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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. LXIX. No. 10 KEY WEST,,FLORIDA, MONDAY JANUARY 12, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENT&-

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NOTED EDITOR, I U. S. SUB TRANSFERRED. TO TURKEY ,:C.G. ,PLANE TAKES f Bradley Resigns




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,MAKING VISITSTASSEN I TOJRTUGAS TO MIAMIKey ,Recreation JobsMANAGER

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I, West Naval Ye***!Ii.

''Marc\ Hose, Senior Editor I i. Stands By To Assist lit 8 Bandits RobTelAviv SPALDING SELECTS -

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TESTIFIES: Of Reade '8 Digest, Is Rescue Of Fisherman' PAUL ALBURYTO : QUESTIONED
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Bank i. HEAD RECREATION .. __
At Casa Marina; Other
From Fort
Jefferson 1

Noted Writers Here L While a Navy destroyer stood Of $50,000.00 I IRr I DEPARTMENT I II

I Ellis L. Bradley today submitted -
Several noted writers paintersand i by ,in Key West to render any I II << ; Tat ..."_,.....Prr...) his resignation effectiveat I
editors are now in Key Weal help possible the Coast Guard TEL-AVIV Palestine Jan. 12.-

Marc Rose, senior editor ofReader's said. today that an airplane ,Eight masked men and women once, to City Manager Ralph

Ay1 r. Digest and hL wife are w .,a I flown from its Miami base had t tI :today raided abank here and Spalding as weights and meas-
escaped with between $50 and '
ures and license inspector.The 'Gtr
at the Casa I
x at present registered I earned an injured shark fL11-1' $70 thousand dollars.
Marina Hotel. A cocktail party erman from Fort Jefferson I Each member of the gang was resignation was accepted

was given yesterday for Mr. and I Tortugas to Miami for treat I I armed and forced employes to with regret by Spalding who

Mrs., Rose at the home of Mr. and jr y ment. I pass out money from drawers.I j said that Bradly was going into
: 1421 The! fisherman, who was identified -! Some of the bandits were so bold he
Mrs Everett Winter at I j business for himself. Bradley
-- u '. 'as Robert Byet. J r.. 3','01I I they took money from customers -I
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Whalton street I said, had been doing entirely too
(A}> VVIrephoto) Sarasota, fell aboard his own I some of whom were in the:I
Present were Eugene Lyon, I vessel the shark fishing boat. !bank to make deposits and others i iI much for the city.
Reader's THE FLEET-TYPE U.S. Submarine Boarfish (above) is one of who had made withdrawals.The I
Digest ,
editor'of
roving ,
Silk off Dry Tortugas at noon I Bradley had been serving as
are four. submarines the United States is transferring to Turkey. I British command announced -:
who also
and Mrs. Lyon, : yesterday. I II. director
This picture was made at her launching in Croion Conn., in 1944 I today that 690:)() persons have recreation ever since
f- making an,extended stay in the Dr. Al: IL Hamilton a I
: It was announced in Washington Friday that 15 naval vesselsof physiciJ. been violently killed in Palestine Victor Lowe former director
city, and Mr. and Mrs.' Lee'JLGoddard. various types are being transferred under the Turkish aid an of the Public Ser-J.I!since November 23.I : : became City Clerk. Bradley
the should beheld
pvice. thought man '
in Palestine ]
But'at least
one area -
at Fort Jefferson until the'I I himself said he had joined Don-
John Dewey,who is perhapsthe \ has not had any killings and
_. seas died down. The Coast old Cormack and that they
-- -- -- -- I 5 is living in comparative Deace
foremost
nation's philosopherand
prograza.Billion Guard ships were all at sea in That community is on the Sea of would operate the old Panama

who taught philosophy for $ $669 Million other sections. 1 Galilee. with the population comprising Market 535 Francis street after

many'years at Columbia Univer- I, This morning the doctor re- !I thr e-quatr>rs Jews and, Friday. .
I sity, and his wife are now living cevied a radio message from Fort 1 the remainder Arabs. I The City Manager said that
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( WIrephoto) in their South street home down )Jefferson that the condition of :
he had selected Paul Albury to ,
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Amount Of Federal
STASSEN. here for the' winter. Bulget'Advocate Byet had grown worse during'''I I wind had increased over yester- I head the recreation department I
HAROLD E. a candidate is 88 and has retired I
Dewey I j the night, and the Coast Guard : avs' Klr w nf about 30 mil1. for 90 days. He said he would CHARLES LOWI (left), idcali-
the from but day he
for teaching
Republican presidential every immediately arranged to send, Th Coast Guard cot in touch collector of back taxes fled by officials of Monmouth
indus- appoint a
be
writing
seen as .
nomination testifies in may { President an airplane from Miami to getthe with the Navy here and a destroyer -'I I
By Tax
triously as ever out in the sun- { and other fees as soon as county* New Jersey, as Ute
Washington Friday before a ordered to stand by
injured man to a hospital as was
of his home. Collector Archie Roberts had
shine in the rear 1 owner of a farm where 50 too
senate, appropriations ,subcommittee I Doris Lea, who is a nationally- 1 quickly as possible. for further instructions.The brought in recommendations."The of found. fa
I explosives
inquiring into specula- .recognized painter is visiting' SAYS INCOME THIS* ,, When the plane left Miami airplane, landed and loaded reason why I am naming I were

tion. H. asserted that high I with her husband Arthur Blanch. I this morning the Coast Guard the man aboard after some Albury head of the recreation questioned at Asbury Park. N.
administration "Insiders' have Then Benedict Thiclm who is YEAR WILL CE $431: Marshall\ Goes I were not at all sure the'aircraft;[ dificultv. The aircraft took off department for only 90 days is J. by Detective Sgt. Harold tJi

made a profit of about $4.000.- I married to Virginia Beresford \ could land at Dry Tortugas. The ,at 12:11 p. m. bound for Miami. because the work will be moreor I Lainbertson (right) of the New
TO
BILLION SOME
000 by trading in commodities and who is a well-known. writer, ; Before HouseAffairs less done at the end of thattime" i Jersey state police. The discovery

since the, war. i are' also here. REDUCE DEBT said Spalding.We can I was made after a large
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-- I B'nai Zion consider what we will do about shipment of TNT consigned to
:Extension Of tor The A'lal" r........ Unit Congregation recreation after the 90-day period t
Judge LopezAnnounces ._ I, Palestine was found en a Jersey -

I WASHINGTON' Jan. U-I; 4 Hy ire AwcUlr Pre.) 1 :* I I City pier. ,
the
To Time\ Asked For President Truman submitted a'1 a WASHINGTON, Jan. 12..Secretary Has Installation Dinner, i I expect of to a temporary make appointment tax I
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If budget to congress today calling Marshall today I collector for 90 days also. ,Hw,l;Issue I
l' for the !exependiture, of_$39'' before \tfie Jjouscthq.,ForeigA tc:1.'m: .k work should be pretty well 'fih- Ballots-ami.: .-

. A.: u.c el;.. FJftl. ;:W rk: 1-Pic.IS': blho n,- $G99< 'fmltyon> :-tor. the fis putt\ .. x111 'int> 'Hear Speeches Last Night ished in that period. We wantto I Vnlnnfppr
Fnr
" Court cal +yea r beginning next July congress to appropriate $ see that all back taxes- are _...
f-Circuit Judge Associated Securities Corporation I .a V& VA "' '''&
,1:;Lopez; Jr., informed The Citizen of Miami ,has applied to 1. j$3.million! for jjhe. .rehabilitation! JOE PEARLMAN IS IKJ f collected It is unfair to other
of the
4 today, that he is :a candidate to' army engineers with offices in Seventy-nine percent of Europe during the first 15 taxpayers to have some" who Fire ElectionSample

succeed himself subject to held;the, Jacksonvillec, for an extension{I he amount stated of will the proposed g9 toward budget.:,payment months .the Marshall'Plan 'is, in STALLED AS PRESIDENT : 2 Grass FiresCity I have not paid their taxes.
Democratic primary to be 1930, to i
of time till December 31. {
1 of expenses'that stem back operation.It bali !s were issuer I today -
iri. May. I complete work on a pier under was stated that's majority FOR ENSUING firemen were called out Jbe
members of the
-All of the circuit court ,to World War II and, expenditures to all:
seven construction and to. build. another of Republicans :in the house favor f Temperaluresji,
to extinguishgrass J
twice Saturday Fire 1)(0-
and Monroe that will be needed to conserve Key West olunteer
in the Dade
judges I pier at. te, foot :of Loquat 1 the reduction of that'sum.{ 12 MONTHS
fires. election
another 7:30 A.M.. E.S.T. heW
county'' district will run j.I i peace and prevent pertinent to br tomorrow
drive in Garden Cove Key Lar- Some few, it was added, will advocate -
for renomination or nomination.''I. cutting the amount t in'' Members and guests of Congregation ,I First call was at 4:13 p. m. night at Fir1I..1IaI'-
'Judge' Lopez said. go.The hearing I war.Twentyone per cent of the : B'nai Zion and the from West Poinciana where Station- ters. City Hall from 7 t to 9 ft m.

"However he pointed out, inth'is will engineers be held state on the no application -- I budget will be used for social ):two.A majority of house Republicans Ladies Auxiliary gathered last: : someone set fire to a pile of trash Atlanta ..,,__..___.__.. 33 Candidates are listed M follows -
part of the' district onlyuresident ; j l but objection be welfare work, and only $7 billion i also favor the creation of night at 6:30 clock in the : and GCa:>;j. Billings .. __'n_ 20 :
: of Monroe county can I' letter.may II $822 million will be used for an administration commission. to Overseas:>> restaurant and partid- Second call was from near the Birmingham -.__ 46 For chief-Leroy Torre. Clar

be. a candidate. filed with them by the operation and maintenanceof I. direct: the operation of the Mar- pated in a dinner marking the j. Casa Marina Hotel at 10 p. m. Bismark .. ._. _______.- __ 11 i, Thompson Hamtften PH-
A law was passed to that ot effectbecause I'I the government during the shall Plan. Secretary Marshallhas installation of new officers. I I Neither fire caused any dam- Boston ._._ --.__, 20 Fence and Charles Withams.For .
of the smallness Monroe's declared that the plan shouldbe .
Another D.D.Reaches fiscal year.President Buffalo 32 first assistant ctaef-John
More tha 70 age. --
were !
population, as compared I[ operated by the Department] persons present ... ._ _
,, Truman estimatedthat I I I and enjoyed the fine { Charleston 40 CarbuneH.) Jr.. and CoHwn 1..1t.I .
this
;withP4de'sOtherwisee, ; the income of the govern- of State adding that there cannot ) program I:I. Chicago m_____._ __, _. __ 31 For second asMetant dueI-
county would not be able to elect City ment this fiscal year will be $45: ', be "two secretaries of stat**.**, which started with the officers and members: of the Corpus Christi ______......-.- 64 I John SpotUwood.
on.with of America and invocation
la candidate against I an
I billion of which Secretary of Agriculture Ander- singing i board elected for the ensuing Denver __. 25
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billion. $6 .m For
decreasing son today testified before the i year: Detroit .. .__ 36..
should be applied to ) ou h- m W. Roberta
Judge Lopez further stated USS Rich a destroyer. arriv- senate banking committee in After dinner Abe Wolkoff ,, El Paso ...___ 38
I I of $256 billion. I Joe Pearlnun, president; --------i u
''that he will make his formal announcement here tis morning and swelled to the public debt recommending the rationing of, who acted as toastmaster, calledon Charles Aronovitz;: Vice president Ft. Worth __. ___ _,_. .__ 53 For department trewtuer --
in The Citizen at a I I seven the number of such Na- lie advocated decreases in the meat and meat products. S-?na-1 Rabbi Schwartz to install the : financial Galveston __.__ __ 60 Paul Archer.

