The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00523
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00523
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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former,policemen and one : KEY WEST'S STREETS about 173 candidates fee
ex deputysheriff 1 In- connection .' ." ..REPRESENTATIVE J. HARRY Sue r -_ AQob. '. SAUt)1 ARABfA: .. 1 ,
t thing from the -of the
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with .tit theft of slot machines t
{ OLD,STORY FOR EDDIE Cit Must GiertlmrJi stain..to constable and
tram the Elks..dub. County Solicitor i EGYPT. ., }Nita

Allan B. Clean= Jr... hassurnjnoned' DUCES MEASURE IN LOWER : - aed Soo :r 'sr f' o I00 I'osl As.-iiranee: .4TI'.I'I.A'IT.I'I' of the peace.
I HOUSE i F- ,.AnF fr Sawyer :! bisrwali
bout 1J.witicsses'tonieet S More than 8.090 veletawere

f :with'! him' tomorrowTlie t. 1Fr.r. \i'e7\....,Ne.i.....t:.M..e......, ..: CA1: Wlrcphvtwl Volunteers May Enforce i I;rite Citizen To scheduled to go to the
t : cMe will Qq) to Jrial durIng -l F ff..l+ ,I 1 WASHINGTON D-, c., MayA 4 41 MILITARY FORCES of four Arab nations" .(solid arrows), were i iA ty's( seven potting pieces today

: the' term of .Criminal Court rfv House Committee Fr;.:a) ;--a< reported across Palestine's borders Saturday Jews said Lebanese > AH Laws!! \ij j Give Election I but the voting was stewed l up by

opening on Monday. It-i*' not to wind-up hearings on a measure i and Syrians invaded in the north at dawn. Tranti-Jordan iorce of volunteer policemento the length of tee biHiU they

expected 'the trials q which may permit Key West to 1 troops were across the border north of Jerusalem. Cairo reports Returns Tonight found on the voting michhitj.
'will actually 'I serve during the absence of '
acquire temporary war and veterans said Egyptian army crossed into southern Palestine at midnightArab
I Doubt was expressed! bjr
: four patrolmen from the force many
i Set'under
waYbtf Tuesday
: : housing projects. i of and Saudi-Arabia-'were t The Citizen. will offer its
forces (shaded: arrows) Iraq : reported as a result of their alleged connection ; watchers at the polls that all
.: as Monday will be spent in quall- Whether Key West will be permitted ordered to join the attack. British said Arabs broke truceat I with the theft of' Elks regular election results service ..
voters would be aWe ct bal
tying jurors and in other court to acquire thin housing, 1 I tonight as.soon as the returns -
Jaffa (underlined)) killing. 70 Jews Fighting continues In Club slot machines stood ready ,
will depend on decision of the become available. lots. The average time utiterd
routines. i battle for Jerusalem today to patrol the city streets. :
committee following today's hear in each voter in nUtting hw
Boards will be placed by
Among the witnesses ...
summoned Organization of the group followed
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ings. Opposition to turning over I I -- : front cl the tax collector's of. choices was better than three
.by Cleare are City Manager such facilities has been voiced hy'' a meeting Sunday of Ar-
; fice. City HAlL across
Ralph P. Spalding 'City Commissioners the establishment Jack Gels thur Sawyer Post 28 of the Amer- minutes.
military : on Delaney Trophy street from The Citizens of- I .
ican Legion which 'had vigorously : "(tloubt much that
Louis! Carboncll and grounds that so long as an in I ice. On them will be placed very every
,.. ternational 0 protested against the alleged voter will have chance to .this
crisis carrying with i it c-

Hunter Harry HardenPolice Lee Baker and Lieutenants Ray the danger of war. exists, the, As Outstanding Vice-Pres. I county.lack of law .enforcement in.the i iI the Jack returns.Delaney will have 'I ballot" said one C'MIMolfi.-

At well, and Sheriff. .Berlin A. such Federal facilities.government should retain I I Arthur Sawyer Post is with--: charge of the boards. cial today. "Even voting at the
Sawyer the volun- : Returns my be late corn- rate of one three MUMte
holding the names of every
The city officials wet e. pre- The bill being considered by Fla. Jr. Chamber Commerce Ralph inq in. for the voting booths :
until 20 ark
the Public Workv Committee bone I teers City Manager:: gives only votes Nit 8ft
; all those in ;
will be to
sent in the Elk Club last Tues D. Spalding will dive the post open '
introduced of the county's 1 16 machine
day when Wilson Jolly then II by Representative I line at 7 p.m. the time they ,
city policeman confessed: to complicity J. Harry McGregor of Ohio, JEFF. KNIGHT; ., ill, WINS*- the would assurance be able that to enforce the all the are supposed to close. I I'rll "I know that some of lire voters
which authorizes the Public
in the theft of six slot machines t.ti- '..:.oi ui : already have left the nwrupin
Housing to turnover I AN ALL-EXPENSE: ; 11 A- -Florida: State Junior Chamber; o1'ANA laws now in effect. t
from the club the day be- JOCKEY EDDIE ARCARO Administration .Commero ouvwUion at Mianleach City Manager: Spalding said ,s's B.v1r front of some polls and have
I to municipalities and other
PYriTlttilftV r ? home. At th Courthouse
fore. gone Cwvaty
Sunday night highly chat that he had not received any
holds fingers signifying subdivisions
then went' to up political temporarywor I I the that the volunteers be there was a"liReMe .prsons
Sheriff Sawyer CATION AS ItlUZIed: over the sUC'CCS'of: the local communication from Arthur Saw- post }
th number he has
orvetcrolos housing facili of the post 11 .( Hem
members : at Some
the home of Hector Castro, then club at that event. Post covering the formationof formed. 50 a. m.
a city policeman where he recovered ridden a Kentucky Derby winner I tics. The 'municipalities and 1 political Delegates from the Key West Hiahlight: of the event for the,; yer the volunteer force. He indicated immediately jumped to their feet have been standing have up

the six machine The following his victory 'Sat subdivisions however J'I Junior Chamber of Commerce. KeyWest! delegation was the.tro- however<< that he, was in and offered to erve. They would wards of .an hour ass. nvm.t
all been urday, aboud'Ci1aticm... He Is I must be willing to assume respon the streets in 'pairs., pending voted yet." ,
machines had' nearly returned to this city from the (Continued.on Page Four) full accord with the plan of the patrol '
forced open There was no money, the first jockey to achieve thatLate sibility for the land'upon. wihch I .: 1MJf't''y. the empk>ymentt5folhp.*poUcemenby -i A tolal- .bad'
t... e the factuUesrejjnmtni&ertherHy"le'a : : j! in them. ttl .beforeTREASURER
'I':wkas. When- wli.J uggeslea } "'
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.! AUo vw4vewith. Frank. Jolly f e --- --- -- -- - - five precincts ItfTo T>. nt If. ;
former city .will not make a grant of any land -
,patrolman and Samuel Bath a It..owns. I II Is Made day.Precinct 1. ta the Ca4nulu .
former deputy sheriff. They were Bulletins : The bill also provides that s'lrh I I II Allan Hampton I property at DuTal i and Vlnuniri *

all release. u idar-property bund i farilitioi may also he turned o-Ier ; streets, had cast 816 wtci on four
of 1X000 each. Wilson Jolly wasubsequently to colleges and universities whore. I II I machines.
arrested' for the let The A.Mclal*
burglary at Arthur Sawyer Post ...& .& A&&&..&& &&&&&.& t serve veterans at endin: I I Manager Company,. Courthouse. has cast 6W en tIIrn-

2 a of the American.Lesion::. He is VACATIONS school under the GI bill. This 'machines.-

stilt heJfii-held) jn Xm'y .Jail phase of the measure is unopposed 'I I ANDREA: RODRIGUEZ IS _- ; Precinct 3. 560 White Mr<'(-1. .
lieu $3.000. J PROVIDENCE. R. L-Twentyilia : Whether _the Committeegoesj had cast 415 on two nwcWne-.
in orhubond pC I thousand school children nrg.witrr they view of the I Air Mail ServiceStai'ted Precinct 4. Key Weal Htrli
I I I military will depend it is believed I After Weeks and( Months ; A N N ATlfFlLE \ School Annex. had east 7W fin
art on enforced vacation today ,
IlearCundidales how :
Thousands in large part on three machines. ,
\ as a 'jesult'of an AFL teachers'' members consider the VOTED) SECRETARY :.. From !
grave Key Voters of Key West cart thttrballots I
For strike In this'city. A large numbf ;; ent emergency. prC03-1 I of Intensive Work. after hearing the apeerM'-
of teachers did not Join In the Housing projects in Key . of a number of caiitlitliitta and I'
strike but refused to cross picket'li which are covered by the bill as I West To Havana the sheriffs candidates .. B*) I

Sherif fin TalksOver es placed 'around the city's in. it presently stands include Fort I We Present Allan lIamptonitj voted view Park (last: night.
stitutions of learning. i Village, with 74-family units to Key Vice-president and General Man- Air mail service between Havana Cars still were rooming th-
I! West Poinciaha with HO-familv I acer at a directors'meeting; held and Key West was started streets of the city today blast. in t:
two. thousand Key Wt'StJ TO BE PLACED ON CALENDAR : units and Poinciana Place, with this morning! at 9 in the officeof Saturday, May I 1. when a plan Forth campaign speeches and iJr'peal&

er" I jammed' Bayview Park last Martin. 550-family units operated by the I West A Remodeled the Key West Gas Company, of the Aerovias Q airline piloted However, it i i. _..??-
candidates for sheriff local housing authority. Fleming street i by Comdr. Jose Alvarez del Re- that all but about one-tenth nt
night to hear Republican house leader today officers elected worn:
Other : Meacham airport.
landed at
Permanent and veteran nato al-l
I war I cent of the voters
and others make their last said that the draft bill will be !i housing, trailer housing and de- Kress Store . Andre* Rodriguez Treasurer.. .' The Vice President of the Aero- .one ready per had, made up their mmHshow
campaign speeches' before today'sprimary. placed on the house calendar as mountables are not covered! by Anna Tuttte. Secretary.' vias Q. airline was met at the they are going to vole or
oon as pra tiable. The bill will the terms of the McGregor bill.\ Hampton is well known locally field by Rogelio Gomez Key have already voted.
the house by a large majority : active in civic or- Wcst Palacios,
night's political rally pass ;and i; many 'i, -agent and Henry i At noon today a f f roxMMrtv,
Last it is said. Th new draft bill ; :ganizations. The new general custom house inspector. The air- had registered their
130 voters
brought to a close>> the Jaycee the for two ,: Board president of the the United
provides for drafting County r manaer was ,: mail was delivered to ,,otc; In each of the ctiy's live
Program of having the residentsof years of service of all those eligibl : I Lions Club in 1941-42, and is States Post Office. polling places according *I>> desks
the Wand City hear and see in the 19-25 age group. 1 i Meets\ Toni hl.. -. ..,.,.,This, ire feet, is anK,rfmip past chairman of the Reel Cross ;, Rogelio Gomez Aerovias ,Q and inspectors at the bo Mh .
their favorite candidates. f Chapter having also served for J i agent stated belay that the airmail In one polling place: they Huh
Bob Pollock and James Murphy I FIGHTS TAFT II ,,.f/wif lo mninil year trhat a Kress .two years as treasurerof the lat service would be received School Annex the voters were

Jaycee members spore before CLEVELAND. Harold Stas i I Bids will be opened tonight at slurp stands for ter organizations. three times daily every day. He rating rather rapidly.- I'iltof -
with Pollock introducing i 1:30 at the meeting of the Monroe Hampton began work with; the said that with the signing of the .half.
the rally predicted that !. about a. minute and a
amnia forces today
County Commission for the .f KRESS in with the Cuban
the candidates. nineteen out store is snnirthing company now manages air mail contract ach.
for sheiUf spoke Stassen would I paving of a roadway in the John- May. 1937.Hampton. government air mail can now be i Naval Base M.
candidate The West
AU .districts that Key
of the twenty-tare i iStUND inure than ttnlinary and We I
subdivision Big Cop-
of Sheriff r sonville; on hadthe following to sent direct to Havana. Previously |
with the exception is running in in this state. or were l letting: the empfctyes
Berlin A. Sawyer who was ill at conceding only' pitt Key. according to Chairman store . if is an institution foundfd Taft forces are Frank Bentley today. has the Island j
months the company Havana and then to j 18 .
his residence. six districts: to the governor. Taftis j I will be other important 52 the I rote. The first was ais'
no policy of of cutting
on the
Fred O. Eberhardt. Alton in the other thirty years ago been t in process ,, City. he second: at 3 p. m. and the third
unopposed matters to be discussed.As : line
(Dutch) Gochrina. Everett P ivM. -, "Quality Merchandise. Riphlly down the "unaccounted-for" will be at :5 i p. m.
all spokein Ohio'.districts. I I tonight is an election niht: losses. On a recent visit to Balti I' .-
John M. Spottswood In yesterday's Citizen it was i
Iltf'I'ft'of their Candida- it is expected some returns maybe /'//<'*>*/" . an institution; in ichich more. Maryland. company officials ported erroneously that Lillian
; I read to county had the privilege of seeing for the
rtf's. each mill is all limes Tingler w&3 unopposed
.. -Third Party sioners. striving at service being run by a new ,
had Mo
After the candidates SDO- I COLUMBIA. America's Finest AUTO RADIORoy's ;; democratic nomination for r.\-n
ken. the program was turned 'Candidate Henry Wallace today srrre the public . an inttiluliunthat ; method-that of forcing copper : bel' of the school board from Dirict .
City Recreation Director accuse* the hecklers in his aud- Seek DivorcesPetitions .. tubing through a service line Key West Auto Parts Five. Mrs. Tinkler IS i.ojxd ...
over Paul Albury who asked if any lanes of being "fellow travellers". is continiudly searching themarkets (Continued On Page Four) :, 121 Duval St. Phone 442rwwww'vwwwwwwwwwwv by Eddie-'Swcetmg..

candidates or individual dcilredto He said that in Russia h* would seeking divorces were lo secure the utmost in i
to contact him. I r not be allowed to speak. and those filed in the office of Circuit Court

Earl speak Adams candidate toclerk r in the audumc who were heckling Clerk Ross- C. Sawyer bv Sadie limitly merchandise lo sell at (lie Palace TheaterRichard : I POOR OLD CRAIG
spoke "fellow Carnes Key against Clarence !
effect !
court. in
of the circuit: him were loirest BRADY'Sfor
possible prices.
Will E. P. Roberts. Florida travellers." Key: by William Arthur Floyd t Lane and SERVICETIU'
and of aeainst Rose Floyd: by Elwell Campbell in i
Guard c.-ummander I --- Louise : [ Francis at Division Phone 9134HI
the National loral battery-. spoke ;in behalfjierltn 1 1&of STILL CAMPAIGNING Ligett Wright against Olney "DEVIL SHIP"News ,".. Mr -: rril.Grease.. .*.,mt.r

A. Sawyci.WOOD 1 Ore. Governor Amanda Wright and bv Esthe: and: Shorts CHOICE POULTRY LET 1TC Spray or
PORTLAND. I Beiro Gutierrez: against Goorgfj TONIGHT IS PRIZE NIGHT Phone '3 Change Your Oil
On Page Ei'ht. ) I 1214 Whit Street MOj
( Gutierrez.ATTENTION. .....-..._.... . .. .
I .WATCH for : DateJtRFA5 -- --- -- -- ,
LATH _ _HONE>> n. ) : Re-Opening ,

_al- TICKET OFFICE !! FOR SALE Whatever the Results of Today's) f

II' All Members of Election May\ Be I Want to ExpressMy
- PRICE ,i JAMES 1947 Tudor Sedan

::. -=j*_ H_ alt Fleming Stir HAPTIST CHURCH Sincere for Cour-
I You are urgently requested to 1941 Ford CoupeExcellent Appreciation
AM ;. AUTOS FOR S.\LE- attend a Business Meeting to beheld

HYDRAULIC BRAKE$ Used Cars Arc Scarce. We Have I' Wednesday. May 5th. at 7:30 Condition tesies Shown Me In This CampaignFRED

.: Lei u.tgc1AL1rr a** ylItO sir Iha.. '.41 41 Plymouth Dodg. 4-Door Club Coupe P.M. E. H. McBEE. Monroe Motors, inc.
Auto Serviceni I Chairman of the 0. EBERHARDT
t mIth 35 Ro Stake Truck
PI IYtnarnei Deacon Board. Your Friendly Ford Dealer
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s Amy kP Nmrro Inc. Opp. Bus Station I




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WEAPONS AID.THE SPIRIT SABOTEURS Famous backers for 1,000 .,. I t Your Horoscope
"ue mrsf Qritiun' FREED ( as .
K Mate Deal In ...
.Wl.\! --- bloodhounds are now dy-
.. .. Zwpt ....y. h w iing I i because of I Key West. InDays'
;.z { out in England TU r Mflf 4.slhgtlii 114I-You
t" AaTRAnI. ,I n.the newspapers) and; on theon- : t
JI aRRAi Q ARTlU1. RM.er r ''**r -..;as: ...* BloodhoUndsLONDON their high cost+ and feeding d fi- tea eaPaiie. btlati.ls =asqr
FVMi T*. OttaM ..-*.sa.c. stand -.,inn across the. argument that-the culties. An adult hound eats three Gone tstissaw .... lie weD IIenIIId
.-*r Or**** a4 Aaa> 9tr tsOs.tr fIlliP -| -7 *&r .* ..... 'to four pounds of meat a day An .
>.ary l-- st*.- *. JW>; Wed &aC survival of the United States depends upon .-(AP).-American k ,.. aYka/'fr4u It trill be
.. English breeder has made an exchange -
Mv r CevKty bloodhounds are to fly the Atlantic AS TAKEN FlICK rms Jkl y 1M tatty eM ;a es 9th.

