The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00111
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00111
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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; Key West, Florida, has the : :: aced:Press-P.: Day, 'd'Wire

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Chamber Hotel Bombed I I
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Tourist Club For
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There was some doubt regarding the exact location of the first
OF" KILLING PARENTS barge Miami to Key West which was due here yesterday' at

ARE PLANNED I I fIn I JERUSALEM Jan. 5.-Four .aict 4:00 p.m.. but which was held up because of high winds and gen-

i i -... ,.,. i known to have died with 16 erally bad weather.At t

connection with the winter I I still missing, in the bombing 61 the Clyde-Mallory docks! where the bargo was; to have :

schedule for tourist entertainment j I 1, i a hotel here today.:One of the berthed in time for the ceremonies which were held yesterday' afternoon ,

the Key West Chamber of j: killed was a Spaniel consul. il was reported today that an airplane flown over the routeto .-
be followed by the barge and hauling it failed to the
Commerce is planning to sponsor j I This bombing together with tug sight
I boats. The ships were sighted off Marathon at 3 p.m. today.'
a club exclusively for winter visitors I the explosion which destroyedthe c..t j
1 a "Louis Berger, president of the Miami-Key West Barge Lin: s;
who wish to participate in headquarters of the Arab
Im. flew up the keys looking for the barge and the tug, but Wit;

social and recreational programs. II I higher terday committee has aroused'in Jaffra >'cs-I .unable to sight them," sap)

Visitors who wish to meet Charles Smith Sr, local mana-
4. newspapers in this city, one of. y. .
friends from their home states which said that 'Ihc Jews are > i Congress Scl t ger of the service.'However .

and new friends are asked to raw hurting their own cause by IA Wirei>h<>t, ,M I.'tin. from Cairo t we believe nothinghas

call at the Chamber of Commerce 4;. x whom i EGYPTIAN coffin Vittorio Emanuele former happened to them. The
Rilling persons they did SOLDIERS escort the of III. king of Italy as it For
office during the coming 1,not wish to kilL (I' moves on a gun carriage: through the streets of Alexandria. L jypt where he died in exile. The Convening I IOn barge does not have any corn,
week to discuss icgiotcr ; I nuinicalion ytcm. It is believed
The Spanish consul the paper j royal Italian flag covers the coffin. ;
t;> and begin making arrangements I ss i they arc moored behind some
continued, was not an enemyof : _. Tuesday i
---- u --- -- key while the winds subsides.It
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ofr card
parties fishing trips, t i
I the Jews and they surely did ;
boat trips, fish frys and so foith if IHr TA..rla(..d Pm.t I was reported today by Loin:>
that will make their stay in Key t did not wish they to wish kill him.to kill And(children neither\!, Polio Vicliin Scnl 1'0 Miami Aim! ; ess Ann WASHINGTON. Jen. 5.--Cmgres -' rbonell. who was in charge of r
for the
West I arrangements ceremoniesat
;more plr'asanLThsi done the : convenes in regular session I
of club which has as was yesterday in ; tomorrow the dock s yesterday, that the
type I Jaffa explosion, followed' by two Wail: For Call i j I
: I and either
It barge tug near
functioned successfully in otherFluriad' ; other explosions of less itensi- i> By Coast Guard Plane Sunday faces many questions of domestic are "
cities enables the visitors -. I : and international impnrt- Bahia Honda or Jewfish Creek.
ty. "They are stabbing I 1. Mill.ii anee Among the former ) "The need for the extensionof
to take advantage of local selves in the back." the paper ]: __* .runt. ....... ..,_...w..,. tax bill are an
entertainment to learn more 1 .-'MUSS TABI I HA MALDLIN m income ,one for medical the inland waterway from
about the island, and to get i concluded. i .n..-rfcor I..P4I rr....nBE1INE insurance and a compulsory draft Bahia Honda to Key West now

1 "sand in his shoes". Forty-seven dead have Jffa thus j Extension Of :S 11UeKEN AT I5OCA :. Jan. 5:-Tho train, on bill. ,I,become obvious", Carbonell
far been found the
in The Marshall bill looms as the
said. "If the had been
Because of the early'inilux of which are abdicated King Mihai waterway
headquarters ruins, but that i most important of legislation of
\Virrpiivlo* :
1I1li\; : HELD I5Y DlhIIAbE extended this city the barge
to Key West this season -''Iof Romania
touristy and his entourage, .
number is expeCted''to'increaseas : f a foreign nature. '
the membership of this ;flub ,is TOMMY LEE PHILLIPS i the clearing away-of debris. Time Asked ToRuildUulkhemll cruoiqd time Swiss bolder today; It is expected that ,.P. > and tug could have come down

expected to, be large above-IS-year-old) high school 'continued., The woumtetTnuniher .' ,St(-: --)- ._..-r---I.- -'-Jit'-was 'aih unv ed hcrtr-t.jda.f,1; 4TrJm4nria: -hate.u t-f-tl e It':1-: pited .r. ,.".-;
r. *'"Harold *Lat b iMrrdana; ( U. S. Army engineers'bare approved -
student"of' Wtnslon-Salem. N1': r' 76, with 19 of them sen j Miss Tabitha Mauldfti, 31, of : Mihai is expected to reach his tion message to congress on of a plan for extension of
asks that who want to I Wednesday will discuss those
persons C. face sa murder charge that I I t!
1 ous. I I Pickens.: S. C, who was stricken quarters late this aftern > the to Key West but
belong register this week so ; n and other questions. Comment waterway ;
; pro- he killed his father and mother Ii j The underground Jews which j, Charley Toppitio, 731 Caroline : I
grams can get under way as soon with rifle shots. then eloped to with infantile paralysis while Stockholm reported l that Pi in' on a better anti-inflation lull, Congress has not yet appropn
attacked the
headquarters street, has asked fur
i an extension
than the he "reluct ated Uie for the work, I'
.as possible. visiting Marine Captain J. S. Du- cess Ann is waiting anxiously: : in one signed money
I I See Other Photos On Page 7''\ themselves as Arabs in of time to construe'a bulk- receive call from antly" last Tuesday, is expected( I is staled( that ,the cost of thv.
Jaffa in trucks loaded head rant and his family, at Boca Chi- a telephone Mij j
entering in Key Bight, an arm ,
to be icnluded in his message work will be: af 4 proximaleli. $$.
Mohroe\ Schools] ,York. S. C. with his sweet-4 f I with dynamite in orange crates j of Key West Harbor, to DCl.ocmI| ca Air Field, was,flown to Miami ( hai She.said.th jt slie.had.'not, { 000.000. ., .' U f : >I.
This afternoon i it was announced I ber :31, 1950, the corps of army Srcttcrday on a Coast Guard heard from him rin .:;lhcy patted fil
Jenkins. in i bargfc 'loaded itwI
heart. Bessie Ruth j f .The! Wilh ;
to married. He that four persons were I f'I engineers for the district informs ; plane. in Switzerland lastVj'witli Asked. Boat -Fire Callsy' I freTghl destined for*
4r : an attempt get ; tons of :Key
eiiAgain ,
& said he became enraged because j'I found alive in the hotel ruins, The Citizen, j Her condition was described (if she would leave*for SwiUer Westers. '.T" ;

his father accused him though the condition of two of t't'r The engineers explain that the as "fair" by the hospital staff land when he telephoned hei she Firemen t Siilffttav At the 'ceremonies yesterday,

Schools of Monroe County I of stealing a wallet. ''them are critical. authorization to build the bulk- late yesterday. replied that she.was ready to depart ., I Captain Charles A. Olsen, Miami's : I

opened ,today following; the --- -- I head expired on December 31. ;' Miss Mauldin and her sister, I at 'any moment. !
-- --- ---- At 11:25 p. m last night the port director who reprc
Christmas and New Yea holi 1946. MIS; Milwcc Mauldm. 22 had (A spokesman for Princess Ann city firemen were called to fight |Dented' Mayor Robert L. Floyd II

days. Marcl;- Of Dimes Campaign;; No public hearing on the application i' been visiting the Durants: for J said that she has been receiving a small blaze discovered in an i the several hundred of men :

In the Key West High schools will be held, but any- about two weeks when she was many telephone calls from correspondents -'old boat in the rear of the Club women and children gathered on

two teachers were absent. One I body wishing to protest may do stricken last Thursday. She was i and other, and that Tropics in Duval street. the Clyde-Mallory docks that '

of the' teachers had an operation Gets Off To Start! so in writing: to the engineers in taken to Municipal Hospital, I jhc had requested the telephone The fire was quickly rxtm- I the inland waterway bctwe i
Early their office in JacksonvilleCondition company that the only person
r 'during the holidays and : where at first it was believedshe ; with whom she wished ) guished. Twice on New Year's Miami and Key West has never i f
I speaks I I
will not be back to school for was suffering from influenza. the Night:; the firemen were calledto been fully utilized. 'T
over 'phone today Mihai !
: about. 10 days. The other one is HEADQUARTERS OPEN.'>1F I Ir OfVnl. I and that she was "standing by"|J i extinguish fires which broke t The Navy successfully />| crated !

ill.At r ig:g ;! Dr. Robert P. Kciscr. polio expert I to hear from him.) out in the old boat a barge line between th

Harris 'School there was a EU IN bOUTHARO ST.,'Warm Weather in the National foundation I cities during the war and now
s i shortage of two teachers. Both \ )Dcmcrill : lor Infantile Paralysis at Jackson I this commercial line will dernf.

! of whom left the school The OPPOSITE BUS STATION > Memorial Hospital Miami, Thompson Store Tcm strate the importance of the.in-

i positions have been filled, and Causes Thaw In 'Not So Good' :; a> polio nurse and an orderly 'IJCrltllreS I land waterway both in war and

! there was no stoppage of class ( came to Key West Sunday withan Window SmashedFour 7:30 A.H.. E.S.T. peace said Olsen.

I es. iron lung and were in con- I Both Miami and Kry We.t
Middle\ West Conrlition of W I
William De-
I Division Street School also I Headquarters for the 1913! :; I stant attendance upon the victim Station- would benefit from the line i
: had two vacancies, one being March of Dimes Drive has been men It, who was stricken by a during the flight to Dinner Key. reels valued at $.10 were I Atlanta' 1 Manager Ralph D Spalding .
I .n. The .%...vrial..l Prr..' heal attack Christmas Day was rcpoitcd d stolen: Friday night I :I2 City
! away to be married and the established on Southard stiect, CHICAGO, Jan. 5.Warmer I : Police and fire ambulances from Thompsons hardware: Billings 29 said in his welcoming of timeline
reported today at Municipal
I other a local teacher who is ill. in the Brown Properties oppositethe stood by during the transfer of store Caroline Birmingham 31 in behalf of the City of Key
weather has caused thaw Hospital as "not so good'. in street by I
a in
bus station, it was announced -
i All the other school reported Miss Mauldin to an ambulancethat Bismarlt 27 West
thieves who smashed
everything normal today by. Ivan Baggctt, direc- some parts of the Middle West, :Dr.of William Los Angeles Dementi, California, a dentist -, :' took the woman to Jackson show window. it was repoilcd a fiontj by "I Boston 30 Prediction was merle! by City
There will be announcement tor. and it is extending toward east- Memorial ]Hospital Buffalo 23 Commissioner Fred Dion that
that for the son of former Mayor Demerit : I the police today i i Charleston 33:
until the end of Baggctt said
of enrollments pre- ern states. | -- the cost of 'living and con tru<"-
sent the headquarters will be and who is still a member of : The pilot of the plane was Several unidentified) -dilors Chicago 23 1 f
the month. Thr> Weather Bureau here tion would be noticeable here
reported ; ( ) L. V. Terry, the co-pilol was
each from 6 to 10 the City Commission i> comingto jg were said by Joseph Iiobcils Corpus Christi 51
open evening weather" for this I short time result of
"nice a itS
B F. Wcems Crem members Denver _.. .
Three volunteer workers Key West to visit his father. engineer of Thompson ice I II 32Detroit .
p. m. with the thermometer reading lines' tt'
AtAkllaifscs area, the barge completion (
250 Guests between those hours .It was said at the hospital that: who assisted the nur.es; on the I plant t<, have smashed the wincUnv : :31El .
arc on duty at 28 above zero. cause of the rates offered shippers
Donald L. L.Lee I Paco
: IngaIL
trip were
Dr Demeritt had
decided to and reached wt helped
and with the recruitment of 'New' York today reported it .
Par!Y! other workers the headquarters had recovered from the "false come to 1 Key West for a icst and P. B Bowen The .themselves to the reel::, Ft. Worth 40, I
of the
"Opening barge line i:;
plane took off for Boca Chica at I' Galveston <49
will be longer hours, Bag alarm" yesterday of another After Roberts: saw the nun'
! open ? Jacksonville a significant step in the deycl-
250 >cfsons .
Approximately i 1039 and arrived al Miami -
I storm of "four or fiveinches" I a In. steal the reels he said the sailors 391
said. -
: Saturday evening; turned out to i gctt that turned out to be Rat Poison {KillsTwo at 1:05: p. m. Sunday ._ Kansas City opment of Key Wcsl", said ..
A cre\v of several volunteer weic ordered back t > their KEY WEST -I County Commissioner Gerald
attend the holiday party given I workers jho can Ixun duty only a light flurry That city James Murphy of the Monroe hips by the Navv shoie patrol Key West Airport 651 Saunders

,by Mayor and Mrs.Laird A. MaiUand street each day at the headquarters is also reported that streets hail! I t) Children[ ) : County Chapter of the. National and city police: They were unaware Los Angeles :9 I Louis Berger; president "f tin
Adams s> of the December .
in cleared Foundation of Infantile Paralysis
\ 251 I
being sought by the Dimes di- the store had t been broken Louisville :33 the but .
home heavy snowfall.) j Association said l later that ther-1:: ; company operating six
LEBANON: Ohio Cakes Miami 54Minneapolis
rector. He can be reached at jI into i
(Continued On
; Page Six)
and the yard at the Westers to
The house I was no need for Key
found in the yard of their new 3:::
telephone 49 .during the day or .. --- ------
T'r 'W IV' 'W 'W-
utilized to entertainthe Ii | Miss Mauldm s conlaetmg ?
were : worry over
rear at the Southard Street headquarters home caused the death of Harry I Memphis ::1:
guests. There was food inside BRADY'S I McVay, 7. and his six-YEar-old the polio. WANTED AT ONCE!! i New Orleans 37 1946 DODGE ;t

the house. and refreshmentsboth Meanwhile in the the evening advanced sifts i I brother. Clifford, when the boys.1 "She contracted the .11"--! ;,: \\'.liln"'o.M-!. ii!-hwn lieriuitl i New Yolk :14 FOR t SALE 1 t Door Sedan
inside :and out. The yard ate them. somewhere between IK li'''ne mPiekens I Norfolk :33llklahoma :: I'
committe headed by Mrs. Ann for I. 1946 PLYMOUTH. 4DR. SEDAN i
was strung with colored lights I The cakes contained poisonset ., S. C, and KevVe.si': HtiiiMkrrprrRooms i City 35
Cobo, will begin: an intensive solicitation '! POULTRY Beard and Salary I Ii !
and it is was an attractive set- ; out for rats by tenants who said Murphy Omaha 32Pensacola rte t
of business houses to- vacated their home the ... __ 43: NAVARRO IncCOLLINS I Bus
ting-for the gathering. (Continued From Page Six) ,.1214\AA White..A.AA Street_A A.Phone_ 540 A. week before.RAUL'S, I ........................ i Phone PIRATES COVE No. 2 Roanoke 30 ,:i

---.- -- ----- PRESCRIPTIONS :.rr;;.. : SI. l.nuis 27'
Nan Francisco 56San 'I 1
Compounded bv Experienced
I DENIES RUMOR Pharmacist I I 4 t,;
Seattle :3fi; ,
IHMISG ROOM 1 Tallahassee 37
Lawrence and Hume Cronyn To Voters of Monroe County j I ;' 1114 Division St. Cor. Var.Ia j
Owned Operated and Managtdby Tampa 43: 505 DUVAL STREET
News and Features I wish to deny the rumor I will i, CLUB Phone 177 Free Delivery i members of ASSR of Key '
CLUB T. Luther Pinder not be a candidate for Sheriff of: ........................ I West to Washington 35'I Laiqe Shipment ofIR)1INER'S ",
are urgentrequested
Monroe County in the May pri-j I I t
IJRCAKFAST 15o i<> 73c mary. i! Now Open Ibe I in attendance at a specialI IIABMOMCteARE : I

Served 7 to 10 AJ4.SEAFOOD 'j I meeting tonight. Jan. 5th. at 7:30
Hydraulic Brake Experts I assuredly will be a candidate., POOR OLD CRAIG SCALED BEAM HERE
LUNCH On the Boulevard by the Sea o'clock at Scottish Rite Temple. u
and I will formally make my'I SERVICE STATION | I IROn J 1
Lou Smith Auto Service Served 12 M. to 3 P.M. announcement in The Key West The Best of Drinks at flaufs OW: I Important. I HTT! :_ II ---- -AhoICEGAN'S ---- .i ,'
Prices. SOc and 60c. Tax ,.Division at Francis Phone 9134 I
While at Fleming Phone No. S Served 5 to S P.M. Respectfully.: Open 11 A.M. to 2 A.M. Incl.1 I CHAMPION I ADAMS.B.M.. KEY WEST AUTO PARTS r j

"Oppo'1!J. ,Armi,Brracks" -:- POPULAR PRICES -:- EVERETT R. RIVAS. PHONE 1135-J j;,lOuiboard Motors 8127.00 I 121 DuraJ StrMt j I (IF YOU KNOW HOW),

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JANUARY :5 1&43 F

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I .itlJe 1 rU mrt.itirn. MIWON Radio Programs 1 1 a i iI iP Employes Of Senators : ,. .

