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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 3, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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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. 3 KEY WEST: FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1948 PRICE FIVE CEN1:
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HIGHWAY I } Of ,.. -.f I Millions Are GREETINGS; BARGE DUE AT CLYDE-

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leieerat .. T\e c.tI.... I Arab Warriors I ?P' :; Key West's officialdom will be on hand to greet the arrive of
Inconvenienced'Snow
PORTLAND$20,000,000 Me,contribution JaIL 3Maine's ._I r : ,;, the first barge in the new service: to Miami at 4 p.m. tomorrow at

to the sea-level motor highway I < the Clyde-Mallory docks.
FOUR SLAIN JEWISH
ARABS : Joining the Key West officials in the will be Mayo
ceremony
from Fort Kent to Key West a i ... Ice;
twin lane. 47-mile stretch of I SPOKESMAN SAYS TWO OR r .jIf. % Robert L. floyd. City Manager R. D. Danner end Traffic Manager
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hard-surfaced by-pass to the original -I f- > i. William Grady of Miami and officials of the Miami-Key West Barge
U.S.. Route 4. has just been I THREE YEARS MORE FIGHT- : : : STOCK MARKETS IN NEW Lines. Inc. operators of the barges. ,

opened between Kittery and this] ING PROBABL E F.r' CHICAGO'CLOSED i Among the local officials who will take part in the ceremonies
" citv. YORK. BOSTON. will be Mayor A. Maitland Adams, who will deliver the welcoming
Governor Horace A. Ihldreth I (.nr'late.' PrtJERUSiLEM Ii t
,. : BLACK MARKE speech; City Manager Ralph D. Spalding Capt. Cecil C. AdeU USN,
describes it "Maine's
as new Jan. 3.-Mem-
commanding officer of the Key West Naval Base and Capt Willard
front door. The speedway is hers of the Jewish undergroundtoday ; TEERS REAP HUGE PROFITS !
gauged to 60 miles an hour with I I made a surprised raid on r.. '. '*Saunders UbN., commanding: officer -
but three entrances in its entire'.an Arabic stronghold in No Man's ....Jt.4J those Portland!)I' I'I'L WASHINGTON, Jan. 3.The 'ATI' II"I"IArA
length besides at Land between the cities of Jaf- .. I II City Commissioner Louts Car-

.wnd_ the' vicinity of the Navy I fa and Tel-Aviv and fatally shot ( ... ........ ..... ....... Weather Bureau announced today I bone, who has charge of the
Yard at Klttery.Twentythree I four Arabs and wounded' an un- ., '- _. .---......-. ---r.- ,.. < : that the storm has abated Key West Twins, :: local for the
arrangements party
from Iowa eastward to the At-
steel overhead
determined number. "\ (AP \% reph..H<>.'
I lantic seaboard but has left First In 1948 !said today that cocktails wouldbe
bridges and two river bridges for it r
the Saco and the Salmon Falls' Two hours later the under- AN ARMY AIR FORCES FLIER (top) is helped to one of two small rescue planes piloted by millions inconvenienced and rt t served tomorrow at La Con-

rivers keep the road free of all'.'. ground stated in a broadcast daring Alaska bush pilots who brave -cw and cub-zero temperature to bring out MX army many of them almost helpless. Born Last Night !cha Hotel in the Town Room
traffic except to and from Bidde- that the Arabs were killed in reprisal fliers after their B-2S Superfortress crashed in the subvArctic 95 miles north of Nome. Alaska. Failure of power line;, as a ret|t
from .
5.30 8
to
ford Saco and Kennebunk.For I 1 I for the shooting of a Jew-, Bottom: Only the tail section an-i pieces of burned wreckage remained after the crash. The survivors I suit of their breaking under the Mr. end Mrs. Charles t tGroves. speaker's: p.m.A stand has been
its entire length only a few ish nurse and a gunfire attack huddled in the wreckage: for six days and found slight protection from gales and sub-zero weight of snow and sleet has left'
placed on the Clyde-Mallory
isolated farm homes are visibles on a Jewish funeral party. cold until the rescuers came. This picture was made by Bud Richter Nome photographer who I tens of thouasnds of homes- with 123-D. Pomciana. are !:docks and the entire section
I t I The spokesman also said that the of the first twins i
along. out light for cooking parents
the motorist speeds electricity -
accompanied the rescue fliers. Both pictures were flown to Seattle. Wash. I around it will be decorated bv
of birch and two or three years will'pass before Conditions that ;
Heavy growth pine _. in regard born in Key West in 1848. American and other flags. The
} borders the of is restored in Palestine > -- ----- -- -- bad northern New Jer-
spruce right way:: peace are so in .. I
I The first on a boy. was tUgs are to be furnished by
broken only by cuttings where and that fighting is likelyto I the today orderedthe
i sey. governor i
t born at 8.28 o'clock last :James Murphy of the Junior
trees were removed to secure j be furious and widespread at : Permits Issued opening of arsenals for the Chamber of Commerce, and Jack
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of night and the second: a girl !
fill for the thoroughfare. times. accommodation residents in i tl Clark commander of the Veterans -
Dividing Crass Strip I "Eventual! .** he concluded, .. I that area. I. at 8:54. 26 minutes later. j of Foreign Wars.
First post-war express highway, "the Jews will win." For Elks Annex The New York Stock M l'kct.1 Victory Bedding and Fur ;; As the barge: blips into the
to be completed in the United killings the : and the stock exchanges in ,
Including today's will be
I TO DIRECT OLD I nature Co. in keeping with dock she greeted by
States, the Kittery-Portland pike ,British command said that the Two ResidencesA ton and Chicago were. not opt'n'-- its announcement regarding ; merry tunes to be played by the
built solely with bonded today.
was : total number of violent deaths in ; Key West High School-Band un-
State of Maine has New York threatened the birth 01 t sins in KeyWest
The by
money. : is ,
Palestine since last November 29 der direction of Earl Dillon.
no.financial interest ,whatever in building permit was issued strike of tugboat operators. which in 1:.48. gave Mr. and
stands at 519. ,i Louis Berger Miami president
now USO PROPERTY
I would have i immediate ad- Mrs. Groves a twin Thayer I'
the projecLThroughout today to the Elks Club for the an I of the barge operating compan: .
its length a broad ,; construction of a $35000 anne;,f verse affect on the already serious baby carriage. I II i:'and other officials of the lines
strip ,separates the north .and to the Duval Street home fuel situation in that city. I I Il I.[ ,
Gasoline Tax Will The t by 1 will be on band. Berger sag re-
southbound traffic. 'The road I Represent Army Building Inspector Errol V. Sawyer New York reported that black l "v.,rte.I""'''' served' ten rooms a4 La Cencim

cuts the driving time between I And Uetiartmeiit 1 1I I marketeers are reaping huge Hotel for \he'party, from Miami
Portland and the New Hampshire Navy profits out of the adversity of
of MKtflti and
The will be of Mayor Floyd
building
lme .the Piscataqui's nyer.,from PaidJJyJUoriclaJACKSONVILLE.> TCIlIIJColllllreS I i con- the people generally and particularly I
>- ; Of"The YMC WKtle"lii I i t'rete.-block conshruction, 84 feet' owners'and the 1 "FriendshipTrain" City Manager D noer ace ex2,500 -
an hour and fifty-five minutes to 7:30.' A.M.E.s.T. j ', automobile .... pec4e i. makefeww fesasek.
1 .and 55 feet wideltvrill be '
i i long! .
miles .
hour and is posted at 60 city government.
an Locist 5331 "
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{ pe.-.beur. f r"ite.aetirm.1ea:;th '. '1 4eyweSt. --- y. aIr cwxlitionett( "f"'lh"ru ughoutCharles. Skid chains, which normally Given
wiTh but two, slowdowns whichare : ;'I Station- Toppino and Sons is the sell for $8.50, were being sold' too 1 Workers

temporary, Fla.. JaIL 3 Lesleigh H Davis, who hails Atlanta _____ -...:.____ __ 29 conti actorThe building will be day' for $30 and upward and cit'
Those-are in the region, hack (FNS).The State 'and Federal From Coronado, California, arrived -j Billings _______:.....:.m...... 37.' ready for \Vie state Elks convention ,)officials' said that a barrel of oil
of Kennebunk, half-wav mark governments have collected" here yesterday to direct : Birmingham i ',-i q 21.B riext Mty f.I ,* i'4ornially-costing $6.20, was being Snub il.NO'COMMUNIST Italy :.' Arrive For

aid for the,. ,-" 17'1: Sawyer also 'granted :building l? sold: for"twice thaltamount; ; I.
motorist in taxes on the :gasoline . I : .
pf shoiltdejcs and centerstrip! Army and Navy Department of Boston ____ ___'- 32' perauts.r tp c Hollon, Felton<<; : for ;a I Ohne Harvest
as .can be done in a Maine winter he has used in the auto- I the YMCA. ; Buffalo .-.r .:._ 25 frame resident, costing $6,000 I FileilAgainst OFFICIAL AT' :

is being carried on by1 con-' mobile he now owns accordingto Under a contract now being 1 t Charleston __._ ________ :IS in Fogarty"cf\'nup, between 6th $15 Suit I I!
struction crews at those points. Glen P. Woodard Jr. Executive worked out by the city legal de .Chicago n__ __-_____ _:......:..____ 26 and 7th strets and to Fred C. STATION TO GREET ARRIVAL i WEST PALM BEACH.; Jan. 3
During two recent holiday Secretary of the Florida Petroleum partment with the Army and ,Corpus Christi ___.____ :;2 Frohock for a concrete block Slore OF TRAIN. COMPOSED fFNS).--Nearly 2500 workers
snowstorms 17 power pk.uthsowned ; Industries Committee: Denver _____ 27 from Jamaica are being flown to
by the Maine Turnpike Mr. Woodard based this fug Navy YMCA which will\! have tw :Detroit _____________ 27 home in Reynolds street near I OF NINE BOXCARS i I Florida to harvest cane for the

Authority kept the swiilme ure on a recent survey made by be approved by the YMCA and ; FJ Paso ____________. 30 South sheet I Lt. w. M. Holmberg, USN. alleges I United States Sugar Corpwatun
road that the City Commission, the Key i ________ I filed en" The A..._lafri Pre'.> I
now from the new so thp Crowell-Collier Pubtahmg: Ft. Worth 37'i LIMBKT BERET in a $15 suit yesterday at Clewiston and for other f'f"in-
almost no'difficulty was experienced : -. Company, New York, which West Branch will operate ti bold j i Galveston ____________.._ :54 in the court of Judge, Ray LONDON Jan. 3.-The United I I I panics at Okeelanta and o'eIL-

by motorists. louiiu mat the speedometers on USO building in. Jackson Jacksonville ____ __ ___ n_. 41I mond R. Lord that neither of States "Friendship Train" was mere in the Everglades.
The road elur;nates about 20 t cars in communities of over 2.- I Square. I' ;Lianas City h' _h _______ ._ 3f'' the two harmonicas from Rose' coldshouH red today in Milan i I I The first three plan lovle

towns and cities along the lower 500 population registered an av- The buildings located on Mon- { KEY WEST ______ 70 Kissel who operates the Collins the communistic stronghold in total of 90 men arrived 1 hiss
coast. Original Route 1 COUI thouse and the. West ___ __ __ 68 Italy. I i
Maine of 58000 miles. The $331.- roe grounds Key Airport Military Supply shop in Duval I week and more were sched'tc'i:
serves the summer resorts Hf erage furnishings were purchased by loo Angeles _n 56 street satisfactory. Non of the city officials, were periodIcally. The planes fir.-I
50 does not include State was
Wells, Ogunquit. York, Kenne- figure the city over a year ago for 30. Louisville __ _'n h 30 Holmberg alleges he paid $15: present to greet the arrival of land here from Jamaica, time;
bunk Beach, Biddefoid" Pool. automobile registration fees, it 000. The building; and furnish- : Miami ___ __ 'u____ __ ____ 62I w for harmonica for his son. t. the train made up of nine boxcars workers passed through Im-
Popham Cape Porpoise; anal' was pointed outKece1ption ings will be leased to the YMCA. i I Minneapolis __ ___ _____'-____ 19 a unsatisfactory he stales loaded with foodstuffs for I migration are and then flown to
Goose Rocks and the cities of a : Memphis ______ 29! proved the of Milan. .
Davis here to take people -
comes over and he returned it and got I I Clewiston, heart of the sugarcane -
Biddeford and Saco. i New Orleans --------- 3.5 About 500 at the
To BeHeld the job that ha been handled persons: were I
Great opposition to the proiect rNew York n.u______._____ 28i econd one from the stoie It al- station when the arrived, i industry.
B. train
temporarily by Eugene Eddy.
i arose when it was suggested as !i Norfolk 31 so proved unsatisfactory h*
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a parallel link in Route 1. Basisof By Adamses who closed the USO after more Oklahoma City ______ 27 charges but when he took it but none was a city official II I Victor Larsen

the argument was that it than seven years ef operations.He Omaha'_ ________.__._ 23 back a reimbursement was refused Communist leaders in making -
would cut trade from the townsit A number of friend of Mayor has been in YMCA work Pensaco1a _____._ 44 aiiannouncement today said i I. ChieFSlcllc?,.
by-passed. Against tins argument and Mrs. A. Maitland Adams for 25: yeais A graduate of the Roanoke _______ -- -- 33 nothing about the "Friendship

was the statement that will attend the cocktail holiday University of California he first SL Louis .:....__m.._ -_.-- 21I Ti'am." Their remarks were I At Scout MeetVictor
visitors and business people going party being given from 6 to 8 p. started in YMCA work at Berk- I I San Francisco 43San Miss Ethel Iliggs confined to a convention of I t.

