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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Visiting In Key West KEEPER ALSO HURT

J. D. McAndrcw, manager of I

JULIUS nOCH I\N, NEW* La Concha Hotel, was: critically

injured shortly before 8 p. tiu. r
: \OIIK UNION HEAD, Planes Forced last night when an automobile I

IN crrFon V\CA. he was driving upset on Over
seas Highway about half a mile
1ION Ey Fog To Land south of the Toll Gate and I

turned over several tintcs. .
labor (.u': & t'
One of the foremost
leaders in the country, Julius At Other Ports At Municipal Hospital it was GEN. LUCIUS D. CLAY (left) of Marietta. Ca, Amartran nth
Horhman head of the Dressmakers ; { reported at noon that hi condition tarly governor of Germany. untie as ho signs outoma debtor

A LOCAL THADE: UNION CHAIRMAN (right) addresce a crowd of 30.000 German workers limon with headquar* while critical was regarded tion on arrival at Washington by piano lot conference ow Me

.....d U ".Aa Mark* ft....... .formerlf Adoll Hitler Square at Nuernberg. Germany, during I tern day in for New several York weeks 'vacation. MEACHAM AND BOCA CHICA da fair. The announcement situation: in Germany. The customs officer at tight. i* ........e

..oo treuee otaine. food _. .,... Th sign beside speaker reads: "We demand the unity He came from Miami, at the con FIELDS WERE BEFOGGED came following a consultationby J. P. Hagen.
.I Cnm.mj." la bocktrowad k hutorical Church of The Lady. Shortly after the demonstra elusion of a labor meeting in that civilian and Naval Hospital -- --- --- -- - -.---
.Mis. .... ........ Trado Union Federation called for. 24.hour walkout of virtually aU workersto t city. lie u registered at the Casa EARLY IN MORNING, LAST doctors:

...,m .. mtitatjM J... 2X This could affect nearly a million workers in this American zone Cayo Hueso ;, FOG HERE IN JAN. 1I4S Also injured in the accidentwas I
stale. (AI' Wllt>photo via Radio from Frankfurt.) I llochmans organization an Mrs. Evelyn Mills housekeeper I Admirals Begin To

.. -- -- --. _u ____ ____ ,American affiliate u Federation the largest of women's Labor tog !settled early today over at La Concha, who i3's
Meacham Field" and Boca Chica .
union in America, with a mem- suffering from shock and a deep I
FEBRUARY 28 Claude CandolCo() [ i bership of 85,000. He i; the originator Naval Field and several airplaneswere I laceration on the back of her Leave Key West On
IS, of the New York Dress forced to return to Miami or right hand. Her condition is
Institute;; whrih promotes Amer- to land at Boca Chica after the re-I
For 1 ported as "good"Mrs .
Rc- Eleetiolt. i in fashions in women's: visibility became better. t
ELECTION DATE clothes. : Two Aerovias Q airplanes fwm.I Mills' two children Finishing Missions
As Tax Assessor j In April, 1916. The Reader's Cuba w-re put to considerable j,ol 7, and Diana 5. who were !
devoted article to trouble One plane landed eailyIB
Digest an riding in the car with them e.-
"Attracting investors 'and at Hochman. under the title 'A remarkable the day but the other had toj'caped injury except that Carol -I t'REAR ADMIRALS HOLD.
FOR KEY WESTTO' Union-and Union put down on Boca Chica and at< suffered a cut on her left hand. 1
the same time protecting the Leader:' The author of the article ,edition time was still there. > The children were riding in the : ER A>D HIILLH+ l..;..
interest of Monroe county are Eugene Lyons, la: also in The passengers: from the second back seat of the car and were Siassen To Run I .
'' essential factors in assessingreal Key West at present and met plan were transported toj thrown clear. I TAR, HLAMU, MILL
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property;" Claude A. Gan: Mr. lloc'hmarl at the airfield Moacham Field by bus, where| From all the statements of the
tile) 'COMT10.N( OKIIXMI ) rllllllll iolfo said today in announcing' llochman'a union, the Digest they! went through the cutsoms I. children who 'were closely In Ohio Taft'sStale : 1ILRE
article said at one point, "is ;The National Airlines plane watching the road McAndrews Their mc.*iMe '...f4K.. t. ,
1:11'1'<<: cnU: SlnN.n: Turn In All: his candidacy for election as probabiy the ioiemost example that was to have put in here swung out slightly to avoid hit- of the eight adMiM.e. '"< ... Navy
county: tax assessor, subject to of a labor union that is truly in- early today was forced back to ting what he took to be a "black
:. IIY noun Miami. but the Civil Aeronautics I In \" Department w4w WMV .ke.
he Democratic primary to be dustry-minded. It feels itself a spot" in the hiGhway. May i
March QJJluvs9Holders \ in the Authority here said it probably ] : to meet Aditaart W. li P. Nice.dy .
full productionand the road
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StutcUr Frliruaijr SS. WMrlrrUd held'01{'May 4: paitner Tbc .car went off
sales landed at Homestead. for fog.pdidilton3. US.N. mtMUMdMht v L ....-..
and before knew what had
process. we
katauwty t..Ur byc2arturlle 1 Mr. Gandolfo added that, in :5a.t. .
Urged also prevailed, AvertMiami TAFT.CANDIDATE HU :
1 t' happeried'tufed over three or the Atlantic; and U S. A81seMir
assessment takes'into -
Ineluen; an- ; he'h .
t making: i
b! P'7fab + "* four time ", said little Carol to
T ASKED ABOUT STASSEN'S Fleet, have departed tor Iltatr.
;w 49 t.w ..... el lit* aped.al Ivan Bagqttt March of consideration even the in- British Seize f At Boca Chic R. L. Frost, day.
_1Id *n for UM eek 1 rtk>. .( Diana director. today urged flationary trend in costs of con- I weather man. said ho could sec Van Navarro of Nav< rr... Inc.1 I DECISION SAID HE WOULD home purU.

