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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 16, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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. 14 KEY WEST. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 16. 1948 PRICE FIVE G2N1* .;


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't'- ... -':: ":' First Public Address Ue-' 25,000; Go On NavyJanuary23 ;

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7 'tic Ty ;; i Strike In Ruhr .:WILL ARRIVE ABOARD .

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.Nf The City of Key West is all FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPH OF JOSEPHUS DANIELS1
$ 1 right financially but will haveto _._ I i FLAGSHIP USS POCOi .
: operate on less than Basin Germany
money i
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it has had in 1946 and 1947;: II)
r. City Manager:! Ralph D Sp< ldlng*1 t f

l ., told the Rotary Club at its noon* AMERICANS AND'BRITISH IN I TILJIMJAKY29

Jh }- jar meeting Parish Halt yesterday ift St. Paul's": BERLIN. DECLARE THAT Admiral W. H. P. ......

Fi; Iitai'IttY ; Thecollection of back taxes I STRIKE. RESULT OF RUSSIAN USN the commander rf caning
during 1945! and 1947 returned Atlantic and the U. S. A*..M.

considerable money to the city. ACTIVITY .. .r fleet, will arrive at the W. 8.
the said and for that.' 1 4 i iS
manager I'.... Tae e..eI.l.d Pew. .. Naval Submarine Base 8ft ft>
-- reason there was plenty of j BERLIN Jan. 16.-The strike day0January 73. to make
an ate
., money with which to operate.Spalding of 25.000 men in the Ruhr Ba-t.
I 4. \ r" & u..v. saM that there must spection of the Atlantic FWeH facilities -
1 sin was traced, today to Russian. -1 1t
.TtA1l: >OU &t B.lMebley. .(litgbtls gagsn'a"c divinuig.rod as.he directs digging. (left)l.) in be eo-operatioii among the three : influences by officials in the I : and opera UWM at Ms(

aaMt cf |ew.. e4 Greed Cere Springs Flau.where he.$wpes'to t>nd'M.000,000 in gold,which,herj agencies that constitute the city American and British. zones in J 1L port.Admiral

>> b4 bee buried by .pirates'maaf year I ago.. U February.6j I'45.Mobley got permission from government the people themselves this city. Blandy: has affair

eft, alfielak U di.. far the fold-location of which he'saidwas given him 20 yean ago tV pioneertealJtati the city commission j! The strikers asserted that they embarked in his fiat frip. _
which has to
-.tail ilgmed a..ceatract t0.pay the'elly ten percent'of'whatever be found.' E. L. Bradley create policies the'political and the city power man-I left their jobs because:; they were .USS Pocono. which has. railetl
asayw e4 the. town el 4JKW rsJidents., said he didn't believe traffic would be l not given sufficient food. "They from
northern
appre-xlmately ager. speak of their walkout as a hun-, (, a port betiari 4i
Utmr>t4 by the dl i.gti "A who endeavors d Jr. "
city manager ger strike." t ,Key West The 1'oceoe w4M be
__ ___. I to build up a political machine i'
I'P. -- --r------ Officials here declared that berthed at pier B wtale Im 1is
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J of his own can wreck the t.
due to the activity of Submarine Bo ej .
Funeral Services manager-commission form of nists, who are working I j I It is expected the .........
Dove Sound "Mine"Is municipal governmentsaid Son commU-1 I
with
Russia and will remain in thiaI viriMg' arelttl
Spalding There will be no politics -
lites 75,000 other l I January 29 before ftnhns4I
f For W. T. Archer in the city manager's. of- that they are onward in the course i at Isar. ..

fice. going. to strike. I| spection tour of the ........
Simply A Buoy I The ,object of Moscow and her :south Atlantic and Ce4ene
re'
I'. Saturday P.M.\ Two Injured In .- satellites is to get eastern Europein ,r-, I bases.

as much of a turmoil as possible H I Accompanying Adeeld lthte-

I: Funeral serviees for William in the hope curtailing the dy here will be his sta41. ........
Navy Officer Says I Crash Car HilsTelephone good effects of. the.Marshall I by Rear Admiral) D. D. Jdlal.a.I
Thomas Archer, 87, who died ; Plan. : I i USN chief oi ..... In ara-

yesterday in his residence, 525 Communists in the American. maud of the Pottma w Caw N.

IT WAS FOUND FOUR*f i Margaret street, will be held 4 PoleTwo British and French zones issueda 9 IR.I Dem U"at. USN. wish C/iw-
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the statement today in which they d i,mander C. R. C UMNM, tJttN. air

MILKS: FROM !': .I.11 Fleming Street Methodist Church,. men were slightly injured said they favored breaking away executive officer
at 10:45 p. m. last night whenan front the Russian Communists (AP >hoto Admiral Blandy led .hen ewes
MElt 01H 1( I: vellieit. where the body will be placed at automobile left Flagler avenue as the latter are determined ta THIS PHOTOGRAPH' OF JOSEPHUS DANIELS. former Secretary at the U. S. Naval Arebarr ..

I I 2 p.m. between 16th and 17th sts, conduct political or other affairSas of the Navy'who died yesterday at his borne in Raleigh. I Annapolis and was taeaiasi..1
TO SIH1T |j: siirmmL 'ReV: J. B. Reid will officiate. and crashed: .against a' telephone they please. If. C. Appeared in full color on the cover of the Atlanta Journal I ed an ensign ia June) M*. 14
cta Burial will take place in the Local further in W
Communists Said progressed grade
.1 ople ; << .-
Magazine Nov. 3. 1947. The city editor of the Raleigh News ItObsesrer.
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family plot in City Cemetery
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JWhighly : They were John (Reefman) that tley'are against. anything promotion to adnkal FSheqr
J' 'Hire' r Lopez Funeral Home. is in .edited and published by Daniel phoned: Wright Bryan -
mine". .h.d..at / ; Rosado.suffering .from a torn that tends to interfere with the 3 1947.
-'-. 11Io.11 i I ...- ..... jcbargg;: LAu e editor'of the Journal to ask permission to use the.pt tuze J
ej i i i !* ?-,, eeeisJT'rri- leU.tIM-*tt4>Percys. .., Jto> uOlPten...gg Jhejfel' .that In additpd t ..
staler was found'to '"Ap "xtt4.ou jolag<'*irinin'aerVke. 4 -Survivors of tne d : who:received a deep lacerationon : ,its operation will greatly ben Membv*:of-fh* News tc Observer staff think it is the beat liki-:: Service': I.f W" _____

a fctnrOeM buoy .-, which' provides 'a j jC clude the widow, Mrs.. Mary A the left side of his forehead. :fit GermanyTemperatures. .' DOSS ever taken of the former 85-year-old editor. In making stars. Admiral BlaMr .Reis ew.

up law Do**' ..... .AvenieAce for business: |Archer sons Leland Emersonand Investigating the accident. Patrolman I' the print available to the News 8t Observer the Journal also eral other decaiatmia, .........

Weal Naval officer ....... well residents.t W. Franklin Archer brothers Gabriel Lashes and released! it to other Associated Press members. toe honorary H.ftt&tmtmtcommander as a.
as as
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| George F.. Charles T. and .
iced it late Frank Caraballo arrested both! of the MMMaey" bee-
Ont d the .. la dispatching tbeiz morning 1 Edward E. Archer; five grand men: for disorderly conduct and, --- -- '- ----- .I skin of the Ordrr of MM. Mnlarfi

IL Kuddath. USNl .U : ntaSL became effective: at the. .\children, and three great-grand- driving under the influence of ; 7:50 A.M.. E.S.T. I Empire, made >.y the atnv.aa
of the mine .. Key:West Post Office:'today. 'children liquor. i Daniels 85 LastWilson's ment of Great Bn... 4r ...
maintained. by the Mr. Archer was a member of Caraballo that R Josephus I I aer'rh.e
Petimaster_ HoUon R.. .Biro, .j reports *ado StationAtlanta tinguished be Ms tithed
Dade Lodge. No. 14. F. & R.M.
iar with all of '
types and Roberts
were both *n*
._ ._ cause.
veldt 33
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: arnounc.s.Heretofore
"Th pmum who i Key of the Gulf Castle; No. 2 toxicated at the time of test accident : : Of ] Cabinet Dies The asignaleM, Met ...-...-
liilhngs 9
,there of the Golden Eale. and .. -- : -:= = -= I
the mine were were onlytwo Knights and that the car sk.tded.or : Birmingham : ::: 33 !him greatest IM.M. ......

In. ivavtn H alone outgoing airmails one at 'Key Wet Volunteer Fire DepartI I [ 71 feet against the pol- Bismark __ ..._ _. ._ ._., -9 was when he ieee -.tie rte.
the Navy, said I Ian a. n.; ,.and the other at, ,ment. He was city treasurer for Boston 'h_ _m_ .:_..__ __00_.. 15 .Rp-; .\Ia. p,..,. J mender of the t..k ..... N call
*I found it la be IM 4:5$ IUDAirmail for thenew : I many years. in recognition of -'IIII.lI.AJ'.AClos Buffalo 27 RALEIGH N. C.. J..n. 16.- I duct atomic butnh. ..... artelert
about M inrhn I service closes at 12:15 which the flag at City Hall was Charleston' :- __..:: :: 21i Josephus Darucli, politician and FAMOUS! EDITOR Naval vesfHa<< m ....r Ie _
dronnod to half-mast Schools ':: -: -:
ankh had drifted' Pallbearers will be sel"cl3d ( I iChicagoT.I i I : _- 4 newspaper publisher and (editor DIES AT AGE OF Kat 1 1it information of w.- be .......
and the tide. :; .4T.I.iIT.IT.l.1 died yesterday in his h J! ; Corpus Christi 61
The Navy. Officers 'II' from, the .membership of the orders Until Monday) !(1,I Denver n.m on__-____ -... = u n._. J'i Pneumonia, from which he I The task fore t.......... ..
te ,he... were' : .,Detroit 18: suffered for 12 days was the + proximatelyaircraft. 719 w-e. at.1 ..

Ffehermen at. ... Monroe county scnools were ,El Paso ..h._._ .___ ..OUh.. 35 causeof his death. irwhdna artrlare. 1t11q.r.
Continued( ,On r ) Enter WANTED!I WANTED!! ordered closed until Monday Ft. Worth .___mh__... m 35 He was the last member of the submarine, ce,I..rs .... NMat
yesterday after the U. S. Galveston 58 Woodrow Wilson wartime cab- aid groups asonnel. ..me 4715>i p...

Leaders! I Harris School Experienced Tire Garaqe Man Mechanicand Weather Bureau announcedthat Jacksonville . .. 30 inet. :. ,'"$ inclwdiM.' :,*vv ..ee r..
( today it probably! wouldbe .,
Kansas Citv 8 Josephus Daniels had the rfi.!:- Army sail gi'iMMl rmce MHMB
Kev West Resident
as cold as yesterday. Wil- Unction and nubWry stet! ,iva...- vMMrtuU >
_. of holding public office
KEY WEST .54
I Thieves evidently boys, broke Apply in Person--Do Not Phone lard M. Albury superinten under the three democratic :, ndSawyer.......... is
3 t : Harris Elementary School Key West Airport 'n_ _,__.. ._.. 53Ins only
Eastern Auto&HomeSupplylnc. dent of public instruction. _. presidents the nation had -- -
night and pried I I Angeles h ._. ._. 55 since i.
I i lockers and 'desks open of sever the 1101 Division Street announced today. Miami on.m' ____ h .__ 42 the civil war Returns
"I think the schools wouldbe .
lIe served chief clerk of the
Minneapolis _..____ -.183r as
but with -- -
I got away very cold today. althoughit Memphis __ .. interior department under the
which I
some change they n '
*. s..Maes is now somewhat warmer. ... 47 second Cleveland administration
: : New Orleans From eetiisSheriff
in the desks. d .
WASHINGTON. said Albury. "There really '
75 -"vl was secretary: or inn na'";
New York
....... by ptree ...Eatrask.-: Principal W. E. Fowler said ought to be heat in the Norfolk 23: during Woodrow Wilson's ellfn'* 1a& 'I
: thieves evidently worked .
mad last school rooms. Heilin A 1iar1 returned
et* wete under Frank
DANCEAmerican Oklahoma City 2? vears in office. and
a flashlight for a $1 .
Wt U
the Senator Marshall SctHt Plan.1 which they took from one "'', 'I'.I Pen< Roanoke ? sistant in the Wilson rtcimp
was found on top of a re- h ..
n... llUonK in a ,. attended the ni>u-l 1 .av.'aiae
Burnt of St .Louis _. .. 11 "red the diplomatic servi'i a a
pieces paper uu.- Florida 4.
section of the of the &atvsociation. %Aeltfts
Legion
scattered over the floor of GRADE AA 'WESTERNSTEAKS San Francisco 41Sm ambassador to Mexico. He 4
Committee on m*> M i 1-r
Antonio __ ... 51 In addition to his full! publiclifo
building Fowler said. .
& m OU no' 'n .
oWiared.. that the by Enrique E.pwa.lb httw
Seattle _ :to) which also mclud l on a<'
Entrance was gained by the HomeSTOCK .n. n ...
Shet ft s.
hiHiM .<* all lb. tn .n |city ridge y. i "'
Tallahassee _. 9" tne and forceful partirtr:> >n
through window,
i a his office
Marshall Plan or they smashed. Tampa ___ 'e the affairs of his statp O=,"lel- at totartor > .
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IWtherII ISLAND Washington 2--; (Continued On Page Six)
tAintrd wut the The World's Finest- j
.. the rebuilding '" EVERYSATURDAY \I t.a .
Charcoal Broiled t'I
counteract' POOR OLD CRAIG IS HE I
42 Plymouth
the aid FOR S ALE JOSEPHUS DANIELS ,
added abated that Halfway : SERVICE STATION 9:00 P.M. to 1:00 A.M. WEAVER'SSTOCK PALACE THEATER Club Coups
at Francis Phone 9134 I '41 DODGE. DOOR
sUUd.' will not be Music by Allan Lane and Bobby Blake Both Cars Include Radios Favors err went AUTO PAIl*

