and it always will Kiddies later)-Hour abc and<( Or THR STATE OP" FLORII>%.
.. be. But, to quote Dr. Nystrom again, the :45-Lam and Abner-cbx-cast Windsor, Conn. Died Feb. 27- S lM. FOR MO'HOK roiT"\. I dred persons in attendance heard ::i:1: : ;: 551*

* surest way to dissipate the strength of this 1887. 1, rH."CRR1"' .. I Many speakers were orthe
l ( a5 > % 11-34
) MONOGRAPH% country would be through "the debasement 1860-Lorado Taft, famed Chicago LEO t>AVII PATTF.R o-:-'-. I program.

NETWORK PROGRAMSEastern sculptor, born in EJmwood, ... .Pl& liff. .aSISnilaImul1nunmuthu0nbaii1
t : To the Voters: of purchasing power and by the restriction Local Time. For central IlL Died Oct. 30, 1936. : ",, I I ;t-l..ttf1". .5 IUXORCK i Three hundred and eighty tur

; The Citizen does not :endorse *the 'of production,' energies. subtract subtract two one hours.hour,Some for mountain local st.. J 1877-Thontas A....fDorMB:: I Iradi t 1 '; : :,I-:(; R .I ties from the Keys off brought the coast ir
i. :: reidant. of Nicaragua were
; :
noted Wr1td.
candidacy of any candidate .for public every worker, whether he is employ. tions local schedules.change hour Last of minute relay to pre-fit ( cartoonist sports borntra!; I i .. .R OF HMCTIO\. ,Wednesday morning by the British -
his day, , ap, 'TnHt: !!:" I.-i. .. yjL4qalt'J
: office. It leaves that privilege to the intelligence ed in agriculture, manufacturing retail gram changes cannot be inclu4l.ct. I Francisco. Died May 2, 1929. i Helen ArgetxinKer Patterwnlo I schooner A. ?t. Adams. Cap

, 'lrlO.! P. J. Anretpiniter.M tain Al E. Banks, and placed in
of the electorate. ing, or anywhere else can help fight infla- I .
: THUXSDAY APRIL 29 Emerson Street Fish
I the crawls of the Thompson
I. the municipal .. .
Of 800.000 tfire -
FairmonV Wf t Virginia.
; THE ORACLE. tion by doing the best job of production which them '
i Evening; fighter in America only one out 1o' arteTieceby rtlf1'lirM to appearto Company, purchased .(
: f 09-Xews Report 1$ Mln.-nbs I I' the Kill ..f ComplaInt for IMvnrre
possible. That is essential if standardsof full-time
our of professional
.' Newscast Every Day-cbs eight is a in the above. styled' raon on or before -
. living are to be preserved. Network Silent Hour-abC'tasv fireman the rest being ",volun. the 31st day of May. A O. 1948oth Spuad of ten golfers from the
HUdies Hour (repeat)-abc-wel teers. ... .1'r .y>*il e the allegation. therein Key West Golf Association will
pI BUSINESS DOESN'T POLICE ITSELF etwork :Silent (1 hr,)-nibs-east will b.. taken a" confessed attempt to make it two in a row
Kiddies Hour (repeatnmbs.wsst8:15Sports :: This Order i I" to fee published once
i Comunications, sent to The Citizen for : :Music Time-nbo One theory accounting for the f a week for four consecutive. weeks" over Miami Biltmore team to- FURNITURE riiiS
or Men and books-cbs I. The Krrr (Citizen a newspaper afternoon and Sunan
morrow :
: Senator Raymond E. Baldwin, of Con- publication, should be brief and to the '.30-Chicago Orchestra-cbs-east Pacific is that this vast depres-left I published in Key \\"* Flori morning on the Biltmore course RlflNBHiD WITH
the earth's crust was da.
Lum and Abner repeat cbs-w ti sion
: serious point. Our is limited and lassie and Ordered this ZSIh! discussions
I necticut, says that "the most prob- space long :4 -:Newscast by Three nbc when the semi-liquid moon was ".\prll. .A. P 1548 Captain yAlSPAR EHAMU.

: lem oi the American people is still the are rarely printed. 7OO-Supp.r Lowell Thomas Club-nbc-baslo(repeat 11)-cbs torn from the earth-mass. Clerk Ross C of Sawyer.the Circuit Court nounces.

: question of high prices and inflation." The News Ueulah and Commentary:Show-cbs '-a be :Monroe Cminty. Florida:-: Much talk has been made recently -
Kathleen Nottacet '
I The legislator warned a manufacturers FLIES TO U. S., FLIES HOMEA Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs S >.- > lerk. about the crawfish hatch-
7:1 i-:News and Comment-nbo
(SEAL but th
1 West to
that "unless business polices Jack Smith and bong cbs '' ery
group NOTU K TO Hr.IHTOH. :J T Porter been
there has nothing
Dallyommenlaryabc: present
: itself" Congress may be asked to limit profit 61-year-old piano tuner of England sews Dinner Date-mbs IN IN TIll.%>!t)'01 FOR NT1 MOMtUK Jl .utaot'RT!<'OINTt. I Solicitor for l'talntlff.aprfSmaytll2S.1045.' :! evident as to the start of adIV"I I

I- : He said that management has a responsibility provided the reporters of New York witha 7.30-Bob Dance Cro by'Orchestra. Club--cbs nbe t1.Oltll.t. IN PROIIITK.In ties, so B. Curry Moreno in
Henry Morgan repeat S:30)-aba re Ksiate ntC.'RRiB l\- ; THE CinrilT ("IIIRT OF TIlE of WPA work .k,'d
I charge was a
:: to restrain itself from taking human interest story when he arrived at Child'e World-abc-west U OLMSTKD. i n.K\'KNTII Ji mri4i. inn n Let us help yW
Sews Broadcast-mbs I ecea! advantage of present conditions. an airport in the metropolis the other day. T.4 -Hark ness Comment-nbaEd all creditori and all person 1 > "n FOR WO>R IK ('411 NTl ,". gotten in operation. ,
demand again .
having olaimv or I \ ( H '>'.rKRl. with your painting problems
:1;: We are inclined to agree with both John Plenty was on his way to Australia Sports Burrow Comment itews--mbsI cbs the. e,tat. of Carrie U OlmUed.Deceased ,.. : >.. II-O4I
late ..f the Clt of Keest :-.: kAPETIVA.: The luscious tamarind I
:: of the observations made ,by this Senator. where a friend had offered to set him up :00-Hesry Aldrich Family-nbo \\ Monroe Count. Staid of JrnF. Plaintiff tangy -
F.B.I. in Peace & War-cbs: Florida r I S nOICCF.f.n.l"nt. 13 ripe now; Tourists to Key I
; Nevertheless, we think it is practically in the piano-tuning business. He plannedto Candid Queen Microphone-abc-west(rep'110)-aBOKllrry Tou.andeachof uar., hereby notified .f.LORIHll.ft. L.XPETIVA: West during the winter: month HOMEAPPLIANCE

hopeless to expect business: to police Itself establish himself and send for his wife Andy Runsell KeTUe-mbs or demand and required which, file or all either claim of ORI1FR OF PHl.HTiO'Tn \ never have the opportunity of

who ':15-Moris Baetp-ouJut-mba you. jna have fccainsl,: the e! S tasting many of the tropical *
or to look forward with any degree of I remained behind at their home. '.30-Burns Allen-nbc ,Carrie L.,Olmsted' deceased late 'tiforia Mill Lapellna. fruits bearing in the spring here.
)II' Keen's Dr&llla-ell. ..f the CHS' nf Key \Vcnt. Monroe lIj14lsfisJpha Hill.
a. confidence to the exercise of restraint by i Passing through the customs, the inspector Fllery Queen-at>c-basic Count tate nf Florida. In thd of- N,PiS)3.te.! Htroet.