to and from the Pine Tree m. tonight at their home 1101 eley, California. Later he was' Antonio 40 Communists that will be held Larsen who organized

State would stop to purchase in Laird avenue. The lawn will be attached to similar groups in Los Seattle 42 Died This A.M.1.I here tomorrow Troop 52 of Boy Scouts in Key

the towns along the shore road utilized as well as the home for Angeles and Oakland. California Tallahassee 3" ht, They further stated that the West 10 years ago. and who know >

only if they intended stavin" the entertainment of the guests. Tampa .- 50 rerti ro strength of the Communist partyin director of recreation n
there or had business there. Pro This will be the sc:;vnd party I Then he went to Manila, Phil- Washington 35 I Miss Ethel Mae lIi gs.. 70 died Italy ha been increased recently Leesburg. addressed the s ou'.s
the
7:45 clock this morning: in
ponents won and in 19 months the Adamses have given recently ippines. When the Japanese dur- $ by 80,000 members, which last night at a meeting heM in St ,
the big job has been finished. inug the last war invaded the tJ""ior JVO"ft"' Key West Municipal Hospital I make it the second strongest political Paul's Parish HalL He spoke
I after long illness. 1 1I
So great was the jealous atone Philippines Davis his wife and I I Funeral a will be held l party in the country. with I about scouting and shewed the
of Bidde services
time that the city arrested and II a membership of two and one- benefits that can be deri/ed::
young son were I Clnb[ 'Will MeetThere 4:30 the I"tr tM.E.
at in
ford had an illuminated sign on Seek Divttrcvs tomorrow : p.m. I j jI i I
held until American troops lib. Church where the body quarter millions. It ranks now from itOther
a high building at a prominent all Petitions divorces crated them in the Santa Tomas I will be a meeting; of FOR U. S. PRINCESSES "rn b" placed Itt 3 o.m. Rev. G. second to the Christian, Democratic speakers were Scout-
directing weiefiled I
seking
1 Elizabeh's
of old \JJS This of Princess -
corner traffic through the crooked, hilly yesterday with Circuit prison. They were held in the I the Junior Woman's Club on copy hat has Lean Wells will officiate party, the leaders con- master Raymond Gonzuga and '
prison 37 months. clubhouse. gomg-away Burial will be in the family cluded. Assistant Scoutmaster Ernest
street of the textile city Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer by
main I been into mass production -
j : put L<' A vila. I
his
1945 Cemetery.
twin Since following return plot in City per
Saco. its I Bill
into
and on t Janet P. Jordan against
sell
from Portland. eThe to the United States Davis I which is held annually will be for U S. stores to Funeral Home is in charge of Members of the troop intendto
route to or Jordan and by Inez Kern against Australia

spanning direct route the is Saco over, into a the bridge city. Judson II Kern. USO has ben work engaged in California.in YMCA The and !t i.discussed................",....._"r'Y'Y'Y......_..........---..at.-budget..............price.................---/I I J arrangements.Survivors: Sister, Miss Lola Getting year held at Bartow their encampment, which they thi visited r

.of Saco and so on to Kennebunli family since has recovered their ::/ ALL STAR SHOW TONITE!! I Hiegs. and nephews, and nieces Nrlson. s! British Used Cars in 1938.
/I Pallbearers will be: N. P. i ,
Beach. As Avila leaves this
and Old Orchard normal health. Davis expects to ;t eveningto
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Sightly Back From TownsSurve'ors I bring' his wife and I6-'ear-old- i!/ Featuring /'I William Cullingford Knowlcs.Charles Errol MfcLBOURNL.(AP). Aus-1 resume his studies in the Um-
laid out the new DANCEEVERY West liv- / i Curtis Allen I versity of Florida Armando Rodriguez -
son to Key as soon as KnowUrs. tralia is now receiving: from
highway half or threequartersof I ing quarters can be found for i i/ FREDDIE BERNARD j I Sawyer and William Britain automobiles forced off was named si&tant
mile west of the short communities I/ scoutmaster
a visible them. English roads by the ban on gas-
some of which the are / The Only Act Ever Held Over For 3 Weeks In Key West WANTED AT ONCE!! coline for private motoring. I f
to travelers along superhighway :
this winter becau-i '/ BETTER THAN EVER!! HE'S SENSATIONAL il Waitre-e Di ,hva her Several of these used cars arrived -

leaves are off the trees. But i ill OCEAN VIEW t DOLORES TODD Dynamic New Dancing / and Housekeeper on Melbourne on the ship RAUL'S 1

the open season location of thE Saturday Night I/ DlSconryli Rooms. Board and Salary Antnor-specially constructed to
be de DINING ROOM .. Fla. carry completed cars. The Ant-
towns and villages can Direct From the PEACOCK CLUB. Jacksonville. "
termined only by the tips o f Owned, Operated and Managedby ;. Plus / Phone PIRATES COVE No. 2 I nor also brought about 300 ne-v
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(Continued On Page Eight) American Legion T. Luther Pmdtr :t SOPHISTICATED British cars which were driven CLUB I
CLUB JULIE IfANE I away from the dockside.
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rMMTWINS ': Honle. I BREAKFAST Served 7 to lye 10 A.M.to 73c : t 9IHI(){) .P.M.: -To Complete Show-12UO) M. '/ SAND'fs'GARAGE 1- Now Open f

GARAGE ; No Admission No Cover No Minimum f !
LUNCH / II
SEAFOOD
Hotel ] THEATER :
STOCK ISLAND Next to La Concha PALACE i On the Boulevard by the Sea
at,... ...... s.. Served 12 M. to 3 P.M. IC4 Duval Street Phone SOl
11M Auto 0.11'.1' Repair. Painting, ,U.uicby DINNER j;/ CLUB TROPICS j I "BKLTE FORCE"Burt I The Best of Drinks 1
BATTERIES CHARGED I 11 2 A.M. Daily
Fender Work THE THREE SHARPS Served 5 to 9 P.M. Lawrence and Hume Cronyn Open AM. to 1

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!_ P. ART"'&.. OwmerrB HeerJtORMAX .The other day we' read an article in This is .the age of confusion.But .

",; Prom D. ARTJtAJf.The Cltiae*.UulleUmaT..- atama ** which a learned speaker appalled by the -. that does not mean it need -
._ '- Corner Green and Ann .Str..* "Excuse roe, officer" said the 1 I Days Gone i ia4
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4 moral.-deteriora of modern civilization -: meek-looking little man 19 the an aje of cynical resignationto BYI I Information for tHe AdVertlaer
Omly Daily Newspaper la Key We. .t sad failure and of the
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Monr o Co..ty. >> -_ ," declared that "the Christian home 'I cop "but rye been waiting here J gradual' AS TAKE FHOM FU. roa U817ua' sod pATmrrr .
abandonment,of rights and principles Payment for ..*..m.. .&4. ._ I
i ". for wife for over" OF .
half
gutterMEMBER my an'' THE cmzEit BLACKTACat TTP,
.cond cU* must be restored. taTariably la .
.Btorod at Key West. Florid as ,' meats is adTSsa*. ? t
hour. Would you be good that took two thousand JAN. 3. 1331 ajTertl with I**
I enough ; ros-Btar *" U4>.
-_- 0.. THK: ASSOCIATED PIU'entitled 5 to We sometimes wonder where the so- to order me to move .on_?" j years of alm st continuous conflict M= I I will AsYcriUameaU ba inserted ia..TbJ.st""talAkM4 C1U* at coasts cbarrsd.may bar* belt adrsrtZ :

:M The for reproduction AMocUtted Preas.f mil U new.exclusively dUpa-tcne: credited called moral leaders of society get the for mankind.'to secure. Collector Frank H. the, rat. bet of the Ie a mlntmtm word fofsaefcsertlos. : ,. tot is-. meats, raUC&TIO! OB4DUXB ':a I.I.I
to It or not otherwise credited In this paper. aDd **-*"."""....a. I i No JtfcTb To laevto publication, ;
idea that the 'Christian home" has been one can minimize the problems ) tan first 11 words or Us :* :l.-
o- .lo the local aepu1.ltshfod bere. Ladd today turned over to for bloOkiar. typo Ic a be in lbs Citizen office jf ;
RATES destroyed. It is amazing how men and Radio Programs that now confront the nations lit Karl O. Thompson 14 Sher.1 word-rats-and .ts. ralAlmam tbe.rgS,fordock In thai nwrtttac .a. 1-.1 7*! '
fhwl SCBSCK1PTIOX -1...S ranging from the .terrible I the first Ji wards U U<<. of psbUcatlOB. 'I'II
I Tear women, in a position of moral and Intellectual I specter of unleashed atomic en rants against local : 'I
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ttx Months __-___ X.75ADTEK11SIXG -u.aV..eea....... &.. down who have failed to obtain alnrt1afl. I' RSCIPed nadir- tie following oa4ftloaa: iswans .
Monthsin to such AH
1 r tare leadership jump to the conclusionthat ergy temporary eoatrct, The 'SUa.. -
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Month LJ: pational licenses. OlLfasponslbls I. "I
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RATES rupt and that, people, by and large are "f Time al (Unaarelubtraek to Mlttrrt eundirtf.e..e bear ft**.*-.. I I number of these problems have Joan Elbertson daughter (.f part at tbs adVeltiSelOSOt w.en lbS error aecarL ; J
ecneanUla
J r.IT: Ifade Kaewm oa Application _ _ .Ii .. . \
steao.r-4 '*ubVV I I Mr. and Mrs. Fieldon Elbertson, - - '
: riding herd on the way to perdition.We keuri. .. .me local eutteaar cfiinee twe I added,to the, confusion:: They w a a a .p------ 1'I :
t SPECIAL SOTICBi towr ef reuy,te .< local ......... I have as the =old French proverb 1020 Southard street. who was HELP WANTED 1 I FOB SALE 'Y !
-i. "All: readlasnotices. cart of thaDk. reolutIOua can understand how a perspiring : rnrdevs. &be.- says made it hard to the operated yesterday for appendicitis I ....
nottets poems etc. will be tie : see ,
;3 obituary "
-' eharared C'ecpeet.for at the rat. of !. coats a line. table-thumping orator can denounce .' :i iSATUDAT forest because of the trees. They was reported"today to Colored boy for greasittg1 and1 1 t Lavatories. complete .

_v. wtlch' Notteea a revenue tor ia enterta.inm.nt to b* derived by are chnrcbes 5 esntjs a from HIMS. everything and everybody to those who !have obscured the fact that thereis be in good.condition. washing cars. Navarro Inc. i crate. Supply limited.reasonably. .C -":: .
JANuA3leja : ,
The CttUea U a* open forum and Invltea dia- ,, really only one basic problem, opposite! bus station.._ dec30-tf I Apply 520
issue and subjects of local or listen to his tirades so he can get them to StBrand
llion.f public ;... and that all the rest hinge uponit Key West policemen were I jaiiZ. .
tUacrsl l t*reat. but It will not pabiuh aaonymo.sIMPROVEMENTS ..,
ruDUIlic&LkI.... believe, at first, that he represents moral lC>>-Su..mar7 .f X' w_nbe in one' way or another. measured today for new ,uniforms Short order cook. Benny's Tropicana -: -...
N ewsat Every D j_*_ That problem is easily put: 909 SimonUwi Street. new ladies' wrist
order and Network itueto ; wati '
leadership of a high speaks : Tiro*-a U*
T ;- I Dane Half Hour mt..' Sooner or. later the peoples of jan2-3tx :i 17-jewel movements, set Inheavy Uk

: FOR KEY WEST I with the authority of the Almighty. We I I ':1$-Word Religion from and New*-D&C. the' world including the United Tax Collector Ladd announced 1 I'I' : solid gold: cases 1t'itb \
-eb
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ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I cannot conceive how intelligent)) thinking ':30-=XBC" Smpbony-nbc States will have to make a complete today that only 302 automobile Local young ex-serviceman to:, domed crystal pink dial Cfr