_.. I'nbi *b.d DaDy Esee t s.-.ay.. by
t .ri L r. AKTMAJ Owaer ..* P.bllsaeroKMA Among the discoveries .in 1947 due *t.
D. AKTMAK. Ill pJ.er .....- .. ....
'TYT'T. Not Known
that man Are
I Corner From Green The CUlvenJ" sad Aaa WUdicg Streets to explorations, was one t : Always
been on earth more than a million years.
,t *- Only Dally Xewrvaper Is K.y 'Vf sat and I Daytime Summary a. "
.; *.. '. Monroo County That may be purely a guess, but assuming .elected -.ra- a. ...... beats By EDWARD H. SIMS. The. .. Catizea'.: CorresBgaden L"WASHDiGTOS'One "":-'
in are-a ca"at the aa_Ii..__ little item many readers may,not bow
: to 1-tred at Key Weat Florida u second CAM matter it is true, what are a million years tap tfcr...* Frt4a.,.Tim l.caster*
i I taatfar*. Far central standard _.. is that there is no law requiring Congressman to puMerfaTist
**. VKMBKR Or THE ASSOCITK1 PRESS the scheme of eternity? tract s.ee fcovri far III4IMu..) ataji W I of all on his payroll In the past this iBfcrnuUan.. or BJCC;|
Tfc. ..woclted Frt'. U exeulI: enUU. to though it all&we kaura.JAN. persons
:...i for reprbdaetioa ot all news d pttbe credited No number of years runs of it. has !ben released by both House and Senate member -

**;ltCl It tile or local not: ot.tr..a-new puUubedbere.to credited la. Uua paper, and into billions, trillions or even decillions S THIOUOH JAN. -9 I Toe House policy was changed a few years ago so that payroll -

i B.ClUPTlO% BATES means anything in the passage of time as .. .......... 4 records would be open to the public continually: The repres ta-
\. 111." :00) jrres employes salaries are therefore an open took. Bt the end
f.'ae. Tear for a decillion years '-Honrmooa ta H. T.-ab*'
Sloatbs *-M measured by man Breakfast clubabc1:15Oklahoma r-T The Senate pufc-
,tlz ass never came along with the House plan. secretay -
.j.ree Months will be no nearer its BomMtap ct
J rae liontn. 1." from now, eternity l:3O-Ourt )* Iishes report each January (the ]latest is due k. a natter ofaiaaii
..rii alley Folk*-mb ;
I T-.wkly__ end than it is today.Reasoning KCO-Fred Wartnr Show-nbmM _.urrecent years It 1133 Inclu etl .Ihed
basiseternity issow "*w For T_-cb I I .f each senator-
1- on )I, story Drama-abe
"* Mad Knows (a Api4iea.Uon always has been Now and always 10.25-Betty Crocker Talk-abe Autos Are Favorite But there is no law .1-

:* npcctAL OTICE 10:>>-Say It 'Wltfc Uu lc-irb11fi ling the secretary to pubflab tie

I i' Ji All reading obltnary_uee.iiotkre. card*. .t thaeketoR.Ur"I be will be Now. Time and eternityare one Breakfat_ Artbctf ia!!Hallywo-.aas'OIy r Sbaw-dba 1 i f Transport of U.S.i, :name of every employee. He 3$
esp ra-u'e.; .EATi1
I ilia; at the rat* of 1* **nt some writer has said. 1t:! leer.Au 4i,t sh.1e-y W to use his own discretion in the

f .,:Wtlcfc toUcicr a revenue for is tertainmnt te k. derived by are eknreke S tests: a from line. So man's residence of one million yearson 11X5-Sulia.bl.':<& bra.)-eta it* PCIPU mm u TIE 1. $ i iI matter. There L 5 some tip

1 i "lCuT l::,'of Cltlsen public U U ajt-pn and forum.sWeeta and of Invites local di nr- Earth is inconsequential when we con AfWee. '1'' *, ? 1I 0 12'0t TOTAL refuses eats flW ) about the new secretary's report -
will tot publish; anonyra .* 1Z30: -VTeJcom* Truil! rSabct'Kate coming oat soon. Wfcen! )
but It j
] interest
: revert sider what lies beyond man. For that mat bmltb .'peabmt.U .
. "Dmu.katj( I l list of each Saaors eiyhpoire* .;
": : &. and l1Isio-tI1Ic
ter we do not know what lies behind man. Daily Band Concerts-mt> HALl. aOrEStlt 111 +"...., I I'I'II" at a certain tune beM e BubMcd*
t ; WEST We are here but know nothing about the 1 a/0-Concert HaT-Hoor! -nb? 1J' t31 I .ion, is all that's given in the -
- r ***-Fear Hour of Serial*- at*. apt
BY THE CITIZEN :why, the whence and the hence of life. jua for a Day-mbs L """ CO' : 'LIC1 :eport, rwr one actually kars
; ADVOCATED ir l.j" And that ha
3-3 -BrW and room-abe the whole story.
New Year's Day comes and goes, but Timein .J .ni. Kloclc B corda-mt done.
) 1:00-Double or :004lthlll&-1t. IUCllle..AI\... U. U.IIU"I been
has whatever to : .
1. More Hotels and Apartments. the abstract nothing
Ladies Be Seated-a be uwJta lion/ t C' In other words under that
2. Beach and Bathing Paviu m. do with the passing of one year and the : -Th. flee- Party- Paul
; 3. Airports-Land and Sea. WhitemaA Becorda-afco. 13glt 8 ITUM 1MLIPS15.sca.itUfl middle
the payroll in -
Beginning of another. 420: -Hint Hunt Unix-cte a people on
: 4. Cocsolidation of County aid 4-30-Winner Tale AU-tw p=2 itt2=afroor I of the fiscal year. tak& tfcem 1
I City Govemments.I Every year however as man has Treaaarr Band Show-abe' flits l1.441CUt40 off before the list is compiled for e .

I ;I 5. Community AccLUniiin3IOXOGRAPI1? measured a year brings forth new inventions 4.4*repeat-Kiddm 1 shows lit. later 114)-bra mb.
new discoveries. If man's tenure on 1:00-School of the Air-cba- '# I ''iriE retary has no legal obligation to
I ,
Kiddies Hour wet repeat I tr. AU artshiss: 548 1)5 838.Caa
million tiuri-abc publish these names. Since thereis
earth has been more than a years ( e n t. id il 241i
:4S-Lam and ebaaat _________ no law requiring publicationof
I Ij it is a long time in our way of viewing ; M t T" I AP{ NewsleatutesYjiCONOMY i, _mil sriftun. autsurvus.. every employee (for ;any

I Time giving rise to this question: oi construction through simple length of time;, tax payers; .snd
j c A. Maitland Adams, NETWORK PROGRAMS ii rectangular design Americans traveled tight times the
What of will inhabit the: tit voters are dependent on par-
W'ert.I type .man TiMe 1 I.sisters.t.1\4I111. Earns.trai }lad ;compact planning distinguishes this small farmljouse as fir in automobiles as in any to.de- .
s 3Iayor of Key earth a million years from now? We dp standard aubtract.*. hour,far.. > 'planned by' agricultural engineers. architects and home economists ether. torn I mountain ataatfard subtract thours. tide what he will pub]sK
: Dear Mainland: not know what this condition was one Scmo local stations cnaahour I i of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The house is designed 1940. aa Investors Syndicate '
make the observation at relay te Bt local sat.delsa. I'. with full basement for nothern localities and surrey shows.The total number of Since: most taxpayers ae vi-
I I Permit The Oracle million years ago but as recent as 100- Last fco minute tecludcd.program. changes caaa.t basement for the south. Working drawings are available without} passenger miles traveled by automobile tally interested in what happen* _
have proved yourself was three times tie total
you 000 years ago so far as being able to through free in to his or her money herein
eountyjagents. some states and for a nominal cf all form of public transportaton. -
: not only an efficient mayor: but an think was concerned he was very much MOND"Y: JANUARY :S charge to laser printing in others. This is Exchange: Plan 7011. Washington. this system IlK
I .. under criticism of ncspaper <*-
admirable host as well. like a troglodyte.. I..ia, The U -Department of Agriculture. Division of Farm come men ADd since, in tie ,

THE ORACLE. He has made great advances since i-00- -Xewi" Report. Ji Ilia.-nb Buildings and Rural Housing. ltsvffle. Md. will advise as to Smothered case of most States, Congressim- -
Newscast Every DaycbsNetwork the nearest state offering the plan in cases where county agents i
-, then and a million"YClTS; from now, i if f(hesurvives Kiddies Hour Silent(.peatbe-.t Hour-atxr-Mrt caoaot supply. :al delegations will spend around

he may reach a mental 1 position; Network Hourrepeatmbswent1:15Starts -_ -- .- f! By Gravel i! S5 ,06O-ar.d much more in
Kiddies interested!
: many-taxpayers are
:-A: JUDGE TALKS OF well Music Time nbo ; ........ i .
here he will understand infinite as:; : 'DI.-IImWII Illa Rtwttmatatmi 1 i the of this money.
t In My Opinion. TaUs-cbs 1 :.who Knows? HAMILTON. OnL-Opemrg a' in use
r as finite things, to which he is now confined <;30-To Be Vanoaoced ... Taking cognizance of the great num- & Abner repeat truck driver has recently published
t Reginald Nettleton, ,
; t:45-Newscast" by Three-nbc 1. Who recently proclaimed
;berof alimony cases in the tnited States Lx>weU Thomas (repeat 11)-cb* ti i a noticed the legs of William appeared to be full info.mattonthe .
7:00-Sapper Club-nbc-basic Days Gone Byj! free goeminent"? Thomas Moore 60, sticking out! demand for a law caking
wand of the general assumption that once We love without reason and without The News B and ulah Commentary&bow-cbs: -afce> i 2. Who is Secretary of De- of the hopper. Moore had fallen all expense items a matter of

a husband separates from his wife that he reason we hate.-J. F. Reynard.The Fulton Lewis Jr.-mbs AS TATEW FROM FILES fense into the hopper and was covered' upbilc record should not be
a ,
3: Did
7:1S-X. and Comment-nbc corporate profits declinein '
%must alimony.forever a Boston judge Jack Smith and Sons-cb. OF THE CITIZEN OF 1947! by more than 50 tons of fine dropped. The real point of dissatisfaction
pay Daily Commentary-abc roofing gravel. d
expressed himself in favor of a revi- average man i is:; willing to do almost News: Dinner Date-mba l JAN. 5. 1338 j t 4. The consumer price index with many !here' %
has An adjoining hopper was proof" such"
7.30-Th. House Party-nbc cmnmnmBginaamnimninnnnBromnniniimmnaGerald : was 153.1 at the beginning of 1947. open- that they have no
''sion of the idea. anything to make money except hard Bob Crosby's Club-cb What ed to free most of the gravel cov- information is complete. However -
i was it at the
end of the
LoDe Ranrer Drama-abo Saunders has been elected Moore and three '
.: Judge Collen C. Campbell thinks that work. Henry J. Taylor-mbs year? ering men there is no law requiringthat
# president of the Key West t worked frantically for twenty I
-Ahere: should be a limit set on the length 7.45-Ed Kaltenboro Wurrow News Comment"uM-cbs I 3. How many Americans are minutes to dig him out. it be complete.The .

:tfcof time a man should support wife, once GIRLS GOING TO CITIES IOO-Ca"ak-ad.sports: Comment-'meri"a-llbe-mbs Fellowship Club. :I employed 6. What* is the "little Marshal] Rushed to a hospital, he was .. in this only country guaranty hatha the all:JvoUrs expense

s *- :she is parated'from him. He believes I Inner To Ee Sanctum.Annoeheed-abd 3lyatery-cbs An engine from the No. 1 fire plan"? pronounced dead items of their Senators

:that payments should be regardzed'as'of a Thousands of girl, tired of living in The Falcon Adeeature-l nbf.. station went' to Big Pine Key 7; How much money does i 11 The world production of will be made public is the discretion -

",!'tenlpri rt3J2S1ure'' giving the ;!J&%\an a the: agricultural) areas and _the, smaller a JO Godfrrv-Howard Taint Barlow! fccouts Concert-cbOT -.nbc today to extinguish a grass fire take bought today in 1939 to! buy what $5
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>I Catesjgiow abCi -.A -that--covered -a large area and: do so. And that is no guarao r
means of support until she'can becomVadjusted towns of the nation, look hopefully to Charlie I Chan il>slery mbsS threatened to set ablaze 8. Where has the Cominform II year before World War II. was' at all. Matters are moire open te
55 News ebs f; thant".o million
: -FIT Mlnetes I established headquarters* estimated at more .
to her'new situation.It larger cities and many of them go to me- BUy; Bore Comment-uts! pine trees. the House: -any-one can look at
i iAn 9. Has the U. S. decided tc, pounds. :
9 00 Voorhees. Concert Col-lt _
: << the salaries of any Representa
should be noted that the Judge tropolitan areas looking for a "career. Radio Theater Hourcb.On evacuate any military bases ir l

I} -" .:.does not suggest that payments, which a The trek of girls into the cities has I Gabriel State ilratter America Cominent--wba-abc appraisal of the estate of the Panama Canal Zone? Flowers that bloom in the tive's employes any day

':--father might be required to make for the been going on for years. Unfortunately, :1&-Real Life Drama-mbsJO yesterday Mrs. Florida in Fosben County, wcs Judge filed I 10. What was ended in 1648* spring will glisten in an entirely The universe in which the sun
f -Dr. L ;; r new way. Jewelrj designers are .
I .;benefit of his minor children be terminated some of them go to the cities without haying iiiKh SammKaje Adventure Band Drama-abcM-;mb.* > Lord's office, shoeing, that she I The Answers creating lovely. floral designs for 'exists contains about 100 billion

't, before the necessity expires. Obviously any position in ight and without ade- 10:CO-Conteoted Concert <; left property' valued at $22,740.-i I : I I ear clips pens and necklace: inI stars.