: asked if he S Backus Talent Hunt-mbs .-.. of the. ('.mont, Judge ..f Moproe J : [X'Viricinlajjeby "School environment is most
management in connection with present opportuoitics -* : was traveling alone. ':55-Fire Minutes N.wa-cba: ('..unty..Florida, In the Court Hou!'* required lap- the ', )'110111: ; i iI
iT \ Billy Rose Comment-mbst Florida the of for important in early grades. S
This Complaint
said Mr. of said County at Keyest peafcjtb
I E to make profits.. g $ Plenty, made him realize :80-Music Han. Al Jolson-nbo within eight calendar months drv..rinf filed against you In the. Professor Horace OBryant prin-j I I665 Simoaten St. Key W.s
I governmentalinterference } that "I was indeed alone." He decided Dick Hsymes Variety-cbs from the time of the firM publication ab**( Jrentltled gauss on the I7thlaytef of Monroe High
do cipal County
While '
iI a we not Willie Piper Skit-abc of this notice, to-wit. Apn| l>, .. :Mav A. IX 194%!. otherwise ... __ !. .HIIIIIII 1"1111 . I
: with business, we are frank that he was too old for the projected trip, Gabriel Heatter Comment-mb. A. l). un. Said claim or demand U.-a".gatJn"- said Hill will fcetahfh
and contain the confessed.TtiA 44uaiIj -
'.IS-News- Broadcast-mbs shall he in writing : a.
. : to admit that we prefer it to some of the made up his mind in a hurry and imme- '.30-Village Store nbc-basic place of reidence and po"t officeartdre's the 15th day of April A. T).
and shall) hesworn I 04 .:
of the
Clime Photographer:
Ti evils of unrestrained profit-taking. If the diately asked for return passage to Eng- To Be Announced-abc: to by the claimant. his agent ..' floss C 5 Sawyer, i Rom where I sit & Joe Marsh
RFD America Quiz-mbs or attorneAny >. "6 jrierk of the Circuit Court I ...
: nation is now confronted with a question land. 10-00-Bob Hawk Quiz-nbe such claim oT demand not \c.'J;of By: Kathleen Not t a ire. )
... .. Magazine TheatercbsChilds so filed within the time and in the ?f eputy Clerk
that passes! others in importance, in con- We do not know how much money World-abc-east manner prescribe herein hall l.e CirtCflT.. COt'RT SEAL; )
Theater mbs void.thIrd. JUI.Il'S F. STONE. JU..
family -
I nection with the threat of higher prices Mr. Plenty expected to make in Australia, 10:30-Eddie Cantor Show-nbo at Kevest.. Florida this Solicitor for Plaintiff. Sam's Hens
. .li-II 19 mart,1 4*
14th day of April A I> 1545. apr : a
and inflation we suggest to Senator Baldwin but we are inclined to agree with his conclusion To First Be lighter Announced Play--abc <<
;, and all other Members of Congress, that he should have done his travel- 10:45-Earl Dance Godwin:Music-Talkaba11:00Sews mbs and As E Testament'ecntor of.>the f .Carrie Last Will I.. I (.U I-t XOTICK Probate TO Act CRFOITOH Vec... 11*. 1201i Wear Spectacles ;

that they take such legislative action as!' ing twenty years ago. : Variety' S bra.-nbe . Lancelot I kn..l..d.Lester It..a..l..J. > THE. "'O"'T'1'Df ir* < ot'RT..
New*. Variety. Dance :2 hrs.-cbs !> %M> FOR MOMtOK COIT1.rl.f
,I "fn their opinion, will be likely to protect'the News. slid Dance Band abcNew andOphelia T. Letter In HII>,. IN PROBITB. Yes it'. a fact! Sam's brood of do so Kaefc *f Hie .1... w('. Hv.
re Estate of
; ; Dance Band Z JarLmb.1Z .
.J public. It begins to look like 1948 will be a : -Dancing Continued-abc-west Attorneys. for .ExecutoraprlS-25..29:may*,1J4SIN ABRAHAM ROT>>ecea.\CKI ....., two dozen-which hens he are bought.wearing from spectacles and kt live i* r*.*e4.ct.FFM .
I political year of extraordinary interest. TO ALL- CRnr/iToRs ANT:-': ) PERSONS wfcare I .*. ta. IMMMB
I ; TUB' ( 01 NT1 J..ltt...:' till RT. :-,: HAVINO:-': CI.*1M>* OR mail-order house in Capitol City. .
RECESSION RECEDES TODAY IN HISTORYKnow lMl I-OR "0"1101'ot "T5. l'EMANIbf: AH.UST1D:-': CS- race wastes a ,.*..,*. 1st fit IUMta

I :STTIOF' ILOR lift.IN T\TE: Sam says it works (and big trraaclaw FM.> ...... .iMMM ..
J REVEALING, NOT MAKING THEM ( America) Too and each of ma are hereby
Hit Oil A TKI
:: I I''In .. i notified and required to presentan poultry raisers say so, too). The _whether m.* ....%.. drink hew
I All threats of business recession thisrar 1639-Newport, R I. founded. re BetaS of -talma l demands whichairainM hens each other
a iLtlris II. TiIbMS4)N.: : I < an< see through soft oretefer...--*-.n I'mljt ..

'II'Ig g : have been averted by enactment of Dr. Harlowe Shapley, director of the keeps 1802-Politics the U. S. Supreme in Congress Court I' TO HHIITOK I DeceasedNOTICR I you. or the either estate'nf you of .Abraham\ may' have Kodack. colored passes and instead of *... sfoete MT skirts i . i..*44.fos

and all .l'.rsonhaving deceased late of said County, fighting and picking at each other, .....uae.de_ ... .. .. .
;'the European Recovery Program tax reduction Harvard University Observatory, says that from sitting for 14 months by To all Claim reditor emaml against* to the County Judire of Monroe .. ..... ...

I and increased the activities of the postponing the term. t the Estate ..f tladys or II. County. Florida. at his office in the they go around placidly gain tss of ...s-s. t... ......
: military spending, House Committee on CaneS House of said County at KeyVest .
lecease Thf.m"On"j weight, and lay more eggs. .. lrr-.n MtlieCopjntkt .
: ....
\ Florida within eUnt calendar
1854-First American Chinese -
1I according to the findings of the Mouthly\ Un-American Activities is making "civic Ton and ei--h ofow. .
paper, The Golden Hill News notified and quired to prevent any' I month from the; of the Makes me almost wish we could kge4 fit .iess.

