The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00128
 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 24, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00128
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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*** Spreads I I mistioper to take the place of th* Ut William. W. Paaaarm. i sreu.4
....... .. the AtI Of Dimes Drive i fins to the city charter.
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**t. .fc. anted Hrt* yeslrcaUy City CoramiMioncr Louis '.,' : Of Rockies1i: highest man not seated in the election last NaB*** 4. w Mi* *.*-
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!***.*. *rttH sniff trftoff. arimi., ...*..11. hew. .! Southard i < EXTENDS AS FAR SOUTH AS Section 5 of the cue-mission charter |nu.i< tab why Wtfl M hr try HnnUy a.4 Duval streets. has been f canny occurs in the membership of the City Cwa- -... *wapl _
.. .f InvclucM aid< to the --..--- -. -. NEW ORLEANS, WHICH REPORTS a nuu of a recall e.ecuon, Mid City rnnimimnneligible 1 ... dw4 eat
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M rth 01 Dimes Director IvanB4itt n I + + to fill the
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T''U. N" to said today. TRAFFIC JAM in the streets of Shreveport La. resulted from I SNOW FALLING: election or >.p,;t*..l a/ell1Nw tied -
a heavy! snowfall
<*. .itj Java I *t*.atinm aU Lut nHht. Louis whe Id.t .
struck there Tuesday. Some motor vehicles skilded on icy pavements and blocked COLDEST 42 BELOW ZERO fur .DoI tower pttsa.'e'U '
: traffic lan I
..loa* tiw AlUt.. slid Mid nerdy UO out of passersby Others became i I VI"II.I'I" II:! ...
acid the .udinc which lined stuck in snow drift: (By Sih.WASHINGTON.. rt.r.rldeJ [hero, Mtrh ... ... ttti.iN r .w
tfe* e......... .r... wtl! U> K..WUKS
the sidewalks to Me and ---.--,..-. .. Jan. 24. Cold, within th* nest ass -. I
-- --- -- Scout Week
.-.'I Me 1"U."' .* yea j rear the Dimes drive Ulcnt9rtf Boy I not. a tprcial ilua lMi ... ..
wi M ...... Admsa.l. lu..d ; prfonn.In I-- ; weather accompanied by snow called wrtjuvacancy 43 data w M tam
....... 1M f4ubnwtae. U.e addition, the city com Clarence Higgs Cold Rush i ; and sleet in some area, has; 'To Re: Observedi I to wbit4i earn/ flea rae .
...... BiiMtoar .la on the ]lob every ; Orgies' Shocked Pastor spread from the Rockies to the f shall b* tall...d law tt01tl11ei
f afternoon .. for i February 6.12 but nnlr for ati IM ...... 1./q
H*>99U contribution Atlanta Coast and far South j
A.... !*.* ........ I* Key *. A police officer !I I as II and unitt l a.Ml $. .. _.
Wr, !. Vtrv A......| !bare_ d... traffic duty at the cor orCommissioner I aa Nsw Odeans. which repoiled Boy Scout Week will be j, Miry inaH beIMed. U t1e A
I: llattoy.. UbM, *iwMi.ix rr irf( nr. and frequently Louis has LI Tours of Shirttail Canyon: Saddened Hint I IBY' a snowstoim today. observed: in Kr West from I>pouitmenl .! Mi* CM* Ceert b'ssoa.
flu. ('........a) S.* rrwuter. Kim step pawing cars to col. i II I I The sleet storm came out of February 6 to 12. the M tact contributions from the Appearing elsewhere,, in today's ; JAMES the South when a comparatively roe County Council of Boy It will be ...... eat ....
vrtoi WM tine *4 lit* tMl tand D. WHITE |I I
driven and occupants.I1OmOA'OO. Scouts of America announced |W S. (Sugar Sweelfsig .-.las
tae. tent mm tfct MOstrd I issue of The Citizen is the ,, AP Newsfeatures Writer I I warm wave came into contact{ today. City o-rtfllM sm rt. t1M w
political announcement of Clar- !I Calif.-The gold rush that hundred with a cold wave that had swept] .
Oral fcUrAitW to th.* le.I.kutl AUBURN a years] Local scouts will hold citywide old coanniiiiioa) anal: W .
.. III.I I.krt.pp..... -r ence S. Higgs: in which he announces I, ago many people rich but it didn't make everybody!':down from Canada.Temperatures activities. Exercises will levted Wiih.ra Dras.-, .. .
A. Ik.. ata. *...n tout! up along himself for reelectionto haPPY i!I tumbled m all be held in the schools and I the fwia Matptraae. .. ..
sir.. ...b taw m........ l..* .idtoad (Permits Issued the office of County Commissioner ], It saddened the Rev. Dr. Joseph A. Benton. a Congregational I I Ii 'I: areas east of the Rockies. with Bayview Park and the special' armies that w. licit. .(
epttt.nik a ........ AdmwI pastor from Sacramento who wrote the the exception of South Florida scouts will attend church later.. LMM a rMMM4i w an etaat
ItMaily s ship p&s,r.I t.ttiaI.r of the Third District subject 1 i f 852 of a qold rush town irt followmg. account: la'f I'' which will experience colder services. t' ed
04 1 tome. I [For 2 Huildings c to the May Piimary In. an- Shirttail Canvon near here. .}-__ I" weather lomoirowIt "It term! 1b. t.. __d
Taw atMtmi ...u..r pry' :' is so cold in Detroit.' 100 '.ewvr./o/'odI' policy of th* fy flt..rsllwiir eb
tattrstt. 4 IU. m-Iy oh. a Tan 'ImiMmjc |>rriiiitt calling i thousand automobile workerswere name lire man wise __
(I*.* .4 ..*. trfftrm4firtaJ ., Ow- for an outlay. of 11.100 were isMied i : advised not to report for Vernon A. I IDied next 10 th* towed tans .. ...
&I-. .... H athnlwledl |*day by Building: Inspector : .j! work Monday. Albnry elected to th* J4 r. :
p..r. rH a* U. Key Wr.tIM r...... Saw ..... I I I i I It Snow is falling in New York 'Conunt3M00r fwtMs. ::
( ( ....... II .KM tara .....* One was Gar a conrrrte blmkiF t I i and parts of New Engbn l The This A. M. ell today
INK pa. iUM4y "M hd MIto Mirncr ti that $8.100 l<, befifwtiwrtrd :'* Weather Bureau made no forecast > "If the pteee..t hs.arltia
t...rwty.i7 Uy KM eye anal. by Floyd G. J<>ncs I of the amount of snow that Vrrrx fotlowi lkt. ..I.. Mess
lady as 0 tt..M tateari *4 UM mrner <4.W rule.and.New- i : i} probably would falL. New York. this Arlington AlWury o'cWk; died C. Itatdea *wM b
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Iles W..1 Ia.a.et oat atqpba '11t..tta. wtta/esor4tta+sreasid 1:t r' J for: five inches, the Key West Municipal.>p UI ., i..rl.if
-...-d..sa 41 ...w MareI cUtina tn the bane of Mn. Every I I : ;i: The coldest spot in the nation after Funeral a short( illness. Coe+mletk.i is IN ..I .......
Irtr.n.w.naafi j! K. Stevrwk 404 South street. '' today is the lake region of, !M' services will be l held Just behind Ytrd ..... .... tw.tlerlyd. .
rHay at 9 o'ckick .
i to I |L M.ffirrn iltrawt.v. the. which will cost 3000. Wisconsin with a reading of 42 The funeral morning -, .
.! the Kit West. Naval l : below zero.Soldano. .. Funeral procebston Horn willIc. CommtavlanerciimmWaf I1.... ... tor
.c Lopez chapel
I'- .W .... a neeMsn Inn to SU Star today .. 5. two .
to th
A......... lUaadr. ail Kte parr : fofHntJicd Sea go Catholic Mary's Church t where* potntmoat *| a I.eapgs.sremission ....
.I rail T.ylw. (Whim' CtUIhr DANCE TONIGHT !i will be t.Jh.l t* take Hi* pthe W
; tan: 1 vices cu: yUcv
Awinetl (...... will tw the 1/I, : I i J. II Johnson. S.J. Burial W Dnvwitt.
a4hseee .l.*.d the |>KtMM and. I* the MUSIC of ) ( This A.M.I 1. will be in the family plot inCa the City Clerk VwWrKriay Ivam e/1
Ghee leak ...ki.. ..f..1 Chip Lasts and His Orchestra atRAUL'S ; j, .h Iic Cemetery. that IK* awl onpwer ...
pimtn" $ in Krr Wrsl. I I'1 : Andrea Maria SolHano infant i Suivi-vws of the deceased m- lion had ears1 Mrs i_ M._
lt It PJI.khaWM.a. ail the CLUBI I I j I I i I I' rlttuglit?! of Mr .and Mrs. Jos r Ji I dude the widow. Mrs: JiMnita Including Ilse rail art __.
.14.14. tlty rntkil Ttwrna. I Soldano, died this morning in the; "'''ury. four daughters Masses the rental .4 .... ..raft setiurw
........ ...!.. prwulrtl Admiral)i I the Boulevard by the Sea i i Kfv West Municipal Hospital Muriel l.t.u iiie. !Mary Ann. Jon., .a and ......... w e41tt4
Iilu.dy. acid Its rsaMtier adMak .. t I 1 The Best Drinks j at Raul's Old I : Funeral service was held 2'10 anJ! --.m Albury ;ad speri.l I petk.w aA
M et.e.at. l. Kry West' Price SOc and 60c. Tax Incl. I : clock this afternoon with burial Mi Alburv was a retired" light special .M'eerw mss Ma.! .
in I4 a.ewdrtal+ip rails .la Ik-* in the family plot in the Catholic ho-u employee and served: for than a terieval .!...... ----
........... and vmlended thttnU Open II *14. to 2 A.M. Daily I Cemetery. many years, at this depot" in Key I IVfcst there are fewer ...... s'. rar.aaK
.Mvstatkina. Uk past .in theIKI PHONC: 9317 or 1135-J !I I I I : Survivors besides the parents: unlit it was taken over by I<
........t. Grandparents. Mrs Oscar | C'm"t Guard -
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-- Sola no and Mr. and Mr!. Baldas !

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STEAKS Home 1,, Private School Notice -\I.L MAS1KK: IAS( ; :SIIUNK 1,1 MILER: \ IN44.

Iflilil)' Hooni. Car: Port 1 I, ( I ;{ ,desiring to attend the banquet to TELEPHONe 144SANDY'S
'!: ; be given in honor of the MoM .
.me w...... Flaa.l.Cbara.a (:.R.$. (:i.asdrtseliuttAsphalt !I I, ,:, ; Owing to the death this I! Worshipful Grand Master of
: morning of Vernon A. Al .. ...... .
l N..U.4 and Plastic Tile Floors !j: Florida on January 30th. ------
Aluminum Til. Bathroom I])[i bury the Albury Kinder- //r, p (:ttnlucl lour Junior; GARAGEN
Corner Lot I marten School. Eaton and I
WEAVER'SMINK i i i" 'tinlen Itefnrr to L. ( jfch4 M ..
Finest Residential : January
William will be
streets .
I I ( 404 Dreg StttComplrlr ...... Me
( : 'ISUMI l..ulI anal! Jolill.."oil :MH.H t I I I I I closed several days begin- 2fth for Iteserratiun
(Iterhaul. J4N ..
1'114)5: <'>\"\ 32 IK ning Monday. C. E. SMITH. DDCM.
Cna.pkkly. Aw.c.'tieM4' I' > or : : I
!i.I I Job To5 Bilked. .
-I I i', l lI Mrs. Vernon Albury (- .....,
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1,1 i LETS CO(; I LiS!! I I I!'i I I I I:i i MARCH(: OF DIMES) I

, tOt JHlir I j jI I I i i I l '; ATTENTION!

I I i iI % The Little Theatre
I I ;: I No. 14. F. & A.M.* are request I Group |
January 25th at 3.30!) P.M. '
I I I I I i W. Demeritt. Members of t tI .IJ the -trmy and "%0rjr 1..".'?..'I. I

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Big Show and Dance I are invited to attend.
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"Full Show of Local RACES f
I 000 Acts andProfessional [ [ I ; HAUL'S CLUB ij

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PLUS 2Sc Fdtal Ta. AUlcil 1
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I I .11IMl IUS. *1.dO() IVr aml.le-: II Aquaplane 5 Minutes I',/ J
I I /1 Tickets On Sal at YJ4.CJL Cult sad
' All rt*..*d* I. .* Given .. the MARCH OF DIMES 'ii' THE MUSIC
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.....v '' Programs (E..-' A=ieMlbr.rti
.. .. ....&. % Stones about pirate g td along the

._1U1II M Ybi *.... .w. .. .asse.sae .. ....................... DISCOVERED 100 YEARS AGO IT LED TO RUIN OF FINDERS 11ltlmH.oeVrwformee ..... '
h.. Clta 1M".' Florida coast have been:recurring_ since ., J_Mtslb
I e... Q...$$ alts .Ana streets ',. .-. ..- tp 1

1f. l...5 Nsaf Mw n.:=1. xu w..t sal back to the time of Ponce De" Leon. I Time NETWORK!I. iait m standard PROGRAMS Fereswa 'i. 1 -- i fIlM. .burl.s. -AI.M 1)i) .vNr K.'A.dtion ..r.......

