The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00123
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00123
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Key Wett. Florida. ha the F } ;/1Ali fed'I't ea{ 8a "t lrt'

asoet equabla. climate in the -t 11" iK '1 t HI' .f. Qt. \ ...::..," .! Service*n
confttry with an averagerasft For 68 Yean'+Oersted to tfc.

of only 14 Fahrenheit ::J. t. Bert Intertstj of Key W_

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I Police Arrest 33 !I Party Leaders' I Gandhi Ends Fast; ExpectsTo !Impressive Ceremony t

I Over Weekend For Active"Lining Live 125 Or 133 Years I

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Various Offenses Up For Fight ;,g Hf; [, rs Marks Opening Sunday


1'OI.Ia: : ARE DETERMINED -- I REPUBLICANS MEETS: MRS. 4> Of JC :Fishing Tourney j

TO PICK UP ALL I Dies Of Bullet Wound ROOSEVELT AND FARLEYTO r : r r ,' 41 !' I

HELP TRUMAN .Ki.d dF t t
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publican and Democratic national .rr Palestine OFFICERS OF CITY COUNTY AND NAVYIN I
City paid arc determined committees were busy today in y p.
that unemployed men shall not % 'A8 F'Yyr : formulating plans for the presi- r' i ATTENDANCE
.. .....una around the streets k denUal campaign this year. Td Killings Now
after mitfnlcht. Chief Joseph I The Republican committee helda I Ceremonies raarUftg taw .....
Kemp announced today after the] ; t d t meeting to make preliminary: Total .393 big of the Island Get? IWtiiRc

tees .had arrested S3 persons for = Yq ,arrangements for the campaign. K PALESTINE tournament were held -.r f
various offense the week- t Representatives of Governor ..t1 +{
; I Natra Pres. morning at the Slaed.ed 011
)1 Dewey. Senator Taft, Harold lBr TkfJERUSALEM A.s )

tad.lUeords wil show that lately Stassen and Governor Warren L- Jan. 19.British docks on Caroline street with
the police have been very at'ti. ;' j were present at the session. ; command announced today that city, county. and naval ........

.. .ta the thy, said ChiefKewip. Some of the members said that I ; '' k.aJ Cf 893 have been killed in Pales- 11Ea'JFRRANr.4NSF. attending.I .

"We have arrested quite General Eisenhower also should 4 ;t-. tine since November 29, the day I I Highlight: of the wastage Taw
a number of men for vacrancy/ havehad: representation as he is 14 ; 1 United Nations decided to divide the A. MaMtaad Adam.
this between Jews and { A AD
They were unemployed and apparently gaining ground in the t" country
Na&Jq around the streets after j fight his friends and admirers ,Arabs. t Urine up to Ma PHUHM *
.w.la"L are making to have him nominated 3 + ya? us6.. The announcement explained HALF catching the moat unnsMsl fish
THey k"in" Jail or to sent at the convention to. be held M i that the total probably is larger ATAkEtus of the tournament, when he

out of the. sty. All they do is I i in June. than that number because the reeled in'a mermaid to the pe'
.. around lonkinf for something Others said that Governor Earl Arabs have made it a practice to of Miss .
eon .
Wade Mei-Md
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.. happen. They are likely to I Warren of California probably remove their dead before they t
do some mischief and we don't fit,[..k7. Y would get a large bloc of votes I could be counted by British au- ,,,a metallic costume of .M the4
want tees here U they won'tweek I M from western states. However,: thorities. shimmered in the mnltghi
as many of them won't." ,: t word was received from Warren I s.a .' I The dead include two American TEl A -' j!: Release of .hefcum. fMbd tsar
The... H persons arrested over' .. that he was going to enter only i5S- : Jews, one of whom was shot' loons with gajfer reread ......
the weekend included those held I the primary in California. II today from ambush. JA ers attached si<.naMd. theM
for simple Intoxication.. vagrants _1AP WHephoto, Members of the Democratic, -h: ( (Jewish leaders in Italy de- DER RAAtE (lag i of the tournament. SSMS_
drunk and disorderly committee said they had received s clared they are able to mobilize JERUSALEM neously with there >aliht..< of
conduct, driving under the influence 'AJfTHONY' : J. DREXEL, 3rd assurance from Mrs. Franklin D. an army of 10,000 Jews in Pal- the mermaid.
of liquor using profane (above). 34._ ,member, of the Roosevelt and former Postmaster n I estine). -a tET ,tsssja I Joe Pmder. prtiidtnt of the
language, resisting and assault- well-known New York andPhiladelphia General James A, Farley that MOHANDAS KARAMCHAND GANDHI -------- (Cairo reported that the Egyptian GAZA =risad Junior Chamber. of Oaat.rer.r J .
tag an officer and similar of they will be active in the cam- surrounded by his : government has offered 6 1lQN (tin I opening the pefnttcd ... .feadrre
fences.Judge. banking family.., paign for President Truman's disciples. The Mahatma (Great Soul) of India fasted 10 tunes months' leave of absence with I the hope that tee wsiW 4.
Atbury of Mvnicioal died at. his Oakley S. c. plantation election for his people. Three of them lasted 21 days. 'j pay to soldiers who will volunteer ;1 the forerunner of a ....*.. and.

Court faced the large number of a captured German t! to fight Jews in Palestine). f r!better tournament .... year.
pt.tappers and those released onball pistol he was examining discharged Ill] AmUM-totr' |>rena| ; r Following .Ma talk, fered..
I at3p.ta accidentally his attorney J. R. Stowers NEW DELHI India, Jan. 19.Mohandas} : K. Gandhi announced: Miami\ Tourist 1 then tntrodured MMj Dfls o.

"Quite a number, today", the. said. Th. bullet struckan yesterday he had ended his fast on being given a pledge of harmonyby j I members of the ettri jodgt said. artery in his right shoulder. Died Indian religious leaders that they will re-establish peace in India.! Herei i I i and County re.UL sarsa, Cap.Adell .
-. --.----- Yesterday Informers of the Naval ..... CapL
"If this solemn pledge i* fulfilled it will revive with 'Carl A. Johnson of Mw Bva>.
James :R. Stowers 72, died 2:00o'clock : : marine Base and C*pt Ca.ps
' ADM. PHILLIPS doubled force my intense wish to lire a full span of life doing For :
I yesterday afternoon in the SightseeingThe of the Boca CMea Air Base,
service to humanitr.the 78-year-old Indian patriot asserted.He .
Key West Municipal Hospital"Funeral : Following the In eoewe M
.. I said that by a full span be meant "at least 125 '
services will be held years or as and the charter beat w.. 4o 4.. eisi
Misses Dorothy King i I
tomorrow afternoon at 4:30: some ay, 133 years." I Ann Shelton Miami girls who ting of the ribbon a4 tie tens
HERE .MAKINGAN I o'clock in St. Paul's Episcopal *i!will be in charge of passing out. I ivard I entrance of tfce. eMr. lore
Churcliwh; re- the body will be Ten times the Mahatma has fasted for his beloved.. people of Key West information at the JEWISH made la behaM. wfB.ll. ra4.

placed at 2 p.m.,. Rev. James H. India. Here's the list: booth maintained by the Chamber STATE .chaheaaji eji Jko (ties.
MacConne11wi11'offieiates.* .'-1. March 1918-= 9 days.,To force -" ,August'' 1933-7 days, While j of Commerce, .were in town seas'Road and ** Mtke C...
INSPECTION; I- Burial will be in the family mill owners to accede; to the In jail, because the British '!Saturday and yesterday viewing _. ARAB mission officially oewsikg tAe
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plot in the City Cemetery workers' demands. 1-6. all the sights. TERRITORY highway to nsSMenwet
would not let him write for AOA.A
Lopez Funeral Home u in 2. November 1921-5 days. To I at La Concha The tournamesjl w.M iusi wi
Cotnmantlrr Of the They stopped +r til) Pfioie,
newspapers.a lath.
charge of arrangements pacify Bombay rioters over HoteL They met Harold Laub- April wM ee-
I Survivors: Widow Mrs. Ruie visit of the Prince of Wales I 17. July 1934-7 days. As a I',scher, of the Chamber. j! awarded every* M>.ee wee>.
Forrr, AI" \! Louise Stowers: daughter Mrs. (now Duke Windsor). j public penance for an attack I who took manager them around the city Schools at the doe ., *... >....... Thr
( Harriett Wilson; granddaughter 3. September 1924-21 days. To I I on a party of Satanis'b.heal to cover all the points of inte Open '. contest .has Jwa trade pnnra..
Krmalu In OK Miss Wilson three brothers with t* Gt ia ......
i E.S.T. Audrey ; a breach in the Con- I 8. March 1939-4 daysTo I rest. They went on a tour with >e s..telMLlthrough
John L. Stowers of Havana gross Party between Home Navarro. They had Today the-tnn,I r sH.n dAr
bring seUement of dispute Raymond Again
D.,. Cuba. T. J. Stowers of Fort, 'Rule and Non-Cooperation OVEr constitutional reform in '!luncheon at the Casa Marina city county and. the r .....i
Worth Tex. and Ferris Stowers factions I hotel. boatmen's sunrtiH is w*.. .-
Bear Admiral W i ___.___. 25 of Denver, Colo.; sister, Mrs. Ro- 4. September 1932-7 days. To the state of Rajkot. "We liked this town tremen- All Monroe County schools contributed hitnrn>% wtSjSt Mfr
VSN commander .: 23 berts Hunter Atlanta, Ga. I protest Ramsay MacDonald's ;: 9. February' 1943-21 day:. To I duously", said Dorothy on departing were opened again today aftrr Jaycees to make the pftaaible p,
force. At..tknen. _e 24 Mr. Stowers was a director of grant of separate electorates I protest his confinement behind for Miami late Sunday. being closed since last Thursday: .
Key West I : The Florida National Bank at for Untouchables under the barbed wire in the pa- "We'll certainly tell what we by cold weather Willard M. AII I Bob PbMnek, ....... fill e...
reached Dora Chin I ', --5 Key West; a member of Dad I proposed constitution. I lace cf the Aga< Khan. learned to every visitor that bury. superintendent of public tournament aaasa41a1. elaMw.
: :,. ., 4 Lodge. No. 14, F. & A.M; Mahi I 5. May 1933-21 days. To fur. '10- January 13 1348-To restore comes to the booth." instruction, announced today. today that aMi.si.. I" ..
1 p. m. from I -L.--- -I'' Temple and the Shriners. ther cause of Untouchables. communal peace in India. entries had heeet. uwinael 'M tfc

Admiral Phillips ___ ___ 25: Pallbearers will be '?el>cted The Mahatma announced two of these as "fasts unto death" ... prove trove M4 e..*ne. r..e>tue ..
specting the M't1Yit 1 I --:....--- .5* from the membership of Dade and attraf"tjl world Attention. In addition he began several minor LOCAL 3fJftfA: in this .......... Tes.ev r......

troyers on duty i 19 Lodge. farts. breaking; one of 24 hours over strife in India on his 78th j 'forCHOICE CORPS TO MEETTOMORROW: wit! reg..ter fee Je. Lesne.an a7.
'nn -4 Mr. Slower came to Key" W*-tin birthday last Oct. 2.llcriiard than tee any .*.... aa..... ever.
Anti-Submarine !j( ,
-- 16 1898 and he and his brother 1'11. t'vnIwW In the r.epA
Detachment and )| .. ..........
I John opened a habadashery: A POULTRY Southernmost Detachment of brat still r
with all Naval
Key West Naval I I I ._ 4 2B*> the few years sewing later machine they enearsd business in, Baruch Advocates t 1214 White Street Phone 540FORSALE the Marine Corps will hold a The"WaiU Crtteen and feat.a por Mlad_.
The admiral is I i _. ._.. meeting tomorrow night, begin
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the Submarine Date. un. and in 1910 organized the Stow- ning at 7.30 o'clock, in the Marine umn will be hedterrst leggy d so
I 18 ers Music Company. Barracks at the Submarine to alone taktsx pt a Mr
to remain here ]I .'__ s* '42 Plymouth
Union Of tournamentPuhfccHy
Un" n
Admiral. W IL Forming Europe I
SP Club Coupe BaseMembers re4. .sw taw M I.
---m will be checked an'
USN, the der Barracks"L'I I I
roma .____ 60 Mrs. Louisa Barza 41 DODGE. DOOR and check out at the Southard made to the arwep.pw.I to air
lantic and the U. I
__ 3 :MVY ft Both Cars Include Radios .
FORESTALL ANY street gate, and must show their cities and home tew e at tt"'
fleet will arrive at __,-'_ 'n 54 I Opposite membership card to the sentry out-of town ...,..... To tend + ,
tine. Base here, on << --.. --.---.- -* DiedOn Saturday ACTS OF AGGRESSION: gamzation: of the union of Europe NAVARRO Inc I Bus Station Jack Ddes ,. ptilsi.ii
make aa inspection __ 16 j| backed by the United I chairman at to J.,..... M ...
i tic Fleet" facilities n-I I .___---_. 3F Mrs Louisa Barza 75, died- THAT MAY LEAD TO States to forestall any acts of inc the cunperatpm of UW <1..
I lioN .in Key West. ___ K aggression that lead to an- Masons A lion ...
un Saturday afternoon, after .a long WAR may lien tcr Boaunra and .*** i.*.1 1 '
The USS I I ___--.2i illness. other war. -PLYWOOD ed partice ,in .ht ipag ..* him.
BUndy fltfihip is mn 20 Funeral services were held this I fOr: .%.*_Intrd Prr..1 He added that, if the union is All members of Dade Lodge.No. this informatiimDcUnry t+e lha ...... .
, ready enroute to K >_, _, _____. -2 morning in the Chapel of the WASHINGTON, Jan 19.-Bcr-. formed the United States should -atSTRUISK 14. F. b A.M.. are requested may b* nareiesl by ..11
Parana will he .-__. 33 Lopez Funeral Home. Rev. G'nard M' Baruch "elder state1- I|I pledge itself to go to war to to be present at the Lodge Room lag SOt
B in the Su _m *t Leon Wells, of the First M. E.,man", in testifying today on the I i i maintain the union's stability LUMBER YARD !Tuesday Jan. 20. 3:30 P.M. to -- -- -
! admiral is _n' .. y Church. officiated Marshall)) Plan, advocated the or- 1, Baruch argued that a firm TELEPHONE 816 attend the funeral of Brother
! i here until January _. n_ __ 4" Burial was in. .the family plotin I : stand should be taken by this James R. Stowers.
nmtmuinf. onward ,I ___ '--.' s' City Cemetery I 'country now to disillusion any I I Members of Sister Lodges and POOR OLD CRAIG
of his inspection of __.m... ft Survivors include the dau"htr. man or group of men who are I sojourning Masons invited to at SCRYICC: STATIOW