'Survey of the American Federation of La- cowards" of many citizens. i issued in San Francisco. ilaini.or demand hlo'h v.-u. or ,I first Each. publication claim or demand of this shall Notice be in have rose-colored glasses for h.-

;; ;bor. We know what the either .f ton ma' hate. against theE writing and shall state the place man beings too. So that instead ofquarreling (],., ...
doctor line
means by 1874-First pipe company, ::te of iiauII Thomson sis .r"residence and post "ff14ad-
1I T_ Pointing out that the three developments his statement, but it should be corrected i to send oil from, the oil fieldsto
the Atlantic seaboard, incorporated County Ju,lice. in and' r :Monroe ..
] arr: t. or his attorney. and any such
: to read that the
I means $11,500,000,000 in new busilles. activities complained of Cuuntt. Florida. at hisi officein claim or demand not .., filed shall

:- 4I for American concerns the publication are showing the cowardice of citi 1894-"Gen." Coxey leads% 20.- the County' l Vnrt Ilou.. of" M,. be rotdsd mg. UMM SIMM *.**. f,........
J some rf.f ('..unl\. Florida within eIght << ) tnv RonxcK ".\PL.S.As : .
JI' takes cognizance of the threat of higherprices zens. Obviously the fear of individuals to 000 unemployed into Washingtonin calendar ,month from the date "of_ Ktecutrix of the LaM Will --- --- --- -- - -- hereof Said
historic "march". the first i> ati.m : and Testament of Abraham

., but suggests that they should be speak, regardless of what the Committeedoes 1919-17 bombs addressed to claims InK and or contain demands the hall place be in of writ-residence I Rodack' : .ieeeascd.apr.l121I0.1048.. .

met by "voluntary action." This is practically is the result of a latent cowardice.Dr. prominent Americans found in I and pot office address of the I
ilaim.nt and shall Ixworn to by
the mails. 1T..t- ; : CIHCr? COl IIT OF THK
. S equivalent to suggesting that they Shapley thinks that the "smear the claimant hi* agent or attorneyAll FIRIFNTH JIIHCIIL. fllt -llTF
1920-The U. S. Attorney- .
i I such laim or demand not ( TIlE STATS: OF FM>HIU'.
f not be met. and publicity tactics"of the Committee General discloses plot to Kill filed l within the time and in Ihemann..r IN; AND FOR "O*ROt LOl NT1.IN -.
herein shall lie
The which damns citizens high Federal officials as part of precrihe ('If."C.R'1.
survey suggests that the voluntary because of their as- tout *. 11TITMARGARET '
I should sociates May Day celebration in behalfof lilted the 2l"t day of ..rll. A. ItIMS l_ L.. MCKI.:-': ;: Spoing leek
include is "the
program more produc- most depraved of perse- Plaintiff.
I tion peace. t""d i John \ '. Thomon v... Un'ORCa.U"TIO; %" wdh 9pm. Isa
worker cution ,
per larger investment in techniques. We France fund ?
U. S. 1926 to
. thoroughly agree arranges 4"il> Julius . Mone. Jr. HEN:-': AWMCKI.:-':
Savings' bonds her American debts .\. K\e..ut..r* of the Last rvfendint.OIIUKlt .
I and action by the Government with this declaration, having said so be- war over a \\111 and Testament .,f OF PIBLU4TION ':;i-: Seine te I4e

S to fore but there period of 62: yearS.1941German itti sty* II. Thomson (Scrrasel. TO: .
prevent undue increase is
in the not much to be said for long-range guns l. Ben Lawnickl.19I2W *

i money supply and credit. Unions are advised the character or courage of an individualwho shell England from across the apr.-5may.s-lL121S.: : Cleveland Wilbur Ohio.Avenue I;

to seek wage increases without accompanying fears to be charitable or neighborly ChanneL IN TIlE CIR4.I IT <'01 RT OF. TUBKIKAKNTII Tou are hereby required to appear I II :
1943-Prestdent Roosevelt to the Bill of Complaint. fordivorc .
JIIH4IL < 1 lilt IT
price rises. because of the possibility of criticism. I in the above styled cause
1 wires John L- Lewis that if miners "I" Tin MTATi: Ill' FI4IHIIIt. .
on the 8th day' of May. A. l> 1S4S.otherwise .
did not return to work by tiittstis.l's': the allegations therein:

BLESSING May 1, . e >.. ll-fM will be taken a" confred. .
THE trade ,
WHALES if it ever returns to nor- This order to be published once a
tI'IIIII.I.ISOS:-: : SV.5Ii.;, .
1944 Allied ,. .
-Some 2,000 planes .
__ week: for four <-on e(ntire weeks in
i mal should be a blessing to all peoples. blast Berlin. IMaintiffv : the Key West Citizen a newspaperpublished

A news item calls attention to the fact 1945-The U. S. Seventh Army : .LE! MAE "-.-\r,'E. in4tnrRKVTFI ,i I Oon and in Ordered Keye"this t. Florida 7th day of ,

: that Japanese whalers recently chanted in "SERIOUS" planes blast Berlin. It, fendantORIH April \. It 1944.! I

n Buddhist temple in an effort to .make 194* The U. S. Seventh Army TO; .' ) Roi: C Saw; >er,. I fre :ecu1 -
enters Munich. :Mae A\ade Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
for "the souls of whales !,:3' II Mreet. :NA-.: .. Monroe County Florida l .
prayers 1,321 Alf M. Landon 1947-The United States
former Governor of opposes \\AshinKton I>. C By': Kathleen NoOsge, 'pa4nooh. .
caught last winter. Kansas and Republican Arab propose 1 on Palestine: YIOU are hereby required to appearto Deputy Clerk j' ,
candidate for Pres mdependance as Russia supportsit the Hill for ti..rcs filed against ThOMAS ('.\RO. j pegoo -
The average American will smile ident in 1936, thinks that the I vou In the above styled eeoc.n orl Solicitor for the plaintiff >, i.e
the U.
N. e
Republican in It
l>eff rc the :24th day of ;May. A. 'I. apr.8-12-22-2S.1948 *! pae
: somewhat condescendingly his Convention I 1515. otherwise the allegations containeil t !
upon expression in its search for a candidate .. SHwcme.tie.evw '
*aiwl. -
therein will I.e taken
of the faith that Japanese enter- will be governed largely by the world situation The U. S. Navy's only "grogtub" fessed as .n-I ATHLETES FOOT GERM ;, S ftWoee Oem 9.... -;
is at the Naval Academy, r-ONE: AND: ORV)ERFn at K.1. .
2Jain.: Nevertheless, we should not over- which is serious." S Annapolis, Maryland. An exhibitat \\ .." Florida thl list day of April 5C'IftC't'lT KILL IT IN ONE HOUR. ;, - I
look the fact that in this country, it is not Mr. Landon says that an "explosion"is the Academy's Museum it is A.( I' ,4'1. COl'RT SEAL) YOUR 35c BACK : OKBUtUf AN. CO \