'later date. val vessels in Key West for extended income tax in the lower brad-I tor Toby of New Hampshire. a ,officers.: The Rabbi made a moving : ; Isadore Weintraub, Holts- Jacksonville ____.._,_ 41 For department surg.wa, twoto
Candidates will run m seven I training duty. The Rich eta but favored increase member of the committee, said 1 I talk during the installation. secretary; Herman Kansas City ___ .. ..woo _, 40 be elected-Dr.: Lewgant ti

groups. The other aspirants, are I got in from Charleston. S. IX, poration taxes to offset the that beef shortages two months delivered I I berg, corresponding secretary, KEY WEST no -____._._. __ 72 Conly., Dr. Frank E. Be-wecr. Dr
Judges Ross' Williams George E. and immediately joined the Fleet sums lost in lowering the taxeson from now will be so acute there,II The principle address was i and Sidney Einhorn, treasurer. Key West: Airport ..__,..-_.- 71 Edward Goiuafez Dr. Herman

Holt Marshall Wiseheart Stanley i Training Group. I I ,;mall incomes. will not be any need 6f ration- by .Joe Pearlman. lie ':'I: Directors are: Dr. Herman K. Los Angeles __._ .. _. 53 K. Moore Dr. J...... De***> Dr

] 'MiUed e'. Charles Carroll and now here Comment of}Republican con- ing. I I spoke on "Congregation "B'nai''I. Moore chairman; George Kantor Louisville ____.- __ .- 36 A. II. Hampton aad Dr. J. Sil-
destroyers
Other
N. Vernon Hawthorne. I h o use Zion. Present and Future. lIe' Sam Silberman, Arthur Mul-. II.fi2n''I" verio
of ress'" 'U,7 ------ ---
i are the USS No flag ship USS I members, indicated that the sum I I touched on the highlights of the 1 berg and Mr. Rosenfeld. Minneapolis u.- -=- --- -=- :- : 2.:! I For a;*t t mt .eueewl John

Nicholas Camero j the Fleet Sonar School; the surface asked for by the President will Burglars Break I early history of the local Jewish I Standing committees appointed Memphis .-.______ -_..- 47 Gardner.
attached to the
Sarsfield I be materially reduced before the Congregation since its inceptionin Pearlman New Orleans .__-_._.___ 60
President are:
detachment by
anti-submarine development down to the I ___ 30
is adopted.The 1890 and traced it New York m"
Died Sunday P.M.\ and the USS New the budget President also favored the Into Ramos Store present time. Membership: Abe Wolkoff, Norfolk ..___ 2.3:

USS Wilson the USS Holder, the I i I i chairman, Charles Aronovitz, Oklahoma City ___.__ ._ 45; Goes '1'0State
It extension of Social Security to He then described the Synagogue -I Sawyer
Prowlers broke into the
the )
I USS: Damato.. all attached to whole-j t and George Kantor. Omaha r.3':
.Nicholas Camero, C7, died Sunday I Fleet training group.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. farm workers workers in households ,sale store of II. Ram & Company the adjoining house: the Education: Dr. Herman Moore, Pensacola ._..._ __..__ __ 5"

afternoon at 2:50 o'clock in, and, in some instances, to I I 300 Front street, some time Social Room and the Hebrew I chairman; Isadore Weintraub, Roanoke ., ,_..:-,--,_. ... _. 34 MeetingSheriff
his residence 908 Duval street. men and women who are self- j I I Friday, but it is not yet known School which recently were and Sidney Einhorn.Entertainment SL Louis u 4?

Funeral services will be held PRESCRIPTIONSCompounded RJWSr; employed. I I I what, if anything was stolen according completed. I : Robert Pul- San Francisco _.--.. n __ __ 501 I
afternon at 5:30 to a report filed today Berlin A. Sawyer k-P
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tomorrow Short talk; were also made Sam Silberman.and San Antonio .. .
chairman
by ExperiencedPharmacists lock, -- -
&clockin the chapel of Pritchard with the sheriffs office. i by Vice President Charles Aron- ; Seattle .- 621 for Daytona Bech U<4.? fc ..t-
James Mac- The entered the store Mr. Stutz. tend the annual convcnU uf. O-
Funeral Home. Rev. men _. I
Connell of' St Paul's Church GARDNER'S PHARMACY Masonic\] NoticeRegular through the rear window and, ovitz, Secretary Isadore Wein- { Ways and Means: Charles Tallahassee 541' Florida State Sheriffs Asore
I Em- Tampa
traub and Treasurer Sidney
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will officiate. Burial will ba inl 1114 Division St. Cor. Varela generally ransacked the pldce A ; Aronovitz.. chairman IsadorI 35 tion.
the family plot in City. Cemetery Phone 177 Free Deltoryeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Communication of Anchor check is being made today to determine horn as well as members of the I Weintraub. Herman Holtsberg.j Washington lie expects to return here ilt.ut
Lodge. No. 18%. F. & A.M. if anything was stolen. board of directors. The benediction j George Kantor, Jake Aronovitz, Friday

Survivors include the widow, TONIGHT. Monday. Jan. 12th. j The store was formerly operatedby was given by Rabbi I and Abe Wolkoff.

Ynes Camero: two daughters 1948. 730 o'clock. 1 j ..Monsalvatge and Dranc. Schwartz. The following are the t Welcoming and Sick: Sidney I POOR OLD CRAIG I

Mrs. Isabell Valdez and Mrs. Eu- SEALED BEAMHEADLIGHTS Special election will be held. I Einhoin. chairman, Arthur Mul- SERVICE STATION ..s 1'1> .... ,... .. ., 134: DOOGt:
gene Smith: a sonAlberto Camera All members are summoned to I i berg and Paul J. Sher. Division at Francis Phone 9134 I { :Si\L
; a sister, Mrs.. Mercedes, 0 be present by order [ The dinner closed with thei CHAMPION !Ili'U1 f 4.Daor Siedan

9 Acosta; a brother, Manuel Cameto -!! AUSTIN ROBERTS. WARNING i I singing of the Star Spangl Outboard Motors 127.00 1348 PLYMOUTH 4-DR. SEDAN

and seven grandchildrenCELOTEX ROTS,KEY WEST> AUTO PABTt Gerald Adams. W.M. !: Banner and the benediction by I Opp .ih

121 Dun Street Secretary. Rabbi Schwartz. N1\V ARRO. Int Bus station
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f oae fUI I I' .... ......... ... .......... .. --- --- Visit the*- -. ---- --

WALIPIAN K!I Auy person!! caught destroying or removing : BRADY'S OCEAN VIEW Dining -
Room
ANNOUNCEMENTDR.
_at-' GRADE ,AA WESTERNSTEAKS E. GONZALEZ any property. from in, or around the Key West!! I With Its Display of 22 Different

I Stadium Mill be the fiilU -for- Species of Mounted Game Fish I Free Dance
STRUNK LUMBER YARD Municipal prosecuted to
Re-Opens Office I I CHOICE POULTRY We Specialize in Seafoods of I
TELEPHONE III_ e!!!t extent of the law. AU Kinds at Reasonable Prices
1214 White Street Phone Sot Also Steaks and Chicken Dinners TUEhDAHM1MM.: .
The World's Finest- Thursday. Jan. 15. 1948. at ........_. ..4.4.PALACE .. and Regular Dinners at I'

,44ftIUUIUJIUIUIlDlllmamnll1tftlllft1llf""IfmIIo rou FEJmE1\S I Charcoal Broiled 300 SIMONTON ST. 1. Popular Prices I American Legion Home

,Oil Spray and CHASSIS-I Opposite Postof lice CITY OF KEY WEST Come and Give Us A Trial With. STOCK ISLAND
THEATER Our New Setup-Best in TowDo-
It saves buying a set. of fender! WEAVER'SSTOCK PHONE 301 !
VICTOR LOWE, Open Daily and Sunday Music by the Thrrr
: Lou Smith Auto Service OFFICE 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M Ginger Rogers Burgess Mereditl, at 7A.Hto10P.H.. I Shsrprf

Whit. at Fleming Ph ae No. I I ISLAND HOURS $;00 P.M. to 7:00 P-M.I City Jerk I "Masmifieent Doll" QUICK SERVICE I 9:00 Till 12:00

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; rg iBr.st .. N's frMHRadio !! Your Horoscope I TODAY INfmSTORY-- t
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I PablUh4 L.fly Exempt Smndmy. by ;<_:, Programs I tI
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t. Fb ARTMAH. Ow *r ..* rkUk r Differences Key'W 3t has h 'with I I
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.JUUUIAN D. ARTMA.f. B Jtau*** EiYvYYYvvYYvvuivvyIyvJ* MONDAY. JANUARY 12. 19481 I 1829-The vexed boundary disr

.'.- C.Prom r..r Cr.Tb. OtUem*n4 Aaa UuUdlnc 8tr. U its citymanagers are almost inconsequential : "- Gone -Today's native is endowed with [, pole-between Maine and Canada I

i l compared with the kickbacks in some Days By ; much definition of purposeand;;referred to Netherlands king for I
: Only Dally Newspaper fa Key "VVeit, and Daytime Summary'teetsd ] is capable of arduous labors. Do, ,
Ifoaro* County cities, :Miami, for instance., I ". ......... s. listed ..!.. 1 ,, not allow your slmpathies too ; arbitration.
.AS
TAKEN
0 ire brvadcstt at tile FROM FILES 1850-The historic Joseph Fran-
*- .ur" at K.y We.\. Florida. aa Mcond ClAM matter One of Key West's managers resign May threugd" Friday.Mm Tim*Urns Is.a'Mea.Ursi: I OF THE CITIZEN OF much prominence. There is a ::jcis; lifeboat takes off 200 people, i

: MEXBKR or THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ed because of a tilt with the Civil Service tract standard.; ens hour3 For central'N msenta&. standard.""sub....,>I I JAN. 12. 1938 grain of mysticism in this'posi-' from sinking British ship off New I
Th. AMOclated rresa U exclusively eotlUd "to srdtwsboijr position and authorship may be
'm : Jersey coast-its first practical
:, creditedto Commission and another was released lIIWWWIUIUUI nu..mtqmrmmn.'JIUDIDHarry i
ee fur reproduction of all news dispatches manager easy of attainment. This
It or Lot otherwise credited in this paper and teat. II Through Daily
.180 the local news published here.On from office because a majority of; JAM. 12 ThROUGH JAN..' M. .Baker was reflected t t 1853-The Baltimore & Ohio I BIBLICAL BULLETIN I.

:: 'CBSC.RIPTIOX' RATESADTfeRTlSCfdHATES1' the commission did not think he as'suf- -.- ..M.rOORoneymoon-'** ., chief and Leroy Torres first assistant -t Railroad, begun 25 years before t
... -,chief. at the annual election There are an estimated half
Tear in II. ': la XJ'T.' -nlw'' reaches its goal the Ohio River.I .
\ it* Months --_- .-,d.:- At, L. .- .J &oe ficinetly capable and efficient.But Breakfast Club-abc: "' held last night by the I million active cases of human tuj I j 1 1871-President Grant appoints t BUMPER CROP IN SIGHtf
Ik re* Month i
in :Miami the trouble as usual, I:15-OiahonLa' Round up.-cbs: Key West Volunteer Fire berculosis in the United States. ,.
OB* M BU| _-, --._- .. J"1! f.!II '_, .;: up ': -Oxark Valley Folks-mb. De a committee to visit San Doming times it seems
Weekly .
,. revolvesaround gambling. As has been *J:00-Fred Wartnr Show-nba partment. Benjamin Sawyerwas I 1 go and report on the desirability :
'.1 Music For Too-vbs ? unopposed for second of annexing'' it to the United some
f assistant p llade 'Known-OH AppifcU64 ..... -, ,the..case many a time, Miami law enforcement -. *ily, Story Prama-abc., '. hief. rH"RTER 0.ten States. On their pathway
TKlVT
j I RESKHAK! UI'* NO. C
,! SPECIAL !fO'l'lCE. officers have waited till the tourist 10:25-Betty It Crocker With Music Talk1o10:30Say -mtwi 1 t t 1912 .- Great strike..of ;tex'tiJei life, UJljwt3

All cardsof! thfenkft..' .....laUo.. action aprornT or vsPeslTsoi OK TUB j workers of Lawrence,.Mass. begins -!Seem to receive rww :'.!
readtnr 11:00
otic.a. ended before taking to -Arthur .
season put
Godfrey
!boprt't:" > Key Westers,. interested in: KM)HI III >ATIOV I.KKV HANK ATiWEST. I I 1 '
win be !
respectobituary 'notices | poems"f etc Breakfast in Eoilywovdah1130Sen WKST. OK kEY H and is followed-byi weeks of work
charged Notice.for at for the>ent rate,rtaJnment of-It tent. by.a-rile.churches.; from. the lid down on gambling, which was Alexander 'Show-mbs boating, will hold a meeting to- TUB STATK OK K-L4IIUUA. ATITHB 1I I rioting.' I :And happfaess ,

Which a revenue is to be derived are'S cents a line. much like farmer's rooting 11:45-Serials (2% hrs.)-CDS night in the Chamber of Com-j I CI.OSB! OK BISlMiSS: O\, the '
a
very up f-l 1920-President Wilson 'calls Yet long ago, Psaiatf
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The Citizen Is an open forum Lad iavlt&s disnssion > merce's offices to
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organize the
( of public Issues and subjects of local orKeaeral stubble after he has 'gathered his crops. Afte,.... (I lnrSr '$K TO r.*,f...." for the first meeting 'of the I II learned -. t
Key West Yacht Club. MA UK BV <-OVtTKOC.l.Kli .1 j I
Interest, but It will not publUh 1200-Wskom. i ,
anonymousfvinuiunicatlona Tra"elenbe I
{ of Nations.
League Of the Slef tfidis .
.., Civicmindedliamians who are Kate Smith Speaks-mbs I Tnt Cl'HHKM'V. fMI :H "KCTH -,I ( .
: >\ :O II. "'. 5.! HKVItKU ,i, 1941-Wendell Willkie comes
12 JO sheep .
-Words and -
Mo Ic-nAc -
STATTTUSI.
against wide-open operations of gambling Daily Band Concerts-mb The WPA announced today i I ASSET'! i i out for Lend-Lease. And the truth that .we sew it !