pal South Atlantic I "-'_ '_ ____._ ?" \.frs.: Annie Rodriguez; a sister Appreciation j I i bent on Tormenting: another i tend. Division at Frond PheeoMH
bean bates.WC ,{ "n_. -" -- *" Mrs Sally Roberts.PALACE !i i war. Strength alone. he CHAS. E. SMITH. SR. CHAMPION
I II ( 1" Captain William Wellesley De-j: (Continued On Page dedar-I) PANAMAMARKET F. O. WEECH. Secretary.W.M. .
meritt, U.s.C.G.CRct.( ). desires to;! Outboard Motor S127.fK

I : Aag ............ I express,appreciation for the profusion -I+i I I ,
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HYDRAULIC :n:rid JEr THEATERBud of beautiful flowers and MARALOYMufflers.\ 1 I
Sf aIAL: 1 I
Experienced Abbott and Lou Costello j|for the expressions cf interest and
Let Us Check i ctsts Tail and Exhaust Pipes!
Buck Privates Come Home best wishes for a speedy convalescence. I DANCING NIGHTLYin
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.... at n.-.. .. Cor.'Varela News and Features { Roy's Key West Auto Part Cor. Southard Street
Deposit Army Free Deliver) I|' Nothing but admiration can be 121 Duval St. Phone 442 PHONE 272 the BeautifulRAINBOW

_e........ e..... ...aaa. I expressed for the Municipal Hcs- I
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PAINTING and I[pital Organization, its medical NOW OPEN ROOM I
I BODYWORK 1|:and nursing: staff, as well as the I

DR. A. H. HAMILTON By Expert Factory-Trained Men excellence of the cuisine. These I GRADE AA WESTERNSTEAKS Under the Management of I I of the

REASONABLE PRICES many outstanding qualifications, Donald
Bradley Cormackj
It Note PERMANENTLY, LocatedAt NAVARRO IncorporatedOpposite I with the I
together loving care of La Concha HotelMusic
friends ,
Bus Station We invite our many
Hit New Office at the Heavenly Father trade ;it
to visit the Panama Market )
I possible for me to still be
i I II I among The World's Finest for the best in Staple and'! by
the 'I
622 EATON STREET living. I'
Low Cost Steel and Charcoal Broiled Fancy Groceries Dairy!

I Gamer Eatea and Elisabeth: SU. Telephone 317 n U.Id I NOW Concrete: HOMES I!:blessed Again,in I having say, such Key a West splendid is, Products .. Fresh Fruits THE FLO STEAD TRIO

WEAVER'SSTOCK and Vegetables and
I OFFICE Monday thru Friday. 10:30: to 12:00 and 4:30: to 6:00 Office No. 10. Lord's Beach Court I!Municipal Hospital Organization, NOVELTY NUMBERS
available to those
i having naeds
HOURS: Saturdays by Appointment Only 621 South St.. Cor. Elisabeth ISLAND Choice Western Meats
OPEN EVENINGS I I for its services. Completely Air-Conditioned i ADMISSION FREE NO COVER

We Deliver


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,, rAGE TWO THE tnv WEST cr +.EN MONDA'I JA1I4ABY l$, IMtCtttsom

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ATTRACTIONS FOR TOURISTS .j.A"".a._.....a"""""""" I .
itIe, !J mrnt What Next Seeks -Divorce...-.. 1 _'. ... 'AND. TOE-COW.Jt&rFED OVER. .' ,

Trbnah.4 ttt.lty JC.4&Y.. by : ". t .* ; Radio Programs I. : .1 .
C.S. P. ..TIIA". Ow.ee ... ...u.... Organization of a Tourist ,Club in A petition seeking a divorce
I ...&llAJ: Do .''t'JIAJI.-- ...... : LJTCriVILLE, N. D. route was filed Saturday in the office
lh'.s, TN U.U41ll ta Key West is demonstration. of the progress .aalaaa.+tasa.a.a.. }...a.>..Yas. p ito Litchfield recently.John .Op- of Circuit Court Clerk Ross CJ! r -
sad 8tro
Or**** Aaa.
of this community as a tourist cen- rd. of Ft.. Ransom-practically Sawyer"by James Ritley T/ool-]
OIQ 1D.f7 .Jf.-_;..;.1st:. rc.-i wet sad ter. : Daytime Summary" : lost his car-,First, a back wheel eyhand against- Ruby E. New- .,
I 11 c..t7
Selected *
r programs as listed I '
flew off.
Vo ble to find
.the sortie Woole hand.
> ,
are broadcast at the j
.,....4 at Ky oat Florid. u xcco d claa mattor Miami, St. Pete and other tourist day through Friday.same Time time Is eastern Men. wheel,tie put;on his spare wheeL

1 tlasltlt.. OP THII A1SOCIATK1 PRESS centers in Florida began in a similar manner tract standard one hour for central; for mountain at.IId.-stand. ., Neftt; hts lAimper'fen off. When J few miles and then the car quit

TH Aaw.c *to4 I>r .. 1. esc:1..ly, .UtUd to in the attrac- and two hour-. he(Stopped 1)n Litchfi ld, he lost completely. An obliging neigh- I
. ... f.e rvr4etl** *f all _wa .atapatoho erodlUd to promote their growths the..switch--key.. After getting tool'drove Opgard: and his

_. !..ie-It Ik**r lent_t .*tk.>.w rwlM* .....*..rdit... him.eVaatrrT7ox d !... this paper ana tions of tourists. In the two cities named, JAN.'19 THIOUOH JAN. 23 th'e-car:;: going- again: he. ,. drove a home..:._._ ._. _son !
a.&TBa when the population of each numbered Mornia.110RoneyIn .

t nsi aiatMhr "I... IJt.1O&.... only a few thousand, anything that would Breakfast Club-N.abe' T.-.aba' "''" i

Mtk 1.11 '' ; 3l$ Oklaboma CLASSBFiEDinformation -
L_ lIt" Lot interest tourists was promoted persistently : 'Roundu cbs i ADS F
ti30 Oxark :
.Ul Valler FoTksrofca
'. r..k17 ..and was brought, as a rule,to-a successful 100 Fred Warlna Show-nb. l AO.&I&"O. RATB3 conclusion. Music For You-cbs '> .t .
( Mob K..... .; Application .. '. Mir Story Drama,.-aba for tbe :
treawrel : Until last winter, little along that! na! -Betty Crocker Talk_aio' Advertisers :
.pCC1AL'150TICA .'" i 10: -Half'Hour of S.rtaU-obi iAtali POll Nt11lot.Jitt ... -i ji
An ........ ..t..... urd .f tb9k.. 7..Iatli.at' line was done in Key! 'West Then the Say It With Music-rats'. ', ." aWCKfA6'q 'l'rP1II' P krNlstT r'.1 a- t
b :bi.a rib 114a oan Ste... will! :''Chamber.of Commer a Tj1nged for a 1fO0Artbvr> Godfrey Show- cbj ". ", .ot.tmyvMtpt In Invariably fvr classified a4"t rtls4, ., + ..j t. t;, l l
t. r.r too [ s 40.1 e' series Breakfast in Hollywood-eb In sxtvitne* but ti
s I. .ertat..t b7 'Clulreh.. from AdToniaaotonti .ador Into Jied rewlilar ad..rti..r.lwlta ,IWlfer ..- ti .l tt i dR
....... "..... In I. M .aert.aro I anta a lion.a of events designed to provide entertainment 11:30-Ben jHexaader.Show-mb nil. bo lostirtod la TBO C4tls.a at Counts may anon heir ad.ertiar'
.... CIUa_ In as .... foram and lnHtee dL"1" 1 h45-Sarial. (2%'hr*.)-cbs- th- rate o f te a word for east laerttosw seat c'b&rtrttL '
t ....... ., '-' .-.. 0' heat or ond recreation for tourists. Fish- .,.... lost tave rainliaunt chra;. for li'aJM1JCN7ar<< DEADMftM
tataree*. feat II W7IL iot.p. a.1& aaooymoa* Aft 1. tletlr.t? it word or lo.. U {/a To insui pablicattoacopy
....,.. t..L ing trips and outings'f a general nature, 12KX>-Welcome rayNen.abp. : Tho rate. for bUekfae tin la I.'. bo la The CitUen .ftl.e) adore moat 11.
Kate Smirk Speak*- .k': w ord Cue tbo mlalmnm coup for o'clock I la tboj ,
morning on tbod ,
.I most of them to nearby Keys, were con- 12JO-WorOs and Music\ -nlw .. I tho Mrat II w 8 rfl. la /N. of publlcattoa. j ,
Daily Band Concert*--n**' .
ductedly successfully by the Chamber. Asa '-
&fP1tOV M Jl"S FOR Ere WESTI' 1rfX> Alt adrortlslna la
: Concert! Half l Hour-fttsV" accepted wader tb. foliow
...a, vf ...., : In tile
error la adr
result tourists expressed their delight 2:00-Four Fours .rt..I.raft. ur contract,
ADVOCATED BT. THE ClILLtML. : Quean of Serials-"nb. re.JI9 .lbl. o.ly for too tint la..rtloa la Cl..rttet 9tlssa. wilt b* 4
i for a Day-mt Adrenbi
>a. g. and la
and declared that would return n..y AhenW.t for only the actual
they to amount of
I:30-Brld. apace
# and Groom-abe wet II' Uae al1y.nuemeDC,wla... lb. error occupied 07 the
I More Jlote1a and Apartments. Key West. The roster of arrivals thus far Martin Block Records-ntba- ptcwratsRaa
IdO-Double or Nothinr-cb* .* -; raa aiaa. a a teal
!. Beach and Bathing Pavilion., this season contains the names of many ladles Be Seated: -aba fW' ,.;HELP WANTED-MALE FOR SALE t /
IJO-The *.
S. AirporU--I. and Sea. >
tourists who were here a year ago. Paul Wbiteman Recordsaloe'! I
4. CcriinTiditkm of County and This season the Key West Chamberof 4iOO-Hlot Hunt Quiz-cba' &J, .-./ ;:t.;OVER $2 AN HOUR! I New 120 bass Scandolli Piano Ac: : ;
City Governments. 4JO-Wina Take All-cba-S, Sell name plates for houses.j cordion 5 treble shifts and : --i
Treasury -i
0 1. Community Auditorium. Commerce has gone a step further in 44J: -Kifldlts Show nandSow-.a 154 iva.MwMt: ( *,:Write: National fonopan. Retail price, $650. : .

its, efforts to provide entertainment for repeats I hr. l&ter)-IriljsB.00 Summer, Boston, Mass. Will sell for $450. TeL 1532-J.
-School I of the'Alr-KSbe'? 17 Rest Beach. .. ..... .,
tourists. That step was the organization of Kiddles ; jaI I9-1tx jan5-6tx
later)-;Hour.wmatitepy abe u I hr. I I FARMER ROBERT BARBER ponders die ...bt... .. ....iie
the Tourist Club tsJ3i:*
I Iii :. MONOGRAPH which aided by the 6.45-turn,and 4b r-- svcat; ., FISHING LODGE FOR RENT One two-bedroom house for sale. a sacral: cow from the roof 01 a Ivani at ... .... ta Fas*a.my.

