The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00116
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00116
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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: PoineianaJOSEPHUS gt WASHINGTON Jan. 10.,- i

I President 'Truman today invited
correspondents the White
---:- I KEY:> WEST HOUSING House to see the budget messagehe
I will submit to on 1
s congress .

Other than that the amount Is ,
?t.a EFFORT TO GET $8- :. t cX $40 billion. the correspondentswere *OBSERVANCE WILL BEHELD
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bound to-secrecy not to dis: !
000 FOR PROJECT British Place'Ring BY USWV AMI
: close the provisions of the.bud- I
George "Mills;White, executive get until the expiration of 48 r
'of' Housing hours. -
director the Key West "
of Steel' In
announced .today M f I The President explained, thai I
Authority I his object in having them look PLOT

he .is making' an effort to get 1; {I over copies of the budget was' to No. Palestine Fiftieth anniversary of the
authority to spend familiarize them' With its contents -
: pproximate:1:1 so that they will be able 'sinking of the USS Maine in 11-r
fr' ly $3,000 fixing R7 T1I. A.urlalyd Pre./ '
f. Harbor
I < ay ) Ito handle! it intelligently when vana by the' S anJttOJion
Poinciana to be rented' to U: S.1,; : it is released for publication. v.o. t S JERUSALEM Jan. 10.-The February 15.'1891. will be observed

i + R Navy personnel.: |r I i I ,.British command announced to- here next month. by the
White said that 33 units of day.hilt it had put "8 ring of United Spanish War VetMM
Robert Garner i steel along the border of north-
and the American it
Acwn. wets
L : West .Poinciana bad been term- .1 [ern Palestine to keep out Arabs learned today.Observation, >.
inated .abo t 'a year Vrid half from Syria who are attempting
I of the day ill
Qn Mineswcepei\ Ito join Palestine Arabs to fight
1 ; :
'aflcf "Navy announced
ago. ::.tKe. years ago will take pW at the
Jews in the Land.
against Holy
a ry, that; ''it\wuuld.not need them. I' I t.*,."','..',... cm.... Action was taken by authori- USS'Maine Plet at City c. ..etary. -

I Now the Navy has: requested 111. Jan. 10.Robert. I where the remains of .*mm
GREAT LAKES' -- RESCUE:: BOATS approach a Coast Guard cutter (left) with 13 ties because of a report" that 300 t
\ "it CAP W'irephotu. ) V. Garner, first Arabs their of the sailors who died in Havana
units seaman Syrian had joined
the :,usc of the- because persons removed front i icy Alaska peninsula nearly a week after
buried, and which .KM
class, USN. of Ml Margaret.street I comrades in Palestine. Another are
states in letters.sentWhite'that TESTIFYING before the Senate 10 of them were marooned'ashore by the Wrecking of the c an-
West, is serving report stated that thousands of been beautified by men werktfig
I Key '
I If aj j number of Na'vy'chips'. have I' Foreign Relations Commit aboard the destroyer minesweeper inert".boat Spencer.: ,Three; nary men'were stranded with the I I Arabs are mobilized along the for the Submarine Be ....>.

f s come in port'.to make an.extended tee.in.Washington on the Euro USS'* Hobson, operatingin I others last Saturday,night in a rescue. accident.! The scene is I banks ol the Jordan, waiting fora : '!: Charles Lunn trustee of MM

, stay: and it needs the pean aid program. Secretary of the Atlantic area. .'near" Kodiak. -Some-of the snrvivors 'are suffering from frost- chance, to get into Palestine." ; I I'Gen. ,!' eight surviving members of the
(AP 'Photo. ) ,bite. tAP< Wirephoto from U.s. Coast Guard.
) United War Veteran.
State George C. Marshall tells I I i; Spanish
i ii space, to .house, the officers and .
.1.1Atl ... _. ._ t I> living in Key West, said that the
i .JOSEPHUS DANIEL (above) enlisted personnel who-are mar- the senators. : "Either undertake Delaney To I -- ------0.-: -- -- i
Bliss VisitsSmith i(50th anniversary would also be
1 -)'.; -01d publisher of. the j ried. to meet the requirements of (
observed;: in October on the oee -
Raleigh (NXX)! News ,and Observed i "I have written the Atlanta the at problem alL"Pay or.don't' undertakeit l Meeting In Several .Awards. Souvenir sion of the encampment of the

and'only surviving : office of the.Public Housing Administration At Hospital National Spanish War Veters.

,'member of President Woodrow i iW requesting authority St. Augustine I fat Havana.i .

on's..original cabinet,- is,-ni. i I to spend about $$,000 fixing Scavengers Jap Rifles Given Today Maj. Gen. R. W. Bliss, USA, I I I i Lunn who has been named
the 28. units in part, install Jack Delaney left I last nightfor
at his,home with a severe attack I up I surgeon general of the U. S. an aide to the Rational Commander ;.;.
I I plumbing and 'repair the roofsof St Augustine 'to attend a of the or nWitien. with ,
ofv bronchitis. He was I Army is visiting Captain O. E.
: ( some'of tlrenu"Recently : Annually Florida state executive Jr. CAPT. ADEIJ MAKES'.
make the trip to lIav.na.c
I USN medical officer in
Smith ,
secretary: of the navy under i l
I )
the U. S. Wavy took Chamber of Commerce committee with Commander' U aMI
'\ 'Wilson, and later. waS ambassador ; :'some Odd units of the held PRESENTATION: FOLLOWING charge of the Naval Hospital can
over -200 And Save 10 P.C. meeting to be today : Recruiting here for a few days. other surviving members of the
to Mexico under President I Poinc an '. Housing Project for I I and tomorrow in the north Flo- group: now here.
INSPECTION General Bliss paid his respect
.Franklin D.,RooseveltAmbassador 1 its personnel.; There are about Robert Dopp, director of the rida resort city. Officers I to Capt. Cecil C. AdelU USN, The USWV has turned over
42.civilian families, who are not,;City Department Public Service Delaney left by bus to West II AT SUB BASE Coming commanding officer of the Key the observance of Maine Dy. to f
connected 'with the Navy who Palm Beach where he was to I :
: ; said today that he was West Naval Base this morning. Arthur Sawyer Post 28 of the
would be forced to vacate their\I making an effort to have the meet an executive committee Navy Unit Commendations, To.' Key West "General Bliss is merely visiting : Americas Legion. is reported

premises. No.notice has yet been bills paid annually or semiannually member: from that city and together good conduct medals and souvenir I me", said Capt Smith. "We that Legionnaires now have
... sent the civilians. to leave. their'homes. for the servicethe they were to.motor from i i i Japanese rifles were presented committees working out plim
scavenger old friends. He is not
.o'ug"'I1S.7f. :J.Gives- .. -_.. ; .. city provides householders. .nere to St. .Augustine.! i 1 1I i today to the Then att hed-.to th'e The U. S. Army and U. S. Air are tient, definitely not" a pa- for the celebration of February
I .
Force -
'i f '-'"We are offering discounts .Submarine Base by";C pt:: Cecil Recruiting Service announced 1$.
up c.:Adell,.USN, eomui lcting'offi- 'today that First Sgt .
i, aidjTeslimony' j Pablo Borges -- to 10 ,per' .cent, a year to those j cer: of the'Key :West Naval Base.! &,Dallas' and'.Sergeant James: Felix Vufela : 1 '
orS .
j who pay their bills annually Temperatures ..Ca t. Carl Johnson.' USN,_- s- 1':Rozar of the Miami; Recruiting .

S. Jcn, A.Mlal" Trraa/ ] Dies In Miami per' centttoAythosl; ; who ,pay I f v, ,7r3Q 1lld....IE.ST. __ ,3 .nWtivcofficer: / t4-the'su}marlDe ; station 'wil4bej''iri' j .lhe''pos') ];'(}silllc-l; llgfl- 'U elan..T.oDddg e ." .
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.M- AS IIIUnited' rti'i: : A.: :}....1 '_ ;Z "' them strmi-U\nuaHY"-'said Dopp. .. Base, turned, over to Opt. Wil- office building in Key West during .
'\ 'J I ,;- "We are' notifying all who use A. Saunders USN.- Officers
State \ mbassador Lewis.Douglas lard commandfng ent.ire'week. Names
the beginningJanuary
'StatiOD'l 1 Property
:'Pablo Borgcs, 78,- died Thurs our service by mail today." Bight
to Grtat'Britaiwtes7Uied'odaybcfp ? : day1 night in Jackson Memorial! Atlanta'_. .1. .. 36 I officer of the. Submarine 12 from 8 a. m. to a r'
>; : \the, alEmnuuee'1 .: _.. ,, Base who introduced. Capt. Recently elected offir-Ts. l...
short ill- 23 m.
Hospital, Miami after a killings p.
It is 'COWldcrm ra 'TendcrsSou2ht ...... _. i iAdcllj .' I Dr. Felix Varcla Lodge. Free a/id Louis M.&nK and A. k.
in 35 will information
ness. The body arrived Key t t Birmingham They give
\ [ -- --- Wolkoff pbicii.to
MarshallPlaoC t t\ [ A generak-Jqsaett: l n. of the Accepted Masons, were j iritUJed() dredge ai Ilr g'
..._:,. L 27 i >
West this morning. O- ; j j pertaining to Army and Ail '
cr' Submarine'r Masonic :arra their
| thought that :.this : : =C &Scr-operating force Thursday night in the ular-shapcd avroM
I Funeral services will be held :.1 ..25.' Force recruiting and the bene- ,
;'cOuntry: should give ,or' loan the Monday afternoon at 5:45 p. m., On School Bonds Buffalo ________ ._.. 11 prcceeded. ttfef'presentations blawards. fits to be derived by enlisting in'I Temple 919 Elizabeth street; :properties in Garrison Bigt MW|
t These awards were'pre officers :fronting in North Beach avetmefor
coo'p.tties :
; to the 16 European
neney Charleston _. : ____._ _.__. 51
the direction of Lopez these services
will be aided. Dou'glas.rtplied under seated by Capt Adele: immediately. W.M. Dr. Delio Cob": S.W.. a distance of 156 feet.
Monroe County's Board ol Chicago ._. _________ : 21
Funeral Home in St. Mary'sStar I '- (a-CMoMM Hauzingcr NaVy Fernandez: J.W., Dr.: They plan to dredge .to a diplfr
that it should be loaned j Benjamin
t Public Instruction has called for Corpus Christi. J _._.... _. 62't 1
of the Sea Catholic Church. ? Unit Commendation : Jose C. Sanchez treasurer, Gabriel |of six feet The dredged mMe-
where the governments ;
: cases I tenders for holders of outstanding Denver ___ : : .__ ____ 26
;wcre able to pay 'and. given to Rev. J. H. Johnson, S. J, will Detroit 13 I CMoMM G illim-Good 'Con-'Brush Fire At Gutierrez; secretary F'Ji- i rial would be deposited ta It*

those countries thaj are not in,aposition I officiate. bonds now totaling $149,000 El Paso-._._ ___. .: 39: duct Medal and Bar. I ciano Castro; chaplain, Rev. Guillermo -; bight in front of the prepcvtMK.
: I be in'the family to offer their bonds for sale to CSM Bradley -Good: Con. marshal, Jose Fernandez Plans for the work iftay be wen
to return the money. f Burial will Ft Worth __, _..___ 59 I l' Perez;
i. Douglas was asked by SenatortVandcnberg !' plot in the Catholic cemetery. the board, Willard M. Albury, Galveston ____ .__. 61 duct Medal and Bar;; 'Duval-and Eaton : S.D.. Antonio M. 1If'reA. j I tat the office of the VS. dMtnrt

'if Douglas thought S Survivors: One sister, Mrs. superintendent of public instruction Jacksonville ._.___._. 48 CSM Ogan--Good 'Conduct I Jr.; J.DJulio Cabanas, Jr.: SJ;_:|engineer. Jacksonville.
That the United States will get.Matilda Sanchez of Key West.iLeacb announced today. Kansas City ___. 27 I Medal and Bar. Firemen were called to Duval I Emilio F. Corral: J.5. Eloy B.ViJlatc .i l Anyone may protest the | +any return from the proposed If the bondholders themselvesdo -.m.__. BMI Shafer-Good Conduct and Eaton strcts at 9:45: : p. m. and tyler, Gilberto Mu-, to the district engineer.
i KEY WEST _..__.___ ... 67 I ___________
;$6 billion 800 million that will ba not offer their holdings for Key West Airport __ _... 66' Medal.' last night to put out a fire which noz.Officers i
.provided for the first year of the 1 Services sale the board will issue'a call Los Angeles __._.._ .... ..... __ 5t SCI Srfugcl-Good Conduct had started in some brush on I were installed by Dis-I Sheriff

.operation' of the Marshall Plan. and take up bonds totaling approximately Louisville ..__.____m no_ "_ .-_. 32 Medal. .1 property owned by the Warren- trict D Duty Grand Master Chiw. Sawyer
.and he replied that -lipssibly $2 t $35,000 Albury Miami __ .__ 60 RM2 Ellis-Good Conduct I Goldsmith family. The brush had E. Smith. with Frank O. Wc>ch i
For -- --
billion 200 million will -be rc- Set Monday said. Minneapolis ._ ...__.. _. ._ 8 Medal and Bar. I been gathered in an old cistern acting as master of ceremonies. j i Off To Mcelingi

\ I In 1946 the board called bonds s Memphis ...____.._.___ ._ :32 I(b) Souvenir Japanese rifles wereawarded and was set afire in some un-

f I Funeral services for Flavel totaling $75,000 and in 1947 it New Orleans _____ _._._.__ .. 5D! to the for following wartimeservice known manner. It caused considerable i Berlin A. Sawyer wtM
amounting to $40000. ,- ._____. ___ .... :30 I named men .
turned..RAUL'S Leach 65, who died Wednesday, called bonds New York -- in submarines smoke. but did no I14"ave. ( for Daytona Beads Mel.( .
will be held Monday at 4 p. m. The total refunding .issue Norfolk .._. ___.____ :\\1 CMoMM Smith damage. PALACE THEATER day to attend the aftf Ml. mn-
1s ______ ... 37 i
Until: Oklahoma
chapel of the Pritchard was for 5225,000:: in 1937. City
in the: Rov. G. Leon I 1946 the old boards had merelypaid Omaha __._______._._. :30:) CMoMM Manson.CMoMM Ginger Pogcrs Burgess Meredith vention of the Fieri-
Funeral Home. McLean. association he announced
Pensacola .____ __ __ 50!' "Ma-nificcnl Doll"News
the interest nothing or I ROAD
CLUB First McthodsstChurch CTM Stromquistc SERVICEPHONE He to return
Wells pastor. today. expects
Roanoke _._ ____ 36 and FeaturesANNOUNCEMENT
I will officiate.WOOD i principal, Albury said. St Louis ._ ____'__"___ _..'-... 30( ( ) The following named men for Our WRECKER to Key West in about a week

Now OpenOn 1-. I San Francisco ._mm ._ 4< represented their respective DAY Phone 501
1I 1-- San Antonio '. __.___.._.._. 56 departments to receive token)I _NIGHT Phone 1053W

the Boulevard. by the Se'a t j GRADE AA WESTERNSTEAKS Seattle .. .___._._._._._ 41 presentations of the American Medal- SANDY'S GARAGENext ; GREAT
LATH Defense Service :i
I' Tallahassee _.___ ._ St< DR. E. GONZALEZ
The Best of Drinks at Raurs Old for the men in thcir'departmerits 2
to La Concha Hotel
Prices. SOc and 60c Tax'/ncf..I,i -aiJSTRUNK Tampa 4?' : Office ;
Washington 3f -4M "'1",1. *T. -- Re-Opens 1 SHOWSTONIGHT
Open II A.M. to 2 A.M. Daily LUMBER I YARD / CRM Bradshaw 1

L PJONE.3187 or 1135-J 't J TELEPHONE 816 'CTM Askin Thursday Jan. 15. 1948. at
World's Finest- 1i
CMoMM Birdwell .