: r.t.d at Cer wa.L n-Ma. La ..... du..Wav air power, naval power or force of to be mated with British kenneL agreement with a Chicago I THE CITIZEN OF ;eTc. ..,...... oe ytwrlrtf it5; mart,

;: .r TNK .asocl4TED ra& I bounds. In return.British puppies MAY X 15SI as en. you, ase.enta -. lie rr+r
. Tw"le tt... *-.- U .ad..ell' sunset t. arms.While these methods of defense r. ;win be:flown -to the U. S. and hat 11I.......tliderriilied j.n __
... 117 ., all __. to.o*... -*, ** I I t
r rw4 e sold) Peter
as pets for $420 to $340 each Stuyvesant was governor ... thai may Ms up strife
.. utairy.
.... .. er.drt.d Im. iMa p*.st. count for much in the survival of nation sairfisfc" '
.4..d .r. One of the
.!_ tfce le-eU. a._a *..a4t>.... ...... a or as skilled trackers for*the use lo< C tneao m the West Indies be- ( for there .s dnl/er '.rlj.'
: we should not overlook the fact that what of'U. S. police and prison author fore he was appointed governorof this season was landed 1 C3ted of lorn of rrtJvr tau..... ,

.. .iawtrnoi' RATE wilt ,tbe United ities in man-hunlsr: The hope is to New Amsterdam new New from Raul Vasquez" charter F... WetirMm
r ... ., t14M keep States free is not mechanical William : "17
ws ....,.. --- -- L. save the breed frOm extinction York.Political "Barbara. Captain ... tI----
M..tb SoTS contrivances but toe spirit of the I Hancock when Eugen. J. [t1
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= 1i..1' -- --'-------- as average American. w.q .." ...-....... ...,... ... ...."','" ww: wwww 1. -... .........._..........'....... I i the tajrv executive Trenton Trust TICK president .;"tilesna1tYT4. itltl boo : IU......T.-.4

a Aovnrnixc R.ITEi When the day come that the free Trenton. N. J, fought ar, rHOCS.t..... ....... -j aftrt'tedlte

r lIMe Ka.W._ ....pUraUoe people of ibis country are unwilling to Announcements foot ox-inch blue and wl """ se tit __ .., .n- ooNmhe

:: ."&CUL !XOTICK face the ordeal of I.weighing 86 pounds for 5fl s i' v,6Id. ---"-....... _oa'NS: ...
w4a .f taaatt.l I..ot.tle.a protecting their liberties .
Ail re4BC 2e.*
.. .. .... DEMOCRATIC<< PRBIARY utes before b? finally .Aly1f4 4tesf.m( .l. saYh
.f r_. .. ...1.....,, a.tns. . de. will Ot : MAY 4, 1948 I i
..* ...* fc at tfc. rat. ef 1. ew.t* a &*\ quantity of planes, guns or ships ........ _ ._ r I l peM'f' It IS io brgcful h.itpp n itJ
nt.ek.. f.c _IHUJat fcy eatrrde1 urea whlekv will make up the deficit. If that day ever ---- '. r3thw.1''slX 'JOf'' +; ltthcrttg6 l-
Miss Effie fo
r** $ Im fc s d.rnN are S c**** a Lao For GirernorCOLIN t 1 1 For I II Knowles.
. TIM Oil*** .. a* .(*. tarot ** U4 tartta dta- arrives United States will face its County Commissioner of Key West but who has the t'aftrr. J,< 'oilerour'
.area .t peal). Wes.m a" a.J.eta .f Uol .r l ENGLISH I| Fitta District (been here for about err .- .n ,t r
*.*.*** fcttorwM. fee* U Will ass )..41ah aa TB*.u* doom regardless of the might of its arma 1 !I visiting i r
r __.aa.rau-. I EDNEY PARKER years, is visiting relatives a --

-.. ; For Governor i, __ ; friends today and is" :!: SATURDAY. MAY J Jdajr l 1916 -T.-

I ments.While saying this we do not mean : BERNARR MACFADDENFor For County. Commissioner' j delightful[ time.Doctor J J 1 ewes llarlCitlaR ut v fUI1LI
Fifth District
:: ADVOCATED BY THE CltUJLH: to depreciate the necessity of adequate I Governor W. A. PARRISHFor --Morgan.: I i I prr rbrsht htari.e tl1Nlt sWft ., :re perm.!is quite. wr1Md a

means -of defense. We simply point out I of Florida |i .
-. T- t DAN MCCARTY State stress fill ..lf-iii ;'
nr, 1. More Hotels and Apartments that error of those who assert that this "ts I Superintendent ciation cf Chiropractors to* ; r t a1t...... DIY )alnncWUUMt lead

H Pavilion. defense, is dependent primarily ma- f For Governor Public Instruction ken a one-year lease on L re r 1ID a leehdf.e)' ttr Reelect ul "....
2. Beach and Bathing upon
I )hams residence! at 512 .
I W. A. SHANDSBILL WILLARD M. ALBURY f' poctanl .man to sauyjirirat aAe 4opts
Sea. terial
3. Airports-Land and things. Certainly should note street and will occupy the J
wdul slot
A : ..... Be e> Ur te
;: 4. Ccasolidatkn of County'aDd that defense will 1 r ( ) .about June 1. ,
our not be sufficient if all
f Uw b""t
.stsar For Superintendent j lerlt an e
City Governmentl&a. J I I Ii r
5. Community" Auditctiwa.i r we have ii courage freedom and faith. For State Comptroller Public Instruction i, Troop 5, Boy Scouts of I 1 I
.. These are wonderful attributes but stand- held a enthusiastic SUNDAY, MAY 2. 1M&-'nut
ing alone without the powerful I jng; last night with 23 is a day for wimtttt or f.If

weapons For State Comptroller I'i: For Superintendent t lot[ the troop present at the-gat>] tha4lve bas a eompetenea. by
.6t. developed by man they will not preventthe WtnPAot'/J! |mg place in Wesley House. ho*. leod care wiii bit
; MONOGRAPH (Incumbent!) of Public Instruction taken of it and it WIlt be tacreaecd.
slaughter of our fighting men and the [session was opened by SeI -
(top) Co M. CAY MELVIN E. RUSSELL [Patrol Leader Ray Perez If..bmw .... there u a
r To the Voters: enslavement of our people.It and Ernest P. Burger (bottom, the conducted chance tat the acquisition
; [ meeting was good
,: There is i no confidence to equal l convicted Nazi saboteurs who I For Railroad Commissioner 1 For Member School Board ,i[Assistant Scoutmaster Dick of both wsrttfi Mtd fame aad

is not to borrow landed from submarines on the RICHARD A. MACK 1!, :nandez. this remit will be due to the
that of a political candidate prior to the easy money but it 'I J Second District

other? is usually a lot easier than repaying the Atlantic coast of the United. I : *' j f GERALD H. ADAMSFor shewdae.s aM 1II'MdafuJ-' { (
V election. Do you know any States in Jane. 1942'nave been1 I ''For: State Superihtendent '' to' AU arrangements have the nature a mutt tIS to theother'

THE ORACLE. loan. freed from,.prison and allowed': .. TO.-D4.1 BAILEY ,concluded: for the mother IRianllt t>111atitlli
; Member School Board I I
ri to return to Germany. The, : ; daughter's luncheon to be

.. WHO IS TO DECIDE White House' said President :' .For Circuit Court Judge {Second District Saturday at t clock by the e4.t the meeting of thr

Truman approved a Justice f:tl I 1 : (Group,'One) J, ALLAN L HAMPTONFor West Woman's Club,at the J'OQt City COMMll tMWMTOW DlglM,
.. PREDICTS FLIGHTS TO MOON '"' of the library..
Department reeemmendatiaei i Bill public writes trot lie will wit appear aT
Among the various conferences sponsored for clemency. Six of the Sabo I I Member School Board the ntH't&RC-'
At 430 o'clock al
The opinion Li expressed! that interplanetary by the United Nations is one on teurs' companions were exe- For Circuit Court Judge !1 I Fourth District in the St. Pours Sunday be't

:w. flight or flights to the moon. Freedom of Information at Geneva Swit- cuted. v, I I Group 1 I I JULIO CABANAS JR. .I L church.noon; Miss Alice Jane I 60 Willi.-the Bufteto Las who KveiiMC tea. worked Newt

-: may be possible within the lifetime of zerland. Representatives of more than ........................ I JOHN D. MARSH I! For Member School Board ;i iL.f daughter Lowe of and Mr.Oscar and Alvarez Mrs. Ck-vehwd.News. MIll other tertentiwyaytri.

j- thoe living. t'thirty nations are trying to set up some-, Radio I For Circuit Court Judge 'I Fourth District i[mirez. son of Mr. and Mrs. *p.htIM< ai..rt before
the Stone CTmtrh Service
'- What make the item worthy of note thing_of a charter in regard to news, its Progr&ris ij, Group 7 (Monroe County) Ii I ISADORE WEINTRAUB r rI I[mael Ramirez were united Out

I It that it represents a survey among scienUU. collection and publication.The ..S..S....C............. .-" Incumbent the Holy Bond:; of

*. carried out by a foundation by Dr. G. other day a resolution was passed AQUIUNO LOPEZ, JR. !I For Member School Board t p[[with Dg.Father, A. Dimmick Dehdhtf reaM at the C.a-
,, Fifth District If r 13 veal mt Mary iHMMftitote will be
: Edward Pandary. He reports that the men i to give a state the right to decide when Daytime Summary presented by the aid m-
For Circuit Court Judge j LILLIAN TIN OLE R Ir primary
ael.cte4 program a* lt td below f I Jessie Goddard :;roman
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T questioned were not "fiction writers" but news is "deliberately false or distorted. are broadcast at tea urn tint.Mn- Group 7. (Monroe County) bad l been tH1ll!diMe Ilvares IIMncwrewni
day throws' Frtday. Eastern 1 local i enjoying a deliglltfi ht at 1 at St. Candle's Matt!!
hard-headed technical men. It was passed twenty-six to seven with tint.. Fer central subtract_ ; Candidate i I It r For Clerk", f Criminal Court vacation in Key West and :
: Over one-fourth of them said they I the United States voting against it. for mountain su trut'tw__,UI' t JOSEPH OTTO I I ; C. SAM B. CURRY whose pen came some a Nations of tile wand will be d

f expected Mdefinite. progress within tell I There is something to be said on both MAY 3 THROUGH MAY 7 i f I I verses the during her stay. left represented m a variety ot UJN M* x;
For Clerk of Criminal Court Monday morn
For I l >
Statje1 rYU-
Attorney numbers at He aonnal May
.- year toward the developement of rockets sides of the question. As William Benton Il.raiaa I for her home in Miami.
: for Interplanetary flight.** chairman of the U. S. delegation 1:00-Honeymoo. la N. Y.-Bb. ', I'I'I '
as Breakfast Club -abdItioktaboma Re-election Teacher AjcatinrnH fill! the city.

;' The revelation came in connection serted such reports ."do in fact deserve ,. Boondop-cb: I'f For Supervisor of Farewell under President social meeting Miss temerrow artarnima at ..:38 MBayvtew
Oxarfc Valley,Folk*:-mb I year Pant
,. .i.with the. ,dedication: of an exhibit, of1 the condemnation" bit| it is quite arfother 10:00-Fred Ovaries Show-Ob.*."(.r.. For State Attorney ** Registration Louise Russell will be held at i I A

*" work In rocketry of the late Dr., Robert H.Coddard. thing to "enforce repression by law." .. M.UH JiI,. Story ft Dnua.abe you-eb. ; e WEBZR G. l'Al.LACE' ; "'JOHif Ep GLAPID.. t! ..pm> 'at the Public* Libra A program .by fn-fttu at UM

i. poineer in the field. Dr. God- Obviously, if a government is given 10JO-Half Hoor Hour of Seria of Serial,-nba*--cb f.JJ:*,: ; J!:} \"State"'Representative Fof Judge Juvenile Court rsda t ,. ; San Carhw ......... ..-4 ct- 1i.

: dard who died in 1945 worked on rocket the right to decide when news is "deliber- 110-Say Arthur It Will Godfrey ituajo ShowcbBreakfast ..1Ia a For Renominationa \ DAVID E. McCURDY Today The Citizen says in partly m Day SJpamaK.Svnday will at nUarattMother's Wa.: -

:, propulsion for the Navy and earlier set false distorted in HoUywopd:abl" i I i, editorial paragraph: .
ately or a governmentcan ', BERNIE. C. ,PAPYrtepresentative m. at the Palace Theatre.
1t:30-Ben Alexander Sbowi-ibaj1 ..,.,
"Pepper May not sell us d.'
;T forth the mathematical principles of rocket make this determination in regard to 11.45-Serial 3% bra-cb* For Judge Juvenile Court the river, but he sM
\ t", FcM.S'tite FRANK O. may ; E. A. West... fare nk.nbl */
flight which copied the Germans.w down the canaL" .
: were by any article of news which it dislikes. When aft.ra.a12:00welcome MILTON A. PARROT r- Mines sad ar.eesM "hfhoy ....
Traveler*-aJ>o I -
writers express opinions or espouse theories Kate Smith Speak* -rob* Justice of Peace I MAY 4. 133 {! backer are vnMing ut u e cst.%
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ASKS SPIRITUAL PROGRESS. it i.an opportunity for 12:30-Words and Music-nbc I r rust District and arc h wm a Mi.MJui rue
easy any Daily Land Concert John Costar :'
, .. *-mbt i general >r> JIMtiIIC god JrwMefe. af the lr
government to consider such expressions 1:00 HutIc Half Hour-fibo For State RepresentativeTOM I I IRA F. ALBURY will have a list of Wen D.petltlt.st.
: A visiting church I1-fl,. Happy Gang-nab* I lions for
leader from another false or distorted. 2.00-FVur Boor 9' Serials-nko O. WATKINSFor For ReelectionFor manager of the
: country observe that the United States Queen for a Day-mb* _* I celebration July 4 at a rose Today The Citizen says i w *a
2:3O-BrWe and Groom-abo -' Sheriff Justice of Peace of the General Committee to editorial paragra. ..:
': has made "much progress in scientific One of the differences of modernlife Hartln liU/ck Records-mkc) FRED O. EBERHARDTFor I First District called at 7:30 o'clock M ."Th more true merit a aHC

:.: and material things* and asks a question is to arrange your affairs so somebody 3OO-Doubl0 Lad_ H.Nothing Seated-&be-
.: flow much progress have you made spin' eke can direct them. I:>>Paul The VVbitemasi House Party Records-ab.-cb 1 I Sheriff j I Due to the opening of the : of in himself otfwrA" braggart this.. .....,'

-. tually?" 43-WIDr.er 4:OO{-Hint Heat Quiz-cb* I RAFAEL H. FERRER j I For Justice of Peace seas highway said postma. i
Take All-cb*
The visitor was taking cognizance of HOMES FOR ALL! Treasury Band Stand-abo (Known as Mr. Crass and Chicho) j I Second DistrictMYRTLAND Harris the postal revenues at

a the tendency in the United States IDO-To Be Announced-cbs: GATES Key West postoffice has shown I !
to mea Kiddie Hour (writ repeat 1 br. : l decided increase during =
later)-abc and mba
sure progress on the basis of material ac Senator Scott W. Lucas, of Illinois 6:4*-Lum and AbDu-cb.-eaa&: : ALTON GOEHRING I For Justice of Peace over the same month of the !

: complishment. Perhaps he was also cognizant says that the fact there is a "continuance II l ("Putch-; ) Second District v vious. year.Senator : W. tm aUi pnscriptioDl Wla
i i your eld car starts giviaftrouhl Tu
of the tendency even visible in the of slums is a complete answer" to the assertion I =! ROY HAMLIN Claude Pepper was : *.

: activity of religious leaders to measure that private industry can do the job NETWORK PROGRAMS For Sheriff > ; elected senator, and T. Jen) W. carry a complete Nat af

:- spiritual progress by the number of mem- of providing adequate housing for the population subtract Eastern one Local hour Time.for For mountain central EVERETT R. RIVAS I For Justice of Peace Curry, candidate for county (. Brake Parts. Ignition. Gas fMliap.
subtract two hour Soma local *ta. mi _ioner bib district led Spuk Plugs. Fan Bftts.
hers or the amount of cash raised and of the United States. local txms schedules.change .....r.f Last minute relay,program > it- :: ," c'ForrS- 1r1ff., r.j. *EUGENE Second SANCHEZ District race in nine of the ten preeitlcthroughout in i j AT YOUR SERVICE .

expended. The Senate had before it"- the Taft- changes can/iot..b4, wiolitded.; ,: 'BERLIN AlSAWYER .; -<-- (COFFEE) the ballot counting. j: DAY On NIGHT

.; Obviously it in impossible for the visiting Ellender-Wagner long-range housing bill '. ",E9ge-e eftipn -I ,. PHONE 1178
TUESDAY:.MAr4 C. H. Steif, Jr. president of >
churchman or for those in this country which provides, among other things for h..Ute; 4 4' .: 1. . For Justice of Peace Island Trust Company I

:,: to access the spiritual state of the [individuals 500,000 government-owned and operated ':00-Xew. Report. IS Mln" .z:nW1, JOHN M.for SPOtTSWOOD Sheriff J Second District proposal to operate a !| JANE and SHINE ,

who make Newscast t-\ery Day-cbs: J lion system in the city will 1S62 BERTHA STREET
our population. SAMUEL
up In public housing units. This met with opposition Network Silent Hour-abceastKiddie SILBERMAN

..; fact if one judged by the lamentation of and, according to the Associated Network* Hour Silent(repeat((1 br.))--tobieastKiddie abc.west For Clerk of Circuit Court (SAM) _

.t some ecclesiastical Hour (repeat)-mha-weat EARL ADAMS ...lIlilllllllllillllllllUllilllllllSlllillllltfrrtitiHtllll I # lllllllllllliu
leaders one would conclude Press was the idea behind the action of the .:15-Sports: Music Tim_nb For ConstableFirst

that no spiritual progress whatever House in side-tracking a similar bill two Science Broadcastcbs5:30Chlcago Orchestra: : .-eut For Clerk of Circuit Court District

: [U in night and that the people of this i years ago. .:4>Lum Newscast and Abner by Three repeat-nbc- bs>.... FRANK BENTLEY ; RAUL A. CARBONELL The MAXWELL CO. IK.Specialising .

country are travelling faster than ever on : Without going into the merits of the Lowell Tboaaaa (repeat II)-cb* 1 ,
the road to 7.00s Supper Club-nbc-haslo For Constable i
perdition. For County Tax Assessor in
argument over public housing subsidies The B olah Show-cbsNew i ,
wg ,I and Commentary-abo CLAUDE A. GANDOLFOj" First District N Ni \ All Type of
one might rise up to inquire the extent of Fulton Lewis Jr.mba7:15News CARL I ( ?