:- chamber has arranged fora series of I Box 100, c/o Citizen. jan5-6tx Nab. Barber was unloading a track load .4 *.*.!. wWi Ma

Dear Folks: events that will be continued till the end NETWORK .PROGRAMS': New beautiful fishing lodge I "Boscyf" with acrobatic Mtioo J.aio>.. fvom tile trM4 W4 I*
While the .temperature ,of 48 was, of the season. ,Tim is mailmen standard., for.en. pecky cypress finish inside. fondue sedan. Radio: the low.htaging cavet of the bam std aiaaiMa4 to ... Post
teat standard Excellent condition.
somewhat uncomfortable for.key West- mountain. standard subtract subtract en burl:two for completely furnished.'' Locatedon Monroe Motors Cheap.' top.. Finally Barber and his hclpon.. h*p ..*. a r.p. .......
Miami Inc.
and St. Petersburg experienced hours. Some local,. stations clung the ocean at Cudjoe 'Key I and lowarad bar to the around. FanMC Bai>.tf'. ..... .... PSt
in the city enjoyed what hour of relay fit local schedules.: twenty-five minutes from JanlSUI
t era visitors a shortage of housing accomodations Last minute program changercan. West U.S. Key Into the housa.whaa? th e cow Krantca H. .*... ff.l Iwff .......

they called this balmy weather for tourists, similar to that which now exists not bo included.! tric lights, on hot No.and 1. cold Has elec-running I Inboard and outboard skiffs. and made the picture.; .

THE ORACLE. i in Key West but the shortage will be MONDAY, JANUARY water, radio-phonograph, I Wisconsin inboard, engines. -

I here bottled gas stove''and refriger- i Priced from $200 up. R. L. WILL YOU SMILE
overcome as it was in those cities ITCHING
Ironing ator. Will also furnish small : Renker. Call Marathon 26.janl6.8tx.
the law of supply and demand, now in 1O0-\ews Beport 15,Alln.- 'b boat for fishing Will I
FOR EXTENDING AID Newscast Kvery tay-sett.( sleep Help At Hand KNOCKED OUT
operation in Key West more. effectively Network Silent Hour La d-eut seven.., Phone 546 or 667-J.
Kiddie Hour (repeat wet Three-bedroom house newly
than during any other time in the city's Network Silent U brj, ,,-tubs-east janl5-tf i'w'.M.a tp
Calling attention to the fact that kiddies lour (repeat) ?mb*>wet decorated in excellent condi "Whatever made your hdeband
history. ':1S-Sports. ; Music Time=Bbo WANTED TO RENT: tion. Owner leaving city. take up scouting loot enough n>
= that 1947 wu one of the most prosperous < In Chicago.My I Opinion.Orcbeatra.aeast i Talks etsJO Priced right. Call 58-W. become a scoutmwter. Mt.

t gum & Abner repeat the
business in
that most men
yean Even though sacred to three religions, :45-Xewscast by Three-nbc 2 or 3 bedroom, furnished or -Wei'; Mrs. Tuggf. you know

ever had, Roger W. Babson compares there is no peace in the Holy Land and 7:00: -Lowell Supper Thomas Cub! -nbc-baslc(repeat 1U-Cb* unfurnished, apartment or I'I 5-cubic-foot G. E. refrigerator. we have a lot of lawn to M''

'I The Ceulah house. Phone Lt Slover $95.00. Call at 507 Whitehead mowed in the summer and mttn; .
where the Prince Show--COM; '
of this country Peace dwelt.
condition of the once
tbe people -
News and Commentary-abo 1337-R. jan6-6tx St or Phone 327-W. jan17-tt of sidewalk to shovel in the
I Fulton Lewis. Jr.-rubs 1! ;; DUNOWww4sPEts) HCM
with those of other nations. I 7:15-Xews And Comment nbc winter. 'I
: MAJORITY RULES Jack Smith. and Sonp=cbs TW. -bedroom house or apart-; 1947 Plymouth Special DeLuxe. 5 Wf AWAY
On Christmas Day, he says our tables ORGANIZATIONThe flatly:Commentary:Dinner Date-rlba-abeXews -. in e nt. Navy chief wife and I j 4-door. Trade or terms. 1715 Canadian authorities say Moair .

:4 ,two daughters. Write Box l j Washington, Street jan6-3tx; ... Tent*. t+1 iris MweeM l4areM i
groaned under the load of food, we are 7:30-The House Partnba country contains a larfer *
concern of some Americans over Bob D-A, c/o Citizen. janl9- tx I of fresh water than any other..1 A.-aallOlll.. l'oeiil t hlMlaf
the most prosperous nation on the face :the ,Lone Henry. Taylor--mba REAL ESTATE: FOR SALE ,......,... also that tin..11 tr

rights and welfare of minority members 7:45-Kaltenborn CommentVoboKilMurrow Fi/mifihed or unfurnished 'bouseor. ..... ........ 4ndrs..dI4 ...... t* !ii.

i : of he globe and have the facilities "not of unions is to no degree equalled by ): :: JJTe-w*-cfc*' apartment. Navy chief and For any kind of properties in Key :Citizen.: Read the Classifitd Ads In The I:i..... ..... ---. .. ...., _
only to feed, clothe and shelter our 144- their concern over the welfare of laborersas Lb-CaraJcaddof: Comment Amlrfca-nbe-mb, : ,Jl j,1 f fcwife.: i Call 699-M.f. .Janl9-2tx West, be it home or business, I tMad wlbla. w. Mtllb ttlllh

Jflncr: UKtnuki Mistsry-to*.;* 41f 1: ; contact Paul Boysen. 626 Fleming h: twat. a did H tt.. hea.devt ...
000,000 people, but enough to share billions I- an elemtn in the, population. tier Arniette: 11t.6..ai r.: ,1 r 'H Street. Phone 153. eo I...'.. br7 .....
f : FOA...S i irw ,
The I,
":" of dollars and food 'with the 'de>fs For example, many newspapers, 0:30-Howard. Bafiofcr A.1"r1l. : dn i.I.b.+.:. ..y 0..:-..,..: I ',.' /- ; I jan13IZtz'MISCELLANEOUS Political ,., are ...*. .... WM a save.ti .

e tated .nations. .of Europe." :Sk & which usually jump into the ring to cham ,Of"Godfrey>wCates Talent Mow-ekrS'Son t 1 Pithlbiagi.f! !:nlppllq.r completel"ttock. all. Mir ny.y rtlaslr. ..Aattluaed i
Cbariie CbaR-! t ;; Plastic' tile, paints ,aria> AnnouncementsDEMOCRATIC frteta b ...
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Londo'njwhowrites the dtstery-.milli
Telling of- a 'friend in ; -freedom of the do i.'J1f4 \
press* not t:55:! -Five Minutes lewrsbs' brushes. Murray's Plumbing,i" ear tip rvmirda ..t ..s tit
-: him about conditions in that coiin-; agree with Harold E. Stammers that the Billy.Rose Comment,.,.tub*.. 1532 N.W. 62nd Street. Miami.1} Washers,.. irons, vacuums and PRIMARY. ......... till ........ aimed 4rd

; try Mr. Babson points out that while publications of labor unions should be 'JO-Radio Vnorhees Th.ater'Concert Hoor-xcb; OueaB. ,-.*-b-.*.fc- Fla: 'Phone, '7-3421.: janl-tf fans repaired. OTBriant Phone MAY 4. 1 girl ....... MainpajaHi .
On Stage America.abc'Gabriel 1164-M. jan2-tf .... ear MLfffaMa) t1t1--.f .
I .:. England Is better off than many of the permitted to print anything they wish on Meatier Comnlfht-. ".T"! 1940..Mercury .sedan. New tag I roes ... .,.. .. lal f

I -. nations of the Continent the English any subject, including politics. :15::30--neal Dr. I.Life Q. Quiz: Dramafirtiii'Show;-nbc ..'dregclutch, paint. etc. Me- Gentleman, retired, will exchange For Count;: Commissioner ..... Dept >* I 411 W tfllll A

people now receive one ounce of bacon One editor wonders' whether in Sammy Kaye Band-alxrIli chanically perfect. Can be French and English conversa- Fifth- District Chlreti S. 111 are a* Moil. al
con ;:;h Adventure rama.-mba, seen at 72-2 Poinciana Pl. tion for Spanish. Afternoon or I tWirh eVmr4H that they MiikMlU
I Ijanl
week of, butter four ounces stitutes freedom to 13.03-Contented' COYl<'ut-nhc WILLIAM C. CURRY
a one ounce "compel a man, because My Friend' Jrma.Skit-cbs ""Z-3tx evening. Address P.O. Box v mi till 4 five? d.st.tpsAlateuhl.l .
of margarine, two pinta'of', milk and eight he is a union member, to contribute Ralph Norman M..aic-abeFi&h I 682, Key West. jan17-3tx and rmpiexn itow yaw Maw
and Hunt Club mba For Supervisor of
of The is financially 1942 Chrysler New Yorker excellent t.<. thin r-ma>riu.Ui... tip"vidsj Iniri
ounces sugar. use of gasoline to the support of a party or 13:30-Fred Waring Muale-Dbo I
a ,Screen Juild 'layer.-cba=: condition. fully equipped.I) LEARN RADIO: Registration +ui r.'*n HtTw wia ,.*.... fttf...
limited for business or health. candidate he opposes?" The answer to Vance Earl: Godwin Band Time Talk-abe iqli* 1211 Florida Street. ,i ALL EXPENSES PAID-PLUS JOHN ENGLAND prnav W >w BrMl ..... is....
Despite the facts cited by Mr. Bab- this is easy. Members of a union, or another y 10:45-Washington:: Talk .Tlmo-ab janl9-6tx| SALARY WHILE LEARNING! ---- -

non there 'are millions of people, includ- organization, are subject to the will l 11.-00 News.News Variety.& Variety Dance: 2 hr*I.=hrs.nbc-cl>. I If you are a high school graduate.here's ,

ing some poi tic Jans constantly whining of a majority of those News and Dance Hour-al>c One shrimp scoop net. Copper J! your chance to study 'f''
associated with News. lance Band 2 ltI.-mbs ring new netting. $2.25. Ap-| the technical side of radio atone TAKE A LOAD OfF YCUR

: about our sending food to feed the Europeans them. 12.00-Doncinz; Co"-tillued-abe>wostThrough ply at 2213 Staples Ave. or call I, of the Regular Army's NO! YOU/TOO CAM SAVE \W" T *W f$100i300 ,*

and yelling their heads off that The same rule applies to the stockholders 824-R. jan9-ltxj j crack Signal Corps radio schools *, A CJi j at Fort Monmouth, N. J. Before
; charity to begin at home! of .
t a wealthy corporation. Huge 7 j
Cast iron kitchen sink left-hand]i I enlisting for three years.
As many intelligent Americans have contributions by corporations for political 1 drain-board, high back, com-I you are now privileged to designate Wr? M SOS lliR

pointed out, there is much self-interest in purposes are not altogether unknown i in plete with trap strainer and l radio schooling, with the p..4
.. swinging-spout faucet. Phone I assurance that you will get it
our efforts to help the hungry and suffering the history of the United States. Inevita 238-J. janl9-2tx j right after your basic training Auto and Personal Loans {111 s s N

populations of Europe. Not only were bly when this occurred, the money be I I is completed! GOAUVUERGLAJLCR.EOIX Its. 3054 5451

they our allies in the recent struggle to longed to the stockholders opposing the Bidet crane fixture almost brand)What an opportunity for the high s.. '! )a.l
r new. Also concrete flagstones j school graduate! You may tell PLAN ii.'
halt the aggressors, but they are our present ,- candidate supported by the funds of the approximately 10" x 10". Call !1 the Army what you want to ___ _IMC MV aATta<_ ._

allies in the effort to prevent the corporation.In 1138-M. learn and be assured of that 421 Fleming Street 1.5s ia.l

earth from falling into the lap of the general, we have observed an am This Dally janl9-3t'l training after you're in uni- PHONE: 770I
Three bedroom house, form. (Non-high school grad- .
Communists. The steps that we take to azing ability on the part of capital in the BIBLICAL BULLETIN decorated, in excellent condi uates may qualify for this .....

r strengthen these freedom-I loving i United States to take care of itself. We CHURCHMAN SURVIVES tion. Owner leaving city. training after they enlist.)
Priced right. Call 58W.janl93tx. r Ask Recruiting Officer for :;
people constitute self-protection.in. a very have seen no comparable talent on the ATTACK your
full details on the schools open
1 .o large degree. part of labor. Even today, when organized to vou. Remember there's no lsaearattarlrseaer
When Paul
was Lystra I
I labor is making progress in behalf of And blood ran from his head Electric heaters. White outside I obligation to you so hurry to I-

: IN TERMS OF DOLLARS its members one should not overlook the They dragged his body throughthe house paint white enamel. floor or write your recruiting officer,
f enamel. $2.75 gallon up. Doherty 25 N.E. 3rd St. Miami. Fla
\ millions of unorganied working people left gate him & Co 846 Olivia corner o-i fJ I Do it now! jan9-lt
And there for dead. J
.: The "gross national product" of the who fail to get the economic advantagesthat But his work,,, wasn't finished yet; Packer. Phone 1597. II l\\ _