.-; I human beings can swallow the guff and !Saturday!: Sports ItIew-ebs and final choice betweenthe license tags have been sold learn printing trade. Apply I i! band. $38.00 tax included ll! I
Harry
Wlsmer
SpOrt.1oe chimera of "security" and the I Write Box 101
c/o
Citizen Office. jan3-tf|I Citizen,
Hotels and Apartments. I T* Bm Anavuue4-mba with a total of more than 2,000() (
: 1. More gaff which often comes from the lips o'f ':4S-N.w. and Commentary I reality of freedom. i dec2iL
:,. 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. those who claim to give them intellectua Jack BeaU CcmirwDt be There is a danger in using such cars in the county. He warned Two -waitresses. Apply in per- ', -__ _
"': 3. Airports-Land and'Sea. I Ia. Dance Music Band-ciba I words "freedom and "liberty" automobile owners that arrests son. Weaver's Camp Stock : Used double bed mattress $&OOJPaul's -
lOO-U..k ljin
and religious leadership. >bee Drama-cbs will
., 4. Consolidation of County and Modem Music Uusennv a be these days. Dictators and tryants be made January 16 if ji- Island. jan3-2tx'': Tire Shop. det11.eti

.: -- City Governments. I There is no proof whatever-that mod Hawaii Call Musician*-mbe7JO have attempted: to pervert them censes have not been bought .1 -

i 5. Community Auditorium. ern civilization has decayed beyond the -To Curtain Be AllrooulK'ed-d.Time Drama..-nbc out of. any'semblance to* their --:-- ;I :FEMALE HELP WANTED I II i Notes (Trjmlssaryj.: Ic eds.Azf.
: Challenge of Yukon-a be true meanings. Hitler, after all. Eight building permits for a I' man Press. Citizen) B14. phoat

.1 ,: ii:: civiliation of earlier days. There are many ?:4S-News Abe Broadcast Burrowe -SoacbiTwin robe established his slave- state and total of $3.600 were issued during I Lady to sell ;lovely guaranteed 1': niarlSI 1:

.. indications, on the contrary, that men and Newa Comment-n-.be fought his disastrous waf for December in Key West;"! 'ingerie, hosiery, etc. direct to] -

: MONOGRAPH women on the average have reached a GO-The B..Life.'anpunced-eb.of filJynbcTo world' enslavement with "freedarn" Building Inspector Harry Baker I friends' : neighbors. Big earn.J i i White outside nouse paint whiter ) I II
and1iberty'. as his rallying announced today. 23th Write enamel floor enamel
ROM Dolan. Petectlve-a be I I ings. Our year. i( 2.73 1ilt -
= Whom It Concerns: I state of morality intelligence and well- Twenty Questions < utx-nbaltM : calL Even so, the' real freeman I Thogersen Hosierjr' Co., Wil-.t Ion up. Large electric bea%;

To being not heretofore equalled in the his- -f.eay.Truth f'or'Coneequcnc*.-ab can be'described. He is free The Vagabondia one of the : 'mette. I1L janS-ltx I $9.75. Doherty & Co. 84C-Qi(:.. j

;, : When a businessman, through a tory of the world. |Jury to BillcbsFamous Trials-abe I to exptesoh1s. opinion, whether, world's' most palatial yachts!' via. corner of Packer. PIxxw \
Hoapltabty Club ntb or:not -isin. ,. ,agreement with I
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dodges TORRENT 1597.
.: technicality in a contract, owned by William L. Mellon of1 dec29.-
-mere The Christian home so loudly laud I55-ri IYe Jllnirte NeacbaOSa1urdav : the':majority: with the government ;I -
that despicable act brands ,;( Hit Paradlib : He '. Pittsburgh, arrived in Key West i'' -
'a debt in is free to
: .7; just ed, does not exist except through the --. Davis -Comeij-cto power. today. : Light housekeeping rooms, $5 1940! Ford station wagon. Very
as-nc pl He is free
: :. him forever as a person not to lie Gang Busters Drama-a be worship ses.. $10 per week. -tll WiUiam St.:I clean. Price reasonable. Moo-
of individuals inspired by Christian -
.
presence Step 1* Car Show-mbsf to .print, what, he; thinks in a '
trusted. :30-Judr Canova Show-nbc -elsewhere Leo A. Levy, attorney and 1 dect.lmox'Furnished ) I roe Motors 725 White-SL
ideals. Even if one discounts the Vs.urban llonroe Show-cts newspaper* subjectto .. .
=-: THE ORACLE. professional and hypocritical Christiansthat Murder and Via ton* -a be theold-established, laws of li-i i businessman of Pittsburgh, and I four-room apartmentsImaid i I I- nl.'I
Name of Sonic 7 exist there is little evidence 10:00-Kay Kyaer College nbcSaturday and janitor'service, linens i I Four-piece bedroom suite, good
undoubtedly local waters and
free to:work or: not to work: andj yesterday; .
Serenad.cbsProf. .
II and all utilities ..furnished.j condition. 1006 Southard StJan54tz'
x-..; that the number of sincere and devout Viol la Quiz-ab.: to' chan e"-jobs ,of his own voli- brought back a large catch,, in- Coral Hotel Apts, opposite Post I I ,
NEEDED Chicago; Theater-mbs
ENCOURAGEMENT tion without, dictation from employer cluding a 300-pound hammerhead '
I
: Christians has diminished in recent 10:30-TIIe i Grand Ole Oory-obc. i Office. .:dec23-12tx I
;:t6 To Be Anaouncedcb.Hayloft labor leader or politi- shark.Mrs. : ice : : ,
Bicycle cream cart $12100.
.. Hoedown-abc cian. He is free 'to' for public
generations. run
record in Key Office in downtown Key West.$75I for cash.
: Last year's building 10:4S-Dance Band Spot-cbe !i Cheap 1021 Pac& ,
One of the favorite dissertations, 11:00-Xewa & Variety 2 brs.-nbc office' on'any platform he devises Raymond Maloney who : monthly. Apply Citizen j;r Street rear. jan3-$9t
f for residents, but Hews\ jor to vote for the candidate the in West .
West is' cheering news Variety. Danc. 2 hr -cbi spent holidays Key Office. .- janl-tf I
when leaders the of the
subject
get on News and Dance HourabeDance or'his choice. He is free to
of visiting relatives returned yes ; 1935 Ford. 4-door de luxe sedan.
in improvements 4 c M. Downey-rob*
there element
L is an in the assertion that the advent of in business under a com
home engage
11:30-Horn's a Krackln'-mb. terday to her home.in Tavernfer. House for adults thre bedrooms ::; that nature that is hard for anybody to the wife as a worker and home-maker is, 12.00-Dancing Continued-abcwcit I'' petitive system which He penalizesand $50.00 a week including utilities !\ vision St. ]'anl.)
Dance News: Hr.-mba favors none. is free to : ,
understand. in itself the of the theoretical deterioration Today The Citizen says in an until January 31st. Phone i i1021J.
r cause determine his own destiny and '!
editorial jan2-3txl! Beautiful 1940 Ford superde lose
paragraph:
-r You have a vacant lot, and the assessment of American home life. he is not the tool of the state or ,
"We arefor, peace but. we du I 4-door sedan. fully equipped.
I I other interest.
on it is based on the lot's value. You In the years past it was the task of I Tint NETWORK Is eastern standard.PROGRAMS FsrctfU I any These are not separate unrelated not expect' to get it running: Storeroom makes nice gift shop.'!i Very reasonable. Tony's Place!, cI

\ construct a beautiful residence or an outstanding the wife to be an economic asset to the I tral standard subtract. ens hour twanaurs. for entites.-Every last one of away from gangster nations." Apply Post Office Inn.. ,{I I 603-605 Greene StreetPOULTRY -. '
subtract >
standard
I mountain jan3-ltx: 2-
1a
:- business building on it, and family of which she became a part. With I I ..t Some relay local ta:fit stations local schadulc clvinarhwr I I them is, dependent on the others. !, ".. .

; :' thereby promote the progress of your city, the passing of pioneer days and the some I Last minute pragram chaises can When one 'freedom is lost all TODAY IN HISTORY Spacious two-bedroom home,I I -.-
not Ire included, .. dictatorship
the r st areendangeredNo furnished. \!
beautifully Large
q :: and you are penalized for making the improvement what rugged existence of that period, the t_ : beenestab- (Know America ) :
has
-' ever lotwith tropical fruit trees at:Baby, chicks. blood tested,, SEis
. -; for up go your taxes' in both modern wife if she wants to contribute SUNDAY' JNUAI4;, ..F;. lished all at.once. A right is abrogated 1777 Brilliant American victory North Beach. Contact owner,!j Rocks Leghorns unsexed, $ i5I

.: :-'. '.. city and county. \ to the uplift of her children, is very often -''''''naeew::< ._.'toi ..' "'- ':".1. here, another there; the over the' British 'Prince 1319, ,.Olivia Street Ph. U64"W1]'I per 100. Jumbo broiler chicks I
"'! : ,state 'seizes 'business, then takes ton N, J. jan3-3t,i. $1.95 100. Ship COJX
Ii Consider the Kress building in course compelled to face the economic facts of 10-Am rJ a, United; Fornra-nba'People's : per
Platform. Foroi*_beam 'over thej; labor unions; new "interpretations' 1831:-Country's first building London Poultry Box l&H

t ::: ef construction at. a cost of$100,000. Before life and'secure employment.We Pettingl Shirt; Com!; Talk.,n\--akcWin. nt>aw; 'I 'are placed vn the and.Joan-: association formed at WANTED! TO'RENT ;J Trenton N. J. janS-lt.

:; on,. ttu tion" wait b 'gun; the.ffit had hav, observed the results of fam- I:1s-.X..CCmmegtJl'-aoo.., :rights of.: free speech,'and assembly Frankford: "Piu, the..Oxford : ,'' '
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:: three' stone walls the remains of a burned SincJng-Caaarm-inba-baaid t --so it/goes step: after step Provident Building Asfociaitph. Threeor lo r.rom furnished /,, ROSES :
4 ily ]life in Key West. We cannot say that 1:30-Chicago Ronndtabl*-nbc I l until the job of despotism is 1911""': Experimental Postal apartment rott&g- Adults >>- -= -.- ,

e :., out building. When the work is completed i the wife who accepts employment to augment Sammy Doorway Kaye Uie-cb.Serenade/: -abe. !completed. Savings Banks open. only,-no pets. Call 466-J before :Rose Bushes-World's best Hlfits

:-: the building will be a distinct asset the family income and to make possible 2:00: -To Robert Be AIlDOunced-mti.Merrill Concert-:Bttf, Dictators trade on fear-fear 1918-Over nine million regis- 4 pin. janl-3tz !i on care and culture. Free.IIh.
r
West and the taxes! CBSisTbree-bs ." 11!of fear of hunger fear of ter for draft-World War I. : trated catalog. McClun Bros. 1
want
to
= Key yet, up go
advantages
: : I greater for her children Ice Sweetland Show-abc FOR SALE I I Rose Nursery Tyler, Texir"REAL
.. The Citizen always- has felt that is Stephen Graham Uraraa-mb I cold, aU the natural material 1920-Government starts credits anl
home
guilty of :
family neglect. Nor ,
or !
I,
-tbe for European rehab litat
2:30-.es. Shelton 1 Concert !tars. They promise maXImum s. :
; : there is something wrong in that type of can we truthfully assert that all the families The Rob Sunday Reid Sines Vepers-ec-
.. reasoning in assessing real estate. We do of so-called intellectual and spiritual News: Veterans Panel-rob* :, confused people. they en t Court holds labor unions bound brushes. Murray's Plumbing I I '

:: not know what the procedure is now at leaders which we have observed in our 2:45 3:00---To Music Co Farad Announced*. Comment-cba -nta I tice. And this poses another I by the anti-trust laws. 1532 N.W. 62nd Street. Miami i!\r For any kind of properties in Key
New York lTiilharmonic--cbs question: Can, a people in return 1929-The Rockefeller Foundation Fla. Phone "73421. janl-tf West be it home or' business
i
: Miami Beach but do know that
we
several years have given conclusive evidence of ax&ie... rama-abc I of their
Doc for the surrender formed by including the i\I I contact Paul Boysen, 628 Flf n> i
Theater f Songmbsba.ic3:1iJiinny
:7 years ago, Miami Beach taxed a vacant what the emotionally-minded choose to : <>Thompson-.bc freedoms obtain more goods, a I Laura Spelman'foundation-;assets 1939 Chrysler Tudor. Excellent: i i I ing Street. Phone 153. :!