! Cell." State history is rich in accounts of trl, standard subtract ere .h...,..fwdtewntaht I Died S.1leaI

' ...... at -.. ..... Vt.el.a! s. ...... c'ue .tter the bourn C-standard_ local stations subtract snano tws I4i c I ."", J ..,....
t pirates who'visited Florida during I __.* .l ft ... ,
PaP."t Last mtavu r y ts beat eebed. i famed ....... a.--w 't tNY ..
' 'nI. A..nATItD provs..na./a. -
T1.UNRNQ a--- rw..M S. .ac..r ...te /" ,. time they were preying on ships in the .* k .lo,lMd..d. Tema. a ply o' d Ile.apIn

} :. I.e 1N d Mls 4d all .... dlepteb_ eUlidis .......... ((11MR M I m.'- 11'1
,'\ ,. N .. ... NlNwl. ......... t. tkl. pp-. aadIke Spanish Main. Many of those stories are -- JW
..... .... ..we.i.. bw SATURDAY. JANUAIT 24 1 w Died Joe 1 a-
n about Morgan and other freebooters who t 1ll--J+.c1 M 11. C""" e' Im.rl.
$%; .c tlret.r **T.. .... h..:... heSw. r51.wNt.o .
tr. T..F ... -. ..- +. had bases in some of the Florida Keys. New Y-
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.It N.stb -- ..;: I.-OO-Sutmaary .f N.ws-abe ;. slid tiee, t.... ..... aI1a
/b 4! .......-- -- LN The latest of the pirate gold stories Network Newscast: Mush Every I Tims D jr.-.-eta aba t : ".. Dwa JIIn .4 tef'1s5o
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DOJW Hour mb
.It Beach where Mrs. Halt s N Mufs a'gigs
Palm MoM7
....., comes from West ; -
'.1$-lUHglon and Nt.wnbsW.rd .
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awaNTSnw' I&ATtI1I Bula Croker resides Key Western may Iron Country-cbsfgl .r1
I u... ".... Apph.attd..rI 1s0.-NBC symphony-.be /!.,, thou ..tin Mi.11u.p.. ttld..
\ 'recall that in 1938 she ran for member of Bed Barber Sportscbs'Harry loins... l... brsN Mw......

Ise a.4ksa. ,..cur.L rrtCM. fleas* ,e..laV : congress from this district. She read a Oanco WUmer Music Sports mbs tsUore bnrw. T..... .. ...ee Ati. tit.

.. eA.n.p.r..y. :..* > as., 'will btbsru.d in ':4*-:N: ws and Coatmtary-c'
fee SI *.. r.'. .*lS.. -.. II- speech about her candidacy Bayview Jack deal Comment aba. 191s; + Peel W .it tMft "..k1.
Dance Musts Band mb
.. .1.p4.iw" a ::..=a :t.rlalareat N N d.rl .d b:r."1 .AtTb. :. = 70-Hawk I. rabee. Drama- b. famed *****
c....... Ie .. .... .... and lavltw d". Park.She is fairly well ki-own because she Modern Musio useum-a.ba, in New H*...*. <".... ....$ "MI
...... ... ...... ...... ... _.J--'. .aaM lean Hawaii Calls uldaDba, .
=== MN K .ua a.l .W" is the widow of Richard Croker who for 7:30-Curtain Tim. Drama Bb. t ,,ham 20. .914
Abe Burrows Sons- :bs ---- -- -
many years was boss of Tammany Hallin CbaUe_. of Y.kODbo
I News Broadcast-mbs LEUALS
New York City. Mrs. Croker says she 7:45-lL Carmichael Song-cb i
i BfPHYBeIn"I"' roll KEY WEST Twin News Comment-mbst. f fI .---- -- --
I UYecAtB BY YrK CITlZEIf has two maps showing the location of ;00-The Life of RUey-cbe SUTTER'S MILL from an old print showing how the place RUINED by his discovery... I. wise < .J5 a_ .-.-
buried off the Suspense Mystery Hr.-cb I Wilson Mashall.BT .|% %,It eel r
78000.000 in pirate gold James I
Ross Dolan. Detective-abcTwenty looked when the first yellow nuggets were washed up. p.LMM.N.. J'tH
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L .... Hotels cud Apartments west coast of Florida. ': -Truth tjuestkws or Consequences QuU- B&O 1 JAMES: D. WHITE I t tot.I.-tRT. M.. ..I ltSi.
L .... *&4 Eia Msg PaviUua.I. Whether any pirate gold is buried in Keeping Famous! Jury Up With Trial*KUs-abd-tnba' AP Newsieatuies Writer f fpOLOMA .L i ,. to 'PS. at I ,. It e.4u1

I AlrpofU-LMH! and Se*. the Florida Keys or lies at the bottomof ';55-Fl o Minutes News- be CaliL-Gold, disC ET. I I.. iii.IrKiS ,."ii.11r...,.....*. .. ,.,',t.w u...

.. CMaalkUtioa ol County and the waters of the Florida Keys mayor 9-00-Joan Saturday l>avis Hit Comedy Parade-cbs-'nba covered here 100 years ..... ,..".".$... ItAlNRV. va, eei
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Ct7 Gvramtati. Boaters DramaaboStop 1 "1.- +
not be but it is undoubtedly true Gang (Jan. 24)). brought only
L Auditortoa.MONOGRATII may true its. Gag Showmb.5:30Judy ago trl.r.i..a .. ." ,. ...
that gold and silver and jewels also are C&nova ShownbeVauaks grief to the man who found it. i I 1 ; ., ..... t"t.".....t .... --
Monroe Show-cbs and to the man on whose land .... ... s.m.ar- ... I. ..
mingled with the bones of ships that were Murder and :Matone-abo t. t.- .. 'Or ..5 mm 10l' a..4
Name of bone Q.Istuba10:00Kay jt*,. it was found. ... .re.. I..... .. .-
wrecked on the Florida Reef off the Flo- : Kyser College-nb* Both Wilson >., 14..a.. .' .-
Saturday Serenad.chairPr.L.QUI. men. a .J .: It; ......: ..::': ..f i' ;I II :t
rida Keys. in Quiz aba. K. Marshall of New Jersey, and .... r w.F.
Chicago Theater-mba .. i.la.IS. .,:. :.:
To Mr. and Mr*. Key West Long before Florida became a state 1030-Th. Grand Ole Opry': be John A. Sutter of Sacramento "i t Moo-Sot .of ....- w
To !>'_ AnnouncedcbsHayloft were swamped by the gold pi a irba Ie .. .,
IHa t'DIks1 scores of ships were wrecked on the reef Hoedown-abc I .. ,... .... ..... .... ...
rush that followed.
Why ve&nnot human nature be because of the absence of aids to naviga 11.00-News:News"an..t& Variety)'. Dance 2 hrs.-nb 2 bra.-< cbi. It cut short Sutter's career as ,r 4 '. 1.,,'k'Mal li mmmi *Mti MtM4< .. ...**:

and affable like that of the po- tion. Indeed for 75 after statehood News.and Dance Hour-aboDane benevolent overlord early s 3r ,I ... ...striveh.. ..p', ... .
....-t years k M Downey-mb> :i in ..... 1- off I

lilkal raDdkl.tn around election I time Key Wrest wreckers made hundreds of .11:30: --Horn's Dancinjt a, Continued Krackln--ab mbs -.... California.; It settled Marshall I.. .- mesa/'" .....ear... sae/.... .. .a....

a K.y.tu was heard to xay today. thousands! of dollars in salvage money Dance Ac Ness llr.-mba I m what seems to have been ashy .roes V4
morose personality. Both .. \.. fc.. mffm*. .:. '' .s ':
Rot wouldn't thus become a monotonous from ships that either were wrecked or t lived out their lives. Neitherever .I ..1.I.... ..-, l'--td. .*. fc.."( ..

h condition could arise? ran ashore on the Florida Reef. It was NETWORK PROGRAMSTime I .,
world if Mi< a Is eastern standard. For e... got to mining : ...-4.. .. s.4"" .. 1._. .
THE ORACLE. not until after the turn of the century tral standard subtract one hour for the gold that gave Californiaits L .'O.
mountain standard subtract two ... .". -4 ...: .ar. NAI I 11S
I rich start .J. "'" 'V ...., 4
that sufficient aids to navigation were installed hours. Some local stations change --- VU1 1 t tdsiM.ra 04 la
hour of relay to fit local schedules. Sutler was already famous ... La. t, n.. d
along the reef to make wrecking Laat minute program changes "". HISTORIC SPOT today showing placer gravel dump left by Vii. t.1.;: r lhwlt ,.
sot be included. in California. a solid man. Bornas t.t ..............
SOLDIERS TO PALESTINE of the stream bed for geld. O-.n. .. .. .
unprofitable for Key Westers. Johann Augustus Sutter in repeated workings ,..:. .

We have heard many a time about SUNDAY. JANUARY 25 Baden. Switzerland. in 1803 he a legal vacuum and did what he I i I D.c.. in 1880. still trying to salvage -- -- -

Hy way of London come a hint that showing where pirate gold had come to America as a could to insure his position. He ; som.thing from claims I ., tee. e e
maps, supposedly Afternoon man. He lived in St. : IN. 1111.ate' fi..H
sending young got the Americans to continue usurped by than
the United States U coiultlerinff : -America. United. Forum-nbo squatters more 1NN
buried land in Florida off
was on or Louis and
ran a trading postat I
ib. hl alcalde Sacramento. He 30 before.
Doorway to Life- a. as at years
of :1\11.
Marine to r.ltlne. for the purpose the coast but have not heard of Sam Peltingill Talk-abe Santa Fe.Hearing :: : : Ie'w
we to Coloma and mad
came ;
any Wra. Shlrer Comment-mbs up a i i Marshall's story was tiimfer .... 1111
ffuardin. th. American Consulate at JerBMlem. finding of gold or silver in the use of .:1S-News l."ommeatlU'J'bc' tales of California. treaty with the Coloma Indians except being shy he apparently $iI.I.Np.1. v '. ..kite'a -, : "
la October. Singing Canaries-mbs-basiO. he came here in 1839 when San but when he tried to register it ; .
which wan bombed t is the hard : '" had neither the means nor wil! .... .
maps. Map drawing easy; I:30-Cblcaeo no ndtable-nbc
Francisco still was the villageof with American .
The State Department upon hearing Tell It AKain Drama-cbs: j Jhe new governorat : to fight as Sutter fought He tot K.4.k ? : eke--. .....
thing is to find the gold. i Sammy Kay ....r.nade-aba Yerba Buena. Monterey the governor said he tried gold elsewhere after .
about. the London report denied that the Alan Koma*. Ballads-mba The Mexicans let Sutter establish was sorry but; he had no author- { the mining grabbed hw lam '::= 4'k Pe Nil t kl-btrw.Ta I
: miners .
Robert Merrill Concert-nbo .
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American Government wVe-l permission The political parties would CBS Is There-cbs the first white settlement at ity to recognize it because Cali- at Coloma where they surxfevisj. Rill. b.t..oIC".II.s .. ... .anM.d .. '
cooperatefor I I 'I
Mr. President Drama-abc what is now Sacramento. He built fornia was still a Mexican prov- ., _, I'
Ed into town lots the ground he k
from either the I'alertine Government or the good of the nation in this kind of Flight Into 1'ast-mbs! a small fort there as protection ince held by conquest. ; had bought before finding slid .I --.r..1n...anen IM. r. .
2-30-James Melton Concert-nb S .... i... '
the. IlritUh Government to fend Marines peace if the people of the country exert News Commentary-CDS against the Indians. Possibly be- ,> It was almost two years bee };, But he never made a go of .nit .etIeSed hI_ 1.Nr.-I. .. S.. f

.Ialn4iii. and that while, some The Newseterans".; Sunday \capers Panel-abc nibs cause he bought out the Russians!f fore California gained statehood j mining. His naturally more .11.... -. .._ .... .a 1-. .
U aays ed the same kind of pressure that they at Fort Ross in 1841 the Mexicans I __ i Nlwb .. ._..... ... .. 4 r
have been had "no 4:45-To Ee Announced-cbs- .: and:: in the meantime nature turned bitter through the .. ... ..... .. o
I i.
lafermal dls4ttllalona exuded during the war years. 300-':>>usle Parade. Comment-fcbo* made him alcalde (magistrate) of,j gold-hungry hordes of squatters years, and he returned to CutofM m 4r, .}alt be lN1Me.h.4' "* .e !
reached and have pot been t, Heir York Philharmonic. >il t } Orthern California and 5l .ve, him I' ....mra.,- *; J
tUtHitna : faroat
were : had claims 1856 where he lived ,. .., I
x d .t i...Lassie.-oog Urama-abdof a-iarge- of land. He 'raised I jumped belong. in in a mfrir NNaam I'". ... .... .. -
:!Pubaler Song-mbs-baeiqr grant i I. ing to both Sutter and Mar, until 1870. arr N ... I--- r j
yeaeA.d"no So Marshall Tito of Yugoslavia is f -S.
reported ; } i fcj . ... ...
|:1S-Johnny Thompson-ato ,-' thousands of head "bf Wvestock I shall, had driven them off with ..... .... .... .I. i
plain' Indication U that the Govr as saying that he has< a weapon JO-One Mans Family-nbo' f and built his fort into a prosperous :' guns and piks. had stolen j The state of legislature monthly vo> d M2 Sir /9wri vS.rl.l. .t'.b.. I .;'.: _: .r r .:...N.... 1 1I.
I Week Around Workl-abc a pension $200 in I
.m.Mt U curwidcrain the use of Amer. more destructive than the atomic bomb. 1 community that was the first their and eat- ; ..' I
\ Th. Juvenile Jury- > i. ecruipment even cut it to $100 in 1874, and dropped KAI.. M... .. .
kan troop In Palestine, and the probability I Then it is Tito we must fear and not Joe. 4-00-Quis Kids.Soundur-ab Joe Kelly: -<:nbetVjirnows : to came welcome over the immigrants mountains as from they en much of Sutter's livestock. it entirely in 1878. $ .None....b .. ........ C... eaa

and the state- house 01 }I.t..rymbs4:3011I1sl'ana I Had both men boon different. I .
.M that th. London story We are quaking in our boots. the east. Marshall never married. H. l'i t V 55l54'won'
of Chitaso-nbc ; the story might have ended dif-
trial balloon" to teat public sentiment intrial Eileen hatred Concert-vbs He called it New Helvetia. 1 feremly But Sutter was stubborn moved to Kelscy. a virtually ....:1 Irk II .....