'.. United States probably established a record come to other workers.A God raised him to his feet, jan9-6t I. Public service is a public trust. ,

in 1947. And sent him singing on his For dependable plumbing serv- I
Preliminary estimates
place way, Jig saw, practically new, $16.95.1 ice. A. G. Roberts Master

the value of production at $235,000,000.- philosopher is a man who sees things Till it should be complete. Apply 526 Duval St. Plumber. 853. jan19-12t

000, or about fifteen per cent over the raton e the way you see them.NEWSPRINT ]an6-3t t 4
( New Year's For Complete Details Read: FOUND
Day 1947. Real
I I I 5-gallon Mills ice cream freezer '
The "record" is due, in part to high SITUATION Acts 14:19-22 ((1160)) and 60-gallon() hardening: 9 ft. rowboat. Owner may have -_ ICE

II i -:. er prices. The figures would be more revealing inet Used 6 months. At cab-I same by identifying and paying r
I' r Publishers-The Monthly Booklet
below cost Practically for ad. 61-1 Poinciam. I5I
i if the gross national product <;ould The Department of Commerce has "Enjoy Your Bible"LEGALS 619 Duval St. jan6-3tx janl9-3tx i Guaranteed

be measured in ,the number of iteJIls.prodUted. recently predicted that by next spring I IO PURE
This would avoid fluctuations due pulp and
: paper supplies .will meet demands -

oleljrto changes in prices. of all major users except news P aOTICtIIlF.it t'1lTITlOCsS RIHTINC I Place Your Refrigeration

per publishers. Price e n: !OT.''' T.:
jumps on newsprintare XOTICK IS IIKKKin UIVEN that / Our
are consistent
WOMEN ON JURIES allegedly due to higher the undersigned, desirina to engage prices on a
freight, coal in huinen under the fictitious m I
with our quality work
costs to Canadian name "Plantation Key Products on 1 1i
The Yet Commerce Co.." Tavernier. Florida P.O. Tavernier J e all types of printing. Publl REAL l ICE BASISand
Supreme fiJe"Unite
Court : of, d Department statement claims "Produc Intends Jo register said fie- J
Mates has minus name with the clerk of the a lications,
repeatedly reversed verdicts of tion, demand, profits,an actual and planned Circuit Court of Monroe County, '/' stationeryolIkeforms You .Will C.rtREFRIGERATION
guilty Florida. %s, ,invitations, advertising
rendered by Juries .when the master expansion Date l GUARANTEED : :
appear destined to exceed JanuafYAIxl1"-RJ-.HEr.: : 5 RV1G.
list f jurymen : ?others. '. : ? *'
failed !in include Negroes. all previous records." Sole \\'ner.JanUItCfeb.UU B h
ti rREAL 14... Tw a.ai dMI
Involving The lame logic applies to the cases House Committee on Paper under direction i- ICE h la Pv5SZ.

women. Not long ago a judge of Representative Clarence Brownof H.Mlb1 sod fist.

In the State of New York set aside an i in Ohio plans an inspection field of Your Grocer SELLS That Good The Artman Press -:' .

.. .dictment charging forgery against a w: paper mills in southern states to ascertain tripo STAR BRAND Green and Ann Streets I Thompson
man because the Enterprises Inc.
panel from' what
Grand which the can be done to encourage greater AMERICAN Phone 51 ,
was drawn did not includewomen. output by domestic mil Legislative and CUBAN (ICE DIVISION)

Bulletin. -Try A Pound Today- | PHONE 250. t .

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"'I-.f.. .By 'DON, CAMERON

Chapter 11 was trytnr to 'do."ae.thought.was ."Td.: "kill' someone< else' shewhispered
CRAHZE was taktftl aft ot .. .... ..- 116 .. "fr'ns' : -- .
nee telephone when 01Mlto That was what hr had meant..
.r ever tat redolent ?T>id IM. i really go :'outiket- but it was no easier c believe. than
Bra** vaadered Into Tes slips a HvolVeh- the suicide tneory. *" '
miocm at the drugstore to replenMi He aaid down opposite her,, hit "What did he do with.the gun? '..
fct* awe*7 tobacco. *urjri eyes somber. -Where CUd he go?" T4 like to'see it."
and pleased M this evil -1 daa'i pretended u .,1 hid it in the sofa cushions."
....*. e. retummi normalcy to sUeD after doctor left. I She; left the kitchen steathily and
Lay '
waited until the pnarnucist 4own-lI bQpt.eleven.: sure ne came-back with the big blue' revolver .
gad HrMt realaeed the receiver.If would be ad.right. ;'dangline from her fingers
.* lint .y thu thing beenneary ."An -hour later, awoke.- The at length. "I hate it." she
...kINo ..r door was O Q'a.1Q.th. ROm was said. "It's the cause o* all'this.
-S. aNa BoroiajL Matet frtetini. I. lot up. to dset'he i *,Tbtv" dont rant one fire them:
l 1M local l*MS art fixed but DOsftt& door. U nkJ:1IIJ had tome open by 1 selyps. Brant feolied-e swung
,; itseU. a saw Mat out.14 frost OUt.rthe cylinder .and saw two
1 anal wheat the telephone.'InJerted He was fun *!n sf't snow Spent cartridges. He felt sure they
f a a**** !a the lot and piled beside'= -..1': He n.d I were the samecsrtridres. that hadbeen'
the MarftfUaes number. blaakeu, nd discharged iq Mac's. office
Ends Mr rote eovndinf his boots oa m..rrrUlvef in Thursday. n lh-.I.
destuy teed."tr' his.naod. .the-iane oiM shot e "H. didn't: sheot' anybody.he
I. + this k a..I,. How i.f himself with- If Se shot himselL" said. .
, .. ti "Good.Iard'EUsI' Wrapping the revolver into attrL
AH right. I ties-now. HeI "I na out and grabbed his ann: be took it into the'pantry
..at Mal arotai midnight it kn Kejcatte 'in;without-"word. He and, nlaoed it on the highest "shelf.
hid -What 1 going to do she
turn pretty weak, to lean'oq.tne u reach the am '
i -Hewhat? Did you say he went bed.'1 tot .wa boots 0i'ad .CQ"f1P asked 71 rant JMJ lej things slide.
" ...," ered him x a.o4 tut Aot.!eaten Todav or tomorrow or. next day
t -Win earn on*. Andy? I bottles at hu feet'ani rubbed his hell find a way to carrY out what.
yea .
- caul taisk. thk" wristsp 1 fcouMa't.call ;the doctor ever plan he has unless h- can bem.fp.
; tie ..... Tm IImme.I .*' because the thoneiwasn'f.workiar to chance his mind."
Hurrying toward A1&.rA"n\Me and.1 didn't dar, leave him.; "He's a hardheaded man. "J
I .. ...+ as v4 te half convince hlnv'Elf 'The doctor had s TeA hint tira H*'fl*.4a: :to be shown propf ; ;
that Ella had misspoken or Dills but Use had only pretended he's mar tmnortant to ecu than. L
I the ke bit mbUnduriood Mf She to take tbern..I found.there under If only there was Brother eirL ,
- eowld baldly have meant that Mae his Dillow. Hr'was se weak I was i ,rH.. slaooed "his knee. "Great CAP 'WIrepheto)
had rUe from his bed and walked afraid to.give him both of them; Scott. rn .dumb!
tilt *f the bwMe, Touch and de bull made-him. mist'one and .he I' "What t'o YOU mean?" PRESIDENT TRUMAN'S NEW PILOT. Lt. 'CoL Francis
s.' jlerauaed aa he .... the went to sleep. I tat beside him the "TWriv, I'm going tr be married. (FrenchT) Williams .(left). chats with 'Lt. Co!. Henry Myers of
. 9M him hard and the Ion cl blooia re of tht, 'lf''t*:< -" "' rYour Ella! fm wine to settle down f nd TUtcn. Ga.. his predecessor, who is 'returning to commercial
hibeen eeatkierabJe. poor.hMl* ktnbe: oiler.HE ', have home aM.e and et Pdren. -
f V dawetwsitlnfatlhedoor.Sheadajutted an erplanaticnl""' .'Ho"v could you and J,ever aviation.. 'Williams a.regular Air Fore. officer and a veteranof
Brant before he could be very ,impotant to each "thgr l .sOo airhours., They are pictured together at aSnta Monica:>> ;
rtf* and held 'wr finger to her waah't bxin/sKapf to |>ht. : urdpr. thax, clrrunistanref?" ,CAlifor .. ..
tip*. rIM'" the don without a 'Vidn' ,ask .q 3estion& "Heatliht Her tfrN.. '+ "n'99 v'DAred with
awtnd Beckoning him to follow. hare gone.out lust before th- ne'-'. "Why didn't you tell me I -, -. ,-
'He ttotoed Iota'he kitchen closed woke uo.er nearly"hour HeM fca"r ; -
the ...",.. e( that room and ..t.t He was coveredwith mow. butfive I ? w cowl- T. when, Lonly'uatfcw
--1 the table resting her arms oa Its mui"tes would hare been Ion!I meanT "
arr*>bb d mole surface. enoush fo..that and lone nouh 1 -? .
1 dent know whether bc'. to rake the room at .cold,as it I IW" ,' wt *allv rr H to be r art -
''- S )f'lCd"'t know that.
I tlrevtat or art Acne Snerry to +'t
with him Andy. Fm afraid Tm at "Where 'could hs ,go at that' ni m+V.h5m think. am.-and
th* end of nw rope." !wM'f- wh" this tmubl. bat blown ov"r.
These last Iwn day had aged TOh. A"II tht'r* ate WItS ""d he's well '9r in. I ,"",n say rye 1 1a
her Ivredibrv Hf euld not bear ol-e. to kill hinwIM ,., Jilted mr to "" opt with a travel-.
tit tee h r so pitifully worn and He saM 11o.tly."It'. fantastic .r-'Mlesm'n. ,
,*t_ke*. He wanted t,. stroke her thlnll.ot the.>fac v. Vnow erdiogthHo 'I Ella 'r +!t' eTI"t"Don't 'ever J
dark h* lr and nneott out the lines that wry; Still ".'"' been tr'.lt a wife AQYou're It altar
a* >..e free with h>s ftneertlnt, .slklng about vlne. about wanrac -if vo" cr" really trre"he 1>-.I
lie shouM know t-tter than to. to 'dl.and, theemiM ,"nlrHe leave it. t.1..t ie--aM tM" say
.'f.-y wwt thh wayPOo one ether rea'*tn for his Ukirtff': n :" !. 't:01 t"fO, ;,u.
1 blame "!IIL Whatever he the revolver., ;.* '- "i (T. be .Du..e')

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Bill Wainwright WILL *YOU. SMILE?, \ WILL YOU SMILE?

Enters Race For the Last:StrawThe 1>..Extravagant

enraged:tenant ,called 'his!r "Wee!. .Angus," said Donald, "I.
RR Commission landlord and shout*J-*TThe walls .hear ye've got married? '
bf Abe house. art bulging more i "Ay,' Donald." I
each'.day.'Just _hat: are you go- I "An' what kind of wife hae ye
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to do .Carr
Ii3 itr got'. she cook? .
TALLAHASSEE Jan. 19.-W.It ,: "
j "Hnanvm1'came a from the "No'I don't think so.
hall) Waiawricht" today announced 'landlord,..'As': I see it you're get- I r "Can she sew?" .
*his randUacy for StateRailroad ling more cubie jet fpr,the flame '. ?7Jo.- '.' 41I -.... .. -*?.-s
and Public Utilities rent. Fll have raise you'acbordingly. I No.;; ,$ .
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Ooaunbaioeter for the position ." ?. : JThen what cam she do?"" J. ". : .. .':!' :" -.
, snade vacant by the death, f W. t - I' ''"Man Donald. she's"'a grand I The ovei-all ii mphcity.wndsnat the oc..l948 Chevrolet is *cllshown -
& (a be) Douglas of Lake City. In. the years; 1906 to 1914. -five ''singer in tins threequarterview of the Fleetmaster Sport Sedan. Fenders,

subject to the Democratic primary million carats ,(one:' tdn) bf..dia'imonds. .. i' "Ach, mon ye're daft" said hood.window body,i* wider and door than panels'all that used blend in previous; and the model create Mote moulding the new, below T-shaped the I
of May 4.Wainwrtght was produced in South 'Donald in disgust. "Widna a tan-I Iiil'y chrome center bar on the radiator, grille.
b a native of Africa: in ',each t year, .,; i i hae' been cheaper"
SUrke. He wa educated in' the ..-_' -. -- --- --, -
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Bradford County public school ,

i I education system and with supplemented instructions his in :.' :. ::...:' ,. : .;... .. ,'was .basd on the cost of.propane to the company in. August 1946. .< .: I 4