::: 'a wife who is separated from a hus- quate money to support themselves, even My Fish Ralph Friend and>orman Hunt Irma Club Mi Skit? icat5....*-*cbs*.**'* J -41' -r- ;;!: 1, Greek Communists. I I multi-colored gem ensembles. EATS New Kind "'

hand has little right to expect a man to For few months. In some instances the 2. James v. ForrestaL I .
a 10:30--Fred Warinjr Music-abo. e Joseph Warren'?; son of Mr. and : Coffee houses in 17th century

1J.t ':,pay her a stipulated sum forever regard- girls have sense enough to come home Karl Screen: Godwin Guild Talk Plavers-abc-cbs Mrs. Leo Warren who is an en 3. No, ; there was a slight increase England sometimes advertised of CANDY ;.J.

a. less! of her physical ability to secure employment promptly, but in other cases they fighta Alan Lomax t>allards; -mbs gineer on the ferry Monroe I themselves with signs made of
10:45-UudJy Weed Trio-abc County, was knocked overboard : 4. 168.3. tiles. Loses 65 Lbs. i

tl_ .4 and take care of herself. hopeless battle against odds which al- ttOO--X.w Newsarirty.& Vjinctv. Dane! bra.Z -hrs.-cba nb : yesterday afternoon while the ] 5. Nearly 59,000,000 ceramic Wears Size 12 Again "

mu:: News and Dance Hour-abtNews I ferry was at Hog Key He was : 6. The temporary assistance re- Once 1 IWIba, DorVT:?J. Miller.
Dance Band 2 hr*,-n.bs cently jexiended to France Italy.' 2U U Wi 70th I Si. ChKagD. lost
a. NO PROSPECT AHEAD Among the thousands of girls who 1ZOO-DaDcIn Continued -wot standing near the slip when a i Austria and China. '>Iba. eckly far 13 -u. .tth ,
skidded and knocked him -BICYCLESRepaired the remarkable NEW AYDSCaodyReduungPunand.lanew
car -
... have gone to the larger cities have been 7. 24. '
I into the water. His condition today 8. Belgrade .vas six 12;: afain. , TODAY IN HISTORYKnow
J:. Little or nothing was! done during then some from Key West. There may be was reported as not serious. 9. No; those to be evacuatedare I'' and Rented muff PROOF or't wnaimt rusiT1ig dircewry:!Eaunentply 'f

recent special session of Congress to halt others contemplating such an expedition. ( America) II outside the Zone. Also in Stock-NEW icai iuprmscd rlimral totand ;
and lasses .
1793--Congress reward L$..Polish Members of the Key West 10. The Thirty Years War ..i11ee15puw.s.mtbtw1Wusn.report quick sale t
f current inflation and it therefore seems They will do well to take with them *
Kosciusko and French Admiral Golf Club and the city council fought 1 BICYCLES TRICYCLES WHY EXPtRIVEVT?
::likely that will continue to move and what is principally in Germany. No exncae No laxatirea. No drnci. Eat
prices some money just as important Count de Grasse for services in held a joint meeting last night J ito I WAGONS SCOOTERS p"uy NODIETLNG'YouniBpiv

,:upward. references to aid them in securing the our Revolution with lands and discuss the turning over the TODAY'SANMVERS adtomaticalr/take*\YDS tile appcut before Th moms ntult vlocn* t

... The general idea is that officials ant employment they desire. pensions clubby the city to local golfers :; \RIES SKATES vou a eat,S-dajniupolT less and lase weiaM.t Only S2J ae for witt!ate $
1893-The Great Northern Action will be taken on the proposal .-cL Your...,... R ...decfoa more tbuwy Uumyau lint bus
ticipate rising prices during the next few We are in thorough sympathy with Railroad completed. at the next meeting of the : (Know America) Overseas Cycle Store i II you tad to hxe vcigbt.Come,pbanc or ants..al t

e: months and business men seem to hold the the girl who has determined to make her- 1895-The Christian Science council. *-- !| 1779-Stephen Decatur. naval 329..Disision St. Phone 1380'' all deprice../. drag and health ,
Mother Church .in Boston dedicated fc reed else. i. hey %5e.e a d Nsreibere. -
'-Tsame:: opinion. The general public despite self independent in an economic sense. We hero hero of the War of 1812,, e._-.'".5..C..a..aa..e:c.:..:..cc.. : = : Th."rh' t'_" ._i hirago. NIL !

".;some protesting in 1946, seems to be apT accord her the same liberty to do so that 1914-Henry Ford's announcement ;- Raymond Einhorn who had leader of the U.s. expedition
been spending the holidays wan against the Algerians in 1815 4
ath tie to the high cost of living but no offers of a $5.00 daily mmonum x
young men. astounds country of that his parents. Mr. and :Mrs. A born in Maryland. Died in duel,

,one can tell when the consumer will cut sensible girls will) easily recognize; that ina wage day with its munificence Einhorn.. left yesterday to re- March 22. 1820

1 loose a storm. strange city facing unknown difficulties 1915US. Supreme Court sus- sume his studies in the Univer- 1811-Cyrus Hamlm, missionary ?munuUl/lmWmllllll'/ '" gY91tfl8tNlgHHltl t
; historic Dan- of Illinois at II. founder of Roberts College.
tains verdict finding sity Champaign
The decision as to legislation to fight they will have problems and face dangers -
bury. Conn. Hatters' Union guil- linois. Turkey, born in Waterford. Me a- I 5
':- inflation is probably the most important that do not beset young men. Consequently ty of restraint of trade. Died there Aug. 8. 1900. --- .

: question before the public. Nevertheless, they should make careful plans 1920-U.S. Supreme Court up- Mayor Willard M Albury. who 1835-Olvmpia Brown. Um- S-- ----

Tthe inclination holds the right of Congress to had been visiting in Miami versatlist clergyman Wisconsin- : t a
e politicians show no to come before going anywhere.Just re- ..
limit to one-half of one percentthe Baltimore feminist born at
-? to grips with the problem and many business alcoholic content of liquor i turned yesterday. Prairie Ronde. Mich Died Oct. ;: c I 5
.: men content themselves with chanting to get off to an early. start we 1923-Emil Coue of France be- Today The Citizen says in an 23, 1926.

slogans. The situation demands positive suggest that all traffic laws be vigorously gins here.his auto-suggestion lectures i:, editorial paragraph "Education 1855-King inventor-manufaiturer Camp Gillette razorblade -,

:. action but there seem* little prospect enforced in 1948.A.fAZINC )1925-Nellie Taylor Ross elect I I j., not 'o bP" confused with going born in Fond-du-Lac, Wis. Diedin 3

-:. for it. I ed governor of Wyoming; coun- ito,i college. i Los Angeles. July 10, 1932. Real A ) _
., try's first woman governor I 1857-David S. Bispham bari- =
GENEROSITYWe 1942-Tire rationing begins. i I Snakes are not slimy havingno tone. "singing actor", who established :- ICE -

...;. ATOMIC POWER 1943--Americans attack, *" and liquid on their smooth and high standards in song .;: Id ;-_;
rout Japs on Guadalcanal* often shiny scales recital field born in Philadel- =
doubt the
if world
r the history: of I =
"" 1945-Germans, in second big phia. Died Oct. 2. 1D21 = Guaranteed
While accurate information is scarcely affords a spectacle equal to that now wit- I offensive in three weeks push I Although Milan. Italy was | PURE

",. obtainable there continues! to be con- nessed. The United States physically almost 15 miles into Northern France < founded in ancient times its'' The Statue of Liberty in New

siderable= speculation as to the size of the unscarred by war possessed of enormous 1947-Brig. Gen. Robert W. relics of antiquity are few because York Harbor is made of 300 separate | Place Your Refrigeration III \
Johnson asks .g4
industry to underground the city was burned several pieces of copper riveted together
bomb which dropped Hiro-hirra. .
natural and
upon resources aboundingin now for nationaf dfense ..
-' times. weighing 25 tons. on a
: General Leslie Groves, head of the monetary wealth, is sending food sup- ,. -- - -

:"-' American; bomb project said only a B-29 plies and equipment to help nations The true quail is an old -': orH I II I REAL ICE l BASIS I i

could carry the atomic bomb. President stricken in warfare. The assistance is not bud, but about seventy difier- I

Truman estimates its explosive effect-as limited to our Allies who might have a ent tvpe of the species have adapted ,71ow MUCH?] j 1 and You Will Gel ,f

,; the equivalent of 20,000 tons of TNT, reasonable basis on which to expect con- themselves to the Western: 1| GUARANTEED REFRIGERATION SERVICE 1I .

..... which scientists say would result' from the tinuing assistance but it includes the Hemisphere I -' r Get a CASH LOAN of !I i REAL ICE I is More Economleall1 II!j jI
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splitting. atom by atom, of about two peoples of former enemy countries. i r ;1. . couu oar .ns '- PURE,

r* and one-half) pounds of metal. There was a time when it was popu- STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE I e:= .....rarras ti I: 100t.300 Healthy and Safe ;

t po?'!! lar for other European nations to referto TRIUMPH I CQ tt-.a lie. Auto and Personal I Leans E'
Stools $9.46

-- why the rest of the world is unaware how much to expect that in the future the appellation $100 13.3. 11.91 CREDIT pLAN II ,
5300 1001 2836
much the Russians suffered from the German should be changed in a numberof at t IN QKPQ"'TUls.L.'We (ICE DIVISION) !
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MONDAY t JANUARY; 5; ;.j'g., / ,THE.KEY.: WEST CITIZEN : '.' --.., .:..:-,. j PAGE THREE : : t 'l

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for* __ a udu d .-- j- English In S hij()( ,

EJ. nw/6yDON) CAMERONChapter .IM Daughter to AlmydasA MOSCOW.p). P: : .
I 'piep Xt' +als in Moscow are gu- .
,. daughter weighing 'i & turn out graduates who ran 1:
''t ,' : 7 full of Dooie.and said he saw me Th e doctor took his hat and pounds and one ounce, was burn read write and speak English: .. <
,I f RANT covered the bottom of throw Crane in the log chopper. coat off. He was a small wiry 5:21: o'clock yesterday afternoon; Evening Moscow announces
: a tumbler with whisky and lie wanted 5000. I took the gun man in his forties with a baldhead at Municipal Hospital to Mr. and that in certain secondary school* I
' "V out of my desk to scare nim. and and horn-rimmed spectaclesand Mrs. ArmongL, Almyda of 4-H.Porter II.
a will
spilled In be allowed
two inches : I.
of specialize
f..... water, on the crazy fool grabbed lot it. a perpetually harassed ex! Place. *
' Xhe-theory that B little would go There were two shots and the pression. He sawed away part of The new ti arrival haS been: given I in English. French or Ger I .
; i long with first thing I knew 1 was sitting Mae's shirt and undershirt witha 1 man.
} way a man as badly the'naine'ofJu'dUH nk'.:. :
;: ; > ,
1 wounded in,the corner and he was on his penknife removed the"blood
1 as Macfarlane. With out. drenched towel and looked glumly Latest 'rep<$rt frbrrjth-ljapi5al'|. The '
Brant's Mac way correct name of manlafiber
help raised his i
, '
*' -I got and chased him as far at the wound.How indicates'that ri'wlh dilL:db.gh.t '
' up
Rand if the used for -
1 movement! caused him making.. rope u> .
.I as the door then 1 had. to quit ?" r are doing nicely
: pain he i o sign of it. He long ago abaca. .
gave > ,
.j t drank thirstily because I knew' 1. wu cavijig in, f "A.littii after llr 1 W it'getting :' 4ti" *>."''' "' -.'>'..*.t**** i -
I Just made It back to the offlce.
, J ? "What kind of a drink is that!" crawling on my hands and knes." ready to go home. ; Second St of Twins

:j I :Joel protested. ."HI' take care of King for you." f -Who did it?" > Mr. andairs.:i: Cecil Brady 1115 Relief At Last : --
!r ;' "Itll do for a starter Lie still "No. you won't. You'll keep Nobody. 1 was checking the \ :
i' .nd.you'll feel it." your mouth shut and so will he." gun over and it went off." 0 i Brant glanced.around the room. Ella, wouldn't, want it that I 1. Sperry snorted. And ;you >a \he second: set of twins bom -1
1 ti There was a puddle of blood way." ._ i f. .: grown man! An inch to"the right in Key West in 1948. the Key ForYQurCoughCreomUlslon
f Where Mac mutt have lain till "You idiot!" Macs voice rose' and you'd be in a warmer climate West Municipal Hospital announced
t : EUa found hi 1..A large revolver gathering volume. "What Ella' this minute But 1 guess you'llpull today. ] relieves promptly be-. ,
f i lay on the floor front theY wants and what is good for her through if you stay in bed
in cause It goes right to the seat of the .
Both and the first,
follow orders. are
t desk, and far the are two different things this time. and
\ not away rug trouble to ] n and expel II
was ::rumpled and a chair was It's bad enough having ber,'worry -' "Thank Cod! ,.Ella said. Tears' weighing five pounds, 15,ounces, lena laden phlegm, and aid nature
,( 'overturned.! 1'0. smooth surface 'about me getting shot without streamed' from her eyes. *' was born at 2:15: this morning to soothe and heal raw, tender. In- ..
of the desk was marred by a deep making her scared and bitter Tra going to set rough with and the '"second weighing four earned bronchial mucous mem.branes. ,
groove six inches long you before I take you for a sleigh E1l your druggist to seU you
r gouged by a bullet.unquestionably Be- andEasy." Brant cautioned, ride. said Sperry. "Think you pounds 11 ounces was born six a bottle of Creomnlsion with the understanding
.- hand the desk on a line with the alarmed at the wounded man's can stand it?" minutes later. you must like the way it
- .r. "Give me enough liquor and I quickly allays the cough or you are
groove an irregular white scar vehemence. :"You're right. You to have your money back. -..,
.: in the painted plaster of the wall won't have to worry about me. can stand anything. [ The Statute of Liberty in New i
it .*,.had a neat round hole in its cen- Anyway you're not going to die Brant" said "lie had a little York Harbor was dedicated in CREOMULSION
r; -not when have the strengthto one. ,
-,er.Mac watched t him. He spoke in ,yell that you loud." "Hell give him the whole bot- 188C. for Coughs Chat Colds.Bronchitis .. 4J:

t} It ,voice that wa almost normal. Mac relaxed. Tra trusting tle if he wants it." the doctor .,--- ,-- .
: =..S$raichten things up. will you you."_ j. .- .. -.... I Mid, "If,.a gun can't kill turn e \ _. 0
i ? '' am* mm mmm nmi
"Andy.- "You know you can. He heard whisky can't. I've got to go after
}r: "Sure.".He put the chair on its the outer door open. "Here's Doc ,the bullet and swab out .hat hole.
'. ,- feet'.'and smoothed the rug. He now." He' called toward the reception and it'll hurt. Overseas Transportation(\ .Ir
It did hurt. Brant winced seeing
i. puked up -tht revolver threw room. "In-here. Doc! He'slost
.'.,..ptit .tbe cylinder and saw that a lot of blood and-" the spasms of pain cross Mac'sface.
two of 'its .six; .38 caliber cartridges .
:-> had been fired. He rubbed TI E stopped in astonishment T "Got it!" Sperry exclaimed. ,Company Inc. .
"it"With.his handkerchief obliter- 1- seeing that.Sperry was not dropping a hard object 6r\ the .
i ., -aiing whatever Qngerpnnts might alone. Two figures tottered into Boor beside the ;>ofa and wiping '
-, have been'on it, and placed it on the room one leaning heavily I the long forceps: "She waa, right Fast.Dependable! Freight au.l.E..pms Service
; the' desk.. He laid a copy of the against the other. smack against the shoulder blade." -between-
'. fled Rock County telephone direc"Iqry Sperry croaked. "Somebodytake Wonder it didn't go clear throuah. I,
t < over the groove in the desk. this fool woman oil myhands j, Then the swabbing with iodine MIAMI\ \ and KEY WESTAlso
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; .* aod' pushed chair against the !" and the packing dressing. :
wall.-where.its-back hid the hole Brant hurried forward and Mac emptied the bottle: before{ it. "4
was finished but tho hadTMi Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
.fjn'the plaster. grasped: Ella. She was/n deadweight whisky
X'All evidence destroyed," he in nis arms. She laid visible effect on him f Between. Miami and Key West
;< p., reported faintly "Don't mind me. I'm all Brant went to the mill building -
..' "You won't spoil my accident' right. How is he?" borrowed Jim Scott's over
atoiy':with' Ella" II' He could feel her heart; racing coat and got: Tony Banker to Express Schedule: -
;i: ".r Certainly not. Who did It? and pounding. He said angrily help. They carried the toboggan (No Stops En Route) ,
tntQ. the office and used it as a.tretcher.
"If done were
I Crane? you'd as you .
v-Crane' in the pulp vat. I'm told-" Qut pity came: Jo him and : Wrapped, in his own LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT : -.
<.not ,sure' whe did it but it was i he 'said. "11 YOU were s half a< coat anet(} Scott's. Mac was carried: SUNDAYS) at'6:00 P.M. Ar. .
outside. He lay perfectly still, rlv.e. Miami
> either! me-or Charlie Kmg.I tough; as you think you are- at at 12:00 o'clock Mid- i
;"',# Brant repeated the name In- Then he smiled "YPUfr alf right' saying nothing bis great strength night. .
"r credulously. I and so u Mac. He isn't.going to pearly gone. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT ;
I j; lie w'u drunk.: He came In. theM I,1 IT. be e!nti.ae4))' SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid-

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and arrives at
night West
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i 1 ; 6:00 o'clock A.M.
: ----rll: )lID 1l M141111I1 lI l-
ability Ofv Beat ..Dea'thBy
I 1 Local Schedule:
MEETINGS.guta \ .
i (Stops At All Intermediate Points) .
; Minutes
: Telephone "," DIIVPlayen :
SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock
./ To' M.et i A. M. and arrives at Miami at .:00 .
'4\ HQLTYRE. After walking o'clock P. M.
-;1-: Listings Denied :I Key West Playars will hold a dive j miles : -
i I meeting tonight 1the Barn :. through a blinding LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT : t ...............
." t I snow-storm and going the rest of -
SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and
I.TALLAHASSEE. Jan. theatre Duval street.- .;
5.-AI! the way on a horsedrawn-Msled l arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock .
;request that liability: of a telepfioite'rumpany :! Mrs. George Mills White urges .J.Ji Lucien[ and William Provencber P.M.FKEE -to
for errors in its all members' to be present:) riled at their father's deathbed -
:Directory 'listings be limited !I'i ,1))i just 15 minutes before Omer
,wis .denied"byte Florida Rail- !I PTA To Meet nvenclter died in'Iroquois PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE .. .

'road .and. Public Utilities Commission. The PTA of the Harris school t Falls. FULL CARGO INSURANCE .
I will hold tis first meeting of the '
MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton fc Francis Sts.
'.r.In ;"anorder:/ from Chairman !year' tonight in the school audi- } About two ana one-half mil- PHONES: 92 AND 68

-Jerry; W.. Carter the commission I II i I torium beginning at 8 o'clock. {)lion people in the United Slates ,_ .
I !refused to ',allow! the Peninsular i are cripples. =' ,d_ : #, _"
;it"jl' l Phone company to limit its .I To Resume Parties j' -- -
t ';'liabi.lities.tfor errors in tis direc- :, The reguar bi-monthly parties i 1 tM I .r..oBBcaum.a.a. . . . .
1 tojrtes.\ Question" of liability in.VQlveLlegaF '! will be resumed Tuesday evenI I '
'. questions that could I'ling at 8 o'clock at the Catholic I '-
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p 'co\frts. ,: said the1 Charter order. i I sored by the B'Nai Zion auxil- I --S.
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.1 l }-Quadruple! Crash .i i Cost His Life 1!t ti YOUR CARRIER BOY t t'x

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} J5j I : TROPICAL l TRADER ,: WHERE TO BUY IT" -sad certain that product 4!o doubt bai or:: !s. -::IHIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU 'I

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PHONE 1000 -

I ; Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ::' :ell I t Is Electrical V'/gffL' ,1 ':: jPOOR OLD CRAIGi f I

Through This Daily : We Will CaD For uel Delirer :' WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station : k
BIBLICAL BULLETIN : Electrical Appliances Repaired : (j7 30 Yean Experience la Electrical Work : .
; ; J. H BRADY.; Manager PHONE IU4Xrand :
PREDICTION REALIZED .................................... .......... :. 211 Duval Streetj.: : ; : and Division Street :,
.. .. : It ',is : Marco Mesa..Jr. Prop. Tires ,Tube Batteries Auto Accessories : .

That once false predicted I .li -gffiijjR:. S1F I1t:: lrJ:t.': 1;j :.V.$'..............: ..-. ........: tn 8IMONTON STREET : Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer"" .
prophets would : ti .............................................
arise : M07 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE : ...............................4............ ........................................s..S,
And, when! they came'they ST. : DRY CLEANING .
.:_. would deceive Tour Patronage Invited" : 211 SIMONTON STREET .Ip.O. BOX 4$2't.:-: ;. : PRESSING ; : CAROLYNOverseas BEAUTY ;
Even the seeming wise. l : SIIOPPE ;
Since each day we see anew : ten Cretl Proprietary Medicin i*'t C1 *3* t3 *': NEIL SAUNDER8SIGNS : and DYEING : Hotel 919 Fleming St. : .
:.-Men consumed by fear ; Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : : .. 24-Hour Service : : ai3 DONALD BARBER ,
We can only wonder iff
Toilet Preparations and Articles. i i FREE PICKUP: and .. We In .
Those prophets, false are here. ..................a...................: ...e... ......: : DELIVERY SERVICE : : Scalp Treatments Specialize-Hair Dyeing .

For Details Read: I .. "t.. "t >' .t.* .j-.... S Sales-LICENSED-Rentals SS PHONE 282SSSSSSSSISSISSSSSIISSI ::. in 45 ,ALL'l'TP1C1I OIP BELEiS U1JaT :

St. Matthew 24:11 (1033) Outdoor Advertising On the Florida Key : ....one.. .............rartrkNENT..........WAVES............., 1
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IS MUMFORD and ROSS ......................... ................
: Publishers-The Monthly Bookie :. 220 DUVAL STREET S t......................IS.....a............. ... ...................... .e....................................$.....s \,
x' "Enjoy Your Bible" I PRITCHARD : I STELL'S; BEAUTY NOOKScientific Ii1. '& '
: Exclusive Monroe County Distributors forCarrier RUSSELL'S 5 f
Your S S S.S Beauty Culture 'I
Horoscope'MONDAY. i Air-Conditioning FUNERAL LOPEZ in All Branches _. v ,
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: .JANUARY 5. 1943- : for Domestic and Commercial : : Thoroughly .
I Use ,,
Today indicates a powerful re- : PHONES : HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : Funeral Service Operators -

incdicine.imperative You nature will and have a skill idealistic in-I\ ...Y ........-..........-...fl50......a: : Established 1885 ; Soft Water Used ExebuJralr V !t.
i I .... ......... ; PHONE 373 Phone 637 536 Fleming St. :
tendencies with some desire t .......t.......1.... Let Those Serve ;
\pdig into sordid conditions and SMHOT ; ; Licensed FlintnilDirectors ......... .... ..... ...._.........
-a=. tern'them up. A little too pug I POINT t : 'IF/io_ Serrc Best : Specialising! \t : and : ....e......................................... :.
n cious, the thought should be It SI !! t .-: WE HAVE\ NEVER : ."f.. in f:: : Eiiibaliucrs24Hour : ; Forn.pr Customers Friends and' the Public Invited ;
,,constant to avoid making enemies I ELECTRIC RANGES and APP : BETRAYED A TRUST- : : W : Frances Beauty SalonFrances
who blastthe_ hopes.
.. may : Repairs on Sewing Machines All El .HS't 1 f : : ,WE ]NEVER WILL : :, Wometfa and .,: iii:
."'TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS II I' ; CALLED FOR and DELIVERED .,, : / !1 .: -t- e : Park. Owner :
: Aiiibnluiicie i i : Ambulance : 1010 CRINNELL STREET'
60s SlmODtoc ServiceTelephone Children'spparel
,.t* (Know America). Home :
51 PIiS ll : Ucauty Culture in all its Phases ;
:/Gen. Courtney II. Hodges !! ,cr..w.. : 548 : i Service :
tt&nmandcr of the First Army.I i_..............1.r.: '..f.* .....>...e....,.......: : A' .. Permanents Scalp. Treatments ,
born"in Perry Ga., 61 years ago. e....................................... Never Sleeps : Phone 135 Night 696 : : Facials Shampoo Manicuring ;
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-'I'a\ Mallon .\Vashington., 1 ,: ..........V*..........S i...................... ..................... : For Appoinrmcnt Pbona 1391 t ts555555555555555.55
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born in Mattoon
: c. columnist -. R. R. HOUSEHOLD : e S.. ............................................. S
Ill 47 years ago. i GOODS ...:................... CASA CAYO ,
'-Herbert Bayard Swope of New MYEaS i
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York, noted journalist and civicvorker PHONE 831-R : I : HUESO r. >
born in St. Louis 66, :? BARGAINS 'in SPREADS -' CURTAINS : .. Key West Fla. : BEAUTY SALON r S
years ago. : RUGS LUNCHEON SETS S Licensed Southernmost House In U3SA- t .1..1..Expert -
;.Mrs. Mary S. Ingraham of : BATH SETS BLANKETS DRESSES '- ETC : SOUVENIRSCOKCII 1400 Duval Street Telephone 1314 :;. :
Brooklyn N. Y., former president; e Call 131-H and Goods Will B. Brought to Your Door : : Hair Tinting .Han Cutting/ ', :
off the Y.W.C.A. born in Brooklyn -' PAINTING Contractor : SHELLS .; 1-
I I CASH or TLME. PAYMENTS Personalized Permanents Styling\r.... : i
61 years ago. !I..............eaeeeee.ea aeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .S J FREE: ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : ; All Sizes ; Corective Facials l... f. ;
Oliver L. Loring Protestant -. _
,Episcopal bishop of Maine]I .............. .................... ...Telephone......4..i 9127. 111 Duval Street Jefferson Hotel : +:...e*...Exclusive.......but...Not...Expensive.. ......*......, .-.-.........: .

gears born ago.in Newtonville Mass., 44 i!.I Save- 20/o.. *'.:.' '*: ; ................................- ..... !.........; COqOANUTSSPONGES ....eee..e..............*.. ..................-

.;>Dr. Henry Sloane Coffin.: on dwellings "Fir.e Insurance' : LAWN Maiat.aaac. : ; : For More Natural Hair :
. president emeritus of the Union: mercantile : LANDSCAPING( PRUNING TOPPING. : :
New York, : .". INSURING with vFire ; : Tinting or the.Finest
Seminary bl :
, -Theological bprn.in: New York 71 years-a;o.I 'hold and per \ ;:: .. : FILL Top SOIL.LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed.Marl .. : Will Ship to Any Part : : in Permanent Waves :
if Prof:, William B.. Munro,bf theclifopiia' P4 .onal, effects. Atlantic..Muth 1 I nsurance.C o. Hauled, $5.00 for 4 Yards... .Alto Lots : : of u.s. or Canada : -

ur.j.. famed Institute American of Technolo-historian,, : Save Mercantfie 15% on -, k 1tU Pejjcies Non,Assessable :; : 'Cleared and Marl Spread, Verj., .Reasonable! .: :. Marcy S. Palacio tl.. I I BEAUTYCOLONY) -, :

:. porn. in Canada; 73 years ago. :, stock JitsCrrisbe, Agt t Phone 674 1021 OLIVIA STREET ': : 401 South Street : f :,,-... 'I

.eeeev...@eeeeeeeeeee-ee.e*..ee..*................ : G WEE PHONE 801 : : KEY WEST. FLORIDA : l- .. 1;
,"IIII.iI1111. .....................i.... .. ................................. ....................e.sSSS : 521 SOUTHARD STREET ;'ry ::
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee... :55 5 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : eeeeeeeee...........*.................................. .................1 :; Next SouthernmostBeauty Door to the dr ;:

!t : : ... 822 Fleming, Street-.j : : Open Daily and Sunday, : : : : LICENSED.BEAtmCWcS'. v *;: :
) ..: : '" For th.'B.lt .;.'.' :: 1 5 P.M., to 1 A.M. 4 i.: : Appraisals :, : S ecial' l'.in/'ha Most Modern Phases- S.:- R.;:''
2 SERVINGS Tm : UeautfCitliure? .' '
Leases of -
-: SALES'andSERVICE : Dinners : : : 1:1
COMPLETE : .. Y; Rentals :: Phone 206 forlAppottment :
.i Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : : SE HABLA 'ESPAKOL,, :

SERVICE ,.oa,w' .*.............REASONABLE............PRICES......-.g-.. ......=.. : Improved Management and Vacant : .....................55.55.551....ee...55.55s. .
{ .: : S : ............5..5.5.5..5.5555.....aROMERO'S Properties in Key West : s ...... ......Mo0
: 306 : DEALERS FOR ; and Monroe CountyJ.
MargaretStreet i iii J''t1 Cushman Motor Scooter : ELECTRIC i .G. .dWk; -Low Prices I I
,: : Dayton BicrcleStMlcoto SERVICE OTTO : ii '.
; Rubber Enamel : : : : Daily.between 9:30 AJi. and 3:30 : '
PHONE 1301 : j : S We and Rewind All Types of : : : PJvL Appointments are accepted : ;
Rental Service : Repair : from public by Senior Students of ,. :
411 Fleming Street : .
: Pick-Up and : < PHONE 1013 :: : ELECTRICAL MOTORS i : 919 Whitehead Street TheSouthernmost 't.l 'I:

Deliveryeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : :. Bob Daniels.Proprietoreeeeeeee .: : WORK FOR and DELIVERED : : Phones 124 and 736-R : School : ,
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.;. ........eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee................... .............. ...PlIONE 1184 Just Ask f or BRnT Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : r.. ..
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MODELS OF THE: : .................................,,........... of Beauty Culture .:
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'Monarch of the Air : eeINSIMNCE 523 Southard Street
Auto : ; MAJESTIC NOW ON DISPLAY : : Are You Covered Financially? '! : : : l
: There are a number available with over 800 hours :
c : Wire Recorder( RADIO riionographJ- :" ,.The Financial Responsibility Late is Now,:: ;, of state approved instruction who know the latest
II z : : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
: : : Ideal Gilt a LibeialTTadeinJAllowanceBring r 5 'Effective for:Ali Owners of Autos and Trucks : OFFICE : under expert supervision ofa licensed teacher of
Service : 1 : Drop In''and Let Us Explain This Law to You Todayl! : 521 SOUTIIAKI : beauty culture do good work at very low prices. Although
: Your"Radio for Repair rJ e : appointments are not required, it is advisable.
I : Batteries "Slo" Charge ; to A Radioman 1: Key West Insurance Co.. : : STREET : For Appointment Stop at ; i
Opposite Bus Station :
Starters and GenllatorlUGIITS !I : I8An : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 537 '"
; 24-Hour .Radio 316 SIMONTON STR2ET PHONE 1371eeeeeeeeee : ...... ...........
and ; :.. .......................................... 5..55.555..55555.5.555 155 5
: ...-.............................. e a PHONE NO.. 1 .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.
IGNITIONMOTOR TUNE UP :i : Repair ServiceAI'sMusicCo. '- I REPAIRED '__ .( Just Arrived-COAT SUITS Sequin-Trimmed ;
'. Il'tIJ' 'T :: BICYCLES "". ; : DRESSES..Lace-Trimmed SLIPS.PANTIES.GOWNS \
: S .FOR RENT S -TIIE- ; : ...Lovely DRESSES far Children Drapes.Curtains :
1 : R ? PorterAllenCompany beets.Pillow Cases. Combination TABLE and FLOOR ;
: : J U Our Customers Must Be 11 : MODEL RADIOS Cash or Terms ;
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I \ \ : : We HaveRECORDS Authorized MAJESTIC Dealer ; Satisfied ; HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. ;1
: 211 Dual Street ,. : The Latest 629 Eaton Street : ; 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1310 ; :, .
..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei.,..: :................."..v..t...PHONE U.......1081.............. OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE 1 eeeeeeeeeeee.eee. :..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeBEAUTIFY -.