IMPROVEMENTS' FOB KEY WEST places, have threatened to petition for a 2:00 t:OO-Concert aU.Oour-Dbci that President Roosevelt has approved -! Cash: balance with other j I 1942-President Roosevelt "crc-] teen. .

.: : ADVOCATED BY, THE crnz4p recall election if three members of the -Queen Four for Hours a Day of-Serials mbs -nbo a project for the repair-I L I i receive Lank balance. Intludlns and I.Board.ates the National War Labor I I I In joy we shall surety nep.I .. ;

2:30-Bride and Groom-abo. .. ing of streets in Key C'IUOh .(tern, In process !: I
city commission put into effect their Martin, Block Records-raba amount -allocated is $20,144.Mr. of collection .. .f l. 49.,29.2 i I! 1943-American fighter planes I For Details Reed: I
1. More Hotels' and Apartments. threat to kick Danner S 40-Doable or Nothing cbs United State: Government j!. bomb and blast the enemy in
1 t. Manager out of office Ladies B* Seated-abe ebliiratian dl- I' Psalm 126 ((6931 ,
'
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. because his l:30-ne House Part--cll4 '. rect and guarantee .. 4,4I3.S91.;3 IOhliratktns I Tripoli. I .
of determined stand and Mrs. Frank W. L
w 3. Airports Land and Sea Paul Whiteraan Records-aba ver- of State I(i 1945: Hundreds of American I>

.... 4. Consolidation of County and against gambling gentry, most of whom I 40-Hint Hunt Quiz-cbs ing of Medford, Mass.. have arrived and 51005Corporate political aubdivl- 23?,Ut.o! !i! carrier-based planes from Adra. ,; Publishers-The Mtmihiy Booklet

: are big-timers who breee into Miami I 4:30-Winner Take AH-cbs in Key West for a stayof siSeks' : u tin- Halsey's Third Fleet rips into the i'!; Enjoy Your BiWe-
during
City Governments. Treasury Band Show-abc eluding stock, I.I.I ..
p a few days. Mr. Lovering was I j,I flZeSU-CS Japs about the Philippines.

I. 9.. Community. Auditorium. i the tourist season to harvest gold 4:45-KlddleJl repeats Shows 1 hr. later Iti hrs.)-mbs(west the publisher of the Florida I!!I I of bank Federal) __......"-:-._.."_. 12.M1.90 1946-At request of the President -:|: Some kinds of sponges tss.

among the gullible, bent on trying to hit 6:00-School of the Air-cbs: Keys' Sun 'in Key West for several Loans and discolintii ._ Sla.19Z.il* the steel strike is postponed been taken from ocean b(4taat

L : to .j jackpots or the equivalent of jackpots.One Kiddies later)-Hour abe (west repeat 1 I1r. years, .and then moved his I bap 7.CdS.V premises, furniture owned and a week. I I three miles deep atthe vh amii .

MS-Lnai and Abner-ebs-east printing plant to Pompano, Florida fixtures I1T.23S.3 ... 24.XJLSSHeal 1947-CJ.O. President Philip j sponges live in shallow wa***.
: ::." .MONOGRAPH ". > -- of the city commissioners, is a former I estate owned other I Murray leads a labor attack on ]
I than bank premise 13S8I.Si: : :
." .f. f i"- I chief of police who was ousted on : Investments and others restrictive labor legislation. Sunspots are rarely seen Mar
; George 'C. "Marshall, ? I I ..et.. indirectly representing the poles of the itniEATSNewKIiid.
PROGRAMS
: I c charges of laxity in enforcing, law and or- NETWORK ,ITime Belle Camero. daughter of bank prernmrs -
SecretaryState? ,. i : I Is eastern standard. Fer ctntral or other real A Scottish soldier of fortune
.: .\'14'. *C"I.t 1oH:>" "! I' der.,-He fought his ouster in the courts I standard subtract ne hour.te r 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Camera estate .U.. . ... u.m 11.564..0i''' Skall-;
known "Wild Jock of .
Washington. D.. C. I mountain itandard subtract tws U Whitehead Other awset. ... 24,411.91! as
\ and did not give up his fight until Flori- I hours. S>om. i cal stations cKang:! ( street, who was injured ager;" in the service of Portugal -' I ,
I hour et relay tct tit local schedule: I in an automobile accident; TOT.LSS'n! ; $7,31L14r.iCLI :
Dear George: ... da's supreme court decided against him. I Last minute prcQrsra. chsBfita can I uu u during the Napoleonic War, of CANDYLoses65Lbs.il ;i.
be Included. was reported today to be re- when Portugal owned Brazil, .
:, to ERP While he has little to in Lt!
Your advice adopt tl\e, ,. say the Dan- covering. was the first commander-in- .
D -man l deposits of In-
4 (Marshall Plan) in toto, or start making ner case Miami\ newspapers assert that MONDAY, JANUARY 12 divulnals. partnership chief of the Army in Brazil. Wears Size 12 Again l 'J
: Miss Helen
.
,: arms-in other words, prepare for he is one of the three commissioners whore Evening been in Key West Bragassa visiting, who rela-had *. .and.. .. corporations ... ... -UO": '."1.:8 Nc. Ul aO. :run. (O lane eat to,...*4HwotaiEW to'Mttr >

World War III savors of dogmatism. a determined to dismiss City 5:00-. Xews Report. .IS MIn.-. nbo.Newitcast J Time deposits of Individ- kand W caMl calxl .,y Utt.o.c. .
Manager J'y r, Day- -b.tXetwort tives and friends, returned to Miami I ..al", partnerships no.1tnrp..rationn Bathtubs Lavatories "Toilets ,:
l* lb.Ltohy I- UtIItr.
: There are many well-known economists Danner, but the threatened recall apparently Kiddies Hour Silent-(lepeatat.vWr5tNetwork Houra.t\ yesterday. I 1, Deposits uf United. .. 1.I49.95.22: Kiichen Sinks Water Heaters ZUU It&.kIy* W. ...-.be SL.U Cbsisa.''Md4 sb.batS

&' who are in violent disagreement with has held him and the other two ); Hour Silent(repeat il hrmbss.a.ti4dies )-inl>. -*..t I :States(: Governmentincluding Soil Pipe and Fittings.I I| tile rrmark.iblr..NEW AviS"Lapidy _
: I postal say- rtaajad hc
: it is shot in the commissioners in check. II5-8pnrt: Music! Time-nb4 Florida Temple No. 1, Knights I inKs ..... ... :!'1UO.CI Water Pipes and Fittings ......... Mar Kcdwmg 12 uvaIN ....
;. you, and believe only a In My Opin""'". Talks ciM I of the Golden Eagle. installed I(>-p->-.ts of Slates. and I .Plumbing Supplies : PROOF POSITIVE IAoiMtItL.

arm. intermity itly to be repeated. The -- 6:30: -Cbk-aro_Orchestra-cbs-east, officers at a. mwtinw bd nierh. .. political !, hdlyi.I"o", .. 1.47i.ST.X.S '"',,. ,....y.-, '"'r ...... ..... .!"'"'. -
Thirty-seven million motor vehicles Lum it Abner repeat-cwi-wekt isis-- -" It.pusIts 01 J-4flJ(5 ib.ZS.54:: i lil llld WVlllAJALf iviJW..,K u-j; :;;:-;: -_-
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Lila H noble templer. Other deposits ( rtlii..t, of 14 ISWHY I JfJO
: Plan will prolong peace and prevent ':45-Newscast by Three-nbcLowell ...xpt.anU&T'Not :
were taxed $1,039,000,000 in 1947 by the Thomas (repeat 11)-cbs and cashier's checks, I I .. ..
: until Russia considers herself ready. etc.) 118.11.4.11:0: I Harry Markowitz, Inc. VKTCMT. Nu tasati'eL: N* EM
war 7:00- l AtaI
Supper Club-nbc-basie! sent. Ut.4J' Hjrki&I
K ..
Federal Government, from purchases of The BeuUh Show-cbs yVest policemen held TOTAL. DKI-O ITS., I I =oy%..kc ATiSI b4ar, ..... irh
.;: THE ORACLE. N;<>ws and Commentary-*l J their annual ball Saturday $10.\0',1.1.4\ U. S. Highway No. 1 autuoatuiiy curb IM! smrtng. Thr... lS)
new cars and trucks, gasoline and oil, Fulton Lewis Jr.-mbs I'I'Otb..r II at LeJeune Road I vw mt In.and ....*niM tbdy st .tor s
night in Raul's Clubhouse li.1hiliti:3' SC.2C I Iua3&-djy: ,suiitr *
on iBMb'yaMvthMMs*
"' t tires and tubes and parts. The State registration 7:1S-News and Comment-nbo i ...... Y-JUT mxj n-unlnJ*m ibr...)'fnt kM
4 :, Jack-> Smith and Song-cbs: the Boulevard. TOTAL U.'nn.lTUCII4.17..3 PHONES 486821 40763 | a JU& tUlahwc wcstM. limm m m ___
fees, and tax revenues for motorists News l aily Commentary-abc I Miami 33. Florida .!! depsc.l. trm .ad IM-eIeIr
; : Dinner Vatmils < *
!
: THE KING WHO ,FAILED ? Citizen CAPITA ACCOVXT9: I 1.1 .. ..f..... .. h. SimS sad .-
i in the States 7:30-The House Party-nbo Today The says in an ...... .. -
plus gasoline taxes, totals' Bob ('r08I1,.'. Club-cl editorial Capital Stock: _--.. -._........ Tiiurty! ( '. -hfsm, IK
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paragraph --
: Common total -
Ktvck. - -
1178000000. l.on. Ranger Drama-abe >

J. The recent death,of Victor Emmanuel Henry J. Taylor} -mbs "Readers who never think are par $1I$1.0V000S._-_ ._.::::: ,- 100.000.90Surplus 3OIS.00&00: :
7:45-Kalteoborn! Comment-nbKd the ,people who are born every Lndii.tc-il. profits, .. C3.5, 4.17

) III4qrmer: Kuifgof'!Jtaly,, recalls the FIRST AID WORK Sports Morrow COII1l:1ent-mbir News: -cbs: .- minute." I Ke.erv.*s account and for retirement preferred -- TAKE -A LOAD Off' YOUR

oJ' ':00-Caralcade of America-nbo ... .
Mock> 5,453.19
MINDIYOUTOOCANHAVEOOQ/
'
::; salient-fact, that t.im'inutiveKing: ,! of.l' Inner Sanctum. Mystery-cbs I :
We are a terribly wasteful nation. .To Be Announced-abc. .. TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow Total CapltatAceoiinti. 4 9.'1<.3C A CASH LOAN
the Italians could have changed the his- The FalcoaAdventur.-mb4,
This does not! apply only to our natural 8:30-Howard Barlow C'nnc..rtnbo'Godfrer ( America) Total Lial.>iini" and
1 f his 'ounfy.had he possessed: more Talent Scouts-cbs Capital ('__*.'. .. 3.311.145.Vi
tory/ ; resources but the waste of human life. Opi Gates Sbow-r-abc; ?'?,' Keen Johnson, vice president of ... ceMPW SIR 61511
determination. '; t about Cbarlie Chan Mystery-mbs Reynolds Metals'Co.., former un- J-. '4 : :
; which we are even more concerned. ':55-Five Minutes-News-cbs 1 of tlIltlOiltiIl-M
ler-secretary labor. .
.; The first chance that came to. the We are throwing away human life i:00: -Billy Vovrhees RUbe Comment Cin&:ert..Uu.eat-nba-mba nor of Kentucky, born ex-gover in Lyons Assets signed pledged J to secure-li-a-or a- ',. Or"-Auto and Per&nal lo3nsCOMMER.'CIAL" s s e