MORE FOR PEOPLE the obligation of the government to subsi- Jade SmiUi and and Comment Sooe-cba-:nbo For County Commissioner j I i j' J. INGRAHAM " Hotel Restaurant
hall/, Commentary-aba ,
f die the building of homes in the metropolitan New: Dinner Dale-mb* First District : For Constable I' r ,. r:14hh
One of the difficulties of modern j. 134-i. Herman Quntet-abo JOE ALLEN First District 1
areas. One might also ask whether it Bob Crosby' Club-cba i ni) and BarEquipment

:' increased is due to the recognition by gov- I is going to provide the same generousassistance New Tb.Green Broadcastmba7:45Harkness Hornet abo h HARRY H. JOHNSON '. !
ernmeot of additional For County Commissioner ->
: obligations to pepie. o- for those who reside the Cbnmeat-Bb*,> fl
on Ed ilurrow News-<:bs, v ', First District I For Constable
l farms of the nation. Sports Comment f. 1\
This i is l00-Dinab.Shore Shorwnfco J. OTTO KIRCHHEINERFor | First District -
j illustrated by the fact that i in Big Town Newtpapsr-Plaj-; cli* C. /&L. *OWe :
1913. local state Youth Ask Geverement-abt- PELLICIER I
and federal expenses for It is about time for vacationists to ar- Mjsteriou Traveler-mbs; f County CommissionerFirst are now in the position to
what is now known as social :15-Weekly X.w* Time ab VJO District I serve your need with aa**
security were range itineraries which they will not follow -Dai*lifts Judy-hbe For Constable i type of equipment you may need.
121,000.000 or one tenth of ill. and Mrs North-cb W. C.SUGAR) SWEETING
? one per cent this summer. !j First DistrictBENJAr.iIN t We can folly equip restaurants
the America Town >eetiDK-aIIo with aB nessuey raquhe'

-_ of the same national income., Expenditures for 5:55-Fl DeUctive,. Minutes. Draaaa New'iime--cb mb* For County Commissioner!l' .... J. PIERCE : meats which include . .

purpose now amount to more than LUMINOUS PAINT FOR'BOX CARS Billy Rose Comment-nib* Third DistrictCLARENCE j >' (Bennie) GLASSWARE
six :00-Amos and Andy i DISHES SILVER
i iKC cent of the national -noc
income. We the People Cueat-cb* HIGGS "
In fact Arthur J. Altmeer' Gabriel Heatter. Comment.-fflbs ? !' For Constable I .KITCHEN EQCII'1m'vrRESTAURANT
:,;: Social Security Federal 1 Luminous paint in being used to mark 1:1S-S.w. Broadcast-mbsL30 For County CommissionerFifth .' First District I

Commissioner reports that freight cars for one railroad which hopes -Fibber and Molly-obc District i '
thin Christopher W.u.-ba j BERNARD H. WAITE : EQUIPMENT aad SUfPUES3VIAXWELL
now spends for Boston Fops CoDcen.-.bo
? welfare that this will make the
and social! cars clearly visible Gregory Hood Dramamba10:00Bob WILLIAM G. CURRY j f
security including benefits tot at night to motorists approaching freight- I Bor. Comedy-nbc j I For Constable I
veterans more than Studio On. DI'amcbe: For Commissioner !
for County
; any other Public Defead.ro-mb.
purpose car crossings. { Second District The C0.
-S except ,national) .defense. 10 JO-Bed Skelton Comedy-abev Fifth District INC.
The idea Let Freedom If JOSE ESPINOSA
already in effec on 1.000 niD&bo i
.. Dance Orchestra-Bobs HARRY L. HARRISFor Furniture and FurfHsntflosTELEPHONE
"! box-cars delivered to the Chesapeake and 1O:4 -If* in the Famn-abe I
One-eyed automobiles on the highway Ohio 11.-0 -Xews Variety S hn.-nb. i For Constable MS
j Company could be followed with New. Variety. Dance > hl'L-ibl: County Commissioner 909 Fleming Street. Corner Margam St. Key Weet. n.
+ }Ilel.to l augment! the number of accidents. profit by other :New and Dane Baud-abc Fifth District Second District
.. *" "*: ,*\, .. railroad companies.! N.aa. Da..K. I
..... j.gt *s 4 r% ftPjf* m. Bsad,1 r&-IIiM 5 JOE*JOHNSON CHARLES G. PAPY "L1IIIIIIIIII11IIIIIIIIvEsi-ri
.. 42.00{ -Dactlt* Continued-abe-.eat .tN HLINU.I SII II III II II II II II IIIIJ I'

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j .1 .TO ).\Y'S.- fat Belgrade, Maine.. DcdJio.' "''''UlI.ft... | .tun announced al>the Club. t .
Weather" 1 . 10, 1883. : ', : r> . 1" T t! ': Whafs !. '&' Sunday
2 {. "=!lSIYf.St i' ISlfr = Montgomery C. Megs, Doing j; ,;4}A.'lI.-Java CJub. discus-'
' .:-i t ( tsew llt .r. *) cI snJdlcr-engineeri'noted Civil War , ,at ,tbs i Jon Group. '
Key Wert ; l79&-.floss4i nr. "'famedMassachusetts quartermaster born -ia .Augusta, ; ARMEDSLRv'ICITS 11:"A.\L-"Go to CHURCH
and Vkinity' Mostly Ga. Died Jan. 2, 1392. 1: Parties.".
art cloudy with not much reformer of 1M3-WdJbzn Lyne Wilson. VJLCA. I 3:*. .IL-Classical Hour; -se-
cart. is ,schools. leader in the period of Jon W'! t.head '
IKiS "In""v"'thil ....... Confederate soldier postmastergeneral : Squares kc ors announcd.
tortlgAt and Wednesday' th* eommon school revival born president of. Washington aid Southard Streets ]:00 P.. Fellowship Hour ont

". .-. .. ftJod.-riit. rariabte I I > FranUin. MosSL. DfsitI Aug. 2,'and Lee College, born Jefferson fl3U$3wg9G.'J t-n".... the Patio. Community Sing-
enc..aouu...L Ja 9. Co. W. Va. Died Ort. 17. WOO. t ing. Beatrice Moreno at the

11tt4e rune Partly In cloudy wits 179 Amasa 'alker.. noted i! JfriV-Jacob A. Rua, New Yorfcjournalht -Little f' Piano.
hlDpft'Uw-e to. !:30 Theatre Gnnip-: 18WP.M.-Coffee 1four.
J ';::: t and Wed "d)'. :Boston:devoted politics the ,last economist' who : "emancipator"crusader( the for slums the, poor born, ; rehearses; Ting-poeg; Shuffle -i Camera Club meets ef ch
"'II. ThhuCa I't pan of Rig life
the nor Board oar the Patio.
8--0 R'M.
[Thursday at
Ida Sl.raiLa .+4 Eaa& :', *Q public service, born in WYOItot't. in Denmark Died May 26 1914. !
Gilt of ( { G.
Mrxk'D. S. O. Girls'
| ( Service
Moderate winch I i Conn. Did Oct. 21, 1S75. ;; 1853-Edgar W.Ed, ) Howe,the}r" Wedn.day i meetings -
to fIoUUw-rty over south MJUtMst 1221-Gordon McKay Pitts- "sore of Potato Hal"; i famedi 1 l-.OO P.M...-Fishing Party: Naval,, and Organization), evtrry. : 2ad. '.
and pw\ieft i AtcTiisuD, Kansas. Hospital Patientv Joint Program JoIonday.
OU'h.1o I field. Moss machine shop ,i newspaper f -
thw.tcorly owner Came Room Chinese Checkers
over j jWt'CI I editor and author born YMCA. NCCS.. -
worth \wha at Treaty i
port.it.n I bousftt the famous ;
tuiley. lQaiaht an4 patent to chess,'enr ."per-p<)rg. pool>> ,
=-". Partly cloudy I I:ear shoes aDd Ur.preved it. bom '.Ind. ,Did Oct.-3. 1937. ;: 8JSO P.M.-Ye OlE Country Par.! writing. desks library.> currant
in ; ty. featuring Square Dane- '
i Pttfcrfield. Died Oct. 19 1908. '
Jackswttille $$_Walt SATtrP.D.A MAY J. '1348 ; log, Virginia R") magazines, various table ganies,
to AP341-Wc-uIj Mason popular I IJ .. '
r i |: (:.
lo ' 10:15 P.M.-vr!incr Boast the
tmBll *t. aad humorist | on
rah 'of his 1764
<* .form "afnint day. I -Benjamin H. Latrobe i Showers tennis rackets golf
have berry ksued. : bra at CoUnbus*Caaada. Died : famed enginecr-archiieci. rebuB- ; Patio Grille. dobs. fishing; tines cameras,
June 22. 1939. :!fder of the Capitol founder of adistingus..l1ed Thursday .checking service. film service,
Report 18C4-Ricrard Itovey. viva- !! American family of t gooP.M..lobo Priteft- staihag rand wrapping packages
Ii tious aDd original poet who died 1 j!architects horn in E.aghndDied ; and and His On=hestnL i receiving messages, phone bops,
K.y We*. PUc. Way 4. 1943OUwnratkm still young born at Norm: 111.}|: in New Orleans, Sept. 3. 1828. '} FrWar i stamps railway express eer ice,
( taken at City Office Died F b. 21. 19030IL'72lrarod J;: 1796 Junius Brutes Booth !t 830 P M.Tourist Nit at the t available to SERVICE. PERSQNNEL. -
$M A.XL, EST) I Ben Wright ;J: Eaglish-American tragedian, erratic Y...* sponsored by the Charai -;
T.-ntwe pooular novel-;t of hU dayborn j I but kindly fceaius.: .father of ber of Commerce Refresh-i Lesj igh DavisDirector.: .
Hitwt yesterday IS t at home N. Y. Died.ct La Jolla. j(r the famed Edwin and of LincoLn's i menu and Entertainment J Gerald Pinder-Program Di-
LM vt last 'cht 77 Cal? May 24,194.4., i:,assassin, born in England. Died Saturday ; *_ rector
Mean all in Cincinnati Nov. 301 1852.I : 8:00 P.M.-Movies. i Beverly Buchanan-Secretory.
Normal 73 MONDAY' MAY 3. 1948 j I 1S2S George Inness. eminent : 10:15 P.M.. Second. Show fear l Doreen Cruz InformatIOn
Precipitation 1675-Thomas C key P i1a- j|I landscapePinter, born at Die-v- I Desk Aide.
Total last 21 hours .00 ins.I derphia sea. merchant noted j.:burgh. N. '. Died Aug. 3. 1894 devoted the latter part of his life t
Tutal this, month .03 ins. Quaker preacher, who travelled I'j 1820-May Harris ("Mother) j;to public welfare, born in New Paul Schramm Viennesf-oCm;
o..rM"ienty thin tn..nth .21 ins. country over and Europe preach-I!:Jones, longtime American labor ; York. Died Sept. 28. 1903. {pianist,'once-made a.concert tour
Total this year 15.91 ins.,tn,. born in England. Died- Nov. :leader fiery strike agitator who j} lS65Charles K. ..Harris song- I of 'west Australian back country "
4. 1741. 'lived to 100.born in Ireland. '' .* his wh
Kvress this year 9.68 ins. Died writer: music pubti her. author ofj by taking upright piano
fUlatlve 1812-Lot M. 1 Morrill, Maine's I Nov. 30. 1930. *' j "After the Ballin' 1892, born* him-in.a truck. The driver dou-
at ': Humldlt'i I famed governor. U. S. Senator 1847 Henry DenMestL1o; .-d.. t in PbusFhkeepsie, N. Y. Died Dec12t. DIed as' piano tuner and ticki-i
78' I' Secretary of the Treasury, born.i Chicago journalist-author. who 1930. . taker.: .
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Ht h Low Removal
Sale !
7:40 am. 1:10 ajn. I

8:07 p-m. 1:45 p.m. !

Reference Station: Key West I;
Tim out]Height el (OUR FIRST SALE IN TillEG YEARS) :
.tau.TIb ihiflh water t 4I .

No Itahta(bridge Name Honda) Key.- MOm 0.0 ft.I f'I 4' We Are Preparing to Move to* Our New Location $

east end) 4 2h2um <

Hoc(Shady*Chira Channel Points-Oh 40mCaHf 4J in the Kress Building .- $

north end) .+2h0m +J.4 ft. '
oOo 4i : .

NOTE: < SALE'TARTS. .at9A.'M-iTOttORB9W: i.
(-)-MiiMta sign: Correct k nto >

be subtracted.fL 4 5thI i
c+)-Mus i sign: Corrections to

(((h.lour.nn.Minute>-rect.be. added. I 4 4 41.1A' Reductions of 30% to 75% $

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N.C.C.S.II<1' On Our Entire* Stock of Standard and Na i .. ly.Adverliscd

tan Dud S....., '
Quality Jewelry '

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10 OO A. ).I. 12.00 Noon-Navy No special "sale merchandise" bUD purchased .
5 N Wives Outline at Submitim I by us foe this storewide event No special price tags
*Bose. have been prepared in advance discounts are taken tff
1.00 P.M. 3:00 PJU.-Navy I l our regular prices.
s Wives Red Crocs First Aid I .
Cla a at NCCS
; t,:30 r.... 10.00 PJJ.-U. S. Na This I* an opi>ortiiiie sale for you! Buy your gifts now at tn-uwmlulis ssi.ittst:;'


(2nd Tuesday)
T.OI VM. 9:30 1-.1I.-U. S. Naval -

Wards Hospital WEDNESDAY(3rd Tuesday Entertainers). t( NOW IS THE TIME, AND POLLOCK'S ICS

1.00 ".11. 11.00 P.M.-Billiards.itfitf .

Shwer''-nee Wntinc Rouot QUALITY JEWELERS IS THE PLACE!!

12JO I'.M. S 00 P> _Hop UI
t lienla.* .'..hinl Party. joint

IUU l n ram.Cn.a.M NCCS.. YMCA aDd I Our Regular Guarnntee of Quality Accompanies Every

|*J4. i.OO P.). .-Doxingraining. Article Purchased The Same As If Purchased
/ PAL EquipmentEM
'-,) 1:30 M.-dewing
At Our Prices!
1 CU... Navy Wive Regular
"M P.M. 1:30 1'>ts.Spanish
) CUM for tleginners; Miss
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A.M. 4:00 pL-Sewlnc Stw.4.ial Arraii$> iit.*tit* May Be Made Ouliy Pttreltaes

Machme. Tn wn'C'f. Writtnf 'I'ho-e. Who Are *Caujsht In Between i'ayda

Koom. Shower

ffvD AJJ. $;PJl-Sewlm .
M.rhin.. Typewriter, Writ. ,
l.j Itoutn. ShfVktrs.ATUBDAY o
*Merchandise Which Is ra .Tnde CiUI Not. Be Included i '

I. 1 I'JJ.00 P.M.-Picme la This Sal
Fishing (WaQ uo m advance)
11 JO AM. 11M A.M.-Corn
tnunkm Break U't. White
H.t Club. U. S. Sub ILiae
(2nd s.....,). POLLOCK'S
t 00 PJ*. 7W P.M.-Tblrtt
Trip (sign up in advance). QUfiLITY
hussisgctty .
nfurmatiua .n---' \\\\lllltti
1.11.. >....i literature, library,
.phupet, .tamp' uppinfi anc J
tiding railway .xf fWELERS

p wrYke. Uundry Pk-up-
a .w. to all defense taw
fantilres.h11iSr .
L S. COUGIILL'd.Executive .


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-- _- .' JACK DELANEY 'In- Gathering" OfOfferingThursday )\:Two Destroyers i) sR

..: (Continued From'Page One) AD!
': f '. awarded to Jack ICi.AssiFi
.: : phy Delaney I
; Here
state Vice President of the local I aR, .. 'I| Wednesday

-. organization as the outstanding f The spring In-gatnering of the I

,United Thank Offering of the j[If f Naval who eke AdTrrtfo
t. vice president in the Florida Junior Carrying reserves Information
women of SL PauTs Church will
Chamber of Commerce I' are on a training cruise, the USS r.Ttltt aiTsL.C1JAtE
: r for i I
be held at the Corporate Com-]I FOil REtWR aad
flals.at 11ae etaaaieaM alrsr.....
his services to the State Organization munion seriiC@ 9 o'clock Thurs- Boric and the USS Hawk destroyers TT pC -'_ M ........... .a Mtraatp, ilia

Delaney was awarded the I day morning. Ascension Day. : will arrive in the Key Adrertisemeats wader. Citisea tills ..-4 at Crusts n..r aW ..... t it -

"Bill Rollestcn trophy the first West Naval Base tomorrow it wife be laanted word IB Tbtfte f.r eaa k Maa>lest'j ........
of 2e a
: ''Vice President to be thus honored has been announced the pub-j I rate. charts fart ULI ATI" DtlD4a
: by .erti .... but the minimum is 3Sa. To ......_..aelratiea.
1 lie relations officers. I I the ,first 15 words er less Ie k a ha iS Tae ......it!

1: : '...Kermit Lewi; secretary of the IEETINGS.J The Borie and the Hawk will Tb word rate, aad for the ItIeriLI87"mH lm.m ckatS. f-w 'Isek L o. ......... -aIeS

1-s 1caIxanizati n, stated that react, here from New Orleans. Ue first li word Is 450.

,: ; when'Delaney' -name was 'called 'i They: will stay here for a fewt:3y

..theme winner.yf. the trophy it Meeting of the i Order of tke'. -i undergoing training. e.MittitK .-
.as ) :
!; 4..a aecepled saver Stir
Rainbow Girls at 7'p. ro, toni it'in All advertising is = .!IAf

t 15 ....... .pas he had ihe flqtu.tDe.m.his..life DeJaney..speechIess.that the "Masonic Temple Eaton j i .rentresponsible erlyafor the. first U seetl.at t ta.a/frd .... I',..'iiill

tt : '? i Deliney deep bias been a member of street, .wifl be held for purpose'!WitsicWeekToBe t DUplar td.eri.ilee fr Cher the mi lamb atl .elat wMRO ee O.sre .....l.,4 tit -.
bere HM e STCI s
of electing officers. All members part of the adverttaetaeat
\: a :r JJh ;Kfy'West Jayoees since 1944- are urged to'b! present. i i Celebrated Here . . . . . . . . . . iii
'; : He is the only member of the - - - - =

; .rKey1 West club to Serve as chair- HELP WANTED-MALE ron KBITm :
'.f. j 'man of important committees in ALLAN HAMPTON I\ Division Street Elementary 1[

the state organization. He served (Continued From Page One) :[ School will celebrate National A settled man for sales work. If 4....... 4trtl U I. hit _

last year as co-chairman of the wihch is 'a time-saver and ex I Mu ic Week with three programs you're interested and want to Mete w sit aatisdies .