. banktm and finance. ,.::: .. ;;, 't:. }-\j Shoe'that bate there,have'beera' thirteen increases in this cost alone. :.- ,
4le has served the State for .r"j""ra .;.. .
snare than 20 years. lie has been ."C ( ." (?. ; ;. Tie. company has absorbed these increases'up.. to' this time. but. 4
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a ..... hank examiner, and was + Md"4.e.. :;: .,. /> as.the rate .to customers, allowed for only a fair profit to the company .... .
state auditor for five years. lie ; ." .i h \ f
remitnrd on December 1. 1M7. as : ;.r. : _. ; .: these increases in cost not only absorbed this,fair profit but : 4
general auditor for the State Rr.Drpaitmrftt. 'I" '. '
.1 .: : t. substantial loss.
to make the race caused a
far a place on the State Railroad '. : ;' 4
and Public Utilities CommiJI ion. 'J ,

Waiawrifht a veteran of I :: .,.v> In November. we presented our figures to the City Commission. j
World War 1. He is a member.
of the American Legion. He is an : After thorough examination and careful study of'our.. records, the ''' j
Ck end a member of the Methedut t
Churrh.tiraitiltUutfhlrr. ;:;''ti \.1 Commissioners 'voted unanimously that this increase should be .. ." i :

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To Wed lit Oklahoma e 4
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Information haV been received .-. ;'::: The basic rate remains unchanged and any decrease in costs 4

... Key West announcing the : .. ;: 't* J reduction in freight rates will immediately reduce the : :
engagement of Miss Cornelia .'I! .s..; Propane. .
of Mr and Mrs. r.'
Cornelius lieu Hers of Oklahoma ..........'.,..; .. .:, ...,. .,' -Current. rate to the customer. j 4

City and granddaughter of Mr. .' ; ..'" f.'' : :
and Mrs. A. D. Lruthi. who re- t ...
aided In Key West many years. '

sat t.The James Antonio wedding Clifford Texas.Is scheduled Freeman to of (. Key West Gas Company:

take place to the chapel of the

rust Preabytertaa Church in :
Oklahoma City on Saturday aftruMMin. .
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University 71S DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 : ..-.-.-._.-.-._.-.-.........-------...........---..-.-.-a .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .-.-.-...... -..-.-..........a....ea..a...................... ..
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.ta.11r1..pOAINESVILLIJan. If It Is WE REPAIR a .
. 19. Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ,S a WE SELL I T I .,. .. POOR OLD CRAIGService I i t
Threw hundred and fire University We Will CaD For and Delher .
of Florida stndents have .: Appliances Repairedeeaeeaeeeaeee : 30 Years'Ezperienc* in Electrical Work : Station : # I
been" listed as candidates for I
J08 drcrm at the mld-year ....... ...*.......a....*......ea..ta (LLCaLJ211 Duval : :. J. H BRADY. Manage FHOHI t4 : '
graduation February. 7. Umver- ................i......................aa..a...... : Street :: ; Marco Mesa Jr. Prop. .,: ; Frauds aad Dtvlslesj strewn : t
officials ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 701 DUVAL STREET : : Tires Tube Butteries Ante AcccMorirt :
shy announced' today. ; 4i : :
The candidate, comprising' the HOME SUNDRY STORE :............aaaaaSaaaaaaaa I 822 SZMONTON STREET: "Your PURE OIL and GASOLINE DwJ-T :
brt February claw in the aaaaaasaaaaassae .a ............................................e.
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1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR ta aaaa.... .............. .. .
arhuoTi history. Include 214 .COR.WHITE ST. a : DRY CLEANING, :. ....aaa a..aaa.......a................... i
IftlulII bachelors degrees 64 11 \ _' I .&il.ittIQ., P. O. BOX 412
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LLB degree :I Masters and \ \; .!I, ;I' wt : : PRESSING : i. CAROLYN ;:
sex professional (Electrical Engineer e \t \\ceGre Overseas Hotel tit T1.alp
) degree. Three studentsare 4. ,
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Rooni.buppl&s-School 1 :
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Supplier 24
each candidate for two de .f : : DONALD BARBER IW

grees.Exercises. graduating the February J.........*.{Toilet......Preparations..o,..........and-Article.................e.., i. SIGNS !:, a a. DELIVERY FREE PICK-UP SERVICE and : : : Sr-<",...,. In :

class will be formal and ................. ........ : Soles I' :. Scalp Treatments.Hair DyeIq :
are scheduled to be held in the ea *.ee.............. -Rental* :, :. PHONE 282 : ..... *""' .. 1I1U..a TM a

Kendrb University k auditorium Guernsey. Jacksonvtlle. with S.- I I i MUMFQml. and ROSS :.......Outdoor.......Advertising.........On...the.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Florida Key .:. ......................- ::...Phone......175......aaa...PInULUI..7..........wars..............

President of Rotary Inter I STREET : sa.......aa.a...aaa...., ,....................*.. aa.aa................. a...................................... .. a S

speaker.national M commencement :J Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for. a' .: PRITCHARD RUSSELL'S .. i : STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK : I-

Candidate from Key West : Carrier Scientific Beauty cat=*, ;
are Howard J. Duller and Air-Conditioning S : FUNERAL I LOPEZ :
charge. Perez. a : DRY GOODS in All Branches .. .
1 for Domestic and Commercial Use : a' Thoroughly Experienced ..I
IN HISTORY I J33 PHONES 8150 : HOME a a 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : Funeral Service : Operators. .I
I ...".............*a......*a ee.................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .'. a Salt Water UN.beta.****!? 41 s S
(Knew America) I ................... : : PHONE 373 a a .: Established 1885 : '
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lilt-The United States and Let Those Serfe., : Phone 637 536 Flemlflf{ St.

Brttaia acre to joint occupancy I 1 : i Who Serve Best ., Specializing : Licensed Funeral' .............a...;.....a.,........ ......a.a
el deputed Oregon. I h a Directors andEmbalnicrs : ..................................eeeeeeeeeeeeFormer a
1140-Lt. Charles' Wilkus. in :: ; WE HAVE NEVER : : in' a : : : Customer. Friend*.and the Public Isves.d ,
Charge of a rather poorly-equip ELECTRIC $ : :. ..BETRAYED A TRUST- : ,
p4 U. S. Navy expedition the I S Repairs on Appliance'V : ::* WE NEVER WILL a a Women's and a : 24HourAmbulance Frances Beauty Salon
tint to sight the Antarctic ContaeenL : : I
: mnees Park. Owner
1847 luexican-Indian upris- I Home f 1 i.I Ij::* Ambulance Sen-ice. Children'sTelephone .: 'S 1010 cazmcEU. STREET

tag in New Mexico-Cov. Chas. 1 1TODAY t, w : 548 : ; Beauty Culture, in all It* ,.,.*,.. :
.. Service
Bent sad slainptCongress a. score of other Americans 1 I ............e........ai.......................: : : Apparel aNever a. a Permanent Scalp: Trea>meais S

enacts thepresidential .:...-............................................. ... Sleeps aI. ..... ... .. .: Phone 135 Night 636 : : Facials Shampoo Manicming ;

lid till last year Succession Law \a- ,'I: R R HOUSEHOLD : eeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeee*.*....*.*..i..ee...ee.......*....eeeeeeeeeeeeee ...sa.... aa.................... :.............-.For.r a.AppoUtaseat aa.a.....Pheae.....flit...........

1)12-American forces land in : RUSSELL GOODS aS ....aaaaaaa............ ..?.................a......a...............aa
China to protect the railroads. SOC WILLIAM STREET: PHONE : Jc A. MYERS I 9 CASA CAYO AiT A :
l Iw-Govf'IIWI' of Iowa asksswsupension 831-H Marion s
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tk urn the country over. LUNCHEON SETS ; : LicensedPAINTING :
1837-Howard flushes fliesrrwerountry I BATH SETS BLANKETS DRESSES ETC. "Southernmost House In U.sA.- :
in t 1.2 hours-a : Call 831-R and Goods Will Be Brought to..Your Door a : : i "j: 1400 Dural Street .TetephosMExpert 1314a ,i-) .
record.IM2. : CASH TIME : ContractorFREE : Hair TintingPersonalized .lieU CUtttD q I \ >t :
-Canadian. Latvian iind'' .aa.aa..a.. ... ................. : AU ; PennoMntiCorectiye .Stylm9" :
American ships sunk by U-boat aa a ............... ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : ; Sizes ; : Facial 0 .1 :
off. North Carolina coast. ..a..a.................. ..... : Telephone 9127. 114 Duval Street Jefferson Hotel a ., ExclusiY bat Not Expeasre* 4 .
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184 -United States and her .....e............... .a.a. ....... COCOANUTSSPONGES a s .......... e e
Allies alp armistice agreement Save 20% :.................asaa....a l.e..e...aa.a....... ,aa ..........................aaaea.aaaa.e......
Fire Insurance I for M.. Haw
with llunfary. ; on dwellings ,
LAN Malnteeanca .
1848-Ocginnintf of steel stnke mercantile : :: LANDSCAPING : val HateTlsHWavea .
by INSURING withhold '4 PRLNUtG TOPPING a 1'la.st :
lavolvUK some 750000. bldgs. house tag w
acid Trimmed. a s 'I .......... I
1M7-Kussiam criticize AmerIca and personal FILL-Top SOIL LOTS Cleared HEDGE Yt
claimant. American reattionrtes effects. A.tlantic.Mutual Fire: Insuranc;.(0. : Will Ship to Any Port : 7 .
the UN and a : Marl Hauled, $5.00 for 4. Yajds...Also Lot a ol u.s. or Canada ;
would wreck Save 15% on All Policies Non-Auausbl.
impose will on world through : Mercantilestock : Cleared and Marl\ Spread, Yel'1 Reasonable : Marcy S. Palacio Beauty a
means of fDlce.rllll.llll". J. L. Crusoe,-Agt, Plierte 674 III ; a

...e.........a*.............................saaae, :: G, VVJtlLlll 1021. P.qONE OLIVIA* 801 STREET a; :: KEY 401 WEST.South FLORIDA Street : t a. tf: ''% Colony :

w ................... ................................................* .......................asaaala..eaaaaa.aaa.aa: aa..........aa......a.aaa.aa..assaaa.saa.aal;. r $21 asd
#, ..aaaaasa.a ..a a 5551 .a..i....a........... ':z BtreMAH
: .. B.&B. CYCLE SHOP JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP a N.z; t. ..+.I...I.Inuy ,,
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LOWE'SRADIO ;:- "s' ttr.IIIya '
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822 Fleming Street a I ; Llea.wd
Open Daily and Sunday, a .......
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J 1 : ; lIi.1 For the Bat ; : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. 4J : aa Appraisals : I = S p.deiti.is
: a r : SERVING LeasesRentals :
I a ; SALES andSERVICE COMPLETE Dinners ; a MoatL
:1 i : Also A La Carte and Sandwiches ; a ; s
: Management\ : Telephone 206 for ApH intnieutSE .
SERVICE ;. .aaaa.a..a.a.a REASONABLE....a.......PRICESROMERO'S ......-...-a......... ; Improved and Vacant : ............... HABLA ESPANOL| > ............. ...

I)4argant DEALERS FOR a '........e.......aaaaaaa.aaa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa... ,: Properties and in Key West : -'.................aa..........................
: Cushmaa Motor Scooter ELECTRIC Monroe County I
\ i Good Work Low Prices
atr .t : ; Dayton BicycleSteelcote a SERVICE a J. OTTO i
., Q Rubber; EnamelRental ,a 'I 2612 HARRIS AVENUE : : KIRCHHEINERREALTOR : Daily, between 9:30 AJ4.rind 3:30 :

: PHONE 1301 : : Service a We Repair and Rewind AU Type oj : a : : PJ4.Appointments are,accepted :
a 411 Fleming Street from public by Senior Students.. :
t I PirVUp and : : PHONE 1013 ELECTRICAL MOTORS i : 919 Whitehead Street TheSouthernmost
Bob Daniels Proprietor a
: DeliveryAuto ...............a.................a................ : WORK: CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : : Phones 124 and 736-R
;*.................... ...............a................................ ..'PllONE ll&l Just Ask for BIU11 WE : .i.Nb..a...........asi.aa School I t
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: : ,: 'MAJESTIC NOW ON of DISPLAY :. '[ Are You Covered Financially? : INSURANCEOFFICE' ,.,, 523 Southard Street \ :: S

: Wire Recorder -RADIO -Phonograph :: The Financial Law if Now :: There are a number available with over MO .IHMM
i Electrical : : Responsibility of state approved instruction who knew MM ...... ,
: An Ideal Gift Liberal Trade-In Allowance : :: Effective for All Owner of Auto and Truck : : pha&s in beauty culture. These student .....6.'l n. I.
: Drop In and Let Us Explain This Law to You Todarl under expert supervision of a licensed Ue-elur el i';
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524 SOUTHARD : beauty culture do .
Bring Your Radio for Repair : good at very law pr*"** Al
S : -$lo. Charged : ; to'A Radioman : : Key West Insurance Co. : STREET : : though appointments For Appointment are Dot required .it la >,<.... .:
Stop at
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Ceuraton Opposite Bus
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S ; Starters 24-H our Radio 316 SIMONTON STREET : PHONE 1371 : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 537 : '=
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IGNITIONMOTOH r; Repair Service a..sass asassass..aaaaasaasass sasasassa5- PHONE NO. 1 ,: .......................e..e...............

