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 3, 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 )


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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i li 4 .\ Legion Probe

I i;I TOTAL '$112: ,i :,, .;Y,' ::3"8"I ; ::1 ''f Br.

t! FIRST 2 'MONTHSSays t ;>!''I:Harold CLEVELAND-rBx.Staae44re':';:THE*today!, Taft DAY'winding and-,! WINNERS IN PRIMARY !,I I Rackets, Warren '

: up thelr.'a' .auOQS'campaigD Seven Polling Places Open k-
I Slt.t.UII" Sonic Iloail- in the Ohio!Republican; prunary.} '
Siassen b"opposing' :"Tail in only i I In County \l 7 Clock Political Rally j i Promises Post
1i ork will tie sintte.1' Forfcstal Praises 13 districts/',bYLth3st followers
I 1 say thai sheuU!Jt >take tea of I|i In Morning mail Close >> 'I ;, 1
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l lfore nits To H9| Sea-, : these districts. t It will be a'major r< Tonight r --
t C illIn HouscF[ or victory for Stassen._ !> At 7 Clack; In EU ciiing! ; : NEW.: CUMJIANDKR, AR;..

I eau I. I The Public Affairs committee '1
I TORNADb'EILLS 21 '\ The hottest primary fight In\ of the Jr. Chamber of Com-- TIIUK SAWYER POST,|procedure at the time of the!obligation and quoted from UM
I I City of Key Wrst has rca'izrd! Manpower\ Draft CLARKSBUBGH. West V ate- some years will come to an cmtIt { \imcrcc: will hold a political rally 5 } installation of a new commander preamble of the Legions coasfitufion. -
i total ef 12,738.11 from the to- ,A tornado that, struck Missouri. .morrow, with the voters going at Eayview Park tonight at 8o'clock. SAYS S SITUATION "IS I j Js the outline" of plans: for the: :' Then he concluded Mi
l Lan piulucU sales tax in the t INS .Avmrialrd fr.... Oklahoma. $ansas. Kentucky.West : to the polL and rejlotcnng their Principal speakers will J coming year, said Warren to the address: with: j j
I first two nwntht the ]I WASHINGTON, May 3-Secretary ': Virginia killed, twenty-one choices for the various position be .heriff candidates.Following (; L\VI:" i i assembled; Legionnaire ami When the American Lnc taxes have | their ladies.
and its members have
end done
injured 160. The tornado Uifsr
l en. in effect. of Defense James For-' Seven, polling places in _the the speech's of the "I would "At this
City Manager smashed a gas line in A&hiord.KT : sheriff individual address like to say that this time however the best to their own satisfactmt ta
Ralph D. restal today praised the House ccl4nly will at 7 a. m. to- any may American Legion is faced. along clear the cloud .
bpalding reported toe which added to. the devasta open the audience' f.ia periodof administration, with the perinis310n up that bade
lily I,I of Representatives'' draft bill as ting wind,damage* morrow and close at 7 p. m. five minutes for or against: I. and backing: of Arthur Sawyer i i i with the entire populace of this over our community and eater
I In,.Mairh. W.i63JI ".IU.'OUect- excellent Forrestal said the<<: bill M T There was some doubt exptvaoctibj any candidate. Post, will devote its entire'j I city and county with an exceedingly county, then this admixitr'atm
SHIP OUT:OF'CONTROL county ufficials today \vheth-J l grave situation that tendsi will submit its other piflaua lairthe
ed fawn lobaci' meets approval, of all branches James Murph cb*:,sear.;. will efforts: and its every facility to |
u while in Aprilthe : NORFOLK: r "A: United Fruit er all the ,voter mote,than 3,009 be in charge: of tonight's .program eliminate the malignant i to become worse with each and coming year
of the and that aU ate' growth I I
service I
taxrulUxUtt amounted to Corporation freighter. bound for of them would have a chance tu for the candidates for sheriff that is eating at the heart of the I j I every day that p* -SPS ]!: "Another problem hs Ian-
Ji.tT2.77. ,,t well pleased with the provisionsof Hanna. 'Cuba is today out of vote City of Key West and Monroe I "Therefore. rather than present ::dumped in our lan my cnnwa....
City Manager SpaWing | the legislation control and afire,off,Cape Ha1rns |- The ,ticket' is set long containing --_. -- -. County." i j I I you with a long list! of tentative : a problem as serious as this re-r
that as the incume: said', I The bill_provides for the in- ,., N. C T> stun ai
from] this
i i cre&.c in the services of 621,000 ship the ,Ingraham.. has been the voters' might not havo time fust district: a short address delivered by'[r administration with the permission is the threat of commune to
the tubarrw taxes rn be deter-' dispateched to the, scene. The to vote according to official! Claience' "" Hi ;:KH unopposed I George Allen Warren the !i J i and the backing of Ar- the nation. We are carrying ute
mint s. JrceU.'<<" kidewallu and personnel and the possibility of :: United Fruit boat carries no passengers .They were expected to vote only for county comin: ;..:;Jbioher in the I casion; of his: itvtall.itiyn on as commander oc-- ', thur Sawyer Post. will devoteits torch against communism: ia the
f1 t 'ewrrs throughout the rity would' drafting those jn age groups 19 and only'general cargo. for one or two or probably half third rlislnrt of Arthur Sawyer Pos j i 1 entire effort and, its every ''' nation and we carry the Ionia
to 25. Also in the bill I dozen candidate d fr nding In the fifth facility to eliminate the mali against crime and corruption n*
c'', be retwiU up lo the limit of the is a plan f a p nn dutrict; there i> 28, The American Legion Saturday -; nant that
(1 f't tasty toll cted. to draft plants used in the production "t OER *Y' MAILLONDON.A '! how well they are bold on indi. another hot fight for county coin- evening. ; heart growth IS eating at the our,own_ community and muntv "
of th- of
viduals. : City Key West v r stirrup 10th flu.tixt
b mb concealedin j missioner Candidates are -William
"I'm prHty sure that timei of war materials : ,I Warren referred to the recrnt : and Monroe Countv:'
t tirtt work will 1 be done hrinre a Shakespearian: volume of Holtr fight is amons the siv' G. Curry. Harry I*. Harris. disclosure; that City Policemenand Commander was the a t.III'nlt
i Senate leaders have yet madeno I can'- J lIe then spoke of the Legion's Continued On Page Fituri I
the kummer .U past.*! said Spa Id- books and sent by parcel: post candidates for sheriff Tlw Ir Johnson Etlney Parker and a former deputy sheriff had
1 f Inc "Whatever b Uitrd will comment on the possibilityof took the life ,individual it'' didates are Fred C. Eberhardt,I W. A..PdrrcJi. who is seeking reelection been involved in the theft of
; 1 be fmikhed before the; next tourist accepting the bill in its i present was not intended. Jor. Captain Rafael II Fernr. Alton Oohring. -|t blot machines from the Elks Clubrooms -
I vrtiatMi t"**site! around.i ." form I Farrin. a decorated ,hero of the '' Everett R. Rivas, Berlin* Three mnrtirlat-e ar" sf't'k..o: 'during the recent state OVERSEAS MARKET
. French and Italian' Campaigns A Sawyer seeking: re-eietlioo the nomination. . for superinten- convention of the Florida State
was not at home when the pack..,and John M. Snottswood l""nt' "...Ii.| m.;trur-tion. They Elks Association, and the $rJO
II' age arrived. His younger brother.]t Three men are seeking the no*'arc Willard M. Albury seeking burglary at the American Legion
VOTE FOR Rex. opened Ibe,.package' and sition of state representative fur re-election. Horace O'Bryant and Home on Stock Island 935 Division Street SSSm.Phone 419'
died as a result, of the ensuing this district They are Bernie C' M"'vln n""sell ''I am aware that the general: .
billet The package:bomb was in Papv. Milton A. Parrott and Tom' Gerald II Adams and Allan L I _....- VEGETABLE IEIAItfMEfisT
retaliation by a Stern 'gang O Watkins. 44 Hampton .are seeking election to
I GERALD H. ADAMS ber who accused the .C<< mem-I Earl R. Adams and Frdnk.1,: the 'JChool board from the
Just Recciretl Full Carload
kidnapping an' -year-fold.: Bentley are running; for the nomination -,''ond district: Julio Cabanas, bec-I! Aluminum Roofingat 01
for ish boy in Palestine'some i for clerk of circuit courtj,' and Isidore Wemtraub are
ago. .. Jew-I Joe Allen J. Otto Kirchheinecj t I nine!: for the school hoard in the - '
MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD I and W C. Sweet in:;;! are running I'fourth district, while Lillian STUUNK I.DMKKK YARD :
LONDON.-The' British today II I

PULL LEVER ..25A. (Continued\ :On..Page_Eight) 1 I Palace Theater i HJOE ALLEN t I


... 1'era Junta (Ie* Eiluraciuti LEcHERO) ,. 2p Di. iritoEl ._ 'I Elect FULLER_.WARREN .. Ruth Warrick_BrennanJn and Walter, .d J I __ For, County CommissionerWKWF ; QAUUCAT1ON.DtPNDABItITY f Come and Get 'Em-They're; Cheap'

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(i>.ltI..lltlcaJ aQferll'm..nt LISTEN.. L =-"' '''' '.
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Glenn C. Mincer I tA
: The People of Monroe County|
: 7:30 TONIGHT
l PLEASE Listen to,:,.. I I a >7 at : hare those Requirements in I TONIGHT 'F

For Re-EI eaiol I l CANDIDATE RANK: BENTLEY FOR CLERK. I ,': i FRANKBENTLEY i i at 7:10 fts#

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r16 A Elect ,! Candidate for ''I Speaking On Behalf of -
.e lEVER I Clerk of the : I

Mincer prosecutes only Murder. Kidnapping RAUL A.CARBONELT4. CIRCUIT COURT .1 Judge ROSSWILLIAMS
and nape cases. No case he has prosecuted I
to ,a conviction has ever been re- Seeing. however long you may I Iee.
versed. is NO" SUBSTITUTE for _
Better Knovrn( As jJcy" PERIENCE.: : .KNOWLEDGE. Circuit Judge. Group One
11'ald. lovIUk'' 'tly..rll..n..O. for CONSTABLE. 1ST DISTRICT t saV QUALIFICATION. EX-I (/Fees. l >i' ,illnar t>ltrVOTE .,. .:
I "Shoemaker. Stick to .
PULL =__ 29-A Last" is a Time,Tested Saying. .
Experience in one trade! or profession -
1 LEVER' ", s I FOR{
''->. DOES NOT qualify us to
(Paid 1't>IIU al AdTrrtiriueuOHOUSEWIVES erre in an altogether DIFFERENT I i
TOM O. WATKINSPledges "/ Trade or Profession. i;f John M.' Spottswood for SheriffPULL

His Utmost Endeavor For The . . FRANK
It Hits Your Purse! LEVER > 18.F
of the Following I c Iva
Accomplishment : I If you truly want prog-

Removal of all tolls from Overseas t I MERCHANTS\ . BENTLEYhas ress. want to see Monroe

Highway. I It Tangles You Up! Keen Accountant during County represented by a
.Under no circumstances will I i an young man well qualified -
he Thirty-two Years he has < .
resided with
change any provisions of our I I You will PAY MORE for Every I good judgmentand
city charter without being requested I Bg of Groceries. Every Piece of in Key West. experience to back
> so to do by. a majority ) Clothing you Bur if a Sales Taxis him up. who has always a
of our city commission: or unI I j Adopted. worked for the best interests -
} less a referendum submitting Comptroller Gay. in his Hometown I Lt FRANKI of Monroe CountJ-
such change to the electoral Paper the Orlando Morning
is made a condition of any such i if Sentinel says I
t f I change. ;>> "Something has t* b* done. andit t : John M. J poltswiMMl,
l I I .Removal all state taxes from I looks as though'it twill have to for Sheriff
tI.I..L gasoline used by fishing boats : be a SALES TAX.? has a Thorough Knowledqe of '
John not too
and ACCOUNTANCY is young
commercial or otberwise.I' Gay's opponent...Edwin G. (Ed) Accountancy
; is the CHIEF FACTOR in Per- and he has the youth energy -
1 .Substantial financial aid to our i Fraser says:: : ,
j yision.
: ALL THE DUTIES of a perseverance
, cities. so far as may be possibl i "I am AGAINST a Sales Tax:
I and the to
1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. A genuine
without additional taxation. I I am AGAINST New Taxation of 4- make Monroe County a
.Additional assistance to the '! any kind. The People of Florida . vote for l respectable wholesome, decent progressive county
: aged and blind as well as* are now Overburdened with Taxes. ; +
crippled and dependent chile What"wV Need is MORE FRANK
submitted excellent qualifications and a past record to bck r*
teen.Maximum 1 ECONOMY;iaTT labassee. it
__ y- his proposals for a good Sheriff's office which he will ..,...
aid to schools and school. teachers. b,Y() .Jo .
under the direction and help of the F.B.LIF


(i > 17c Ma> till SPOTTSWOOD. or if you would care for any informal regarding .
the election tomorrow. or would like to have tfi
LEVER1f's RE-ELECT the Duties of the Clerk of the Cir
Time fur A t/.all; *--ELECT cuit Court will be PERFORMED : portation to take you to vote telephone 1411 and time ntl


r Your STATE REPRESENTATIVE Pleas-e -- ,- -9-A 9 A YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVEAlways I I' PILL Rp( ._-_- 19-B John M. SpotlsNood for Sheriff
l'Vlltk".t Adv br Jo-rle.cI or Tom 0. 'aUd.a) ]Pull Lever': Fighting for the Best Interests of Monroe County I \
may t I cru"enivnt > t I UMul rulitltal A.t. rto-. III' ,,"/
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Roosevelt Watsoh .Clara Yntes WedsJohiiZ. { Thief.Entered Ihisi'oedroom f f5'Qfen., a\ the bot.f were

S "I KilfghtJhk iMf&j The pants contained $%00 ana
Drowns In Texasrnarsetrelt r i i Overseas-Hole}.. fours checks Herman said. Th*

Cfiriip At G'fIlJl --- -- prdwier entered an adjoaving
Watson. ot1 room, then gained acce : to lIerman's ,
.. stepson Max Herman proprietor of
Clj-de Mrs. Magdalena Yates. 414 Son to Griffins room by going through: a I
Smart. 903 Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin. 905_ Overseas Hotel reported to the- bathroom.
Ft nns shoes,. drowned Simonton ftreet, announces the I
atLlday at 4:30 marriage 'of heir daughter. Clara! Division street, announce the sheriff office today that.A par Ray Hamlin. who Investigated
ioi tfternooh in Jlo s\on. Helen, to Master Sgt. John Z. birth of a boy at S:05 this mOrn- for the sheriff's office, said that
I ttlsalt.dirs.. Knight of the United Stag Mar j i tog, weighing 5 IDS, 15 ozs.Daughter I.of trousers he left hantm" in the thief evidently knew of Her
.. Nary n.cnmotht"l" ines. I I man's practice of hanging his
_Mel. of. to Castors of a girl yesterday weighin 9Jibs. trousers where he did.
Stnltrt. Iett today The marnagc took place Sat
for 0 \
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A"N"" whtrrIk" funeral win urday. April 17. in 'Clamp 'bright I Mr and' Mrs. Hector Or t!r. | 3 ozs. at 10:20 p. min the I
w hrid. Chapel Guam. The bnd wore 2409 Staples?, announce the birth Key West Municipal Hospital Subscribe to The Citizen.PULL .