.} no"" to ten public aentiment in Opera Detective Audltlona-.toc Mysteries W There he lived a busy life. heln- i and Marshall as shy. empty gold-rush town a few ----- -
5GO-Tbe Theater nbc ing settlers get started. He I miles east of here. Ther. beset i 1 ,NIN t; w S N. ..sal....
Sunday Sutter fought for his claims
I .
,... United Statea. Janette Davis Song-cbsTreasury : sensed the possibilities of the I' up a small blacksmith shop. 1 -

The hard fact of the present" situation Secretary of State George C. Marshall The Shadow Agent Drama-Jbc-mbs5.1V great valley and realized he I. and judicate a commission such relics set of u!>Mexico's to ad- and died in I 188S in verY mod IV tNN NNtla 1'fe5 .. f'- 1i.Nn r lV.

U be needed to into The Two Phils. Music-cbs: needed people more than any hIm. but the decision ; est circumstances. I .....u.I... .
that aoldier will put advises the United States either to rule upheld 1 I.. .. 1Coot. .fk
8.30-Phil SpllalnT Girls-*.bs thing else. In 1890 Cahforn.an re-bun1 ,... .. J I.NMRa a.N..1 .- ..
.ffHt the ifrcUI .n of the United Nations meet the the Counter Spy .ma-.bc was reversed after somebody appealed .. .
requirements of European To supply human needs he i him here at Column nil M.--. a.A a .5
nn a
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Quick: aj a tl.l.h-p Court. .
to the Supreme .... I'.,.-. r .o. .dTa
General Aawmbljr upon the partition ofPatnttine. problem or to leave the whole thing alone. Evening had to have flour and lumber Sutter tried mlrincr gold. and overlooking the Amei lean i ivt a 'II.'.......... ....../ tar.. ...
mills. So when a Young wheel where he the.fir..,i gold i .l..m. Livery
picked w
Without the uw of considerable He warns that if we are not prepared to (:00-Catholic Rt'lio: Service-nbo was threatened with violence up MirV .
Ri.. Stevens Time-cbsIhew wright named James Wilson A handsome bronz statue depict' 1 a.:: .. ... ..
; He .
be little when he use;! Indian labor. and eab of ear e l.Isim..04
II i military fortes there M' nto assist in the reconstruction of Western Those Pearson\\cbsters.Comment Drama--mba abc Marshall came along. Sutter put never made a succes sat Gold him pointing toward the uM ml _.... ... .......... '.. fie' ..' ...,
chance of eMablUhlng- Jewish state inP..I. him to work.Marshall steerage .." ...
k Europe we "must accept the consequences .Ifr-:News bummary-abc mining. He retired on a $250 site. .* tune ha. .a. -

.... of its collapse into the dictatorship of 1.30-Hollywood Pr.ylew-nbe I was born in Warren ; monthly pension io a small But as late as the mid-l 20 i- .!= H V'.y Na..ei I I- : : ..-
Percy Faith ConcertcbsGreatest .. .. .
County New Jersey in 1810. lie *.... as ... ..' < 4svSM -
The United Nation will have to depend police states." tory Ever Told-abcNk.k homestead in the hills was ; the descendants of John Sutter sj mm ssMal I'..... .... < t. .N.A
California to
had to time
Carter. Detective*" come in burned out in 1864. and in 1973 refused to permit the body of ..... rt, ... .... .__.. '...-
I upon the United States to provide Mr. Marshall makes it clear that 7:00-Jack Benny Comedyb0 i take part in the "Bear Flag Inci ;' the Swiss pioneer to be movedi .., ...... .__., C. .... .' we
The Gene Autry h>ho -cb* dent" in 1846 when handful of moved to Litit1 Pa. thoroughly ..ff.-. M .... .. _' n ..4
some of the military strength required Russia and the Communist parties of Eu- Chlkl World l"orum-aLe embittered with California.; i back to California for a simile ,'...M 5.. .n Fl.eer ..ia
Sherlock: Uolmeambs73OPhil I Americans took over temporanl\ .
and the net result will be that the United rope will "oppose and sabotage" our program and Mice-nbc { f I the town of Sonoma with the enVVJUlu&t I dropped dead in Washington. honor. "' _.rbt..f ..t.1. .'.rr... p..cabs bab a.e..0 r.f'tee b.da

niondir-Daewofxl Comedy-cbs ,, .. ... .. ... ... +
- 5 SM' Se
the of "P .. + fo ; .4 --- d --
Natlttiu. set up to establish peace at every opportunity but he also de- Exploring: the C..nu.abcGabriell1eatter llI llt VA II1V ''''9'0 lllxcl ... I..ad 1 ...
I. t>how-mbtS lean general. John C Fremont. STILL MORE NEEDED! By COLLIER ..: : ... ..;::
the world rill touch off a conflict by attempting clares that the United States
can undertake :00-Kdirar IterEen. l..rlieDt.Q The Mexican War was on bu .....r. ,. h'a' .-., MN
its decision the Sam >pni1edtnturM-chs ....... I.. ... .... I.._. ..
> to impone upon I the program with success if it acts I>etroit Symphony Hour-aba California was mostly quiet. .. ... W Meng- ..... a .
Ar.... I in time. The Mediation Uvard-no1Joa There were only about 700 Amer- I.. n. d.alaar ., ....fi'AT'af
*':SO-Fred Allen Comedy-nbc time. .. .....
icans here at the Sutter
The fact Tb. Man Called X-cbs "..." t Pura
that the
Russians who expect Movks, Commentary-nibs. thinking ahead changed his name'to 04...._...... .f ... It..
BRITON FLAYS RUSSIA to advance the cause of Communism '':45--News Broadcast-mbs John August Sutter. Your his I .:.V .. I'P.. ... _
':55-Hve Minutes NewsabaooMerryGoituundnLe i It I .
through chaos bitterly fight the Marshall {. tory-conscious Californian still I I. .

The foreign policy of the Soviet Government Plan is one of the best evidences thatit Meet Walter Corliss\\iuthell Anher.Time skit-aba-cbs pronounces He was doing his name all right"Soo-tab at the

together with its 'reckless prop is what the United States should do. >.15 Meet-Hollywood Me at Parkmbs Comment-abc. beginning of 1848. His valley was I

I aganda.** risks another war and impedes Obviously the Western nations of Europe IZO-"Irom of Familiar Music, -nboVk getting more people. He was paving II. '
: Young :Music-cLs off the Russians for Fort R >;;''=
world economic recovery according to together with the others Theater Guild Hour abr.
included in the He had built flour mills! at Sacra- II IIt
1 Deputy Prime SInister llerbert[ Morrison program suffered severe damage duringthe : Backus It or Comedys.ba1100Take Leave It-nbc mento, and up here at Coloma. t I.I .

Christopher Wells. Drama-cbs 50 miles into the Sierra foothills
of, Great Oritaln.I war. Its grand design to rehabilitatetheir Voices vl itnnRS; -mbt the I
Jim Marshall was putting
10 JO-Horace Heidt rbc I
The RritUh Labor Government official Show.-
I; economic processes will inevitably sawmill. a
Strike It Rich Quiz-cbs : last touches to a i -

I 4 nays that he cannot understand the strengthen their governments and make Commentary on S..r"nade-Dlb MOVMW-abcLatinAmerican Trouble was. Marshall had = S Over 25. M I.irs; ,

motive* of Russia. nnle* it be the old and count for more in the council of nations.It 10-45: -W. Care. Drama-abc : built the tailrace of the mill too !
11.00-News & Variety I lira.-nl>e small. So he ooened the sluice
evil doctrine that the more mUery there might as well be realized in the News Varleh. Dance hrs.-
I Is in the world the better it is for revolutionary I United States that nations which enjoy the News News and Dance Dance Band i>aml 2 hrs-abc_-mbs water rush through and enlargethe EyesIW

CommunUt the doctrine 12:00-Dancinc Continued-:ibc-wekt; channel. The next morning.
success", freedoms of civilization are not organizedto Jan. 24. 1848. he went to see; PRODUCE"I ; 1're aeeib1.11 he ti/.

of triumph through chaos. fight the concentrated power of total- it Some yellow nuq- I i I
Your how was. 1W
Horoscope \.....
Mr. Morrison points out that one is itarian or Communist states. We should I gets lying in the water attracted _

seeking to upset the Internal' security realize that democracies with their rec- SATURDAY JANUARY 24 his attention. MORE -
1948-A sensitive and somewhat He could not be sure it wav
\ RUM but that just the same the Bri- ognition of individual rights are not or- weak disposition is here indicated -I, gold but gathered a few ounce: i1e- t r..,

tUh cannot I be happy when country after ganied for efficiency and that if the but the mind is good, and '!and four day later burst in on. Atyp .

country 1 U subjected to undemocratic weakened democracies of Europe receive there ,is but little danger of failure :| Sutter at the foi t 1 ; MoR Ray 1M S altutla.
I or a misspent lif::!. This na- I The methodical Swiss tested ;ii t ..1i
and unrepresentative Communist: govern- help it muct come largely from the Unit- ture is seldom understood and everY wav he could think of HP i -

menu with the suppression of pther political ed States.A hence you may not be generally {weighed it, pounded it. found j i, 1 RoDUCrION ... .::;; ........ ...

parties and the freedom of the press. popular though possessing good heavy and malleable. He rl.ppe 1c'' aea Am.Ita,,, eNw C.
friends and often attaining suc- it in vinegar and in nitric ar-d
& Is accompanied with, "wholesale Mistress
This Visa IMlaeai
man who is always in a stew gen- from his little nbarmacv IlfI

witch-hunting and even the very unjudici erally goes to pot. cess.SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 1948A It was er ld. He began worry- lQ- u ; I Dr. J. A. l.

al execution of non-Communist political strong will and a commanding I ino-for life. .

leader** disposition is indicated although -I He feared his workmen ()arr.fin ........
Talk all ,
you please about the import- the moral nature is not;, would leave his busy mill and I I DIa
ance of state rights but unless the com- equally strong. Therefore do not fields. Thev di*. in soil" of -louI +vr, ISvelnh
We have no idea that the public monwealths have money for modern needs dally with the pleasant things of I I bled waaes. Two we-ks later -- --- by A i..llaw .aADDR.s.4

school system of Monroe County is perfect they will life but enjoy them only in the I California: became .* American I ..............e.eeeeeee..e........e.ee.e......... tNM51...1
never keep the federal
govern- leisure moments. There will II ; Mexic law under : .45
Torritorv. j tMt/Mr MP
but we "believe that it is doing a wonderful ment from encroachment upon their do probably be success in business. which Sutter held his various 1 I!i ij Subscribe To The Citizen--23c Weekly' ..... Reaiie.' ...

work. main. depending upon the amount of j titles was aone. 4 4Sutler I.."..

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a r nUN W. LOTEXXMO j jWrtttea !i _
Fe The CltlMa iI

Ike ONt w's ..... article on the old Spanish swindle I

taunt'. to Mlad a nears retort flu wilier y..cs'lD his Sunday

atiM. wrifeM day oa the kUnbco topic about t

.... lot* MM D. .... sct.ary el the Staten ? avy: I
Long warn a pereMiftl fhead ol Franklin Crocker a blindNuvrwlia
woe bats spent felt We and died in the beautiful Mauattwaett *-

store cvnmwttt/ Hyannis in the town of Bcxnt -

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*;day a hunt ram to Cn *. I

et f,.* ) a *..**... M tUrcetua.
.I.. ..... ss.rOOr.wd dwzbwr From IrelandD .1.1E'
.......,... rosy tray ia ...... If
!... trtM* and wrira.es eVktU Wrteineied ,4

(men fcMUi* a*.** -- _
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............ rcrstal sad .... ." .
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s put top the SMewy fcr th* .. .
/a.ti0 sassier f.. IW ...*.M.*lee '
f tt.a ee aiUia..il fine tMuat { FORMER COV. SAM H. JONES. one cf four calculates for governor in Louisiana's Democratic

primary Jan. 20. and his wife look over election returns in their ha lei room ia New Orleans. I
UtaJQaVto. ..... .. p rtWiitat ;,, fUghb Earl K. Long another candidate announces returnin a stete-wide radio broadcast from
Uw artwaw. IUUrnW u.aah' New.Orleans. Jenes and Long were counting on settling the issue in 9 run-off primary Feb. 24.