: > TUNE UP : : t BICYCLES: REPAIRED AM* ;, S. : Just Arrived-COAT SUITS TaloaI :

: aa : .. FOR RENT : : DRESSES...Lace-TrimaMd SLIPS PAJn1ES.GOWS I
S a FOR SALE I ;a -TILEPorterAllen- ...Lovely DRESSES for Children.. npee.t uW.., *
: i 1 AI'sMusicCo. : Our Customers Must Be s .: : beets.Pillow Cases...Comblaatioa TABLE aa4 FLOOR :
i Cash of Tersas
5 PLUMMER j : : W. Hue Authorized MAJESTIC Dealer Satisfied ;
Sll DuTsl Street : : The Latest 629 Eaton Street 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : Company : HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. 1
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a:.......PHONE......41........:. :, .a.RECORDS..aa....s........PHONE a.a......1081............aseaa sa : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE :.....................;: .: 707 WHITEHEAD STREET TCLEPHONC Btt :,
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| PRICE TOURS : When You Go a: The Division Street i' : GOLF COURSE :. BEAUTIFYYour i
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1012 ROo 1 a CALL 1042 FOR ESTIMATEFloor
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DR.COBOfSOFFICE : Meal Planning BRING YOURa : LINKS GOLF f' a Key West j

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)Mar .t La c. .a ; : Key West Agent ae Soap. Detergent and Bleach Supplied a a Have Fuel :
a 124 a : OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY A.M. to 8 P.M. : KEY WEST: GOLF CLUB ; 118 DUVAL STREET rrr :

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A HrlritHrPPI DELEGATION: calla on President Truman at the White House to invite. him to .1

..... Best Jill 4 ia Vkksburfl. Miss.'. Standing from left are Maj. Gen. Max C. Tyler: M. L. I .. "y I w .
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Morrow assistant to Senator Stennis Dr. Harris '.f
ftflis. .. Yicksburff dumber of Commerce Ralph < f .
JAIL presides Vkksbur Chamber of Commerce: James M.Walker.assistant to Rep. Williams: ( ,. S w .,
i E.'W. Haining of Vicksburg. and Senators James O. ... "
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t I I I CONNOLLY'CAPTAIN GREETED BY FAMILY_ (, ,, .. ..'. .. ": ..'.-'.."- .' :...,

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The lowest temperature in S re'
Key West during the last 24 : :.. I 14
hours WM 83 and the highest 14141
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MlM. Alice Lope of Tampa is It,
a.. guest' of Attorney and Mrs.Thomas .. ...' .,. .. .. 141t
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will fo la Havana. ., It,
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Alien M. Adtey will speak It I
tonight |a the public library on 14,
wildlife on the Florida Key$1 "
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direction of the Key. West .wo. a r vt P =' 4

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j .the Navy ficiaUy.Yard-today it wa annoan.pd :': .l' .eet Boy I Ir

The OUxen publishes today: i
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la giving. the list of the'..namesnf t"t"7 CAP ?:rirephpto> 3 '
Caaa Marina pests and.the CAPT. BENJAMIN A. BOSTLEMAN. of Brooklyn N. Y.. Master e
foh they have caught the wt of the Army;Transport Joseph V. Connolly which caught fire in r I J'y W ll. Glad To Know I Ir
few days. The largest aallfish' the North Atlantic. Is greeted on his arrival at LaGuardia.Field u
boated measured seven; feet", j tbyUsrwife; ,' MolUe aDd.hi* daughter.! Yvadne (right). 'Capt.Bostltman : -
four ...... t. : .
and 19 GUier'suni.n were flown"from Halifax .. .
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where they were brought by a rescue ship after being taken St
Harold Rolf.bo had been 1 .040. .; -, : .
from the CoJiJ oUr' lifeboats>> at sea '0 1 .
VUhing Attorney Allan a .. ........- -- ._-- '. ....--- : 'c-- .
Clear. Jr, returned yesterday: .
to his home In Coral Gables. YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER \ /
I : He's lad with of
I : : ;- : just a a bag newspapers slung i
f Jackie Knowles, son c< ),{r. ... \ft '

ebrated and Mrs.his John{third A.birthday Knowles.anniversary eel- ,HOT FLASHES then S ;: : .\ 4:.f;: L over his shoulder, or a basket full attached to :::1

Monday afternoon a

party his parents gave for his ::1 his bike-but he's in the making.:1::1i
a success
little friends at the Knowles residence FEEL CHILLY- story \\:1
609 Angela street.

:' ( '' Because he's learning about people about finance ''i
A dance will be given Thurs. Hera's! Good News! i I ,,
day night la Pena's Garden of <... between "'
the ages of 38 and -a '
Roses for the benefit of the Monroe ,,M functional tad going"middle-aee'U1roJchha'period trying peculiar ," Xt'3 "M)1. ,1'.'', 'l : and how to conduct a business, through :
County Community Clinic.Today to women? Does this mats ;< tIS .
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you safer from hot *Tt ti. feel '.,,!fr' : .
The Citizen says in an Teen clammy po 80 try.-'Lydia.irritable E. Pinkham'B weak? ..., w his newspaper route. Bright, alert he will also :
editorial paragraph: Yepi.bl.Compound to teller mtchTmptoowl < I I
"Some Miami politicians are ,..' May 1JSM) U's'mlddle-&e'famous for this become self sufficient and well have :::1:1t
Shaking la their boots, and so take PInkham'.OompoUDd reau1ar4 WOIneQ- atlpr mean1).m nature (you know what w. poised, so
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should all crooked and crafting ,'Iy to. h lp' bu d up Ra1ataDce what
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politicians no matter .where sial..s tau'. soak en sec. word for him ::
they be." PIntham C0Dpoun4 contains DOIIOTI, :. Or y....y p.efr LYDIA' E.toplateano t a friendly every day.
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)fO DAY. JANUAfcY 10.: 1948 < .- :__ __ THE-'HEY*WEST-'CITIZEN- PMl"" JB lR
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; KEY WEST HrS. ---"- :. Fishing Tourney Weighing 5K1KVG

i VARSITY WINS :Stations listed!; Jaycees Are' WDisplaying .. : :

Y stars Winners' Awards':' JfJ



I Now Ha Won Four'
I *''a' i I II d'I .LISIIED;
I Straight Cnnir; Parks- BE DESIGNATED ;.Wails ,and Scales

I b' Scorer By
''U Of Both

Content. SCHEDULEr
The Jaycees, sponsors
By winning two contests Fri I :Sponsored* by dry Recreation 1948 Island,City. Fishing :SCALES i
day and Saturday nights the Department meat have arranged for t! First entry in the Island CJty II I
Key West High School Varsity lowing weighing stations; ;'I fishing tournament was received '
team has now won four straight I men SCHOOL GYM any catch: may be entered ,by the Jaycees from Alfred
Kf Y
games this year. ; tournament: I!Land guest at the Casa Maria ,
Friday night the Varsity emerged -' I (Night Games). Standard Oil Dock-:: hotel who hails from Bhieiield

victorious over the Belle street. West ,Virginia aboard the char-
, Glad High School team by a TUESDAY- Casa Marina HoteL I ter boat Mae West Captain
r score of 41 to 27. Robert Parks I 1OO-Independenta :-vs. USS Vet's Bait Box. Johnny West in charge of the

with 13 points, was the Key Wilkie.I ,Boulevard. party _
, West tram's highest scorer. Out. I 8:00-Naval Ordnance vs. Junior --. -.- U. S. Submarine Base. In spite of rough weather.
:4 Undine plays were made by I Conchs. (AP Wlrphotos) I II Pirates's Cove. Land managed to land a 7Mb.1

Johnny Cerezo and Jim Falcon .,..0:00: C.YXX vfe. It.W. Electric JOE DiMAGGIO.: slugging New York Yankee outfielder.:shows the'ump1relDstructars a thing ortwo I Others will be .barracuda. 53 l.r long with a
. er. Repair S about calling a third strike-as he PaP a.visit to Bill McGowan's school for 'umpires at West soon as established. :girth of 17 1-4", caught with a
McDonald, was high scorer for I Anyone desiring to I lemonwood rod weight 14 o*,
Palm Beach. 'Fla:
Belle. Glade with 11 points. WEDNFSDAY7Ot1K.W _. II tournament may obtain i Butt 18", and a templar reel using t ,.I.' =. 4.
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Saturday night the Key West Transit -- tration card and a copy feather and bait.
:. vs. PCS- -----------1 MRS KENBY rOftO ... ths
Vanity beat the St. Ann High 1386. /: rules at any hotel in I Rough weather hompered the
WILL YOU SMILE? former Aaae I/elaol..N! .....
School e.f West Palm Beach -by 8:00: --Bob's SPort Shop' vs. Championship Golf -Matches I : I any drug store or at operations of the boatmen yes- at the ski caricature .......
a SCOT of 40 to 24. Again Parks Boca ,Chica Marines., Call chant who has the 1 I terday, but there is
the Wild"Don't boatlot fishof ........
lead the local scoring with 11 9OO-Beachcombers vs. K.W. of: I gister Here" on display tI,I time to enter, for small her plaster east as eke
points. Outstanding plays of 'the Electric, Repair. store. Full details -may !J ermer., and bridge fishermen from a skiing act Meat et ....
'gam* were turned in by Louis ..- Result In Several Upsets! VQU enjoy listening to I obtained from any !; Many people went up on the Sua Vaf f. I4the. reset Ilse
Penida and John Busts THURSDAY :i the honk of a wild goose?" I from Bob Pollock : keys yesterday to fish,. badweather' suffered a fcretea .... taankle. et
Sexaes of St. Ann's scored a Sonar? "Not when he's driving an I Chairman at 514 Duval not withstanding, so Cartoeut MH Baeig
7:00-- chool Marines
vs. -
total of 14 of hU team's .total. .:.;'ti DILL CURRY TOPPLES*l- -- automobile.". I II I next to the Palace J I'some good reports should be did the drawtof M her &...

The Junior team of Key West &EPC-618-vs.. Jr. 'Conchs.. BERNARD BARUCII I Trophies now :on coming from that angle. in the ter cast.I .
also won over the Juniors of 9:00-KW.EIec-tric: Repair vs. JAMES 3IIRA 2 UP; 1 I Ginger was used in early Stowers Hardware on next day or so. OJ
St. Ann's. The score was 40 to Naval Ordnance. : (Continued From Page One) Greek and Roman times. I Street will be awarded i Official weighing stations ..
,II. Louis Branly of the Key JACK HAYES PEELS ed. is the only thing which aggressors three weeks and final I ll have been set up for the convenience
West team scored 10 points. St.Ann' SATURDAY- fear or will fear in awards at the end of I! of I HATE
OFF NEAT 78 any.I this country,' and to gain that tournament entrants FISH
Junior team had no high 7:15-CirWbaxne:.Alumnae vs.XY.C. intention they may entertain to end a consolidation of interestsis nament. Daily citations : and the list will be published
.-n. ( .- Second round matches in, the disrupt Europe for the sole pur I, essential given'"to those I today, as other stations are add By -BILL" HAJWCT9HThe .
1948 West Golf Club Cham- of -increasing their own above the mininjijms ed locations will be made
Key )pose I I Such an undertaking as the 'of the these
in the rules
pinoship saw many upsets. The power. Marshall Plan is i known also. .
I; possible today
Blue SOXDefeat Gilmbre biggest upset of the day was i i He favored internationalizingthe only in the United States. Coordination ment.THE.. So there it is the tournabent Mye. "'* a tc.y .I..
Bill Curry's defeat of James Mi- : valley of the Ruhr, ::and with i i between the United is officially open and the first might hate a4saying ddlelM '
ra 2 up. Mira who was runner- j that object attained, ""to" step-Up States and the countries that :VET R entry has been received. There What I an r"s1 -
Pirates Troun' San tarlos up in the club championships I' its productivitiy to the .highest will be benelittcd by the Marsh- is a lot of fun ahead for fishing verge *rf MyM I de.'t .....
durn I'M .......
last year and who presently possible 'extent. I I all Plan will help both areas enthusiasts so go to it folks ; say .M fi"
,' i "- holds the City Open title took I Freeenterprise,- he said-4s, the economically and in every other CORNER Good luck and good fishing. I dent Irks .... .
89 blows to manuever the strong salvation of Europe as well as way. __ Wails: rye never' Mud- ] tlhsw ... >'-
At windswept 18 holes. Though -' -- -- -------"-' -- ,_ In the committee meetings catfish ARM me wtteda I wea
Army Barracks'Sunday """"""'
Curry has pulled the biggest up- !! FOLLOWING THE HALL IIi f. BIG NIISE plans for the opening of the five yean .**. i .sw ra/'e s
.. ., set in local golf matches- the -- .- ., QUESTIONSAND tournament worked out very unreasaoaMe pe........ ...
SOX l INCREASE LEAGUE'>r_. _0 .. past few years, it should ,be remembered ANSWERS I'well on paper. there K i*. THw it r Ia.eo K
that Bill had an 81 Thousands of veterans i helium filled Fish down in taw wales
If two of the
LEAH: BV DEFEATING BOX,,:SCORES in the Miami Country ClubKey new homes this year ] ballons had not poped or if be nlCe..ay "'trat =
FIRST,:GAME West inter-city matches of a 'I >s loan guarantee; even a third had not rolled out make Jiftium to me 7lta11
SAILORS BY 8 TO 5 USS. Gttmore week ago Sunday.In of the G. L Bill A go i i{out of the car, and taken to the the tiah's best. ..
close match that not ,. guarantee offers a I What I n i* that. I 4MA
was ,
.Player- AB R H P OA wind, or if the pennant.vould
SCOREThe Elwert decided until the 19th hole ter chance: for credit fish MM oC wafer M JIlt
.35 s_ 6 0 0'1 1 fonljr hare been light tnougA to leave
Harry Knight defeated Bob I lending institution and tfcem bmtc an>.M ler i
McCann rf 3 2 1 0 0 raise in the wind everythingwould
Blue Sox Increased their SnuUvjc; ; ',__-_ 32260 Spottswood 1 up..Knight's birdie fora: low interest rate { have been perfect. But, it while they gel dr. ..a1/e
J.aaue"ad by defeating the Zacharruk. 2b _'_ 4023-3 four to1' Spottswood's par. 5 was period of many years. I(did not work out that way. But That..ty..... ., 9
flilmore. ,, in the first came of I Stenger. Ib "'- 40160 the deciding factor. Both Spotts-I Any veteran ; then it was not all bad fish ougM iX to J
wood and Knight .scored .80's. thousands of I The mermaid hand. my dislike fw aU 1i.
a sciiedule doubleheader at the j Eztu.-If.i, ,. 41030 many was on
( : Spottswood had-Knight 1up and ved in building or v varirtie Bwt M .... .
Miss McLeod.
Papaiian, ssi.il 30152 Gladys geometry
army barracks yesterday after ,4 : one*.to... beginning the'I8th> home should learn make me IMak d ...id
go West
Byrd; d \\ -. 5 0, 0 0 0 teacher at the Key high '"
noon. In the rp&htcap.: the, Pirate Griffon;, p 1 0""" 0 0 11 He muffed his opportunity to provisions of the G.' L school, played the part and a smell a men e
trounced San Carla. ,.:. Lucca, p" __' _.__ 201.00 I eliminate ,the club,I.champion by what:fit mean and what pretty and bewitching mermaid tkat turns ass 551 .4
behind the effective hurling of 35582471 getting a "bogey'* to his oppo- not mean for the she made too. like that Maybe .....
I*.ncho Salinero Totals. nent's par. are the answers to J All oJhich brings? to mind me before MMT M. (
Blue Sox I Clem Price, who has played about G. L loans eet'i the thought we wonder if out is nwt an aus .....,.-.1
The Blue Sox took an early PlayerAB R H PO AYauldin. very little golf of late had a w veterans ask regularly: grades in school would have And aaotket I...