:: King occurred in 1922 \when Mussolini's as thoughtlessly as we toss out scraps of On Radio stage Theater America Hour--sbc-cbs County, Ky., 52 years ago. purposes bilities and for-,.-- other....._. $1,3515c4005tnie :
: : :: :
food Gabriel Heatter Comment-mbs Clarence E. GaUss. member ol !' .. of ..1..104 wC
r ,: followers started .their .Black Shirt march from our dining tables, and the Red t:15-Real Life. Drama-mbs the Export-Import Bank Wash- .'..o"r ..f Monroe. ss: CREDIT PLAN

Cross! all over the United States is doing 30Dr. I. Q. Quiz Show-nboSammy ngton. born in Washington, D.C., I. ('. L. tarJlnpr. cashier Df theaimvrnant -
.. Rome. The King refused to' permit the -' it......... do solemnly' 1 T1D
on Kay Band-abc 42T1 \
ol ...,.
something about it. Hlih Adventure lJrama-mb. years ago. swear that the above statement Is Fleming Street S.' r.- *
revolutionists and Prof. Paul F. Kerr of Columbia true'tlo the bet "of my knowledge
the
.. army to fire on soon 10:00-Contented Concert-nbc .
:: ) Out of 1cieC.
this :
war we reaped 15,000 am- My Friend lrm.t. Skit-cbs University, noted mineralogist, at"I (sr.1) 4'. t> (:.W.TEcER __ PHONE? 778: __

: ; : Mussolini was in complete power. putees but through industry here at homewe Flab lialpli and Norman Hunt Club-mb.Music- *o. _. =born at Hemet Calif., 51 years Cashier.. -

.. .:: Subsequently, after Mussolini had at- made 85,000. In the from 10:30-Fred YVarinr Music-nbe jgo. cOr-P-F.CT---/tt'e"t
: tached himself to the Hitler regime the 5 to 14 three times age group Karl Screen Godwin Guild Talk-abc&yers-cba, Mack D. Rust of Phoenix Ariz., '< :: >> J.JA.MKt J-: R STOWKRS.sd THREE HOTELS in .MIAMI\ at POPULAR PBXCC9 i I :
years,
as chil-
many Alan Lomax Ballards-mbs ;: o-inventor of the cotton picker, TRKVOR.PI rectors.Sworn -

: -.. King had an opportunity' to prevent the dren are killed as a result of various kindsof 10:45-Buddy Weed Trio-abc oorn near Breckinridge Tex., 48 tn and subscribed' before Located in lbe Heart ol tb. City .."
entrance of 'J his': country into the war 11GO-X-.w. It Variety 2 br.o.nbeNe" years ago.Herbert. I m. this !th .Uy or January. 1\114:4'1\ : "
accidents as die from any other single *. Variety Dance Z hrs.-cbs and I herebyertify that I Rat. Write or Wlt. 1BeUODAble
ROO'
Orin Crisler IS
Univer-
',: against France.- The French: were making News and Dance Hour-abc I I not an fficr .r director or bin I '
cause. Think of a city of 32,000 popula- :News. Dance: Band S hrs.-robs city of Michigan football coach 1.1 Imafc., for HS17'VIIIOSS

:. desperate efforts to stave off defeat at tion. Such a city is wiped out annually by 12:05-D.inclnr Continued-sbc-wtst born at Earlville, 11149, years (Notary NORMAN 0. AUTMAN.Notary : !i : with BATH and TELEPHONE

the hands of an onrushing German Army IMblic. tate of Florida at I i
accidents in the ago.Dr. .
and made every effort to buy neutrality place home-proverbially a TODAY'S ,' Claude M. Fuess, retiringheadmaster I tJirire.IIv '"mrni.,.yion Kxpires it--c. it. 1!"'.. |II Ford
of Miller
refuge. Unavoidable acciden/S of Philipps Academy, janl!.'!.. i I Pershing

: from the Italian Government. It is gener- are a myth-less than one ANNIVERSARIESKnow Andover, Mass. noted biograph-, I II
percent are of
: ally believed that the King by an appeal this variety. ( America) er-author born in Waterville imammeammmmaSTRONG : Hole) Hotel) Hotel

; ;: to the' people, could have: prevented' the We have the statistics to prflve that 1737-.John Hancock Boston Y.,Dr.63 Mordecai years ago.W. Johnson N"I ARM BRAND COFFEE 60 NX. 3rd St '226 NX. lit Are. 22* NX. 1st AT..

.; Italian "stab in the back" of France. men. women and merchant patriot first signer ol dent of Howard University, I TRIUMPH ($$\ I II SO Rooms lOt Room 80 Room

c- When the 'fortunes of war "indicated young people who are the Declaration of Independenceborn rVashington D.: C., born at Paris, I COFFEE : Elevator Elevator Elevator r

\ not adequately trained in First Aid are I in Braintrie Mass. 'Died. on Term, 58 years ago. I I I Solarium Heated
MILLt
'. that the A41s aggressors would, be defeated three times more apt to be involved in acci- OcL 8, 1793. Peter Grimm of New York 3 BLOCKS FROM, UNION BUS STATION

: the King turned against Mussolini dents that those who 1837-Thomas Moran famed City, noted real estate mart and -,.--
have -
been I -
adequately American etcher and landscape civic worker, born there. 62 All Grocers -
'- "
and assisted in ; -
arranging :
the-surrender .
I trained. You : : ;:- :
.
be : -h
may lucky enough painter born in England. Diedin years ago. . .. .a. I - ,
: of his country to the Allies. Because his -- - --
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never to be involved in an accident Santa Barbara Calif.. Aug. 26,
name was too closely linked to Fascist per- 1926.
I sonally but be Overseas
you may on a position at Transportation
excesses, however, there was much popular some time to life 1856-John Singer Sargent, the % ,
save %
a or relieve the world-famed artist born in Italy

: sentiment and, in an effort to save suffering of another and you should know (of American parents). Died i in 'uWJmnnuflllIlIWJIfU'! '_ HUHIIIHIIIlUIUWIIP'j

the throne, Victor Emanuel abidcated in what to do. London. April 15 1925. C Company Inc.

::: favor of his son in 1946. A first I 1876-Jack London popular I- -2 ,
aid chapter is operated in Key 'novelist born in San Francisco. -= = Fast
-- -- Dependable Freight and Express Service -
West. -
Residents who wish to take Died Nov. 22. 1916. -- --
a 1-
course -
THE COST OF CONGRESS in First Aid 1882-Milton Sils actor, born ---- c ---- -between_
may telephone 286. : -
in Chicago. Died Sept. 15, 1930 MIAMI\ and
il I KEY WESTAlso
I
: The welfare of the nation and the We
can call
time but
cannot recall ,- Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA XEYS
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progress of the Republic require that the it. LEGALS ,,===- ==- Between Miami .nd Key West

people of this country be represented by =- -

:.'". *OTIfK VMIKK: :
KUTITIOt
an efficient and
intelligent .
Congress. PANAMA TURNS A TRICKDon't \ *,..: STATITK : Reol ] \ Express Schedule
: We should not overlook NOTICE IS IIElaUYa"I; that :
} the./act that .
the undersigned desiring to rngag I (No Stops En Route)
in t.u.vin.- ICE
xunder
Congress ,itself costs the firtitiou
relative JiiUe. compared get alarmed about what the name .>f 1'Iantation Ke> Product* = .. \ : LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
with the **o.." Taverniec. Klvrida.' p... Tavrnier. CEPT SUNDAYS
enorrnousisunap which the Panama ) at 6:00 P.M. AT.
Republic has intends .
done. Just take t. register said i fi --
Federal Government a titloui name with the clerk'' of Guaranteed rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid.night. .
the
:. expend The total l. peek into the past when Theodore Roose- fircuit C''urt..f Monroe .'.'unty, =- If i .
cost of both houses Florida. I PURE
of
Congress is'-aroun
] velt took over the Canal Zone in less than Halt..d January 10. l 4S.ANNK !. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

$25,0000,000 a year.This is I less than one- 24 hours-before the : 1.RK11KR. : SUNDAYS) at IfcOO o'clock Midnight -
Republic of Panama Sole l tenth of onev per, '..cent, of totals] cpendi- realized what was going on. janli-1: j-i'. .J1S! 6:00 o'clock and arrives AJ-L at Key West at a .

tures. 'v.l. /&t.: Jlf,
\ on a
The f
vv
recent coup of Panama in Local Schedules

S ; .. rating its authority. and its local Govern-sepa- Relief At LastForYourCou'gh rE I REAL ICE BASIS i (Stops At All Intermediate Points)
Advertising! in The Citizen riot ; LEAVES
may ment from that of the U. S. Zone isn't ,= KEY WEST: DAILY (nx.CEPT -
at =
work miracles but it will .1 SUNDAYS) at iCO o'clock
sell what you all strange or alarming-because independent I and You Will Get 1I A. M. and arrives at Miami at 400

want to sell. Panama i in reclaiming its,rightful GUARANTEED REFRIGERATION: SERVICE | ; o'clock P. M.

ownership of the territory Crtomnlston reHeres promptly because U More Econonucalll 1 :, LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT -
outside
Twins are born here in such regularity nal has exercised its rights. the Ca trouble It eoes to help right loosen to the seat and of expel the == REAL ICE I It Is PURE. = SUNDAYS) at ':00 o'clock A. M. aDd
Uncle arrives
that we will be justified in Sam term laden phlegm, and aid nature Healthy and Safe | at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
calling and the P. M.
Key Republic of Panama aren't to soothe and heal raw tender.. in-
-, West the "Twin going named bronchial I
City. mucous
to quarrel over the matter. They'll)) stand brant: *.Tell your druggist to sell mem-you'

shoulder to shoulder in m bottle of Creomulsjon with the untierstanding ,I= Inc.1 FREE PICK-UP rout DELIVERY
I If haven't case any foreign you must like the way it j Thompson Enterprises | SERVICE
you adopted a safe driving nation interefers with the legitimate quickly allays the cough or you are FULL CARGO INSURANCE:
prop- to have
resolution! we suggest that you.do so im- erty rights of the Canal Zone or the Re CREOMULSION your money back. (ICE DIVISION) MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE Cor. Eaton Francis S1a.

medlately,and keep its precepts. public. PHONE NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA. 'i I IlIttII11UfImImmullfmlm1tfUlttflUltIUIIU'"IttIWIWIWrnlllnl PHONES: 92 AND 68

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D < ON'.cAMERONM! for th. Advertiser
Bv.
"', tYaatMferw. 'Atirt4NT
I I KATR.: rOM RCUUi.Aw sae x
......Ck..AC. 'TI... Payt.91 for *lBalfi : *dT:rti..-
Chapter 13 no visitors except: you. Ella and rosily he was as Harmless! :and Invuta to'Ivariably lu d >. bet
BRA'z gasped, shaking'. "his Agnes tried to keep-him cut. Unfortunately friendly as a puppy but a certain AdT.rUMU.l>t nfc4: tala .bead cvunta le.ular nay idverga.te bate 'lib hair Icd..r&4.wtinientr a....
will" b* hearted la T"'tlM. at
< head as if trying to deny Doctor Mac was awake and amount of whisky invariably the rai. of Sperry's heard the talk at the- doorlie worked a transformation: in n.s I.erti"ai. but the miiiUuiun cnar.. for rl IILIt.'YIU.1"'Aln.I"1I;
shocking statement. insisted on seeing the guy." character. Drunk. ne would fight the first 16 word or !... U fraI Tv maul pttfciUativu.' ft-vt melt
"Human skiii: I I The (or 'a S. a b. In Tn. Cut.a of fin Wfur II
under : rule biM-tfarc-tya .
Mac's -ril to find what's the slightest pretl'xt-or .
Out on en none
try .
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I I word and the ralalmunt abuse (.., o loek la the in raia_ ih. J r
t fingernails-and Charlie King's Mac'* mind and talk nun out Of at all-witii the strength; and lb. first 1( word I la tic. of publication. -
,face-scratched by' 'noever"stran" it." Brant promised. A cold: ferocity of a guerilla. He also hada ..