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c........ awl tJw ll.retary .. the
Navy *M ........4 ta a tuwl (Know America)
hits .,...,. by Crwrkcf's 1640--Wueen Christina of Sweden -
tyss..4epr t'1 grants a charter to the Dutch

lam ........ the fae a*! .*..< settlers of New Sweden on the
.S.1 c..tier w,... the .",e- OJ Delaware River to be held under
.4 I.. Ifaafcuai .Jiairaal.Alton Fr,4 the Crown of,Sweden
Wa tb.t. then nearly a*' : 1848-(100 years ago) Historic

t.. .f the J.MMIIn ant t....t .... rl discovery of gold at Sutt r'1 Fort
ass sag ....... e4 the W...by ..... California, by Marshall Suttei's
Ti's'.. sent the $.. y.... lt 's partner in ths building of a new
ease ...... h tlw ...... talik..k null; like Sutler, the discovery '
I lbe tram ..at1WaC ,..,.. r rf ...eA....".. treat ulan... IraUM. turned out to be- a misfortun; to i- ::&rIt
Ilr.aairflticy. sayS IM tr.t thing she hunt him.
Ia et the Iscuth ..... aM ..! alt the .l.la In New 1853 The Cleveland. Norfolk

II....--.... la .... d lmBerl -* Vara was ewe anuui Kliing anatkvi & Toledo Railroad openscorn'pletins
.dln.e SdJsw Mat aM had la Uk her tact 11 the line between Chicagoand

nSLg ........ Crites aip1 vs' .. her meat 4 ..l '..... at kam.v DlrtfraFU salaiaa. 1908-The first Boy Scout ?
row thetswW w IA wee "' IS.pr aAe'
aM sits are aa aearca.a troop organized in'England bySir {
.k.'i h br ae ..dine drtaltd .
... ... .. I aava every dr.p at hi" ., and Baden Powell.
1 .. ... .. .
ass them 'f' ana see. I -ill. 1916 The tax foundconstitutional
I income
A. esker .., the lace' "1'41,4
..' to ....v wan .... t1.r.wem by the U.S. Supreme -
I St..II' 7 MeetMOlldly Court.
'M kite, Irons $..,vher. ot i '
...wv .., t Meer M J.M Rw.tt. 1920-The U3. Secretary o. I S.
[ sad Lien's ......sLit. Night Labor rubs the Communists a r .
: and alien
.....'..lh -r... revolutionary party
flwt' c...tee ....t -,. a ... The members of the Monroe members of the party subject to

k. aMY ....... ,... ernms. DMtrtrt South Florida Council deportation.
1935-Bruno R. Hauptmann
a .............w M 'N J.wws1 flujr SruiU of Anvrx will hnM stands trial at Felington. N. J.
fur 14sTlasl ... first nMriinc of thta year in
1942 President Roosevelt'sspecial
net a w..r ..... v. t i p !it. ftul-a Pariah Hall at 8 Pearl
,..... Lsa nHbe55t NY suti.ure Muwl.y.Lisa. p.m.1 Htrbor. reports on

.. ... wuhe arh s atII.tui .. fur scouting activities 1943-Roosevelt and Churchil .x
.. the is' $ .d. and arp'intmenu of nw mem-
,.... fit the In....h ll-a5 Y brie 4>f thia committee will be sat "unconditional conclude the Casablanca I!
as they
the .atw ....... Itwlaw eul made al hw meetinf. Conference. Z x
Wilier snail ..'t"w4 the *- | .,.. IX Ilolcomb. president of 194.4-American forces Tn Italy s ;
-I. N st..r W.sM' -... .....I.YI. | the South Floiida Council and powerful ;
take ,a pounding by
... I twtsfw H M' -.. W. CWI .Wateea munch rampllna -
...... C'h.i....... .m.. in* Key l Nazi 1946 army The UN unanimouslyagrees _
iv. Liss I t.. ..-r th.Itu.siIav West for this mctinr They will -to establish an atom con-
..... wt...... t rr,ww I meet members cf the Monroe trol commission.
$ tarw.ter by""d let atrwl ITrv Camping Committee Monday 1947-Rent curbs eased to aid
I. ... Summerland to |1 -- -
..d at Key as- "
landlords "hardship" cases. .
lRs Ito late ..... 1....... .Lira. .lain setting up locations for ,I in i < \P \\ lrtphutotHERE
Hoe esieiad .wiMM kiteq .....I. building* which are a1.I I ARE THE FOUR CANDIDATES who opposed neb other
"..wed" ...... with .M4. ready MI the site and then will dessert A salad that be can made serve from as a a i for the nomination for the governorship in Louisiana's Democratic

etetoh ..1 c...bt .-.i .... v.P'is meet with the District Committ combination may of pineapple, grapes primary January 20.. Top. left to right: Former GOT. Sam
+.... ..es.v..t' t- hell s Me' In Monday night. ]I I and 'dates. It should be served I H. Jcnes of Lake Charles and ex-Gov. Earl K. Long of Winn-
she ..., is....... Jn+..i.AN All institutions which sponsor such crisp as : field. brother of the late Huay P. Long. Bottom. left to right:
on a tangy green
.... .1. wn1. w1 II' "'OIotf'pa..h scouting must have at least tine watercress and dressed with I Judge Robert F. Ktnuon of Minden. jurist of the state Court of
.,...Md.IfttI4 *at ..'kt. rrprmcnUtite of their commute* Appeals. and U.S. Rep. James H. Morrison of Hammond.
._ .... the tali N IM _. ..r. present at this meeting it was mayonnaise.- ,
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CMv e. r.4....t tn |*>..|. a r Tuesday evening all scout .
httP ArInie. ......*.. II.. t.b. leaders will hold a round tableto
..... us.4 thaae.d Its ars.ty .in p plan Scout Week e\ents Time
and pUce of the meeting will be
lint N wan ta.a Is 5.vNea Spin.Is .
$512ISSIN announced Monday {I ITnn.

Letten A........
Fill ran as ayeSSL' ..( 1.tens .\\ S BIRTHDAYSKnow I YOUR CARRIER BOY !

....__ ___ny w.r en.M the ( America)
v....... harts ires MtYkrn. ThMi .
I rt lr..*n Rft&a HrtnrtW but U.S. Senator Irving M. Ivcs of His Future in the
New Yotk. born at Bainbridge. .
nnrvr have ........ We h.', .
heard 51 ..... bee.p ,eerrive4 re. IN. Y. 52 )ears ago.Ltewt. I
S. Vandtnbrgh.
>t -
I r*.llr Th lm.rt.. hin>d Uufh deputy commander of Business World!! ; ,
mud lt.V* la,.. ;
|*r >r e reinrarIUHM 'Aimy Air Forces horn in MilJvaukee. -:1 ;

tot m. iy ttmrt since 49 years agn. I .... t : f.
mi 1. Dr. Homer L. Shantz. noted .
Ant..*riM ....* Uttm fur the, bolanbt. onetime president of I
racket IHM? !WM... It.. J Uuftbl .> i the University of Arizona. bornIn

ti>nn>... and driMlly ItKleMlrv Kent Co. Mich 72 yean ago. The who delivers _...
neutooy -- ...
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the Mim hr..* .. A man i Gtflurd R. Beat of New York. .1
....* kid the WMWT e lesser h* eminent artist born in New York
Lr.I ..... "wewld get .ympat y I W years ago. your paper may be starting--*,.
f IWMI an ....* I Chart O. Williams of Washing-
A* fTW ArtwUali ,"lr1MDt. ton. D. C. educator born Arlington. Jilt first million every time
slew. the lUv A lima Lowlier ol
T am.. 63 year ago. .
fUn rruirtor. guI s Inky and, Harold II. SwifU vice chairman you drop some coins in his
.In. Mrs.. h* pad t||.Qoe .. of Swift & Co. Chicago born
s.ow watt." Ftw.li.5' himself there. U years ago j jI i he's
Land. And even if a
....)" II ...,.. "hn taa>k Vicki Uaum of Los Angeles
tae basket to U* Ambaudtiw
authur-playwright burn in Aus
"........... Dai.ta..h. dud wt: tria. S2 years ago. ;, never a millionaire, he will .
weak, AHMMMI ...* Mntni KMIM George Diddle of New York.|I, '
Nt..l fraud ........ but oar day I.atttel-aculptor, born in Philadelphia be a better business man--r

............... t.. .tt.m.n <3 years ago. i i
.1........d M tt.s |h* border 1 Jeremiah Milbank New York a more valuable member of
at lat- *.w1 r nMt&h i. C'UIfto ; uat I .t.pb&"anthrupi5" born
peer .. Mrstcaa MMVTW I, u.II years ago. j jI I his community when he'sgrotrn
.*. CnimUa Vaaqurf
I I for the experience mss: .--
sal JIM .nnL (u I .h )Vaari <. Subscribe to The Citizen. I II
awd trove .Lohede I
xl.MThree etBns Mmrd inUr i i iI. he's gaining now.I .

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teas well f.iI s..ae alftrlftC t t".rs I.1' DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY.
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w. TM..W....... .* t. tht. Third DistrictCLARENCE Ii to This simple tribute is published
._.. '"* then. Yet deepi le! HIGGS in honor of the newsboy who

........ u-... .. .... ac *. vala Key West Gtizen25c brings you this paper-and in
seatiw5. ia cvajtNri kli ed ..., IS.,..,.... M, qSaushI ie I I Fifth District A Week by Carrier America
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I n White bra Shroud 11I I'CLASSIFIEDInformation for the MftI1ben DJ

as TM FOB Kjcemuam
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GNU .. s sartaAdv.rti..m.ata
24 | As if nothing had happened. Excitement gripped Brant. rec.lU ....u-re .rm
evidence adr this 1sd .....
of the lumberjacks_ a'tall Worth repeated his earlier ques- Here was convincing died the will t>. lo>.rt. ONE that Crane had not in
tion while his fingers plucked at tILe ret of to m. word for eacll ID- .
and thickset man with black a tuft of thread where a button pulp machinery He had occupiedthe ertloB. but th. minimum chare fr rcasJcat. .
hair and whiskers growled, had been ripped from his cpat."Whare's packing box as recently as I'en. first U words.or 1.M Ia U ::*. N T.Is into TbS CItlsas p :=. .- ...
Crane last night otherwise the news- Tb* rat for fctoh tlf chugs w .' I* .... ...IS. .. .
"What's the idea'Where's ? word, and the
The woman unbent so far as to paper would not be there. If anyone : the tint U wards !. .60. .( n._llr Oa.
Crane MaggieY"Worth utter two words in a deep sullen entertained the slightest
demanded, ignoring the voice: doubt that Crane and not some All ao .rtl.ln* U ac*.pta usd.r ths ,........ I
heckler. "We know he was here "Don't know other person had used,the secret ....t of .rror in 4..rtUi.<. tfa....at K ..wtr.et. TIlle Ii I
there would almost certainly r-.pon.ibl only for tn. first tertfcm : ... ..
and we want bun. I The sheriff glanced at the chamber DU Ur A:.ertUl.a- for only tb* actual ssw.ent .t . .
She said nothing but her glare carpet of burlap sacking on which be fingerprints to confoundhim. part vI the .....ruae-.nt .b_. tb..rr.r eerar.
was poisonous. She was wrinkled the table had stood. A portion of . . .11I. . .- .- .- .- .- URB- -
and withered, although her age it sagged below the level of the He hurried back and reportedhis FOR 1ALK
floor if boards beneath had
was probably not more than 45years. as find to Worth. .

Her greasy hair .streaked given"Them way.hoodlums like to of "Reckon he waited till he was Weaver's Stock Island wants a' Electric heater, ....... .....
with """white hung in= uneven sure the storm was over, then hit
strings about a broad lace the wrecked the joint," Worth ob- for the woods Worth said. waitress. Phone 9232. i I house paint wrblr sss.i
color of saddle leather: and the served blandly. "You ought to It Saunders who suggestedthat jan21-4t enamel $I." ..... ... .......
cater to a better class, Maggie* was .. $44 oe.... .
natural stolidity of her featureswas if there were one such hiding I ty & c.. .eMr1 tit
overlaid with the"strained. He bent down and whipped back U[ 35 neat Packer.Fredrick. Ph... 1M.
place about the house there mightbe you're over own a car,
the burlap, revealing a square
haggard look of the habitual opening where a trapdoor had another. His idea was that and ambitious and caiy work 6
drunkard. caved in. "Maybe we could find they should search the snow in to 8 hours per day and will fol-
."She's shy," Saunders said Crane down there, huh** the front and back. At least he low our methods well show ...... ..... .....
dryly. The deputy was watchIngthe "Don't know" Maggie said said, they would discover some you how to earn from $1.50 to i casks hr. .......[.1
big lumberjack who had stubbornly. hidden liquor. Since the gallon $3 hour. Year-round. Write : Toledo...... ......
poken. "You better be the same jug in the house was broken and per I ""--
or apply Walkins Products, After S fun. ...-.-.
its foul-smelling contents
Mickey O'Reilly.- -
way. floor
already on ,
BEING 3431 N.W. 27 Ave. MiamL
they could do worse than .
That individual shoved back
rolled to the opening t Bidet. Aiwwast..... -
obtain evidence and arrest jan23-6t
his chair and got to his feat I Its ''Give me your flashlight, Ed. He more
bloodshot eyes were angry and thrust his bead and shoulders be- Maggie on a whisky-selling fixture" AW --nut.
his fists balled. neath the floor and swept the charge, giving her the choice of HELP WANTED-HALE |iI stones, appri.sw..ees II .
Brant was nearest the man and light about the three-foot space standing trial or telling what had _.__-. i CaN 11M-M. .....
become of Crane. '
he said, "Don't be a ooL" between them and the bare earth. : Man experienced in laying linoleum -
"Me?" The lumberjack put There were no foundation And it was Saunders who Top wages. 830 Division : Warren New Ywfcw ...lr ..
forth an arm to brush Brant walls, but the deep snow walledin chose the front yard as his tern- Phone 9232. J!n24-2t IriS""...... CM "-. aw M1 ..
aside. "You think I'm a fool*" the shallow space completely. tdry and had not sunk his mop Ray's. eef ifeevl .......
All the self-hatred and help- except that at the rear there was handle in the snow 20 times be- .....-
less rage that had been smoking an oblong opening. fore he shouted that he had madea POSITION WANTED I
within Brant burst into flame. He "A tunnet" Brant said, liftinghis find. When Brant and' Worth
reached him he was standing in school 19U Chryri+r New Yb.h. .....
stepped inside the sweeping arm head. "I'm going to have a Baby sitting. Two high .
and drove his fist with all his look." the street digging with his hands girls. Good references. Phone I lent tolsds4issw, .til ............

might to the bristly point of the "You want to take a gun along, into the banked snow. 841-J. jan243txFOR I i 1211 Fiends
other's chin.Mickey Andy?" "Here's a hand" he said thickly : ---
lurched back "No.Ill' lowered himself and arm-and .
Reilly an Oh RENT I
ward against the table. There wasa awkwardly and crouched on my God!" 1940 Fred sL n 'd .....*.
thud and a jangle of breaking hands and knees beneath the Ran Crane had not been i..wle. ttaaaMe pritw.4hg
glass and a volley of profanity beams that supported the floor. shredded by spinning knives, but Newly furnished upstairs two- Margaret W. W 8Bfc
as O'Reilly's four friends leaped The tunnel was about two he had met death in a manner bedroom flat, electric refrigerator .
up. Someone hit Brant behind the yards long. The flashlight showed I electric stove hot water!
less horrible
scarcely The three
ear and he dropped to his hands clean pine boards at the far end. men identified the frozen body by kitchen utensils linens. Seasonal f 12. prMMire....... .......
and knees. The boards were those of a packing its proportions and by the clothing rent in advance. Apply +: cond)set A .. ...
Everything was blurred for case four feet square and in which it was dressed. The 1508 Seminary Street I I I Lane. ........
seconds after that. The whine of seven feet long. with one end face was opt available at the jan22-6tx I
the radio singer's voice became knocked out. Kneeling in the moment, being masked by an un- i 193-4 Fwd hider sssd..fr esw llhi
audible again concerned this time cramped space, he saw that whileit even formation of ice which ex- ROOMS FOR RENT I I Feed biter. 1M ...... .
with a South American subject may have been intended as a tended over the top of the head. IILJ.....
Brant raided his head and saw cache for illicit liquor during the I:
that the lumberjacks had de season of deep snows, it had The ice was darkly red at the Workers attention: Reasonable
bass: and brownish yellow on the Solar water beaters. 1.-.. ...*.
parted.Maggie. served more recently as a makeshift rooms for rentMen I;
Tucker had: not stirred shelter for a human being. outer surface "whore Crane's Phone 9174. jan1 a6tx In* tutus ......
blood had been thinned
during the !rac s. She was still in Blankets candle stubs cigarette by the : insulated Unk. c..EP1
that shrouded him.
her rocker 'her eyes spewing butt and a coov of yesterday", now Furnished room for rent. 626, small mentMjr ..,
hate. Reporter were there to prove it.f (To be continued) dowry GMM4l ties'i
__ _ ___ ___ __ ______ u_ ___ ____ ______ -. Grinnell St. $6.25 single $7.50 i money daiys
double. jan22-3tx,i der now for tnunedniia .