e MW nljr n.aat4uklper. \o fill resHeala to mall in their coin tttruction.. i: Arab Ammunition : horizontally but that the two ceiling to ranged five miles from, Duval street, who has following: J REGRET ITIliylb j They are:
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Rear Aduaral Carl f Itlrli.
McAndrews' toward a.
inflation the talk car Key
III. VMAJM.. tt if the land," Mr. Gandolfo said last in West West stopped to help the victims %...-!.tr 4 Prvwit USN. 'UllRJU of tile lives
The Key was
fog on
of Wiilum W prtnrtitl. headquarter as quickly as
"and I have fought and succeed1ed I In Palestine :January 21, 1945 of the accident and rude WASHINGTON Jan. 26Iitrold -- ing Command Atfbottrho )bet.
The <.!. WM Mlrrtrd bi<.u..e. possibly in my fight to keep inflationout 1 I with McAndiews and Mrs. Milkand
thr MtwBi CM b.* used .... Sat With but five days left lathe of the assessment rolls of Yrdav Mid bnaiu* grr ttfnt annual campaign. receipt Monroe county. My objective al- JERUSALEM: Jan. 26.-Today British Cabinet pal Hospital in Pritchard's am- Republican nomination for Ad**__ W. K Mlillit
president announced thathe
.... *f .| ynirr will rwme nit figure art Jagging despite ways has been to make assessments British soldiers seized a cache'of bulance. today USN( command. rf Mk IM.Ii .
W edit Iheif. .liklluULuuu .. C.mndha.a'sswr accelerated collection in the that will hold firmly in ammunition that had been "McAndrews looked pretty had decided to run in the V)t'r t..rr., A........ ....... voi...
ilwnll) sad twday" last few day Beggett said normal times, and thus assure brought Into Palestine by Ar- Holds Meeting\ bad". said Navarro today. "He (Continued On Page Eight) abu departed. tot Nmfcint
I that. U each of the com f elder the solidity of the counyts real abs. Twenty-one Arabs, believ- i j *I was cut around the head and had -- Rear Athnsr.1 J- Pep, J. .
Al the lurHuic ..4 U* CityC.'IMMIXXIUM delivered to all Key West estate. In adhering to that prac ed to have been active in having : an injury in his chest. He wa USN ttiiwnanrfer. at Yes eslhslir
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| HHt. ...w nuhl the home are returned the drive bee, hundreds of investors have the ammuniton smuggled About Franc i iI( conscious::; but didn't say line Force. AllanIT. Flre4 k.lIycetetdssy
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l.it Urfljtrl slid tnr Iwlwrtw urdiAMirr will go over the top. been attracted to Monroe county across the border were arrested: .... thing"Cuy anY-I 1'1111)eralltr's/ five ........ Paa.+ ....
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arlirtfuled. !. Ire Business place whose hundreds of others n.TY. a..el a P.,1 D. Canal Zagse. i.M. ear- 1. .
are run* collectors be and many I Six other Arabs were appre- ; LONDON Jan. 26.The Brit- Manager Ralph 7.30 A.M. E.S.T. r
....*. TIMII, .M alas |.... as ............. lzmgIM coma filled are asked to call in the Florida Key, including : hear the Hospital when the ambulance her Mrtuei .I luhri
dale si. the. e4.vt.l. .'"1..... March of Dime 1437, and Key West which i> now exper- : of Sir afternoon Stafford to Cripps about report his: arrived, assisted in unloading Station1Janla : .v r her New L,...... t._mmR
