The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 1, 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 ( Place of Publication )


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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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ATHENS. Greece-A Creek i j ? Si.-i.Qv.rwxwi. ;
minister we-s
injured but'not ser-I
IV* lloinUnirii t For Uaal;1..,.- iously when a grenade'was to sed. .. eimyey, : MONAMNEDAN i'i'at.reilQ '
1I I at him. A Creek policeman was g fir/

\\11__..I Jon) Mill lf,.'1 John Marsh\ killed.a Communist pad the. assassin was seriously said to injured be, ie/ 1. SLplwwsGe4 Gets Total Of $175 ;

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('..unly SolMiltMAlln IS.J I Group 1 CircuitJohn Moscow's MOSCOW-Thousands square to hear jammed Soviet I- ---r' G .e Re-(-F =wl.tay 1..N a i MacFadden\ Talks GA3IBLL lE\ICEi: IiOF It\K:
(.1<<-att'. Jr. and Sheriff Krilm 1+ .Gal.
leaders speak and to see gigantic
A. Kawynr today both nportedprvcrrM /ca CiTY; 11.\1.1. t
D. Marsh candidate for jarade of Military might. Wailer! Jt:1ft91: tF At
in their investigation circuit judge Croup( 1)) subject ; Bedell Smith..American Ambassador / Spw .a BavviePnrl\ : .
that ARMENIAN Under the
fulltmrd thefts ; watrbmx '"y"el
of slot ma. .
to the Democratic primary this to Russi.was one'of the e .
rhinv fn yn the Elk Club and : liNt oj ; city officious this mvrwnK.. W..,!k j
Tuesday is in the city today in spectator to huge gathering. ) At : t
thr America Le Tonight t Eight
Stork Island. $iun Horn un behalf if bus candidacy. Attorney --: . oar + Speak HereBERN Tonithl men smashed nine scot mathintseized ,

"U ........ In that (!|I Marsh is 39 years of age and a END PLEASURE: TRIP BAN :: recently by-tite put,.,... .iftcr I
haw the our nearly now rlcarrd we II f|i resident of Dade County for 21 LONDON Government.has lover pod yyy JERUSALEM Bernarr MacFadden. candidatefor emp'tyi i: them of ni kc!1... I
"Po" Mid years. endtd ,the eight -month pleasure ,6. lo.vds e. governor, will arrive in the dimes and ; .
Sheriff $17i
Berlin A. Sawyer I T.nb quarters totaling;; >
Marsh graduated from Miami i .i
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trip ban for-Great Britain. During 4'land late
city this afternoon
tmLtyWe can't ray .. by i Everyone of the boxes ci.n. HII
.ny.I' high school after which he attended .i
thine ahtMit the raura yrt I Iwe I that fine. Englishmen could LT..i.Pta. private plane in the interests of : t ''ed ,
the of Miami
University travel to the United .Kingdom money. City Clerk V.' i<-
would he tipping our hand. 'his candidacy. The 73-:: ear-old
}[and graduated from the Stetson > Lowe had
bamurt .' and no w'pere else. The a large bag will filled -
Rath. former sheriff
University College of Law. publisher, physical culturtat:: humanitarian .
end of the ban has brought'thou- with coins. Man .
rfrputy whu was one of the menrhard . y'ot. e City 'I'-i
: Marsh was admitted to.practice sands.of reservations for foreign + will speak at Bay-
with the theft of aix lot in Florida in 1935 Gt. r c.blw.N.l Ralph D. Spalding wh.w.
.... land trips. +J 1 view Park tonight; at 8 clock ... .
fNIC"h. f mm the Elk Club. wauttriwitud ** In World War II. Mar>11 new | o I among the witnesses and who
to the sheriffs of- with the n.CA.F.. and ItA.F. i a T. r' Also coming with MacFaddenis dcred destruction of the r-
flee yrMerriay by John Gavilan. later, transferring to A.A.F. He ; CROWDS JAM LOUISVILLELOUISVILLEA Sr.a the gracious Mrs. Bsrnarr Ann chines said the money w" 'u'-t{
wile had put up $3.000 fur Baths Is a member of the IIar\ey[ Seeds .. muddy track (AP' MacFadden. the former Joule eaacrAUUEN go into the city tree airy
relr MelUth. > Po thrn prudural Herman r The Group 1 circuit judge can will ballls through today: Skies REPRESENTATIVES QF THE JEWISH AGENCY and the Arab '. Snakes SubstituteFor curious on hand to sec UK i" j
Hirtirrt whu Mgnrd a property didate had the following to say; now are clear, but the track is Vnited address Lie audience to- chines emptied of their ('.>ni< 'i',
Higher Committee t the Nations Assembly joined in
the ,ono the Therein at 8 a. ; night. She is said to be interesting and The
Slums nnrvnni $ -If you honor me with your selection muddy. stopped I embattled an destroyed sane x.m"
sheriff. acting on instrurtkiiu l I cox w.ant lha' t ;se 'ias "'': m. At post time:tt.was expected recommending ttheir people in the Holy Land that and entertaining Rat Catching back of the City HalL
from 8-Jvitor Clrarr. had dcddrd { Circuit Judge I will be 30.000 would crowd Churchill the walled holy city of Jerusalem (inside- shading .be spared speaker. First blow struck at d.t ">.
WM nrvvanr t., in""ure Bthapprrancr ; '. governed jour solely by the dictates (Continued On'Page...Seven!)" from fighting. The proposed 1rdid: not::>> applY to larger w I tion of the boxes was m..,l h' i,
MacFadden will pilot his own PENANG. MaUv (AP) -
of Jerusalem. Later. Arab E.
in Criminal Court. conscience" sections however the rejected a George Hinde, city ffil.'h n
of the law and of :
Meanwhile. f urmrr PatrolmanWiUun my French proposal for an international volunteer. police force to plane (a Navion) into Key We t. Cats, are being; replaced as rat who was assisted by Frank i:...,

Jully was still in County : guard Jerusalem's holy places.. . He and Mrs. MacFadden will stay catchers here by pvthon A ngucz.. assistant methane *
Jail bratwr he was unable" to ___ at the Hotel La Concha. After rice mill owner's association an- Be ides City Manager' Sit t i
rake $ .OOO ..... fund for the -RE-ELECT- Colin English ; the political speecn tonight, nounced tests had shown the ing.. the spectators include .V .
Burglary at the home of Arthur Arrest Tvol'lorc\ Saloon they will stay over in the city. giant .snakes up to 2-i feet in Dion, city commissioner xl'-I .
Sag u"r l>"t No. 38. American Berlin A. SAWYER and leave earlv tomorrow mom- lensth. kill two or. three times mained a few minutes. Cot c'
(Continued On Page MX lug; by plane for Miami. as many rats as cats So they are Victor Lowe: Police J..
i !! MacFadden speech tonight : installing a tame python in each Kemp and Police Ltcuts K- \'
Your Sheriff !Men\ For Sales. t rice mill.Elect w-ell Lee B.ik
To Minors will oca I with health building; and Harry :
.i.. ..__ /i._. 1. e. lourist business. citrus fruit.*, cat seized the machines in .. >

TWINS' GARAGE(; ( H* will continue capable law. tle business, industry. ; doniinueu On PJKI.s;
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l(,./.Ilin, ,'. "';,,.* taxpayers. 1,0 ALLEGES: : MEIS: IIBICLAUEI ) :. I.i PLEASE Listen to . GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA

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Mali { al 1 ,rd ,NOW I TICKET-OFFICE I ...,' ._., \ # l'"l.';' ... PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
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J. Tom Watson r -' i..t, _
You will b. EXEMPT from 1 for .*4'GOV'ERNOR' ALL AIRLINES I .. : ;. ... 24.A
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,:'" fur AND the Selective Service. PRICE TOURS I C

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nf luleriru : FOR'EXPERIENCE Palace Theater t.!.i'.; _, i for DELEGATE: :
IC' '/ II'rl1o11 inn ... t.i f ; :..': Elvcl DEMOCRATIC CONVEN: i !. I
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1U1I.1. Ruth Warrick and Walter '. ,.' .. ..
U-w.r".1 .,dc- ray fw k: ...."....,. Military Training at HOME. 1 L1:1'Iai: ';--F _. @6-B ,, Brennan in"URIri't1'ooI1" t t -'- ,...:.". RAUL:/ !A.CARBONEIJ.. JOE HENDRICKS
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Pledges His Utmost. Endeavor For The : ,\ : e ", Hear Dr. A. Lucille Calverley Slink

Accomplishment, of the Following: 'I ; : StAttorney: . President of PALS AssocI.tionThis

Removal of all tolls from Over i _
Afternoon 5:55 WKWFIN
PULL at over
Highway. ---
I Under no circumstances will I j : LEVER ---= :: 16-A Nk BEHALF OF THE CANDIDACY of

change any provisions of our I II I COLIN ENGLISH' ( for COVEKNOKPULL : ( :
city charter without being requested As assistant County Solicitor of Dade
so to do by a majority County. Mincer fought the salarybuyingracket
't t # + of our city commission: or unless in Florida and put the loan sharks
a referendum, submitting out of business. a y

such change to the electorate ,'. I'.1.' . r'' .. ," ,
is made a condition of any such lh.dsIi1i.Yt' t1iA'rr.i.l II'' 1 q
,_ change. -
tJ r, .Rtmoral of all state taxes from .i,
used by fishing boats. - .
gasoline LISTEN ,
t commercial or otherwise. -VOTE FOR- .. "...) '. j
financial aid to our
Substantial 1

P cities. so far as may be possible < -: ._. ..,. ,..-i '., TONIGHT t i t tat
c taxation. t.
r r without Additional additional assistance to the HARRY HARRISPull ;: i /!.Ns:, J t i "'. $ *-" .. 7:00VKWF :
aged and blind. as well as ___ . ..
crippled and dependent chit Lever No. 21 B :. :- . I Over

.Maximum aid '10 schools and teachers.. it V&TERANVLD f A r, II Il Illor : Pull = Lever 17-A -J dat, \ i' ,
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PULL 17-C Speaking On Behalf of
MAY 4th

LEVER I'.. "= j I (:II"" fIoLEl"TTOM : .e Coiuiiy FIFTH- Graniisiimer: DISTRICT! 'BERNIE C. PAPYYOUR Judge ROSSWILLIAMS v : : I

WATKINS f y. Para Cumioioiiatlo; del (,oiula looo. STATE REPRESENTATIVEAlways

iEt'RES' 1'1'l%lti'L Dilritu Fighting for the Best Interests of Monroe County Circuit Judge, Croup One

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: OUR GREATEST THREAT ..-:.- :: ""' '''''''' U&U'''' _""m""'DI!
tile &y QIitinu Competition I i '! _Food ProblemSYDNEY.

P..u.... Daily Except Sun L f>. AMTMAX. Ow*r _* P,hll her Much hullabaloo is going on these Outs! \I Aurtnii*.-<**>.-
_ AORMA i O.AHTJiA B..!- .Mmmmgtr Smelled .
_. FroM The CIlI... BulldlncCorn days about the Communist menace in this DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 3IAY: 4 1948 Days Gone Because too maar of .Mi .MMBV
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and SOUTH BEND Ind. (AP .? I ors were ordering oat? to* aott
Only Dally Newspaper IB Key West countr) That it is a menace, we do not ):- A_____ __A '
__ Aloaro County I j toast a Gympie (QwUR.ft_ ...
Fisherman Michael Infalt has a'' For Governor For County. Commissioner I I AS TAKEN FROM FILES Qf"THE ,
';-t.r..a at Key West Florida M second claaa matter deny. favorite fishing hole in a Michi-! CITIZEN OFf prietor has posted a ptew4 M
COLIN ENGLISHFor I Fifth District
7 Nevertheless, we must not forget for I J I MAY 1. 1938IlUJUDlJlU1DIJIIIIIIIJnnmmnmmrnhIItII,1r114jlBll "Eat WM ...
M KM RICH: OF THB AS.OCIATED PRESSThe gan lake and he does 1't like too i!j. EDNEY PARKERFor the wall: up er *
Ae orlated Wens U exclusively entlUed to one moment that there is another and far starve!"
1e'foe reproduction ., all news dispatches credited much company when he Is work- j Governor I
tuLU ** credited In this paper and more dangerous threat facing American County CommissionerFifth Not only the great white herons
%tw- the local sews: published here ing it. Infalt has no monopoly on ; present. The eeeeseeny vna p.
"way of life. Surprisingly enough, this the hole but he has a system that [' i DistrictW. getting great in numbers on the formed by Netery lrtli.. A .11-

Cue Tear IB4CRIPTIO' RATES _| danger sterns not from these card-holding serves the same purpose. [I For Governor j A. PARRISHFor Keys and Key West, but so are burg. The bride WM allMty w
-:ts ) 5." DAN MCCARTY I the beautiful oreate spoonbills.
Ihre' Months. __ X.7S members of the Communist Party, but He goes to his favorite spot j j I SuperintendentPublic i E. M. Moore. Audubon Societies sport ekHhes.
MI j
\, __. ... ..15Alltr.HTISINU the thousands of otherwise patriotic citi- about dawn and usually finds a For Governor i I Instruction warden, with much experience.' At this morninge of

HTKSSlade zens whose thinking has been warned! and flotilla of other boats anchored at I 'W. A. SHANDS i WILLARD M. ALBURYFor among water birds, reports. U. S. Court. Southern Dbttfct at
_.. the hole. Then he sets
K on ApplicationrRCHL. up a gaso- ''I Florida. presided ever .. Jtwire
distorted by the smooth-sounding left-wing line burner trie boat (BILL) Final of the West
SOTICB on seat and I SuperintendentPublic meeting Key W. II. Barrett of At.M... tae..
All reading ..U_, rarda .f thanks, resolutionsf propaganda which has been and is flooding fries bacon and eggs. Other fish Committee arranging for the May lutions of respect" tw die ?
C r..p*.... ltnsrr n.tres. ......... etc. will be ermen inhale the aroma get so For State' Comptroller i j Instruction lath celebration of the 25th anniversary Jilfcteem 1 R.
....PtI.4 rr at the rato of !. cent a lineN4tr the country. 1 of the l late Judge
hungry they can't stand, it, and G. FRASER HORACE O'BRYANTFor of the first airplane
enlertalnmeat by churches from whicha EDWIN: j Browne was rest .. Jii..If*
,.*.a_ I. l. h. dented are & cents a line.Tk These confused l Americans are the paddle back to shore for break- : flight from Key West to Havana O'
wi this *jt
1 Arthur Gvmr
n .ilitsesj( p.tlU la and forum subjects and of Invites kcal dlsrassh or- first to deny that their aims are identical fast. For State Comptroller !! Superintendentof I made by Domingo Rosillo will Court.

general .Interest... but II will not |...a..1a anonymoust.t.Skaiie with those of Moscow-directed agentsin ........................ (Incumbent) Public Instruction be held l Friday at. the Cuban -

this country. Hut as "dupes5' of this C. M. GAY MELVIN E. RUSSELLFor I Club. 8 p. m.Election i Members .rf BJJT. Sit TnM.
Radio Programs !52 will rally tfce 111/ ** at 1:.
C4PHOVEMEICTS FOR KEY WEST I same philosophy they have become con- l For Railroad Commissioner 1 i -Member School Board of the candidates in clock and it M cxynWJ U..t ll-

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN vinced that the free enterprise system ........................ RICHARD A. MACK Second District the Florida State Primary is but full rnt'fttIwnhtp o< tke ..0BWMlion I t I
f j short time distant, and seekers
which has made the most envied 'I will be in elk eitise Ie at WH-
us coun-
.1 GERALD H. ADAMS after office and those who are ', .. .
For State Superintendent r Iry house in thtnwf* q
1. More Hotels and Apartments try in the history of the world i is; now done NETWORK PROGRAMS ----- now in and are*working harder
E*.Urn Local Time. For central' TOM D. BAILEYFor For Member School Board than to tie the loo&c
I ever ends
2. IWac-h and Bathing Pavilion. For and must be abandoned. They offer us subtract one hour for mountain I :: i I Today Thr Citifi s.y,. M* a*
subtract two hour So.... . Second District of their campaigns together in
local itj.tion
3. and Sea.
Airports-Land a program of planned socialism which, thanes hour of relay. to fit I Circuit Court Judge I J order. to solidify! their forces ;' editorial pars.aph.
4. Consolidation of County and local echedule. Last minute pro- ALLAN L. HAMPTON "While- take iwo .i ln>.i..i.
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when carried out to its end, leaves only a gram change cannot be includ.d. (Group ) their constituents piesfnt aMld ...-.
taken. two to J.i
City Governments. --- --- it also
WILLIAM A. (Bill) HERIN Hunt at the jxills tominorIOW. -
police state dictatorship.We .
5. Community Auditorium. -a I For .Member School Board --- -- -
need only look at what's hap- i For Circuit Court Judge Fourth District

pened to other nations which have turnedto : Evening1:00Summary of New*-nbo Group 1 I I JULIO CABANAS, JR. Travelers returning over the 1 Judge Otlo

; a socialistic form of Government for ouranswer. Newscast Network Musk,Every Tim Day_-aba cbs I JOHN D, MARSH highway report that the fire .
I For Member School Board which has been the
binning on
MONOGRAPH Dane Time-mbs-basic
Individual opportunity and initiative f Rumors
.:1 -Religion' In News-nbo I For Circuit Court Judge Fourth District i! Says
:I Hear:. VMert: withered and died. The "common In My Optnion-cbs, prac-tically I; Uesfeages abc ISADORE i
Group 7 (Monroe County) WEINTRAUBFor

: All\ undiatt"for public office .man": -for whom these advocates! of a .:3O Th-XBC* Kentucky Symphony-nke l>erby-(.b9**I j. .'Incumbent.r t ... : i!i one-half mile in scope.I | Base Lies

: a i v,. ..avowed that they will conduct planned economy promise great thingsbecame Harry. Wisiner lwic-uroa-toaslC Sports-aboLiajic AQUILINO LOPE, Z,. jii.j r I Member School Board i i j I i This morning beautiful! Bay- l!

their offices; honestly if elected, which\ a mere cog in a bureaucratic machine :4& and 'Commentary Fifth District ',: view Pink was the scene of gay. Joseph Otto fooer )Mil. .tit
Jack t!..ll Comment : ; the Circuit Court in Key: .
: means they will not take graft, l but noneha subject to the whims and decisions 7:00: -Mr. Ace tc: Jane-cb* For Circuit Court Judge' I -LILLIAN TINGLER !{, Spring activity. Children danced said tINt .........
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Group 7. (Monroe County) -- and skipped to the tunes played
Melody Incorporated-abe
: Specifically saul so.; of a regimeH: autocracy. No longer 1I..a&latls Ju"icia&li-ornll. I i Candidate .". ; For Clerk of Criminal Court:|jby the Key 'West Hospitality) : were *preadmg rumor .... M
could he determine what kind of he 7:30-Curtain Time Prama-olm i i the event of his etectm. he wiN
TilE ORACLE. a job Abe Burrows Song- b* ,. I JOSEPH OTTO. C. SAM B. CURRY Bund under the direction of A. reside Key W_i.
could where he would work This is Adventure-abc B..I'osso. not in
get or or I
any ..
New Broadcast-mbs I "It w J base political
h of the other things which we in America 7:4't-U.! Carmichael Sons-cb* For State Attorney For Clerk of Criminal Court Otto dcclai-d. "Kex. W-' M ..

U. N. CHARTER MAY BE REVISED take for granted as constituting his rights 8.00-Twin The New Life of m.nt-mb.; RIley-nbc t GLENN C. MINCER HARRY DONGOFor iI i i+ Miss Stella of Mr. Vldez and; Mrs., granddaughter Juan- !| hometown was th- hoim! *..*. efI

To Be Announced-cbs Re-election I I parenuafH.. in the MM elI
.. and privileges as a citizen. HOPS Dolan DetectiveaboTwenty Avila. 307 Elizabeth street! be- I' my
Supervisor of nttro family*...
.. I election my (
question Wuiz-mbs came the bride of Cecil E. Smith my
Sixteen Senators of both political partite So, don't be misguided by labels. Com- 1:30-Truth or Conne
have demanded immediate revision of munism happens to be a serious problemnow Stop Famous Me,Jury liar TriaU Show: --alx inbCO ;. I WEBSTER G. WALLACEFor JOHN ENGLAND i bride's grandparents. Only near i j| (Paul "..III"al 4h.'ru','. mawlOPEN

: the United Nations Charter. Senator Homer but Americans want no part of a "Po >: -Hit Davis Parade.;, Comedy-cbs SinatraabcJoan i relatives and. close friends were \
State RepresentativeFor Judge Juvenile Court ,
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e Ferguson of Michigan i is the author lice State" program, whatever it may be Gang Keep Up Busters With Drama KIdmb-xl"

to carry out a new policy which Murder Name of and!bong: ilalone\ Judge Juvenile Court II LETTER

" would kill the abolition of the veto by Rus- We know several individuals who can WMW: -Kay Kyser College-nbo For State Representative FRANK O. ROBERTSFor

: cia and reduce the number and strength tell you' what is wrong with the world. it:- Saturday rTof Chicago Quir Theater:-Serenade abc-bdsfc: -mbslOyO -cbs MILTON" A. PARROTT Justice of Peace [ To the Voters of Monroe? County
4: of warships, war planes and heavy guns. :-The Grand Ole Opry-pba First District .
, It Pays to Be Ignorant- The movement also proposes, to create a WE LIKE AWARDS Hayloft tioedown-abe For State Representative/; IRA F. ALBURYFor I
11:00- News the of and fair play. I mm urging toM
Variety 2 hrs.-nbc I spirit justice
i World police force and to upset most of the Re-election
Xews. \ nety Dance Z hrs.-cb. TOM WATKINS ,1 I Otto .
News and Danr Hour-abc voters of Monroe County to return Judge Joseph to
: misting program that have been strength-) \ One of the interesting customs of the Pane; fc: M. I>owiiey-nibs I I Circuit Bench of Monroe County.