WANTED TO RENT '' Phone 4,, Kejr WM fila.I .
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Apartment Couple with infant
enlisted navy man permanent I Lumber fram Key Wwrti ........

duty. Phone 790, Ext 361 1.- Margr.est .....
jan23-3tx I .....<1tR

Desperately needed: Furnished 1 11946 l1II'nN"Y. ..wstl ...... ..ti111.I .
apartment or house. Naval of- I side walls assd .n L.rrle...

ficer, wife and baby Write I ptwne sw .
Box GW\L, c/o Citizen
jan24-ltx Ptck-up ts++.k. |M4 nurwr __
I titian, $ll..4i.

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Plumbing supplies complete
stock. Plastic tile paints and Mans btcyciv. A-I awiMsa,
brushes. Murrav's Plumbing, Man's .kaAe 6r .....
1532 NW 62nd Street. Miami.t I BaJuma. Afi. I. ......

-r Fla. Phone 7-3421. janl-lf I

I rOftUK -
4 t Man's 26" bicycle overhauledand C
+ painted. Store. Mastic' -- -
Park United. jan22-3tx Pre.sole pasty will tsrsst. .;

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1940 Ford station wagon excel pertjr Mr*. IM.I ....
-pdt'- lent condition. Priced reasonably 1 .fMt PIItno. ........

I Monroe Motors Inc.
J-s. -. ... ;;:'\1' ; i

Si' "I d..r 1947 24-ft Alma trailer, nfritrJ J for My kiM 4 .teMwtl.r M telly
orator hot heater. We**, be M hawse .......
GOV. FIELDING L. WRIGHT (left) views the parade that preceded his inauguration at Jack water doltie: s'
and awning A complete homo contact: Pw ....... .....
Tuesday 50th chief exscutivs. With him the stand Lt. GOT.
son as Mississippi's on reviewing are
on wheels. A. C. Paranva.. ing Street FfceW It*.
Sam Lumpkin (right) and Brig. Gen. William P. Wilson (in uniform). In his inauguration address '
Mastic Trailer Park United St1jan223tx ,..,. -
Gov. Wright called on southern Democrats to secede hem the national Democratic party : i .

unless party leaders cease sponsoring "anti'southern legislation" such as the Fair Employment M1SCB.1.AJHi8HWIIIIbon.

Practice commission, anti-lynching legislation anti-poll tax bills, and anti-segregation proposals. .36' Elco cruiser, ----- -- -- .. ------- -- ----- --. aboard boat tttt4
fishing or living at sse.sst. trs.-U
Standard Oil Dock Named ,... ArieirwilPi.Mic ....
Men-Beth. Contact 11.)1. .
owner at; .. .
r From Holland WEDS 11. HOLt.OMB boat. jan20-22-24-3tx

s.rvta s r asiMsr ttiFar .
Miss Amelia Caridad Boza,
1941 Lincoln convertible K.. d dspw.d.illL,
: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arturo condition. 1024 Packer Street,' ite. A.. O. .=-s

Boss became the bride of Phone 1146-J Jan232u'' Pte u lstsr.As.s.rtts.'s ...

: Marvin Raymond Holcomb at a --
pretty church wedding solemn 1932 Plymouth four cylinder: 6..t ........ ultqtt ...
a -;- ized Wednesday night in St. coupe. New tires. $12500): ) 'w 1941Useta.rl It N ...

Mary's Star of the Sea Catholis Tony's Auto Shop 663-Qi I 2T !t. Issw ..baII.a ...... ....
Church. Greene St. .n2v..tt 7 Ail isasftr ....

The Rev. J. H. Johnson S. J. I er s.a.. 71gT r k. liwssid ....

uJrsue performed the ceremony. Cafeteria } Members of the bridal party steam tables racks niake-up, ltlss.e t.MUP Welt .

j,3 ;: and invited friends were guestsof tables, complete. Also 24 Urge Mwtbr.gtr esr i ....... ''EIIMwaMe
; the bride's parents at a reception white globes and a square t'Mhoganv -! a JGfyF9iFtt w.

I at Del Monico's restaurant table, with four rtwtr! ......
See Sister Louis, r'onvte.Ist
rc immediately after the - -
had been Phone 367 'n.1. .
I marriage vows pronounced !
a t --
1 : The bridegroom is a motor 1947 Chrysler convertible prae Skaff slit .. .... Kao1rMiII I
: machinist mate in the United tically new Saturday and ..... ..
Navy. Sunday only. Can be seen atl! end pi .. ._ ad .4

I I 1303 Simonton Street Apt 2.j.sn232tx. tl j vaae..... $._..-'I TittlelE'stk
Subscribe to The Citizen. .. grtli.1Ms
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Inboard and outboard skiffs.

; Wisconsin inboard engines.
Priced from $200 up. R. L. / Our price elM ..........

1x ilI"In : Renker. Call Marathon 26 with our yate w. .t M
janl6-8tx a1l ryp01. pilriiwl. le.ti

POULTRY licabonj.farnu a..uw'. ....

JYHefieM. ....,.
Baby Chicks bloodtested Reds r= Using othtt
Rocks. Leghorns unsexed $6.93 I

per 100. Jumbo Broiler Chicks f
$2.95 par 100. Ship C.O.D.

London Poultry, Box 1844. The Artman Press-
i I Trenton.. J. jan24-It -
Greene and Ann Struts
Holland, our butter ration is 5 ounces every two weeks says Mra. J ks. -
'S. Co Bruening, who is greeted by her sen Hans zs she arrives ii i 100 big. healthy broiler chicks, Phone 51 t
for the first time. "Fats are pitifully short in Europe and fats $295 COD Our special sP-
llimeric make other slim rations palata::le. \10 arc SOr:1d1 tQ Amer I i lection $3.95. H. & H Pedi-
who save used cooking fat and make. treater shipments l Breed Chicks, Bel mar New
fats gOHIIIc.; she ezalasned.a Jersey. Jan24-Itx


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or THE JAN.crmcjf 2.. m or I. 711 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 .:If It t TQ Electrical WE REPAIR m *. .:. i iU c..ll

I Plenty of Action Toys for the Children i p: W E SELL I T"I j : .. POOR OLD l

The wna.nUJeidle In the'' Electrical : : We Will Call For and DeliTer : WHITE STARCLEANERS :
On'_... Ilichaajr ta virtually j| .: Appliances Repaired ,: 7 39 Yaan Expvrianca Elactrkal Work Service Station : :

completed said, the today Ji| &H ray Tae Com ''I'BUatfcia ............ ............,.....................&:I : :?:JLCQL1.211 :. ,. : J. H. BRADY. Manager PHOKT: I1M : "
ugly Street
c Dural Francis and DirUlon Street .
work remaining to ? ... ,9 .... e e e e ........ Marco Mesa Jr. Prop. .
the rvbtinc" the g\i.rdrSibsadr rs ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 S 701 DUVAL STREET: : : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto AeeeMoricour : iii..:

aMRe fuufcia g rvArtvtel t I HOME jimRy.Sroi .............................................S :. m SIMONTON STREET! : -/ PURE OIL and GASOLINE Deafer"CAROLYN :
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-_ I a IM7 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. e............................................ DRY .............. .............................
J. ,.,..rtrox., h1WftC'ftta. t S "Your Patronage Invited" : : 211 SIMONTON STREET p. o. BOX 412 CLEANING : : BEAUTY
tive la rancma' from thM dw> 1 1liirt. S PRESSING :
today Intfadiired a bill to I' .S Ice Cream .Proprietary Medicine NEIL SAUNDERS and DYEING : : SIIUPP1: :
extend the tMundatm of the'' : : : overseas Hotel f 13 Flemla0 SI.\!\ }
National Monument at Dry Tor.I I SickRoom Supplies School Supplies 21-11 our. Srrrir .: : 'rl"? DONALD BARBER : t tv
tuga. arrardin tit an A.*mHat. Toilet Preparations ami Articles : .
ed. Pier d...pal..h pu 4tanrd 'ta S eee.eeeeeeeeeae e e.s.e............................ DELIVERY SERVICE : : We Specialize to s '
The tan CltUrn wauld. today Mood The several emtra- S **.............e...................,,......-..... S Sales-LICENSED-Rental* : : PHONE 2U2 ;. : Scalp Treatment Hair 1).1113..:: J

t.tlwt ..laadLut I 5 | MUMFORD\ \ and ROSS S :e.e...Outdoor.......Advertising.........On...the...Florida......Kay.......... ...................... .i...hone......175............I""tIR..III'IT.:.........wateS............. ... .1

1 anA "net...hWn.Mr*. Adam .Rhrf rrd I I I 220 DUVAL STREET.- .5..5555................ ....................... ....................... ..................;.......e..................,
Mary wha. had Lrr-n vtartmc and re.Latin. to I Exclusive Monroe County Ditributor'lor : : PRITCHARD .: : RUSSELL'S ; : STALL'S BEAUTY NOOK !
.In Key W..... left I S t
yep N Carrier Scientific Culture.in
today f I. feat .horn la |*$k... I : Air-Conditioning i : FUNERAL LOPEZ i AH Beauty Branches ''I
aalvtll. N. J. ; : F.
fc S fur Domestic and Commercial Use : S : : : Thoroughly! Experienced ": ...I
ThWty.liv .. .W : S S Operator .
pupA e4 the Ilsetar I Ia. J a ------ PHONES -- -9150 HOME 1106 OLIVIA STREET : Funeral Service r
and 1bv4...... Mirrt .......If l 1 e.e.ee.e.ee................... ..................: .. Sort water Usd Exclnalealy ;
kid aa awttac y*.t.rd. ..v at,". I L ............e. PHONE 373 S I Established: 1835 : t.1.:
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'i at thr. ("aunt I lUr. CacHM.Oardrn eeeeeeeeeeee : Let Those Serre : : : Phone 637 536 Fleming SU .L. :
_._. :1 1W Who Serve Best : : Licensed Funeral ........... .... ... _........ .... I
Club ad Tree Uuild'I I Si HOT POINT -; I: :55 SpecializingWomen's : Dir(' ton) and : ...e....................................!......
will .KnH. a ....ttai. lm... in WE HAVE NEVER ill S : I'o""r Customers> Friends and the Iubl Invited :
'M awbbr& 'ihmry' *. .r...M*. |.< ,J :. ELECTRIC RANGES and APPLIANCES : .: BETRAYED A TRUST- : "' mbaluu'rs: .: 1

the..anneal. IMtrr and f*.lttu. I Jj R.paln.a Sewing Machines All Electrical Appliance. : : WE NEVER. WILL : : and : : 21IIonrAmbulance : Frances Beauty Salon
i b a CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : S : Frances Park. Owner

.. Mr*. IH( Wt::J* who had fc Home Ambulance ServiceTelephone : : Children'sApparel :. : : 1010 GRINNEU. STREET
Wra ..UilM. .c hrr. ..a..'l<1. Mr. I : Appliance pfSfSSSw : 518 : S Beauty Culture in all its Phu*.. :
..... : ServiceS
and w'w n"d.rIs..f .......... M.
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Wtlttam atm-t. tci..... fe.lct 1 aeaaaaeae.eeeaeeaaaeaaeeeeaeaeeaeeeaee. : : S Permanents Scalp Treatments
stay t. /Hrr .t...*...> In Miami :................................... S Never Sleeps ., : 135 Night 636 C Facials Shampoo Manicuring :.
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I.Mr.. t..ilw. -IWfUMt-- and. Mb. I Itirare ,''j: II U U SEIIOLll.: ............................................ ...................... :5..e.5.5ee.ee55..55.5.555.For Appointment..Phone.....12'.....a*.**1
R. RUSSELL ................... ..
LUtl. alter vfcrt e* !Icday i !*. ............. .... .. SS
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GOODS ...................
here with rUtlv. Irft |t, !: 101 WILLIAM STREET PHONE 831Ra : JL A. MYERS i Marion'sBEAUTY'/ CASA CAYO Z :
.... assorts for Miami.. : IIUESO :
Today The Cltwra .aya ia aaA LUNCHEON SETS : Licensed :. .
sddarial. lwae..pA.U ,,SJ BATH SETS BLANKETS DRESSES ETC. "Southernmost House in U.sA.- :
t4... mutrih .cenrraMy Call 131-R aDd Goods Will Be Brought to Your Door : : : 1400 DuTal Street Telephone 1314 '.IIJ : .
f Ifawnd la a .... .......** I,g t CASH or TIME PAYMENTS : PAINTING ContractorFREE S: CONCH SHELLS : Expert Hair Tinting Hear Cutting t J'Iii:" .