Ter Mk... ............ was they will be picked up at icncmg Its greatest progress"; I PAINTING and : to McAndrews and the others. 21. +v.r A4mw ....... P fe.cue. ..
taken up al. ire Ist aietting of i one and other collectors put MI. Gandolfo explained that he i AUTO BODY WORK I un-uccess-fiil the French attempts government persuade not- 'I "McAndrews was con:cious lilIPg.., -7itirmingharn USN. lit* s.mwlsas.r-n. I lest arta/n. w... in their place uis bitn able to attain thai goal By Expert Factory-Trained Men I !to devalue the franc !I and looked me straight in the :23i.mark Ierr.tsn1M I .'res.Atlem .
ik.Land. l. |.ffMtt. the vmml. 1 i i"1" ''xtauie twice a year, during the i REASONABLE PRICES fripps returned from Paris I eyes.*. said Spalding. -14, c Fleet .**x"... to hw/e
........ .. Mi* a fMlht. UudyTh ,.dr# ,.even years he has been in : Saturday, and told briefly about When Sandy. Caraballo, Key no:."", __ ___hh 13 i Key Weal taR .ess fex M.M
-- 0-1' IVXVXKKO, Incorporated Buffalo ___ 12r'harleston !
.. llle pveea.4 ......A' rice. he and his chief clerk the determination of the French I West garagemen who was sent 1Wk.
quftlbm la l. rirterminrdf Frank Robert have checked-up i Opposite Bus StationaAWu (Continued On Page Four) for the McAndrews car reached -- Its I Vice A<.....rl ....... K few
+e whsUsst ..... .....f. nvitnu POOR OLD CRAIG on building activities througout i -- 1 the scene he found the car about ('hlCa1Q __. Inr'orpus Ixl l USN r..........'i rf *9 !*..
.......... lit Ks Weal were r,.nUw SERVICE STATION the county from Flamingo, now I U A h A AAAAAA AAAAAftAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAA.AAABINGO I 25: feet off the highway. and Chrian _' Sitt ibbtan Sea li.MM aniseed ... .sir I ty' Itrptr m the Everglades National Park i b headed north. Caraballo said )"nver ... 7.Ietruit have rt+sise here. h__ ...se'. .
Division Phone
Francis 9134
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......"_ IA Flit ....... hat('I. at to Key West. And after he of that thieves had stnpped the 13 i Cil Z.MM>. wiN awaelI tLt o
_4 1.....,. ..... aa.... 211 Lt sent CHAMPION iheKed-up on new buildings 0.I new Kaiser car, stealing the radio 'a.t l Paso 41 iv.. .I c f ..... .1NaaN a/ Net
i4 all tt *". ...... ta the oily Uul..nI. Motors SI27.00NOTICE I ()() Mr. Ganctolfo tailed on the own GAMES and other easily icmoved .n. Worth 3J! IIOa wiHrar his stBrell. M....torstout.
.... aa.I.. ..!... t.*nUrt ors of the new conjunction to. fittings. aivecton 41 .
.._'\.tw k t..MM.lrrd HM - dIScuss costs with them to ua This morning X-ravs wrrr .J..It.l'nv.l1e: 3ft I I A...rl JeoM Mvile.
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.. per noM .1 .11 he Key WedI..de rid': on fair and sound .a de-I a taken of McAndrews/ head. Thepictures ":"".a:' City 1&'fr.y [Its, USN. reaoawMidrr .4 ('MeinDvwsn
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s iaet. aM ........-od (Kit mcnto. Tuesday( and Wednesday E did not show any frac- West 57i IT. AtlsaAsr VsI. re.
N turn* m .*>... U UK th. 1} When Mr. Gandulfu 1 tures. It is known that Im: other Key Los Airport SIr. I aril hoe. wilts t4a.rMrr. .--oj
