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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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VOL. LXIX. No. 6 I KEY WEST, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 1948:) PRICE FIVE CENTS : ;

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I Clirysler Plans I. TNT DESTINED FOR. PALESTINE. ; 'TAKEN: TO SAFE AREA I IL Commission Passes Measure, By !i

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PRITCHARD IS I, Boca Cliiea .: > i :;,tr > l., :: :: Carbonell Against ;i

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There will beno objectionsfrom ; .> ,. ;: .
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county the use ':: .1 ORDINANCE: GOES INTO EFFECT ON MARCH 1 ;
by Walter P. 'Ch rysy*,r. Jr.. of _
the old Stock Island-Boca Chica FINKS: UP TO $230; ), PRISON. NOT !MORE.; THAN :

County. Commission Uis-:. j ji bridge for unloading building 4 SPEAKERS
60 DAYS FOR NON-COMPLIANCE:
materials. when.he builds his Boca ;

f satisfied Wilh Hovc's f i Award Contract 1 j future.Chica home some time in the 'ASSAIL TALK OF GENERAL SALES TAXThe i

Management\ At Mcuch Allen B. Clean, ,Jr., attorney controversial tobacco tax of three cents on each package of
To ,For I
'Field J Colhron \ representing Chrysler, said his cigarets retailed in the city limits of' Key West was pasted last nighton
am client intended building about a first reading by a 3.1 rote with City Commissioner. John. C&ibo
Carl Hove was dismissed .as 1 'Big )Inc Work J I $100,000 home .00.. Bot'a Chica disapproving.. .

:. manager. of. Meacham Field and'( 1 1I and wanted permission .of the Excise tax under the ordinance is set at pne-cent. beginning
Harry Pritchard was hired to commission to use the bridge for March 1. on each: 7 Vic or fractional part thereof ol the retail priceat
i rtm the county airport at last I Alonzo Cothron was low bidder j1] unloading: cement and lumber. which any such tobacco product is sold exclusive of such excise
night's medi ig"-'of the 'Monroe at $3,843 for the grading of Commissioner Gerald Saun- tax.

County commission. f Fifth street'and Avenue C on ; ders said it was a question Fine for non-compliance with the ordinance is set at not Inure
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Frank Bentley, chairman .of Big Pine Key and was awarded: whether the county actually held 'than $250 or imprisonment in the city jail of not more than 60 days
a contract for the work last night ;; title to the old bridge but I '- -
the board said that Hove had expressed \ of both fine and imprisonment! in Ute discretion of the municipaljudge.
told him and others of' the commission by the' County Commission. his .opinion. the county J (,,'t VIrcpisiu/ .
Cothron also bid low at $1,505 would have objections to ABOARD A LIGHTER guarded by the Tugboat Justin McAllister in Raritan Bay off 'Staten
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that he intended to resign I us- Commissioner John Carbonell, in opposing the measure, said,
for placing three foot shoulderson ing the Island and the New Jersey shore Are cases of'TNT said by Police CapU Patrick Flannagan to be
but he had not done so. span. "What I have read in the newspapers; is that the monies from tfiw
"I believe in giving any man the same strcts on Big Pine On Saunders' motion the commission enough to devastate an area six times that of :.Jersey City which has an area of 21.5 square miles' tax are to bed for paving and expansion of sewer plant. Not so j.

a, chance", remarked Commissioner Key but the contract was not I' decided to -write a letter and a population of more than 300.000. Consigned to Palestine the explosives were lightered to long ago, we had a copy of an ordinance from the City of New Or
Clarence Higgs. "But I do' immediately awarded by the to Chrysler stating; that a safer spot after discovery. on a Jersey. City pier Saturday. They were about to be loaded on leans. Commissioner Harden discussed a similar ordinance. On

not like the way the airport has I commission.The I there was no county objectionsto I a ship in crates labeled "machinery".. this sales tax as presented only one user would be singled out. We

' been run by Hove. I make a motIon question of repairs to the Using the bridge.City's I .._ should adopt a_ genera: 1 MIO__1__ lax, I
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tonight." referred to the county attorney Street i Committee Will --I .,.AT Jtr 111".4T.I AT so their that shan'everybody pay
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*>The motion, secondcd bjr Commissioned for the work. The county cngi- County j I "Mr. Mayor our disposal plantis
Gerald Saunders,
pass Spaldlng Before in a deplorable condition. We
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ed.. road I Ii Program Aided r. I Study White Way need from $250,000 ,to $300,600
Lof holes in 'the and figure
i f The. commission had receivedthe Give $500 To Commission
'the i approximate yardage. I 1 Jaycees j there alone. I would like to have
writtep' ,applications of William -I Charles Toppino submitted I} Sand i :. Around Key West Mr. Tims, a suprevisor at the city
H. Rcardon and J. By County
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higher bids than Cothron on.the j Evening disposal plant speak to you on
Faraldo to be made of I
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manager i this subject.
Big Pine Key ,work. Hi.3.bids. j Fundi
the airport. Then it, heard the I were $3,946 for Fifth street and County commissioners last Fishing Tourney r A committee of three county City Manager Ralph Commissioner Fred J. Dion:

verbal! applications of Paul A. Avenue C and $1,707. ,for. the night voted to- permit the cityto r commissioners will investigate Spalding had the following "We' should study all sales taxes

Hartung and Charles Krcigejr. [shoulders. use the dragline and rock NECESSARY AMOUNT OF*t i iI'[the possibilities of making a to say at last night's session separately. I probably would be
On!motion of CommissionerEduardo : J Jl crusher on Dredger's Key to get I 1 I in favor of a general c&les.taz, I

CJomeZj .Pritchard- was I marl and,sand,-for, the-street repair $2,000()() NOW OKTAIN-!tED ![white way around the city using I : "This is my first ap prefer prior to hearing Mr*Tims
named to the position, whiehlpays I New Charge i F program. Twp Jews Killed, Whitchcafl, Division White pearance. All I wish to say is first have the city manager and

$300 a month. Gomez; :said) .__ r-.j I The city will have to pay lOc .I ; TOURNEY TO RUN! and Fleming'' streets i it was dcr:' that I will endeavor t work the department heads confer-o%
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Pritchard'q.writ'qtratiliedt- -l a cubic, 'yard: \;for thc; narl and$1x0' JAN. 15 TO APRIL IB | Thre jews And I cided '3t"Iastnight's 'meeting.' *. underthe"charttr'ai': written this ,matter/ "" *
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rua-lhp airport. rl A _MaitlandAda
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an hour for- crusher the commission.i for the benefit of the tfty" ) c

, -Secl F tteSl l ** ... ....,.-19't'&...U&Ub.. .. .-=v. ,". .< ... I'I the'pays same the:Navy.. charges'' .."*.0* county .At the held county last night eommissionersc1meeting ,' the tan- ,::w ',Four i Arabs Hurt.1 The idea was .advanced l' to the- I ask .that members of' the wish'Tor to benefit state that Of I the am record not Me, 1
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Y Passed on first readinglast commission Pritch commission help me In anyway the
'Director Robert Dppp of thecity's missioners unanimously voted to .t f'f1 c: by.. Reginald 1 i I for $260 that can legally be
night with Commissioner J. Car- -.bf/ ; .Nf Tat Ah'celcd 1r1.., ard, who said that in .a few years legal and allowed by made here nor for any illegal
department public service -
Objects To Cuts t I bonell dissenting, five cent parking appeared before the County give the Key West Junior I 'JERUSALEM, Jan 7.-TwoJcws.wcf&rlaijedk such a_ well-lighted,! 'w'ays wouldbe the charter to make this..administration f money. (Adams will not reflect

I meters will replace the present Commission and said plans are Chamber of Commerce $,:>00 to', : and. Ihrcc.Jcws a"grpaUadvcrlfiicmcnt: for the a 'succei v;1 Will any money W his services to the
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In Service Fuiicl I penny rnctcrsi.;,:The reason forthV.'rjplscemcnt now' being prepared/or a lot of be Used,Jin conductinglrle 1918 :, aid7niarra6} 1\nre.-'ioJurid: in I eity. .'' #?& >---r-*< >' -- appreciate': advice thai 'wflJ. 4f c'ilyi this"f'c*$ as he is turning:
) is .tbat thc, ; Chairman Frafup Bfntlcyagreed. help in that direction." '.. oier.hi.hiy remuneration to
'did > ncw ;:wjrk bri4Jiofrtts and the Island City Fishing Tournament I T'sWw! w.r t J)( 4 : jg
L.: penny meters not bring in g thnse races in '
.. ...with, flie jdjjljc but said Naval Key West High School fund.'
.noTN A. .rY.s 1; .: I city, needed-rock and-sand to fix under Jaycee sponsorship.The :i The retired Capjajn'spoke : a
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WASHINGTON.' Jan.: sufficient revenue. up-the thoroughfares.lie contribution was made I there might be some legal questions in a cultured tone of "I am going: to fight every
rctary_oC Defense James Forres- Also passed last second night and by thecommiswoncrs final said the!' city would need: possible through the cooperation A Ix.inb explode' at the Jaffa involved in using the county voice and in genuine sincerity moment while in office fur public -
tal'said today that this is not : on approximately 4,000()' cubic yards of the local tlksclub, as the I' g<\\tt'. but the number of rasui money to install similar lights to the commissioners: and works for the City of Key
the time for the government: to reading:: was the Travel -Bureau of rock and sand He added the amount will he l deducted from :i allies was not revealed by the as those recently installed:: on the audience. West. This tobacco tax u u step

make economy the dominating' ordinance. work would get under way in the fund allocated by the county British authorities. J I Duval street in the right direction. Every;
factor in national defense. about three weeks. to the Elks: for their coming con- i i Commissioner; W. A. P lrri h. r''III.4T1. penny saved in our operation '"f
He asserted that instead of An argument developed !between vention. ;! Since the'blowing up of the who lives in I Marathon, suggested ; the city will be placed in city

weakening national defense, it Temperuin Commission Clarence The city ht'rctllfQTto''k.: : similar i' headquarters erf Ute Arabic higli- similar lights along the Overseas ] Prices improvements. t
should be consistently increased. Higgs and Contractor Charles action since the Jaycees er committee and the bombing I Highway at Marathon. Higher "As for a general sales' tan. I
7:30 A.M.. ILS.T. t
HU statement resulted from Toppino regarding: the dragline. have already committed themselves '- lof, a hotel here both Arabs* and 'Rut I think a committee believe it will create a "bevy" of

I remarks made by Republican I Toppino owns the dragline and to give $500 and the I I 1[Jews have been exercising,: should be named to study the Result In Asking city employees to snoop and I
leaders about decided Atlanta. ._ ____.. .. 31: Chairman Bentley appointed of the city. 11 will also: place I
that may be: made at t.his.scssionof ., able for some time because he has volunteered to prepay( $500 ,, their homes and places of busi-
congress the budget lor the Billings :52; needed about 10,000 cubic yardsof in registration: fees the amount ::: ness. Clarence nil: s, Gerald Saunders IIigbc'rVagcs added bookkeeping work on ,
Birmingham .. .. 21 and Eduardo Gomez to the these businesses.
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year. '
Bismark .... __ _.._ 21
h' '" I committee. "The tobacco tax is first, easily -
Those proposed reductions, beach. Fishing Tournament Commit- in? Tat A.b." Prfmut
Forrestal stat d,- should.knot apply Boston Buffalo ._ ._-.-- .._ 27 25 The affair was ironed out by tee's submitted budget has now 1!Hezekiah Curry WASHINGTON. Jan. 7.-Department collected. Secondly, it will J

to the armed services.Spalding .'. I Charleston __ _- ... 28 Commissioner W. A. Punish, been subscribed.To Electric( of Agriculture announced spread thinly over the population -
-- Chicago .. m. ._ _-V_n .18 I who suggested the city give Top he l officially known as Tic| ,;! Died Last Night! Pays today that prices for commodities I. and 1 believe that the public
Now Corpus Christi .. L- .57 pino time to get the sand he Island,City Fishing; Tour nml"nt. /I I c in the United States reached will approve the tax when<< '!
Denver ___ _u_ 38 I needs for the beach. The commission it will extend from January 15;), I!I (o. $100 Month\ an all-time high during December they see the city improvement :::
Detroit 22 thereupon voted unanimously 1948 to April 18. 101!) Signs WarrantsResolution El Paso __J: yam33,, to permit the city to use Dred- One of the outstanding features evening at 6:30: o'clock in hi.. Payment of $JKJ( ) monthly was; been few reductions since that bring on public commendation.
Ft. Worth ._ .._ 33 I ger's Key marl.Voting of this year's touinamentis residence 5 Nassau I lane )lie IS author /('( last night by the tim('. Commissioner Louis Carbonell -
was passed unanimously Galveston ---- __''n 56 the types of fishing it will in- survived by the widow Mrs. commission for labor" t't maintain As a result of the uptrend in : "I believe that within then
last night by city com Jacksonville ___ .38 Machine clude. A separate unification Margaret Curry: a son, Whfclk ar rl repair the fire alarm :system prices two CIO units said today years there will be a genera
missioners authorizing Ralph D. Kansas City ._...:..-...]_ ._ 40 has been setup forDeep Sea Curry; two daughters. Mrs. Mi- a41 i signal and traffic lights of that they are preparing to ask sales tax in the State of Flori-
Spalding as city manager to KEY WEST ._.... 61 fishing! bridge fishing and small riam Albury and Mrs. Sybil Dex- the City of Key West.:: I I for highej vages. They constitute da. Forty-one of the 48 state*
countersign warrants drawn on Key West Airport -. --...'.. 61 Loaned To ClassMonroe boat fishing and there will ben ter: a brother Norman Curry of The payment wlil be made to the memberships in the electric in the union give municipalities }
Los Angeles _.._ 43! Rock Harbor: five grandchildrenand aid. Florida is of the
and revoking Electric workers' state one
the city treasurer I !) competition between classes. i the City System. and machine ,
Louisville : 20 .... four great-grandchildren.
here County .mmisisinnI work seven who do not.
the authority automobile
and annulling, Each: will receive thl"irwn individual : Funeral services will IK held -- union. and the
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tofore granted Edwin F. Tre- Miami _. ers last night;:: voted to permit )prizes which will I he Friday afternoon at 4:30: o'clockin ers' union. '"The tax on tobacco for resurfacing -
acting city manager to Minneapolis 20 I I the membcYs of the senior classat awarded at frequent intervals Spokesmen for the units did streets is just a begin
vor Memphis .. ____._.: 25 the chapel of Prilcharcl Funeral POOR OLD CRAIG
countersign such warrants.A New Orleans ___..-. 47 I'| Key West High School the during the touramnrnl with Home. Rev. J. B. Reid t-f SERVICE STATION not say what advances would be ner. Later we may have to tax 'I
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certified copy of the reso- New York ._ _._ ._____ 30 I use of a voting machine when grand awards to the final win the Fleming Street Methodist I.| demanded but indicated that drinks. It is impossible to further
lution was ordered forwarded to Norfolk .____.__ 33'I they ballot next week on the :; Church will officiate. Burial Division at Francis Phone 9134 I they would range as high as a tax real estate. The tobacco tax :

the local bank. Oklahoma City ...__ _..n. 33 Student officers. ners.Key West will receive nationwide will be in the family plot in thr :CHAMPION 25-cents increases an hour. has proved valid by (he Florida