: i nina the armed farces of .the World :"for American people is to present awards, con- 12.00-Dancin Co'UnuedablI.ut; For Sheriff 't'. I For Justice First District of Peace 'I Judge Otto was appointed to this high office by Geesiwot

4 t the next war." fer honors ;and select the best of .this andthat. d FRED''' ..."t O., ,EBERHARDT"..' ,j 'PAUL BOYSEN Holland (U.S. Senator). to fulfill the term of the late )Hea.
--'" If' !:.. Arthur Gomez. The Monroe Bar Association. aN Civic,
I County
The United States is not backing down .
}!1%- -I.._ For-Sheriff ," organizations of_ Key Wesi and prominent otlaea* .r
Local-Time. CMtn.f many
c t. bit. We are calling upon Russia for anhowdown. The process goes through onr social subtract one hour for For mountain t RAFAEL H.FERRtRJ! 'Far: .Justicev f- Peace ;::,;;- Monroe and Dade'Counties endorsed him unreMrtredty a* a I

: while at the same time our structure like a knife through a piece of subtract chang two hours.hour ef Some- relay local: to stations fit .(Known as Mr._qass.and_ )"J Second District"MVR11.AND .. bona fide Key Wester: to hold this office. Judge Otto served

Military and, naval and airn strength is.beiing. I .cardboard.\ The Government makes gram localschedules., changes cannot Last minute 110 GATES with distinction and only political preferment prevented IM

fortified to ,meet and outbreak:. from !, awards, institutions of learning confer degrees For Sheriff I remaining in this office for which he now seeks lection.
ALTON GOEHRING For Justice of Peace Dr. Otto. served this
Our Grandfather CerBmaaiti
Russia_ and its satellites.: and associations; of all kinds select jl
("Dutch") C Second District from,4be Civil War period until shortly before the $paaiai
The famous commentator, Walter this and elect that person for some honor Ahersoon1:00America United. Talks-ibaDoorway )ROX HAMLINFor American War. Our Father. Thomas O. Otto. Sr terred iliaCommunity

I H>pm nn has observed: "We are in the which the donor somewhat persumptu- to For Sheriff -" i w I I throughout his lifetime and gave umftateiHy M
Sam Pettensill Talk abe
formative. stages of one of the great historic ously assumes the right to confer. \Vra- &hirer Comment-mbs EVERETT R. RIVAS I j Justice of Peace every charity until shortly before World War One.
1:15-Editor at Home-abc Second District Every member of our family served in World War 0...
in modern There citizens democratic i
enterprises times-the are of this The Music; Box-mbi-baslc I
1:30-Chicago: Roundtable-nbo For Sheriff j EUGENE SANCHEZ and Judge Joseph Otto served for one year in the AJOeeicaa
construction of a new political communitymade country who lay great store upon some Tell It Again. Drama-cbs", BERLIN A. SAWYERFor i (COFFEE) I Expeditionary Fcrce as an officer in a Machine-Gun baWd
up of the older nations! of Europe and award from: overseas. Millions\ seek to I To Nationale&perv B. Announced-mbs ReelectionFor I II I I have served the citizens of Monroe County tef the pail

the new nations which are descended from gain offices of various kinds in the multi 2:00-CBS Olmsted Is There& Co.-nbc Drama-cbs For Justice of Peace I twenty years without thought of compensation whenever tfcek

them-all of them the heirs and all oftt..m tude of organizations. Everywhere men Air\\eek Korea Around!inow Worl.f-abe-uibs I Sheriff Second District I circumstances were in doubt.
: 1 JOHN M. SPOTTSWOODFor I Judge Otto. like all the Otto family, seeks to serve title
the bearers of the same civilization"NOT and women seek to have somebody put an 2.30: -Robert Merrill Con..rtnbce. _.b.. SAMUEL R. SILBERMANSAM Community, as did his forefathers.I .

approving stamp upon them, their workor :Mr.Newseterans: Pr..sident-a.OO* I'anel-mlla Clerk of Circuit Court 'j' ( ) urgently solicit your vote in my brother's caiwpdiga sad

ACCORDING TO HOYLE their personality.We *::45! Opinion Comment-cbs EARL R. ADAMS ---- --- can assure you Judge Joseph Otto is the best quMte4 .*.
S:00-Music Comment nbc For Constable
Parade. -
have no objection to the habit of for this cffice.
The :Symphony Hour- bsLassie. i '
For Clerk of Circuit Court'FRANK First District
The of Harold Stassen in Wis- individuals Doe rarJla-.OO (Signed)
sweep of cherishing such empty !louse of lUytbm-nlbli-baslc BENTLEY RAUL A. CARBONELL
cousin and Nebraska 3:15!-American Almanac-abc DH. THOMAS O. OTTO.
has upset all the awards. Even the public is gradually be- -- - - --
3:30-0no )Jan'. nbo
prophet The "wise" politicians; got off coming aware of the fact that most: of them S. Kay Serenade-abc i! For County Tax Assessor For ConstableFirst Paul .'-.I ilO-a! tde.rti..rnellt
The Juvenile Jury-mbs
on the wrong foot in pinning their hopes; are prejudiced by favoritism or some selfish 4.00: - John B. Kennedy-abc CARL. J. INGRAHAM '
f>n Generals McArthur and Elsenhower.And interest on the part of the donor and House of IrstCCY-lnbs; I Tt
For Commissioner - .
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on the other side of the political fence the donee. The eagerness with which recipients 4:3o-4:1*--Cal News Tlnncy: Living Talks! 154S--abc nbo First District: :" !! *' For Constable t AMIIICA'SOMTBOAIftl CVTITLMiIIIii' . .

Henry Wallace seems to be waltzing down bestir themselves to receive such To Opera Be' A..dUons-abc"nnounced-cbs JOE ALLEN .' d i y't *- ''First District ;

the shadowy lane to defeat. Democratic empty honors is an indication of uncertainty Dctetttlj; teri s-mfcs I i HARRY H. JOHNSONFor "
1.00: -The Sunday Theater-bbo IT'. TNI HIM
leaders' Washington: have finally begun as to life and its meaning.A Janett Davis. Sous-cbs ,. For County CommissionerFirst
Treasury A.rnt-abc District !
to switch their support to President Tru- The :Shadow ram.r.-mbs ConstableFirst
8:15-PhU Davis Orch.-cb. J. OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor DistrictC. '
man-seemingly in the growing belief thatif friend i is: not always the man who 8.30: -Phil SpitalnT Go-la<'fcs -T

}lu cannot win in the election that no tells you how wise and good you are. Counter Quick as Spy A 1'1asla-mt.s' ram.-"w County Commissioner : FLONEY PELLICIERFor

other Democrat can make the grade. This Evening I First District i ConstableFirst OUTBOAKB MOT B

all teems to be the greatest combination in THE TAFT-HARTLEY LAW (:00-Catholic. Radio Service-nbo W. C.SUGAR( ) SWEETING, DistrictBENJAMIN San if now/
The family Time-cbs
elect ion-day puzzledom that has occurred Drew Pearson \ommellt1Ie. I J. PIERCE $18870 i elf. truly remorkoblel y'WOR't <*
Tbvs W"bl>lelli. Skit-mbs::; I For County Commissioner;
since Taft ran as! a Republican: ; Rooseveltas There i is: in existence Washington ':15-News Summary-abc I Third DistrictCLARENCE (Bennie) b.Ii... it anti yow... it.It's .
:30-Holly..ood Preview nbc i line motor that doe whet
: a Hull Moose-both of whom were defeated a joint Congressional Committee that has Percy Faith Corwtrt-cbs I, HI CCS S
Greatest Story Ewer TwW-abc i For @ you always thought it world
by \V'oo'lroVi1;, on. been watching the operations of the new Sick Carter. tecUvembi I I : Constable : take two motors to do.k comet
Labor Act. This insists that the lawis 7.00-Jack Benny ComedY-Aloe For County CommissionerFilth First District
group : The Gene Autry fcliow-cbs you over the water ot speed
:- BUILDING THAT CAN WAIT i working) well without undue hardshipon 1 Love AdventureabeSherlock Holmes-robs BERNARD H. WAITEFor that take your breath awey
and it IhroMet down
employers employees. The best 7:30-Phil and Alice-nbc lo pu.Q;
: Blondie end agll00d-cbs Constable crowing mae-on-howr k.llap.
A recommendation comes from the opinions: by leading commentators and editorial Gabriel The Clock lleatter Drama-abc Show-: mb | For County Commissioner Second District : his the new MARTIN MOTOR

_White House asking Congress to approve writers all express the belief that (.00-Kdgar: Bercen. Charlie--nbc I I Fifth District JOSE ESPINOSA ,." s s, i. flood-proof, Mer-pfOof I

a $65,000,000 appropriation to build per.manent the new law has; begun to weld labor relations Sam Stop the Spade Mu&ic A.i\ I HARRY 1.. HARRIS 1 . instant starting .fes spar

headquarters for the United :Na- into a pattern different from that existing : Thesiediation Allen Comed Huardmbs1:30Fred >-nbc i I For County: Commissioner: . For Constable : a Uing performance secret let in

:tion,,, in New York City. Senator Flanders under the Wagner Act. That experi- :Movies The\ :Man C..mmental'J'-mbe Called A-cb" 'I Fifth District .:. .1. Second District, .1 : .revolutionary. aecna/McoMy-co new prtneipJ*ro4e
greeted the '-45!-Xews Broadcast-mbs JOE JOHNSON i CHARLES G. PAPY
recommendation by telling the ment was responsible for more failures 56 I \ S poppet vafvej)
: -Flv* :Minutes SewscbsS .
Senate that "we cannot bring a dying body than victories, in bringing employers and MO-at.rry-Go-Round-dbc: MARTIN gives you ..,.,,.
back to health To Be nnouDce"bs I S thing you would oroSnorey
by building a $65,000.000 employees together.The Walter inhell Time-abe
mausoleum." ;Meet :M. at l'.ky.-mL" ELECTHARRY See ; pect in an outboard motor
He I -
said that such buildings coal strike ran amuck because the ':1S-Hollywood, Comment-abc plus many QMy.mtpofto

would represent "temples to a lost cause" door was closed: against John L. Lewis, who ':30-Mickey Vbum Rooney Familiar story Music-<-bs-nbo ROLL INS exdvtive features.

Senator, you seem to have Theater Guild Hour-abc H. JOHNSON .
"got off on the finally was brought to realize that he could Jim Backus Comedy-mbs
foot." for I
a rigHt not crash the gate at the White House and 10.00: -Tak* It or Leave It-nbo '
I Kecap Drama I Series- fellai
get support to win a clumsy strike. He i is Voices of :Strings: -mbs I' CONSTABLE FIRST DISTRICT
10.30-Horace Heidt b(>w-nbc MOTORS
Now that
the Itts. .
*a baseball teams have gotten likely to quit defying the courts. Commentary Strike"' It Kich.on VIIK Monies-cbs-abc Honest . Efficient . Experienced at beauty

under way there are millions of Ameri Despite all of the existing troubles Latin-American Serenade-nibs ,I{

; cans who will lose some of their interest between employers and labor unions it is 11 IO:4: 5--Xetwork Xewsariety: Mu&ic-abc Slim.-nbc {' Pull Lever = 29 C Outboard Motors Service Corp.

fc in what somebody says about somebody only fajr to say that things are running Sews New .\nd artet Dance). Dance Band.Z-abc lirs.-.cb. i I IN LITTLE RIVER

l''s0'' better News.; Dance Baud Z lira. tubs j I i '. 385 N.E. 79th Street. Miami 31. Florida
.. in the affairs of national industries. ""f' P"lrtif.J.h! t lrii.l!
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HAUNTED HOLIDAY ,.... MEDIATORS nef; I. RAIL".STKIKE... '- :;::=';-<"t ..__. Ilool l CITY'S I TENNIS '

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-: By Cameron Dockftry i : (,j. :' .'. E; : ncana Teamublehcadcr OPEN
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IJ fear that the flames would sweep "Hmm starting to. rain, that's ", [
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FVr.'f VifKe Itltrnrd the toward Kalanii. Even- the. Lin help." !TODAY AT PARK
crackle of flames the air crew Gook family had formed a bucket One of lumberjacks who > ) Willi j i
brigade from the water's
Pungent with burning edge had shoulders! like a stevedorecame .
pipe '"
lh hf'lahtfoMocl. glow beyond the Devils Walk and work were with a accompanying strange. skngjongy their ""Guess tramping you folks over can to go them.on Played] Sunday,i Smith, !Iarlcii tiiie Beetled k f I II J

I Inorn Dr. Palmer' excited' chantThe blaze was now confined to home and I/.have he said an bluntly.interest.-My-in the pal Local Stadium I No?*. 1 ami 2, Respectj 1 N. Pepper vs. B. Beaver.
I L. D. Welch vs. A. Akituu..
Wall M it nowhe pd alon* small isolated' flares that were logging land next to Mannleys w
th.. hall knurliing on doors. A quickly stamped out by the expert property. We're going to keep ar. heir, In Cir Cliainpiou) *+ Straus vs. T L1i8OIJ.
>. lUM crept from under Luki and lumberjacks. Vince strai ht- eye out here the rest of the r 1:30 p. m. Sunday the first | Kcrstatcr vs. Blauvelt
'4'" didn'1 rap and ened his aching back .and drew. night." i.
he turned of baseball Lt. Taylor vs. R. Hartm.....
a twin bill will ship
Kalatura other a tired soot-stained hand Julia
wing he sud across came over and smiled Th
up ; City Open Tcaai
.....1)' realized that he cou'dn! his forehead.A i iI at him. Thinks: so;much fOr your .n.ler way between the Pi- I Doubles finals will b played
Sophie "anntf') and I help-if one of you. will come and the Subron 4. 1 I i The Island City Open Single;: '
tttegt. This was no time to ipoe. A : Bonnay I back to the' house; well give you 'kn Tennis Tournament starts today tomorrow at 2 p.m. on the Bay \
T of the' hou... Lt them jThe crisp -voice1' brought coffee and sandwiches." h clubs arc anxious to winger I at Bayview Park with all first view J>ark tennis courts ia a !
.keep,.. their>? T'fry' Intact until hfm around with sudden energy.I He sent her an embarrassedn Albury will have his j rounds to be played by Monday, i best three out of five sets. j
artiest' or Wintry Johann. He nodded. << Gee Miss, that I |
sounds ineup the field. Howell and Welch will play
on May Suitable
After all these "I'm swell. ' 4 j prizes will be
)ears what mat. Johanson. I understand I I '
lered a few hours Some of key Ubieta and Chelo given the winner: and against Harttnstiae and Ct.- a
you re more or less in charge: the Ice in Johanson's Ss : runner-up. '
Julia? clad ln a plaid _nlr and blue eye: melted. "1 suppayou're two old-time Cas-I'I Nick Smith is seeded No., 1 ;' ham. Howell and Welch reached tl
lUrks met him In the halt In her here.Vince stared uncomprehend-* Miss Julia Mannley." he 4.At sland City, may be ,and Ralph Hartenstine is seeded: the finals by defeating Sellers .
Citation. the termed to have forffulten ingly. The man had materializedout said not waiting for Vince's in- i in this game. Both of these J I No. 2, I and Scbonblom two out .i
yesterdays animosity.Wv . of the smoke-shrouded night lroducti I've'n. -I'm Whitey Johan! rs are now playing in Mi- 11)i II Individual matches- are-aS follows -; three. i-3. 5-7. i-1.Hartenstne .
got to get out there. like a wraith. He was rather case.son-" been" assigned to- this i md are in the best of cone I : ;: a former No. 3
Vince a tm.brr fire i I. no Joker wraithlike in appearance too.:.his -I'm.EO glad I j I Nick Smith vs. O'Connor. { man on the Temple Umv fMjr.

They had trouble with Bate I pale hair as lashes and brows were as haps well get you've somewhere(come now.per-" .... .. .. ,.,..., > Lastres will pitch and Joe Pat Conley vs. D. HowelL tennis team has a dtva........
the deputy assigned. to watch underdeveloped cornsilk.: "1 think we're getting some- :rro .will catch for the Pi- S.B. Cooper vs. Lt ConhclL I t service, and fans waUhinc .*tei
KalamL"Mow listenMiss Bate Things after were the police turned over to* where already. he'shot her a MEMBERS: OF THE NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD go ijiio :The SubRon manager has II'I C. Knowles vs. Roberts Smith. i match will see some iMteeei in<
he arrived/ wide
ordered In keep argued. said Vince."I i teeth.grin For showing strong white a huddle at Washington! ia a new attempt to head ell the eleased the name of his Dr. Bingham vs. Graham. i! tennis played.
you peo- a moment-Vine. hated I
.*. see" Johanson eyed him him thoroughly. threatened: : nationwide;; railrcad strike. Left to Tight; John:: Thai :ig pitcher. H. Sellers vs- Spoc 'er. '
< .Julys font beat an Impatient narrowly then called The .the nightcap. San Carlos B. Mosteller Leather bags are wed for ear. ;
h'BateS: group made their vs. C. Sampson.
way cl Houston. Tex. Francis A. :
Scott Jr.
titles. ; O'NeilL Jr of New .
T!uil fire l won our prop over here." i single' file back along the twisting play the American Legion I I Hanchett vs. Y. CarbonelL i TYing water in many .aMeWs
,rrly-yoy'v. pt to let us protectourvelrm. Bates' looked up angrily'at'the trail, Vince:'Joharrson"and.Bales Chairrr.zn Frank P. Douglass of Oklahoma Cit". Douglassand ,under Theodore Albury.y C. W. Smith vs. D. W. CalL ; because leather "breohe&. a.d ti

Ji iwant.. Com with au if you authoritative turned tone to unalloyed but his expression ' getbet.entered The.lights the open front door to O'Neill moved on ta Chicago Thursday to meet with represenlalivcs will have a new crop of Charles Smith vs. J. Sellers. i water kept in it tend to n+as.ia
in the hall
llu beefy face retkiened. "Jeer. miration at the sight of Johanson.: off.but one gleamed cf the railroads end thy union in an elforJ to m:- rs 'and they will be the I I Joe Domenech vs. B. Russell 'fresh and cooL: __

%uu rrrUmlv" put it up to me! The boss:" '". from thQ kitchen wing and from diate the wrga: contrcvcrs*. [West baseball club of 1950." ;...........-.........-.-. . ....... .. ..... . ._._._._._._._._._._._._._._. _.......
MrrJvrnrr" h* let out a bellow "How did this start? Johansonmade the! living Warner the v high school boys and they .
tfotOrouitht a )e.n: young suit- a sweeping gesture. *" as'stetafttdepnty.J guarded the b out to show the older and -
lint out of. the darkened living "I'm not sure but- I've got a game room still his chin reasoned player how the -
r..... "\'.... stay lirre and watch damned good hunch." peacefully! on' his.'chesty sagging Bates. is PULL LEVER 14.C
t'h room tm gear to the fire. The deputy held up an, old face contorted J\ ;t played.- . -y -I.
(\amp on M you two and no funny shirt. Kerosene. fumes were easily Hey Warner! What's the idea! NOTiCE! NOTICE! tFND -
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bu.. .. d .ted.abl._ Wake up man!" > IN FLORIDA '
Julia r"Me" l them **ii'h s--the TUESDAY, MAY ITII
alone a narrow delicate aroma of But Warner didn't si: r. Bates .
I bruth-borderrd trail. Cloud red herring" Johanson: said beefy' blanched. !f JceZ, he .
of resinous. n>oke nude their $I lowly.Vince, isn't dead:'is. he?** : THE La CONCHA HOTELAnnounces r
i eves water and nostrils smart. + began to cough; he'd had Johan n tilted. thfc listless ..
I TJ fire WM still close to the! he same suspicion. Johanson eyed head; blood trickled"thinly from ELECTJohn
I rptund but it leaped from stump him t . the hairline:down to the deput.).', .e 3 3I
I la flump with friffhteninc! s fW'ftII "Is everyone here at the fre! collar.: "NoV but he's been'thoroughly .
I I Ta strange lumberjack from Bonny!" kn ked-UL" i
the adjoining timber land were "Everyone but Miss Sophie As they rubbed Warner's wrists THE CLOSING O.FRAINBOW I
already" .tiratinc. at the ffome! with Mannley and Madam Deveraux it shifted the weight-of his body 'D.arsh 1
i ,,,en alder branches and the they weren't accomplishing: and his hatf.balaneed chair fell
three newcomers set to work much so I sent them, back to forward with an ear-splitting
., grimly with freh-etit' bough make coffee for the rest of us.". clatter. 'Vince saw-then what ROOM DINING F e i .
.They worked wler.ttv.. V'irtceWM Johanson nodded "I ran into they! had missed before-the door ..
hardly aware tiiat; the other them on the trail They're to Simeon. Mannley's bedroom fur
rneeiers of the hoM-ehnld has waiting. had be>unlocked and opened!
loiri.d them in desperation and lie held his hand over his head.' IT. be'..lIti.. 4Q ROOM and BAR i

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1'It11111\'S' : IWOTI IKK: London Theater mile from the site' of Shake For the Summer Months i JUDGE \

GI-rs "nniu.\L: : jnn I pe2rt'S Old Globe: -
Chancellor: ol the ExchequerSir GROUP
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Plan Suggested Stafford Cripps says he will fjJ.rirtTmlu y, HI ay I. 19-18 t
introduce legislation before 1950
I j providing for a grant of not We Thank You for your patronage and bolt forward SUBJECT DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES 3 3'I
"LONDON.-(AP).-Britain is there o I more than $4,000 009 for construction : to serving you gain in the FalL

a'national theater "worthyof of the theatre. . La CONCHA HOTEL. awe
you.ionor mr tulle. your srlccliitn 1rormaif 3 3I
Shakespeare" along the south J. D. McAndrcv/S. Manager.
_t bank of the Thames about .one. Subscribe to ,:The Citizen. : "hut In sewing ax your iimiil: Judge// 1
; 11ill' furernetl solely by Iitrl"/r. "/l/ir

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rj :N "take to the water liker

girls are playing under q.rt In Dixie Lund Va
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PULL LEVER c't erred Wcekiwachee Spring

permits sun rays to reflect t

1 ;x few the seconds.girls: have to leave We Take Our Stand

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,I and VOTE for t ROADWAY j/yoIIr! __ .