State Awards Committee and pense-reducer in several ways. 'I I) to be given in the school audi- work towards a successful career I .... Nritd .i S a..

this year as Chairman of the Namely, a service can be done intwo torium. write c/o P.O. Box 715 in bas AiieM ...... .,..... iiiJ.hn .

nominating Committee 'at the 'hours or less and will not i Tomorrow the students of the own handwriting including a +sn .e4Ns..r. .

Convention. Since 1944 when he necessitate the digging up of fifth grade Mrs. Hattie Lou Hamilton mayl-Jt I

first joined the local Jaycees he streets in Key West or the blocking I teacher, will present an recent photograph. :: 8/ILSnSaa a ..:

.- has served as Vice-President. of them off as was necessary operetta in costumes entitled a WANTED I 1 sole + 1M. tbN

President* and State Director of under the old method." 'j'I "Springtime Fantasy." On Thursday I EMPLOYMENT ., bi.ail.lss. K A 3"11.

the local club. Every entry sub- Hampton continued: The repairing 'i morning class 6-B under I cleric 6tItLBeiiek

mitted by the iocai club at the 'of.all' ad services in our i the direction of Mrs. Florence Experienced bookeeper.
convention took an award. distribution''system will entail Stickler will present a varied worker and sales girl desire either ..... ...., lilt. .

Americanism trophy project of' quite an expense,to the company, ;program in costume. full or part-time position. I' esga .... ...... j

the Jaycees, ?f which Earl Dun 'we'are mindful,of'o .-customers.and The pupils by pantomime and Write Box C.L, c/o Citizen. i IlilO[ .Iilll S l. ., teHnlti .

can was chairman was awarded' ire: always striving to give dances will illustrate various may34tx Itl" Phene 1St I .

a trophy. I them the best service,_at the'leastpossible songs. They will be assisted by ...
costr' the combined Junior and Senior Young man. 24. college degrc
a e I i Public Affairs; trophy, a year: : -
t round project-oi the Jaycees. ands J Choruses under the direction of desires permanent work. Ref Baaln..e .. wtTts.

; of w 1cItJame! Murphy is chair-: Marseille is the second largest.. Mrs. Catherine Logan. erences. Write or call 1M..

: : ma ice :a warded,'the trophy in, French city f-:<<,Tb$' program to be given by Seminary Street may3-31x ;

: that3FQbp; 3A.. Mrs. Eva Arnold teacher, on
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; r The Christmas 1 (lighting pro-, .' .#LEGAL I Friday morning will consist of WANTED

s gram, sponsored by the Jaycees y dances and pantomime illustrating I ...... sfitlrMw

: last year, with.Charles'Curry as IX THtT" f'TR'rr.co\aT WP THE< classical songs folks G. L interested in 4 to If :I ,111 ... I \l f .

: chairman was awarded the trophy .. KLCSVE. TM JCDIIL"itattiTI |.songs,' and art songs. The cosi acres waterfront on Keys between '' .... ...... ..

in that group, _"%.. ..-0.'. Ho\ROE Co' Vrt.TiTP i tumes are varied and beautiful. I Key West and Maratfcea. ', rat gt see. tlt........ _

Island City' Fishing Tourney; %IX t HA or f K' LORDt.lt . !I Parents and friends are invited :Must be a bargain. I will pay ,

under the direction of Bob Pollack -* M i 1I-W4 to attend these programs held at taxes and balance to owner. I

the award WJULiAMAKTHUn. Ft-OTP. !! 8:40 a. m. in the scnool auditorium I What ha'eoU to offer Write I .
as chairman won '. Plaintiff.T 'i ll..... a .etL.wR der. .."

I- in the field of sports. UITVRCB' ,tTIUU1A5K. \ j I .' details and price in eat letter. : reel ...... .....

'Earl -Duncan Chairman of the KJJUVU. ..". ', IVfendant.ORPKR .. i t am not a real estate man. but 1, tM e1rs.d
I! CARD OF THANKS j jII interested in building a
Americanism Committee was or rri.nfATio> am j J-fIeMa s_aaenea. el..l.

swarded a certificate,of merit by To:.r..e .PToyd.s'hturtdest'Ulas.. -. In appreciation to all those,whoso I little home. Write Box BRB I cIIRct en kelre/t .;..... 4.

the Executive Committee of the kindly donated their cars. their coo Key. West Citizen. ale rash en. w/iame 3.Ittewp'
Florida Junior Chamber Commerce $ wbY"Sr; .. KrligIJoeo. II floral i apr33-lt I.
pieces their
fr. taJtc1. sympathy and It.nlstis-k4 ......
for his outstanding work Toa -.r.CV.reby.qdired to appear their time we, the family of our ''I I I1'4MI0uI 1 .
on the Americanism project. This Tu the Bill of'Omplaint. for dlrorve. beloved and deceased brother. Your patronage at Club 116. FlU- -" t h a .
certificate is awarded only tot In th.',ar4*(>1td. cause 6011 the 3rd. patrick Street If you are forking : pp RIOT ,
.ay..r Jun. 194*. otberw) e the al- I Alton IL Roberts take this means I j i fts.Iw ...... cast alrt.
those people who in the opinion leirationit thec*inrwIU ,be 'taken *ycvi of forward to spending a i
'. ; thanking one and all of you. I II /I alas appji111RIesr. It e rib
have pleasant evening
; the Executive Committee :
of T a la'. ,.Ted once a j Especially do we want to thank i hems tact 1'lits. .M-W 6t3twnsew
: contributed an outstanding job atmosphere, soft music-vfat :.
eek fur four euoseeutise ireekz in i the Fire
Department for their 'I >kt ...._ ur r
I IT gt1R
.. to the local or state organization.To 'K'.a' r.C tlxeg.a.neweeaaer us at our club. Entertainment
i the
top off the convention two pnbtlwhed IW and Ordejreii.Kfy-ti tUli, Florida 3rd Jay.of I 1 they loyalty did the chauffeurs Municipal Hospital for all being furnished by that hilarious saw at .1It ..:::.
Miami Beach
the Lome Al.
r given by rlM twosome and
prizes "hi '.. .- ... superintendent and the entire i
won by clubs in &
; Jawere Music begins at 9:30 P.M. P.
staff for all
Ivew r.l4esyrr. they while
the seventh district. First prize '11i{rS -ths/l Circuit Court.Siehtoe't'ounty. he was with them. We hold I -All guns must be checked : FeR !4NTAli3O .
of the Hollywood SsYortda.Kvasa&e't t. !
went to a member : with doorman. aor9-5tx .AI

Ct. Club and the other door 3b'1s ;r;,:;..l..flywarh: ,' 1lvlkitur ,,' . 4 Is. C.h.o ... .nothing against THE any on?. I V1iRHtA8 )4.... 'tt
.. prize a round trip to Cuba with for"jlh-e Plaintiff. (1 FOR SALE-REAL ESTATEFor I t 9taeet.Si
1 4-itx ,
.e. all expenses paid. ; was won by ., :o. ,. may4-11-lt-1i.11l t may .

Jeff H. Knight, .1r.ztot-the ..S M ..... .11.
... t> THB CiAcrtT-VOlBT OP THKKL I FOR.SALE any .kind of property in Key
a '
West Club. Ke1 C.RCt IT \c e' : ntll. Haliia
: Ji2r't: West be it home; hotels, motet
: Of I n.U.i. is' i : f
s_ lilr6s .. feartaeCisen
tan..a-OR rU\ROE'Ot tTa.Li New restaurant equipment: Jordan or business locations contact !

-..- LEGALS ; C'c.ta.--t'aw- ...'1 hit. : 4( refrigerator. National cash Paul Boy sen. 623 Fleming 9C.

... ni;io IL S:.BIER BJ.XtL1. .. S register 3-burne Silex coffee; Phone 153. apr2i-12tx
. |> THE 4'IHfllT (0' RT*,..F THK. :* '.. f. .OJ'M.loUft.. --7 t- M ann
... t mt HT. ss.'l. f *. *1 \UKfE i maker water cooler glass pic .
':!.f1 r.TH JIUHI II ..... JU WbM sk J'.e .
1% %M r'OK UUMtUK ""Ol \Ti.t ['OMIXHTE. RAXOIA, case exhaust fan rubber floor FOR SALE-USED CARS i I ...
.: .' -. Cant ...
U. THK HT'TK Or* FLORID I I' l efen lant.l mats. miscellaneous silverware ...
l> "'H'"* ":R'. O"DER". . rtBLICIT10\ I 1933 for-dor I .......
.'... \_ It-372UrfTHKH To'' 1 and dbhcs. Chelane pot. gas' Plymouth good ren .
BKlli,' 'jrTIKfir.KZ. i 1N-dnl-6 r..i. water heater and tank. electric dition. Four new tires. $17*. -

... rialntiff."I'OR":Gtit'1t Philadelphia.
: ITilrrl:7 ..I are-h reti.r required tv appear I table radio. 3 aluminum-top tables may I..... hfiA9i .... ..; WI(
fenJant. t. the Kill of i'iyora-e filed agalast i I metal sink ... 1 .....
ONIIKH OK PI Hl.ll-'TIO' >(>u In the at> te'iilyledvraa e vn.vrlH.ftretHe.lJth. special gas
..' TO: I das ..f 'Ala>. .,. I.. grille. practically new. Phone I II 1947 Kaiser. 4-door sedan. "rtfc :,;
.:e..rg.utirrea.. 4 1544otherwise.. .lb. a11:5a.trQn. -un- 890-R. low mileage and ip exceitrnt ... --w.c ...... .. .... w
i.utX.. 2. I tain" t* -rt -- .JW V* taken an c"n- may4-2tx !
l san.ill-.*I li in..is. ,. ; fresetk .:',| .*.. I condition. 517 Eaton StrreC. 'i -.e ...... __ itlLtat. n...

Tun IIr- hereitr rt iufrrd t. ap,",. ie r. .11'" t.rderr. ajt Key \Ve...t.t.rl..a. 1 Two monkeys and a I Phone 159-W. nwyl-3x; ,! tlt..., tlf.rt 1l .... .. Yfie tI .
to the Kill of ".plal"t. for 4lcuh'..t _.1"U:''' .}\.C. <;f April. A. / I6-gauge
.. Wwe. .... as4s
I. 1141a .t. .
I" .714
In the abv.e"I>led raa+e on'the %rd. shotgun. Apply Baker's : I
Jy of J.D". A. |'. 194*. a.it>er.!*e ('-'Itttltr.oeat Ttvai,4..lP"L. !'I Lane. may 4-3 tx i 1937 Dodge sedan new paint job ,

the wEII" I allegations taken a. ..cvntalne..nfO.L.
l.tXI': AXI HIU.I-II-.t. at F.r1SVrt. I HT.: < this ;rd day of Ma. "lerk.Knrttiuv ,1-I
1-.r\d. : .1retlisiied
aealt..lt. J wart
,. It 171.C11t1'IIT.. t.q lnald.. Jr. Toledo scales meat slicer. 721 nwy3-3 :
/ 'ul'JlT. 1"1-\1." Attorney for Plaintiff. i Catherine Street Phone 644-W. I awed r.Ik JiWII... ....IaelrMl
.. apr.1::-="-Tjna>4.194V\
I: -c $a" pr. I hwwe asa'
rierk (.f Circuit ('..urt. i may4-3tx
ity: Kathleen: Nottace. >OTIt'H eh I'\Tt'TIO' TO M (KE I fw&flJ .

... ll-pll17. Clerk. 'APr'L/'titaw. Pun Pi\AL Climax electric sewing machine. Tr.tilcrroom.. Good rondtUon. ...I AlIU: .pps
Cnrl u"Q"in..IJ. Jr. a tJ''HARt :
. Attorney for I'laintitt.S ..iP ti.gte 44w un Good condition. 615 Fleming $300 cash. Inquire Town Hotel 161i
ma.4-II-13--.1y41.: I\ ('O 'ATt'Ut."THt; ('U1 \Tt Street may4-3tx 803 Simonton Street I'h.nc ,i --
, l Ul n,.I 9273. Elrwlilietli a.lrrtl.aswt. .......'
. TATK Ot' ORIUt. n .>3-34x ..
: 1THI: tUlTI JS UIIs t 01 RT
IPILOIIATF I i an-eleatrlt. 'tie ttli.tk cwlgb
1\ EOR'r0\RDI ( 0' 'T' ; Mahogany junior dining room
fl.OIIIUV. IPROIITF In\ re tlt- Estate ROUtJR
;;, 5 In re Kstate utCARIai I h.p. Skeet Ipr,...
'eA--a ed.T outboard
: L. VI..ISTtD.: .. : felt table covers. $100.00. 1020 motors. New cn _.
AllVhou It.:May Concern:
:: 'OTIt.'L 1ecrareJ. Notion lu-rebr_ 'Khen that TomtL j Fleming St., Automat Laundry. register and adding mrhtMe ', ; ,w eft... .....L \. tawti
Watkins filed his .final reporta. i ma>42txGiantsize combination. New 6 h Hr' v
mOPKKTlX p. ..*- c..w -. r
administrator of the of 0I
,'TI,'t: ..4 HKKIBVJudKf l'11IiN that estate if Stratton motor. MI5ttI....... :i
J'vr"v..nl to an ("'dOor vt the t',,uniT William liojcerVtklnX lecea'ed: I ..... M1e .ht.rw ......M Itr.r-
.,f M......... Cwunt.v.the 1"1'.4.. that he filed. hiM petition for final. iI Coca-Cola box. first office and kitchen equipment j I I. -rli6s 0. 9M'M list" a_
dl"rbarge and that he will *pr>l> t. Pirates
un4..r..i'f".d KXCTUI-T vf the the Honorable Raymond It. Lord I I class condition. Reasonable Cove Fishing Lodge. i I lillswe- 31$.
1..u.'lit and
ttlm.trad.. dasrJ.Te-iaintul. later ur Carrlw Key County Judge of Mourve County.Fivrida price. Apply 800 Emma St may3-34x : __ __ .

Rest M..nrM. tVuntv. fl.rrida. .111vfftr un for OB......the...."..1.1 1th of emne day of \1"1 I apr303tx8ft 1 Fe MKT-eet"fA"
r..r .ale and sell'at the front' final difK-harrr a.t .' Crib mattress chest of drawers -
door vf the Monnn ..vnly ,..lIrt the estate vT William Roger ,,-.t- $30.00. Ftirtaarile5l "",-",.. uita t.slh. M1111
House at Kr: > Wv>-t. Florida at 10o'clock kin. deceased refrigerator $200. 500-C pen and pad.
A. M. dnt-Mlr. :My :,. feted on this% 12th day of April. :', Poinciana. mayl-6tx $7.50. Combination high chair :. / .N OIWMI 9taeettaaYf
1540. the following drwribed 'j j
: property 154! ,I $7.50. 552-B, W. PoincWiM.m I Itt
.Ml th..t t-eriain pie..e or panel White outside white I
Administrator of th>- estate paint enamel y3-3tx |i- w
I 're :
nt land.ituatr. ling anil WInK of HJlllam RvgerVatkin. !+
$2.75 gaL Doherty & Co..
In the City of KvWest.: d..tl!. i
,'oupt> 1-1..rld... known a-< L''t Four (ft..U..k .
tih't- (1'1. Tract Sent a- I I! 1597. mayltfI Perfect condition. 1217< 1W9. tiht r Mainalw nth.Wets. ..-.
rrn .1,1 ac-r .. Is : ( Ot >TT JllKi T< tUIHT I
Plat of The >> We+t Investment I I
.. 11>U FOR- WOMtHK bOLOTS. Plumbing supplies complete I at/r39'Na
<>nii an) !i iubdlvi-lon .fpart
of Tract Seventeen '17.. Kl.oAlUA.Re. 1% .P OUTE. I I stock. Plastic tile paints and i, Man's. bicycle. Apply 13W Pe- j j
In Kj-tate of ,
dui> rvcordvd In I'la( Book Vne brushes. Murray's Plumbing tronia St LesT
11) rn page **. of :\I..nroe'vun. EUCAR1A H. CATu. JH-. j I may3-3tx -
ty. Florida Kei-ord. and which l;ecea.-
J . .. .lA", tv b.t.noed.' TX. Commenclnir and described aKfvtlowr. a inC all..!alm creditor. t.r demand and all personshas against Fla. Phone 7-3421. mayl-tf I House next to Citizen office on I 1,I \ ,*,. ., Wlukr awful Yiariw.a

l"'i.W,", South Street, ill.- ti.ntFitly the estate of Eduardo II. <:.&10. Jr.. i: Greene Street Must be removed Sts. Hrwanl II rrtumrd tit eJsilnren
l i 91 feet from the corner deceased. late of The Cltr of lick 'I| Motorola auto radios to fit all cars or torn down ,
\\ ..- FlvfiUa, afvnroe' salva tf J.h.l..w sl54rtet.
; c... l b..ulh and IvIUalx-th Street*. County State j I I from $42.50 Completely in- of lumber. J l tl' car
of Florida up.
i ,. 'j <..i hall runnintc th nc. ah..? South Vt and: I I I may4-M .....tt
Ktref In a N..rtb.-aMerl> direction >u. each of )wu. are herebynotified stalled. Bridge Radio. 650 NW r- -- .- - -- -
rift.e1 feet thence at and miulred to file all 5th St. Miami. mayl-lmo
claim or 4lutand hlch 'u... or
tlnbl. "OgJelt in, a Nvrthwesterls ... '
....'*ritin .rte Ifundrfd andTatntc of >u.'may ba\e d,( lnxt theestate
of Kdu"ard IL t!al Jr.. de-:I'
., tied) fe -t : lhene at MISCELLANEOUS For *
Quality 'uur-
riithf anjrlrs In a Soulhwesterllrtrtl erased Ute of The ,'it> .f ureaWest. /! .
"Florida :Unr e Count}, stale i,
-n Fift tae> fret: theor
ate rla-ht ancles in of Florlila. in the'ofHc- the Ci..un.t Washers, irons vacuums and
a S> .ulbrastrrl -
> Judge of JoI..nr.lInt.. Finrt.ta. Inlaid
) dar..lioo t'ntr llumlrrd. and la the Court 1I"U@ of said C..unt>. fans repaired. OBriant, Phone Linoleum. Asphalt Tile
Twtnt. IIZt sera I. the uolnt
at Keyc t. 1vri4a.. within I
.>f bezinniiie ..n South Strert. calendar eight I I 1164-M. mayl-tf :
months from the time of
The salt- tt III be un term and the first, pqblb-atloB of this notio.to f Colors and Patterns For Ears Room
.. ta tfc. "-"
credit III lie allow eel for not more ..
it. April :(1. \. I-. ISIS t."h' For guaranteed plumbing and re-
than titIK.1' cent of the l.urehaeeprice
ctainA! "I' demand must be in writing I I FURNISHERS
and fur nut I..ntr.r than ilreears an.' must stat the plae of r..I- I pairs. Free estimate. Call and INSTALLS

