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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: January 1, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL.:., LXIX. No. '1 KEY WEST, FLORIDA. THURSDAY JANUARY 1, 1948 I PRICE FIVE CEN1








I $$1,150,914 BUILDING PERMITS I IN 1947







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Jaycees'Lighting 'I -''.. '. 1946 Record :

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.. QUIET TODAY! '"Y.:.,,:"' '" ':,-. .' :MANY MOTELS, APARTMENTS

.Contest .
: ] '1'1.: :tIT..I'.tIT.I#t COMMERCIALBUILDINGS
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)#Blowing Of Horns, Sounding << t

-ANDIATED DISPLAY OF -t dO' 1 I ." 1 New i l1u1lClger BUILT IN ..

Of Ben: Strolling! .::
SANTA AND HIS REIN. -2. MIHAI ABDICATES- I IT Marines Give ., 'J + To Bur A t Desk 1947 1'

Band Feature Celebration i .
RULED BEST IN t Building nermits issued last
DEER B y 9 A.M. Friday tI
Chinese Youth : 1 r-- 1 I year by the City's Building Department -

CITY / ; City Manager Ralph D. I ISp"loIin totaled 1150914. the

: ire Everything was peaceful in will be .! his office greatest total ever issued in the
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.The Junior Ch tuber of Com- x Wart It the
Key today. was ex- history of Key WestIn
tomor-
Football r in City Hall by 9 a.m.
merce Christmas Lighting Con r Tips of what ,U I last i
act reverse was
iE t t1N tt { row, today I. making this announcement:
test, ,with cash prizes night when the city went "wild isn't anything today Building Inspector Errol

I' ing, to $250.00 amount-I !"INV ADED" SHANGHAI AND 1 bidding adieux to the old year I to i .- the new city v. Sawyer also said that the
the Key West Coca- and greeting 1948. hfe.id I
I I mans tling company, came to a close ,,, EASILY DEFEATED CHINA Horns whuUcs sirens and j Y thing new to roe." the previous high record of
December 30th when the judges w a other noise making device, were selection as the ; $506,112 permits issued in 1945

announced the results of their I ALL STARS BY SCORE- OFI. blown wildly for upwards: of au j the city is only a In August 1947, permits alone

decisions. 45-TOO !hour after midnight. Bells were s day ormad so old and I have totaled $176,620, to top the .

Grand prize of $100. was ,' t 1 rung, automobiles filled with, I ; *'s; study of the job. monthly totals last: year. In October -
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/B. -rue A..wtm FTt -I donut! know what is comma :
1207 :
awarded.to Peter T. Knight, ; madly-dimng persons roamedthe { the pentJts issued were
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SHANGHAI Jan. 1 United
Watson street for his animated 'sa I streets with their klaxtons f it. before me. only slightly behind the July record ,
of Santa and his reindeer States Marines "invaded" China t Men'ser Spalding took
display wide open. i tY when $174.318 of permits
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HM1 two Itt a
stets
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; with lighting. effects as abackground. again today. With all the noise neither he 1 when oust! intq the building i: were given to property ownersor :

The invasion, which occurredin Police Department the t -Ij l : contractors
:I r' -I City nor ( __ t ta' yesterday to see Acting City I IM'iDa7Pr
Second prize of $50) ,was this city, demonstrated to sheriffs office expel fenced any! tEl Edwin: Trn,,:. :: The biggest single permit issued -
awarded to M. J. Horne, 3071 Chinese youths who -.; t
thought difficulty maintaining ord;r J I last year was for the construction : -
Sefdenberg avenue, for his snowman t they were something of *'top_" Only two men /Were arrested. I AP Wirephott "'II, '''''A of the addition to the

and bockground lighting. ; s / as football players,, ,that they during the night by the police HENRY A. WALLACE (seated! ). former vice president and cab ---T Kres: store at Duval and Flem-

Third prize of $25:)was awarded I really know little about the The police had the assistance i inet membcr. looks over the text of his speech in Chicago shortIT : ing strets. The second largest

to Alexander Torbitt Jr;1270 -- ;- game of a large group of Shore Policeof before he (made a radio broadcast of his announcement that Ratio, 11 ing i Of permit issued last year was to

Fifth street! for his Santa Claus II '(AP Wlrephoto) t I A team of Marines played the the U. S. Navy. There were he,will be an independent candidate for penident on a platform Max Cohen who built hotel

reindeer erected on the rooftop .. 1 China All Stars and defeated plenty of sailors in the city, but ad..xatingpeace and prosperity." With him is Robert Kenny rooms in Sunonton street;
KING MIHAI I of Romania '
,. and his: background them by a 45 to 0 score. the shore patrol had no trouble of' Los Angeles chairman of the Progressive. !! Citizens of Meats Favored The Kress addition pernut was
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hit effect In addition to} light-I (above) abdicated Tuesday after i A 19-year-otd yputh, Harold keping order among them. I America. for 100000. while Cohen's was .
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play. Torbitt had a loud >broadcasting- a -proclamationthat Craig, starred for the Marines.He All night long a colored band t'i for $56,000. ;
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system I hook-up, placing different II I he was leaving.the- throne I made three touchdowns and which consisted mostly of a loud $mall .I Other large construction jeqi i
Chijutmas carols.. I blowing slide trombone, walked By Group[ undertaken last year far wbitla. '-
inline! interest of -the p ople. was on the throwing end of two JEWS ABOARD SIIIPS I .

..Fourth prize, of $15;was givento The,.ea4inetihnmediateli i _.declared --,.forward parses. jtiutjcesulted m.1 about the streets playing various building permits were issued, y

E. V. Kimman."Z7O Staplesavenue Romania i ,"popylarDemocratir two touchdowns 1.. tunes.How ONE Ol' REPUBLICAN, GROUP J were as follows-. .- : __. .- ,
,Kinsman's diSplay consisted : republic.? ?"' i" Dry -''I Am" was being I i.. .Mrs. Margarita 2ditt self,''vHri" ""'" -

of a sailor in a hammock .. ._:. played at 6'-a. "m. thus; morning SHOW NO RESISTANCE SAYSi CHICAGO PACKER I is building a motel in Simonton
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asleep.tinr'Ybr gant5vClaus : DepartmenrOfCommerce at Olivia street' and Windsor OFI street between United and South
FAVOR
I ARE NOT IN
l to Arrive, with a Santa in the Ialhii: Still' : i: 'I'Ir lane I : A large group of colored Twehe To 15' Hundred I streets. $35,300
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background carrying a package Weeds children: made merry around thesmall I PROPpSED MOVE R. Schnedier, hotel. Division

ito? of gifts and lighting effect* used I band. Shortly after that 1 ; and Margaret strets, $35,099
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In Bucharest Sent To C Jew-hh tillers Race For Governor 18. rrkr \ *-l lrrf Pre
as a background. ,h r ) Officers I the whole group retired to their. .>pru ; WASHINGTON. Jan. .1sA: I| Jack Deitscn, motel Simonton
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'Sue $10 prizes were' awarded i i.I (BrThe .%.._i.'''. Prt'.., I Deck bed Underground Raid Aral small gtoup of Republic;;.today street between United and

.to the following people for'I! BUCHAREST Jan:' .1-Abdic&ted Watch Night services were .. advocated the ration :n "o!: i South, street;, $33.400.
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( The Coast and Geodetic Survey held in the majority of Key at RaymondR Lord apartments .
their Christmas lighting displays King Mahai of Romania.his "iI.la!s Killing Six? meats in the United States this I
which were chosen in the order U. S. Department of Commerce : West's churches ending at midnight South and Elizabeth streets $25-
'mother and 58 memberc ofhis
when the .B1'TD.' %.*"?.-tril PrO yearOne .
,needs deck officers and congregations .f00.I
listed: I of them said that, two
who had
entourage; expected

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Edward. Gardner, 41 j Grinned to leave, here yesterdayIor: : successful applicants are assuredof :; made merry also. Two day;: ago, he had discussed that I A. and B. Fish Company tom'h
918 Fleming an interesting work in the The restaurants and cafej ships carrying from 1 12 to 15 subject with Chicago packers, nvrcial building at the foot of
Delmar Butler Switzerland, have been delayedby I xt I
service of Uncle Sam. The were crowded with merrymak- hundred Jews, r Front street $25.000 }
street; Hasting Adams; 2703: unexpected developments. jobs who were living but that they did not agree with

Staples avenue; Mrs. N. L. Osier: Discussions of financial Ques- pay a starting salary of-$2820:: a ers.. There were a large number to enter Palestine illegally, were y Sr him. They stated that rationing' I M. A. Bonamy, apartment,
I of family parties!: and small South and Simonton streets, {
houdt, 520 Grinnell street; Mrs. I 1 turns with officials of the Com- year. {intercepted today by British would s*>> cut down prices, farmers -

Tuiman 84-2 Poinciana, ahd munut-dominated government The requirement include I I groups all laughing and blowing'I'wan,hip;,. wou d have but little incentive -; $24000

Mrs. Harry R. Saunders 913 kept Mahail here in Bucharest completion of a four-:}ear course .I horns and wearing paper haUand The for continued high productIOn. -I T. Luther Pinder, cottages
transports were sailing under -
other decorative United and Simonton street,
Washington.The longer than he had intended to leading to a bachelors degree in pieces. I I .
The police later reported that the Panama flag. Not the $20.500
contest had stay. Latest information is he engineering subjects in a college The speaker further said that
in the ,
judges I'I 14 parking meters, every one least resistance was encountered Peter E. tenoz. garage Duval
difficulty in picking the will leave tomorrow for Switzerland : or university of recognized I > the government could take care I
some from Eaton to Caroline street in by the British when I and Catherine streets. $14,999.
unanimous in standing, good physical I they stopped of such a condition by fixing the
winners and were I health sight and hearing. Duval street, were smashed:; It I he hips lo put British sailors on price of meat on a scale that I H. Ramos filling station and

their rontesL praise of persons homes entering addition cants must be at least :5 APPIi-1 I looked as though the culprits board to steer the transport; to would lie satisfactory to farmers. i garage White and Division ;

the Many in attractively I I inches tall and used a hammer or some such I the Inland of Cyprus to intern the A spokesman for the General I street 13000.

to those entering could were not- Temperatures be given to those between 20 I I heavy instrument to break the Jews. s Food Company said that a reces- i W. C. Sweeting filling station,

lighted but and 26 years old. composition glasses police said. The British command remark sion is likely to occur this year and garage, Greene and Ann
of
be considered because entry I I ed that it was the first lime since due chiefly to housewives mak- streets, $12,000.
l' requirement 730 A.M.. E.S.T. Holders of the jobs! will be t I
I ships, with Jews on board have L. McFarlane, cottages. Front
calledupon to make polyconic'Sixteen 'Bowl'Foolball COLIN ENGLISH I ing it fc practice to buy morecautiously. I
displays
One of the most attractive : Station- Ifiliest been intercepted that there wa and Fitzpatrick streets $12,999.;
in the entire group, but Atlanta -m 60 projections plot hydrographic not the least sign of objection to I Frank Johnson commercial
it Billings _____._ ,,.__ .25 and astronomic positions -t I-
could nut be qualified since --- surveying the hoarding parties. HovteveIK ; building. 100 block Duval street
that Birmingham ___ ____ 66 at make {! ( Games Colin i
was an inside display was h "- sea topographic; I ) chance was taken by the British English Trobp 52 Meeting $IZOOO. \