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brother of President Truman. 610 Dual Sheet and his CIVIL RIGHTS PROGRAM

.has been ......::1 director of the i i

Federal for western Housing Missouri Administration at a salary forCircuit av COMPLETEBASEBALL i Be mi tacl

.t' ST.!00 B year.FHAMvFlUTKK .
SCORESPOPULAR by Political Promises

p" Judge J

NAMES: BRANDS of Candidates for Uelegatee who quelled M "ITNM>+ "
A l\t-tUU:(: ( .l.\\\' CLERK: : .. STRUCTED" are free to vote FOR or against TKUMAJt
igars: and Cold Only a Solid Slatt of Delegates, .orkjRZ! as a *t.m. .ate

-,. hv1r' ;4. ';- :1--. . GROUP, 7Only . beat TRUMAN -UNINSTRUCTEIT:!: DtkgaHa are
Soft Drinks I not a part of a team!

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I Be Sure

Candidate in Group 1 7 Who

*. x Oivns His Home in This Conntv I your VOTE is S VOTE AGAINST TRUMAN .d *:s

are under OATH td tote ts team AGAINST. 'tRUAJI.tH .



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Judge Aquilino Lopez, Jr., Has Been' Endorsed flv I "Instructed" Delegates to the

Democratic National Convention

by TheEnterprise Miami\ Herald The Homestead Leader- I1 Th.y Hill pull together AGAINST TKIMA.V .\UAL>..T
PEPPER: : and for WHGIIT, .r for .." oilier InN.n' IHm*
agreed apes "y tae Soatkera Slat**."

and by The Miami' Beach Sun-Star. 4th CONOKESS10N.VL UlSIKItT
C. A. H. JorUaa Mr. 1oreM (.. aIaJ....'
Miami Hume

(AI' ,,-ar.. h.'''1 1, ING- ITATtATLASGBDR.
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WILLIAM T. 1 Certtiinl\9 the Monroe County Voters GtOBGK .. iUKCU.rBCD LKNA Bur
(aboTt). 26-year-old Negro from P. COX* liftSLILUAM M. BUBBA
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been appoint o'Clock FoUL w. oar caiLE nBaMBS.
-d br U. S. Supreme 1 CalL HANTUNrB MART D. .ELUVAJIMB
Frankfurter to 1I I &:>K U. T&YW.! .. MU.DBKD: tatW&
Jufic Felix clerks.Coleman to the MONROE Comity CtnnUtltilrU! sJx1 .. CrCHtBX MOKTUiSB B. WtlXBDT.
,.,.. BS one of his Uw I . Park
fa the first Negro in 'e
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the M atorr of the Supreme I ,
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Court to Please MT. ties Itt t* remaad yea a. Eketies: .
poi fment. He b graduate of ... I Uur, .1\ (Politic Adv. paid tor toy Real Dcn>ocrU. lUalH .......,
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? mrst CttfesnPablth4 Competition I .Food Problem

Dally Except: Sunday. by Political Announcements West In- r
I. P. AHTXA*. Ow... _. PvhIUherAOIIIIA Much hullabaloo is going on these Key SYDNEY. AA......-AP)). -
0.RTMA*. B..!._. Mauler Smelled Out
_r," From The CHlxen Building days about the Communist menace in this Because ... nlaq. 41t .... l1llMtf.-
Corner Green and Ana 8treU ? By
()Ill,. holly Newspaper; la Key West and country. That it is a menace, we do not SOUTH BEND. Ind.-Ap)-_ ........ .. : ,I' eta were ......., ..114IM a.d.
ti 1010.COURtJ'' I Fisherman Michael Infalt has a j* For Governor For Commissioner AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF toast a ( IJR.I1. p.e.prietor .

t*t.noI at Key. Weet. Florida a. second claaa matter deny. I favorite fishing hole in a Michi- County' THE CITIZEN OF hM peeled a }latalll s

MKMBRK: OF THIS AMOCIATEI .PRESS Nevertheless, we must not forget for I gan lake and he doesn't like too i!j COLIN ENGLISH I EDNEY Fifth District PARKERFor MAY 1. 1938 the wall: -EM tip K ..... w.
The AMeelaled! Press Is exclusively entitled to one moment that there is another and far ., starve!"
.' In* rpro4nrtloa of all news dispatches credited much company when he is working 1 J For Governor I
h%ia..lhs..If K local Mot thtrwbie news published credited here.In this paper and more dangerous threat facing our Ameri- it. Infalt has no monopoly on I II t BERNARR MACFADDEN i County Commissioner Not only the great white herons present The. eelesihfllhv4r IlK-

.L-B: tvay of life. Surprisingly enough, this the hole but he has a system that ] Fifth Districtv. getting great in numbers on the farmed Ity Ntbly AlMile Joao.bueg. .
[\II. Tear __ -In... danger stems not from these card-holding serves the same purpose.He t.I For Governor i \ A. PARRISHFor Keys and Key West but so are The Wide was al is4 M
-:,t Month 5.0t DAN McCARTY the beautiful oreate spoonbttls.
I Shies Month.. ..- __ Lit 1.00 i members of the Communist Party, but goes to his favorite spot a'JT-'| SuperintendentPublic E. M. Moore Audubon Societies sport eloN+ee:

1rw.ahly' .25 the thousands of otherwise patriotic citi- about dawn and ualallyfinds For Governor' Instruction warden, with much experience., At .. asarssimslt .... ft

ADVERTISING! RATES zens whose thinking has been \warped! and flotilla of other boats anchored at , 'W. A. SHANDS I II' WILLARD M. ALBURYFor among water birds reports. U. S. Ctwrt. SsuMere' 1Dilbiet 4Jere
Made Known oa Application the hole. Then he sets up a gasoline Florida. prrMsM owwW. Iy.
.r..c.'L MOTICE distorted by the smooth-sounding left-wing burner on the boat seat and (BILL) I I SuperintendentPublic Final J meeting of the Key West IL Bwrwtt .tlutwm A4gpraa. ref.

All readlnr sodas cards of thanks, resolutions propaganda which has been, and i is flooding fries bacon and eggs. Other fishermen Committee arranging for the May of reject *. the mewlar
ft r.. "'t. obituary notices, poems, etc. will be inhale the aroma get so For State* Comptroller t Instruction lth celebration of the 25th anniversary the late Jutyr JeIr, a.
rharK4 for at the rats of 1& rents a line. the country of
,:N4it-'' for entertainment by churches frog which hungry they can't stand it and EDWIN G. FRASERFor HORACE O'BRYANTFor of the first airplane Browne wan reed .bjr Jtle..e
,a revenue Is .. h* derived are .fc cents a line. These confused; 1 Americans are the paddle back to shore for break I flight from Key West to Havana Arthur ac-.c e( Ifce a... &
The Olllsea la forum and Invites dls-
e.. A of public,. and subjects of local or first to deny that their aims are identical fastee.eeeee.eee.e..a.e State Comptroller Superintendentof made by Domingo Rosillu will Court.
.eneral Intercut but It will sot publioh anonymousmmuahatloaa. be hold Friday at, the Cuban
... with those of Moscow-directed: agentsin (Incumbent) Public Instruction
C. M. GAY : MELVIN E. RUSSELLFor Club. 8 p. m. i Members of II-) Shut IVvsp
this country. Hut as "dupes of this .
Radio 52 will rally thw ees .e a4 7 3:11:
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I same philosophy, they have become con- Programs For Railroad Commissioner i 1 .Member School Board Election of the candidates in o'clock and at III expected that tAe

ADVQCATED BY THE CITIZEN vinced that the free enterprise system ......................... RICHARD A. MACK Second District the Florida State Primary is buta full ebersbiP of U e terptsiaa-
r short time distant and seekers
f Wesley
will be in atundann- -
which has made us the most envied country GERALD H. ADAMSFor after office and those who are Iltwse an the tnarp\ quarter
1. More Hotels and Apartments. in the history of the world is now done NETWORK PROGRAMS For State SuperintendentTOM I now in and ere*working harder
Eastern Local I Time. For central 1 D. BAILEY Member School Board than ever to tie the lmae ends ; i
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. for and must be abandoned. They offer us subtract on. hour, for mountain I Today The Citizen <*yan. I
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3. Airports-Land'and Sea. subtract two neura. Some local sta. Second District of their campaigns together in paragraph:
a program of planned socialism which, tens chang. hour or relay to fit I For Circuit Court Judge < order to solidify their forces and
4. Consolidation of County and local schedules. Last minute ALLAN L. HAMPTONFor "Whilf take two to dtsagee.
City Governments. when carried out to its end, l leaves only a changes cannot b* included.program (Group One) I' have their constituents piesrnt a it also takes two to ag....:. ,
Bill HERIN solid front at the polk tiimmorIOW. I
3. Community Auditorium. )police state-a dictatorship.We 1 ( ) .Member School Board .

need only look at what's hap- SATURDAY MAY 1 For Circuit Court Judge Fourth District
pened to other nations which have turned lYenIny JULIO CABANAS JR. Travelers] the t
::00-Summary of New*-nbe II Group 1 I returning over Judge Olio x
to a socialistic form of Government for our Newscast Network Music Every Tlm Day_-cb JOHN D, MARSHFor highway report that the fire .
MONOGRAPH\ Dane Timenibsbask1:15Reltgbn aba For Member School Board which has been burning on the I
answer. Individual opportunity and initi- Rumors
la News nlxJ Keys since Saturday has practically i Says
I Circuit Court JudgeI Fourth District I
: "flear: Voters" ative withered anti died. The "common In My Opinion-ebs I I devasted an area of. al .nit
U.blw: if sssagesabo1.30NBC Group 7 (Monroe County) ISADORE'EINTRAUB I

: >I'V: candidates\ for public office ,man"-for whom these!'; advocates of a The Kentucky Symphony. ,lierby-o9. e . 'rIncuatb4p3.r:1,". lone-half i mile in scope. j Base Lies

:i Jl ve'avowed. that they will conduct! planned l economy promise great things Jlarry 1J&J<<:. Wtemer Uuee-rsbe-has.bports-,kxj AQUliiNe.) LOP Z,. .l R.fI For Member School Board i This morning beautiful BayJ I! former jude *

: their offices! honestly if elected, which became a mere con in a bureaucratic ma- I-News and 'C>mm"ribry-cba I Fifth District 'J i view PJI k was the scene of gay. Joseph Otto
Jack l!.. Comment : the Circuit Court in Key W-.
ll bef
: moans! they will not take graft, but none chine subject to the whims and) decisionsof :OO-Mr. Ac k JarK-obs-a l For ,CtrSuit'Court Judge; LILLIAN TINGLERFor I[ Spring activity. Children danced today said that political enemies
Melody Incorporated-a be I Group 7. (Monroe County) :I ; and skipped to the tunes played
has specifically said a regimented(: autocracy. No long r spreading rumors that, m
: so. Hawaii CaNs Jd.usiciaGa-.lYlba Candidate ',' Clerk of Criminal CourtC. [iby the Key West Hospitality : were

THE ORACLE.U. .could he determine what kind of a job he 7:30-Abe Curtain Burrow Time Song Jl'2ma-D1IIa;
could get or where he would work or any Ibis Is Adventure-abc B lrusso. lie" J... .
News Broadcast-mbs I | -It is a bas political .
of the other things which we in America 7:4!-n. Carmichael Song-cbs For State Attorney For Clerk of Criminal Court Otto declared "Key West if my
Twin News Comment: -mbs00 HARRY Miss Stella Vsldez, grand- .
N. CHARTER MAY BE REVISED take for his t. GLENN C. MINCER DONGO : hometown wa.thfo .honst'te4te' ft
granted as constituting rights : -The Life or Riley-nbc daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. Juan \
To Be Announced.. Re-election parents, and. m the even* .*
and privileges as a citizen.So Roes Dolan. DetectivesheTwenty I Avila. 807 Elizabeth street be- j" my
For Supervisor of I entire family sad
Section my
Questions Quiz-mbs the bride ef Cecil E. Smith my
i came
Sixteen Senators of both political parties don't be misguided by labels. Com- 1:30: -Truth or Consequences For State Attorney Registration I'. Saturday night at the home of the [ I will reside' here "

have demanded immediate revision of munism happens to be a serious problemnow Famous Jury Trials-abc 1 WEBSTER G. WALLACE JOHN I i .. ...
Stop Me, Uas Sbow-mitt *, ENGLANDFor bride's grandparents. Only near I I i Pai4 P.liiial *tln. *m l
: the United Nations Charter. Senator Homer but Americans; want no part of a "Po- OC-Hit: )Joan Davis Parade.ComedycbsGang : Sinatra-nbc" I[ relatives and close friends were \
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For State RepresentativeFor -- -- -- - -
C Ferguson of Michigan i is the author lice State" program, whatever it may be Keep Uptth Busier I'noma-"Io Kh2s-mb>* I. Re-nomination DAVID E. McCURDYFor

of the resolution which calls upon the President labelled. :30-Judy Canora Sbow-nboV I
Vaughn Monroe show- 'bs I BERNIE C. PAPY I
to carry out a new policy which Murder Name of and kong Malone Uuiz--abc nibs' Judge Juvenile Court OPEN LETTERTo

e would kill the abolition of the veto by Russia We know several individuals:, who can 10:00-Kay Kyser College-nbo, For State Representative FRANK O. ROBERTSFor

: and reduce the number and strength tell you what i is:, wrong with the world. ;A* Saturday Cbicato Prof (Juiz Theater-Serenade abc-basic-mbsV -cbs MILTON, A. PARROTT Justice of Peace the Voters of Monroe County
(Mickey) I
: of warships, war planes and heavy guns. :-The Grand Ol. Opry-flba '; First District
It Fays to Be ijxnormntbs By DR. THOMAS (). OTTO
: The movement also proposes; to create a WE LIKE AWARDS Hayloft Hoedown-abe i For State Representative?! IRA F. ALBURYFor
11:00-News &: Variety Z hrs.-nbc I In the spirit of justice and fair pUy. I am urgfa* die
World police force and to upset most of the Re-election
Dance Z hrs -cti: I TOM WATKINS M I
voters of Monroe County to return Judge Joseph Otto to tae
and Dane Hour he
: jxiKtinjr have stren th- One of the interesting customs of the .
programs that been Dance; ft )I Downey-nibs Circuit Bench of Monroe County.
: nine the armed forces of the World. "for American people is to present awards confer 12.00-Dancinz Continued-abc-west. For Sheriff i, I For Justice of Peace I Judge Otto was appointed to this high office by Co..,..
,.. First District
1 the next war." I \ honors and select the; best of ,this andthat. ...FRED, O..>> ._EBERHARDT 1, PAUL BOYSEN Holland (U.S.. Senator). to fulfill the term of tM lAte Hell
NETWORK-PRO'G MS- Arthur Gomez. The Monroe County Bar Association all Civioj
The United States i is'not backing down .

L I. bit. We are calling .upon Russia for. afthowdown. The process, goes through onr social subtract Eastern on.Local hour Tim, *for:For mountaIn'celOiN'.. .t T ye*RAFAEL*.. For-Shriff H. FER; R. '':-1: '' Flois,Justice'.of;; Peac s ;&:" j' ,. Monroe organizations and Dade'of Key Counties West. and endorsed many him prominent unreservedly c&*.ns M a T f

: while at the same time ourmilitary structure like a knife through a piece of.cardborots subtract.ha two..9.bourn hour ofvelar Some local t.stations tit L(Known as Mr.--Gfass_apdt_ W Second District .. bona ,fide ,Key Wester: to hold this office. Judge Otto .."tel
5 and, naval and The' Government makes loc 1,.chedule.. Last minute pro. 1V1YRTLAND' GATES' distinction Us.
air. strength* gram changes cannot be included. with and only political preferment prevented

Ing. fortified to ,meet anj; outbreak from awards institutions of learning confer degrees I! For Sheriff 1 remaining in this office for which ho now seeks election.
SUNDAY, MAY 2 ALTON GOEHRING jl jlII For Justice of Peace Our Grandfather Dr. Joseph Otto served this CotnmuaitTfromvthe
Hujwia:! and its satellites.! : and associations of all kinds select II ,
Afternoa ("Dutch") 'I I Second District Civil War period until shortly before the Spaaisa
The famous commentator Walter this and elect that for honor
: person some
1:00; -America United. Talks-ibo ROY HAMLINFor American War. Our Father. Thomas O. Otto. Sr.. served th.
I ippmann has observed: "We are in the which the donor somewhat persumptu- Sam Doorway' ettensill to Life TalkbeWm. --cbs I For Sheriff 1 1I S 'I Community throughout his lifetime and gave unstintedly *.

formative stages of one of the great historic ously assumes the right to confer. hirer Comment-mbs I EVERETT R. RIVAS I! Justice of Peace every charity until shortly before World War One

enterprises in modern times.-the There are citizens of this democratic 1:1*The-Editor Music at Box Home-mb abc-baalc I I II Second District I Every member of our family served in World War On*.
t:30: -Chicago Houndtable-nbc For Sheriff EUGENE SANCHEZ and Judge Joseph Otto served for one year in the Anerfesa
construction, of a new political community country who lay great store upon some Tell It Again Drama-cbs I BERLIN A. SAWYERFor i iI (COFFEE) Expeditionary Force as an officer in a Machine-Gun Battalioa.

made up of the older nations of Europe and award from overseas. Millions seek to To NationalCM Bo Announced ers--abc mbs I ReelectionFor I It i I have served the citizens of Monroe County for tie past

the" nt'nation!\ which are descended! from gain offices of various kinds in the multitude 2:00: -CBS Olmsted Is There& CO.-nbc 1" For Justice of Peace I twenty years without thought of compensation whenever ttolf

them-all of them the heirs and all of of organizations. Everywhere men \\ttk Around \Vorkf-abc t Sheriff ? Second District circumstances were in doubt.
Air lorce :ihow::; -mbs
them.. the bearers of the same civilization." and women seek to have somebody put an 2:30-Robert Merrill Concert-nbcNews r JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD i iI SAMUEL R. SILBERMANSAM Judge Otto like all the Otto family. seeks to serve tin
Coinmemarj: - Community as did his forefathers.I
approving stamp them their workor l're!Klent-:abc For Clerk Circuit Court ; (
upon of )
News: \..terans 'anel-mb. I urgently solicit: your vote in my brother's campaign and
NOT ACCORDING TO HOYLE their personality.We :4S-Opinion Comment-cbs EARL R. ADAMS --- ---- can assure you Judge Joseph Otto is the best qualified man
$:00-Music Parade. Comment nbc For Constable
have no objection to the habit of The Symphony Hour-cbs for this office.

The sweep of Harold[ Stassen in Wisconsin individuals of cherishing such empty! House t-asste.of Dug lUytbm-olbs-baslo lh'ama-abc II( For FRANK Clerk of BENTLEYFor Circuit Court'': RAUL First A. CARBONELL District (Signed)

and Nebraska! has upset all the awards. Even the public is gradually becoming 3:15-American Almanac-abc _-- - ---- UK. THOMAS( O. OTTO.
3:30 One Man's Famil -nbo
prophets.! The "wise" politicians:' got off aware of the fact that most of. them S. hale &renade-.lbe} County Tax Assessor For Constable ct'l .1'.tti.; .31 .Iv"r""m''''',
The Juvenile Jur}-mbs
on the wrong foot in pinning their hopeson :, are prejudiced by favoritism or some sel- 4.-00-Quiz Khls. Joe .IIY-hIlO CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO : First District - .

leiierals McArthur and Eisenhower. fish interest on the part of the*donor and John House B.of Ke""edy-abC 1l'Stec7-mbs -t CARL-, -. INGRAHAM t T
For County Commissioner % ; - - -
And on the other side of the political fence the donee. The eagerness with which recipients .4:15: D--Cal News Tlnney: Living Talks! 194*--abc nbo First District * 1 t- v'c For Constable : m a A141RIU'OYTtrANIM.