s5 .4 to rift i.e wising She. : office in 1911 the county's as- injuries consist of a probable i .. Angeles__-_ -. .--_ the r mrt cavrtet. Mar .. N...
........... Iiei. a ...........n lot ::smcnts; totaled only $2.500.- (JANUARY 27TH and 28TH) 'I puncturing of the left lung. and I I Miami\ svIJte_ .. 6.-3. H *o. ..... N ........ tdl a..rWent.
thr asrlralry 1s.l.t 000()) In all counties in Honda at s.l several broken rib .
I...sl.se./i.n.e. Tsai lh.a .talinw Hy mutual content the un that t.me a-K: ;;CosmenU: : were a ou( Comdr. A. G. Gibbs chief surgeon I Minneapolis M 21- I Rear Ad.ssei lists ...... HI
es4.d ie .M l4 *."*. fac pee 4cn gned have dissolved part jumbled mass of inequalities. 8P.M.tiIIIlP.M. I at Naval Hospital was hew mpbts Orleans 3.1tiew the B-M Mo4II e( M......... .ofWaahiRlIl
M. .f IM .....e. MtdiaMK ifH nenhip (In the Key West Floor Same parcels were assessed for plof called to Municipal Hospital this : York .. Iii I Ir.nrf..lk -. kt. sail at .w Itov.l
... mM M..l the prrrrntt Covering Company. In the leos: than one-tenth of their I : morning by Dr. Leonard H. Con -_ 26 AMC BMC a4 eta (*(MHX vkot*
.... ..4gar.. shwprc, of th. future the business will be I,, ":alue The legulatur: then elf : ly for a consultation In M Andrews Oklahoma City- 38 I he .to Hi. .Mot of Caf .....ek. .ttL.
ssfv uses re4alie.h MHll.t passed l a law putting real property Q case. Comdr. Gibb seem- Omaha .__ 11Pensacola .. O.tMMt. gels r *' it ...
>...T_ am ......r.w ntayU operated solely l by Morris E. on ;a 100 per centaluation ed to be optimistic over McAn- _no .30Itoannk th* flying ...... .....
.jtHMMtnl fin (P..eKAVCT Eighth: Slut who will assume and beretponsible !h.i", which ended a condition drews chance of recovtung .. 17St {II Il.vr. A 4.rl H__ ti.grs/wu
-- for all obligation ( on taxpayer'* pn-fitmg at I I I Louis t3S.n I,I Ill N. tassel n1 .... toHwr MN.., I II tI
... ...........a and debts of aid business. the expense of another I ARMYNAVYY.M.C.A. Francisco .- :SI I Rb.i4 a MIN sad w N theiWr '.
Thiouqh the exercise of that !I '''-m Antonio 325c. !! Ir.iIU" .. TlMtrodov w h'h, h.
J'I'Clt() ) 'l'IINI..tJl: P haled, thi 2t1h cUr of .JAnu- l Law and the ciuMlh of the Flori- 1 I PI' BRADY'SCHolciTpOULTRY ..iU.' 33'I ::' fiilH her a CMWtMMMMkt .f Itour ..
.l la K. Monroe ruunhU;- '. .
M -- : OA1fjtu --- ary. A. D. 1161.MAUJ1ICC :vs- .11"n" .sr'e 33 4 Art*
essi.Knt: today ;> $21000000) r"'I.pa SI i C>n S. .rd y. Adwu u..-.t
foii"hl."u Sr Irrd E, STUTZ. But what a buy at $24000 1 I \V:.,;"n.,1..n 7 1: and Pleat AeMMorb .Pfco o ... t
_...... al n.. *. *.. ...... LUppwI : SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN.PRESIDENT'S (4)0') Mi Gandolfo dct lared. 540 F'dl r *.. a* <...i f. .1) <<< I IAdeII.
; 1214 White Street Phone
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of ray V*.m* Navel. BMT bvO i
IrO'I')\ SALE 42 Club Plymouth Coup f PALACE THEATER"Sirell II tiswrreea. .If puN aa4 tilt a. .
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GRADE AA WE&TEKISSTEAKS
BIRTHDAY BALL i Both 41 Can DODGE.Include 4-DOOR Radios! 3' bwngorctl by ; G Itr", oft."t'r.11 Pr.:. J.K.. 1..11"1 K.< -. 1_ ..' ..." '