Secretary, );., THE THREE SHARPS ISLAM "WIIJ FRO IIF.lr Opposite Larger .i 1X1 D'**l ....t
aloe similar lines Motors\ $127.00Own () loe. I C7
Completely Air-Conditioned I News and Feature NAVARRO Bus Station I M..e ut..arsin
burgh. Sum For'Voit.cI .- -

lican Senator aspirant Robert for FREE DANCE .....................'.............. 1 L

an address in .. 1 TUESDAY KITE I GREATEST SHOW j Of Americas
I Casement Sashat
favored rutting A Home 9.00 P.M. to 12.03 Midnight BRADY'Sfor

aprupriation for > In Key: Jr'est's History .'Starring < *. t.,rriatrl I'rritolWASHINGTON
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least $1
plan by "at Jan 16 -S'n
Nationally organized J BUS SCHEDULE STRUMv U MIJEKRD ator Smith pf New Jersey. said
......ae.e<... will build modern type company home. ''I to American Legion Home i CHARLIE CARLISLE : TELEPHONE 816NOflCE today, in appealing for mom

PRESCRIPTIONS !: fully approved: in Key West. at I NO. 1 POINCIANALEAVE / funds for the "VO!<-e of America"
30 40 less than I ---- -- -- -- broadcasts, that Russia is spend. Choice Poultry
Compounded. tor % to % \ cost. Moderate down: ing from -$l20: to $130 million a
Southard tt Duval Clubhouse
GARDNER'S payment easy terms. 7:10 P.M. 7:35 P.M. i DICK HAVILAND : year on propaganda designed tr'I I son BONE
spread Communism throughout
111! Diets* St. 8:00 P.M. 8:25 P.M. F COMEDIAN 4 the world. |' ROASTERSBATTERY {
pKeo in CATHEDRALCORPORATION' 8:35 P.M.aCO P.M.
............... I 9:25 P.M. 9:50 r AND AN ALL-STAR CAST / to Holders of Tickets on While(Continued Rusid On-Pf'ndm2 Six that;
Page > "
10:15 P.M. 10:40 p.M.1 KAISER AUTOMOBILEThe : jTWINS I
{ TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY :
11:00 .
10:30 P.M. final date has been advances FRYERS
HHIic s + IrKe I Branch Office Now Open 12:00 M. 12:40 : No Admission No Cover No Minimum : from January 17th to the -.r..__. Garage I. 1 '. ,
1:00 A.M. 1:40 AJ4. list. There are still Two Weeksto
0f Lord* Beach Court 1 GARAGE i CU -UP IF I)KM HI)**
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tickets. Get ticketat
schedule will be buy
Lea SaiA Asia I $21 NOTE: This in i CLUB TROPICS j your tin naval Mre+t ?..... IMi
SOUTH STREET effect on Dance Nights and the Auto 12U WI-it., 5tre.4
Whit .1.,..... Ceraer Elisabeth Street Meeting Nights KEY WEST AMBER i! Repairs, Painting, j "
-0,,..' I Army : > Key West's Most Popular Kite Club Body and Fender Work I PHONE 54*
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3lte PIt 1t-r.oJ'ilhst Zuet "DelaY GitiUll!! bi ... Radio Programs i) ADS I Key West In .1 I FJUDAY. MMlAf"' ML ..... i

.. ,,'AII'YaAW. Ow s.. PaW_! Manis never satisfied regardless of I CLASSIFIED This day inissWii 'a: fcwWtiVWf ..... 11 i
.. .. .*TflN. ---- MAM*** .--------------.. -
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I .. conditions with Gone isaimial --
I ...is* Tk* au.. IU41a his achievements or the. ... Days ..ByAS with. -
4 Crr QIS ..4DJl7 Aa. StJ.eta : which he is faced, NETWORK PROGRAMS Information for he- AdTertierKATV9 'a. ''Tber'e' is a t.e ......u.,.

KewsMper: Im Eel' WNt and I :meet aM a pe'W. AI *1....
CaI" Yesterday we heard scores of personssay Tim.U eastern standard. Force*, I aaooiAx rAl HJCMTPayment TAKEN FROM FILES
Jioire O row anc .
y
at .
trtl standard subtract ene ......termvufttaln THE CITIZEN OF With JRtnx. aMenwv'- ..

.ht r 4 at Kay Wxt. Florid. a* second elms matter in effect that they wished_ they, had feogrv. Seme standard lecal Ita__o,..act tiuaa twe* I I BLACKJTACB. to Invariably for classified In advance advertisements hut OF JAN. 18 1S33 t when MM a**.*. .......

; of West's summer weather, but hour of relay' : te fit local schsduUe. I Advertisement- wader this head regular. advertisers with ledger account You can mafce ... _
MBMUK OF T.:a AMOCIATED PP..EIS some Key Latt mlmite pregran tbang"can. I will be> inserted I* Tke Chosen at may have beLt advertisements ems IllnlullIllIlwllmuswnIauluslsnimo'Fish! : i
.. ..ITJT nUa*8 to sot be. In udecs. charged. fere ., .sM.. SluliLjs.:!
Ts,. A M tM d mm while they had that type of weather they tb.e rate oC Jo a word for each Insertion by -
.re4ecUoa of aU *ew. dispatches credited charge fur PUBLICATION: DBAULl.tB stories true ones often .
re and bat the minimum There is a %.... torahauld V'e .. ....
i irtl"f .*t tberwU* credited la tfcU paper. wishing for a norther to cool them the first It word on, less U SGe. To insuie publication. cv| :y aa.s* unusual twist. William
were have j
t ... th. ec 4 .ew. published here.t FRIDAY, JANUARY 16 The rate for Mack.!*** type I. Sc a be la The Citizen office before 11 an be giKiftM If p....E.
1 off They got that cooling Wednesdaynight word and the minimum' .harve for o'clock In the vrnlDK on the da) Wickers and Wilford Williara.. ,
l1.saurnCL" KATESADTERTIStnO ... r,... .e the lint IS ward U 4Se. of patlfe. .t.... while fishin from: 'the launch ,j
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and then
>M Tear I.to and yesterday morning, *:00-X.w. Report. 15 Mln.-nbo had one oft LEGAL5IV
--- -- Krelyayestelday '
I tls Moats Newscast, Every Day-cbs All: advwtlstn I. accepted under the tottowtac omAttle.asi I* the ,
3fl .
\ Sr.. M.mU. _- -' \ longed for warmer weather.So Network: Silent Hour--mbc.eait event of error in ad.ertlaia lran.i.at or .eatra t. The ailsea will b. tftett:rods; 'Yalue4j) ,13$, broken
L'ts.Uustk .25 regarding the Kiddle Hour (repeat)-mbc-west responsible only for the first iBvertloa In ClaseifleJ advertksjaar* and lautspiar off at.the sock L wfeta a fish ..l.....
it not TfiR
only
tillkiF goes, Network Silent br.wbs.a.tKiddies '
Hoar (repeat)-mbs-eat I where the .,. struck suddenly Th.e biOten rod I'LtJ'' itPCSIV M
of weath but also in fields of en- part of the advertisement error i TNM ...
RATES type _
,, Wad Kaewn. on Application' ;15-United Sport*Nations: JIualo Time-nbc . .D. .. . .U U U a a M I fell overboard, and a fish struck' .t 1% %*ia real
to his first thousand ltspurt-cbs SjJBsf.
deavor. Man yearns save at the other ;line. Wickers who s'Nts
$JO-Chicago Orchestra-cbs'eaat FEMALE HELP WANTED FOR SALE ; "
SFBCLab WOTICS! looks forward handling that line. playedthe M':'; =- ...
All redlav swtlces. card of thanks. _hit oa. and, when he gets it, Lum tc Abner repeatcbswest1:45Newscast was TILL!* '

: a. ree *et.' :bltcary tM rat netiees of 1 : poeiaia.'Un.etc. will lie to. ,possessing his first ten thousand. His Tbonias by Three(repeat-nbcLowell ID-cb* Waitress. Pirates Cove Fishing : 19401 Studebaker Champion. 4-dr. It was'a fish and large brought kinaflh it but to..boat JUSt '53t1Ps ,.. .:..

tfcariNewtcve tar ..t.rtal..r mS *:kbarcb from increases and hardlyever 7:00-Supoer Club-nbc-basio Lodge. Telephone Pirates Cove I sedan. Good transportation. a .Iq' C )a.i
Vklrh a reveaae ta ,. be tlerlyed are r S T cents a iina yearning .gradually The Beululi Show cbs No. 2. I $550.00. a8-$ Poinciana Place. above the hook another line was 03II' i iI
jan4-4t
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.. d'InTlte. 4l New and Commentary-abc the Wickers line. The .P" er PI
Th. Clta. U an opsa 'on m a is satisfied for when he reaches the tangled to :
....... ef r....U. ...... and eubjecte Of meal or KuHoa. Lewis. Jr.-mbs jan4-3U other line turned out to be attached I 'PO: ... ....,.. I
......... bat U will mot mblUh aaOflYOUI.ro.ancaUssa. his thoughts 7:15---;.w. and Comment-nb is
ntaeral hundred thousand mark, frequently .Jack FOR RENT the rod that had fallen .. ....... 1........ ..
Smith and to
: Sonic-cb3 I .
he Daily Commentary- bc (New 12Q bass Scandolli Piano Accordion $ 44 ....., ....re.d .... ...r
time becomea line
flirt with the may overboard and tbe was 'till ...
New; : Dinner Datmba 5 treble shifts and s0Uirad So 50.a'5
I Downstairs' office at 611 Flem- 11;
and the rodrecoveI't'd. '! l
KEY WEST millionaire.It 7 JO-The. House L"lub-ct.Party-..ibcIJob ing Street Apply Citizen Of- fonopan. Retail price, $650. carefully pulled in I ;-4 sbv.. ".b-0S'as"' US S..oas m '** ..
FOR .Crosby's .
I IMPROVEMENTS is wront to assert that cupidity is Lone Ranger Drama-abe fice. jun5-tf, Will sell for $450. Tel. 1532-J, Ninth ....ear'WuM -I:
BY THE CITIZEN Henry J. Taylor-mb sloeSi.4 s
ADVOCATED 17 Rest Beach. jan5-6tx: :
the actuating force behind the desire to 7:45-Kattenborn Comment-nfcoKd I Three automobiles were stolen f S .. b.'eMse
I FISHING LODGE FOR RENT _. ........ .. .b.
Murrow News-cbs in Key West Saturday night bs .......-4 _. C __
is
desire in baN
bred cev
millionaire. That twobedroom'house
Hotels and Apartments. be a Sports Comment-mbs One for sals. ..
j 1. Mora I but all of them were found I.s* .-.. ...... rej l.. *jee>.a"VJBSJSB
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. ambition, the factor that has brought man 1:00-1'aul: Uric LaTalle Comedy-cbs liekolynbcFanny New, beautiful fishing lodge, Box 100 c/o Citizen. jan5-6tx abandoned on Sunday manunc. .;.:-Jr is.se .at- '. ia:" M i _

1 X Airports-Land and Sea. and up from savagery. Man is where he is today Fat Burl Man Ins o..tKtivabc Recorded-nibs pecky completely cypress furnished.finish Locatedon inside. 1941 Ford fordor sedan. Radio. One of them a CadilLac WM. '-, <.of..as'..... IM I.msr ie->riseUskf ws4..$54 i*. .....*.**-<....

4. Consolidation of County 1:1 -Alan Dale Shew mbs stolen from a guest at Casa Marina ....
. his constant eil* seas
because of yearning to the ocean at Cudjoe Key, Excellent condition. Cheap. 1 >>-.mo I .an :
dtGovernments.. 8:30-Can Ton Top This-nbc and was found beKh? the .. ......: I r :
r I better his condition. Once satisfied with DaDDY Thomas Show_'bs twenty-five minutes from Key Monroe Motors, Inc. building un Hjr- ,;&-1- ......
8. Community Auditorium. This is F.LLL. ranoa-.be West U.S. No. Has electric janl lf kindergarten u-Irb '
on 1. ,
: I his attainments, retrogression sets him. He J.e...It to Girls. luest-mb.- lights, hot and cold run- nolds street. '.. "r.--: ':'"
: 3:55--Five Minutes! News"; -''lm lb "iK
must continue to carry on, in mental improvAnent Bin,,-ffoac Commeat-mbs ning water radio-phonograph, White outside house paint. white 600 tourists arrived .II e I -

.:00-rPeople Are FunnynbcZ.lorgan.AmecbeLmmmigfurd bottled stove and refriger- enamel, floor enamel, $2.75 gallon More than AwC00.
hold his gas I :
l at least to own among -CB* in Key West last week' acwdin I ls>Mlfti
MONOGRAPH IVeak the Uank-abc. ator. Will also furnish small up. Doherty & Co.. 846 Olivia sets r5.. 'se..
1. his fellows. With ambition dead life becomes ? to an estmiate made tmfejr
Gabriel Heatter Comment-ml* boat for fishing. Will sleep corner of Packer. Phone
i I To Citizen Readers: .' a dreary thing. t15-Real Life Drmna-mb.i seven. Phone 546, or 667-J. t 1597.> jan5-3t by the local Chamber of Com I:: T"M .i.* iri '
': -Lyman Walt TimernboOzzie merce. .....f"II''WW I
, Tobacco bootleggers, may make No man, -still stirred by ambition, and Harriet-cbs jan5-tf i i e., TMM d4u''M
Th. :Sheriff; IInuna-abO Inboard and outboard skiffs. I,
their appearance in Key West after commits suicide.\ It is. when ambition deserts Information Plea"e-mbs WANTED TO RENT I Wisconsin inboard engines.I I Assistant State Atto.-n J. : I