Henry Wallace seems to be waltzing down bestir themselves to receive such Opera To Be Announced Auditions: --ab cbs<: JOE ALLEN C 1 iE!! *..*' lFirst District : i e OUTBOAI I

the shadowy lane to defeat. Democratic empty honors j k an indication of uncertainty : Dhtecliv. i.1).terles-mb5> I HARRY H. JOHNSONFor v
1:00-The Sunday Theater-obo e irs TNI NIW
leaders in Washington have finally begun as to )life and its meaning.A Janett Da via Sous-cbs r, For County CommissionerFirst i R

to switch their support to President Tru- The Treasury:Shadow::; A t'nt-abe l.'ram.L-mbs District ConstableFirst
t:1S-PhU Davis Orcb.--cba J. OTTO KIRCHIIEINER m
: DistrictC.
man-seemingly in the growing belief thatif friend i k not always the man who
':.3O-Phil SpitalnT Girls( -<*s
J lit cannot win in the election that no tell; you bow wise and good you are. Counter Quick as Spy a 'Ialth-mba Drama-abo For County CommissionerFirst FLONEY PELLICIERFor

other Democrat can make the grade. This Evening I District ConstableFirst OU'.OA. MOTfB)

all seems to be the greatest combination inelectionday THE TAFT-HARTLEY LAW :00-Catholic Radio Service-nbo W. CSUGAR) SWEETING : DistrictBENJAMIN s.. it owl'
The Time cbs
family -
( puzzledom that has occurred Drew Pearson Comment-abc : 518870 .It'.
J. PIERCE truly remorkoW-l YOM
Those \V .bittr fekit-mu For County CommissionerThird i
nine Taft ran as a Republican ; Rooseveltas !'; There i is in existence Washington /:1*-News Summary-abc I' DistrictCLARENCE (Bennie) 4 I 'wont befiovo it until, you s.. Rhis
Hull Moose' .. *-30-Hollywood I'rnlew-nbe one motor that dos what
a both of whom were defeated a joint Congressional) Committee that has Percy Faith Concert-cbs HIGGS
Greatest Story Ever: ToM-abe i For yow always thought it would
by Woo-lrow) ConstableFirst @
Wilson. been watching the operations of the .
new Nick Carter. Detective'* i b its two motors to

Labor Act. This group insists that the law 7:00-Jack: The l.Benny... Autry Comedy t>how--nbc cbs: II For County District CommissionerFifth I District S you over the water of tpeeds

:- BUILDING THAT CAN WAIT i is working well without undue hardshipon 1 Sherlock Love: A.henlure-sbC Holmes-mbs WILLIAM G. CURRY BERNARD H. WAITEFor that take your breath 0..'

employers or employee The best 7:30-Phil and Alice-nooBlondi I i il -- and it throrrtes down to perf ed;
: A and Vajwvod--cbs I Constable t Growling,m4e-on-ht1Yf trottwa.
recommendation comes from the opinions by leading commentators and editorial Gabriel The Clock Heatter Drama bhow-abc-mb. I For County Commissioner f Second District Sav S IT'S the now MARTIN MOTOtI

White' House asking Congress to approve writers all express the belief that :00-Kdgar Bergen. Charlie--tine) I Fifth District i, JOSE ESPINOSA .u t. ..; S . flood-proof sputter-proof

:a $65,000,1)00) appropriation to build permanent the new law has begun to weld labor relations Sam the Spade Music AdveutOre.cjoStop Uuiz-abc \ HARRY L. HARRIS l . inttont starting. Its spar

} headquarters for the United Nations -- into a pattern different from that existing :30-The Fred Mediation Allen! Comedy Board--nbc mbs i I For County Commissioner For Constable S king performance s.ptdes n
In The Man Called l A- a revolutionary now prhdpie.
New tot
: York City. Senator Flanders under the Wagner Act. That experi- Movies Commentary- Filth District I ..: : Second District I . ..cIJonica l-co..d

greeted the recommendation by telling the ment was responsible for more failures a:5Fh.:**-Xews Minutes Broadcast-mbs I JOE JOHNSON I I CHARLES G.. PAPY I S popped varVeifMARTIN

Senate that "we cannot bring a dying body than victories, in bringing employers and a:00-J.1 rry-Co-Roundn'bcTo Xe..s-cbs t-- - 44 S gives yow ...-y.Ihing .
back to health Announcedbs. tj I l you would& and
by erV
building u.
a $65.000.000 employees together.The Walter> \\inchell Time-abc
mausoleum.I :. Meet Mo at 1'jjky smbsgasHollywood j -ELECT- See peel non outboard motor.
said that such 1
buildings coal ran amuck because the : Comment-abc 1I I : plus many highly-important

would represent "temples to a lost cause" door was closed against John L. Lewis, who '.30-Mickey Vbum Rooney Familiar Mory\lusic-nba<-bs ROLLINS S. ftdwsivo features

Senator, you" seem to have "got off on the finally was brought to realize that he could Jim Theater Backus Guild Corned Hour T--abc mbs HARRY H. JOHNSON
foot. for
rigHt I
e not crash the gate at the White House and 10:00-Tako It or Leave It-i NKscapo >

get support to win a clumsy strike. He i is I of Drama Mrings;Seriescbsvoices -mbs ; CONSTABLE FIRST DISTRICTI I OLTBOARD Soo It folios,
Now that 10:30-Horace Meidt Show-nbe RIOTOUS
baseball teams have gotten likely to quit defying the courts. Strike It Rich. QuizcbsCommentary \ Ifsojhtautyl.
under : on \Iuvi.s-abc I . Efficient . Exjterienceil at
way there are millions of Ameri Despite all of the existing troubles Latin-American Serenade-mbsI0:4i i I 1 MMB BVnVBBBBBBBBBBBB*'

; cans who will lose! some of their interest between employers and labor unions it is 110: -News Xetwork&; Variety Music-abc 2 lira.-nbc Pull Lever e29C Outboard Motors Service Corp.

? In what somebody says about somebody only 'fajr to say that things are running News Scows; ,and\ariety.Dance Dance Band Z-abc bu-b.:: : IN LITTLE RIVER

.. else. better in the affairs of national industries. News Dance 1&l1d1: iir*.-tuts ''P".I" P..t'1.. .ht 1.\ Frirnil.. l 385 NX. 79th Street. Miami 31. Florida
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Chapter 13 fear that the flames would sweep I fcHmm starting to rain, that's: a .J
EVEN u Vince listened for the toward I .Janii. Even the. Lin help."
. .4 crackle cf flame the air grew Gook family had formed a bucket One of lumberjacks who
t pungent with burning pine brigade from the water's edge had shoulders like a stevedore
and were accompanying their
the glow came tramping; over to them. J
htlihtened. Devils Walk work with a strange. srngrongychant "Guess you folks can go on
home' he said bluntly,. "My pat
Ignoring Dr. Palmer's excited The blaze was now confined to and I have an interest in the
"Wntt U it now*" he sped along small' isolated flares that were logging land next to Marmfey's
the hall knocking on doors. A quickly stamped out by the expert propertv. We're kee
liht crept from under Luki's and lumberjacks. Vince Straightened eye out here the rest of pthenight" ;
to Kalami's other wing he sud: tired soot-stained hand across Julia came over and smiled up
denly realized his forehead. at him. *
that he cou'dn't Thanks so much fdr your
waken Sophie Mannley and I help-if one of you. will come
Hugh. This was no time to expose ARE you Bonnay back to the house well give you
the term of the house. Let them crisp -voice: brought coffee and sandwiches."
keep their mystery intact until hfm around with sudden energy.. He sent her an ?
the arrival of Whitey Johamon He nodded. grin. -Gee Miss. that sounds
After all these )ears what mattered "1'mJohanson.. I understand swell. '. :asa
a few hours? you're more or less in charge Some of the ice in Johanson's
Julia clad in a plaid shirt and here" .blue eyes meltt'd.1 supposeyou're
lUrks met him in the haiL In her Vince stared uncomprehendingly. Miss Julia Mannley." he
agitation she said not waiting for Vince's in-
reemed to have forgotten 'The man had materializedout
yesterday's animosity.. of the smoke-shrouded night troduction. "I'm Whitey Jo ansonI've t3
"We ve got to get out there like a wraith. He was rather case." been assigned t Vince-a timber fire is no joke!" wraithlike in appearance too.his "I'm

I the They had trouble with Bates. pale hair, as lashes underdeveloped and brows cornsilk.were as haps vieII so glad get you've somewhere come nuw per-" .,' .l ......"."..,
deputy assigned to watch "I think we're getting some--
Kalami.Now. "Things were turned over to where already" he shot her MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD go; inia
li, .*n. Mis!'." he argued Bates after the police arrived* wide grin showing a .
."I said Vince. strong white a huddle at Washington in a new attempt to head dl the
was ordered keep you peo t eth. For a moment.Vince hated
Die here.** **I see." Johanson eved him him thorouchlv.. threatened nationwide railrcad strike. Left to Tight: John Thai
.Julia's foot beat an impatient narrowly then called h'BateS The group -made their
way Scott. Jr. ef Houston Tex Franc's A.
O'Neill. Jr.,
t. Uou. of New .
"That fire U on our prop- over here. i finale file back along the twisting
T erty you've got to let us protect Bates looked up angrily 'at the traIl,. Vince;.Johart l'1-and Bates > Chairmen Frank P. Douglass of Oklahoma Cit Douglass:
ourselves. Come with us if you authoritative tone but. his expression -' entered the open front door to- .
t ..rant." turned to unalloyed- getbef. The.'lights in the hall had and O'Neill moved on la Chicago Thursday to meet with representatives -
I nu oeery race reddened.JeeL miration at the. sight of, Johanson.The : been turned off but one gleamed : cf the railroads end tb SS unions in an cifort, to mediate
you rrrtamlv put it up to me! boss!" -' from tlia kitchen wing and from the was centrcverso.NOTICE .
Her Warner" he let out a bellow How did this start?" Johansonmade the Warner the :
h brought a lean assistant jrfstetanC*-depoty .
I young a sweeping gesture. guarded the
out of the darkened living "I'm not sure but I've got a game room still, his chirr"sagging .
roMm. "You stay here and watch damned, good hunch." peacefully "on' his ('heB.te's. ; .
this room. I'm going: : to the fire. The deputy held up an_ old face contorted
Come on you two and no funny shirt Kerosene fumes were easily. "Hey Warner! What's the idea? I NOTICE!
I business. detectable. Wake up man:" .
Julia guided them alone nar- -It has the delicate aroma of But Warner didn't stir. Bates
row brush-bordered trail. Cloudsof red herring." Johanson said beefy "Jeez, he
resinous smoke made their Slowly. isn't dead,"'is. he?" : THE La CONCHA HOTEL
eves water and nostrils smart. i Vince began to cough; he'd had Johan n tilted: the listless
I TKe fire was still close to the the same suspicion. Johanson ej etf head,; blood'' trickJed thinly frori .
ffound but it leaped from stump him, . the hairlme.down-to: the deputj" Announces
to stump with frightening speed "Is everyone here at the fire! collar. -No/ but he's been thoroughly .
To strange lumberjack. from Bonnay? knoeked-out.
the' adjoining timber land were Everyone but Miss Sophie As they rubbed Warner's wrists THE CLOSING OF
already beating at the flames with Mannley and Madam Dcveraux it shifted the weight.of his body
preen alder branches and the they weren't accomplishing and his half-balanced chair fell
three newcomers set to work much so I sent them bark to forward with an ear-spLtting
grimly with fresh-cut bou hL. make coffee for the rest of us." clatter. 'VInee saw-;then what RAINBOW ROOM DINING
I They worked s.i1t" Johanson noddecV -I ran into they had missed before-the door
ws hardly aware tliat the other them on the traiL They're to Simeon.. Mar.nleyX. bedroom ,
members of the household ha** waiting. had been unlocked and opened!
coined them in desperation .andS He held his hand over his head. (TIe'.BtlB.e4J ROOM and BAR
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Tnll:\ \* BROTHER .London] Theater mile from"Okl the Globe site' of Shakepeare's For the Summer Months

.Chancellor ol the ExchequerSir
U- Plan Suggested- Stafford Cripps says he will Effcrtiro 7W y, May /. JVIttVe
introduce legislation before 1950j
j 1 I providing for a grant of not Thank You for your patronage and liolc forward
: LONDON.-CAP).-Brila to j morc than 54,000 001 for construction to serving you gain in the FalL
% have national theater- 'worthy .: of the theatre. La CONCHA HOTEL. ..

of Shakespeare" along the south J. D. McAndrews. Manager. _

bank of the Thames about _,one ; Subscribe to The Citroen ,
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brother of President Truman. j t -

has been named director of the

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for .e.tll'n Missouri at a salary .

e' 17.100 a ytar.FRANKFURTER .

... .NAMES- .Grcuit. Judge "

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Only Cfiudltlatp in Group 7 Who{

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Judge Aquilino Lopez, Jr., Has Been Endorsedby

The Miami Herald, Homestead Leader-

Enterprise, and, by The Miami Beach Sun-Star.

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I (WILLIAM above). M-ytM-old T. COLEMAN.Negro from JR. I Certainly the Monroe County. j' )t '.cSHOULD

Philadelphia has been appoint j GIVE THEIR SUPPORT
.d by U. S. Supreme

Justice Felix Frankfurter to the MONROE County Caudldolell
svrvv as oae of his law I .
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e Coleman is the first Negro in

ten 'history of the Supreme I
Court to receive such an appointment.
I H. is a graduate of
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.- LEGAL5 I .Te- Weather I '.ADS TILBURY-aIiSQ

.. -. L% TttF. fIRClIT fOVRT OF CLASS IF 8 EDIiiforiuatioii NEON SERVKE.
)..I.EE'TH Jl IHCI.4I. (-. THr.J w. SpMikHt U All '
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of MwiIT'S
Kinds .Sepal
IIVK ('Ol\T*. l\ rH \':.:*'.' .
11-333 r Key West and Vicinity: Partly aDd UtbtiII9 2tb Mp a, 6
SAUL. S. LEW. 1 for the Advertisers {!
Plaintiff. cloudy today tonight and Sun- j

vnOTICK TO .*PPK.K day. Little change in tempera- 'I lAYMKVrPayment
"'EI.I.L"Y.. RATES Foil nKKrLAIt * .
.' tJlr Gentlr moderate. northeasterly J BLAtHPACK. TIP'KI fur classified adrertl'

TUU. CELL I.KVT.Krfcndant.19 Conre. winds today becoming j meets In invariably with In tulvatx-ledger*. bat.Ad..t'rtha..menls accounts DICK ERV
head advertiser
thin regular
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.A herebyre.tuirp.l> nu bH IVi the tw file jnr appramnce Florida:-Fair-today and tonight j' the .alr ul 2<- a ward far each In- menu charged.
't ahot. <|IV'' UK.OMM-:
for PI
aetivn. c-n or before May 17th. 1!t'4 Sunday fair ;to. partly. tloudy. :wrtlon. I.ut the words minimum less charge Is lkTo Insure nblU-alloi. ropy MontI forATTORNEY
IS or
,. t j-on.>r a default'wilt Iff ntre in The CilUen office before IIo'clock I

i J Iron' and <>r.lprf04' at Ky Gulf of Mexico: and Jack wernV. anal the minimum charge for in the mourning of the Jay l
: Wrst words Is tic. of pultU<<:.Uon. II
FI"rlt... thin I the first li
1 I!I1.SHAM. Ifith day of April. A_ sonville' through the Florida I' GEHffiAfc
'in".e .Gentlft '
( straits to moderate variable -

:Mwyrr. winds today becoming moderate I I \11 adcertleinE II' accepted under lb. following rvnditta a.. : fa the
'lrrk nf the AWvr uurt. southerly by tonignt and' event ..r trror I. adcertisin" ,[. transl..nt 4)rontr..t.. The l.'lIiz.. will ire
:Ky: (*<1) Kathleen ... .ntl I.
XotlaJ:''', I re"punllhlr! only for the first Ins rtlfl" In .In. tdserli.i.a.
Iwputjr Cierk. moderate occasionally fresh i j 1)b.rla7 ..rtl.I.. for only the .tual amount ur space -up.ed I.} the .
apr.I-marl-t.il4t. south southwesterly winds ; part or tile adcertlsemewt here the error Ut't."url'

I Sunday. Fair to partly cloudy j i I. . . . . . . . . . . . .
I.V THE mirl'IT rill weather t
Ki..:*.:'TH jiuin,.. IIHIIIT Jacksonville j I HELP WANTED-MALE FOR RENT
OP THE: T&It... ...........&. to Apalachicol' < |
lAM> FOR OMtOK t'O' VT. I'. Nolsmall-cnfft-'flf>> storm warnings I j (
CHAMJ'KRV.. hat ebeets..fssted. Defense Jobs: In outside USA. bedroom furnished home on
?HNI>rrj FAY f.'area.liAUt-KV. "- :.s ,,': i iLlil Card brings information about I large lot in good residential

enF.XSH.\W. Plaintiff list: order blank. Foreign & Domestic section for period of 6 months
nil ORt'X Empl. Directory, Box I from April 15th. Johnson and
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'REXSiL'tt. .
I>*rn<)anL 145, D6 Spokane 2, Wash. I Johnson. mayl t)

To UHIIKK. IIP PI BI.IC.4TIOV mayl-ltx i!

n..l/ UllMin 'ren-haw. Sea te Srkests Store 218 Simonton. 35x60. Available -
i 712 N. lath * Kurt $"'lth. Arkansas' Mr. and Mrs. Grady Sykes I man May 1st. Suitable all kinds

You are tierebv, reqnlrml to- appear 829 Elizabeth streeU. announce you're interested and want to I of business. H. Altman Phone

to'th" Hill tinMjorv* filed against the birth' (if a-: boy born at 7:47 work towards a successful career 682. apr144 -Et
you the above
before the lath' diy styled..f cause,ra). (-V..R or a.m. today weighing eight pounds I write c/o P.O. Box 715 in

IMS..tb rwt-e the allegation 1)1 and five.ounces at the Key West own handwriting, including a Storage space available. RedBrick

faineO feme therein will be taken an ('< Municipal! -Hospital..POR recent photograph. mayl-3t Garage for storage, furniture -

I and Ordered at Key Wet ; or commercial. For information .

I'I' IIMS.Klurlda.. Ibis Ktb day'c>f April. A'I 'UNT-BOOMS HELP WANTED-FEMALE Phone 798.

(CJiCCIT. rouirr SEAI.) may l-U

I . fn. C'tiawc.r. Ceoles t hoUl.rooms in town. AU Lady crew managers, experience EXPERIENCED
Clerk vf flroAit I I
.. '. !'>.: Crfi Anne .". Longwort, outeid:;Lrg. (lean and com- unnecessary. Also salesladiesfor Business place. 611 Fleming ;) .Assistant Attorney

: Deputy Clerk. fvrtibl-:w weekly summer full or part time. Phone Street (downstairs). Suitable .Attorney Stele Road Dept
TTilliaui V. Albury.Attvmey ;
f..r VUlntiff.apr.l .. rattsl: Iattuirs manager. Jets 1195-M. apr30-3t for-office, shop etc. Phone 51apr26U ; .Tborow9hlf Esperisn.4
tri tnayl-S.194S ftnea Hel.C-JIU DuTal Street. county and city lapel *a41

: / ,' apr28.4tx WANTED I I proWflM 1i
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\ THE .n. IT ro< HT op THK CAPABLE
Iy !; { ELEI EaTH JI"DI(1A1. t'IRt 1 IT Nets furnished i
1'/ beautifully
Or rru: STITK OP . ., ; OVCRSEiAS.HOTEL G. I. interested in 4 to 15 onej j I ..RK09. ....nLtJIi..t "
I\ AND rnn.UO.MtOE COL.ITfV bedroom house. $95.00 per his allLlta.w4l.
for striiian
1IHA.M'KHl.. %. 917 Fleming Street I acres waterfront on Keys be- month until January 1. 1919. ly !
( a.e >.. 1-341 : Weekly Hates tween Key West and Marathon. I InH9ritrI
L. SI. HOUH. $8.00 iO.QQ.. 12-00 Must Apply 626 Grinnell Street or I'
to to $15.00wilh be a bargain. I will pay ' 1' .
Plaintiff. .Phone 1317R. .
v... IMVOltCK Bath I I I taxes and balance to owner.

J-Lb.\Vr. : i:. II.",It. Special. Rates to Service Men 1 t What have you to offer Write IIi .
l OP-PI $MLICATIO.\. = ', details and price in 1'st letter. i Clean; comfortable double room. ,| ;-- ---

7t s ' .* VMfsi.lF.if.0L apr:9-tI'l I am not a real estate man. btrt- in a quiet neighborhood at summer i ,
"'<<;f nor I:.. Iluud. : J-
'ean. cool am interested in building a rates at Young's Tourist '
f:ute X".. :." roor s. Tl F; 1,
'eystal (pringe. beach. Special summer rates.BeaCh.GucstjHousc I little burnt,. Write Box BRB j t' Rest. 1721 Flaglcr Ave. Al. |

t I 1323 White i co' Key West Citizen. ) a.large brick cottage completely :
Voa-'are herebynpouired tv p p. : .' j jj WKWF Todaf
_ar tv the Hill of Complaint forlriv'r.e Street- ..apr29-3tx i apr23-12t furnished for light housekrcpjng.