If viartar-*c-Wruoalary )i.k. at.l., .......................................*........: ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : S AU Sizes : Personalized Corective Permanents Facials.Styling v.... J. :: \:

iI. I. ........ t. pees vraetabin *********.............................. S Telephone 9127. 114 Duyal Streat. Jtfftnon Hotel se : Exclusive but Not ExpenslTa : :..
? tiouM l.. ........ la after!,3 : ......... ...........e................................. COCOANUTSSPONGES ..e...e................ .......................
r... Vrrtbl at. ...A.d. Other J ISa,e 20% ri. Tk S ............*................................ ., .5....5..5555e5.5..e.55..555.5.............. ,
.wry they. .**! tura the grrrn ', : .. dwellings i Ire insurance : : LAWN : S SS .,' 'L '$, .h For Non N.'. .. .
| : ural Hair Tint
drab J J
.rotor...... 4 the vst4abh a ,b, : bld aereaatlla v. boute* by INSURING with ; : LANDSCAPING PRUNING =a. : : .'. ,.".'.,.*' .: P.'!',;. big or Finest : t
.Mr.vwatty : held FILL SOIL LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed. : ; in Permanent .
tipai8 ftthtna aid Top "-< :
............. In. anrtent reek .IIIrture. N| : .e aiefie pee.u. Atlantic Mutual t fire Insurance Co. : : Will Ship to Any Par! : ;" I Waves :
t I Marl\ Hauled, $5.00 for 4,Yards .Also Lois : of US. or Canada : ,
All Policies
; & : Saw 15% on Non-Assessable \
: : Cleared and Marl Spread, Very Reasonable : : S. Palacio Beauty
Marcy ,
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M8toSlla J. I-Crusoe Phontf" : .
!iWbamM U The Clttren.' : .IJ:! 674' J

4"11.l1.I. -jt *..........................ee.........*...*....*.: GW/I7IrTT 1021. PRONE OUVIA'801.STREET : 401 Son lit Street : : Colony
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: j: j B.&B. CYCLE SHOP i.JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP : : : Next to BeauljrSchool Svuthernmoct :
121 Fleming St. R. M. Daniel Prop. Phone 1013 :
All Uceaaed
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and :
Open Daily Sunday, : BeauticiaaaSpectahzinq :
RADIO : I Cusliman Motor Scooters : 5 P.M.\ to 1 A.M.\ .. S: Appraisals : in ;
S : x .
SERVING \ : Leases : : Most Modern ,
: Saks ami ire Iiiitiiediatc Delivery : Dinners 4'J'
'n : COMPLETE I' S Rentals : JH Phase olJSsBeoufy III:
*" Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : Culture :
) ti1 aty Rental Service : :, : Management : : 206 for e'SE
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Cloudy with showers' today;! Today my subject is Canada- A d.MI&w.f. war .. ea taut

continued. warm. CIe rirtg and, School Yesterday MorningPUPILS not all of Canada. Jut Ontario- Key .We.t *.-" 11-p-i.d ..

1ST BAPTIST CNfcrilCHRev. : colder late this afternoon. and 4 and its trouble and bow Utopia 2:42: .rWek. she .ae.g. as w

j s tonight. Sunday fair.. and cold.: I INSPIRED BY* did not how up on schedule and I j pied, Jfe*!f9. tTe SstaksiBBW P awy .ft BBeaj sftaafaafj, WVT* |
: Moderate to fresh." occasionally .. .. last forever when Ontario doifr i l\MfB .Mvel P..... N.V/ ..

I : Bnwnic E. Nichols, Pastor, Has Been Galled' To r i strong, south and *'south west 11EV. WEAVER; TWO JrIIII.l'III.A :headlong into the electricity I I|, ... pata-., ._.-. sestina-- -- .-

winds today shifting .to .fresh busings. It is an ad. in a Canad* ,

Alabama. By Death Of His Father; i I to strong'' northwest .- and north GIRLS GIVEN SCIIOL- Bartholomew At I|1 an paper that gets me lei the
) those Maple-leaf
r late this afternoon..and; tonight, subject. And Grace l..utltcraR
> and Just
Nlvaillospiial ers being nice folks

( May ,Return By Jan. 31 I II I diminishing warning displayed.Sunday. .Small craft_ ._ Twenty-seven members of .the ; smart; as themselves U. S. A. into folks.a il jam the: ty* Clnircli
Florida can get
i Cloudy today with | Dick Bartholomew who is t
fl-A class..of the Division Street
I ocaskmal rain tinkering with the light wun.we 4A a..PA'1nviIrs4'ra .
BE SUBJECT OF THE REV. <;. LEON and colder north School ended the elementary > known throughout the country i and lock tit ins PCT1tON:
i "MiYimmmM': (:JIHI TJNS"'ILL and central portions with. can take heed
I show- phase in- their quest for higher as the "Handcuff King. I der the listen ... :; -
covers as we
t "'.:IJ..' 1'.' ,.nl'l) OF HILST METHODIST: CHURCH AT TOMORROW ers mild and extreme few thunderstorms south portion aid; learning graduation with impressive exercises in midterm the- I;j completely of the mystified Naval Hospital the patients I the chatter here in our ur.
the ,
JIOII.MM-S I MKMVKXSi: (: OTIIKR: NEWS AND NOTES OF KEY WEST clearing and colder tonight and auditorium of that institution j' here Thursday night with land about dive into hving the same government Wind' |i ,
partly cloudy and continuedcold yesterday morning. I J the program he presented far
JliiiMKS: ': : A (JUNn;.: north portion; colder southportion. Inspired by the commencement I their entertainment. I of business. I I]I 7:30( .
The ad. U siaOd.UJ'dtuF.i-
!I I Bartholomew is master of
address delivered a
chi Pout) W. Travis. of the U. S. Natal Hospital will occupy the pulpit at both serv- I East Gulf Mexico And Jacksonville W. Weaver pastor by of the Ley Rev.Memorial R.- I illusion and offered many t ectric: "Power Commission whereas of On I I II. ZIIChEM t : .........'

I !ItM to.t c. sow at the I keel Baptist Church at 13:50 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. because of! the absence Thru Florida Straits: Church the students are! uncanny feats both mental tria. It ,admits that le
boss th. eitf ol the ...... Bronnto! E. Nichols pastor.' Small craft warning displayedfor 'looking forward to greater fields;' and physical such as the escape this gal-Lice and-that whereas there thal-vU'y is a paves' i
Tfe. He*. Mr. Nichols b3: been called to Tuscaloosa Alabama .due to the death of his I fresh to moderately strong to conquer when they enter Jun- { from many different shortage. Henceforth no electrtj

fcrtU**. It U rpectod the pastor 01! the rust Baptist Church will return to the city before Sunday potion northerly, thru winds Sunday.extreme Over south noth They ior High have been School instructed next to week.report } types Bartholomew cf handcuffs.is a winter city is available for signs .M j I PoirxianaCbwtli 1"tiIt

loauory 31. and .central portions fresh to to the High School auditorium visitor in Key West and is wino ow lighting or parking k ts
Chaliasa Travis will speak at the morning cervices on the topic."Broadening Our Spiritual strong southerly shifting to 8:20: a.m. Monday for one of the finest entertainersthat or electric heat in stores or .rffices I
HocUam.." and at th* evening services his subject will be. "A Baptist Preacher In Italy." fresh to strong northerly winds tier\ instructions.The the Red Cross has been I -and an arm-long tat ... I7tk anPastor's Weit

: The .Her.. G. Lao Wells, pastor of the First Methodist Church. will speak at- tomorrow ;ate this afternoon. continuing exercises yesterday op fltr-I able to present for the pleasure other uses. j P..t*..' I.M.M.
I s.iike el 10-50 am. on "Contributing ChrUtians". "God In Christ" will be the subject of his thru Sunday. Cloudy with showers ed with the traditional cf the patients. And this is a kettle: of fkJt a CXWHAKT feete*

wtmcv at live 7M: p.... service : 'a \d scattered thunderstorms tion processional "Pomp andj I I skimpy li&hts-that comes from.. A.
At th* raining service Farran Childs will sing "He That this aftsroon; cloudy tonight; Cirt'umstanceplayed on the 101/i04" government: tinkering. J>i I J* -

i K.*r..th: Isioer. by Schtosae The meeting of the Methodist lJtil'test W.M.U.holds .. Sunday partly cloudy. piano by. Miss Catherine Loganl next time some windy gent
I will be at 6:30 : Jacksonville to Apalachicola music teacher of the ? their studies and deportment and shows up in your town pupp.I'Coff S._ ....... eU AM
feUawtoUp tun.
l' The "'". |1. B. Reid pastor of the Fleming Street Methodist I j faceting.Circle : Small craft warning-;displayed graduates were led into the auditorium constantly attain a place on the I ment and promoting whether a govern in \\.1'. '.. I I pttH
south of Vero ;B arhi...and by Marshals Priscilla honor roll of the class. However .
Qwrth. witt the pulpit at both services tomorrow at I ; .... ..
I oreupf Iowa or South Carolina or Missouri .
: this the class
2. 0 f'the Baptist W.- south of Bradenton thru Flori- Cruz and' Nancy Pellicier, members \ term produced only
t i&SO a 0k ami at 730:: J'-m. MniU Felton. general superinten- M. U.. held a and business da. Straits. '' of the 6-B class. Ushers two girls who met these qualifi- or some place!, tap the |..Y- "An Astea dial MvM(4. *-
dM_of! the Church School announce classes for, all ages atthe meeting in program.the'church' annex -- were Sarah "Bringman and AI- cations. The awards went to son on the shoulder and tell I'M I' at Yb....j| t*_
9.4S a rs..eniana. n"Truth' t on Monday' afternoon Mrs. Report vania Singleton also of the 6-D. Elizabeth Ann Russ lIr daughterof him "whereas, I know you nr
win be the subject I Alice Ramirez program chairman ',- Key. West Fla, Jm",2-1. 1D48!) class.: < Mr. and Mrs. William Russell talking through your hat. it .is Ktntinjc: Wutsh4p., 7.tcvftD :
Meii Ordained the street, and Katherine no sale. ... ... ,
di touted at tomoriow's sonr- 2 opened the meeting. (Observation taken at City Office. Relatives and friends of Albury ,
Yours with the low down.JO '
welcomed Brady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AT LAWWrLUAM
I .8:30: A.SI,' EST).- graduates were by
Scicmc2IodefJ" .
ken to th* QtftstKm Those taking:part in"the' de- SKHKA:
Directed Houston Brady Duncan street.
Church Deacons Mae Weech. by
edifice 11 ..I Mrs. Shirley -
at a. 1 votional Bronnie Nichols. Tempetature .
Miss Logan, the students sang Farewell gifts were given by hWM ."
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Tim will.. b service f Mrs. Edna Albury- Mrs. Highest ._
at ,i, An ordination service was ; Evelyn yesterday 77, "Song Of A Thousand Years" (H.' the students to Mrs. Hattie Lou
p W.lss.astay.T 'held at 7:30: p. m. Wednesday at ; Joints: Mrs. Bucannah, Mrs. Lowest last. night 67' C Work) and "The Lost Chord"i Hamilton, beloved teacher of. theCA GLAD TIDINGS
.t. /Her A II (tfet. nt. |>... Putnriana Ejpti church ;:Daniel Sharp and 'Mks.'U Uy Mean. ._. 72 i (Sir Arthur Sullivan). class; Mr. Hamilton princi- "
Mir .* th* IWtrUaa .UaplU, Frank Young and Ernest Heflejr I Johnson.: In connoctiot-'With' : ;. the Normal . .. i m_'._' ,. 70- "Who's Who and Why class pal; Miss Logan, music teacher. TABERNACLE -Ch tth
Ovrrh> vtM tmamti sm An Aa were ordained us deaconj.: |! meeting, a grocery shower was I Precipitation .1 prophecy, was given by Elizabeth to each of the teachers who in ConregatHNYI
given for the Florida I Total last'24 hours .:._.._ .31 ins. ASSEMBLY: OF COI1; )I
*BMB.iiiHt MirwW". at lh. II a. ituil CWplain Walter' Davis and Baptist:; Ann Russell and Catherine Brady structed them from the first W IMTflL .a.sN .
..r*.*. laani.>mw. niftit at 1M Chaplain Paul W. Travis both :Institutte. .I Total this month. .55 ins.' followed by the commencement grade on through to the fifth; 801 Georgia Si at Petrenia I. .eisa P....
71 .'.t..riI: he win fak uncured of the U. S. Naval Hospital, assisted ; The business. ,meeting, w"8s .1 Departure this month.93. ins, address. Miss Betty Brady, school secretary SIT.Hf WILLIAM 11Y T.
'- .* Laft2rare t in the'service. The Rev. ; presided 'over by. chairman, Mrs. Total this year .55: ins. Rev. Weaver had for his theme and the two janitors of the Sunday School. 10 A.tot Between i..*....< ai N.ol.q.
A. D. Edna Albury. Pla.ns"w re' ,made Departure this year -,93 ins. fJIobbies". The Ley Memorial school. -
WTMM Merit ia. U. O'Briant directed: the or I I' :Morning Worship
xaaiaw lit CVnT Seta U the dination. for meetings to be heJd';homes. I ; Relative) Humidityat pastor told the students he has;, As a farewell to all. the pupils Seder ........ 1,44 AM.
.f-I..*r tut the ..... F. ILMetros I of the sick and shut.i S.. ':30 84r/r A.M. four hobbies, one of which is" the sang their Class Song, under the} 11 :00< A.M. .tells V Au/s. fllai'1I .
An offering was taken for the collection of stamps. "A stamp. direction of Miss Logan. : -
U CJrae Luther
e-w *I i I purpose of helping a needy BarometerSea lie said, "has a job to do and always The exercises closed with the 6:20:? P.M., I IllCNit.I .
i a* C'Uirrlt. at fee Tie: p. m.serev. Y II ?, ( Level) 8:30'29.SI AJ4. I
...e tn..rt... Th ettlidren'i ( family. This offering amounted! ins.; 1010.5 mbs. 'sticks' to that job. You traditional recessional. Christ Ambassadors I1t1atim e.- '... Palle.
.. ito I $25. have just begun your job. And; Class colors were red and 7 30() P.M. .. .
eartJltaatIt. clean will meet at Tomorrow's Almanac : The Cfewefc HMCHMniMM ......
| A social period followed the like the postage stamp, always''stick' green and the flower, a cat na
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ss i4ar sad thee a I Sunrise 7:12 a.m.Sunset Kvnnjxrliitlir Srr kris
business In that will tion. The class motto was "To
I meeting. Refreshmentsof to it. way you
ad.N d- n-- ...... will meet .. ,. 6:07 p.m. Exclusion" IMMCAitHt rte
1 on 'm Be True" "Entrance and
Thine Own Self
I hot chocolate, sandwiches, be a credit to your parents your
M fa sv m. the acne day for and I Moonrise -- --- 5:34: p.m.. and The ended their elementary Tuesday 7:30: P M 7 I'.N,
cookies, wer'w servedMrs. '': : ; home, your your com-. graduates
the Itch
t In the' tress n. Moonset _.. 6:45: a.m.
I trtl.4.WtuU Dues i( Lois Eden and Mrsj} Edna 'Al- i .** munity." studies with the PRAYER MEETING Srr..oh tit IK c l..i.ri
; that IWOe fOllOW-I
1y? I bury were hostesses for the ,af- MVWWW '. I Professor Earl Hamilton presented ing officers: Frank Jolly Friday. 7:30 P.M A A.U.'.-.
ternoon. ."- TIDES each of the mid-term dent; Katherine Brady vice- Evangelistic Services 'M.klaq Chaisasai.r AWN'
War%.4p, Mrludwta; c.-.u..1. I. Members present Mesdames: Tomorrow graduateS with a diploma. president,.secretary treasurer. Don't Miss These Se-rvfnOt---1 73* P M W.........'
i e* arfvtre*. wtH ** SI tJO: p. Through Tola Daily Leona Collins;'Ohvia Macro'Otis (Naval Base) Presentation of-the scholarship Martin Leon and Fay Curry. I I was glad when they said unto Prayer I M u-uny
I MS*ft "*. itmnri.N" the) Key WertClMeHi BIBLICAL BULLETIN j i i f I Johnson Geneva, Smith.. ;:Elinor (Eastern.Standard Tune) twards. given semi-annually '! me. let us go into the house of 139 ru. r. ,""..,
I .4 Cst j'Bennett I Francis ,Fairfield High Low j ihe Parent-Teachers Association the Lord." Y.--, N.yir .........
I At W II a. M. mVk \ tomur- HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF |;'Broniie Nichols, Bertha Saunders 9:59.: a.m: 322 a.m. ))f the school, were then made by Mrs. Ernestina Dean. Pastor I CORDIAL WgLOlUC 19 Afei.
IMT let tW lust CM atregstiana! '' Lillia Mason, 'Buchanan, 9:00': pjn.: .2:16: 'pni. Mrs? C. Sam B. Curry, P.-T. A. Christian Science 1 I
at Clue**, the Rev, WtUum. W. '' I"
Mrs. explainedthat
awl* hMMte. atMtur, will speak ,Though Christ we can forgave the traitor,1I i I i Daniel ice Ramirez Sharp, Evelyn. Katie r Logan.Jones Pie--Al- ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA president.it is customary Curry to honor the Societyof ....................................-.