of Joseph L. Warnock of HO; Bismark u___. _. _._. -4 surveys by plane table or tran- i Seven warships including I Manuel Perez commercial
Duval street whose, Christmas: Boston -32 I sit stadia methods, make geo- In U. S !two cruisers. escorted the transport i I
Buffalo nl Today! J Enters COli test I Troo 52 of the Boy Scouts of ; building. Whit and Virginia
display alone'consists of approximately detic surveys Using precise>e instruments i to Cyprus. I I
Charleston ; America will hold a meeting in streets, $11.000
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600 feet of wiring. Chic tgo __ 30 i, act as junior watch tn1 .'.._1.1." Pressi I I It was stated that the Jew: i St. Paul's Parish Hall at 7:30: p. Mary Haskins, industrial
display consists ofa : -- officer on ship board establishtide aboard the from
Warnock's I transports came 1 For Governor
.Corpus Chri-ti __ 43 NEW YORK. Jan. 1.-Sixteen I I m., Friday Scoutmaster ErnestAVile:1'SkS building Caroline and WIHiam
"with the Na- t staffs and automoatic tide the Balkans and middle Europe. '
Christmas scene Denver _._. ._ 8' football "bowl" games are being i that eveery member I streets.* $1Q500Aquilmo .
1 tivity, a small village, electrically gauges, operate current meters I Jewish underground youth. !I e ('titren)
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Detroit -.-;....___ __ 26 played this afternoon in various : attend the meeting Lopez, Sr., commercial -
lighted an ice skating! El'Paso _m .'_____ ______.._ 31 and other work of that kind. parts of the United States. and I I bent 35 on Jews reprisals for the killingof FORT MYER3. Fid. Jau. IC' .- *, says important mat- building 100 block Dirral
pith blue background (Continued On Page Six) in a refinery plant j
pond a Ft. Worth __'n 26 I the most outstanding of them L> I raided two Arab villages today lm Enghh. state sch"ol suprm' ters are to be dtuussed.Mis I street 10000. .
small stars and tin I
dotted with Galveston __ 39 the Rose Bowl game in Pa>ade- and killed six Arabs and wounded !'nden* announced today he R. Gomez, commercial building -
Star in the East. Jacksonville 64 Kehabiiitalion: California.I 'i 723 Duval street $ .m.I .
Judges for the contest were: Kansas City 19 J na. 23 others Two Jews were : will be a candidate for gover- Carmen Irish
Paasdena reported that slain. All the other permits issued
Mrs. Eva Navarro, ofthe; Wornan's KEY WEST __n_.____._ ,,, I one nor this \ear I I I
__.... and one-quarter million persons Number of Jews and Arabs:; Returns To Tampa I were for residences
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dab; Harold Labscher o f Key WHt Airport 75 Man\ Coming i In a formal New Year Day
witnessed the flower Permits issued months daring
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parade in killed in Palestine since the Unit I by -
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of Commerce A. Los Angeles __... 37 .
Chamber ;
the i that city. Fifty-eight floats so ed Nation' decision to partit'or statement:: English said. "in or- Miss Carmen Irish left this afteinoorj 1946 and 1947 follow:
Mailland Adams Mayer of Key Louisville n h.-__-____:-.:....._ :337; E L. Miller, counsellor of
..._ te thickly bedecked with flowers I that country totaled 501 1 t-xJay known for her home in Tampa I 1347
Marshall, d the local Miami _______--..-_ 69 habilitation administration inform I i i der that my friend may<
West; Cyril ;: the vehicles could not he I afters'&>*sending! the' holiday irKey January $ 584-
Minreapoli:; ._.__________ 11 renparticipated intention. I no
and Hunte ? v future political -
){ Art Colony: Memphis ..____ ____ __ :I Is The Citizen he will be in I in the paradeHaul 1 I West. February 73, 70
Harden. an electrical: 'eigineer. ; Nt'w; Orwalis -' ._m r.G Key West next Tuesday< and -.- ---- -- I ( .11t cn (CarrierBi !1 i I vi>h to announce that I il' =fn'elv I A fajewcll': party was held in I Match 52.S57

Speaking for the Cknstma New York _._ .____m : Its Wednesday to confer with any i II, win toe a rvr1ll for tier hoitior I last evening by Miss April 59349 .

Lighting Committee. ;hark ,, Norfolk __mhu _- n 4.t person interested in that bnmC'h) I J. Perez calis 1 His Ankle the f,ffic cf go\eiii' of Floiida Itetti0 damet"' the home ol I May. 21.491

CWT, chairman stated he lfP' 1 Oklahoma CityPcnspco'a :_-. 1R of governmental service. in the el nrtton'> of 1 I9*?. Mr. I'll 4 Mrs JCftj.uni" N. Ad- June 14,729

predation of the Jaycees aid tin' 1.Omalla 8 --- -- I Died Last Aurol'o! V'Hatp! 15;;. l"laolpftrt'f't. Mv expeii!'ure 3'I rnriMl-er elis:; W ere she) hid ITCH ? 1 July 45.183Ccnliiaud

.., ,(Continued From Page ,Ix) ..: .( ___ 6, Tit Give Students Night ; of numerotK! Mate bo-uk both i guert t uab.g' her stay ;in Key I ( ('n late: Six)
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a carrier {f the Kev WrMI'ltiZfn. t
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Roanoke s--- etuirational{ end ex!: II
Loui _._ 36 i Rant J. Perez 47 died last rvenm fell and broke his left 1-
1,1l4CIVIIIIillll': "' rs as a rnrn.Jier: of tle state Mis: lId";!" a'. uifd all that
I'Sr o'clock the West anukle in the skating rink iu i 1RAUL'S
.San Francisco ? at 9 in Key
OCEANDINING -- | wide" and extensive '
VIEV IAn-t. pod she hid rnjo>;rd her stay in Kttitiuc \
I a Antonio _- -. -- 36 J F. Chambers Jr.. and J. Municipal Hospital: after a short- Southardtreet yez'(-n'ay.' Hr participation in Fovrrnmrntalffriir Wn.t doubly and express
ROOM I Seattle 45 illness. was taken to Miuunpal ll"-j>,**.'
------------T Chambers sons of Mr and i .. !:. has arnti Uifprl nir with t"(1 k 4ii: tic:u r to 'itum in tin
and Mana: t Tallahassee -------I---------- fifil tw. 112 Ann I Funeral aervicrs will IT held bv harry Will.nu nncthci nt a
honed ted J. E. Chambers liff
( Operated for if' r>on.; ibilitx: ff tin Inj: I futuu
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lender Tamp : .. tomorrow at 4:30: p m in the I7rn 'anif'r. C UB
T. lather who .. ,
by ale spending; { < > : Lr '- idPALACE
36e rchapel _.
Washington i < f the lx>pez Funeral - -
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HiEAKi{ ,'AST 15o In TV 1j II 'Ii ti on Saturday, January 3 i Marys Unman Catholic tl'unli.! ; ...tfecr>B0.t e.n.-e v 1:'. a.i 'Now \

Served 7 to 10 A.M.SKAtOOD j POULTRY their studies on Mon- ;will officiate GARAGENext : THEATER TWINS GARAGE Open 1 1I
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: LUNCH: STERLING'S MARKET day at the Hargrove' Military Burial will bein: the family to La Concha Hotel Street PII..e 1.t On tin Boulevard by the Cea ..
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Served. 12 M. to 3 P.M. Academy at Chatham. Virginia plot in City ('('m t'ry. 404 Duval Street Phone 501 'tIII1" Colorado Skie* I I10 *
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DINNER: 904 Fleming! St. Phone 572 J Their parents are giving the I Survivors of the dcrtaMxl t in- Auto Repairs, Painting Best of Drinks t\

9 PJM. 1 boys and their friends a farewell cludo a son Ron I J. IVrez Jr.; No Service loo Complicate)j I Monte Hale!' and Adrian Booth in Body and Fender Work I Open 11 A.M. to 2 A.M. Daily

POPULAR Served S to PRICES -.- L Roasters. Hens Fryers I dinner tomorrow afternoon at t. father Jerone Perez and sister, Flats Fixed tc complete, Overhaul l News and Features G.Mla. A.<. Part !.. AU C.?a PHONE 13S.Ji.
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KEY WESTS BEST NEW YEAR'S ."A A.--.A.u. ,.A IAA A Ill"" ; IliIIlqJllllllIlIl.n"UII'lJmnnwncmnm' J WILL .YOU SMILE '
THEY'RE SPECULATORS
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U-me5t..QtitieU . I I

t. f L Publish P. ARTMAN.Dally Owner Exetpt a.d 8nndy.FvMUkrr. by .. '. No-t ether New Year's- =Day- in Key Radio Programs1 ; Key West' In J:. ,I Possibly ST), .'. ; .--id' 4J 4Ji

'" UHMAN! D. AKT 1A4. BBSlaess MaBSft-er
? Prom Tba Citizen Building;; West history has had so substantial .-...........-.....*.. > Sa*'
Ann Streets many . Gone By
,J; .Corner Greenland Days Instructor: Your, son does
... nofseem
\ Last '
.M- indications for its today.
as
.. ., .Only, Dally Newspaper In' Key West, and progress DaytIme Summary 41-r I ,interested ;!during* cfasi'hpurs. !
Monroe Cowtljntered year. set a record in building operations, I steeled srsgrsms .. tlt dars ..... AS TAKEN FROM FILES '' He wears "a 'sleepy ej

:.: at Key West. Florida as second cUss matter and the outlook is they will be greater this day fcrsadcsit through Frld.at the"".sm Tim tint Is tsttsr MM. OP THE CITIZEN OF j pression continually.
JAN. 1938 t
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MBMBKH OP TUB ASSOCIATE! PPES" year because of the application of that tract standard.sits houri For central for mauntais.standard. sUs4 hIM nlmplpURUwwlw umwuPlimwuulllunI f. Father Ah; out isn't it poj. ;
r' The AlllOUClat. Press Is exclusively entitled to art twe Hours, -.s.EC. m sible that'it's the talent slumber 3
:.. for reproduction of all news dillpatch"s credited sturdy, unbending law of supply and de .
to It or not othe-wlne credited In this paper and A series of winter concerts i ing within? .

-: Iso the local new. publlsbed here. mand. 29 THROUGH JAN.1. will be given in Bayview Park '. : -*

r 8CBSCIUPTIOM! RATE! record breaking construction Minting c.> sx .x 1
t'u Tear ,. -110.80 Despite the x beginning next Thursday night. |: ;
T.oV HISTORY
---- t-Co-Honeymoon: is :t.
a- tts. Months Months_ (I.>.00" of houses in,Key West last year Breakfast Clubabc0:15Otlabomt ", .) d, by the Key West Hospitality ;I j- ( )
t three.ue Both -'-.-". ."!---i.. .' -- 1.09 all Koundup-cts d y Band under the direction of Alfredo j ;;
... Weekly '. .n the city till.. is -unable to take care of .30-Shady Vsllcr Folks-Ribs, y 477C-
'.. .- ... .. 11 -a' '> t. .. the people who wish to come here for the 10.0O, *ted Waring Show-nbo. Barroso..t ,. .,tit.'rls, for the first time, )jthe
: : ApVSjtTlAiNC1 RATE* Music For loa-cbs ,, Grand Flag of the 13 Unij tOol- :
7 Undo Known un Application' 1 winter season. Key. West, whether or not ily Story Drama-aba....'... 1M Monroe County's CommunityClinic .
onies at his headquarters, Cast,-
10:5-Bett7
A ePEC1AL.NT; o.c>s! --r; : r: : r"r t tt C are' ware of it, is all set to become, 10.30-Say It Crocker With Music Talk--ma aim* will not be,in .operationmuch Bridge, Mass.1831First. a
-- All reading notlc .. earls tflank..T esofu'tlbrfs"(, I outstanding winter ,':oo-Arthur Godfrey Showeb.Sreakrast a6 I longer, it was announced '
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:tb ts'.th I ;1 In Hollywood-abe today, unless a deficit of $300 13
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Notices for r.:7atOcJ1CJ.'Jc1. | [btcAuicb" >,s from i I ; resorts in the United States. 11:3O Ben Alexander Show-nbs > Rn $' I paid shortly. Lloyd Garrison's historic "Libe;
r which a are 5 cents. a Ii.h. I 11:4S-Serials (Z% hrs.)-cbs x rator". I will not equivocate;: I
The Citisesj Is an open arum and tov1te. dlscssion Progress of a community is dependent I
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o( public Issues and subjects of toeal/or AHornoss ? Key West Rotarians, at theirlunt'heon will not excuse. .1 wiD be ,
.-., general interest but It will pot publteh anonymous on the financial condition of its subdivision -j 12: -Welcome Tr.nler.aM;: tee entertainedwith heard." >, -
mmmunlcatlons. Kate Smith Speaks-mbs Thursday
'- units. In that regard, the city and 12.30 Words 'I 1 37 Government 1
w .. and MwlcsbCDauy a skit titled "Three. Wise -:- begins d*
the county have hefty bank balances. 1:00-Concert band Halt Concert-Hour*:"-nko mbs r men." tribution of Treasury'sof swpl.. ;

,) iMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST The city begins the year with a new 2-00-Four Hours of S.rUlJIG i $36 among the States. :
.... Qu... for a Day-mbs Mr". W. II Smith, of Jacksonville -
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN city Ralph D. Spalding. The Cit- 1848-(100 years ago) Girard:
manager, :3G-8r1d. and Groomab4f'Manlll
Block Record mba is visiting Mr. and Mrs. College Philadelphia, opens.
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;; izen thinks he will make a good manager, I tAP Wir..photo)
:-Og-Double or Nothing W. L. Bates at their home on
1. More Hotels rod Apartments. 1848-((100 years ago) Ctwn.try's .
Ladle :
I i j 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion even though he is not a member of the I.SO-Th* Rous.Bo Seated Party--ate cbs GOV. H. B. MAW (left) of Utah aDd Brig. Ce... Wallace H. Caroline street population around 22 mil.