,f. ' THANKS j a gown of and aqua carried tilth white a whiteprayerbook accessories -1.................................

with a white orchid
W thanking Vt tab this n>P rtnnrty of spray. - !: Tsmortow, 11 :
tlMooPte'attending: oUr A reception for the bride end LEVE' ty 'J..B
Bint. Party. Friday Nile, and alM KTdom was held ath'e Chief J. May 4tKELECT a .
the ilrtrhanu a ho contributed Petty Officers' Club at the haval
-pri2H' fur that evening as they Air Station Agana. GuMn. I :
are rtvponstbte for bur successful :
party. Tl* monies derived from documents
Egyptian on p3r't'h.ment
thU Atf-rtalnmnt bill be used dating.from 1,500 )"ein:
f fur poiNortnc our FIELD MEET B. C. still exist.
tin Saturday May 15th. at 10:00 HORACE O'BRY
1s na AM.r. Baseball athe Field.Naval This Submarine even --- - -= .--.P il

M bring giVen for the Public
Let Us You
of Monroe County

.I.A ASchoul mayMn TWENTY-SIXERS. Plan Your Floors I I For County. Superintendent .:

: -EATS New KM"If Free.Asphalt Estimates Tile Given ': of Public Instruction :

f- CANDY ,; .Rubber", Tile

,'.. i,, W4tats Loses Size SS 12 Lbs.Alain t,, Plastic.PlAstic Floor:.Cork Broadf.UsCapello Tile Wall TiM.Til I'': PUT A T.RAINED :

::: C tL.I -..Y.e..t :-...e.drlrs.r I.M.e 1 Wool Rags :
... wi--.,aitrd A t 1 ri..r Acoustic Ceilings SCHOOL MAN !
( 1ar1/..... I.......' J-T.IUMf.
,.a r::.:;l*h: Lis. ..: Hardwood Flooring
a. Formisa for Sinks.
es i iQf t.........,._kw/.rt..a...w.....t\lit...:...AU"_ Counters. Tables IN A SCHOOL
.. JOBRemember :
, 1yl. P111:'J :':1 l ii, tE.ln. _' .. Floor Sanding and
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M r.rts rr.1wwa.1 s Refinishings
eo+.t ../.Ms
-e.4': 11 ir'.wsc .uk JOO t7eri 4 j PULL
tIn "' Mpt M twnw.aPaa1NL N* liutivr i. *. N. dnw. Eat Modern doors Tile \ 24B M \TII ,

Jill 'I *. .BywiVMl iMMMf*,. AMblHy tA. Atltebrfc IU-mtr** mcaH! ..,...b J : i II i (laid t .t,1s1 1.: T.a.i... Vrirndn.iTriia..r, :., :. ,. :
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p I -5'.t t-...., ..'r v..t..... Laes Uor",.ftt alwvt..1be'UlJ)Wat rsdt fur a.. J. L. .......... .
Igo ' _Ii11a....s. W..tnu will Flooring: Contractor ........ .. ..........
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.tlaM M.da
Il wr in w ut u.ali 1434 VIRGINIA STREET I
lof .1 .... r.traw.It.drat ... avail. _ PHONE 1599
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rid ._ L." --5 _._ I, p # WALWAYS
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j UI s water-whether it's for a Monday washday

. a or a bath before bedtime-the new automatic k .. 1
Serve Gas Water Heater

. : FOR HOME or : will give you all you need,whenever you want Y I 1
4S it,as hot as you want it. -t i

: For here's truly different and Getter hot
: water service for your home Servel's ad- a I
I vanced ball-type design speeds up heating i
I fl'1. Art'-t"HI'"'' To furnish You WithOrtir a i; and keeps water hotter longer . and hot y
I a Tilrc CVttKk or CMMIEl) ICE UIa enough to operate any of the newest home '
S r III laundry and dishwashing machines. When t k I
there's an unusual demand for hot water x =
,; Thompson Enterprises, Inc. :\ Serve redoubles its efforts to keep it flowing T j I

at the temperature you like. of t i

lt lI (ICE DIVISION) :I Beautifully Streamlined t
See Sepvel's handsome white jacket of heavy g f
iuguaimi* iwj m nmwmmjiujiutt!!!t ntnni mmnululnmmnlnnOnmuum steel, with its sparkling Newtone finish. You t

- o aHaM HammH owe it to yourself to come in and see the .
BmBHH lHBBBB B B B B B B aB beautiful Servel models . today! <

Overseas Transportation w 6 outstanding feature t ,
/:.. that Increase fflclcncy
...cut fuel costs

Company, Inc. 1. Must.Fr*.Copper Tmk
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2. Hlchl ETflcfMt lutonulM
Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service tExchanger
__between- 3. SHrnt IUb................. ( L V

LscclnsivtHaltType 4. Slnpl Po ltiv.Contrvte ;
MIAMI and KEY WEST Servers An ?
Tank 5. Dv..-Tlilcli tasitbtieii w
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Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS 6. ToJd-W.Ur Brak.- _
Between Miami and Key West

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(No Stops En Route) tUtt b,&.whirs af lit StnM Gas Ktfrlwatw(
SUNDAYS) at GOO P.M. Ar- .

I ties at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Midnight ________
SUNDAYS) at 12:00 clock Mid- __ -
night and arrives ai Key West at r'"l
C.GO otlock A.M. I '-' T 1j'J' I Cut parboiled white potatoes InInch sCC5.
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focal Schedule: ..t'\: Sail pepp. blush with butter. Cut apples in
At All Intermediate Points) Of. '_inch slices leaving skin on. Brush with
LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT sa "ag butter, sprinkle with brown su ;a;. Arrange
SUNDAYS) at 8.00 o'clockA. Apple \\\1\9" apples, potatoes and sausages on ratk. Place
M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 \ potatoes 3'-4 from from flame. BioiL Turn saus;.gt->
o'clock P. M. in 10 minutes
LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT Set heat control or flame at highest position.
) at 8:08 o'clock A. M. and -0--
SUNDAYS Pre-heat 5 min. Broil 25 min.
.ITI.p. H." at Key Welt at 5.00


and W AREH USE: Cor. EaJo>3 Ie Freda It.
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i ,\ Tangier: is unopposed for the officer assisted:by the Key West I CLASSIFIED. PARTY FAPO .

'I i school board in the filth dis- Guard .of..Honor. sad 8RIDOE'PRIZE

trict. The following were. also installed -
I C. Sam B. Curry and Harry ITEMS

Dongo are running for the nom- to'ser've with'Commander Information for the Advertisers

ination of clerk of Criminal Warren tY Commander, Paul RATES FOB RKGCLARBLACKFACE and TAl3fE\T I EvattMnp .. TOTS cis

I Court; John England is unopposed I*. Mesa Jr.; 2nd Vice Commander Tl FEAdvertisements Parmeat for rlaasiflcd_ ade.a.."eM'--.. but' Nab ... tits .....,.
m nta I InrarlaWr <
for supervisor registration; .'Robert A:. Saunders; Chaplain. under thin bead regnter*ad-ertle.n wit, ledger a'-

David E. McCurdy and Frank O. Robert Daniels; Sgt. at Arms Ar- will be inserted in The Citizen at cousin may ha*. their a' ..ri.... TROPICAL

.. Roberts are running for judge of enrSjurs'en;Sr.;:Historian New ''the rate of Z t. ell Finder Service Officer. Jack ,,., but the minimum charge for .t.L1t.T'O DBAULIBhe 71$ Dual SL t'koe.i .
Juvenile Court. ; *
pu..Uc.-at. c pr mm I
i I t first li words or leas is COo. To inaor
\ For justice of the peace in the A. Saunders: Finance Officer, The rate for klarkrar U..* l. :e a b. in The Citizen ../!>. goferS tt I
t Clifford JU ,Raines; Committee- < word and the minimum ebarge frtbe o'clock In the norniar of the day ./ I
first district are Ira F. Albury
,. abllrxiJottAll
first li word ia 4i o( -- -- -
Paul Boysen; Myrtland Gates men Victor Hartmann. John I f !

Roy Hamlin Eugene Sanchez Stout; and Frank Romaguera.

and Samuel R. Silbernian are Distinguished guests included advertising Is accepted tinder the followUiaroa'Htl....: fai he THE MAN FOR THE K*
Al Mills National Committee- event e f error in advertising transient or contract. Th* CMIa. will tN
for justice of the
running peacein ._ .. ..... i"UUmtmr
responsible only for the first Insertion In ( lfl < Aa rr j
the second district. man; Arthur' Brigham. Coral '.....Ulnafor only the actual amount of space eccvpted by ia. iMYRTLANDCATES '

I In the race for constable in the Gables. Conducteur National 40 8; part of the advertisement where the error occurs. ".

first district are Raul A. Carbon- U. J. Delgado, Grand Chef deTrain mmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmammmmmmtHELP '

ell Carl J. Ingraham, Harry H. 40 a; Harry Cooper. Miami -

Johnson, C. Floney Pellicier Beach Area Commander WANTED-MALE 1 I WANTED

Benjamin J. Pierce Bernard H. Mrs. Myrtle Trent. Miami I Can.lHl4<- fear Ker
the Springs. 10th District Auxiliary A settled man for sales work. Ifyou're C. L interested in 4 to 1ft
Waite: for constable in second
of the lrorr in tk
district arc Jose Espinosa President; Mrs. Mildred Merri- interested and want to: acres waterfront on Keys between .

and Charles C' Papy. field. Miami District Secretary: work towards .a successful ca- I Key West and Marathoa. &>r Mt d li.kWt ,

reer write c/o P.O. Box 715 in Must be a bargain. I will pay .
The only two other county candidates Robert Danie Key West 10th Served fM Fait MMe Than Ft.. ...

: . have no oppositibftj They District Adjutant: William Sim- own handwriting, including a. taxes and balance to owner. .. Deptitaly Uiwe Shales
monds Miami. State Commissioner recent photograph. mayl.3t What have you to offer Write
County Tax Jul .. Key West .
are Collector Howard r
of Veterans Affairs Jack details and price in Pat letter.I
Wilson and County Tax Assessor H* KM a tftenJUCn II

"- Claude A. Gandolfo. ,. Saunders, County Service Officer HELP WANTEDFEMALEI am am interested not a real estate in building man. but a uf Law EalUI'no....... W =-
Carleton Smith Quartermaster
s ; I
As usual all saloons.will be little home. Write Box BRB him EMINENTLY QU
VFW Post
closed tomorrow between 7 ajn. '' 3911. I' crew managers experience co| Key West Citizen. to Serve m J_tic" .
Post C. B. *
Retiring Commander
and 7 p.m. unnecessary. Also salesladiesfor apr23.12t Iles/ti.s, M.Y"I'LAJIDC

The follow inK U list of ln..p'"<-- Harvey presented Past full or part time. Phone not only a Key Wwtri Mbeen .
t...> and ,".rl;.... toieetn -r n-lth. the mander George. Sikes com-I' 1195-M.
puiliPKplw.,.< wbih have been aItl'd *- iterlirig silver Zile' Memberhip" apr30-3t Your patronage at Club 116.-FiU-1 active MI Camimttstwee
by the Board of Count? C..m- patrick Street If you he wa a rewtfcAs
At ;Monroe Conm fwr-the $ In tecogiution of out
-. I'rlroary KlectU.n* to l>e. held OPTue standingLegion work. This ing forward to spendtng a. LoSchool 01 tt11e 3e1sa1he .

.lay. Mar 41U and May pleasant evening amidst mrc cvltirlartititr! t.urs .. IC.-.
ward,ts is'annually presented to a
Experienced beekeeper clerical
atmosphere, soft mucic-viait Children TWO TTMHfrWASHIMGTUM
PHWI\tT. t Tiembei1 : 13 selected by themembf'.rsb
falh.ile .'....U.. t.*.. Uaal ; The'. membership worker and sales girl desires cither us at our club. Entertainment AND OHCt
' o .
Irclala tits. full or part-time position. .
contest winners. were 'presented being furnished by that hilarious MIAMI. .
. t'lerk-Mlapah PierceInspectors Write Box CX. c/o Citizen
:--KveHo Vald- ,' ptnllioCvrraX gifts as follows: 1st prize Robert twosome. Lome aDd AI. A* a PuM r-8axrited

h. .. -. ("1rr"barl.Jaen.."Kore trltehaW.... Jr.v Vermrl AVillle c: Qrisp,i JOK rose. gold Le- may3-3tx .Music begins at 9:30 P.M. P.S a.d as .R SperlttICad :1

Hulrlrin9iVi: Joseph Fernandez. ;io s:jing: 2nd,prize. John O'Con- -All' guns must be checked law enim cement he m
Antonio Are.eibia '** ner, ...eorhblnatioa Ronson cigarette Young man 24 college degree. with doorman. aor2 9-3tx FlED 1M nay WAY TOM A
M.. .r .....!* t .mrt N.._. case and lighter; 3rd'prize.George desires permanent work. Ref- JUSTICE Of' THE HEAPE
JackM **mmrrClerk erences. Write or call 916 TORRENT
:-Carrie t:. HattrHk.ln 'W. Sikes. 'belt and" buckle Seminary Street. may3-3tx ITLL l.E\ .:X
rtwr!.: tUle Shaw. I* r a c e t
"err. t',u'.1Int.rd., i.uutse set.Commander Harvey was pre- j 4-bedroom furnished home or

Thvmp-. Jennie llwvnn. Myrtle tented 'a* beautiful. Past Com- FOR SALE-REAL ESTATEFor large lot in good residential 28 A.tV'
lY wtssa
section for period of 6 month .
.. .' "Ht"T. C mander' lapel button by Commander .
L.. .rltb ..1. "....'-. Stirrup .in'1 behalf of the any kind of property in Key from April 15th. Johnson srVx i d I ( ."
as. " 'I'. I
(*Vck--l'rry M. Robert Post. -. West be it home. hotels motels may I -U

!n.w t.irs:William M. HaVer. AK- Mrs.' Myrtle I Trent District or business locations contact --- -- ._- _.1WKWFTonigla.
.. ... Store 218 Simonton. 35x60. Available
n- l tH..rvld I'iuder. Clet. officersof Paul Boysen, 626 Fleming SL,
President .jmtaUed the
I"'Dd Mund..r. May 1st. Suitable all kind
PN.I"1tTO. 4 the- Auafllialy Unit duringthe Phone 153. apr24-12tx
of business. H. Altman Phone
Hick Achl AM.. '
meeting. Tl .E 1"
t Kerf cad TM :*iralClerk ?II'.. FOR SALE-USED CARS 682. ma y i-t f
'A served by Auxiliary -
t :- -JoM 'nnde : supperas"
Invpeclurii:-Mr*. <:re>burn: Finder -Unit'No. 28 and dancing concluded Storage space available. RedBrick
1a..1 :Mh-kler. Win. lifctat. iramiltwn the evening. 1940 Chevrolet. 2-door. $500 if
finder. Mrs Juaait R"t*rtKmerilo Garage for storage, furniture
';om .. t-.,, sold".weekend. Paul's Tire or commerciaL For in

...1.."IUt"'tT.... .........U.,S Hall ". LEGAL Shop mayl-2tx formation. Phone 798. 7:40 o'ClockIS

lath ..1. and hark .... \ l-tf at
.... .. may
'erk.J..r. S. Ianigl' 1933 for-dor Plymouth good con-
Inhpertvrrf: Mrs. :Mary Mazeau S 3 OTI'EitO taF.IJ.'I'OR '
i'lrora K. Johnson. Mm. Naomi 1\ irti.l'8i aT .F'TiiF ot"T\ dition. ,Four new tirc $17:;. Business place 611 Fleming \DOKKW V Il\TK\tl
J-f) .V.\HOI. l'0t \T t.
ScriUner Karl KrirKtead.tbamber Apply 1219 Simonton.
PREa'I\l"P AlA a a'L RIUA.; :.\ PKOBATK.In Street (downstairs). SuiUbk U Speak to ..k.Mal .
.f 4..._.-. ref t state "rNAX 1 mayl-4tx for office shop etc. Phone $1apra6t '
Ii. Maratk.K. Klortda 'e'P. .JtlS "' .