............ ............... .. ( Charcoal Broiled DANCEAmerican CSAOA Allen 300 SIMONTON ST. i
r. CSKD Bowls 13 )l1I/ N'r.l wf Kf J 11..t

t to' Our r Friends and Customers: ;ii 1 WEAVER'SSTOCK. Legion Home CCS CPhM Smith Whitaker 'ull-lollne; o. ne.tr SUNDAY.IDlNNER I Opposite PHONE Postoffice 301 al

Served OFFICE 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Our business-' has increased to such an extent in the put 4 4::1 : ISLANDCompletelY' STOCK ISLAND BM1 BMI Compton.Kresinski [ 1-3 o'Clock S8C I HOURS 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. CLUBs WIGS4uiiuiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniminiimiimmumununumiinii
few weeks that we find it impossible to turn out or give you .
Air-Conditioned E. Gonzalez. M.D.
t the same high quality. workmanship which we have given you < EverySalurthty Celery. Pickles and. Olives I
1in the past 4t ../Yrr..1 t.Mracr la 1. Chicken Rice Soup or ;- -- t-_'--==-;::;; C--
'I II--;;
t We" Are; Faced With This Problem! / NightMusic TWINS CARAGFt3 Shrimp-Cocktail ; !

by the ...
/ 1.USE : t Dnval 'ilre P" 1Auln lot' Pear Cottage Clicese Salad or
t To continue doing the same amount ef cleaning that bus THREE SHARPS Repairs Painting I Lettuce Hearts French Dressin,I.- DANCE -
been coming La and getting it out regardless of quality we are 1 I 9:00 Till 1:00
slightly advancing. 'our prices in order to 'reduce the volume / (;.>.l. APart. '.r Ml (l'ar In the BeautifulRainbow
and thus be able TO SUSTAIN THE QUALITY OF OUR Roast Chicken and Dressing
/ sw--- Visit the m-m mm I with Cranberry SauceI I
WORK. ., ./ We feel certain the great majority of our Friends and /I For Sale g I Lobster a la Newburg. Cooked RoomLaConcha .
OCEAN VIEW K with Sherry or Madeira Wine
! Customers desire FINE QUALITY WORKMANSHIP and.:: NOW I
'. Roast Beef with Brown Gravy
t therefore arc willing to pay the slight advance in price so : With Its Display of 22 Differen t Hotel

.4 as to obtain THE BEST WE CAN GIVETHEM., i -.- Species of Mounted Game Fist' ,DUKE'S Choice of Two

,/ 'Please ask._ourjttrl-er. : orUse, clerk in ourstore"fee prices. '" We Specialize in Seafoods of Mashed Potatoes, Candied Yarns.. To the Music of
/ Klily will he accepted>> All Kinds at Reasonable Prices t Buttered Peas Harvard Beets
.J New Prices EJfective.Mondayi January 12, 1948 : Also Steaks and Chicken Dinner HOTEL ROOMS i| CONJUNTO TROPICANOUnder }

/ by the City Clerk, Cily; and Regular Dinners at j I Home-made Hot Rolls
MORALES) / Popular Prices Weir, Modern IIorne-Like the Direction of E. Heariquei
I Hall until 8:00 P. M. .
/ Choice
With i
Come and Give Us A Trial Will Rooms, Each FRIDAY and
Key Lime Pie. Jello and Cookie 5
\ .
20th 1948 for Our New Setup-Best in Town-'
January ,
Private Bath
Cleaners : Ice Cream with Cake Apple Pi S

.I /f: the :ale of Route at 1023 Open 7A.M.to10P.M.Daily and Sundayat 300 FRONT STREET I 1I Coffee _Tea Milk 9:00 1:00 o'clock

t _'. Phone 271 or 1006-W / Watson Street.. QUICK SERVICE PHONE 9131 i
'''_.:..-, .La Concha Hotel Building. Key West. Fla. 520 United Si. Phone 9271 Next to Duke's Bar-B.Q Double Rooms from $25 Week!:; ADMISSION. FREEI _
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I .l : "- WORTH A'STREAMER ........ ....-.............Itlt 111II.6Ra.po "' """ r ] Your Horoscope tI i

1i' !J m 1 <<-ttiPii 'fu- J HOMES FOR AMERICANS 1 JANUARY
i ; Programs Key West I sATURDAY M;
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r ; <;PabU.b DW31i,3ppk4A: tlfd&ll.'IF. ,.t". t".,; ;'i L';
a fixfcyof;
L P. ART>1ANi'OW-_' tat .i ltrlef : Key Westers generally'Vill agree Agfa t i lWJ-Tod ciTes ptMI
.. r GORMAN D. AHTXAN. BMUMM Mataaee;. ........... ..:. .. I and skill of pertecraanei
.... From that the story in The Citizen pn Thursday ....at Gone 1 pose with
-v Corner; | U_ i Days By ; which, combined a power
"".. Only Dally : and about the regrading of 13 streets in Key NETWORK PROGRAMS. I I adaptation should make yen.3
streamer headline. The Time"eattcm ttndiro. Fere*. leader. If the strain of *r"and
_Moaro County West was worth a trel standard subtract .n.hDIa,. for AS TAKEN FROM FILES
".T fctered at Key,West. Florid,.as second class matter surfaces of the streets will' be treated toa lieu.MMUIIUI... acme Standard local teflon subtract*.tw. OF THE CITIZEN OF -a. : vanity is allowed to gratst
c no
tar which have.f "Uy te fit local Khcduta*. JAN.10.V 1338 |i i1JJIIIIIIIDI1D ;; you may not be greaUy, Ioftdi
? MEifBKn OP -ma ASSOCIATED PRESS mixture of sand and liquid : tin mlnuU program Plag.a, .*... 1DIIIi '"m"mtI, but. with reasonable control,
'The Associated Press U exclusively; entitled to and will Inctwe'td. t- I
.. ;.e for reproduction of all news'dispatches credited will provide a smooth surface WPA began classes today for there i ia great promise of sue..
and -
credited In this paper. -
to leo It the or local not otherwise news published here._ have a fairly long lasting quality. SATUIDAT. JANUAR .'0 any persons who 'wish to study;' cess.: ...'

.VBSCRII"TION RATES Some years ago the chief complaint.of Evening governmental affairs with the SUNDAY, JANUARY 11. Iff*
itoe Tear _-fio 1.80 tt Key Westerswas about the poor gar- 1-00-Summary of Newsbubo'Newscast idea of applying for citizenship. _Today favors the devdopfneei
J eta Monthsthree .. X.T5CM is far Every. Day-cbs r I! of a guide or teacher, not neee*.
14 Month. .--- 1.01I bage service, bat the service now Network Mu ic Time-a be-
= the Monttt .. Dance Hall Hour-mbsIS Girl Scouts of Troop 1, of sarily in a school but on* who
I Aeekly .... superior to what it ,used to be. Collectionshave ': -Word Religion from and News-nbo which Mrs. Eva B. Warner is 1!I will lead weaker' minds along
Country cl
i :-: ? .&D..RTIJI; U.JI.A..E5" ,-;. been doubled and the service is n"iwreliable. ':SO-XBC Symphony-nbo *' scoutmistress'decided last night 'the road to knowledge There is
)If4,.ICf9wn.one ARyifci.I} \In. ,. Saturday j jo i .'
C < V There is further ground for Sports Review. -cba t go on a camping trip shortly : a mercurial disposition and a de
no '
..... ..,..... .. Harry Wtamer Sport.--abc
I .o.-I It favors
SPllClA.L'! a dual
Here Dance.Musio to Pine licate conception.
and garbage not ; -nt>3 : Big Key. :
ks.rtsolnttons 'about I I
L : 9f t c complaints ; Ij
AUrea4lnc 4:45-Newa- and Commentary cbs'Jack much
not1.ce"Jear le Wll ,tN; occupation, depending et f
..: ;h.err: at.tbe entertaihheha'} ; ( ii :,r ,a Ihkarehea Itnej from>r being taken up for three weeks, or six Dance BeaU 3Iu Ie Comment Band-mbs-a be Only three sunless days have j t i the trend given the mind .fat .

... Whle") oticea a revenue for : I. to b deriYe4 a.r4..cta a.Jlre.' weeks, as some residents often said. It is 7:00-Modern Hawk Music Larabee J.lUlleum-abe Drama-cb occurred in Key West since 1936 B. R. 'early days. In any case you will
.;" The| of Citiiea la an open totum and of Invite local'Ilia.i oreral ken up twice a week if residents do their Hawaii Calls ilusiclan -mbt when The Citizen offered to give I II'X IO' dig deep. ,
..i fat rreust f VUe rWlttn n'ottphbilsh: : anonymousIMPROVEMENTS 1 JO-Curtain Time Drama-nbo $5 to the local Public Library on ,
pen* in containers '
the garbage
part by putting out Abe Burrow Song-cbs I ftrtm
:;- m.nIeaUoDL I..a f'I Challenge of Yukon-abc every day sunshine failed to .. I More than 100,060 new

-:; .. :... ', t to;', on the days collection are made. l:45-To Jsewa Be Broadcast Announced-cbs-mbs make its appearance in Key I 'Kr cases of human tuberculosis are
I While they are better reported in the United SUtfl
. 1 .FOB JaY: wEn But the streets Twin News Comment-mbs West.A D.R. *

; ADVOCATED:*,$l; !:THE .CITIZEN I now, due to extensive patchwork, than .:00 To-The Be Life Announced of Rlley-cbs-nbc 12'XII' 1 every year. .;
1- Rocs Dolan. Detective abe motion picture show will be
I they were a year ago still there is much Twenty Questions Quiz--mbs.JO !. Mortality from tUbe-ml"

!V ::- 'L More Hotels and Apartments.Z. room for improvement, particularly on l. -Truth or to Conxe hill
I : %. Beach and Bathing Pavilion those streets that Director, Robert Dopp t :'Wlt.Ju Club Trials-mba:abc of the Monroe County Commu- than half of the general popula:
Land and Sea. tion.
3. Airports-
has listed for repairs. :55-Fire Minute Newt-cbs nity Clinic.
: : '' and
g4. Consolidation of County Thatis ':00-Saturday Hit Para4nbo -
** Progress follows good streets. Joan Davis Comedy-cbs M
*' City Tonight the 142 members of .
Gang Drama-abo
.' 4g'Community:: Auditorium. not only true in the case of the Florida Stop Me. Gig Sbow-mbs the Key West Fire Departmentwill J

I I Keys, for instance ,where the county commission -, '.30-Vaughn Judy Canova Monroe Show Show--nbc cba hold an election to name I 'L.,R '

j .." has arranged to have some later Name Murder of and Song M Quiz lone: --mbs abc the chief and other officers of B.R 19'XI3'6u' ..
the department. of the
t al roads constructed, but is also true of a 0.00-Kay Kyser College-nbc Only two '
:MONOGRAPH\ Saturday Serenade-cbs officers have opposition. Clar- i u' X I
}>rof. Quiz In Quiz-aba *
.f Chicago Theater-mbs V ence Thompson is opposing "
: Dear Readers: city.Up on the keys, developments wilt'fol- 10.30-The Grand Ole OprynboTo Chief Harry Baker and Joe Va- O'c. Pairs

;a- .It, !was Thomas Jefferson who: saidthat' : f 1 ow new road construction, as the roads, Hayloft Be Announced-cba'Hoedown-abc lenzuela is running against 1st Over 25,000
,-' manfe';Hsdn'; nlukiie i his 10:45-Dance Band Spot-cbs. V Assistant Chief Leroy Torres. I
.) I will provide propertyowners' access II.-00-News & Variety 2 'li nbo v. of

t T oracle. .. ,.' .. .to their land. Here in Key West good News News.and Variety Dance Dance Hour-abc.-cb" Mrs. Frances Ashe formerlyof Eyes ,
THTETORACLE.SOCIAUSM both resi- Dance ft M. flowneynibs11:30Korn's Key West arrived here T' .
l' 'streets will be appreciated by Iirackin'mbs1100Dancing yes- Prescribed for In the
,. a terday on her to Havana,
t 5R-23 *
Continued abc-wcst :;
dents and tourists. L I .
if Dance & News Hr.-mbs where her father Dr. Jerry I : Past 17 Yean
Yes the news about street improve- i
& Warren,. is seriously ilL -
t -
I vs. ments in Key West was worth a streamer
: headline.We NETWORK PROGRAMS Mrs. Charles Arnovitz, accom- AP Novrslectures
I 'i 'From Michigan comes wprd ,that, the tral Time standard Is eastern subtract standard.one hour Forcen.fO, panied by her nephew, Herman AN ENGLISH HERITAGE in the American Scene is reflected
: mountain standard subtract twehours. ioltsberg, left yesterday for Mi- in this plan S R-23 by Elmer" Gylleck architect. 120Vi S. Grove
,I ::: presidents of five 'UA:WC: Q local unions take little stock in; the idea that hour .of Some relay local to fit stations local a lledule.change. ami to visit relatives and j Are. Elgin. IlL Low sweeping roof lines and interesting chim- Ray Ban Sun Glasses

have unanimously agreed to ask Lid minute program changes can friends. design add to an appearance of hospitality. The house is
:..; in Flint peace depends upon the United, States not be. Included. ney -
\ of brick reneer. The trim should be of light brown with a Lomb Optical Ca.
hour in- Bausch It
:; General Motors for a 25 cent an giving in to the Russians. V
JANUARY 11 Ray Atwell left this morningfor variegated brown wood or asphalt shingle roof. With a full and Americas Optical Go*
crease PLUS a cost of living bonus./These, Conch Key to resume workon basement the house contains 20.000 cubic feet. The main portion Products Used. Exclusively

-. according to union spokesmen, are they Trade at home is a good motto for 1OO-Amertca.Afternoon United. Fortfnv-Vbc the bridges under construe. I of the house measures 27x32 with an added wing at the

"grass root" recommendations of the Flint all of us and the best inducement is good People's Sam Pettinrill Platform..Talk Forum--cbs-abc tion near that key. i: rear and at its front entrance. Dr. J. A. ValdesOPTO3IETIUST

Reuther. Wm. Sbirer Comment-mbw ..-- -.-
merchandise at competitive prices.
f locals to their President, 1.19-News Commentary_be' Today The Citizen says in an I
J. = V There is nothing new or unusual in Singing Canaries-mb,-tec-lei editorial paragraph: A poisonous snake normally Office Hours: Sand S-S ....
1 t 't these demands. More'money has always WHEN GOOD FELLOWS GET 1.30-Doorway Chicago to Koundtable Life-cbs-nbo, 'The best time to do good is !i loses and replaces its fangs at Your Grocer SELLS That Good!l Evenings by Appointment
... fammy' Kaye Serenade-abo between January 1 and Decem- 'regular intervals usually from
been a traditional labor- union objective.M t To Be Announced-mbs ber 31." 1 i three to six weeks. STAR BRAND ADDRESS:
issu'can should be resolved 2-00-Robert Merrill Concert-nbc 613 Office. mDu..al
The wage and CBS Is TherecbsMr. AMERICAN
by reasonable,:,7penat$ the bargaining There's still a lot of good' in the Stephen. President Graham Drama Drama-mbs-abc There are now vigorous Com- The principal magnetic poles 11 I d CUBAN COFFEE I Retldeac 2SS

table ;without strikes, and without' -loss? I II rVbrld. We're speaknig of the Benevolentand 2.30: -News James Commentary Helton Concert,icb?.-nbo muhist groups in all' the universities of the earth are about 1.200Try A Pound Today-. SUM

I: of production. 1 & Protective Order of plks and the Boy News The Sunday Veterans Vespers Panel-aec-mbsX in _Germany.- miles from .the- "geographic.-.-poles.. __ -- ..

'Unfortunately: Jiowever, the'' UAW-: Scouts of America. When these two great :4S To Be Announced>s .

Ji CI ):"Residents'WalJe-r} 1: 1.Reuthdr,. has, note' public spirited organizations, 'neither of 1:00-New Uoslc York Parade Philharmonic Comment-nbo-cba

J' in the'tM&t confined Jiimself to .{he1 'wage -which has any commerical, political or Lassie.Theater Dog of Song-mbs Drama-..-bc haslo$15Jobnnr'Tbombsonab6 Statement Condition
k4 "' of
"issue a id'to; : the-the-bargaihing tab'fe &e:,and religious angles' ,.get:.together_ = for:the bene- 3:30-One Han's J'amlly-ntlc. *'': '

:I 'his i brotfrtsv Victor! e their eyes on bigger fit of American youth splendid things are Tb.Week Juvenile Around,Jury World--mbs abo "C'
II .{ or game-a planned* economy, voice going to happen. Here what" "has taken 4-00-Oulz Kids. Joe Kelly-nlxj., I' FLORIDA NATIONAL BANV
'" Warnow's Soundoft-abc I
: in management-a third political party, place: House of J.b.tel'-mbs THE

'. -etc. To the Reuthers, who-. areV.admitted Lafayette A. Lewis national head of 4.30 To-Muslcana Be Announcedbs of Chtcapo-nbc AT KEY WEST
.' R ';Socialists these are far more important the Elks, and Dr. Elbert K. Fretwell, chief Opera Detective Auditions-abet Mysteries-mbs- J ', >.