X r 3. Airports-Land and Sea. National City Managers' Association. Paul Whlteman Records-aba Graham (right). President Truman' personal physician were lion; the public debt some $49
s: 4-flO-H'nt! Hunt QuU-cbs 99 public officials The stretch of Overseas
among listed new
'f 4. Consolidation of County,, and Mere membership in that association is 4.JO-Winner Take All-cbs Monday by Secretary of Agrieul1 1 million; the national expensesfor
:' Treasury Band Show-aba ture Clinton Anderson as speculating in grain last September. Highway was opened this morn- the year about $51 million
i City Governments. I not a guarantee that a man will make a 4.4-KMdles Shows 1>4 brs. (weftrepeats Anderson released the list in Washington. j ing. Ferries make two trips

t I 5. Community Auditorium. good city manager, and not being a member 1 or. latermbs1:00Schools _._ --- ___.__u__ ,. daily each way. .the 1863: -President Lincoln signs
of tb. Alr-cb. -- -- --- I Emancipation Proclamation
should not lead to the conclusion that Kiddies Hoar (west repeat 1 hr. ; : I :
1913-Par Post
I&ter-abc I COMPTROLLER NAMED 1[I F -TODA Y'S *. ,! Local customs inspectors today first" in Gpo
ti he will be a poor manager. To reason ': -Lum and AbnercbseastfiUWORK I .
.; GRAIN SPECULATOR ', ANNIVERSARIES I I destroyed 148 gallons of eration.

_. .:MONOGRAPH. . otherwise is equivalent to.saying you will i iI I (Know America) 1 contraband rum. ... 1915-The Panama Canal -.-officially =

= Mr. and Mrs. Key West.' r e' .... not vote for a man for governor or president PROGRAMS I r--. '-, '. I, t1735Paul I I opens to commerce.
Revere, ,Boston herds in West 1936-The N. R A. "
Dairy ,Key are offimfly
"! Was seders standard. i ,
because he has not been a gover- Ps*sea f'
'Dear Folks: bat standard subtract one hear,forMfiBUl patriot, master-silversmith, being;examined by a representative ends. '
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a.: Ha iiy"New ;,V .ardo ,youfAtjd: your :nor:or president before. fcr/rs. $*.m- standard. least stations subtract mango two whose foundry played a large I :of the United States Department 1S42-26 countries sign the.
4 The mere issuing of a certificate in .:our.sf relay .. fit lecal schedules. part in the country's industrial of 'Agriculture. United Nations Pact."I945Gttm4.lii'. ..
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loved ojies. May your sorrows be muchIr '.**t splnirt, program ....,.. ass.Mt ,,development"bo'i' 'i iri 'Bost&. ?: .. ,, c $ni r'-at t.
any calling is no assurance ,that a man is 0e IaludaiL l
less than your joys! d Died May 10, 1818.1745Anthony I Miss Josephine James a junior tack make combined land-to
in that calling. Hany a dunce
".. : THE ORACLE. competent THURSDAY i Wayne, tan -in the Florida State Collegefor I drive on the U S. Third and'7ta
JANUARY t
has a diploma showing that he is a college nery owner, popular, daring Women who had been in Armies. :

e graduate.In I.....* | I T Gen. "Mad" Anthony of Revo- Key West passing the holidays I 1946-Jap Emperor Hirohito
-Bowl Game Continued-nbo I lutionary fame, born Waynes- with members of her family left..abjures divinity "
Newscast .
Erery Day cbs I
handling .collegedegree"
;;. YEARS? men, only one
,.0 MAN TO LIVE 150 Network Silent Hour-sbc-ssit 1 r. boro Pa. Died December .15, yesterday for Tallahassee to resume -I 1947/ -:Most of country had
is of consequenceexperience. nlddies Hour (repeat)-abc-weit:
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any
Bowl Came Continued-nibs 'her'studies.. snow high winds and low ttm-
City Manager Spalding has }had 41 .:IS-In My Opinion. I It 1 I 1830-Paul Hamilton Hayne.
:: How long should a human being expect Talks-cbs ?4 t peratures for New Year D y.CARDKER .
years' experience in the Navy and has .30-Lum Red Jb Barber Abner Sports-cteat I i iq famed Southern poet, courageous Mrs. Ernest Meres, who had
-f repeat- bs-wesl J
to Jive t soul in bitterness and defeat been visiting her in law
<:45-Low.ll Thomas son- and
(repeat ID-cbs
had thousands of men under his command
increased 7.-OQ The born in Charleston, S. C. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ClemC.
in has Bcalah Show-cbs: f
The years
answer,
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:'; during that time. Discipline i is a quality taws and Commentary j Died July 6, 1886 Price left yesterday for her Vte&nd .
considerably in the past fifty years. The much needed in a city manager. If he is 7:1S-Dally Jack Commentary Smith and "nc-cb. | : 1848-((100 '* years ago) John home in Tarpon Springs. She I TONIC -

.=A life expectancy of the average individualhas without that quality, he will be a "softie"*, 1:30-Bob Guy Crosby Lombardo: Club Band-cbs-nbo j/ William who Goff, poor Irish .l lad was accompanied by her grand t| t.elvow ps.iisl Fist dfH
hard ,
struggled to become
much of the gain : son, Walter Price.
increased although .tilery: \ Queen Drama-abe pct Wh.* 4u to stop a
as a result of which city employees will
News: Broadcast-mb a New York lawyer noted justice aelrtd.ed
:: has come through the development of better do much as they' please. Manager Spald- 7: S-Ed Markness Slurroworscbs Clmment-nbo of the supreme court of Today The Citizen says in an i;' T k e.a A.Ip suealaYinstsad ye. "t..lmt.

:.: methods of caring for babies and ing knows what discipline is and will apply Sports CommelltmbsA0nehry New York, born in Ireland. Died editorial paragraph: arollefaim".
: $ Aldrlcb Family-nbo November 9, 1924.' ritei I 18y.1
"Le's 1938
:. children.Scientists start by resolvingto
younger it in his managerial capacity. F.B.L to Peace & War-cbs }r ern h
Ca.dldJlcn> __abe t 1867-Lew Fields, comedian, '.!'d ce! in Key West"Blue
::0-:. have pointed out that man Besides no man can become a member Jan August Trio-mba Ph.Ie) ;partner in the famous team of .

_. :: teems tc suffer from premature deteriora- of the National City Manager Association 8.30 15-V.ra-Burn*Holly He. Allen Time-nbo-mb> ZACK D. CRAVEY (above). I Weber and Fields born in New 4 ;:whales often exceed 100

:- tion. In the animal world, a dog has a life who is not an engineer, and Mana- The Mr. Keens Clock Drama Drama--abc its state comptroller of Georgia is i'York. Died July 20 1941. feet in ,length. and 100 tons in PHARMACY

.1' expectancy six times' its growing period ger Spalding has had extensive; experience ISS-FI.The Block. I'arty-mba among.99 public officials listed i The seven nations in the Arab weight 1114 Division St.. Cor. Vartl

I and the same i is true of a horse. If man, in a "school" of engineering, the Billy Rose Minutes Comment N.wbs-mbs.OOJiluilc in rotary Washington of Agriculture Monday: by Clinton Sect' ]League have an area nearly 150-l j 1, 'Read:the.Classified Ads in The Phone 177 Free Delivery
: ': Hall. AI Jolson-nbo times the size of Palestine. Citizen.i .
= therwho. is physically mature at twenty- Navy, that ranks among the best in the i Dick Hsrmes \'arlel-cb.: Anderson as _speculating ingrain 1 ------- ------ ---?. _. ---- -- .-
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*vf*? five*lived 710 proportion: to the ;{jfnimals; world. He has all the qualifications to Gabriel Willie; Piper Hatter Skit-Abc r>.>mment: -robs last September. I n

;! Jie would'have a normal span- of 150 become a member of the association., but t.3O t.1S--Real Village Life.Store Drama Comedy-mbs-nbo I

IA -' years. '.. such in Crime Photos.. Drama-.bs
s a memebership no way would add To Be Announced-abc

This may look like a long time but to his ability to be a city manager. 10.00-R.F.D.Bob Hawk America Qulx VlaU-nbc-mbs II 0O.

;: :there is no telling what the next few centuries Managerial ability is primarily Inherent Mr.Tbe President Maicazine; Drama Theater-abc-cbs /T\\\ 0

f: will produce for men and women. improved and fortified by experi.ence 10:30-Family Kddle: Theater.Cantor Show Drama-nbc-mb* I \ .

"';: A newly-established pharmaceutical-- and a man can not attain it merelyby J First. nny Ntehter Herman Play Quartet-ai-. -cbs Q :

:i1i:.. dical research foundation will attack, the joining an association. Dane. Band bbow-mba -
.. 10:45-Earl Godwin; Talk' -aba 4i-- :: 'V :
diseases from
problem of
degenerative
=a' 11:00-N'ews & Variety Z hrs.-nbc _
:44 'which ten million Americans suffer and There are few rules to success that N.ws New.and Variety Dance Dante!Hour Z-brr.be-cbs a...

./> which kill 600,000 every year. can improve on "pay cash", or do with 12:00-jvews.Danclnir Dance Continued Band :2-brt abc-west.-nibs Through This Daily t G

-* The American Medical Associationand out. BIBLICAL BULLETIN !

=- the American Pharmaceutical Manufacturing | Your HoroscopeTHURSDAY I qia .
.. CONTRACT ENFORCED |
.": Assn. have combined to establish WHERE. GOVERNMENT DOES ALL !

:Z a research institute which after THE THINKINGThe JANUARY 1, ,AIL things new; begin today. f

.... surveying the field, decided that the least 1948-Today give sa student of I I Behold I make them new!
the mysterious things of life, 'The of God, those I
a promise years
- I :.,.. work wa&,being done in the field of high Journal, of Chinook, :Montana\ ,
benefactor to the poor one kind ago
blood pressure, hypertension, heart dis- recently carried a news story concerningan to the weak and a highly parental I Still stands for me and you. I

:'. eases and hardening of the arteries. old-time resident of the town who had nature. You will not be interested 'And _.w today, as the wild bells

:- The men back of the research movement just returned home from a visit to rela- in the ordinary em- ring, f --4

:- ; point out that in the last century tives in Sweden whom he had not seen the ploments solution, but of will problems work best that in. Those Welcoming Words ,one are more just as year potent )

the span of;life has increased thirty years since he emigrated to America 41 years will benefit mankind. still,

: I and Dr. Edward L. Bort says: ")Ian has ago. He found much to admire in the nation If we have ears to hear.
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+ not nearly? approached the possible life of his birth. But he found much to :itizen.Read the Classified Ads in The For Details Read: a ,i ACA 'I 0r

J .r span:" He points. out that in increasing! criticize too. To quote the Journal. "All Rev. 21:5 ((1301)

it the life of individuals, the added mature, utilities in Sweden are owned and operated IA LEGALS

;; fruitful years represent a great gain for by the government, he says, with the Publishers-The Monthly Booklet t ta

: ;- humanity. same result under l\ THK t.III \TJl IM.K-M 01 HT.IN "Enjoy Your Bible"
observed .
, government *M KOIt MUMIIIK rot \T'.
oio& PI.OHII.t.. PHUntTK.In :.
r management in this or any other country In re h>iat* of The ancient city of Philadel-

:- KNOW YOUR SMELLS -high cost limited service, general inef- 11...\ UKYNOLPS:I'.......a_, 4 ficinecy and the NOTH TO <'llr.UITOK was named for its conqueror ?
,
smothering of individual
"' TOLL "HI-aIIToH>, LI-IL\TFF5: : Ptolomey Philadelphia
m : There may be a few million smells) initiative ..He would not care to lh'ein .SO.N.S ILSTRtitTFES:' IIAMMi:':.: CLAIM.\:'\1'1.1.OK. Phil 1 I'K1IM -- I

-.. |In the world but the scientific perfume a country where the government does >S .AIIAINST: ,:' Tilt K.STATBOF o"p
IDA UrnXOLDS: KCK\SKI>
d: "chemists tell us that each one contains, to all\your thinking for.you. as they attempt notiftal Ton and and each required..f you.l t.are. .r..nt hereby: Harry Markowitz, Ine. I ""p

r some degree, the four basic essences.;: to do over there." any claims ..r d..mandba.'b. '->u, I Formerly of Markowitz & Resnick,
or either of ><>u. haw Plumbing Miami Fla.
t may againxt Operators in .
:tic;. .It may surprise some people to know This has a familiar ring. As paternal ed the Ute Estate of f Ida lt County.;>n..ld] .... M>lra..nda>.. IS BACK IN BUSINESS IN IJfIIJJ

that one of the essences is the distinctive istic government's go, Sweden's is perhaps tu the Honorable Ilajmond It. Io>rd. t MIAMI ON U.S. HIGHWAY No. I t '
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"unty Juc1g. in and for M >nr<>r '
:.: odor of animals, like the most honest Count HoruU NEAR LeJEUNE ROAD ;
wet goats and dogs. and efficient in the world. : at hit office in the 1f1 /
County Court HOUM or Moiirnr Visit Our Showrooms-Carloads
-=:: !Others are: fragarance, as flowers acid But whether such a government be hon Counly. Florida, within\ eight .'jl- of Merchandise in Our }

,'.5. ity, as of vinegar or' camphor; bumtness, orable or corrupt, the end result is pretty I cedar flr!'t months publication from. .the hrrewf date .>f$|hr I"I i Warehouse and Yards

as of tar. f fIt ?; much the same. Government-owned enter claim and"r contain drinand*the hall pl..hr.r In of writing r<*yi- HARRY MARKOWITZ. INC. f s
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l' ; dt-m-r and poet ..ff i = Recently Ernest C. Crocker\ ;. an1; industrial -, prise always succumbs: to the inertia of a the* ilaimant and l shall l>r *"..rh to Phones 486821 end 40763 f

: chemist, has completed an "odor top-heavy bureaucracy.. The people can hy!..rney the. Ijimant. his 'I'.lt or alt 370 So. Dixie Highway

=- directory" listing more than five hundred like it or lump it, and it makes little dif XII within such, rlmnm Mir time or .tlrUianiN and In n..tflied tlir i Near LeJeune Road

:: pleasing aromas. He id ntiieseach aroma ference to the entrenched officeholders mannrr\old i>rrs,'rll.ril h<ln >hall l>.. i;i Miami 33. Fla. $1 I .