: ..: "er1.:-.\. K. \\, .odburn. . also lulowq ittl.'rSU\aqNA 1947 Kaiser. 4doorsedan, with DAN MiCARTYf
In".t..r"--t."ba \V. CUrW. AI 'l'Y
-is! !.t'-& Han,,v. fHnrl..n .r.>ri=i -*..n..A as low mileage and in excellent Two houses on Elizabeth Street (;()\ EK.'OKPROVE
l' PH.t;I%. TO.. *. =:. Jt{r i Vii:vii. I ea ea.ted.To i l
u. i ". .?........r. ilraatTa.erete. .. .Ml'-C/VdiWrji ajid vn 11ftiK *%- condAVJoJV AL7 Eat' Street completely furnished. No chi ,
.. I'1..... ('laitt" *, or 1>emand.. A sainKrflcf -.I Phone 159W.f mayl-3tx then no pets. Apply 1099 Du- -
Clerk: M. K Albur *;.. at,: .
.. Iniprvt.;,r.--:,-;. n.t" JtunaltHvn.AU.UJJ. lieu Yolk and ea<-t( of >oo are hereby val Street upstairs.
; V- *'.-. ar onifie4.. '.f.Ufj.cL&M required ttf present an>- 1942 Ford convertible. $1050.00. nva 3-tx ,
; -r' : : claims and demand w hich '..u. or 1321 Newton ApL ;. >
either vL?[>n, may Astir acalnMt the
Sheep have perhaps the widest st'at'e"of_ :Nancy. P. Jwhnaon. also ,,mayl-2tx FOR J\EHT-ROOMS
..... .. .. ABILITYIS
rpjnse. of any .domestic. animal r.nown-f..v Naney J .hns and >
X. ..Jvb'ns.s..tesea.ed. lat.
known a*
being raised in every important ..r iVuntr.To the fiiunly Judcet 41 tu-dor Plymouth. $675.00. Ask OVERSEAS HOTEL

. '. f country "df the world except }Jlwnru lvul.iy. 1"ori"}a. at his for Frank Walker Overseas I 917
4' ..fftve in th< ci>vrt hou- uf mild Fleming Street
Japan > l'.uOI.t Key Wt.U H-.rl .. eirht calendar .nth. from the inal.
m mayl-2tx
$0 00 to $10.00 $12.00 to $15.(
time vt the Hr-t rubli. atl.-n this
It is
estimated that half of al 1 : n.jr
notice. C < tttrlalni vr shall with Bath
the world's lakes are OR the North tae In ,writing, and hall state the 1937 Dodge sedan. new paint job Special Rates to Service Men
American continent .'"* place 'of Tr'Nd.J -e and pint ofiie good tires. Good
'd<2rem< wf (b> rlaimant. and sharp running: con apr28-U
l>*,sworn t',,trF -tbq claimant hisgenL dition. Call 889-R from 5 to 8. I
a \f Ms att..rne>, and an\ tvttcfalm c
LEGALS I>r >leBMtr not ..w filed hall ma32txWANTED Clean. airy rooms. Rea.onabh ,
be vela .* rates. 513 Whitehead n ) .
St .
JT.. PrtRTKfl 1\ ..
'OT..'.: \UKtl t'ICTITIOlSthe As .,AjrninlMrat'T vf the TO BUY Court House.
: "T'-TT.: .:I't.t of Xancy I" .Juhnn. -
tiTICK IS lIKREtiV tUVEN thai '<> vl'u Vtiown aft Nana> Apartment-size stove. may 3-31-
the undcrs.igned, de.irtw .. gas Phone
to engajrbu e Joh. en. and atio kn i n as
in -ifteM. under the f4ctLiit(>ui N. ,Ji'BKKvn, dci-eaned. 890-J. may 1-2t x i( FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
Wainof "iiaislun Slreet H ndlSlaundry. .
11.-n,, ." 1.1! Livia..& .
:;4reel. heySVeel.. Florida.intend FOR SALE
... r.listerald fictitious name with I l\ THK ('IttfL11'-lU1 HT Oa'. Till-: Furnished apartment. 3 room-
t the Clerk of 'Lfa .:'TH Ji lilt 'U. 11(1'1 IT and bath. Maid and
IhCircuit "A>urtine tlrt' t jamto
.' .THK <*TITIOF TLURIUt. Iron double bed .1 I
31"". bunt\, f-Vtrlda. \ and coil springs service linens and
l> AM KOR U\KUK: lOt >Tl.I.V utilitic
Ilahd April I'?. I'.'. like new. i
Snl. tiwnerC. ('B' : Kit. Reasonable. 822! j j furnished. Summer rates. Cot

apr.n..maIII.nU.1_ rALTKIiMAK, jae HIl"4it\ iiias(t; White Street may3-ltx I al Hotel Apartments, opposite I Ii

r a. ifl iS.Llsi W. .-VOlt. -i Post Office. apr2a-lO) '
Plaintiff Trailer. 2-room. Good condition. I _
,"u'nl'. .: OP w (:\1\4: \1w RuaO U ae_ 1 ;1 1i
. \ RMi t'OPPITT laK>l. NuRMA :u.,\"'}:LI. WO'.. 1 $300 cash. Inquire Town Hotel j j Furnished apartment four tarn..- i
.' i : N9\HOL'<-Ot \T". .'LOR'U' I..r,nd..nt.ORU.R Eon Simonton Street. Phone! 1205 Florida Street. Ph.m 4
Xvtiiv Is hereby if\\rn to horn 1 t OV rt..t..TIU'Tv 9273. I
hat may3-3tx | 890-J after 6 P.1wL mavl.2t'
n'ayonern the Board oit : .
t'unty ('ommi.oiunera ..f M..r 'r S.. ma Uaxell WO-K!. - t IN THE.
Count. Klortda. intend:. t.. make a: i".i Harley .Avenue Inboard boat two skiffs | .
with 2' \ Furnished
order apartment model
on or after thirty day.? fVesno. California. 11
iron the date ..f lhi. '-fur tpenins .. Vvu are b"rl>v required tu Aar h.p. outboard motors. New cash all-electric tile bath.
; ,.f a ...,\'.- ruatlln arvordatiwith ,'e t-. the Kill 4ilnt for di..Tt register and ij j i Coupsonly. r
Chaptrr ::1::. Florida Statut In the shone .tled .au_ on or adding machine $70. Till Nov. 1. 71" RECORD I

1911. ..n Wg VIa.iU ley. us l.rfurr. the nib..Jai.-- .-f ]Isy. .,\. l>. combination. New 6 h.p. Briggs- I South Street. n1 Iv3-3t. ?
Cvuntt. Ft"'rida. the route Vf sal J 1)41. otbrrwi the alieativnthrrin Stratton motor. Miscellaneous,
11"1'1 be t..lo..n. ... ....
1 o.(1 wlall ln. a a. vonfv -<
I t' :, a p .int .:i liis This order I- to b e publlsl.rUn office and kitchen equipment I FOR RENT-COTTAGES
,- ,-e week f..r f.. ... .,-. Pirates
Vv "f i;.,\-t l<..t (' .. 111. Section In The h.ey ,,t 1'itizrn. a Legislator
::. T.-n..hl.. S. .'utb" r..c" newspaper puMUhed In the City ofKey ma '3-3tx j Furnished cottage. adults only. TV
Ranse :i intersects" thertith '.5t. MorMa.IK..VK pets. 813 Olivia Street.
\ rich ..f way line ,.r Vnite4 AXl. um.KRKU this 17th Crib mattress chest of I Businessman
States Highway No 1 : then.eoethwesterly .-, day of April, A. l'. 1,4*. $30.00. drawers. ma '3-3t'
SCAUl: Play pen and t
along the .* .uth pad.
rlzht ..f wax line ,,f rnltrtl Runs C Sawyer.Clerk 750. Combination high chair WANTED Farmer-Growcrl
'"tat-.. Hixhwa N". 1 .. or the Circuit .r :30.>r.. ,.r le a:.*di4an. to the e Bj : Kathleen Nwttaice.Deputy $7.50. 552-B W. Poinciana. ,

place "f In-Kinn'nic: thme! with Clerk. may3-3lx Naval officer and
Allan K Cltare, Jr f family dvMii Cattleman '
a .
.,f ".: .n a bearing '
..f South S3 degrees St minutes. apr. lI'Ii..a J-I-MSIS. Prewar ice refrigerator. in good'i Write Box AJUL c/o Citizen

3.strrvnd.* a detailof.. :*{0 condition. Price. $25.00. Appl ] War Veteran
r t. more r l -). acr -.. U-. FOR SALE I apr30-4tx
':t oats .1 ;. ;- l.n J. T*. ;;- 615 Mickens Lane. may3-ltxi J --

sUj ..7 South. I tnie r< Hast I I Wanted to rent for summer Foi
Giant-size :
and u- \'t |. Coca-Cvla box. first
n Three t:}. Sect
..n =::. Tow n-.hip .67uth.. class condition. Reasonable I motor. 5.4.h.P_ 4 cylin-,- Wished two or three bvdrfHrir
Ranz :.. rji-t t.. a point. I ders. Perfect condition. 1217l I house or apartment Bu&incvt
'b.n -e with a of"r'.li..n price. Apply 800 Emma St.apr305tx. Petronia -
., .. anirle Strtet may !: people no children
tw tH rloth of v C dticrrta di.i .- I f references DanMcCarty
: tant .f I ... I .1 Mardis
toe f. t.r lr.-. Room 336. Central R
a.rn..,. tfc,"'t l...t Three ti,; s..;.- !I Man's biC"cle.pply 1301 Pe- i* Hotel.
ton r;. Township C: South. Westinghouse Laundry Mat auto-j apr3O-3tx
Rans. I C lUht and ,:..v't Lot SlSrvti \ ma tic washer. Won in contest I![ tronia St may3-3tx
'51. ..Bs.. T.wnsh.p Ii 7 MISCELLANEOUSWashers
ii-Mith. Range :Ii Last t-i a t,.,ii.f List price, terms. Phone 1 Unused
Goodyear tireand .
ihcnc with a d"fie. ion amcita tube
'tu left ..f II d -jfrtnun- 28'R.1 size 600x16. $13.00. 6U. Di irons, vacuums aiw
trs a distantof :'... fret.tworc vision Street. fans
..r rests. a'n- 1;..a"t 1...t 8-ft G.E. refrigerator, $_: 00. may3ltxTrailers. ; repaired. OBriant Phon ,
-r.. .. I:.. s-.t'..n ::0;. Poinciana. : 1164M. may ltI l
..: Smutb. Rantsti .:....t and mayl-6tx Alma and Roycraft Gulf I
; t '.u'" $ ::. T..w., hip 7 South. 'i White outside paint white cnamj Stream Trailer Park. j For guaranteed plumbing and r* I WILL BE
KauffJJ.MI pairs. Free
to trtd State estimate. Cal
llilchway -Xv. 4 .\ on oefjers j cl. 2.5 gaL Doherty i Co.. I apr27.titxI I John

Kra..tam '...r".n ur 346 Olivia, comer Packer. Call Beautiful corner lot Eagle Ave. I I Phone Curry 781. 512 Margaret St
.1'11thrnu. h mayl-tf
".11..".. tads said ...a.J shall p...:.... 1597. mayltfPlumbing I II Ia and Roosevelt Boulevard. 120 I GreatFLORIDA
i i"t+ ,aiierieved; t., ..r t",by""'d..rln< themwelae :! feet on boulevard zoned for i i: Will take care of children at
name bould my
.tlt1lDI'al 'it.ttiVN supplies, comp 1 e t e : business. This plot extends 2501 I! home. Phone 685J.LOST .
n I.. the u....... of CuuNt udrirttw ,. I stock. Plastic tile paints and ,j feet on Eagle Ave. Fine corner I I

tbirt.. M....,"ntT. .'..r'- i brushes. Murray's Plumbing. ; for store or apartment house, i (nay331f I If
days frvra ;f
the.4Hf tkl. Mwtice.d 1532 N.W. 62od .Street. Miami. Price $15,000 or nearest offer.

'''n.|....t..- this ;nI day vf :jLlay: Au.. Fla. Phone 7-3421. mayl-tf 1 j I Call 604. apr27-6t I f I II I

(atL, I One pair amber frame eyeglass Governo
C.o.a C Sawyer Motorola auto radios to fit all Chris-Craft cabin "
perk, cars cruiser, sleeps Vicinity of White and :
rt" lerk.near'i ..e t.f:? t'is.tvu"rs.1l I from $42.50 up. Completely in! four nice galley. Boat and oSts.. Reward if returned ti.