Oppnit' Sonny Tufts and Ann Birth with mm h Uu4l t..s.. .. ..
Casa Marina Hotel NAVARRO. I nc. Bus Station I LADIES' AUXILIARY' VETERANS OF natured baM.. dos .n, -.. ..

__ -- I II FOREIGN WARS, NO 3911 noun.
911 Charcoal Broiled
SPONSORED BY JAYCEES and JAYSHEES PRESCRIPTIONS :KiT.1.?:.!.": :'T" i for I 1 MARALOYMufflers. t >t

lUitiff .,..... to the March of Dime Compound: f hartnarlfit'-b) KXIM, rten-.d i I WEAVER'SSTOCK Tail and Exhaust Pipes BestPaintSold

.\.lml-iout Ll.tMl) I'rr I'4'ron (Tax Iiirliuloil) GARDNER'S PHARMACY Benefit of !March\ of Dimes for AU CarsRoy's *. -- .
Phis. til for Reservations 1114 DiTision St. Csr.: Varela ISLAISD Key West Auto Parts SI KINK llMHt.K: \ \K4TELCPHONC '
I(121 Duval St Phone 442
Phone 177 Free Delivery
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I- : r The Citizen: published" story Friday: ; C -c ; 1 ," Nazi 1IINfllANt(7lI

"eIUIA =- = --- Autos Ib4iiBRUSSELS.AP ; \ .....................*.. ,
r,. T. Ctt.a .t&dIuE about the differences or opinion between I __ ......- .S5
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: the Democratic Belgium '" \ # -- ,- ., .et ... ...... revv s ,s. At. I ...
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Dsd, .....,.. c..tr tIieV! Republicans in congress over the best I imported 46,765 .t otor- ars in I : ; _.a__..soids,4_ dsIss.u.--Sa, I$.a.5 --. wme4 -,- ...l1taga .",,,,' _

947 :against 10754. l 1ftS.Qffi.! < : wri.... ...... bsIs ha.s.. a( !
was.d. 'I'1te
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.. at a., ..... Y.q14 u .4 cIaae t\el' way to stop inflation. : : S5115S .. .
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eial statistics--shew, f3lThe \ -' i. J{ : .- .. ... 5,5,4.sad ..n... wOft t". .... I Giemsa' wSi .. ... .......--
..__ .. ..R .&.ecI4TtD raaiet. With inflation staring the United United''States suppfcfed 18-" .. aSs ..psv ...,.. .Ig...- ..1lb. ...... saiIrV bR." bt..... ..

1M .... .A..._...............Prwe.. aU&.s.s..d..a dmjLcM., ..UU4 cn41t"t. States in the face one wonders why an 625 cars (3,407 in 19i5>:; OJOi : i 5.1.0-c.. "'=..:.-t.-== .:: I I1E55 M*,.

.. .. .... ......... .,.4d.4 .. .1. .....r. u4 not be reached in Washington were from Great Britaftf X3.82 1 : f55S5O54 .4.-- -- -
.... ... .....1 .... piWMk.d k.t. agreement can in 1946)); 14,862 from France 3. Tnl\'" MHtTHIUlf' *

$CMCRirnai" RATKI to adopt a measure to stop the 236 in 1946)) and 3,177 (ram other LETTER TO PRESIDEJCT' '
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Ha M L" spiraling of prices.A countries ((237 .. I Editor The Citizen:
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| a*.MM __ will be passed and signedby > :<" The following i is a l'I9py *C a
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.Ii ........wU.._.. Litter I sent to the President: I AfMAMI puera .
, *.***> ,the President. One need not entertain t Dear Mr* prekldent: a..... L. Nsrs..a- .,.........