I' :. than a simple wage increase and they Scout executive, have made a compact 6:00:, -Jeanette The Sunday Davis Theater SonK--cbs nbo '
-'i..:: :: cannot be won at the bargaining table. whereby the 1475 Elk lodges throughoutthe The Bill Lance Shadow Adventures-abC Drama-mbs '. : Condensed from Report to Comptroller: December 31, 19 VI

.: There.is every reason to believe, then, country, with 900,000 members, will 6:15-The Two Phils. Music-tbs :' .' \
6.30: -Phil Spltalny Girls-cba .
that the Reuther brothers, may repeat be urged to undertake financially and ac- Counter Spy Drama-aba ? ResourcesLoans
Quick: as a Flash-mbs
po their 1945 performance in which they tively the sponsorship and organization of Evening: I
kept their members on strike for four from one to three new Scout troops each, ':00-Catholic RAdio Service-ntie ... and Discounts .__ $ 832697.89 -

,,: months while fighting for ,their own ob- to add to the 600 troops already under Rise Drew Stevens Pearson Time-cbs Comment_bc Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 2t.891.88

::; jectives. They were denied a performance the Elks' patronage. This is a nation-wide : -Those News debaters.Summary Drama-abc -mbsIS Other Real Estate Owned 23,581.85 2,414.011 .

____ .
:; in 1947 when General Motors\ and the effort to discourage juvenile delinquencyand l.30-Hollywood rre.w-nbo: Prepaid Expenses _$ 22,037.83U.s.
Percy Faith Concert--cbs Accrued Interest and Income
.: UAW-CIO settled the wage issue before to build American citizenship. :Nick Greatest Carter.StOry Detective Ever Told-abe mbs Government Securities 4483591.55

: the Reuthers could swing into action. But There are now 68,000 Boy Scout 7.00-Jack: Benny Comedy-nbc Florida County and Municipal Bonds 256,999.75
The Gene Autnr bhow-clisCbild
:-. they may not be denied in 1948. They may troops. It isn't enough. Each year approx- 'm World 'orum-sbel Federal Reserve Bank Stock 12,000.00
Sherlock Holmes-mbs 3,001.00
: again dress the demands of'their imately 1,100,000 boys reach the of 7.30 t Other Securities VVVVV w- -
up wage age Blondie-Phil and-Dagwood Alice-nbc Comedy-cbs i 1. Cash on Hand and Due from Banks 1,668,856.48 6,446,486.61 '
: members) with poular slogans designed to 12. About 700,000 of them express the de- Exploring the Unknown-*U. v w i '.

i rA put eenral ::Motors 'over a barrel" to use sire to become Boy Scouts. At present Gabriel-Cdcar Heatter Bergen Show Charlie--mbsS00 nbe .., w i ', !:lit:u..:..:, ..,' <,.,:, ,. ,' ,: < & .. '' :.. $1,330.072.3.:1. "'to :. Cr4. .

wReuther's:: own words..And while the union only ;400,006 can be admitted. So the Detroit Sam spade Symphony Adventures Hour---:bs ale .

members cheer, the Reuther brothers will BPOE has come forward in an attempt to -The Fred Mediation Alien Comedy Board--nbo mbsJO Liabilities -

; use the wage demands as: an 'excuse to provide units for the 300,000 leftovers, The Movies Man Commentary Called X-cbs-mbs I

K promote their 'own ambitions. with World War II Elk veterans as troop :45-News Broadcast-mb* _$ 100000.00
8.55: -Five Minutes I- ews- bs Capital Stock
: This ,is the penaltf 9l f, liyfn; .to combine leaders. I:00MerryCohoundnbeMeet Surplus 300,000

Socialism with, Unlonism> a,.mixture Just another example, and an important Walter Corlisa Wine-hell Archer Time bkiJ-abc-cbs Undivided Profits _._' 63,56417: $ .463564.17

.--. which inevitably produces strike and one, of the Elks' unselfish work for Meet Me at Parkr'smbs1:15Hollywood Reserve for Contingencies 5453.19, ,
Comment abe
=- confusion. It is a penalty which ,the General their fello 'men. 9.30-Album of Familiar Music- -nbc Reserve for Taxes, Interest,. Etc. 28:000.41
Vic Young/ JluslccbsTheater Interest and Income Collected, Not Earned 5,085.85Deposits

: Motors employees and the public Jim Backus Guild Comedy-mbs Hour-abc ___On__ ____ VV-VV._" *- --- 6,827,968.69
: .must face so long as the Reuthers remain The selfish individual is almost as 10:00-Take It or Leave It-nbo'

.. in power. great a menace to community progress as Christopher Voices of Strings\\ells.-mbs Dr.ulUL-cus "' $7.330,07231DIRECTORS
i 10 JO-Horace Reldt Show-nbo '-.
a plague.
Strike It l.ich. Quiz-cbs
SHOULD Commentary on JIovlesbe )
WHY ALIENS VOTE? Latin-American berenade mbs .
ONE HUNDRED'PER CENT 10:45-Buddy Weed Trio-abo
11.-00 News & Variety S hrs,-nbc
=- We have not seen the question dis- News Variety. Dance 2 hrs.-cbs OFFICERS GEORGE A. CHATFIELD WILLARD W. INGALLS

cussed, but it seems to us that Congress Local elections in Russia late in December .eewe.News and Dance Dance Land Cand 2 hrs.n.be120'Dancint -rbc President.Coral Fla.Gables Nat. Bank at Ingalls Electric Co. Miami

:. should promptly, pass a law to prohibit found Prime Minister Joseph. Stalin Continued-abc-weat JERRY J. TREVOR, President JULIUS F. STONE JR.

: any alien from i articipatingina, :" national on the ballot in the Moscow Regional The historic Monroe Doctrine- ERNEST J. C. DOLL, Vice-President WM. R. WARREN, JR. Attorney

;' .election.V : **._ ; **- *"* J Soviet and the :Moscow City Soviet.Is 1823 was aimed at the' alarm Real Estate JAMES R. STOWERS

j Surprising as it. jay ;seernj to ,those anybody interested in the result of then France felt and by Russia the helping possibility.Spanin o f C. LARRY GARDNER, VIce-Pres. and CashierJ. J. R. Stowers Co.

who are citizens, ,of,th; United Mates, 'the the election? The official report says thatin reconquering the Spanish col J. PINDER, Assistant Cashier WM. Insurance A. FREEMAN NORBERG THOMPSON

{ laws of several;;: '\- ,t r.*. 'pjfrmlS" aKens, to all precincts where Stalin was on the onies in the New Yorld. Cashier Thompson Enterprises

I; vote. This mealS that natiooa") policiesare ballot one hundred per cent of the electorate KATHLEEN WATKINS, Assistant C. LARRY GARDNER JERRY J. TREVOR
I influenced VI & Cashier of the Bank President of the Bank
men ,addnot ofc J1'who'do I turned out and one hundred per Bathtubs Lavatories Toilet

even pretend tto bet .citize -;of the cent voted for Stalin.Incidentally .Kitchen Sinks Water Heater
United States., Soil Pipe and Fittings
: i. there were no opposi-
tion 'candidates on the ballots in the five Water.Plumbing Pipes and Supplies Fittings The FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at Key WestMember

; In spite of all the: mOney .and energy. republics. All that a voter could do was BY THE CARLOAD Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Florida National Group of Bank tOn

spent on education, there is a lot of i igno-. to vote for the Communist Partyapproved .
ranee! abroad in the Harry Markowitz Inc.
land. candidates or express opposition by ,

i scratching th.em. Very few voters!! did this. U.at S.LeJeune Highway Road No. 1 I the Strength of the Abore Statement. Your Friendly Community Bank Solicit Your Account

Miracles are wrought ,. The government's candidates
:-: dente courses; ,it must be so because thtadvertisements 99.36 per cent of the ballots cast in the PHONES 486821 40763

'- of the school say so. Moscow-city wide election. Miami 33. Florida

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responsible only for the, first tn..rtJon la ClJMntrt** Atf..rttal..{. red In
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__ I Breakfast cook. Apply Land *0 White outside house paint, whit? I ,

Sun Dairy. janlO-2i enamel, floor enamel $2.75 gal

lon up. Large electric heater,
Waitress. Ponce's Barbecue, 701 975. DoHeny t Co., 846 Olivia -

Simonton. janlO-3tx corner of Packer. Phone .
/ 1597. jan5-Gt

PfuniDlfig( jupplfes. complete ,
,,'1. Downstairs office at 611 Fleming -. stock. Plastic tile, paints and
.w 3 Street Apply Citizen Of-i brushes. Murray's Plumbing .

t x 4 < .1r f ice. jun5tf'Tourist 1532 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami' ,
t _sq' I i Fla. Phone 1- 421. janl-tf
accommodations in private -.
horn, 500 feet from ocean.'. Fredrick display and storage box, .

Brent's, 701 South. | adding machine meat slicer, .
H jan5.7.1012.14.176txAPARTMENTS cash register, overhead fan, I
I|I produce scales. Phone 1588-J.

FOR RENT I jan6-6tx -
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FLOOD WATER SPREADS over a-section ef Edgete. Or0, la the WUliainctte river valley where Modern spacious furnished apt' 1941 special de luxe Plymouth

1MO prisons have been eracuated front lowland 'home*. Fire persons' were drowned in the Twin beds, sofabed, near ocean. j}, sedan. Apply Gulf Supreme .
Vast add Idaho inundated Adults. SeasonaL 811 United, Service Station, corner Eaton ,
.uPPer-" T. low-lying areas in Oregon,.Washington' harejfceen wish I! .
St. Apt. 4. janS-Stx] and William Sts. jan8-3tx
damig dollar ;
amouatiag to millions cf ,.. :_
.... --, -- For Rent-Two-bedroom apartment 1940 DgSoto coupe: Excellent

Veda Thompson Is President ; WILL YOU SMILE? 15th. SeasonaL Apply 419 Available Division Jan.St,'! condition.sonable. Monroe Priced Motors very Inc1.rea- ,

I : : rear, downstairs. jan6-6tx i i jan6-tf

Of The Little! Theater Croup Missing. Newly -furnished two- bedroom 1937 pick-up truck $125. Can be

apartment including Frigidaire seen at Tony's Auto Shop, 603-
GROUP PLANS HEW MUSICAL: "I cooldnft "find this golf electric stove linens, hot water.j j 05 Greene St. jan7-6fx .
.course yesterday.! Available January 15th. Sea .
'SHOW, LATTER PART OF kMice Take "I'vealways hea."d'of the sonable rent. Apply 1508 Sem- 1947 Kaiser 2500 miles. Needs -
missing lints. inary Street jan66tx"urnished tie rod .ends. Paint job. Body
THIS .MONTH, ENTITLED and door handles rattle. $2150

""HERE'S TO RHYTHM-' {His Beard For Brief Items Of apartment hot water. cash. 2805 Staples Ave.
: Adults only, no pets. 1019 Margaret janlO-Stx -
The Little Theatre Group, '1 A ThatcTied Roof Interest To WomenReady Street. janlO-2t .

formerly of the U. S. 0., and .
L ,: t ':,.:' -.... \ HOUSES FOR RENT
now under the Arm}+-Navy t-c_ prepared !sandwich -

YMCA, met Tuesday evening: to spread makes a good seasoningand Spacious two bedrom home .

elect their officers for the newyear '; gives the proper consistency beautifully furnished. Largelot Pay Postman "
( to deviled eggs. Salt pepper and with tropical fruit trees all
and ib dlscusj plans for
and paprika may be added if North Beach. Contact owner.j F.O.H. Hatchery -
their next musical show. desired. 1319 Olivia St. Phone 1164-W. i! Chicks, Quality MA

Veda Thompson was elected rz. jan7-4tx:i f sorted, Tested, Rocks, .95
president; Vivian Garcia, .SI.'O'e-
One cup red jelly mixed with 1 Red Wyandottes, EngPnr' ,
tary and Lillian Weaver, treasurer FISHING LODGE: FOR RENT : !lish Leghorns. 0
one-fourth cup hot water makesan .

Marge, Sjurscn .was. put in .J 1S excellent glaze for a ham. New, beautiful fishing lodge,' sex.lection; breed and 100 -
Or brown sugar moistened withleftover I pecky'cypress finish inside.i: .
ehargeof designing>.and ward- -
...... sweet pickle juice BIDDLE'SRoXborough
"fte'TaS.aaatle; may completely furnished. Located I
'rot Moreno
.ptotst for the group, will,. acconvj handle -COPENHAGENv"._.Aneld. f be used. ., ... I. ..RO,.the.,ocean at..Cud joe Key/ 28. Dept. F. '
]' ma with a l all modest arrangements, Jim
White. Galinski Walter' stood talking, with a grocer Young children enjoy cutting West on U.S. No. 1. Has electric .\ janlOltxfeaby f : '.
in a village Votding' lights, hot and cold ...
: near grapefruit or .orange rind info run- \ .......
11111 li&httnland set.fn ?.' The ; berg. The gr eer.ne-ticed a decorative' shapes 'for garnishinga ning water, radio-phonograph. chicks, bloodtested.. iled,. .....-- .-. _.. .
biter lire- all, Navy personnel. j f movement! in the beard and swimming pool. bottled gas j' Rocks Leghorns, unsexed. $6.95 .
meat fish' platter. Or they
e grow' hla 'sstecttd forj then saw.a small mouse peep or stove and,* refrigerator Will :;i per 100. Jumbo Broiler Chicks i 1 f :
Ujeil' new pro< ud.tonHere', : ont-of:the mass of ,whisker enjoy filling orange halves, from also furnish; stnall goat': for $1.95 per 100. ShiP. C.OJ3. .. W..
To Rhythm"./ai musical show The old man, calmly took which the 'pulp and juice has fishing. AViHsleep seven. : London Poultry, Box' 1844, ':tF'
packed witt"; Action, beautiful t; the mouse out of his beard been? squeezed, with fluffy Phone 546, or 667-J.." 1 Trenton, N. J. janlO-lt. ttl.i";

tunes and lovely costumes. ;1 and gently placed it. on the mashed sweet potatoes. "- jan7-tf. : (
floor 'it could WANTED TO BUY 1tl
R u1', Club on Roosevelt Boule-1 so scamper
Yard has been chosen as the ]I away telling the grocer: Creamed flaked fish spoonedinto WANTED TO RENT I '.. k t:
Tre got accustomed to it. individual baking shells Single-burner kerosene heater. ;:
.Club for the presentation which .. .t. ,
will take place the latter part', Those little ones think it's a and sprinkled with cheese, be- Lt. Comdr., wile baby desire two J State price. Box X-43, Citizen _. '''JI: -;...
i thatched roof. fore going under the broiler is I or three bedroom furnished!j jI Office. jan8-3tx .' .
of this month. a
I r' a good dish: to serve for Sun- apartment or house. Perman-i r'J..
John Pritchard and his orchestra I .
j., Chives may be gr'dwn in a pot day night supper. Accompanythe ent duty. Key West 2 double building lots wanted.
will be' on hand to furnish indoors in winter and used for fish with a green salad anda I able rates. Phone Reason-t Must be a bargain for cash. ... .t

.the dance musicpj for tbe'evenIng. -' flavoring schambled eggs, cot- hearty dessert of hot apple pie i 361. 8 to 4. Write H.CJ5;: c/o Citizen. :-off
The show will be, presented j ,.L
tage cheese ,cream cheese,salads and cheese. i janlO-Ctx
'in cabaret form with'dancing'in: and other"dishes. Two-bedrom house or apartment. I :q..J.