5 owr,' '.r-- .'i.rida 1 stalled. Bridge Radio 650 NW5th tor in fine condition. Price.j Johnson & Johnson, 419 Duval i I t 1'. ,

-to-t-zs.I5ts.. _!_ St., Miami mii 'I-l1l1o .$3,130.00Ca1L 1318. Street. .p ';" M .



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.1 }.fOND4Y..- MAY s. \t. ... .. '!. - -: . r f > I.
THEY 5ZE3T Ql'.lZEN: a. !' PAfiE FIVZ

Miss' Mavis Clcoru . I,

f Bethel Became. 7 . Solons) ; ' I I . '''Saiids-Robcrts '"" win settle-down wed keep pteeelr :

Britlc of Jack ": >" Lqse, Tempers :1 A ert':Bas Real Isolation i the west We ...... it ...... "

I Ray Fowter Saturday! : rDJ I Niiptiuls At Home -I selves only. the 1..w wwles Ie :i iSo
r SYDNEY, Australia.-(APX :
For British:t see life. She has left foe the ey. i
;: Night At Impressive Ceremony Here Debating Oleo Taxesj si si'I '' I Of Bride HereFrank An abandoned but in' .western have L* :

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CAIRO. AP) -'Water has I New South Wales, carried this,.
A solemn. impressive May Day I stephanotis in the piped 73 miles from the I unusual notice on its door for I r
lapel of the By EDWARD 'I' I Harold Sands and MksI 4'
night ceremony Saturday united I coat. Mr. 'I SIMS otains to the Taru Desert in I some years: "Twenty miles from!
Garcia, who presentedthe Washington: Correspondent I t I I Katie Mae Roberts were united in a neighbor 40 miles from a post! HEAR! HEARt.
1 in holy wedlock the Miss Mavis bride in marriage was at- for The Citizen so it went for the entire afternoon .- for a new defense base.Thpgripeline .'[ marriage Friday night i in the office. 50 miles from a railway.

Clear Bethel '1. daughter of Mr. tired in a brown suit with. twin WASHINGTON; D. c One Though the matter was ] was slashed through",. borne of the bride's parents in 50 miles from a, pub, 10 miles I Rafael H. FerrerSpeak

and Mrs. Emelio Garcia 802 stephanotis in thelapel: I of the .wierdest battles dead serious among most mem-'I mountain jungles. And the pipe>Poinciana. froniwood and water, 1000 miles I in His SHaH la
Swt.hard.treet. and Jack Ray Little Everett fought on bers, many of them got a huge had to be buried to foil elephant 4!', The bridegroom is the son of from a city. Whoever finds this
Fowler. 21. son of Mr. and Mrs nephew of :Roberts .Jr., the floor' of:the. House in a long! laugh out of i the wrangling.The . herds. When the base 'is ready, 'I'I Mr.and Mrs.John E.Sands of this farm can have it. We hope they I I ENGLISH and SPAMSIIfor
the t 1 I
ft B. Fowler, Ft. Docile Iowa.. bride bore the!time .was that on whether to're- to the work and goods will be transferred 1' city. The 'bride is the daughter
.. The duuble-ring rings on a white satin pillow> He I peal oleomargarine taxes late in question'argument whether drifted oleo .was 'as -from the Suez area. j'I I'I'of Mr. and Mrs. H F. Roberts ofPoinciana ....... .............. .I i iI I His Candidacy for.
ceremony was I.
was dressed in a white-suit-with April. The big city boys and the _____ __,___ i Sheriff I
as" butter About'half
the i
performed by the Rev. Mr. G. good 1 I
Leon Well, pastor. Old Stone a. stephanotis i in. the lapeL.. I farmers, all except dairy farmers, Congressmen on the floor got into Knowing that worms come" to]t, The bride was dressed in white -BICYCLES-; I
(Fint Methodist) Church, in the Mother of the bride wore a were banded together for re. this discussion, most of them un- the surface :.when it rains the irish linen with a corsage: of I OVER I
dress of blue Jersey; with accessories kiwi bird of New Zealand Miss Pearl Robertswas !
horn of the bride's parents. The peal.That officially. Dairy section Congressmen stamps j gardenias. Repaired and RentedAlso WKWF
of earrings and a strand of was an odd combination ground
couple pledged their troth claimed that oleo was a one imitate the' the bridesmaid. Mr. George. I
young under an arch of fern interspersedwith pearls. Her corsg was f>l.. >ink bujt not as, odor as some of thespeeches cheap imitation, and that repealof sound,;of rain and decoys a !meal E. Villareal was best marl in Stock-NEW I. 5:20 ''I
radiance roses. t for and against the repeal taxes on oleo would cripplethe i I Sands is employed locally. The I Tonight ,,
Pandora flowers The bridal party made its entrance ..of federal oleo taxes. One dairy states' butter industry: hapf' tempers were, as hot over!1 l couple will reside at 227-E Poin- BICYCLES TRICYCLES I If

..The bride-elect dressed' in to the .recorded organ Representative produced blocksof Pro-oleo interests said the tax oleq.taxes this past. eek as they ciana. WAGONS, SCOOTERSand i i PULL I8.B
mhlte silk marquisette and silk I strains cf the Wedding March. wood cut -triangular shapes was unconstitutional, unfair and} have been in the* .House this! Rev. A. D. O'Briant officiaated SKATES
lace, entered on the arm of her Before the ceremony, "0 Prom., and said he was offering a substi- a fraud on the American tax- session| And some very important i iI'>i at the wedding. t'LEVER : f //J
stepfather to' meet her chosen ise Me" and "Because", both recorded tute bill which would regquire all payer. Many serious threats were legislation has come'up at this!I I Oversees Cycle Store to ELECT RAFAEL FEJU\IiR

mate under the arch. She wore were played followed by I oleq to be sold in similar shaped hurled in these discussions. PecSOWDY -. session: _ __ __ Subscribe to The Citizen craw Pullt.U; A.I I I ,
a veil of silk net and lace, with a an unacompanied solo, "I Love I blocked blocks. When they laughed -- -I 320 Division St. Phone ISM i

halo of stephanotis. Her only accessory You Trulv. by Mrs. William I,I ing at mad.the old man. he got roar- 'I.I'.I'"III.I HOW YOU; WILL ..................-.e.._.e-e.e- -- :I

was a strand of pearls. Russell. While the young couple: I _
On her left .ann she carried a Another: representative stood ..* I .j
were being; congratulated by relatives IOLKI S BENEFIT BY WEABMla
bouquet ttf natural waxed Easter and friends invites* up before memoers with a tiny ]
to the I
lilies Interspersed with fern and wedding, recorded music, "Always" bottle were his hands.These In worms it he come said ArracciATs XCCMTAUfLT. WILL TQU9 wwW..M11) stews****-, is Florida hjs 1! a GREAT future with J Js

stephanotis and tied with white and "Youll I Never Walk I :: J
out of cottonseed, and if VOTf"JERRY tHE 0IJStI1I SCDa HOI1 OL.
ribbon Alone. : ended the ceremony. I YOU a+o fiIt rcu-lf -
press them, juice will come out. the bcsMnfortMd p non in your community en world oHoira of
Attending the bride-to-be was A followed immediately -
reception he said. "That's what you get In ,nod thisworfcMncl i.ij-laSi.t d_"V n.w acr **OUtar'y. You w41 pain COLIN ENGLISH as Governor
Ulas-Shirley Curry daughter, of in the home of the bride's oleo," he.addRd. new h5 n5n o j--iL ntha urdersfwduq of today. veal i
t -US
-- ih.c ian. tao+ .
va on. hgnMtnokira 5555
Art *
Mr. Mrs Donald J. Curry. 312Southard parents. Refreshments of ice A pro-oleo Representativetook tat" u--.. theater.or.; radio.:'worn.
street. The maid ofhonor cream, cake and soft drinks were the floor and accused but- snkella. N j----------.-----.-------
was attired in an evening: served the guests. At the begin lab ....., ".... The el+rat o Sewnc Pubtahinf Society '''Sec..aer
ter of hair, cat .
containing cow effet One. Notwo Io5tOtt. II. AoWaL.> US.A. .
john of Jersey waist: and, full. ning of the reception the bride, hair and other "filth. Butter ..J,.....furdai'' I. tnclos d .r St for-wfycte elt ',send Ina The OwlstlQII 1 1i
length, blue net skirt.Iter. bouquet assisted by the groom made the section Congressmen saw red, and (u. s. .. l cterQ Marta lor en*.month > 1t
was of white lilies around first cut into .the ,threetieredwedding NOme

which was fern, tied with 'I.'hite cake.Originally He was separated from the Navyat ..!
f ibbon. She wore a strand, of Mr. and Mrs. Fowler Newport R. I, on April 1. $her

pearl. ] and earrings. planned to be married' on May 8 For the present the young CIty_-_ Z-_ Itor. ,
The groom ,,'ore. light red but the event was held a week couple plan to make their homein .

pin stripe, suit with a stephanotis earlier at. the request of the Key West, residing at the 802 ...... .. ...... .. .
in the lapel Best man. friend of groom's parents who at the same Southard street residence of the ,,1" ,& t 2\\ / : ..:::: ,

toe rouln. WM Harry Earl Evans. time on May 1.. were celebratingtheir bride's parents. ; Vote for *:/, : ,

Stationed' aboard the USS. How. twenty.fifth wedding anniversary : : :k.,
aid A'. (uilniort--.Itow at live-Submarine in Ft. Dodge Iowa. ' i > r 1 TOMD .fj' _. - Base here He was dress- The groom saw two years of 'Y d -

ea'.in a llght.jbta uit with a I service in the United States Navy.j Elect. . L. :: .. \ 4 ; ii :
; ". ,$, BAILEYCandidate I > : ;

!j "qT1CCf AID DELINQUENT PERSONAL I.J... ... ,*, .. :;.;. : : 1-

t: >ROPERTY TAXES JOE t. :>t; / for 4t. it

jet provided' by Chapter 23374.; Act of 1943. notice is hereby giventhar&frsonal : ;':( ; : 1 1"i t.. STATE SUPERINTENDENT t '; ."':
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property taxes assessed for 1947 are now delinquent ..; \ .. I
and beginning with February 1st such taxes are drawing interest ofI''ft' 'ALLEN ...."' ,>.,. > .:-.. : OF,PUBLIC INSTRUCTION s : tt., ----. -) .
thuholler. .t "
cost of publishing .
the >
sent perUnless month plus proportionate (JJ' .J- r' .
the amounts opposite each name below are paid t e Orer 2$ years in Florida : t.': '; ]
before the Mb day of May, warrants will Issue thereon directing A iI :schools as a Teacher . 'is '
leiy upon and seizure of the personal property of the tax payer for COUNTY'COMMISSIONER ks'3r.T ;**, Coach '.' : A'dmlnistralor 4 t
Colin has the of
and additional costs. The names of delinquent + at DeFuniak : .l English ror qwoHty
unpaid taxes penalties \ Springs. s: 4 .
the amount of taxes, including ... ", :.e "' '" vision and ofsuccessful '
personal property tax payers and Ocala. Tampa. 4 . true leadership 28 years

the cot of advertising and the four months penalty areas .1 ' . r : e Past president of Florida : f-, .,""' >. ,> -". experience in public affairs
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follows: : '" -'
t .. 1 ? f Educ tioq ) soliation. I; 4
: NAME 1.45 Business Experience of : .Active Church officer .. ; ; Colin English is a man of' action with

:'Arry Al'a Radio American Service life Insurance. uu_". Co..... -;____.--u..u.-- -- 259.11 More Than 20 Years. \l.s. ,; ,1 Elk. Kiwanian, Mason .....' -- great capacity for getting worthwhile thing

'L. P. Artman. Jr-------- ___ ____._ uno' 4.04 Successful Operation of His 11. Legionnaire. m mmm m mm i mIs' 4it :i. i done . promptly and efficiently, forth. *
. __.. .:. : 207.35 Own Business Affairs. ... :
Bahama' Bar - - -- I 1. txpeii.aeed-in: the toal school program'for all children / : -:0- -.r people Florida.
Beldnert Stow . .-= _.. 388.53 I Fifteen Years in Civic Work. fad adults.BAILEY. i ij
: :
Bar Tynes Brothers) 126.92I Chamber of J
Bermuda -- Commerce. Religious f':

Boat Blondte Bar Beauty and GriU Salon___. ... '. -' =-- -- 103.73 11.81 e Qualifications and Fraternal of Leadership Activities. .:. t is BEST for our CHILDREN : j'.. ,.). ,.:,.! ,1.: will continue As Governor to select of and-Florida appoint Colin the eftglJa best

Adolfo BoraDravo's ___ 13.10 2.74 widely recognised. : ...,.' . _, "
Kujot Grocery Place _' '__' ;. .' 90.79 eHas A Good Record In Naval. ''i .. .. .. .. A .. A.. A.7.rt ; to be done in serving the State and its people.

Lets Busto '. _.-. -.. 13.10 Service (World War II). !: 'H.

Richard Cabanas ._ u_ 15.69 *
Jt us Caraballo . ___ . . -' _..: 7.92: PULL 20-A In DixieLand -
Carry's Cafe ---__._ -- .d 7.92 LEVER ta-.:. =.:: W.CARTEBNATIONAL .( b Colin English as Governor-
Catlo Market (Carlos Garcia & Oscar Molina) _._ 76.55 C.ndidol. lei ,
Vencanlo Cebalk ___ _. : 15.69 ,
Children* Corner _ f 11.36 JOE ALLENPaid DEMOCRATIC We Take Our Stand ,* ;a;t Florida will continue to have the finest public

Columbia Steam Laundry, Inc._. ., ,- 388.59Cro..e' 48.57 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMAN school program in the country providing' ,
a Lunch'Stands ---
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Blur Goose Lunch Stand ... '- 5.33 ( Political Advertisement! !! (Paid l'ulilkaldHrUat'mcnt: i II < >. '" equal opportunity for every child to have a
Bar Restaurant A-Boza 116.68 : t.: education
Dclmontco od. good ;
Frank Del VUlar ._-_--_- 10.51 '..II'I .J
Mills ..._ 4.04 !/ou
J. Dion aa& Albert
Fred ;; --- -
Jr. Dwdicr _. 88.98 I natural resources wifl; l be developed
us - - ------
Drum Bar-Lumlcy -Parks ... ._.. 116.68 RETURN . ;

S.Ht Fynley . -- ._h_ 4.04CHoy IIfforido'
.. .. . .. 118.65
and DcPuo Laboratory JUDGE
Gary's Dry Cleaning Works --._- 18.28 OTTO want to : ; will have superhighways and

late Restaurant h_.._..- -.-- 23.46 his CIVIL RIGHTS PROGRAM i and expanded farm-to-tnarket roods
Gulf Stream Tailer Park ___._ -, _. 233.21 10
Gull Stream Restaurant ____._ -. 77.84 .,,. :
will and dental schools
Florida have medical
(Jyp y Tar Room ...- i __ 15.60:) ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT :
Ural Cafe __ 26.05 :." : to serve its citizens
(GROUP 7)) .JJereJ :Jhe :J.acfj
Jefferson Hotel i = L 129.63 :i'- .