Zi : lot at its full value, and, plus the value of denominate the "Christian home." 1:30-One Slams 'amUY-nl e' : higher standard of living a over a quarter-billion dollars. condition. Five perfect tires. :| dec22-lltx. .
Week Around World-abc I| of protection Von Phister.. dec31-4tx I
= the lot, improved property at one-quarter Viewed over the the humanrace The Juvenile Jury-mba greater measure 1229 I
:: years, 4.-00-QoU Kill>. Joe KenabeAre I'from adversity? 1931-Historic scene of 500 House for sale, 400 sq. ft on your
its. valuation. seems to be making steady progress Tbei-e Our ChiWrrnT) -abliouM The question answers itself. farmers storming. the business Alto saxophone. Call 344 or Victory -I!;, lot. $1500. Write Box 100,
: : A year ago The Citizen told a story along desired lines even if, so far, ,we haveno 4:30-Municana of ilj of ttrj Oiicspo-nibs-nbe !:I The greatest material advanc\i- centre of England Ark., and demanding Bedding and Furniture J 1: Citizen. decMISCELLANEOUS -$ I

1 ::: of a man who had intended putting up a specimens of perfect humanity in Key To Opera Be Auditionbe Announced- l a \! ment in the history of the world food-deplJssion! attack. Co. janl-St!:
1943-American
has been in the nation where planes
Detective JI.t.rlu-mbll
,
J = $30,000 building on a lot he owned but I Solar water heaters. .
Tunisia Large neat-
1:00-The Sandar Theater-tt I there has been the greatest the enemy in New Guinea >
West.We
when he heard that the assessment wouldbe have been greatly impressed with To Kill Ie fiance Announced AdTentnres<-U-abc I amount of freedom for the individual and in St.' Nazaire. France. lug units lOO-gaL eaVY- \Ity:'i Picture framing prints itiplornas i iI

increased that amount he decided not the efforts of so-called The shadow Drama-mb I -the United States. It is 1945-U. S_ 1st and' 3rd Ar- insulated tank:; Can be had for water-colors. 614 Francis .
z. to make average men and I'S-Th.Two l>bn.. Musk?-t Is not accident that the pay of the I'I'i mies attack the northern sali- small monthly payments. No 1 I I SL Phone 1197-M. dec% -8tx'
: %improvement. women to give I 1.30 Phil gpttalny Uhlb : i down.
advantages to their chil. Counter- Spy I,rahia-.-!Sbc average I :American worker ent of the German army, in Bel) money Guaranteed Or-'
t The present mode of assessing real 1 dren and by the sacrifices that these parents Quick aa a FUsIi-ntm I measured in .ferms of purchasing gium. der now for immediate' delivery. Plastering repairs stuccoing niodernization. ; .
$:45-Sunday Commeeiarl-t.I> Lee Bros.,Neon Co.. 614 GreeneSt Write Box 100 tji
estate should be changed in such a manner inevitably make. What do and I power,:*is ;tensor a dozentimes 1946 .- President JTruman'sbroadcast ;
they '
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... ; Phone 4, Key West, Fla.sept6sattf. Citizen. dec29I
h. I
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that" Russian the people
that will the construction of oft -thaverage calling on
encourage how they do it, does not always have the 00-CathoHc Radio t'ehke-DW I .
worker.A still better influence convenes.A
comparison to Congress
N'. }tiuildings) in Key West and other approval flies Stevens Time-cl. Swedish treatments
every of
self-appointed '
censors of human I massage
abc
'- Drew "arsvn Comment- is found with present-day
Those Vvbater*. IJrl1nmb. 1940 Studebaker Champion, 4-1 I 300. $5.00 $..50. Ladies only.
community.
life. human transferred .to
This is which being
nothing to worry about. I England. the country to door sedan. $700.00885
:19-Ntws: 5umniaryab630fIoIiyaoOd : ; : Poin- For appointment Phone 55. '
'..a Preview-nbc I we are bound the closest by the the planet Mercury would be ciana. jan3-3tx, jai34t
Percy Faith L'oncrt-cba burned death by the sun's j
: INSISTENCE ON PRIVILEGES I ties of a common language inheritance to
It's weasel-minded Ureatevt Ever T.-aba
a mart that blamesthe Story
Nick: Carter. Petectits-nbs! I and tradition. Socialistic heat, killed by its ultra-violet 1937 two- '2 ills of the world upon the Almighty.The lOO-Jaclt.Denny Comedy-;sifccTne I :-which caa be the vanguard radiation asphyxiated from pply J-4 Ft Taylor. will) build modem type Of
S.' The United Nations faces some constitutional Gene Autry Shobm: of has aggravatedevery want of Oxygen and desiccatedfrom ". I
Child's World Furum-abc dictatorship- jan3-ltx home fully approve
:.: problems, closely interrelated proper way to reply to most arguments Sherlock:and H&memb.7:10Phil A.W.-nbc. English economic: probe want of water. t: West at 3001 to 40 C, less than

C to the question whether there shall)) be is JU..rKll.-lha"vnd", Cwmedy-eta lem. It has produced less goods Store equipment-One refrigerator -I conventional cost Example: Zbednirn -
to turn again to your own GsplorlfiK the Unknown-abc I for export, not more goods for A cold blooded animal is one display case, one R. C. Allen|,I home fully equipped.for .

= majority or minority rule. work. ..O>-Gabriel Edrar Hotter Ueraen.Shot-.I.Cbarhi.bsSam export; less coal not more coal; whose temperature varies with cash register and adding ma-'! 3975. Easy terms: $25

; 0 The principles of the international Siude Adesatures-eb. I I less agricultural production not its surroundings.of chine one 14-ft, vegetable bin!! per month. We build homes oil

._4 :.t organization have been stated in rather TO REWARD Th Detroit_ Mediation yjrntbhony! liourd 11--mba b. I more agricultural .production. one computing scale (capacity' the 'production line" method.
FINLANDA '.30-Fred' Allen C..med-nt.c I Worst at all it has sapped the it is that if it is comfort ur .6 Ibs.), one hanging scale (capacity and save you a great deal of
clear-cut
.'. :: terms ant the veto privilege thai The J.hn sea Man Cuinmenturynitis1:45New Called X-vbv I energies and ambitions of thepeople. money that it values more it 20 lbs.). one meat slicer, money Write C.C.. c/o Kef

:; belongs to the big five represents something proposal has been made in Congres l3ruadeaet-mt.a ,There can never be will lace that too." That says it six baskets grocery store gliders with West Citizen. Key West Fla.

:_ ) of a. privilege. to reward Finland which steadfastly ';$>-Five Mlnutta ...ie..netbsOMrryCo.iO.undnbc ('progress in a state where individual all in a sentence. 8 ft units., high-grade All shelving inj I i dec3llItaWashers
equipment
f* The of this nation i that nev*|
hope
I; :: Secretary of State George C. Marshall I continued to pay its debt to the United M Walter-et Corl.rd.Wlnibell. : Tiin.ai.cMeet r. skit, -its I: and opportunity.discouraged initiative I our people will profit by exam> two weeks ago. See Tom Reidat I irons vacuums and
I enterprise are Reid'
) recently warned that the United Nations States after World War I )1.l at iarbyambs5:1Slloiiywuod Grocery or 1020 Geor-I; fans repaired. O'Briant Phdn*
:: by providingthat / I I and the government does aU the t' pIe. The hope of the world is thatit gia St jan5-6tx 1 jan2-tf
umment-.s.c; 1164-M.
organiation "will endure if all further will be able to break the _
never ments be _
thinking.
pay set up i in a ': -Album a f FamilUr Music-nbaTnnr j ----- ---

:; ::. there is insistence on privilege to the special fund and used for the educationof Theater:Martin.liHild Alan......r-.I\'utrtnt--t>(: I I I The super-State is not only II j jI shackles of mankind of oppression.lies in a reaffirmation The hope- ,

2 point of frustration Jim Uaci;>ua Cvn>v.Jy. -mbn I I spiritually barren but materially RIH1INGTheArtmanPre "
of the collective Finnish youths in the United States. of the rights and dignity of ; =
10:00: --Take U <* Leave It-nbc inefficient. When we attempt to I
;
: will.)) The idea follows Christopherella.. Drama-eta the individual.
the precedent set \oicca of Strmica: -..ba' :.trade freedom for security, we F

7; The Russians have used the privilege after the Boxer Rebellion when the indemnity 103O-H t. c. HeidC, 'SJh w-nbcStrike j[, lose both .This thought was perfectly ; I Our prices are consistent

-4 of the veto to the point of frustrating the paid to the country by China ; Commentary It Mivn...f Quiz-tb.Moie -abe- I I expressed by Somerset Hairy Markowilz Inc. with our quality wori? C4
.atl1l-.Arnwk-aR ,
Ssrsoad.-mb. the most distinguished
Maugham,
: collective will, although the Communists was used for the education of Chinese students 10S' -IS"CWy' Wte4 Tri>-aUc,.;, I living British novelist, when Formerly of Markowitz & Beak,J all types of printing. .Pub&otions. -

; delegates! have defended their actions asa in the United States. The amount involved 11:00-:1 Nsw: .,.,\'&'arl.IIna.z Variety > .Inscbtsw -" he.said: -If a nation values anything Plumbing Operators Miami Fla. stationery cilice

:; legitimate use of the rights given to the is not large because the :"- ,. and iancs- nendiabo. more than freedom it will; IS BACK IN BUSINESS IN forms invitations adrer-
original ,
Z New Dane* Band t tat*-mba MIAMI ON U.S. HIGHWAY No. 1
minority. debt of Finland was only $8,251,926. The 12:00-DaoUir: e'ontklued"U- I I lose its freedom; and the irony I II. NEAR JEUNE ROAD 'Using others.

.- reward to Finland is based upon the fact 1 U 'il . a a Visit Our Showrooms-Carloads
; Isn't it how I.r STROWO ABM feRAND COFFEE I of Merchandise in Our
provoking little value that the little nation has not defaulted in Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good Warehouse and Yards

& other people, place on your time its payment on the indebtedness and by I I TRIUMPH HARRY MARKOWITZ. INC. :55w.I

-="r' recognition of the fact that the Finns are STAR BRAND I COFFEE PLUMBING I Grrtn uid Ann Strtt

:. .t-4: Any achievement that is worthwhile now in somewhat difficult !circumstances AMERICAN MILL Phones 4SSI2I and 48783 Phone 51

: '. and, apt to last is the result of steady, as a result of the peace treaty forced Upon I and CUBAN 'COFFEE at 370 Near 590 LiJeun Dixie Highway RoadMie.mI s :

R.-t if slow, -progress.. them by Soviet Russia. !I -Try A Pound Today__._. I All Grocert 33. Fla. ,j

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fi Key West and Vicinity: Partgiyclbudy (

today, tonight and I. Sponsored by City. Recreation
I .Sunday| ; not quite% so "Warm.f .,,.': Department.,". _*. _
;:Gentle to moderate northerly)
: t winds becoming variable. HIGH SCHOOL.Gnl. h +
'It
_,. Honda: Generally fair today. : (Night Games)

.i stand- tonight; not so warm extreme -,j I

. :- south portion, otherwisethttle ." TUESDAY II
';}t change m temperature.,I '700: -Boca Chica Marines vs I

:\: er. Sunday increasing cloudiness i Independents 1 I .
..,>end warmer. 8:00-Wilkie vs. K.'W. Transit II
'. 9:00-Beachcombers vs. Th<< I
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:1 *. Jacksonville Thru the. Florida | Conchs. :.* t$ ',. 4 .
Straits i and East Gulf of Mexico ,
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: Gentle'to modrate winds I -
'L "-mostly northwest o '' : .P.C. 613 vs. K. W. Eleci -
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tonight f 800: -Conchs vs. Naval Ord--
and Sunday. Generally) fair .
nance.. *& *. '
?,,+weather. I]{ '9:00=Sonar School t t :-vs. 'PCS r CIS E
,. Jacksonville to Apalachicola l'I 1386.
*no small. .
f craft or storm warnings THURSDAY7:00K.
been issued: -
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School THIS STRUGGLING PILE of Georgia Tech football players covers Ray Evans ace halfback for,
/,., Key West Fla. Jan. 3, 1943 9:00-Bob's: Sport Shop vs
Kansas after he had gained 10 yards in returning a punt in the Orange Bowl game at Miami NewYear's
",:{Observation taken at City Office, ASR7.Basketball. -
Day. Georgia Tech: won 20 to 14.
8:30 AJK. EST) -- __ "" __
.,:rr Temperature : 'On T, MICHIGAN'S ciiu'i'ius: nui\ES TO "brvE-FooT LINE

.'Highest yesterday u _.___n__._ 82 -.t ..'-- -- ... ---- ..- ,-, .-_ ----. ._-- .. _., --- .. --.--
;" lowest last night u u ... 69 t v.v'-- .. '1' ...- v -- -....,. 1'- ti p,.,.; .
*;Mean .. ________. n_____ 76 ..-."' -.. '&' ....... .-."' ,.."'.. .. .. _
Normal .. u._ ;..,_.__. ._... __--_-- 69 i Tuesday NightThe e --t.4"-;; IFlIlt... ". '- ...; ,._' ..y." _...,r::". .'" .' ::_.. .. ': .
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Total this month _u. 02 ins. ment's basketball league will be : aw r I Is
1* Departure this month0.14 ins. off to a flying start: at the High r A d
,Total this year u 02 ins.S School Gym on Tuesday night at >-1 i ir itaz
Departure, this year0.14 ins. '7 p. m. when the Boca Chica .
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Relative. Humidity Marines met the Independents.

at 8:30 A.M. / The second .game'between the ..
.. 90'cBarometer ,; Wilkie and the Key West Transit s .