.between the musical numbers. i I .Naval officer, one child. no Cabin cruiser, 30 to 40 ft Call :

Gerry Pinder, program direc- Changes may be rung onShepherd's Appetizers to serve with to- pets. Will post bond. Phone iI i 892-M. janlO-lt' t.:::.
mato joice as a fruit course may I 1519-R. : ,
tor of the YMCA and supervisor j janlO-Stx e-r
Pie if cornbread "
-I top- be concocted from deviled ham
of the group's activities, states ; MISCELLANEOUSNationally f- ....
ping is .used over the ground !
spread crackers and sprinkled j-
that talent is being recruited seasoned meat instead'of mashed j.
with sieved hardcookedegg
and anyone interested in Musteal organized company J:f
comedy and that has had potatoes. ; garnish with a*slice of pi- 1946 Mercury 4-door sedan, plastic will build modern type of ,:;'

training in voice and clanc.I mento-stuffed olive, a tiny seat covers radio, heat r. I home, fully approved in Key ,_t .
aome ink-like
Cockroaches emit, an pickled onion or a slice: of Gherkin 13-1 Poinciana Place. I West at 30% to 40'% less than :J: e
to attend the weekly rehearsaU .
.I ink, their mouths. -
< ;' 'the YMCA'each :liquid. IJrom ;i.. i' *' janlO-3tx: j conventional :rosU Example: 2- t -J .
at ; .. ::-r---- bedrom home. fully equipped :'
Tuesdayevening. 1 1'To' sis,Fund The Concer Drive/'the J-OB SALE Best buys in town. 1942 Dodge: !I for $3,975. Easy terms: $25 tes] ..

those who are visiting inj I Community Chest Drive Elk's with 1946 engine. $1250: 1940 t per month. We build homes on ; 'i.., Q,

our town and who are not ami- ], Cripple Children's Home Fund Store equipment-One refrigerator Chevrolet two-door. $975; 1940 f I the "production line" method, -_. V

liar with the functions and pur I Ipctees American Red Cross, the V. F.- display case, one R. C. Allen Oldsmobile, two-door. $925; ': and save you a great deal of :

of the Group the following -! W., The Lion's Club;:'The Amer. cash register and adding machine 1940 Mercury convertible club, money. Write C.C.. c/o Key ; _t

information u provided: j lean Legion, and the Key West one 14-ft vegetable bin, $900. 134-E Poinciana. I I West Citizen, Key West Fla.dec3112tx. ;: .

The Little Theatre Group was: High School Music Department., one computing scale (capacity janlO-ltx.! i ...- ii Ih:

organized by the U. S. 0.j| They have played to over 50.- 6 Ibs.), one hanging scale (capacity ;, -
(YMCA) in February of 1942.j 000 servicemen on the 7th Nayal 20 Ibs.), one meat slier 1933 Buick. $100. in good shape. }r Washers irons, vacuums and ; ..
six store gliders with Boy's and girl's: bicvcles. $20 fans repaired. OBriant Phone _
The purpose was to provide' District area, and a Command grocery ; !iii
.wholesome entertainment for; Performance for President Tru- baskets high-grade shelving in each. Apt B-3. Ft. Taylor. j t 1164-M. jan2-tf :

and of our of his visits in 8 ft units. All equipment new jan 1 0-3tx :
the men womoi man during one !:
weeks See Tom Reidat I Fred Ledford, expert painter and
two ago.
Armed Forces, Army and Nvy the Island City. They have had
Veteran's-;; Reid' Grocery or 1020 Geor- 1935 Ford. very good condition.} decorator. Apply at 728 Unit- .
hospitalized personnel :as their guest stars such names
gia St j jan5-6tx Apply 316 Southard. jan7-4tx{ ed. jan8-6tx :
benefits, and to coperate with f as Sally Rand, Nancy Carroll __ __ __________ j,. S
th. community clubs and organ-f Paul Barren. Ray Darling vo- Cocoanut plants for sale. 50c 1939 convertible Pontiac good ,::Dressmaking Iteration, play b:

izJtions in furnishing entertain- t calist from .Charlie Barnett's orchestra each. 1509 South St condition. Apply after 5 p.m.!I and beach) clothes. Large sizes -

rn;nt for various benefits and | ; Jack Lathrop( composer janlO-ltx; 2612 Harris Ave. janlO-3txl| a specialty. 1017 Margaret. ,:
funds. and arranger, formerly with the janl0-3tx -

ThU Group has performed at* Glen Miller orchestra and Hal Solar water heaters. Large heating Duro water pump. capacity 350': ...

- befits for. The Infantile Paraly- McIntyre.t units, 100-gaL heavy-duty I gals. per hour. Used washing i !:Ruptured Get a Dobbs truss. 'f-- .
... insulated tank. Can be had for machine. Apply 1314 Pine St.jan83tx.! Orders taken. Robert F. Curry :

small monthly payments. No 700 Pearl SL janlO-3tx .. .
..._ ...
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e 1 / money down. Guaranteed. Or- .

der now for immediate delivery.Lee .
!I Bros. Neon Co., 614 GreeneSt RIHTIHC i

Phone 4, Key West, Fla.sept6sattf.

p / Our prices cue consistent .,

1934 Ford V-8 coupe, excellent with our quality work on .

condition. Apply Island City e. all types of printing. Publications i I :
Schol of Art 2nd and Flagler.
jan9-2tx 1- stationery, office t :

forms invitations advertising .

House and lot at 1125 4'Packer. e others :
Enquire after 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.jan66tx I

Collapsible baby carriage and The Artman Press
mattress $15.00. 66-1 Poinci i

,.+. N wdwtunt el,,, ana, Phone 1564-R. jan7-4t Greene and Ana Streets g'*

Plumbing fixtures, soil and wa- Phone 51 ., ;:

ter pipes, connections etc. Ap- S
ply 1830 Fogarty between 5
1e- wtoeeciL4 msACrcRLtsAssocericwastwnu and 6. jan8-10-12-3tx\ ,,

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LABORBr ."' tbn. lde .......
\. 12 'I. -We're":all crazy. If we naonjSMS :normt. ::iio'w about Macr "
Chapter bliZZard auletly.
+ I the
been to start lunatic willIi"
The old if J,
"ODeo'dock.the I
; -. ( ) new term "bootleg contract" has AT* a, few minutes after. would han ,made US that way. wants to. I told you so Jut ai
: -r .' of people concerned with labor- electric bulbs.toj '! you while cut 1 do a ePt5e 1, Except for his head brt saw Q
Ali relations. the newspaper shop came alight : la Lake Superior chff. But
.. management -
Winked "Mkt= take orders from a .
as suddenly as they had rot to t'i a
It means a contract in which an employer and a union looked Hetwisted copy paper 1 Into* i if he blows off that temper iltJil
agree to something that is forbidden by law. out the night before.Brant typewriter and with the ease rite I once more rmgoing to cm .
As heard in Washington it usually means a contract for up thankfully feeling loot-- practice began :to In w the up and turn the case fta'1I

.. ((1)) a "closed shop" or, ((2)) .''union hasn't been be imagined. primitive man about.the'murdered-ccrpse Coroner Perrault* i:
.. a shop"which ap- the tag .' be shot
must have felt saluting snow.: .. "Funny how
., proved in the manner outlined in the Taft-Hartley Act. sun afterr-hours of darkness. Brant ventured.Listen. ;:j
Such a contract has a peculiar status in law. It isn't a -riley'took their time," Quar- AT 4 that afternoon;*the first ." The hyslelu

: ', crime. It isn't even "illegal" in one sense, since the mere sign field grumbled. 1 been aU morn. cooy of the Reporter:;came off forward and tapped Braafi kW
; ing of it can't be punished. But the performance of the obligations ing sticking type I could of run the flat-bed press./ If it was the with a skinny forelD( -Q.J
ii iii -, under theSe off in ,half an hour on the ma-' most.sensational newspaper ever reason 'I had trouble) wttfc lUe
+contracts is clearly forbidden and legallycan chine. _, published in the country-wen. was because he wouldn't tcS se c
,. be halted. 1 ,"If- I bad your disposition, d the news was the t most sensational the truth. A patient eaat Malone t-
Robert N. DeokanC; general keep it secret'* Brant said... within the memory'01 any with a doctor by lyteirfebimTHe

counsel of the National Labor I' Starting for the office he was inhabitant.
Relations Board (NLRB), is con- and irritated yet he oy was QuarfieW's aware that manner it was; The.page was topped y three *the sheriff to and rID tt&.(*
lines which read:
stantly warning and streamer:
employers fault
; not altogether "Then why would be sayttf"Andy.
unions that such. had CHARLES KING FOUND MURDERED -
contracts "will 1 EN Yesterday and today Fm not an officer 01"w
I inevitably lead to trouble." stretched his'own nerves to :the : ACCI- nor even a particularly eoaiscicntious
But some have been signed.Let's point where every extraneous citizen. Fra too bosyn
word jarred" upon them., :..DENT:: about moral probka i.l|
how IN worry
see they came about.I I1""ALI FEARED LOST
i i Carol was at her desk, her. Ed Worth my cpiwoa dhow
Suppose a company and a uni- j ( strained She said 'haltingly.Andy 5'r01U41 I gave, the bullet wound: was b
on have had a closed shop con- !t ,- all these things .-.:>' the Three separate stories dealtwiUa flirted because Ed asks tot*

tract for years. That is, the company j thing that happened today. .T the known facts of those facts oc- and in his position bts caMrf
;; to hire "It was nasty wasn't itT:Would currencesor such of the I bum't told
agreed but
only it. aanu
members to
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.. n.I..t. like,to, home? and as.Brant had seen fit to publishbut -
.: you go 'Glenn else and I wonX As a special &..
of the
union and to fire I
any- I .can manage without you:'. .in:his mind all of them ran
f J : one who lost his membership. j hotter the headlinesended vor to you ru go even furl
"No. What I'saw doesn't' together: just
E.AJi. You asked why he said it wet
'" Suppose the contract expires. :! 1' me too much. It's only'when.1 try i ,to run together. No one. accident ,ie
The Taft-Hartley Act forbids a !I to think what could be behind. ttnleas'iitwas_ Macfarlane. knew -I did." '
renewaL For his : PAL. how's Etiquette il I bettor than he that they'were actually said It because "G i
; reasons of own HI. your 'There of the same "He *&
lot of three parts
'I was a drinkln1and
1 t \ the employer renews anyhow. i: LQ.? 'last .' Worth would suspect and King was lying dead tn UM DeW
in town ,
., (Maybe he is satisfied with the 'I A bunch of us damsels argued -! She fighting moistened her night Ella.: might guess and people outside and Mae bope4" Uwouldn't .
w '
be found there. .
.- ;.." ', I'; closed shop, or maybe he wants the whys and whereforesof must be worse than .that -This wera.bound to speculates but thelnortint "Wait minute. Arc ,.
..... I the to act when I had thing was .that the you :
;, to avoid trouble with the uni- proper way morning told ou a pr. make a case Mac
to against tkr
_.. on.) Yet, this would be called I dating ((1)) solo ((2)) with a group' monition that something was tern kernel of the truth remain hidden murdering King '
.. date. riblT wrong..It keeps*growing.: ferth; present 2 **
and ((3)) blind
contract. Tm not to make
a "bootleg but'...* As )he could, te left the trying ssy.
We decided that some girls don t want to worry you. soon as
.' < .. Take another example: "Don't be silly. He reminded shop and headed for-Doctor Sperry thing. You form your opUnoo.,
: make of themselves
silly qoons out III form mine and Ed Worts
.' ', A company has a union shop I himself that he had.no. rightta: !.' office; He found, Sperry m
when they to impress form his. It doesn't
try worry s
0' be harsh with ,her. "You've'gota UDehed'over his rolltop desk.
; contract with a local union. That o
the Jacksons. and they bad case of-jitters. I don't know tUn .Dc the pages of a magazine.He much. In fact it worries cet w
is, the company can hire anyone little that 1 didnt bother Id
I only succeed in putting the of baleful influence behind frowned at Brant'through his to
it pleases, but each new em boys on their quard. the any things that have happened. horn-rimmed spectacles. Ed that when 1 was washaf KM

.. : ploye must join the'nion 'within j Our pet gripe is against the I refuse to believe that a fiend is ,:Tin here for the day and maybe up last night I found some tkrtdi "
.:'- a certain period. -.and stay gal who tries to be -super-girl stalking the streets waiting to the week" he growled "Half of human skin under his fafo*
0 I r joined- T else the .company with the boys. She spends the pounce on the unwary. the town can"-die and the other nails. They might Just pouibfrhave
come from tboscin sera_
.. + She smiled feebly. "As I .said halt have babies and I wouldn't 1
must fire him. t' "
: whole and face.
evening purring beingso Charlie King's
before Andy. I suppose rcrazy. mI budge out of this chair.
.. '
,. I The law prohibits renewal agreeable about everythingthat ."- .i]\ iv: t> ran!dropped into a chair. fgWILL a. M ..&Uaudlare

I unless certain conditions are she makes the other gitls '. *.-\. -- .
I : met. The main condition is that look like tigresses by comparison. -- -- '_, '" t ,. .. i .-

I'; a majority of the employees YOU SMiLE? permitted to relate diet.
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.... i must vote "yes" in, an election When the crowd stops. for a j I,Spite Spoils 4I hats.-
i i conducted by the NLRB. snack, she makes a big projectof Quite Clever There follows a general' sta ..

I- The law prohibits the NLRB acting as hostess. She will Silver Wedding I pede to remove hu.
from such election pick lumps of and T .
conducting an up sugar '
-: I" .A Paris theater has found
: '..' : .. i 4. unless the union', officers plop 'em into her date's coffeeor ,:means: of making ladiesremove a JANE and SHINE

. ::1.r have filed non-Communist oaths. tea and treat him like a nin- COPENHAGEN. (AP). A 'their hats. 1502 BERTHA STREET: .
The kids decided that farmer and his wife in the Danish
Suppose the local unionTolfi- compoop. I' ','Before the performance a strip SPECIALS FREEI:
t R cers refuse to file Or. perhaps this fetching little sugar-drop- village 'of Ulslev sat waiting appears on the screen curtain.

; ... t they are willing but. their national ped-into-the coffee routine is for flowers and gifts on their I The management wishes tospare" Spray Job with every Great ail
s ,' officers won't file. Either stupid unless ((1)) the boy is men- silver wedding anniversarybut elderly ladies inconvenience OU Change Job. W. wffl ate

-.- .>ray, the local Union can't have tally or physically 'inable 'to the strip reads. "Theynlversary check your battery. fan blt n*
only a few .closest members
? oil iator, tires. iransmissJoa and re.end.
help himself (2)) the couple: is
*9 the election And it can't get ;;
the family appeared, bringing "passed over In silence .W.have the latest tquipaMt
married ((3)) he asks for ;help. no r
: union shop in accordance withy I "*
I _yMlff I pteQ rrt''cra.rj "iCUut3-orAmeruarwTIe.: "II"'''''''' "wu "' .n. ]I' gifts. P' for checking carburetors. brtfefrUs
There is sillier than:
.: 1f1.* r I -\. i nothing I ;;?oli found the advertisement spark plugs. ignition car
: Y Yet"'some '.employers, inIcirj. -I" seeing a big broad-shouljlered, t> On the .following? day they had-been l .inserted'by a near relative pnssion and tapfovlafwx at

# ... Ct F'P1'-' tap EA; like these,, ..Uawe... hunk of man being treated likc'I learned that the local paper-- had I I 'who.: was at odds with the for perfect running DOn
I It ..:.._* gone aft..and.signed..aiwionf I a paperweight'And ru gged'Yirile' had.an advertisement announcing fannerliver a'divisi6n of an in. s he-tnen' dbnjt like the let- that :the-'coupl',wa.nted their, > ,,
: anr :iitttonce. : .
ct erhapa"with' hpF .. -
a : 1.s op'Jont ; :' me-do-it-for-you act, though the tt < # t.:;... tj......* '_ t.
: { i motive continuing.'ha'ppy' i '-
:. lations with the union.: -- kids discovered that often it ap- i.. m'm .."Ii .. ,. : .:-, aiI.: :'." ,I.'., pi Ii .. . a Ii. a a'
peals the not-so-rugged crew. : -
Now the mere signing won'tslind.anybody 4rr
t There are all kinds: of silly
; to prison. It can'tbe
.:. prevented by the NLRB or goops however. There is the : . . I ::. II'. . .. .. '.' . .. Ii
: ; any-other :.agency. Miss Sshush type who never or* .. 5 -

But here's the rub: The par- ders anything-because she is so I I lllIlJfuUI tlIMlAIHAgICdIIUUAIAIftdi611SNq/IAA/ !>IgIBafUSI! num:aRlJnmnumAHUDDHHilIHlRIHIHIIIIIIfJ- a

:, tics to the contract may be s. '. ... ;. jp' ', .... .. ,. ", "
:: prosecuted for unfair labor prac-
.. I
.. tices. t s .
The means by which the Taft. '

Hartley Act prohibits such contracts -

is a provision making it iVOUR'CARRIER BOY!
unfair" for an employer making

it "unfair" for an employer to

//f. .. discriminate in favor of union I His Future .in the
members in hiring and firing .
(except in the case of a prop I

wily approved union shop con- .
.. Business World!!
tract) ... I
; It's also "unfair" lor a Union r. ,
I .
.. to cause, or try to cause, an .
t employer to so discriminate. C I '

Here is an example of what 9'I I
can happen: -
Suppose Employee Jones quits newsboy who delivers _

i. the union. Or the union expels .. .
him. The union asks the com- I your paper may be starting
considerate of her date's pile! of
pany to fire him. The company,
c' gold. The only trouble is that hit first million time '
obeying contract, does ;this. every, '
when food is served she gets ; f
Jones then can go to an NLRB I
office and file charges of dis- very hungry, bite by biti of you drop some coin* in hit + # ,
chimination. Denham's office course; -the bites are al! from

can prosecute the case"'before the I everybody else's plates. A hand. And even if he99 =
NLRB. The five-man NLRB, I french fried potato here, a to- ,
from another victim and she is
backed up by the federal courtsif never a millionaire, he will c
pretty full though really "she is
necessary, can order the com-
i pany to reinstate Jonas, and or- not hungry enough to order." be a better butinett man; 1
iI The rest of the crowd fed
der the union to make.good his
I back pay.Denham. up-but not on food. I a more valuable member of .

says, therefore, that Particularly when he is with
such contracts are unenforceable -1 I a group, a boy doesn't enjoy being I hit community when 7ic' ? '

made to look like a sissy. .
don't protect either party ,
Girls who specialize in baby talk grorcnor the
and open the door to :::
I should save their childish prattle I .
cases.Snoring I '
until they are alone with i he s glUnanK.nQU''. .:-,:

their heart-throb. He wouldn't i j
like his best boy chum to get jI
jI I
wind of this love chatter and

Must Noiser spread it to the rest of the gang. I .