JCcy West Bedding Co. _1 _. TS4.83 for MONROE COUNTY ...V kFlorida: : will have odequat. hospitals and o
.. ___ ....3237.15
Key West Gas Co. h. .. ... I -
Paul J. Sher --- .-.-.... ._ 435.20 = t "U. L' STRUCTED" Delegates are free agents "s: i public health program to serve the needs of

lea Diana Grocery' . ,_ .. 29.75 . I and may vote FOR or against TRUMAN . but F all the people,

.Lkvi La fleets Novedada Grocery*-Gtlbcrto Store Ymlasia. __ Jt -_-.a77.84,.. 38.99 ,,; i' "Qualifinl' /fyrApiroiim! : REMEMBER their promise to vote against TRUMAN t; .

Latin American Cu. ._ .. --- ,-.-.., .-? -- 2.74 Exiteriem-e Education; t is a POLITICAL PROMISE. :* Florida will have ALL the other fin. and useful'
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"Unvoln Theatre h. 129.63 II things for which Colin EngKsh stands and has

__ and Trnirting"NATIVE
LondrrreMark's 18.28
James .u -- u forth
News Stand h_ -_: ,_._ ._.--- 5.33 / Ule iJ ; set in his comprehensive 33-pomt platform

Mackie h .. ... . ---- 46.76 I /jour, .
Water C Maloney m_. n' 752 I I :* Florida will have ALL these things . without
Manhattan Cafe ..-.._. --- 64.89 :: fe/> burden of a general/soles/ tad
Lmila Gato MartinezMaMvtt -_-- .- u -- 23.46 A !
,of for the Solid Slate of "WRIGHT" Delegates is a vote
Bar (Wilbur Sweeting) m -- 98.43
AGAINST TRUMAN. under Oath It .
They are : supportthe
.__ . ._. 20.35 ,.
Mldtfrt' Store Grocery m cause of the Southern Governor's Conference . to I :t-. .
Morales Tailor Shop -- 41.58 KEYWEST VOTE for WRIGHT "or any other True Democrat greed :, With Colin English as Governor. Florida wfH
__ . ; 23.46U
Arlmentha Neely < upon by the Southern t&ttL"d -
: :
have four of
"eeDeyg' Service: -- 51.94 }; years good progressive,

Ruth A. Picice -... .... _. 13.10 ''" and economical government . under the
__ 2.74 I ''
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John Pla -- -
Poinciana Shop .. ; - 26.05 t leadership of a man tested and proved in
Beauty -
PoinHtna I'leaning and Dye Works _____ -- 26.05 Former AssistantState' 1 .. state government.
Robert E.: PolUxkPollock _. __._. h 7.92 Attorney '
Jewelry Shop .. _ -- 373.64 VETERAN. WORLD
m WAR L e Yes, with Colin English as Governor. Florida
. . 31.23
J. C 'Her. Jr. -
__ 2.74 HAS a great future.
Prrtto ". !
Arthur -
Raoul' Bar Raoul IVriw) .._.__..____ _. 43-06 THIS SOLID SLATE OF"Instructed" I
Red lloute f Alfred Sanchez) ___00 ; . 6.63 I *
Paul Robert (Cabinet Shop) r. 1 < .-. 11.81 Delegates to the

Samuel RoherU, Jr. -_. '-_. 2.09 I Practicing attorney since 1927 8 A'i..t. 1
; years as: !! :! National ConventionThey
__. 91.:8nyth' 'I Democratic
fail .flU S-k-n>>f'1I vt Beauty __ 'n -n_._. .'.' .' ; +.. .'- 20.87 ant State Attorney, for the Eleventh: Judicial 1 Circuit.;
__ .. 13.10 will work as a team AGAINST TRUMAN.:
J>.H.v's Tailor Shuji u L Circuit; Judge, Elcteiith Judicial Circuit: of Monroe AGAINST PEPPER and AGAINST the CIVIL RIGHTS
___._ 7.92
Horatio lloriitiu Sanchez Sam-her - - --- ?-+- _, II '". 25.27; County: ., from August I.1, 1911, to June 6., 1915. PROGRAM.

Mary B. JUnrhex .. .- ... :- t_ 10.51 Presided at trial of many important case:?. iS'ctcrreen 4th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
Sidewalk Cafe '- .u_._. -- 77.84 C. A. H. Jordan Hr Florence C. BlakeleyMiami
rd the Court.
heath Stand -_ .. -.:jj__ 8.56 by Supreme MJamlSTATEATLAXCK
SIuIhetonmst' louse Restaurant (Henry cTRoss) -----. 14.29 Military !ericc: Mexican Border 1910; World '
Sun and Sand Club .- 90.79 64.89 War I-AEF, France, 1917.1919. Private Corporal; MEN WUXL'
Lmma: and Norberg Thompson - '. OB. WABRKM F.. ANBCKSOJ MRS. J. D. AI.DEBMAJI
Grocery and Meat Market - 00.- 38.99 I Sergeant, 2nd Lieutenant. MRS. LLMA BIRLMKS.
The 4th
Bar --. 77.84 II ICED F. CO.NEEAKL LILLIAN H. OUOA At May Democratic Primaries
Friend -
T>*o I Valdez* Pressing. Club .-_ 7.92 Member American Legion 1-0:0-1: :No. :211, Key W. OAT MRS. GATLR HAKMA.NMRS. :
Raul Vazquez Raul's Club) --- 18.28 West; First Methodi Church Key1Ve l; Monroe E. B. DONM.1.I. RIBT MeCHK.VNErMKS. : Iww M treads d cs-(yea
thn: "III.te "u 14.40 County and State Bar Associations! and Masonic, Orders. U. TAYLOR MILDRED TATLUBBUETO&K
Wh1te Inn (Bar Kcuuraat & Package Store) 219.47 II IEAAK D. UtCHteCH E. WELLS
Nellie White __- '- --- 5.33 Proven judicial temperament, courteous,, ("on.t .1
Cleaners _. .. -- u .- 22.81 service ) "IJII I" I PULL LEVER 6-B
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.'White Star -- -. ..- -:. 2.74 j seleniums! and prompt to attorney* duriiii: -, vole IIVriglri ; \Y
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Favrcncc -
I appointment as judge of the Eleventh. Judicial
I Please ave this Hat t. remind yon oa Election: Da>.
Circuit for Monroe County. Elect
a Tax Collector.Treasurer. vis J ( AdT. ftiA IV by RM Democrats. Real Americana and COLIN ENGLISH
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"yyy "BOY*OF THE YEAR4'TFTEfcNYEAft TuaNSENGINEER,, {Victor Lowe,to--Cityr Manager street aod twee

I PEOPLE'S., IO1UJM'AkAAa t : iMt The W eai r -: I l'jTotal. Of.... S198.6L. .(' ," j I It :1 rirlp'n.=!s a dini."H'1:.\-":. 1 mea atteJ tatltb ... rte ltil:

t .. ,' ..1 7 i II< 1 I Someone _must have played the< mBar, .Doruiom 4ttIBadBBO
.AAAAAAAAA.&AAAA.A 1&a..1AAAAALAAAAalaaa.ala..' '* FORECAST 4 4kilW ; Taken From Slpt :|i a ehhy fit tt el this' tAa'cWieS : A
Tai nn.. It.rAr t-A .*pyra. kTb, 1 i &fl& i } for there was one cent found '
bAie .* .k. view *t ltb nkae a begin witfi. 1 bf \\he peb- : eat : ,* !* 5 **
b.r. '.t l .dlt.r name. o.' pie dwelling in ttoinciand ':7t's' and-Vicinity: Fartlyj.perature [ ': among \he coins tmken. J.nna Vrnotvo"ARM BUMIB> 99V&C
are Machines\ Seized "
this afternoon "
Mabl t delete *.att.r.e wklefc tonight them, said Lowe.:
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a.b_...b..Id..N.... T.. writer* .k r..l.* k* 1 s iC -connectec:. and, vote for i ij cloudy. with: ..change in tern3na -J; | Lowe reported $ taken ,
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respective to
tale .fI /N ? state lawmakers A total of $198.61 w5* taken the three slot machines !
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.I ... paper ..Iv.' f* .(, (and public servants and that's I 1'i from the nine,slot machines destroyed seized at Tropic &Af. DuValStreet. AlttL
... writer. ....! aerMMpHBr *.>.. i Sn6t atH Whfen the plugging of Florida* -Partly, cloudy. and: : 53.96 5 from the two machines I I. .
letter* -MI will. k* .p.l>..I......, ..- ponUnuodL.: wrann oday,., tonight : by the:city'Saturday.Inbeefs ,
,... ,..-... .....-.- jtlWse! wee-getters is over,, thfet 'Tue ?:.* 1 1Jacksonville ., taken at the Bahama Bar I
anef of ,
some sound truck will blast itsrtjucous" datf :, .City Hall according to Duval street: $57.85 from the iwo. : .A.ll CrD'f'J'.

COlfnHUALl.Y: BOTrttREDdiUr. voice, practically} inl\ 1 Ida $trails: and Through East: Gulf the o(Mex-l nor.-]'fareport t .-.' .todafr- : --,..,'by.* City'" '. t."..Gloria\--.* ma "!t 1! r ,109sG'IubJ buval I, II.,!I_ .4 -.
; The Cittaen: 1 I doorway of every household out J Ico: '.Moderate+ ?,southeast to south i .
We 'tenons others have been Ujere} with I the .stupid, n4tertifr!1 winds-',over aouth portion and: ;
riftnts of some local Merchant! moderate i' I
continually annoyed bythe some- occasionally: ?reshsouthwesterly : REELECT
Most cities in progressive U-$-A. N .
what juvenile campaign ,methods winds over northportion \ .
v. oUhl'ndt permit it! j today \tonight and Tues- ;
II employed\ by the politicians endeavoring -< And these ,hoodlums on their [ i"day. Partly cloudy Weather ''I
to ape the standard! scooters and motorbikes out here Jacksonville |o. ApalachJcoIrKo I
methods in use. r I I IItnigine (mostly underage of any' #respohsibility i sniallcraft of storm warnings ,
:II ahy residential srctionifi : ) are permitted to '!'Oaf/up \ have-been fesuecL Nathan
'up'-Oountry U. S. permitting ,ahd down the streets at all hours > MayoY
sound truck to drive slowly\ ol the night ft hen working pea i t About 26'mfUion cow hides arc:
I through)\ the peaceful streets Wasting pie or*' obliged Ib sleep.. } J''",eCrh >0at:' by the U.: S.:

away that some Ideal character iWhat I haS.>1 the titY"\Sf: key West I I '1" is far JeaUyjnindustry.. ('.: ; ,
\ desires YOU to vote, for'0"him!, to eftef) the publfc And Ihfepublic's I ..:. I
: small fly in the nature bf I :!

o'f of the,living,accepted? American slandani\ IT'SPitt{ ERVIN ;I COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE .

; ,* W.'McMAllok. OLDfaationti t' LA Ik kAkt t4 etta1dot fs Tlnt4al Ca '
t4tA.Pltt, 'ai
IET'S i POanciaml [Place 7&et bf tbe lei! aJtlettt the.b bleat i3corhetiifi firGENERAL
pulling the Southern Railway System's last 'train, l
t 1941. ? Pohc*"!* Leon: in tout to Atrmt* fcagiriter At &> Baggarly htrbRN
3Y ,, ,
I ; .....:......... "' of ttaccfa. da. keeps A-WalchlUl *y* on Frahkti. fb 1 boy came I t \
: t I ffattaa Mjy is M .......j>(>, Hrtlcss worker for
:( NDbmS SLOT MACHINE to Atlanta td Meet Cm f&, >E. Thompson tad to receive thecity's iB t" agrieat-
: tarot interests Tvv the ,.. ... .
II State fto H know ae tm>its to s
ELECTf : tribute to his irational honor He rode kll.lhi ; from
;;. .Q.1 a1EL7.Tditor way hard work iaJ,enfBf tkiiijl tan to help.l rfcrtb >f (i. o J
The Citizen I Yitttftra ixr tl: towmotlra cab-as gtrest-ef the Southern- I tttis st"e. srr

Although I left,Key West more I
The than a* year ago to rndkd. my I)year!"Irt pftibn,:s'd,.\Vim'tytil's'tept[ : ;J5hiy thrbUfh\ )or'a':"Vrtirinftormedpublic ; + > t bI FLORIDA GROWS WITH, MAYO