Omaha ...._ .._.__ ____ 3"!i publicity through; notification City Cemetery. :'Outboard Motors $127.00 Supreme Court. It has been<< 1 1
Pensacola _.__n_____ 4fi to hometown newspapers of Mr. Curry was a member of (Continued On Page Eight)
WE ARC Roanoke _.. __--=-..... 31 1946'DODGE those winter visitors entering the Improved Order of Red Men i I _. j jI
HYDRAULIC BRAKE St. Louis .. .. 33 II FO'R t SALE 4-Door Sedan catches in the tournament. The Tiger Tail Tribe N" ID.! from iI ii I It f 1r4. R

SPECIALISTSLet San Francisco -- ___ohm. 5(5( 1349 PLYMOUTH. 4DR. SEDANNAVARROJnc.Bu.'So trophy awards will be perpetual which pallbearers will be $l'- i Hot Bread pP Notice ALL Sojourning
lectcd.POillCitlll.
Us,Check Your Brakes San Antonio 51 reminders to the winners and I

Lou Smith Auto Service Tallhassee Seattle ... 3fi 49! : n, (Continued On Page Eight) '\ PAL I f",irrri fir (;,,1'011 ROTS KEY WEST AUTO PARTS SCOTTISH RITEMASONS
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Wait at Fleming Pbon I Tampa 44 I ...... .......... .-' 6:30 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. Daily 121 Dun street \ -
"Opposite Army 'Barracks": 30RAUL'S Phone 442..asaa,.
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Washington t i Meets Thursday i Hot DoiighnulsFrcv.li
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IN THIS AREAAre
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
DINING ,ROOM -for- I' Poinciana P. A. L. will hold I Frcv.li! PIES and CAKES: I Cordially Invited to Attend \
I A Dinner Dance
AA WESTERNSTEAKS on Saturday.
DOGSMust
GRADE ALL
its monthly meeting tomorrow Monday through Saturday
t t T. Luther Pinder, Proprietor CHOICE POULTRY I; I January 17. 1948. at the Casa Ma-
Phone 9271 night at 8 o'clock in the new 1
1520 United Street rina Hotel at 8:30 P.M. Those j
''With Its Display of 22 Different 1214 White Street Phone 540 police station which U locatedin We Specialize in Be Tagged
.. ____ ._. desiring to atend. please contact;
CLUB Kinds of Mounted Game Fish A. A the Poinciana Community I Wedding and] Birthday te Chairman of the Committee at
Specialising in Seafoods of Hall Duck avenue.PALACE CAKES'MALONEY'S 1918 LICENSESON 1003 Seminary Street or Phone
I The World's Finest- Now OpenOn AU Kinds at Reasonable Prices I SALE AT 1054R.
Also Steaks and Chicken Dinners CEMENT $150
Charcoal Broiled . '
Reserralluns
Must In
and Regular Dinners at WOMAN'S CLUB Iff
the Boulevard by the Sea
Popular Prices FINISH LIME. 5135 THEATER t 1 /Nol fAder Than /Ntton hi
WEAVER'SSTOCK The Best of Drinks at RauTs Old Come and Give Us A Trial With, BAKERY I Today Thursday. Friday
Delivered In Key WestTELEPHONE and Linda Sterling Friday January 9 19 lit
William
Prices 50c and 60c. Tax Jncl. Our New Setup-Best in Town- i Henry and Saturday ,

ISLAND Open 11 AJ4.. to 2 A.M. Dally Open Daily and Sunday at 7:00A.M. I SLONE 8S2MS 'Mysterious. Mr. Valentine' PHONE 811 RUSSELL HOFF.
; I West Humane SocieU .
Green St. I jKey Chairman.'k.
*Completely Air-Conditioned. PHONE 1135-J to 10:00>> P.M. i I New and Features 812 Fleming Sheet
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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
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I -- CONTROL THAT IMPULSE .........___.l.. ..".,.elltt+ltirao'' J d miaunumnimnnnHinnafflanininBuninunnnnn WILL YOU SMILE? t . a isssr.
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{ Published D 0y Except Sunday byI grall1& Whose i
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\ 4'p, V. ABTMA. Owner toad pbHaaer kTo what.extent can you control your r rr ;. 0' COFFEE' f' '
r kORMAN D. ARTXAN.Baslmes ..a..ewI .._._._ ._ _M_ _. .. ;"
Bulldinr own mind? You think that if you r WKorc little,
Prom The ClUsen may Gone Young Woman: MILL ;
r Days By '
.' Corner Greene and Ann btroetaOnly l
( bring into play bulldog'determination you : 1- : boy are you? ; 'i ". ; at : .
.: Dally Newspaper In Key West and Daytime Summary Willie: cl'your-'I i 1
. function Sophisticated .
( : .11_...-OouBty can force your mind to as you AS TAKEN FROM FILES '!'
toUctM r ar mi a. a.tld'at self Whose sweet mamma arc 'I'All Grocers
t! *" iitorod at Key West. Florida as second claaa matter wish. but such is not the case. a.day*fe trough**.dcMt Frld at the,,..lamS Time time la I M.Ura_ I OF THE CITIZEN OF |I: you? I I e a oI .

i .*: Horace O'Bryant principal of the tandtrtf. ftr..ntrl it nd.rtf sub, JAN. 7. 1938 i 1 I --- -'-- -,
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I ,Tho Associated Press Is news exclusively tllspatebea credited Key West: High School( for 'many years, and two fcaJAN. i Through JThls,Daily I V
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and : An Associated Press dispatch
i to It or not otherwise credited: In th1a*Paper. who probably has done more for educa- .e I
; oJ tiro the local new published here. S THROUGH JAN.tB); BIBLICALBULLETIN from Washington published in HOW MUCH?

i .' QBSCtUPf1OV .RATES. tion in Key West than any ,otherS: person 'M.r.faj ", The Citizen today, says that I
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On*. Tear _" ., t _IJO'Loe" was in The Citien 'office yesterday talk- i-Roftaymoon'ln, In N.-Y.-nb. GOOD HARVEST HOPED FOR army engineers have recommended -1H H Ij
$raakfut Clubabo1:15'Oklaboms)
Ill: Month- .
r. throe Months ..}J -- i'- tl ing about golf. Every player knows:' thatto Roundup- l>a* that $27,000 be appropriated 1 '_ _; ,ntli Get a CASH LOAN of
V ""..:.Weekly: .. 1 '" .n play the game well you must concen- I:3G-Osar1E+.Fre4 Warns Valley: Showip'f"Folksth.I1OOD : t i ,;j i!,,;Routine, : Key West. COMPARE OOR RATES .;2-i( 100 $300-- '

{ r / 'ADVERTISING RATE trate on every shot, and he knows too that .>'tar)(aale')t Story-nrarna for 'Tou--cb aboF'H: l .,;.;.'i}f' :r..And'tirne! moves.'slowly, ) Jby: ; -- CASH lteatldlparwsts : ..

j. t )l.de Knowa os ApplicationI the most essential thing play well is to 10.25-Betty:cm 5er Talllr./4: t:1; :i 1 JiMV: 'latHt}} ho -note!the passing H.:: P. Conable said today he I ad Iiws I2sta. Auto and Personal Lotas. .
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a .. ,t IrRdAI NOTICE 10.30: -Say It With Musto-m&a'l : I ; $100 $ t$ 945
I reaoliitloms) keep the ball. \ : .1f iI rl, daysr __ 1I --" has arranged to have built a
i t' "Ml, readingnotices.. earda of thanks. your eye on 11AO-Arthur Godfrey Snow<,..>: "' t .. > $150 10.01 14.18j200 COMMERCIAL'+ ,
t, '11 cfcaf C' ':-eapeet.ft-edfor, at obituary the rate notices c.f 18,cents a.,line, will be O'Bryant i is a master of every phase It:SO-Breakfast Ben AlezafderShui-n int.Holly; wood:tat D.*.l i1 : .And"! never ask.the "why." $7,000'residence recently on a in lot MartclloTowers. he purchased I r 1334 18.91 1% CREDIT p "

d t wbfrh'Notices r.EInsa for( la entertainment: be derived by are chnrchea S cents a from line. of thinking pertaining to his calling, yet, 11:45-Serlals. '**_hr.'ba't: :: 1AfttflMM ': .' For others, each day shines .' .. 33rA 10.01 18.36 _--NCOarOfAT
:r ::Cltixen U : open forum and Invites dis anew w 421 Fleming Streets.l
I ;readlon of public limes and subjects of local or as he explained, he can not concentrateall ; Ye1.n-abl i''1 With'a lesson all its own + {
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,,;&aeral Interest but It. will not publish anonymous the time the of golf or force 12.-00-W.lcom. t'S gatheredthrough Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Willi PHONE
on game And the wisdom they : tI
f1 rvcimualcatloas. Kat smith Sp *k*-mt> __ .
.; ,himself to keep his eye on the ball whenhe 12' and Uaale-nb ; .' << the .'years : ams announce. the birth of a son I -' --- A
( Daily,Band Ccatsrt-mb.. ": Is the harvest the days have yesterday in. their. home at 1411 -_. ,j' --:., ., :- -', ;
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makes shot. 1.VOConetrt -
;; IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST a ..2Ct'ollr a.f.Ueur-tl" shown. Olivia street. The baby weighed "
Hour
of riav-nt!
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ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN What is true of him is true also of .JUB for.a\ Dajr-rabat' eight pounds, four ounces. 1 ;

.., -' millions of golfers in the United States, *.--Martin BrM* and Block: Creom KtconJ-abaV-mVJiO For Details Read: :.- '=I I Overseas Transportation -

.- 1. More Hotels and Apartments. but let consider. only the men and wo- -Doubl* or NoUiIer_b -* Job 32:7 ((617) Sebastian Cabr l l. Jr., was in
Ladies B* Stated-abo -,#- charge of the program at the i
r 4 2.' 'Beach and Bathing Pavilion. men who play on the local course. : -Tho House Party-.cba Publishers-The Monthly] Booklet Key West Rotary Club yesterday 1 Company Inc.Fast
Paul Whiteman ReeonJ\e .
3. : and' Sea. .
; Airports-Land You hear today that So-and-So as chiefly of addresses ,
and may 4:00: -Bint Hunt Quh-cba v "Enjoy:" Your Bible"LEGALS consisting
7 4. Consolidation of County noted in The CitZien made an excellent 4: -Wiener .Tak.'All-ete by visitors some of them Service
',4 ., City.Governments. Treasury Ban4 Show-abo4.4S speaking in Spanish. Dependable Freight and Express .
5. Community Auditorium. score in his last rounds of the course. But -Kiddlea' Shows 1>4.hrm. (west -between-
repeat* 1 tor. later)-mba
Z' tomorrow he may go out and shoot what 1.00: -School of th* Alr-eba ** City council at a. meetinglast
TUBKU MIAMI\ \ and KEY WEST
Klddlw Hour l\ THB ('JRrUT.'ot'RT OF
(wett repeat 1 hI'.
he calls a "bum game." What is the reas- JaterJ-abc :\.. 'T.. :Ji DiriAi.r rinrt'ITOF night gave the Key West "
a* 1:4Su:and Abner-coa:aa t'' TuB: ',MT4TK' OK FLORID*.. Golf Club full jurisdiction over Also ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
for difference When he SOSTV. Serving
on ? played a 1'1 A\D FOR HO. .'ROK. .
'! MONOGRAPH fHA\CFR1." : .. the clubhouse and the links on f Between Miami and Key West .
good game, he kept his eye on the ball Tame %.. 11223B. : Stock Island. '

: To' All ]Employees: when shooting, but the "bum game" was 'NttWORK' PROGRAMS, A 1nnnwt ,I.ANU1.EI.rialntlff.. !