M Tfc Owwrte and lies chit.dv.n" > Still be sure of this: dad Archer. Lois Eden Edna Reference Station: Key West boy and girl who consistentlyachieve :
tar At Ow T a. m. Mnkts. ,I KM betrayal was not ended I j I I Albury, and visitors, Mrs.. Tim.of|Height Ok the highest grades in I 1I Key West THE OLD STONE CHURCH j
CfcMMrey A. Adams will : St.tJoaTicle [ugh wales I .
WIUIhe'Judas kiss. i, Stocking and Mrs.-Gal ndo. t
toft enftlakintf Chrtetiaaity What Bahla HondaOhr.. -' 327 ELIZABETH STREET (First Mrllifxli
a price for selfish |)
Attrart" There wtd be a ChriatMM we pay ,i i (bridge) ...........1O miD. 0.0 ft. I :
.. .. Thoughts and acts each day! t Corner EATON and SIMOKTOMC. $TRilB' 5
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anertttc at ( p. m. Assenting, Iio Name Keyf 2hr. West Sunday School 9:30: A.M.
At the Yatrtli lor Christ ingrTake to>> the traitors shout- COLOREDCHURCHES; !I i i, (east side) -20 nun. Key II MorningServices 1 Leon W./,.. Pastor :
Italy Sunday .
tiM at 7:30 .'d< Me IVH MetiMdttt CXurrh.' the Man Away! I j i i (Sandy Point) 40 min Church of Christ At 11 o'Clock .
.psal.r wilt. be use : Sll1)Sttrr"C :
Rev A. D. for i Caldes +2hr. Subject: "TRUTH"Wednesday
o hr..... Maier .. Inciana Complete Details Read: : (north end) ,_iO tnin. +1.4 ft. I
!Ua4a>t Clank There. Win be 22:47-54 ((1104)) oOo Evenings : SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 tf AJK. J
I j i The Rev. Sigi5mund e ptearfcersquatter sad a vieIM I Publishers The minister of Trinity' Presbyteri- Q10TE.Minus sign-corr c- I Meetings at 8 o'Clock : 10:50: ( A.M.: MifHfc* U fs44f. *
aO. UT Monthly Booklet Worship, Including
Gerald ( subtracted.
5eusdra. Uona to"be
I Plus
Enjoy: Your Bible"i i an Church, will not preside to- \, I Reading Room in Church Sermon: -Contributing CfcraHtttM" 4
tmwrli AttMtdanewill be i .ign-corrections: to be addedJ Communion Service,
I I morrow. Elder A.,j&.Evans will Edifice will be open
a the. debMWtd*.bici e.. the seniors to charge ;of the ,6:30: p. m. Youth perform thatfunction" :at both 6:30 P.M. Tuesday and Friday : 6:30 P.M.. Methodist Youth Felbweiuip :
i tnoocraw at 11 meeting Sunday. A special invitation i ithe morning worship :11,a. m. In 1935 less than 11 percent from 6 to 8 P.M. >
a. taw .y Ue Rev Melrose : 7:3O( P.M. Earning: Wor.I.il. Wffl Mite j
S. ittsA
U extended to children to j and the evening worship. at 7 p>f U. S. farms had electric ser I EVERYBODY WELCOMEPresbyterian I |
A"vr B twe *4 the' Pre.yteri.M come to the children's meetingsto I Ip.. m. .. vice. I SermoN "Cod Im ChriM" 4

0.-.... Th Y istg rVopte'tmrrtt be held at the church at 3:15p. : Elder J. W. ,Harmon will I 1 4Welcome

t lretttewahep LrsaesbtK: ....at 7J n. m. m. all next week. Mrs. Gallagher preach at both services tomor- About two-thirds of the people: : ) Srrricr Urn anal If' taffr I r.ef..,. 4
.tne will be will direct all the children's row at Cornish 'Chapel-of the in the .United States who obtain, LEY MEMORIAL .
teatt.wd M.tlutdus thatch.1 Icy M.norlal' I tenices."By : A. M. E. Zion 'Church. the Rev. divorces. have no children. Methodist Church .............._._.....................4.
nest week
.... Jatii Bradford with the Waters" will be the C. C. Higgs pastor, 'announced . -5 -
the -
as subject of the sermon at the today. The morning ,worship is [ Cor. Division and Georgia Sts.
and Mrs.
.. the Gallagher II *. nv. service<<: tomorrow at the at 11 a." m. and the evening Tdnlty PresbJtcri D :Clttlrcb)' i. t Church The Church With A Welcome : CaME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH 119 :
snow evsnceltrt l and rhileVm 11---
Glad .
% Tidings Tabernacle Assembly worship isat: 7 4))._m. ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor
week Cvantelaitle) Mr. of God Evangelistic services t : 717 Shnoaton Street (Colored) Whit and Washington Streets
.**. wtt t* prrached at bother will be at 7:30 pjn, with I I The U. S. Government 1I1 Printing Rev. Melrose S. Avery Pastor i I School
ar*. Ruiiday "Entrance Sigismund A. Laing. Minister 9:45 A.M. Sunday Ii STREET METHODIST CHURCilCornsr i
Mrs. (llafhrr" will be. in : and Exclusion" the Office was established In Classes for AU Aaes
-sermon subject 11860-( I Morning Worship H o'Clock Sunday School Starts at Miss Miriam Carey, SuptI
-- -- n -- -- ELDER A. M. EVANS 9:50 AJ4. !I Flaming and WUfiaai M.RCV. .

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"" Evangelistic: Service
Church Service at : Church School 9.$lft A.H. ::
Sunday School 3:30 P.M. 11:00 A.M. 6:30 P.M. : CLASSES FOR ALL AGES .

Youth Meeting .. 530: P.M. Sermon Subject: Youth Service : Merrill Felton. General SuI> ,LIt.nl-.l J :
"Church Attendance" I 7:30 P. M. Worship .

a x. Evening Worship. 7:00 o'Clock Younq People's Fellowship 9 Evangelistic Service: Morning \\PonJ.iJ' iHsJlH A.M. :
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Tues.. 7:30: p.m. Prayer Service 7:30 P.M. Wed., 7:30. Prayer Meeting : Youth Fellowship 46 P.M. :

,.. and Deacon's Weekly Meet Visitors end Tourists Invited !I Friday 7:30.: Boy ScouU: : Song Sonic,. 7:1-8 P.M.Evrning :
Rt Wed. 7:00: Youth to Wership at Our Services of America Troop No. 53 .
p.nu. Night-
Instruction and Recreation --.... Wor"J.iJ' 7,34 .p"' :
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I and Boy Scouts' Meeting 1- In lO6lh .:- COME BRING A FRICND .', :.

The First Baptist Church nlnauuluuluiulC

a 1 h CORNISH Corner BAHAMA and EATON Streets
CHAPELA.M.E. Youth for
I' ZION CHURCH Hroiinie E. Nichols, Pastor Christ Rally

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(COLORED) H TONIGHT, 7i30f : O.CJ.IK.: :
Whitehead and Angela Sts. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: A.M.H. .
Rev. C. C. Higgs Pastor E. Day, Supt afI

sun.Sunday Church School. Chaplain Paul W. Travis. Speaker for Both Services
For All ASM Sermon Subject: : "Broadening Our Spiritual Horizons"BAPTIST | Comer EATON and SIMONTON'

Joseph Thompson Supt TRAINING UNION. 6:30 P.M. | Speaker Rev. Albert I It)
J I Presiding EldW.- Mrs. Elijah Sands Director : ) t ()'Uril..t.. .
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.CQUJUJfC: HORJIEB. ('W).;".year-old! Los Angeles piano prodigy and mOTie 11 A.M., Worship Sermon Subject: "A Baptist Preacher In Italy" | "PrfnrhrW OuarlrHr
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.1. alUtWd to the Mvy ..... Clmanow at Hunters Point ia S4n Francisco. He'wa 'jailed oa Wed. 7:30 p.m. Ushers Class-Pra7et Board Wednesday .___.._.____ Sunday School Workers' Council -TUU -

a Char*. .! "DNtiat to DM, daliaquency of a minor. Jacqueline b wearing dress fun ahecl i-l! pan, Jr. Choir Rehrs. Wednesday _._____ 7:30 Prayer and Praise Service I

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Special Sports Events Sunday Jdyshces Raise 'I APPLY 4 TO WED I STROKe trrr ARM r anAJI rrr rrrttt r

Applicaion for a marriage limtIlMPIl
a'ii r,] 9150 In Helping I cense was filed yesterday in the Im u": "

; To Aid March Of Dimes Drive; March Of Dimes office K.of Lord County by Mario Judge: Garcia Ray COFFEEmond MflJ*

, Al N.wdee/w/ threatening'weather 26 of 427 Whitehead street and I
p These six athletes are among In spite of Gloria Diaz. 21 of Tampa a*

1 Baseball And Scheduled ".s the 80 who will represent Jayshee dance earlier went in the on day as scheduled the All Grocers t
Regatta America in the fifth t
i last night at the Drift- Subscribe to The Citizen URrrirrrr ,
Olympic Games at St. Morn:. i t wood. With gate receipts well i!

TWO CAMUS: AT ARMY' ) 1rr tf Switzerland. Each of then t. .,' over $150. to be turned over to I j and SANDER i
.S 1948 POLISHER t
1 r. probably will figure in the individual t the march of Dimes, the dance

I'lU.U1: OUMtO,\IU) and team champion was a decided success. I I SENSATION LIGHTWEIGHT ELECTRIC KHJSHCR j
i z I ships to be decided. ) "Let 'em Live" Gorden _. ,...
I I BASKETBALL !II Al I Tab sew 17rsibte Try M t.r % > "
CLUB HACKS: AT Sl:\.' : "'l"P sent over his entire acts from I OKk. trat. .ii- Simonize Your Car In Less. Tfeaaf A. 1t wr

PLANE BASKBporti i I 'SCHEDULE 1 j mI I m / i't provoked ter the of Bahama Ceremonies.many Bar.laughs Charles Albert as Boza'srumba Vallet Mas- I I .\.11:1..r.er..s..aa!:".*fet IH-tar. '!:Bt F:..r:.all_l-t.'