Hbitte >Bi Miami. still read and, forward and claim ownership ott i can*we expect i: 'thai, support ->. t
AcknowledgedAS hear ,about, happenings; in' the l|I tne"macrunes i *" When Tie'does,J : .yf' 1 t ieedotn; 'IS r viergbt dy' The further frotrtfc ni dcvwtopmeiit of agrfcBlftr ia. be sr
Island city. This time I have reference -' tmttA feeler the foadenhip of Nathan M.,. was the toatiAeedf
r '\to the article is th'e"dtrty'nf-ttre Jrand'Jury busuress.: f f' t. C pCratKMi of all Ft n4a cime.
A ReI.Afa" Ute ,theft of slot machines concerning: 'from when the they meet .to,mdttt hinjpn t j Agtan'thanking;rid tat I toUJ; f i
*the Elk*Club by members of th'poth.e spot for having a slot ma cooperation In makihs this Army I Ii i DEPARTMENT Or" AGRICULTURE
department. 1 would like chine in his'possession. ,( Day successful. I I am . I '
Elks are guilty of owning Sincerely',
to make few comments th
OURGOVERNOR j rise. not a as a former Key Wester on >jj the slot machines, then they i J I' R. G HOWIE.
f are no better than another prominent Col.,.Inf,
I' bUt as a Floridian. THE COMMISSIONER OF
organisation in Key West Commanding
[ "I am not particularly interest-! I
: ra ib what happens the polite' who pins medals on school boys I'I'I j;,I Jacksonville, Fla, Tn r. are 14 tHv&ion; eater his De.rt".at..it4" K. b also a of 11 ban "".a. Mar MM
I and girls every year for being April 30, 1943. to nt the Department .f Af ntkltHre tM .
officers involved in the case . Mine way lie wo M I Ku own mnmmt .n> 'A.r*>* kao
I.What I would like to know is, good citizens when hypocnti- I II to lov. and..have his heart i.i ISIS work to make a SBCC *S of it. N"... Mayo is atkiao too tt-.i.ete< ae .
;tally, the'very money used to he has an .fiftistln.-- is MOW .Mllt S Livestock ai4 .
who iI alt acknowledge owner-j I II ,I B HB M.M At c.lhrnl I.** 9 otc th. Sl+ts
purchase the pms is derived for Clopdcd_Stock Shows General l AgncuHvro aa4 Regwaal meet>*9 paces for Agric.k.raa .
ship: bf the slot machines whew I ., AOmrie* Ho
the is from the sale of liquor and the :. Your Grocer SELLS That Good has been active in the development. of the canto' fnoWrv likewise dairy and. ponftrr., Ho ha .... be*.
case to trial Nat- .
i I brought (i illegal; dollars taken, from slot ,; actio[ i citrni development' and better "'.rketi.,. He owns Me .f Me oldest*ran* trortt'tn' HM Sret*.
orally the police cannot bet machines. ;' STAR BRANDi Not oneicent of the taxpayer's dollar goes into th..prratio..r .*sremMc. of th* Department of A'*...
charged; with stealing something j Orlando fcenlane !-Editorial errs All monies expended by this Department are derived. from fees
j*I wtpecKom -H} of wWch I
not Truly yours, i i April\:ti, 1940. wr>he t the State of Ffonda. Th. Commasioner's logy ram
[that does belong to anyone i COFFEEi salary u paid front this tend. 3 per cent of all fOe.....
in the first place, slog being .the'case '| C. RICHARbSON.Miami CUBAN ". i JRic t Ervin has ptogram ozI9tri by tb Department of Agriculture f* into th* General RtV* .H* fund t. help' maintain Stat trrmenn
F that they have taken some- Fla., i i A Pound Today-. I <*iv. donomr for the operation ' which ar* NOT seff-sapperting.!
thai '|!May 2,, 1943. \ -of the. ffins of
thing does not belong toi Attorney DON'T SUBSTITUTE INEXPERIENCE FOR
c t i i themv\ then< the must have ownership. Well, who HANKS THE IT ZEN"t t I Uie Joke J and the Orlando Morning GO ALL OUT FOR MAYO .
.41 iF{ thb owner of the slot machinist]I Editor ,Th: Citizen !< Sentinel'' believes he is the
I r | The man who must ackriowledse 'f We ol'' the Florid Military'' i. 0 logical.and,'r't ,choke for this Democratic Primary May 4 I
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this must remember that . \ si. ; '
r District with to extend oun dp* ," cabinet pt lC 'SAFEGUARD YOUR
't L the slot machine taw which was j I preciatran to you and your, start lt \r. " C AGRICULTURE
voted:and ,passed by the people|I for contributing: \ so-much to the Pull C'LEVER BY KEEPING NATHAN MAYO IN OFFICE jl
of this state specifically states j success of .Ar.mju: 1 tay?) in i your <"C&yz fr'if ;> 8 a
*Wa\ || "JJ: '111egar"to-h' S tt<--a'3To*-l I crimtnahlty.n. \ : _. Paid Paid Political Advertisement
I ( for by friends of Njt&aa
t machine in .I I (Political Adet. tAW for br: 1"ri.nd9" . tare
your' poss No one appreciate ? better than I e & c of Richard vr ErVtnAM. .> I' -, I
Whetfief It is in operation[ br not,iwe' of the Army the importance *.
1h I whether it U dismantled or bro--I of keeping' the public' informed .".-\, \ .
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J> $ < :
it den or regardless of the state or:of what the Army is doing about o
condition if it is found in your'tft&seSsioH ''] National Security and the I!l II FLORIDA'S
i ito probe *Vi. CANDIDATE for
h $Senator, W. A. ((Bill) SHANDS you 'may be subject!j terns we face. Our success depends ,IB GOVERNOR
a heavy fine or up to tch I
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I For d") ,. Next: (;orf'rnorbILL .... 'I FULLER WARREN

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SHANDS$ is successft |u. town cllortt. Succeufnl itaU. MAY 4 M KES tHj$ (CQYENANt WITH

wU. butlneunUtt .. .. Tefctthl
,,.wu and stockman. la his $11
'Jr.4n .1 a Florida citizen h. has Fred 0. Eberhardt

tirfcblithed an oatstvnding repu-
ration) for Integrity', .ability.' i .

l age InDILL deciakns. !.. A CONSTRUCTIVE PROGRAM FOR . ---

6HAHDS) has bi&dre' l! -..-. c-=:;..
'... r.Dt. la the Florida senate I ,. 'For Sheriff I { ALL FLORIDA-/ ---...----.

i.. 4 years a member of the $tat.t I s- \ .,
Road Board. la 194t he *u Voted ,
}.be mod valuable member by k FXPAHb D
fellow Senators. I RCWcrt' t +r.tig.r a r h IGHWAY a e.. ,
BILL SHANDS has a t.ak!) pla i xka 1 i OYfRKNfiYT KEEOOMCONTINUED i '

( his platform.TloMda! h*, L iP.Id GENERAL: '. t
Pohttoel .
Adre.ti> InRl
singularly blessed with a b&4"l'l' f (EfCOGNITIfN! S/ttf

4tle mcacur of unacntandmg bee .' .jorHF YN .
twten Labor and Industry In lM l JftflQ&IDA's CrOVF,2NO,2 .
Vrat p.riocl: and after our expert T &IJYFRNdifNT" STANDA20S ; .
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.nc. constitutes a refreining as-I' ROLLING aw EXPANDED #'O,2 FtOKID

iuraoc thai Labor and Industry% COLIN WP 0falf nOf'SCHOOL SrA7F AND HEACTX a C 1TRUS r" .
cam must work together'In. .
'lull appreclaUon o! the fact that\j P&OG8AM.MPgQVEO( /QFi 'Mi ,
Ltrr '
both Labor and Employer axe ins" S / I PQOGQAM ON P r *.! '
|trd.pend.nt one upon th< oih.r," May 1st gas HIGHWAY i rv
Saturtiay /,y k SAFETY
ti P.M _.. ,
I I cowed I P&OMOTfON
Pastern PQOGQAM 1 \
;i fclLL SKANDS states that he ntir tW ; OfAGRl1/2F- '
has been and is not in FAI& rA/MPA677AL
f now favor WSMGSS
M* goes further . "1 will Vtto AND MANAGEMENT 1 .
ANY TAX MEASURE that places!

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OF MODEST MEANS. 191611 1&
J 'A FLU 11153AMZA5
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The "WHEN I am your Governor, I will diliaenllv
Swing Is TolW. ; 'no\\'AnD Wlut ikEY'VEST fLO- trust and solemn responsibility t which has been

W{) li \ devote four years of consecrated service to the

1 EIGIlTY .RE CIl"crsN 1 lWlTll people of Florida. I will temporarily committed to my peeping; by the
I t 'I ILL : VN MUST 1 SSSKWiS energetically apply
Biii REPORTS I"n wJ\S -
LEAbfiG 0 people I of
t A. ( ) Co !t\'TY, snow GRL niZ B ECONU W T A RREN Op.OpRgtNG CANS the. experience I have gained in public service a great and sovereign State. At aM
times. I
SItAN 119 in an earnest effort to make earnestly strive
State Govern to
I 1 your "' so conduct: _-.....
1U 'Y' lass "
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U i I merit;more of burden.sell that at the end
; a blessing and less of a of my term as Governor.
SHANDS sssss GLI ye iI
) LEAD Ei MiY:rCOLIN \- 1'PA.. I I wjl}J-never treat the Office of Governor as my will me as you did onfobbcol mCl1iqUrCl4lea

CURTisnXON\ personal possession but rather as a sacred day:s, __


FLORIDA'S 1 11 1 I ,..J'. &: f :\:, Furthermore" says Fuller Warrens %rhea I am your Governor.

1 YOU will l be able to talk with me by simply coming to Tallahassee

ENGLISH I or by calling me by long distance telephone. You won't have
I i NEXT to

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-. .0< ,. THE' REV. WET',.. CiTIZEN, r _ -'- L _, _ PX6E_ SEfrBN._-s.- ,.


SOBRQNAT .: CAPTURE TENNIs. E. 'CftyTKs L. Miller. De k ;

rational Reh biUiatiyq In ".
SOFTBALL wE'. 6, at the Men- ,
r CHAMPIONSHIP 1 Thursounty health unit. I .

< . r f Miller will Ihlenrtelr *Ry B\r !
O'Neill Limit Veteran To!, '.'- referrals between 2 p. m. fi4 S
I I - HartenstineGraIiam Team*- -- p. In. Wednesday. : '
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Only Six (Hit An IIU 3f "
I : Are Beaten By, Less., Eahr: 'ill.A".4TdA' :
:* Mnlr Are At ; a '
; i trtf:Team In Final. 1 Rotm) (Cancel. lligII'S/ BROADWAYCIGAR
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1 I flay. Softball Contest

In the tint name of, a softbaU .I Week. of. May" 3 to. S...IaclDsiva._ ,J.l' ., Dixie Howell, recreation officert i STORE

doubleheader Saturday: night at. of the 'Submarine Base t teamed City Recreation Director trio final Street

.Bayview Park, Veterans of For. i.l' i' SOFTBALL with Henry Welch mighty mite Paul Albufy announced fait -

sign Wan noted SubRon 4 by a I f I Bavriew Park.. bight from: Boca Chip to sweep afternoon that he hell called
tlore .,-e score. ;: Tt1ESDAY- ; through the doubles finals of the aft the cult' softball (g nrs COMPLETEBASEBALL
|, First Game SubRon 4 vs. Island City Open Tennis Tourha-1 t scheduled for looSgbfi play.
The Vets
; pr&ctically sewed up i I Adams Dairy. )neat yesterday afternoon at Bay-1, Afibury staled that be had '

the fame in the opening" inning;I j I Second Game-Elks vs.. Kantor view Park. J\ received many ph n. calls ..
b)'. scoring' four rum but SubRon,I Men's Shop.THURSDAY .,, The slightly favored team of \ advising him to make this :r
Hartenstine and Graham won* decision in view of the interest -
pecking until the
away two of the first three sets then I In the politic rally to be
count was almost wen but First Game-Adams Dairy POPULAII '
not vs.Bob' BRANDS of
faltered to lose l the final two held tonight at BayView

quite.Veteran first-inning four-run I Second. Sport Game-Driftwood Shop. vs.I sets.lIow U's brilliant "net play,I the Park Junior under Chamber the auspices of Com of ; Cigars and Cold
uprising was accomplished' on I Naval Hospital. combined with Welch's steady memo

four walks two errors"* wild FRIDAY- { service and fast back court: playa : Soft Drinks
pitches passed" ball and nary ahit. I First Game Adams' Dairy vs. won the Island Championship I :I" _
CAl' ; 11.l1.1fFHY
VFW. Wlrepboto) n
the: scores of 3A 6-4;. 3CW. <
A base on balls and a hit gave I Second. Game-Elks' vs. Naval::! ATTENDING SATURDAYS KENTUCKY DERBY. won by Citation,. at ChdrchUl Downs w;m.Left '-4. ,. 1

the Vets another run in the second Hospital. to right: Farwell Perry sonof Publisher John' 'H. Perry: Miss Mimi.Chandler, daughter fI First round nnatcfies' will'rue"!! Qu lilimliullt

and two hits and an error 'Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler; and Henry See of Greenwich.- Conn.. -,' played this evening in the*singles :
added another run in the third. JUNIOR' SOFTBALL I .. )championship eliminations at.any COURAGE.: FAIRNESS.. EXPERIEKCt 'A tL1TT..ntnGBttY. .-I I CHARLES

What proved to be the winning Bayview Park. Afternoon convenient courts 1p the city :V : .
run was scored in the fourth. and'MorningWEDNESDAY . DERBY DAY DIGNITARIES : are Pour Essentials Needed 1 '
I Valdez to''I Boston Red Sox I < ia a' Sheriff endEverett !1I I t
walked was sacrificed -- : Two; Orgfiiiis; ,tf l .1 G. PAPY
j second' and moved on to third on 3:45: P.M=' Two. games.. R. Rivas !
a fly ball to renter. Villareal l I SATURDAY9:30. . Trims New York 'tlteetiit '
walked and stole second. On the : .A-M.: Two games. 8 } I Postpone s. PosseSSes ALL of them. i! Candidate for
throw to the middle sack in an rr4 -1
attempt to catch Villireal, Valdez 'TENNIS t By 7 to 1. Score Due to the high interest in tomorrow's :>> Everett R. RivasIs i
went home. I I.S.I. election the OUTSTANDING as a Candidate'i CON STABLE
Bayriew; Park.- Afternoon' School P.T.A. meeting scheduledfor
SubRon boys scored a; run in for Sheriff cf Monroe Co
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and Night 1 Tae rlfa-) will be the
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the second on a walk and a hit.They t
YORK May 3. Boston
pone until the following Tuesday,j
added' three more in the I City championship tournament Red Sox won 7-1 over the New t j May 11th. ft J r WithEverett R. Rivasin Second District
third on two bases on balls a hit 'l I
and an error. A walk and an error i SKATING Yankees yesterday: as Td Tonight meeting of the Jay- the Sheriff Office.* the peopleof Hr Served Etc West Faithfully

gave them another marker in I Williams pounded out a homerand shees has been .postponed until Moatoe County have the As- In Telling THOUSANDS of T....
the fourth and their>4ast run was FRIDAY-Bayviaw Park Right a triple at Fenway Park, next Monday due to the interest raranee thai in him they have a 1 ists el Its outstanding ttracttan
scored in the fifth on" homer by while the American League-Iead* in tonight's political rally in the man who will 'perform his duties and the latetttti&g HISTORICAL
Hughes to deep tight center. ]j i 7:30 P.M.- iJdren's'skatirig... ing'Cleveland Indians were fall Patk. ; WELL PROMPTLY. FAITHFULLY EVENTS. He baa ,served Key

A bat. Hughes rjot'Si1\ : 'a single I ,- ing 4-2 to the Detroit Tigers Ann "Cobo. president. who has He has heel Sixteen Tears', West .well ia giving I his twricW:
and a homer for the lusera. Stin-I l BASEBALL Hutchinson Tiger twirler, limited just returned from a vacation in Experience *s en Enforcement free cf charge ia h b>tnf OM
nett hit three singles inh I Municipal Stadium.- Afternoon. the Indians to only three hits. Atlanta urges all Jayshees to Officer and 'set, a RECORD durIng . needy in this'community ri .
times up for the victors. SUNDAY Philadelphia Athletics remained get out and vote in tomorrow's J!' that time ,that has NEVER
In the field" Batton and Fal- 1:30 P.M--Two games. s e AEv in second place by shading: the. election. I BEEN SURPASSED, in Monroe CHARLES.
lon starred- for the winners and I Washington Senators, 4-3. r County.. A VOTE for .
Morgan and Downnen for the i In very early Egypt all people In the National League, the I It is estimated that more than:: i

losers. I went barefoot most of the time, Pittsburgh Pirates, with Ralph; 50 percent of the freight tonnage I Everett R. Rivas ;

Score by innings: R. II. E J I but a man of rank wogld.he followed Kiner slashing two homers topped .originating in Maine is made up is a VOTE" for A CAPABLE and G. PAPY
Vets 411 100-7 6 2.I by a servant carrying a. .'Cincinnati Reds 6-4 be': of forest products. : CONSCIENTIOUS SHERIFF ".
SubRon .4 013 110-C 4 41At' 'I I pair of sandals' for use when fore.a:crowd of 35,779. I j Now Respectfully Requests Yeti

'.. and Fallon; O'Neil and!: needed Chicago Cubs went on a rampage I PULL to Give Him Your Vote foe"
Temple. to smother the St. Louis, PULL I5'AI LEVERf((1180: :: CONSTABLE IN THE ..