is better than Time it eattira standard Ftrun*' Vff, .un ORrr.m.I'Po Dr. John i Schedule '
If your .knowledge the result of raising his head too quicklyto Mat standard eufrtract ono fceur- TIIERKSA: T..Asr.L.a' Dewey outstanding Express :
., to work for tneu t}JnMand. r! tvbtrictheuf SWt: .. .....-' ndant.. philosopher arrived yesterday I (No Stops En Route) .
1 your judgment, ? continue. ( see where the ball was going beforehe treYni'.....-tac.,.atatl.npolneo f 0ni>ft.or' YIiUi.I4'ATIg1 :
and don't go ef relay t. .t "tota) scb.d issr .TOT: OHy Tkcrexa Langley' for a six week stay in Key West. I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
yj>ur present employer, hit it.Mind. Last mlMita Brtgran d.Dg.a sot.. /i1'4strlithiHtrer. ,., He his daughter Dr. Jane SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar-
it will be better Dot t* (Dclutf.... f-: *. } Nevi cI"'l'rk'Ci111 53.1 5e. Tork."Mt i o'clock Midi
i 1 into business for yourself; is a mysterious thing. It would 'are berfby;;realulrep *pVrto Dewey, and son S. L. Dewey, rives at Miami at 12:00 -
I: and for him. to ," '' 'a f .the Q(1I( fa* nUoree filed axainutJ are staying at the Island City i night. ;
for you seem an exceedingly easy matter keep ,WEDNESDAY_ JANUARY ) .HI. the above at>')le l fau!e' on EXCEPT

\I ; THE ORACLE. your eye on the ball when addressing it, r ,)-Fri.fa. 'p, (M:"' i or.\.,.t.eCory'tbe U.l 1548. othrrwi,!9tb day"nf the.h t-druary allrpa-. I i Inn. I LEAVES SUNDAYS MIAMI) at 12:00 DAILY o'clock( Mid

-!' but every local amateur golfer will tell .:OO-: ews 'Rc J'Oi..'19 'MlrtV' _U;, :,i'1 doss.rnntatn fonfefffd.thr.ini,will lx tak-i The, lowest temperature in night and arrives at Key West at
'sewat-Eve Daycbs'Netwot'k en a- t
.. .. it is a seemingly insuperable task. Silent Hour-abreast' Hone and Ordff at- Key '''''I"t. Key West the last 24 hours was 6:00 o'clock A.M.
you Kiddles+Hour:(repeat>**abcwettNetwork Florida thin Cth dayof
: FARM BUREAU PROPOSALS And the reason for that may be found in Silent (I hr.:> *bs east A. D J94rirru1t : Januan'l 72, with the highest at 80 de Local Schedule:
Kiddies Hour
(repeat)-Mbs-wCSt t..urtt'alJ
Points
grees. Intermediate )
(Stops At All
t. the impulse to where ball is '.15-Sports. Musk.Time-nbo ROM, C Sawyer
see your go-
.
Federa- Guest Talks Time-cba' Clerk f Circuit t'ourt LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
The American Farm Bureau ing before it is contacted by your club- (.30-To Bo Announced-cbs-east KT: (I'dII?* H .->*Itcado.lvpu 'lerkKNRiQI'B Louis Recio, son of Alfredo CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock .
of 1 75.I ,- Lum a: Abner repeat-ebs-west y Recio, well known wholesale A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
'; tion; which has a membership head. Control that impulse, and you will ':45-Newscast by Three-nbc K.SQIINAIIK. JR i o'clock P. M.
'>M .rn -> for Matnllff in West 25 ,
Key
: 000 farmer: urges an economy .of abund- become a good golfer, and good in any- 7:00-Lowell Supper Thomas Club-(nbc-basie repeat ID-cba +j P Jan..14-I..1U"!! is grocer here visiting relatives years ago and LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

of else. The Beulah Show-cbs: I INOTU'B SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock; A. M. and. "
I ance and maximum efforts on the part thing News and Commentary-abo TO 4 HR11ITOH4 friends.
Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs,..: :y.t.1' '.t lsas rebate Art. trm.. ll.. lI :ct) arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
demands for food at TIIK '('Ol 'TT
farmers to meet the \ THK ( 01 RT OF P.M.
7:15-iJfews and Comment-nbc "IU(". NORUF'OITI.'. Today The Citizen says in an .:
I home and abroad. There are very few theologians in Jack Daily: Smith Commentary and bone-cbs I I FLORID BrROR.tTE.' :editorial paragraph: l : .'-'

,..:. The farmer-delegates, however, declared I' the world today who believe what was 7:30-Tbe News H0u Dinner!'. Partynbc'Bob Date-rab* -v. "' J:;i In [:hf-tate.\ r. ALBrnr.fAD Ikcrased a widow: "Remain resolute. I'I in your 1938 FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY SERVICE '

: that they could not tolerate again taught by pious theologians of:a few centuries Crosby's Club-cbs. i'i ''t iTft -\t.L tP.CD1TOFS: AM PKRMtVS resolution." FULL 'CARGO INSURANCE '
Ix>ne Banger Drama-ab r:' 1IA\IN- ('f.AIMS tlR li K- I
;: a collapse of our agricultural economy ago.COMPARING. News Camm4nt-tub- ; ifNDS A !A1NST sAII) ESTATE: i The planet Venus, being near- i MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton & Francis Sto.

.c such as occurred after World War I, when 7.45-Kaltenborn Morrow News CorgmentnboEd -cbs j 1>y"oti notified and each and ff you edarrlJh present *-. ,er the sun than the earth, is believed i' PHONES: 92 AND 68 -.:
:Sports Comment-mbs claims and.demands which I
any to be than the
1-1 ;..: for twenty years' thereafter farm prices REWARDS OF LABORIn :00-Dennis Day Comedy-nbc I you. or either of you. may have > warmer
American Melody Time-cbs aealnftt the estate of Ada 1-:. Albury. i earth. 1s I
"were at disparity with prices paid by .. .. said .
a MaJ'or.or the Town-abc a idow. lc a The Scarlet Queen-mbs founts to th.- ('ount> Judge n' < '
:;. farmersj"and.asserted that "when surpluses the effort to understand the econ- :30.;...Great GUdersleere) -nbo Monroe County Florida, at his office "
Pr. Christian. cbs I itv th -.jrourt. house of aid
j approach unmanageable proportions; omies of the world it is important to geta rama- '
Vox Pop interviews-ab County! at;;KSy''q'-e"t. Floridawith.
Quiet Please Dr B>k-mbst .. in eight 4wl4ndar montho from the ;
it .is imperative that farmers haye ade- basjs for comparison of the actual standard :55- .. lnutei:l"ewutcbsBilly'Rol.Commentmb .,- lime of the first, publication; of '

? quato: ritgrats t&eont'ol: land: adjusfsup-_ of living in various countries.! T5:.: Duir Pg1 tn--npd.*'' .X11YAOe thin nottee.shall be Bach in wrlllnir.claim and or shall demand :

k, plies >;oasVta? prevent the wrecking of This cannot be done by'translating Mark Abbott Warnow. c COst.llo-.be.Musit Lcbe' .>'. i post Mate office the place address..f.ofth residence claimant. and .WORK"REfRESHED .. i

I .:: farm prices,' the destruction of farm pur- foreign currencies in terms of the dollar.It Gabriel HeaUer CoAmmait:=td1:15Real rand j elaifitaaUfUaiRfnt.shall be sworn! ,'Ar to but hy att the r-!
.
Lit. Dramambs' .
_: chasing power and the resulting unbalanced can be done by determining how much t:30-Dllltrlct Altome.I>Drama abtSweeney I I wej. ; .anjl-l-aWy.nAt '& -nf'CI."II'* "ul'btalm"* .or....1.demanH !. -
"" aDd March-cb ,,KL.ljevT.L'CjIJ.B CRIBIJ. ;
s, time workers in various countries have to "
economy. ':rauchu Marx Quiz-abc All AOniJnl"iratnx ..f the Kntati -

I Not many people'will quarrel with labor in order to pay for the same com- 10.00=Placket The Bi Smaahersmbs* Story Drama-nbo |j I '-4f"er.U.r.ln,of Ada t;., Mbtiry.: Jan de'rrat.e.1.I. IS4! >

r this statement of principles for American modities. The Bfnr WhUtler Crosby V.rletJ'be MJ'sterr-cb.( '> THF1'IRft"IT'OI'RT. OF TILE' HAVE A COCA-COLA"

4 agriculture. There may be more debate, Recent surveys show that a Russian::;; CalKomia J.lelodlesmbs10:30J1mmy i' :I!,I\.:'.F.%.)"TH Jt'DlCltlJ 4 IHf>I'IT .
Show nbo
I Durant. -
OF THE OT4TK! OF
t however, over the additional suggestionthat factory worker labors ten hours and forty- To Escape,Be' Adventure Announced-Drama aba -> . It'4'IIA\e'F.MU. I II'
:- the producers of any commodity two minutes to get the where-with-all to I Dance Band Time-mbs 'jj t V 5 5 .;. ...;14
11:00-News: t Variety (: hrs.)-nbo JlOnOTJlY M SKEBTB :
,; "should have maximum authority to determine buy a pound of butter. In the United News ti Variety (2 firs.cbsNews 1 Flalntiff. lfFst.r.T.I.I
and Dancrnir Hour-asc
the level of the support price of States workers toil less than an hour to News. Dane Bands (2 hr.)-mbt .I'.InxRPi: vs., I. .IIFVLET.: : :.
*2:00-Dancinr Continued-abcwest Defendant. .
their particular commodity" which was buy the same amount of butter.In I ORDER OF IM BI.M..%TIO\ :

n coupled with the right to determine "the Russia;: at present, a factory worker TOD YY'S I To: l..oarri 1)44!,I.rtlHKRA.I' llenlev.fin : ,. I!

utilization of the marketing quota feature labors thirty-one minutes to earn ..ANNIVERSARIES171S I I I'hlladelphla., S Navy- Yard Pa I I c .if

of the loaf of bread. The Amer- I You are. hereby required....... to ap- I
VV program. enough! to buy a ::' ( mer i cal pear to lh e R'll of .* .l.3lnl' for
:. i divorceid' 1 'h'; ;above styled;l can'eon
i -n-fct ; thh d
Heretofore ;
the Secretary of Agricul- worker, on the 171S-Israel Putnam. Connecticut or hefore the ninth day of Jan 1 :

,, ture, acting in his discretion, set price works only seven minutes to earn the soldier-farmer, who left hi" uary.! A.*T>.therein 1948. otherwise will be taken the allegation anrnnfesed. -
plow in:: the fields at news of ,.1
supports 'as provided in the 1938 Agricultural for a similar purchase. I
t + money Bunker 'HiU.-major-general theRavolutlonary''Arrnybo This Order, ,Is to be published

& Adjustment Act, after consideration ; i"iis:l Sa .once we-k"a In weelS The far her four west consecutive Citizen a

-- of'supplydemand and other factors. The Cheerfulness, it is rumored, is largelya lent, Mass, pied( May 29.{fUOO., Of newspaper KeTWent..published. -Floridav... in the City 't x
It
)800-MillaM :Fiihlioirr .fartn
J Agricultural' ; .IXC B''A>n -ORDUREllh; ? a }'
:- '
Adjustment '
Act aboveone's
originally matter of one's income being J.
"# boy lawyer, -congressman{,._Vice .nfjtcenibsr 'A.n. 1547: 2' .' !ay.li ;
.N provided for President and f SELL). (: C kwYf R. '
a variable price support, out-go. I ,President: 4t'Tay- Cl.rkbt the Circuit Court.Menr .
lor's in *, .c..Yuga ,' .
.F rtda.
from fifty-two to seventy-five percent of : e ( uWy ) ,,.
.... CountyN..' :Y1 'Dnd 'MarcH* 8. : 'By'.MJcr tI.!<","
-..parity, and the farmer-delegates now 25.8-INCH "SNOWBURST"On 1874. renut: Clerk.
;:' (ed) Allan B. Clear JrS : ..
suggest that these figures should be advanced 1826-Oliver.H.: Kelley. founder lH-itOr for rialntlfflOiSI .

;;V to sixty and ninety percent. Un- the day after Christmas, the 320 Patrons of'the of National sbandry.'Minne Grange of the- dec I, 1947. Jan 7.1H yet't" ASK Jar it either vay .Icth ;4
J t rr. V-
'-'' der emergency legislation, price support square miles which provide homes for sota pioneer, farmer-trader bornin x' trade-marks mean the same tAuig. '

I -of basic commodities has been set at nine- eight million people in the metropolitan Boston: Died Jan. 20. 1913 ;
} ** 1829 .James B. Angell famed.
:
ty ,percent of parity in order to encour- district of New York were subjected toa longtime president of the Uni e Set:

age maximum production. twenty-five-inch snowfall, which means versity of Michigan among'our 7

: : The farmers favor retention of the that more than 99,000,000' tons of snow great college heads born in Scit-
uate. R. I. Died April 1. 1916. S
,;; present parity formula, but take the view fell on the city. 1861-Louise Imogen Guiney, ; '

t that adjustments be made among various The cost of clearing the streets is estimated noted poet, essayist and -editor *Eyes Examined _-
I Boston. Died Nov. 2. I 4 _
agricultural products born in Broken Lenses
; according to price at $6,000,000 by municipal Offici-I 1920. QQ

is. relationships on the basis of a ten-year, als. Two days after the snowfall, Duplicated

moving average. This means that thee yor appealed to the citizens of the metropolis Sisal is not as strong as' Manila ((24-Hour Service)

!I I ". present 1910-14 base peripd would be to keep their cars in garages and to (abaca) fiber but it is used to *Repairs

} ;- used in the formula, but that the ten-year "lend a hand"in clearing sidewalks, especially make twine.millions of binder and bal- *Prescriptions

,. period Immediately preceding any given spaces adjacent to hydrants and er Filled

i,: TL: year, would be used to make adjustments those needed for the delivery fuel oil Practically all the world's jute (From Any Eye Doctor) a sti to ti' $- gtli I o

r in the parity price. or coal. The business of cleaning the tho- comes from India.Beware -Ray Ban and. .rr n ae: e' I

,./ We base our comment on newspaper roughfares was handicapped by thousandsof '.* ,Calobar Goggles ,0 : is
aft4
I .,accounts of the meeting in Chicago. It cars and trucks abandoned in the high- Coughs + Glasses- Adjusted >, rt
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be that the
.{ my farmer-delegates have ways. _
/ worked out B practical scheme for fixing Two days later the flakes fell, air- from comaofl colds Bausch c *: Optical Co.