lied him! Doc 1 don't know wnat desperation came over,')um. .We. ] disquieting habit of seizing wo- : AH advertising .e _pt" uadcr' tbs followlacnt dUSAttiia.: ia'th' "
to 'do:." .. can't let him .die." -- -- men in the'streets and endeavor .>. vf error IB ..".rualoa. lra ..eut or """U"" '. Ttt. nice* will im .
/ "Don"t do :i&Sperry shrugged t; p4Eing'itp ing to disrobe them an ambitionin r.*puti ltil* wily for tile that ihMrtioM In ci; *_iri4 AafiM... and .a
anythin You can't his "When 1 fresh I which he had 1J1a."s A.' .rttelB. fur ugly the actual amount ..( spa** ..cc..i>icr iurt .. ,
Change what has already hap magazine fuss never quite suc- o( the .-dYert........ wb..r. th. error ,occur ,
pened. Just out of school 1 used'to feel that ceeded. I I
keep your mouth - .t li. r.s.m.-o re
'shut and nope. for the best. I've way about most of my patients Sam Oliphant appeared: in j 1------------ -
been Mac's friend,all his life but a.good many of them up and apron and shirtsle3ves. brandishing ,, HELP WANTED 1 I FOR SALE
and
I'm not died in spite ef me.The .worst p; the baseball: bat with w ttoihepulverized -

that might going make jo trouble sav anything for him. it is.*1 never got oyer-'feellAI that the ice; that chilled I I Tutor for children, six and ight.I White outside house paint, white
way.-He nooked the frames of his beer coils. '
The only! reason I've talked to School Write enamel floor enamel $2.75: gallon -
you is because the glasses behind his ears and "On ver way! the! saloonkeeper I I subjects. D.L.D.
too." you're his friend. began turning the- pages. "Welldo ( ordered. "or so help me 'i f c/o Citizen. jan2-ltx up. Large electric heater
, The what we can. son." I'll bash ver brains outii" $9.' Doherty & Co. 846 Olivia
: com to young him man: stood visit""Not up. Tm Olit>hant. noticed.* Brant. He. Cook general housework. Only cOmer of Packer. Phone -
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I yet.pay 1 gave him enough RANT D walked aimlessly! ( along sauL -I teen iust waitin fer the I experienced. Thirty-five dollars 1597. jan2-6t .
; sleeping medicine Superior Street If Mac did not big ape to make'trouble. He wasdrinkin
to keep an weekly. Write Box RLG.co .
elephant down. Wait till want to live it seemed to him it sine last night Slnln'I''
after I' Citizen. jan12-ltx! Plumbing supplies complete:
j And could only be because he was an' carrying on. All of a
upper. when do
you go. see stock Plastic
tile and
If unwilling to run the risk of being he cold-cocked three customers paints
>ou can find out for
j me." something called to account for two homi before I could lay the pacifier on I I HELP WANTED-MALE brushes. Murray's Plumbing
;I i I cides. In trying to escapethrough him." 1532 N.W. 62nd Street. Miami
Brant waited. the door. of death Mac "What started it?" Brant asked. lOVER $2 AN HOUR I, Fla. Phone 73421. janl-tf
I Sperry's waspishness had dt'I would not be thinking of -himself "They was some talk about the I !
i I parted. Now he was only a wor- -be had' 'no personal! fear killin', Big Al !says Macfarlane Sell name plates for houses. Fredrick display and
I ned little man hunched: in a whatever-but would be hopingto killed Charlie King an' Crane Write National Engraving, 212 storage box
I i creaky swivel chair with a brown protect the girl he loved from too. There was boys from the I I Summer Boston Mass. '.I! adding machine, meat slicer

I sweater enveloping him_ shrine and disgrace paper mill at the .bar. an' they, jan2-ltx cash register overhead fan
i I said Mac could get well if he 'Because Machad the will to wouldn't stand for it." -. .. u ', I i| produce scales. Phone 1588-J. '
I 1 wants to. 1 suppose I'm as good live' if he chose, as' attested .by "Who tackled him?" FEMALE HELP WANTED: janS-Ctx -
doctor. as most., but I can't do $perry., be, also had the .will to "Jim Scott tock the first wallop I!
much for a patIent who won't 'co- die if',he chose Tony )rinker busted twc: fuakfast cook.-Apply' Land' *O 1940 DeSoto coupe. Excellent -
operate. Will you try ta find out But it was one thing to say that chair throw n' 'em. I didn'fright-;
why Mac doesn't Rant to keep on Mac must live and another thing ly see who else was fishtin'!; an' Sun Dairy. janlO-2t : condition. Priced very rca- .
living convince the stubborn giant of who was tryin' to -hid*? sqnable, Monroe Motors Inc

"What makes you think. he it. -. -- Scott Macfarlane's night engineer Waitress. Ponce's Barbecue. 701 janC-tf .'
doesn't?" :rhe.muffed banging.oi a 'door came out to the 'street Simonton. janlO-3tx .t .
"He. didn't $ay so. but he the sound of'scuffling *>roke in rubbing his jaw. 1937 pick-up truck. $125. Can bei
showed it in a dozen ways. upon his .meditations.The'noise! "1 do nave the worst luck." FOR RENT I i seen at Tony's Auto Shop 603-
There's something on his mind issued from,the snow tunnel that Scott mumbled. "!.think my 'jam s : 05 Greene St.
lhar hasn't anything do with led. to'm: Oliphanfs bar. 'Oli* broke. Nobody remembered to 'i jan7-Ctx .
Charlie King something< that phant's voice roared:*:.' bring my overcoat back from Downstairs' office at 611 Flem- .
makeshim want to die." :rOuUide.-Te.slanderm* snake! Mac's after. the scooting. When ing Street. ply"Citizen. Of- 1947 Kaiser 2500 miles. Needs
"Haven't you any idea?" There was the:solid UnDOck ot a I was ready to quit work this fice. jun5-tf i tie rod ends. Paint job. Body
"It might be connected with a swung- club, corning: contact morning I found someone had and door handles rattle. $2150
stranger in town a man who calls with a cushioned..pan of thehuman took my cap and one of my mitts Tourist accommodations private | cash. 2805 Staples Ave.
himself- Rigby. He paid Mac: a 'anatomy from my locker. He asked ''plain-
I home 500 feet from < janlO-3tx
visit. A'hulking:njure'ln'an- old tan tively. "Now who would want .to occan.1Brent's j I I I
""RigbyThat's overcoat came staggering out of steal my cap and one mitt?" 701 South.
s right. 'understand he's the tunnel 'and sweat stumbling Brant could think of one'per- jan5-7-10-12-l4-17-6tx, !! 1946 Mercury 4-door sedan, plss-
been trying to find Ralston Crane. down the street It. was Big-' AI son who might have needed those 1 i| tic seat covers, radio, heater.
According to Mac that was his Nowka.' whom the 'sheriff lied: things and the-thought opened a APARTMENTS. FOR RENT i I i 13-1 Poinciana Place.
only reason for calling there but classed yesterday among the new and tempting field of conjec I i janlO-3tx
at the rate Mac is lying you can trouble-makers of the '..comtnnit \ For Rent-Two-bedroom apart i i r
take it or leave it" ; ture.What if Ralston Crane had not '
"Rigby had a lot of nerve ,A.. laborer ai.be.* sav-mill.. died in. that log chopper after ment. Seasonal. Available Jan. 1933 Buick $loo. in good shape.
bothering a sick man" Nowka wad sx; and a half feet of all? 15th. Apply 419 Division. St,!I I' Boy's and girl's!: bicycles, $20 .
"1 left word there were to be Polish brawn and muscle., Nor (To be continued rear, downstairs. jan66txNewly :. each. Apt. B-3. Ft. Taylor.

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Russia SAVED: :FROM CALLOWS-BY' AN I HOUR--I Il. apartment including Frigidaire,,,1940 Ford de-luxe sedan. 1947

StrengthensSilesian electric stove, linens hot water. ;+' motor good paint. good tires I

I Available January 15th. Sea- : good upholstery; 514-D PcinI \

sonable rent. Apply 1508 Seminary ,
AirfieldWROCLAW I I.I c ana, jan2-3tx
Street. jahS- tx :I .
: Plumbing fixtures -soil and water -

Poland.-(APIA I Furnished apartment. hot water. pipe. connections;, etc. Ap-

forces reliable in Lower source Silesia said Russian are devejoping"and -(, a ca aGa Addlts only, n<> pets. iOlO Margaret ?I'!| \ plv 1830 .Fogarty. between 5

Street janlO-2t ;I and 6. jan8-10-12-3ts .
tier
J : expanding a l}

airfield at Brzeg, on- the main &rW fourroom'apart .! .. .
Verychoice Power tools and motors. 85-1 .
highway between OpijL; *,and' ment. Twin beds tub and!I,I Poinciana.. Phone 1513-J. _
Bresfau '
Vhoclaw; ( ). ;wY shower. Modern completely :
r f !| jan2-5tx 1
This 'source the So-
:. reported furnished. Near ocean. Sea- J Ji
viets have about +
already JLOO
sonal. Apply Apt, 811 United '37 Ford coups, convertible rr.o-" '
planes based at Brzeg. __ ,-
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:;Russian forces now are reported -
i new tires. Priced reasonably. -
to number between 123,000 'and
III, FISHING LODGE FOR RENT Apply 1114 Watson.
150,000 in the Silesian sector
closest to their occupied zone in I janll-12c:
New, beautiful fishing lodge
Germany.The I pecky cypress finish inside j i| WANTED' TO Bin

completely furnished. Locatedon I
average length of life in the ocean at Cudjoe Key
t 12 double building lots wanted.
the United States is about 65.8
twenty-five minutes from Key Must be a bargain for cash.
pears, having increased 16 $ -.. West on U.S. No. 1. Has elec- Write H.C.S., c/o Citi/en.

years in less than 50 years. <; N tric lights, hot and cold running ;\ janlC-6tx

water. radio-phonograph .
In the early days of ths oil Vii. swimming pool bottled Pas ?, Good used standard typewriter. .

indsutry, gasoline sometimes stove and refrigerator. Will ?! Write R.D., c/o Citizen.

was dumped into streams because also furnish small boat for ;! janI2ltxMISCELLANEOUS
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it was not marketable. I I fishing. Will deep seven.
,;. Phone 546 or 667-J. j

Middle C is produced by a ; :.' .\r AVIreph.- i jan7tfI

string vibrating 260 times per Maish d Van I .Nationally organized company
SEViNTEEN: .YEAH.OLD Joseph Henry (right I WANTED TO RENT
second. cosierWash": looks up gratefully at the Rev. Arrid Chrnell I I will build modern tvpe of
home, fully approved in Key
(lit). chaplain m' Jae Wtshmgton!' state prison at Walla Walla. Two-bedrom house or apartment. !
West at 30ri to 40'i less thah
EX-FOLLIES GIRL after:teeriving word lhai'Covf! Mon C. Wallgrenhad commuted I Naval officer, one child no; conventional cost. Example: 2-

10 HUN FOR MAYOR his 'sentence ta' BS peat: in prises': just one hour before he was pets. Will post bond Phone bedrom home fully equipped;

to have been hanged. for murder. In center is Deputy Warden I I 1519-R. janl0-5tx for $3,975. Easy terms: $25

r"h P. A. Kelly.Brief : per month. We build homes on
: i t ;. '.. __.' u 525.00)) reward for locating small the 'produetion line" method.
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a great
save you
: i Manhattan has an. estimated "catioh for child dog and two '
; at I fteins:. pf money. Write C.C c/o Key
vehicles its streets
390,000 on
i adults Write Box J.S.M.. c/o West Citizen Key West Fla.