lead in the second inning when .'cMf_._ 52450 fine 80 to top George, Valdez 2 fx.y.3 Q. Does a GI loan ,! been better or worse than they like fMh M trurtcant I J
they scored a run or an error, A. Acevedo 3b 3 2 1 14 up. v the Veterans i were if she had been our teach cch th.rer.
a walk and single by Jasper Navarro; C' -__ 31060 Humbert Mira won 3.2 over guarantees that the. --
Walker and Mason MauldinT Sterling. Ib ___ 41070U Club President Charles Smith. is well built? t 'The Key West High School Hero of JIop& r.rrlrws/d. 1
likewise'won zb ...
ww.taro .
Valdez,' i 0 U 0 0 Kermit Loucks band furnihhed music for. the steam tUItie
II< II A. It does not When I[
.. Gilmore
e went ahead momentarily E.; AvevtUu, "I _. 4 U U U U by 3-2 over Bob Dillard. approves a loan it simply i\ occasion under the able direction years a.a r

in the fourth inning C. Albuiyi>p 3 1 0 J 1 I Knowles Gilmore 4-2 Park while defeated Dr. Jack Bob that it accepts the of Earl Dillon and whilewe ........................
when they pushed across two Kt.nhru.if/, 4 0 1 1 1 the appraiser that the I are speaking of the band to
runs on a walk an error and Md Uis. U ....__h .. 3 1 0 2 0 Hayes shooting the best score resents a "reasonable our ear, it seems to be far bet
&tngera lung triple. Walked p-2t: ___._ 40124 of the day, a 78, won easily view of current iter under Earl Dillon's direction t -BICYCLESRepaired I -
Fielden Elbertson 6-5.
over I other time to
at our
Q. Whose responsibility any
ThIN walks and Del Fernan- ; .'
aM! Rented
34 band has
1'otab- 827 10 zs investigate and see !! knowledge. The certainly -
"'. '. single; gave the Blue Sox Score by innings: R. H. E. ONEMINUTESPORTS house is well built that ; gone all out in lending a Also U Stock JfCWBICVCIXS
three runs in the fifth. They Gilmore 000 200 210-5 8 4 !I: and other materials are I hand to make civic affairs a ,
added two more In the sixth on Blue'Sox -- 010 032 02x-8 7 3 QUIZ j Di quality? success. TKK YUJWWACO.NS

two. error and Mauldin's double. Errors: Elwert Ezell 2, Papa- I-- ...__ ___ .._c_ A. That is the There is your wails and scales MCM: >i MRS
Stan. Albury Fernandez Walker; of the veteran and his for today! What we are really
The Gilmore picked up two runs runs batted in: Zacharzuk Sten- 1. Who drove the Railton Red AP WJr photo> institution. ; after in the wails department is SKATES

In the seventh on a walk an ger E., 'Acev do. Fernandez Lion to fame a few years back? INDIANA UNIVERSITY CENTER CHARLEY MEYER (top). Q. Does the VA have i to hear some of those fish stories I
error, and singles' by Smith and talker; two-base hits: McCann. 2. What great competing boat keeps his eye on the ball as he collides with Don Rtsfeldt of to .establish standards of those that "got away". Overseas Cycle Store
Zachariuk. Mauldin. ,Al.,,Acevedo;, threebasehit do you think of who one men- Wisconsin while struction for houses S20 Divisiea St.Roberts. ...... HIS

They added another in the 8th : Stenger; stolen bases Ezell tions the Endeavour? Nine:.game won by both Wisconsin were: following 58-54. at the Bloominglon play backboard Ind.in Lou Big the G. I. Bill? I ........................
en single by Smith and Zach- Ay Acevedo; double plays: A. 3. What sport did Henri Co- A. No. Y A's role is j --- -- --
axiuk and.MrCann's double. The Acevedo to Sterling,.A. Acevedoto chet star in back in the twen- Watson of Indiana is in on the play. the field of credit. VA Bathtubs Lavatories ToiletsKitchen
Sox the ice in the left t Sinks .\VaUr Heaters
put game on C. Albury Sterling; on ties? -- --- ----- tees a portion of a
scoring two more Ul1Ia"ldin' Gilmore' 13, Blue Sox 9 within two of Soil Pipe and Fittings IN'E'HE:
eighth by bases: ; 4. Come years loan.. The appraisal
.*. on single Albio struck but:' by. C.' Albury 2, by the date Fred Perry beat Don LUJACK ATIILETE-OF-THE-YEAR GI loans serves a t t Water Pipes and Fittings !+t .fruit.

Arevedo's double and a passed Griffen; : by Lucca;. bases on I Budge for the U. S. singles I'' l -, 'w- -T)1 pose. It prevents a \ t Plumbing Supplies 121 Duval St I.q. a .....
ball balls: off )Walker. oft C. Albury championship in tennis? 1 buying property which ) BY THE CARLOAD Nurenras ami
Jasper. Walker who started 4. off Griffeh; passed balls: 5. What Swedish boxer re- overpriced. At the same twin
for the Blue Sox allowed one Smith 2;wild pitch: Griffen; hits:. cently made a relatively poor protects the Harry Markowitz, Inc Urns-. ..r
.loci hit in five innings but off Griffen in 4 1-3 innings off heavyweight showing. in New making certain that Valentine Cards
wiktoeea kept him in hot water Lucca 3 in 3 2-3 JLnnings off York erty will bring a good U. S. Highway No. 1
more than once. Charlie Albufy, Walker 1 in 5 innings, off C. Al should the veteran at LeJeune Road ROYAL STAMD&R0 t
who relieved Walker was bury 7 in 4 innings; winning THE ANSWERS: ) his loan. PHONES 486821 407U TYPEWBITeilS*4
touched for 7 hits, but he tightened .I pitcher Walker; losing pitcher: Q. If a veteran does Miami 33. Florida ROYAL PORT LM
Villarela and 1. John R. Cobb. t
down in the pinches. I Griffen; umpires: the VA attempts to
outfielder time 2. The American opponent (:?ALL :Zit ----
Sox : Castaneda
Mason Mauldtn. Rivero ;scorn ; property is sold at a
took batting honors for the of game, :2:32. I Rainbow. where there is as little I
3. Tennis-he was U. S. -
afternoon. lie collected 3 singles SECOND GAME possible. The veteran
and a double in five tries. San Carlos singles champ in 1928. responsible for whatever J. CARMONA LIQUOR STORE
at bat AB R H PO A 4. 1936. I
Smith led the Gilmore Player- government does sustain. 1114 Duval StreetA
with two singles In three official Valdez. cf _-A 0021 5. Ollie Tandberg. v, Veterans wishing Complete Stock of Let Us Help You
tripe to the plate.In J. Garcia If-p 40011 formation about WINES. LIQUORS. RUM and
the nightcap the Pirates Santana ss ,- 41103 Galileo was the first mathe- efits may have their GIN at CUT-RATE PRICES (
handed San Carlo a 7-1 setback Roberts c 40130 matician to study the resistanceof personally answered by Call 1348 for Plan Your Floors
behind the three-hit pitching Hernandez. 3b 40113 solids to rupture. the Key West V. A. t
of Pancho Saltenro. Navarro lbZb3 1 1 10 1 Room 218 Post Office Prompt FREE Delivery I Prrr E.'i"'effl f.iren
The Pirates took advantage of Vidal p-lb 30042 0 Use of extra iodine in the diet .3t DELIVERIES Will Be Made' AspktH TtteRuee
some bow playing by San Carlo Rueda. rf ._ __ 10000 may make some types of goiter Malaria carrying Only Between the Hours I TtUCeefc i
and scored three runs on C. Garcia rf 20010 worse instead of better. stand on their heads of 4 P.M. and Midnight TH .
three error and Gabe Lastres Pazo. 2b-lf __.__ 30020 bite. I We Reserve the Right to Refuse Plastic Doer 7 tie *
: sin W. San Carlo scored a run - 2, Rueda Pazo. Albury 2, A. Las- r Delivery to Anyone Plastic Wall THe j
.In UM second Inning on two errors Totals 32 2.4 2* 11 tres; run: batted in: A. Lastres Subscribe to The .a'........
and Mario Hernandez"s base ; 2.' Salinero; two-base'hits: Cates, .Cap.Ue West Roe t
knock. Singles' by Danny Lastre .t'd T: t 0 A\ Lastres; stolen bases: Navarro I'' .ArewsticFermisa 0.... II
and Andy Aloruo and an out. J'"I'"I'"I'J J 2 J G. Lastres; sacrifice hits: D. Las I .Kant.... falsely I
field fly. : :f tle.d IS tres Cates; left on bases: Pirates FOR I : e foeCounter Si.h
In the fifth an error and Bill '-__ t t % 11, San Carlos 4; struck out: by *. Teaevs
Gate double gave the Pirates E.IAlbury; c '_.'4 10 b' '6' 't Salinero 3, by G. Lastres 3, by Y -F Floor sal4spR. and
ate additional run. They pied Smith. rf-lf 5 1 1 0 0 Garcia 2; bases on balls: off Vidal 1936 Ford I L' J'
acrvM two more runs In the 7tnMI G. Lastres. 3b-p 4 2 1 0 1 1, off Garcia 4, off Salinero 1; .
two error and Crip Lastres A. Lastres. Ib a1 1 12 0 hits: off Vidal 5 in 3 innings off SEDAN S / Moilcm 0 d floors & I TIk I
double. Salinero. p-----_ 3 0 1 0 6 Garcia 5 in 5 innings, off Salinero :Sood Mechanical $. ,"" ,% a I Io
San Carlo got their other run Arango, rf 0 0 0 0 0, 3 in 7 innings off G. Lastres 1 in .* -s-- a. tAP Warephotol) Condition .. v V'co '" J. L GATES: :
.la the ninth on Santana'* single.an - 2 innings; balk: G. Lastres; wild LUJACK. his qb'
Notre Dame's A11 America .l0
10 27 12 quarterback. APPLYAuto o
7 CnrHrarter
and a balk. Totals 35 pitches: Vidal 2, G. Lastres: win- Flooring
error short- innings: R. H. E.San ning pitcher: Salinero losing shows young admirers how he holds a football when getting
Danny Lastre Pirate .Score by ; TONY'S ho ..y 1434 VIRGINIA STRUt
001-2 4 6 ready to heave a pass. Lujack. guest speaker-at football ban- t'p .
atop led the Pirate at the plate Carlos 010 000 pitcher: Vidal; umpires: Rivero a 1 PHONE lie
wit* two **1'!.* 'in three oflicul Pirates 031 010 2ta-7 10 3 and Villareal; scorer: Castaneda; quet at Portsmouth. Ohio was named the male athlete of the 603-605 Greene S I
tripe to the plate." Errors: Valdez. Santana, Vidal time of game: 2:10. year for 1947 in the annual Associated: Press polL