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': : When You Go .... ,... .. : .... .Th e Division Street : : GOLF COURSE : i
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PRICE TOURS :?' .'S n:,'). ... ':' ,., o' c> .A... b J.f' ,'" :; .
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: S Laundry : AleE. uv4 : : EXPERTLY INSTALLED 1
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: How DR.Located COBO'S: H m The Foundation of Today's COME BRING YOURBUNDLES S STbs. to GOLPLlHltS tM il Key West I 1 t

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FLEMING" > OFFICE STREET ; .., upjp.10 45c : Floor Covering Co.
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: Raar of La Concha ; S Key W..t Agent : Soap. Detergent and Bleach Supplied ; Have Fun I
: PHONE 124 ; : OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY A.M. to S P.M. .. ; KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : : 111 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORIDAeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :

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and continued cold this afternoon : : i'' : "
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9NcitJnED IN :il'' I' ; : t } i! BogieTournament today slowly diminishing autfbecoming ;; L t -- jl1 V

: moderate rifcrtherly to f

t.: QLE j OF MAtn!( .fA\fJ-( \ .1 I t"f':: : : ; '; f CHAJ4CS' UP 791; ONLYTP night, arid Tuesday.. Fairweath- Jiii k .. a I r I

;INGS ANNOUNCED. ;'Rcd / I er.Jacksonville to ApalachiccLj_ f i rii/Jrt; :i 't 14 k.i' ? LV !
| Eniqy' I QN BREAK 80;;V I : 'I
craft warning '.displayed'
The 'winter season foiling ,* < '. It. : ; f
1 p ogJ.am for 1948 been ; t I FQf1n) TIED AT 1#);I pver entire district for! fresh to '.. .t4'Y V V fI
b&s, ,rep : Lo4 Fishing moderately strong northwest to V

lead l by the- Key West Coif ., I TWO':;AT,83Kerrpjt north winds slowly diminhiryg.p | I

Club's-! Tournament committee*, i|I J. Mrt- and >Is. Clyde Rice, end Loucks was low medal THE .MAGNIFICENT. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GYMNASIUM is beginning to take definite shape as construction progresses -

f The program starts off'wiUt:'jchildreo r Crosby! Remmie' and ist in the Blind Bogie tournament? Report without! delay on the Cater campus. Future home of the College of Physical Education Health and Athletics; the new

the 'Golf ,Club's championship'I Barbara, left' Sunday: for their I held the! 'weekend building will permit adequate housing of the UniTer ity's growing programs of student health .physical education. recreation: and b
over the Key! West Fla Jan.
: 5 1948
Jouranment beginning today.. home Ashevllle, N. C*. aftervisit t "bolt Observation I intramural and intercollegiate! athletics. The section: under construction in the above picture::: is the main auditcxiun (gymnasium -
West ( taken at
Key ClubLoucks City Office, i
Defending clubchampion, Harry a .' over the Holidays with V I ). which has a permanent seating capacity of .500.. V
8:30L .
4 I Rice's mother Mrs t t. score of \9, was the )
MtL. .. GraceCrosbyo1 j
; ,
Knight will have lots'of competition 4 Temperature 1 .--- -- --.---- .. -- -_- --..
sub-80 -- ------0--- ----- -- -- -------- -- --
.AsUby streeet. .T' only round recorded.
in Jimmy -1 1 ; \ I Highest yesterday __ ___ 731 I I
,city Champion gice '.come every year'-to Key,'1-;; In second place with 88's were. !!I Lowest last night V tion descendants of such imrni1 at a dexterously rapid pace. in
64 j
.Mira, Humbert Mira- George'f-Wes' to vbit.'I'and to enjoy the'Harry Knight'Alton/Fark. H VVVVV V grants do not receive: the equality a terrific din of automobile horn
'. n1- Mean -----__.._.._____ 63 The Twain
Valdeav- Gilmore Park,' Altorif'L"kn.k .. : bert, lira.arid Dr. Jick: Uayet.I .. H Normal V 69 i Have Met of treatment guaranteed under;; an dthe clang of street! car lan Uj -
Park; Kermit Loucks Charlie f IT !WlieyAhav.elready cent two;I r'In'vthird "f>ositiontwiUf ah 83: '--Precipitation---------- I '. f Ataturk's netv" Turkish rornti.i -j But the crowds who throng the

Smith, Norman' D. ArjmariDr.v\ oth rjAsfaevitle residents to .Key,each were- Jimmy Mira."and, Norr. Total last 24 hours _. T. ins./ (Coprright 1947. Mason RossiUr Smith) i tution5 narrow sidewalks of the business
Jack;' Hayes and Bob "Spoils t; W tt.tG'.indpIge 4in the sport f roan Dr.: .Artman., > v* I. Total this month '.h .. .02 ins. Only as rece tfy as 1942 thsse: streets all day and far into the

wood. It 'b, a match play tour j tviiicb i they 'find so fully 'satisfy; ''1": Blind Boeie'winners includI -, Departure.; this month.20 ins. V peoples were heavily taxed, int t I night and the people who fill the

t ment with the- entire',dub paVttcipating .... said. Mrs. Crosby. 1 I l ed'Val r- Vinson. tt race Oi'Brvant. -' Total thjs 'year '-'__ .. .0% ins. ;; IstanbuL October 8. < comparison with other Turks, aridmany [I restaurants and night clubs eve.
in four flights. Trophies. "L: yf'- .' : ; -' .' ,. Louie.Pierce.and Norman D, Departure this year.2J ins.I The impressive fact in Turkey today is that. while most of them fear they mayagain ning after evening are well dressed -
will be awarded to the winner L : c I Artman, $3 apiece;'inky Osborne Relative Humidity |I 'other European and Asiatic peoples attempt in despair and be forced to pay exorbitant in the very latest western at-

and.,runner-up in each flight., _"' I. : II and Paul .Mesa. $2.50; each; VU'*- .- at Si30 A-M. i confusion. either to build up. revise or, tear down the principlesof taxes just because they are tire. The average Turk, who
The January dinner I \SKETBAtESCHEDULE ] sell Hyman and Bill Dunn. $'.5.0 66% I 11 democracy the Turks-who began their long march toward minorities. wears an American style hat and
will be played with the r : : each- and George Valdez and BarometerJ I j free government only 25 years ago-are' actively engaged in I(I By virtue of graduation from an American style business suit
B.uneine"up j" (Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. of is thoroughly western in his ap
[ Hartley Albury $1.00 apiece. college Turkey, a Turk be.
making it 'work. The
as the firstNund', in 4he, / j r : process involves a strange mixture of In addition he reliem.I .
30.17 ins. 1021.7 pearance.
Individual mbs.
j scores: ]East comes eligible for a commissionin
club West. of the and the old. with resultant
championship but. iaC t '. new many bIas American marked
a the
Valdei ..._ __ ___ Tomorrow's Almanac the military service. But officer's to.a
Genrge JM j
handicap basis. One week bT, cur, Ieceation [ paradoxes. But the determination of the Turkish people in the
1Zp.4 .! 'Sunrise .. 7:12 l V degree.
1 !!J" E. Jones ?- ,....__._. ,_ _,_ 96 -- -------- : a.m. ;I II rank is rarely given to
be allowed for ..the''playing 'DepirimsutIiGiE&HOOL 1 j|:Octavio Redo __ __ ___h. J05 Sunset V__ VV -----VVV- 554 p.rn.I' !accomplishment is equalled in present day importance only minority people. ; To begin with. he is a friendly

the dinner matches, January.- 'ill i l GYM |'Bob Saunders n.--_ __h?_ ._ _- 99 I Moonrise --_ _, _- .__. 3:09: a.m.( by the momentousness of their decision to cast; their lot with the I f i "Not that it bothered me very I chap, cordial to strangers. and
; thru Jan. 11. -1 |I Fred Mathews _, :.. .. 92 Moonset 2:19: p.m.I western powers. \'I much." one highly educated"minority" .!extremely well informed. He is

t :"On January 11, the'' M I C
\ Country Club comes down; !t 01 I Robert Knowles hn __._ _--___ ... 87- TIDES America entirely free. There ore Inequalities and injustices. day, "because.you're really much admits that his country is small

Key West for a return :'rotten. :.& ) i i!Charles: Splas _____..... :._ n__ 93 I Tomorrow feelings of religious prejudice. plus persecution of minorities better off a? a' common soldier and only well started toward

The Miami club soundthump! N7QO-- BocatChica Marines vs.i James' McCardle _. '_"-_ -So.q| (, (Naval Base) : by mare modern means but with the ancient antagonism of the* than as 'an officer-you hdve. a westernization he deals with his

ed, the local* when they. ,placed i < ; .Independents i I Kerinit Loucks\ : -_... '_ _. 79 (Eastern Standard Time) I Turks toward former subject peoples. There are signs of concentration lot more fun But from the I foreign counterparts on an equal:
in :Miami in 'August Among *8:05-Wilkie v,. K. W. Transit.}Bob Dillard .,,,,- "':":' _. .*. ___ V 87 I High_ V Low oi capital and political in the hands of' a comparative standpoint of pride I must confess ;: basis, with pride in his country's
I I. ;f power
____ _.__ __ past and confidence in its fu-
those coming down ford the 9$0-Beachcombers vs. The Hazen Jones .hh 9fl 7:08: a.m. 12:39: a.m.?,**\] few.. and a tendency some influential that it made me a little
-.1" Cohens. ..0; F. S. Elbertson ..-_._ __-__ 90 6:13: 1130 :. among groups angry." V j ture. He is an optimist. When he
matches arMCC : 8..m. )
p.m. toward
charopioq-Arj- ;- one-party government. a tendency so :strong that political : he does it in the
does business.
Warren Bethel, : ___ 104 :: Arid the is
I ---.4 I two-party system an
pold Minkley. Bill Stemb1 .1: ;; 61a vslK-.W. Etecfcric Walter Vinson ____ _.__ .'___ .n 91 : ADDITIONAL- DA A'" h independents who forced recent'development of the two- innovation in Turkish politics.It V American way-with a luncheonto
Bascom Lotsj isch and Sam An- -l party system took their futures and perhaps their lives in their the leaders in the industry or
... '< Repair.8OO.oncis Bascom Grooms .. J04 Station came about only because
-- --- Reference : Key West fi
derson. The locals are confident vs. \Naval OnI m Hartley 'Albufy_____ __-__ .__ 93 j Time off[Height of :hands when .they came out*, -- .. President Inqnu who is nearly as trade to whom he wishes to sell.
that they will "taqthe Miami i nance. 1 James Mira .. !93 publicly and- actively to -J'1 I powerful the late .. in which everyone who cares to
.n. StatoDTide Ildgh wpte I V support .,.,. ... ._,...:,,_,....d... ?,? ??.?, a* Ataturk
team on ,the. locals eourse The, ; ;QOr-Son r School vs.; ;Paul Mesa VVHxubert ---_ f9ft< Bahia Honda %-at\ri; ] .it.* j- "U'"UI"'Ut.I: "" 'J4r 5U"-U-"" favored it; and because a num- speak can be heard. He displays

,Miami team has won,the trophy J ':. 1380.THURSDAY. H ',Nira-.. .., --- I' (bridge10n4o, 0.0 ft. Yet Turkey Is free, in the sense J r mepi;:and literally'made" T Turkey ,ber. -influential newspapermen 1 impeccable manners socially, so
that; the Key Westers put UP ;-, 'I Harry"Knight ___ ___. SOl Ko Name Key +2hr. 1 1I that all her people can go about'j a 4J atIefU power. -.r1 I;had-.-.-against considerable opposition impeccable in fact that he is.