..u-h deferred. purvhaMprk'r. d.. and poet office address uf John Curry. 512 Margaret St
Ui t>e ct iinrij I. the r..mj..r *
.. the ilalmaat. and must be orn Phone 781. TELEPHONE
note t th>- purthar i>a)al>le to to >.> the.claimaiit, his agent mayl-tf l ii
or ati I Estimates
the personal rt i>-rntati\<- and ..,- tur..,,)'. tree

vur..l uy,..inortttasce.. upon the said I' Any ouch claim demand not! Will take care of children at my j and **. 8TVTZ
fropert; ,1. Said sal* will I.e I'Iut.- ".. filed within' ti'tl' months from ,
ject to the apprvial of said CounJudge. .. home. Phone 685-J.
> the time f the first publication of Quick
this notice I Key West Floor
shall be void.Iaten'aT'1Cw"cratFlbrraa may3-3tx Coverm Ce.
l>at 4th das .,r )U'.. .\. ... lt u. 1Mb dar of \t rn. X. If. 1S4S. this Installation ,?
U'illiam \Vexlr'alkin. *
.Herbert n. CabreraVknjinhrtrRter Drafting and designing bv a j
l:xecbtvr the
of Last Will a.nd A.
of the
*Te>.t.ii.ent of tVrrle L. Olmvhrlia -Eduardo CsUtte graduate architect at reasonable
slea.l. I.........+e'L .,..._oi. H. Uato Jr.. de- i, prices. Homes, store fronts in- J SPtCLUJSTS L\
<' T. LetterVf J. L6..clut u.1lt. ... . FLOOR slid L"K CUM1K1M**

s-. ':'* .stitr: Jfay-4.aid Caetutor.11, LI. ::-1J\\. Attorney for &l.r.i Administrator!.:. ..moLl1.IlH.. I Prone teriors.156W.Bobby Anne rna George+5tx (No Job Too Small)


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TUESDAY, 4. 1943 .., THE EEC ;wEST CITIZEN V: 51 .
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':tf. .......................i. .. ....... ....-...... ;() .. m certain product er service la sweded THIS WILL DIRECT YOU I I'i
)I; BENNY'SMotor ;: WH R BUY on. and there U doubt M to where !Ii

S r..T TROPIC te byU .....................
TRADER .......... ..... .
Court : : : ,-.................:........................? .:...... .,.A., ........ ; :
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909 Simonton St. lf It Is
.. : Ownership Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : : SELL ITIWe 1 : :; .. :
-S : BENNY FERNANDEZServing H Plenty of Action Toys for the ChildrenElectrical : : .Will Call For mad Deliver : ,:: WHITE STARCLEANERS : : Station :

,;" : . : : i''f'tY 10 Years* Eaperienc*In Electrical: Work :. : :' J. H PHONE: SIM :
.BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 : : Appliances Repaired ,'1 1 : : ; sad Division StrMts :

: 1 .: eLUNCHEON.. 11:30 to 2DINNER. ;: ..................................................w. 't 211 Dnval Street :: i Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa. Jr.STREET Prop. : :: Tires Batt mea. Auto Accessories :
. : S to 8:30 ............................................... -' trLECTK.. TELEPHOKE 41 e 122 SIMONTON STREET : "Your and GASOLINE: Dealer........a :-.
: The Best of.Steak : :: :j ..:.... .' .'.......".',.-.................................: : :: -...................... ...........................................we. .
Short OrdersSandwichesAt . .. HOME]% SUNDRY STORE ... ............. .,...,.... ......... ...._...... ..... ........ .: Dry Cleaning e
:.' ":. All Hours .... 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR: COA.W1TE,.,rr--ST.. ., .. PR1TCHARD '...'. : : and Pressing/ : :: AUTO AND :
.. TOur Frozen . Invited .:.. : ._ .. : .: RUSSELL'S : 24-HOUR SERVICE . SHOPream
.; TROPICAL DRINKS : : "Your, Patronage. .- *, . : .. Free Pickup andDelivery BODY :
. "i ":* Open Daily-and Sunday : : IceC -Proprietary Medicine; .: '_ WNERALHOME .. :. DRY GOODS Service : : GREENE STREET
: .: : : SUITSforDIEN : :
Midnight !
.% '** : .
:......................: :: Sick Room SuppliesSchool; Supplies .: 1'1". : :. 1106 OLIVIA STREET, : .:: and WOMEN : :: Auto W to 5-500 : !''t

;, ...........Toilet.......Preparation..a........*..and....Article...............: ':. .:.::. PHONE 373Specializing .: : Ma
h. :....... ...........:.... ...a..........'..................................: : Let Those Serve ..: :. .:.: .:.......PHONE.......282........; :'........... ............................. !t.

: : : Who Serve Best. : : ........... ...........................
GOMEZFURNITURE . MUMFORD and ROSS : : NEVER :. in .-0 ...................... : -
: WE HAVE : : ,
: : .
A : -230 DUVAL STREET A TRUST- : : : : YiN t.
... CO :: : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor forCarrier :: .: WE NEVER WILL :. : Women's andChildren's .+ :. : : ..... Hotel 1.1"so.. : I
... 720 DUVAL STREET :. :. AirConditioningfor :S : Ambulance Service .5: :: : :: :: ; DONALD BARBER :: ,
: Ju..nile Furnilttrc : : : : : : : : We Specialize la :
Domestic and Commercial Use : 548 Funeral Service : .
: .
Telephone : Hair Dyeing i :
. p
S33 PHONES 1150w. Apparel. .,. .
: ... ............................................... I Never Sleeps t S ,. Established 188SLicensed Phone '.rran.aFair "IC CTTHTWx ,.
.. Plastic Inlaid CongoleumAxmlnster ..........................a.....,1.....?......a.. .,......:............... !i...........*..a........ Funeral .............* ..............waves.............
> ........................
'I .. BroadfeltRADIOS .. .. Electric .:...,........... .i : Directors and S ........!... ......_.....................\
: '

1 : andAppliances :: :: ROTPOINT Ranges : : J. A. MYERS. .:: ::. Enibalniers24Hour ::. :. STEEL Culturein KOOKScientific 1i1 : '!Ii

: Refrigerators Disposals and Electrical Appliances : i,I..o.j. : b-'

,:: Terms Arranged"OPEN .: Washing Machines for Immediate Delivery : .*: : : Licensed : Ambulance : i ;." nced f i:

TILL 9:00 P.M. HOME APPLIANCE .r, F.: : : .: : I
: ContractorFREE : .. :
MON. and SAT. : : : p AJNL'TING'. .. :. Service : .Soft w. Cxdnalvalr

...................... ......60S...S..........STREET...:...........*....PHONE.....a.11....: : FREE ESTIMATES. ALL WORK Jefferson GUARANTEED Hotel' ;:: .:. Phone 135 Night 696.: :.: Phone! 637 Fleming.St.............../........:.

:................................................ :....Telephone........9127,114.......Dnval... .Street...................... .....................: ....................... ................A..................s
S....................... .............................1.........: Friends and the Public Invited :
: Fonder
: :e ? .BETTER ....................... .
I : PRICE TOURS : : Key West Garden & Lawn Supply I : When You Want FASTER, ; Beauty Salon i
: i !
: : 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 FLOOR ,SANDING Key West, Fla. Frances Park Owner
.i Full PET SUPPLY Line On or 1010
RepresenUtiYesfw : : Guaranteed Work Modern Method .i SOUVENIRS : : Culture in all its Phase :
k : : Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line : :. : ) Treatments :
EAST : : Courteous. Service and Delivery :. :. J. DOUGLAS. : AIL.Situ :. : : ,.Shampoo .Manicuring ;
.: ..............."................................: :. 1829 Harris Avenue.Phone...................1374-R........... :: ............. For...Appointment..........Phone.....1331.........!. .
1 RAILWAY .'.................. .. COCOANUTSSPONGES .......................
: COAST .............. ....... : .......... .....
................................................. ..............a.. a. ? : : :
.. ..Located Next . : :. Soil : CASH JIJo :
: : : Save 20% Fire Insurance :: Landscaping,Marl\ and Top : : : / 1 :
DR. COBO'SOFFICE on dwellings SS : SALON
: -
:' : : mercaatita SOIL$& 0 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK: ; : .U .A.. :
. by INSURING with i. : TQP.. : : Will Snip to Any Port In .
for 4 .
bldgs.bouse : HAULED.-S5.nO :
% MARL ToI"131< :i!.
of U.S.: 1400 DUTB
: nxunro STREET :. : hold and per Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : .Also Lots Cleared and M!{t.Spread-Veq Reasonable : : : : Hair Cutttng r .i : .. I'I
Bow d Le Coach Hotel one! effects.Save : : S. Palacio : .Expert ,t.. : '
: : : 15% on All- Policies Non-Assessable .....,. : :". 1021 Olivia'St.) ,: : : 1I"'t't. :nbacials ,
\VIECH 401 South Street :
PHONE 124 : :' r Mercantile Phone 674' PHONE 801 : :
:..*..................- .. r Stock; 1. L.Crusoe;Agt. :: : ...........................i:............; .: ,KEY..WEST..... FLORIDA :. .......*..Exd...*. ....Ercyaatl/t..a?. .*...............?
a.......................................a a eeeeeeeSHOP ..........a*..................................... ...... .eeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ........... :........:..................;
I, .. .......................aa....a.............SP : : : For More Natural
...................... : a : : JEFFERSON (COFFEESHOP : : : .' Hair Tinting
: : : B &8 CYCLE DUVAL STREET : :: REAL ESTATE : '. or Finestla :
; .: US. .. : Permanent
Ride the Bus to the : : .: : : ;a. Waves . .
: and Sunday, :
Open Daily
COLF COURSE Phone 1013 : :
: r 822 Fleming.St. R.M.Daniels.Pro P to : : App..d.I.: :
? : uML 1.UL.; Beauty :
: : : Cusliman Motor Scooters : : Dinners : : Lease : : :
: : :
: : : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery Also A La Carte and SandwichesREASONABLE _, : : RentalsManagement : :.. Colony I "
: :: :. ** BICYCLE :.. .'.-...........-.............PRICES............-.-.-..-... .: Improved and Vacant : t S21 SouthardStreet :
.. .. : .Buddy Seats fcf1 Rental ServiceParking : .............................................. ; Properties In get Weet .: Next to South
: TAKE : sad Monroe County : g ernmastBeauty i
!ii .
fk School
BUS ; : : : .r
110 t T 'T : : J. OTTO if. All Licensed ..:
: .WindshieldsFoolrcsls BONDS : : KmCHIIEINERREALTOR : : ; R ; Beauticians : :'1
i to th. : u. : : FIRE WIND AUTO . c < ,
: Specializing
LIMO aoLr : : f : : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : 411 Fleming Street : .' t Modern :: 1
: ggfr 533SS2 : : : t ..
: Phase :
:. . Key West Insurance Co. : 319 Whitehead Street : ..1 .
Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : : : : BeautCulture ,
PRom :
Pbonee. 12'.r 736-R
: Have fun :: : STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : : 318 SIMONTON STREET in Front of Postoffice : 1371 :.. ........................;. .'........... 206 for CSPANOL Appointment.............* ..II.....;.

::.a KEY....WEST.....GOLF....CLUBi i... ...........................................................................................a..;'': .:..............*.........Directly...............................................................A.*. '.....................i .......... .HABLA........ ................:

}; BI"Y"LES.I : ': :, ;- BEAUTIFYYour : I : : : : Good Low Prices : S

,:.SSS5SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS S : .: INSURANCE .: : Daily btw AJM.and 3:30 t !
: :
: FOR SALE ___ : : P>L- are acceptedfxom I'. :
: :
WASHING MACHINE ; : : Entire House .with : : : 5.i.J '. :
: Must B. OFFICE : public Students }
: : Our Customer : : : '"'" '1
: : LINOLEUM : :
: :
: : Bus ,Station School .

!: Not Su1emciiFactory !. :.......................................................................................i; .. EZPERTLYINSTALLED :: :: PHONE NO. 1 :: :: of u r e ......j :
ESTIMATE 523 Street
: Methods : : : : TELEPHONE 1454 FOR : l /1 :
: :
Trained Men : available i with 800 houn.
by: : DRUMBARandPACKAGE There over
1 : : : West : : -TIlE- : :. of state instruction who know the latest :
: EASY. ABC-MAYTAG : : Key : .: phases in ..... These student beauticians :-
KENMORE: SPEED. DEPARtMENT : : : PorterAllenCompany under of a licensed teacher of i
: :
S QUEEN and OthersITIiilr .: 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE S112 : :: : : beauty good work at very low priest Although S
S : : Floor Covering C o. : are not required it is advisable. :
: Wrinprr Roll : -"We Deliver" : : : : Stop at
; .Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : .. : ARD ST., PHONE 537
.: THE TRADERS :. e Packaged Goods .. .....130...DUVAL.......STREET..............KEY....WEST.......FLORTT........e. .:......................, ,.......523.... ............................
...... ......... ......... ....... .... ...............
.. 1M PHONE Duval tilt Street ................. :::::::*::::::isii:... : .. ................................................ ."........ :

k ..55555555555.SSSSSSSSSI............................................ : RADIOS You IlV'IE-'I BUY YOUR ER''YTJ.'rc'cr, RADIO, :;: : May Clearance Sale :: :: & SONS : I

. = : : {
It Takes A Radioman to Repair It. Why : : R. WATSON. Manager =
When You Go : . ,: .: $12-35 Values $10.95Regular i ,
Radiomanand Regular
'. : Food Shopping : Not Buy It From ASSURE YOURSELF. of i i l\IEN'S\ r PANTS doss Values $7.35 i : 503-R ; 'I

. .
Be Sara to Get :
&AKD RECORDS : .: 1..Ii.,,' : ; Grralh HriliiredJust : D SeA :

.., i 0c44eju4tt 24-Hour Radio : :. .frrir.-IJ'IIITE' and Cradnatiun DRESSES: : : Dcantificaliiin .
Mother's Day
? __ S for ....... .p\alt"T.bl., Cloths .
BREAD ServiceAlfsMusicCo . .t.in..c. Removal :
ENRICHED ... 4e' Repair Couch Covers Stlverwar .Radios. Electric IronsHAMILTON : : Tree -
. : : and Aprons
( 'J1 f -
; -: Via foundation o/ Today* J ',. i MERCANTILE CO. i -Sand-Soil & Rock i

Rat Planning 1 i % by the Cubic Yard :
: :

tSS : UUft rAJtALDO PHOtfKm : :. The HIT Latest 522 Southard StreetPHONE : :. 707 WHITEHEAD STREET........Near....Corner......Angela..........:. ;....-....... .............................
1081 ......
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FACE SIX ,, /, .Tim" xlY T ES DA1 MAY 4.14S !:

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WHAT I IT MEANS: .'- .i...... .. "., '" .... ,. ISO, PAINTERS ,PAINT A HOUSE .IN FIVE:;

,' Reduction In ''Estate 'Taxes' Guard To Train At+! j'


Under The New U.S. Laws F L' r$4s '3't. r 'Fort Jackson, S. CL,

By ALE% xD:1i k GEORGE' MACON, -Gav. May 4 (FNS- "IJ

WASHINGTON.-tAP).-Huge cuts in the Federal Tax on I Plans for the .sunwaer encampment J:

come big estates will result from, the ;\aX.1aw recently enacted ,of the -4 th> Infantry: Divi- aA

by Congress. For a S10.000.000'estate there is a possible redaction h ,, ,sion, Georgia-Florida National
Guard were made at a conference -
in tax from $6,083,200 'to 2468200.; For a S3.000.000 A I' I of staff officers with Major a a

estate, the potential tax cut LSI r -
,(General Henry n Russell.. Com-
from $1.263.200 to S528.200. C rgander.-The division. will train at .
Many sizable estates which under TODAY IN i _S __ :'Fort Jajrk'snn. S. C. July: 1S-3L I If

the old law would be taxable .- ,( America | Present at the conference were W r j j'j
win be entirely exempt froDf..1 \. .. ? f
the assistant division commander.
1780-Louisville, Ky. (then in ,
tax. (This of course is wig Gee.,Joseph C: Hutchinson.
entirely seperate from state inheritance Virginia))chartered as a town.' 'a r of Sanford and hi: staff along
taxes.) Compared with 184T Cornerstone of the Snaith- a Krir with regimental 'and battalion

the income tax cut under the'new- |nnial Institution Washington i.commanders from both states.
law, the estate tax slash affects f i
lt. C 14id.I86GAn.
f ..
onlY a few families and only under I Is

certain conditions. That's be-I proposed 8-hour Tha National working Labor day ht1- College) Vacation;

cause every estate has a $ .! :
exemption from federal tax after Union y proposal which amazed a ; 1 ,

debts have been paid and state .and startled- the country of .that- Almost( A CareerGUAM

inheritance tax deducted. I dav. 4 j jI (
Estate tax reductions under the 1873--One-cent postal cards FM ;4 t I :, CAP). What's the

new' law are brought about byallowance first SuecL1886Strikes '. tratat ,,.r i best way to spend a. t'011eeva- tJ
of "marital deduct lOns" for an 8-hour
t r cation? Two bearded :and brown- *
under certain conditions. There :day begin thecountry over
must! be a surviving spou* for an in the terrible Hayraar- t-, .' I e ed students from the University"

estate-to get this deduction. The ket riot in Chicago on the 4th. : _: : f.r4 t .it ..are of California at, Los Angeles will .AFVjri!> ol.I

estate of a widowed or unmarried I I 1887-The University Settlement ._ u -, I tell you' ii's. sailing the Pacific- THIS.EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE al Pittshursh. Pa. Is being wreck-

peror|does not get the deduction'and ,. House of Lower East Side, (ftP tvlrryArtiU! ) I if you don't care how long your )j, ; 'CharUvR.. .
the'resulting tax cut. Whe, ,,!New York City| opens the ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PAINTERS: in Memphis Tena. swarm ''Vft( ihjtwostory) homes vacation lasts.Brothers t ed slowly by earth slides oej the hilt Geology Prof.