(Sea Level}) 8:30 AM. also should be.....a' fast fA"
league game. < .
30.07 ins,-1018.3 mbs. '
Tomorrow's: AlmanacSunrise i. In the "B" League the Beachcombers 1
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3 :4:16 High 9:55 Low The first time she,' had' 'ever MICHIGAN 'HALFBACK BOB CHAPPUIS puts )hU head down and drives to Southern California's !
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:" :4:27 pm. 11:30 pm.I +'I gone fishing 'and. 'the' first, time one-foot line to set up the Wolverines' first touchdown in the Rose Bowl game at Pasadena.
,. she had ever' tensed ja line. over-l Calif. New Years Day. 'Southern. California players in,on.the tackle include Quarterback George
1 ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA : board Miss' Betty: Buckley. Murphy ((121.) Halfback Jack Kirby ((24)), and Guard Fred McCall (right) Michigan won 49-0.
... of CecilC. -
, Reference Station Key West daughter Capt. and Mrs. -
J Tim of I Heiqht of Adell.' caught a "43-pound,;6- LANDRY SETS UP A SCORE'roit. TEXAS I IN SUGAR., ROWLl
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(east side20, mm. : d t
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oOo Capt. and Mrs. Adeli, .Capt:jind '
:.. Mrs Willard Saunders,.:Capt and .
(NOTE: Minus sign-cori"e- i| a 4
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Mrs. Carl Johnson and,Coipdr.
! ,.: tions. to be subtracted. Plus j
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and Mrs. B Grady TheY' ire
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i I', _j.sign( -corrections ta be added.'I) tDo t Fit| connected with the.Key West .: 0j :

Naval Base or the Submarine. + 1 1I .
; :You Know' 'That Base.SpottswoodKirke. I :.
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+ Top: Players In ,
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The following countries are Spottswood-Mrs. Wallace .\t' 1Vrephoo> .. .'..
\I in ,the. Soviet sphere of influence Kirke won first place honors in I .TOM LANDRY (center with ball), Texas fullback, smashes at right guard for no gain on Ala '0
:, Poland, Czechoslovakia. ; the' New Year's Eve Day Scotch ,. bama's four-yard line in the first quarter oi the Sugar Bowl game at New Orleans New Year's :
I Hungary, Austria, Rumania: foursomes at the local golf,club. I Day. But- on the next play the Longhorns scored touchdown on a forward pat*. Others identified
Bulgaria and Yugoslavia in Europe Mrs. Kirke's powerful game in the picture are Alabama's Mancha: (behind Landry). Richeson ((49)), and O'Sullivan ((26)). i
i and Manchuria and Korea : combined with the usual good and Maghcla (extreme right) of Texas. Texas won 27 to 7:;
j in the Far East i pray of veteran linksraan Bob. _
Spottswood netted the winners i GIXRGI\; .\NUHYI.Nn TIE 2O-20) IN:, GXIOR; HOW I -
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. In the days of Mohammad: a sensational
there was no native or arable j Humbert Mira and Mrs. Clara
:, translations of the Old and NewTestaments : Dunn were in second place witha :

for him to read | 43, just two strokes.a way from wf '
____ lt i the leaders. Jimmy Mira J and

The great Firestone Tire and 1 Mrs. Nell Rose Lopez who was I i
.Rubber Company of Akron, i i iQhiOoStarted teamed with long-driving Jimmy

; .with Harvey.Fire- j Mir J. took third place. honors ty. :
stone And just/pne: emplovee. S witrf'B score of 44 \.

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There are in the United States I In some parts of L:1borad: .
220' commercial research laboratories forests are so thick that 'ground : !

and 189 college laborator-I I travel is difficult except in winter ''I
ies used, for research test-I II when frozen: streams and :

,inn as well as teaching.. lakes form highways I :
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)BMMntatlve to the United Nations is Dr.Gnillerm Sevill Saaia, I for a gain during the first quarter of the Delta Bowl'game at Memphis': 'nn.. New Year's Day. \

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," nature zeal 1948-in Today and carrying the gives native a out well-balanced the will plans.show TROPICAL TRADER r': WHERE TO BOY n '- tw b THIS DIRECTORY WILL I .


There is a sensuous, crafty tendgney 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE ..- .._____ ._._C._.._._..._._..ii.-.iil........_.................. ........ ........ .........................................N.. .
that may work well tow I : 1000 ,
and success, by leading to :iui.t I Electrical WE REPAIR IT! r ;
you ,
act carefully that may' workwell S Plenty of Action Toys fort the Children : : s W E SELL IX 1 ,, POOR OLD CRAIGService I

toward success by leading : : We Will Call For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS
you to act Si Electrical :
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carefully and Station
quietly.
Appliances Repaired : : :
Avoid all tendency to anything .: 30 Yves Experience: Electrical Wf k' .
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cruel'! (for it will grow on you. ...............***..............*e*.eeeeeeee..... ..tLCaLJ211 Dnval Street :' : : : J. H. BRADY.Francis Manage and Drrbloa Street PHONE fltM :: !Ii
; ... : : Marco Mesa. Jr. .
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:y SUNDAY JANUARY : ..ELECTRIC 701 DUVAL STREET E' Tires Tubes Batteries
; 4, 1948- TELEPHONE : Auto Accessories : ..:
., Today's keynote is Aspiration. HOME SUNDRY STORE ryJ .';...t...,.' .,I..,.w....", .n... (It...,.............. 'I ..... ...... .:I : 12 SIMONTON STREET : Tour PURE pff..ond GASOLINE Dealer" :
There. a disposition to adven- : 3 .....................e.......................
ture. Artistic in taste these natures 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR WHITE ST. .............................liSCS000....ft***: : DRY CLEANING ..............................a*..1........ +
sometimes easily become : : : 211'SIMONTON STREET p. Q. BOX <482<
Your '
Invited" :
Patronage
corrupted; and guarding against :: : PRESSING CAROLYN BEAUTY :: J
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: this the native is well-minded.I :, Ice Cream:Proprietary Med :iJM'.: : \ !NEIL SAUNDERSSIGNS : and DYEING : :: Overseas Hotel 919.sllOPPE Fleming St. ::
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There great tendency toward Sick Room-Suppliea School Supplies : : 24-Hour Service a '
Oriental :
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customs and travel. : DONALD BARBER
Toilet Preparations and Articles 1 : FREE PICKUP and .
':..Subscribe to The Citizen. ..................3........:....... ... ...e..tr..MUMF : : DELIVERY SERVICE : We,Specialize la :
: :
\ Scalp Treatments Hair :,
4 ...:..... : Sale.s-LICENSED-Renlala" Dyeing IT
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;and;;;; ioss. :.......Outdoor.......Advertising.........On..e the...Florida......Key........A.I ...................... .i.....................PERMANENT..........WAVES..............

IX.)l\THE ANU COlTV FOR. JtlXitr HOMtOt-*:(:'Ot('Ol'HT\-, : 220 DUVAL STREET :...................... ................e......, ....................... ............................................s
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bi:TY.'IORID're testate of I'HOHATb., : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : i PRITCHARD RUSSELL'S : STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK : 'i-
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1 keea sed.tOTICI i Carrier : : Scientific Beauty Culture :. "
: OF AFPM('ATIOFOR Air-Conditioning LOPEZFuneral .
FI\AI. UItCHttt.i: FUNERAL in All Branches lifts ,
.:Nvlire in hereby given to all : : S DRY GOODS S t
Thoroughly Experienced
Vhora .It mar concern that l>i nlxioMbro. for Domestic and Commercial Use ..
.K Administrator the hat : 133 : C S1RD1" : Operators : J
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fe of Klvira Murw, deceased, lutafue PHONES 6150Y HOMEC OLIVIA : : Service

Mpnroe It'-4 Aicounts Lord County County and han)Judge Florida made .in"I.II.'alinnlJt.r his and Final for li... ....................................1...... I : Let Those Serve : : PHONE. 373. : :. Established 1885 : : Phone 637 536 Fleming. St. / :

his discharge a. Adminlxtra- : WJio' Serve Best : S Licensed Funeral : ......................................,........ : .
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dceeaxed.Itated of the. state of Elvira iluro. HOT POINT : -, : Specializing S Directors and) : ................................*.........ei ...
..1.;-r. A.I. thin 1917.r .ISth lay ..f IHrremVdniintflralor :* ; r S 'WE'HA' VE; NEVER : ": ill- : S Embaliuers24Hour : Former Customers*Friends and the Public Invited : ,
'. .. (Sd) IfO lptIl'Rt. ( : ELECTRIC RANGES and APPLIANCES I :: BETRAYED A TRUSTe Salon
Frances
i '. .>.4, A uf* Klvira 1\1 ur... dec 20-27.1947, ;jan 3.1&, 1918UF'EtIHFH K : CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : ," \ : :f '" : Frances Park. Owner :.
,'t. !Ii. t Aiub'iiUiirc( ServiceTelephone C AmbulanceService 1010 GRINNELL STREET :
:TTH. 1.IT Home 605Simonton } :. Children : I
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*'t,Notice In t.EtAI.OTI'E hereby Klven that the 1 Appliance Ph. ,1 !33.W" 548 C : Beauty Culture in all its Phases :.

Kttration: books will l.e open In I .....:........... ......... t : E : .
ttm office of the Superviwir ..f llrtctetraliun : .....H.............. Never ApparelI > Permanents Scalp Treatments :

Hpu* Key January at West the; ,51:County h Florida, A.It. Court Comrygn9n'e nIl!-, *3 f . e ....:I ...-... .. .....Sleeps......... i........,.........:....,. :...Phone.... 13S Night 696, -: c; facials Shampoo Manicuring :

and will l.@' open until and includ- J r.R.R.R: : S.s Li. HOUSEHOLD t. ..................................N......... .s ..........<.. :..................For...Appointment.........Phone.....1331Marion's ..........!.
imt.Saturday 1,4t. ; the 17h| hay of April : ..............................................
A4) Office Sundays hours and will Holidaysqv'pted lie from GOODS !...................... -
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Xt"e o'Clock A.M.. tn Twelve !? : 508 WILLIAM.STREET PHONE 831-R i I A. MYERS 'i
.Cluck:: P.1I.. until and Five from Clock:Two 2 I in SPREADS CURTAINS Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS : HUESO .. :
P.: M. At which time and J'I&'eQ't'alltl..d Z BARGAINS BEAUTY SALON W!
3 RUGS LUNCHEON I
\ elector who did nut : SETS : Licensed ,
icier in the bear 1'4S. may ..r..g-J t BATH SETS BLANKETS DRESSES ETC. ,, : "Southernmost House in -.; "S. S
t-r for the Primary and C Call 831-R i 1400 Duval Street Telephone 1.\:1.\:
and Goods Will =-
I<|ei-tion to I.e held I in 1 48. Ket-l- I||JI : Be rough to.Your Door S
dntiat requirements. One year In [ PAINTING Contractor Expert Hair Tinting, Hair Cutting 1" :
CASH
the State of Florida and Sis : pr TIME PAYMENTS : : CONCH SHELLS Personalized ,
tifd months. Cllliensr in lion roust roe County bring proof Natural-oftheir I ..........,....................................... J FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK'GUARANTEED : : All Sizes ; Corective Permanent Facial Sty ling yy vP* r ::

Naturalization.T.VAt ............. .. Telephone 9127. 114 Dun Street :Jefferson Hotel : C Exclusive but Not Expensiveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .-J s {
the name time and during the I *........*......... .. .... :
sine office hours the registration ........e.............;..........e.e....***. COCOANUTSSPONGES .eeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeFor .
aid books for PRECINCTS No. /Six : Save 20% ............................................ ...................SSCCCS.. .....C.b..........e \
Seven will be open at Marathon J.
and Tavernier. .Florida asper on dwell gs.Ire Insurance : : LAWN Mainieaaaa : .
1 : More Natural Hair
notices posted in those Districts mercantile LANDSCAPING : :
as required by Law. : J PRUNINGTOPPING. S .
br INSURING with.
T OTB; : All those electors who bldgs. house : Tinting or the Finest :
registered In the year 194i are still : hold :: i FILL.Top SOIL LOTS Cleared and HEDGE T mmed. :
duly qualified to vote in all Election -:1f personal Atlantic .Mutual t Fire Insurance Co.: I : Will Ship to Any Part : : in Permanent Waves :
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*' until- January 1st. 15;41. sets. I lIar Hauled, $5.00for4 Yard .Also Lots : C of C/JS. or Canada : ii
.jr JOHN SHI.\XI' Save 15% oii AH Policies Non-Aueuebl.blerFantile BEAUTYCOLONY
!:2SuytrvUM of Registration ofdElectors Cleared and Marl Reasonable e S. Palacio
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:: 'fur Monroe CouRI) .Kit, Spread, Very Marry
Si'6! ( ..i' hdte:7:! +;St t54TJan3tI1118" Stock J.. : L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 C :
t 1021 OLIVIA STREETPHONE : : 401 South Street
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'WILLBE' FEATURED IN r The International Uniform Sunday School Lesson Three stenographers were enjoying i I more little brothers Sally" said' .