unusual to bless a present from HMS Frobisher, Ross C lawyer If not pleased The germ grow i
:... inanimate objects as possible within perhaps sixty days and British training ship in Clerk of Circuit Conrt. I.F.EPL1. To kill It. yon must Corner of SIMO.YTON: and rLMIINf.
appreciation Hv: (*.i) Anne C. I....nKworth.Iiieputy" Srm
.4Hiildings ships REACH It. Cet TE:-OL at any drugstore
and other adds
contrivances "different times call for different of the welcome given the Clerk A STRONG:-': fund"' ''.. made I
of man. men." English sailors on a week's visitto Enrigue Equinaldo. JrAttorney ., with SB'i alcohol it PENETRATES.: PHONES 1560 and ]1561p.
for Plaintiff Reaches More Uerms.tLkftPNERS .
-_- Annapolis. 1 : }<-lJlS4S. : PHARUACT. ...... .............4...... ...
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..THURSDAY.. .__'-APRIL' 29, 1948 . '!'..... ,.._..... :.. ,-i 1. .:-THE"""*-. ,KEY._.-> .T ,WEST s i.-c' .CITIZEN...:.::..: .. .o . .- .PAGE. .THREE... r .. ." -... 't.\. ........-..'....,......-;...;,,,._..'J. .. .. '. PAGE FIVESpecialty .....
( JobsOpen __ t 'i' The United SI 1as
I < tman's Club To A t eper" ring.a sort of guard
l ring:, was worn by colonial wives supplies Panama with asst II
In Army st I)alit Meeting; I because of a superstition that per cent of her .isprlatsd. f
SOUTHERNMOSTCITYPHOtlf held the loss of a wedding ring takes some 85 per cent' of h.r
It was announced today 1 by ey West Woman's Club will meant the loss of a husband. exports.
nrtam Headquarters Third Army that pone their regular monthly _.._. _._. -- .-.-------
tljnal critical Military Oteupa'lyph'laltica ting until the following Tucs-
tt r veterans; who have are at now one open time I May llth, because: of thee ELECTI I f r
!wId i the** specialty titles.: fen PHARMACY Inc.PHONE and County election on May|'d in taming into the Ar- 199 At that time the new officers I II
try under the provisions of these _' tie club will be installed. I I HARRY H. JOHNSON
d'rertly MOS stignroeali.the will be sent I Dinal) mill) Fleming Ss.| PRESCRIPT.ON. 1 I DRUGGISTS I KeyV(':.t, Florid; b very interesting program has I
to 1
station where that 1 planned says Mrs. Navarro i !
vacancy Existing exbts.< !' .. _< I FREE DELIVERY? SERVICE I :aJIolhers president. I
OfM-n at Fort now are: Honest . Efficient, . Experienced
Renninfc Gx; Fort as Cruz Reps", TN; William Rer { ,
rale.( N, C.; Camo Gordon Ga.;I Jrn ET3, and Mona Fields. j
Fat Jarknon. S. C. : I 29C
: Atlanta On Pull Lever
nance D -pot. Atlanta. Ga. and' .
liuntsvilto.. Arterial. -
AUDorothy. HuntsMlJ -iftI O'aM P..litra. Ari\t by Krirntl t
1 aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiuiuiimiiiiiniiitiiimiiiii. ( ( (.......... two-J h_ .
PcntlerStarts > Mother'sDay

Rcviwu' !I Day IsSunday IsSundfty -e--- :: Heart !

Rev'. J. W RirketU. pastor of : a s ,

old-fashioned tlrrrt the Churth announced of ievi\al 909 that Angel an: ;I May 9th . May 9th
is being;
ownlurted WeM Palm by Deach.Dorothy at his Ponder chart or f . IA t iiJ BOB GIVENS

Two hundred eleven I; MOTHER . AUERIC.4'S.FIRSr. .LADY ig the camli'JaU'irho trill wcei* tl country I

, :.ervinir< in 4S state Women l legistatu j SllIlaylay; 9th .' .Old'.or.rimn sIp i* Mm", to millions cnilmilliftn
ss in the United
States. 1 tier Key jester)
I 'jrill remember her icith Gift!
: JOINT RECITAL : % I The entire state of Florida Candidate; for

At V.F.W.STREET HullWHlTEirCAU J'Mja' 'JCJI" I.l- :E..: ...! E at" ; I. mil lave guiding continue educational improved hand to progress more system our than schools as Under any haslet CIRCUIT GROUP ONE JUDGE i tsit

TU. UIIT.; :'tillh! n'ClorkALBURYandSON I : n the nation during the past .
--- ; : ":.i::;;; .. 'rtw years. orer

I t 1 j jI I Yes, Mothers of Every:AgeVYouhgVand: .'Middle Aged and Grandmothers, TOJ.btliflJ : Florida For,the vote best for interests and of all WKWFCOLIN


w.Kind Specialist el Keen 1D.Signs AU I.IIO\E I: GTFfS ENGLISH P M
and Ufhtiag Stripping ba.11& 1 ; : GOVERNORAt 5:55: .

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PAIRING old -tone "Scenttnel" .the jewel-like .. ': ;; ;
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Free Estimates On All Jobs I this Governors race, one thing is clear. Fuller Warrenis

Cumplrtr: llVTItllOOM 1 Set! 1' the man who knows the people and their problems. He
uh.l K1TCHKN: 89 ) 1'i i is one of the people. He started to work at the age of 8. He
,. I\K:' . . . .,.-Suo I I ;::: i worked his way through school. He bore arms for his coun-
(CAST IRON ENAMEL) II L I try. He is endowed by nature with a truly friendly disposition
I .1 % of the of the
and a keen understanding problems peo-
t CumplrtpWAT ) > S475n ple. Everywhere you go, people know Fuller and call him
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1''s Cast Iron Enamel I II

I Tims J! Slloon) LI with your own Initials .. put oiat I Yes Fuller Warren is your best positive and practical plan to reduce
.. o Frrl \j the counter in just a few seconds choice for the big job of Governor. the cost of government, to
..) Cut Iron Enamel : He knows the problems of the assist the farmers businessmen
/ (n..r.-.I S l50U.I. Y +) MHr r t 4 golden.' color combinations counties large and email: of the and Florida industry. When Fuller
I' IIIHS . . i block and gold. ash te and gold cities and the towns. He has a Warren is your Governor you can
/ depend on it your state govern-
;... SIIOWKKSTOLLS: ; It red and gold and two toned
85500 ment will be more of a blessing
... . . . j jJ fps. e 9 .; -X gold-each resembling o rue and less of a burden!
COMPLETE: WITH CURTAIN j t. S piKe of fine |jewelry...with

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I Cast Iron Enamel and I
All Size of Water Healers I (Political, air,paid for by trends of Fwll.r Warren)

v') Copper.CAS Cast and Iron ELECTRIC and Galvanized} I I ILA PHONE Everything In The Drug Line PHONE I .