th ifit rtarixil deduction is alloweoTtaiso ,.>country's first settlement house. which they painted in ;hut five minutes end 31 seconds. They gleefully announced their feat Al 'and Joe Linesch 1 1fShark Fettke of Carnegie Tech points to the "walktaf hW ad pair

': ;depends upon the na- 1833-The Columbian Exposition established a new world's-record.. The exhibition was part of'the city's'"paint 'up; clean up"" campaign -> joined fishing expedition II j diets the. slides will continue. Will Mat is Kaf Bidolkt a Cai.
of the bequest to the spouse. Chicago lass -summer's I _
tufe I opens. .underway at the time. ,. toTahiti daring
.. For example,, if a survivingwifegeU J. '1898-(50( years" ago) Dewey .-- -- .r ----S-- I vacation, from UCLA They returned -. negie Tech employe. "
a life interest in an estate i I destroys the Spanish,fleet in ootI PILOTLESS PLANE KILLS CHILDREN, WRECKS HOME to Hawaii in a small Ta- l }

with. the provision that it goes to I I tIe of Manila Bay. hiti ketch, too late to make the I f[contract with a-triiding.company f'I
hey children when she dies, the J i 1'43'-' Americans in heavy . fall term at school. So.they sign- '' islands Asked it j .
in' tM Pacific
1 I ; .
deduction is not allowed. ''ill Si .gs schooner v
: fighting ,Tunisia. .Government ed the missionary *
on I, ' rI
return. teem AN
'The maximum allowable 'de:= ' . VI 'for the Mar- they really intend to u demefclfen
takes,over coal mines Morning Star I
dui tlon is 50 per cent of the value ,1945-Hitler reported dead:: in halls; and Carolines. I'!I UCLA they said -Yes. when our I I j scribed a* TeuHMf' I.arrorwdshi tfte

>. of 'the estate.The amount of the burning Berlin. Now they have signed a, year's I i summer vacation is over" grin of a shark or .
deduction depends upon the a-
bill outlawing
1947-Congress passes .,
mount willed the surviving most of the portal-pay .t ELECTRIC SYSTEM\
spouse. It there is no will, it depends .suits. l. CITY OF KEY WEST ,
upon .the size of her sharein t ti.
the estate'as! fixed by state law. R t tKEY
]I MONDAY. MAY 3. 1948
The new law's requirements lor.,.| I. WEST. FLORIDA
:[ 1765:.:.The. Medical .School of'the'University i i '
allowable: deductions are very ;
i' i f : . . .
complicated! : Persons. whose estates -' of Pennsylvania jtom -

may be affected are being',. established-the. 'country's first i Condensed Balance Sheet ; "
advised, to obtain the counsel of t medical school, ( ,

financial and legal experts en ,; 1802-Washington. IX C..; incor- I .'.. ;. > "l Y
wills and trust'agreements.. 1!! porated as .a city-President appoints .. J"
Here are some sample cases of '; mayor. 't'e and ';
; .
how the new law works: John J87s.sident .Gral 's proc- : \ : t

'.. Jones dint leaving an estate of ,, tarnation' calling for the suppression .k. .." \107"'Jot ",.'\. ., 9
$120,000. That's the estate's value
after debts have been paid and ,,r 1918-The second contingent, !' .' ';' . St ;< T'f' .

the deduction taken for state in,,I 1233.W&) { men, called to ,the train- '- c. ... am. .. ,
Jones has
heritance tax payment. ing'Camps. I

willed all his property outright to ,,- 1923-The' first crosscountryair Y17I ". MARCH 31. 1943 I PI
the'old law the' ;:: .
his wife. Under ': flight nonstop;won. b .Lieuu .: .
estate would nay a federal tax,of Kelly and Macready-time slight- I
9.500 on 60000. The other $60-:I 1 ly under 27 hours.1924President _J }: a

000 would be exempt from federal I Coolidge ve- ; ASSETS. .

tax. _, I toes' bill increasing pensions. .on t (.\,. I houN .. ,

Under the new law Hhere ;economy grounds.. ,_ A PILOTLESS ARMY'TRAINING PLANE killed: two Negro children. 'i j\lnl j : two others and I "\.'p n .--...--.-,.-. .: ....:.._ \ V.1.... dkila .
F.tt"'I''T u (
would be a /fnaxirnum 10 per cent'marital GeYman-'italkm'' wrecked "the outskirts cf Atlanta. ... Th k the the children IFI.or.nT". PL.1CT1); . .
f' f94E=4: troops this home on b. ship str'f= ground whet* ** :
deduction amounting to : : _. __ .. ... ... .r.2 Ir :aa.ra .
1 stage victory in Athens. were playing and then crashed into the house .after it ran out]/of gasoline fpd Its pilot had .:;.d ? ;: .u : =.. .;.. ._.:::::s SI3U :
$00.000 and the remaining $60, ; Ite..nr and 1'.a/iap ry
000 would be exempt from tax"I, 1942-Japs continue their landings parachuted to the sreund. The victims were i chOircn cf Evans Smith, a state market employe. ,..... 55
1.: outright *I I i i. 1n'the Philippines. .-..-. -- -- TOTAL !SPEcS *!. I1PO'IT.----------------------- .5SS J J
'J Suppose Jones leaves 40,000 j9Ueut.: Gen. Frank M. A TEMPORARY TRUCE IN THOMPSON+ TALMADGE WARt ri'KMBVr. ASSIST* r.
,... ...... sad '. flasksI..r
to his wile and $80,000' to |, W. .. ._ __. _. ' _. _9 .LIr31vpr.W Ii rI
his children.: Only the $40.000 is .Andrews and Bishop'dead Adna in n FYad.. -t,.,;" ..... no" '-:-=":'-.. '. '::: :::: : r : I.ra al IL.(1..1
allowed tf\ a marital deduction,. Leohard among the plane :
Then $60,000 of the $80.000 is crash in Iceland. wr I ili.eella.e.a. !sprrlal. Ira .ita. Paa41e- \pril .. ISIS .. ..'r.'. . ... ... 1'M .;
i'44-Enemy floods the Pon- . llrrr" PrIlpa&_ ...... . .... . . t &II -
exempt from Federal Tax aad t ............ II.erlrahlr Nr.r a;:.1. -- .
Americans . ... .... .. > Eon
marshes to 1..11
there is a tax of $1,600 on the remaining ? tin:: stop Ia1.r4aI .pll. sal . . . r.7aLesT.T :
. 20000. ca southern Italian front. I .'.._ __.. ..u. ........ . ,

1345 Americans. British and ASSET.! .. .. . . .. ... ._. -.. -.. tit"1l-
Say Jones leaves the entire Ger 1L. NKF'EK1tFb CtI1NR\T 1111:1 u';. . .. __ ..... _. --.. __ . ....--. f
$120,000 in a trust fund with the Russian forces:meet oi the TIIT.i.i 4 f

Interest to fto .to his widow dur- man front { ........... .. ..... . .. ...... _........_. u.._ .. -T-- -.Jo.---3-.... .
ing her lifetime and the principalof 1946-Government orders fifty i,

the fund to go to the children percent'nil travel .cut due to coal i I

!'upon her death. In that case no strike. +rx
"' marital deduction is allowed. The 1947-United States indicts 24 r'W. /.r t'i I : "
i \
tax is the same as under the old Farben leaders in'Germany. as .. LIU LITIIS .

war criminals.

of this situation per ... ..... ... HKVF.TSIB' 0\DS." '11:"":<* lei'InNK.VV &_ ._.. ._....,....::;-.._.......-._._... .,- :
affected .n.
sons whcce estates may be .SATURDAY. MAY U 1948 : :
are being advised to have / La.1nILIT11SFIerlrle ; : 6..d.. !..in. 11It .... \wrlt .. IBIS U.'ra--...... .- ... I )..-.- ,
.1836--The Ancient Order Nora. *- '. LINK N'.slra: .......... ... -.,- m IVM a ..
wills and trust arrangements Hibernian in New ir..t I.lerr.l. : a..eera
studied with a view to possible organized A..+ul. PaYahtr - :--:- --- :::rn: : : .
York., L.
revision. 1855-The New York City .. ... .. anal..
The rates of federal taxes are ) Other
Woman's Hospital pensworld'first' j' e.F r xa d .. ... . .
not changed by the new law. t .. .. -
NME1 unLIT.t ---- --- -
They range from 3 per cent to 77 hospital run by and for fd f RK"TDI'rI.KH" K" f 1 Full DEPNkt'IT11I\ -.. .._.-..._ -,... -_... .. = {;
t .
1 women exclusively.: A-rt Wl LTI'nI T u.a.:,. I: -. ...
per cent of the value of the taxable -
part of the estate. The taxona : taeS-rLieuU Gen. Rkhard Tay +w s % A .....,..\I. . . ...... .'u_ ._.... ...-.-:--__-.--_.... .....-.. .. u.. .. ..... .-' .. 4+LiMH.1sNOTE .
$65.000 estate is $150, the 3 percent I lor' surrenders last Confederate I t
applying to the $5,000 above army.west of the Mississippi.
the regular GO,000 exemption 1886-Terrible Haymarket Riot I
I anarchy in full
in Chicago-

flood-,-A bomb thrown into the L it ........... : 1 .
THE LOW DOWNmCKORY is followed
midst.- 180 policemen '.Wlrepnoio*
',byA pitched,battle between GOV. M. E. THOMPSON of Georgia and his rival. Herman Talmadge. call a brief truce in their The n..Bts at which pr......r,,'. plant-*n* *f)..if>nM.t .!.. ..rrt4 4. BM. JpBrpOTt .. ./..r...
& 'hr.r >rrwnt r.a112.M.: l or terInImeaL or r-pr*<,..*.... rw*. TM eW.. .e pr q i
!:the; police ind anarchists. political fight for the governorship and help promote: Georgia forests -at the sanual Pine Tree ..fn rrly plant]awl ..luipm.at In.lu.t..Ih, ca.. u.t- sad ratahataer. a. a as aM r.ar-. .
GROVE 1888-The first practical electric Festival at Swainsboro. Ga.. Friday Surrounded by spectators. Gov. Thompson (left) and Tal- llaU..", ..( intjn-il.l* rapttjl has n" !..*.. MUMlr.V .
railway starts in Richmond, madge (right) watch the festival parade.

I Va.-the first complete overhead . . . .
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Yod 'know in this fair and '
electric street car system. The Deed Sea Albert Nyanza.r
young land it is kinda upsetting

and not"up to tradition or Hoyle'I..York opens track-the in "most America.stupendous Lakes Nyasa and Taganyika &rt'l l \ hate .xan !n... tltc lialanrr tlwr' nf Ihr ..'ti,. "f K.T W. *. EKtrVB M
to see .our people being given i race all situated in the great; "African! : of :..t3.n:1.. ".11. sad! tn..m..n ef inr...fw f.r ll.r fLM-al l year i"th .. ........ ._ .......-
the 1905 Belmont Park. New >. was mad.. Inr4..eairs.. K(n.raTly arrvml >*.litl.C Aa.dardJ. afar harlallrllfnrh
but whole
anything truth'the ; .............
1932-Announcement of a new Rift" which slashes across Asia : l.Ri.f thi aeru.nltng r.eurdI sell !".rb .th-r a.dhlat pp a..aa/itletiia
truth and nothing but the truth. __ rirruniKtanr.
by oar leading gents in Govt. I' American foreign policy: the and far down into Africa for al- eeerxary In .iir in llif opinion, tttf a'".... Ualanrr rhr.t anal .c -" m...\.... .......... s. 1..laa
non-recognition of new lands most one-sixth of the circumference prrxrat fairly .... financial r.. lIi.i .f tk. fit"' of KT_ Eel.Jettr sr.. M 1t.irU
got in mind how some of em' are 31.: IS4! and l the r..nlt..f "t.'raii.na fir for jrrr' (hr ra.l.<| se .-hr.... tk4i Mall
veering from the welfare of the made.by nations breaking the of the earth. __o I ..rally: arrvi. ..l a.-..-"i II..K |>riitri|>l l.i> applied! .* a korl. r..ali.. >ttit trMfc ttMM kf thpr.. -
people to .the welfare of themselves Kellogg Pact. y,..... year.Apra .
-how they build up problems 1941-President! Roosevelt ded- 1 :K 19IS. TCNTUV.N1 It'RVIS. UKLLKH a ..OHANVSTATOIFCNT

; then hurry in with their an- icates birthplace of Woodrow Your Grocer SELLS That Good I
swett\on. how to fix it. I, Wilson at Staunton Va.. as a national w TJJL1N I'SsNOW ) I II II
It is in Agriculture and foreign shrine. STAR BRAND ;, II I

affair, and reclamation;; and 1942-Beginning of the battle i
social fumiddles. day after day. for the Coral Sea. Social Justice AMERICAN COFFEE! I OF I INCO.Mi: :

Andvll these cooked up problems barred from nails.1945Germans and CUBAN AVAILABLE!
MARCH 31. 1948
make jobs .for. thousands and in Holland, Belgium -Try A Pound TodayALL -
,Mahe .f rerr. Oar.rd Cr hat
thousands. And thousands and and Northwest Germany I Slates fialxbfd wllh ...-rhalk-
thousands of votes are not to be 1'surrender. fat Kimhrdr rnamrl. FISCAL YEAR &HMB

sneered at. Take an item like I i 1946-Government calls the Also "ALUMIi1'UMLINDS MARCH 3i

flood control-it was not the coal strike a national disaster." $ Available

whole truth-it was the "front"concealing t i It-17-New York phone strikers Tree Estimates-Call 682 i: HK\KMK ...'. .... ... '. . ......... .. _.- ._.- --- -.-- --'- - --foa.s.-Isle ita.ltlt Fey..l lOPERATIMi ....
electric powers NQW.end lour-week tie-up. PROMPT DELIVERT OPEN tTIt: III:1 ti p: IIPD(11111IlprrHiag ,S
they tome out for steam plants at t:....._ .:".,&.oIl.c Taa..sOp.r.tl.
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the foot of the dams-after the About two million people live tws h.y toptat.. tsatsla 11al.t.wtr ... .. ::::: = . : 4r.L/. !.. $:.;
darn are in. If Congress keeps on,I .... _.
iq i the Sahara Desert. VITAMINS : ... ... . .. ...
being i a sissy and dishes up the I &SLj /'sty .; 4 'r'..5'Tat. ; l:4.hoI.: _ _- - __ ._ ab1.. ...
dinero. we will be in no different 11.. . . . . u bOWA to be essential to huirinouidofl.plus : : ..:": :.:=: .. ":-: : .... ..: .._:=-:-. .-:__'":=:=--' '.T.La.- & '"*aVkk. ***V- VBPv
boat from the way it is..over COFFEE liver and iioa.73't t 1 _
STEOrlO ABM BlUUfO .. .. ..
f TOTAL OPKHATI'X"; HKVKK lInt t'rii \ Rl.t.t ln .....-.:..
the Volga.
there on 9 903 FLEMING KEY
Fooling the p..oople-and the PHONE 682 '.:T OPENtrsG isr:'K"H . .. .. ...- ..--. ..',...... .L.LIpDEDiiTIOs
creeping in of foreign ideas-is COFFEE: : 07..95 _' i; 'Jj' 1 ItI: I

something to put in our pipe andsmoke MILL lBlfrv" >t mm Krtrmmr II..*. .. .. ..._.__.. ...._..m. ........ -.-..
on. By November we will '- it GARDNER'S PHARMACY Drapery Cornices OIhN /Ia.U.I..f M..rhaadl.e" ..ra..U..., ,y. /'tIt'

maybe get alerted and hep. 1114 Division SU Cor. Varela .I II
Yours with the low down. All, Grocer PHONE 177 . FREE DELIVERY r = ___ -C1U&.t> fET
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Results! Of SoftbaUifats I I BABE RUTH-ARRIVES- -- TO SUPERVISE MOVIE - Rdlex !k, TODAVSJBIRTHDAYS' ..: I I II born- In Grant, County..Kan 59, V/LL YOU Stf/fiEP* ,.

Statingi I I ". Y years akaDF.,11bert.i- I * . 1 \ J' .

Tonight May\ -'I : : |ll!i ,.(3rdiaalimeccas' _;(Know America JL; Spsllmaa) :y I: B N !'wmaa. noted.'Let's .Be Frank

j I'New Yort's' ; '
College itAn
{ rjl :
'Whitman &Jm
"of New York hern '
scr of chemical engineering born *
Change Standings F M i 'It --1ng t i Mass.. 59 ysfrs Jjgo. :Is ; in Toronto, Canada. 60 years ago how a gki -ram* in t&gpi JiiII;

t tf k., 1 ] ,-.I>r.. Angus.Zfcun. E Norman Corwin of New York a job. i r

Adams Dairy will 'be fightingbright 4 ; : wf pal bishop of Washington, isro-l radio writer and producer, born ; Whoa asked if she had ar
at Bayview Park hem New York 56 :in Boston .
to pull t lIop- r :years a 33 yeariT ago. particular Qualification. Qg, ...
totq out of the cellar when \ : t John Cottier president; Prof. Jacob Vinci of Princ ton
usual she .Mid she had
= I Institute: < Ethnic Affairs. : talents
.for..1 I .
SubRon University famed
meets 4 in the opening economist, several prizes -evwr.w.M
: me comnussioncT cf -Indian Af
of in Montreal
fame a doubleheader.Tbi years ago.SATURDAY. 'i
to I i' fairs,, born in Atlanta, GCI puzzles and stegan-mtliBg CBA
,will be
ji; second .
Apf the clubs in the present meeting hall I -t years Dr. ago HarkkA., H. Horner. MAY 1. 1943Gen i i r tests."Sounds good" the msnaf....