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Run--For Nothing whose genius, character and f rived on. the docks of Thompson NCCS. 1021 Daval Street on ,! TRIUMPH
humanity place him among the Enterprises Inc.. at the foot Wednesday, at 7 JO p. m, under
I William Dun
t I I rz 1 ia I I watchman employed a by great of all time, bornin of Margaret street early today the direction ofjq Benildes I i COFFKE

I| Charles Toppino and Sons Stratford, Va. October Va.' Died 12.in 1870.Lexington ,II As the vessel which hails from I Remond whose classes at the I!I MILL ?
I and working on guarding :Grand Caymen but which catch former uses for the last fire atAU
1809-Edgar Allan Poe poet
the Kress Store property. and 'short-story teller the ,,es the turtles towards lIondu. years have had a large atten CreeraUUUUUUUUUR
got cold at 2:30 a. m. this t I the I dance. ._ .
unloading green ,
American j
'I morning. So he built himself us greatest, a tragic life born literary in vas were crowd of. -.-..-.-..-.....-.-.-......... ..
I It ceni.j monsters; there was a
a little fire. was light. I
ed against a wall of the Died in Baltimore several hundred interested tour* .l

II 11 new addition to the store 1849. lists t: on hand 'to. watch;,the' proT .KEY. }WEST. DISTRIBUTORSHIP I Ir
1848-(100 years ) Minor I ;
Someone passing in tha ago 'i Iceedmgs-. .' ._, :
l .
C. .K .
street saw the blaze and immediately ith. Costa Rica railroad t AYAILABLE FORWEATHERMASTER
thought of the builder organizer-president of!! .
Fire Department. So ha ran International Airways of _Central t'"
I America,' a founder.of..trni- f.IFTS\ "
I to the fire box at Duval '<-
I and Fleming men end sent ed Fruit Co/and founder of the r'o.Ssu\ooI'M.... 'ALL ALUMINUM JAlOttSIES
f in an alarm. banana industry there born in W. Offer A Nice Selection

Firemenquickly 'respond '. Brooklyn N. Y.. Died June 14. GIFTS For AllOccasions Expansion of ou dealership argaaLeat4aa aileds a ........
ed. Duval was standing by 1929. opportunity to build a profliabla, ptasasaal. yea antcar
his fire warming his hands.. 1851-David Star Jordan buam- Prelecte4 trancbisa Lartwt Iaea.y sal I.....
Ii "Where's the firer asked famed California naturalist, col- Also of lts"kIM In 1M woeld. geared taw tukl.q ddlvuy ii
i Chief Leroy Torres. lege president and peace advo- SOUVENIRSCOME autoaa.bG11t and stack aJI.aluaiaaIa 1.1.alea.
r a "What fire?". questioned cate, born in New York.. Died and SEE /
Duval who continued to September 19, 1S31. t For Further IAfonD&tioa-Wnt.: Win Pha.r ..
warm his hands over the 1887 Alexander Woolcott TROPICAL TRADER i
I small blaze at hit feet. journalist man of letters. au- 711 Dural St. Phone 1000 i W.EATHERMASTER
thor and wit. born at Phalanx tit.
chief could find no
(''lP nrephoto The
!! ? fire. The firemen went backto N: J. Died Jan.24 1943. : 3700 Bitcape BlYeI.. M &JnI3T. f1a.
LIVC STEAM horn "Old Christf" (left). a 55-year-old veteran helps "de-1ce" equipment used in their beds.r".lII'j. :: .'a . ..* PHONES 9-3109, 9J12Titz1E ) I J
; r ftaatiaf tits tttimaUd to have caused $2X00,003: ) damage in.fire-story leather warehoues at Bos- .

1, I Mss "Old Chrfetr". has been in fire department-"attic" since five-alarm blaze 22 years. ago. :1A' .N'IG'HT'FOR PATRICIA, : :.: ............ j jr

-- '
'f i --- : .
I N- (:BENEFIT of the MARCH of DIMES) .
i ATIIP8A Tug Takes WaterTo r ><1ioTrsa "..l\IIMU.'NnI.U"\ '"

t The Weather St. Paul's Poor I r. Bridge :. 'CLUB. .,.DRIFTWOOD 1 f dmta. #.Qddte.cit7

9 I Box Is.Rifled' d: Dry) ;Tortugasi : A bridge party 1rOlligfz'j : ..'.',.. '.: ,=:TUESDAY..8o P.M* ." .//' -:..a,f '.::. s ... ;:t.-Rt.- ..; .ROO IS jNrfia R outs
:t FURECISTKey : tonight for winter too. F '. ,-"I : : '1'. '--:"-':'':'" : !, .. -......-
.ti i Wart and Vicinity: Partly I Thieves entered St. Paula 1 '., tourists at the ; . with 14TH ad rElDHOIICI
I 11 i II The u; S. Submarine Base is ; .. .
Cloudy thin afternoon tonight'; Episcopal Church last night. sending a tug and a barge to 319 Duval street Play will.. get : .-:* 'it5ANCEH =i I ;
t. and Tuesday with indication ofiarreaimx broke into the poor box and j! .underway at 8 p. m. :
Dry Tortugas tomorrow
cloudiness and rain II I I morn- 1 Mrs. Jane Whidden rcpresenting Iiller
| stole the contents it was reported 'I i ford Pershing
I I I 1... Tftcaday Continued cold', today to the sheriff's t;I: tog water with for 75,000 the Ue'of gallons the of Nations ,fresh- '. the City Recreation Department . .',;, : *.* so'-th.: MUSIC of ...t

f today and a..r iight; warmer Tues- office by the Rev.James Mac- 1 s jal: Park Service it was announced : and Miss Florence. Walk. U :BARROSO'S'SPOTLIGHT: BAND : Ii Bow hotel Hotel
I ; day. Moderate to fresh north ConnelL rector of St. Paul's. er will serve as hostesses.All '
t tat and eat. winds. who discovered the theft this I, here toflay. The Navy received visitors and tourists are f *.' .f' l Sponsored by: "XL SId at 321 lf.6 lit Ate m It.r. tat a,..
4 flondat Partly cloudy today morning.In I an appeal from the care- invited to attend. Refreshments '1I.R00m8( 100 Roaaw M ltoerotIIevator
tonight and Tuesday. Moderatelytold breaking the box the available taker of Fort Jefferson. that the will be served-free. : BACHELOR GIRLS CLUB : EIn-atar ........

today. warmer tonight and' thieves used a crucifix to pry gone. The seagoing water tug was the nearly USS U Admission, $1.20 Per Couple (Tax Included) d Solarium Heated
Tuesday.Jacksonville the receplab open. The crucifix j Salunan will make the trip to 3 8LOCXS FROM UNION IMI STAT10H

SusuU and through Cost: Gulf the of MexIco Florida Udev**was. who broken then dropped by the it Tortugas. STRAND Showing THEATRENow :--.. a.:.. ....... ... .. ... . t .' . tll. ... -- --- ._-- ---

: Moderate to fresh winds, to the floor and fled. -NOBODY LIVES FOREVER" -- .
north la northeast today and:: t>- I Brush Fire Cites.Firemen John Garfield.G. Fitzgerald
night a. becoming east to northeast r.lI'II..I'II- Hard -
FightA i
; ,. ,
Tuesday.. Partly cloudy .caI Starting Tuesday
I ther. Few scattered showers s brush fire near ;the old THAT WAY WITH WOMEN" '
over extreme south portion. TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow i street car barns at the foot of Sydney Greenstreet-Alan Hale '
Jacksonville to Apt larhicola: ( America) j Simonton street gave the fire-
No small craft or storm warning men from No. 3 Fire House, a MONROE THEATRENow
Mrs. Qv eta Culp Hobby executive 'M'AYBEYOjJ'VEWON
Issued long, hard fight after 10:40: a. Showing
vice president of the Ho' s- nij today. The firemen labored "YOLANDA"
ton. Tex., Post wartime chef "
lot an hour and three quarters David Silva Irma Baronova
Report of the Wacs born in 49& y
texas Before putting the fire out Spanish Picture
Key West FU. Jan. 19 .1&43 years ago.Charles t r There was no damage. I StartingTuesday :
G. national
Observation taken at City Office. Bolte. | i SEVEN KEYS BALDPATE. Hi
chairman of the American Veterans 1
I:M AAU EST) A snake which is coiled up j J i I Phillip Terry-Jacqueline Whit.
Committee born New
Tcrapetatu.Highest .-. *York. 28 years ago. in I like a rope cannot strike. __ .... _. ,"t A KAISER OR A FRAZERI
7ntnday. 70 Robert D. Calkins vice presi- ,
Lowest last night dent of the General Education
Mean -- Board, former dean of Columbia BROADWAY SUPER MARKET
Normal. -.. -- .-._ 6:1 University's School of Business{ -
t Precipitation born in Lebanon. Conn. 45

Total) Jut 34 hours00 ins.Total years ago. ] Duval aad Petronia Streets Key West. Florida r- rt. 'fr. .
this month .17 Lieut. Cen Millard F. Harmon : ... : .
Departure this month.96 ins.) born in San Francisco 60 I MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ....1 "' t<-,"t, i. . .. .
Total this year .17 ins. years ago. I \ { :: ,.
Departure this year.96 ins. Dr. Sherwood Eddy of New ; Out f WhenWendell -
I : Tuesday Nigh
fUlatir Humidity York author-lecturer, born Lea HOT SHOTS V*- ;: 'Rf, t. {i FikI
at. 8M KM. venworth, Kans.. 77 years ago. \ .
83% Dr. Homer P. Rainey president ,
Barometer of Steuhcns College former ,\: I Noble Announces the Winners '

I (ft*. Level) fc3 A.M. president cf the University Of .eM .. ...- ,
II 3044 Insw-10240 nibs' Texas born in Clarksville, Tex: ,I ;
Toaaoitow'a Almanac 52 years ago. <#"
I I toile .. 7:13: a.m.run..t i Dr. Karl Krueger conductor ,
6-04: p.iii. !of the Detroit Symphony :
01'-1 -
Moonrise 12.52: pm. I chestra.: born in Atchinson, Kan.l
Moonset Moon tint quarter 1.23 Jan.a-m. I sas.Dr.54 William years ago.V. Houston president I Sweet Fresh l

r. TIDESTomorrow 191 I Houston of Texas.the born Ruse at Instit'.lte.1 Potatoes Ground In the 2nd Kaiser-

f I I end Ohio. 43 years ago. t Big
(Naval Base) Prof. Edward S. Corwin of t I II
(Cttern Standard Time) Princetown University, noted I
High\ Low teacher of jurisprudence, bom Hamburger 1 1Lb.
4.23: a.m. 0:43 *.m. near Plymouth, :Mich. 70 years
I Ib
4.00 pm. 11:40: pm. ago. I

I ADDITIONAL-TIDE DATA The ancient Greek salutation I Frazer Prize Contest

1: EtaOo lUferenc__ Station Tim Tide:of Key(hiahwatairiahla Height West of joice"as one the met Hebrew another"Peace".was "Re L s.2Sc. I

1i llatda.Over.
i bridge) _. _,10 milL 00ft
No Kane Key +2hr 39cP
(east aide) __2ft nun
Doe Chiosehr. STORE
Sandy Point) 40 mama ,. P Wendell Noble
tI Listen to and
Caktcs Channel +:hr.j Newscope, January 20
(north end) _10 mica +1.4 ft PILLSBURY or GOLD MEDAL

.j NOTE: Minus 000 sign-eorrc FLOUR 5 lb. Bag 49c Over Your Local Mutual Broadcasting Station!

limas to be subtracted. Plus,

I' sign-corrections;;*::7 't CAMPBELL'S .'. (Consult Newspaper for Time and Station)

; Apply 1 .1 PORK & BEANS 2 Reg. Cans 29c

An application for a marriage .
.f Iknue WM filed Saturday with BORDER'S $135,000 in cash and prizes awarded in 8 great contents. Fifth
1 Clrruit Court Clerk Ross C.
I fviwjrer by Porter R. Mastenon. tlZM MILK 3 Reg. Cans 35c contest ends January 25th. Go to your nearby Kaiser*Frazer

I SL and Shirley F. Neibergall. 18.
t r I both of SIS Sawyer' lane. t SACRAMENTO dealer and get a free official entry blank and a free tip sheet.
t I Barking U found only among ASPARAGUS No. 300-; 29c Complete listing of prizes and.the official contest rules will be
t domettkatrd dogs; wild dogs
and wolves found on your tip sheet. Enter today!
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