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four natt.t the Slut day of !> .. t'
by digits The .:: each digit indicating resources of the nation are sapped to \.l). 154T. I ,

:.: the! intensity of the four essence.4' men keep the super-state going, and there i is A,.Ud B"rtfctw\\:LI.I.\ll"f the\.lan KRKFMAV\\lll, .i.d i!
tioned above. He that little Testament of Ida -Mi..l.lA' dr. i JANE and SHINE
room for
:.. says proper .appreciation individual enterprise_ rvaswd.J1'Wl'S ..,
of odor is even .'. ST():NK.' JR.. ;I Itt 1502 BERTHA STREET .
important
to as there is .
w little .
joyous living reward for hard .\ >rn-) fr i K\H< utor S j Year's
FREE (
Holiday and
Specials- all
;: and urges us not to "look down our work and individual achievement. ;antq;.2.: .igl! t | year 3IGGER
Incen
Spray Job with Grease and
-= noses at'odors, but sniff them up instead." tive dies.At 1.:1..1: i Oil Chang job.every We will also round, Pepsi-Cola is the drink

.F the end the Journal STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE' check your battery, fan belt, radiator BETTERNew
for
says- the you-big, good, flavorful
:4o- Some sons are chips of the old block traveler from Chinook "is a TRIUMPH: I tires transmission and rear ,
stronger be '' end.We have the latest equipmentfor
,.. head.: liever than ever in the American COffEE ; checking carburetors batter. and twelve ounces tall +
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M that encourages individual l initiative." way MILL isi, spark plugs ignition compassion .
The
J- People who lost their tempers pla>ing paramount duty of all Americans is to at ;, for perfect and running timing .in. your. DON'TDELAY. car Pepsi-Cola Company Long Island City. N. Y. Fifichised Bottler: t

:: a game ought not to play a game. keep that way alive and strong. All Grocer j I PHONE 1178 NOW1H!!!! Pep i-Cola Bottling Co.'of Key Wet Phone 5r:7"r

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lug between Georgia Tech ,an4 Unii .
T7'l'tal 'j I versityof Kansas.'The ., a r t"tea
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ers were among the 250.000 persons"'who cd to' leave Miami at about'1 /
viewed 'the 'annual I*p.< m. this'*evenln to ma Ice Jfche .
King Orange Jamboree. parade trip home 'While in that city .
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in Miami last night. ]jibe!r ,, boys in the organization
The Key 'W !ters. many of |i[, were quartered ,at the Biscayne: ,
whom returned to the city late !j i Bay,Masonic Lodge and the'girlsat'the I.I I.
l last night or earty today said YWCA. Chaperoning'the
that 'the Key West: High School group were Mr. and Mrs:Ever '
Band stood out spectacularly: in ett Rivas," Mr: and Mrs. Earl. rln
their red and white uniforms. j Yates. Mrs. Scferina Moore, A,
. The band was ,under the direction 'J. Shephard. .and Reynold. ,
of Bandmaster Earl Dillon Thompson. I 4 1, St .. r ;,

and was 'headed by a team 1 I-I The Key West. Chamber of .__._ .._
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of drum majorettes. The hand Commerce sponsoring the trip \." iV rel>hot!>1 ( '
was also ,led by a color guard provided' transportation and COACH' BOBBY DODD of Georgia Tech: (holding football). and four of his top players go into a I
carrying a large Key West banner I meals for the group under the huddle at Miami for i discussion: of Kansas plays likely to be encountered in the Orange Bowl '
j 1(,supervision of the Band Booster game'toda7. The pIne,.. left to right. are George Brodnax. end: Bill ,H aley. guard; Frank l 'I i
The band certainly made an i' Club and also made 'arrange'ments ZiegUr. back and.,Bob Davis. All-America tackle. As The Citiaen was going to press Georgia :
impressive, 'showing and represented enabling the members to'I Tech cored'!its first touchdown and made the extra point to lead Kansas 7.0, early in the game. :
this' island weir, said* a (!view the game. __ n ______ __ .---- ----- _. __ ____ __ w
man who saw the -parade. II : T- ----- '
'This'"afternoon' In the Orange I! The nearly .extinct'\yhitevRhi- j! Whale "oil'which'used te be I Amman principal city of In modem steam turbine, I I
Bowl! Stadiiim', [the" band along't noceros, .is, with, the'exception I used in lamps,is",new used largely I. Trans-Jordan is built among the titfam'is i used at temperatures s !+
with'.other 'musical units 'that of the elephant, the largest of t to make 'soap and glycerine I ruins of an ancient city called equal to those which would I .. :'I
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=r''l U 1; to wish all its readers and subscribers a very Savings is not available to you, buy through the Bond i-

..... .4r,: bappy New Year. Month Plan at your bank. ;
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A and every.year ,after--. a,.happier Year'for yourself and security through regular U.S. Bond purchases. .

# t to'!r your family '** Then i our wishes for many, many happy and .

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.I.",'.,:., ,, '.'_" Af Ntwtftotgrn ,By, DON CAMERONChapter &&'0:1: FOR RSGULAJlLACKTAO age I"AY1f1I"1' t .: "

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: : 4 Macfarlane frowned. He led I 'He ''stoOd with his back: tc the menu It iBTarlaftlri IB aUran b trmiiar
: .rtU.in.nti under tht bead ad.ertl..r. witH !Wr.r.*. .,
.' STARING after the departing Brant back; the way they had ; fire watching her moving wjth will be Incerted la TIle Citizen at count mar bays Jieu .rti..- ,
of King. M cfarlane's come, and out across the lithe grace hanging up his coot UM rata of Jc a word for eaeb Inwrtlon. neat charged. -" "
{ 'jaw tightened. He sai'd'to Brant space to the!office building. "Evcrything'was peaceful when.I bet th. minimum charge forth PUBLICATION DZDUTh. $ '
open. first -IS word or !leas lOe. To Incure I ea .!roT seat
he left '
office alone. :'
,. : 'Give it to me straight You said own produced a Mae was rte ter klatkfarc 4yK I I* Jc a b* In Tb* Citizen offs b.for a 11
: Crane went into the chopper. You and glasses from his desk "Wasn't Ralston Crane. there?" wort,and U. minimum charge for o'clock In th* m.ral>* Jo.. "r._.tb* .day
'L -i.; said there was blood. 'You don't mind drinkingwith I "I didn't-see him.", -. tile tint It words U 4i.. of publication. } *. :-"

!"Blood,and'his cap and one of a murderer} Andy!" I He thought he: detected "relief "
j '. his mittens. Brant turned to "Cut it out." Brant pleaded. "If in her manner as'shesanklint0) AH adT rt itn !. Accepted under the contnatrTba atttiei TB the
.- .. ...at of .rror In -.d. rta 1nr. traaMeat or will b*
i : point "But-:they're goneKing !" Crane was killed. I'll bet Charlie a';low chair. j i r..po..l.l. oal Iy tor th. first ;Hn.*rtlo in ClauHM .yert..aa. < la
wl .: ...; -.-?!' took 'em. I guess. I saw King did it' because Crane fired She asked, "Did 'Mae seenl- Display ACTcrttelBK. for only the.actual amount of pae. C5i3pl. tot.tile,
1 him. I part of tb tdTcrtUeinent T-hr tba error occmrm. J j
him .stuff something under his worried't' .. _
coat I wonder why. "Maybe. On the other hand. I'm I ."He seemed tired. He'd hurt hU .. ., . . . . .. .A 1 a

."I can guess. Blackmail" not going to kid myself. I'll take I eye somehow. Not badly"She HELP WANTED ron sALE' t
,', the blame for this."
.
Macfarlane .made movement
grunted. Blackmail 'a 'quick
.. 1 4 for what? Crane couldn't have "Meaning" you want to thick "I'd better go to nim. Colored boy for greasing'and 1940 Ford station wagon. Very
gone into that chopper. I cut off you did itMacfarlane?! I "No." said Brant "He's tall: washing cars. Navarro. Inc., clean. Price reasonable..., Mon-
the power just before l! _showed swallowed whisky right He'll be sore because 1 told opposite bus station. dec30-tf roe Motors, 725 White
and took
,< of
.' I a cigar out his 5t.janfu
up. you he was hurt He'd go a long
pocket "Meaning conscience I
my
.. The power was on when I won't bother me. As far as the way to keep from upsetting you. FOR RENT -
came in. Mac.<< The machinery was I : ." she said slowly. -H > '
-.. ., law is concerned who could ever Brand new ladies' wrist watches,
running-full blast and you were Crane is dead? grand. Andy-one of the grandest
tt prove Til make Light housekeeping 1,7-jewel
I rooms $5 movements set in 14k
out cold. I pulled the switch. Tve knowa.'AndI'vehurt
fine bond paper of him. after I've i men ever ; $10 per week. 411 William SL: heavy solid gold cases with
him
lot" :
s "Why, thenThe big man'sface bleached the. yellow out of the a
was grim. "I reckon I must pulp. I "Hurt himBrant'was incredulous dec6lmoxFurnished I domed crystal pink dial, -rid
Shave killed him.-I'd thought aboutit "Stop itT Brant said. "I'm not .- "He worships' the groundyou band. $36.00; tax included.
.<' often enough!: as tough as you are." walk"on." four-room apartments,!I, Write Box 101, c%, Citizen.:
He said "But you were out "Are you.; tough enough to keep That; makes it harder.< Some- maid and janitor service, linens I i dec296tzi
cold. How could you have killed this to yourself( ?" times "wish we hadn't married. and all utilities furnished.]
anybody Brant looked him in the eye. sounds like a disloyal th5ng t -to Coral Hotel Apts, opposite Post J!i'!! !Plumbing supplies complete
: "You don't know how mad I "You know I am. We've been say. ''but ,1 don't mean ::to .be dis Office. dec23-12txi stock. Plastic tile
j
can. get Andy. I've been out on friends tcx long for you to'doubt loyal.. and I wouldn't say,;it,.to .paints and
my feet and still fighting before it" anyone but you because you: like I; brushes. Robert Leonard Co.
this. I could have chucked him His eyes went hard again. him, too. I love him. Andy-1 Horses for hay rides and saddle 'j: 1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami,
in the trough. turned on the machinery "Andy I'd kill anybody who really do-yet I can't: help thinking horses for rent. Apply Buster I'Cerezo. j! Fla. Phone 73421janltf j l.
and then passed out" tried to make trouble that would he'd be better off without 2320 Harris Ave. Ph.-'
: ''Nonsense.Brant grasped react on Ella. I'm thinking about me.:. ", 1350M. dec29-4txh I White
outside seat..
Mac's elbow. "I'll bet N noose :white
Crane's as Charlie King. Maybe he didn'tsee He i understood nothing.'clearlyexrep 1
I healthy$ either of us. Let's take or hear anything. But if he t that she, wa&- wholly sincere Tourist enamel floor enamel $2.f5 lat.I .
accommodations iJ I
a -Took around. did. and U he's got ideas about and there were tears in hereyesAHe :\ : !.quiet Ion up. Large electric heater,
i They: went farther back into blackmail: leaned over her and* took private home, 500 feet from $9.75. Doherty &Co., M6 Oli.
I t the mill through a forest of steel "I'm wjth you all the way." one of her hands in both of WS.-M occan.Byday. week or month. via corner" of' Packer. Phone
girders that supported mammoth Brant said,. "but there's no use "fs it that you're personally un- Brents 701 South Street I 1597. i .d
tanks. They found Tony Brinker. looking f Sr trouble. Forget it for happy?", .-' \ dec30-3tx 29-,6.t
a'watchman squinting at a gaugeon now and let's 'go." "If that were! all. I wotild 't
I "a pipe elbow. I "I've g it to stick around. This gjre it' "second thought If'4'd New apartment for rent to couple 1939 BuicKaoor sedan. 'Apply
"Anybody been In since the storm shut of 180-H Poinciana after 5 .-'-
may us down for a rpented my; bargain in marry: pjn.decSOSii.
gang quit?" asked Mac."I few days; and I'll have to make hag him..'1'd still keep it without :only.. Apply Blossom's Place -
seen Charlie King replied' arrangements. Stop>> and tell)" Ella whining.' As! happens.' 1: don't corner. Eaton and White Sts. 9y