InteiestiTo Women every day.Intellectuals. Citizen. janl2.2tx dec3112txWashers

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are said to pre- Furnished one or two bedroom irons vacuums and .
I For.good flavor add a dash of :'i fer yellow colors. house. Phone 790 Ext 320. fans repaired. O'Briant Phone i

'salt', when cooking r...' :_ties: ." 1 I -,.m I -nx ; 1164-M.: jan2-tf

I : .I.II I CARD OF THANKS

I Melted beef suet makes a good ;i 3-bedroom furnished house for Fred Ledford expert painter and .
| We wish to express our appreciation '
vegetable pie for a main course. ;i I to our friends for their February and part of March. decorator. Apply at .28 United -
Phone 727. jan2-3tx jan3-6tx
kindness to us during our recent

4- aiE Raisins* or' .c i-up *figs added t I I,'I bereavement, the loss of our Chief petty 'officer wife, two : Dressmaking alterations. play

oatmeal makes a good breakfast loved one, :Mrs. Florence C.
I small children desire two or and beach clothes. Large sizesa
change. ; Curry. three bedroom furnished apart- ; 1017 Margaret.
To all those who attended and ; specialty.
I ment or house. Permanent du- | janlO-3tx
'helped to make her last servicesso '!
Gingersnaps spread with apple ty. Key West. Reasonable'
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I butter make: an excellent af- lovely, we express THE FAMILY.our sincere rates. Phone 790. Ext. 361. Ruptured'? Get a Dobbs truss.
thanks.
I er-school. snack. ; jan12-ltr 8 to 4. jan2-3tx::; Orders taken. Robert F. Curry,
"' J>i 'i I 700 Pearl St. janlO-3tx
FOR 2iALEHouse
Leftover meats may be ground FOR SALE I I (i
and added to spaghetti saucesor and lot at 1125 Packer. Jessie Sawyer. dressmaking and .

combined with noodles or rice j 1939 convertible Pontiac, good I It I Enquire after 6 p.m. to 7 o.m.jan66tx. ]|l I alterations. 900 Pearl St.

for acassej-ole! dish.! .. t condition. Apply alter 5 pm.1 j I __ _.. -. --- ----jan2-Gtx-
--, ,' .(} 2612 Harris Ave. jan10-3tx i ii ,I

Squares of hot cornbread I I .

make an excellent base foe ;i Portable Remington typewriter. HINTING i it t

creamed chicken or turkey a la 2500. Phone 241. jat12h'Bids

king;and save bread. / Our prices are consistent
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I JI '", ., .- +' ;l' will be accepted by the Key r i I "
with work on
West Jaycees until 12:00: Noon our quality
A low white pot of ivy on attractive '
for the sale of Pub-
Jan. 18. 1948, w, all types of printing. {
1 plate makes a charming
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table centerpiece and helps 'out 14' x 14' frame building non ,; lications. stationery office
at Flagler Ave- near the boule /
when fresh flowers aren't avail- vard. The Jaycees reserve the i 4' forms invitations advertising

1I I right to accept or reject any or others. ,
i able.Of all bids. jan2-14-16-3t I
(AP Wtrephoto) approximately 422,000 pro- e I i

I MRS. RUTH FOSTER FROEM- ducing oil wells in the United Washing machine. Apply 532

MING (top). 50 years old. .a States' only about 4,900 produceoil Fleming St. janl2-tf The Adman PressGreene

former Ziegfeld FolI1es'show.. Without pumping.

girL i sa candidate for elections 1935 Dodge sedan $195.00. 701 and Ann Street"

mayor of Milwaukee. Wis. When the first gas plant was I Waddell Avenue. Phone 1163J. Phone 51 '

The picture at the bottom was built in New Orleans in 1835 it janl2-2tx I _

made in 1922 at the height of was operated by slaves.Subacrlbeto'The I I

her fame as Wisconsin's "Most Household furniture. Reasonable.I'1'
Beautiful Ctrl. Citizen. 52-2 Poinciana. jan2-3tx

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Salt Tax Fails : WHERE TO BUY doubtaa or L,.seeded DIREaORY TO DIRECT YOU I
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To Help Poor TROPICAL TRADER j : =! bar r b :

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71S DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 .
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.x NEW Or The DELHL As.elatN-.Abolition Pftaa) of I ; Plenty of Action Toys for the Children 'i:I: ;:If I t Is Electrical WE W E REPAIR SELL IT ITI\" :;' I POOR OLD CRAIG IS ISS

the tax on salt an impost by : : We"Will 1 Call For and Deliver' : WHITE STARCLEANERS
the former British Electrical Service :
rulers of In- Station
: Appliances Repaired : 17
dia which this country's patriots .: (_ 30 Years'Experience la Electrical Work :
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J. BRADY. Manager PHONE S1U
tude fought, has brought asbadge; little of benefit servi- ....S.f....eeeeeeeee............................: .: ,uc; ( / 211 Duval Street : Marco Mesa Jr. Prop. ,. Funds and Dirbioa Streets :

to the poor man. to whom avail- S ;; **eeeeeeeeeaee eeeeee eeeee eeeeee.. : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 S. 701 DUVAL. STREET : : Tires. Tidies Batteries _* Auto Accessories : ..-:

ability' Syama of salt..Prasad means life Mookerji itself ItDr. HOMF'SU s. 3< .............. ...::.e........e5....aa5.5...5e .. :.i t22 SIMONTON-- STREET. !...-....Toor.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........ffcafcr"CAROLYN ...........:

'minister of industry and supply, : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COB.WHITE ST. 1 .......................................... DRY CLEANING : ........-............5 .........5......5...5S
told the constitutent assemblythat : 211 SIMONTON STREET 5 ,
: p. Q. BOX 4B2 ; '
salt production remains 10 : Tour Patronage Invited" J PRESSING BEAUTY

per cent. below the country's ::; H'\'J ,>-t.t!1* tIc?:' CT&I&.Proprietary Medicine \ !i NEIL SAUNDERSi 5S and DYEING,24HoUT : : SUOPI.E :
needs, and the price actually has. : Orerseas Hotel SIS Fleming St. "
risen in I : Sick Room School Service : ; .
some areas since the SI. Supplies Supplies \ :. : DONALD BARBER ,
heavy tax was removed. Toilet Preparations and Articles SIGNS : FREE PICK-UP and : .
_Although patriots sacrificed .....See.S..... ..O. -............ ..............;J: i : : DELIVERY SERVICE : W. Specialize la :
their lives and endured ** : Scalp,Treatments Hair .
impris- Dyeing
onment to fight the salt tax as A ..................*.................*............... : Sale.-LICENSED-RentaU : : PHONE 282 : Phone 175 ALL rmea or BKLKWH' CYBTUPKRM&3IBNT '

an injustice especially to the S J Outdoor Advertising On the Florida Key ; e..................... : .............................WAY....*..... .. ..:
poor Mookerji said "in. MUMFORD and ROSS ............e................................ i.5 5 e
where. supplies are deficient areas the I kS j -r 220 DUVAL STREET :_ : .................S....I'....................ai ......R.....5 ......... ............................................, "

benefits of the abolition of the : Exclusive Monroe PRITCHARD s S 3 STEWS BEAUTY NOOK ,
County Distributors i i .l,
tax have
salt RUSSELL'S
gone solely to the
producers and middlemen." i Carrier : : LOPEZ 73' Scientific Beauty' Culture : 'I
I Air-Conditioning FUNERAL' : : S in All Branchea
fThe tax represented two thirds .5 5 5S : Nft _
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of the retail purchase price, and : for Domestic and Commercial Use S : : : Thoroughly Experienced : ..
its abolition was one of the first Operators : I
: 133 PHONES HOMEr : 1106 OLIVIA STREET Funeral Service : :
ernment.actions of the free Indian gov- 4 ...Y......... .,..........N.............1150.......0S S 55 : Established 1885 : Soft Water Und,Exclusively \
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Large quantities of salt must : .............eeeee* Those Serre : 637 S36 Fleming St.Forrrxr !;
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be eaten by the people to compensate .. .._.. .: -
for the loss of bodily L HOT S ,POINT : 'Who Serre Best : : Specializing ; : Directors andEmbaliiiers sS ..........................55:........5...5....
.salt in India'.i heat and it is an -_ : WE HAVE NEVER : in s : : Customers, Friends and the Public Invited
important item in the poor : ELE G' RANGES and APPLIANCES : : BETRAYED A TRUST- : : Salon
nan's food bu get. .-:. Repa1n,on.SiwtpgMachin. &'All Electrical AppliweS : : WE NEVER WILL : Women's and S 24IIourAmbulance ::. Frances Beauty
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The salt tax heritage -
was a : CALIED FOR
and DELIVERED : S : France Park Owner
Y. from! rule by the old East India Ambulance Service : '.. : : 1010 ,CRINNELIi STREET :
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Company, whose ships arriving l ,App pt051f: .
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in India carried salt as ballast once Z73 w : 548 : : S S Service : Beauty Culture in all its Phase ta:

sold it to the people who were I *:... :....4.............;........................ = Apparel :: Permanents Scalp Treatments :
forbidden to manufacture their I ........................,......... Never Sleeps : Phone 135 Night C38 : Facials Shampoo .Manicuring ,
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own. I ? '....ee...a............ i....... S.............. .. ............. : Appointment Phone 13)1
Salt manufacture later became IIOUSEIIOLD : ..................................5.......... 55555 5 ..................For.5....................we**.'
a BritishIndian government 5j| R. R. RUSSELL ....................................5555555555
monopoly, and people including GOODS : ........................ : CASA CAYO '.
I 5 508 WILLIAM J. A. MYERS 5 !
Marion'sBEAUTY
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Mahatma Gandhi were impris- PHONE 83LR : 1 HUESo
oned for evaporating sea water I 8 ?: BARGAINS in SPREADS CURTAINS ;, Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. i SALON :
to obtain tax,free salt. :: RUGS LUNCHEON SETS : LicensedPAINTING
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House In
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: BATH SETS : BLANKETS ,
J DRESSES ETC. i : 1400 DUTSI Street Telephone 1314 .
The only known constitutentsof I Call 831.R and Goods Will Bt Brought to Your Door : ,, .1.. ,I' :
Se Contractor : Expert Hair Tinting Hair Cuttin /
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I CASH or TIME PAYMENTS SHELLS Personalized. Permanent .. tyling\%- :
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F \'I KEY --WESTMIAMI- :_ GOLF-- < MATCHES'C.. 1- ()S CONTESTED( SUNDAYMiamians : I II







I Used To Winning CARL BLANKSCIIMORES -|I I' SNOW,STORM. BRINGS DOBBIG TO THE PARKING METER r: President Thanks



Over Locals By Lopsided j I Chamber For New

j 4 TO 0 AS !

Scores Win 7 PointsKEY ,, Year's Message\
By; ;,
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DIAZ HURLS NICELY !] .

In behalf of President Tro-
WEST BOYS LEAD:', f
man. the Scenta-y: of the President
"'VOICE 'OF AMERICA' I Blue Sox Spank: Pirates In'''It ., :
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AFTER FIRST ,NINt has sent a letter thanking
I ___ ._ .,....0.-. _....:_ t vie i
Second .Game Of Done It I the Key West Chamber of Corn-
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BUT OVERTAKEN: AND I Visiting Cagers y r t
I merce for a "telegram MI

I PASSED: IN SECOND bleheatler Played' Sunday -I Breakfast With I II ,. f, thoughtfully sent hn on December

1 I :..:. 31".
I At ,Army Barracks; j
Dy Duffer 7 I The Chamber telegram read a0

Miami Country Club defeatedthe l Behind the masterful pitchingof Local Holy 1 Name I II ., ; .. ,. follows:

'J Key West' Golf Club. yesterday I i iI ir veteran Guiro Diaz.San Carlos ,I 1 J. ..
blanked the USS .Gilmore, _. .... _.'l. "May the yeaM43 bring you
afternoon by a score of The Holy Name Society met at 1 "" ..
of .. health happiness and a foil
4-0, in the first game a .. :
; the 8:30: MassSunday: and after* ,
4* 1-2 to 41 1.2 before a good- t .. '
doubleheader at the ArmYD r- Mass: went to Duffy'a Tavern I i < : < < measure of suece.s. From tJm:

size gallery that viewed the .Jacke (yesterday L| *)-tioon.- In where! breakfast wa sserwd. f I Southernmost City may we express -
matches under blazing the Blue 'Sox |I '* :, < .
a sun the nightcap, The basketball team of Sts. Pete < : .1; thanks for favant
: : our past
over the sporty local layout. the Pirates, 6-1, behind rand Paul School in I <. ' spanked Miami f / :" 7-J''t'W .>t" ,- 'r-x :'L-': t..tm4' and.invite you to come back often .
The visiting Miamians rated the six-hit pitching of Charlie,. defeated, by the local High School', -' '.. :
; { ;. : and stay as long as
,
: you
recently' as one of the greatest .Albury. I I team, last', night came into the) f" !' '''.- .r : ; .. :
;'" .::' ,. .n. .. t _...$..; ,4,_ .- ifjjl.P .. whh1"
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amateur golfing aggregations in In 'the opener Diaz Scattered, Tavern and were invited to. the --""' ----- .--- -- ;: : : ; ;-- .a
The wired lot.
president as
the country, seemed to be ready I,I five hits, and with the :help of;'Holy- Name breakfast I_\ \\"IrtphotnTH lows :
for the Conchs in ,,I Leo W. Ryan of St Mary's
an upset by some superb fieldin; .of" his SNOWFALL at Manchester. New Hampshire is too deep for automobiles to travel-.to "My dear Frk Ads:
Parish Miami :
in was guest of
what of would Florida's have proved to be p!1 AjaH'' team mates', had, the. game ''un-!([ the society here. Mr. Ryan i* a Arthur PreVencher' comes, Into town on a shopping trip and hitches his horse and sleigh to a I' "The President is most appreciative

one sets of tho year.biggest golf up1 1 I der',control? all the: way., |I I member of the Holy Name Society p.u.king'meter.. '. Dobbin. .,,hasn't yet learned to' put a nd.ti in the slot. .. cf the gracious: i itnpitfa?