"PIPES: aril FITTINGS: I 199 199 Et PULL LEVER 6-B

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I PAGE.V. SIX .. ., ", THE KEY WEST CITIZEN .. ", '" a'iit!, p<\r, "PIIL! 29. 1W8: .1.1'l

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Held .nmnmuminnnnnminiiwumurouuulnam: .aiuhalnauamrtmmmmuImmmnam.! !{ 1! Held For r -TODAY'S' BIRTHDAYS -_ --- -- deniedAn Crompton [Barry J that he saw no reason for ailowing _ :
. 'l 1 What's Doingat N. .c.s. I i I (Know America) (Continued room Page th han&e."He reasoned kt.
Ii { William as a compromise.' He 1 : A pedlies aeelli .l a
Randolph Hearst publisher done
For Auto TheftKenneth 'Communists had
the that the .
102 Duval Street i t111111g
: i i Stealing Car born in.San Francisco 85 that Chairman of the I nothing under their and filed yesterday ill tAe
I name
f ARMED SERVICES I DEFENSE FORCES j 1 1t i i I Ii I years ago.Raymond Power 'Commission now wanted to cloak .their deceitful 'at Circuit OMttChfk_ C.
.t I S. should be confirmed by \ Sawyer*y I** *d Paueneen
Crompton 23 who Y.M.C.A. PROGRAM ;I George Barry was arrested by McKeough mem- actions under a lead: pub .
lives' in Amelia street here was i i' Jackson Square. Whitehead "IIIIMrIIIIIIUlIfU} IJIlllftftllllmUUItIUIIfIIJUJIUIUII Chief Deputy Sheriff Moreno ber of the U.;Maritime Commission I ate /schedule./ He lie-despised name. I against Hd* A. Patteloea.
l arrested yesterday by Chief Dep-' and Southard Street Wallace yesterday in connection, born in Chicago 60 years I those who said that
uty Sheriff Moreno Wallace on a THURSDAY ,'with the theft of an automobile ago. 1Dr II ,.appointment should be ; The blood of children 1 A potentially large uurcr .C .-,
"i charge of violation of the national[ 'UlItllZWIl6iWl UWI'tlDllJIUllmIlIIllDDIIIIIIUIIJP! { :00 A.M. 5:00: PAL-Sewing' from in front of Monroe Motors,]I I Harold C. Urey of the the balance of the I normally pressures lower than those of I petroleum lets .till mHiffl n*. .
r. motor vehicle theft act. Thursday I Machine Typewriter, Writ Inc., White street. Barry allegedly -I]'University! of -Chicago famed I adding that the are adults. is the Chinese i island of_F'>m *a. ,P
, Crompton will be turned over 9:00 P.M.Dance, John Pritch- ing Room. Showers. ; 'drove the car away and wreck-]|,chemist, Nobel prizewinner atom non-partisan. -_.- - -.
to a deputy United States marshal ard FRIDAY !ed it against a wall in Semin- bomb consultant born in I j- SHOP
and His Orchestra. STOP and at i_
in Miami to answer to the theft I 9:00: AM. 5:00: PM.--Sewing ary street. I I town. IncL. 55 years ago.walker-I 500 ADDED
; of .a car at Buffalo N. Y. and Friday i Machioe, Typewriter, Writing He is being held at County I Watson Davis director WASHINGTON FOODCENTER
driving it to Key West. }f 8:30' P.M.-'Tourist Nite at theY .I i Room. Showers. 'Jail pending the swearing out of'''ence Service Washington are being added daily to :\VING LEE'S j s
: sponsored-by the Chamber
Wallace acting on instructions! SATURDAY a warrant: born l in Washington 52 years ago.(
of-Sheriff Berlin A. Sawyer invrstigated -'. of Commerce. Refresh,I 1:00: P.M. 6:00: P.M.-Picnic,: I Dr. Alfred H. White, University i ernment pay roll it was ;j!
today by Senator Harry ; 4
and Entertainment.
ments PHONE .;
the accident in which! Fishing (sign of Michigan.s'noted professor
'I un In advance watchdog of the I 4 Duval and
I an automobile driven by Lidia J Saturday I SUNDAY i} ANNE DOUGHTRY [emeritus of chemical engineering?| 4 91
e Garcia crashed into Einhorn'j'I' 8:00: P.M.-Movies. I I IC:30 AM",- 11:30: AJtL-Corn-, (Continued From Paee One) born in Peoria HL 75 years ago.j Virginia Senator agreed :j 4 Angela Sts.t 4
1 Feed Store at Duval and Olivia 10:15P.M.: -:Second Show; feature ( munion Breakfast, White mercy after a grand march of all ,1 Alfred S. DashielL! noted editor, 'seemed and keep like the a government losing tight ;!j 4 4
e UU a week ago. t' announced. at the Club: Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base the students. born at Snow Hill Md., 47 years from increased i .
I) Unable to get satisfactory ant Sunday (2nd Sunday). \ The festival cast is as follows: I ago. being i c 4
swers to his questions. Wallace. Prof. Ralph H. Gabriel of Yale, I 4
9:45 1:00 P.M. 7:00 PJH -Fishing Queen-Anne Doughtry. ;
A.M.-Java Club, discus-I ASKS TO CHANGE 4
1 referred the matter to the Miami sion Group. Trip (sign up in advance). King-Charles %Walker. I noted historian, born Watkins! j l! 4 .
'r: office of the FBI. traced Glen, N. Y. 53 I I BERLIN-The i 4
They 11:00 A.M.--Go to CHURCH I Information services. housing. Crown Bearers-Wayne Hud-I I years ago.
J the numbers and determined the Parties." I city maps. dleston and Nancy Jones Higgs. Dr. Forest R. Moulton, secre- ty in the American, i .f
far had been stolen at Buffalo. tary of the American Association French zones has ; wit
Religious Flower GirlsAttendant
literature library
3:00: P.M.-Classical Hour, i I
f Crompton admitted the theft lections announced. se-I telephones stamps wrapping and' Beverly Parker I for the Advancement- of Science : change its name to the PAN"d i| j
Wallace said.Tlie Weech, Leila y born at LeRoy Mich. 76 years ists' Peoples Party. It j j !
1 9:00 P.M.-Fellowship Hour on mailing packages railway ex- Betty Lynch Betsy
the Patio. Community Singing I. press service laundry pick-up- Bell Cates Betty MacDonald, ago. -- ---- -- today_that the request. ,1 1i 4 Shop Any Day Every Day On Y0WLEE'S
1 Beatrice Moreno at*the] available to all defense forces Joann Knowles, Patsy Mallory, 4 4.
Weather Piano. i and their families. Anne Sawyer, Faye Bervaldi, Evj j 4
10:00: P.M.-Coffee Hour. I MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, elyn Skelton, Betty! Cruickshank i CARLOS' 4 FOOD BILL 4 i
Camera Club meets each Executive Secretary. Betty Lord, Galey Sweeting, Robert I i 4 ...
8:00 P. M. MISS HILDA Parks, Marvin Boza, Hubert :
Thursday at \ CASTILLO. .
I. FORECASTKey G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Service - Secretary. Martinez Edward Steen, Louis pnr FLEMING STREET PHONE 4 Wing Lee's Food Center pledges' all it* e Irrltytcr
West and Vicinity: Fair Organization), every 2nd w : Pineda, Lee Creel, Jack Smith I OUJ Corner William Street : -all its *kill--all it* resource !to (Ircnitl")1ttI : 1
weather and little change in termperature I and 4th Monday. i' Dr. Joshua Loth Liebman Dick Wade, Fred Bryant. Myrt- I ( with finest!" possible< f004)4) at! 'lowest t .po.*H.le ff..t! 4
this afternoon tonight Game Room: Chinese Check- "Peace of MUM has been translated ,, land Cates and Hilburn Roberts. We Handle ONLY the Best '
I and Friday Fresh to strong I''ers. chess cards ping-pong pool ;. into Dutch, Czech, German j Grade of WESTERN \ i iI ORIENT :
northwest winds. writing desks library, current Finnish Norwegian. Japanese, Most of the world supply of I : :
Florida: Fair and not quite so magazines, various table games< Spanish, Portugese. Swedish: and ,natural camphor comes from e BEEF e PORK LOINS ROAST STaFE7'GROCERIES t
warm today and tonight. Friday II I etc. For-I .VEAL Steaks Cutlets and 4 CO5 KLKMINO = 4
.... .. Italian. mosa... Chops / ear P.r.rr CRISP-FI1
partly cloudy over lower east -- --- ----- - - - -- -- -- --- - --- Owned and Orwmted by the'
. --. .. 9 Grade "A" T-BONE STEAKSALL /
I roast. Elsewhere fair weather I - - -- -.:. 4 Lee FamPyT VEGETABLES : I
with -- -- -- - .n- '- .
little change in temperature. 4 Omlwmthvmtle 4
East Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville ( CIlf.tESK A n T.\CItAVTLUNCHES DELICIOUS j
1& through the Florida 1 1I! i Breakfast] BACON .* BUTTER .CHEESE .. 'a Rey W'e.t 4 4 ,
Straits: Fresh to strong north.westerly .I I:1- : I C."TO' ."TVLI',: FRUITS 4 J 7
I' wind today becoming I 1: SMITH'S I" q'I I i C C a.d -\JlI-:811., ft DINNERS' and CHOICE CUTS efMEATS 4 j
, nvidWat* to fresh northerly to- Complete Line of BIRDS-EYE Frozen Foods 4 Serrrd Daily fr_m >..a C
night and Friday. Partly cloudy I i Fresh FRUITS and VEGETABLES : weather. I
<< We Cater to Parties We Serve Yea This Weefcead 4
1 Jacksonville to Apalachicola: My
Small craft warnings indicated :I Complete lane oi QUICK : Weddings and Banquets With Your TaMe 5.ppUes? :