In the abase entitled ('au-e | Phone 1172-J after
on nr Iwforethe Mih lay "f ;\fay.A. Your patronage at Club 116. Fitzpatrick
l'. Uta vibemi-'the ellega'iona ' : FOR SALE. -j p.m. apr302lj \
therein Street. If arc look- j 6:05 o'C1oc
will be taken a? confessed" you at rtlcr fo r tu run X e.t'fu'he published a e w.1....... '41 -tu- Qr.PJj-mouth. 67500. Ask I ing forward to spending a j j FOR RENT-APABTMENTS .

In The ices West Citizen. R newspaper tot -Frank Walker. Overseas pleasant evening amidst nice| Hear CLEM PfllCC 4

puMishedt In Key \VesC :\tunJ Hotel, of Greyhound Bus Terminal atmosphere soft nlusic-visit' Furnished apartment 3 ...-
# r.w tVontv. Kb'rld ivorru Speak in Behalf .4
Itone and .>rd'r-tl this 9th day ma12txI us at our club. Entertainment! and bath. Maid and janHoi

'. .., \prtI. .>. ii UU. : being furnished by that hilarious I service linens and utilitietfurnished. DAN MrCARTlS
; t:' : ; (S LJ 1lv.r C Sa..yer. General Electric refrigerator. twosome. Lome and Al.t i j Summer rates. Ow,

;"' ;- .:!.rlc ..f the Cirruil.urt.. Good condition. Cheap. Phone Music begins at 9:30 P.MP.S.. ; al Hotel Apartments opposite for G()\ EK'\CHC f

If-: L Yu..r.oe J?> :, iinthln t'onnty. Kl Nuttare.., 1443. ' mayl.ltx -All guns must be checked i Post Office. apr2ft-16t

. .. + '' with doorman. spr29-5tx 11t1111: S\MK
"Ijeputy ( lark
--=--#.:,* 3. TSSVrtef 3V I I -
< 8fL'G.E. NEW
S-jir>t*?. for J'l*lntj'f. refrigerator $200. 500-C Itadorc We.ntr.ub Will
t..:,.' ; t. la.TI.UU Poinciana. mayl-6tx -- 'TS
On South Sjrcct. near beach. Lowresidential'rates.

,.: "iV-'THI-'Kt.ttF.NTH: Clilfl IT ('.tl HT UP THE. Beautiful_ corner lot Eagle Are For any kind of property in Key i $100.00 per pRovmABILITJ t tci

to ...'. -OFjiTHB iT JI'Dll'IAHI's'TK 0. PLOHIItA IT andRoosevelt Boulevard. 120 West be it home. hotels motel month. $500.00 for FIX months.
p :. ..stail pun 1IO'Ro."O"'T'. feet .on' boulei-ard. zoned for or business locations, contact *. This rate good from Mathrough \

,. 1'% ..tSAcEH6.Ca.. %.. :. business.' This plot extends 250 Paul Boy scn, 626 Fleming SU.., | > November. AUso go)

i....,.. ,aE.:4TTtsrItHt.M..x IJ-4H feet Phone 153. apr24-12tx j for
r.'\\'IX.\ oil Eagle Ave. Fine corner i yearly lease. Lord's Rea'llCourt.

I'laiUfirr. for state or apartment house apr29.3t
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15.\IC'iI. TAUNT. rrice.$15.000'or.: .nearest offer. 1,

l'Vfrn ar27-6t private beach.
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n..o, -14 r" ; -"- 36 Chevrolet for sale. good conj
Too: I 1 thing furnished.1\Ionthh-
Samuel Tafnny.tlli dition. Can be seen at 1123 :
Chri [e9ip.eruite'l; !'1ecps Steven Hotel Apartments.
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"-r.t n* ; Stump Lane, or call 745-J. i --
New T -rk.An fou "I7 l'C.g cy;Ijoattand moI I a pr30'urnished -tf
.L tor. in ''fin condition. Price. apr29-3tx i j
ro .an.onta r'.-t t.ffi.+. '
$3.450.00" Cairftrt". }
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. 9tb Strert ant ,.tinterdatnt 1940 Chevrolet. 2-dwr. $500 if apartment rvupk
A .
rnrye.w only 1021 Angela Stm.tPhone
.:so. York C'11.. Xea. "..rl., Equipped 6akcr Doing nicebusine&f : sold this aveck('nd. Paul's Tirci! 1079-R.
> 36-21
T. ar. """" '', r..1..1 t.; ppr x
near tu the Hill ..f <'" rot ap-fur wholesale and rctaiwith 1Shop I : mayl-2tx': !. . ry
tlivon-- tier "lt..v. ..CI..d rstuiie 01. 1iu in'SsFurnished rooms
IJavy 5
: <;
j. just completed. 2 bth-
.r'i..r. the 31xt d..y tItI... A. XI 1933 for-dor Plymouth good con .
10 1".hO'r i". thallegation" .. apartmetit connected. Box rooms. scTconed-in purch. taek-- '
tbore'm will b- taken M. ."nr..1 29. c/o .Citizen. pr29-3t 1 dition. Four new tires. $173. { fully lllrni:bed. From May
This nler I- to lr.- pol.Jishe.! Apply 1219 Simonton. t
..n.-. a week for four wnratK November 1. $12-: per t)1,
weeks in The K-y VJ-..t .'il,,,.... a Hot Point electric ranCel' $65.00. mayl4txjj I Must post bond. Adult.. onl
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.easpaprr t .II -I in. theIt; a f ; I I
K*) \\ ext. Florida.XI note-coi'rollcd Tsai J Inquire on premb-es. 1221 Shut
IHv>: : .\XH' thi. ::u t h $9 .OO. Good condition. 1569for j 1947 KaLoer.duor sedan. with } Street aprM-I
..f .t t'ril. .t. I'. t9l.. ointm 'nL I, low mileage and in excellent' sI
I:..... I* sawyer. |I condition. 517 Eaton Street .arge four rain unfurm ..
1erk ..f the c.' r.-''" Curt Giant-size Cod -Cola box. first Phone 159-W. mayl-3txj f ,
.. apartment. $33.00 rrunih"j
M nro-e Ctrntilj. H..rida.Hy I .
: An in- .'. l..onra.-rth. class condition. ReaH'nab1cprice. j -j i Phone I185-U. apr30-2 '
bpi ty Clark. : ." Apply 800 Emma St 1942 Ford convertible $1050.00. !
llian 1:. tle"re. Jr. l' 1321 Newton. Apt. 2.
$ Htur f.T apr305tsGas I Very '
I'Uintiff.l large two-bcdn
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I ..,.,-_.,-....::. !' .. mayl.:tx"1 i mcnt all electric kitchen pi ,\

range, in fair condition andNbrge f ate yard. Near Bayvicw Pa. k I is IN THE
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THE I 1111-I
I IT tot RT OP TH": 1 refrigerator. Apply 506 WANTED TO BUY ,
P.LP.tP.T JI1)51-Iti. $115.00 monthly. Available immediately.
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OP ..011..",. lM. .-ofl-"o'1 Francis. SU Phone 1094-W. Phone 1185R.Furnished .
I" ROE tOI >T'. 1\ < H >tl-RI., epr30-2tx Apartment-size gas sto\"( Phone j

i I" r.Kriii r..a.5..nlrtim \*.. II-.1W.1 'I 890-J. m YI.tx i{ aprJO.t-, !I RECORD

<-!> known
K.- Wcstinghcuse Laundry Mat. automatic
-:. apartment four
Jii:: Joll.V MSA WANTEU rootn {
I washer. Won in conics TO RENT I 1205 Florida Street. I
\!.. I I List price, terms. Phone 1028-R." I! 890-J. after 6 P.M. nwylStxMISCELLANEOUS Legislator !
-t 'IIKI >-t al.. apr30-3tx Naval officer and family desire .

\OTIt:K TO .'PPI.U'Irfrndant. l\I' -.H'FoR I Trailers Alma and Ro}"craft. Gulf' two or three bedroom hour c' I ;
... I Write Box A.R.II 1 lusil1cs.[ 1
IX TIIK or NAMK PI R.UK ITIOX Stream Trailer Park. I c/o Citizen. I lnitli ,
.'I.ulil.\ t II- i apr276txAllmetal I apr30-4tx Washers irons, vacuums and
To Till:
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H.M>.\ .\. iiiiii:. re.blrntunJi Wanted to rent for summer Furnished fans repaired. O'Briant. Phone FarincrGnnvOTCaltleman
luggage trailer 4 : II
An: i 6.1' 1164-M. I
mayl-tf .
KflNlisT ... ll'K. . two or three bedroom
n:1<1." -e ui- $;;0.00. Phone 1S22-M. I
I. urea n: 11fJ1I-C' .
or aWrtmcnt. Businessp
IIl'ITJu "WAI.UAl'K apr29-3tx f; For guaranteed
IIAHJ:,\- plumbing and re
"I.ut ':il. T9I* tJxford'Ar.ftuc. . x plc, no children, refcrcnoos.Mardis. j I pairs. Frcc estimate.
riillMdclflUn. ,....: Three rooms" of furniture. Reasonable. bum 336, Central Cal' I .
TILE1'.. : .a"1. XA)III' "-":r- Hotel. 'I I j i John Curry, 512 Margaret St War Veienui
55 -B W. apr30-3lx
l.n'IXCrh Phone 731.
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IIIIRS. i ':visKis. I.BI:\. pOin'ian"1 FOR RENT-COTTAGES jFurnished j,i
:UANTIIS un Drafting and designing by ;
..-r"t=r: t I \UI.1'I t' White outside paint i I graduate architect at reaMinablc -
vii: TIIKM. ,ANI T"": \'>'- cl. $2.75 gal. Doherty & C I cottage: couple. Pht,
n prices. Homes
KNliWX sr rSKjS K :All j I store fronts. itcriors. n i Dan
AU.I"I''IIS'j'rs.'IX-';' : 846 Olivia corner Packer. ait I I 1512. 609 Grinncll Street.maylllx. I i Bobby Anne Georij

,- T.UAVIMI.AIHIX 11\\ I:; AN ur: 1597. maylY -tf I II _ J I Phone 156-W. avr':011I'ur ;<
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. 'He f TTnlynr..f ISL-\\H,f'::\It.\i ( or. tit"r..n.a>-.r.l\no stock. Plastic tile paints and I!I !

,-, the, ...Plat thre..f. re--.r Jed ;i n brushes. :Murray's Plumbing. Quality Floors, ICs McCartyWILL
tm fit .tt ..
the "uhlr.rord. Sac 4t.! f 1532 N.W. 62nd Street. Miami !
vt Monn
-t-u. n t y. Fl..ri<],,: I Fla. Phone 7-3421. mayl-tf Inlaid
Y I". ANI' i.U'll tJK Yin', i Linoleum Asphalt TileColors
....r-l>r h..lifi' rt-nehi ajcairivt \<>j l.y HKfUAM< i Motorola auto radios to fit all cars I II |
A-S*. ....... $42.50 and Patterns For BE A
J' IIX "Mimelitn.--.\ unit 1 th titl-)11:-"f. I from up. Completely in I Every Room In the House
a stalled. ,
Bridge Radio
the 650 NW
.-,..3d- from and the title to t.. th.renal I.Dl'n II 5th SU, :Miami. mayl-lrno FURNISHERS and INSTALLERS .

/t.rrinal..a. .1..rli..1. ,, .- arr in !|
Vvnroe C..01HV. floridald > .,a arr TELEPHONE Great
hereby r>--puirr t.. 'I'- }.ur ..p- 1937 Hartey-Davidson: motorcvcle. i' Lslunulcs free 1.151-
I rwaran-e In this vmt ..n ..r l,''f..r* $150.00. 1308 Elizabeth Street i i.apr266tx I
she -IM da & STUTZ ,
f f 1104) IH: uthrmlv-e miff
the *llf teal ,,f |b.. bill ,.f ?..?. ( ;
plaint.. in saM soil mil! b! taken ax Quick Key West Floor FLORIDAovernor
c'JI..TIT atric ..t."tl'I.T:11.1, .OJ"". I LOST 11I3'CfIlon Covering Co.

I'*'*.| tlU-c :!ot" dav ,.r _i.rll. s. 132 DUVAL STREET
.:-" C Saw yen.L9.rk . One pair amber frame eyeglasses. *

Ey I""h Circuit: E. Sawier.lieputy tour. t, Vicinity White and Virginia !

..ler1.. I Sts. Reward if returned to SPECIALISTS L\ FLOUR and SINK COVEHLNCS
J:4IItcna. 1""Io&-.J & !<,rll.l"n..L Johnson i I .
4.ea far "la-hltff.. Johnson 419 Duval :|, (No Job Too Small) "
.. --aaa-Pl.-.bU." Street. apr30-tf' .

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Only Night' How They Stand Local Stadium' 1 and 2, Respect*! L.N. D.Pepper Welch vs.vs.B.A.Bearer.Afenzu. ...
;A Cmiir "Pfayctl' Yesterday' In the Junior Softball Leagueat ii
Straus vs. Tassos.
Major Baseball i>cly, In Ciry Chain pioii>i
j Leagues this morning At 1:30 p. m. Sunday the first Kcrstatcr. Blauvelt
t AMERICAN I Division! Street School again Came;: of a baseball twin bill will ship Tourney .- f 1 1The !1i Lt. Taylor vs. R. Hartenet fle. -
ftIn......... I. T_. "t...... I came out on top with a win from get under way between the Pirates i The Island City Open Tennis
: TURK Club- W. L. Pct Doubles finals will be
May l-St. Poinciana played
Cardinale ). krday Cleveland __ __._n_ 6 0 1.000 Elementary School bya and the Subron 4. Island City Open Single : tomorrow at 2 p.m. on the Bar.
smashed Tennis
the I score of 21 to 5. Tournament starts todayat .
Cincinnati Red* 17 to 7 with New York 63 .667 Both clubs are anxious to win. Bayview Park with riew Park tennis courts ia a
Stan fret
MuUal. Cart outfielder getting Washington . 54 .556 "v Divistort; ,got 14 rtitl;.ip'jbe first Manager Albury will have his rounds to be played by Monday, ,: best three out of five sets. '

five lilt, includine a homer, two St. Louis ._. __ 4 4 .500 two innings, but 'Poinciana'' held full lineup on the field. May 3rd. Suitable prizes/wiD"be Howell and Welch will play
dviblc and two singles. i Philadelphia .. .- 4 5 .444 them in the 3rd and 4th to no Mickey Ubieta and Chelo Castillo given the winner and against Harttnstiae and Cra
Boston Braves defeated the I Detroit .._ .m___ ._ h __.n.f 7 .364 E.,, 4 ? runs. The other seven were madein two old-time favorites ol I Nick Smith is seeded;: No. 1 i ham. Howell and Welch reached -' 1
New York Giants 7-%. There Boston ___,___ 6 .333 R "4w 'f the 5th and 6th. The game was the Island City may be seen in and Ralph Hartenstine is seeded. the finals by defeating Sellers ,
were five homers made during Chicago _Un ----------3 G .333 calked at the end of the 6th because action in this game. Both of these i No. 2. i I and Scbonblom two out of,

the cuntwt.' Pittsburgh Pirates: ( of the time. players are now playing in Miami Individual matches'.are-aS fol.i three. &.3. 57. t-1. ,
Catherine eight runs in the second ,! NATIONAL ,Ortelio Lopez of Division end are in the best of con- lows: :j Hart ens tine, a former No. 3
Inninc. went on to defeat the i 1 I School made two doubles. Daniel dition. Nick Smith vs. O'Connor. I man on the Temple Untversttjr 1
Chicago Cubs 10-4. Club- W. L. Pct. Torres and Don Cruz .each made<< ; Gabe Lastres will pitch and Joe Pat Conley vs. D. HowelL I tennis team has a devastating
In night came, the Brooklyn t New York 7 4 .636 (AP \\ repbolO) 'I three runs. i Navarro will catch for the Pi- S.B. Cooper vs. Lt. Connell [service and fans watching the
Dudxrrs wnn II.: the Pittsburgh _.____ 6 4 .600 Poinciana was off- to a good'i' rates. -The SubRon has C. match will see some interesting
over Phila. j GRANDPERE. owned by Mrs. John Payson Adams is limberedup manager Knowles vs. Roberts -Smith. j
Cincinnati __ __ _. i
dclphia PhiU. n' 6 6 .500 start with 3 in the first tennis played. .
inning not. .released the Graham
al Shlbe Park last i by an exercise boy at Churchill Downs in preparation for the runs name of his Dr. Bingham vs. j
nifht | St. Louis 4 4 .500 but were unable .ti-keep starting pitcher. H. Sellers Sporrer.' .
up vs- |
74th I
MItkcy Harris, the New York'Brooklyn 5 5 .500 running of the Kentucky Derby ioday. ._ J It that pace. In the nightcap San Carlos B. Mosteller vs. C. Sampson. I t. Leather bags are used for carrying J
\" nkee'. neme ti. was unable to' Philadelphia __ 5 6 .455 The second game started J late will play the American Legion I Hanchett vs. Y. Carbonell. } water in many ceentrie (

bold his Jinx over the World Boston _ ____ 5 7 ..417Chicago THE OLD FIRM IS OUT QF BUSINESS and in the third inning the score nine under Theodore Albury. C. W. Smith vs. D. W. Call. f because leather -breathes" and J
r Champions and Boston Red: Sox : ___ 4 6 .400 I I was Annex 7 and Harris 1. An- Albury will have a new crop of Charles Smith.vs. J. Sellers. .j water kept in it tends to remain f

fell S-0 to New York Yanks. Al11 nex had made three home j ins. i iBattfrie5 players and they will be the Joe Domcnech vs; B..RusselL -fresh and cooL __ ____ ,)
I Reynolds became the first : For ,Division: Osaka : "Key West baseball club of 1950." .
ttfor SOFTBALL LEAGUESClass and-Roque: for Poinciana Bethel All high school and !YTYYYYTTYTYTY"'TTT T" TTTTTTTYYTTTY"'YYTTYTTT..yyyfl ;: j
t* to blank the hard-hitting IDotton I 1 I are boys they
Red Sox nine Chicago I "A" and McCraw. will be out to show the older and

White Sox came from behind to Club- W. L. Pct. Umpires: Cooper and Calejo more seasoned players how the I PULLLEVER14C ; !

edge out the Detroit: Tigers 54.' Bob's Sport Shop 3 0 1.000 VF t. : 3Y and, Alayori.State _ _ game is played..
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the eighth inning ] SubRon 4 1 3 .250 1ImRWt'rEPPLAYGRouND. IN FLORIDA E TUESDAY 1
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Adams Dairy 0 1 .000 r1)

nilE Club- W. L. Pet.