,-*. their own price *support level. There planes were not operating commercially That Hang On Products and American.Used Optical Exclusive Co. _

:Ji: seems to be some danger, if the Govern- out of giant airports and more than 660 r- +
became
Creomnlsion relieves promptly V5 r
"_. ment is to contribute the money, in per- flights had been cancelled. Roads. and it goes right> to the seat of the Dr., J. A., ValdesOPTOMETRIST A :

*!. mitting the producers of any commodity highways were impassable and railroad germ trouble laden to help phlegm loosen, and aid and nature expel L' ) ..-- Listen to"CLAUDIA

I .* whether industrial trains to soothe and heal raw. tender. Inflamed :
or agricultural to were stalled. Scores of ships .
were. > bronchial mucous membrans. Office Hours: 9.12 and 2-S pjn.
I have the final word in fixing the price tied up in the harbor. .Tell your druggist to sell yea Evenings by Appointment Ay '.- WKWF, 12:15 P.M.
a bottle of Creomalslon with the understanding I
;- support level. For about twelve hours, the "snow you must like the'way it ,' ADDRESS: PHONES BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COIA COMPANY IT
cloudburst" laid gnlckly allays the cough: or you are lIS Office. 332
a white blanket of closeto back.CREOMULSION.
bare
to TOOT money Duval Residence KEY WEST COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
Old people,. who try to restrict youth two inches per hour. The 25.8 incheswas Street 235 '
C 1947.The Cots-Cd. ...,..,
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"3, to.their ideas, have a tough time in.}life. the equivalent of 3.66 inches of rain. for Cot"" Chest Colds,Bronchitis
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Vt.. R.. Neblett paid $87.50 for I City Commissioners last nigh ..

.* ''regular lanndiy licence; : 116'iS"; afterhearing. ., : explanatory: rmarks I J tI.. h p
-d: fh the eU-service" laundry by City Tax As:>essor : : -
e business, and last night the city; Melville Roram agreed to reduce <.. ..:
commissioners Approved the re -
/ assessments on property i
Abating; of $37.50 on the. occupa- owned by Leland H. Care 6 FA .
*|tiona license. This, difference is: 1
IJhe amount'between the cost of.from $2O(O TO $450. The property i ? ", _
:Q license for 'regular laundry is part of lot 8, sfjuare 3, \ .

sand a licensc issued under ordi- tract. 7 on Albury street. i' .
:!Chance: ;No, 181, :which: his busi They: aLo: gave Jsomestead x"emption'c .
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t Aess'come) under.Colored. : .to Carl"'Russell ;6 ni : I
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Nichols and' Pchalski: avenue, 7 .
:. ; Men which is part lot 20, tract 6.NorwaV ; I '.

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Two colored: men were bouncovgr
Big Power Dan 1
:.to.Criminal, Court today:: aTTer I 1i i, ,

a preliminary hearing before I OSLO.-(AP).-The .;;"s ape, .
Peace Justice J. Y. Porter IV, Faedrclandsvennen cf Kristiii
during; which it was testiliec :sand reports that a private hylrc I- ct
they assaulted La.: Clyde Middle- 'power company plans to build
ton :If the Ship's Store, Sabnrarjnp ;- l giant dam at Bykle, north i 01 r
Base. Kristiansand. :

The men were held under According to the plan. the ne --.-.---.-...- ... .....
bonds of $150 each. They were dam will be twice as large as th.,I I f t3P tS'Irppl".ti.)
Robert .F. and Colton K. But biggest in Norway up-to now. I.ejeuosboard ship at Morehtad City. N. C.
MARINES .of tke. Second DivUipnJrcm Camp.
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leri; It. was testified they were US;c / equipped with rifles helmets and packs. The .
era
both .employed' at the submarine WILL YOU SMILE .1 en route to aboard duty in two the ships Mediterranean.under orders They to dear 'the port by 2:00 P.M.. Monday, ,
filed
base and were raising objections be- First men ._ _._--- --._.. _--.. -.-- -
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: 'of/inefficiency." ii 7Div.orce"--i Just before *It,.sheds its skin, 'I.

", { Arriving at a strange hotel :I. Seeks .' 4 a' Snake Is partially\ blind. L; aihitSPFEQ I
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\,SGT H: .,.RETIRED,WILLIAMS FROM fussy' know woman where thought the fire she'd escap better :; I Andrew E. Langley filed a petition -.1 '...r .. ..,...... ... SURERFIIETTOR C PIIV4GFSTON F!;

REGULAR ARM' was., So she started exploring' seeking a divorce'' from, : : Fr
< During her tour she opened :: Olive Theresa Langley with Cif-! .BCYCLES.. r
\ Carl J. Williams of door and found herself in ,
'. : First"Sgt., ,_ cuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer
i S2Q Georgia street: Key Kest, bathroom occupied by an elderly Repaired.and': Rented I
yesterday.
". ias orie.of 12 regular army men gentleman."Oh t; 59C I
!" she twittered Also in.StoektfEWICV e
who' were retired in a ceremony I'm sorry r
at Oliver General Hospital recently. ""1Va:; looking for the fire es LES TRICyC J1S. 1

.- They were presented retirement crape." I Your Grocer SELLS That Good SCOOTERS
certificates by the com Continuing her search, sh' WAGONS
, manding-office of Colonel O. H. presently heard the pad of ban,I STAR BRAND ,i SKATES GARDNER'S PHARMACY i 3
." Williams Fret behind her and a shout madher
f had Stanley completed First 20 Sgt.years of ser turn. It was the older); .t AMERICAN COFFEE : Overseas' Cycle Store i 1114 Division St., at Varela
man. clad in a bath toweL and CUBAN 920 Division SL "Phone 1380 Phone 177 Free Delivery

. vice.The.record of services for the "Wait a minute fireT"!* he; gasped"Where's [, _Try A Pound Totiay-,I............................ ...-.:-....-....-..-..-.. -....-..

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Farmers &S : TROPKALTRADE WhERE.TO. BUY"IT_ :. ." 15C tar-d[loubt Jayla aa. to where rm S DffiEQORY :WILL DIRECT YOU !

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..' ''RAPID CITY, If It Is Etrical WE REPAIR rn Z *
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tpetologist Earl Brockelsby D.-Her-; says I i ,Plenty 01 Action Toys lor the.CWld: n .: ''w E. SELL .1,T.I! : N., :: POOR OLD CRAIGService r i:

: We Will CaD For ui'DeI : ; WHITE STABCUANERS" : :
.more people die every year in Electrical er
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the United States choking on Appliances Repaired : 3o T.ars- Expaiene.la L.ctsfal We* : j Station.
'.popcorn in movie theaters than : J. H. BRADY. : ftHOlT SIM 'r
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venomous reptiles. : 211 DuvalStreet Francis cad Streets :
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ELECTRIC. TELLpEOXL,41. 701 DUVAL STREET: : Tires Tube Batteries Auto Accessories :. .:
reptile here
. Ruse of, poison garden gas to protests exterminate the % HOME\ SUNDRY 'STORE; t'i .:.{.el til"\..,..".,.rtt..fft1f..........e.e....e..... e... .: i SD4ONTON STREET : ""Your-PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer : ,
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211 SIMONTON STREET 5.s
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"i along with Tour Patronage Invited" : .y BEAUTY
\ prairie rattlers. .
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.:'.a'The- harmless farmers varieties thousands saveSouth'Dakota : Ice 6eiu.1'r prieiary Medidn ?;' ** :.. l NEIL SAUNDERS j :. and PRESSING DYEING : ::: CAROLYNOverseas.. Hotel ,lIt SUOPPE Flaming SU :: '

.of dollars annually. U.S. ff : Sick Room "
Depart-. Supplies Scho Supplies! : : 24-Hour Service : r.;
ment of bull Agriculture, reports indicate -.b* e. Toilet Preparations and Articles : i SIGHSj: -j i : FREE: PICK-UP and DONALD BARBER :
snakes for example .......... :
destroy, enough rodents annually'tq _............. : DELIVERY SERVICE : : V' W9.5p9Cjeau9:
Scalp..Treatment =Hair :
.save each farmer about $100.i 4 ..... : Safes-LICENSED-Rentals- I :: : Dyeing a.;:
I .. PHONE 282 : ALL TTTK* ov &Laos "Use of gas is an expensive r..MUMF R r; d"R SS. :.. Outdoor Advertising On the Florida'Her* : ......................- ... .Phone. 175. ....._...FKKMAJIKXT.......'...WAVBS.. .... .....ie ...
way to get rid of rattlesnakes," ........................................... V5 e ee eee e a e f
.Brockelsby# insists. I i : : 220 DUVAL STREET" : s..................e*... ....................... 1 f te e... .ee.e *' .. ........eee.......-e..iee..e..............\ '

..TODAY IN HISTORY : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors -/or'Carner : PRITCHARD E RUSSElt'S; i! : : STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK : 'I
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) j Air-Condilioning j FUNERAL LOPEZ
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.ITSSWFirst, Presidential elec : DRY 'GOODS. I II10S s :
for Domestic : : Thoroughly E'xPerieneed : I.l
tjon-not a popular one as now.i : and Commercial Use. :
10.States participate, five choose'. ? sic PHONES --.. ___L8150 HOME : i'' 'quWAVSTSEET.: ; : IPHONED 'r'Funeral Service e Operators; ... .e t:
ejectors through ,their Legislatures -' ..u.. ............. ..e...te....... i...... .... | ; I I. "' ,, Soft Water Urad,1'.Vtlas'Te1T ... ... i_., :.

elections., the other Voting five hold where popular any, fc!i ?.............................,.,..S.. ..!e...... : fTI.oseSerre : ? ., I ISpecialising '. Established; 1885 : Phone 637 536 Fleming) St. . e .

light, and little excitement. 'Who Serve Best : ,. ; :, J .,.Licensed. FuneralDirectors : ....................N.i.- .. ................:
,U862-A combined French-Eng- Ii. HOT POINT J ; '. .. 1- | ; and I : ....*....5555..................*.....*.*.....w s
,"*lih-Spanish!| naval expedition 't WE HAVE NEVER : ,:' .'in'. vChildrertfy'". R I Former Customers,;; Friends' and.the Pubiie..1gviled: :
lands in Mexico in midst of L Sl; ELECTRIC RANGES and ,APPLIANCES: : : BETRAYED A TRUST- : :: .. .'......"".100'" ,e. J Embalm; : :
America's Civil War,- "to protect I Repairs on swing Machines It AU Electrical A ice.' : : rWE Wutit'et s' d Fr rances'Beau.( ty' :Salon- s
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-1872-Opening of the notorious t if Home Ambulance Service : I Ambulance : 1019 .GRINNELL STREET' ..
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". oss" Tweed,trial in New York' Appliance pffif%%%&,- :' -,? : Beauty Cultur aU .UsPermorwnU Pli luc. : 'a.
!. J Telephone) 548 : : j. .: I I ServicePhone ;rb& ::
said victimized : *" : .
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i of .$100 million by Tweed 1 ..i.........A AA A A.......:....:..a.eie........ ap'JQre' .I .. 5J l .. Scalp',Treatments :
Ring. I Srij::?ete ...e...........*.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeevee Never Sleeps .. J i 135 Night 69S : Facials J>Shampoo.- Manicuring :

\1927{ telephone-New _York service to opens.London radio -I'I II IIOUSEHOLD *: ieeeeee........*.Sa.y.e.........*..ee......e..i.......e...e. ....:...:! ..M7fr .,.....................- :e.> _.eeeeeeeeeee' .For.Appointment.*.ee.5e.eeee.e Phone eeMarion's 1331eeee .. eeoee.'! '