Brink'" @r. I I'll be lafe, for supper, will you?" regret it If it' weren't for one dec303txFor (Trees and plants: hib ct..s.?slgp-
} How about Crane other I'd be perfectly
person
: : -Brinker spat a brown stream of I JOHN and Ella Macfarlane lived happy.! the winter season or longer 1 hanotis frangipanis' beaofliai
tobacco juice toward a waste box. I 1 lju-ge brick house not ton r "Is; Crane that other person?" two bedroom palms crotons, colcus.}.. &Bf
'
"Ain't seen him since 1 come o from th$ milL Steam radiatorsand It was'. a.hard:: -question.- but he home'spacious. tanas, bougainvillaea, red aca-
L S the job. a cheerful blaze in the 'stone had to"ask tf. '. beautifully furnished. laphers rose,and fruit trees,
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: They climbed' 'steel stairways fireplacefilled,, the room with ag ''She was silent '. Large lot with tropical fruit I other potted plants. '1004 South::
to.'a platform supporting a huge gressive warmth as Brant feeling r "Would it help 'if 'I should trees!!! at North Beach. Contact i' and St, Phone 1049 J., .;.t''
switchboard. Jim Scott... an engineer oddly embarrassed let her help ; break his neck? 'r *oWn r 1319 Olivia Street. i .
'S" ,waved a gloved htnd.Where's him out of his mackinaw. I '"Oh.. no.-Promise you wont do Phone .j janl 11it
1I64-W. dec31-3tx
: Crane Macfarlane "Mac asked me to stop by.he' anything,.violent", '. "
: asked., explain( "He'll be at the office He promised-baving forgotten !Alto saxophone. Call 344 orWk-;
,:Tugging at a bristly mustache two or three hours, changing for the moment that it House for adults for one month. }I tory Bedding and Furniture
.. : : Scott said he had not seen Crane work schedules." doubtful whether Crarie stillyhad i Phone 1021-J. dec31-3tx Co. %r1*=*: *
J I !
;: and would not grieve if he never. A hint: of anxiety crept into her a neck that .could be broken.. \. ,

saw.him again. tone. "Thfre isn't any trouble IT. 'e .aU.a..| ". Unfurnished}: house central loco.i1935: Ford 4-door de luxe sedan.

-- S --.--- -+I -- -.- ._-- -- : lion.t''-.City water. Write Box J.! Good condition. Apply 81 LDjI \[- .

i '." DOUBLE;: TKOlim.i 1 : IN ENGLISH( $TKKILECIIA.SERACE: : l ; ... >9Qc/o C! Citizen. janl-1 tx II I I vision St janl-3tx'" .

j Office .in downtown Key West. I'Registered American. .iCennel

$75 .monthly. Apply Citizen i Club, female red Cocker'Span

.. Office. janl-tf iel. Call 463W.I.I. dec30-3tx.
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''lit+ .. A APARTMENTS FOR RENT; REAL ESTATE FOR SALE :
'ifn I 4 K l
t ; ,
i "- \' !i.j[ : cr Fu 'nished' apartment adulfl, no For any kind of properties'in,11fy: .
S pets; hot water. 1019 Margaret West be it home or': business I ,

.< 'Street: : *. dm27-tt contact Paul BQJSVU 626. jlepl-!: A..
& ing Street Phone 153. *: "-, .
.
Modern spacious dec22-12k
t t. completely

,.. T' .. ..; ,s /.. nished and bath apartment tub and shower four rooms,* twin House for sale. 400 sq.it oirtyour '

.' .- : ; beds and sofa bed. Rental to lot $1500. Write Box 100.( c/o
-" '-" .5 ,June 1st Adults only. No{ Citizen. dec30-6tx 4
,
'. ,pets Apartment 4, 811 United '

S : ,street dec30-3tx WANTED TO BUY .-

"
i # WANTED TO RENT Old washinr"ma'C'hi! u 'hn.j}.} are
5455 t %' Sy parts. Phone 1J64-M.
I ; h Naval officer, wife and two chit jai-u

dren need at least two-bedroom ,

apartment or house. Phone Lt Two-wheel luggage trailer. Contact
,,. r I :
a a to
Morrow, Flamingo Motel. H. L. Houp 200-F()(") Poinci
dec30-3t ana. dec30 ix
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"** JL ,.- I Threeor four-rom furnished MISCELLANEOUSAlterations
i& 'FfzS&ty' l > -' *i apartment or cottage. Adults
** '* ? tf *" r
only, no pets. Call 466-J. before
j 8SLf./SV' on clothing for ladies,
4 pan. janl-3tx men and service personnel
ts Reasonable. Bru's Tailor Shop,
FOR SALE t 700 Duval St : dec26.6tx
\," "'Ir"pht'lu'THIS

SPECTACULAR BIT of tumbling occurred at one of the jumps of the King George VI '39 "4-door Plymouth. Reasonable. Picture framing, prints diplo-

Steeplechase at Kempton Park. Middlesex England. At the left Jockey V. Mooney has fallen Apply 1013 Division. mas, water-colors. 614 FrancisSt

I < from Pedulas.his"horse, "First of the Dandies." and Jockey J. Dowdeswell goes over the head of "Battling- dec3G3txi i Phone 1197-M. dec28-8lx


--, ----- -- 1947 Bendix washer good as I Plastering repairs stuccoing.mod
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new. $135.00. 1321 Newton ernization. Write Box 100 c/o

Hi TRIPPI. ANGSMAN WIN FOR CARDS ; T j WILL YOU SMILE? j Street, Phone 257. dec30-3tx ". Citizen. dec29-6tx

i I I
I I -- Kitchen sink left hand drain j i']Nationally

fr : 'SL ,Good Drunk Story Swing spout faucet, trap and j I will build organized modern company type of

1!' I I,i strainer.' $45. Complete.'!! Phone I i' home, fully approved in' Key

i- ,mot i A drunk staggcrwi into 'an 238-J. dec31-2tx | West at 30'", to 40't less than

I 1a Automat put tow nickles into, a j+ conventional cost Example: 2-
f slot, and watched in astonish 1942 Buick Super, 4-door sedan.I bedrom home fully equipped
New engine new paint, etc. A for
: $3,975.
1 ment as out came a piece of Easy terms: $25
cherry pic. He put. in two more beauty.' See it at 131-D Poinciana. j per month. We build homes on
r dec31-3txi i the "production line" method.
: nickels and
!. out came another I
j and save you a great deal of
piqce. He i
Continued
to feed in
New
1947 Sfcamper. 15-foot house I
i money. Write C.C., c/o Key
nickels
more until
he had Almost trailer. Sleeps 3. bottle gasj j West Citizen Key West Fla.decrt12tx.
a dozen pieces of cherry pie, 50-lb. ice box. Cutest thing !! ;

when one of the attendants asked on wheels. Apply Mastic Trailer I Itx j
, him "Don't you think you Park. dec30-: '
had better stop now?" i

i "Whatcried! the' drunk. Electric sewing machine. $$100.00.1 I i EXTERMINATINGFEC '

"Quit now-when I'm still winning Apply 615 Fleming, Apt. I, up- Exterminating Service .
j :;:!" stairs. dcc30-3tx' ,
i 11415 United St Phone W3-J -

Call Before 9 A.M., After 6 PJi.
WILL YOU SMILE; Used: double bed mattress. $6.00. II i
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I Paul's Tire Shop. dec31.6 t| Specialist in Roaches and Ants

, : a&it" : Scotch Story ----- -- -



his .b ,.g.gan i An Englishman -Io:>t his way BRINTINC

I 1 tramping in the Highlands. After .

rambling for hours he spied a Our prices are consistent

< shepherd.) ""Hoy!" he with
t
shouted
1 W" 'la"J t R our qualify work on
"I'm lo F
t. *
i i '----- -- ail types of printing. Publications -
"Is there
reward
CAT W ''r..h..t.< onny offeredfor S
1 stationery office
I ye? inquired the Scot.
COACH JIMMY
I CONZELMAN of ,the Chicago Cardinals %
engages "'Course not." forms invitations advei-
in 'a .
a little horseplay in the dressing room with Backfield
"WelL"said "
( Stars Elmer Angsman (left) and Charlie Trippi i (right) after each still lost"- the Scot )'c're a5. Using others.

had scored two touchdowns that gaTe the Cardinals their 28 to

21 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Chicago The victory i "FOR SALE
r gave the Cardinals the National .<'
! League championship. The Artman Press t, .
--- 1939'Chr'sler Tudor. Excellent :, :
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condition. Five Greene and Ann Streets '
perfect tires. ; '
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Oil men have foundAhat good poring the World War II cam- ; 1223: Von Phister. I' ';.r. oil sites often are found.in ;areas pain in France Gen. Eisenhow- tiec31-3tx Phone 51 '
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where there was an ocean and ,j er'sj 1 armies required inure than 1 G.C. stove, excellent condition. "I. .
s abundant. marien life a million'1' million -
'a gallon" of gasoline ever $30.00.; 1423 i
Von
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t : 718 DUVAL STREET, PHONE 1000 ; ..............................*s.*e..eeeeeoeeIf .!. ...... ........ ..'...............*..*:*eeee......ee e..**..e: & .

4", _p i I '2 Plenty of Action Toys for the ChildrenElectrical ,: ::. I It I s Electrical WE W E REPAIR SELL. I ITI T-I :: 1. POOR OLD CRAIG j i J,'

i. : We Will Call For aad DelherW : : WHITE STARCLEANERS :
Appliances Repairedtk : : Years Experience In Electrical_Work : Service Station. : V
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.. ......- .. ...S ,..,, J. H. BRADY. Mans;** PHONE I1M : h: ,-
6 ? e a eee" eeeeeeeeeee eeeeeeeei .. .: II A 211 Dnval Streelt : ; Francis. tad Drrftlfaa fleets *: .
... Marco Mesa Jr. Prop.
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i : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE :: : 701 DUVAX. STREET : : Tires Tapes Batteries Auto Accetsories :: W.:: ;

f'JHOMlisWRrSTOiSE i i .................................e....e........ : 123_SIMONTON STREET : Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE a| r : J .
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.. ta; 12 or DIVISION ST."H "NEAR COR.WHITE ST. 555 5 .a5.5.........eee.*eeeeeeeee..1 DRY ,_.............. ,
.. CLEANING.. 1i
S *' ci '' ; 211 SIMONTON STREET p. Q. BOX:482
W lour'I'aZtOIIaQe Izni d" :
CAROLYNlISf :
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0 e> ; j< PRESSING : : -
.... .. : Ice Cream NEIL SAUNDERS i : :
.. ...RUS5:4/ : *Proprietary Medicine s and DYEING24HoUl'Su"ic. : : Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. :: K ':
\\ : Sick Room S : : :; '
t '" I.7..v Supplies School Supplies : ; : r DONALD BARBER '

-t. ;o<:>.. ":(. :J t f.r.1.....'j..-." I..........Toilet......Preparation..J..........and....Article................ S SIGNS. i: S DELIVERY FREE PICK-UP SERVICE and y- We Specialize In : .., _-

-, i:. \.'>..-r.N.- :,:: Pl'ft"'Q< .orJi .p4 -.e...'''....'"...............eeeeee-eeeeeeeeeeee. : Sales-LICENSED- -: Rental* : PHONE 2112 : : Scalp Treatments e Hair Dyeing :: S.
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t-. I. ALL'I'TPIta Or HRLRNK!: OtTBTll .
} .. ""f.lCnf7r"' ''\ I .: MUMFORD and ROSS ,.5..5..Outdoor.......Advertising.........On...the...Florida......Key..........: ...................... ....Phone......175.............rEa.A1t&.........WA...B5i .e..eee.... .:. I

-. :. -. \. ::;:. I S ---220 DUVAL STREET : .....................' .........a.a.........t. ...... ............... ......................*.e.a..e........ .....t ,

'' r,ALASKA) p'Alosle .!'4 I Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for PRITCHARD ;, : RUSSELL'S i ST 'BEAUTY NOOK It : 't"I .