RUE Elks Club 1 0 1.000 ELECT
New York __ 6 11 0 Kantor Men's Shop I 0 1.000 j
Boston 060 Naval Hospital 0 1 .000
ReytK-Uls$ and NUrhos: Harris,; Driftwood Club 0 1 .000() )( l+' t
Dortih Deal and Tcbbctts. I

RIIEClicago I > 7 t Johnb.Marsb 1 1E

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Cincinnati fit" Louis. 13 711 17 0 1 i TONIGHT I 1! ( ; I )

Pc-UH. :SUtey.l Hra/lr and Gar- !! First Game-V.F.W. vs. Su ,

icvla. : Fox. Gumpert.; IIrtki. Crcsi. j bron 4. { : SUBJECT TO 'DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES :
Ijimanno. Second Game-Elks vs. U.S.S. r
LJvrly and t J McdrcgaL: : 3

nilE E // you honor-ntr. iril/c' yourrorrrmrif aelrrrion' I

Eton '7 9 1lit M .' ., I ; : that'iri fcrtihf ex your Circuit: J,...IrrlE' -
i: ,Yurk' . . 2 S 2 i iAttdrevl. BASEBALLMUNICIPAL \ \\\.tr"Vh. I
r 4aisand iVM..Jt---. THE FIRM OF REESE & STANKY used to make a specialty'of :{; r trill be porernetl flat tlictulrt f'/ lirHIP I
Trinkte and Westrum.j, STADIUM ,
double for the But Ed r ,
plays Brooklyn Dodgers. now Stanky. ttntl / my conscience.Bi'l .
t. RdlI. !Il'.tI.Lurh (First Game: 1:30 P.M.) playing second base for the Boston'' :Braves catches Pee Wee ,. .
<|' I'.I.In14\ \ .Til- "! Ill I
still with in :
10 12 II j, Reese. the Dodgers a familiar Iran at Boston. Stan,.. 413 2 '!SUNDAY ky takes the throw from Braves Fielder Danny Litwhiler. and <.\\Ylrtph..toJ I .. "

r>.rll. IIU; >" and Kluttr:: I First Game-Pirates vs. Su- traps his former partner just off second base. Pec- Wee had -f IS SAID THAT FLORIDA CHILDREN "take to the water like : ; ;;
bron 4. bit too far from the bag and was caught trying to ;
niwh. I * Kush and U <:uUouch.I Second Gamt-San Carlos vs. get back. Umpire Al Barlick calls the play.
American Legion. fifteen feet of water in municipally-owned Weekiwachee Spring
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II 2 9 6 1ItillwIHnliia I ..nulnuuIlulIUTAlUIUf1UIIgmIAIUAUiUIIIlI1111UTA.JVIuit's BERT MAKES \ GRANUST.JJTCII I I all the way to the bottom. Of course the girls hare to leave I We Take Our Stand

Edwards Lvwnaid. Doing the swing and come up for air every few seconds.::
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Vets and Sublton 4 RflLd
; ( '\'. I"C.A" BROADWAYCIGAR .t
Jackson Square. Whiteheadand i Make\ Shipments :

Meet Tonight) ; ElksTo Southard Streets ; .
'u1lu a31hau1411UInnI01UIIAIUIilnhI011111UI0r"' \
(FNS).-Florida State Markets report t
Play Maclrcgalj Saturday 1T heavy shipments last week. 610 Duutl Street !I and his CIVIL RIGHTS PROGRAM I'
8:00: P.M.-Movies. Tomato shipments reached heavy i
In the ooenins: game of a soft- 10:15: P. M.-Second Show, feature 1 sx volume at several of the production : .
hall dvublC'.h<<'adf'l' at 7:30 o'clock announced at the Club. centers fort Pierce re- COMPLETEBASEBALL
.miKtil *.t Bay view Park the Sunday I ported handling 40.000 crates and bolt' '( Be m t3 feaJ

; Veterans of Foreign Wars will 9:45: A.M.-Java Club, discussion Wauchula moving 8024 ia a single ;
'trust bats with the Subrun 4.1 i Group. I day according to reports to :; SCORESPOPULAR
This came pniiiises to be hard1ought 'I 11:00: A. M.-"Go to CHURCH \ w Florida State Markets. i iI by Political Promises
( : from start to finish. ]i I i Parties." I Carlot shipments of eggplant;:: :
time these clubs met !I P. M. Classical Hour, selections ,gas tk '
The last 3:00: dak .1he score was six to five an favor announced. \ ? :puIf>;) 'COast and inland area STRUCTED" are fre to vote FOR or against TRUM .
"I the Vets and they won the I I 9:00 P. Fellowship Hour on yas setvtjd'by the Fort'Myers "State and Cold
Cigars Only a Solid Slate of Delegates working u a team CM
t game In the la-st frame on walk.. the Patio. Community Sing Farmers' :Market: Similar reports I
'. a wild pitch and m tingle: by ing. Beatrice Moreno at the were made from other beat
ex-SubRun player. 1 Piano. I Soft Drinks not a part of a team
f'.lion. j parts of the state. Plant City reported J
Bttcrioi mill l he Brcmmcr and i I 10:00: P. M.-Coffee Hour. t decidedly increased ,," j
Tctnple for Subron 4 and F. ,I I' Camera Club meets each t. ume of shipments. 01-1| Be Sure
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I' P. M. ttI
Tines and Fallon for the Vet Thursday at 8:00 . ---
In the nightcap, the Elks willi! G. S. O. meetings (Girls Scr- "-
| the USS MadiTgal and this I jvice Organization), every 2nd 1f
play should be a humdinger; 1! and 4th Monday. I your VOTE is VOTE AGAINST TRUMAN and his t
game I, I eVIL PROGRAM. The "WRIGHT" Dekgata-f
Checkers RIGHTS
Chinese -
cluhj met in the night of Game Room: The Z tJ
These April 22 and: the Madregal scored -'} chess cards, ping-pong, pool j are under OATH t
three runs in the first and one : writing desks library, current &&ritmas :
various table games, I s'
in the third and from then on j magazines! lorI

pitcher the Curry sixth held a bunt them by in Angui-check.In |I etc. Showers, tennis rackets golf _ g1P I Governor AlL F10R10A .., ( "tJ-t

fishing, lines, cameras, tea '
homer by Earl i clubs : "
ne an error and a film service, .. i '
checking service 'WI.
the Elks three runs. "( _ .f. i
Griffon gave the seventh. Ingra- mailing and wrapping packages "'" v , _'. .,,...... 1'rograPROGRFSS
In the la.t of Anguira fanned. receiving messages, phone booths. I ". 11 treul"UdBERT 1ifriejirird I THIS SOLID SLATE OF"Instructed"
ham railway express service; That Is
slammed one out 1 stamps. Phillies third baseman."leaps against
and Hcnriqucz was available to SERVICE PERSON HAAS. Philadelphia PROSPERITY i Delegates to the
of the Park and the game NEL. railing of grandstand boxes in New York's Polo Grounds and

over. Lcsleigh DavisDirector.Gerald catches the ball (arrow) fouled from the bat of Buddy Blattner I to You Democratic National Convention t
be great. PROGRAM
This game should J Pmder-Program Di of the New York Giants. The catch ended the seventh innin: ? and YoursAmerica's
tb Madrceal boy arc out fur. rector. in which the Giants scored three runs and had the bases! filled, Great They Mill pull together AOAXNST TRUMAN. AGAINST
Curry will pitch and !? o PEPPER and for tVKIGHT. .r for any .!her True De in.>
're\'mJe. Beverly Buchanan-Secretary. Blattner came to bat. The Giants won 7 to 1. Humanitarian.Benefactor ."
,llenriquex will catch for the Elks bet i i'and Doreen Cruz Information when '' and rat agreed upon ky th S6utller. Sta&n.4tll
will - -
Hoffman and James t Desk Aide. CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
the battery for the Submarine .ttinimiuniinimiiiiiumuniiiunuiiuiiiiiuumiiiiii! I Trip (sign up in advance: ). Business I. C. A. H. JonUk Mrs. Florence C. BUKcley
Information/ :Services, housing- Executive Miami MiamiaTATLATLAIGI
( bon First game will : underway I New SubwayFor N.C.C.S. I city maps.
r and the second at 0 Religious literature, library SPEAKINGTONIGHT8
. 7:30 m.
at : p. Duval Street ME\ 11UaL'lDa.
9p.m. 1021 I telephones stamps, wrapping an I Moscow DEFENSE FORCES I mailing packages. railway ex r.toict: coal tu.. MBS. LENS: BUI.MBS. .
press service, laundry pick-up- I raiD: f. LILLIAN M. DU..AfUL /
i is
I Polish available to all defense force
MOSCOW.-AP-In) Moscowit nmiimiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiuimiiimimiiiuimmmiimirj i K. B. DOS M LI. MBS. aviS McCHRSSCT!
been announced that the and their families. CARL HANTON MBS. MART O. JCLLIYAJTMRA.
Returning: first ten kilometers of the "ring"6ubway IKAIit >>. orCKVBCtVol; C. WILL
trWARSAW. Executive
> I. for the Soviet capital 1:00 KM. 6:00: P.lLPicnic.1Fishing i! Secret az9-
(sien uo in advance).; MISS HILDA CASTILLO. Park n
completed. "ring"
Poland. SUNDAY Seretarj
who long ago cmiinatcd -I is scheduled to go into operationin ,
Some Poles 10:30: A.M. 11:30:
;" to Africa are returning part next year and in toto by munion A.M.-com-I Fleet Admiral Chester W. Ni ase MTC this Bit t. ........ Y.. .. Urctio* D y.tro'ltical .
the cent- ,
It will around ..
their homeland. A recent transport 1950.of the city run and connect all the Hat Club, U. S. Sub " Adv paid lor.ty Real Democrats Real As..etcaae)

brought 566 persons from: capital's er railway stations of which (2nd Sunday). I I!of Naval Operations" in the Texa i I
iAfrica. Palestine and from Italy.Africa. there are twelve. . 1:00. i.-. 7jOOPMKshinS=: ; [Navy. _.. -- -
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-1 WILL YOU SMILE: ? \ : ; ; Researcher ared et e d
Lorraine Twenty-Six'Moret .4 ''
HOLY COMMUNION Nottage Elected ;; I ''radar U ,
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'. HappenedIn Gift Boxes.iS1ilv.j: ; : ptoaeh4 to gi& .

I IN THREE CHURCHES President Of Baptist. Young :; HeavenThe t 'To Europe, Asia ,'h through avy fog..1.ed.he. . ,...f....."c k :"" II J

I I Twenty-six; more' junior Bed!>f Navy tecfBHefs' u... .........-
golf match to end all golf tive recruit not to Iitaft 1Iilt
Woman's 'Cross Gift Boxes were shipped;
SUNDAY MORNING Auxiliary Society, matches was played up in H av.1 unk school pnmatu.....,.. "'" ,.
members of the r
I ; en. St. Peter had the honor on ,I, todav REd'Cross! by attending Harm* and

f FLORENCE MITCIIELL- the first tee and promptly made>> Schools. This brings
I Pqinciana
Rites To Be Observed In Street Methodist\ a' hole in one. St. Paul), undaunted -I.the total to 90 Gift Boxes,which Grace Lutheran
Fleming ,! MADE VICE PRF..5I. home of' M{ss Bennett. ,After the I j I repeated th? perform I have been sent to members of
ance. St. Peter marked the
i First Methodist\ and Ley Memorial\ Methodist\: DENT AT' 'RESIDENCE I,*'a Sandwiches brief'social-; ,period cookies'was ;!'down remarked dutifully on his! card: rcores'ihc.i I',I the torn Junior areas of Red Europe Cross and in the Asia.war- ;"I Church :

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and punch was served by, the j I The United States Office of 121S PETRONIA STREET '!; 4
i MEETINGAt hostesses MYs.Nichols and Mrs.'[: "What do you say Paul? Let's I I f I Education as well asthe- National I
: i cut out the miracles and down F FJ -
i Churches Tomorrow; Other Services j i gt I II 1 Education Association have given '
Albury. f
i business. K I II }
a meeting on Tuesday evening and commendation -
J Ito formal recognition "
\ I The, monthly: business and program I ; Divine Services :
home :
ot the of Rev. and Mrs. : to the Junior Red Cros
YOUNG PEOPLE: WILL TAKE PLACE OF PASTOR, THE REV. MR. WELLS, AT : meeting of Circle No. 2 of I I schools 1
Brownie Nichols 'the Y. W. A. the Baptht W. M. U. was held REPORT PROGRESS I for this effort in behalf-of

.; 7:30 I'.". OLD STONE/CHURCH SERVICES; CHAPLAIN FRENCH WILL which is' the. Young Woman's onon April,J';.in' the church an ||I (Continued From Page One) .I and school children in other coun' 7:30 P. M. :

Auxiliary of the Baptist Woman'sMi.nionary nex. Mrs.. Alice'Rameriz presented Legion which was robbed of two :I tries.
PREACH AT 11 A.M., SERVICES FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN the, Teacher-sponsor- there two F. II. ZUCKF.R Pallor
program. Theme for the i iMonth. f I slot machines and about $250 : .
Society was organ I' I schools 'Miss Marie Haskins
'Expansion of The King- 'I Monday. I ere .
ARSENCE: OF PASTOR/'WHO IS ILL; OTHERS NEWS OF CHURCHES I ized and the firs business Meeting don .- j lon Wilson and Miss Helen T3yloI :-. -
{t Jolly, who was first I I WIRSTCongregational- _
was opened wilh prayer by Those taking. part in progarm: arrested in connection with the j
Holy Communion will bo observed at services tomorrow morning at the Fleming SUeet t| Miss Maralyn Bennett. Mrs. Brownie NicholsDevotional.Mrs. Elks Club burglary had been released I Subscribe to The r'tl7f'n.I Church

Methodist Church. the Old Stone (First Methodist) Church and at the Ley Memorial Methodist Mrs. Nichols gave a brief talk Francis Fairfield, Mrs. Edua !, under a property bond I L __ ----- WILLIAM W. ILUTE. DJ>.
Church. it wo announced today by the respec. live pastors. the Rev. I. B. Reid. the Rev. G. Leon I on the work of ,he Y. W. A. The Albury. Mrs. Bennett- and Miss of $5,000. Then he was rearresteti j I Acting PaMor:

Wells and the Rev. Robert W. Weaver. following officers were elected. ., Holly Johnson. i iI I I Thursday .in connection with the |t LEY MEMORIAL S17-S27 WILLIAM STREET.: ',
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The Rev. Mr. Reid will preach at the I 11 I a.m. services tomorrow and will administer Holy President Miss Lorraine Not- I! 'The business 'meeting followed :American Legion burglary. Between ut&ar4 k flee.n,

Communion. At the evening services. the Rev. Mr. Reid will bring an evangelistic message.At tags Vice Pres. Miss Florence Reports were made of prayer i; Also arrested with Bath and Methodist ChurchCor.

the 7:30 pjn. services at First Methodist Church young people will take the pastor's I Mitchell Sect. and Treasurer i!, meetings held at the County* Wilson Jolly were former Patrol- Division and Georgia fits. Sunday Sc&oeL $:4S XM.
place and will present a well-planned service on the subject.*- Miss Maralyn Bennett. Comm. Home and various sent homes of shut- I i men Frank Jolly, Hector Castro Tie Church With A Welcome Classes for All
Missions Chairman Miss Nell ins, also of food to the Indian
: I I T and Frank Curry. The six slot ROBERT W. WEAVER. Pastor John V. Archer. Swfit
"light"Th Rose Archer Program ChairmanMiss Center at Dania, Fla. and plans I II | J
Hey. Mr. Wearer of Memorial Methodist I! Colored Church machines stolen from the Elks lIOAJ4.
pastor Ley Nancy Fairfield, Social were made for .a box containing I' 9:45 A.M. Sunday School
Church will talk on "A Good Marriage: A Good Home" at the Chairman Miss Peggy Collil I. linens,. and toilet .articles to be Club at the last home Monday of Castro.I were. seized t Classes for All Aae. MORNING WORSHIP ;
I 7:30 p.m. services In the church., '- \ The Rev. ,Sigismund A. Laing 'Mrs. Edna Albury is Counsellor. suit to the Children's Home in Miss,Miriam Carey; Supt.. , Sermon Subject. -
The Lamb -Victorious" will be the subject of the sermonto minister of Trinity Presbyterian header for. the N. Y. A.. {Arcadia, Florida.*'Mrs. Lois Eden I It was announced in yesterday's ; '1(1:50( A.M. "Life Is MOT Tha TbU& g ,
be delivered tomorrow at 10SO.a.m.: by.theRev. : Bronnie,: E. Church will preach a sermon'entitled The first program meeting Albury' were hostesses for the I I Citizen that George Alleni 6:00: PJ*.. Chmtwfl Enetesm.'
i Warren commander-elect of Arthur "HOLY COMMUNION".lqa. ;
300'Do .
I "Knowing IiI I 7.3aPJ4.
Nichols pastor' of First 'Baptist 'will be held on May 6th at the social period. i t
Post had filed the .
God's I Sawyer : r" 'f. 1.I.-i-.iIr' aad
Will. at
Church. The Rev. Mr. Nichols I I -;'-' ---. -- t I information Wilson !> W,,..K.7r30 EVENING WORSHIPad
1'sulect | ;
against Jolly.
; ? that he will, tiiscuss at : tomorrow, beginning at 11 a. m. COMMUNION .
will also preach at the 7:30: panjworship. I(I the,7:30: p.m.. services. j I "The Tie That Binds" is the, title :Seventeen Girl Scouts Of 8 {This -was a mistake. The infor- P.M., Serniou"A : : Sermon Swbifrrl

II |I 'Life Is More Than Things"t I I of-,the sermon he will deliver at Troop fmation was filed by Steve All- GOOD 'MARRIAGE. :f "He.piDg! Coals Of FireMen. -
Chaplain Carleton French of,will be the subject that will be evening worship beginning ati mond, -steward; at the club who : A GOOD HoME"i.lir..das I'' -

the USS Howard Gilmore wiltjpreh ![t t discussed by the Rev. William i I I 7:30.: Awarded World. Badges: ; Celebrated I was tied up by the burglars. ... It .. 4 p.m. Woman's AM.
t 7 :s. P. 11- .1" t tI
on The Meaning of As- j 1 j 1w. ILffe acting. pastor of the I Allmond said it was dark in : ; Wed. 7:30 p.m.. Prarr-Prai ,
First Congregational Church at row at 11 a.m. and. at 7:45 t the club the morning the thieves ,......
rnicn** at the 11 churth I p.m. Thnr 4lar. tl>> P.1
a. m. Fri. 7:30. Young People's MigH
cervices tomorrow at the First Jthe services at 11 a. m. tomor- .j in the Key West Church. of I Event With Tea And Exhibit Monday\ broke into the place! but he declared !"iab., I i
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'.rew* "Heaping Coals of Fire"f.will ; Christ. I that he recognized
Presbyterian Church the Re'v.11IM .[ be his subject at the 7:30: .| The Rev. Oscar Rodriquez, FOREIGN MONEY. COSTUMES.* Jolly's voice as being that of --
.'.\ S. Avery. pastor, announced -:,p,m.,seririces.t pastor of the El Salvador Metho. one of the burglars. I -r------ -'-- -
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have of th 7:30 t I' speaker at the 7:30 p. m. Youth an* The' Netherlands: ; cook- been retained by the five men to.
will charge p.m. at 11 a. m. by the congregation : APPRECIATION EXPRESSED -
for Christ Rally at the First ed foreign dishej and learned defend them. They will be tried
.,Kervirc I II of Christian' Science Methodist Church tonight. ThereI BY SCOUTSAn something of the language'of the i in a group. Sawyer said for the.::1t I
MA Feast with Jesus" will ho the .Society will be "Everlasting Pun- i I will be a special saxaphone quar- particular country each scout I Elks Club burglary and Wilson FLEMING{ STREET{ METHODIST CHURCH

l lJ' dVlivertxl by the Rev. A. D. 'meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. ( In the Community Church of Monday afternoon at the The badge-winning scouts j gion burglary. ': :: Corner Fleming sad WQBaaa Ik .

O.Br nt. pastor of Poinciana I I' Divine services will be held at ; Poinciana services will be heldi Wesley House on Varela ,street Would like to take this oppor- I -'C. REV. J. B. REID. Paste
7:30 p. m. tomorrow at Grace i i at 11 a. m. tomorrow. Mr. Till- brought to a successful conclusion tunity to thank Mrs. Dorothy I S
BapliM! Church at the. 11 a.. m. I Lutheran Church, with the Rev.F. i man, MM 3rd C. of the USSi i J intensive work that earned Sands and Mrs. Anita Harten-r : Church School VH5 A.M. .
,,'U hip tomorrow. "A Far ; H: Ziicker, pastor preaching. Howard W. Gilmore, will deliverI the coveted World Badge for seventeen stein leader and assistant leaderof Key West I : :
Ktoching Promi.*" will be the I There will be worship tomor- the sermon. members of Girl Scout the troop respectively for .S CLASSES FOR ALL ACES

... their tireless efforts and planningthat Merrill Felton, General Superintendent
-- - -- -- - Troop 8.Dressed :
I. [ in colorful costume made the entire International -i! Church of Christ I

l'NIJ.\' '" SCHOOL: I.ESS1)NF: ) THE \VEEK High School Boys. -representing a number of foreign l program a complete success.STRONG i I:' Morning\ Worship 10.r.o A.M..

countries the scouts placed: '. Corner Ashbr and I. .
' Receive First Aid -an: exhibit many beautiful ant U U a a a a a a a a '!; Von Phister Streets : Youth Fellowship. 6:30 PM. :
Inside Jobs = ; ARM BRAND COFFEE
( ., interesting foreign articles the) 10 A.M. Sunday School J I Ii .
Certificates Here Jiad collected or worked them- TRIUMPH i I 11 A.M. Worship J. :' Song Service. 7:10 PM. .
Bff ROY L. SMITH Delves. Of interest to the parent COFFEE .

I There can be little debating of the matter. The American!; Darnell Carey chairman: of and friends of the scouts attend' MILL"t I: \\7:.15 P.M. SermonEVERYBODYWELCOME I :. Evening Worship 7:3O P.M. ;
ing the event were coins' or pel'money .
people and the United States of America are rapidly comnig
safety service of the Key: West tied in each: country o' at i
up to a crisis which can easily become the greatest they have American .
chapter Red Cross ; .. .
the world. S S C S C C C **
ever faced aince the infant republic was launched with the ring. announces that Coach Nathan Carrying ,out iHe: internationaltheme I Grocers i..TH Nt. iic.t.
irtg of the liberty bell in the city of Philadelphia on July 4, 1776. Pepper of the Key Wes High S F: two exotic dances wen S R .'a up ia a a E a I OLD H .