.]1932-Secretary of'State Stim-! | R. R. RUSSELL ...................N... .._..S.....S........
GOODS : r'S r; ri..................... ..CA"A.CAYO -
sjtn notifies Japan we would not i : SOl WILLIAM STREET : J. A. MYERS : i ; : 1 : ..
rjfpognize ,any treaty or I PHONE MlRSt ? HUESO. :
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SPREADS West Fla.
ment 'impairing our CURTAINS; Key ,
BARGAINS )
China. I RUGS LUNCHEON SETS ; Licensed c } : BEAUTY $AtOI. >I I"Southernmost I :
';J1939--Thomas J. Mooney par I fe : BATH SETS BLANKETS DRESSES ETC. ., .it-1.; : House la 1/-SLA. :
d.oned'by; governor in California. g e Call 831-R and Goods Will Be Brought Your Door : SOUVENIRSCONCH 1400 OUT*! Street Tele: hoaf uu ,+a .' t\.
1941-President Roosevelt sets CASH PAINTING Contractor t J j : : Expert Hair Tintilig .Hqir Cuttin/ .r. ,- :.
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Office of Production Manage- Personalized Permanent
up ment. ................... ..........:................: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL.WORK GUARANTEED : ; All Sizes .: : Corectire Facial StyKng. b' 3 :.
'i 1942 Japs bomb U.S.-Philip- ...... ......... : Telephone 9127 114 Dural Street. Jefferion.Hotel : Excliuir but.Not Expensive '* :
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jiihe forces heavily in Philip- : .e...........e.... ........, ee.......................................pe.. 'COCOANUTSSPONGES ,....e.....ee.*.a...........tee.eatlee5S.S.S.e..
nines. J Save 20% ................e.......l....d.......ei'ei.a..# .: ..................!. ,... p ,....... ......
,1944-Bitter' fighting amidst Fe Insurance' ; : : -
sftow-covered mountains in Italy. I .: OD mercaatile dwelling : LANDSCAPING LAWN Mafant.isaa. :. : : For More Natural Hair :
V1945-U.S. First Army cuts I : bldgs. house- '. bT. INSURING- ,with: ,'-.. : : PRUNING .TQP iG; : .. Tinting or the Finest :
&>nhans Belgian lifeline. : : FILL Top SOIL LOTS Cleared and HEDGE?r1 isd. :
V'194620,000':G.L*s .:in' Manila ;S zonal and per. Atlantic. Mutual 1 Hre'InsuranceCo.Save : Will Snip to Any Port : : in Permanent Waves :

boo"American fgeneral: .It; --, .: 15 efleeta.% on .X All Policies NOII.AAelS' I.- Marl. Hauled, $5.00 for 4 YartU.AI. orLeois' J : of u.s. or Canada : BEAUTYCOLONY .
;f.1947, < Marshall; succeedsByrnes : Mercantile : 2 Cleared; and Marl Spread, Ver Reasonable, : Marcy S. Palacio :
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as Secretary ,of State. Crusoe, .4S;, Phone 674 .
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Street : Dayton t icTtj? SERvICE, : J. OTTO :
Q Steelcote R. 1 '. : DaiJ .between 9:30 XM. and'3:30
i i 2612 HARRIS AVENUE :, : i KIRCHHEINEUREALTOR : : :
PHONE 1301 .:. Rental ScriiiJe We Repair and Rewind All Type o/ t : : : P.M.-Appointments are. accepted: ::
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: Pick-Up and :: : < PHONE 1013 : i ELECTRICAL MOTORSWORK i : 411 Fleming Street : S '
: Deliveryeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeee :: Bob Daniels.Proprietoreeeeeeeeee : 919 Whitehead Street : TheSouthernmost
CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : Phones 124 and 736-R ( '
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Auto .: : MAJESTIC NOW ON of DISPLAY.the Air" ::. j Are You Covered Financially! ? j i INSURANCE : 523 Southard Street \ S

There number available with
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,.5 Electrical .: Wire'Recorder RADIO Phonograph : :The/ Financial Responsibility Law is Now : .. uf state approved instruction who know the latest ....
: An Ideal Gilt Liberal Trade-In:Allowance: .:. : Effecti'vejor All Owners of Autos and Trucks : : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians lit
: : OFFICE : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of .
Service : Bring Your Radio for Repair : : Dro ,.ID>and Let Us Explain This Law to You Toda t : : 521 SOUTIIAKDSTRKET : beauty culture, do good work' at very low prices.'Although .. .
". Batteries "Slo" Charged to A Radioman : : appointments are not required it Is advisable. : t.:
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Ii qpt : : : DRESSES...Lace-Trimmed SLIPS.PANTIES GOWNS :
RTE.PLUMMER. 'i i t\ ; FOR SALE 'j' : : -TIlE- : .. Lovely DRESSES for Children..Drapes.Curtains :
; AI'sMusicCo. : PorterAllenCompany : beets.:Pillow Cases...Combination TABLE and FLOOR : :.
; I Our Customers Must Be : MODEL RADIOS Cash or Terms : "
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211 Duval Street : The Latest 629 Eaton Street I 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 13Wi : : HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. :
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: .! EIJ'Wilt Agent 114 : :: Soap. Detergent and Bleach: Supplied ; : Ran Fun i
PHONE 124eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .. : OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY I A,. -L to 8 P.M. "J : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : 118 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORIDA :
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"I\ l l'l. : Q; pFVCROSSINTT':ACCIDENT THAT 'KILLED':TEPT '"Tr ';'i.tea' .. i. ..... .; .r .-- 1 : ..1 I Agrees To :I i Mrs.--Ju- _to.lar" -KrgjJJfipis', > SI-'.rprrs< 11. :", .

" CLASSIFIED ADSInformation Part -For Her ft/of/le/vlfrs. Here fa
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i 1 1J. YMCA Operation : "
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3t I IIIA'I"IC. 'I Mrs. Julia Knight entertainsi'It --
> for the AdvertifterftH a few. friends Monday evening
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.,{ Lld_ --1 1 re. ,,11.111,... .... -- r*-......-> j with a surprise birthday party \ : .
5 I ,B"KrAC TWr, Parn.LIJi.r il.dltt.d a4..rtt.. i iI honorni her mother; Mrs. .Ger: OAUGI1TERS TO
n> Bt* IK Istarl.wp. .dv n*.; but Agreement regarding opera trude Herrera.
e I Adt.rtte.m.ste tads U.I. heU relt .<*..U .r. with I.d..r p.*.. I Il'e : I. CONDUCT MEET :
loertd In Th. Cltiseth at count ruse Dare ;fc.lrUKAIfMS...r'I I I tion of Jackson Square 'U. S. O. 'The party was given at the
J of tea word fur wxtU"I W.rteekarg.d: home of the' mother, .**I Stephen? R. MaHory Chapter
..rtlen.twtti.mi.fm.seeharpfor UpNv'a'i.''-: I Building between th? City of
s of the Confederacy,
i / : Uio first IS words or l a Is JOe.c' To IDBIUII ubMeHMi.n> 9 tnmmt Games were played. i Daughters
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a Th. rat.. f.r .. rrr: Ir I S bile Th. ClttM. attics. fc.ior. II I I I Key -West and the- International j I Mrs. Herrera received many will hold a meeting tomorrow
r :.1 J 4{ word aDd tb. mtalmacn charge for clock 10 the -luwmiiitM on lb. dot !I j committee of the Young Men's afternoon, beginning at 4:30:
-1 tile .tlnt. II ward I i. liv.; of peplteeti+>iu ; : 1 I gifts.
t. : ratified the home of Mrs. M. >E.
s; 1 i I Christian Association was Refreshments "of Bake punchy. o'clock in .
All .dT.rt!.lig !. accepted ,a4.r tbo fol_wlB.'I.oaAttioha''la tb$ by the commissioners in sandwiches and candy were sere Sweeting. 826 Eaton street.

.r."..ponaibl nt of rfor. only":In for a4.tb rtl*. .first jK. In.UvlI tr'.s.at l w. CUM_.iti.uact.--tt...,, .....Ails......*.*.:Kill aDd w l.. I I![regular session last night The ed by the hostess.. i ,1
Bi i:r .e' r i.iM for uir IB .eiezi iu*. w.t .x epa.*weepa.4 br U>* i/[I resolution was approved in its Those helping'Mrs.. Herrera Syphilis is one of the major
part f th advertUcnieiii wb m in. .rrer.e aralraaaaD 1 I commissioners stillbirths.TONY'S .
j I entirety" by all "the celebrate,her birthdaY' were; factors causing
a : IS .. B a a aa Itl] ..Srt+'Wr, i I' present 'f i i Mesdames Sybil Watkins. Vihnie .

.KELP. WANTED ROOMS .P0I' RENT I II I| The agreement can be cancelled Russell, Edna Mae L/"nes.
*ii- I I I'I r. by either party at the expiration Antoinette Roberts, Emma Ch"r. AUTO and

r It:: ; T' I Ii Ij Colored" boy for greasng and FurnIShed. ruopw.., $8J5 single.I|[ of two months or it may low Zena Felton. Frances At- SHOP
'I washing cars* Navarro, I, n.50 doubla.y. G2G Grinnell St.1jan53tx I t l also be null and, voided should bury.: Mamie Watkins. Annie BODY
opposite bus station. Ine"l} Lucille Roberts. Lf-na 603 CS GHEENE STREET
'It'ItI I I j I I either party violate the termsof Rodriguez.
I 11.: a Toliins.; CamilJ" Robinson Sara -
the contract.
1 r i i Local young ex-serviceman toj I WANTED'TO. BENT The YMCA to carry Taylor! Irene Key. Edith Snnders -:' W* HaTS A
t .1 learn printing trade. i I agrees Dolores
r> : Apply J r Ellen Roberts, Tay- SEWLAC PAINT
sufficient insurance to protectthe
; J' yes ;.R,r, :a J I, Citizen Office. jan3-tf Two--bedrom house or apartment Icr. : MACHINE(
., j y I{I preferably .unfurnished.! Perm- [; city from any damage tO(i Manuel Hen-erf. Mrs.. Herr M-+V;' MIXING
,."j a I l [q wpf t '1 I[Waitresses, wanted. Phone 9292*I anent residents. 'i-Write Box ,|i property during the YMCA's tenure husband the hostess; Mrs. Julin We Are Equ'oawl' to Match

.': .t! I t, I'" i I after"': p-m. jan5-4txf i r r H.C.B., c/o.Citizen:' jan6-3tx I of operation. I II I|I! Knight, and Mrs. Herrera. Anw of the Various 3.500
I i Auioncbila: Colors
operated
i ., 1 m I "Snack Bar" will be

zTA I, 1 HELP WANTED-MALE English woman; .in-overseas! service -I I by the .city and profits from the ,I In New England. Ginger sauce Let I's Give Yea An Estimate on

. ''i j 1I' aq> r 1 : throughout the war, would bar's operation is hoped-to cover I i l'i is sometimes sprinkled on ice Painting or Retouching Your Car

t ) ,1i i 1 i Attention barbers! Have interesting '' like quiet Thom in private I II janitor and rnaintainance expenses ), ..,'"'......>... .

t ,...1.1f I' t i YF i proposition to offer right ii j home. Please' address, before which the City has agreed to .
f ;, t : I .' II i person. La Concha Hotel Bar January'1C-JVIrs.-L.'! : F. llatton, I assume. <

; ..I. '1 i ber'Shop.' Apply between 10 I{I 620.Mawi&IontgUmeiy.. '. AVe. :. Bryu Insurance policies to be retained 1t j, HERVOUIRRIWBUHIGHSIRUHG
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; ;AP'Wtl' I A.M. and 4 p.m. J. D. McAndrews. -' .Pa. ; jan7-ltx by the. YMCA will cover ;
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: ... Manager, La Concha j] Workmen's Compensation, and
" : .ARE: .SIX of the d 1.who. /were riding in 9. tractor-drawn bobsled which. s.st. >uclE bft;. I I' Hotel.. jan .-2t I I II' I :, T Foci. .:, iXLE- '" '. liability insurance with a min '
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",J. w' York Centraltiaip, on R.gradcroising at Archbold. Phi Sunday. Ten were kiUtd-and.: r I Ii imum of $300,000 contracted. t .