: : .":"' \ Carrier ; ; LOPEZFuncrtl : : Scientific Beauty Culture =!I :\ ;
w... F..b.onh Air-Conditioning FUNERAL in All Branches :
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:Gult ., ( Service : F ,,
\ % t : for Domestic Commercial\ Use DRY GOODS : : Thoroughly Experienced ,\ : ';"
I : 533 S. Xttabllibed. 1S1I ; Operators : "t.":
... D..wtoft PHONES HOME .1 'I
t; / ...Y......................................9150...... S llOt Ollrta Street i 0: ; Soft Water UcM Exchulfair : :
': I CANADA I; ...........0.....:............................... PRom: :113' : .: Licensed' Funeral 1'h0ne637 536 Flemlnj SU \ / : r

9 J_ : Lt ThOM Sere Who : : j Directors and ...................:..........................._ : *5 I
I' i HOT POINTi Sen. Best Specialifing : .........................-..............e.....-= '
".,5; (AP Wlrephotoc) : EmhalmenM.HCHR ; __ : : .
fSIRST S. : W. Have Never ta.. Form Customers. Friends and the Piiblic Invited! :
LT. VERN H. : :
ARNETT
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ELECTRIC
atop). formerly of : RANGES and APPLIANCES Betrayed A Trust- : i :Frances Beauty S'aloni i : .
Calif, was identified Repairs. on!Sewing Machine fc'All Electrical Appliance : We Never Will WeateaVApptrel. : i
mY' Air Forces as Rinnide'l : CALLED_ FOR and DELIVERED : .. prances Park. Owner :
ad. AMBULANC5
he :21. 60s Simonton : : 1010 GR1NNELL STREET .
Home : : AMBULANCE SERVICE : ; :
:Dyed, Turkey." ,which crashed {i. Appliance Ph..II Z73 W. : : : : Cblldrei's. "' : .; SERVICE : Beauty. Culture, in all its P/MMM ,. "

'7Jn''-.ilea the north bleak of Nome.sub-Arctic Alaska 95 I ................. .. .... ... :r. : ..J ; Telephone 5 WJ : : : : / Permanents Scalp Treatments S \r(

Rescue fliers sighted the down- .**...............555555....... .. .... NeTer Sleeps ; : non tU flight Mt : : Facials Shampoo Manicuring :
ee ee e e eee ..................... ........... .. wt ..:
:.ed::plane on the icy Seward .i aii e e ,+ I.................. : For Appointment Phen 1391Marion's j
(.Peninsula (mep at bottom) 5 R R HOUSEHOLD 555..5................555....5.555 5e''.5....... .. CM .............................................i S.' ;
viiearly a.week after the craft 11. RUSSELL .............................................: S
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!r JU.1all heard from near Kot- SOS' : (1\SA CAYO :
WILLIAM STREET: J. A. MYERS i .
:fiebue*(underlined). It is just ; PHQNE 831Re : .- 'UUESO :\ :
/under the Arctic Circle near I in SPREADS CURTAINS i Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. : !
BARGAINS ,
BEAUTY SALON. :
,the.tip of Russia's Siberia. RUGS LUNCHEON, SETS '
.+ I BATH SETS BLANKETS DRESSES ETC. Licensed i iPAINTING ; "Southernmost House,in 1/JS./ : ,
WILL YOU SMILE? :, Call 831-R and Goods Will Be Brought to.Your Door i : 1400 Dural Street Telephone! 13':! ., :
I!f .Expert Hair Tinting Hair: Cuttin i '" .1 .
ContractorFREE ,
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CASH : CONCH :
J or TIME PAYMENTS SHELLS .
Just Modesty\ I M ...............................:. eeeeeeeeeeeee' : ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED: Z :. AU Sizes .: Personalized.Corective Permanents Facials.Styling-....... J. : :. t

{iirs.Smith t. ............. ................................... : Telephone 9127 114<< DuTil Street. Jefferson Hotel ; Exclusive but Not Exp nsi i:" :
was vigorouslypowdering ......................:........ t COCOANUTSSPONGES ,...................... ...:.y.................
\ her face before going idouble t : Save 20% .eeeeeeee......................................eecee.....: .i .: ..........e..ee.ee ie. ee.ee.e.....S ........
&( do to all that
}Vhy you go Fire InsuranceAlla"lic -
!" asked Smith, who was : OD "dwellings. : LAWN Mainlananc '. : : : For More'Natural Hair : '
veiling. impatiently. I .. mere bldgs.a. II bouie.t i I r, bY' INSURING. with : LANDSCAPING PRUNING-TOPPING. -.. :. 4< 5 .5e Tinting or the Finest' : I :

t Modesty. my dear was the :. hold and per- Mutual Fire .Insurance Co. ; FILL..Top SOIL LOTS Cleared_ and,HEDGE Trfmm d. : : Will Ship to Any Part : in Permanent Waves: I i
I anent effects. .. .Also Lots of U.&-or Canada i
':'Modestyt"' .All Policies Non Asaessable Marl Hauled, $5.00 forwards.:: : : : I
: Save 15% on ; BEAUTY .
|""; I've no. desire to shine : Marcy S. Palacio
Mercantile : Cleared and Marl Spread, VerY'Reasonable' t' 1 :
ifir"Ye: li .". J : stock ]. 1;. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 ; : .... .
.. 40L South Street COLONY '1
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eeeet Next Door to the
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LOWE'S.RADIO i B. & B. CYCLE :SHOP:: : JEFFERSON' COFFEE SHOP. : i REAL ESTATE : : SouthernmostBeauty School .lIP'.....". p" .:.
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IH : 116 DUVAL STREET : ( .
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= 822 Fleming Street : LICENSED BEAUTICIANS .
: Open Daily and Sunday ,: : Sales ; I .;
i. i iJ : :For:the_Best .; : 5 P.M.'to ljA.M.: f1 : .'.. : i.V Appraisals) : : .. Specializing:in'the.Most Modern Phases ': ";!
S.iii : *' 4J I Leases : : .' .! : Culture' V '
: SALES andSERVICE : SERVING Ta Dinners j : '- .' / : of1 beamy ... 3
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: : : Rentals Phone 206 Appointment
i C Also A La Carte and Sandwit::' : Management : ,SE HABllA:. ESPANOLGood -- : i if. I

SERVICE i fie. : ._.............REASONABLEROMERO'S..: ..........Pn. .. ............ i e Improved end Vacant ; ...................-.... .....................
306 : DEALERS FOR : /...e........................6...e.. ......I : Properties In Key West : ..............................................

I IS MargaretStreet : Cushman Dayton Motor'Bicycl.Scooter : ELEra SERVICE The ; .. and J.Monroe OTTOKtPr. County : : Work-Wiv Prices : :

Q Steelcote Rubber Enamel : : Daily,between 9:30 AJ4. and 3:30
s 2612 HARRIS I AVENUE : .rw INEn
I.i PHONE 1301 i Rental Service : We Repair and Rewind All Type of : : ALTOR : :: from PJvL public Appointments by Senior ate Students accepted of : f

....". ..: Pick-Up andDelivery .:' ; i Bob Daniels.PHONE Proprietorteeeeeeeee 1013 ELECTRICAL I MOTORS ::: 91% V/hitehead Fleming Street Street : TheSouthernmost : !

.. .. .... WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : :. P.xus 124 and 736-R : p i
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...................... .......e...a..:................................. IJIIrI'JIONE 1184-Just Ask for BRITT-W s...................... i .
SEE THE NEW MODELS OF THE ; .......................... ..... .......... : of Culture :
;..ee..............e.. S .....................eee**ee.e.....y...........5. t.................... Beauty S !i :-
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: .: Auto MAJESTIC'NOW ON DISPLAY ; Arc You Covered Financially? i i INSUR'rJrr. S :' 523 Southard Street \
: : There are a number available with over 800 hoursof
I Electrical Wire Recorder RADIO Phonograph! : The Financial Renon.I M" .- n-" : state approved instruction' who know the latest ...
An Ideal Gift Liberal Trad -In Allowance : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians .
Effective fa 4il Owners of Autos and Truck ; : .OFFICr...,.. : ; under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
Service f''ji Bring Your Radio for Repair : : Drop In and Let Us Explain This Law to You Todfc! :: !' 2J ."no S beauty culture, dogood work at very low prices. Al- I

.. : Batteries "Slo" Charged ; : I' to A Radioman : Key West Insurance Co. i .,tEET : though appointments For Appointment are not required Stop, at it Is advisable.. :
; Starters and Generators : I" 24-Hour Radio : : Opposite Bus: Station : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 537 .:
; 316 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1371 : ........................................ .... S
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: IGNITIONMOTOR : I Repair Service .... ...........................e.........S.e. ... : PHONE NO. 1 ,: ...e..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

: TUNE UP ; J Jt 1 7, ; REPAIRED 3. : Just Arrived-COAT SUITS Sequin-Trimmed :
BICYCLES
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iiE.PLUMMER: t\ ; : Lovely DRESSES for Children! Drapes.Curtains
: : lffp AI! sMusicCo. : : FOR SALE : PortcrAIIcnCompany S beets.Pillow Cases..Combination TAELE and FLOOR : :. '
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: DuTal Street : The Latest .. : ) : MERCANTILE CO.
211. 629 Eaton StreetRECORDS ; ; 920 DIVISION STREET: ;:: ::z : : :

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S ; The Foundation of Today9 ; : Announce for Monday, Ow West
DR. COBO'S GOLF I Key
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"' .I- FLEMING STREET : : :_ BUNDLES up to 10 t* 45cSoap.
: Raax ol La Ccncha Hotel RALPH FAHALDO 'j'. PHOlfC : i FloorCovenng Co. I :
s I: '\\t : Key West Agent -- 2Mrjy&: Detergent and Bleach Supplied : Hare Fun! ;
;' \ : PHONE 124 :. : OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY i JLM. to I P.M..5555.555555.5.e..5555e5555.5e55.555e. : kET WEST GOLF CLUB : : 118 DUVAL STREET+ KEY WEST. FLORIDA : 1
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., .. August . 19,450; Daredevils .
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'FORECAST: I S.ptemb c' ; s -' "t' : 18,342ctpb t I ... I : ':. ; .r "
i :r 'i ii 4. 13.54S1 r Two dairies were engaged ini I ...'
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Key West and Vicinity*. Part; November I #.< ,...:.-.. 43.819'' an advertising war in a Western ]! .. I a : )1i.rt jo i

clcudy to cloudy and ,continuedlYarro f December: ; ;'. ;. ;-- 68,475Total city One of the companies engaged j ........ ..............M..K.m."M.; .."l".BllHHHlIiI'p. ,,
today thru Fnday.: Some daredevil racer to'drive f ta I '. # ,.
indication 'of \vldely) 'scattered : 'of L. J 506.112 car around the towith i i .' ,i : 'lEI"
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showers. Moderate to fresh I.January' S pUS k..?;, _,$ I,I'l large placards, reading: i I ., .. I, e. :. : ... III. i
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southeast and south winds. .__ ""This Daredevil, .Drinks Our I = III'
Florida: Over south 'pwrtkw 'March February, uu" __ 101,985 5,750 Milk." I II (.r tr.7>., I. 7 ,_ 4' r ; 4 ... 11III
partly cloudy .through Fnday. April ..---.s---.,"_ -_-- 48,242 I|: The rival company 'came! out I .... < : \' ,\J. ': .. j.. < '.:; \', j' '', -J.". ,! ; : .It.;. >" r- : -: .;' ,Jt; i'4. '' ,' .J f ,, ;.. 51 III
Continued warm today and tptught ; .May 102,140June with placards. twice as large, ; r i
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'and not so warm Friday.: :: .__:__ 99.800i r,reading I .'
Over north portion increasing July' .;: ..,i. 9-1201 I "You don't have to be a daredevil ;
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,cloudiness with few showers, and August +''T----- --.r.-- 176.620,: to drink our milk." I' ............ ......... ... .',: i ,
mild followed by clearing and September -,--=..:-.- 73.435 i
colder tonight' and over the 'Tallahassee -. October .,. ;.:.. 174,318, WILL 'Oil SMILE. ? 'i III ) i. i\- ill
area this afternoon. ; ''' .
November 92,47'11 :: id
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Straits East:Gulf Over through of south'Mexico portion the: and Florida Jacksonville fresn December TQtor: ;1 ";. -". .,.\. 106.98jj.: The Visit ,Quesiion i a .................SS......t :!. i

'southeast to southerly winds thru lI50,9141 Brs. Benhanr He has been disappointed MIl .. 'I :.
)Friday Partly cloudy weather $fore World War Ii:; Britain in love. b I tl
with'few showers-tonight. Over; produced only ooe-third of its i, Benham. How long has lie been I 4, =

.' ,north strong portion southerly fresh to shifting moderately to .food. i lMoir' married :tlr: <:::$ .. .................4 :. # ::

west'and northwesterly winds'tonight [ than i DEPARTMENT OF .._ ., q : :
half of British
and over extreme north merchantrsrup -j (Continued I ram, : Page One) I .! : ,. : : :: a
.portion this afiernoon. Fresh I World War tonnage. .11. was lost during j|| Those interested should communicate .. .. .' . ,.. ;. Vii. ;. ...' p;J :.._ _
I f northerly winds Friday. Few with the U. S. Coast III i ..", -
.showers this'afternoon; otherwise Because ,01 fires Americans and Geodetic Survey, U. S: Te) ; r I z ,. 'III.
partly cloudy weather.: lost work of .. I t t
time Commerce
""' enough during partment in I H
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Jacksonville to Apalachicola:' 1946 to make 920,000 autos.. I[Washington, D. C. 11 r J : l r U
No small craft or storm Warnings i 1
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West Report I II I .-.1';' _j:.-! 1"f, ....1. .( i ":. '.. .. .. .. t: .. ., < .. ,- f' .. IIIiii ..