March 1. The tax on tobacco productsmay him that everything seems to be lost, 10:00':Five-Minute-The :Mystery Sports Theatre-abc nbo Priced from $200 up.. R. L. Lancelot Lester and Miss FWir- : .y 5.014'r.J? : 5i. I

drive ..somefolks togo off the and 'he resorts to brooding till his mind It Itoxinit Pays tc to Sports He Ignorant Snow--ahc cbs Chief petty officer and wife, no!: Renker. Call Marathon 26.janl63tx. I ence State Sawyer Democratic, members Executive ul..1,,j'X 4 !II'.* -

weed turn to illegal channels for their becomes so unbalanced he sees nothing in sleet. the Vress JnterYwwn-nibs children or pets. Two years committee, left this afternoon' fw I 1.1.X: .4I.K5tsN I
permanent duty in Key West. |
10:30
-Bill Stern Snorts Snot, -nbo seMM I' fIt.-a-:
.J imokei or secure them just outside of life for which to live. Spike Date Right Jones Show Sbow--mb cbs* Desire one-bedrom apartmentor 1939 convertible Pontiac, good Jack:en.riIle committee.Miss to attend. a yetIeS iilllililt..eke.,*...... .
of the
: small house. Phone 362. I condition. Apply after 5:30 !ass _-.. ..!. i.".. i
In other instances without
-' the city Umitn.M' a man am- 10:4S-Pro ami Con Talks nbo
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2612 Harris Ave. -eisr* Iimo.rS.SI
jan4-4tx' pjn.
1 .. bition ia content to be derelict. That 11:00--News & Variety Z hrs.-nbc i iI Mollie Parker chrmn '.. are bei .mree.d
THE ORACLE. a typeof Nens. Variety. 'Hr 2 hrs.-cb* jan4-3t ..... .. ... Ossi .. .
: News:and Dance -abc I ; of the Key West eutitiN4M .... ... '
man usually Is an alcoholic whose Nens. Dance Band 2 hr.-mba Naval officer and family desire; I .nea a0U pwas. 1
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received at. daitoday ses0 -a
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committee -
main object in life is to another swigof 12:0: '> Dancinz Continued-abc-west ]I 2 or 3 bedroom, furnished or I 6 cu. ft. G.M. refrigerator, motor ;I twthof ...: ... Yohor. 4 I' ''h
ge.t U-
her of o
,. overhauled informing ... .. ...
I. unfurnished apartment or i just $100.00. Apply abs ISM ... s.4
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ii : LABOR MONOPOLY UNSHAKEN\ booze, and the attainment of that object house. Phone Lt Slover, 545-B W. Poinciana. her sister, Mrs. John J. Ham- ..t'l, .. toh*. ar _(.med .
I I' Bera ..ap ske IMsi mm* -I -cs
; titan in Ky.
turday Summary
keeps him content in being a derelict 1337-R.. janl6-6tx. jan5-2tx M I ipisM'teeO

Over a relatively short period of time, central Time' standard I It eastern subtract standard.one fceurllor For' I I i I The Citizen in an -.-.' __ .... ..t
mountain standard two ..ou..... FOR SALE ;Three-bedroom house, newly Today says I l.r:. ..1 I tor u ... <.'u I ,,-
the soft coal miners of the country have Ambition is the spur in life. I decorated, in excellent condi- editorial paragraph: 0 41.. H -r.. i ijrtJrn .
I -.
tion. Owner I Key West. the link ttwree K
leaving city.
boat
Chris Craft mahogany -
increases speed ,
number of JANUARY 17 tsj.MMN
wage SATURDAY tilt s45..r l-r
been given a
hull, length 17.6. 6 beam,]!i Priced right. Call 58W. Miami and Havana. ,. ,te ft C (-.... >*.
benefits. Their is the The avera'ge American who is sick Uor.a5OOTbs '-
: and many other pay : Story Shop-nbo 30 miles per hour. Reasonable! janl6-3tx I

world for comparablegroup could get well quicker if the process was Tommy Bartlett Hour-abo price. Apply Rubio's Barber,; II tTMfi UMtHA.mii .-ur. .
i highest In the any 15- For Vou cb !:SIGNS-"For Rent" "Rooms for I t % | .
: Songs --<<: Shop, 1111 Division Street.
.
of workers and their working conditions not so expensive. 9:30-Coffee With Congress-nbe jan4-4txj!, Rent". "Apartment for Rent" l\' ,1 1"....s'' .... ..
10:00-Frank; Merrlwell Drama-nbe THE ARTMAN PRESS. l\ IHs4....
been steadily and rapidly im U. S. Navy Band-abo I JBS>- %*
have
: CONFUSING SYMPTOMSVlTH .10:30-Archie Andrews Drama-nbo 1947 Frazer, radio, heater: 0..er-1]i 1-t: I.'I I fl.. fI !': M- WWl'" ..
Mary Lee Taylor's Talk-cbs drive, 5000 miles, or 1947 Dodge I I iton ...
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J Piano Playhouse-abc
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proved.This heavy CAUSEIn 03arJc'aUoY Folks-mbs pick-up truck., Will sell;i '37 Ford coupe convertible, motor Ik. .1. "HIMTKel,

.. haa naturatlr1mrosed.a 11:00-Meet the Weeks nbc one or both before Sunday, Jan. j I I completely overhauled. four "

financial 1 burden on the coal :' industry, an analysis of the President's News Abbott. : Lets'". Costello-abc Pretend-:cbs 18. Dodge is new. 2500 miles. j I,i I new tires. Priced reasonably | > <.M'MMI M.mm nu-bt.I OMi rI WsW

11:30 Smiling Ed McConneli-nba Price. $2150.00 for Frazer. $1850' Apply 1114 Watson. I It. .>t. i ,!*... "IIt .
-must be.sold i in direct competition to lower through the E. ;De.etbs-b. cIa!i! --c-n .'Oa .
itt whoae product proposals prices re- Land cm9*of the Lost-abc for Dodge. Write B.B.D., janI2Iti I Y- a r. ....... .......
With other fuels. Now tire head of imposition of controls, the monthly letterof Say It With Music-mba Citizen. jan44txPlumbing I - Through This Daily ,._ ,.. I... .i, Ste. i5m.e
i New bathtub, right hand drain. ...... --a 15.5 ,- ......
I the miners' union has demanded that the the National City Bank of New York Afternoon, supplies. complete i p[ Complete with fixtures. 3408 BIBLICAL BULLETIN ..-uas- ... a hs4ssjB S.sass.> vfesi....**texej* *.. _-
1240-Theater of Today cbs f
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industry establish an unreasonably costly recently said: "The fundamental question Junior .Junction-abc stock. Plastic tile, paints and I II Avenue E. jan4-3tx LETTER TELLS TRUTHIn L sHsser 5, lahes .. ,.........*. C.......

which in the view of raised . is whether the country is to 12:30-Tbe Home Program-nbc brushes. Murray's Plumbing, mba ,... 4II .ll." e'' _
'I i pension program American Stars Over Holly.-ood-cba 1532 N.W. 62nd Street. Miami-( Power :rtools and motors. 5-1 the church which It ...... ......,.... It.- ..... .
Farmer abc was
,
some experts is of such proportions that attack inflation by dealing with its causesor Flight Into the Past-mba Fla. Phone 73421. janl-tf ,I Poinciana, Phone 1513-J. Corinth j las..>e>str. \ I I. see
I. tI-eimu-m
.;I it could be the first step toward eventual by attempting to supress its sym- 1:00: Grand-Farm Central and Home Drama nbc-cbs I! jan2-5tx: Some declared they followed" f 1 it-al. '. k H.'-.. !.b..n.'..
.r.
.. To B, Announced-abc Washing machine. Apply 532 .
.
mines. And if Paul.
Rocialization of the past toms. tea \ v
Luncbeon Interviews mbs 5-cubic-foot G. E. \
Fleming St. jan2-tf i refrigerator. ..
precedent is any guide the miners' leader It may not be popular to say so, but 1:30-Veterans Series-nbc Call at 507 Whitehead Street. Others Cephas, or ApolOr -. "-I i 11.1 'M V 'I i i It'-
County Fair Quiz-cbs the Christ or none .t aM. I. ... ,
will back Ma demand with the threat of government itself has been and is forcing Our Town Speaks-abc Radiance roses. Freeman's. Ph.I' or Phone 327-W. janl3-tf So St Paul wrote them a ......r. it.* > c .utiifi.. ..
Uuest ibow-mb.
Band ::
II another strike which would paralyze the inflation. It is the, greatest spender in the 1:45-News of Uverseas-nbc 672-W. I'Notes Held them clearly up to view 'Ij -
I jan3-tues&fri-6tx Promissary), le each. Art'I -a
2:00-:Music For :\tnment-nbo And asked: "Is Christ divMk-4
industry and deprive this country and the country-and thus creates an excess of Give and Take& uia-dr. I I man Press Citizsn Bldg., phone Was Paul crucified for vw i*** I: .BaIwM .Liatss. ....N

II. world of coal which it cannot do without. purchasing power. It is, further, a lender Dance Metropolitan Half Hour Opera-mbs Z!lirs.-abc 1941 Ford panel truck Ha-ton.I t 51. marl5-O ,! .X....... ..... w... ........

In other words it is still true that one and guarantor of low interest loans on a 2:30-To B. Announced-nbc Good condition 85000. Apply i For Complete Details: 1Mod. I eel Ptpe sod P...s
The Country Jour-eat-cbs 545-B W. Poinciana. Jig saw, practically new, $16.95.
| .WM.. Ppsua ..p ......
\ \ .5 man or a small} group of men are so powerful tremendous scale-which has a strong S:00 Tw-Orcheslras Be Announced of Nation--mbs nbo janlS3txI -Anr-r---J-------s>lv .ITS r>iii-a1 <5t I Cor. 1:12-13 ((1l11)! t> .1.1BY ... .......

that the national welfare is virtually bearing credit inflation. Finally thru OverneasReporc- I janl6-3t
I on _.. n.ft...___ ,_-.v... "_ 1940 Studebaker Reason-I Publishers-The Monthly BowkVrt I TIm: : >..\..
held in their hands. This labor monopoly heavy taxation it restricts savings and coupe. I
I 3:15-Science Adventures'-cbs able. 1003 Division St., Apt. 8.I 1947 Plymouth Special DeLuxe, "Enjoy Your BIWe"Egypt I
of editorial :3:3D-Cross Section" U. S. A.-cba Harry M kewkz foe
the subject powerful
was a discourages accumulations 'of capital- MacaJester! SniOCI'-mlla; jan5-3tx 4-door. Trade or terms. 1715 .

in the McGraw-Hill publications. which bank credit 4:00-Doctors: To lay-nbc Washington Street. janlG-3tx lost her i independence
recently means more and more U. E. H>....., M.. t
Guest Rand Stand '
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.. It pointed out that the Taft-Hartley Act must be used because private savings are 4 JO-Sports; First Parade Piano Quartet mb-* -nbo 16-gauge action. shotgun Never six-shot been used.bolt- REAL ESTATE: FOR SALE in been the since year ruled.330 B. until C. and tenaMdays has. I .1 IA.MM ..oo4PHONU

did not subject unions to the antitrust inadequate to meet needs in many cases.: St. Ix>uu> Malluee-cbs Cleaning rod, box shells, $35. by Assyrians. Ruby.*.<*.- .....l ....wI
To Be
laws. It did not abolish industry-wide bargaining It is clear that there has been a seri- Announcedrobs5OOT Comment-nbo Metal luggage carrier, $10. For any kind of properties in Key ans Persians. Greeks Romans. I Miami n. FIs,3s.
Firestone_ car cooler $10. 615 West, be it home or business.
PhIladelphia Orchestra Hour cbs -
Turks and the BrItish- ----
"a kind of second-degree monop- ous misconception both the of the -
part
} on Tea and Crumpets-a lie Fleming, St. upstairs, Apt. 3. contact Paul tsoysen, bZo lem--
It left largely intact the offense of Tv-n. Announced-mbs ... -, .-_ -
oly. public and of men in responsible positionsas 5:15-5waoe. River Boys-nbo jan53txHeater ing Street Phone 153. J- -_ _- ,- : -
10 -- -
featherbedding. Thus the labor monopoly to what are the actual root causes of 5:30-1. Herman QuarUt-nbo' jan3-12tx
True or False-mb*
Florence wicklcss oil
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)has not even been shaken. inflation and what are merely symptoms.The ':4-. :.The..ekl, .King Commentary Cole Trio-nbev cabinet, 2 Grant burners either WANTED TO BUt Overseas Traiisportalton

This can destroy a' naton if corrective price of food or clothing or anythingelse or both may be operated. Sells I

steps are not taken-and the new impending you buy in a store is directly and indirectly TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS $32. Like new. Price, $10. 2 double building lots wanted.
Also gas heater. $3. 1509 Must be a bargain for cash.
Inc.
difficulties in coal illustrate that.
La-
affected by a thousand factors- (Know America) I I George St., near Flagler. Tel., Write H.C.S., c/o Citizen. Company,

bor, like industry must be placed under and government fiscal policy, remote as Thomas S. Mat hews, managing -I 1324-M. janl4-3tx I janlO6txMISCELLANEOUS

the laws which outlaw monopoly of any that may seem, is one of the most important. editor of Time Magazine, I Fast, Dependable Freight oust l Kfr: ... &iirtIae
will be the
Bids Key!
accepted bv
kind. No group and no organiation big- Here is a place where governmentcan born in Cincinati, 47 years ago. !I West Jaycees: until 12:00: Noon 1 bet.-

ger or more important than the national make vital reforms without price con- Dr. Carl A. Ackeiman deanof Jan. 18. 1948, for the sale of: Washers irons, vacuums and MIAMI and KEY WEST

welfare. trol, rationing or dubious device of the Columbia University 14' x 14' frame building:: now : fans repaired. O' riant. Phone
any Graduate Scool of Journalism at Flagler Ave.. near the boule 1164-M. jan2-tf Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLO Us*A BW

1 totalitarian econmics. It remains to be born in Richmond Indiana., 53 vard. The Jaycees reserve the : Between Miami and Kv W.*.