; ::. for January 4 is BELIEFS THAT MATTER. John. 20: ,chestra.a selection by the or the minister."Yes; .
30-31; Acts JfcJl-JS.vLTjino-hy; 4rJ6Tf Johttl-S. I j ," and be knows where the
I I "Isn't it divine? Wonder what money is coming from.. too. I
CHURCHES they're ?" said Maude. .
SUNDAY playing
} "11'' does not make any difference" what you believe' long as i "It's the ''Sextette from;; heard Daddy say so.
you are honest in believing it. "
Lucia announced Tillie.
I This is what people were spying not so long ago. and they I Subscribe to The Citizen: \
"No, it's 'Tales from Hoff-
The Rev. Wells, Pastor" Of First Methodist Church, thought it sounded very much like tolerance or broadmiI1dedI1ess.1 man' persisted Annabelle. ; .

A man's religious beliefs did not seem to be very intimately-related 1to "I think' you're both wrong-I

life's practical affairs. Scientific accuracy was extremely .important -" said Madget "But there's card
I Will] On At a Lutheran
t J I Speak "QheerUp" in industry and medicine of course but theology did not up there. I'U go bind see. for my. Grace
matter. All that,Miowever, was before the atomic bomb dropped self." I II
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Church It
t # : Evening Worship : ; Hiroshima.. and. the world had not yet awakened to.the.f d that I .She came back smiling. *. I
; *- oeiieis mane nations- ana maivia-i: -. I "You were both wrong'girls,** t 1215 PETRONIA STREET:
uals: what they are. she said. "It's-'Refrain from Spit-
{ jgTIIE" FINAL LESSON". IS. T1TL1 : OF THE REV. PICKENS' SERMON \T FIRST. ; If the war made anything I BEAUTYTOBENUN { ting'." I 1 This ensign bespeaks America'

, plain it is this; it makes all the ,I. !.-- -- 'food conservation program "To I Service
f : CONGREGATIONAL .CHURCH "SUCCEEDING IN NEW LIFE" SUB. 1
; THE. difference in the world what'I I Yearling- feeder cattle will: ,Save the Peace". I

; J* JECT: SELECTED, BY TilE .REV. WEAVER. AT LEY MEMORIAL METIIo.f what men believe. I ; gain 400 to 450 pounds in.weight Mothers 20 to 24 years old! I 7:110 P.i I.
f Back in 1937 a Pacific Coast with the of about 40
feeding. to have
;. *> DIST CHURCH; OTHER NEWS OF CHURCHES ,. newspaper published a carica-It : .5-' I:I 45:; bushels of corn, but.the same !birth;, smaller to stillborn chances children of giving than' I F. II. ZUCKER, Pastor J
ture of the Japanese 'i
emperor animals
may be in reased 250 to those of other
.
New Year's sermons will mark )the services tomorrow of the first Sunday gatherings of poking fun at him in a mild- 300 pounds in weight by feeding any age.

,the year in the majority of Key West churches. "r mannered way. No American I" -S. 20 to 25 bushels of grain '.vittl'' -
There not only will be worship 10:50: a. m. in the First Methodist Church but Holy. Commuaion gave the matter a second plenty of hay 'or silage.
'* will be observed. At the 9:45: a. m. Church School there will be classes, lq all ages- thought for to us no human being I :L Poinciana BaptistChurch LEY MEMORIAL

mend women youths boys and girls. is out of reach of the fun :. r4' -,'> The Methodist Church
quaking is :
?-. ,At the evening worship at 7:30 p. ..m. the Rsv. G. Leon Wells pastor of First .Methodist makers they observe the rulesof S a:. f' the most widely aspen one of.
distributed
I .Church. will give a sermon entited. 'Cheer Up". A song service will also be observed just before decency. trees in North Ainerica.Germtmy ;I r 17th and Eagle The Cor.Church Division With aid A Georgia Welcome/ Sts.
'the evening services. Two days later, however. the ---1 ((Poinciana Bus 10 17th)
.
i& ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor
I .". At the Fleming Street Methodist Church the pastor. the Rev. J I. B. Reid.; will occupy the Japanese ambassador appeared at'1 A. D. O'BRIANT. Pastor
pulpit t at both serYicS' temorrow, at 10:50 a.m. and at 7:30 p. m. There jwUl'be a.song' .service the office of. the Secretary: of the aid,, however, render-
world
'lYt 7n) nyn v._ State and lodged a formal pro-1II a service of inestim.. 9:45 A.M. Sunday School
-- '; ',- t st.'The he assured the able vaIuCjt'made it clear tha( Classes for All Ape
At Youth for Christ emperor
tho Rally at the Fist Methodist Church
United :States government, was II we can have the kind of world f: Sunday School: 9:45 A.M. Miss Miriam Carey, Supt.
at 7:30 o'clock toniqht the speaker-will be Chaplain French of. "
'not'a subject for cartoonists, we want by teaching men to believe ; Worship 11:00Subject ) i
Jlhe t U.S.S Howard W. Gilmore There will be solo ,
an
I i ;:Lorraine N organ by. for he'.was the "son of heaven." those things which will! : 10:50 A. M. Worship
Nottage : and.-was of a divine lineage .and produce that kind of. world. '! "Will' A Man Rob Cod?" "Succeeding in the New Lift"
:T At the 10:50.a.. tomorrow '
m.: worship the Rev. Rob rt. W. status. The terrible.tragedy. of thE, ; 6:30 P.M.Intermediate .

". '..-Weaver.! pastor of the Ley.MernoriaLMethodist- Church will : It se .med ridiculous to the war has not been a total loss if 6:30: P.M., Training Union M.Y.F.
:peak on "Succeeding in tb.aNew :*- J it convinces us that the : 7:30 P. Worship
I plain man on the street that any- preach- Evening Worship 7:30
t Year. At the 7:30 ,rn..worship. .' "Essentials of Revival
p. Tone should think a little yellowman ing of creative beliefs u. one of a
the of his "FIRST THINGS FIHST"Public
subject sermon > the first responsibilities of
a
on a lacquered throne was a
( will be "Essentials' .Of! A- COLORED god. But, for that matter, if the (APVir: .phutJ' civilized people. .. Wed., 7'30. Prayer Meeting

.Jtevival.: I Cl CHURCHES 'of Japanese people wanted to thinkso EVANGELINE DEc'.uTRO: I It is perfectly true that the Cordially Invited Friday. 7:50, Boy Scoutsof

The Rev. Bronnie E. Nichols, Through Daily what business was it of ours? (above). 17.year-old peoples and nations the w 0 rId, America Troop No. 53Church
"Misa
pastor of the First Baptist .. BIBLRALBULLF1N So long as they bought our gas- ippines" in last summers Phil"j around have their religions butit M
-"Church, will have as his sermon '' .T oline and scrap iron, and sold America" k' l9o true that some religionsare I -rlRST'Congregational- -- -- -- .
.f, The.,Rev.C, C. Higgs pastor Beauty Pageant'.a* -.
-topic at, the 10k: a. m. worship":!':; of :.Cornish Chapel of the A..' M. : ANCIENT. 'DISCOVERY. us silk and gadgets at a low Atlantic City. N. J. 'has disclosed ,bad. The emperor- cult was Church .

r, t tnorrow. "Food From HCQv? n"' .;'r E. 'Zion church will fpeak '. ,At the 7:30 : ( of the Japanese. The newfaith"of'
:
m. worship
"p. hyi1l.spak :: of and Jtifctice 'make? become a nun. "I am bored
Meeting. Mercy -
i' William W. Iliffe Associate
.: on.MAl! Out For St. Paul discovered ; truths'I with I the Germans was bad becauseit ,
"-. God".J the many- It is true that missionaries social life and so -many '
?: 11
worship '
at a. m. o- William
..Students' night will be observed i if i i"at *morrow.The Uplifted Ch.i..r I That stand the test of tnne; now and then warned us that dances." said the pretty; high. produced a nation that built I j : Street near Southard I of Christ

f : the evening serveea.. .' VAt : !One was. the steadfast t love of ''this cult will some day I school freshman. f gas chambers for the opposition j -
be discussedtby emperor
win e'the
to
subject t 9:45 A.M. Sunday School
I
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j- i God : The only cure for bad religionis I
,church world in blood, but I ;
the 11 ,a. m. service j[ the Rev. Higgs ot the 7 I bathe the John V. II
Archer Supt. 1120 IVtronia Street
For men'of clime ous by that other good :religion. We. I
tomorrow at the Presbyterian '!: p.-rn'service.. j every ; dismsised that 'Warning with i generation.And brt'ome'j|
: Church Chaplain Gilmore of the I j{ "I Resolve: That ." will be : What' can separate' the world !re shrug of the shoulders and I modern Germany was different -j.what we believe, and a religion.I 11 A.M. Communion .
.USS Gilmore ,will deliver NeiYear's i the"subject tobe discussed to- i From His embracing love?- said,. 'They are probably tryingto j because it believed differ-i that exalt mercy teaches justice ,
at
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message.- 1\| i Naught, said, ,Paul,' "not things. scare us into giving them ently. .. and declares for the divinity Meditation: I
morrow .
evening's worship by
"THE FINAL LESSON- Worshipincluding
,, below- I A fanatical madman had I -of humanity is the only
J. At 11 a. m., the Rev. John ;E. ,,i f the'Rev; Sigismund A. Lavng! more money for their missions.. produced possible Rev. Pickens
Nor anything. !-' a monstrous theory he call antidote for one that thriveson I
Pickens, pastor of "trie! Poinciana 1 pastof ,6j Trinity Presbyterian! ; above'r : Then came the Bataan\Dpath' ,I .
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will March and the sadism of" the ed geo-politics. This was seized hate.and produces fien4ishness.I -'
Community Church havas:| Church-; "Traveling Hospitality" .- '- 6:00 P.M.. Junior Endeavor I COMMIIMOrt
I'
his ;sermon title, *7The .Meeting wUl beth:; subject he will/talk I -For Details Read:. Japanese shocked us out of uurmplacency. upon by the Nazi heirarchy and '

\ .of- Mercy .and Justice, InUthe! ,. on at 'tomorrow morning's Avor-':; Romans! 8:38-39(1188), ( ) Next the word set up as the faith of the new t Straight thinking about theology 7:30 P.M., Worship f SERVICE
the Germany. That diabolical fraud, is as 'important as straight, GM P.M.
evening the Rev. MrPiekeni shipat" II 'o'clock. Came'back from the atolls in
it ivill! speak in the' First 'CungiV\I .. .- !: Publishers-The..Monthly Booklet. South Pacific and the Aleutiansup perpetrated by fiendish. ingenuity -t'thinking about -economics. Good- Sermon the Foundation"Rev. : i
"Building
gaticnal Church of which,' he,is.itteq TODAY'S, OIRTHDAYS j''I' ."Enjoy Your Bible" 'near the Arctic circle ..that corroded the souls: of a peoI'i1 j 'citizenship requires that we on. Pickens -

)H the pastor at the 730: PrD1- I ... I tno[ Jap ever surrenders." ifhe i1 ple who were capable of great- :shall be concerned about our. I
.worship "Building on the Fouh-. (Know America) : TODAVS1, .- J:explanation was that thryt>e- until human corpses were I children's religious ideas as YOU WILL BE WELCOME Eterylnnly Welcome
I -" Stacked like :cordwood and about their political or social" ._
C. gas '
jJation" i} Mrs Grace Coofidge.i thePresident's I ANNIVERSARIESKnow I lieved'they werea "chosen peepIe" -_.
\ chambers for their ideals. "As thinketh in hisheart
First Congregational Chuix; ; : widow born in Bur- and that if a Japanese soldier yawned ; a man y
J t I 'America) ghastly grjst. II so is he." .
'worship at11 a. m. Communio lington..'Vt 69 ago. ( died fur his emperor he 'E .
will be observed. The Rev..Hart W\l"1 j i Lieut. Gen."; Allen years H. Turnage. 1711-Richard Grid ley, the' Entered immediately into a favored The diabolism. of Japan and. \I'' CaME-\VORSHIP THE LORD WITH US :

I/ \ W. Iliffe.;associate put3r .iJf.,. commanding the. Fleet Marine military engineer who. at 64, status in the life to come. .
the two churches will talk )tn !1 I Forces, of the Pacific born at laid out the Bunker Hill fortifications Meanwhile, on the other side GLAD TIDINGS

I '""The Final Lesson". !! Farmville, N. C., 57 years ago. I the night' befpr'e'nhe bat Erf 'the globe, reports began to PresbyterianChurch TABERNACLE FLEMING{ STREET{ METHODIST CHURCH :
.. "Will a Man Rob God?"* \HI ,i Dr. Eli Stanley Jones. famed tle, born in Boston. Died June filter in of concentration camps, :

#be answered by the Rev.- A. D.I I Methodist evangelist to India. 2). 1796. slave labor diabolical medical ASSEMBLY of GODCor. : Corner Flaming and William St.