'- +' w injured.' 'Top.. left to right Charlene Grieser. 11. killed.John; D.anWs..?13..uninjured/j : i SALESMEN WANTED. :: Fourpiecebedrobnl suite; gopd !
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.0' leGrte er. 13. killed. Bottom. left to rIght Donald Grieser 13; Arlen* vGrieser. 10.'and. I I. condition. loot? Sou' hard'St 1 I

. .::' jiMulin.Cri uri 11. ill killed.. Good:'Rawleigh locality available I .. =jan5-3tx Roberts OFFICE j jI I due to this functional'middleage'cause* t -- '-a

...j ....:.:.-.:_.._. __ __. 'n _._ __ __.._ _n.L.:... '. 1'I of 1500 families. No expcri- White outside SUPPLIES j ? j
un MuSe paint, white I II I 1 L

. '::1" TRAIN KILLS i.i.tt: Lb ON SLED St. Paul's- Womav.sAuxiliary .' ,. sales ence mean needed big to profits.start.Permanent Large enamel Ion floipre'nameU] $2.75 gaJ-1 I Directly 126 Opp.DUVAL Our STREET'Old Location'1 and Are going roe between through Ui that.ages trying 38 and functional 32 "" !s
Large electric
I Full tim Write flaw.leigh's I up.. i iI i middle-ace' period peculiar I I y
-- $9.75. Doherty & tto., 846 REFILL CALENDAR PADS make suffer
this
:> : Dept F AA66010.J.Memphis. OJi- I II I to women Doee you
Ft f"" .' Holds Its I from hot flasbea feel clammr.McrMnu. iso
I Tenn jan5-3tx via. corner'of' Packer. Phone for 1948 tni leo ...-k1 Tnen.o '
I 1597. '
I ,1 jan56tPlumbingsuppUee I try Lydla S.Plnktiam-a VegetableCompound t
i iy \\Monthly .Meeting ,, EMPLOYMENT WANTED <.i Complete Calendar Pad & Stands to- relieve ucQ ymp- "-.
:J p 4 :We Can Supply You With All Sizes tonal! It's famous for this!
d 1 1i ; complete know what weI
: y t 1 I Many wiN 'mlddle- 8e' women helps nature (you
r; r stock. Plastic tile, and EATON STATIONERY regularly mean '). Tnls great' medicine also
i paints
; The Woman's. Auxiliary of StPaul's t Chef-Hot*!, club. lodge or top- 'I tan Pinkipmpulld call a stomachic
brushes. EVERYDAY CARDS reaUtanceagalnct baa what Doctors
Ctiiirch I Murray' Plumbing,. up
; Episcopal met class cafes Miami, and Key I thus dtetrea tonic effect.
afternoon.at the West reference. Fred I 1532 N.W.. 62nd ,Street Miami i Complete Typewriter and Adding PlnXbam'Compound containS no Myth, Or' fr f* t_LTDIA K.
Parish I.
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I Fla. Phone"7-3421. janl-tfl I.I Machine Repair Department babl It PL aB.tM'9 TABLETS wld..01.4 Ir
-no -orming drugs.
j ; opiates
ROChOn.j
'" Gen. DeL. Key West.
I IE II Hall for. their .regular 'm nthly I "
I II PHONE 250 VEGETABLE COMPOUND
Pinkham's
r meeting. 1940 Studebaker = Lydia E.
coupejust!:
rM 'i over-
i ,< '. I Mrs. Joseph Ladd, president. I. :r hauled. 1003 Division St, Apt .u _________ __________________._.._u.._.u u.u...u_u"... u u..........................................-.--.rti
.'Ie', ; I'( conducted the., meeting, with FOR RENT I 8. "_" ian5-3tx: 2.11111111! IIIliIlll tH IIII till HItIIIIIUI'H' '' IIIIIIIIIIIIII!II i IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIJ! (;
; /H Miss Jennie. Seymour leading
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I Mrs. J. H. Mae- Tourist accommodations in priv.. f -- = ,
the devotional- Fredrick display and storage 1 box, --
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ate home 500 feet from r
Connell gave ;an i.interesting and ocean.Brent's ]r adding machine,, meat slicer., == -rr C''
instructive talfc on "The Church 701 Southjan5710121417 Jj cash register, ;overhead fan ---- --- ''i.V
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i and her' Bible". produce scales. Phone. 1588JIt r I
After the business session "er: i i :..: t '- jan6-6txi r
r a i Downstairs' office at 611 Fleming -: ? I r
was I refreshments were served., .Present j r Woman Work !
Street Apply Citizen Of-! 1 s
were: I fiee. jun5tfTORE !!:i 1937 SGOO.OO.two-daoj' .Buick sedan!!

Mesdames Emma A f.a 1.a, I, Apply F-4; Ft. Taylor I -- --
_., Grace J. J' I Navy -Housing jan6-4tx': -= t .
Ranger, .H.. MacConj ':
oy. .s $ FOR ENT: :
t' y, 4 nell Ellen Tynes. Luise.Gr3.1 == ": ,,. = !
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Jp-.J house "gpod location com- r --
-....., : :: Ralph Pinder; Dagpy, Porter, Small store spaces
..\-.., V I Ralph Russell' Glorjaha Bayly.* ._ 4 sated, next" to Post" |Officeti321Simonton. ],,,,or pply> I 12IS Petronia St ( II

",1 i; ... (I I house Emerson Joseph Archer Ladd.: Clarice Emma 'Alls-Seymour ? jan6-3tx;!i .jan5-3txj{a Is SO-ONER Done :

t ',7 Fred Eberhardt Gleoi APARTMENTS fOR RENT :; 1940 DeSoto *coupe., Excellent|=-- ".'. -- .. ..). .I -....-. '- ,:_!Ii
tiL 41
+ Wood Sweeting. Juanita; Delga- condition. -Priced: very rea-
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do, John Sawyer and the Misses Modern spacious, furnished apt;! sonable. 'MIprve( .Motors Inc. J =
Twin beds sofabed, ocean. ]: \ rw
Jennie Seymour Etta,Patterson. fear .. janG-tf
Lila. ". Adults. ,Seasonal. |till United.St .
Pitcher "
I I Apt. 4. jan56txFor Hot Point eieclric-range) cheap.I

2313 Pattertphe.: ., jan6-3t; With Electricity I
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: tt ; r Frozen whaie (neat, is,increae-; Rent-Two-bedroom apartment -' .
1n et... O
ingly used as human food Seasonal. Available Jan. i Westinghouse"electric'range. Rood{

i..._ | many European Cov tre .j, 15th. Apply 419 Division St,i condition. = .
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!.PfMEH'ANri RESCUE4 WORKERS clear'away debris from Newly furnished two bedroom!; 1935 Dodge ; rr
t l 'locomotive cia Chicago-bound New York Central train just Store equipment-One' refrigerator apartment Including Frigidaire J' Pinder Phop'e11I63-J.-; ; (;
'after engine struckabebste4 gradecrossing display case one R:C,Allen electric stove linens hot water.i .->' jan6-3tx f GO ALL-ELECTRIC ;
on a at Arch.
cash
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machine
adding Available January 15th. Seasonable -i
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}QlC? killing 10 children and injuring two other .: 'Bottom --
: one 14-ft Vegetable ltij i I -
; rent Apply 1508 Sem-! 1940 Cadillac vcpijpe; New paint,
.,.Crushed( : .bodies of children"it* between,the tracks immediately one computing: scale (capacity inary Street jan6-6tx; de-rust job:' "3 new tires. 45 =

'aftthe'accldeni.' The childraztwerer, : being taken for a ride t' 6 Ibs.), one hanging scale (capacity 000 miles dri"'engine. 'Excel = =

on.the sled drawn by a ,tractor .driven by a neighbor. 20.Ibs.;), one-meat ilicer, Completely furnished upper| lent condition Call 1529-R. = =

,\ h -.-'- ., ----I six grocery store glide'with, apartment couple only. no: '. '.; ', ? jan7-3tx: = '. =
1 baskets high-grade shelving.. in
; pets. Apply Gaiti 109 Duval .
ax" -.1 OCEAN VIEW 8 ft. units. All equipment new Street (upstairs). jan6-5tx : 1937 pick-upr truclo! J125. Can be =

,: ':'rhe-'Weatlier t .,1'i: RESTAUR4NT. HASVARIED two weeks ago. 'See Tom Reidat i seen at.Tonv'a Auto Shop'603- : COMMON KNOWLEDGE dial hot v.aler washes cleanerand '

TT,_:' : I MENU Reid' Grocery' or" 1020 Georgia "- HOUSES FOR RENT 05 Gr ene'_Si'o. ''.' ''jan7-6tx = quicker. ami it''i common SCIIM M heat i it electri ==
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1939 Buick 2-doOr .180-11
h eYiWfst; !> .and.. Vicinity; :; Fair.. T..'Luther Pinder, proprietor oft Poinciana. 4:30.: : beautifully furnished. Large a : s< r i
:Pifiy{ ek j dY (with slowly rii i I the .Ocean View Dining Apply. jan6-3tx \tot with tropical fruit trees at'Swedish i njassage'l"i treatments, = ." .. '.!
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Beach. Contact =
North $3.00 $5.00, $7JJO.Ladies inly.
'tmpei a ure this afternodn,1 ii ri 1319 Olivia St, Phone FOE appolflttraentPhone 575. =
tonight aril. Thursday. ,Gentle' to j>*blic to"dine in one.! of Motorbike. Very cheap.Apply owner'j J.. 3-5t -- Aii I-:1.: {'lriVal..r Healer delivers hat ,mlf'ra1l011. ...
1202 Whitehead St. j n5.3tx -- -
\ moderate north to northeast<<:: beautiful dining rooms in South I II ;;;; want, \theii you wall automatically, safely, economically.There's .
'fully company ==
Windy Florida. with its display of 22'I Two-bedroom home, Nationally organized:\
I becoming. northeast and House and lot at 1125 Packer.
I different kinds of mounted ished. Seasonal only.] Apply will buil<| modern type of ; flame dangerous. fnnie .
)I after 6 to !' no 110 sool, no ><-just dependable
Enquire 7.p.Di. =
t e... .'. game; fit p.m.' corner Virginia. 1Ind Margoet1 1 home,*fully approved in Key I

:'Florida-;. Fan today tOnight ,TheOcean View Diping Room +I :.jan6-6tx! Sts. jan7-2tx.- West at 30.'/!; to 40% less than __ convenience and .83li.fu'liollI." you licat water =

anda Ti\ur specialize in sea food of allPa4iclpudy conventional,cost. Example: 2- --- --
$ ay except becoming and
Collapsible baby carriage !
FISHING LODGE FOR RENT bedrom borne. elec'lrieaUy.Ami 1 .
fully equipped
kinds, steaks and chicken
dinners''all
( ; on lower east coast f' mattress, $15.00. 66-1 PoJnci- II .
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$3,975r: Easy terms $25
\4\;, Thursday;, Continued cold today at popular prices. ana, Phone 15G4-R. jan7-4t l : I --- 1
New, beautiful fishing d'ge.1| per month:..We build homes on
arscf The "new chef at the Ocean ==
tonight; .warmer Thursday:, pecky cypress finish' inside the "production line method _
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.Eas Qulf (.View- Pining Room is Roland 1937 Pontiac motor perfect tires i .
of
$ Mexico and furnished.
completely Lodated i and save you a great deal of {
D'. is fair, fair battery. Apply 1707 t there 199 other lime-and-icork'saclng f E
'Jaiks nvUle thru the Florida' .Attore He a man of wideexperience on the ocean at Cudjo Key.' money. Write C.C., c/o Key j are use < relectricity

Straits: Gentle to moderate I in catering to an ex- Von Phister Phone 858W.jan7'3tx. twenty-five minutes from Key!f' West Citizen 'Key West Fla. | in t the home. ONLY electricity' can do them ALL. iI

.winds today becoming northeasterly '"i'l: at.tmt j public. West on U.S. No. 1. Has elec- dec3112txWashers ;' r r

Thursday. ,Fair weather,{ ?. 1940 Packard convertible. New tric lights, hot and cold running -I I = And electricity; does them better ehea;ter. 'That' tlbc HO i
01ctsonvUe0 Apalachicola: i -Ve sun rotates in the saute diNq water, radio-phonograph,! irons vacuums and'

small craft or storm' W01m.'. reetion'as the earth top.Call 742-W.motor perfect condition.jan7-3t swimming pool. bottled gas J I fans repaired. Q'Briant Phone i' = !say> : Don't delay-CO ALUKLEOTUIC :\1 u'I'rliVnv.' .; 55
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Moonrise 5:01 also furnish small boat for r
a.m. |
I Moonset Complete new bathroom set including I! 1; : =
.' -- 4:06 p.m. fishing. Will sleep seven Dressmaking and alterations
I J :. Report t Ye1 I. ,/ 5-foot left-hand drain Phone 546, or 667-J. I large sizes a specialty. 1017 =
t cast iron bathtub.: Also lava- -

I f -Key West Fla. Jan. '7t 39-18'1 I, "; :, TIDES tories. Telephone 781. 512 i ._----jan7tfflRINTING-- Margaret Street-..,jan5-3t.- =

(Observation, ,; 8:30: taken A.RL, at EST City) Office'!* \ (Naval Tomorrow Base) Margaret Street j jan73txMan's f ... = The MORE 1 YOU USE- 'CO .

I { Temperature (Eastern Standard. Time) bicycle, $20.00. 1307 Petronia r i

Highest yesterday -._- --..'-- 7l| 8:59.:High aim. 2:21a.m.:Low, Street jan7-3tx r = The LOWER the PRICE ALI.-EI EC11RIC ..
C Oar:: consistent
Lowest last night prices are
60 ::7:5&: {) P.m. 1:05: p.m. Bathtub and lavatory for sate, in u Sd.N r-
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Mean ==
{, Normal _. -.- --.= .:: ..t --- 69 60.t +1 0\ good condition. Call 266-M. 1 with our quality work on I == AND If A SO-Gallon or Larger Size. = .
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I PrecIpitation: ; -. -.- TIDE DATA jan7-4tx 4 all types ci printing. Publications == WATER HEATER Is Installed
Reference
Station: Key West 4J
Total I last 24 hours _h__ ;.00 ins.'., Time of(Height of 1935 Ford very good condition. J stationery, office .: = A Premium Rate Is Allowed Iraq ; .
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Total this month .02 ins.! r
-- -- StatloDTide forms
-- invitations advertising
: thigh water Apply 316 Southard. jan7.4tx
Departure this month.38 InS.|ahia Honda -Ohr. == '
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Total this year .. .02 Ins.. outers.5S -
\ ) (bridge* -10 m1n. 0.0 ft Attention radio amateurs: Com- -
Departure this year -.3B ins.'No Name .
Key +2hr.
100-watt fone/CW station '
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1 I r i l t. :-' Relative at Barometer 8:30,,65K Humidity A.M. .(-Boca Caldes((east Sandy Chicaohr.side20 Channel Point) iOmia.+min.2hr.. I I Large ready twentv RECVR for operating meters.in operation new desk HQ on condition.ten 129-X three i or!I I The Greene Artman and Ann Streets Pre<; L1r L1 City Electric System I I1ii1I1I11IHIIIIIIIYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII


(Sea Level) 1:30 A.M. (north end) _lOmln. +} 1.4 ft element rotary beam sfxteep-

-.. 3d.22 ins.-l023.1 robsTomorrow's i f t' oOo foot pole and all accessories. Phone 51 =