Observation( Key. taken Fla., Jan.at City 1, Office 1947 ,I r r a -- -- r" : ,.-.,... s_ .. ei '. ... .. .; ,"... ...... --.. : ..: ., .H ... .. : : a
'.8:30 A-M. EST)_ j- II: : ., : :, ; : i "., j B
Temperature l. i .. ., ? .,. ': .If, ; J '..- .L;_ ._,.- _II
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Lowest,Highest last yesterday' ,night _'m_ ,nn__n ... 82 74 NEW YEAR = .j;: ," ..t:1; : : -"}. ( : -. ;

Mean -------------I: ____. _. 78 ..... ,. ; '.
Normal __ ___'__ 'K 68' :: .. ':" .hi"N bo.dy..was'ev'ersorry' ; : '
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PrecipitationTotal 4lr .. t' fed
last 24 hours 0 ins. .! .. i r
.nn la
Total this month -_. ._ 0 ins. .::. .,' 'I' .'.... .l.. i"
Deficiency this month ,05 ins. ih. rr H
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._. __ -. S. ,' :f he saved !" .
Total this year 0. -..0 ll1s.. :. . 'Jt M
Deficiency this year -.05 ins. m
Re1etive.lfuaidity .f t (. It's our pleasure at this time r r ;1 1 "or M
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at 8.30 A.M. t of the New Year to wish you r. "' r. .i ;.1'r. itii U
'. and all the abundant I
90% one ., .
Q Barometers' v j! i joys 1948 will bring you. Have .. ." t.! '' ,. .
.... (Sea Lent) 1:30 AM. J>' ; a very Happy. Healthy 'and r. .c .'L. I Wad;
;30.02 ins, 1016.6 mbs t tt Prosperous New Y4jJI: U
Tomorrow's, Almanac H
Sunrise ,__no. ___? 7.11 ant Rose Sootery .r. fi : M
Sunset: ___,_ 5:51: p.m El
Moonrise __,__n._*_..._--, .12:23 ajrn. 1 : 'The Only X-Ray Shoe Fitters E -
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'Moonset.11S9. pan.T1WES .,
., .123 )1IUVAL STREISTat i r .' r H
:I FLEMING STREET r ,! .. U H
Tomorrow f ', Opposite La Concha Hotel III. i i rI
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High
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k 1:41: aJiu 8:21 'a.m. .J 6i1T + ... ..
2:42 p-m 8:41: pan. .
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA' .t .2- .
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(bridge) .__..10 m1n. 00ft-, a
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(east side) --20 mm. i-i DRESS i .. st1. r M
3 Boca Chicaohr.. < i tl
itt 'sandy( Point)40 rain. 1y:1ar-JAu ,. r..
Valdes Channel +2hr. ;} : SHOP y
j! ..' (north end) _10 m1n. +1....ft. : : \ >H a
-.a' oOo "" Owned and.Operated by Edna Millerand Mary Caraballo (: ''I' fOR H
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Plus'sign-corrections I = i.u. j i SALE ..
I Dresses Millinery Accessories I r
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h 417' ; .DU\TAL STREET, Opposite LaCoticlia Hotel I : .. : :
!f1L1 YOU $SMILE? :: -;. ; i : H

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a ;(: ;t ;: A Very Happy and II j 7'.1. f.h'.-.J.t-' ".'. .' .f,,.", :.:
the responsible man i -
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here" asked the caller. raa
"If you mean' the Prosperous New Year I ;; .. .< L '.S. Savings. Bonds t. ..
always gets the blame" r a.; fiflHBBBBHIllNBIKBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflflBBBIBBBBBBBBBBBBB
ed the office, boy. "you're nlwer-I 'f M

j .ing' "KNIGIIT to. himnow WINS'' $100 To Our Friends and Patrons I r E Buy :'where' y wO'Ki buy where youbank rr H H


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, members,.of the committee, for PRE-INVENTORY; SALE! : H
,the cooperation, of the contes- i Sponsored by rI
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, I 't and ntstthe Karl..,Thompson judges in,the of contest the,local > I i'' '- :; : .

Coca-Cola"toraapny lOr,'the I : the :KEY WEST CITIZEN
part> '.each'and everyone playedin :: : 25 rr

making it was.Winners .the contest the success .- ; .i /0. 'f'. .tl.

will be notified. when ; = U. advertisement
official
This is an i* Treasury -prepared under autpicet rr
awards be
to made.
are el Treasury Department and Advertising Council rr
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Committee members' serving
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with Mr Curry from the *Jaycees :: REDUCTIONon I.i e ri
',were: Earl Duncan and / I I.I .. .
Charles E Pierce T ..
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The first life insurance company .! rr
in America; organized in _LINGERIE :' rr
1759, was called :*A Corporation I rr
for the. Relief of Poor .,d. e SKIRTS 'I' rr
Distressed Presbyterian Minis l f rr rr
ters and of Poor and DiStressedWidQws' BLOUSES d

and Ministers.Children. of Presbyterian = 'i.I I................. rtl
1 ROBES .
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I Although the United State Dresses r II I r rr
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I Used about six times as much Dressy ; r

power delivered through public 1. ...................
j utility plants in 1943 as it'did in Coals and Suits Ii = ...... .. ra
I 1918 it used only about twice: I r r
I as' much coal to produce,.that r a
I power. ': ,; '$ )}j i,: ;.?! : Maternity Dresses I r U .! r r

How To RelieveBronchitis 7 ** .: !. ,,' -- Slacks 4! =U ......I ........................... rU=

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BEAUTIFUL LIGHT U tl

: : I Wool Dresses i iI U U U ; r r r

Creomulsion relieves promptly lie- U r
eauae it goes right to the ass,of t.b, -- Hats Bags U r
trouble to help loosen &nc1 expel I.I I f U I
I Ktnn laden phlegm, ana aid nature U =
to tamed soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw:: tender tn-I SALE i U r .I r
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you must like the way, it
ouiskly allays. the couch or you ar
to CREOMULSIONfa have your money back I FRIDAY :


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WHEN, A COUPLE is determined to get married. New York,Cit '. worst snow storm isn't going I 1 ... dG1 4.. r I

''SL to V stop Cnrutopher.them. Thomas Mathis and his bride, the former Dolores Maber. take off in a sleigh from I .. '. ,1
church. SUl.n Inland
on a motorlesi honeymoon. Wedding attendants follow
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,. FULLER. WARREN 4 :: : 4
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Ma 1irind's long trek from Ed- '" 'ca r .. '..'.". 4
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tn'to eternity passes another
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.milestone of time today. A new I .. 1 .; i
year breaks bright and fair .
uPon'earth's more than two billion -i ... .. i :- 4 4 I
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inhabitants. Nearly 2 1-21 1f ._ E ; 4
'!1 million Floridians begin a new 41 4 4 4
f year. k i .. 4
1 jt Nobody; knows.what 1948 holds : .- I 4
I for the people of Florida but : 1AL .. !I : ... ; .. 4 .
J anyone can 'wish. It is wish 4
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,'.j that. we may have: I ;': f r : t' '1 : 0 4 c"
1. Continued peace. I ._. : -
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3. Continued high employ. I .: ::. .. ,; '. 4 4

went ". I 4
4. Reduction in the unbearably I I 4
high cost of living. 4
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frightfully bad roads.
6. More hospitals least one 1
inevery county. j J
7.'A profitable.market for Flo- j MeetABoy.I
rida citrus. .
8.. More longer-staying andfreerspending
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tourists. 'f .
.9. Another increase in teach- I 4
ers* salaries, and enlargement f=3 4
and modernization of school 4
\- buildings.. t I r.y Will Be CladTo Know 4 4

-1 .10. More counties to vote live. : 4
stock off the highways. .
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,f llA large reduction in. automobile I 4
accidents. FIREMEN. PLAY STREAMS OF WATER on flames 'sweeping. 4
12. No strikes or lockouts. through downtown warehouse in.'Phi1adel h1 _Damage. was .: : 4 4
13. No more floods. or hurri- estimated at $1.000.000.' Debris from crumbliDg'. wall fell on.a : 4
.canes.. fire engine end injured three firemen. The falling wall ala 4
14. More farms and farmers. ttila live trolley wire which fell across'another engine charging" : L He's just a lad with a bag of newspapers slung 4
15. The quick development ;,it with electric tr.: Thr e.hundred firemen: ;'from 40 engine companies ; _
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and' early activation of the :fought the flames"for four and'a'half hours. .. .
his shoulder basket full attached
Everglades National Park, Flori **"' T jt : over or a tohis .- :
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tourists-and for the home folks, i ., DIGGING OUT/; STORM KING'HIGHWAYrr i bike-but
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the,16 University A: winning of football Florida.team at I ; :: :: t '':" ;i <': .r=.. : Because he's ]learning about people, about finance /

17. Plenty of news-print. j; v. I
:. 18-A large crop of corn and .: .
: and how conduct business
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.a small crop of candidates. N""ii. ;!1:,.,......"N."h.. ...:, .'. to a through
19. The election of the right 'Ilrl" : l'- 4
man to each office. 1. .; :... ..: '. : his route. Bright alert he will also :
newspaper ;
20. The arrival of 1949 promptly i\; .t.."". !" ..

and on time. :jij: .' 1. ; }become self sufficient and well
... ;,.f' : ( poised, so have :
WILL YOU SMILE? I i :

Wasn't There I / ; a friendly word for him every day. \ : ,


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to find the shady side of the
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;- TODAY'S WKTHtlAYS I j.''' 'r t hoys you know to f

(Know America) I
: Maj. Geni William J. Donovanof 1.4: :
New York, wartime director I lpY Y N" 'F C'r : : i
of the Office of Strategic Services
: born in Buffalo, N. Y, 65 ti I. | : newspaper. on aregular :

years. ago. t t P .
J, Edgar Hover F. B. I. head, : .1 route ivell
born in Washington D. C, 53 I /1 :
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years ago. C. .
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Dr. Charles Seymour, president '. ,. '1 : assign.Circulation. ,
of Yale University, born in t {y 'I ., :

New Haven, 63 years ago. of i 't.. ... t:1 .. I : i

Robert B. McColl, president irScotland. I ,,,'!: L .....:-....::.. -...;...L.t.:4.4.: .: .L.IIE. {! !' .' I .
born
American Locomotive
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VISITOR IN KEY WEST : I: Brief Items Of J WILL YOUSMILE',\ ? '- - 1 r WING I P'and SHOP at j jr FOOD '

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Interest To Women Country Wise / LEES CENTER

liRECOGNIZES STORY REGARDING -. .. : ,// and PHONE "I
j Dural
girl from a big city, helping
the harvest complained *Son to Briggscs (:t Angela Sis. w: 94

> MEXICAN PRISONERS'C: RACKET a bull kept looking at her Mr. and Mrs. Dempsie Briggs, I tv: '"

: :; a somewhat menacing man- 13-B. Porter Place, announce j'I'r { .

1 J "; (College Professor Is .Fa..f the birth of a son yesterday in I.- I
I expert said the farmer,
) j the Key West Municipal HospitaL j,
Vniiliar With Yarn About posed to be a much large gang the four corners of the world for : it's on account of that red .
six
The baby weighed :
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involved. everything that' would throw you're wearing.;
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i pounds, seven ounces. I
i -. "The Perennial Jailbird -j, "It would seem as if the ad light on his favorite author. Now ; said the' girt "I know it's I II.
dresses were chosen .from the "a professor at 'progressive Bard ; out of' fashion, but just I. "
,. I -a countrjf bull noticing it." FOR CAKES THAT AREMASTERPIECES I.I -
professions possibly becaue College of AnnanialeonHud- I
j these might be..considered more ;\fOn. Brother Artiaian u one of I ,', We Handle the BETTER ;
,
::=The citizen recently ran a unworldly. .: .r ;;the":! world's' leading 'authoritieson ; YOU SMILE? I; .' .
I story about a prominent Key I Thelta 'Delta;;'Chi's' May issue Maupassant During the war :