PRETTY SAFE GUESSINGThe seen whether the leaders of government, years ago."Dizzie". right to accept or reject any or !Jessie Sawyer, dressmaking and

in both the Executive and Legislative (J. H.) Dean onetime all bids. jan2-14-16-3t I- alterations. 900 Pearl St

best summaries noted baseball player, born at janl2-6tx Express SchfJulft
produced by branches
will the task.
measure up to 5-gallon Mills ice cream freezer No
( E Reel.
Stop >
Lucas, Arkansas, 37 years ago. *
Washington commentators is that politicswill and 60-galon! hardening cabinet Dressmaking and alterations done
I
i Rev. Hall :M. Griffiths of Phil- LEAVES KEY WEST DAK.Y ...
dominate the affairs of the National Prices would come down if the people adelphia, noted Presbyterian Used 6 months. At $750 reasonably. Appl> 1500 Seminary CEPT SUNDAYS) *| t0 ,.M. A.
below cost. Practically new.I or. Phone 841-J. tivcs at Miami *l 11:00 .'13s.k ......
Administration in the coming months of who want things would exercise patiencein clergyman and editor born in 619 Duval St jan6-3ix jan4-3tx

1948. One authority says that Europe probably their buying.A San Francisco, 48 years ago. --- ----____..._____ I I night.
Maj. General Charles W. Ryder LEAVES MIAMI DAILY t.X
will not get all o( the t-aid it expects noted soldier, born in To- SUNDAYS) at tfcOO ...... ....

-which is a strange prediction, because BIBLE READING STUNT peka, Kans., 56 years' ago Rl HYING night and artless *j Ky W eet *l
8:00 o'c>>ck AJ4.
Europe is already assured plenty of foreIgn Dr. William M. Jardine, president -
Kans. Municipal Our prices are consistent Local Schedule'
I aid. of te Wichita *
A Bible-reading! marathon
: *' ; was recently : University, onetime secretary with our qualify work on (Slept At AH IttrroeHt .......

One commentaor. YS that, 'money concluded in Covington, Indiana, of agriculture. born in On- all of Publications LEAVES KEY WEST I A..Yx..
"e types printing.
will be kept easy," and "the boom will not where 175 volunteer readers read the Old eida Co., Idaho, 69 years ago. CEPT SUNDAYS) al MO (Vn.

be busted if Congress has 'its'way?* Niceif and New Testaments from beginning to 'aittAUEd! jo SWSS! 33iodfjVa. '4, \ stationery. office. A.o'clock M. and P. M.arriv., at Mis s mt IsIS
forms invitations advertising
true. end in ., noted cotton manufacturer, 4l !
seventy-four hours. born at Cedartown Ga.. 67 years oJfiers. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY
We are not prepared to say that the ago. SUNDAYS) al fM ..Wk A M.. .W.

Public officials, holding positions of spectacular stunt arrives at Kty Wild M hIS ..*...
was entirely useless. It I I P. N.i .

high responsibility and authority have at- may have directed some attention t the --;. i
? The Artman Press .;:
Your Grow SELLS That Good
tempted to speed up" the spending of Bible as a book to be read. Then again, FREE PICK-UP ansi DELIMiKY
SHRVK1K
Congressional appropriations to fever it may have done nothing more than setup STAR BRAND Croons and Ana Streets -- FULL C\IUO; LNSURANCK
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heat. in order to exhaust 1948 funds record Phone 51
at a to be emulated by those who AMERICAN IifM
COFFEE MAIN OmCE aUdWAREHOUSC.t. ..... k y.. .
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an early date and thus force Congress to will attempt to read the Bible in less timoor and CUBAN PHONES, 92 AND ..

vptc more of the taxpayers' milions. to read it twice in more time. -Try A Pound Today_ ___- ,
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Chapter 17 there like Carol with the idea marred for the rrt cf.li lire
that fictional murder wculd russet if it dd
nit kill nun. lie
of the storm had sate:
THE fury the taste cf the real thing out of Carol pulling at Nowka's crm.
passed altogether when Brant their mouths. making no mere impression than
left Macfarlane's bedside and a Then as he passed the theater a gnat would make on a h poo.
semblance of peace lay over'the and came abreast of the Apex potamus. He noticed the lagged
snow-shrouded town. But in Grocery next door he heard a tear from collar to skirt of her
a grunting and a scufflirg .Halting blue-and-white jacket.
Brant's. private world 'the chaos he peered into the darkness of He tried to close his eyes and
fcras only bcfInning. the tunnel that led to. the door could netSudden. .
t l Knowing John Macfarlane'sreason of the store whici. was closed. Iv there were shouts and
for being tired of life was His eyes made out a Culkv shace running foctsttps Xo.-.ka's boot
worse than not knowing had bending ovir. swaying atifle.. stamped down. but he was swin -
,- been. Then there had been the There was another smaller shaDe tog pond-rouslv ta face a new
r : hope that the diagnosis would beside the large one lying on the enemy and the heel missed
suggest the cum but now Brant Boor of the tunnel More br intuition Brant's cheek bv the fraction of
h felt himself helpless. The strengthof than recognition Brant an mcd A deep familiar voice!
the sick man's attitude lay .in knew that the. hquor-crszed Al bellowed.. "You're under arrest.
P the truth on which it was based. Nowka was In there and: had been Nowr:. !" and ad:fed:! a torrent of
for Brant could not deny that struggling with another person practice profanity.
Ella vas the only woman be could An instant later there was a In ttrant's vision flashed the
imagine ,him**)'' in love with. gasp and a strangled voice cr>ing. [ broad figure of Sheriff Ed Worth
And it was in the interpretationMac "Helo!" and the voice was. and the gangling fr,ma of Ray
.1.1I placed upon these facts. and Carol's. Saundi'rs his deputy Now ka took
I in what he intended to do about one look at the revolver In
pRANT mo'ed'ithcut Worth hand and surrendered
them that the situation became conscious -
a dreadful. U thought springing toward sullenly
Brant's thoughts played trai- the tunnel and Nowka Put the cuffs on him. Rav."
torous tricks on him. even as he lunged forth to meet him. Brant "You worth said"He looked at Carol.
swore to himself that he would dodged a murderous sweep 'of hurt
I.t. 1.\14w find.a way to reverse Mae's 'decision. I Nowka's fist and drove his N-po 1 guess not. Andy came
i If Mac should die-if in knuckles hard against the big fel- just" in time"Been
= ',' low's chest and ch"r : hunting him for two
spite of all they could do to save,
f 1 \.. him he should have his in I It was like pu-ich-r a padded hours. Reckon it'll be a long time
f' "" ;, .. .. this a matter-it was way Inevitable Statue. Note ka paid no attentionto before he gets eut of jail Hay
that is *"
lAF' : e".JIaotO) Ella should become I the blows but aimed a power Andy knocked out
Mrs. Andrew Brant alter a little ful one of his own that Brant She sadHe took a terrible
t SOME ii WOMEN. BMmlMn of the Jefferson'Parish tnd.#en- lapse, of time. There would be a""I failed to duck. It seemed to Brant boating.: She spoke from close
4 <..( Voter LH", .. wave brocau aa dreams that had been born side of his head her knees therp She had his head
the
the urtlM d.... on
r" There in her against
green campus at East Lansing.I I was no blackout. Total arms; her
a rfeeiiBipatlen at Jatttnen Parish n.. New Orleans. La. The unconsciousness would have been: breast. and she was saying.
......". ... la which a photographer's camera was mashed.t tried He sword to smother under those hit breath indecent and preferable however to the pa- "And) : Wake up. Andv It's all
llUw4 .. ralvsis that took possession of his right now. Oh. my darling:. what
cUifc '
ilates
c etw. a the two 'factions .with in itd.mocratic thoughts but they had already
did
to ?
body. Hlay on his back. auiv- t you Oh. Andy my
f primary election whkh'will. be held. Jan. SO.r seta blood. .blaze. that heated his ering in all his limbs. unable to dear!-
-_._- .'-- -- -- _...-- i move b,t his mind was un- Then her lips: were against his.
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The red-and-yellow of the fogged and his eyes missed noth- soft and frantic and her tears
TODAVSAMVKH.SAHIKS !'in Boslon. Died<< September 1, Idle Hour Theater glowed ahead. ing.He were falling on his face as lightly
i 1923. of him. He read the scarlet letterson saw Nowka come forward as snow flakes, and he unds'-stood
.) : the posters Down Among the and lift a huge foot to sma"h it at last what she had been trYing
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1878-Harry Carey; veteran Dead Afe*-and how down in his face--a bather-::: .in a hundred ways to tell himTo .
IIC... Am.rka) i sere n star of silent picture days many of the townsfolk had eone booted foot that would leave him ( be itlajcai

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auldfer-MiciiMvr. a maker of New York. Died in Hollywood, 1
California&, at one tune in romIMM -< September. 21, 194T.. I Colors may be divided into Deaths from syphilis among < More than 7,050: miles 01 mine
| of Union Armies in Civil warm hues--ted, orange and U. S. physcian arc at only one- tunnels have been cut in exti'act. I
yellow-and cool hues such. third the rate found in the at Butte. Montana. -
f ar, tarn in O'Nrida County, Ducks die not only when shot as general ing topper ore
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{laM-Ourb* Shales Smith pick VP thelead Awhile gathering -- ._--_. .- -- -. ... .--.---- .,.- ---

famed 81 Lams txMfe engineer. ,',rit' ,in- sRailaW water -and ..........I .....II.IlrRrl m1aU! Md !:i !iiS :lt6 1I iiD8 HJZ ...1Ir..ti
Mrrtrmt bridge rnfinrer of his get lead poisoning.
Kn+tatiun. born in Pittsburgh.IlMd mCHLCh

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caused by an argument : 711 DUVAL : .......................L- .......-ti........... ........ ........ ............................................
with a customer on ra fur coat, STREET PHONE 1000 : :

left Robert fee repairs L. Bull proved, 80-year-old fatal to I ; Plenty of Action Toys for the Children i:. .:If It Is Electrical WE WE REPS SELL IT ITI I ;; ... POOR OLD CRAIG i I j

Uilor When the customer left :: : We Will Call For and Deliver WHITE STARCLEANERS :
Electrical
his chop with the Service Station :
or followed lr down coat the the street tail, Appliances Repaired :. 30 Years'Experience la Electrical Work ;

arguing ly, he pitcnid with her Then dead sudden .......................................1 .......:. .l.J.L"ClL., 211 Duval Street : : J. H. BRADY.Fnnda'ad Man.-DI I doa Streets PHon SIM ::
heart attack. over of a .. ... ... .. .. ..... Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. ,.
1r. t. .. : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE. 41 : 701 DUVAL STREET Tires Tube Batteries Auto Aeca..ka i ..:

WILLOV SMILE s. HOMESS03VDRYJSTORE i :............................................. : 922 SIMONTON. STREET "Your' PURE OIL and GASOLINE Oaxifar* .
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: 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. e.......e.eee........ ......p............... DRY CLEANING. ............ .!............................\ i
It's Expected "Your Patronage Invited"Ice : : 211 SIMONTON STREETPRITCHARD P. O.BOZ 412 BE.\UTY '

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.: CretanProprietary' Medicine. : NEIL SAUNDERS
Clerk (to manager of store:i DYEING : Overseas HoW 111 Fleetly >St. .
"When 1 sold that lamp why did : Sick Room Supplies ..School'Supplies : : 24-11 our Service : I
you want rat to bill him extra : : f DONALD BARBER ,

a for bulb.the"shaJr. electric cord and I :..........Toilet......Preparation.:o..........and....Article............... SIGNS !. DELIVERY FREE PICK-UP SERVICE and : V' WmSptdattn In :

UanacenOh.. he's our local I .: Sales LICENSED : Scalp Treatments flair. Dyed :
,1 I. -Rental :
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automobile dealer. AIX rmrs ar araim cramsSTELL'S
i MUMFORD and ROSS :.......Outdoor e......Advertising.........On...the...Florida......Keys........: ..................... .....Phone......175............P1Jea........'.' .warts.............; .,..:

TOUIN IIiSTORY I I -220 DUVAX. STREET : .....................I/.e..........N.......... ...................... ...: ;: .... .....s

1SS2-The(Know Knights America of) Columbus -< : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : : : RUSS.ELL'SrUNEiIiAL .i ; BEAUTY i ) .KHii( : tan ;:

founded by 9 men meeting "Carrier : ; Scientific. Beauty Culture J a
hInua New Haven, Ccno, parish 'II i a.r Air-Conditioning; DRYG'OODS'i: i LOPEZ : All BranchesThoroughly : : ,
I'r *,,*: for Domestic and Commercial'Use : 'EsAerieaieed' Yf' : ..'
JICSTheSouth Magnetic .: 3- : PHONES -: :< 'IISO ':: HOME ..55; 1106 OLlVtXLsTREETPHONED!!<: : : Funeral Service Operators "
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19 It-Getntan minister in I:. .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaae JI73Specialising ; : Established 188S : .-
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States *In tie war sufficient I ] : Who Serve Best ; '. : Licensed Funeral : ..........................-........_.._........
Americans en never reach Europe HOT .POINT l : : Directors and : ................I.............................
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in time to do the Allies any : WE HAVE NEVER ; ; inWgmen''; : : : Forr -r Customers;rriendi and the PubUc liwttM ;
good. ELECT1IIC' JrLANGES. and APP. NCES BETRAYED A TRUST- : ElUbaImer24Hollr* ,
IRQ-Natitnal prohibition in RepaJ' frs on Sewing Machines ft AH Electrical ApplLu WE NEVER WILL ?&,(and :: Frances Beauty Salon .
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effect1920The' I CALLED FOR and DELIVERED' f .. :. Frances Park. Owaet :

League of Nations Council first of meetsin the Home pfSfSSS'.w' ; Ambulance Service : ': Children's j : : Ambulance : : ? 1010 GRIKNELL STREET: :

Paris-demands tbe Kaiser I Appliance > : Telephone 548 : *:- : Service : Beauty 'Culture in all''its Phe.. ,:

from Holland. I r :....::.........:.......... :
...................... ; Apparel : : / Penncmanta Scalp Traatvie :
192-John D. Rockefeller .l .. .. Nferer Sleeps : Phone 135 : : Fadal
1 gives tl,600OO( )) to restore Tok [ .... ,.........e.......*.... T....... ............ ........ ..-. Night 633 L1' Shampoo Manicuring ; iii:
yo's ImperUI University Library I.r : : HOUSEHOLD ..... ... .....!+ .........] ......e...........For...AppoUtment.........Phea.....1531Marion's ..........4e
destroyed by the earthquake. R.R. RUSSELL : ..... .e.e.e.................................
1WI President Roosevelt GOODS : .j: : .iiiii s. ...................... .CASAluESOCAYO ... :
asks Congress for 200 cargo SOt WILLIAM STREET .PRONE'831-R : A '1 .... .
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ships.1M1. SA"RGAINS'in SPREADS CURTAINS : Key West Fla.
-Carole Lombard (Mrs. LUNCHEON SETS ; : Licensed : : : BEAUTY SALON i :
Clark Cable& ) killed in plane I : :BATH SETS BLANKETS .DRESSES : ETC. i "Southernmost.Housa> In UJSJL .1 :
crash. Call 831-R and Goods Will Be : SOUVENIRSCONCH : 1400 DuTal Street Talaphone 1314 '
: Brought,to Your Door : :
1944-On. Eisenhower arrives : = CASH or TIME PAYMENTS; : PAINTING ContractorFREE .; SHELLS .Expert Hair Tinting !Hair CWt1n ., t,:. .

mand In of Invution London to forces.take com ................................ ....i : .......: ; ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED .'- ; All Sizes I Personabeed.Corectiv Permanenw..ttrlmg Focled s V b* Jt :.