So girls who want to keep their i
Proof Home
date bait better learn the tricksof iI .r

._. the parade. I _
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"",, .isssI (You may write Vivian Brown'''i in honor of the newsboy, who
in care of this paper about news West Citizen25c
I brings! you this paper--and in
\ of your own gang.) '
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I Airplanes often have to take I AmericaOT /

I on from airports where surface I

I temperatures are as high as 140 I

degrees and fly in a few minutes -
r I lly Tbr .liuwrlairrt PrrVASTERVIK. *./ t to heights where temperatures '
Sweden.-A r fall below zero. i "II l lllmmllIDlllllllllmlmlnllllfRnIllllmlllmll1lnn! I llJlllmm hlnlmnnllltfllllllHlHllRHIRfRlIRRlIlHBIHlRllRlllRRIIIlIlII HlHlRRflHI IfIIt'

landlord in this little town of

J Vastervik gave a tenant notice I fused to allow eviction. but I..a I
because of his terrible I ordered the tenant to install

snoring. <; insulating material to deadenthe I..B.

The rent control board re- noise, . a .B..B.B I QBHBHB9BB



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? ,F;.'Clark ,Jr.. 28- ..................... .. ... ....... ..... ...
year-ores shoe : 718 DUVAL STREET ............. ...... R e e e.......,..............e*....ee.. ..
1000 .
. company foreman,' PHONE ; '1. -
{, shot and lulled : WE REPAIR m I. *
himself If
in of Tt Electrical
t .the%season' 's oddest accidents- : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ; ., lb WE SELL, JT i ; POOR OLD CRAIG i i

. only deer: ,he eight had feet bagged.away 'from the Electrical : /) We Will t CaB For tad D lifer : : WHITE STARCLEANERS .: ::
Service StationJ.
.7.Clark fired what he believed tot : Appliances Repaired J C ASO Years'ExperieIlCe la dactrkml Work :
be..his last bullet 'into H. BRADY..MaaJQf. PHOKC US :
the deer .'......... -
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but the eeeeeoe >*
fatally-wounded eeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeoeeeeeete 211 : .
. animal ... I&LC Duval Street Francis and DMsiaa Streets :
. apparently charged him. In self- Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop.
protection, Clark then apparent- : : ELECTRIC, TELEPHONE 41 : 701 DUVAL STREET : : Tires Tubes -:Batteries Auto Aeeetftorica :: t.:
,ly attempted to batter : HOME SUNDRYSTORE :....... ...... : !22 SIMONTON STREET: Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer :
q .'- down the : ........................... .
deer with they stock of his rifle ..ii..i............................ .......
and 'a: bullet discharged J into,his '. :- 1207 DIVISION ST.i NEAR COR.WHITE ST. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...........*...... DRY CLEANING, ................. eeeeee .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCAROLYN \
r-_: stomach_ .killing, him. ..: "'".. ':'- i +"Y cur Patronage Invited"Ice .: 211 SIMONTON STREET p. O. BOX 482 PRESSING : BEAUTY

:_:.' :.L''TODAY" IN.HISTORY : :- '. ,, Cream,L' --Proprietary Medicine i NEIL SAUNDERS : and DYEING :: '. f' Oreneas Hotel SIS SIIOI'PE Fleming St. ,

}, '-. i..j (Know America)', ;: '\ Sick.'Room:Supplies School.Supplies .: : ; 24-Hour Service ., : f ''DONALD BARBER x
a' J776 -' Historic "Common' : s Toilet.Preparation and : ,
*}. Sense" by Thomas Paine. comes ....:........'.'.....o.............................<.: SIGNS : DELIVERY FREE: PICK SERVICE.UP and : : VI' WeSpexaoIfw la
out anonymously in Philadel! :: Scalp Treatments Hair :
; ... : Dyring
.. : :
Sales ,
phiadvocated immediate decJaration "*"**0. ..... -LICENSED-Rental* : 1PHONE 282 : LL.VTPSP O. wnn.I71YJn'= !if

'r..: ,the first' of articulate independence.American Called MUMFORD? ;and ROSS : J.......Outdoor.......Adrertizing.........On...the...Florida......Key...*.......; ...................... ....Phone..................rca1l..aJIIT...........wws.ti. ..............

-; ': of her mission in the declaration : 220 DUVAL STREET ____ : S....................s ....................... .......,............... .............eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeSTELL'S ..... .....t

,;! ;world-* : Exclusive Monroe,County Distributors for : : PRITCHARD : RUSSELL'SDRY : BEAUTY: NOOK tff : "
e "** 1870 The Standard Oil Comp -
:* incorporated: in Cleveland, Carrier ; : IS. Scientific Beauty"Culturein ; : "
Air-Conditioning LOPEZ
"** '*: j FUNERALI At II] BrJM .
Vith John.D. Rockefeller as pre- i \ : I : chX.v : : _
.',SJdenU Stock was $1 million. .: for Domestic and.Commercial Use : GOODS ThoroughlyOperator:;t pe risnced. F :: ..,
- -vl$88-Ilarvey process for making : J33 '--. PHONES I H : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : Funeral Service ; -, ,. ; '1
s ."' :steel armor plate patented.' ..."..........................-...............lSO........ OME. S ; Sort Water U:+d.Litlytes1T' :
v1895 weeks .... : Established 1885 &
Six .. .
strike of ..
y. PHONE'373Specializing :
Brooklyn,. N.'YI street-care men ...... Let Those Serve : : : Phone 637 536Fhemltla; :S4 / :

: ,for:,.a ten-hour day and a $2.25 ioT..pj( Who Serre Best : : .: Licensed' Funeral : ................. i.. .}-i :...............
!i 'daily pay begins-Fails. NT. : ,Directors and : ..................i.:..:.:...:................
.**: 1902:-The Carnegie InstituV S WE HAVE NEVER : inWomafs : : : Former Custom! .'Friends$ ,and,'the Public InvitrdFrances ;
tion'incorporated.' ...:. .ELECTRIC.: RANGES and APPLIANCES : : BETRAYED A TRUSTS : Embalincrs21Hour ,
- : i90-Final:: :: ratification ,of the :, ,Repairs on Sowing Machines*All Electrical Appliance : WILL, and : Beauty Salon
? .,Versailles: Treaty in Paris; put- : It ,., .f J CALLED. FOR end DELIVERED : .: Frances'Park.;.Owner t\
t :. .tiDg'the League, of Nations.into Ambulance : Ambulance ': e.C1uNNEI.L-STREET :
6OS'Slmonton. Service. l0
, H" ; Children'sTelep"ollc : r
" effect The United,States. does! orne: Appliance :
*-: 'TaA sign. i p h. 11 or 27S-W 5 548 : ,. Service : Beauty: Culture! ;, in all its Phase ...:t

Z .'.:;19' U. SArmy v of OccU-I I :..:.........,.................................e.' : : ; Apparel :. .: : i .Permanent-'.-)Scalp Treatments
. tion,. ,on the .Rhine'ordered ,.....*..... Never Sleeps : :
p Phont 135 : Facials
.. home i ti. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeee.........eeeRRRUSSELLH0cugggLD .. .........i............ i...........C... ..... -. Night 63G ;- Shcanpoo Manicuring :
... ... Appointment
''1941-The Lend-Lease Bill in- : ...............................:...::........ 555555 .... :..................For............Phone.....1391Marion's ..........r
* |rbduced in Congress. Ii ..................................e..........
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1944 United States-Allies i SOl WILLIAM STREET PHONE : J. A. MYERS i :4Sl YO i S
fight. to within five miles of Cas- : 83LR .
sino, Italy. '
.1945-Gen. MacArthur's fore SETS : Licensed .,: : : "
"Southernmost House In UJSJi. .1.
ccs push several miles into Lu-, : BLANKETS DRESSES ETC. ; -.
'zon. Call 831-R and Good Will Be Brought to Your Door ; : : 1400 Dual Strut T.Uphoo. 1314 .. ,.
PAINTING Contractor i Hair TmtinHair<< Cutting .1 :
1946 The President's Fact-I : CASH or 'TIME PAYMENTS : : CONCH SHELLS : Expert l' :. '

. Finding Board ................................................: FREE ESTIMATES ALL .GUARANTEED :: : All Sizes ; Personalized.CorectireTorialaExcluiiTtbutKotExp Permanent Styling T 't7 :.
1J., 1-2 per cent General ................... ; Telephone 9127. lit Dural Street Jefferson Hotel : .. : .n lT% '* .Je. :
pay* raise.. ...................e.......... ..................*......................... COCOANUTSSPONGES ...................e......: t..4:!.. ...........
'..:1947-President Truman'stiual an Save 20% I?" ...........................5............5.... .: _................... ...,{:....::..:::.......e
budget calls for $37 1.2 aa: .
:tyllion.. z dwellings.an tile Ire Insurance : : LANDSCAPING LAWN' Matnt aaaa : : : ; : For More Natural,Hair '
' : *T INSURING with : : PRUNING-TOPPING : ,finest
.: 'S hldgs. household .. Tinting or the .
{ OlogiCallY the West Indies FILL Top SOIL LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed. :
and e
per. Atlantic Mutual : : Will Ship to Any Part : in Permanent Wave :
f ar& the peaks of a submerged .onat fire 1 Insurance Co. ,
range! of mountains known to : Save 15.ffects.% on AU Policies Non Assessable Marl\ Hauled, $5.00 for 4 Yards .Also Lots : of u.s. or Canada : i

geologists as the Caribbean And : Mercantile' I Cleared and :Marl Spread, Very Reasonable, : : Marcy S. Pal cio 18Wd '
: s. Stock 1 L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 ;

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jo." : f'IO, 04 .. C.. Street* ,
...f '7 M LICENSED BEAUTICIANSSpecialising '' _
and :
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: I e Open Daily Sunday, : : I
h': : i RADIO i: : : a ? 1t s. / t For th But: 5 5 P.M.\ to 1and A.M. 4/ : : Appraisals : : 'in.the,Most Modern Phase :
,. : Leases : of Beauty Culture :
I : : fj41SALES'cI : COMPLETE i/inners : : Rentals : Phone-208 Appointment ..
Also A La Carte Sandwiches
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at: 306 FOR ............/ Properties In Key West ; ...... ... d. eee..........
i Margaret ::' ;: Cushman Motor Scooter ; I ROMERO'S ELECTRIC : :. and Monroe County r Good; Work-Iotv: ; Prices
Dayton Bicycle SERVICE
i t Street : ; : J. OTTO "
: Steelcote Rubber Enamel .
: Dail .between 9:30 AJ-C and 3:30
i I PHONE 1301 i i Rental Service We Repair and Rewind All Type of : :' : .: PJ&from-public Appointments by Senior are Students accepted of :

r : Pick-Up andDelivery : : < < : PHONE 1013 I ELECTRICAL MOTORS :: 411 Fleming: Street : '
!!. : :. Bob Daniels.Proprietoreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee: 919 Whitehead Street TheSouthernmost
J WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED ; :. Phones 12t and 736-R 4
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- "Monarch of the Air"NOW

Auto : : MAJESTIC. .., ON DISPLAY : Are You Covered Financially? ; : INSURANCEOFFICE E : 523 Southard Street \ ,
There number available with \\
: are a ovaI O hours :
i Electrical: : Wire Recorder RADIO Phonograph e The Financial Responsibility Law i* Now : of state approved instruction who know the latest
: :'' An Ideal Gilt Liberal Trade-In AllowanceServIce. t Effective for All Owner of Auto and Truck : : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians, E!
under of licensed of
expert supervision a tracber : 1.
., ':r = Bring! Your Radio for Repair Drop In and Let Us Explain This Law to You Todayl 52 I SOUTHARDSTREET :. beauty culture, do good work at very low prices. Although ;
: Batteries "Slo" Charged to A Radioman appointments are not required, it Is advisable. ,
: .: Key West Insurance Co. : : For Appointment Stop at
Starters and GeneratorsLIGHTS : i :
Opposite Bus
r \ 24 Radio Station : : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 537eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee;
andi J.:. :. : -our ; :i..316...SIMONTON..........STREET.ii...............PHONE..: ..1371..i..i. ......................e......................