for..ret fresh wind to Report.strung north to north-I I'!i GROCERY 'I I I II -..iIn_ :. :00.-a.. CUT-UP FnozEx- READY for'the FRYING : Delivery-Our_.Available Store Closes Furnished at 1 P.M. Every by B.Thursda<&< : B. Srrnit, .r- ,

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Key West, Fla. April 29, 1948 !!11201 Corner WHITE of Catherine STREET Street HASTINGS Proprietor C. SMITH PHONE 18 =- _: _'. '.:_ -: '..... ..;.:;,g::- :.f" ;'_ ..l: ..-___ :- ""-_ .,; :_ ---- -- - -' .
(Observation,. taken at City Office ,

+ hnt 830 yesterday:Temperaturelli A.M, EST) 81 :1 LOWER PRICES for BEST QUALITY-Come and See!! I I

IiW.-t .List night 76 :
Mean 78::1| MAXWELL HOUSE Limit With Ii VICTORYQuality'Groceries
Normal 77,Y COFFEE Ib 47
Precipitation I All Grinds . Grocery Order C
Total last 24 hours .00 ins.II
; Total this month 12J3 ins. WHITE HOUSE 14-Ox. Size
Ewes this month 11.60 ins.
TuUI this year 15.91 ins.I I I APPLE BUTTER jar 14c
Exrru: this yearRelative 9.95 ins. Ii CASH MARKET CHOICE MEATS
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.; EVERY MEAL APRICOT 11-Oz. Size f1 + &
at 1:10 AJ4.

*, (Sea level Barometer 79)'.1:30 AJ4. I II| NECTAR 2 jars 19c c tt fgls ;: i 1028 Division Street PROMPT COURTEOUS FREE SERVICE DELIVER Phone 1080

I 23 88 Ins.-1010 J mbs. I I GRAPEFRUIT 46-Oz. Size g. -

1 1 Sunrise. 'Tomorrow Almanac. 5:53: aim Ii| JUICE . a . 2 cans 25c No. 5 Size p! BIG BARGAINS FOR LITTLE FOLKS

I Sunset Monnrisr' )12:57 6:56: ajn.p.m. ,j I| DEL MONTE Cream-Style' No.303 Size TOMATO\ JUICE can 15c I IDREFT .
Jdf..nt. 11:37: a.m. EA SY dAIE KRGAINS
Bantam ,
';I cans 35c ." Liimvs:

Tomorrow TIDES .''E Pride of Ozark ( . . Ig. pkg. 28c |I go...", 1 .; I : : : I I I I'I' BABY

(Naval Base) =" .
r 2 No. 2 Cans lIcOlympia I I
K Standard Time g
"ern )
High Low RINSO . . Ig. pkg. 35c; | :JIG \ _I" -; I & I I
3:57: a.m. 7:40: aim 11 FOOD
U 2:15: p.m. 10:21: p.m. LIMA DEANS -.2 No. 2 Cans 29c : ,}} I

4 I I II e1-c:4t I I' LOYEt.Y GlrmRJ 81BY Slr..i..1 lIItl
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA MOTTS Quart Size OXYDOL. . Ig. pkg. 35c | 5
; Reference Station: Key West I II011 1 1t"'t
I Tim of|Height of g I APPLE JUICE btl. 15c 1 "J-,: : Jut (h'oice- See Libby's April 27 g""sijr"C
Statio&Tws. (high water LARGE SIZE II '
1. Bahia Honda MOTTS No. 2 Size ,;1. Newspaper Advertisement 2 JARS 17cLIBBY'S
, (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft.I' SANI-FLUSH. 02 for 35c 1 I
No Name Key 'I APPLE SAUCE 2 cans 29c II -

4 Boca foist ChicaSandy endt2h 20m PHILLIPS' No. 2 Size .11 t
t ( Point-Oh 40m = Extra Standard No. 2 Size =, qe. 10 "Repeated by Popular]
8 Chides Channel I TOMATOES\ 2 tins 25c CORN . . 2 cans 29c II
I RCuestO''
(north endf 2h 10m +1.4 ftoOo
a s2.TOl4A TO JUICE 2 ()
. NOTE: DEL MONTE No. 2'/a Size ARMOUR'S In Package il;i V <:\ ;

] (-)Minus be sign subtracted.I: Correctionsto I I II I PEACHES . . e can 29c SHORTENING 3 Ibs. 99c li J '; COli-II -

(f) Plus sign: Corrections to

S (h)-Hour be. added.. l is 11 8 SILVER COW MAGNOLIA CONDENSEDMILK. =j, Jc'-1///Lf( Campbell's :rmIA TO SAUCE. . .3 foi9; ;
(It.)-Feet.Sorghim . II c. can 13c MILK . can 21clA ;: 'v's.,,} MOTT-S
C No. 2 Sis
I is a .grain possessed EK ( TOMATO
f of rxrrptional drou ht-n'Sisting II Complete LIDo of Extra Fancy Fresh I-lb. Carton F'ney Florida 8-lb. Mesh APPLE SAUCE . . 2 cans 27c
. piiwer. the camel of the vegetable ,, ... Bag =
I I kingdom." Ig,; r....:..:.\..l ._.' TOMATOES\ 15c GRAPEFRUIT 29c |LI,j' J::; \ SOUP LIBBy-sf No. 2'. .....