Almanac (NOTE: Minus sign-corrctioot .
Pcice. $298. Leaving town. 1
Sunrise" ------ -- -- 7.13. a.m. to be subtracted. Plus' 88-1 Poinciana, Phone 1132-W.I
1 f Sunset 555; pmS sign-corrections to be added.. jan7-2tx I IlIllIlIUIIIIIIIIIIIIUUIlIllIlIlIllIlIl1l1Jl1I1I1I1II l


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AND INDEPENDENTSPLAY :$t. Peter And j I install 200 of the seats, but decided I .. '. .... r,. .. '. 4 .
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IIARD-FOUGIIT the additional 100 until a lat-r ... '
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CONTESTAll Commissioner Clarence HI;q J- t .. : :;'- '. :: : .
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offered the motion and W. .A. i 'i .' .J." .It':' .. :< ,.' li : h ...

three of the City Recreation Coming, Herfe Parrish seconded it. I .,,.,.,...: ..::.J. t ...;\t...;,.:...:-.. ;..:,.".',<..J'. ... : '.' : .. .I
Department League Basketball : j.", '.: 'J' -' '. 4"f. .
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games last night were I Key West High School Conchs UNLUCKY HORSESHOE ,f t 'i w 16 p 11lt/* i D. .FT.4i.-zK p ,- : t /, !
very close 'with the winning will take to the road for its only HALLANDALE Fla. .t :.1 .:. :"!'.gta.M'' .' .' 1
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points made in the last few road trip ':during' 1:ris playing Apprentice Harold FeaU AP-1 ...: 3 t:**: ..,
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{to.Homestead_to'play the Homestead tion, warded off a right to .
The Boca Chica Marines and High School. The Varsity the chin recently when a horse I; t :: ) 4.< : ") 1 ';

Independents played a hard'' and r 'Junior1, .Varsity both jnll tossed a loose shoe. .. ,. 1t.J' : .
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fought game all the way. In the make the trip. The Homestead The shoe apparently sucked t I. << '
third quarter the Independents boys= ,will'come to Key West for loose by clinging mud.spun back I : ity .: : :
', a two-day stay on February 6 with the speed of a bullet and ;
tied .the score and took the lead and 7.I .. young Featherston game buI; I .. I
with another shot. Then the' Ma-I Homestead, : has a good team groggy, completed the race but :/ ,
rines with help of a free throw j and is eagerly awaiting the cancelled. his final mount of the : :t.t? ,i( -4' I

tied the game again and in the I{Conchs. The Growers beat: the day. I. '.!i-'V.:: '. 4: .i
last minute the Marines went ahead for a final score of 29 to one point last year. Read the Classified Ads. in The '... ....i.... .k" ,
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points fbr'the losers. host to the Saint Peter and Paul Co I r'.i. ; : '
The USS Wilkie High:School:of Mia'mL The'girb' ;, ., : :. {. : r
topped the ,' \ ot .' .... ."' .i. .. 4... \.
Transit Pushers 26 to 24 in the varsity, will play a suitable,opponent Q S I Ioft. _.i.k:>-- ; :$4iS_ _. ..'... t .. '; .' ,. .
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second game that got off to a as the preliminary game. ...1
slow'' si rt. The score was 2 to I The local team will play t\to ; .&#& ... % e3y i ;i .
2 at the:;.first quarter. Every at-' games every.week.from now'-until : i-'y eQP :(,e I I -' Li '

tempted basket circled the rim the. end of?:the season. i .... /:"g ccor \1 .( I -"
bouncetl off, for 'another It I i ;{ : t. ; ,
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was: 21 all again in the third : < 1 ; :
quarter. But the last quarter; : BASKETBALLt < >"V:' i :y* ;
both teams were out to win. .. 4o .i 9..v' II ,
A foul called on the Transit i C
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Wilkie kept the lead for a final J -. ', '< __ .:. _' .:... iJo: I!' I ,' .
score of 26 to 24. High scorer for i Sponsored' by City" Recreation' II'IS t :: .. :...:
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Junior ber points The with; third Conchs for 9. the game and Tranist between Beachcombers G. Bar-the-1 HIGH. (Night SCHOOL- Games)GYM. t,,: ; lPtelt f f :.;" ;r_ .'; '.' ? : : : ::l ':t.1 t.


was another close one. It '.TONIGHT-. & .. .. .. .. ,- 4
was 13 all at the half The : 7:00:.:E.P.C.618 vs. K. W. Electric BEt flI< Conchs finished ahead 29 to 27. Repair. t" ) : :.. / : i .
Solomon made several -perfect 1 8:Otf:-Junior Conchs 'vs. Naval. '
.shots as top scorer for the : t Ordnance. '
Conchs. Demeritt made 11 pointsfor 9:00-Sonar School vs. PCS-
the Beachcombers. 1386. : ,
Castillo also made some good J THURSDAY9:00K.. -, I i1MeetABOy.l1.'I :

shots for the losers. i '.. C.YC.8:001t.'W.W..Electric Repair vs. h
Referees: Kinght and Cruz.1: .
{ Transit Sonar .
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Score: Williams. Time: Tallon.' -.-'
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i .9:00-::Bob's Sport Shop vs.


Board Mnnro Approves Dis large ,I['i J I FRIDAY 700*:. ?-High ASR-7.vs., Alu.SchocA\nnae. "r," Girls ALE 'r / You Will Be Glad To Know.1

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L.: II Goddard, executive:sec- ;f,, 6:00-CYC vsEPC618.'SATURDAY :" : ., .. 4'c .
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has announced that Walter i 1 7;15-High School Varsity Girls '.' '.
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Mt nro. Jr.. city hall janitor was vS. "

charges given a brought public against hearing him on by i 1 Your '.Horoscope l$ : He's just a lad mill a bag of newspapers:.slung ; "

the last city manager (Edwin
Trevor) and that the board found J WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, .' : :"< over his shoulder, or a basket full attached<< to : -
Munro guilty of the charges and i 1947- Romantic, but inclined forward '
confirmed the recommendationof the I law. if the mind laI
'.Jhe city manager that he be I turned toward study A lover of i his bike-but he's a success story in t the making. .
discharged. {the comforts of life and of f good

TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS eating'carry, but out balanced plans'ana by thus a desireto lead i f Because he's learning about people,.,about finance

1 1 to independence in life and a { r

: (Know America) I competence.. 11\ t. and how to conduct a business, through :
Adolph ,
Zukor mcvie magnate : ;
born in Hungary. 75 years: ago. I Children of 'pre-school age p AlE r.

Remington Charles K.Arms Davis, president Bridegport I rarely fear gnaVes. 4RORIDABRENtR T4MM.FLORIDE i '.\ his newspaper route. Bright, aleri.he, '.wiJIaso: ] : .

Conn., born in Lebanon, Pa., 59 eA : become self sufficient and well have :
years ago. .BathtubS eLavatories ,Toilets poised, so
Dr, Donald C. Smelzer of Philadelphia Kitchen Sinks -Water Heaters ,
noted physician and Soil. Pipe and Fittings t word for him : '
hospital head, born in Montreal, Water Pipes and Fittings a friendly every day. / '<_. .
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52 years ago. Plumbing); Supplies '
Mai Gen. Willis II Hale of the F t.r ,_ ;' : : \! 4 ;
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Smathers of New Jersey. born in I S. Highway No. 1 ; Ip-; Encourage the. ? ;, :
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'A"G ':EIGHT THE r KEY WEST CITIZEN ._ .. .. ..WEDNESDAY: JANUARY, 19.1.l
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= To Look HER BIRTHDAY AIDS TilE IIICSGRYT Purdue Editor It is believed that 4,000 miles

Manager F above the surface of the earth


r into Ownership I' 6IUhite for a Shroud [ 1, ? Now In Key WestMrs. the eighth.earth's as strong magnetic as field at the is one.surface -


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Of Muny Hospital By DON CAMERON Helena M. Hunt, editor of I

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: 'City Fathers in last night's Chapter 9 but there wasn't: The'bullet,weni t 'The !sheriffs face crinkled in a University, Lafayette. Indiana,s j jI 1114 DuTal Street

etsMA approved the payment ofInsurance I RANT was setting type by in at a downward angle, which friendly way. "You know. Andy I I and her daughter Miss Patricia,I A Complete Stock of

policies on the Key *-* hand when Sheriff Ed Worth means he must of been holding! you grew up to.be- a right smart arc visiting here at the Coral I I WINES. LIQUORS. RUM ud
.1 the gun high up in front of him. boy: Mac's lack, to have you for Gables apartment .
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West General hospital. Stock came into the printing shop his GIN al CUT-RATE PRICES
i t "I wouldn't know about that. friend. I'm his friend too but While here Mrs. Hunt -discovered !
'. Island. The payment was not I blue eyes more watchful than 'Then ther '* that double;trail when something happens that the Kinsman hydroponic1 i) Call 1318 for
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I : 'cut of the cit>"s' general fund usual his lined face sterner. of blood in the reception room. doesn't look right I'm duty boundto

i but rather out of a special .......r.1t "Quite a bit of snow Andy Whywould he go to the door look into it, no matter if it does ; gardens where vegetables are : Prompt FREE Delivery

marked fund of the City Hospi he remarked after he was' shot.and. ,then go concern' the most" prominent CItizen 3 2hi grown in sand and will write :' DELIVERIES Will Be Made
back'That's!" we got. He was abruptly an article about it for hoc news "
t tal'N budget amending was Brant's heart sank but he He'wanted to' stern again. "If there been a : : Only Between the Hoursof
iweded for payment of the poh- !'troto appear cheerfuL "I easy. get criminal shooting. I want.to find bureau and some agricultural 4 PM. and MidnightWe

", ctos. -_. I I thought I noticed" some on 'my milL home But or perhaps he decIded.get help he from couldnt the out auUit\ Snetry.saysTOac is I publication. Later she plans on Reserve 'the Right to Refuse:

!f"', i The gum of WOW3 was paidto way-It to was work.a bad night they tell make it.. He went back to his office apt to'm&rder die. That* and talk ttbat f of talk.yoursabout of A going to Cuba. ; Delivery to.Anyone

: the Porter-Allen companx, me-wind and all because there was a sofa he
blowing that. I lie down on.", Carol's about Crape has got me 1 It is estimated that about one
$$594? to the Atlantic Mutual hear it was real chilly a little could Worth looked at,the tbyikusig. T"don mind 4aymg..in
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bitten by poisonous -
t ]Fir Insurance company and $1- after midni ht. view of whafs happeneO don't;. persons
floor and at the ceiling. 1; dont STRAND THEATRENow
"It Ed. I know because Iwas snakes had been bitten
i, i 50&27 to the Key West Insurance was." suppose ;youll do it.. Andy, but. I like. it a bit. tit 4 F 'av.M .
out. wish you d tell me why you're so ,He turned toward the door, while handling the reptiles intentionally Showing
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company. of the Atlantic The sheriff shook a doleful set on'coverin g up things about, leaving Brant frowning after him. "LIVING IN A BIG WAV
Crusoe head "People getting shot andc'n.thin
Joseph
." this shooting. : not ,liking it either. Gene Ke y.Marie McDonald

Mutual Fir Insurance company "Were you ocr to see him!" "What: do you mean;covering In the'space'" of a'few hours .;,
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the commi ioncrs I
Wormed "I stopped by. but he up' Brant's world had narrowed to a
that the fire insurance policy ex- asleep. Andy, what about Ralston, was When I got to Mac's' office his: handful,-of people and kin emo- Starting Thursday: "

today at noon on the hospital Crane!" chair was pushed against,that tions had grown in intensity as "CROSSFIRE"
Find The policy, he So it was going to have to be hole in the wall and the .phonebook they shrank.in focus. John Mac- Robi. Young Rob Mitchum
property. discussed after alL Brant was over the bullet mark on farlane might be dying and Ella Blad4eadt't.w Ne'i ftitmt
added was, now in the name oft "1 don't know anything sighed. the deskElla didn't do those was frightened and bewildered. Yn. tt. M tnr. tb r i. k ..(, -eMONROE -
the United Slates of America. except things. She told me a chair was and'the two of them commanded t' Kuc x .
t that a man named RIgby is up when she. there ; -"'" .. -... .''f o.ie ........ THEATRE
E Mayor Adams: Wc have had from Detroit looking fcr hint"I ." tipped over got all his affections.( Ralston Crane x firs
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t the first time. Doe didn't doany who, in'some manner bad brought ... wv 1.L irmMfcr Nbw Showing"DESPERATE"
from the know that much. ...
no recommendation Rigby isn'ttelling ..._--.., ,+ .lta.TaL
his business and Crane cleaning up. As far as I know you evil into their lives was quite r-od Y.rps :

rity manager that we continue dIdn't get back to the hotel all were the only other person.alone possibly dead-lulled horribly by ai"t"i'.. tiay sae .: tkany =:.Itlew O ..d. 'Steve Brodie-Audrey Long
0 km.er ewk.
the: policy." City funds should not night""lie's with Mac. Mac in a burst. of unreasoning 411' ;ewspbctu) ,..f aye A.op..ab iAor. dPar- rnetlyo.pievpe

be,used. I not the only one. The rage-apd ''Charlie King the SEVEN-YEAR-OLD ELLEN SOLOMON (above), of Charleston. _..<.It....... -.Ow. Si..,,,. C .
Dion flint of admira- drunken mill hand had become a II49 Starting
Commissioner Fred : saloons kept open house. was a 't". Thursday
THERE sinister In the S. C. invited friends to her birthday party. and asked them to toq- .
t11t1e the of the Crane didn't show up at any in Brant's eyes as he figure overnight.: "BOOTS. OF DESTINY"
is. in name of the saloons or at Gene Glebb's looked at Worth. The sheriff: had background' Peter Rigby made a bring money instead of presents. She collected'SI'." and for Central Pharmacy.. 323..White. S.'. 'Ken Maynard