.7 of the' league's split-schedule. In v' ..tM with tiva r-f hc Council, execu- Mark W Clark eammandmg told her. "but we want .omrbodr
%;the first. meeting' SubRon 4 Won are .Dental secretary"Education: American on i the CtU; Army, born l\.Lklscn. who. will be smart during .rtMavT.i
!>fcy a 13 to score O'Neil : t pro Den I Barracks N. Y, 52 .
3 5. was : the tal Arm, born in Moravia., Iowa years age. i i i hours.-
?the winning pitcher and Sue Gr l- 70 l I Frank R. Kent of Ba'umore! ,I 1 IOh.I ," laid the girl tMi was ..
.Ira was leat@d. This time, ( yearsagaJulia D. RaUhfl of New York I political journalist born there, 71 during office hours.A ."
.however. Gnffen will be I years aga.Kate I II
.0 out for M '
ail aila
@ author miter cf the' "Science- !
.,leveitfe and will 'r itch his heart with i I Year Dtfolt born in Huntington I Smith singer: born in I II [ new wallpaper not yet svtti -

out' in.an effort_ to win. Bremmer'or to W. Vs.,*4Syec's ago I Washington D. C.. 38 years ago. i I i i able for hone us*, is said ti i be
O'Neil will be I 1k Albert D Lasker of New '' durable that be
on the J(I Elmer F La den,onetime comi I York so paini tea
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mounds for the Navy boys. 'she, missicner' I philanthropist. born m Germany. :''washed from it with turpealkpe
ths National Football '
A victory for the Dairymen ____ a. 'i' League, : tom; la Davenport-, i 63 year agoNathamel I I without injuring thepapH"- es. .
wall place them in third place.and > is' i _, P, Davis anihassadnr i colors in it.
Iowa, 45 ,
SabRon 4 into fr,4 v i years ago. jto Costs foca born Princeton N.
drop the ,
: cellar I Judge Robert N. W.lkinof I
The"se n4 to ,. J.. 53 years ago Horses have the largest el
same tonight will( i,1 ClevelarrJ Federal: jurist, born mi i I ey *
bring together'Elks Club and the few :. Robert R. Wcsoi of New York all land animals.
i New I i Philadelphia Ohio.
years i
noted .
Kantor' Mm's"Sb p outfit This i in j' manufacturer National Association r "
will bi the fast battle between I i ago.N.lsol A: Crqivfcrd_ editor of of Manufacturers' exec- 1c I of Princeton fame J physteist, an-
these two Class B teams. : utive. born in Ashtabala, Ohic. }I thor cf the official attn .Ub
The Hodsenold To-
i Joe 'Lewis 3 onlheTullfortheElksandRosamfor j [ Lieut. Gen. Joseph) Lawton ; years ago.
[l60 years age140NDAY. D"'I 1
_the Men's Shoppers. A win j j Collins born in New Orleans, 52 r ri

fur Kantors, will place those boysin BABE!?: RUTH SMILES A GREETING to four-year-old Charley Dunsmoer. son of I!|l MAY 3. 1343 I:I years ago.George Willard South i i
first place and the 1 I president -
I second spot. drop Trevor (left), as he arrives at Los Angeles to supervise production of -movie ,of ; (INS) U.S. Senator James E. Murray)1 i of th? New England Mutual : BROADWAYCIGAR

lint which William Bendix (right), will portray the BaC1 ino. Miss Trevor plays i, of Montana born in Ontario I it-fe, Boston born in Woburn)
The underway Uni-
game will get -
Babe's wife. .Canada 72 years ago. i :Mass, 64
r at 7.30 o'clock and the I years ago.
second ..... Benjamin F. Fairies, president J 1, frof Henry De Wolft Srayth'''I STORE
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i i't of U.S. steel. born at Pigeon.Run, I
1 FOUR-TIME WINNERS RECEIVE ROSES !I m Ohio: 58 years ago. I 610 Duval Street '

Cardinals Win 3-11 x = j'i City -j 1:!. Alice MacManon. :actress born 1 BEWARE OF ;. -
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49 ago.
''r . ..' has. years. i
.h k. I I I| Mary Astor, actress, born at PIN.WORf'SJle
From Cubs To CainN.L's ".. t been r Quinsy, Ill., 42 years ago.I . 'Jl -
I" I I Herschcl" V. Johnson, member
.LA .: r Week of May of the U.N. Security Council dip- ', JCaJ,,"Clf reports dWI1na rn.1 sad adults that so are aauiDalia gamset I
Third Place < : H. SCORES
: .,llomat', born in Atlanta, Ga.. 54 I,, riaw.rosWe.teh for the waning.i ieu.CFPccUHr ; \
fi I I SO de- years ago I the craternMior nacrm* rectal iuik. 1 1I -
After -Dtur of Pii>-W na 4j tra> a
Charlotte Carr
/a.eetal N Tb.'Ctttse.r Bayview !, | noted social really effective way to deal with them has POPULAR BRANDS cf :
NEW YORK. May 4.-5t. Louis i worker director of th? Citizens been abbIJawd thronclk JATNE'S P W,

t _I I Cardinals won 3-1 at Sportsman's Mk I IC TONIGHT-First Game I r in Committee on Children New I in tb.the sew laboratorm Fia-Worm.f toiBtnMiit Dr. D Itrnr__ft.Y0w4 Son. Cigars and Cold
Park yesterday afternoon in the II r ; with 1 1 York born in Dsyt-n Ohio, 53 I .TAe wit .asy-t 4ak. f W milts give r;
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tKfaetioa .
. ( r Adams or roar money back bo why
only game played in the major I ar- l years ago.Eugene. takr chance .a Pia-TVoraial U yoa.. .wixct \
{ f Second Game C. PuJham of this" mciy infection.ask yes tinluio& Soft Drinks
_ Indlanap- :
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'f. 4 Men's Shop. for P-W and follow the direetiros
i Jim Hearn Card moundsman. I >,x aY' f______ I I THURSDAYFir.tc. {i.lts. noted newspaper publisher t U'.wwrraeetarP far Pil.W..1 i. "
.;.. ] allowed only seven hits. Stan I -- ; ; --- -- .- - --- -- -- -- ------- --- - -- a.
f -4-1-e. i .
I Musial continued his hitting I .
:i streak by getting two hits out_ of II I Bob's Sport t

: three trips to the plate. : I! Second : ,
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'!: AU other teams were inactive a l I FRIDAY- :
because of postponement or were
-, not scheduled to play. t.7 7w j II I First VFW.Game

S I Results of the only game yesterday r Second Game .

.. : LEAGUE i i Hospital '
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'\ !i Chicago _________m___ 171 I I JUNIOR

If St. Louis m' u_____ -___ 3 8 0 Bayview .
Chambers and Mc- I and : -
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Cullough; Hearn and Rice. I l WEDNESDAY3:45
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:: How\ They Stand c' ..I I._SATURDAY School. : LEA .

f" t ttP Wfrypn w> I, 9:30 Harris A1C OINTMENT'r:I {If
.r Major Baseball Leagues CITATION, with Jockey Eddie Arearo up. receives Kentucky I ; U NS
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AMERICAN Derby wreath cf roses Saturday at Louisville as Trainer Ben j ,

Club- W. L. Pet. JoneS holds bridle. It was the fourth Derby victory for both '. < -
Cleveland _____n__ __ 6 2 .1SO Arearo and Jonas. Other unidentified. j Bayview and
Philadelphia __ ___ ,1'' 5 ..5s3St. -------- - -- -- -- --- ---- j j DAILY-

Louis ________ n 5 4 ,56 J City : ( ( KE
New York ______ 8 5 .545 Box Scores of Sunday's Games !

Datroit, ..-____ 6 7 .462 j!
BC6ton. _ __ 5 6 .455 ..
Washington _.5 1 .41'1 Ras! hall Doubleheader at :Municipal StadiumDue :1 Bayview ,":t. -
Chicago n' ..______ 7 1 .300 to lack cf UT:; end space in the issue of The Citizen yesterday I:
7:30 P.M.
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NATIONAL the afternoon baseball: doubleheader played at Municipal Stadium Sunday I ,\ -a

Cub- w. L. Pct.Pittsburgh I Municipal .
.. _ __ __ a 4 .ii1 ,.-_ FIRST GAME SUNDAY1:30 -- -
New York __ ___ a :5 ..615SL "'' Pirates t I American Legion I P.M.- - -
Louis - -- G 5 oMS PlaYH- An R II PO A : Player- All n II 1'0 ADo

Brooklyn __ m'_ 1 6 .538 J1'Ch. i If _ 3 I I 3 0)I) Pazo, ss .:__ 4 0 0 2 4 j l y, ,
Cincinnati __ 6 8 .429 Albury, 31) __ 5 1 2 0 rAngueira, Ib L:._ 4 0 I 10 II I Uncle
Doston __ 6 a .42'J .4bn Nav.arro. ss 5 O. 1 1 21 t Solomon 31 _ 3 0 0 0 5
Philadelphia _ _ 6 8 .429 Joe Navarro c 4 0 ::1 6 21! lknriquez c 4 0 0 3 1Acevedo .
Chicago --- ---- 5 8 .385 \\b 4 0 0 11 o Valdez cf 3 0 1 I t, .

I LasU 2b-p I 0 0 I I ; Higgenbotham rf 0 0 0 2 0 BERLIN.-(/ ) who !
LEAGUES Torres d' 3 I' 0 0 0 c. Perez rf 2 0 0 2 0 I.best assets a gets squeezed
SOFTBALL I Spell cf 3 0 0 3 O. Griffin If _ _-' 2 0 0 2 0 a marriageable

. Class "A" Ubf't3.! p-2ii. .__ 'h 0 1 2 2 E. Perez If _ __ I 0 0 O'0 these days is
Club W. L. Pet.Bobl j Ingrtham, 2b 3 0 0 4 5 I II United States. -
_. 3 0 1.000Vets Rodriguez, p------- 3 0 0 I :' 0 I America"
Sport Shop 2 1 .687 : I in less than one-tenth of railroad employes They have dictated a paralyzing nfiroad
of Foreign Wars - - - - figure despite strike.
SubRon 4 _.1 4 200Adam Totals.32 3 8 27 ll' Tou1s29 0 2 27 17 I ganda in th of President's Emergency board-refuse to You will be the victim!

sir l ___ -- 01 .000 :..:Score by innings: .. R. H. 1.: press which How leng will the American paUIe staad .

Class B" Pirates __ _ _ ._. __.____._ -____.:.... 200' 000 01C-3 8 2 I America as own terms-threaten to paralyze nation by strike! for the undemocratic arbitrary, and abeairo. .
Club'V.. L. Pct. Anerican Legion __ n __. ____ n_ _mom 000 000 000-0 2 2 listic. use of the right to strike and the t....... _
of the
Da Club ..-. .. 1 01000 Errors. John Navarro Ubieta. Solomon. Henriquez; runs batted ." Perhaps the oad unions. rep the case The railroads: hare accepted these How long obligation ran the to American pnvidc InainarliUM peep.. peimi!
of all railroad recommendations.Who's.
Kaator )I.n'. Shop 1 0 1.000 in:' Acevooo. Ubieta: two-base hit: Albury; stolen bases: John Na- I the "good strike that a few dictatorial union leaders to defy to
the flow of
Naval' Hospital 0 1 .000 vane 2. Joe Navarro. Torres: sacrifice hit: Higgeobotham; left on to blame processes provided for peaceful settleawat
Driftwood Club 0 1 .000()()( bases Pirates 10. American Legion 4 double plays: Solomon to An- packages. S of disputes'Force
: ; rate of about a 15 Vz cents Although they deplored so large an extra cost seldom produces settlements that are
SOFTBAL Valdez to Ingraham Solomon to Ingraham to I to Novem- burden the railroads the of
JUNIOR guelra' to Henriquez. : exclusive of accepted report either fair or lasting. Mre.vrr. a p.tac b
Club- W. I.. Angueii'a:. struck cut: by Ubieta 4. by Ll5tres 2, by Rodriguez 2; I CARE food recommended the Board because they felt it was in the public often reached when personal interests rust
1 1 in 6 Board appointed interest to uphold the spirit and:I intent of be held subordinate to the
off Ubieta greater
Harris School .. - basH on balls: off Ubieta 1. off Rodriguez 8: hits: sands of tons yniBc
I the Railway Labor Act. welfare. That is why the railroads hay
Division Street School _. 4 2 innings. off 1.3stres I In 3 innings; wild pitch: Rodriguez; passed chased with already has been In contrast this small group of railroad cepted the Emergency Board ren....inrftions. M_*
Poinciana School .. - 0 5 ball: nriquez: losing pitcher: Rodriguez; winning pitcher: Ubieta; I, tish tax UI ons. But union leaders are attempting to flout the ( That is also why the leaden *f these
umpires: : Alb ry and \"ll1.-eal; scorer Castaneda: time of game: 2.11. I Recently the Engineers intent and spirit of the Railway Labor Act three unions should reconsider their a'tThUa
GAME : appeared in ID Firemen and and dictate their own terms. to call a paralyzing strike.
Union of
Ex-Cowboy vertisements. :
American Legion Pirates what more than

Saves Play3i_ All R 11 PO A 1 Player- An R H PO A I assets women list"have : get have more accepted.! Compare these wages with what you make IN1..,,.. ,_*
DogGREAT pazo n. 4 2 1 I 3 Domenech, 3b-p -- 3 2 0 1 1 United States.* I WMCI e
1131 Irnan WT Iftutt tamm llniiiTLl '
lb 4 1 1 7 0 Garcia If --- -- 3 0 2 1 0 discussion .. .. ...
Angueir Here of Tm If tmt]"* tool| tan" i tamp s, *" g Iar1
FALLS. Mont.-Seeinga Solomon 3b .. 4 0 3 0 3 John Navarro, ss-cf 2 0 1 2 1 United by these is a annual comparison earnings ENGINEERS

collie dog caught in the current: Ifenriquez e 20 I 2 I Joe Navarro, c. 3 0 0 3 1 reached a low increase wares average of engineers and firemen Road Freight ..........$3.966 $6.152 M.7acjtm
of the Missouri River. Patrolman Valdez cf 3 0 1 2 0 Acevedo Ib ____ ---- 3 0 0 8 0 of gold in 1864 by the for 1J39 fp -war) and ........
Jack Peterson hurried to a near- rf 1 0 0 0 0 Lastres p-3b ._- 2 0 I 1 3 rs want more- 1947 Also shown is what Road Passenger 3,632 5.391 .
C. Perez 1878. Reed
par in Freight Through) 3,147 4.62 ...
by store .got a lariat and tossed I Griffin rf. 1 0 0 0 0 Torres d-ss um 3. 0 0 3 1 put into effect 1341 earnings would have Yard ..................... 2.749 4.07..J40'n
a loop expertly over the head of rf I 0 0 0 0 Rodriguez rf __.3 0 0 I 0 :I It for. including been if the lira arts per FIREMEN I
Higgenbotham is be denied offered
hour by
the struggling animal bringing E. Perez U.---_ 3 0 0 7 0 Ubieta 2b _n_ .. WU 3 0 0 I 3 i i, ages four that certain rules the railroads increase and rejected' Road
1 t him safely to,shore. Ingraham,. 2b _ __ 3 0 0 2 O. I the: North be with the union leaders had Road Passenger ......... 2732 4.5<< 5.175
Peterson i is an -cowboy. 3 0 0 0 I (I covered i that the Board teen m effect throughout Road Freight------------' 2,069 '' 3.40 a.a14 .
p- l I union leaders the entire year 1347 Yard .._..v............. 1.962 3.158 >4aai
Steals Big Bus j ;ota 29 3 7 2 S Tota1s- -s 24 2i 10 i The Caspian upon these Railroad wages computed from Interstate Commerce Commission Statement MOM I

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Score by innings: j of the ocean.

PHILADELPHIA. PaA man.I American Legion u .:W__ _____ 101 010 0-3 7 4 'luted that its not justified -

kWnliftd himself as a relit PIrates ___ ___.- ___ --- --_ 100 000" 1-2 4 3. than a third among the high-
why Solomon Henriquez Ingraham John Navarro 2. as figure:
l. driver. appeared at a garage Errors: Paso,
here sad drove away with a Ubieta; runs batted in: Solomon 2; two-bas': hit: John Navarro: stil STOP threat than doesnt othei -- . .t.J .
bw be- left on bases: American Legion 7, Pirates =
Uight red.' 3t-paseter: en bases: Pazo. ; p : .
It.nainc0 the Red Star Motor .atruck; out: by Lastre 3. by Ogden 2; bases on balls: _off Ogden I means provided I . _.0 - -
Coach 1M. 6'off Lastres 2, hits: off Lastres 3 in 4 innings off Domenech 4 in Xnjor the the pubic! inter-
The theft went unnoticed unhlthe innings; wild pitches Ogden 2. Lastres; losing pitcher Lastres; tent while Board
driver who bad brought the umpires: Villareal d Albury; corer Castaneda aid in 33 days, made, W* are paMishws: this and other advertisements to talk: with you at
tut twin Salisbury. Md.. appeared winning pitcher: Ogden; I GRAY'S' all the facts in flit trod about, UM.IUH o v.tith ki e i&jporuiu to everybody.Mr. .
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Total 182,045] 1 The !
OBSERVATIONSOF Elected) President Of
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FOOL : ... .. OM to CariaainAn ,
A totaled $182,045..City Build : U--- L

ing Inspector Errol V. Sawyer reported I I American Legion *i..M t PMMSMI. eight ...... ,

I >By BILL LEE today to City Manager.I Chapter-IS I The sarcasm in her voice, held As they heard the car begin the Auxiliary auafttrr mm .Urn. a* taw l' !*'
,._ Ralph D. Spalding. 'i SOPHIE asked Johanson to eat little meaning for the others but long ascent to the mamroad. MMral HMpttal .. Mn. Cards*

The biggest permit issued last.!,! breakfast with them, and he 'I Vince hadn't knew deceived what her it implied she -ifh Johanson turned to Vince. "All GRETNA McCLAIN VOTED -*t Caruaiw. wsuttf O..r@r L c. -

e Capt. Cecil C AdelL USN. month was for construction accepted: 'with alacrity, evidently 'I would have confided in him never as right Bonnay, let's have it" .... iMll. l_ iltWle

commander of Key West Naval,of a pier and breakwater: by the I feeling no qualms about usurping she,had on the raft."Vinc'vtddeded. parried"Where to are the othersVance his thoughts. IN AS JUNIOR VICEPRESIDENT I Kitcanis; Meeting The IMlr cart fca* ..... -.a
Bate apparently knows what it county for the beach off Reynolds Mannley's; place at the Jh adof_ !: -I took it for .. "That Donavan couple Dukane J_ @alssaTwi
means on a bot day to stand for' and White streets at a cost the table. Even though his pres- granted Mr., Mannley told you. anel.Palmerhaveadtled down to IN FOR.MAI.INSTALlAT10N Thursday Night
some lime at attention. of 80000. I ence: was a reminder'that the about me." some heavy reading in.the living- .s M Neeaa