After the first nine, the Key 4 "L: fty" Vidal's'triple: "f, :and: ,t, in. St Mary's Parish. ., -, ..; ------ -- ---- -- --- ,-- which prompted that telegram so
Westers led b1% points and .r .Bob SanUna's single{accounted;J I The meeting was presided over thoughtfully; sent' to him on December -
; '
; for San 'tally. in4triefirst !by Norman D. Artman. first vice- "'II.I.4TI I i
r : Carlos'sjirst thirty-firstHe is grateful
the loral golfers and their fol. CHAMBER
t ; arming..They added another''1 president He recited the Holy T() DISCUSS indeed for your fine fnendttne
lowers the 1
jubiliant I
were. over in the sixth when Dewitt Roberts -: Name Pledge the body responded Key. West 'BeatsTeam and asks me to warmly reeipra-

seemingly Miamians dug sure in victory and nut but only the 1APlr. .photo) scored singled, stole error.'second, :and 1.: ktteers and of were Sts.joined Peter,by and the Paul.bas- 11ialr. Ii Ii i! WINTER ACTIVITIES rate those; good. wishes: for tn
on an I New Year
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j got back the 12 points, but scor- ALLEN Minutes were read and approved -
GEORGE V. (above)
ed an additional 7. [ San Carlos scored, their last A motion was made' to I Iey i ,| Very sincerely I yowt.Ma .
calf Durham. N..C, U. S. ambassador two tallies the'eighth on Rob K West Senior High w J. ConaeHy
The visitors, used to playingon in I pay the assessment of the state ;
soft greens, were bewilderedby to-Iran: has been appoint. erts' homer, :a walk ;and ,ingles_ I office out of the money now .on School: basketball .'team onSaturday i ON WEDN ESDAY NIGHT Secretary to the Preelldeot"several

the fast true greens in the ed' by. President Truman to by Skip Rueda and Diaz. hand and for the charter members night defeated 'the i

flirt: nine holes of play, but were serve as assistant secretary of I I Roberts San Carlo catcher,I I This was seconded and five representing*,Sts. :Peter i, days will be provided

soon able to solve them in the state,lor j>ubli caff am. It will had a perfect day at the plate. passed and Paul' School ,Miatal.. .".Visitors And Tourists In- through another program of the
: bya I
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i second' nine of play (The visitor : He collected a homer, two -singles The treasurer's report was Chamber! of Commerce that will
be of.h.s Natural
a'part job to direct score of 3i t to 28. 'at the ; gas is believed to hav e
were high in.their praise : the State Department's "Voice and.a walk in four trips: to made. 'local.High'Sc'hool's.. ; been used in China for light ant \vital To Meet Whit be announced shortlyRoberts .

of ,the condition of the course el America, broadcasts to foreign :,,the plat Hodg: Gilmore first passed Pins out and to HNS those Manuals who hadn't were .It"", "was (an: exciting: and I for evaporating salt brine in I000 ,- Clumber Officials 'Atru
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and the greens in particular:> countries. sacker with 'a' triple and double very ,fast contest and the i A: D. being transported thbamboo OFFICE
any and the business of electionof .
Prior to the matches the vWton four trips to the plate was locals were I
in lucky"to'win. ppe: linesThe .
officers for the coming year : f That Time
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were guests of the local club Diaz's chief :tormentor,: A full! account-of the.game : SUPPLIES

1 at a diaper held in the clubhouse K: .W.. Jay cess \ In the nightcap, Charlie Al got Officers under, way.include: will be 'given. tomorrow's.: i iCiliaeli. ., 1! In response to an article in 125 Duval St. Lopez Bldg.

and were ,later treated to bury handcuffed .the, Pirates President, Louis M J Eisner : '' first kerosene was distill. The Citizen of last week urging

refreshments of many' kinds in Planning For j I with 0 hits to give the Blue Soxa _First vice-president. Nonrtan 1 j jI : ed from coal: shale and hence winter visitors who wished to See Our Line oj

a post-play party. Two Dances 6.1 victory. Albury missed ;aj I D. Artman.:. '"I""I"'I. was called coal oil. '
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By. their victory yesterday.the :shut out in the ,ninth-.when te !! Second:; vice-president, John engage in social activities dur Greeting Cards

Miatmnans retained' permanent West Pirates managed to push' acrossa Stewart* -., '_ ',.1 iEW.'OR ,ErtNS BANK ROBBED OF 8130,000 ing their stay here this winter,
Key Jayshees ,will hold
NORCROSS and GIBSON
possession of a large trophy : rim on an error' and two sin- Treasurer, Hilary Whalton. several dozen have contacted the
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given by the Key West Golf 4 a weekly meeting tonight in the. gles. Gabe' Lastres.. the Pirate Secretary, Tony Martinez

Club to the two-time winner .of Po Community: .=enter. fireball artist struck,out 13. but Delegates A. Pena-Morales and Chamber of Commerce office ex- Eaton Stationery and Notes

the inter-city golf matches.A : : Plans to be discussed 'are ,the and 'some' timely Henry B. Haskjns. s pressing their desire to partici- Cocktail Napkins Bridge Sets

trophy was also awarded. to two dances the Jayshees are poor hitting support by the Blue Sox spelled! John K. Austin was ole.*te' hnr.nifr "t J pate. i Plastic Bridqe Cards

BiIC$tembIcr and B. B. ,J.otsot''the' sponsoring for the March of >nttS'te' 03 marshal of I For the purpose of organization -
his defeat. --- ------
ptJeh- law "viuU>rwbest Dimes,The first i :will be heldjn .*., The ,Sox scored k ,run in the, the Society!s_a...._;. : and to set uo! a program s .......e.e..'

ball:of &L. The other trophy wad the, Driftwood. _Friday-January f first inning ,when Mtvuldin>a alks\ '.,. ,;-' ':::', .r..1 1l forthe.s asoo. an'informal' gath- ,
,and
awarded jointly to Gilmore 29.be' sponsored President's jointly with'-,Ball."the to ed, stole second went ;to 4 thud J a yc sWill!: : I erngthan been che Park-Hermit Loucks and lum- ad scared I Wednesday evening .at the 1 j jI '
infield out, on
bert Mira-Harry Knight 'dues'; ':Jaycees Marina. ,to, be held' in the Casa. on a wild an pitch. They added 'another 'Gi Shoivs! For I' Chamber of Commerce office in \I Repaired and RentedAlso

wo.scored It's..lor the low local in the third on Albio. Aceevdo's :-- Jackson Square All winter visitors j!
best-ba1L and Ster- March Of Dimes '.f .r. who are interested are ask- In Stock-NEW
single Clayton
In I
Dr. Jack Hayes and Norman vae of.the'early malaria stages the lar- ling's 400 fot triple. The' Sox ed to be present at 3:00: p. BICYCLES TRICYCLES

D. Artman won the most points : carrying JIlOSQui- .more Ivan Baggett, director of the that night to talk over what rn.1
toes':'lie :flat on the water and pushed across two runs: in WAGONS. SCOOTERS
for their team March of Dimes recreation they would be
by scoring a scoot: ''backward when disturbed the fourth on a walk Mauldin's campaign, has I jcf
S J-2"to 2 1-2 win Tom Bo- named an entertainment terested in during the next few SKATES
over while .the larvae of other double, and Albio. Acevedo's ; committee =.. a *
mar and A. J. Henderson. Jim-! mosquitoes composed%;>f Edith Sweet months. .
dive triple.
when disturbed. Overseas Store
,, my Mira. Alton Park Norman. I J In the fifth the Sox scoreda ing, Charles Vcllet and Sam 1 au! Shuffleboard will be availableat Cycle

Artman were the only local'to atthe Key ':W ster. and finished run 'without the aid of :1'hit Korn. .. ; : Bayview Park, where ten 920 Division St. Phone 13S9

Win. their individual.r [matches the, match; all even. E. Acevedo walked.went to sect- Residents with talent are askedto : '' 'e r tri ty ''courts are being put into shape .ee.e.........e.........
'I volunteer their services, during I .
,- with Bob Dillard/ Paul Mesa ond on a wild pitch, and scored and an attendant to furnish -
the March of Dimes
Charlie Salas tieing 'their opponent Harry, Knight, club champion,] on an error. They added another to entertain at various campaign ;;' (equipment has been placed on

| had the lowest Key West score in the sixth, on an error, shows sponsored by clubs and itt duty Tournaments can be SALE'Ford
Team play matches were as of 'the"day an impressive 36-37. and singles ,by Mauldm and Al organizations ranged and will be, if the ar'l FOR

follows: : ] Knight's 'one, over par round bio Acevedo. A meeting will be held in St, mand is evident

Bi\l' Stembler B. B. Lostpeich was still not good enough toi t Mauldin, 'Al Acevedo. and Paul's Parish Hall on Wednesday I I Those interested in weekly 1936 I TudorSEDAN

8 tQ.J over Humbert Mira andf.1rry' ; win from his opponent from theIagic' Sterling shared batting honors : night at 8 o'clock. : bridge and card parties will be
} Knight ; i able to attend tr s functions: I
Mauldin belted
City for the Blue Sox. -
Frank Gah'an. Arnold Mink' .., I a double and two singles in ger 4? wild pitch: Stenger; balk: -- ----- that will be provided Good Mechanical! wp)

ley .5 'to 4. over George Valdez, In. the best golfing match of five tries; Acevedo, banged out Stenger: winning pitcher: Diaz; AF Wir.phnb.I, Fish fry picnics, boatingend I Condition $27 d

Jimmy Mira. the day (an exhibition affair) a triple and two singles in four l losing pitcher: Stemrer; umpires" : OFFICERS SEARCH for clues in front of an open vault in the : outing trips will be arrangj j -APPLYTONY'S -

Sam Anderson.' Kit Carson 7 that drew,the lion's share of thegallery' { tries; and Sterling pounded a J. Villareal and F. Villareal: Mid-City Bunch of the Hibernia National Bank at New Orleans : cd if our visitors want it ,I Auto Body

to 2,over Gilmore Park. Kermit Al Besselmk, and Dave triple and two singles in .five :scoter: Castaneda ;time of game: which: was .:robbed,of' about $130,000 by four bandits in a daylight The function of the entire'j

Sullivan. tied Professionals Joe : tries. 1.30. hold-up Friday. About $60.000 was taken from this vault I program is to provide organized Shop ,
Frank Jackson Paul Anderson'tost j SECOND GAME Near door with cigarette his mouth Police recreation for winter residents, 603,SOS Greene Street :
Lopez and Rut Coffey 4 1-2 to! Gabe Lastres solved Albury'sofferinis' Blue Sox : in is : Supt A. A.
who to be the for
J expect in city
:to Charlie Smith, AIt 4 1-2. It "was'a moral victory for, for two singles s four PlayerAB IIIIPOAMauldin Waiters ----- --.. ld

'ri .ParkU it-;. to 8 1.2:, the amateurs who' hail from the)tries to lead the Pirates- at the If -- ,:__ 5 3iJ" 3 0 --- -.-. .-- ----- -- -, _- .- --- 1 I, a for prolonged who stay. Entertainment the : c
tourists
"torn'liotrthr : : are visiting
A. J. Henderson University .of 'Miami Sullivan is' plate A Acevedo, 3b _. 4 3 0 3 f
lost to Norman D. Artman Dr FEMININE HELP ON BATTLE FRONT 1 inland for a short duration of I I o
Southern Box
Intercollegiate golfchampion j scores J. Navarro. e.--n 5 0 I 2 1 A
:Jack Hayes :2 1.2 to C 1-2. and Besselink is one] FIRST GAME I Sterling, Ib. __ 5 0 3 13 0 ,I Q''' 4 i.c..'''' I Ia.

Carlisle Cave Lee Taylor tied! of; Miami's, outstanding scorers. Gilmore E. AcevEdo cf 4 1 I 3 0 i ITCHING t SG .., '" f

.Bob. Dillard Paul Mesa 4 1-2 to Besselink 'and Sullivan's 67 J Player- AB R II PO A.,Dukes. 2b __ 4 0 0 .3, 1a ,, V5l'

4'12. best ball, was one better than, Papazian 3b .. __ 40002)a)I Valdez:, rf .__.._._ ,__ 1 I 000 KNOCKED OUT .....C "_ $"" ... ...