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r MOTOR TUNE UP : '" : 7 1 BICYCLES' I : Just Arrived-COAT SUITS Sequin-Trimmed :
: : : =is : FOR SALE .FOR RENT : THE ; ...Lovely DRESSES for Children..Drape Curtains. :
i .i U AI'sMusicCoS PortcrA1IcnCompany heels.Pillow Case...Combination TABLE and FLOOR : '
j J Our Customer Must Be IIJ. MODEL RADIOS Cash or Terms
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i : We Hare Authorized MAJESTIC Dealer : Satisfied .
1 211 Dural Street .:: : The Latest 629 Eaton Street 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 ,s HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. :
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: Ride the Bus to the : .
I. ; PRICE TOURS : : When. You Co ,. : : The Division Street i' : GOLF COURSE S
: : .
: Food
: ,: Shopping! ; .. Your Entire House with : ti
II.; Passenger Be i
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! Representative* : : -' .. ,
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f : : CALL 1042 :
" Located Wtxt ; : '* 1012 X0. I rWUwj1 :. FOR ESTIMATE

t ;" DR. COBO'S i The Foundation of Today9 ; i: COME BRING YOUR : Key West I
Planning .
\ OFFICE : : :

:: FLEMING STREET : .' .. : | BUNDLES up to 10 45ee ,.
; Rear of La Conchs Hotel RALPH FARALDO p v PHOWE : Covering Co. i I
-: : Key West Agent r 114eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Soap. Detergent and Bleach Supplied : : Hare Fun ;
: PHONE 124eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee: e I OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY AJ*. to t P.M.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : 118 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORIDAeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee aa:
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JOHN E. TCKENS- ", y. : ** *. ;? *d l I
1 \ [ 0i e .pas11J3i .,' > > ",.4J The Japan Current or "Kuro fly SIlL P4siJd JI
Shiwo" in the Pacific -I I
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to the Gul Stream in the i iAtJantie. 11

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Of Poinciana And Congregational. .ChurchesTo : the throne Dec. 25, 1926.: '1!
J l
The Jewish Agency for Palestine I j 1 -
.y\ Leave- Thursday With Family > is aresult of the original.
: mandate given Britain by the
For Park Fla.] .... AT.j'r: ; League of Nations wherein such I If tales don't quit tskia tW
i ,/d ..-, : ) : Avon : 4 an organization was specifically profits out dour stock,well..
I- ': requested i; bs l known aaDch!.Uer. It.sl lM4 of

** it one time '
Was I.
..- in good reput for andtwith the j I Much natural gas Is odorless
\ CHURCH; FLEMING STREET MSTHODIST CHURCH. IS JOINING IN word rcsurreeluin.r- ; j I I and' has to be supplied with an
',- odor before being used by the
,! SERVICES 'AT'ow STONE, CHURCH( In the fiscal year 1941, direct:'public because of the leakage
taxes on individuals accountedfor dangers. "
I: Rev. John E. Pickens will conduct his closing services Sunday morning at the Poinciana. only some 22 per
.. Community Church and thaf evening in the Congregational Church. I 1947 it was 43 1.% per cent. 'l I ,
The Poinciana Community Church was founded by the Rev, Pickens as a .missionary of
the Home Missions Board of the Congregational Christian Churches during the summer of 1944. I The whale's nostrils are situ. Christian Science

During the past! year this church was yoked.with the Congregational Church and.the Mission ated in the highest part of the
"p i Board has provided an associate .to help carry on the work. head and it i is through this that Society
{ Thursday, the Rev. Mr. Pickens 'and his family will leave.for Avon Park, wherethey;; will it spouts or blows.
reside at the Florida Congregational Christian Conference Center, known as Lake Byrd Lodge.
In this new work as a member-of'the state staff. Rev: and Mrs. Pickens: will be official host of Key West

and hostess at the Center, and he will direct theyoung peoples .work of 'the. .churches.)tmdJin: : Grace 327 ELIZABETH STREET
II other'ways assist the state superintendent- -1:it't VAP Wirephota) Lutheran
!:<\ Rev. William W. Rifle who has been associated with Rev:'t :: AN UNIDENTIFIED Coast Guardsman 'views bodies of 'victims beside the tail of the wrecked II Church
Mr. Picksns for several months'will continue as interim pastorof .- Coastal Airlines passenger plane which crashed into a marsh near Savannah Ga. Seventeen persons Sunday School 9:30 AM.
the Congregational Church. At Poi 1ci na. the. Sunday School l:; COLOREDCHVRCHES; werekiUe and nine were injured. The chip was heavy-laden with Puerto Ricans going 1215 PETROHIA STREET Sunday Morning Service
I will be continued under the leadership of the present officers; I : back to their homeland from New York. I r At 11 o'Clock

and 'teachers. : t -
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A Union Preaching Mission will open at 10:50 .- tomorrow -' -- --- Divine Service Wednesday Evening

I at The' Old Stone Church with Rev. Carlisle L; Hubbard 1 I I I. '.. I'""Live And Help Go Wet, Young Men,' In the U. S. influenza epidemic t Meetings at 8 o'Clock

D.D., of Cambridge. Md. as the preacher. The'Fleming treet:. The Rev.'C. 'c.Higgs. ,fL'Zlon pastor'of I. Reds Tell 4Swin Bovs' of 1918, young people were 7:30 P.M. Reading Room la Church
Methodist Church and The Old Stone Church are uniting in this Cornish Chapel, A Live" Discussed ill far more frequently than old- I Edifice will be ope.MOMay' .
Church will"occupy (he- pulpit ,
Mission. : ( er people; only about two and Friday
Services will be held on I i I at the 11 aan.;:ana at. the 7- p.m. Rev Pickeus ;f style swing music and dancing is cent of the patients being more I Pastor from 7 to 9 P.M.
services tomorrow. There will By
Sundays Jan. 11 and 18. at by. Jackney Drudge and Bryan-. making some German Communist than 55 years old and 80 percent ,
.be a Class-Prayer meeting tat '
editors in the
members. of occu-
They are the I
10:50 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. Mon- 7 30 p.rri. and"ch live", rather being under 40.
High School Band. There will : Tuesday; ir-.re- "Live and help pation zone see red. i
day through Friday, services I be a reading The Hall' of He-- 'hearsals will- beheld on ;Thursday than "live and let live" was the !t The young German hep-cats I LEY MEMORIAL
will be held at 7:30 P.M. The roes" Lois and. Friday. "evenirigs""at 7:30 theme of the talk which Rev. !< around Jena, in Thuringia, are':: t
by Winkley
a High. '
public is cordially invited to at School senior. i iI o'clock., John Pickens presented at the having an especially rough time I GLAD TIDINGSTABERNACLE Methodist Church PresbyterianQiurch
tend all these services.. I|I At 'morning worship tomorrowat luncheon meeting of the Councilof under criticism from provincial .
The ReV A. D. OUriant.. pas- .11 alit' the Rev.Sig S n\ihd.A. I Cor Division gad Georgia Sts.
Church School at The Old Social Agencies Friday noon. newspapers. j The
With A Welcome
.tor Of Ppinciana Baptist Church, Laing minister:;-at Trinity" Presbyterian
It got so rough for Jena's most I j
Stone Church will be held at9:45AJ.L Rev. Pickens spoke of the ASSEMBLY OF GODS ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor
:will speak on "Knock! at the Church, will speak on popular band, the "Swing Boys",} I .
and Methodist Youth which he had noted I While and Washington Streets
,11 : of POwer iAt progress l Georgia: St. at Petronia
a m. worship tomorrow. In ,."A Reservoir' tomorrow'i that this group has announced it
Fellowship at 6:30 P.M. f the, evening at 7:30: o'clock -he : worship, at 7.T>:.m.,:the during the three and one half is going west-to play for U. 9:45 A.M. Sunday School Rev. Melrose S. Avery, Paster
The Rev. W. A. Kimberley,([will talk on "How to Become Rev. :Laing will talk 'on:r 3Vhatsoever rears that he had been in Key troops in the American zone. S'I Sunday School. 10 JLM. 1 Classes for AH Ages
pastor of Redeemer: Lutheran Fishers? Men". I{[I A Man':Sowetb:" 'At"7:30: West, as well as pointing out Morning i Miss Miriam Carey, Supt. Sunday School Starts at/
Church Miami Shores, will I .1 iP-m.: Tuesday "thefe" will' be '''fa ways in which Key West might I ISO AM.
{ Morning,worship will beat: 11': CARD OF THANKSWe 11:00 A.M. 10:50 A. M. Worship
preach the sermon at Grace: prayer servicer and a. weekly further its progress. One thing
Lutheran Church's 7:30 p.m.o'clock. in the. Glad Tidings Tab-- meeting of the-'deacons';;,' .' which he emphasized was the I 6:30 P.M.. Subject "A Changed Man"
service Sunday. His topic 1"The ernaclei; Assembly of God: At.I .. need to develop courteous service -, wish to thank our friendsfor Christ Ambassadors 6:30 P.M.Intermediate Church Service
their of kindness after at
7:30: ( m. Evangelistic services 7:30 M.Y.F.
Boy Jesus of Nazareth. [ p. the of those who i P.M.,
: will' held. on part the death of our loved one, Ernest ]
be P. I :00 A.M.
A 7:30 M. Worship
sermon on
In the
absence of
the Rev. F.: serve the public. Rev. Pickens i DeLoach Evangelistic Services
Mathew those who
H. Zucker, pastor of' Grace I "Lamb of God". There: will be gave Subject: Subject: "Men Ought to Pray"Young
1 expressed his pleasure in work the use of their cars the donorsof Sermon: "LAMB OF GOD"Special "A Christian's Greatest Loss"
Church, the adult discussion special music. ing with the council and other the beautiful floral offerings.Rev. I Music People's Group
,group and the thechildren's con-: I Worship, including, Communion 7:30 P.M.
members of the community I G. Leon Wells the choir TUESDAY NIGHT. 7:30 Wed, 7:30 Prayer Meeting
firmation class wil not meet this! Service, will .be ..held, at 6:30: interest has and else who have
whose primary any one may PRAYER MEETING Friday, 7:30 Boy Scoutsof Visitors and Friends' Are .
L week'Our it was Marching announced Orders'today.. will! Jp.I m.,tomorrow at the Key' West. I been the Welfare of the city, j I helped us during our hour of sor- 'j Friday Night at- 7:30. America Troop No. 53 Invited' to Worship With Us
| Church.of; Christ. be the subject to be discussed : 1 .
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service the council introduced : I EVERYBODY WELCOME
'tomorrow at 10:50: zu m. by the I rows at 11 ajh. in the Presbyte-!? : I'i" Davis, new director of the I,MRS. JOSEPHINE: RODRIGUEZ Pastor Ernestine Doan t. .
Rev. Bronnie E. Nichols, r. ', FAMILY.jan10lt.
pastor DeLOACH and
nan Church, the-Rev. Melrose'Si : ; YMCA. The Council voted to
; f< goon l :
of.the First At'the. 1 US
Baptist -Church. .'' '
A Avery, pastor, will speak on ?Through! 'This.BIBLICAL ). 1> record as favoring the
evening worship at 7:30p. "Men .indU-I' :
Ought. To Pray" The

vation. ;:m.. by his Gr-subject ce"J' will The, be Baptist"Sal'!I I''at Young 7.30P'People's; Group will_ meet- -.; / FOR'-' .BULLETJvFOOD THOUGHT' \" t .f sion$15,000( and in for the$300 the new per Municipal city month for Hospital the-:I I i Congregational FIRST.1 Church Poinciana BaptistChurch ''i FLEMING{ STREET METHODIST f CHURCH

i I
Training Union will meet 'at The Rev. ..... .
Robert W. Weaver;J :-. care of indigents again this year. 'I John E. Pkkras. Pastor I
6:30: p. m. under the leadership pastor of'Ley Memorial Methodist '.The":life, of f nSan.,'is.: s\lort'\ ..Md Mrs. Jane Whidden and Mrs. 11 William W. flute, Associate : Corner Flomiag and WUHam 81 :
of, Mrs. Elijah Sands, three-: [ Church, will have as his .' I 17th and EaglePastor's
.bfie'fJ ?). : : ;:. Helen McNeil were appointed I Ito William Street near Southard : REV. J. B. REID. Pastor
tor. I!i sermon subject at. tomorrow I Full of joy j and full .of grief,: the board of directors. Phone: 1164-M 1 '
; .! I]I :
The Rev. J. Church School 9:45 A.M. :
B. Reid, pastor of i morning's service at 10:50 o'clock As a flower ut.the grass,. Those attending Mrs. '', 9:45 A.M. Sunday School A. D. O'BRIANT Pastor .
were: ,
the Fleming Street MethodiSt 1|"A Changed ,I an". At the 7:30 : CLASSES FOR ALL AGES :
: f So his days must surely pass; !Eileen: Coughlin, NCCS, Miss John V. Atcher, Supt. :
Church, will be in the pulpit to- ,; p.mworship his subject will be: : Merrill Felton. General) Superintendent :
Yet the ;
mercy ef'theLprd Lottie Green, Wesley House, :
:A Christians Greatest Love.
at both the
morrow morning and f
evening services. .1:I. And ,His tenderness outpoured, Gene Anheir, Veterans' Administration 11:00 A.M., Worship Sunday School. 9:45 AJ4. I Morning Worship 10:50 A.M. :

Sunday morning services of I About,.40,000 people can crowd i Lifts a man..... from' the common. Mrs. Ruth Lange and.., Sermon: Worship, 11:00 : .
sod, "What the Church Youth Fellowship. 6:30 P.M.
the Christian Science t into the cathedral at Milan Italy. Mrs. Ruby Morgan, State Welfare Stands For" Subject: :
will be at 11 o'clock. The Society Wed- r Rise up, then, and think Board, Mrs. Jane Whidden, Rev. Iliffe "KNOCK! 1= Song Service 7:10 P.M. ::
CARD OF THANKS God! Recreation
nesday evening services will be I City Department: I { 6:30: P.M., Training Union : Evening :
We wish in Victor Lowe, city clerk! Gerald 6:00: P.M., Junior Endeavor : Worship 7s3O P.M.
at 8 o'clock. The reading room to ex-I .
Details Read .
For : -
in the Church Edifice will' be t press our sincere thanks to our Saunders, county welfare com- Evening; Worship, 7:30 I : .
open Monday and Friday fiora I neighbors and friends who were Psalm 103:15-17(678)-( missioner; Jeff Knight, Florida .i j. 7:301'.M., Worship "How to Become <- COME-BRING A FRIEND -:- .:
7to9p.m. so kind :luring! our recent be Ibookjet state Employment: Service, Mrs. Sermon: Fishers of Men"Public
i reavement the loss of our loved Publishers-The Monthly Carola Nettles and Mrs. Helen "LIVING AS WE BUILD"Rev. I
'The -
Youth for Christ Rally one_ ,. ,Hezekiah Curry. "Enjoy Your Bible" Me Neil, American Red Cross: Pickens I II Cordially Invited' 1 UJml l lmD rmumnmnlliuumnmmu( mll.. mfllDlllUllllUllM1HJ, llllllllllur.-1 ;:
tonight at 7:30 p. m, in the First I I

Methodist Church the Rev. Car-'l donors We also of the wish beautiful to thank floral the i; A line drawn between the and Mrs. John_ I YOU WILL BE WELCOME Youth for Christ
lisle 'Li;; Hubbard, D. D. of Cam ,tributes-and those friends who' earth's magnetic poles would Pickens.Cteli I II Rally

bridge. !\d4:; will be _the ;speak; (donated the use of their cars. pass aboUt 750 miles' from the Trinity I

erg;A trumpet duet will be given janl -1t. THE FAMILY. center of 'the.:earth. . : .1 I PoincianaCommunity TONIGHT 'I:30 O'CLOCK
-- 717 Simonton Street (Colored) | ,
r---------- "", I Key West I'I ChurchJohn
Siglsmund A. Laing, Minister = at
AIRLINER ; E. Pickens, Pastor

'':* '! Morning"rrnt Worship..H ....Frrf"A |11 o'Clock I Church of Christ :i William Community W. HalL Iliffe.Duck Associate Ave. f E! FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

;/t,4. .1.1I 1 at 15th. Poinciana | Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
,,. .' .' I' 1120 Petronia Street i 1 1I
Sunday School _._ 3:30: PJIL I : 9:45 A.M.. Sunday School ;;| Speaker: Carlisle L Hubbard DJX,,
s .- :.- ; Youth Meeting 5:30 P.M.Evening 1 I.. Classes for All Ages ,

::4.Worship...... S.bjrr 7:00 o'Clock II Worshipincluding i 11 A.M. Communion .I 1:I i'| Trumpet Duct-Jackny Dmdzr mill Bryan Lord
,. "Whatsoever' A Man Soweth" I Meditation: 'j| Members of the High School Band

Y x I "THE FINAL | ReulinfThe Hall of Heroes".IJ> Lois Winkler.

Man., 7:30: p.m.. Missionary !I COMMUNION Ii IiIi .II Rev. LESSON"I I I S High School Senior !I;,
Society in Regular Meeting l 5
Tues., 7:30: p.m.. Prayer Service I j SERVICE I''
and Deacon's Weekly Meet I 6:30 P.M.Everybody 7:30 P.M., Worshipat I + -COME BRING A FRIEND- + 5
Wed, 7:00: p.m.. Youth Night- the miiniiimiminaiiniiiiiuiniiimiiiimaiiiniiimiininiiiminiiiMp' / :
Instruction and RecreationFri. I Congregational Church !. ifftfflmniiniillllllimillllllllHllllllliIn -.-

7:30: p.m.. Choir Rehearsaland I I''
Boy Scouts! Meeting ; i I I Ij. HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL 106lh -

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AJ&E. ZION CHURCH i Broime! E. Nichols, Pastor

Tie So Friendly Ciurch" I. Corner EATON and Streets

i "- '1 Whitehead and Angela Sts. Union Preac Mission\ SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45: AJ.L
Rev. C. C Higgs, Pastor : : hung i IL E. Day, Supt.

fit : I ; I : Fleming Street Methodist md First Methodist Uniting MORNING WORSHIP 10:50 A.M.


9:30 am.For Sunday AU Church Ages School !!:: CARLISLE L'. IIUBHARI, D.U. : BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 6:30 P.M.

Joseph Thompson, Supt. I'i of Cambridg[e. Marylandh Mrs. Elijah Sands, Director

11r ,.% 11 A.M. : Sundays, Jan. llth and 18tl 10:50: A.M. and 7:30: P.M. : EVENING WORSHIP, 7:30 P.M.
Worship I
: : Monday through Friday. 7:30: P.M. : Sermon Topic: "SALVATION BY GRACE"FELLOWSHIP

'-(.\Wirephuto) 7:00 P.M., Worship .. HOUR 8:30 P.M.