O'Briant, pastor of the ]\>inciJjma i- > bV -n in, Baltimore 64 years ago. 1793-Lucretia c.<"Molt, Philadelphia experimentation' of the corruption Petronla and Georgia Sts. : REV. J. B. REID. Pastor :
t Baptist Church ,at the' 11 a. j .Prof. Helen H. Parkhurst of Quaker preacher, j. of minds and the distortion '
,m. worship tomorrow. "First I j Barnaril College New York, philosopher champion ot good causes, born of i souls at the hands of the While and Washington Streets SchooL 10 A.M. : Church School 9:45 A.M.
Things First" will be the title born in New York, 61 at Nantucket. 'Mass. Died Nov. j Nazis. Rev. Melrose S. Avery Pastor Sunday : CLASSES FOR ALL AGESMerrill

.jJ his sermon at the 7:30: p.m.. ..''years' ago 11, 1880. ,. .It seemed difficult to believe Morning Worship, : Felton, General Superintendent

worship. i Francis S. Harmon, vice president 1835-Larkin G. Mead' ,' eminent that the nation which had produced Sunday School Starts at 11:00 A.M.
"God" will be the subject 13 j bf he Motion Picture Producers sculptor,, designer :.of. the a Goethe, a Lessing, a 9:50 A.M. Se monPERFECTION" I : Morning Worship 10:50 A.M.

.be discussed. at the )1.a. m. Sun? r.JlliY "Bnd Distributors Linculn Memorial' Springfield' Schiller, a Heinrich Heine, and I Christ! Ambassadors. : Youth Fellowship 6:30: P.M.
services: at the Christian f ciation* born in Pauling., I\SSD-I 111., born Chesterfield, N. II. Johann Sebastian Bach could 6:30 P.M.Evaugelistic I :
Science Society. There will be a 53. years! ago. Died October 15.. 1910. also produce the "Beast of Bel- Church Service at Services, I Song Service, 7:10 PJVL J:

meeting on Wednesday at 3 p. m. t I 1862-Woods Hutchirisbn, New sen" and a commandant for the 7:30 P.M. : Evening Worship ., 7:30 P.M.\ :
Divine services will be held it I It stimated the average York physician, 'pioneer and Daschau Prison Camp. As a mat lliOO( A.M. "The Seeking S .phe d" I. -- .
',7:30; p. m. in the Grace Lutheran i: person ha$ two colds a year. I popular writer on'" public health ter of fact the earlier Germany Sermon by Chaplain French I Special Music .. .
: Church with the Rev. F. II. |, born in England. Died April 26, did not produce such fiends. Itwas of the U&S. Gtlxnoie. f PRAYER MEETING. i -:- COME-BRING A FRIEND -:- :

fucker, pastor in the pulpit j Tidings Tabernacle Assembly of 1930. another Germany which Who Will Deliver A TUESDAY NIGHT. 7:30 .
Communion services will 1864-Alfred II. Lloyd' eminent made glori- ', New Year's Message Original Cartoons Shown -
be God.'will speak on The Seeking prosttiuted the name ---
observed at the 6:30 University of 'Michigan phi- Friday Night at 7:30-Slides 21lllll11l11lUnlU ulln lliIIIlUllInnUuJ1I1I1I1IIIILIIIIIU'UIUWIUWUlIfJIUIIIIIIHII! : ; IIIIH1H111III1I1IIRIIIIII1P
I p. m. er- Shepherd" at Evangelistic 'services and Friends Invited
vic in the Key West C urc'i ofj 'at1:30: p. m. tomorrow. At losopher, born in Mpntclair. N. : Visitors EVERYBODY WELCOME

.. !iris4 ,the'11 a. m, worship the sey- J. Died May 11, 1927.- CORNISH CHAPEL III -,r Pastor Ernestine Doan ; Youth for Christ Rally

..j-Tt PaEttiestjne- I fc .t-Tfc A. Doan. of_Glad 1 mon.."wilj. be on "Perfection". ri JLM.E. ZION--CHURCH ;. r .. .. 4. I I
)' U. S. citie X( : sharpicSin '
III I TOPPING AND.T RNER- ROMANCING? j jI the ue"1Xf) ertanftflSh-ijTOdiict )' T7ie So) Friendly Church* "Poinciana "'C' : TONIGHT, 7:30 O'CiO1Ki ,

,- St. Louis being ,a .good raarfcet (COLORED) 'I CommUnity Church Christian ScienceSociety ==
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1- for Atlantic whiting, Denver for Whitebead and Angela Sts. .
Pacific,'Kialibut, Oklahoma City Rev. C. C. Higgs Pastor John E. Pickens, Pastor
-J- I : FIRST
__ METHODIST
C for Pacific sablefish ancT'Buffalofor I William W. Iliffe Associate CHURCH !
Community HalL puck Ave.
Great Lakes blue, :"pike.' 5:30- a.m. Sunday Church School at 15th. Poinciana, of Key West I Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS

For All Ages I .
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Joseph Thompson? Supt. 3:45 AJ4. Sunday School 327 ELIZABETH STREET

11 A.M., Worship Classes for AU Ages i Speaker: Chaplain FrenchU.S.S. I

"The Meeting of Mercy,
Sunday School 9:30 A.M. .
ftOver and Justice" 11 A.M. HOWARD W. GILMORE
Worship' Sunday Morning Service i
3 P.M., The Funeral Service Sermon: At 11 o'Clock Organ Solo hy Lorraine >olli i-
of Mrs. Wesley Smith "THINGS THAT COME Also-Special Vocal= Solo

7:00 P.M., Worship TO PASS" Subject-GOD"Wedneaday : I I
I "The Uplifted ChristI Rev. Iliffe
25,000 Pairsof I Tues.. 7:30 p.m Class-Prayer Evenings L + -COME BRING A FRIEND- +

Wed., 7:30: p.m.. Ushers Board 7:30 P.M. Worship Meeting at 8 o'Clock
I Thurs., 8 p.m., Jr. Choir Rehrs. at theCongregational Reading Room in Church II IIIWIIIiUlIIW1WIIllIIIIlIIlIIllIUIlIUUIIlIIlIIlIUIIIIIUI1I WUWUlJlGlHHliIIlilHl rlfllllll.'W''I'I'IIIIn. \
Eyes Fri. 7:30: p.m.. Sr. Choir Rehrs. Church Edifice will be open ,

: Prescribed for in the HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL I Monday from 7 and to 9 Friday PJ4. WZlh Year -


Past 17 Years T Trinity l Presbyterian Church ...................................-4,, The First Baptist ChurchCorner

717 Simonton Street (Colored) t THE OLD STONE CHURCH :' BAHAMA and EATON Street

Sigismund A. Icing Minister( Kroiuiie E. NiclioK Pil br
(First Methodist)

Morning Worship.; 11 o'Clock : Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
Ray Ban Sun Glasses ....R... %.hjsrt "- C. Leon Wells. Pastor jj: ; SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45: A.M.
"Travelling Hopefully" H. E. Day, Supt.

Bausch ft Lomb Optical Co. Sunday School _. 3:30: P.M. : 'S 4'' MORNING WORSHIP, 1O:3( A.M.: i
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\ and American Optical Co. Youth Meeting 5:00: P.M. I: Sunday Srnwm Topic: "Food From Heaven" by the Putor

Products Used Exclusively !: 9:45. A.M. Church School-Classes for All Ages. ::1 Ii COMMUNION SERVICE -:

.L Evening..Worship....... 7:00. o'Clock I., Men. Women. Youth. Boys and Girls : BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 6:30: PM.
Dr. J. A. ValdesOPTOMETRIST *nl>i *t I Mrs. Elijah Sands, Director
I -I RESOLVE: THAT ." I: )10:50) A.M. ._ Worship and Holy Communion :1
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t11 ''J'1' \\ rt'-pbotlt) : WORSHIP T-'M: (. P.)[.

U TIS REPORTED in Hollywood that Henry J. (Bob) Topping. I I Office Hours 9.12 and 2-5 p.m. Universal Week of Prayer I: 6:30: P.M., Methodist Youth Fellowship 4; Sermon Topic "All Out For God" by the PattaStudents' ,-
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.51.\ n.... 'wedding engagement at a party in'The Mocambo Hollywood I I ADDRESS PHONES: observed annually Week of during Prayer: the is : 7:30 P.M..Evening Worship with Song ServiceSermon 4'' FELLOWSHIP HOUR. 8:30: P.M.

I II .' night club which has been chartered by Topping for a party of i3! Offic:.. 332 first week in January. Each Subject: "Cheer
? ,If .400 the night of Jan. 9. This picture wu m de as they attended Duval Residence. night this week, beginning at t Up"I: Monday through Friday 7:00: RM-, Bible Study Cvure

V 1' "i film premiere New York recently. Topping sued Actr.&* I I I Street 7:30: services will be held -in I Wednesday 7:30: P.ftL. Regular Prayer Service
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WRITES' LETTER TOi '+., Judge Raymond R. Lord. jn 1947, I
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MEACHAM FIELD FLV-1 1 Return\ To Miami' \ 1946. 'A total of 310' divorces .> \ SI. 4 .

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HIM AND HIS WIFE !!i.I daughter} :, 'Mary'. Eleanor, who i iI The Statute of, Liberty New .J.l .. .
had been .' York Harbor ,is 152 feet
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Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker j:i\: p'arpnts Mrv.: .andMrs.. -T, T. and stands on a 90-foot base :
president and general manag.r Thompson, left today for sir 1 : } : '
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forced to land at Meacham Field both ,you and Mrs. Faraldo in NEAREST VA OFHCE.a / K iP ,i 'lFt
when fog enveloped the Miami connection with this incident. i ., .rp : /;' .
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:vCapt. Rickenbacker was to them much of your equipment
'noted flying ace in World War II t and devoted.a, considerable '
fend who was forced down in the portion of your time in assistingthe ) : .
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in World War II, wrote,, ..th .inconvenience of our passenger tiI
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'.''George'Faraldo., .. .j i I :"Again let; me express ,my anpr0ciaion -i : '
Farafdo! ,Flying! Service, 1 i[ ;{ 4for ;the valuable aidand'.courtesies + ;
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trains which smashed in a.reac-tnd' collision during a blinding .snow storm near Ottenrille.. "i You Will be (Glad TK) ow I

fieiicbJOL;M&:New Year's bodies Day.;:.--=-a...Rescue_ ; "workers.L5 stand' -beside;- .. the:- mass--'of- debris preparing to dig'into. it in, II S : :, :

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A RESIDENT of Cotton Valley; La.. inspects the 'splintered: ruins of a home blown down by the : yon
:'tornado' that killed et least ,15. persons in.that town.- That number of bodies were recovered
shortly after the stoyru About five persons were killed at other nearby points. earn. by, selling this / .
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 19-:




11 I White for a Shroud i I I,'Pepsi-Cola Contest Begins BELDNERS



.D By DON CAMERON Ia OUR ANNUAL
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'. Chapter 6 above the storm sounds someone They'went out of,the.room together the most spectacular t _
\ Brant went up the creak- fumbling with the knob. o' ""_ IRANTS |competition ever to be offered to
I The cold lapped around him I the public begins here
Sunday.
his
.4lng"stain[ to own room
like water as he got out of bed. journey to the paper January 4, with the opening: of
,; which: adjoined Crane's he tapped He felt on the top of the bureaufor null was like walking along the Pepsi-Cola "Treasure
I .. experimentally at Crane's door. the flashlight not finding it. the floor of an icy lake sinking offering Top"contest :
$203,725.00
' Alike; :could hear at its other side The door creaked and opened. to his-hips in ooze at every step. cash prizes it was in Vh/
wai-Vwindow' pane rattling in the A gray shadow swayed againstthe The idea of Mac bleeding on the day by. Wm. M. announced to-
Curry
gal*. blackness of the ball. His sofa in his office possibly dying president
of the
.-::It.was freezing cold in Brant's eyes could see nothing clearly or already dead kept his legs Pepsi-Cola Bottling, 5 Company -* I
room.,' He groped in a bureau but a breath of familiar perfume driving when it seemed they and of Key West. t ti SAdStarts
drawer: for his flashlight and undressed brought instant recognition. his lungs were no longer In my opinion"said Mr. Curry,,j .' _
swiftly in its circle of "Ella!" of functioning.' one on earth ."America has never seen,, any- _... -
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brplunce.) He dobedtween pajamas He caught her in his arms as was closer,to him than the grizzled thing like this'before. There are I :: ; -
sheets I she leaned toward him. Melted mill owner. If Mac should over 15,000 cash prizes for thepublic'plus '.
thtf could not have been much snow from her garments slid over die. Brant would feel the same
warnwy than a snowbank wadded' his flesh. His senses sharpenedwith bottomless sorrow he had felt at over 900 cash prizes I,
1 blankets about himself andlay'with .the knowledge that something the loss of his parents. for the dealers who help their I 9 A. M. Monday
cutsomers to win.
teeth. was terribly wrong.
( chattering The front door of the mill office
>tiven:after his body had driven "What happened. Ella?" he building was unlocked. Brant "Every entry wins at least af
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the'iciness from the sheets he did whispered fiercely shaking her. lunged through it. marveling that Treasure Certificate' ;'
i; nb drop off to sleep right away. 'Her whole body shuddered with Ella could have made the trip. points In the Family fo.100'1' JANUARY 5TH
I' bteaose his brain was churning the agony of her breathing. The feeble glow of an oil lamp stakes and the family that wino'' -
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: with! troublesome thoughts and <>11. Andy-it's Mac-shot and marked the II''
.partly open door of the family as'
dying in his office. For heaven's sweepstakes gets The Price On All Items
y ugly.speculations. Mac's office but it Original; Tags
was dark in *fir* pri e $25.000 in cash.
the bright sake. Andy hurry-hurry!
l I He seemed to see the reception room,'and he thrust I(
Ir ]mires spinning in the log chop- The reality of her terror stiff finders into his Docket for "In addition to that there are I]
pent the paper mill and to hear gripped him. the flashlight. In the of 51 separate cash prizes awarded -
M. failane's; voice: -I'll make fine "Sit down he said pushing he saw. against the gray cone linoleum light each month in every State of the ONLYHALF
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band paper of Crane after I bleach her gently toward the bed. Tell of the floor. two separate trails of Union. All you need to enter the ; inU
tfie'vellov: out of the pulpThen' me about it. I'll be ready to go blood, thick splashes of it close contest is one Pepsi-Cola bottle All
fee*was'looking mto Ella s golden ri"ht away"ife together between the inner with
office top design hidden
a under
errs --.,_ and the image of was retreated into the darkness, and the outer door. Ladies'SLACKS
came'between them. and tore off his pajamas and gropedfor I the cork. The detail rules will Ladies'
N in,. "A love murder would his clothes. The girl was a Macfarlane lay on the leather appear in the newspapers and
.moke .better- headlines. I looked small. shapeless blob huddled couch beside his desk. his eyes .I can also be obtained from your "
eyj-' he,.unndoto and taw Crane against: his pillows breathing closed his hands holding a crim- 'retail store."
walking part our house with EllaJfaefartawe hard. son towel to his left shoulder. His
lost night. He had his She said finally He was on coat and vest were open and his I
_I'M'ct'OUM her and the had her the floor. There was blood all shirt and undershirt partly unbuttoned BAGS and
htg.'d on shoulder.. It looked as over his chest. I got him on the showing his .chest IIulu ProgramAtWoman'sClnbl
if:the was crying." 'sofa but he wouldn't let me do glazed with blood'He I
.vHethought about Charlie Kind anything. He said to get you" laid his .hand on the pale I SlackSuits
who:had been fired by He didn't say how it hap- forehead. "Mac. he said softly. : at
htd'resented it. He'wondered why pened The waxen eyelids"moved..The,. .i
Peter 'Rigby had traveled hundreds "Just that it was an accident. lips whispered. "Andy?''. ',.- The Key West Woman's, Club 1
t ,of miles to see Crane. It was hard for him to talk. Oh. "It's Andy. He bent + ,twill hold its first meeting of 1943 jI I
." tz.'in *with that bard. fishy laak Andy. I don't believe it 'was an sofa. "Take it easy, old timer.over Doc the I I in they-clubhouse, 3I9.Duval st., I R''AL" 0
fhihScolorless eyes just at the accident: Sperry's on the way. He'll have on Tuesday, January 6 at 4 p.
iVe Crane had vanished so ab- "They do happen sometimes.How you fixed up in no time.Where's .* ; PRICE HALF
xunuy. from the ken of all who did you come to find him?** ( m.The
knew hm.f'Even| "It was getting late-after 11- Ella? program; will be in chargeof
when his body slept his and I couldn't think what might "She's all right,X told her to Mrs. E. N. Brown Jr., who PRICE

'"' 'kept turning with dream- be keeping him. Thank goodness got wait with, Agnes"' Sperry" ,." till. we formerly lived in HJwaii, She _P RICEEvening
home.
'diilorted recollections of the I went to see. I don't know how you
,vents of the day: Ella struggling long! he'd been lying there" "Does she believe it was an will present, in costume, dances
tohold: Crane back:: -splashes of He buckled his overshoes."buttoned accident?" I illustrative of Hawaiian cultural j
bright blood against rough plank- his coat and found the .."Not entirely Was it?" I backgrounds::* with relation to
&fc- soft persistent knocking: flashlight where it had rolled to .Macfarlane swore ."Maybe it I I the Hula.
,QOfse .:. .- the edge of the bureau top. He was. and maybe it wasn't. But The ALL. BALf
';Uut,there was nothing imaginary said. "Ill no to the milL You she's got: to believe it was. Understand I I program follows: '
i C .bout the knocking. Brant wake Doc Sperry'and tell him to ? She's got to. Give me a I Lovely Hula Hands (demonstrating -i Dresses
treat hearing it after he had hustle there as fast as he can. drink and Til tell you a story you the grace of the !hand::
opened his eyes. He"called imtably. Wait with Sperry's wife till we can't ever crint.** 'I I II and interpretation of motion) .PRICEI
"Who's there and ."
heard. come back1Local IT. M e.atlaee4JRtliIIboty My lovely Hawaiian Maid

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MAINE' CONTRIBUTES :{,\r j jr PythiansI Girls modern Hula.) interpretation of the Group of 1 Group of

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church( :'spires and highway directional -|I Install Officers Receive HonorsAt la-pa rhythm or basic rhythm

'A, 'toll signs.road.the rate has beenset. .1 j I The following officers o( Key I. Convention' I of The'early Club Hula President dancing. Mrs. D m, Dresses Coats andSuitsHALF
West
Lodge, No. 168
?I, Knights of Navarro cordially invites all
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At 50 cents per car with a :1 Pythias were installed last night Delegates for the Key Westassociation members of the American Federation -'

flight. increase for trucks. I 'by Deputy Grand Chancellor J'I of Rainbow Girls re I of Woman's clubs visitIng <
''Lawsuits have developed t and 'Winfield Russell, assisted by J., turned home Thursday afternoon } Key West, to attend the

now being tried in Kennebunk -I\;R.Armando j jQUeis De Land.Fernandez W. P.:Archer and I after attending the con- I meeting. Tuesday afternoon., PRICE HALF PRICE
I Vt'ntion of
the order at Tampa.
court for $150.000 on allegations Chancellor commander E. I
that construction:: of the I Adams: vice chancellor, George R.J' Miss Ann Do ;htry. worthy I I
advisor of the Key West As STRAND THEATRE
!load damaged sources of town F. Phillips; prelate Daniel C.;I\ .
water.. led to contamination and Sharp; master of works, Gerald ;semble, was appointed Grand I Now Showing HALF
caused West Kennebunk to go Sunders' ; secretary, J. Winfield j'!; Musician. Miss Zola Marie Cam "STALLION ROAD"Zacharr
toj'an) expense of about $lCOOOO Russell; financial secretary, J.j'I,us was appointed a member : Scott -Alexis. Smith BATHING SUITS

tot;t reate, a pure supply. Frazier Pinder; treasurer M. B. ]the Grand Choir. and Miss Nel -
'.The superhighway leaves Gibson; master at arms. Bowman ;lie Menendez waS named ..GlandPage. "THE Starting ARNELO Sunday AFFAIR PRICE

Partlagd, at Stroudwater, five I Cutter; inside guard. Harry F. The appointments cf the John Hodiak Dean Stockwell .
*;;;i nihea/from city hall and at ''I Ireland; outside guard J. L. local,.gijls! were 10 the?.Gras ; ,
...rti. SoY1!>ortland, about the same Adams; trustees. W. W. Wilson'''Assemble "ot ida""-"'**-"* 'MONROE.THEATRENow 1 of ,1 Group of '*
i Earl
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AdamsandGeorge Croup
""../r". e. But to the toll! hoisetinthe .i Mrs. Charles S. Lowe. mother Showing
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.. Phillips.I advisor Mrs. Joe Menendez Mr.

Portland end it is two I I LOUIS TS. WALCOTT
miles i ;. longer by way ei South i "and Mrs. Fernando Cam us. 'of f FIGHT PICTURES ROBE

: Portland than by way of Stroud-I 1 Newburyport Pike. That the Advisory Board and Charles Also-Tom Tyler in SWEATERS ROBES
aj t. S. Lowe, a grand assembly com "The Lost Ranch"
'Y S ; route is heavily used is narrow:: SETS
'R<< mittee member were with the
rt'of the road out of South !and except where it passes thru
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.. Puj Iand is built above swamp- ]Malden Melrose and Lynnf ield. delegates.The Starting Sunday .

J aha-landi-thickly grown wish alder.1 i is a single road. In those com i Assemble next of meeting Florida of will the be Grand held r "ASI ES' v MI Manuel TIERRA"Centinflas Medel PRICE HALF P tH GEcdrLS .
white birch. Damage: to munities the State of Massachu- i I HALF
faim at Tampa during:; the month of Spanish PictureC
,,1 land is practically nil., but I setts has done cid is doing much I August/
some' of the farmers have pot: widening. The new sections are i -
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t their -dander up because roadEI1' separadted by a grassed strip I
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I.t I. Girls will hold a public installa- I
have ,used for several b'amc.j
many years bridges
hivei carry ion at their meeting to be eld''
been fenced oii and Ineyani overhead to Lynn. Salem. .
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on January 8. I of I of
1 Croup
.:compelled to drive quite Swampscott and Manche.:tc.by Group
some distances in several cases the-Sea and the north shore : I The '
to'(get.to the cross-country highways .towns in Cape Ann region at the The term "copper" derives] World's GIRLS'SUN GIRLS'SLACKS
that have been carried East I' from "cyprian metal." the name '

a**e the pike. Meantime the Merritt High given; by prehistoric tribes who:. Most
: .Joins Newburyport PikaTtw i way from New York City tnru II mined and used it on the island ;' PAJAMAS SUITS
Portlan<'-KiUery of Cyprus. Store
supei- Connecticut has ben built as far i Complete
highway joins U. S. 1 to boston as a point north of Milford Connecticut I
0 :at--the east end of the Ports.nouttYbriage. but at the presen4 tim I AT YOUR FINGERTIPS HALF PRICE v.k.ssva $100 HALF PRICE
J. CARMONA
This is a short toll .it is necessary go thl'Ough LIQUOR STORE

road between Hampton anJ'Kit.I New Haven, which is in itself;; a I 1114 Duval StreetA j
tery built, a lew years ago andrapidly traffic problem 'not yet solv- I Complete Stock of ,
paying for itself t at 10 ed. WINES. LIQUORS. RUM and ANYTHING: I
cents per motor car. I: Massachusetts U GIN at CUT-RATE PRICES
contemplating
The'Boston roaa runs back of i a continuation of the l.ter- We deliver to any place on the AND P1 ofNTIES $1.00 $1 .50

slid through part of Portsmouth I:nit parkway when it reaches its island, between 9 AJrt. to-12 Mid 2 PAIR
J .:'fltb'and bridges, paralleling [!r limit at the Connecticut nor't h night-Sundays, between 12 Noonto EVERYTHING: Values
lfce railroad. 11 jumps: the tailrbad -I j i boundary. 6 P.M. and 9 P.M. to 12 Midnight
,, I on the Boston side of New ::: All of which leads to the wri- in 10 minutes. ON EASYPAYMENTS I

buryport.: >> Mass.. and continues I I I ter's thought again of the statement Call 1341 for Prompt

through Newbury. Rowley, lpswicb -|!I of the late C. Irving Free DeliveryWe

,-and" Danvers.Malden.Topshani. Melrose -!!. Wright, founder of Pirates Cove' Reserve Delivery the to Right AnyoneAttention to Refuse : I Group of I Group. of

Fishing Camp on Sugar Load t ow+.Rewberdr Wad
k With nearly every town an Key some years ago when the OteR O/IIC !
wry!''by-passed the New buiyport WPA was shoveling over sand !!!

Pike1-and the enable KitteryPortlandsuperhighway piles and raking leaves: "If theI Starting Monday Ja 5th. .Siniontoii\ and Fleming Sls! BLOUSES I Wool SkirtsBALI'
a motorist I Itu
government wants to do
something
t' DELIVERIES Will Be Made
?over the 106 miles between 1 that is i
really constructiveit
Phones
Boston and Portland In two'I .Only Between the Hours 1560 1561
should use the taxpayer's of 4 P.M. and Midnight
hours
{ yf .he averages: 60 money to build superhighways PRICE HALF PRICE
; an hour on the new super high-I i north and south across impo- -. -- -- -- -- -
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like is held to 45. I States." Sun and StormAWNINGS
It't true that the beauties of I
.the 'coastline: between Boston r ",{\1 ALL METAL RememberBELDNER'S die Place Remember the Time--9 A.M. Monday.i.
atd ,Portland ,
) } except around are scarcely Portsmouth visible JANE and SHINE '\

arQiind the New bury port marshes 1502 BERTHA STREET .

to those who use the two! SPECIALS FREE! When OPEN-/!'. A Distinctive AimingWhen

pikes but contrarily those who1 Spray Job with every Grew and CLOSED-/i'. A Perfect Storm Shutter
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