Francis Stott Guy Austin tied the locals' 68 and four strokes McCann. rf 'h' _____ 4 0 1 1 0 I, Masters ifFeinandez m__ __. 2 0 0 0 0 At, U..- Itcbly..ttl.e soil crazy? \ .1S /: .... li!
Bob ', Spottswood. Clem Price under" 'par Hodge Ib _._______ 4 0 2 11 0 ; ss 2 0 0 0 0 1 N.seI7: :.leas-ray ..."fit... .,. Itebia4, .\ 439'$ i

i 1.2-to' 4 1-1. Besselink and Sullivan aL. ) Zacharzuk, 2b 4 0013p I C. Albury, p .-. 3 0 0 1 2 I lorry iiBpl k*.ad IkbW..ayWa of'OLRMA-ZSMA.OLpTYEh7A.d '. '\ V eoalS SO ooti .Sayhr _.
>odowrrat ._____ 4 0 1 1 6 yL .
Bruno Minkley. Stenger( do*t b *r vita chappv4 bud ctackwd
Harold Brink ,the turn shot a red-hot .___ ._ ,_ 2 0 0 O' 1 6 : ham*. ton .a1a r *or. w alp.' ),+ .
Sckyl. cf Totals37 11 27 r-8' fMENT 4c?
tied Bob .u )41 Reach soe-s DERMA-ZIMA OU <>
Knowles. .
Charlie ,
Salas 31, into, the local professionals xElwert __ ___, .___: 10000 I Piratesf ;; Lat It kaock UMM Ikm..a coIcII io '\
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1-2. and HIp boa aora laia er Mir Klf .
C. C. and.i't was enuogh to give thema Ezell, c ______-.__ 2 0 0 G 1 Player AB R II PCr A' I I may b* Uh.bUuUy aurpru.d. U.afy .. : !:; .
dr.ct.d i.b.l. Ak for HOSSON'S
5 1-2\0 Shaw John Richardson. tie.. Besselink's last round Smith, ss _m' ____.-.__ 30102 I J. AlLdry, 3b _______ 40031Smith l DERMA-ZEafA a oarTMENY-494. -

Fred Mathews.3 1-2 over Chaihe- Yates' totaled only 32 blows, four under Byrd, cf --, ------- ___ 30040Totals 'I ,:U-cf ------ 30100 : : ; .i,:
par. Carbonell, ss -I 1 0 1 1 + 1 --- ,.
George Reid Joe Chucknow In individual matches. Lopez 31 0 5 24 15xBatted G. Lastres, p--.. 40204 1. CARMONA LIQUOR STORE .

lost'3 1-2 to 5 1-2 to'Jim' Jones topped'Besselink 2-1 and Sulli- for Sekv in 9th. .1 Arango. cf-rf :-_.. -I 0 1 1 0 j
,Bill; Curry. San Carlos G. Litres.Ib __ 3 0 0 8 0 1114 Duval StreetA
van; and-*Coffey were all eyen.In Complete Stock of I Let Us Help You
team match play the Miaiuans PlayerAll R H t'O A xSalinero __.___ 10000 WINES. RUM ,
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Saddest min,. in, tqwn today won:21. C. Valdez, cf n ____ 30020 Karnes. rf 10000 GIN at CUT RATE PRICES i
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Hayes,, and Charlie Salas, 'Gilmore a Jang wopd-shot 6f that ended Santana. ss __ _.__ 40102 Henriquez. c ---- 3 0 I 13 it Call 13 18 for

on the last hole of his match the of the green-an upon I Roberts ,c .- 32362]I ( Prompt FREE Delirery Free Etliniotet GivenAsph.lt
with:personable Sam Anderson; estimated.apron I[Hernandez, 3b ?_ 2 I 0 0 21,t I Totals3316 7 9 Tile :
330 DELIVERIES
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missed a niblick shot out of the yards Garcia, rf ,______ 4 0 2 O. 0,ixBated I for A. Lastres in 9th. I .
\<<. But this blow did Only Between the Hoursof Rubber Tile
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Coffey tie E.I t 4 P.M. and Midnight TIle
round object rolled to the hole.-The If .____on 40130.Blue, Sox : 101 211 (000)()( -6 11 .Plastic
intc the majestically Pro' paired the hole only to see Diaz, p 4 0 1 0 3 Pirates 000 000 001-1 6 4' We Reserve the Right to Refuse Floor Tile
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-J I Errors: Fernandez. C. Albury, '
indeed..short-lived a happy man. but his joy .Professor, and Golfer Horace Totals- 31 4 9 27 15 Carbonell Cat s. A. Lastres. Hen t't'I I I I -- .BroadfeltsCapello

was rolled as Anderson O'Bryant -announced the teeing Score by uuunffs: R. II E.(I riquez; runs batted in: Mauldin.I 1s tt I Acoustic Wool Rugs
a long, tricky CeihngsHardwood
putt into foursomes and was likewise :Gilmore 000 000 000-0 :5 ?t tI. i I A. Acevedo. Sterling G. Lastres; .
the! hole for .
a tie. Hayes' woes waster of ceremonies at the pre- San Carlos 100 001 02x.-4 9 II,i two-base hits: Mauldm. J. NaI .Forraua for Flooring
started the first I I Sinks
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back"nine.. of the sentation of the trophies. O'Bry- Errors: Hodee. c.rzuk.. J.Navarro 'j I I I varro, ,, E. .Acevedo; .three-base Counters Tables'
The dentist birdied ant Irt an informal, jocular vein ; runs batted in:_Santana,(1 hits: A.'Acevedo Sterling; stolen We Offer A Nice Selection Floor
that hole and what did his opponent passed Rueda two-base hits: Mauldm Valdez r 4 Sanding and
out insult after Insult Roberts ; I bases:e sacrifices, GIFTS For All Refuiishings
do. Yes you guessed it,I to the visiting Miamians as he McCann. Hodye; three-b.-e hits:Chit,I : A. Acevedo: double play: ;: o' r

eaglied the hole. I awarded the trophies to the Hodge, Vidal, home run: Roberts,I I I Dukes to Sterlin: left on bases: i ii OccasionsAlso
enjoyment Modern
NPw Salas did not limit his of alt O'Bryant could stolen bases: Roberts Garcia: ',I i Pirates 6. Blue Sox 9: basses: on I II LI -r -a---- ,_ _. .... Floors & TileJ.

grief to one hole, but to 'a seriesof I not understand how the Miamians Rueda: sacrifices: C. Valdez,I I balls: off G. Lastres 4, off C Al-' \f \\'irph'u.A : ,. SOUVENIRSCOME

.holes. Charlie was starting Roberts: double play: Hwnan- bury 1; !sirike-ouU: by G Lastres L, CATES
as decrepit as they were I l I PRETTY IRGUN GIRL helps in the defense of the Jewish and SEE
nine five dez to J. Navarro to Vidal; RMv. C. Albury 1 wild .
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the-last up over his"still able 113. by : .
to win when their first ( quarter on the Jaffa Tl Aviv border in Palestine during fight Flooring Contractor
Harold Brink. Then it erts to Vidal; left on bases Gil- G. Lastres; winning pitcher.f J TROPICAL
opponent TRADER
trophies were being gained ing with Arabs. She holds three grenades in her left hand and 1434 VIRGINIA
more 5. San Carlos 8: bases on J I losme pitcher G. Losjtresj STREET
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the present Key West op- I I reaches for others. Jewish their j 718 Duval St Phone 1000 PHONE
men aim 1599
balls! ; off Diaz 3 off; S'epfer.2; Castaneda tinae of guns through portals
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I Tuesday field director '-air Naval.Recre-I '
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FORECAST tics, will be' special .'. .: I
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scattered showers this afternoon ; n, _Red Cross! has* announced ; ; .4;: ..:.. -. r 1"'t .a. I'
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r and Tuesday. Moderate to fresh.' of :Directors at' 12:00:: at ,'DuffY'stavern STAR BRAND' '/ ...y.-. .. I
occasionally strong, east and tomorrow. The ';meeting 'g .. C '
southeast winds.' Small crafty 4 <'
will include 'a brief report on AMERICAN 4 ,
warning displayed. COFFEE I
Florida: Partly cloudy today j{chapter activities'and plans for and CUBAN : .
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and tonight, few showers lower j .
east coast today., Tuesday partly Red Cross Field .Director, -, ",_ ". 4 j.
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night. Slightly warmer Tuesday., .this simply great to relieve 'PERIODIC''FEMALE : -:.: 4(
East Gulf of Mexico: Moderat si : .
to fresh east to southeast winds t .
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ida Jacksonville Straits: Small through craft the warning Flor- 'Are you' 'tmiibha *y d\atrea'ot fe ,
displayed Daytona Beach south- 1 aiale_eel;uncgon.tmome disturb suffer ?wRF,
ward. Fresh east to southeasterly Xrtxn pun fed so nerwna.restless. Meet.A
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winds occasionally moderately sv WT famous Lydl B. PtDkham't F x
strong today in area of display .Vegetable saw symptom Compound.:to- relieve .,>. '1a II
and becoming moderate to fresh In a recent medical test It proved V .tS,
southeast to southerly winds troubled remarkably this helpful waj. You to owe women U to Taken regularly-PinkbaBTs com* 4i
weather to pound helps build up resistanceagainst
Tuesday. Partly cloudy yow el/ try it. -
with feW showers oyersouth I Doctor.Plnl*ham call'1 a.Compound uterine sedative Is what: If; I such distress. Also- a gust '

portion today.Jacksonville. I has a grand soothing effect on on NOTEs Or ra .rri !..sf.vbDIt............ "
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O/vom t important organ >fcJiA>rS TABLETS Glad Know
to Apalachicola: i You Will Be To I
Small craft V warning displayed Lydia E. Pink ham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND lot ,
Daytona Beach to Key West.None -- ,- .. ---'--..---:. -'- .
displayed on any other section I uti -

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West, Fla, Jan. 12, 1948 1 II II Ii I I ; 4

(Observation- 8:30 taken A.M'EST at City) Office. 1 I I ,( -li\ He's juJt'aHfad; vith a bag of newspapers slung.

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Highest'yesterdayLowest .-_ -=. '74 a: 14; over his shoulder, or a basket full ,attached to ':
last night ____. C7 '

Normal!dean'___-:----_-__- _-_-.. 69 70 i i his bike-but he's a success story in the making. ''j
PrecipitationTotal CIEAKYIEW Outside Yeaetlea! !Blinds '

last 24 hours T. ins. > -I give you FIVE-WAY fBOTECTlON about finance
V about
Total this month ___ .02 ins. .* very tow ef very day! : Because he's learning people, : I I't

Total Departure Departure this this this year year month.76._ _..___-.76-02 ins.ins.ins. PROTECTIONDRAFTS., fUt I _. and how to conduct a business,' through :4t / ,


Relative 8:30 75 Humidityat %A.M. STORMS \. t his newspaper route. Bright, alert, he will also i it


( Level BarometerSea ) 8:30 A.M. ,, SUMMER PROWLERS HEAT 4' t become self ,sufficient and well poised, so have ,j
1021.7 mbs.
30.17 ins.- 4 PRYING EYES

Tomorrow's Almanac Yectitoa built ef oiv.iflv.or tree l l.( ..ea.ootrotw word for him day. ; !
._ 7:13 a friendly every
Sunrise : a.m. ; Bed rvd proof..ieslde Iot :
Sunset _._- -... 5:59: p.m. wit; wiu.-ws.,.... cr clotd htcoatrol" ... 1 J
Moonrise 8:56: .a-rn. h'lf' ....... I
Moonset _____m__ 8:20: p.m. fer ceivlele. Wer...,...'.....er wrt e : t 4

Ask About Our Convenient 4
TIDES Payment Plan (2)
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KEY WEST VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY 4
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(Eastern Standard Time) 118-120 Duval Street PHONE 1042 Jefferson Hotel Bldg.Kiss know
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.ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA : 4
Reference Station: Kev West : I Il _- newspaper on a :
Stat1oDTide Time of I Ihlghwetei Height ef REMEMBER1 I : .: I

Bahia HondaOM.. : : ,1 regular route we'll
(bridge) -10 mid 0.0 ft \ I .
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Key +
,(east side) -20 min. l and Tell : assign.Circulation. 1
Boca ChicaOhr.. I .
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Caldes Channel +2hr. I. 4
(north end) -10 mID. +1.4' ft. .. The Key West Junior Chamber of _I 4

oOo -, Cojnmerce wishes! to announce that -'I : 4
(NOTE: Minus sign tions to be subtracted. Plus- :. Tickets are now On Sale for the next -; : Department :

sign--corrections to be addedJ : two performances.: of the Civic Drama -i iGuild's 4
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STRAND"RUT Showing THEATRENow RAFF" _: "DREAM: ; \ GIRL -I_:'i., The Key West Citizen I


Pat q'BrieD-Alme Jeffreys-: JANUARY 17TH. 1348 .

Starting Tuesday I- .; .
-BEDELIA" and 4
Margaret Lockwood-Ian Hunter 4
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MONROE Showing'THEATRENow I I_ MARCH 3RD. 1948 U t "._A.AA.AA.A4..AAAAA_....... .....

"ALLA EN EL TROPICO"
Tito Guizar Sara Garcia- Chaflan t: Admission :

Tito Banta arias condones : $480 Tax Included

Spanish Picture t 0 Both Plays -. : '
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"STEP BY STEP"Lawrence :
TiernerAna Jeffreys SEE ANY JAYCEE FOR TICKET .

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