THIS LIFE-SIZE BABY DOLL (arrow) was tossed clear of the wreckage in fee tragfe crash of a : SUNDAY SCHOOL _m _.hm.___ .. 9:45: A.M. :
Coastal Airlines transport plan in a marsh 'near Savannah Ga. Hour, later it' had not _nmo.ed Tues, 7:30 p.m., Class-Prayer: !t: YOUNG PEOPLE'S MEETING hU..U __ h h 6:30: P.M. .
Wed., 7:30 p.m., Ushers Board C _._ .
from the side cf the wreckage (background). Seventeen persons were killed mad 'nine Wednesday u.u -- -- Sunday School Workers' Cownert
Were injured. Most of the 'victims were Puerto Ricans Thnrs, 8 p.m., Jr. Choir Rehrs. I : Wednesday -.-...--_. -- 7:30, Prayer and Praise
)homeland. returning from New York to their Fri, 7:30: p.mSr.. Choir Rehrs. A Special Invitation to M len of the Armed Forces' : Friday -- .------ .- ... 7:30: Choir Service

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San' Carlos r ORDINANCE NO. 156 f. I;: MMM .., .... ... ,
Facts :and snurs' ..
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Resumes "1 .
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\ WARREN .Spanish ![SION SERIES OF THE ORDINANCES -" : '. .s.-:.
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OF THE CITY OF KEY 1 it .; .

In 1 Spanish lessons for adults at WEST. FLORIDA AS AMENDED -' .
May. 1948 more than a San Carlos school have been BY SUBSTITUTING "MAN. ; 1 ( ;' : 7 I

thousand elective salaried offi- J resumed,. with a high. enroll AGER OF THE CITY ELECTRIC rr........v.-. wt.- tvw v.ww: ........rnf: >...K.......wr.'"ry w........rwrwwr# ww-w.... -Iarwfrwwww. Ir.
ces be filled by the peopleof I ment.
Florida Schedule AU- ,
Assuming as released by Instructoress. -
at / -
least three persons*seek each office as follows.: Miss B. Remond, is "CITY ELECTRICAL FOR INSPEC-THE :: ;: :,-4.----- : ; ; : 1

TOR" OR :'
a grand tottal of more than "ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR > :
Monday-From 3 to 4 p. m. WI 'fl ,. ..
three thousand candidates will WHEREVER SUCH ) il '.':., !II! : 1
(first year students), DESIGNATIONS i .' '
be on the ballot in the first APPEAR IN .
pri- Thursday-From 3:15 to 4:15: SAID ORDINANCE NO. ,4,
36. AS '
That 4
is lot
mary. of :
a candidates. (2nd and 3rd"year students). AMENDED; BY SUBSTITUTINGIN t < .- '. '. :
Most of these : :
candidates -
., ::
probably Enrollment is still the ,
will be openat SECTION 13 OF SAID ORDINANCE .
time for. running, the first school 518 DuvlJ" Street, up NO. 36, AS AMENDED, .- < 1. -.l, .,1, > 4
public office. -Meny ,of n.4A\j l. -II
', ,
them will have hal little,experience ;: 4
in politics. Therefore .a CITY OF KEY WEST OF, FLORIDA THE- : : C .II H, ;&&Htf c : '

few hints from an old political PRESS ,PREVIEWOF OR HIS AUTHORIZED ..... .'''-'.'_.' .'...t...;;.... .. ., ,, ,' ,
practicioner might be t. .
First don't run for office unless "INSPECTOK-f BY AMENDING I "-: -..- .
AT MIAMI BEACHA '. t ., r t 4
you have a genuine, from- SECTION 16 OF ,SAID ORDINANCE t. /
: :.
.lt. : :
the-heart liking for people. Youcan't press review of 1948 British NO. 36, AS AMENDED, .:: '. ". .;., .! :!' .. :1 ,:t l', .

fake affection for people. Austin automobiles will be conducted TO PROVIDE THAT ALL FEES .. -, .
Tour real feelings are certain to 'Thursday afternoon, January DERIVED: FROM THE ISSUANCE t. _. .f' <' :

come' out during the stresses and 15 in the patio of the OF PERMITS SHALL BE t .. : .
strains of a political campaign.If Roney Plaza, Miami'Beach from PAID TO THE CITY OF KEY '
people- kinds-bore you ItoSprn .t '
stay in some other fine of busi Cars are new models designedfor PAY- 4
American 'market by Bri .
ness.Second WEST FLORIDA. TO THE CITY ; '" 11 .
unless you have a sin tain's' largest manufacturer.: 1- 4
ear _
cere to render 4
service some. real CITY OF KEY WEST. FLORIDA, 4 .
to your country or state, -TODArS THE SUM OF $106.00. FOR LABOR / i- .

stick with' ,whatever line of work TO MAINTAIN AND REPAIR ,.. ., 4

you are now in. You can make'; ANNIVERSARIES THE FIRE ALARM SYS- r /
more.money .and have less head.aches' AND : ..
in most : 4
any occupationother LIGHTS OF THE CITY OF '$ -
than office-holding. Most 1737--Ethan Allan; ReV'olu.tionary' KEY WEST, FLORIDA; PRO- ',:: 4

.politicians leave ,office broke. leader of Vermont's. his-" VIDING FOR REQUISITIONS J : : 4 4
Assuming you have these toric' "Green Mountain Boys OF MATERIALS FOR MAIN- I > 4

qualifications to start,with, there born in Litchfield, Conn. Died. TENANCE AND. REPAIR OF 4 .
are several things' you'll need February' /'1789. THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM '$ .. .' ., ..

to'do.from the beginning to the 1820-Louisa Lane Drew, AND SIGNAL AND TRAFFIC t-1 4

end of the campaign.. Probably Philadelphiaactressmanager, LIGHTS OF SAID CITY; DECLARING .. .t. #.. C
the mdst important is to keep i the grand t ld lady of the THIS ORDINANCE .. i/ .l 4
smiling. A 'nevei nding, always stage?" ,born in London. Died TO BE AN EMERGENCY MEAS. ; .

present smile probably is the August. .31,"'1897.: URE AND BY UNANIMOUS .4 4 ,
.1835- Henry' Wright. organiz- VOTE OF THE COMMISSION ,- i '
.mast powerful of all vete-get- : 4' 4
tera.-,There is no substitute or er-captain' of,the Cincinnati Red DISPENSING WITH THE NECESSITY ; :1:;.' ,. .. .. 4
stand-in for a smile. If it does Stockings, .1869: first professional OF READING THIS L- 4

not come naturally, it should be baseball ''team,; born in Eng ORDINANCE AT TWO REGULAR 4 4

forced for .the durations of the land1. Died October ,3, 1895. MEETINGS NOT LESS 4
campaign anyway. 1841-George W. Melville, Navy PROVIDING WHEN ORDINANCE ". 4

The most successful politicianof '.engineer, ,longtime. chief of : : GOES INTO EFFECT.Be 4
all times, F. D. R;, was seldom the Bureau of Steam Engineer- 4
it enacted by the City' Com- 4
ever caught without a ing, inventor, born'in,New York mission of The City of Key West 1-- 4
smile-a smile that often leaped Died March 17, '191Z. Florida: 4

into open-mouthed, thigh-slap. 1847-Jacob -H. Schiff, New 4
Section 1. That Ordinance No.
ping laughter. One of the most York financier philanthropist, 4I
36, Commission Series, of the
unsuccessful politicians, Herbert ) : civic worker, enricher of Jewish
Ordinnnces of The City of Key
Hoover, was "and is the most institutions born in Germany.
amended be
West Florida as ,
unsmiling sour-looking 'man of Died September 25, 1920. and the same is hereby further '

modern times. amended in the following particu- I Meet A Boy I :

Don't try' to be dignified. The In 1789., the Attorney General lars:

people may want you to be dig of. the United States was paid a. Substitute "Manager of the

nifiedafter' you're in office, but $1,500 a year and he,was expect' City Electric System of The Cityof

not while running for it. Theyare ed to' provide his own office, Key West, Florida, or his authorized -

liable to think your assume fuel,' stationery :.and__clerk. agents", for the "City
ed; dignity is actually arrogance. Electrical Inspector" or "Electri-

You may wear a high hat once Inspector" wherever such designations I J Yon Will I
you're in office, but you: can't appear in said Ordinance kG1-a4To 1 Know
act' "high-Hat",. ." while. running for t\ THE ror\Ti :jrDGr4 rornr. No. 36, as amended. : .
it.. b. Amend Section 13, paragraph -
IN AM.PQM. V ,. 4..
*' ;
AlwaySe'polite, 'and:,'courte- : T7s.. "' I (a), by substituting"'the -. -:. ..
out to opponents-you may need fare. state nt.' I "Manager. the: City Electric I. _. .. 4 4
them in' the,second primary or : _KI.VIRA. ..: a1.1w eae.difoTICE I, System of ;The,City of Key West : : 4

Inca future race. When you get '. .Of APPLICATION UI"t'H-U\GR.. FOR Florida, or his authorized agents" .. + it;/ ssimttatei a. : -
to'"know: ''them )better, they' usually ..Notice "Is' hereby *lv e n to all for, ,the'Building Inspector. .
taro'to JhQ be, pretty good whom Mora, It all'*n.y Administrator, COlM"erit'\ba1.of;' T the)lonl Estate io- :' Amend Section 16 by adding 1.i: ) lIe's just a lad with a bag of newspapers slung. ;

i sort of,fellows of ElTirfc Muro: deceased has .at the, end thereof the following
If you should be defeated,"fake filed''With theHonurSWoRaymond paragraph: .
R Lord County Judge Inand for .J. his shoulder basket full attached
to 1
it cheerfully. Issue a statement Uoftroe <: ti: Florida, nU FinalAeeenat tAll fees derived from the -. : over or a
praising and the led ; made applicationfor shall bepaid
opponent issuance ,of permits
your "
'Admmi tra-
public-;-you may. want to. run tor .of his the.discharge.K tat. of as Elvira.' Muro.deorased : West', to Florida.The "City of Key .. r #' :: his bike-but he's a success story in the making. : .

atn. UN of DectmAt -
Dated ,t' day .
P. S. These ideas arise out of bar A,0. ;. un:, Section> 2. The City of Key
an experience gained in ten Administrator(1iId))) fit t1llate West Florida, shall pay monthly / ( Because he's learning about people, about finance -

campaigns for public office. of Klvlra AI u 1'0. ea..ed. to the City Electric System of
Bee 20-JI., un,?Jan i-10,1916, The City of Key West, Florida
t and how conduct business
RAUL INVITES OTtrE"'-0'CHCOITOfce the sum of One Hundred Dollars to a through! /
Otll: Probate .Act, Sees.'11*. 120) ($10000) for labor to maintainand 4
FRIENDS. TOURISTS IV THE rut HT 0.',"Pt: COU:>TWJllX.K. the fire alarm
repair system
his alert he will also
.' ,UOMIOK rOV.XTi.FLOHIUV t route. Bright :
TO VISIT CLUB IN 'PD B.'TE. and signal and traffic lights of newspaper ,

Raul's Club on the boulevadby In ft:- Fstate. .I ....ofRAO11. :1\EZo also. .known- The City of Key West Florida.
Requisitions for materials for the / become self sufficient and well have :
J he"sea, is now open for the as Raoul Raul fe.Perci. and. : also Deceased.hnuwna maintenance and repair of the poised, so

season, operated by Rant, who To All Creditor and. Person present fire alarm system and I

'wiU.meet and greet you. Hating*!Claim SaM Estate or Demands: signal and traffic lights of said i a friendly word for him every day.

He invites all of his friends ACv : and each. of you are hereby City may be made by. the Manager .
and tourists td stop in notified and required. to present. any of the Electric System
patrons claims'.and deinand Which you. or .. .
to sect the beautiful new decorations either of.J'II.'may have against the of The City of Key West Florida ;' 't: ,f t .' ': ,. ,,,. ..'". ;..i." ".. 1 :
estate of Ratml "....., alsaknown .nt. <(. ;' 1
to .
authorized '
and appointments.The as Raour' IOWr..Pernd al_ ; or his ,agents .:.io:.. ,. i : p; 'r. '\.".."
best of known foods and known*** Raul Peres dtl' sdediate thet. City. Manager 0{ The CityOf t i. 1.t__ 4
of said County the County J&dgir "'WesC Florida, for'his '
beverages are offered at R ul'* of ilonroe; County.. Florida. at his Key authorization. approval L' :: Encourage the :
old prices-no advance in priceat office I* the murt house of said and :; 4
CoiBly at Ke'lit.. ..Honda.with Section 3. This ordinance is
Raul's. Club is opened daily in time eight of the calendar firstpubucatiOD.ot month from this the hereby declared to be an emergency s / boys you know to -- ,
notice. Each.claim or demand shall measure on the grounds
from 11 a. m. to 2 a. m. be In writing and shall mate the !

place addres"" of* -of reoidepcand the claimant post,'and office shall I: that preservation this ordinance of peace is necessaryfor health, f i t t -=-- earn by selling this --- J

TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow .the. claimant his
be sworn to try ( prosperity and safety of the people
agent or his attorney, and any such 4t
( America) claim or demand not 'so filed shall of The City of Key West, : :
be Florida. t newspaper Oil a : ;
Howard( Chandler Christy ofNews oid.PATSV ,ALRINA PEREZ
4. That the readingof
York famed illustratorartist administratrix of the Estate of Section 4r
Raoul J. Pirei. also known as this ordinance at two regular route tve'll
born in Morgan County, TlaoHl Peres., and also. known as meetings, not less than one week r : :
RauA Peres lee.a..ed.jaul817'U.l.UII
Ohio 75 years ago. < apart is hereby dispensed with I.. .
Walter S. Gifford, president by unanimous vote of the Com- assign.Circulation. /
American Telephone and Telegraph NOTICE OF !SEALED TKXUEKS mission. II : j

born ..in Salem, Mass. 03 COUNTY.srtcl.L TO THK HU1.PKKS OF MONROE TAX Section 5. This ordinance shall ..

years ago. SCHOOL DISTRICT Nt*. 1 RKFCNOIXO go into effect January 1, 1948, 4
Di-.'Katharine Burr Blodgettof :' ti4)Ntal: SERIES "A", and adoptionand 4
its passage I
-AA", 'IT;: -UB-, ISSCEN' 4
General Electric, Schenectady,, AR> 1. 1957, Ak ij) YATVR1NGJANCARY authentication by the signature :
N.;Y.. famed researcher inventor I. 1! 7NOTICD of the presiding officer and 1

of non-reflecting glass bornin pursuant :to is the iiUKKur; provision GIVEN uf Sec that the Clerk of the Commission and I Department :

'Schenectady, 50 years ago. lion 4 of the Issuing solution publication thereof one time in a .
Charles W. Brown, recently dated April I. 1937. the undersigned newspaper of general circulation I
The Hoard of Pablle Instruction
resigned president of the Western for'tbe Count of ilonroe. State ofFlorida published in The City of Key ,

Fort Maryland Gaines, Ga.Railway, 68 years, born ago.in by Sinking offer, Fund having to pin-chase a In surplus Its Interest an.t dues here and theomtslanding West Passed Florida.and adopted by the I! I

Virginia Louis, A.ex-undersecretary Johnson, of West of -A". .Florida XI AA"U"Refunding Special bonds., "BB of Tas Ilonroe,Bondserle I..ueao.School County. Dis.trict ->*. City held 1948. Commission this 6th day at of a January meeting i I I The Key West Citizen Ii j

Va. 57
born in Roanoke, ,
war, nary 1. 1>17, and maturing January A. MAITLAND ADAMS.
years 1. lit7. Th.' saM oard shall I I. .i iI
ago reielve sealed tenders' fur. said Attest: Mayor I
Roy L. Thompson, president of Bonds on February 12. 14*.A The VICTOR LOWE. 'I
th$ Federal Land Bank of New Board reserve the right to, acceptor I City Clerk. I I .
tenders in
reject any or accordance