. 'ifljOMUWlritfJ 1= FRUITS and Home-Grown 2 FORCUCUMBERS. Fancy California H \1\\ -ct '- 2 l FRUIT COCKTAIL . . can 35cMcGRATH'S

I | VEGETABLES : 1\ 15c : <:.\ 'Qc.r
. f% r" at LEMONS\ doz. ]19c I I '- TALL Tall 5l .
I 1l l Tresnr I Popular Juicy Fla. 8-lb. Mesh Bag Texas YELLOW =s; \ \\t 2 CANS Ic PORK and BEANS 2 cans 15cCloroxo

., II Prices ORANGES . 29c ONIONS 2 ]Jbs. 2.1P I I. CANS oz
1.c. -

I C 1 1I 1 I It I I I 1 NU MAID Meat\/ Department GRADE CLOVlRBLOOM":A" MEDIUM I H: r 5clRiNSQsmaii2

t I | Table Grade OLEO Shop at Smiths for Ist-Quality Meats EGGS do%. 59c I ,
1 IX1e Any Cut Cuban or American Style '

I CCrystalse- I I Ili LB, 39c In CartonsPicNic i J) r 'MEATSii 'i' iS' pr'lt|

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( = M39do/ia ROLL I'OUM Whole .
4 q bli.dI Ib. 59c Shank. Half

1 lere..aL I BUTTER 87c . 1 to (.Ib. Average I BUTTER 8Se WESTERN

Center Cut .
,Ip Western l ROAST of Ib. 79c LB, 45c I CHUCK

L.reI1rt1 1 1 Steaks lb. 69c SPARE RIBS POUND 49c Franks L B. 39c I STEAKS . 69c Ib. 49c

Sugar FI "
. v Cain. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities 1 o __ QUALITY!!:' RIGHTS RESERVED -- --_ _ _

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I MARTHA ARANGO SIGNS .. '"FOLLOWINGTHROUGH I 39 hold men two in practices camp. daily-for the .,. -.. _ .- ..: - --, -'-- ---. --- .- -:- --- - : k

I March 15-President Jay Coneof
BIG LEAGUE the Miami Sun Sox invites
CONTRACT President Truman to throw out :..
first ball in their game against: FAUS'TO'S .
[She. Will Pitch Tonight''It'I i By Red Raiders
PEDRO AGUILARA.AAAAAAAA.AA Gilmore won over Red Raidersat

Iii DaUona Reach For''''Softball Twin Bill I 'AAAA All-Stars basketball won 54 over to 24,USS and Navy Sars-
r Sports in Key West in 1947
' field, 54 to 43.
\ Tram In |
All-Auieri- ,(Continued) '
Saturday At Park March 15-City Commissioner; -
I March 12 Bats boom the
ran Girl Lcnpur I |John Carbonell returns from Cu- FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
Miami Sun Sox start their bat-
I .:ba, where he went as Good-Will
Martha Aranco. 21. of this city Starting[ At 7:15I ting practice. George Souter diminutive t ambassador in behalf of the
ih.. signed a profenional contract I outfielder, arrives. I;ti Week celebration and the 600 FLEMING ST. at Simonton Street TELEPHONE 48
|Ie play .in the Atl-Amrrican Girls'i I Veterans of Foreign Wars and,I Roy Hamlin arranges for the ing tournament. Mar-I
>Out-ball League it wax revealed Dob's Sport:Shop will play softball Baltimore Orioles Habana Cubans -! March -Rain stopped
[today.. I Saturday night at the Bay-I and University of Havana to' Raiders and Sun Sox game.
| Aran March 13-Red Raider bas- Sox 13.
Miami Sun
and was to impressive in Cam of a doubleheader.In s i ; March 18- - -- -
Iprartirr session that she was of.vfered .I' the nightcap the Elks Club ketball club won over the Inde- i i and Red Raiders 8. Sun Sox used .
the prufnsional baseballcuntrart. i will cross bats with the U.S.S.. pendents, 46-23, Skaggs scored 14 22 players. Roberts Viilareal and Donald .
and Haskins 18. ( hit doubles. Hernandez
Madrrgal. These clubs met last! points !Sterling
Martha. week with the Elks winning Gilmore five won over the Key and Villareal hit triples and Sterling I III / ,
will on Duck
DayUM B.aeh.pitch and from tonight there la homers by Griffin In the sixth I' West Transit 40-39. i' and Roberts hit homers.faced ) +n o _ _ _ _ _ I II
Witt ntrsln for diamond duly and by Henriquez in the seventh I I. Miami Sun Sox will play Red :Some very the good Raiders pitchers hit any' 4. 1 1 I I
them but a GrapefruitChoice
.. .la IMlaaa.S after trailing 0-4 for five in- Raiders next Sunday. i; I l
kind of pitiching.
Max Carry, former Pittburgh nings. Gabe Lastres leaves to join; /J
,. fee league star, is president of Batteries for the second game Newark Bears at camp at Se- '! The laundry and dry cleaning JUICE if
:. the *wU. circuit will be Curry and R. Hsnriquez: bring. establishments: of the government
: While in I[for the Elks and Hoff and March 14-Miami Sun Sox million I .
Key West Marthaplayrd bring in about $13 a year.
Softball for Madregal. , _. ... 1 _
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mostly at the
'i initial sack and also played in a The opening contest will getunderway !i wtm.i.i.E >>a oar' See Libty's April 7 6n. =
number of baseball fames with I I at 7:15 p.m. I..E MONROE MARKET TELEPHONE 411 j I