194S-U. S. 3rd Army lashes h ....... ...........r........-.. .... ::..:........ .e Telephone.e.e....9127....114...DuTal.....Street.....Jefferson..:.:..Hotel. ....:te COCOANUTSSPONGES .;....*...Exclusiy.......but...Not...Expamtty.........*.................:

out fleeing from Belgian south against Bulge.146Ptstdent Germans 1 Save 20% ;; ......*................ee 5..5..........-...*.**.11i .......e..e...........i......*.*..*e**.eeee.

Truman tells : SJS5K *.Ire Insurance :S :: LANDSCAPING LAWN "' .'ft"ft.ft : :. For More Natural HairTiming :
both CIO and U. S. Stell .: : PRUNING-TOPPING. .
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bides house. z wfthljf.fc.! ; or
heads to settle wage dispute or t ",} : and HEDGE Triaom d. : :
hold ''PICT.-Top SOIL LOTS Cleared
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he will make a proposal himself S ., : Atlantic Mutual t Fire Insurance Co." : Will Ship to Any Port : Permanent :
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-id the public Interest." : Marl Hauled, $5.00 for 4 Yards... Lots i S of U.S. or Canada :
.All Policies Non Aussii
2 Save ,15% on I3 BEAUTYCOLONY
.... 1947-Army and Navy officially Mercantil. j'-\"'r. ; : Cleared and Marl\ Spread, Very.Reasonable Marcy S. Palacio
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: : JEFFERSON COFFEE? SHOP. :. i REAL ESTATE. : School
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'.:. .: ... 822 Fleming Street -, .. :. : Open Daily and Sunday, :. Sales : LICENSED BEAUTICIANS _, 1 s

RADIO : For the.Best : : 5P.M.tolA.M.\ : : Appraisals : Specializing in the Most Modern Phmse : ,

i i SALES and : : SERVING Dinners TM. 'tS : Leases ; of Beauty Culture ...
COMPLETE : : Rentals : Phone 206 for Appointment :
i : Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : : : : SE RABLA ESPANOL :
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Street Dayton Bicycle ; : SERVICE : J. OTTO
:. Q Stsalcota Rubber, Enamel : : Daily between 9:30 AM.and 3:30 :
2612 HARRIS AVENUE .-- : : KIRCHHEINERREALTOR :

PHONE 1301 :. : ,' : Rental Service : We Repair and Rewind All Type of : : : : from P.M.-publiC Appointments by Senior are Students accepted of s Q : I
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I'lrk-Up and : ;. : PHONE 1013 ; : ELECTRICAL MOTORS : 919 Whitehead Street TheSouthernmost
: Bob Daniels.ProprietorMAJESTIC
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s : : ; \ ON of DISPLAY : Are You Covered Financially? INSURANCEOFFICE : 523 Southard Street ""l( :

: : : : S There are a number available with over Vw hours ; ..
Electrical Wire Recorder. 3 RADIO Phonograph : The Financial Responsibility Law is Note ;, : of state approved Instruction who know the latest
..:; ; AD Ideal- Gift- Liberal. Trade-in Allowance : : Effective for All Owners of Auto and Trucks : : phases in beauty culture. These student beawtietaaa, Sunder
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Service Bring Your Radio for Repair : : Drop In and Let Us Explain This Law to You Todayl : 521 SOUTILVKD beauty culture, do good work at very low pr.... Although .i
'Slo. Ourgad' : : to A Radioman24Hour: : STREET ., appointments are not required. Is advlsaUe. : ..:
Batteries Key West Insurance Co. : : For Appointment Stop at s :t
Starters ad Generators Radio Opposite Bus Station : : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 537 : k

LIGHTS and S ;..316...SIMONTON..........STREET......... ........PHONE......1371.....: .. .................................A*......esi.
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TUNE UP .. .,:!\ ; BICYCLES I REPAIRED i .._ : Just Arrived--COAT SUITS TI 11711 In-Trimami :
.. : DRESSES..Lace-Trimmed SLIPS.PANTIES.GOWNS ;
: 'qjk : FOR SALE LMfO RENT : : THEPorterAllen- : ; ...Lovely DRESSES for Children...Drapes.Cortalas.beets. :
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AIsMuscCo i .Pillow Cases...Combination TABLE sad FLOOR
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: We Have Authorized MAJESTIC Dealer Satisfied .
I Dtrral StreetPHOKE : : The HIT Latest 629 Eaton Street 920 DIVISION STREET PHOKE 1380 : Company : HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. :

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: tt..eMLaCucba31tl : : RALPH FARALDO PHOlfEI : 4 4Han Floor Covering Co.
)tey Watt Agent Xt4 : SoaP. Detergent and BI.ach SappU.dOPEN : Fun! : : .
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19 their winter vacation away from Bard College at the Ocean lain Katie Antoinette Logan and Roberts Deputy installed Chap-- I?) /in fr rww.rv. ... rvwvrrvwv.. .vvvv.vv.........,.......y....... ....... .....- ,
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the following officers of 1! :.,'" .
MM o9o. the second American woman since Amelia Ear- I' 'f ... .. .. .

best to receive the order of th. -Aguikt Azteca". the highest Sparkling No. 14 Waters for the RebekahLodge ensuing I! r "- vv .-. t' ...._. : \".,. ", .__ '. ..,,.. .........- .. ) _.>,,.'... ......,". ... /.'
award the Mexicoa: Government can bestow upon a foreigner. year Tuesday evening Janu-i ( : 4

hM( been a pioneer in education methods and has ,workeduaceatiaaly ary 13. I \ ..- (.... II 4
la the international field for better understanding. P. N. a, JUlia Knight; N. C. .. .... '' '$ 'i, ( .,.
n.. dec oration was given her in-an ImpressiTo,ceremonyat Violet Stickney; V. G. Emma I ,, "; :-. .- t' ...... .. ji.
the Pan-American Union Building In Washington, D. C., before Braxton; Recording Secretary, { 'f'. > '*- '
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a gathering whose names read like a roster of Washington ; [ : .
society and included both 'major'' party' leaders. "TIME" described Secretary Louise Thompson; I* 1. I.. .1' w trMiw' "' ii:
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Mix Rogo asa" restless New Yorker, who studied art Treasurer Bernice Park; War- I[! '
1ft New Yore: Porte and Vienna wrote,for,newspapers in.Latin den Zeva Felton; Conductor .} 1'-.v. x x.as

America. qct caught ia a rebellion in. Mexico,shipwrecked Emma Curry; Color Bearer I .t-. ;
; Flossie Taylor 1. G. Myrtle I .J.
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oN Havana spent her honeymoon (with artist Stefan# : HkEch) in I ..1... .... s'ft'rf ". ,
Sands O. G. Mary Knowles
fee tables 1 of Yucatan end hit it off so -well- with the kids Chaplain; Frances Albury; R. ; II :. >;' ...,.. L__

el :T co. Mexico _that she* N. G. Leona Collins; L. S. N. s.-j .ir .- .". .. i
'\ UWt.d an art school for Pearl Papy; R. S. V. G. Katie .

....... ? In' Gubernatorial Race Logan; L. S. V. G. Josephine I I .. .#.......'" < a .,
The life ,4 this todnatihzwvmaa Johnson; Music Verna Lowe. I[ : : I w la>t+ at 4F

r U .* amazing as her After installation of officers a I ... :
ether ""'vttnrats. She was the I b birthday program in honor of 'I '"< .- .
fiat furvtr at m shipwreck to i Thomas Wiley the founder of .
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tke movks of it which were Oddfellowship was held. ... .. -. .
town by Paramount News, she After the closing of the lodge, ). ,4F a
has cewrd eTrrjrthinc to aid. refreshments were served by I I ,- ,
tet r.Ainerli rtlatkms from Sisters Bloney Vladez and Leona .- t .
fee lint spidsl 1 American miss. t;:;' sra. tir' E Collins. ... : ,; I.!' :- 4

stoa ta U. .ske te the Cbapulte- '_ :
pee sad San Francisco Confer- 3 e JOSEPIIUS DANIELS < ? 4

chew inrludini the Intr-Am- (Continued From Page One) .', -'--. .. 4
ericsn lltiUry Commission, -- ,1- .
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private life reflected a boundless t.. J t 4
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B altrl conferrncex, Hollywood .,.
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When ;
not in the : .
toad will tours, PmidenUU -- energy. public !. ,. ., oW
uid Irtelkctusl faiaucurvtion service'he edited and managed ;r .c.-. w: siA. 4 0-, .__________ a x,4 : -
at Raleigh N. C. the News and ,. 4
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As tat tspUbts it she baa :
I Dbeserver .a 'newspaper 'which I
vr d Lstin AMerican attain 1
brought him affluence. He wrote .
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te. three media and three IanU -- I
|' ceS. She .has written' ph-jto- books and-articles for syndicates :
and 'was'active in the Methodist ,
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and sketched and interrttwrd '
graphed .oq t
foople coastantly inSpanish Episcopal.church. South, having t ": .
t French and even in I been delegate to several, of its : ; :
conventions: :. .
AtMrkaa. Khe combines the artist. 'h' .
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1"ULLEft. '''WALRW' I Daniels had an innate ,ability r v .
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trswkr, lecturer, teacher ::
sd Journalist with seemingly to make'friends and to 'hold .:: 4 +

tike greatest of ease and has so I II them. He also made enemies t .: '. > : : i
Filler Warren, who feared his pointed'pen.. *
is
many Ideas on how she going ;: .. ,
He was subjected to bitter-criticism .; :. .
te put all this into a book not ., "\ : :\,'t .
about -. but about theta while he was secretary of '- ". ; ...
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Enters Contest '
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() the navy. Shortly after he.;;took -- ,
.feiac et art that she leaves I I.u. I 'i" ti 4
on refreshed and stimulated. the PQ1'in 1912 he banished' intoxicants : ti'L 'f'l\ .
J Tbe' book will Include her exptrkncM For Governor ,from naval,vessels and = ," : { .. :: "': ., : 4I :
from' the tone In 1931 later 'he established .'schools .
when she fouaded and directed I I 'tariisl aboard ships for enlisted n)en. ,.' 4
r*Tfc*ritt t>>) iF
br tow widely known school Ridicule widespread-when ; :
.. Ming for children in Taxto. JACKSONVILLE Jan. 16. be signed an order abolishing f ;. .
'r : It wet recognized by the ,Fuller Warren, Jacksonville attorney "port" and "starboard" as terms : : :. .:
... and-two-time' member of for "left" and "right" aboard .
.Ieu Oerrnunent after
Csatb hesitation and has done the Florida legislature,"announced navy ;;ships. This was attacked -
.uth to Influence art education :formally"today he is a candidate as an absurd thing for a "land- f Meet : A
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.la both Mexico sad the Unlte1States. tor.tbe.Democratic'nomina- Tubber 'editor" to tell.'sons. the I Boy L

Th paiatinss were ex- tion primary.for governor- in the. May sea.The '
NW..s aU ever this country rai test of his steel came, .
t M/ by the College Art ABocla-l I!, Warren...42- ar-01d Navy, ettrfne however when the United'States .
ties whom they created both 1* had, been /.considered* a entered the world war., The :
\ eaatreverty and imitation. 1|I probable'candidate for some navy was expanded to a person-

J IDleD Tbe foOiwiaf aa : ."year was the asked dyaa to* time cordeda4, and: wide generally lead:has in the been face ac nel completion.533,000;; 2,000,000 ships were American rushedto I : YbuWi
I 3 Be Gid
IMrw\ 190 artists ia the teachel ., by> -political writers and' strawballots. soldiers/were transported across I I To Know 1
.' However, his
M g paiaUnf to children for statement the'sea'under:: naval escort.with II
tae FeUmJ Arts Project in New today was 'his first, public announcement out loss- of one, and 'more ,than I I It
York. Aftr fire months she had on the'subject. 14.000.000,000 were spent with- {
peeved her point that we could' A life-long 'student of government out hint of extravagance;.graft or t
I de VM sane thine here as had Warren has one of the incompetence.When tI
been. done ia Mexico, by aataoekeut most important.planks' in his Franklin D. Roosevelt, I :
eshibhoa that ... 2f-! ointc platform, "reduction in who served under Daniels as- .

held at.Bmuactoa in 4IM- She College.has taught at the art: the unbearably, through high the cost estab-ofgovernment" sistant camepresident secretary in of 1933 the and navy nam-, be- I. : He's just a lad with a bag of newspapers slung i