J for the matches and now jh Jo- K:.)!.!1edr R Uvs.. Alton-Park.._-. --...-,+;---- ,so I I eat ,i4e) iZ-JOmirL j t'I <<1 L business of, life with relativery "One"of the world's greatest -urged it strongly. ;; sometimes-perhaps this is a .
leaders. Turk of Greek des-, ..
tats'are anxious to regain it1 '\ :.;f.. f '/& Iii Bill Dunn --=---__ --m.+t06 ,Boca'Chicaohr.. ,> I few control or government. a It came ln\f\ being only a few hangover from ancient custom--
I On January 23. a Pro-Amateur '81lO-l w: Tnlnslt Y'. ,Jimmy Heg ;/. .-..-.,.: -_'.107 :- (Sandy Point) 40 miD- J t strictions. The average Turk 1]I[ cent told inc a few days -later.I II ''monthsago, .and even last August inclined to delay the business at
what it
tournament will be heW with tEe chooI9OOobs Sonar''Jimmy Cooper ,-: '97 Caldes: Channel +2hr. J[ike the svcrsge American cap I'I"You cannotimagine '!among influential Turks who distrusted hand in favor of the >social

Pros in the Miami-West ,P-ln> ; : 'Sport Shop :Cparles S/nlth -* ._.-' 95 > (north end) ..10 nun. +1.4 ft. I live his own life nearly as he m to an.t abolish to abolish the veil the fez the and ancient then* the "mass vote" in two- amenities such as a cup of Turk-

Beach .area invited to pll'\id.\ .... .ASR",1, VB'f:Bob Soottswood ._ 86 oOo plea esAnd in making the i.party system there was a movement ish coffee. before the business
pate. -- : Mrs.* Claudia coffey '. V 109l4is (NOTE Minus sign 'c choice for democracy he has I customs of a very old people. But to return to the one-party discussion bP ins.
V : corrctionj { !
.. January 18th, Handicap c. OlE-.JNUTE r: .( >- Cla.ra-.Dunn i T'V-_=-'.... '1ft7 to be subtracted. Plus { I liven the lie t6 the ;ancient poetic these"You things have he to did remember in one day that! j'!I arrangement. Bpt this was overcome He makes no bones about his
Ladies John BlackwellV V 1 12 I naxim of Kipfing. who I .and the two-party systemis admiration for American meth
f sign-corrections to be added. j i' wrote as Moslem!I
tournament will 'sp&nSor-: .SPORTS QUIZ 'J r rjf Ward Tyson u-_. ;:__:L.".__ __.'90 -- 1 regards East .arjd West. that "n vr -I we are principally a : now a part of the basic law of ods. American products and
it is in
and that custom
ed, with all local and visiting'w- JJt: Kirschenbjuun 95Ucrace *? the twain thou ll meet." They people, a ;;the 1nd. Americans in general though

.: ,man golfers invited' to* 'psrticu, When' did Joe'Louls become 'J j] '<:r l1'llt _,_ _._ .STLouie WILL YOU-SMILE? | Jo meet and successfully in many Moslem countries for the i i occasionally he has been disap

.. .te'. Pierce VVVVV.'_."".- 95 "rurkey. men to wear the cylindrically[ In the present continuing period pointed. And once that happens,
heavyweight champion?. \ Lesson I red with the black<
0 The Havana. Cuba Biltmore j William Curry 84 Laundry : : The present day importance of I shaped cap of change, both the old and he is quite likely not U> get

t(lf team ,is expected to be over as$7-,a.What& ,.-;.... : fight was first broad- |J i Dr<:Ja k' Hayes +-._.___ moon 80 hat tneeting and that determina- top fringe, which hanging we call down a fez.from thel}'[the new are evident in Istanbul "stung" agairmV .
the first part of February: for-'a ,J Nprmah D. Artman 83 : Chemistry Professor: Name 11 jon: toward democracy lies, of Turkey's largest' city. The one criticism I have
return match with the*local."niW 3. "When",, were ,the Olympic J D[ D. Dunton' =." __ 94 three articles containing starch. i e course ,in Turkey's geographic "Furthermore it is; a part ofj;! When you talk about man-. heard of America came from an
)r lie' wielders. I gameSC: held for' the' first time? J]D.I K. Peterson _:_ 53 Student: Two cuffs and a. 1 I position.; She holds the entrance the Mohammendan religion that I;! power." Ed Greenwald. chief of Armenian textile merchant who
4/0ive-1he last year in which ]K. B. Austin .:_ 90 collar. : the Black the Mediterranean women must always be veiled.;i the Associated;< Press in Istanbul, showed me some of the dress
Junior Chamber: of ComMerci\ BobJ jf Johes held. the Open. Golf Jack .Evans; __iins ft rom via Sea the to of And Turkish men were very;!told me, "you SEE it here. This eoods stacked to the ceiling of
city championship tournament- th inpi n hip. 11 Jim Hartzell .. V .. .87A. II proud and protective of their);is literally true, for along the his warehouse. Most of it was of
will be held March" llth thru ,,...5-; Whtf, waJoh, Cobb? .: G.. Sands '.' ,93 Citizen.Read theClassiri c! Ads in The tAn he 3osphorus principal and water the Dardanelles route from wives. The veil protected women ,[docks in the warehouse districts Turkish or Middle East manufacture. -

HJh. Also two eighteen IOlchandIcap } -- Russell Hyman V: V .. JOO I from the eyes of :strangers.' and along the business streets "But look at this." beaiid
outhern Russia the
1 S( to To
tournaments 'will beheld S $; J Pinky Osborne -.* 90 I he: north are the UJS.S.R. and "Thus to abolish the fez and : thfe visitor sees hundreds of men. as he pulled down a couple

at the same time. The city 1. .JU eli1937.. v Professional Joe Looez ?I:aid. RUSSIAN 1 he Russian-controlled Balkans. the veil meant to remove. ford-j,carrying unbeliavbje loads on bolts of dom from a shelf. "This
championship is a 36 hole ev nt. 2. pemi .Carpenterf 1921. after: Sunday's plav that abi ut Io the south l is the strategically bly. some of our most j their backs heavy baskets: of i j.: American goods. and I can't
f :The tournament committee '3.171& B.C.ey 175 golfers had performed on the important "Middle E9.iC', with its religious customs.: But it became jillegland j fruit stacks of crates of vege- sell it. They won't buy it.

'consists of tourpament director C; 93Q.% .(' :course..' lie added that this is the tfoslern peoples and its vast res- it is still illegal-to tables and merchandise huge "It's unfortunate, but 111 tell

Harry Knight, members: James; largest play ever recorded on the :rvoirs of oil. That this once wear either. I wooden packing boxes safes. furniture you why. Some time ago some of
Cooper. Fjelden Elbertson &nd 5t Holder. ( of one-mile speedrecord Key West Golf Course since his! A? Newsf.ahxres Pictograph I ITy Eastern!; land could in so short a "And then to abolish the Arabic j: even large pieces of heavy us received some business let-

Jl mDert'JiraClub! ; ,PresidentRVagJe. '. $! !j? .,utomobil s. "TiRointment' as golf professional ,time adopt the western way pf I alphabet and introduce Roman!j..electrical and mechanical equipment ters on impressive stationery
; ]here-t U.S. characters so that our languagecan f i-om Amei ican concerns. an4
and Pro : V ife and tIe.same time becomei i
t $ntith Joseph at
Pet.iI re' X-dfficto ;; JB IICI, ':rUG'DPEJ J Lopez: will.Jt> aided until some I democracy cannot; help but have be read.:! in western style, like) Men here are beats of burden. we placed'orders for their good

.' : Jjjembergjy" '( c\. ) lze. \in ,Fbruwy;bVRqt:? ,Cof V ts influence. ( other::, 'peoples English' or frrepsh or .German.!11 on a competitive"' basis wiih the Although we had never heard ofh.m
; .ChMpiahipfljgit .. sgron1.a.na"1brUiddle *ooth V V rJs be aLso did inone: day; -and hors and cart, of which there : before. according to their
j V
gesaid twi.;'U:$; Capt Williard fey; g vho live same 'regioP.rliough''RlISsi ). "
(Losers tf First Round will form $LPAYSAb.ai irtV.tije
.in doing "it, he opened education thousands driving constantlyat letterheads. they were -
: Atlantic' States P.G.A. : i are corporations
A. and her satellite
\ offIeer
commanding I
FIRST FLIGHT. All matches. :Sounders will his to all the people. For Arabic I ; breakneck speed through the and the letterheads looked
champion. Coffey spend
Qf the governments; shout till they are
18.holes, except FINALS that Submarine Bas; J that
r characters are so different *Iedu'ation ]narrow cobblestoned streets of good. When the merchandise
'r tr. Frank time -in the.'givine<< of lessons to loarse that the Turks are merely
will be a 38-hole" match)- Com", Ramsey. USN; ((1 1 j beginners or 'to 'those more advanced ools of Anglo-American imper- was limited to the ]Istanbul about and around the arrived we found that the goods I
Pairings follow local:'rna acer: of the line and "
few. load
in ]plodding human carriers. were as much as 6 inches short
H. Knight given 'Bye.B. .' W.> H. 'Cte ELty1.. Miami agent of golfVplSy.Coffey alism: the fact is obvious that books and : i
r Turkish newspapers. i who,, by the way. are among the in each bolt So we just quit I
has ben playing the lemocracy in Turkey is a success->-
SpotUwood va.Dr. $. W' the PVniAtkmtic: Transportation it magazines, in general makeup.' :]highest paid workmen in the city. buying American goods. ;.
local I excellently and his ul. going concern, and that
( K ell\P. Company'.were introduced, by .j course of printing and design look much)They are poorly clothed often "We found out later that the V
long drives -marvelled at bv las brought a large measure
Clem Price vs. Ken Toves.t Kermit ,Liwin, chairman of 4 ej hereople. like most wsetern publications.11and | j ragged and barefooted but thev ;| so-called 'corporations' were peo-
and to
1 the t local: mashie clubbers. "Rut"has lappinsss prosperity
George .Valdez V8 Charlie\ program. their circulation expands ]]have been known to live to 102.>; pie who had maybe a desk and a
Sala*. -,- ] ''Gay byi, had five'birdies on the ninehole $40 -.j-q '> almost daily as new "crops" of ;j am}, in contrast with other common ; telephone in a small office in
were supplied
Hermit Loucks vf'r Mat. f | layout during one round I,, a s't The westernization of the students in oncoming generations'learn i laborers they make as much New York together with a lot of
hew ... UUi KeJr-West High School Band. 11;which is said to establish a rec 1lc.etsoI.ss [:"larks\ received its greatest im- to read. ;;as 18 per dav- other so-call 'corporations.!
Bo.b Dillard vs, F, Dejaneyv p>>etus, of course. from the late. The of westernization
The of ancient fishing
ord.Those process same type They were without credit or any
'j Charlie, Smith vs. Geti. J. MARCH OF DIMES \ desiring lessons from the g;reaL dictator, Mwstapha Kemal and democratization was slow., j vessels which plied the water decent financial standing

Jones. '* ,' ,(([ Pntlnued TrvpiI'age One) } j professional may make appointments .1 _ F Jash?. who later assumed the t and it is still continuing. But in <)' f the Bosphorus and the Sea of :; "Are there maay of these people -
Atatuik ("father (
Curry Harris v*' J\fipb rt ;morrow: The committee has caU4 by contacting the Pro hrsp.undqf -- n lame "ft o the course of the years Turkey j Maimora in olden times bring in in your country-and why
Mira ,ed on .a number ot( businesspeople Shop, Stock.lsland. 'I furies "the No. 1 Turk a cog- has developed a vast educational t tprogram tons of fresh fish to the bazaars does your government permit

Gilmore' Park vs. :Paul" ,Mesa. already and will recheck I. oQo 11P omen given to him by a grateful for all her people, one of every day, to make Istanbul one this sort of thing'"I
jL : with' those already seen and Due to the large number of ladies icople who spea kQf him today j the widest and soundest in the i c)f the greatest seafood centers of; tell you that it's unfortunate -

Louie Pierce vs. Bob Knowles. make first' alls, on others. I 4! now Playing< a.$ ,the local "rith the greatest of reverence.) world. "While half of our na-h" t the World. The ships, which I because: there are many
F."Elbertson V$. WUU9 vWatkins. | drive' I course, each Tuesday hereafterwill According to Ibiahim Camli, tional budget" one Turkish eduI| I have/ seen on the ways, are built other responsible American firms
Officially the Dimes .. of the Istanbul bvreau of| I
) be designated as Ladies cator remarked is devoted so \in, much the same manner as they with whom we have done busi-
J, xtrtsJan.; ,13. but with the $20- 25 Coen" or "no. t]he Arab News Agency the pro i iess
'Anthony ][)ay", an4 a sweepstak$ tournament necessarily to national defense. were years ago and the customary ; ness satisfactorily for years and
000 quota set for Monroe,County 2S sOl"' .' qf westernization had begun j jong it education
Hayes. iy will be held on that day I' the next largest item in is motive power is picturesque But 'taken
V vears. once you get
Norman Art- \> |'le N',Ucr,al Fpundation for each before Ataturk, but it was ." V I
Leo Lopez vs. : { week. Any visitipg lady t triangular: sail with the modern by one American textile firm..
jnan. Infantile Paralysis. Baggett is.jgttting' 'golfers are invited to participate ie who "legalized" monogamy,I! Yet in spite of this education-j innovation of the auxiliary en- you wonder if they're all that

Jock Sellers vs. Jkey P ark. J !I vi$.organ ation lined upji,i ii in,the tournaments.oOo. he removal of the fez" and th :|al program, inequalities and pre- '( :ine. ; wav." V

William Curry Vl.Char" ,i ia. advance.:. : eil. Before his time. Mr. Camji I j jxplains judices exist. Since Turkey is The same professional beggars. ; And in spite of his optimism
"the ,
Yates. Pinky Osborne is leaving today $$c.ntsiss Vf.r1Qp almost 90 percent Moslem it is' ;and in nearlv the same ancient ;:;nd hi" oridc in the modernization -
Jimmy.. Mira given Bye.' I Uort'than,. 10,000 lakes have for Jacksonville where he V n the cities, had already! begun The perhaps understandable that a,attire as those portrayed in' of Turkey, the businessmanwill
Second Flighf, 1 befO'charted; in the Minnesota( will get his "walking papers" for ) accept western ways. strong religious feeling toward J American movies of the Arabian tell you that often it is difficult -
(Lasers of First Round will form I lake region.. 4'ivilian life duty. After being arem was disappearing-several except Christian and Jewish "unbeliev-''I'Jights' still infest the bazaars, I to introduce a new product -

THIRD FLIGHT. AU ,r-- -?--? ; --i.ison.
matches will be' : .'. ,41 I ikeable golfer will depart for lh lb were extra an hands were needed of the fact that under the oldjE i Sophia and the Blue Mosque.1 been: used before. "You take Brisk
18 Holes.) Walter Yinson vs. Dr. H. Moore. J JMV !Syracuse I' ity. as Ottoman Empire, the Turks ruled t heir clothes a series of ragged i sometimes." he will say

Hazen Jones given Bye S"awyer vs. Bob Saunders. )I oOo V V p farm the land. several subject races with a p patches: sewed one upon another. and often it takes a long timeo

George Carey vs. William Mc-: Jut J Knight, Jr. vs. Ben Freer. j Ward Tyson is back from 22 ,.... or .... "Western dress and manners heavy hand, it is perhaps also imt! heir: limbs distorted grotesquely ''sell ties' idea. But once it

(.:J.kY. Bs ora Grooms vs. J. KirschenWarren i hunting trip .into southern Georgia a- 'o. flvwt .. milk V \\ere in vogue western culture possible to erase racial! prejudices ind I bandaged with dirty cloth or j goes, it goe swell"A
Robert Dopp vs. Octayu lk I ras becoming popular. and west- in the short of 25 j crude wood
space years s upported by crutch- number of American
'\ Tyson his OJel manufacturers -
got share of
l9.t1 V
Moore vs. P. crIriV.:: Bethel rn busnies smethods were find-
Horace since Ataturk
I Hugh vt) (cloves squirrel quail and the appeared. e es. V | are rendering real
) James f'J JcCardle, vs. \VUljiam! (D'Byp k.'- 1'like but reports that the shooting .II it Ig considerable acceptance. The facts are. however, that i There are modern street cars Iii service: to Turkish>> importers, bv
Dunn' I IPa Kerl1\1t.;,Lewin vs. Ignatius ; not up'to.. "This is not to minimize the many native Turks-of Greek Armenian a nd busses, hundreds of new supplying; Qualified personnel
1 Bher vs.Johnilaftler Wekw. .t 11 Le- Seem season there was lss"normal. ir nportance of the accomplish.iep or Jewish descent and b mildings, and store fronts.I who not only understand thV
Albury vs. ZiP'K1vu."h.t CharVie'Lewin vs.iJcemp.'available t this year than in game past V ,4.bevItlOIw.... ........ _. V ,.IT .of AtAtuiK. fog >* was .he, many Moslems who are recent it!hrpughout the city, but the fitreets product) itself. but are competent
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vs. 'Cooper given Bye.;! I 11 1 I greatest immigrants from other coun- sl dangerously: narrow'
Ru *,n.JQ'tJlUl. .T1v ., ti3Qnt. ;_ are : 'pind t public: relations men with adver-
.tl.e tenjtQli l whs of Turkey, tries, or first and second and traffic
k :gentra-; : winding, moves.: (Continued On Page Eight)
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after an argument. After the slaying young Phillips took the family automobile and drove Miss' : :. : I.':'-f:
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eight to tea years. P Meet A:. '. Boy : .t .