Mexico Wester 'receiving the'a local letter businessman from 1 of this jeer had the following to years his collection; was aug- i i / GRADES of Nationally
offering
say about 'Professor Artine Ar- mented by many interesting : I
$125,000 profit if he tinian.: Eta *31: ,Items sent to him,by former stu- : Now! that we're en- o / t
would come to Mexico City and I "Maupauant Authority" i i dents serving their country in meat"A j you're going to give me a Known FOODS S
aid the Mexican to be discharged :;
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I "If you should suddenly require 'distant, Parts'of the world. His 1 j aren't yo i?
from prison and thereby share maximum informationabout ,scholarship and collecting zeal I : Sure, beautiful, what's 4 y 1
in i $375,000 loot that was in
telephone number?
the great master of short have earned hint top recognition :
It's finer quality foods that
b'nk-- bills hidden in a secret put
inclusion in "Who's Who !
!, compartment of a trunk someVyhee where stories do Guy de Maupassant, in' America.- :" : heating them this way in a LEE'S ORIENTRESTAURANT that "extra-fine" touch to your !
( -.in the United, States. you suppose your: best < QvenJ) meals. You'll feed a happier -
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source would be? In Paris at While at Bowdoin in 1927- I i/
f The' Key Wester's .amusingteply Ii ------ HAS: PLKMIX; VTHKKT healthier family-and saTe money
was
National Brother Artinian
the French library? 1931n ac- I / ....
Street
was .printed\ in The Citizen I Or in the British Museum oi tive in Fraternity affairs is wellas I; oil i is Used instead of a ... Owned Fear. Corner and Operated U !by tber besides! ,J
but the,, local man did not possibly at the Library of Con. in campus doings. ; fat in pastry making it Lee Family
4. want: his name mentioned for I' Immediate-I ; be mix d with the water "' Compare Our Brands and
I press? No not in those fami ly after getting his.B. The Only Antbeittle
I fear'that his friends wouldthink' i oars libraries nor in rather dis, he spent a year of study in r it is combined with the H i.....ray.......P..M..,.,...... (i/I/ CHI. EIIM IH! Key HEITAlHAJVT!W..t Prices and You'll
that he must have been j I tinguished collections such as Europe and earned a diploma > -'r"' tM.ISUCS ad ..-." ,*..... ''': Aliraxa Shop atWing '
iy'gUllible to get on the Mex-i the New York City Public Li- from the University of Paris before | DIM Ciyinrit XXXV Culicumi'i S.(... 'I' a.i CA'T'TYLE 4NeNICa' !
lean gentleman's "sucker" list. \brary or the Widener Library of studying for the 'master'sdegre twentieth century f i3h- / LUNCHES fe DINNERS
..the,story was read by a win-J Harvard University. You would at' Harvard He; subsequently have not only inspired ., t Served 1>.II* frm :>-- Lee'sMAY
[, fet yUitor to Key 'West, Artine I have to go to a town so, small receiveda;:Ph.D degree pped hems and cinched C"D'I'X I eC'rys'toJ 1 Faeeyt }}ed.e"d.ys
Artinian. 'Mr. Artinian is a pro-]that it does not even boast'of a from Columbna. : but. a more abundant use 1 We Cater to Parties WE SERVE OU
fejor at Bard College, Annan t|public libarry. to Annancii, >leton-'j Brother Artinian has been Iry $ : Weddings and Banquets THIS WEEKEND?
QaJe-on-Hudson: New York.,j Hudson,New York. .chairman of the Flinch Department J'
I This1:professor teaches French| For there, in the home of.Ark; of Bard, .College since MONROE MARKET TELEPHONE 411 Pu: r c CaneSu g ar_ ,"Our| 'Store Closes at 1 P.M. Every Thursday
literature l at the progressive co tine'Artinian. Eta '31, is what i isr 1935.! as well aV acting as,Chair- wm N. Knowles, Prop --- -" -. "- -;
educational<< institution: and is at' said to be the mosi'extensive man of the Languages; and Lite- 533 William at the Corner of .
I I' present, on leave of absence. lieJ.s :collection Maupassant material rature Division in 1933-1940! and S I trect SOUTIIARD STREETA
:: been associated with theftpw in existence-first editions( 194445. In 1943 he was 'elected I
:York College since 1935, .every book Maupassant wrote, 'a Fellow off the American Council Happy and Pn./wrm'J :-\liW YEAR
t TKi"is' staying at 1125 Pearl translations, books about him in of Learned Societies FSMIT14'S1
Our
to Friends and I I'iftronsNUMAID
tfrfeet t with Mrs. Artinian until of I
many languages hundreds; A bulletin issued recently by I I
]february 15, 1948. |clippings and pamphlets from: the American. Library Asccia-
J professor Artinian was much all parts of the world original!! tion lists 'a book by' Brother Ar- I
kiniued. with the' reading of the l letters that have not yet appeared -j tinian "Maupassant Criticsms in
WJtpr 'for he too had received in print. I l'l'AliLC I
France, as one. of the significant -
.., *ne.in A similar vein except! the I "And ali because a pupil inhe works to published. in'
(!lextcan! gentleman in Al ini. \ high school of Attlebcno;;1 I the United States during the i GROCERY
{ u'i.letter was a former banker.|Massachusetts, became so pas-;; ; CHAIIE OI.EO I .1
J!. thb nker had gotten Artini- sionately interested in every detail I _
Ih's.name from of the Prisdner's cf the Frenchman's life and,I
one
J See Our Weak-End Specials on the Bulletin Board in Our Store WHITE STREET HASTINGS C. S3IITHProprietor
: who .allegedly knew Ar-|I work that he began securing "BUY IT IN KEY; VTCST" 11201 Corner of Catherine Street PIIONE 18 =
Cprian in the States. =
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letter:Artinian over,turned to a friend the "racket"on theWJew i i STRAND THEATRE Prompt, Delivery ;:: = Here Are BIDDY'S SPECIALS Again-Repeated by Request of Our Customers. I Iy
Now Showing
Yorker" staff, a slick-I; "STALLION; ROAD" CYPRESS You Always Do Bt'lIerW '" You Shop at I II Your LAST CHANCE, to Values! 1
with the
magazine publication
Zachary Scott-Alexis Smith
hope that a featured article I I
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could be written on the- subject. Starting Sunday SHADES x: ARCHER'S I B""TIIt'y
"LProfeseor Artinian's friend did "THE ARNELO AFFAIR" I I pi
:research on the matter andthis Stockwell
some John Hodiak Dean' I NOW AVAILABLE ,SEMI-SELF-SERVICE MARKET\
is what was found: -Jfc| -- -
?-'; ''The,Commentator" for April, MONROE THEATRE i To Shade Thai '
i iMi published a story railed Now Showing I Hot, Sunny CANNED STOCK
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Tt:e. ,Perennial Prisoner" by 1 LOUIS vi. WALCOTT ParchKEY i SALE 1 1I
Stanton Deleplane. "Reader'spikest FIGHT PICTURES I FOODS
UP NOW
; published the summary Also-Tom Tyler in .' lAD J.J.IIP :
ill : the:! same month titling itTfie "The Lost Ranch" 'WEST- ((4)) I i
Spanish Prisoner's Rackit" VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY We Handle Only Top LIB3YS WHOLE or HALVES No. 2Vi Can LIBBY'S DEEP BROWN

I .. "ASI Starting ES MI Sunday TIERRA" 120 DuraL Jefferson; Hotel Bldg Quality Western Keats" i PEACHES ? Price Now 29c BEANS Regular Price Nowl9c
:
g '"Jn any event there was the I 36c 21c
Manuel Medel Estimates
Centinflas CALL. 1042 for
j exact the same sum of y i and the finest I
story Spanish Picture: I Juidily LIBBY'S FANCY HALVES No.. 2Vi Can ,LIBBY'S SLICED No. 2 Can
i rtoney, the trunk, the suitcases,
';'f; tile I83j ar- ld ,Daughter. The ------ } and) PEARS Regular price Now 41 C PINEAPPLERl5PrNow29cLIBBY'S
:*; t {yo fWfe"rences were: 1. The I taple( ( fancy groceriesComplete = 51,?
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TOMATO No. 2 Six
r4 u:, "- &. fsioner purported to be Spannot All i-i LJBBY'S FRUIT No. 2 CanNow39c II

iiTlid; 'French.'. 2. A sucker was er- is.' v/1 *' k' o" :*c'- Line of Fancy Fruits and VegetablesThe I= COCKTAILLIBBY'S Reg 4-9c; rice JUICE 2 cans 29c I

:>*Th'e. racket was first heard public is Invited to compare our Quality and our Prices LIBBY'S ROSE DALE SPANISH STUFFED Il
; GARDEN SWEET 303 Size
of in Seville in 1542. For yearsaji Frlciids 1 aiid PatronsKANTOR'S with those of Super Markets and Chain Siorcs. Comparisonwill ;= Regular Price OLIVES 8-0i Ju 39c 3.0L 25 I
) f f -,average of 10.000.letters a prove you always do better when you shop at Archer'st! l PEAS Now 19e 4/ .OL Jar 29c Jar C
month were sent to this country g 22c Libby'sVIENNA '
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:ftom Mexico. In 1940, Reverend I= LIBBY'S CORNED BEEF 16 Ox. Can SAUSAGE ._ 2 cans 35c I
Edgar Allan Lowther of San Phone Orders Accepted' for Delivery 1 HASH Regular Price Now 29c POTTED J* EAT . 2 can ISc :!
Francisco: received one of these HREPYTTflfflJ l 3& CHILI CON CARNE can 27e iI
missives (incidentally names oVictims f 9rnF ARCHER'S
have been filed for over
eo- '-years) and went to Mexico SEMI-SEU'SE VICE I! FACTORY PACKED SUGAR 5"POUND BAG 48C I
where he paid out $15,000 to a .
"prison guard". t GROCERY
*'"Upon finding himself the vic- tI I I SILVER COW I MAGNOLIA CONDENSED
tim of fraud he took the matter I 814 Fleming Street Telephone 67

up with ,Ambassador Daniels. I "The Store That Serves You Best" i MILK e can BclMILK . can 19clDel i
Mexico has no mail fraud statutes -
We Reserve the Right.Lima Quantities; ;
but one day shortly thrreifter vN u 1 i --- Heart's Deliqht. Nectorized No. 2 Size
two gentlemen "happened" I -- -_- -l;- ;, -- o-; : No Alkali The Magic
fc'cross: the border at Laredo, .. It I : ; ;; ; f'i..i- I I.I FREE No Acid, SWEll Soap PRUNES a . can I 5 c =3i
oddly enough in the company of f'i"t'l ''"''.i-: and, I BUY ONE BOX for and GET ONE BOX- !
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Mexican" police. 1 i I On the Floiida KeysPerky i Ihl Regular Price of C Absolutely FREEl! ;07' 'Lighthouse 3 CANS j

i and'''These Camilion two Vazquez Juan Barrera were I ; ,t, _-,, i I I!_ 2 BOXES for the PRICE or ONE!! Clorox 27 c Cleanser IOe jI

sentenced to six years in a fed- I Iil
*fal prison and were fined .' Lodge,

Three"Lowther others indictment mentioned were in nevr the I 'W"rt __ il ] Monte COFFEE Ib. 46c I


apprehended but there is sup- :, FEISKY, 1'i Oli1fJ.1 i Grade AA Medium
rt 1'1'
s Meat
I 16 Miles From Key West on the Overseas Highway j;!= NU-MAID Department I

: Shop at Smith's for lit-Quality Meats EGGS
k Announces Its Opening Any Cut. Cuban or American Style I
; TheWorld's ( A Ja1 t I Ij i I Table I Grade
i 1i I TODAY ; In Cartons ::

: i ,. TENDERIZED POUND'
I \\1 OLEO DOZEN I
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Most Rooms With Bath
Collages "
"1Flx I Iq HAMS Byllall( 75c 75c
Complete StoreAT I
i Ii:Q Restaurant Tavern ::1 39c --I

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YOUR FINGERTIPS rM := LEG Ib. SIb. <: ,.
M Our 1 : -T CHOPS 69c Western =_
Dinina Room and Tavern ate ojir-n to th Sugarloaf Room for dining is rntiroly finished in paneled | BEEF; STEW Corn-Fed POUND
x pecky cypress. This ensemble (with Top l Boom Service) ROAST 69; I II
ANYTHING, I has interesting water views from its many windows, and its I !I I IB. 69c Pork) (;hops lb. Pork Roast 63c
coziness and gentility oro unmistakable. Choicest cuisine
AND ''f a I available. Regular Dinnr rs. Also a la Carte Service.3OATS I I= .\ : IMilCKIHKNTS: : : FOR SOl SEc '_
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EVERYTHINGON FISHING ::1 A .=;I :TS n.of fresh FRUITS and VEGETABLES I

EASYPAYMENTS e t : OCEAN GULFSTnEAM CHANNEL IIII II Large ORANKKS: : .1111'l :ir() I

'I: !, (:II.\ CTEIC and (Ol'11U t.\Un I ,= 'OOD. Yellow TexasONIONS No. 1 WhitePotatoes 3

xlw.Rl .. 4.edoa.aa :! IIII I I- .05Y"D- I 2 Jb s. 25t- f 5 JI)IS. 25c I

F aeelce ':: I Swimming Pool)]
,- '. II Try .1 Birtlscye Fresh Fancy Home-Grown Large Florida DOZEN I

imonton and Fleming SuPhones ,II' Bailiiiliittm Sliu/jlt'luHird Ii 1 FRYER Cucumbers ea. 5c ORANGES. 33c-
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AN RESORT LOCATED ON SUGARLOAF KEY 1-.11'1.11'II I

j 15601561 L MEN'S SHOP II Smart .. Inforoal'I' I'_:. They Are Wonderful Grapefruit Oranges Celery Lettuce Carrots Squash i=

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