I l Jshnwnt vof a central purchasingcommission ed his old "boss". then past 70.
Uaivttstty School in SaD Miguel'
de. ACrntfe In Mexico she has' .-'and other progressive as ambassador to Mexico. the appointment ; ,#. over his shoulder or a basket full attached to :
lectured t. Latin American affairs measures., He asserted that met with student ob- ,
such .fc commission would, "save I jection there. The Mexican dissidents -
at Wiliams College lumtntff -
aaaitiia. and oa art ia many millions of. dollars now being held him accountable for his bike-but he's a success story in the making. '
I eeuOttiti eoQrfrs for the Came wasted each' year by haphazard American warships firing. on ,
tie. Arts Pro).ct. buying of supplies and. commo- Vera Cruz 'in 1916. I
tin tvMband Stefan Hirschhas dities fbr*the state government. Was Amateur Journalist I Because he's learning about people, about finance :

fekce on amusedly at all ,of Warren had. this to'say- abouteducation' The objections soon subsided, .
'... ctiyHfet. ;'in Florida: however, and the Daniels
these Mod and exciting per- and how conduct business
Hira.lf a distinguished Education: -should be'' on a sonality soon made him recognized to a through :
trust ...tonally famous since parity with all other branchesof a'helpful friend of the republic :

121 Is hoI..w: of Fine Arts government, in factas'well_ asbi to which he was accred- i his route. alert he will also
HId Htairmaa .. the Division of theory.Some of my, plans for ited. newspaper Bright, i
Art.' Music Drama and Dance Improving. the 'schools'' include Daniels became a :
increa. aes ;'in' teachers' ;salaries when newspaper, .. .. become self sufficient and well
at Bd CaUrg a progressive and benefits; improvement of publisher in 1876 as an f poised so have
edncatkmal institution at An- 'conditions '. ;Amateur he issued a weekly paper -. ? i
Baadato-on-tladson. N. Y. Hewn working' ; enlargement at Wilson. He graduated to
atcl,, .
abo chairman of the Art modernization pres- profesSional work when he be- / a friendly word for him every day.
Ptttnaa at Benninfton College, ent school l buildings "fend' con- came editor of the Wilson Ad- : !
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ycrsoenti and has taught for seyersl rtructlon: ,of vnew ones; where' N' nce..at the age of 18..,.In '1885 ; : .. .
needed
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emphasis .
yen fct the' Art Students ; on I he moved:ttf.Raleigh"and bqughta .:
curricuTuiri .4.
League h%' New York City. His "development'and an controlling interest- in* the : .
.... haw beam collected adequate lops ranger :financial \Estate Chronicle."
-C by Previously-he __
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I the .PhilUpe Memorial' Gallery, program i : !Sy Ideas on-such mat: bad published small papers in i t t' the iIl i
ten 'audio-visual education
I Wa>Mn bediscussed
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I Miumim.. Whitney Mu- doning" the Latter venture to study
1 MUM of American Art the ihf detail- as ..the, campaign -: law at the University of North : t 1 boys you know to :
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I pgresses :
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Newark Museum The Dart Carolina-not with the intent -bf .
mouth College Art Gallery .the practicing law but to broaden i .4t
Los& Aajclrs. Museum The Dartmouth FAVORS 'LARGER himself for his newspaper. ca- t t earn by selling this -- ;
CMlrfe" Art Gallery, the' (Continued From Page One) reer. '. 2
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Los Aacelrs Museum and bypirate'etk turn In ,its hostile'' statements, In 1837 h: was appointed state 4
tors such as the, practically' all untrue, about the printer, an office which helped = Iielos P a P er on a : ....:. : .
horfcefrltrrs and many others.Me .' United States Smith pointed out him financially to become a successful -
painted a number of large that America is spending only publisher. He held this 1 rdutctve'llassign. '
murals in New York for*the U.' $12 million to explain to the post-the only state office of his regular :

S. Caurtbouae in Aiken S. C, world the blessings under a democratic life-for six years giving it up t 4
! .ad the U. S. Post Office in, form of government. in 1833 to go to Washington as *
i Bauneville. Mies. He .added that the United chief clerk of the interior department I ;
Sheldon Cheney calls him States should provide from $35 in the second Cleveland .
"one of the foremost muralists to' $40 million more to expandthe administration.After .
he developed a more personal services conducted by the two years in Washington, t 4
esnressonistic style and has applied "Voice of America" broadcasts. he returned to Raleigh to remain fI' 4
it to picturing with social) 18 years before becoming secre- '

purpose and associative mean DOVE SOUND "MINE" tary News of the navy. He bought the : Circulation Department '1 !
tIlDd Observer a rival pa-
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Recently' he has executed a Thompson' of Tavernier. Dove per, in 1894 and combined it with I II
cries of war paintings among the "State Chronicle." With Dan- 'f :
Sound IS about on the end of
them and "Old World Trilogy Dove Creek which is four miles iels as editor the paper grew to
first Shown at the Whitney Museum wide political influence in the
east of Tavernier.
in 1M7 and now at the When the officers reached the state and nation. It claimed for I The Key West I

University, of Louisville Art Institute. pot they found several protuberances country a time to whose be the only circulation daily in the.
Begun as -general : i sticking out from the ex- i
commentary' on the war it received sides,which gave rise to the civilian ceeded the population of its city t
focus when Stefan Hirsch of publication. I
belief it was a mine. The 4
Went to Germany toward the protuberances were fittings of Daniels was born May 18. 1882. 4
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end of the war as Bombing Rearth the buoy and looked much like in Washington N. c. the son of I t .

.* Analyst for the Morale those fastened on mines to deto- Josephus iels. His and father Mary a Cleaves ... ..... AA.... ..,..............A... ... ...AA..A..AAAAAA..A 1
Division of the U. S. Strategic nate them. Dan-I ..
and finished died when his son was a
Uumbiac Survey was I
on his return in the ,light G::real'is regarded as a tran- and Mrs. Daniels, left in only I t -
of this experience. Dr. Bier,, modest 'circumstances' moved to l! ... . j
Wilson where
historian rails it -major young Josephus received -
art .
such early training as the .
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comment o' the war.
artistic its unpretentious flavor and the I
This'is the first visit of this I artistry of both the architectureand period Later he afforded managed in to that comnlete section..! .' <

Interesting couple to Key West .,, the food that they promise course at the Wilson Collegiate a r
but they are so enchanted with, to.. come>again and again. Institute. I,
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 18, 1949 __ .. _- _': __ :-THEkMfl5Sfr; CITIZEN I PAQEW1_ I

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Parade Last: Night Despite Key West Legionnaires I Marines\' Defeat. Tourist Club Organize r' {I IV tetions approval.The Chamber met w 41t at J '



Win Attend ASR 7, Wilkie .V At fun also night announced for winter to4a.-Msiietra, ,
To f
Weather Wednesday
Biting Chilly Tampa.. MeetingARTHUR Meeting' tourists on Friday at tike Jwl

Loses To SonarThe son Square YMCA butMtaf.Th .
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FINALISTS! IN BEAUTY*, SAWYER POST I GROUP OF VISITORS;lit'- i program wtHcemmunity f aeite.

-I first game of the City following were'. present at the stag with Tel.

aTFRIDE: IN AN Mrs. Abramson TO BE WELL REPRESENTED ] LABELS PETRILLO Recreation Basketball League I. "PLANNING OUTING![I gathering Mr and Mrs. Otto | at the piano; -Key West

'ECONOMIC PIRATE'' last night was ei little slower than! en" in kodachrome by
Oi'KN GIRL DIMES; Mother ; MAINE DAY TRIPS, PICNICS AND Schneider Njles; Al Smith. Jersey : RelUy; Dick BaftW.........
Visiting
the other tw. The Naval Ordnance '
.City; MOo Moran, Jersey City; handcuff king; a qtete

IIANCK: TONIGHT Mrs. S. GardnerMrs. PLANS DISCUSSEDThe I T :: : beat the Beachcombers 29 I BOAT RIDES I George Eriggs; Erie;'Mary Fort-!and refreshmeaU on tK*
to 22. Naval Ordnance led all ,
: J. queen
nerr CenterviUe. Tenn. Dr. j Abo a el the isaM
Despite a biting wind and I American Legion, Department through the playing. Murray i Plans are afoot for the formation -1'A
Dimon JMlsS. be chosen
Lillian
Florence Gardner Abramsoa Sayre
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1 made 10 for his Naval:
HUlliAC" teatpreatur.. th* IMS of Florida Mid-Winter i points of a social organization: : of --
former Key Wester. team and Castillo the Smith, JerseyCity- ; 'and R. it I I
will be held in
I Conference Tampa topped the
>March at? Dim opened last now a resident of New York this weekend Jan. 1718.\' scoring for the Beachcombers. visitors planning tq spend Sturges, Atlanta. The Indian
rUM. with a roniptrtUwly City and Mrs. May Aretsky., of 'I Frank H. Caton, department The ASR 7 led the Boca .Chi winter season in Key West. j*. R.' H. Sturges, is interested in kill mountain "O.teera"has .

mall but wU rcaaiwd parade. Yonkers N. Y, are visiting the commander will be the presiding ca Marines in the first half but At a meeting cf a representative organizing a male, '.quartette been Iran t.ted "chid
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nkUnc. .ta MI open rar wr former's mother Mrs. Sarah II officer. II T Ya f fYtrpAnto the Boca Chica boys picked up group of winter' visitors at among the group. .., and his su&- the Sky." ...
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Chloe Martin. Mars. Fields. Gardner 1221 Petronia street. Many speakers of national repute in the second half and finished the Chamber of Commerce office ] .
Bvrfcr Parker and The visitors intend to remain I l
Yankey .
are slated for the session. ahead 32 to 28. The score by schedule of
Carbon. finalist ta the Mia here five days."Dream The conference will conclude quarters showed the teams.is1one j Wednesday night a ;
"
Mrrft DUnrt rontcst" whichptMil I activities was tentatively set TAKE A LOAD Occ YOUR I
with'a joint luncheon on Sunday: point ahead of the other all
JmuhaUhtausljr with the GirF To afternoon. Guest speaker will be''I through the game. Both teams I up, said Harold R. Laubscher, MIN01' VOUTOO,CAN ffAVsA

drive.On. I Milt D. Campbell direcctor of had a man put out on fouls. Dil- Chamber manager, today. cAS4t LOAN t
of Uw three (irb will be Be Presented At national defense who will speak lard for the Marines and Chil- Next week a progressive .
spara.d by the Navy, and the on "Universal Military Training." ders 'for the ASR 7 were top bridge party will be held time ;

otferr thrw by various orcaoUatios School Tomorrow Department headquarters will: j scorers. and place to be announced later i: '100o'300() r'.Irr'
yet to tie :med. be the Hillsboro HoteL Auxiliary(;I The USS Wilkie and the So- this week. Plans for the future'! ,
Wit the mum of warmer include outing trips picnics and ear u Hom
headquarters will be ,Floridani I nar School had another hot :
weather It U. the plait of Ivan Joe Pinder, president of the Hotel. J game. The final score in favor boat trips. <.i Auto and Personal LoansGOAUVLERGIAI :161 1 i /h
BaCtU. Dime drift director to Key. West Junior Chamber of I Paul Albury and Jane Wnid- Irse tn.a fete
the The following members of Ar of Sonar School 23 to 22 withMcKee
hays the gills stationed on op. Commerce announced today York thur Sawyer Post No. 28 will attend -' their to point man. den, representing the City Rcc-1 i esoo l. >t t1.tN
Guild of New
posit corners' of Duval and I Civic Drama : C. B. Harvey post commander -! Tonight there will be a girls'game reation Department, volunteered ,i CREDIT PLAN sec _tttt l
would its production '
I present .,
Southard intenrctko the cervices of their MOM IMCOKPOItATSO rr
M many West ;Albert J. Mills national I before: the high school : depart. f f.lit.fq.t
nights as possible during the I Dream High School Girl"Auditorium at the Key at 9:15: executive committeeman; U. J. Varsity llilT C: The High School ment in connection with 'organ- I: 421 Fleming Street

nmpa( LEAch Delgado, grand chef de train,I I Varsity girls.:v tomorrow. 'I ..
of the girls will have one hour of the 40/8; Vance C. Stirrup, department Alumnae.BASKETBALL{ board courts at Bayviow Paris -- .
The performancewas -
of the balanc scales symbolic advanced" 'After efforts to committeeman; Robert I Albury said arc available for ,! mI
of this year's Key West drive. I Ic.p 1 visitors and citizens between
the
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have the date _changed had fail- Daniels condueteur Voiture 128i;; { ) I i
On one end of the scales arm that and Kermit Richardson. executive I hours of 8 a. m. and }Q. p: m., :
will be a bucket representing ed and due to the fact committeeman. Miss,Gret-I JUSTIN N ,LER."president of V with an attendant on duty to distribute I '
in
polio and on the other a bucketto many owner and perks the National Association of equipment.. ,
McClain. Auxiliary I
downtown businesses ,would be na president
receive contributions.' of Unit 28, will attend the auxiliary: Broadcasters testifies before SCHEDULE Bill Krcll manager of the
of the oportunity
Each 10 cents collected by deprived i f' held sessions. : house labor :committee in Wash- V Key West Aquarium, was present ttlla

each girl will be a vote for her. at seeing the the usual performance hour of 8:30: p. m. The Mid-Winter Grand Promenade ington. Miller labeled Japes Sponsored, bv City Recreation and volunteered the use of ;I I IR
contributions U- all facilities the
When the I at Aquarium
are 40 and 8 will mUsicians
The production of "Dream of the convene C. Perrillor: ;. head of the Department
lied at the end ot the drive. also. Recreation center, for the use of
evening
Girl, promises to be one of the on Saturday ; unions an "economic: pirate
January 30, the winner will be the newly formed group.
best of the season, Pinder said During Saturday afternoon, Voi i who Las become "the IIIGII SCHOOL GYM I the ,
named hues March of Dimes will conductan Despite; the cool weather,
199 of
Tampa
ture
new play
and will be queen of the Pieddent as U is .comparatively American public's symbol for (Night Games)
"wreck"
with, an excelenV, cast. Ticketsare initiation or bad union leadership. -
U1L
s Birthday .available''.in front of Lewin- Past Commander'C.. B. Harvey !
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Juventud Allegro social club TONIGHT- 1
announced at _the regular meeting -
Men Duval st.
composed of young CubanAmericans sky's Shop_on of Arthur Sawyer Post No. | 7:15-Girls* Game: High School

of Key Wat tonight"will 28, American Legion, on Wednesday UnemploymentTax Varsity vs. High School 4 alI

sponsor the first ta a long series evening that plaps are "B's"!': t
father
of events schedule for benefit The being completed for the observ- Ih Florida I teE
.
el the March of Dimes. ance of Maine Memorial Day on CORRECTIONIn
A dance at the Cuban club has : February 15; at the Maine Plot, I
the advertisement of Over- Guaranteed
J
been scheduled by JuventudeAllegro FORECAST Due J 31 ;
t Cemetery. I :' anuarv ///lnOvf .
City. seas Market: in Thursday's Citizen -
as Its contribution to the .' / I I PURE
Generally
Key West and Vicinity: Each year the Post arranges r the item reading pineapple
drive with all proceeds above fair with rising temperature the program a sa courtesy to the. tstai ,. Tlc Clttera) should have read
expenses going to the March, ofDin. ;: .this.afternoon and tonight; B. H McCalla Camp No. 5, Unit- TALLAHASSEE Jan. 16. I juice juice two number two grapefruit cans, 2 flights daily I Place Your Refrigerationon

.. The affair will start at Saturday partly cloudy and ed Spanish War Veterans. A Chairman Carl B. Smith of the 18c. '
10 ... and conclude at 2 a. m. I on a
p. warmer. Moderate to fresh tommittee has been appointedfrom Florida Industrial Commission lt.