'The monument erected in I :
London to the famous Joe Miller .
)had on epitaph reading "Honest '

Joe lIe died Miller in the 1738.Father of Jokes." I a I f You Will Be d/l. :

The banana originally came ,._.,,' .. t-\lf leaapho. W,, : :..- ," ,

from southern Asia and was introduced -. FIREMEN ANDPUMPERS.,battl* flames, sweeping through : .
into the New World three apartment houses two office buildings and another structure ., c
soon after the Spanish conquest. on New York City's West Side at Columbus Circle.: One I 1.. t c c
of the buildings at 230 West 58th Street was destroyed: A dens ..
Three American cities impose pall of smoke was cast over the section and drifted southward I .. .. '
income taxes. over the Times Square area. CI

Benjamin Franklin's maternal I I t He's just a ]lad with\ a bag of newspapers slung ; : l

grandfather Peter Folgcr of WILl YOU SMILE? WILL YOU SMILE? : '

Nantucket Mass., miller weaver : over his shoulder, or a basket full attached to : .' --
and interpreter of the Indian DisastrousTwo One-Track Mind(

language. t his bike but he's in the
a success making.
hillbillies who had never j Teacher (after writing .XXX story .
The first event in the historyof the the blackboard): Tell me,
been train before had been
dale Scotland can be to assigned* which is a its fixed invasion drafted on and a were on their way what does that mean' f Because he's learning about people, about finance rS' I
I to camp. A food butcher came Sweet Young Thing Love and S
\ by the.Roman Julius Ag- through the train selling bana- kisses.TONY'S.
J ricola. in 84 A. D. nas. : and how to conduct a business, through S i .t.

;: The- Dead -Sea waters of Pales- The two mountaineers had ,. .
never bananas and each AUTO and f his route. alert he
: tine have a bromine content several I seen newspaper Bright, w/ .
: times greater than that of bought one. As one of them but BODY SHOP

i Waters in other parts of the into his banana the train en- 603.05 GREENE STREET become self sufficient and well poised so have /
world. tered a tunneL His, voice came; i '

.C The greatest-coal mine disstec to ness.his companion in the dark- t I!i 'SEWLAC We Have PAINT A t ? ', .j. : a.friendly.Word) for him every day. / : :

:"-in the United States' was at Firs Hillbilly "Have you et MACHINEWe 1. r ;
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0, 1907 when 361. lives were Second Hillbilly: "Not, yet Any of the Various 3.500 1 --. : .. I' .,' ... ...,. ; ..
lost. Why Automobile Colors .' C
First ,Hillbilly:: -Well ,don't : ; I.:
Let Us Give You An Estimate: '
Canada will build 12,000 low- touch it., I've et one bite and Painting or Retouching Your Car .1: ; the
rept houses for veterans .in gone blind" : ..

1948. When the United States adopted -i 4 -.-- : boys "0 l ktww to

Miami Florida, employs. 30 a flag with thirteen stars in OFFICE : : : 4

Negro policemen 1777. it also had 13 stripes, but I i Roberts SUPPLIES : CF t cfiru selling tliis :
-- when the -first two starsere .
About one in every three traffic added two stripes were' Ll3o', Directly Opp. Our Old Location 4 '
victims is a pedestrian. added in 1795 to make the present [ : ., S ia : s

don't._ CMD thqtj! mongoose was introduced j!I Complete Calendar for 194S Pad &: Stands: .t -P&k% :4t

West Indies to control ::
into the i i We Can Supply You With All Sizes L' & 4
has become :
snakes bu Slow :a j I i' EATON STATIONERY : ;
worse pest than the snakesThere EVERYDAY CARDS 4
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'i Complete Typewriter and Adding
are about 10 billion universes Machine Repair Department .. f
r.www such as that of which the I PHONE 250 4
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YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER i Circjulation] Departmdht .J')

f HOT FEEL FlASHES CHILLYHere's .... then I .5. 'I.1.TheKeyWest Citizen! :

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Vegetable Compound to relieve such: :
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women help tMtttr (you know what we
ta>Ge finham's Compound regularly mesa') This great medicine also
DOWN, FIDOI! JtememLer thai 'to help buUd .up nalstanc bas.wnat Doctors call s stomachic 0 .
against this distress.Plnkham .
your guests may nor share 's Compound contains no tonic effect.NOTE i Or 7e..a?: pnfw, L1D11 Eo.l ,4
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i Submarine Base Selects

I pI iVo Of Miami TilE TWAIN HAVE MET\ j jt CLASSIFIED- ls. S, 'I

: I; ,. fill' Dedicate (Continued From Page Six) Fr New Recreation Officer

: Information for the Adertlieyii
New Classroom in.t* experience as welL Again|A prominent Turkish businessman ,I
the Kipling:* East.West axiom* puts it this way: aA'I'K' FOR RCGCLAB as. rfM. LT. HOWELL RELIEVES

"I 'af.. Th. Otl__ falls apart. with ,the success Ofj: j "We have fought seven wars ----r-5' S.ai.casrac, TfPBA4v I I mnu Paymt.t u UrtrUbl for UMirid$ la adran adv.*rtl.. but*. REUTHER TO INCREASE : Rainbow GirlsMeet I
'MIAMI, Fla. Jan. 5.-An UU1 western sales methods in'an!I with Russia. We know what Rus- .rtlm .Bia vndtr thl ...a4, r *nlr 4rtU.m' will l d *rcocnu aswill LT. ; -
Eastern land. j sians arc like. We do not fear b* macned la Tb. Cltlxtn At I nay bar. .bale sdv.rttab.a
standing step in the progress I rat* of lo word for *aeh la- menu ,ebsrgdortlos. RECREATIONAL Tuesday
the University of Miami will b t'l Perhaps the greatest contrast!them, we hate them. We don'twant bat lbs minimum chare tor FFBUCATIOft, UBADI.MN:: '
betwren the ancient and thnndei I our people to tall into the firnt It word or lees U >'.. To lAkvi. tnr ueuon. 5S
marked 4:30: p. ra, January lies in retail' which has befallen the rae rat for aamfaee type to Se a b. la Th, Citlsvn fflu tllr-: Iiword FACILITIES A meeting of the Order of
in Turkey decay
with the dedication of the new and 'the.mla'.um.h..C. for o'eJoeJf.b! th. torBtajroB the da' Rainbow Girls will be held
I$4kOn the one hand business!countries and the peoples who tInt 1C w.rdsiu ,tie. I of.,pabUratlOB.. ,
the malt n ; -- intent of further improving [ at 7 o'clock at
classroom building on is conducted in the stores in the 1 today make up, the U.S.S.R., or 4' .S : -S |With the Tuesday night
campus: in Coral Cables. Trie i principal business streets much!I her satellite powers. We ,want. .Al1.* Tm..a !. accepted wider -tft* toitowla* .oa ..Dt of .rroria a4feMJlB" tran.t or cOBtr et, : event will be of importance n<"* in America-the ...,... I will be held. Initiation of new ;
tfr same as progress. r..poaalbU nTr>fnr th* tint ln rtlo In Cta .irf.. A 554 for.inaval./personnel at Key
only to the university bat *tsto. ,price on the tag is the price you There Communists in .Tur- Df*"tay AIvertIsI.g.teresIthe actual amaaat or pae. eeeapl' br tile members will also be conducted ;

the entire state. j[$*v Hut on the other in the f key. but 9re generally speaking they partof-. ...advertisement! !ber.Ib..ro.,:.. :: _, occnr -- : West the U.S._ Naval Subma- at this meting. ;
I ,The first pcrmincr.l structure :i nccnt bataars. where you carhty consist only of,a small clique of U a- s a I!':; .t.. !''I. **. 1 I.-. a a a. S .,. I !rineBasehas: reassigned thetf&iJtfS&ecttpUftli All "Masons and Eastern Star ;

to completed on the new
pus., he classroom bwiVtmt, &**i mcats, and Middle East antiques muists in general are extreme Gerald U.. Howell U. S. Navy. .
: attracted the interest .nctaKtecst I\Ir.-'I. of which. as in America.' ly unpopular in this country. Colored boy for greasing and I'!: Used double bed mattress '$ .OO.i i No snake has eyeiids or external ,
and educators. *** xw Q -s.,. *f recent make but made to! This is I think-as Congress. washing cars. Navarro Inc.i i Paurs Tire Shop.. .lcc31-6t This becomes HowcITs primary openings for its ears. ;;
look.. that way"), trade is cnfbrely bus station. dcc30-tf duty and he relieved Lt
this country bu *1'e :iA cr d : man Mundt expressed it ina recent opposite : j I :
I countries. on a bargaining basis. In interview in Turkey-the i 1940 Ford station wagon. Very R. A.' Reuther in his new capacity I J 4I -

.. foreign. tJvrsac small shops, the seller's"abking brightest spot on this continent order cook. Benny's Tropicana clean. Price reasonable. f Monroe as of January 1. I''I Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good "
. price" is anywhere from For in there is 909 Simonton Street. I
Turkey. no White St.
Motors. 725
has been attached I to
. R. W. Er\in For !3 ,,' 10 times as much as he cx- question of developing democra. jan2.3txLocal I '.' janl-tf STAR BRAND
''Pccts to pet when the deal is"clwsrU It 1.- the Submarine Base since May 1, :
1 W cy" or preserving democracy. -
[ And bargaining to reach, is already here and the Turks tAP, Wr j young ex-ser vice man 101 i}Four-piece' bedroom suite. good 1946 and has been serving in the i AMERICAN COFFEE

3 I AU) CcHcral; |*n *> reement on a price is thccTplcd are determined that it will stay. SHORTLY after she was learn printing trade. i condition. 1006 Southard St.jan53tx. Engineering and Repair Department 'i and CUBAN
( method of doing! business. -' Thov are so sure of it. and so on 'a neighborhood Citizen Office. jan3-tf 1 1 S as Optical Repair Officer. Try A Pound TodayJ. -

t,............... t......, The Turkish merchant in'confident of'n ln- mcric,," her' father eigtit-year-old lie first entered the Navy i in i'
TALLhIL.E&.. J.M &- I***.* Kcmar expects it and enjoys support that they do not hesitate i- lia Ann Tuler (above) Two waitresses. Apply in per Bicycle ice cream; cart. $125.00. 1929:>> and following four years --- -

Chairman F. 13j3n: RajVrss vf the: it nt only because it means a -to "talk back", gently but found dead .of numerous son. Weaver's Camp, Stock Cheap for'cash.. 1021 Packer service on board the battleshipNew

State Road Deportment;; sUted matching of wits. but also and because -, firmly, to the Russians. wounds on a 'neighbor' Island. jan3-2tx. I I Street rear.. jan3-3tx York went to duty in sub J. CARMONA LIQUOR STORE

that he had ,accepted: the rrsij-: he likes the argument Since I have been here the porch less than a block I! marines. II

nation of R W. Dirk) Ervin as jritscmsion and waving of. arms Russian government has handed her home. Police Pipe welders 1 wanted for oil re-I I White outside house paint white Since attending a course of in 1114 Duval StreetA

resident attorney for the depart that it involves. j I a notfr to the Turks protesting acquaintance: killed.her. finery construction near Newark -", enamel, floor'enamel., $2.75 gallon struction at the Navy Optical : Complete Stock of
tribute to Er."in's : The Turkish businessman is aj against what was described as carried the body to the Ohio. Must be able to Large electric heater, WINES. LIQUORS. RUM and
ment.:: Baykss paid That of, I up. ..School in Washington. D. C.. i GIN at CUT-RATE PRICES
j harp trader. qualitv an effort to "recruit" Moslem pass equivalent of Hartford 846 Olivia
with the $9.75.; Dohctty1 & Cq.
years and ot scrvke to his work in ,Turkish character was never!'people' in Russia and Russjan-' Pipe Welding Test. Write: : The]I corner, of Pack r. Phone in 1934 he has served in repair Call; I 13-ltt; for .
department better demonstrated than in the .for Property M. W. P.O.i I activities afloat and .t hore.
I controlled countries entrvinto Kellogg Company -6t
the of the state i 1597.f l8n j his naval service'LicutenaVii'How from//! FREE; Dflirery'
development -eent discussions concerningthe Turkev. Apparently Moslem'! Box 206. Newark Ohio. j In yie-course; fof
road. 'Skln. American "aid" of $100 million -.people subjects of1. Communist- S jan5-ltx:!MISCELLANEOUS-FOR SALE. ell has frequently DELIVERIES Will Be Made
: Last July. Ervin announced [' to Turkey. j jJuHceH dominated states 'are migrating Gato. Jr., '. competed in service aht- Only Between the Hoursof

Chat, ,he planned to run for Attorney bv the standards of'!to: Turkey. ferred to Joe Pearl man a HELP WANTED-MALE I New infants 'sox., yellow, .pink;: Ictic events and aacted as i 4 P.M.and, Midnight
General and that he ,aid to other countries (for cxjample. 'I After" due investigation in,"ertyurCasa Marina lane white blue. Birth announccinepts. Athletic Officer of "'shipk to 'I We Reserve the Right to Refuse

: would-.resign from the Statctoad I! Greece) the sum is notnnrkablv which the Turks took their time. deed O9.according filed Saturday to a with OVER $2 AN HOUR! gift cards, diapers plastic which he has been attached. I Delivery to Anyone

; Department early in January -" : lan e. hut the Turk hey replied that no effort had J I Court Clerk Ross C.. Sell name plates for houses. Write I pads\ ;"all 'sizes.: Polo shirts Jr11118xperie .and a na -I4j'.4' --'

and formally announce hhCandidacy. first of all wanted to knov"what ** been made to recruit anvWl'v Douglas T. Peterson National Engraving 212 Sum sizes 1 to 14."CMhdren't'Cornc tural participating interest ip I

Prior to entering were the determined strings attached not to.be ,. hit| that if people preferred to ferred to Mr. and Mrs. : mer, Boston. Mass. jan5-ltx 421 Sbn. nton. (near- 'Scars). athletics Lieutenant Howell will .
They were to Turkey to live. therevasnt
..sjateservice Ervin practiced to sacrific3i come A. Johnston a property jan5-8-2tx be able to do much in furthering
law atPalatka\ where he has his intimidated.of their sovereignty nor for they! much the Turkish government Seidcnbcrg avenue for $ SALESMEN WANTED the aims of the Recreation. (;
could etc to chance
legal residence. "rc a proud people. But once itJiecame -rninion. And furthcrmor. theTurkish K. C. Jakubek I II E5TA Department of the Submarine "'" t4_
Ervin.. in announcing his candidacy Cyril Curry ,and wife a ,Good Ra\\Icigh locality available TlC
\ understood that Base. .a.. "v .
clearly ,
[ government was glad to of 1500 families. No For kind of properties in Key
I experience any
i for' Attorney General America had no imperialistic. oVti ?-I|Ii. 'T- 1 IOTT," anv T opic* who \\' on Key Largo for $500. I I West be it home or business .. ;: r.- I
needed to start. Large .
stressed his experience gained .. ,, control of the 'Mrs. A. Ranier "\r io.r .r e. .
!sought' no ed to live within 'its hoi- nt-I Mary Paul 626 Fleming To Wed
Permanent contact Boysen. .4bfr
big profits. Apply
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while serving as Assistant Attorney Turkish government. or any gain : 4.ttiSSc
< transferred i
provided that they were willing r? a property [ Full time. Write Rawleigh's Streets phone. 153. .. !It &
-G nei-aL other than the preservation of to work and abide by the laws Pine Key for a nominal dec22-12lx .. c- :} (,o ..* .
\ i I Dept for a marriage .... .. 4t .
democrpcv in the Middle East of the land. Mr. and Mrs. Hilburn R. An application ...- .as -o :e.
\ I Tenn jan5-3tx i dCG .. o 4.--
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filed Saturday
the Turkish-American delegates S ders. was >
'Shoots Off I House for sale'400 sq. ft on your '' got on very well indeed. And The following conversation Susan A. Gardner FOR RENT lot $1500. Write Box 100. c/o office of County Judge Raymond .4oiot O ..) +
'vhen it came to working out the". I R. Lord by Carl W. Stockrr. 24. -., .
I.which does not primarily conr a property on Key Largo Citizen.. dec396txMISCELLANEOUS ,
agreement as to how the money ,r* ) Turkey. i is added in vi;..wof Louise Curry for a $5 of the U. S. Navy and Ro&alic
Leg I II Light housekeeping moms, -
Aching -
: was to be used. complete accord current developments in the T. Jenkins Curry $10 per week. 411 William St, J. Waite 26. of 4-C Poinciana
I I was soon reached. for the matter Palestine question. Teresa I .Curry a dec6lmoxFurnished : Place.