'', The fortunes of democracy have never been lower through- school has just completed two Red 'performed by. pupils of the Barer Christian ScienceSociety '
oat t the world In a hundred years. .Never since time began haveso Cross junior first aid courses Dance Studio Duval street. Th : (First Methodist) :

many millions turned deliberately. to thrust their necks under with the following .students to, talented Julie Stone presented an I : Corner EATON and SIMONTON Street : .

the yoke of tNalitaria. sm.1 to : receive certificates from the exquisite Oriental dance and > COMMUNITY : G. LEON WELLS. Pastor :
Never has so much confusion American National Red Cross: Russian dance in authentic;;: styl .
,r rRu.ssia. but to resist becoming Lewis Barber Georr" Talverly C
bjen compounded for the! was executed by the equally talented of Key West .
flCe. I I Russian in our efforts to preserve Morton Hall, Armando Henri- Lonn'ie Harris. They wer CHURCH L 327 ELIZABETH STREET . Sunday Services :

Nehemiah. Th. Builder J democracy. Whenever we begin quez, Homer Herrick, Harvey accompanied by Miss Beatno .
i lour Johnson Arthur Klussendorf I 1 t Moreno, Key West's outstanding I : 9:45: A.M.. Church School Classes for AN A4fH .
School. 9:30 A.M.
Sunday I
week's lesson is using totalitarian methods we -POINCIANA-'
calculatedto :
Raymond Lones McFar-
pianist. : 10:50; ( A.M. Morning W r>'hip :
instruct those totalarians, and there .1 I Sunday Morning Services ,
who seek gui.danct I i I are land. Lorrenzo Murqvi'a.; Rill Neb- I cook DUCK AVE. and 15TH ST. .
Russian tea and WITH HOLY COMMUNION :
in this hour of peril. It is I suspicious indications that even lett, Billy Osterhoudt Raymond Mrs I At 11 o'Clock I'
served the :
i ies guests by
i were
the story of a man who set out to .f I some of those who Rothfusr, Sam,. 6:30 P.M. :
are loudest in Courtney n. Jay Manuel Garcia and Mrs. Osca Sunday School. 10 A.M. I I! Subject: I :
rebuild a city and through it to'I their 'declarations of loyalty to West, Mitchell Applerouth. Neil "Everlasting Punishment"Wednesday : A SPECIAL WORSHIP SERVICE IN THE M.Y.F.
rebuild a nation, in the face of ..democracy are most loathe to Bergstrom, Samuel Nodine. Anthony }(Rodriguez table,decorated who presided with at whitt the i I Services Will Be Held I' : The Young People Will Present the Them :
almost insuperable odds. r tea !I Evenings of "LIGHT in Place of the Sermon
And his use the democratic processes in Niles. Gus Perez, Richard! Mum flow in Community Hall : :
t candles and graced by
SUCCWHI was the fruitage of his meeting their opponents. Hitler Roberts Ted Saunders, Jan Meetings at o'Clock : 7:30 P.M. Special Ser 'ire l Yonn
I ers and blue daisies. I SUNDAY at 11:00 A.M.I.I > hj ;: People :
religious faith. :: is,. wherever. Hitlerism is.It's Threlkeld and Thomas West. i Scouts who earned their Work Reading Room In Church I .
As a highly placed officer ir.1'i: an Inside Job 1 During the first five monthsof ,; included Evelyn Ntttler 'I Speaker!:: MR.'TILLMAN I;, Edifice will be open
JVrM.n government Nthc-|! 'The report of the President's this year the Red Cross chapter j Priscilla Cruz Elizabeth An Tuesday and Friday i
miJi had become terribly con-- .. Committee on Civil Rights makes has sponsored five first aid i Russell. Sylvia Knowles Marlene J U.S.S. Howard .W Gilmore from 6 to 8 P.M. I

rt-rnrd ovrr the condition of the it'very plain that we have only courses, including instructor Park, Loraine Wormack I -'

city of Jerusalem which was the'begun, the democratic process course two standarc '('".II.-eS :and i Millicent Taylor. Dale Mitchell I1 t THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME

ancestral capital of hu people. when we have added the Bill of two junior'courses. Catherine Brady, Patricia. Pate .- FIRSTPresbyterian ---- The First Baptist Church
Rights to the Constitution. We I Barbara Ann Jolly, Fay Curry
The Sunday School Lesson !'': mustalso add the democratic concept -:i NINE SLOT MACHINES Doris Garcia, Yolanda Garcia Church
for Mar. 2: *Tienemiah Rebuilds I'I'I to industry. education social I I (Continued From Page One) '1 I Betty Bowery, Gloria Knowle Comer BAHAMA and EATON Streets.

Jerusalem.' NebemUh patterns and judicial procedures. four places where they were be- and Sarah Bringman. Poinciana BaptistChurch Whit and Washington Streets Bronnie E.: Nichols Pastor
1-7. I L Egual educational opportunities ing operated. t t' The scouts extended sincere Rev. Melrose S. Avery, Pastor

must, be assured to all our : Three of the slot machines were' appreciation to Mrs.: Tom Curry. .
At great ri .k to himself: this .l wl 1|I citizens i if they are to be required taken from the Tropics Bar Du-' Mrs. Ojcar Rodriguez and MinI 17th and ;t Men's Bible: Class 10:00 AJ4. o
Ha l appruuchvd his monarch ;;r to pay equal taxes. :: val street; two each.- from the Marie Frakes, who met with them Eagle Ladies' Bible: Class. 10:00 AJvf. SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45: AJ4.
"itli the request that he be per-j}I Equal opportunities must be Drum Bar Division street; the I each Friday to assist in the studyI Paster's Phone: 1U4-M 1L E. Day Supt.
milted to undertake the city's i i I guaranteed in the ,field of economics Bahama Bar, Duval :street and for the badge. Appreciation was A. D. O'BRIANT. Pastor .
restoration and ht pled so eloquently if all men are to be esteemed from 109 Duval street. I also extended to Mrs. Lonsdale; 11:00 A.M., ]O:.)O A.M Morning, Worship
that the permission ,was|I equal. ;, After the destruction of the Nelson England; Rev. Oscar Church Service Sermon Subject "THE LAMB VICTORIOUS
Sunday SchooL 3:45 A.M.
grunted together with a commis.ufl I I mcchinc j the wreckage was placed Cuban missionary assigned Carleton
If we are to save the free enterI : Rodriguez i Chaplain French Worship Service Broadcast Over
Morning WKWF.
to us* the Empire's ("rntiin I prise system we must save it in a city truck and, disposal to the local Cuban Methodist Worship, 11:00 Will Preach 154 ta IIM:

the undertaking. I I from capitalistic and political was. at a dumping ground. Church, and Miss Ruth Subject: I His Sermon is entitled: BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 6:36 P.M.
Then Nehrmiah discoveredthat : monopoly. Dumm for their assistance at the "A FEAST WITH JESUS" I "THE MEANING OF THE Mrs. Elijah Sands Director
at least half his problem aI I If we are ever to win the fight'' Navy underwater demolition Wednesday scout meetings. All 6:30 P.M., Training Union ASCENSION"
niHr inside the ranks of his own, against communism we must do teams lost 40 per cent of their combined their efforts to make i 7:30 P.M. .:,.l1ill. W.rihlp
people. True he did face determined ' it by outding the communists.Life personnel in the first half hour of the badge work interesting at Evening Worship, 7:30 t Sermon Subject "THE: PRICE: OF A SOW." ,
enemies from without. but, must; be fullre justice must the assault on Omaha Beach Nor the time and useful" in later life. Subject: 7:30 P.M.,

hbvgrratrr. problem was the organization be- surer the rewards for labor mandy. In line with their work in earning "A FAR-REACHING t I Youth Fellowship .f

} of his own forces. must be fairer, our free speE'Ch'' the World Badge the scouts PROMISE" .1uNo.lay, 7i3O( P.M., DISTRICT WMl \IJ.Y
Years afterward cleaning up the infected areas sent food and clothing to foreign
he gave them must be more carefully consider I Visitors. Tourists and Friends .
7 M P.M. Choir
Friday. > Practice
rrftlit. saying The people had,ed, under democracy: than under that continue under the auspice|countries: fully studied the history Public Cordially Invited Are Invited to Worship
a ipind to work." But petty jea- totalitarianism. ,,,, of democracy. It can be done but characteristics, customs" and
had to be persuaded to sacrifice it's an inside job.
We will '
democracy I '
prfeunal comforts and never protect I I (Copyright IUS by tbe International -I "1IlflflflflU1IIlflWIlllUlIlWUlIWlfllIfllIlI1lfllfiIIIl1lll?flflP1IiIflfllllfllfllmltUlI1rnllIUIlfllflfllllllgflflflfl I lflfllr -'----' '
thousandstwJ TH E
against communism by Council of Religious IMura-
to do disagreeable and dif-. damning the communists, but by tion on behalf of 48 Protestant dnominations. .. Trinity Prcsbjftenan} CM
fn-ult- tasks. -- -- - -.--.)-.- _. i I, I Youth for Christ Rally I La CONCHA
It Is Our Problem 717 Suncnton Street (Colored) : HOTEL

The preservation of democracyrr4ts Sigismund A. Loing. Minister n Director PARKER MAHAN. U.S.N.

entirely with those who live C %) Sun and' J.ormAWNINGS II TONIGHT, 7:30 o'CLOCK, AT ''(sir O/frr
under it. The natural resource' of % .) 11:00 o'Clock I

the United Slates of America are 'o (\v. ALL I MorningW orJ.1lil'I I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I !I Large Cool Clean

such that it is physically I Sermon Subject ,
to-hold out against the
lKJ''Sibl"l Knowing and Doing Cod's Will I
we are spiritually When OPEN Sunday School 3:30 P.M. I ;
-/! A Distinctive, Aiming I : : ROOMS

maintaining integrity.If our own 'When CLOSED-/ '. A Perfect Storm Shutter Youth Meeting 7:30 o'Clock. 6:00: P.M. 1 I Speaker. : REV. OSCAR RODRIQUEZ | I

it is possible for the American CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET
METAL Pastor. El
H Salvador Methodist Church |
'people' tn make democracyrilIy GUARANTEED WILL NOT BUST OR ROT I Evening Worship I AS lOW PER DAY
work we can present a Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice of Colon. Sermon Subject | SAXAPHONE QUARTET High School Boys 1 $200

drlrnse to the world that .will$ be Simple to Operate -Monogram FHA Terms or Design. Model on Demonstration "The TU That Binds" | ORGAN, PIANO and SAXAPHONE Special I j AS PER PERSON

impregnable.>> But that involves a IlUtDllM 1 GIRLS' TRIO High School Girls I I
DDiW 614
of democratic achievements LEE GREENE OTPbon Tues., 7:30 I'"
series p.m. Prayer Service g. I ,..om11".1 Srrrirr
which are still in the by : DItU. PHONE. 4 and Deacon's Business Meet
future". Estimate Wed.. 7:30 p.m. Youth Night HOTEL.

Our problem i iI not W resist. I I 1 Fri..'7:30-p.m. Boy'-Scout Meet COME . BRING A FRIEND ;: J. D. McAadrews. Msaae..



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Charles Walker, Anne Doughtry WIFE OF MISSING MAN POINTS TO ACCUSED DAIRYMEN 'Austria Exports I: The Navy destroyer USS James Zipper weatherproof ',aa .ate'"

S.I J J1J C. Owens recently visited ;15 I now used to protect' Nfiy aircraft -
I Crowned King and ---S -T t:ports in five countncs and cruised durin-relatively short peat! f
Queen While Music.'Drama\ 15,785 miles in four months. ods when they are not in use. -..
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Hundreds View Beautiful '.... ..-..- .- -- -- -- .........YYYYT -

FestivalHAROLD VIENNA -IP).:-=Music and --- -
LAUBSCKER. I d f; a drama are high on the list of 1 Votejnr :,-.
Austrian exports' -tor the West j jf
VISITMG SISTER this-.year. Trips to Western.Eu-r .
KINO AND QUEEN: DELXV. ropeap".'jiations and the United
Mrs. Frank Brown and Mrs. State +are planned for the Vienna & 44 ,
DSHORT TALK Harvey Underwood, both of Mt Burgtheater and the Vienna f

Vcrnon. Ill, are visiting their Philharmonic Orchestra. In ad- W...
Char, .. I :
Walker * Mrs.
er. Raul
and Ann Carbonell at ditipfv ** r Candidate fcr '
I Dantods Death, the I ("Jo
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Duughtry were crawned 1-2 Duval street If
king and and Mr.
composed by Gott- : STATE
queen ui the Carbonell. /
May Spring Both Mrs. ,
Festival Brown
and '
III the Mrs. fried von Ein n. in}| be performed ". i
Key West High Underwood OF PUBLIC
-huoll3St expressed the in five forefgricountries.) : INSTRUCTION t- ;
nlaht at Hayview Park. 'opinion that the weather in Key _
Hundred 0: rTUtoni Westis wonderful. > Y .I Ir .j "Danton's Death" had its world Over 25 years in Florida: : :
th# evf MI and hoard Chamber uw premier at last year's' Salzburg .' schools rs a Teacher . I
of t
Cotnnwr Uvretary Harold'LauhMhrr ;; .China's untouched mineral music festival. It will be staged in Coach . Adz !nisr:11cr: : 4
express the hope that wealth is known to be enormous. Stuttgart and. Hamburg Ger- at DeFuniak Springs.! i ip 4 .
the May Day .festival would be, many* and in 'Brussels, Pans. Ocala Tampa, 4
lari xl and CAUGHT: Milan Venice ar\d New Yr rkThet Past
expanded into not IN THE ACTHAROLD : i president cf Florid :
only an attraction for Key West-I I Hungarian conductor, Fer- Education Association. I 4
ers but *. r encz Friscay.. has been engagedto
m means of drawing 4 / .Active Church officer . L 4 I
\KiUns iu the fventThl s" As y3 F conduct opera at the Metro- Elk, Kiwani M
lSCn. :
politan in New York,
was the first time in the : Legionnaire. __ __ ___ __ ___ 4
lostury l.uWihool.. of t I -" 0 Is experienced in the. total school prcgresa! far all children 4
Key Writ thai a JoLly IXiy. FesU- I and adults.BAILEY.
val was" belt at night under .. ,
&lights Tfwrr *(. alincist unanimous I : Elect. .
approval 0' the innovation e-p- our l
and the w..... t r '.. ., . .
was" expressed i that e t '"j'.f'' .5S.i li: "I 1. '": :rv.rl S r '"
all .rhm likeuuie> this year at -t I JOE -.A..... ..LM ...-.._A..A.A.awwww.a 1
and in tiny*.r. lu rutnt.
Th |>n>fcr.m follows* kt x

Iluglrr*-ttxrRio Malian and flair .
JatkiMty Drudge I (AI" Photo: ), ALLENS
Opining I'r.y..rnf'V f7 Loon
Wrlln. MRS. WILSON TURNER (left)..wife of a missing tenant farmer believed slain points toward John S '

Flag IVarf-M. -Roger R.. Pat at I, Wallace (second from right) and Herring Sivell (right), prominent dairymen during a preliminary S COUNTY MELVIN E. RUSSELL .
I.or. Robert Btdl|| John stout. .. I hearing at Newnan. Ga. in which the men were held fcr the grand jury on changes of murdering !
(Ctatrlr" {IVrwt, O'Nral I Stirrup i 1 Turner. Mrs. Turner mother ct a small child told the court of her husband's fear of Wallace. COMMISSIONER r'T Speak In Behalf of His
Juf C'I'\.I", Bill Holmlteric. Louis (I Other witnesses testified they saw Wallace and Shell chase Turner into'a tourist court, beat him FIRST Candidacy for

Lowe, and Hill Henry. ; savagely, tcss him into their automobile and drive off. Sheriff A. L. Potts called on citizens to .1 DISTRICT ht PEKUSTENDENT: : ofPUBLICINSTRUTiON. .
Key Wt*| High &.h..1 BundUbdrr f join him in searching for Turner or his body: on Wallace's 2,000-acre farm Sn Meriwether county '1 .Broad Business Experience of '
tractor Karl: DIIJ(", Joan 4l south of Newnun. ' i ' < f M$C'-J., { '1 ;i 1 More Than 20 Years. f
I lUbtlrn" Stanle? IU. ;3den Tuney /1 '.Successful Operation of His Y
Iterrrra. John. heir! .rr, lUrry Car- --- --- ----- --- -- ---------- :r1: ::- --? r7I -- : Own Business Affairs. 'I-i-TONIGHT
ey. George Cat"1 lUn-.nn Cole. 'I : I 'F'- i {' '.Fifteen Years in Civic Work.
Le CrrH. J4r Curry. Jatkncy BEQUEST S f e- Divorces'J Chamber of Commerce Religious
Drudge Evtiftle Furors Grace I 4 S and Fraternal Activities. (SATURD2\.Y. MAY 1ST)

Frrnandrc Briefs Harfcrave Brian -til, AIDS PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED J't J i Petitions seeking divorces '.Qualifications of Leadership i at 4:

Lloyd; William McLeod. Sergio i were til;d yesterday in the officeof widely recognized. tag'

Milian.. Collr -n Mourn. Ed Over NORMAN. Okla.-(AP)....:...Since 1939. when aSlSO.OOO scholarship -i Circuit Court Clerk Ross C# ',.- Has A Good Record in Naval 6:15 Clock
lin. Tony Ham noz" Audrey Rob- Sawyer by Jeanette ParlmanI Service (World War II-) : ,
fund established from .
MlirinVirginia fusel) Dan Sal- r.s was a bequest by the late Will I Tomny against Samuel Tomny:
cad. Edward Sheppard. James Rogers. 156 physically handicapped students at the Universityof i(by Peggy Maslin Ferrell agains PULL 20-A He Will Speak in Spanish ito t
Sheppard Ray Sera. Edward ..a Oklahoma have received fi->. James Oliver Ferrell; by Rosemary -* LEVER w His Latin Friends
Stern Bin Stewart Gary Thompson. a.- nancial assistance. I' Jackson Shanks against Eli' t
Elite Thompson* Laurel ._____....__ _y m_.._ Successful scholarship appli The$1,545 during a iour-y'ar period. I men H. Shanks. ;
W lker. Walter Waltenen. Frank cants-including the blind, crippled lowest was $38. /
Young. Majorette: Gladys. Tru- 1! and deaf. those suffering } rum! provide an :annual|I i William Frederick Cody, arl I II _ Betty 1. Robert, Ann! SCHREIBER. 28. from heart ailments and arrested I I 1 j. income of about $6,400. Only the I, Iowa youngster, was hired by the: Paid Political lTrrtisrnint,
interest 'I (
1 is expendable. The State
ViitH. Janet. M. I reaches for a pair of women's tJberculosireceive monthly Missouri ,
provisioners to
I Vocational Rehabilitation ( p ;ltwal 'd'r' 'l'1f'ftt.
Flower Girl*!-Jurx Johncon.| panties and is caught in the act .1! sums ranging from $30 to $50. I sion matches the Will Divi-;'i I meat for their railroad; builders.:I -- ---
Eleanor Garria Ernestine Valdez. by Photographer John Quan- The amount is determined by the scholarships Rogers : Cody earned his nickname I - -
Quern-Anne Duughtry..King rud of the Bismarck Tribune. difference by the difference between f and usually supplies I I'"Buffalo' Bill," by killing 4,280.
!I such aids
as wheelchairs
-Chartr* Walker The cameraman .was working the student' needs ltd re-i' and glass crutches. I! bison in 18 months to feed the tUESDAY

dtrftton.Crown and Hearer.Nancy Jones-Wayne lliua Hud. with Bismarck. N D. 'pollee to l sources.Grants to students may be I'I The program also is in operation 'I.pangs. FULL LEVER 18-A !