boys teams when allowed to I 1- _ ,.. ..j Wm N. Knowles, Prop. 4 I Newspaper Advertisement } .
118 sa at the Corner of i 2
Division Street I 533 William Street :
Discoverer of Arango. and .E SOUTHARD STREET .., V C INS
die pew respoatWe for her i..' LIBBY'SF .
tettlag a try..uL Is Mrs Ken Beats Harris In i
You'll Find
Sauadan. MIL Sauadan.: a Only Quality
BABY FOODS 2 17c 25C ;
farmer athltta herself was so Softball ContestIn i I e Stl" JARS
Impressed with Arango's dla- MarketStaple \ la
wad a Ulties that she saw to 1
It thai the local girl got a the City Recreation Depart- and Fancy GROCERIES Fresh FRUITS and II IIt .
choAco to make g ed. Mrs. ment's Junior Softball League VEGETABLES and CHOICE GRADES of MEATS Royal ScarletCOFFEE.
Cannders contacted Carey p.rsesafy Same played at Bayview Park t Our Prices Are As Lose As Possible i I f
t Ib. 49cSwift'
yesterday afternoon. Harris . PEJDUCE
far Martha's tryout. . -:-
Key Nesters wall be following I School had its first defeat thissearon. TABLE GRADE T
with keen when Division Street u'U-MAID I j 12Oz. Size
eat and all wish. her every, tuccr School won by a top-heavy score, I t'9 Fancj Froh l-Ioiuii1 (artost
. 329. But Harris still retains the / 4444 PREM can47c
in her
s nw tarrer.x
league lead with four games won -I j . . .
Tomatoes .23cI'oimil
and only one lost.
Detroit Wins 9 4 Harris led in the first, 4 to 3. Ii) V.C. 1-Pound Size .
to You Always Do Better When You Shop at i C.14s
; Division tied it in the second. GUAVA JELLY tin 23c
f Then Harris went ahead with
From St. I Louis To !,
four 'runs in the third. I ARCHER'SSEMISELFSERVICE lobby's SWEET
Division got four more again in

End Losing I Streak I the at 8-all.fourth inning for another tie' MARKET jStt 1 I Mixed PICKLES jar 29c String Beans 18c

Division only allowed Harris
t 'ftpertel'.Tfc..!.!_. I one run after that, but Division S oar t( Del: Monte No. 1 Can
1 NEW YORK. ''' 29. Detroit !forged ahead for a win to make
April FRUIT COCKTAIL 28cBool Cucumbers 2'' 15c
a total of 32 runs. Gt
Tigers wun4 over the St. Louis : I
Drowns yesterday. Pat Mullin hit For Division: Mario toque and NEO DS
a tNMnrr' fur Detroit, in addition :Thomas Osacar. I'uw'n Pound Cans
For Harris: Julio Henriquez I FOR KAI5Y:

to Cincinnati a double and Reds single.won 8-1 from .and Umpires C. Lastres.: Alayon and Oscar at Reasonable, Every-Day Prices! C z Cat FOOD 2 for 25c Street . . Jniry
the Chicago Cub at Crosley Field
as Johnny Vander Meer hung up ,Molina.
The public !Is invited to compare our Quality and our Prices QUART 0rages2c
'first of the
hM triumph season.
Warrrn Spahn turned in a two- with those of Super Markets and Chain Stores. Comparisonwill i CLOROX 15c
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hit shutout over the Philadelphia: SOFTBALL prove you always do.better when you shop at ARCHER'S: >
rhlllM as his )Mattes' scored
seven runs. tGAMES\ \ '. t' I .
All other games' in the major
I W-arurt were pn.tponed.Ytrrday BAYVIEW PARK r :S wJI .. ARMOUR'S TENDERIZED
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Rt. Louis 4l0. 3 First Game-Bob's.Sport Shop Small Lean Meaty POUND PORK II s '
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Trucks. Trout and Swift; Ger Second vs. Subron Game-4.Naval Hospital I Spare Ribs 48cMade's CHOPS LB. 5k i 0 C3
ItaUM-r. Sltor'. Wid n\l r. Wilson. 29
vs. Kantor's Men's Shop. !
., and'rl'artce.. SATURDAY NIGHT AA-Meat Skinless SLAB in PieceBACON ams59c
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First Game-V.F.W. vs. Su i fElAL
NATIONAL LEAGUE bran 4. Weiners Lb. 43c lb. 44cs; .
It 1L E. Second Game-Elks vs. U.S.S. I .,
fMtMlrlphla 0 2 1 MedrcgaL \
Ilnsl t Dunnrtlv. and Scminick; Spahn BONELESS BEEF POUND END I 1 ARMOUR'S BOSTON BUTTS .


Chirago 184 (First Game: 1:30 P.M.) EVAPORATED _
SrhimU. CarlMm. D brrnic and
a MrCuHuu: Vander Ifoer and SUNDAY MILK 3 callS 39c ]1)
'Jot....twr. WtHiams.How First bron Game 4. -Pirates vs. Su {Ot ). 4gc'j.o .

Second Game-San Carlos:: FLAKO PIE 2 PACKAGES White House Apple 28-0z.
They Stand American Legion. VS.I GENUINE GRADE "A-A"

I CRUST MIX\ 35c BUTTER jar 15r ;

Major lla..rl..aU 1"1(1. Boxing Tryouts I SPRING LEGS-'O-LAMB Jh. 69c
NATIONAL Jack & Jill 2 16-0z. Cans APPLE 20-oz. Sue

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Z 'dMHlh .4 .4 .500 -Date> for the Southern Regional DOG FOOD 29(1 PEAS 2 cans cMORTON'S .
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Brn.kHrn 3 5 J75 chairman three-day of event the region is all and set for the I . or c CLOROX. . 15c

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AMERICANClub June 3. 4 and 5. in the City --
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L IUM 4 3 .571 four Grocer SELLS That Good i ; I

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4 .4 Kurrtgn Wars I I .soo 1 YELLOW U. S. No. 1 MainePOTATOES
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SubR. 4 i
Adams D-irv 0 I .000 ONIONS 2 Lbs. 23c 5 Lbs. 27c
Class -a- 610 Duval Street
w- !* beta Green-Top Large JUICYORANGES DOZEN
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Kantor Mrn's hh v 0 0 .000 COMPLETEBASEBALL CARROTS 2 Bns. 27c 23c
0 0 .000
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'1 . . . . . SCORE Phone Orders Accepted for DelireryARCHER's 0 NOW at Your dealers. .

ARM BRAKD conrrTKID.Mril Semi-Seif Service: in the NEW

COFFEE HILL Cigars and Cold The Store That Serves You Best" : -Every Big Untile Serves You 12 Delicious Ounces-

. at Ii Soft Drinks 814 Fleming Street Telephone 67 I Pepsi-Cola Company. Long Island City. N. Y. Bottled by:Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.of Key West Phone 581 r _

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SHIPPED In Carton POUND 2 23c

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KIRK'SSOAP 'A. PPLES : ;40.2' I Sc
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ALL : Liitii| ;.l Starch PEAS 2 23c
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[CORN 2 '17!Ssr 29c I SUGAR. 5.Pouiitl 39c I CRISCO Package 1/C/ GOLD MEDAL .

Borden's Evaporated MILK 3 Tall Cans 39c E ENAnISO !i lib Can $1.19 Can. CORAXO17c 5 BAG 3' 9"U" i iI

T- (: 'S ANNIVERSARY l t : ASSORT l rma i 1 x-- j VBBMKSHaHBHBHBBHnPRODUCE '" -- :' :
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TOILET ISO Sheets I FACIAL 400 Sheets .
:TISSUE. . 3 rolls 29c TISSUE . . . box 25c CABBAGE Pound 5c J :

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CASE of Bath Size ( Large
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