(Home run: Hughes; stolen bases I American' tanners "use about a: Cardinals 13while the New LEVER Paid ....litlrsl .dv.rtl..m..iit I.,. I SECOND DISTRICT -
: Arias. Morgan. Matthew... million kangaroo: and wallaby: York: Giants won $-1 from the f fAQUILINO ..rl......) .... .. :
CPaId .Uthl A. MI WNN
Downncn; sacrifice" hit: Button; skinsa Y'3r.I I r Boston Braves. si. To Retain .
I struck out: by O'Nei12. by Arias| s / Philadelphia Phillies and the
3: bases on balls: off Arias" I. oft the Elks their last run ''in the Brooklyn Dodgers divided LOPEZ, Jr. T

OTfeil: 9; umpires: Malgrat and fifth, ::nl .f! + cAP Wir.Dhoto1 I doubleheader, 9-C and 2-0, theil'j as CIRCUIT JUDGE, 1
VilUreaL Medregals scared( three more; the Phils taking the last :
THESE PEOPLE among the dignitaries Saturday 7
l were watching Results 2R.f.
runs in the fifth but they were :
In the second game, the Elks. just surplus markers. /*..Citation victory in the, Kentucky! .Derby at Churchill NATIONAL LEAGUE : URGENT nu % MESSAGE! \TAN 1 to the '. CALLING ALL'CHILDREN
Downs. Top photo,"left to light: Miss Ftassegto Andres. New ....
Club outfit scored four runs in J!I! Pazo poled a double and a sin- -. R. H. E. VOTERS of MONROE: COUNTY
York: L. A. Ceilings. Lcuisville! Mrs. B. H. Collings. Louisville !. __ 1
the second round but went down gle to.lead the Elks at bet. : Boston - 5 2 Judge Aquilino topaz, Jr., the ,
in defeat 6-10. before the XJSS..1.I]| Hendrix Hoffman. Burkett and Mrs. L. A. Collins and. Mr. and Mrs. Igore Cassini. New York. New_York 552 prtsenf Circuit Judge of Group 7-

Medregal) players, took their I last I Brady each hit two safely for Bottom! photo. left to right: Publisher John H. Perry: Florida Barrett Bickford Pr'd'gast (Monroe County), is a candidate ;;
chance at bat. I I I the \r CIUrs. Haver batted for GOT: Millard F. Caldwell: Mrs. Clinton Anderson. wife cf theSecretary and Masi; Jansen and Cooper. I in tomorrow's primary elections ;:

Elk.* four runs In the second I, Matheaon in .the fifth and, dou- of Agriculture: Mrs. Earle Clements: and Kentucky ; First Game i for retention in office. |

were tallied on two walks two .bled. . Governor. Earle Clements. R.; H. E.i i Aquilino Lopez. Jr. is well-i !

hits and two .rrpt"lw- 'I In- the field French. and Put- ._ __ .________._ . . I Brooklyn ....------.---- --. 13 0 I' known to most of the citizens of
The SubmarinajnfeyXA'Bcoredtwic man were.the best for,Medregal.Pazo. Philadelphia 6 13 0 this County. From their own j

In their IJaU at' the same Solomon and'Henriquez for Pirates and American 1 Barney, Casey Branca and 1 personal: experience, they know]
inning on Mi crprL.du': anda I the Elks. Legion Bragan; Leonard, Simmons that he was IUBLJBI lum
single. I L I Score by i innings: R. H. E. to, Heusser and Seminick. raised in thiscommunity

In the fourth.when Elks faro added Doubled another Elks'Medregal: ,- -'' _*.,040 020 53x 110-6--10-10 5 4 4 Split Twin Bill Yesterday Aticey Second Game R. H. E. educated here,, r
run I -
wild I I and Joe Lewis, Hen- Brooklyn
and a fielder's< choice and a I I O. Curry has never _
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Hoffman and BUrkett Philadelphia (: All
pitch allowed" him to cross home riquez; ; ,. practiced hispr'ofession i Calling
Hoffman. Roe, Stoat Ramsdell and (
pia'I Medregals: -I I TIf. -HaverlyV besehiU Pazo: Brady; stolen bases: West Municipal Stadium Hodges; Heintzelman" and Lake- anywhere else i t

kit .in the last-half of the fourth:. none; sacrifice hits: Rodriguez. man. R.Jl.E. :and prior to
splurge that netted Donnelly; ,struck out: by:' Curry MICKEY URIETA, FOR I 1939 he lived ai
with a five-run : t _. 4 11 0
T I II Cincinnati
victory for them. The five.2, by Lewis 2; by Hoffman-; -, I A' .__- . . 0 with -his parents t it :
6 10
. off 3,. offLewls'O MER STAR How Pittsburgh -- who'
produced on a bases ,on balls: Curry LOCAL PER- rStand are
markers were Blackwell, Peterson and La- !
Hoffman 8 -hits: off also residents
Hoffman off ;
double by '
walk an error, a double 'FORMER ON MOUND\ I manno; Queen, Lnmbardi and Parents !
.and singles by Burkett and. Curry 6 in 3 2-3 innings; Major Baseball! I.ettruesAMERICAN Fitzgerald. of Key WestSince .
that sent Curry to the play: 'onnelly to French to Put. ns.1 ,. RILE. 1939, he has resided in hisi
Brady Joe :(umpires:Villareal and Mall .FOR RUCS IN 2 Gu own home in this city with hisi
replaced by man;
shots to be t Chicago __. 13 19 2 '11
Lewis. I l grat. :. Pirates' and the American Legion -j I Club- W. L. Pct.t . St. Louis '4 & 1 wife and family. j
I and two errors gave Scorer,both games: Aguilar."DUCK t I Cleveland 6 2 750 t 'ChiP "and McCul- Aquilino Lopez Jr.'s record ofi i
A single .:... split a yesterday j Meyer, service
_ ---- to this
-- community
; : afternoon at Municipal ;;: Philadelphia 7 5 '..583jSL laugh; Dickson. Staley Johnson. is out- TO THE CHILDREN: : TWm.rroir i. .1111ni: \"'
COLLEGE GOLF CHAMP, . ...._. .. standing. He is a charter mem-! '
SWANN 'i: Louis .h 5 4 .556 Beers and Garagiola, Bucha. tchen Your Parents
stadium. ber of the Junior Chamber of fin />r riii p fur you
Ne\v York _ .. G 5 .545 -
., In the ooencr. Mickey Ubieta Detroit m. . 6 7 .462 AMERICAN. LEAGUER. Comrrierce. He is Treasurer and the best possible Educational Training in tlir I'ub-

OJ and Gabe Lastres lHoweQ'only j Boston ..______. 5 6 .45.) H. E. a Director of the Key West Cham- 1 lie School of MonrtH County They con firr yew
of Commerce
f. r- ::1 two safe blows as the Pirates.j Washington .. .mh, 5 7 .41'1 New York 171 and of, President-elect the TilE REST ftj- VOTING I FOR
: whitewashed the Legion, 3-10. In Chicago _ ___ ..._ 3 7. .300 Boston . . "1120 Secretary Key West I
s r Rotary Club and has twice servedas
the nightcap Charlie Ogden] Drews Page and Berra; Dob-

,_ 1 young Legion righthander spaced j 1 NATIONALClub son. and Tebbetts. Community Chairman Chest.of the In Key addition West, j t] HORACE O'BRYANTCandidate
E EY Ea 4 Pirate hits. and came out on I R. H. E.
he is a Director of the Red Cross i
top of a 3-2 victory. | V7. L. Pet. 480
A walk Jim Albury's double' Pittsburgh .__ 8 4 .617 Detroit 232:! and is also a Director of the j t
a passed ball and an infield out New York _'_m____._. 8 5 .615 Cleveland Lem- YMCA. He is a member of Key J for School Superintendentlie
gave the Pirates two runs in the! Brooklyn 'n_..--. .____... 7 6 .538 Hutchinson and Wagner; West Lodge No. 551 Elks. Aqui- j
first inning of the first game. : St Louis _, 55.500 : on and Tipton. R.H.E. lino Lopez Jr., was a practicing I i h OUTSTANDING a. an E11['(; \TC1R ADMINISTRATOR .

J This was all that veteran Mickey Cincinnati ,.. .. ..._.., ...6 8 .429 attorney in Key West, Florida 1: end SUPERVISOR. I nArr
__..___._ 470
Ubieta needed to coast to an easy Boston ... _h .. h.. 6 8 .429 Philadelphia from 1933 to 1945, when he became 1
.__ 3 10 2
L victory. Two walks and Ubieta's Philadelphia _--.6 8> .429 Washington Circuit Judge. During that

.. single to right produced another Chicago .- -- -- ---_.. 5 7 .417 Coleman Harris and Rosar; period .of time he was City At- HORACE O'BRYANT
let l run in the eighth. j I I Haefner. Candina and Early. ; torney for the-City of Key West,j
County Solicitor and Attorney .
The American Legio played ;
good defensive ball executing j i SOFTBALL LEAGUES Submarine Left for the Key West Housing Ad Our Public Schools trill be on the HIGHEST'

three double plays but were)i: Class "A" 1 mjnistration. He has a welf- PLdo1'E of School of Thai Type, I ",I.r

4 ., r f s.ll weak at the'plate. Joe Navarro ;' Club- W. L. Pct. founded knowledge of the law,
led the Pirates at the plate with Bob's Sport Shop .. h ,3 0 1.000 t For New London which has resulted in his enviable
3 singles in four tries. j I i Vets of Foreign Wars 2 1 .667 record of never having been re- HORACE O'BRYANTAdults

In the second game, the Legion SubRon 4 _.. 1 4 .200 !, The USS Collins, a submarine versed by the Supreme Court of ,
t n
took a temporary lead in Ada.< PO: ;i.; ___.__.._._. n i .coo; left JCey West Submatine Base I Florida in any of his decisions.
the first frame when they scored today bound for New London This County needs a Circuit
| tcfll Children" in Monroe
I|I Class -BI t tI as as fxmnfy
I a run on an error, a walk and a Conn, where she will undergoan Judge who actually: lives in this
double steal. J I I Club- -.V. L. Pct. :! extensive overhauling. The County who owns his own home May Well Rejoice that our Public Schools trill bf

The Pirates came right back,! Elks Club __ ._ .._ 1 0 .000 t vessel will be gone for several and other properly here and who in the hands of a man itho is tjutilified ;EVERY: :
in their half of the first and tied i i Kantor Men's Shop 1 0 1.0001 months. Shew under the com- is thoroughly familiar with our '
WAY to fire the REST: IN PllHJC: SCHOOL(: HI).
(AP Irootol it up on two errors and Ray ti i iGarcia's i i; Naval Hospital .. _ 0 1 .000 mand of Comdr. L. B. McDonald people and their problems arising

GeoI'1Jla rush student from Macon single. The Pirates took 1[ Driftwood Club ....__ 0 1 .000 USN and carries a crew of from time to time.A UCATIOX.
a DUCK 8WAWK (right) U o| the Southeastern Con- the lead once again In the third about 100 officers and men. vote for A,,\UUM Lopes. ,Jr.
t c.. Is the now lf4. volt champion n ia quahifyiaqr.uada oa Albert Pazo's single an in- ::: Domenech walked stole second, for retention in office as Circuit
....... H. was law also with a elle ever pu at Athens. field out. and Solomon's sinfile.j[took third on Henriqusz poor the plate with 3 singles in four Judge Group 7 Monroe( County). PULL = _-- 248t
of 1M South rn Iat.n'e Uegiata Tournament him South- They added another in the fifthon I throw and scampered home when trips to the plate. He drove in is a vote for the best interests of LEti'ER
of IDKaUat boners .utOlftatlcaDr snad singles by Angueira, Solomon Valdez perfect throw from cenVr two of his team's three runs. For .
tT4i. WlaAlnI title bold. With him II Press Thornton of and Henriquez. I' got away from third baseman the Pirates Rey Garcia had two this County. . Political N ..r......... M a
ConJ.ean q fo.1.| Jltftvt. Pall for ty Vl'i"Hn!' <*T TRinf"rKtnTlARACR ,Tl' .VANTm >
'sa'ss who aha th*"
j .. student at louUUn.[ Stat. Univ.r.ity. The Pirates scored; their second ) Solomon. hits in three official trips to Aiuilin** Lopez. Jr | .
o.u.-. AWard a run in the seventh when Joe., Solomon led the Legion at Plate. -

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LATE BULLETINS stated that he was here on orders ,I Harry Lee Baker on a charge of fere Judge .MIRY AftMj tale

: HAUNTED'HOLIDAY + .(Continued! From.Page. One/--j'I from President Truman. Sells .Liquor On: !; allowing liquor to be sold be-I today.

reiterated announced nien-1 1 tureen 6 and !0 p, m. on Sunday, Three men w.eweek ant-e4 II
th.Ir. .
I pj. tion
By Cameron Dock.ry tin May"15. despite the.fact: .that,i CHICAGO. Some packinghouse Mrs-,;A. M-: Alfonso of the Silo Mrs. Alfonso was released under to minor They will als* fee at