Orleans born in Gilsburg, Miss, with the issuing Resolu JanlO.1948 i: .'A..A.A.._._..____.._.._.... ..-..-.. ............ ........A.A..A..
71 f ago.Itobinson .
years tion.Dated
at Key West Florida this
Jeffers of Carmel ilk Day vf .1 . AM 9eaiw
California poet born in Pittsburgh ; j. : RLi'i.ttTg: : STRONG ARM BRAND. COFFEE .
Chairman. 4'ha Hoard <>f bib- I '
61 years ago. Instruct Kin-for the County of TRIUMPH :-,' ..: :
Monroe. State. of Florida ,
AttestWItX.ni. : COFFEE:
Many comercial firms vary the > M ALBfRY I
Quality of their tea according to SuperiateiMieBt\ .f.r.M. .. Ii .ir c- MILLat :
lion and kx Officio Secretary: of .
the kind of water in various the Board 9t Public Instruction
for the of ) ...... .
regions stronger tea being provided County Slate I
All Grocer
,f Florida. (SEAL)
in hard-water areas. J4ulelJfi 6 . r . ,':tf S? -.rmogwfi, gSBffiggg -Sf25gJ. .! .-!- Jj D:i= :f.'Yf'mfrtiITtf'rJ tr ..
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WM.U. Observes 'I| gram were Mr.. Edna Albury Seeks Divorces t--MRS., N. K.PEARCE
-; Key High Varsity :Mrs. Lois Eden Mrs. Bennett I
Petitions seeking divorceswere
Nichols and Mrs1 .
Commemoration i Mrs. Bro nie Mrs.. Nellie K. Peaite.!! 4M

I Daniel Sharp. filed yesterday with Cir- ; White-street.has wwi a $lee 4tfc

Defeats Homesteaders GOLFERS TO ,PLAY HERE Year This WeekThis I The monthly business; meeting cuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer I|prize In Qofr --O--aamHIC
by Clarence McKincyie '
followed with MrsDaniel
i is "CommemorationYear" and : contest. Her .ktlteo ef winning -

In Basketball Friday SUNDAY AGAINST LOCALS for year the Woman's Missin-l[Sharp Arrangements, chairman;were presiding made ..for I.against by Beatrice Carnetta L. Ridley against name Beawegwd. fur. M-

,ary Union Auxiliary to the a shower to be given this month James W.: Ridley. |sie the cow's butt calf plw. a

TEAM WILL TACKLE ST.' Home Boys) 'WbW Southern Baptist Convention for' the FloridaBaptist: Institute.'for, The Japanese have been using: :J25 word statement, weN ire-
t Plans also completed'
which were
was organized sixty years salted whale meat and blubberin ; ponsible' for her ahare in $IM00
..' PETER AND PAUL OF DAVIS AT BENNING Defeated in Miami, Out I ago.On j W. M. U. members to attend the their diets for many years._ cash prizes.APPELROUTH'S .
i- m The Weather Monday afternoon the quarterly meting to beheld' on' --

MIAMI\ AT TONIGHT'S For Rcvciige, 'Iu :Tills Baptist W. M. U. meet at the January 13, in Homestead. .
church for the commemoration
CAME Tj9s Tomorrow; FORECASTKey I program which follows: I PAL Meets Monday Fashion f
West-and 1 The Store Of
Vicinity: Mostly
Sixty years of Royal Ser- PAL will hold a meeting
Their spirit high after win- Joe Lopez professional at the partly cloudy with little changein vice"; devotional. Miss Holly Monday evening at 7:45 o'clock .

ning last night from Homesteadthe Key West Golf. l\fi.!; said today { temperature this afternoon tonight Johnson. t in the' Parish Hall on Windsor .

Key West Conchs of the 25 Miami: Country Club-'-'mcm-_- and Sunday. Gentle to Those taking part in the pro- Lane. .. I .
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School basketball outfits moderate or S
High northeast and
: east
bers will be.in Ky West tomorrow .
came back to the city today determined to play,a return. match.with winds,' occasionally fresh off I r .

to take the measure of shore.; .
local amateurs. : cIt ., .
St. Peter and Paul team of Miami Florida: Mostly cloudy extreme e.. .
will be low-ball .
in the to be playedat a mathl t north portion .
game partly cloudy '5 .
y with the teams playing in',four-. < :
the high gym tonighLThe south-arid, central portions today. "S .
; .
St. Peter and Paul team somes. Partly ''cloudy tonight ,and Sun- : : I

i 4 has won three and lost one this The visitors will be'entertain day. Cooler extreme north por rTt'e I it may be a dress .
( ed at luncheon at 11 30 o'clock tion'today and tonight and over .. .
year The outfit is virtually a .
morning and the north portion Sunday otherwise : ear
veteran team which the g k Ra c 7. tomorrow : e I
gave 1 sr sEyI '
rounds are scheduled to'get Underway little change in temperature. '"

Struggle Catholic last league: 'year.in Miami a an hour',later;' 4 J. .-Jacksnnvilip.! through the Florida ;! t I I II 1 .

The Miamians defeated {the lw- Straits and East Gulf of Mex-
Both games played last: night cats when they 'played, on the ico: 'Gentle to moderate winds, tl S ..
pt Homestead were close nearly north-to'northeast south today T .
Miami Country Club,'course last'. ever l
fill the The fact that the I :
way. and
i tonight becoming variable .
August and Lopez+ ard- the.home
Junior Varsity and the Varsity Sunday and' west to smith- .
boys are'outO; foe hatweet' << 1 .
teams won their contests can "' 'westerly over north portion ex- .
be laid to the fact that the thing called 'reycngV, : f'f *cept'shifting to northerly! ex- .
He said further.ihe4 corisk: ers' w : it could be suit .
J players fought every inch of the treme north portion this: afternoon a '
way. the local -co rse.'barde' dlay'than ) and tonight Partly cloudy tl ( S
; the Mian Country Club.. weather. ,
At the end of the half, the Junior \ S
ti.cd' Homestead J.V.'s inks, with four'" : or: five: strokes J; Jacksonville .Apalachicola: S !# ..
Varsity more needed. asa"?trite,- :.onthe.. .,No'.small craft or storm warn- R' i S .
10 all. The final "
at' score -
Stock Islandeotntq' ,.' F -,' :i ings.have been ..Issued.Report: .
22 to 12, Homesteaders '. ". I .
was thq -- .- ,'I ;! or' :.--:..:... -' .
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making: only two point the en- .
f tire second hail 2 Games$tut d aIn t /i ; ... t ..

;Varsity also was tied with 'Key West-FU," Jan. J In. 1 I-MR 1 '. ..

Homestead Varsity at the end Island] City'k(Observation taken at City Office, : .'; 'a--
of the half, 12 to 12. While Key i 8:30: AJkL. EST) .

West Varsity made 13 points in .. f ..t' ....
Temperature .
the second half, the Homcitoad Baseball)l :tt0At ; .Highest yesterday '-,. .73 .. ? ..
team only accumulated 4 extra (AP Photo' ; p .
Lowest\ last night :. .:. 66 .
points.The final score was Key. LT. GL :NN DAVIS former Mean ...____ __ .. ., 70 ; .
West 25, Homestead 16. jfootball star at West Point examines 1 p. 'm. Sunday ,.tternoon. Normal _____, _,' ___ .. 69
Coach Pepper said today he army equipment upon another doubleheader of the.!, / '.' Precipitation: ': it can be both ? ,> :

wished that someone would do- his arrival at Fort Benning. Island City Baseball League]Total last 24 hours ___ .00 ins. : :
nate the use of a bus to take Ga. for a 22-week course in will get under ,way..The opening\Total this month .02 ins. and you look :
his players out of town. Infantry training. He was non- contest will bring- together: : the j Departure this month.62 ins. .e : : wonderful in it :

"We didn't get back to Key commital: on the army's recent San Carlos nine.'and the'U.. S. i Total this year __. ..___ .02 ins. I.
refusal to him discharge S'I' : A,drttt,'don In dark and dots :
West until 3 a. m. today" said grant a Gilmore. }Departure this year -.62 ins. :

Pepper. "We had two old cars football. to play professional The second contest will find,! Relative Humidity : ... a bolero jacket done in :
which broke down on us and the Blue Sox and' Pirates locked I I at 8:30 A.M.Barometer' .

delayed us considerably." in mortal 'combat. Lai-go! 85% -." c don.Together' something very :
The Key West team wore part Honorable crowds are turning out each t .
Umpire : :
for for
(Sea Level)' 1:30 A.M. pcfel for yoo, him, .
pf their new uniforms, which Sunday and interest is running 1 .

cost a total of $350, during the Wants \ Too high due tQ 'the'fad that, only I. '. Tomorrow's 30.15 ins. -Almanac mbs. 4 sit : Saturday night. Black sheerS

Homestead game. They wore Money, two games separate the last club'Sunrise, "- 7:13: a.m. S Lb blouse dot!
red jerseys and gray pants. At from the first. .411 players: that Sunset 5:57: p.m. : rayon; crepe polka
Itj The Aiwwiatrd l ) %,4a t.Rr
/ rr
tonight's'game they will break OSAKA, Japan-You'd ,think were on holiday"vacationWarfe j Moonrise .. : 7:35 ajn. I' : print skirt and Jacket in gold :
out, for the first time grey now back and"eactt, dqb will bet Moohsct .-. 6:40: pjn. ,.' r : I :
jerseys, grey pants and grey sa- the Hon. Baseball Umpire in at its' ltd strengt .' The,..second t New Moon ..' .,January 11, 1948 and block. or aqua and black Exclusively Yours .
would be he being :
Japan happy, :
tin warm-up shirts. contest shouM.' be a pitchingduel i KKKKLKYFASHIONS:
the only one anywhere in the '.. rayon Canton Crep
Sts. .Peter and Paul wear blue "between,Monk; Meyers, : TIDES : :
world who never is heckled or .i; : '
and gold. Stella f -.servicehih g r, of the I Tomorrow : : Size 9 to 13. .
bawled out by players or fans. :. e :'. ,dyxar+ .
Blue Sox and the always reliable (Naval Base) .\.' .
Maybe you didn't know that.! pitching policeman, Gabe (Eastern Standard Time) t'".t.'::1. '\f .
Cheer Leader Well,, he's immune from criti- La$tres. .. High Low : :: : .
cism all right. He's consideredthe 10:44: a.m. 4:14: a.m. r ? : :

Iniures emperor's personal represen- 9:51 p.ra 3:11: p.m. *
SpineSILVER tative. High School ."" > l.y fd4r6
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Anyway, he isn't happy The ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
SPRINGS; M-Hope Umpires of Japan's Professional "" J Reference Station: Key West J a n 1 .
Henderson. 16-year-old dhear Baseball League say if they Girls. K :'C(Lagers. :? -m .* Tim.'ofl|Height of ,
leader at Montgomery Blair High EtaUoaTide .. .. i r
don't get an 80 per cent wage (high S1tA CTUh I Vv .tAw/
School, arched her back to make! Bahia Hndaohr.( .
increase by next season "there ( ( a
a leap while practicing cheer- SvamF404 idmin. _
won't be any umpiring, therefore J; (bridge) :=--- 0.0 ft.
leading stunts, walked 200 yards No Name Keyf 2hr rE + .
either. .
no baseballing, .
and collapsed. I The High School Girls "B" (east side) 20 miD 4
The league management 'is
Doctors, who examined her.
and the Alumnae, .opened the Boca ChicaOhI'. .
gin due consideration to the y
said her spine was injured in the Basketball League gameslast (Sandy Point) 40 miD.Cades ,
both t umpires-as befits the empe City
leap paralyzing legs.
\ Channel +2hr.
in .the
She is given a good chance to ror's representatives-but so far night hiih school _.. .
in a slow .g mc. in which' (north end) lOmin +1.4 ft. You it l>e smart ana knos. b, 1
recover, however. no more money. _. gym cOo !
-- the "BV were thoroughly lick- (NOTE: Minus sign-corr-c- young, softly rounded Georgiana v
HE BEGS WIFE TO STOP DIVORCE ed. The score was 40 to 4 in fav-\' tions to be subtracted. Plus

--..- or of the Alumnae. Cleo Ro am sign-corrections to be addedJMarkets casual. In aqua, pink, green 'a .
n -, scorer'
the Alumnae's high ,
was : .
1 Sizes 12 to 40.EVHOtD .' ,
or ;
with 15 points.'She was also the in Philadelphia, Chicago f grey '. 4S .F. ..

i ia 1 high scorer for the evening. Ann Baltimore, Louisville.; SKRUN '.""' ,-:' ii'" .
Yates made the only field goal Washington St. Louis. Pittsburgh 1', ";; ..

..1.1t for the B team. ,' Cincinnati and New Or- / .; .

t The second game between the leans absoib large quantities of Every; Day 'We Add More and More ..

Naval Ordnance and Beach- fresh water turtles while few arc tS ..
l ;2qr1 combers was a very fast game sold in Kanras City Omaha NEW SPRING DRESSES r .
but scoring; was ::slow. It was' 3 Nashville: and Detroit. MADE BY THE BEST MAKERS at POPULAR PRICESA i// .

to 0 for Beachcombers in the 1 Tew of the Makers Include: .. ., 3w .
first quarter. Tied 4 all most of The sun is believed t-j rotateon .
4) :MrMiiHru Cotton; .Aiiiictla I/Aigloii _
the second quarter and a fin'l': its axis_in about 27 days.
score of 16 for the Beachcombers( I 9 Hoj.e ieidMayflower Mary Allen .

? to 15 for the Naval Ordnance STRAND THEATRENow i Mnrllia Manning .Jonathan Logan
.Q a Demeritt points each and for Kerr the chalked Beachcombers. up 5 Showing I I"CROSSFIRE" Trudy hail Jr. Nato Scott a Carol: King : BROADCLOTH BLOUSES :

.r t Belcher and Fellows'made : :
4 ; Robi. Young Rob Mitchum I Complete Line of

4 each for 'the Naval Unit. Halhiiig ;nits, Beach Kobcs and All Kinds rRt-WA QUAlifY BROADCLOTH $
sr the E. P. C. Starting Sunday ,
In the nightcap 20. "RIFF RAFF" i I of Mollir: for Hracli and SttinuningHIJIIBEI : SANFORIZED/ AND MERCERIZED $3 00
L 618 topped the C. Y. C. 23 to ( I I .
Pat O'Brien-.Anne Jeffreys
The C. Y. C. was handinppcd.howcn'r Everyone knows the classic beauty and :
{ SHOES in All Styles for Etearit and v/ashabtuty
by the leak of some Flay of broadcloth
I : genuine blouses. Precision
boa : Mora MONROE THEATRE for LADIES. MEN and CHILDREN tailored perfect t :
of their players. made Now S fit roomy pockets beautiful pearl buttons. Peter Pan col- :
for his C. Y. C. mates as Showing lar
ii1 points "BOOTS as shown. Also with pointed collar. Short-sloevo
high man. Moore of the E. P. C. Maynard i iI CONTINUEDREDUCTIONS : models too. Get several in whito and lovely colors. ;
had 15 points to his credit.
Tonight the :girls will have Starting: Sunday _

k School another game game with before Saints the Peter High "ALLA Tito Guizar EN EL-TROPICO".Chaflaa s 1 SALE

V Sara Garcia Ii Continues
and Paul of Miami The ::ir13' Tito cants .arias canciones On ALLVinter (Good :
Varsity will tackle thtf! C. Y. C. Spanish Picture

i1 girls. _. __ Coats Suits Dresses I .ei .
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'1 Y wa! i COATS SlTlTsTDRESSESReduced

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and StormALL
'ka' SPORTS WEAR for Men\
METAL and Boys to S1QOO and S1500 :
I by Wilson and McGregor .
\ AWNINGSJf1 Corduroy Lounge Jackets Sport, Coats

N, Paz i OPEN-ICt A Distinctive Awning i Sweaters Sport Shirts : BEACHWEAR by i

I 9 LOll and Short Sle.wesII
When CLOSED-Ifg A Perfect Storm Shutter
AP TVlr.photO> Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice of Colors. MEN br NUNN BUSH and ,
STEVE STRECX gets on beaded knee la a hall outside Circuit Monogram or Design FREEMAN ITS :
Simple 10 Operate FHA Terms Model on Demonstration ROBES 1'1.\ SliTSAPPELROUTH'S :
Court In Chicago! and pleads with his estranged wife. Anna. to
Installed 614 GREENE 1 eS _
drop her diverce suit and agree to reconciliation. She had LEE BROS ST.

charged him with cruelty. A little! later they left the building by PHONE CHAS. ARONOVITZ DEPARTMENT'

together and Mrs. Stride: said she would consider propositionto Phone for FREE Es1lmal.i .I sTaRE :

tart anew. Her attorney. Victor Frohlich. watches. [Key: West's Largest Store : _.... _
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