Anyway, the other day the enlisted -, Next biggest permit was taken I[ house was 'under guard his As Whitey Johanson looked :room.-Madam Deveraux 'went for i A meeting of the K,..... Club, A Jeer .-M .... ...... .....
civilian walk
and a with Warner. 'hope be
men officers out by the Texas Company for a I I| friendliness..and interesting con- from' one to other a muscle Jeer rrw
emr>lo>. of the base were all on I service station at Duval and Division -j. versation took the minds,of tftose twgchedL.a> tate_corner of his has sense,.enough not to ef in; Formal installation of Arthur which was origihaHy sefcwhifcdfor . a _pw.d airflow tmiu
hand for the presentation of the! '' I present off the.murder. mouth.. His eyes were amused. front of her.- .. tonight has been pwtpened wuaR . M i Ili U K.
cost of ,$25- American Auxili-
streets at a Sawyer Legion
i : HM-.& ffasvttal to tike lilt.ffcltoa. .
: Vines wondered exploding this "Aren't7on maligning tnV
award to the Submarine Julia stared at raptly as until Thursday night at *Ji
safety officers and enlisted' 000.Only I I though she understood his tech- particular little bombshell hadn't gal?" Vince chuckled. ;' ary officers were held Saturday o'clock in Delmonico Reetawaat.according wife HOT M Miln.KTMKI.
Base The to attention' seven new homes are II' meal descriptions: of baits spinners been-deljberate. : "'No, and I'm not 'making, the night at the American Legion MOV lulu* _. The
men were snapped called for in the permits issued. : to Prcwdeet James little ...... .
and and gaffs. Vince was sure it '' ih'ia mistake of underestimating her Home on' Stock Island. Mrs. J. sets taw ...!.< **
as the Naval dignitaries was pretense. T i : .."a" thunderous gray Calloway.The san Alice ... ..... ......
officials. stepped to the grand-I' Rank "Uncle Sim had quite a. collection wall of it, descended in torrential Johanson was.-studyinghim V. Trent. Tenth District President meeting was, cancelled because .
stand. Page in his tackle box -in the < streams all morning but carefully lids narrowed.- "Look officiated with Mrs. M. C. of the election today. 1 I S shtesih: we The t Mss*.
The officers( and enlisted men boat 'house, Mr. Johanson, per- 'I after lunch it began to let up and 'here Bonnay. I thought these Merrifield Tenth District Secretary - __ -4. __ _
still stood at attention as the On Seven Men By haps you'd like to look them !Johanson gave Sophie his permission people were all strangers to you. acting SergeantatArms.Officers .
to into town to make
civilian safety engineer read the over?" she 'suggested. go Haven't you a rather misplacedsense installed to serve their -
I and I Johanson shot her one of his the funeral arrangements. She of \ Sun Storm !
preliminary announcements Knights PythittsA rare smiles. "In ,your company I was to be accompanied by Julia loyalty Auxiliary for the coming year 1
then Introduced Capt. Adell. The i that would be a pleasure Miss Bissett and the police. "Not towards them. Towards were; Mrs. Tessie Crews Wimne- ALL9'AWN1NGSWhen i
captain rose! to his full height II, very interesting and largely Mannley." I Bates was obvlQusly,resentful Hugh" Mannley,-he does that to nauer. President; Miss Gretna I '
and then said into the microphones attended meeting of Kev West -Call me Julia 'of his assignment. He came into you. McClain. Junior Past President: \ i
No. 163 Knights of Pyth "Julia-I'll take a: rain check the hall shaking drops ,from his I "Did you say Hugh Mannley?* Mrs. Claudia Watler, First Vice. iI
; TAt ease." i Lodge though business before pleasure slicker: "The car's out front if Johanson's blond eyebrows rose. President: Mrs. George Sikes,I I
Then he went on with his ad- ias was held on Friday evening. His mile vanished."It! ,will be I someone will tell the old dame. ,' Vince told him then and when 'Second Vice-President, Mrs. Dor- OPENi' A Duftnctfre .....,
call it.j Chief feature of the sessionwas necessary to fingerprint. everyone. i He looked around for Luki. he finished the investigator's expression VII' When CLOSED fl* A
drts A nf'IItrt1'f"+ we othy Daniels. Secretary; Mrs. Perfect Storm Sir
of the: Rankof
the conferring I'm "afraidl""Are : I Tnv Vince Til was bleak.So they'reall
going said
., .. up
Page on a class: consisting of : ,we la be- treated like tell,her." in on this together," he mut- : olet Myers. Treasurer; Mrs. Josephine ]t OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET: MCTAL
It might be a good idea forhouseholders I Daniel A. RusselL Vincent Gian- creemenals Sonia. demanded ,, tered and stood up. "I want to see Piodella, Chaplain; Histor- GUARANTEED WILL HOT RUST OR aeT'
t and others in the Albert M. Michaels. Alfred plaintively. . "When I you to come talk down.with Bon- that room Bonnay." ian. Sergeant-at-Arms and Assis- : Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Caote of c-.., 1
trsio. want; you.-
that the city policemen : "Only because someone'around : installed' Monogram or Design
city to >know B. Hugh's door was locked as they tant Sergeant-at-Arms.: l
Gaston Brown. reminded.'N'iece' !
A. Stravlme. Simple to
I can't arrest anyone i S. here is a criminaL you have had expected but Johanson pro- by proxy. Executive Committee. j Operate FHA Terms Model *aLEE Demast1IeIrutalledLr *
Plummer and Preston nodded but his heart
;burglarizing a house or R. E. nothing hide>then answering a duced a skeleton key and they I Mrs. George Archer. Mrs. AdoI 61. GREENE Sf.
causal I .
sank the
during morn-
few.-questions not BROS.
Nonemakcr. should
be.di- inside. There
was no occupant :- I
Sands. Mrs. Shirley Vos- !
store. of one had anna PRONE
Melvin M. Ing'session: quizzing no 4
I Supreme-Secretary. ,
the policeman can do is call ; mehUoned and Johanson berg :
sarcastic : Hugh Phone
-The tone-.h#d' crept lor FREE: EdIJaat.
Minn, act ; "
the sheriff' office. The city po Ewen of Minneapolis;, back in :i:Job .nsoQ't licemen' can only arrest for vaSrMXy -I ed as Prelate 'during''' the con the.]*';were: ,.all:-sitent fa'asnoi He:mounted the stairs:Soft footstepi& I demanded. !joint installation a buffet supper Ii j .
or trespassing both misdemeanors. ferring of the"-rank. In obligat* menV "tlie n' Dr, ..Palmer'sten reedy. werei/coming along the up- Vince swallowed." "It' is and .itisn.t. i was served by the Auxiliary -- !
They must turn any-: log the new',memtcrs.; Mr.Ewen erf-broke the'stillnes*.". u penhalL Jjukihad. way of walking Johanson. members. to members and guest I
used the same Bible employed by "Mr.-Johanson, isn't impossible' that 'was often startling, if "Look here Bonnay. if this Is t "What is Good for
robbing. a building: enjoyable My Community
one caught t'' idea of concluded by an even-I
H, Rathbonc obligating: that some stranger entered :the pne; dldn know he. was: near, your a practical joke--!
to the county. Justus almost collided The in his of dancing. is Good for
over ,'room, was overheard by now Vince with anger voice brought ing I
There Is nothing: in the ordinances the first five members of Washington fame and stabbed him.when he. him Th /y'both' stopped as quick Vince much needed relief for 'it
covering housebreaking i Lodge: No. 1 on Febru- started :to investigate?" feminine. heels,, came'along the was a damnable thing, this room. The proposed inter-ocean canal ;!
That ,is covered exclusively by ary 19. 1864.Several ."'Poss ble. but, not probable, in servant's wing. Sophie's face was Gone was the spool bed he had across Nicaragua which has long: Me"w
state laws enforced bv the'county., visiting members gave fact we have: evidence to the con. white and strained above her seen yesterday in it's place an been under discussion would i
'> .*. short talks.followed by a masterly trary. I may say I feel,very fortunate black silk dress,,. her, eye purple- antique love seat reigned. The New
J" shorten the sea route from j
that Commander ,Bonnay,u shadowed. cage of mice, the boy's books the > .
Wilmington Delaware man i address by Supreme Secretary here to advise "me.-h e's' had "Luki.; that shutter outside your mechanical toys had disappeared 'York to San Francisco by 400 I
writes Vi that he had just been Ewin. more experience With this type. window clattered in the wind all and were succeeded by plain miles. :
informed by the Navy department I All present stood and renewed of case,than'I last night; I just discovered it is straight-backed chairs and a sedate I lAM
of the death of his brother, their obligation to work for the Eight pair of,eyes became instantly -, loose. Please see that it is fixed kidney desk. Only the mas The Sahara Desert is about the' PROUD OF

an ,enlisted man who had been welfare of .the order and for the hostile. but it 'was Julia she said. sive wardrobe remained.It size of Europe.PROTECT. MY
abt ard the USS Mmdoro. an aircraft elevation mankind in an effortto who voiced the sudden 'antagoD-, The Hawaiian nodded and was exactly the sort of set- SAFETY.ANDOVllllSY
moved past them; Vince gave, her ting one might expect to find as
tether which was on dutyin bring about peace and goodwill ism"Commander..Bonny a detective :-. the message. the private sitting room of Miss ( REtORD

Key West waters. among all men: !, This t, a surprise!. You've Sophie paused reached for the Sophie Mannley. Vince swore YOUR
"My brother died as result of an Among those coming' here for conducted: your little masqueradevery newel post. Thank you. Commander softly.

airplane tf1bh; at sea April 25" the meeting were: Chief Supreme : ,.well, Congratulations!" I'll be right down." I (Te be continued) HOME I .6 ..
this man writes. "According: to Tribune,E. E. McDaniel of Lakeland -- --- .-. ,'IRYJa
my brother's last letter his ship ; Supreme Secretary M. M. # "tL -

was headed for maneuvers off Ewen of Minneapolis Minn.;?'District LATE BULLETINS .J."?I LOU SUILElWliicb' ) Y To Wtmm !tl ,_--WITH---..., -... !l
the, Florida coast If your 'paper Deputy Imperial Prince Mel- (Continued i From' tage' One) l '
carries would :you a story please on send this it incident.to me?" vin Vice H.Chancellor Sweat of W.Tampa R. Daniel: Grand of :Tow Dewey was' still' actively | Application fur nidrriapc licenses (\f. ?f .t )I The Next Time \nu (nt
AH we can send him' is-noth- Tampa; Grand Secretary F, .C campaigning ba.hie behalf against The manager had born: 1 giving I were filed yesterday in atier teas '

(n:. Nothing was known of the Fiedemann of Tampa: Past Grand Stases Dewey is keeping" ug, a his new. secretary her i instiuc-I I the office of County Judge Raymond '-- RIDE THE BUS

accident: here. Nothing: is being Chancellor E.- R. Dickerson of vigorous pace' before the ;i. tioD.'I.o.An said about, the 'accident at the Deputy ia this* i wcrck 53. and Dorothy G. Slerp- for CONVENIENCE and ECONOMY
Tampa; Past District mary ,late. .<,r, thing more. Miss Jones he said. Beach
I 35. both of Del Ray
I Navy bat*.. Mack dowser : I mons.
Grand Chancellor ----- "There are two words I don'twant
and by Oren M Barrs. 28 of WI-ritK.: .IIHUE: TO SERVE -
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of Orlando and Past District Dep- ANOTHER' to hear you use in tins r
Key West saloonmen- have the uty Grand Chancellor. Co:A. Ray- .JERUSACEKr: _Tae, Jews are fiee.i One is 'swell', the otheris f1l'j t South Miami and Vivien Louis F. Flowers S.- TilE FAMILY
21. of Miami :by
Jitters. mond of Miami. cJeimlng':to have'scored another ""Iousy.** <, BUS FARES
I ; 26 of the U.S. and When all
Ralph D. Ege. Navy you're out together
When City Manager the of in :
Main credit for success important victory the captureof "Certainly,'sir, answered Miss
all I Lorrain J. Kelkenbcrg, 18, of 808 sbo ping or baring fun when
told that ;
Spalding recently this meeting was doe to the efforts ,, .a stronghold, :which is only Jones. -Which are the two i LET US HELP YOU Downtown Buses
P. Grizzle Dad's his
Judd work
i street by on to and 5c
saloons : way
state laws covering were McDaniel l in bring- four[ miles from :
I of E. E. a large airport. words? Routes 2 94 3
to be enforced little attentionwas Jerusalem ; Jr.. 20. and Carolie Schradcr. YOURPAINTINC PROBLEMS Mother's going to visit Friends:
paid the notice I If ing of the'supreme- secretary' itself was quiet last 23 both of 14-D Porter Place. when the children arc off for -

Then the police arrested three I here.During visitors night though some' gunfire has Nine air crew members escaped ,'and by Hugh L. Golden. 20. of school-our lines serve tIM family Poiactana.. I
the 'day the developed ia the morning without injury. The and lie
I Jien and a woman. Three were The'fish Naples and Wanda L. Oliphant. \ ,Home Appliance safely and courteously. Naval HospitalCity
went on a fishing trip. its crew were shortly to leave for
charged with selling to minors 17, of Tavernier. -
caught were.shipped to Miami WANT TO FIGHT J their home base in Smoky HilL i i 1
taken into custody
one was 6 and where the'visitors Were entertained CALCUTTA. IndianMoslemsia Kans. I I Read the Classified Ads in The Company West Transit Co. I Inc Hospital .
between Key
for selling liquor with a fish dinner: at the homeof the newly-created state of Pakistan -I ______ !Citizen. I: Stock Island aactI5c I

: tp.m.Yesterday we went around to .G A. Raymond who caught are demonstrating for war'- "ONE LAST ATTEMPT"WASHINGTONFrank i'i; PHONE 11 J J. W. Sellers. Manager Boca Chka

the most fish. with the Palestine Jews. They tan Douglass : West Phone IUd 2'
saloon a little before noon to Neon 60S Simonton Key
asking for aid to the Arabs, i United States government ALBURY and SON
geva cup of coffee when we were Service
met by the operator of the place. mediator. Is making one last attempt ': We Specialize in AU t
ONE AIRMAN KILLED to ward off a threatenedrailroad i IIOfiE
r "You cant come in yet Wait Temperatures ,BERLIN I I Kinds of Neon Signs -
A B-23 crashed strike bv attemotino to
until 12 noun. The cops will get and Lighting Stripping 6-I8-M
out.- A.M..'EAT. shortly after taking off from a bring members of three brother- .
I me if I don't watch '130 \ 1'e.awe./iwa \\ilhmf \
( into another c.rm&A'airport killing an airman hood unions and employers to h... "r..1 .'mttrrrmKI
Then we" went '
I !' -; l % and !"%' U'ii; ,M.
It had been and injuring two others. compromise their differences. i r _
t plan l on Saturday.
raided two or three weeks ago Atlanta Station- 64 ----- My Fate is in Your Hands

l and two slot machines were seiz- !I
Birmingham: . 72
ed. The proprietor said to us:
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Boston _. ._ . 53 .
Thoe machines they destroyed -
Buffalo .. :. _. ,. __ 44
They' were were not taken seized from in my the place.rear Charleston __ .-__ __ _.__. 66 wIinr11T'r To produce BUDWEISER takes months

if this building yes. but not inhere Chicago ... u____ 47 -and yet it's a matter of minutes. Our t

Christi _ ._.__ 77 '
: so make that correction Corpus process requires perfect hour-and-minute ,
. .. _ . 41
wilt you? I lease the rear room
and I don't know! what, goes on I Ft. Worth _. ._ h._ .h_ 56 acts clothes 1 CLEAN I IFor timing. Barley must sprout just so long- ,

In there. I Galveston .. '__.._ _._._ 76 and no longer. The clock has the final

O. yea? Jacksonville .. . 71 say-so on mashing, boiling, fermenting and

Kansas City ___- __ ._._.____. 51 pasteurizing. So, wherever you go in the ''
KEY WEST ._ .. tO -
The City Commission; met informally -
\ the other day. The commissioners Key West Airport _,' _._ .. 10 : home of BUDWEISER, you're face-to- '

talked about clot machines Los Angeles __.. ..._ _..._ .. 59 face with a clock. And, when you open a y ,c

the police department the Louisville! _._ ___,_._.__ 53 ilttm \ bottle of BUDWEISER, you're face-to- n '
rtally washing
proposal to make a trailer park Miami n n. . . _n". .._ .. _. 74
face with that sort of and
the General Electric Washer enjoyment
out along Roosevelt! boulevard Memphis _. u ._ h 61 \ I ,
and several other matters. New Orleans __n ___.___._ 75 = has a rcpuutio due cant' :. satisfaction that only the most expensive A

f A city official was asked what New York. _. .. __ ._..u._ 52 :r. be beat! And this improved == brewing process known can produce. -

I was" done at the meeting. lie looked Norfolk __. _____..__.._ 58 \ G-E Washer is i built for just = =_

at us ,quietly for a minute. Oklahoma City . n_ 48 \ one thing . "quick-clue: .crnlhl@nHTlIC ==::;

I then said: Pensacola - - ._. .. 76 1: \ washing ever) lima =

'Nothing"Ain't Roanoke . . .. ._ 50 t, See for yourself bow the i. THIS
I that somethm. St. Louis _ 55 timc-teiled "three-zone" .1 rES-

San Antonio __ u .. . 63 Acthator* chases out hard-to-remo e din . .let i is DRINKBudweiser Z !
Fishing villages on the I shores San Francisco . __ 53 I _
.h gentle with the finest fabrics. Sec bow onvenieat i it I
of the Caspian Sea! in 1C23 were Tallahassee 7t :;:=: ;

trn<< miles Inland 30 'years later{Tampa ___.. ... u __ __. __ _ 71 is to haw a One-Control wringer thai Gives the correct _@ : atJs-, ;
all the tune. See that first snow-white wash-
due to the silting up of the sea. | Washington _._ . _ 55 pressure I Because of !
''' f
- --- 'and etery one from then our' and j-ou'll bless the day = our great expansion ,
---- *
e .. you bought G-E. I _== program, more '

t ; IA'E ft CUSS OF Come in and let us show you the only washer that On lh. sixth -.y Budweiser+ is available BOW

1 has the G-E Actuator, the One-Control fringe, and 514975 l' try I* drink a Demand it wherever you ...

'',v.ti.it: v-j...".. a Pennadme: Mechanism (.only four moving parts!) ?_ 'w.., .bart

I I t- . > : I For quiet operation long dependable service, and I a

: ,13 't I tttlly tit** wishing, the improved Qeneral ElectrU Tuned to Regulate You'll want the

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:, Only Authorised General Electric 'erm0P Plying

Major Appliance Dealer in Key WestJulian +tflyfubrl
S elmlfoah1nr, called Gng -I I TASTES LIKE BUDWEISER
J Store :
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