Hector Barrosa and *is Spot. I northeast winds becoming east the B. H. McCalle Camp to today reminded Florida employers The first provision for Negro sits convenient r< coanecticos Wt.Tora, i BASIS

lite orchestra will furnish music and southeast. assist the Legionnaires. subject the unemployment\ Units in the U. S. regular Army I rhiladeJpbia Norfoft. Chariest.J ckM.- I 2 REAL l ICE

and a number of specialties have I Florida: Generally fair and Charles G. Mendoza was received tax that any contributions due made in law passed by |, tan: PcasacoJa Tampa, New Ortean a4
been promised warmer 'today. Increasing cloudiness : into membership.The the state unemployment com* was a: other Uatfag titles i and You Will Get
1866.
I and warmer tonight and officers of the Key West pensation for 1947-must be paid Congress in You getevsrytluegwhenyou8yllo5o oh !I GUARANTEED REFRIGERATION SI3W1CE

CommunityService j Saturday except becoming :colder Guard of Honor as elected Tuesday -. by January, 1948, in order"\o speed, comfort convenient, courteous , extreme north portion Satur. evening were announced as be eligible for full'credit against I I servke.Afl recognized air travel cords I '
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In Key I daY: Few showers likely on follows U. J. Delgado. captain; the 3 per cent federal unemployment J PpliticalAnnouncements' accepted. See your travel) agent jr can f EAL ICE it is rune.rUaltkr astd hale

southeast coastal.section tonight.East George Allen Warren first lieutenant tax for 1947. j g .

West \ r Gulf'' of Mexico .apdfj4agpyiUe ; George ,W. Sikes. second Employers subject, to the fed I 10S4 I .

ApprovedWard -TjrrU The.l1oria lieutenantAlbert L, DiNearo, oral unejnnJpxmenf:..talc; ara.aV]"

l! Straits; Over:,south portion mojd Jr., chaplain, and Vance C.'Stirrup lowed to1 take credit on the -fed? I cDEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. Inc.
has been received by .crate to\ fresh winds, northeast) adjutant. eral return :up to 90 per cent o| t tc ;1 Thompson Enterprises,

Most Reverend Thomas J. Nt. to east today gradually veering Voiture Locale 28 40 and 8. tax for contributions paid to'the MAY 4. 1948

Dooough D. D, J. C D.. Auxiliary and becoming east to southeast will conduct its monthly promenade state on time, but lose 10 percent 1 I= (ICE DIVISION)

Bishop of the Diocese of St. tonight and Saturday. Over this evening at 8 o'clockat of such credit if payment to] For County .Commissioner !I PHONE NO. fl KTY WEST. FXJL

Augustine from the NCCS north portion gentle to moderate I the American Legion Home on the state is .delayed- until after Fifth District Y 1"='italnaWlsTggRgaUapygggagg! 114111"
Headquarters in Washington variable winds today becoming Stock Island.Outstate. January 31. i -
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that the NCCS Executive Committee moderate to occasionally fresh All employers] who nave paid : WILLIAM G. CURRYFor 1--

has approved the Key south to southwest winds tonight their total Florida tax for 1947
West designation as one of the and Saturday shifting to Mullet\ by January 31 ,wil be entitled to: Supervisor of .

most advantageous locations for fresh northely extreme north a 90 per cent'credit on their fed- Registration i

the 1M program alter a thorough portion Saturday. Increasing Be Sold In eral return regardless of the JOHN. ENGLAND On a heavy-duty job,
study of )local needs and cloudiness. Few showers likely I. May\ rate ale which they have contrib .
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rHOUJ'ft1I. south. : uted their Florida tax. For example y5J' 'av.

The National Catholic Com extreme Jacksonville to Apalachicola: Closed Season j jpwi a Florida' employer con- t give me new Advance-Design
munity Service program for thenatWs No small craft or storm warn- tributing to ,the state unemployment GIFTSWe
peacetime defense for- compensation fund at a I
issued. .
ings' <" la;' Ike Cltl&.e)
tea will be continued here at St TALLAHASSEE Jan. 16. rate of .1 per cent would'still Offer A Nice Selection

Mary Parish Center 1021 Duval Licensed seafood dealers may be allowed 90 per cent againsthis I GIFTS For AllOccasions CHEVROLET TRUCKS
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Street although U* USO ceasedto ReportKey sell mullet imported from Ala- federal tax of 4 per cent.

operate at this end of theyear. ; West Fie, Jan. IS, 1948 bama during the closed season Also

acording to an announce- (Observation.taken at City Office Florida mullet, Attorney Lions Sponsor I
meat today by Rev. J. IL John 8:30: A.M. EST) on General J. Toi'| Wason has rul SOUVENIRSCOME R ,, and here a "load" of reasons why. .

... S. J.Continuation. mprtur Dimes and SEE i
Queen

of local NCCS basis Highest yesterday ____ ._._ ,__ 56 ed.He advised J. T. Hurst of the I I .
activities on a peacetime! Directors the Key West TROPICAL TRADER
Lowest last night, ____-__- 49 state board of conservation that of
of
is in accord with the decision Mean _._ -_ 53 the legislature did not intend to Lions' Club last night met after 718Duval St. Phone 1000 w t
the Catholic Archbishops and ,'. sale the meeting ,of the organizationand .
and -'
___ 1 69 the possession ;
Bishops of America to provide to the a I Normal- l Precipitation---.--- of prohibit all mullet during the closed sponsored. 'of.the Queensfor __ _,, .": -il-

Special program Ovoted defense Total-last %4hoursor:. .00 ,ins: season for Florida, therefore, the March of Dimes. campaigns *

urgeet needs of peacetime Tota this month-..:....- .18 ins.Departure mullet brought in from Alabama -. i : .
totter.According. .thj mpnth -_--.85 ins. may legally be sold here At the meeting the club was -BICYCLES-

to Father will be Johnsonthe similar Total this ..yearJ_- --__- .13 ins. during that period.Apply entertained ,by the Lions; quar Ted- Only Advance-Design
local program tette. Guest of the'dub was
_.85 ins.
to the discontinued USO I Departure lUlativ:thU. .year Humidityat Wed Keller, president: of the Kiwanis Repaired and RentedAlso Tracks Have All These eea.e I II

program and will be designed I To Club of Council Bluffs. Iowa; ; ... '
meet the ". :ritua1. educational ,SiSO'AJrl.. In Stock-NEW I New and Finer Features: T."

recreational) and social needs" of BarometerS 83&' Applications for marriage with licenses [ About :39; per cent of U. S. BICYCLES TRICYCLESWAGONSSCOOTERS

the military and their families.NC ( Level) 8:30 A.M. were Judge filed Raymond yesterday R. Lord Army personnel during World Cab that"breathes" ..
future County
In making known committee whoseresponsbility 30.%9 ins.-10257 mbs.Tomorrow" by Marvin A. Marsengill, 48, of : War II had been graduated from '; SKATESOverseas Flexi-Mounted cab .
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CS operating I school but among those
Almanac high
it will be to coordinate Runggold, Ga., and Laura Ma- Uniweld, all-steel construction .
Sunrise _-, 7:13 ajn. of 626 Grinnell street; with high AWOL rates only 18
the local theny 37, Store
Cycle
and supervise Sunset '._ -,h' 6:02: pjn, David A. Dunbar, 20, of the per cent had been graduatedfrom
will be apaiatl'd -* by I I _
program activities 10:11 schooLJ. 920 Division St. Phone 1380 larger, morn durable
McDonough. Moonrise ____ ---- ajn U. S. Navy and Jean A. Fischer, high t--'

by Bishop of the committee Moonset __-____m___ 9:51 pm. 19, of 62 Rest Beach and by Anthony aa...........eaaaa..aaS. fully adjustable
the members
later. Ross. 25, of Key West Cot- *22% greater visibility g

1wiD The be Rer.announced J. IL Johnson S. J, TIDES beg Court and Catherine F. Da- J. CARMONA LIQUOR STORE New, rear-corner windows -

has been appointed Moderator of TomorrowNaval vis, 23, of 720 United street. 1114 Dura StreetA I

the Club and Mrs. Eileen S. ( Base) Complete Stock of Let Us Help You Stronger, new frames

Cooghlin will serve as Executive (Eastern Standard Time) Seek DivorcesPetitions WINES LIQUORS. HUM and Full-floating hypoidrear
Low '
Secretary.Rer. High GIN at CUT-RATE PRICES There', ... s.
axles :
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1:11: a.m. 7:40: a.m. divorces Plan Your FloorsFree "M..w fwil r
seeking Call 1348 for *- ... .- ..
1:55: pm. 8:00: pm with Cir- Specially designed hydraulic Brother 'hew the**ttnnqtr,,mw framM itan4 art t Wheelbases '
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filed yesterday r
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Nichols Is were FREE Delivery truck brakes n longer too for better load distribution. And the =:=: a.r..e :...Yw
Estimates Given
Prompt
cuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer euJusiveiy; dcvgned lor' greater fetake+hnme, _.-nrI
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA McWhirter Will B Mad Asphalt Tile *Valve-in-Head Thriftkatan :: .:;.. =
by Herbert DELIVERIES '.A.e
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Given Party ByC.lIrclltlenlbers Station Key West Load-Master T. 2'n ty.'a w. w. Mwe -fi:
Reference of against Emma McWhirter; by I Only Between the Hours Rubber Tile Master or .a TM Ur .t..ep edrydwfi
Tima of]Height
t ,Tray Crutchfield McClendon of 4 P.M. and MidnightWe Cork Tile engines vw rat
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Station- Tid |p highw. against Alex McClendon and by I Reserve the Right to Refuse Plastic. Floor Tile More efficient loading ....-.....
Bahia Hon4aGbr, Boyd against' to Plastic Wall Tile -
0.0 ft. Tillie Hantober Delivery Anyone (stake and high-rack _- t =
,... members of the Finp (bridge) -10miD.2hr. Julio Enrique Boyd. ..BroadfeltsCapello bodies) Q
their ptorthe r No Name Keyf Wool Rugs ; w
list Church gave .......20 min New thorough sealing ?
((east side)
Rev. Bronnie E. Nichols, a Acoustic Ceilings insulation .....'. ...,:iaI. a-,- R -
party Wednesday Boa china'ehr; Hardwood Flooring duty job and en :a..:-
birthday 1EoLlP
surprise .:;:;
meeting (Sandy Pont) 40 min. 0 Formisa for Sinks. Standard cab-to-axle. tvtci f.witel I .. ..
slight after prayer Caldes Channel 2hr. FOR SALE :Q) 'V CII Counters. Tables I length dimensions per >..: t l\ p models In the Church ArIMLWhen 1.4 ft. --- -.'. made '*M.v.-...tl w ...
started home (north end10 min. + Floor Sanding and mitting interchange of J ene .... ..... .. .
the Paster y lor your+ special has of a'd a -.-...
be was asked to go through the oOo 1936 Ford Tudor I G ,4S cI Refinishings bodies jo*. raw--.--....-

annex by one of the young lights men. (NOTE to: be Minus subtracted.sigivcorrctions Plus- SEDAN L ti .1g Qb' GO [Modem & Tile I and MANY morel! )bCram." .i.apJ*.. !>>.a frvcb-fooVryl 7W.'s. Ot.vT.ltt Aef_. IJ .....
and he entered the I /.. :" floors 7
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and a great sign-corrections ta tic added Good Mechanical $97 00Condition < :" \ to mf ,our spcofic MA and afar yew TlANSfOffrAnOM UNUMff&f
wer flashed on. ..4 1'- ya
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crowd beU.tnctnl human is composed 4 J. L. CATES I
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A large birthday cake hadf entirely of ,w.terJ salts, sugar. Auto Body (% + ,o df. >!s..oO-o. Flooring Contractor MULBERG CHEVROLET COMPANY

refreshments fat and albumen. 0 Y 1434 VIRGINIA STREET
served been provided, while another and table was American Shop yep ti PHONE 1599 319 Caroline at AW St. PHONE 377 Key ITVsf, Florldfi'

loaded with gifts from the mem- About 22 million 603-605 Greene Street
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I t N.\N-\ MERRIMAN CAPTIVATES SURVIVES: WASHINGTON PLANE CRASH---I the close of the"evening. No ad John Marshal **. wes a*.
First Fun' mission charge will be made as'''
.. Tonight the entire pointed OUr J+Htia. .* *. ,
II' l "' '''''''.' ". program is without S. Supreme reurt te Mil sera
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1 F KEY WEST CONCERTGOER S, p' charge to anyone. 'ed 34 years lenfer Hwn. aide
] : For Visitors And Tourists I other chief >astM **4 s* alai/.
By 'RUTH NEWTON R ,, John Jay. the first chief j juxi ed with shading HM pd iiea het
tJ tice of the Supreme Court of the t I gave the court .Msportance pwe.M Marl .
Nan Merrtmcm for West Wednesday night at the I .
Key ,
sang SPONSORED BY CHAMBER -*k United States, was appointed in l in Atmr**** tleve.e-
High School Auditorium and when she left yesterday morning J I 1789, and ment.8EACIICUIHICn.
served six
for the long drive up the Keys she took: something. of this island l i ? OF COMMERCE,I mew a traveler on two conti- years.-
the "hand- -
nents and known as -
with her-Us heart. I
It Is safe to predict that Miss Merriman-wilL withina few EVENT WILL BE IN cuff king" who will demon l
strate his art in escapes.
years be cumbered among the Great Ones-the names we ten Prizes will be awarded the
to speak of with reverence. She has all the attributes one YMCA T lucky visitor who will be elected
could ask of a singer- musicianship. youthfulness.;and just-'d piDfcH.of the Tonight eight ,o'clock in the Quiz contest will be held with a
I ceriL It was the latter ingredient that wove a spell of blaCk Jackson Square YMCA/ auditorium free long distance phone call

magic Wednesday evening.,so.completely l capivating: the and. first "Fun Night" of the home for,a lucky serviceman
. ince that they demanded and got gene uatDCOre'., and""spon.; winter season will be held for J who might be present in the
J taneous little speeches from the artist. 'Ii was cold Wednesdnight y the entertainment of tourists andwinter audience.
and Key Westers turned out in heavy coats, shivering N : visitors. The event is I Refreshments wil be served at
. f and shaking. But the full rich_voice of Miss Mammon filling sponsored by the Chamber of C L f ar4t