.DRU3 .ATES any doubt about that eventuality. Causeof Radio Programs h three WJJW,., 13w u--, ..- Lu 1___

w4. __.w.PCL. .. '& Ueat'" is because neither ; -- :::..;( ,::: i. Enclosed f.7P are fur M.'.. c......, ..e P .i,.
delay One ,eac
thus far party notes. '
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TWRLu lIIitF7Daytime;; .... ? .i .. ,_u .. .
,,saIs -= .. tk& r..IutIoaS. has both eyes on inflation. One eye is on ; 't. 3...YI f. Al A I Truman and fine tr ,**W I Idaughter' ... P 11.w*. .... .ff P.
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.ts., WILL Margaret
,fcf;:1-Ks .*44t.eV Ik. rs*. .* iS "p.c. a* >II... the voters with each party jockying in : Summary f them with eaas.ments. M.. New V..ta C U **ae ..
........ .U* .s..r M__t by e.srss "... t ..Iected programs as list.4J>.low ; rept with my .1......>... N, T 4. .-." *.. ,
b. d.m.4 ss I attempts to get the credit for readjusting an broadcast at the same ttm Monday I .
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;': n- !::: *. fr sH a4 :. .: 44.- >>through Friday.Tim iavasUrntandartf. i- aspAteue ....
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4 s.. d sbJ.ts .1 : our economy. For central standard sulfcR I Ten years ago one of the N... Ya'k =.:.... ........
::= *s4.':b ..! a.I pbUe. a.caIDO : tract on. hour; for mauntaui'CtMd-. notes would have purrHaafd IMT .
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...-......,..- But public resentment will bring the rd two hours. \4' I haiii at ....... Wra ..

.. ... __..:I .._ __ _..L__ _,_ __ !_ ; you. a very tin wf* tee. or ....
jocxying 10; an enu. in nu inner: place in 2 JAtWbft; "" would have gone a fenf way* ...... .. WI.... .I.-J 4
JAN. THROUGH
( IMIJIUIililMTIABTOCATB J ron KEY WEST the country is public sentiment felt so I -" iMemutg I : V towards building your new Hak .... Chni-I< 1.. 4le' 1.4.sursa .

; porch; for Mrs. Truman. a .bwiI > t .... ..
if I acutely as in Washington, and when that .. _
f BY n S CITUUI :Honeymoon in :N. T.-nbc It I tiful fur coat for tauhlr Ur-
Breakfast Club--abc tjk .. ; ha' .- WeDr
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sentiment becomes sufficiently the ) ri
strong 915-Ok4aho.n, Eoundupe5t1:30Ozark g..rea years vocal 1I'afftiAC. t... I. fls..... ......

j L Ito BoUb and ApartmcnU. Administration and Republican leaders Valley,: Folks-.;.,. '. *, I I Today these will nut pwntIHr. 51 ... I "'$ .ks.ar

1. rrirti tad B.tikin< r.vllioa.t. will come to an understanding. 10:00-Music Fred For Waring'\ \ou; -Show cLII -njwx' .'"..'* 's a loaf Qf bread either in C...... ..... d r1k.a.. ..

Aby.,t -,*.... *ni EeL y Story Drama-abc I ,- qw1I or the Unted SUtec. sa J--. ,a.. .: .....
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Meanwhile prices continue to increase 'aJ
4 CMattsid oe of County and tO:25-Eett7 Crocker Talk I : i Several weeks ao ......... Wete

Cftf Cr niineoU. due to profiteering and racketeering. 10:30-Half It Hour With of ilU3 SriaIs.c45say c-mb* G a letter from the N.Uwu4 Mn-' .... KISSPF, ,.14Jtewo. ....

about increased ----- r of Yunn Kwnmtac. .rlirei4 ...SOa.b. ..
L CaBOMOit Auditottum.I Complaints prices are 11:00-Arthur Godfrey Show- >bs vcrsity n.
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Breakfast in Hull.woud-abO.! 5 AIA gt,4&se ...- .. .. .
heard by dealers who have nothing whatever I China. On thi letter yea .. "e -s

11:30-Ben Alexander Show tob -
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500 in postage. Ten per set, lLu.-ti. ... 17 v-_ ..
to"do with the increases. Those dealers U':4!>>-Serials :'4 hrs.-cbs this would have reprrentrl *. .. .. I.y I. .......

are the retailers. Afternoon -- -- I ordinary f man's hope for a Hsw- ........- III .. ..... a. .I5t A111te

MONOGRAPH But 12:00-Welcome TraTelers. ginmtimiinmpmnnnimiiiimnuiiimiiiniiiiiniiniin I time savings. Today; it *. Ws' ".., ..- ..... .' ..
the
as public does not come into >Kal .Smith 1S1MOoIli.smll.U:30VoroJ ,
EdlaV.. Puley.Wadngtufl. and Music-nbc 'amount required. far air seeM ....y PWtL I. M ... .. ....
contact with the producers and the middlemen D 4ily B.,nd Concerts-nibs Key West In i postage to deliver ese .l.tlat _