I fan l her will have an Sponsored by City Recreation t team, Nancy and Louis, \ rse.
opportunity of enjoying. them- t drew loud applause Albert Ca !NhYrn.r., .... *'-
i Department I! / drill. 1
arlvea and aiding the March of t Y bot, Doreen Cruz and Nickey.,. M 1
Dime at the Mine time Sunday ; IIIGIi SCHOOL GYM i| 1 1I t Alfonso sang popular songs. Dolores 53.95 -'_ ..-. )..,
"'hfi tw. tpecial spurU events (Night Games) 1i i I j Losley danced the ballet i i iI POMMIIMS..d !II'MtfcltHr ,TT. ...
Mrs atag..LAt Mrs. Helen Brown made a hit *.l? .. ..1'i.... 1
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I p. m. the tint of two I with her native Hawaian dance. ]' rbvrk fdrill. "
.baaebatl camr will c4 underway ; TONIGHT i 1t Mrs. Edith Sweeting, publicity -j j t'.0.u. Ul1tllCCAerrara : ..-.... ._.4u......

at Army tterraclu fieldlektiuinc 7:15: -Girls' Game: Alumnae vs. !E: t chairman, said today the Jay- ;: s_ p.f t'.-..... Se-e'Malb r.-- NM 1
teams of 1"Isbnd" C.Y.C. I shees are grateful to everybodywho
City Sunday .baarhall cut.. In I t\ assisted in making the affair JONRICH CO. 1545 Alton Rd. Miami Bwtk.ARONOYITZl + H...

the enmnd game the league. le..dIng val Seaplane Base. Club members t i > a success. .
Blue Sox wtil attempt to have been "souping" up f rt
hold tU one came **< over theaerond their fpeedy little boats for r t ? .
,..... Saw Carbw' tram.a4 _Ice in pirparation for tomor- !! : /, STRAND THEATRENow Another tttiimlallyl.IrestiaeeI' ..ItLr'sirorrrt
M Uw ml (atne. the Pirat*.* row's races and plenty of thrills : .. Showing;: ii

take on the (USS (;Cltlmnr and possibly 2-pills-is in store. i"" ,,18',.'Ith.\ .,.,...' ;'.>.'" 1 I "THE BACHELOR AND Excliuircly by Lit
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At Z p. *... weather permit- AH proceeds from both these t' THE BOBBY SOXER"
t ling. the Key West outboard vporU events will be contributed ""' '- Cary Grant Myrna Loy
j fc.4or club will atac a recatta entirely to the March of CRETCHEN MERRILL BOB FITZGERALD ART DEVLIN Shirley Temple-Rudy Vallee ilarifiOllya

I Mid. arrlea, .. facet at the Na Dimes. I
J 'Fgvre Skating Champ -._Speed Skater, ,_ Ski Jumper Starting Sunday
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Robt. Young Susan Hayward in a. mus val print
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Basketball Games Net $37 MONROE THEATRE
II 1 Now Showing;
for the"Forgotten
For ; b xw I All-Star Cast

Skirting Sunday 1 "
Marines Whip Bob's Sports Maria Felix y Miguel Inclan 1

c 1 F ; I Spanish Picture 1

C.Y.C. WON fiAMK: FKOM'KPti I tI 2 a!> .w

'I ends finally made the winning
: : t.III.I'RI-"IUUSI4Y.: ) shot to put the score 26 to 24 in
favor of the Marin s. Fisher was T wi\\\ I
UJSBKATEK. : I IX CAGE': : high<< scorer of the evening with We

):YiESTaIl : I of 18 the points losers to was his credit.their high Villareal point ) ; v A eeyour

ev'tpls' Inns"" the two ba ket man.The UP
second game between the Figure Skating Champ JIM BICKfORD-Bobsled/ Driver.<< IS Year Old Skier .
fell c. .. UcH' at the High 8attery IrCHRCIII..I'.... (wm+ro If gairtr ; I II
(lethal gym last night by Paul G.Asbury. .' C. Y. C an Clhe E. P. C. 618 - -. r
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city recreation, dlrertor.see showed the CYC. boys l leadingthe '
the benefit r4 the March' ofswtted previously unbeaten E. P. C. RELDMERS VISITMGEASTERN so > JMw. M7AS All officiate CIS all through the game. The final 175 Winter Visitors And MARKETS woW N
I score was 28 to 25 for C. Y. C. \)
1a.e their time. free to help therthy ,
.. ...... and the players& Claude Valdez eye was on thebasket Leonard (Bunnie) Bcldncr l yoU
any B.r1irtfwe4.The as usual for 12 points for Tourists Fun and his wife of Bcldner's Apparel FOR A FREECOMERT
eprftint fame between" C. Y. C. Moorcs made 13 for his Enjoy Night Store, 523 Duval street I INStEC; \o
fr's .Bpart 8hr-p and the Ma. E. P. C. mates have gone to the eastern and .A

Hnea was tied at the end of the Referees: Knight and Saun- northern markets. They will vis-
f me 34 alL It went into two ders.Scorer. Given By C.ofC. At YMCA it New York City and the other

awrr-ttme" pertnds turner Fischer : Williams. important style centers to purchase MONROE MOTORS. Inc.
*f the Martnea In the last 30 ace- ,timekeeper: T lon.I new spring and Easter Phone 725 I
Ins. FUEl) noiIGIIRETII'' I wearing apparel for ladies and 1119 White St. Key West ,

U. Of M.\ Freshmen Here OF MONTREAL; IEn 1 1 CALL.OX FOR DRY BIDS nOCKJFITIIDltHfW I children.. APPELROUTH'S'. t -

I i "QUEEN OF THE IS.1I / ..
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'The Store O FashionNow
To Meet\ High Schoolers LAND" i I A call for public submissionof ...

bids by January 29 on a I.- .
A crowd of 175 tourists and tZTr1 ,.
000-ton dry dock at Miami Florida -
MIAMI .R winter visitors were in attendance : ; e I IP
.*!** IIAVK: wovSKVKN has been withdrawn by S/uIlrng
major schools in this Miami dis last night at the weekly! War ..
Assets Administration, it
; OKT1IKIK:.. L\STJ "Fun Niaht? program sponsored
I trict.They was announced today by L. D.I: .X
come here with their by the Chamber of Commerce, in m
EIGHT: GAVIUS: PLAY..1] line-up intact. John Wigard an<' the YMCA outaoor patio.A Strom, southeastern zone ad- SPRING M
program of conr'mun'ty singing ministrator.War .
Jim O'Neill will play forward: rr
HI: IN MIAMI Dud McClelland, center, and Jim a quiz contest a short musical Assets: has 'been in negotiation --- -

Ryan and Andrew Duquct program and a speaker: constituted with the Dade Dry Dock DRESSES t tM. r r;int
Th frthtnrn tram rrprrtntW guards. thev'cntertainm3nt.: :
t Miami will Bill Kroll manager of the: Key Company, war-time operators I x.
the Univwvity Tunight CapU Galey Sweeting! of the installaton. and Washington 1{
of the Key West High School West Aquarium gave( a most in- : With Thai A'rir '
i aakalila first appearance in KryIt WAA officials have deter- +
tram will his last for tersting description of mar.nc t $ !5e
i Wcllt, tit 6 twfckvttwll with the Key of the ture of the property the best in- "Nccccclook -,\
game There will also be a girls' sea and displayed sp?- !: ..
Mist "iWh dual vanity five. I Ifto I I game beginning at 7:15: p.m. The cimens that were greatly enjoyed trest. of the government will b"ferved : i /
sale to the lesser of l .w
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i UimUiu have won seven University of Miami and High by present'Mrs. i. ( m tf
the land on which the installation -
sit eight came pUyrd .*. far this SrtxMtl teams will take the floorat Fred Doughreth of Montreal ; 'I.
yr, and haw defeated all of the 8:13: p.rn.II Canada a visitor in Key was operated Strom said. !II I I- Yotins.: :"pniic rl.\ b<.,fly:I feminine ,1 < i
West for !several'; winters was" .
"1 I The omiktors of our pfl.'S'ntday !i" 'ht-io ale the1I1"f"
named of the
I "Queen Island.
S r----- and will receive a full day of entertainment goldfish were originally I i:: that so beautifully! tell you. .of.
Rand To I. the new,look for ipiiiig H
and Mrs. in color.of
Sally Appear sishl&ccing.: green
: the word s-> elegantly interpieted -
II Doughrely, a guest at ths: Sea !I : in our new season collection -
Isle Apartments:, will he l escortedon New Jersey.: Now Yorkers a
of suit and dress (ash.I.

At Dance rf tour of the island i bv Ramon;i were n"xt in number of attendance : : y
Tonight Legion !I. ionthe words Yt>u"U har ; .E
Navarro. She will be the guestof and l visitors: from Michigan: (I : tvtaspetrel alxnti yon ;i" you a
Duffy's Tavern for luncheon ran third in tabulation with nine'percent. i : 1 $
;: S move Riacu Iy ihrouRh sin i mg :
CASINO WILL UKMl ST,1C. and the Overseas Hotel Dining 1 i i'l'I'twO : : in your clu-icc-fivm this>: s>u- tisra M W4twp dl.
Room for dinner. \ Andrews entertained: 'j 1 .. fiatatolls
herb HS.You I If
I Convent frinscnm She will the wish. imil.itinns which wi re rvxtv --:[ 4 ln/lc.,
: IOK) ItKMCtTf: : OK [ go swimming at is t .light full,, 4
Sun and Sand Club be csc. rtcii <.- MAKUI: OF DIMES: Open To Public through; the Aquarium and sM. a'lclu'niv.!+ Hwtfsbo: In ;i,.ten,l- Simply MUST I 1 some,I.N.g ai w1 N/ $ .
I Come In and See i nor Into
I Key West by water on the ertia'r anitiu- M1'CJr.'iri'; ; Cnistw.Ali. l i ) worm tile. .yell
DKIVK The convent museum is now "Vagabond", as the guest of Capt. .. Angela\ Can 111'Let)' then kntttll k/r' *.tla -
open to the public it was announced I Lloyd Shaeffer. Reagan and Mrs. Olive Kroll. : l'V'l(' Slyl(', ; t on(, onerrtw vlllsrrw ,tom

Bally Rand, .Intrrnationaly today. Visiting hours ''I George Lunney, a student at Rhapvnly Pick. I rhta Lil.e

| kawww dance and entertain' have been fixed as follows: I.I the Fleet Sonar School was N(I liOllltl1.VLllh''rlis : r i in Enka R.v.rt Msr e )Mtlsas
awarded a free long-distanoo Bathtubs Lavatories .Toilets sizes, lots;:
Monday and Tuesday, 3:45: to I t 11
.lli mak personal : t
r ppi-ar- 4:45: p. m.Saturday. phone call to his home in Jersey Kilchen Sinks Water Heaters {'fl .
aIIiI9 at lofUftht's dance and ca- I City in a contest which indicat.-rf Soil Pipe and Fittings y l
I' 2:30 to 3:30 -
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.n. at the American Legion'ha. that most of the audience present Water Pipes and Fittings ,
mw Stork hUnd. The at.I;, Sunday. 3:30: .to 4:30: p. m.ed last night represented the state Plumbing Supplies : ...11JlIlU."l "' : ; FINAL REDUCTION
lair .. bunt stated by Arthur !I I .
ft.wyt P..t of the Legion forwem professional'in prominent variety states.show appearing BY THE CARLOAD : for Lit ltles; ONJ.: | \\T\l.:1C: MM His
t the March of Dime. I IMM SELLS
| t Your Grocer That Good
fUnd. ,.h. calU Kry1WeM Ivan Raggett. March of Dimes Harry Markowitz, Inc.
game aincr' her punch |I director yesterday commendedthe STAR BRAND 2S'to; SO' OFF
..4 a rMmitr hei .. varaUunlM -, group for its untiring efforts U. S. Highway No.1at ,

.......bHween...es and prirfettional pM'lUUaIn.ap-- in aid drive behalf that would of without the campaign its aid and the I AMERICAN and CUBAN COFFEETry l PHONES LeJeuno 486821 Road- 40753 BEACH and SUN oAR \ Coats tills Drears)
mIwarct m neyer
for tuoihf
sratrd t cralae A
Today-. Miami 33. Florida
....... i the pratial success it An Outstanding Showing and Children'sinUr
ga. will be arm (in ronjunrM .
| c IUi the Match of Dunes'l 'I I I j See The American Legion ad- 3-I .iccc Slack Suils
..,*. taupe that hard work. on tonight's dance Complete Line of

tat* croup .. lira) and profrituntl *- ekewheje- i today's.i .Citizen. Sun and lormAWNINGS Consi-tiny; of Jacket, Sla..l. Bathing Suite, Crurli HOMMHJ| .1M ".......

takttatttm which ha ,I ,o\ ALL and Skirt : or (:Hiitlir*, fur Itrarh. Htil "'N ittapalsyt.
peen maklnc appearance
.., Pimea drive affair and I I i> JANE and SHINE t I :: i
New Showing cf SWHITSFH) :
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lass id iUeU highly effkientpail IVO >BERTHA STREET *.*! .
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vwtkfr .. the prai.. given I SPECIALS FREE! When OPEN-If* A Distinctire Atcning 1 aid! ;z(!ED PLAY SHOES by WILSON luckeU sad Mt..11l
Corduroy Lounge e
II.a. Spur Job with every 3r..... and When CLOSED H' I : White Red Green 0 $port eo.- .........
olfkials have promised j A Perfect Storm Shutter Sport Shirts
.tvm oil Change Long and IMwtLstye .
Job. We will also 0 and Multi-Colors .....
--..t** eet U daring the evenMHi J'. check your battery. fan belt. rad- CONSTRUCTED GUARANTEED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET METAL i : and I Ganlner Spring Styles in Shoes tor : S.lectiea t* CIMe.e ......
rat. la arhedukd toplait later.' tire. transmission WILL NOT RUST OR ROT ;
M 6 B- IHTW |......We have the latest equipment and rear Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choice of Colors. I: Bathing Suits *Swim Suit Sport Dros anti) :

March U Dune Talent for checking carburetors batter Simple to Operate .Monogram FHA Terms or Design Model on Demonstration : Robes Play Suits Street Wear SHOES for EIS 1 1I t.y nwtr :: .y
tree. gathered together by la*. spark plugs. Ignition .
tan Kara, profeoiiotul mussels pnssion and com. Installed 614 GREENS ST. I
timing in LEE
IMW. ......a.>.g and working in for' perfect running your. DONT cai by 1)1I0N"E 4 i! APPEL ROUTH'S HAS.
Kry W..t. ......... in a manner DELAY. PHONE 117. NOW1HI I Phone for FREE Estimate I ARONOVITZ Itfllr'
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