Attendants catch the thief who had been (made as advances loans or gifts. >Ij. e.reaSo? and .California, MAY 4
aDd Galry Sweeting.- Beverly Betty Parker We'ch raiding clotheslines in the city. !'Mo to'them are approved jundef J r wherexthe, state universities aitU 1 Buffalo) in the United States ttt" ; .
and Rotirrt Parks Leila Lynch Schreiber pleaded guilty to disorderly j the third classification.. The f11 1xi- I handicapped students.. through. have increased from 500 to.6,000 I :

and Marvin Boca. Betsy Bell conduct and was sentenced I mum amount given thus far under I I Will Rogers fund.--..--. _since J905. _ __ ., .," l\s FredO. Eberhardt ,
Cttra find Hubert Martinez Betty twty..4lr1 m.jail.. :: a regular scholarship*.ivosf I
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Juanp Knpvtlr* and Low Pmda. - - \ "DOWl\-UAIR. .0- __ _ ..--FOR.- BUDDHIST I 'UlECIOUS I WORDS TO YOU .J
Pbtsy Mallory an4Charles. Ogden,
Anne Sawef ,and Jack Smith: --1 AND YOU AND YOU!I
1)1 ye Hen-nidi and Dirk Wade I
Evelyn Skelton and Fred Bry- What the For Sheriff
are Most Precious Words in Life to You? WhatWords
kftt Betty Cruickshank and Myrt- I Come : .
Straight from the Heart? They comprise a Sentence -
land C\t. Betty Lord and Hil- !{ of Four Words:
; Lure KobcrU.Senior .
Clan of 1943 and Junior t lr i..
, Garland. Bearer Seventh I II{ IITHEY ARE MY
Grade. -Ss&- I
I Maypole Dancers Eighth Paid p..H+...i' .n 1IIr:

Ninth and Tenth Grade;: principal I I CHilDREN
Dancer. : Mao Lumley. Deloirs >
Washing ton. Hose Shanna- 1
han. Betty Williams Betty TJ>- 1 1i For Your Children you want the BEST in Life you can t
1 lor. Betty Kelly, Lorraine Shuliert. i i afford to give them. And the OUTSTANDING THING among .
Solita Avila. Flora Cranda. t. 1 1 the "BESTS" is EDUCATIONAL TRAINING. 0 -__
Elizabeth Jlobcits. Doris Robert -
You want the BEST Possible Man to give them that train
*. Margarvt Curry and Celina
Mae hin. I ing. and you will have the OPPORTUNITY to Choose That -iEIfI1- S

Grand Promenade.Tap . Men in the Primary next Tuesday in the person of k


Nl,ht vtrfon rffettivcnesj of 1 ratc 1 1
Navy pilots during the war wasianrcMd
i a* much a< 100 per cent Candidate for School Superintendent
i I. a 14.hour ('Ourwof instruction! x "zt I r
SS S Without Quibbling without Hair ,
any any -Splitting anI'I U.
'Thr Naval Ksrre Officer's ;..y s Side-Stepping.
Training Corp ha. 52 units in I

".I llejtr* thn.u,hout the countryAUTOMOBILE -S j4 Sr FULLERAUFLORIDA'S
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Drug CAP Wir.pboto.
Stands Out Prominently as a MASTERLY EDUCATOR. Ir
St01, VENERABLE LOKANATHA. Buddhist missionary priest from I r
Burma. arrives in Los Angeles. Calif and is supposed to walk WARREN
when I We are confident that you will not Itt your personal feelings '
We till all prescriptions
across a carpet of human hair provided by a dozen women. His I
yur .M ear starts giving you spokesman said "Venerable is not permitted to walk on ordinary interfere with pour conscientious decision to give your :: ________ I
trouble. children or your friends' children the Opportunity obtain "
But permitted to or not. Venerable clearly is walking I :
W. carry a complete line c' pavement. the BEST Educational Training in the public schools of Monroe CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNORWhen
because of the women has
Brake Parts.Ignition.Gas Fitting on ordinary pavement- only one County. We will be happy to let your conscience be your guide,
Cpatk PI""i" Fan Belts. hair long enough to spread before him. I 1 because we feel your decision will be that
you vote for Fuller Warren for Governor you will .
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AT DAY YOUR OR SERVICE NIGHT f know in advance that you are voting right! He is an able

HORACE O'BRYANTwith for job! He merits confidence. He has
man a your rep-
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LOOK! LOOK LOOK! resented the people of both large and small counties in the
JANE and SHINE Two Degrees from the University of florida. a post grad- legislature. He has served three terms as a member of the
uate Certificate in adminstration and '
1&32 BERTHA STREET Years' supervision and Jacksonville City Council. He is a keen student of the prob-
Don't Dive In Eight Experience as Teacher and Twenty.'I'I
Boys Twenty Years cf that Time in Key West is the lems of the State.

I OUTSTANDING MAN lo assure the Warren has a practical plan for "Pino Tree Prosperity" through

IlKAttl! HEAR !JI1F' BUT BEST POSSIBLE EdiiralimiaTTi miiiw l "-: all Florida. He knows how to rewise and modem reforestation

Rafael II. Ferrert THERE'S MAN'S SIZE DRINK forum CHILDREN of Monroe.. County ,. duce the cost of Government methods, to improve the state

Speak ill His Behalf inJMUSII Let's give the Children of Monroe County the best we and will do it! He has progressive highways including farm-to-ma-

,: ; ami SPANISHfer BEING SERVED IN have in Educational Training by ELECTING J plans to put the profit back into ket roads.

S His Candidacy for ,I the citrus industry to help busiEverywhere you go in Florida

Sheriff THE TOWN ROOM Horace O'Bryant As Our I ness and industry. to bring back people count him know as Fuller their friend.Warren Whenhe and

;! WKWFiMONDAV./OVER ( of the Superintendent of Public J is your Governor you won't

:La. CONCHA HOTELNO I have to see anyone to see him! I

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II : 1 1.o=. Jigger to Each Drink

P .: @;;"._- 1 18En 88-B Bottled BEER. . . . 30e i i I LEVER "c'--- S ** *-** TUESDAY MAY 4th WARREN

!. ELECT: RAFAEL FERRER: I La ii (Pniiri-at Ad..rt"..m."t. Paid f..r bg Fr!.n .,.... lain..'.1' Asrt.i I J. D. McAndrews. Manager. t TRlln"rE I'. IIORu",: o'O'HHY.-\l: : I
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'1'llly.Ii16Y: (:AN FIEI. NO PAIN i i nile I..\TE BULLIiTINS j republican nominatioa. desire
rJ ANNOUNCE-; HONOR ROLL Putting .1 Should Dewey again lost fwre. h*I Elect
,, Continued From lace One)
y ( [ will nave Utl. cbaac a l gala-
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{ Wolvc Oowni. for. the year's outtanding | C. SAM I B.
f I ing the corded Republican nom I
OF LOCAL( ( HIGH; SCHOOL i acing event. ; inated.

Calcdo. mudder. had been 1 1I CURRYCLTRK
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r Four. (:frla, Our Ito, Ar,* fS Bradshawalit' his seven greyhounds :cral bed ea< i in She. week as : OF THE t
with the success of hi t was thought the track would four Grocer SELLS That Coed CRIMINAL COWT

...........n.. Of XIMi: () At.rr .,'IOIIX'Vllr'IIillg northeastern Oklahoma "wol >e filL Eddie Arcaro who will
ext rmination" K"rViceM)' STAR BRAND I'LI.J: .
I ride Citation arraigned on, 22
r1 .I" Work During. I'nrl.y For Kemp hoBnds"he life out of the says biggest"can wolf snap tha the a charge of disorderly was condict' AMERICAN COFFEE LEV}:1LTUESDAY.- .-: -"

t 1..1. l M\.Wrrk IVriiMl. AI New! Home 1 ,. e roams." Pee charge- was brought by a policeman and CUBAN MAT. 4TH
Bradshaw doesn't charge for who stated that Arcaro' -Try A Pound TocI.y- (is 4 i' '

f f II....." 11..11) at. Itw.a, pupils. In. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony. Kemp, his service. Neither does he collect tad become abusive during a.raftfc .-
!1 nMrr. Ilish: H t....,1 l who ,haveiHlrr'than. << 1519'! Loon strict. were pleasantlyMiipii the $2 >O'bounty the state jam. ,
..Isi.w | ..,rr.w work i'>ed at a hounewarming 'parfor'each Volt bagged: Will

, fAT'th. IJtstralNNSBiel; ending held tit their new ""11hy\<< a h'lIIt him,''it3"a hobby_' lie ,began hi TODAY THE DAY I J
' j Ar-tH" l 10 f ,., rnenrh eerenlly.Mra. hunting 'two years ago after .- !
i 300- Ant"ucSmith.. terrain Keno Had 1 an enjoyable pack of wolves invaded his farm .
1 No tac,". Itilly. Stewart time opening| till the lovely' gifts mangling two '(alvcs' and killing !w S4.WO.OOO.OOO tax cut goes '
Martha" Watkins VIAnn N..l>l.-tt.FVtty .'he and. Mr. Kemp rcrcivtfl for several young turkeys. 'nlo effect. The tax cut will mUD THE La CONCHA HOTEL
a raise in ta'cc-jiom pay for all
W..h. t tIxO'Olam lhlr, home.
1 wolves ira
Bradshaw hunt the
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, 'I he nation s workers. Seven and
Aimayor Vwcnt It.1rehmevita[ were served and pickup truck with a hinge
, 1 Molin. <; (''alMa. Ann everyone had l Jin t-njoyahle even tailboard which'('an be opened vr half-mifion taxpayers were COFFEE SHOPWill

1 ....."[.."". !NHlMM.-n Government officials stated that
2.73- Nathalie Vishkz. . Mmilyn' nll"n.hnJ: the affair were: .
I o. the back. "I just drive around t post of the Si 00.000.000 would
1 "Ht"f'tt, lib. Wink,IT. Italian, Mr. and Mm. A. Atwell. Mr. Remain Open
J wolf. h
' ; ranch until I spot' a : 70 for more end better food.
Wade and l Mrv Ix-Itoy){ Sawyer Mr.
": ;1M M_ K.|>lit.. Merle Mil! cant :Mr.\' ('. I IJ Wagoner FuyItnlieita. ''''' .. .'J says. "Then I 'let the greyhoundout :loihes and amusements. the Summer
Mum' '. Hetty Clln.I :.. : ,' and they pick up the seen Throughout
t tun, AMir '''' llHlv Hun-hell. Jeanne ; L : :'.. "
I t s,t''"s. Hot-rit CUifliwr.: Tliomu. Phyllis Kemp. Emily: '-_ "" :i. ;:J.r.D.. .,....;.! _.",'. and that's all there j is to it. He F. H. A. ENDSWASHINGTON
I JjWIAlter. J.tlifiun' I'ttUyfllljurll. .'tl/('.'. Mm. Carl' Weeklcy.. Mm.Ikubli i f idP .tvir.phnlu) recently accounted for 20 -F. H. A. died 7:00 ,f..". lo 2:30 /'..1/.
\ Tan Ik.natl. llorurio ' Weekley. Mr. and Mm. BEVERLY SMITH. on..yia;.ol( i baby. eels no pain as 'Nurse in less than that many trips. !ast night and today regional of.

('..,III... llraston Warren. l taut ,., Gene: Skagga Mr. und Mm. Manu"1 Helen Zimmerman pricks het arm'wilJi a'p ,n'.in Children's Hospital 1 fices Throughout the countrywere a:11'.11. to 2:30.1..11.t
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1wr CtiittllU IloHriatirJ.40 AlI I Akron. The uniform worn bv Fleet ,being advised not to accept
/ 1 I Domenii-h.' Mr. and Mrs. at Oh! Th't ''Infanthi* startiad'doctors becauseof
; K.vr 1k I I -rvaldl... I....UIMOrrHcr. I I I frill I I, M,... Jack Swift her inability to'tael'any;: pain whaUvar'from burns:!'bumps or t I Admiral Chester W. Nimitz when any more loan requests. Wash Businessmen Lunch from 70c
I. Kvrlyn: Kkriloii.'' Judy II ,i Mrs. Vivian Itol>(crts Mr>;. M. I). pin pricks. She Is said 1qbe ppeof-"four fiva"-bablts .. he signed,: the Japanese iurrcnaei ington observers predicted that . .
lW.uchlry. Melvin' Whitman.. ;'| Creel! Mrs. Kloisi:' Medina, Mm.rUtoijjc or ever I'I document in Tokyo Bay. Sept. I i I F. H. A. wouldbe revived sometime
I U- Fu; &:t-tee Kmhoffcr. (CilJ J i I Kemp." \ Jnry Duke. born with that cong'tntfal-dondUlaii.{ !levelly is healthy in every I,: 2. 1941.) has been donated as a next week.CAMPAIGNS. I DINNERS from $1.00
I, respect She has a aormalthref-yeay>old sister., Barbara Naval
let, Tears. Klranor CMilMn.jKritli |I . ? i i permanent exhibit at the
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In and CheRnrliun't IJ.liruu.I1'fI1.
J..h..tI1".. Itrrnuid Kaplan, '' Apply To ''V"tl.AI''MIi"ne ( 1."V l f tyrs Tplded, it stands 1'9 inches Maryland ,. ; Portland' Governor Tom I lrn\t Try .
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AuAtrj, IIi9w. .nlup. 1.-.iJt lIu/IM.II.1/ Collapsible :.. .*.f... ;j'lagta; and'DM'JvsurtJs; 5J: inches !Ions: ]'I I Dewey of New York has invaded I. J. D. McAndrawt. Manager.La .
Nancy l Irnr. Mary1r.u AlUiry.Jc : for riMrria. ::e \li- 1 and 13; ir i >thta wide. Jt,opens to'' A totalfnf. 79.WO; JWyal l Reservists : Oregon. Dewey will enter the CONCHA HOTEL.
iw W4ester.t n'",>" were file l ychtritLty, in the Utl.'CWNDON. : 9t.inShelu :!h.'lwo inches parlicJpalcd in'ttfroweek: active Oregon primaries opposed by .
l J.20 MuiU-l AtUiry. ItcH ..nit'.. of County Judge JUymondiIt. 1 ( J Wd, el'Jl funs, 30 m. p. h. and duty Iramlhg: crunes during I I Harold Siassen. This is said to
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200) Ainlii-y Hay/iMr. Sylvia 2.. of the U S. Navy and' Ilannn : -
I finish-! .IWU ('"why. Hill. llrniy.HiiMMll. M. lama: 28. of lion' Pucker h'e l motor cycle 'Ithat; Juta ::130 '-dVino' j.taijli'. I Exclusively With Rubin- Appel i .

rJ'alnl4' : lirnv Wlnlkcr.llwwwll. tx-ieel I; .liy IV.n.-iM I.. l'aid letx' 'rry, tntl('s to the gallon .h ":'fIPt'f ar'f''>]f 'Nayy.i t nV rcrorH .affHmst> >tetanus Ji Jeyek 11..n. Pas ah iawc.Ir 21. of 120; Ann tieet. and I:cJns. in n land. It "Ni" peacrlinie"vc4; ; .-' arc are e
I .ta (''"M hit.. VaiH.1.Olinrt M. lionet 2... of loon Ainc--l ion nC the J1i1fMI'ftOM'f" rtJfaniihlc -{during World War II. with not a 1t .

: M..'lnn, FIMN, (:Sitm.lj.CJiaih flu-rl. : liy llil Matins 2ft. of motoroT-le.:' : With Its.hajifdkj-. 1nfcrtU sMfitc; \ \prrbpn.. .ricvfWipins I the 1i .
: Wake111111, '. Kviitw.Nanry : :. 1210 Vaiela htret. aril Hufina I I r_ : : _ - i I 9th Is Mother's
Ittilliias I i.l: "il AnMlwr.Sol FeriLincIcIP.:, of .lIn! Amelia I ARONOVJTZU MAKES Sunday, May Day

lI'. A vita, Maiy. ('..wi..)', Floyd i.ti int. I I ..
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n..t........ J.".... MMlfiiul. lllly ; Illllt; in 'IM7! "''''I .esNpAY. CAY SPllSXG DRESSES = q 1J "
('ruwJ.Mlisisk.. . (:I""V6 1'.1"1111., I iftfely l.the ::'n.oul! 2.)2! !> we'itlinlioiiriil o ( ili ti MEMB I
'1ity 1,1. Ik.t.'tl r: Mill". U'n 1111." .n. of whirh Hweie ifI'Vh :
S "......... Jim. )Fniil....m-r. l'III"v rivilhin. ,pl.timt.' i ; // ..
IIur/MN4' JgrrItubrenl.rla BY -vF_ (( /;: .:I
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Ihikuni. J>ii. IM'iir.' !' ge -
|Itantel' lt<".. A ('. .:van11na.i. i PAJAMAS and HOSIERY
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MI. t. ,II'e'. M..a... I'.ii .v Complete StoreAT : '
1I.I..n.. Sherry. 1'1')' IktlltbdariIs .. 1! . SI tfilall

.. . Jauw'e. SlK'M| ,,,.ul. !11.,11 YOUR FINGERTIPS (pift t 1 ollr kqr f re') yti eeiruie eut I j
thy ('asIi'.sw. .11. I I..Ait. Cirri. l lir f laths I II WI..
n. ....It. J"hn I.Ih'n. AIehN'hater ''' aa M-a a aa K .

Ji, m Collar Mary I..MiiscIVnt. RAVING BEAUTY.. i a. III )
( llauy Carry. Jllun "farm ANYTHINGAND Kfwo.piecer t t
Myittr (Cilli lush witJJI ,e
\\M lart( lili| KirlMi-ilsnii. I embroidery. By DofU t 'Dodson: PetalSdgt 3

J< M' San "Itr/, Cl...."" n..I'IIIo: I in Mollinson's rayon Miami;. [
CleadI'ei'rr.I Mayfirlil K..wl..a&. EVERYTHING. l.II :
iW-lly Taylor. Vivian Oan.. IAYI a I I Bfack/wKite! ; Navy/whife; E %
lllrh I llr\nly, I
!' Jn Ann' .nh"lI.) S169SII .
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Itbnllnuvd Krtundate Pace ltnrlter .Rev MawJ/ orrr1.11urI'rr. 'reinIIE.11ttl,11t'l .". at.
law \vriri h"lil"-.l It! ) IS oceanI orrice sr( ,

tin'1\11 I cluta' and. Kir . y t t! iC ::
Anftol..1 last! night t wren Stau ]l V
\\ryIfuUcK. prtiju lcl,r i>f lh.' Halt' j, Phones 15601561 I t underthings (",)t l'.IS{ K.'. .5 salt ftattfr/Ms f fIMS .

nu, Suuthaitl utrrrU and. Calms' t 1 .and sleea-weer 1y for E +rx ... $ Jry,, employed at the DiiftHKtwJ tmuulun and I Fleming Si*. t +tli, r kH'S
liar. 2 Kr >nl ,.tir. ..t. I \ I l'"Ir\rr.: llrlforniami : r ; '' 'I" IiFifalec. 3

}I by Tiny|I'hl\an. \\TTC pV Ki rrtl nK.un>. Cm.lci'Htxillo.T1 nrn. .t. //HEPIIODF I.ifr Hra....iiTi** a y !::i :i. AJtemis.tetJt.I1i! 10". . j

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llpdra a)Ki tlqiwr to two cantors r .rZ 1 ,.
:I l..,thunder 21 years of ace, andi ARRS llt..t. sro levels' te I.." inek I 1 Just rtecciredA e fetal the w VrMt.JZteU. 3
i UvAt Soolcy fold liquor to cane U EA v . de. ) 00 n.ght. For ee. Shipment ofGIFTS "J a '
. touch o' q1am.-u.. 1'I'tI! h t
S. Mal'inc. hova.t uls t under I ...
limit. FORIDEXTERM you.uf in Iac. d." J \tIH I (; t
the Harry ate Kaplan, a bnrtrmlor rni It d.n1.i; ; . q"w". rettii jl )'. .-
t teat p".s: ['.hlt '.;1. l L :
ployed<<' in CrcilV M; r. i iMrr ... !
U..n"1 Jt q t .r.J in your f."ort; rey"i .
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,in Municiwl CiHirt Itcfurc Jude.lelary :' ,e .. ."..ips fhr0ugIutFinq 1 for.
Alhur)'. Kaplan ploadtnlnut " ; . :
entity. Judge. Alluny P| st Ci01 Ntf CEBANUOitt ,' . I t Dress
|'.wt| hcolu log tlic c''>c until' after A il1* :! 3

I the" elrttion I. l h y "lu"l't of Kaptan'a I I' ,,, oar lc' I\ MOTHER'S DAY from Our Slii.wiii.= of .
ttoinry. Tom tVullrnaKaplan. ''
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\\<* trd l>on U II..lIn6UO: t t\u-h -I
< | I and White Beautiful GOWNS in .. .
r\rly+"" : -U $ 'eo 0-
1 1: : Sheers and Crepes Blue Swan PAN-
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TIES in Assorted Colors HANDKERCHIEFS While Summer :
YOUR i ""I i HANDBAGS in several styles l Peasant and Dressy BLOUSES i f
HOME Y :. by Perqueltc Gotham Gold Stripe HOSIERY in the new ExtraBLUE DANUBE $

c *. Pastel Shades and Many Other Desirable Gift Things i $298

'" ...--WITH--......., < i Special SHEETS-81x99 Silt

N CII1I.1HU'V: ) :: Un.-: ..r... I'inafon. .nail ;mitt S uit.
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...._....." Ilu lu .&Ilan / I i SWIM SUITS by CATALINA I ... I,I

leer fJ FRT MEMBER "/ 1 our J
I 1 TWIN Now Showing A. Large Selection el LADIES' New Summer I SHOES
1 ) TUBBINO FEATURING : 1frreilrntionallr/ .I\f""f'I' i!

IS FASTERI! DRESS SHOES and SANDALS r mn: (;oo() E SHOES fur CHILDHKN: ) .:: : w. :4 I I"flk .

Washday Is changed to wash ,.* . "Wir Styles, forirtns sender noth :

Tub hour-as thr this triumph Dexter of washer Twin FRKKM; ; I t.A andI'! \ Itl l SIl SIJt;S fur dlriffqr S H A E SA Large Selection of Ladies' SHOES for t Stiminrr fir 'r(,"'. Dretf. : ircar If'r.,r 3 :

UT US Hit( YOUtotKYOUtPAINTINOrROBliMS dependability washes I't.TEIiS': ; SilO,.:.,, .J:1l'Dl E.' I Dress. Sport and Play Weir SE
t Also Showing new styles in MIRACLE TREAD 3
rinses wrings nil athf !
Plenty of Whites. Pastels. Cold. Multi-Colors and Spectatorsin
sam time. See' why and how MEN'S DEPARTMENT oaCOr1TS( . I and FRENCH MODERN SHOES r
( SFri the Newest StylesI : 4t3 i
I the Dexter Twin Tub washes SHIRTS in :
cleaner Quicker easier. Cool Mesh Materials . New Summer-weight SUITS and i .
Home Appliance Large Selection of TROUSERS: {/ ] ''\ Sport and Dress Shirts. Esquire Sox. Polo t RED! GUU E SHOES for UllLDKLN: ) .=
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GOMEZFURNITURE i. V7 1111 I Eli 1 Shirts. Johnsonian Shoes. Kane's Underwear .
Company ;

IM s..toa SU Key West I ;-' O) Dmul) Street _

1 .i 1 I I Key West'a Largest Store i I

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