I county. They have purchased j poolroom. I called at Maggie never been trained police meth- morose and unlovely' question warded it to CARE in New York to buy food for some needy and Drug Stores Everywhere t
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the property Tucker's hunch but the old ods in.nis native shrewdnesshe mark children.
on a yet European family with Ellen sits beside. her ,toy. cash
Agent Crusoe: he Countyhas girl was alone" missed nothing of importance 'Brant'sslinefia warned that it .
1 8 mfbrmed me that they have "I can't help you, Ed" "I did rearrange things a bit," was not ended. He realized that register.

taken the property" Worth took off his fur hat and Brant confessed. "I'.bd. a,hunch heiad known jn some mysterious -- ---. u -. "
not yet over masked; his gray: hair with a fur Ella would be along with Doe manner,* aqersince; the blizzard I ,'
M Commissioner Dion The City mitten. "Mac told! Ella and Sperryhe Sperry. If she hadn't" noticed the struck that dftnjref lay.ahead His I SCOUTS TO : ro Anight, beginning at 8 'o'clock"DEI

)Manager ''should ascertain the shot himself by accident. mess before-and:.1 .figured, she first' thoughts when the trapped t : NAMETO : m ***. Paul's 'Parish House.
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ownership,'and so advise u.." -J know. He was checking his might have been too .excited"tOpay AnVf: taemmedoin,. feeling ,of ,the,
'The Dion motion was then gun: and-" attention to anything MacI storm,cam..,over him had been of Ail"UAII MEETING:; Chairman Weintraub urge
"And it went ol twice which thought, it would be,just. swell violence jf a'sensitive.receiver 'all Scouts to attend the meeting
gassed by alL This motion transferred is a downright funny thing for a if she didn't notice ,at 'all. in his brain had responded to Isadore Weintraub, district at which delegates will be nam-

: the matter to the City revolver to do accidentally One But if 1 bad really wanted to threatening vibrations! He had chairman of the Monroe County J.'d for the annual district meetm'
Manager for his recommcnda bullet cut across the desk and hit cover up'I'd have got some putty joked aoout-it with Worth. but
Council of Boy Scouts;, issued to be held in Miami Januarycall
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the wall Doc admits there was and paint and done a job on those then Carol had told of seeing Ella
something queer about the one bullet marks. and changed: ,one of weeping on Crane's shoulder and today for a mcetign tomor- 12th Outside
CUWIEW .
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that got Mac If he was holdingthe those empty cartridges in the revolver ithad ceased to be a joking nat
*3-CENT CIGARET TAX gun there ought to be powder for'a good one'after clean-. ter. fit*.yv FIYE'MaT PXOTECTIONvery -

burns on his clothes or his skin. lit the chamber (Te. ke ceUneedApply > !very lo* ef every .
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It. "l ast.- Sewing CmsiiniueeMeets Rainbow Girls9Installation 'To Wed $2.00 JAR-NOW ONLY $122 i : ; /5. sgmMst .

,;James. Murphy of the govemincntal t :.I/i. I
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Charles II Porterficld 21, of
affairs committee of the P.M.
Th u rsday Guard against stun dryness that ,'J 'V STORMS
Jtt :Chamber of Commerce I the U.s. Navy," and Ethel Plais- fl// I ""
Why do funds derived from the This ancc. 20 _of Garden Meadows, tattle-tales your age with DuBarry'sxlrarich t/ i SUMMER HEAT
Mrs. Pritchard chair. Thursday filed xtra-fin Derma-Sec I- \
tobacco tax go into the generalfiand : Reginald La; an appkcatipn for a I ( PIOWLERSPRYING
? Will these funds later bejlsed man of the Sewing Committee marriage license yesterday at the Formula the cream that seems ---- ,,( EYES

for other city purposes!" of the Woman's Hospital Auxiliary A public installation officers, office of County. Judge RaymondR I to soften as it tojchesl li ;l7o"o u..itetI rmr.Owly Mebtee hilt..eIv....m.*.!..*..._
I announced today that. :the of Key West Assembly Order of Lord. >> tor*f tUBarrrDvrmo -'w. .... nN-pr f..issid. Iocki2tl
Lester .
::City Attorney Ignatius sewing group will meet at the the Rainbow for Girls; will beheld C&flr'sPllniiay s ; > C foom/la dj vt for bv c..........n.b "...|.W.opened..c'otcd'.
'They can only so be wed by an hospital tomorrow afternoon at COUNTY COMMISSION I anti S1dOgH plwt fax. f...h. fat..u.1.

im ndment". tomorrow at 7:30 p., m. in '' Ii j for.......,. ........... ........r.rife
.Mayor Adams: "I assure you two o'clock.Mrs the Scottish Rite Temple: (Continued From Page One) 1114 'DIVISION STREET r Ask About Our Convenient
Pritchard that I their friends of their pleasant The Store '
says any-
that. I will always vote for these The following officers will be 1 PHONE 177
t Payment Plan
one who can lend a hand will be stay in Key West, the fisher- ((2).
specific purposes. The moneyahould installed and will serve for a --- Prescriptions Called For and DeliveredSTEBUNU ---
welcome, and that, she will arrange mans paradise KEY WEST VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY
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always be kept where it term of three months: ,
for transportation for The Jaycees Jlm.plan to have "
Is.". Worthy adviser Miss Nellie C. 118-120 Duval Stree PHONE 1042 Jefferson Hotel Bldg.
Earl Adams, former council- those who need it. Call her at Menendez; associate worthy advisor fish diners to which' .the public .
548. '''will be invited connection
Miss Weech charity. in
man: "I see by this ordinance Betty ;
that will ''be taken out of Miss Ann Wcllons.:;: hope. Miss, with the tournament They will JNCHE
money ''''
; E"TEllTAINSATIE"TS Joann KnoMvles; faith, Miss Betty'be most attractive to resident; BEACHCOMB O-
i this fund to pay for the repairIng -
Canova Miss Ether ,as well as 'to \isitors. A Jajccc SAT
: of taxpayers' sidewalks". Gould Curry, well-known )local ; treasurer Of A 6
artist entertained Smith, recorder. Miss Virginia committee is now searching fora nETllnN -
of the
patients
: Russell confidential observer:, suitable have these T11E
'Before Naval Hospital at a "Jam Session" ; plareto, PATTERN .
Miss Colleen Moore: outer obicrvi will release "
dinners and more ,
the,Red Cross
in Recreation s
thc. city has to have the moneytd t st'y
Hall on Tuesday nifchL 'r. Audry Robcrt.;o 1: drill leader detailed inro'rmation' the near
-do to.: Later the property
The Miss Zola Camus .choir director future. ,
program was arranged IY'the >
owner.will. be made to repay .the : Roberts
mutt
"Cleora
--*-'"*- Red Cross CommunrtyScrv Miss ; :
t ice Committee. cian, Miss Teresa Carey: love: Although- .cordage of coir

_,, City Attorney Ignatius Letter: Miss Betty Knowles; religion.; made from husks of coconuts
"Yea! according to the charter, alien Miss Dorene Clawson. nature.
Snakes die if they are left for is not'as strong 'as other ropes
can be placed! on the property Miss Dolores Johnson: immortality -
long in the hot sun. it has a remarkable buojanoe
by the city". Miss June Yates: fidelity 4
and docs not rot easily.
; Earl Adams, once more gaining plained to the cOmmission that Miss Dorothy Ann. Wilson: pa '

the floor: "I am no lawyer, but the triotism.. Miss Barbara Dcleado
tax all
cigarette
Ui:this tobacco tax. it doesn't since was right and service.. Miss Mary Is mtcy. f .
it was a luxury tax, but -1
date that any money collected Miss Ann Doughtry, worthy
that a general sales tax wasP KNIGHTSOF
install,
from sidewalk improvements advisor, will serve as
mainly aimed at the poor person the Miv-c
will be returned to the fund. No officer, assisted by
This would tax milk, bread chaplain. Fa\e PYTHIAS tie
provision in this ordinance Ask Betty B. Cate as ',. '
and other necessities of life, he Bervaldi as musician. Judy

your: city attorney said, the youthful officer add: Doughtry as marshal, Virginia At the meeting of Key West I : rF 4r
1Let's
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cd. i! Russell as recorder. Lodge. Knights of Pythias. to
per c r1t. It is a good law But This sales be held Friday evening at 'r y 1 F s
tax r 3 the last thin,; ': on
the ordinance should so state that should be considered by the Although the non-white popu- 7:30 o'clock the Ranks of Page I' ..rt

that money collected from side- commission, as Key West has a.: lation of the United States is and Esquire will be conferred. I
walk improvement will revert to large with I, cent of the total ,
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population a small income only about per J. WINFIELD RUSSELL. P
the special fund, and not to the "
it contributes at least! a quarter Secretary,
general fund". The ordinance: passed on first ': of the tuberculosis deathsin I

nil. City make,Manager the Spalding: "We reading includes cigars, stogies:; :: the country. __ .-- ----- > t i
theffrcond
correction on tobies (1 I -
cigarettes smoking tobacco I
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i ." .reading of the ordi- and any, chewing other\ product tobacco of, the snuff tobacco -,|: THREE HOTELS h. ,I\1IAl\II\ \ tt POPULAR PRICES I all pull together in '48

Earl: Adams' argument though
plant prepared by
technical in nature was presented and manufacturing processes drying, Locaftdio tfle Heart of th. CIty for Better 1-

,so forcibly by Adams that and used by human beingsfor E i Rates Write or Wire

the commission agreed in principle smoking, or for chewing, or 1\J Reasonable ROOMS for Reservation PARTY LINE SERVICE
to incorporate\ his thought
as snuff, irrespective of whether ,i watt BATH and TELEPHONE
In the second and fnial reading
or not tobacco in such '
any product
Of the ordinance.

Ensign Howard Weiss, U. S. is flavored, adultered or :' Ford Miller\ T3JL4aic7iSTERLItil
mixed with any other
ingredi Pershing
N, a regular in the Naval Service ent. : / Allow little time between 5

: "scored: the commissioners Hutc Hotel Hotel tolls to permit others to have.

for their .contemplation of a their turn at the lint Tp

feneral sales tax. (In fairnessto 60 N.E. 3rd St 221 N.E. lit Ave 22* N.E. 1st Ave.i OILIERs OTHER7ENq

the commissioners 80 Rooms IX( Room 80 Rooms I -
nona except I
J. Carbonell proposed a Let Us Help You Elevator Elevator Elevator .re. tAU "II non E

general sales tax, and even he Solarium Heated 1479-
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I met $15.11'stills i
did not state what items he Plan 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION UUI15 I
Your FloorsFree
would include in a general sales I SMUDEIS $2.SI* M. EtEpSE
tax program. Possibly because of I Estimates Gircn ,.;;;;.....;...v'i"i ... ..................I I : t0 A E IN When another party on your

their non-denunciation of the I Tta CHITS BUT 1 Lfo onlnrJ now for drCtnr M IV nr'rfitfurr tN t; Lt ( line has an emergency please
i
.Asphalt Tile > ..lIlwlIl.dIrrirlll / the first ("ojnes 4 GENC'
general ""sales tax,. Weiss, undoubtedly Rubber Tile :.1 o .1.aL1t.imI dnni.f:JOII'v rr fan*,foflrr v00" E Ea refease. the line quickly.

assumed they (the I eCork Tile I'> of that Jluclt-Talked tbunt ""k- 4<4 c..I:| urat forl*. berg spoons t/2\1 txl4i nip in.pranc i
Commissioners! ) were for the Plastic Floor Tile .

'tax( ). -Plastic: Wall Tile I The Busier ttanttnamhip uaxwj' la titjtr Pnurro LWaVih s' I,**

Weiss, a forcible speaker, ex- Wool e.BroadfeltseCapello Rugs \ SEARS Spring and\\ Bailable after!\ Gee Ion*)eau Mjgmtcralty dry*,vJ MI At \tftont: JM&lum t Complete calls quickly. This "al

7 I ,.. Prime[UubcJi r>ruhlj wiwijhl M. smc lug W lows" for fmTt better for ue,
assures service
; eAcoustic Ceilings you TO
: Hardwood Flooring | Summer Catalog \ t::tout.rilL *f each Wty.MdnrrJ p ft'f' '".fcrl ill hr"1 .r ht point and your party line neighbors. KEEP

GIFTS I -Formisa for Sinks. I I the beauty cf.don"..lilt,,MPun*sbeMi II f ib Surftir Ten w i ill .,Tt. I CqLLS

We Offer A Vice Selection Counters. Tables : There Is No Finer Solid Silver Than National Sterling I ::
Floor Sanding and I -J-- ;

GIFTS For All Refinishings SEARS THE .
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Modern floors & Tile, BEACHCOMBERi \! to 3e sure phone is placed
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each
SOUVENIRSCOME ,: TODAY :i '" p1y ,"(
and SEE J. L. GATES 1 C.,.9.\f\\\) call. Remember, one phone off

Flooring Contractor Phone Phone 4< 1s s i JEWELERS-IMPORTERS the hook ties up an entire line( .
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