"ewtf_ !.oOO) armed Britishers recently;I I I workers have returned to ver Dollar gar'i09.Duva1 street a cash bond of $250 for appearance -' raigned< before Judge Atfewry !'}
their at the Four
employment Big lay.
Court .that embattled country. plants (Armour. Wilson. Cudahy was arrested last night by Lt. in Municipal

e; Chapter Itvmcz 1 Annoyance creased the naval with both' hands,-wine, women CONFERS-IN-ENGLAND I I and Swift) oa the day set by the 101
BONNAY awoke to a tracer's forehead! "How. .did you and song hearty laughter.- magnificent I B. I employers as \he last day that prospect of re-employment of
he LONDON.-Myron Taylor.
know surroundings. No. MIAMI% \
I they could return without the others in their place. PUKES
world. The rain wasalmost .
For answer Johanson found life too good for. suicide. President Truman's personal am I -- --- --- ._ --
tropical in force and he his pocket and the slapped, ; The smell'w a* begin I' bassador' to the Vatican. was in --_ _--- .eo Located in the Heart of the City
could hear it rushing and furfliaft paper followed. -"You'd' be 'sur ning to seep in from the kitchen: I London on- important business .
la Kalanli' cutter pipes and prised how much I know about :,Johanson. sniffed the air appre- 1 I today. H* would not state the .JIeat.- "', RATES Rnn\f C WRITE. WIRE
.. I REASONABLE iXUUiflO j lot
His mock- datively. rtjcok. here Bohnay RE5CHVATKW
the row. eyes- gleamed discussed., but
,aaefcinf solidly against great I I prbpotitlonbeing i
.leathery leaves of the madronas. ingly. .'bnel I'm going,to?hvJtoquizievery-- JI I with BATH and TELEPHONE
The acrid odor of charred wood "I guess there isn't much: I can T and as'longiai'you'rc nfere! Horace 'OBryantFOR 1tI
t'11-begii* w't8' Neon
finanatinc front his scorched tell 'ou.abouLmfseUthe Ford
"Not 'much,1: Jbhansotf'agreed. me everything you can re- AWe BURY and SON Service Pershing Miller
back last
nothing brought nl6htafrnes
call from your to,the dis- *
with vivid intensity. Whennajlly Tell me how you met Mannleythough. :*ol'iUie-bbdJo.arrival! :'" ' '. Specialize; in'.All hn'' ONE SUPERINTENDENT) PUBLIC INSTRUCTION'WKWF
b they had aroused Warner.the ." .JverT'_ ; bathe; IClndt of Neon Signs Hold) Ifolrl) Hold/ )
"That's -four years ago in Vince began. to talk 648-31 60 N. 3rd St.
young deputy! he had grinned easy. and Lighting Stripping 22& N.E. lit Ave
HC ,ht
2M An.
awareof the an- r
became ,
told Honolulu I into former senior soon
ran a
sheepishly and his story in a i.1'.eeti.. .\\llk .""pKs" 80 Rooms 100()t) Rooma
officer of mine. He throwing noying-squeak rofa .hard pencil: .. ..
tick apologetic voice. It shed no was '\-.t "'-" f. nooim
light ee what had happened a party at the Moana and it came:from an,alcove protected ,'!u'K; ..,;.-... ,eat' Uo'.41\-_ Elevator Elevator
needed an extra man. Mannley by a massive .Chinese screen. I 4 .- 615 TONIGHT .0: Solarium Heated Elevator
He had been outside the ;
; sitting '
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was at the same party and we "Perhaps if we move Aver' .othe'
fasne room doe facing the Samurai discovered we were both keenon alcove your scribe can .hear I To'0T1'for"." > PaId fnlitical<< ;\AdvVrll.- nl* 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATIONBelieves
armor n a scuffling '
queer swimming so he invited me better.* he"pointed auto,,/ t
sound near the pantry Said I ALTON> Dutch .... _. .
out .
brought him to his feet. It had to try private pooL Johanson winced-then' laughed. ( ) : ---:'"-!- - -- '. -- -- - -
seined too loud for a cat and too he loved to swim with company Vince went on then: He told -
but all his contemporaries had Johanson ,about everything he i i I
.dl for a human. He had explored '
the whig, then recalling that he given it up. could,recall except H\Uh: Mann 1| i GQEHRING 1
....'t to leave the game room "I" went mostly out of curiosity ley ana. his talk withJulia on I
unguarded, had to his Vince continued, "but he was the :raft When he finished the ";
returned decent to me and quite entertaining .keen. 'f 1 } :For SheriffPUll .'- : ,
him analytical -
post. hU chair the investigator; . .. .. '
in a Rabelaisian sort of way.- ', "' ..: .. !, -: %
l glance. .
set .The next thing he remembered *;J '
was Johanson rubbing hi:* ty"From much what of a I scoundrel.hear he was pret-. :I Do'you realize,)' q'YJ!'ineririridated :' -: 'EVER . ..::;.;:.... .:;..'.) ; . .. .. ,
wrists and Bates cursing him in everyone'but Julia:Mann '.
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Vince nodded. "rve heard tell
} talUsn bellow. . but.I can't speak from experi ley?" . *- 18 .C . ..;!\:: .. .. '
.. Yet nothing seemed to be tam ence." Vince's face burned: H'e'was I '- '
pered'with and M annleyssafeshowed "I mean in a business sepse. alibiing' his conscience and, ne Yv .,. .:. '.
no fingerprints.Vince Our reports show he was ruthlessin didn' the feeling. Well] that GO Ahead ;With p Ochringlu1'xidrwUtiaaliJetttvemNttr( ) -. ..:..
kepthtoldn t of seefined his transactions. .1 was won- talk, .with' 'Julia4iad. .happened, ...
)bule)". But Hugh had dering if he treated his family. after the murder: .' :[;: ." !" .:( :;! : \ .
raUdjih, not de er enough to distract the same way." "Not. very'. spOrt n* 1s it.''Sift -.
Warner then run around the Julia's outspoken denunciation rve''-only got taro ;weeK5/leave: .'
terrace to come in the game room. on the raft rushed to Vince's ears: and.: 'I-: want t.geVthsdhing( p cV.J JF !
lip into Mannley's room and hit There's no pretending Fm cleaned' ujckljj'as'you: : i m A n c n
jparnrr ever the temple. Yet heWASthe : sorry about Uncle-Sim. because. : d. ' '- .
only one not atke.Ora oir: navenVjeid.mef'eVery t '
present I'm not. .
( II He hesitated a moment too thing-though. Have you Bonnay". U L t. V: SI0 IT: tS"t4 .

yincv shook his head as though. long.she realized later. "I don't .. Vince made an: eftod tl1,sound. '-."' Aluminum J
to remove, accumulated cobwebs know. . nonchalant. Johanson, was. getting I
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dressed warm. >* =_ .
arose quietly and slipped -
downstairs to the living room. \ you think it could'', have "Yes. ''there is"rsomethin'g.he: "-I .
He found Johanson still wear- *-' been suicide?" Johanson almost agreed.'. -" "'. ." -- I ''fi W" "
inghis i fringed suede hunting : whispered. Well .. .
acUnd gazing wistfully "Suicide! Judas Priest! With "rm not going to'te11'youo '' ; Tm wftzlnt.dc4411! J.o.-- '
through .the .obscuring wall of the weapon back on the wall?" sure it has no ..bearing'on; -the SHADE. ENTIRE WINDOW frT i
rain toward the game preserves "Someone could have replacedit murder ; : 'H .t _4 Glare .* S.,,'> R.y. I .
ef the distant Olympics. The golden to make it look like .murder." Johanson's eyes 'blazed, the .'.'.ADMIT UCHr .nd COOUMO
stubble of his unshaven Jaw Vince stared at the investigator hot-cold: blue of flame. v mnn..0ivi TOU rtlvr.cT
lent him a curiously downy im- incredulously, but Johanson ignored "Withholding evidence is a serious end CLEAKVIEW'VKIOti.
jnature look eyes were old him and went on talking offense. Bonnay. -, 1 The Oricuwit. P....;.... s. ...I. J T
beyond," his thirty years. "It's all in the point of viewTosome "It's a family:affair. Ifone 'of Adi..lshI.tluhI! ..,... '"
"Morning : them doesn't tellyou,' I will .to-
Bonnay. up early people self-killing'"is more .
.an.'" you!" disgraceful than murder. It indicates morrow.'* ; \a. f I II .nu,
Tof me. sleep at Kalanii Is as : a weakness of will.-, The investigator grunted inl- atti ;
; elusive. as a will-o-the-wisp. "Well I don't think that appliesto lably.-fcSee that you are not mur- I ogs \it+o r--: ,.;i ii
I "Still you look pretty fit for a Mannley. H i was too much the dered in the meantime." j. "G 'I e1'l d
soalam patientf voluptuary. He crabbed at lifeLOUISA'S _. [ C.>> i
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ask: her again:: She even told me 'sNottttsto.M iII,, ,

I she still loves. ms and I believeboy ouea. 1se !. .
I : LETTER and I know it Isn't aynthing SR

serious. I haven't gone with a That Every Child Should Have An

.I.girl since : we broke up three .0'f f}j
Dear Louisa 'months ago. Tell. me how to. win \
: won't be thrown with -
I I I youi :- .
J am married. I Jose my hus sistcr-in-Iaw so much. her' back. .PUZZLED-TEXAS- rOB WINDOWS.PORCHES. Equal Opportunity For A Good Education!

band very much hut he and his There are women, of course* f SCREEN: DOORS.Xw ,
brother* wale think too much of who love to gather the scalps o I Answer: .
path other. I want you to tell m. all the men they come in contact }t_ may be that this girl rcalizes -
.bat to do. I love him too much with and who thrive on admiration that-she is :\*<;iy young to rerrs other.!. .iyp..-.IU' .of. .trtxtmrnt no other
to"cave him. and attention from th<". "be gqing.steady with anyone has all <'-.B.\llVIKWSad"- The welfare and education fully qualified now to fulfill the
and is. ''afraid 'shc, will got toom t.C"'I.tnIy.w'S mil- .- %
We have one little boy but my other sex. Your sister-in-law ma y serious before she; i, ready to getr live dollar liitrMmrnt Inimntefn. of Florida's children has been the L. duties of Chief Executive of our
btuband does not have as much to be one of these but unless yo r HricnUfir. |'rcrli"inianuTftclurlnir '
do with him as he should. husband doesn't encourage he: married.t facilities, I it life work of Colin English. He has state. He has gained a thorough
,His. Or it may be that the onlyr ,"our'"! niannt there there little counfy %
I family thinks is not is you can do abouit. _Ih---t l '.I.aU-.UI.\X..t. ; SE'-: _. .I; ;:
anything to the way they do but Just. hope that some othc. thing you can do is tp keep on rr.t.sti. superintendent and school.1 through eleven years of continuous
that ia because they all think'she man will come along who appeal? being friendly with her end- she ...1'T..r.._ It' I.Ired
for I And during his three experience as a member of the state
.be lonesome and supervisor.
b -90. nice.! I will be looking for to. her more than your husbani d i may you Authorised Dealer
an ".... .' doe.I call you back: -KII w t:+T_ terms as State Superintendent of cabinet and other important boards

MISS. LOUIS v LOUISA Venetian Blind Co. Public Instruction, he has raised the "' and commissions during the

Aniwrr: Dear Louisa:- Address Your Letters tOt t Call iza 1042 ui for\ u.Estimates"TIIKIT: ((2) quality of Florida's public school 1 "Y I' administrations of three governors.

fW merest\ you may he right I have been going steady wi'tlR h i "LOUISA". P. :0. BOX 832. from substandard levels
and.. lory may be liking: ......("hol"tr girl for about a year and :a Orangebuzg.--..-. S.'C. program => As Governor, he wiH not
top<< well but on the other half. She is fifteen and I arnineteen. t1 y - = .. to well: above the national: aver g*. have to spend valuable months

i "hind" 'it i.i just possible that your We thought we tend 1HHB BBHBHMMH Florida's present educational system: feeling his . getting
.c: < jealous and that there is fallen in love until one night w c .. for way
''I tc IrJUy'nothing wrung. had a quarrel: and broke in' t .' now serves as a pattern twenty- acquainted wil| *"iob.t o'*

In' either case about all you, Since then I have been as nic Clo I : btoorl: f1 +..,r{ ..m !t ':! '. ', .;-'lfV seven other states. Governor. He I' w' . and

catdl./ is In try not to show howl to her as possible and have' ask :tM. feet lie as pleasant as: you her for a date several times bu I t.r.: :: ;f+,, .. { "!' <,.,.t >'..' It is an established fact
he will be Governor!
ranBd. make your home as at' she always refuses. What troubleme '5 i 1.; l.!:,Ah";:.>......"0; <: ;'.". .':..,:, .,. thot the prosperity of any country a -
,..arliand" comfortable aspocs'aNe. most is that she won't giv.c fi.t ;:}? ".. ..".f..Jt' !'; state or community depends directly Read the 33-point pkitf orm

If poskiblc try to arrange me any reason for" refusing: t. :$\it.1", +ir- ,>: <, the education of its children. of Colin English. .the first and one
*' .. , ? upon
>tivMT Jive* co that your husband so with me. I told her I wouldnRemember tl 'fi<#-t. "
I "' t'' ..". w s: N Education is good business . of the most important points is,
lT JV k- 1 it's the best business investment a state can make! continued progress in education and an equal
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'tI< >'of.
t J ,:. ry; z -r E; To protect our present gains and assure opportunity for a !good education for every child, no

Folks .i .. ,' matter where he lives in Florida.
I !',?.. continued progress in our educational program, we .

I J; } .. mvst .elect a Governor who Will! give us forceful Colin English has already accomplished d
Back In 1942 when our' City after almost of .4-: d: ( and vigorous leadership . a Governor whose heart for *
years a I' y ," q. great things Florida and as Governor, he wm .
struggle .faced the prospect of being unable to convince our I f' ': __ ,-, . i< in education/ continue to do all of those things which wit! best serve I

bondholders Indebtedness of the necessity for refinancing our heave bonded 'I 'f.'f': f'...jf .,,.-:' And aside from his outstanding the interests of all Florida. Compare the experience,

," ;("' accomplishments in the field of education as record of accomplishments and other qualifications

Do you recall that the r f. '< t'j Superintendent of Public Instruction, Colin English is of those seekinQ this high office and, youll aor '... '

which W. A. (Bill) Shandswas "'. :.,

CHAIRMAN traveled 3 ; j It is to the best interests of every man, woman
from Tallahassee to Key .
WeU-at small cost to us- :, ;,; and child of this state, that you vote for and
'.... ia effect. Induced the 3'I f't: ,,(' :',*. l

'bondholders>> committee in ;"....:" :. ;/.
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toa refunding plan that .I .
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saved the financial structure r ". ..". w ...... .,-.,
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of our community As ....,
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President of the City Council e g ,. I o.,' .. '.. .. *-'I;
at that time I KNOW '" 3' i"t.: .. .,,''
what Bill Shands did for -
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Key West and Monroe County > ,t
., and I shall most certainly .
support Key West's As Governor, COLIN ENGLISH

friend on election day. I + a

I i-------1 r: COLIN ENGLISfJ t
WM. A. FREEMAN i1I rf f .

will serve the best interests of-, 'f' GOVERNOR
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At The 4th
= 1 May Democratic Primaries

W. A.Bill( ) SHANDS I LEVER PULL -.-=. --' 6-E I l a ,A < .. rid L. aty the '"-4, .. C.*. h.....


CI'.ld I+.llllrai. \d\.rU""o" = U'ulltl.u :(hortt""meat Yaid, b> Friend-. .1 i COLIN ENGLISH

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