'"Ii &the auditorium, soon warmea Commerce. I 1
everyone to glowing comfort.: Last year and the winter OFFICE
From the first note of Han Grand.; Matron, fore, more than five be-I Roberts SUPPLIES
."Where'er you walk." to tourists were entertained at. 126 Duval St. Lopez Bld .I t av
the final tone of a new waltz f Eastern Star these functions and this year's!i
song by francois Punac. it was!I plans include an even more extensive Norcross and Gibson r
a thoroughly) gratifying evening. Coming Jane 23 program. Lines of
This young American me s=0-s0 Tonight's program will include -I
praM has a voice which i* rich\ Mrs Opal Bartow, grand ma- community singing a short Valentine CardsROYAL
and round .in every register. Her Iron of the,Order of the East- kodachrome slice exhibit of Key STANDARD _
.. and 1 West,flowers and water ,
range r m phenomenal em Star in Florida, is scheduled scenes TYPEWRITERS and ,
her perfect control of it leads; as photographed by Elvera '- $ -I-
to make an official visit toFern' ROYAL PORTABLES
one to expect that nothing Reilly. visitor to'the island. ?
: Chapter in Key West on 't
would confine her ,t either end 1 23. Featured' in tonight's: 'enter CALL 250 P
Friday. January'
of the scato.. i I tainment will, be Dick Bartl olo-
A banquet wll be given in the j

Her the tint Handel group'Voi of songs Che sapete Includd -! o'clock Oceanview on the restaurant evening of at her 6' ;a K .ti 1; .(

from Moiart's -Marriage of Fig.aro visit and two hours later she r lAP \Virephoto) Aui ,
:fH s ppiil : erown
the Recitative and Ha-
and .1.1jt
benera from ""Carmen." This was will attend a chapter meeting in .JUG: HE G. STONE: ,* 24.of Pensacola FUu sits up in a hospitalbed Eastern r Home -
.Masonic .
followed by a of four the Temple, Eaton and Washington withbandage covering head injuries he receied Coro
4 French lungs by group Debussy, Hahn ,Simonton Mrs HoUon.'"streets." Bexvaldi.. chair, I :;.'' in the,gnash_of,an Eastern; : Airlines plane Stone was one Formerly Pan-American Tire Company oy e
Chausson and Fourdrain.' Miss of:four survivors among the nine persons aboard. The plane Core's Crowft pin and
'man of the banquet committee, 1101-1103 Division Street Phone 418 eaMnsate g
f Merrtman's French diction is as requests that she be wfarmed ,by I ..was demolished when it plowed into a grove of trees a few miles' .: Regally deigned. t. J
excitingly ch-ar. as her English January by:members.who.intend from. .National_Airport during .a predawn rainstorm. brighten and heighten; your
t and she seemed particularly arresting -, to attend.the dinner.: '.. .-- : APEX WASHERS and new fall outfit. .In rhinestone m
in Use tender "Si mss and silver! finiaL metaL > Tax included
,PRICE CORRECTION VACUUM CLEANERS -U *
Yen avaient des Alice" and. for!i I steak appeared as 39c'per
contrast the brilliant "Carnev- Cuca Vidal Cuban Through a typographical error pound. This should have read EXIDE Batteries AUTO Accessories :
aV by Fourdrain.The ) 59c a pound. THE
I in Archer's Grocery advertisement DAYTON Tires and Tubes
spontaneous and overwhelming Poetess, On Visit -in Thursday's Citizen the : The Famous James MOTORCYCLE from England.
afiplause that greeted All rattlesnakes
price of freshly ground round are poisonous. 'BEACHCOMBERJEWELERSIMPORTERS
the Recitative and Gavotte from ,.:.,'- -- .--- ,- ---- -- 720 Miles On A Gallon Gasoline ,
Thom&s "Uignon." drew a Cuca Vidal Cuban poetess ----- -- -- .Weight. ISO Pounds .Powered by Villiers 2-Cycle Motor
charming little speech of appreciation -I who spent the Christmas and .Kick Starter .3-Speed Gear Shift Throttle-Twist Crip2Wheel .
from HIM Merriman and New Year's holidays in Key THREE HOTELS in ..MIAMI POPULAR PRICES BrakesAutomobiles .
the first encore of the evening*West returned today from a visit !! lIe Duval Street PHONE S32 xey weal. ........
1th Lk-be Dich." which she in Miami. She stated that she Located In toe Heart ol the City
chose to sing in English. I I intends to remain a week and 'i r .
Following Intermission Miss I I{then return to Havana. Rates t ROO1Write, or wa. ISER - --
II.---t-'.
Uerrinun's accompanist. Ralph. ..rrationB :
LUwley. gave the audience a'.'spontaneous shrieks: of pleasure with BATH and TELEPHONE iI:1' For the Brand You Knows *
group of two piano selections emitted by two little girls sit- Pay Only the
"CUir" de lune" by Debussy and1Ac1aona' ting next to me, as they heard :Ford RegularEstablished i i t
brilliant "Malague- her exclaim ,"I Hate Music!" (I Pershing Miller\ Price : ti iI
...." His performance merited an .don't think they really believed i
encore slow, Ravel Hotel' Hotel Hotel I
they stately her) The FAMOUS EMBLEMS Pictured Here ti
llabenera.Returning for her fourth Two encores brought" the evening !!"- '60 if" .E.:Sid St '228 N.E. lit Ava. 22? NX. let'Av*. Identify Two Automobiles That Are .I
to a close, "Look. Edwin. i
group' of Miss Merriman 80 Rooms 1QP Room 80 Rooms AMERICA'S : +tET
Bongs by Wagganer.a delightfully ad- Elevator Y GREATEST POSTWAR MOTOR CAR VALUES
i delighted the audience with her I I olescent experience in music, Elevator Elevator. If You Are.Interested In the Best Possible Investment of
altogether pleasing interpretation culminating in "He's from Paris Solarium Heated .
Your Transportation Money. Come and S.. These Cart! I
of folk melodies: most of France" and "How wonderful 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
them so familiar it was like Were the Early Days of Love." Drive Either One, Then You Be the Judge :

meeting artistry old fr of ends.this young Yet the, vitalsine superb a gracious. "waltz by Francois Purac. 'BELDNER'S VU-R- .,* IMMEDIATE__ __ '0 '_ DELIVERY.PEARLMAN'S- -. L ... ,.___,. "_. -k M t I Ih

snade each of them seem It was.. regretful audience I
fresh and new, even "Danny which? finally let Nan Merriman w'r
Boy. For' her encore Miss. Mer- go. They wanted ;more. : 3
i rtman chose a second melody by Key West owes a"great deal to .
Berger whose "Canto de Natal.," the Woman's Club which Is the INCORPORATED : n.
e lovely. thing beautifully performed sposoring organization ,bringingthe 1. '
was written an dedicated Community Concert Series THE STOKE OF: QUALITY" { 1 -
to her. This second Berger to this city.STRAND. The Largest. Exclusive LADIES'. MISSES' and : I
number was a Portugese drinking CHILDREN'S Store in Key West / fl
w'D
song. Nadenda. Senbor. l
Mba Merriman began her Upal THEATRE r CoM Weather Wearing Apparel : t7Lai !
group wih a completely! magical Now Showing. '
at Hot Woalhor I'rico 4
setting of a Housman poem -NOBA' PRENTISS- c r
"Gaze not in my eyes" and here Ann Sheridan-Kent Smith
again MM felt the something Starting Sunday SALE CONTINUES j 0 I
more than usual with which this "NOBODY'. LIVES FOREVER-

gifted young singer is endowed.It John Garfield and 4Ladies' ..d ,namI HO Ss It //anA: )tfiissa
U a realization and expression Geraldine 2-PIECE Tailored I
of tenderness and feeling, which Fitzgerald : w: for the t.ittil ,rhrric i

j\ and combine fautirianship.! with sheer makes artistry Nan MONROE THEATRENow SUITS Values to $19.75oSTLY$9.75 i j

Menimaa truly great ,Showing SAVE *
FuQ contract between two "CODE OF THE SADDLE" 1
songs. ty the same composerwas All.Star Cast 32.50 at $14.75SIZES l
realized when Miss Merri Starting Sunday -1F! Values to only 1

map sag Hageman's achingly "YOLANDA-" 9 to 44
lovely "Do% not go my love." and" David Suva y''Irma Baronova These Values Won't Last Long-BeUer Hurry!! 4 200/0/' OFFOn
the lest often heard "Miranda. 4
va gay fetching, capricious,, flirtation -
taitb music. Variation All-Octte / The Season's Newest < ,\LL or Our tine

Two tongs from Leonard Ber- ""BUY IT IN KEY WEST" DRESSES With the NEW LOOK! <
sUln's" -. hate. Music" closed thJIC'OCfa&.fw SPECIAL in Fine While in Satin and Nylon 1 Our Entire Stock of GABARDINES. WOOL. 4 Leather JacketsZIPPER
Merriman's delightful Cotton Marquisette Nude / DARK SILKS and BLACKS
humor
was perhaps. Service Sale 52.00 Reduction On ALL DRESSES Values S7.35 to $10.95
here brit displayed and I was SIZES 32 to 38 Only 1 $3.00 Reduction On ALL DRESSES: : Values $12.95 to $16.75 :41 and BUTTON STYLE
completely gratified by the Venetian Blinds /
$4.00 Reduction On ALL DRESSES: Values $17.50 to $19.75 --
.Finished Better Than New! $5.00 REDUCTION ON ALL HIGHER PRICED DRESSES: Save
Completely Renovated S $175] $250 11 On
r WOMENI PAINTED ic *

I feelNERVOUS i CORDED / Sport Jackets 1 GROUP TWEEDTROUSERS

RE wt SHORT FITTED: COATS DRESSES :I
i t I TAPED NYLON
HOSE / I
I Group
s...ty tactim!faJMMtilD Removed and Installed / Values 55 00 Each SILK and WOOL 4//
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..._* ..*......rraB.. bet BMbM.w.. ". KEY WEST / to 59.00 4 o .
elaamF. .UDp-. Regular
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-.r M arcane ..3&saf.n"V7Lrd. VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY In the New to 55.00 Each 4 56959J
: :1:. .spathe-'. cru.vsiues$7.95 Each 511.15 Values r
120 Duval S15.00 4
5 Street Phone 1042
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w ...t.... ha*. azet\ ShadeCorlicelli's 4
w tool fiwtl Jefferson Hotel Building ((3);) 4 ;.
I Croup. ..fSWEATERS,..:,'s
JIll t "
""S== SPECIAL REDUCTIONS 4
4On q .
-- Seamless in /
,.PPP.eSee.s.P.eeeeeee...e..e..e.s.....See.. Sheer / / "
20 Denier WOOL SKIRTS WOOL SWEATERS < o

:. Again SEARS O/fers You : Chilclreiis COATS Children's SWEATERS < -

I Cold Spot Refrigerators and J.. $].50 Pair /// JUST RECEIVED: : 2 Cases of :/I L 53.50 VALUE; $2.45 !i iA


// BLANKETSOn j; Nice 5f.1M'liCtU of (untc Hu. ...m MH|

1 Kenmore Electric Sale At -- Pullover Sllr If"f"t"1"". \\' ,\THRS ...
Ranges We Also 41
Hare In Stock the AW -.-

.J Stan Invite' You to Open Aa EASY PAYMENT Account Black Beauty Shade / $4.95 Pair $3.50 Pair $2.98 Pair ::1 LEWINSKY'S MN'S

10'. DoM-n 4'
: Payment Will Take Care Every Day the Express Man Brings in New <' SHOP
: of All Your Ncctls 51 GUAGE 15 D& IERBELDNER'S /
.. // Spring Apparel and.Beach Wear /i! The Home ol

i .fti1" c/irwka.d Come In and See the'etc Things :j rC .lllart. Schaffnrr A: Mar tiedlw

t L As They Arrire 4
: 0.0. OFFICE 526 DUVAL Phone
CORKER of SIMOirrON : PHONE 1133 / GET THE HABIT of SHOPPING at 4PEARLMAN'S STREET 146
t a.4 I1XMXKO STREETS 'Phone 1560 528 Dnval Street Opposite Strand Theater /
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