JOIINSTOWN. Pa.-When the was talked out in a friendly atmosphere | "It's a little hit hard." an Pierce: and Simon tori I i Swedish massage treatments: .I.....

pains in his leg shattered by Jap I around a conferencetable. I\ Arab iournalist told me one Hav nominal sum. four-room apartments i $3.00$5.00, $7.50. Ladies only. .- .... STRAND THEATRE

bullets and treated by army doc- English incidentally. is."for most of us Mohammedan M. L. Curry maid and janitor service, linens I i For appointment.. Phone 575. Bathtubs Lavatories Toilets Now Showing
IOK' ,became unbearable. Lawrence now compulsory in Turkish understand attitude on T. Jenkins Heaters "THE ARNELO AFFAIR !
to an.15tI Water
.to your property and all utilities furnished. .; Kitchen: Sinks
Wesfover 29, went on his replacing German or I John Hodiak Dean Stockwell:
!schools .
'r"stir" for nominal Fittings
.. Key Largo a Coral Hotel Apts opposite Post .Soil Pip j jI
porch and blasted the aching the principal foreign'I I
back French as I Maybe it's politics-mavbe Office. dcc23-12tx Nationally organized company Water Pipes and Fittings
'-:- i leg& off with a 12-gauge shot- lan uale. r you have to play up to the Jewish Before prohibition in' th I!I: will build modern type of .Plumbing Supplies Starting Tuesday ''1

; fun. Possibly it is this same feeling element .in your population. ed States, the eating of !: House for adults three",bedrooms!'1 home, fully approved In Key CARLOAD I 'LIVINC IN A BIG WAY" _
.i.: In a hospital, surgeons completed of pride which has made Turkey but why you support the idea was associated with jar.5li'I, $50.00 a week including utilities -, West. at 30',; to 40% I less than BY THE Gene Kelly-Marie McDonald !

,"the below-the-knce.. ampu a I nation of small businessmen.In the.I that Palestine must be made R sumption and the : S until January 31st. Phone!i I conventional cost. 'Example: 2- Harry ?Markowitz: Inc. -0MONROE f
tation.Spanish. Istanbul. for example. national home for the Jews we 1021-J. jan2-3tx!1 bedrom home. fully equipped .
only partially regained \ THEATRENow
majority of business is done in I do not at all see. peaL for '$3,975, Easy terms: $2:; U. S. Highway No. I

PlayS small shops and plants from "In the first place. it isn't as Spacious two-bedroom home, pcrTnonth. We build homes on at LeJeune Road Showing
J r ; cobblers to printers and machine I j though there were no other olaccJin beautifully lurnishcd. Large. the "production line" method. "ASI ES MI TIEBBA"Cerftinflas 1
FOR SALE 485821 40763
At Convent On shops. There are few I the world tQ :which displaced:: ,"i. .- .- l' lot with tropical fruit trees: at-! and save you a great deal of PHONES y Manuel Medel
; large corporations by, comparison Jews. of Europe"-could go. There Store'equipment' One North, ''B aeh: 'Contact 'owner, money. Write C.CU rio Key Miami 33. Florida Spanish Picture

\ ,: January 8th with tthe United States. I are many tundevelorped.. fertile tor display case one R. 1319 Olivia Street. Ph. 1164-W. West Citizen} Key West. Fla. : I
j But there is still a tremendous lands in this world. in the Pacific cash register and jan3-3t' dcc31-12tx Starting Tuesday"DESPERATE" ';
of variation in income between the I islands in North and South S ,.
the Spanish
:"The ;members chine one 34-ft ve
Club will present the comedy:'top-level employer and While thp I I America and in Africa-many of one 'computing scale ( ; Tourist accommodations in private -|I Washers irons vacuums and -GIF S Steve Brodie-Audrey Long

'SMi.Novio Esponol" at the Conant -' average wage-earner. defin j which ,could .if developed become 6 lbs)), one hanging ( home 500 feet from ocean.Brent's .,., fans repaired. O'Briant. Phone
could not discern many much richer than Palestine
1164-M. jan2-tf
701 South.janS7.10lZ.14l76tx
% of Mary Immaculate January class distinctions generally I can ever be. p city 20 lbs.). one meat ; We Offer A Nice Selection

,8, at"7:30 p.m. speaking there seem to be only I| "From the Arab-that is to 'baskets six\ grocery", high-grade store CHOOSE YOUR SCHOOL I' GIFTS For11

The cast is"as follows: two classes: A large workingclass say the Moslem viewpoint. at.niis.: AH' I Downstairs' office at 611 Flcm-: BEFORE YOU ENLIST! O.ion,
:!: Miss Grace Hunter niece of and a sizable: middle class,there is no objection to the es- *tw weeks See ing Street. Apply Citizen Of- All Expenses Paid and $75a Also
$ PriscUla Beverly Arthur. small fringe of extreme 1 national home ; ago. *
rs. with a tablishment of a 'tat Reid fice. jun5-tf Month While Learning
.:-Mrs." Priscilla-Betty. Park- wealth the difference in income for the Jews but the Moslem.- ;rgi i "':.St Grocery or 1020 j Never before has the Regular SOUVENIRSCOME

burst I is great The average laborer -(fail to see whv an Arab country % APARTMENTS FOR RENT i Army offered the young men and SEE

I 3 El,Guapo-Matildc Ramos. makes about 110 lira per must be seized in order to provide 1041 Chevrolet Club of America the chance to select

I Perciosa-Eblclla Delgado. month which in Turkey- and, it"After dio and heater. good Modern spacious. furnished:;; apt. ; one of the more than sixty TROPICAL TRADER
Un Guardia Civil-Christina inflation here i is close to the all the Arabs have livedn quire 629 Eaton Street. Twin beds. sofabcd near ocean. ;j i technical schools before enlist- 718 Duval SU Phone 1000
I 1 Sanchez. general European level-is just j, Palestine much longer than ; Adults. Seasonal. 811 United ,i i ing! But right now. for a urn

*Un Emplcado de Estacion about enoufih to keep body and <1 he Jews have ever lived there. St.. Apt. 4. jano-6tx i i I ited lime, men with a high
: soul together.:; There is no lack I'of jnd they are as jealous of thc' school education or better can
Motorbike. -Very cheap.
Sylvia Un CarUf Cow&er. any kind of merchandise in j rights to what they regard as 1202: Whitehead St. : TWO-BEDROOM apartment. on '' enlist for three years and bei -
the stores. But food and clothinc ,tins Vendcdora de Agua-Do- extremely expensive.. in! Scandinavian n.'"- You
are I sav. the RESTAURANT. Doing $ only. of their choice! These men may Let Us Help
,ra Martinez.. .l Trns of work i nfmen's wages.',, lcs. as the descendants of Leif net. 1 I select from such diversified ( '
Una Vendedora de Pastillas de although the official exchange:: of I;rickson., or any other peoples per year Long. FOUR one-l>eHruom arMrtmcnts, fields as Radar. Radio. Medical
Cafe-Dolores Solano. 2.8 lira to the American dollar.,!:vhosc! colonists setled in America living quarters season rental. 700 Duval St'I I-abrfratory 'ork. Automobile Plan Your Floors 'fliJ ,

Una Vendedora' de TorlasLaurietta makes living for the U. S. visitor before your present .govern Key West's best! mo Phone 16. Mechanics. Parachute Riggine! ,
Roberts. reasonable by our standard j,ment :was born. suddenly demanded grocery!,.. \tith. ;.( (' :; j is n3-tx I whatever your choice maybe : I'rcr Estimates Gircn
Una Vendedora dc Nucccs (The "black market rale-and.; a slice of the United' small rent living the Recruiting Officer will Asphalt Tile

Ray Neubig. it is really black for money is'| St tatPS as! a ottionahome.. stairs. 20000.00 net ::; FOR SALE I be able to guarantee you train- .Rubber Tile
covertly that I never! fact that the Jews claim in field long Vaa6& C7dd
Una Vendcdora de Flores traded so' The per year.ROOMING. ing that !so as.va Cork Tile i
ploria Carbonell saw dollars chance hands through it on religious principles moans Plumbing< supplies. complete cancies exist: A :young man Plastic: Floor Tile tnV
but official channels in' more to the Arabs than it Plastic tile. paint and who embarks a Regular Tile I
Una :Vendedora dc Frutas- anything! no HOUSE .- stock. I j upon Plastic Wall
; _... waitine ,
: .1, '* A T .. formerly
= con
if peoples this
IdaHaskins.: 1 cty-ss u.x. would to you cated, a real buy. if : brushes. Murray's Plumbing.! Army career in way assures .BroadfelisCapello l

.:.Luis-Isolina Casanova. J told.) --I in America demanded for a that part or of I an investment. Don't 1532 N.W. 62nd Street. Miami.!1 himself of rapid advance-: Wool Rugs fku$
Mar- your country now Fla. Phone 7-3421. jdnl-tf l ment (Non-high school graduates Acoustic Ceilings
r Pace Estudiantes-Patricia Istanbul located at the junction other reasons. I! apply for this training -
*l. T SMALL HOTEL for lease. :; may Hardwood Flooring I .
tin.. of the Hesperus with the "The difficulty now is that this beach. This is a 1940 Stud<<:,hak"r Champion. 4- i:I shortly after they cnlUt.t _Formisa for Sinks. With VENETIAN BLINDS

Jose-Magdalcna Russell. :Sea' of Marmora.. with a macnificcnt !.situation' which is after all international a I for a live wire. door sedan, $700.00. 8.1-5: Poin-I j Early choice will afford th. Counters. Tables Venetian blind l.nd encn&atmeat
Duena-Beatrice Armayor.Senorita' the Golden! affair. has become an nearest
harbor local ciana. jan3-3tx best choice so see your .Floor Sanding and : and captivating beauty to
Espanola Edith city. Within matter because US and US Air Force
Horn, is FOUR APARTMENTS. Army Refinishing
t of the I I w* requ te nblatioa...
Knuckt the confines of the old eitv1 the strategic position ed and stays that way 1940 Plymouth 4-dnClr sedan, new. Recruiting Officer today. You'llfind -
control ht..1uure
Senorita EspanolaHelen walls the buildings are both:Arabic countries with their vast of I round. Good local motor. nE'W transmission. '43 him at Post Office Building Modern Floors & Tile I : piivacx. -

I French.. ancient and modern with some!I resources in oil: and because of quick sale only $ ., plates. 220-A, Poinciana. i Key West. Florida. ---
Senorita ''EspanolaMary j I..of the handsomest architecture] the strong political position I' I jan5-2tx, I j< n5-lt; j -KEY WISTI: (I)
The cri-<; Jews in America and Eng J. L. CATKS:
Waltcrson.Musica the East has produced. the DUVAL ST. business : VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY
-Mary Saunders. of the street vendors with their' land. It. therefore. becomes Apartment and hotel 1910 Studebaker ("nuf>(. just over- Dressmaking: and alteration<. Flooring Cuntrarlor:

Song: Ciebto Undo-Members scales and baskets of fruits "inIe -] very difficult problem international to solvebecause political -I I'-': ation'! for tourist (' hauled. 1003 Division St. Apt.j large sizes a specialty. Ion 1434 VIRGINIA STREET 120 DuvaL Jeffenon Hotel Bldg.
constant tooting of of its 8. jan5-3tx Margaret Street jan53lR1HTING ;
with the bdacti For the wise iri
of the Club. : CALL 1042 for Estimate
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automobile horns ----- ,
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crowded streets. It is a busy j, the Arab want !Cecil Carbonclli I I : ill --_-
irno4DwA113IA1tKET( SUPER in the vast America and England i -
: city colorful not only I|: presumably. after all t :puval St. -_-_- : r I -
merchandise. but in and
TO REO1W array of its I{peace- Europe
OX THURSDAY it : minarets" its, the Jews do. Our ,pric<94are consistent THREE'HOTELS >t poi'uLAuPrncE1 I
,mosques.. its dainty I the Jewish fc 'pletely furnished;) ) '
:The Broadway Super Marketis ancient buildings its multicolored |national home for :. or apply UlPetr nia wfthuz4pWytvoonS .
hundreds of can't be set up somewhere -k I Located u the Heart ol the City
closed for decorations and alterations markets. its people ? all types of pril1 lJg. Publications
and will reopen for -OI-PPOUS panoramic vistas and > else. feel Rst. ROfWfC Write or WIre

business on Thursday morningat its friendly people. .| "The Arabian about people it -excer>there l IPOULTRYCHICKS' slaliooeiy office B.uonsbl.>> IXVFVflilO for Reservations I

the usual hour. During the war there Tirrkev'snosition war ::strongly in Turkey.enough where in spiteof I .49 forms iavildtjan&;,; advertising with BATH and TELEPHONE

One ,of ,the many charges being <= nrv, question as to a definite, the Moslem majority there t -- ;.-.- othets'.' -
for there was
made is at the checking toward Germanv who h'dcultivated {seems to be no pronounced eon-' F.O.B.
desks., trend the Turkish neo le I cern one way or the other-tn Pay Postman- Ford Pershiiig Wilier\
J Assorted quality tested.:
Upon re-opening service will is simply a matter of
Wilhelm II I
A of Kaiser ; filZht.
I be much faster and Broadway *it.T tn There the time are. in fact still' some fighting for the land of'one of t,I Red horns.Wyandottes.Our selection. The Artman PressGr.enesndAnnStze.ti Hotel Hotel Hotel
r patrons will not be obliged to Turks who think that Eurooe i in i their own peoples.it.And they WILL j' and 60 NX. 3rd St 22K NX. 1st Av*. Zip N.E. lit A,..
r wait in long lines to reach the have been better mistake about
mipht (
reneral set.I.95
80 Rooms 100 Room 80 Room
i checking counter and cashier. off under of Hitler confusion.than in sufferingand its present :-,fight!" I $! Per Phone 51 Elevator Elevator Elevator

state leave nppt.* Solarium Heated
pickers Binni.F-S.
Mechanical corn
I A copperhead has enough ven6man despair.But .
hour,after birth to kill a there is no question about 1 from three to five bushels of ROXBOROUGH 28, 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

mouse. Tt1r eY'5 political position torlay. grain in each acre of corn' --- -,-- .. *: -z9.>> ____. ,. --,- -

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