D. C. complaints of house wives do not 1:00: -Concert Half Hour-nbc from Kunming. China to Cleve o.. .....t W ,..os-w11l of Up

Sir: reach their ears. The retailers are the 2QO-Four-ii.u-p4: Queen fora Vay-t-n.ba S.r4l3j-nba::| I r land. .iutI_ ...... ..t 'ai' w.w .

crumulatinff a million dollars 2:30:! -Bride and Groom-abc Days Gone ByAS True vou can say thfced $ ha'n .... Vrll. 0auessue ...
Alter butts of dissaticfaction in the increase in iaIilq :: L-crds-tObs in China. True ...*. y w na - -

In the commodity market through prices but retailers are at the of '3a3-bdb.: \ Nbthhig-ebs* # say it. can't happen .here: .hail I _
mercy Ladles te Seated-abc TAKEN FROM FILESOF .... has $III'S111 I. a
in' *iU. Information while a government the men who produce. and handle the S:30-Ttl. HOf1S4t Party-cbs THE CITIZEN OF indications are tht: 1 H .... -e. ,.. ale ..--.'-_ I Ibte
1'aul Whiteman Record-abc, Whether or not it d iea ....... .
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official. M Stawn chargex. you avow food JAN. 26. 1338animmuiiiirauuimmuiiirammuiiiimiumiiiimn c.- v'.o a -
on its way down to consumers. 4.00-Hint Hunt Quiz-cbs hasat-
is dependent upun your .
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Iti ... at sa ..,t.I. ,11k.as
of yourpeculations as 4.30-Winner Take MI-cb
rentiaaatloa Naturally when retailers have their Treasury Uatul Ebow-ixbc Through This Daily ship. ....... ... ..... ,he ......

MOM a4 you I leave the trovernmunt. Take prices increased, they are forced to 4:45!>>Kiddies Shows 1<4 hr- (west Stor.e Church Service Club, at BIBLICAL BULLETINGIFTS 1is too bad that you airsed I try .... uew -''" .. : ...
pass repeats 1 hr. later)-mbs ..... .. .
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much time Utkimc .
Without Inside information its last meeting decided to ask so hw ....t .. ..
you uely
rare the 5:00-School of the -\Ir-ct
increase )
on to the ultimate
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pur of infiatttwi anH e ,
the city to erect traffic signs in symtoms ....
Hour 1
Kiddies (I'repeats jy. OF GREAT VALUE: LI'" vue aa'a.- -
may lo*. what you have made. chasers. The blame is higher up. later)-abc Key West. Speakers said that I :1 about the real cawse: *M.i ... ... : *.uehi .. uea.aasha ,.- .. ....

THE ORACLE.; 6:45-Lum and A.bn.c.ast the signs were greatly needed, Across the sand, the Wise Men: .i t' cure. .. rt... ..a .wki.c..
particularly in benefitting tour- I | It is no doubt trwe that ...... .
carried ...
It is
J always pleasant to
receive NETWORK PROGRAMS ists who are here. A committeefrom Gifts of frankincense and 1, 1 people do not have an vese-, A r DAVVa. .

'. money from unexpected sources to applyto Time is eastern standard. Forccn. the club took up the m"- ; gold; I standing as to the reel! ... rs YS.J-a' .11ih "'I." a7k. ,

q HIGH COST OF LIVING unexpected bills.INITIATIVE tral; standard sibtract on.$fitting Ttr ter today with Mayor WilliardM. ,i While the shepherds followed I i lof inflation and I am beaiea4 ...- s. ..
mountain standard subtract two ..
think that thet.me ..... .
to
hours.. Some local stations change Albury. J starlight. ChawI...! I .. .
hour ot relay to fit kuat Kfitdiilti.Last I ment can be equally welled aepls .
of United i On their way, as we've been, J&t I.. I...
N.w the people our own minute program changes cannot
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SOLVES PROBLEMSFor be included. Miss Marie Cap pick Monroe : told. I to you. that yeas Chav-a.... 'I
FUtrc are warned that there will be an I I every voting citizen! ewwM or
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'. county chairman of the Florida Wise Men bringing costly prcsj -- --
rerafv of 10 pound' of meat less per MONDAY, JANUARY 26' .. Historical Society has an article -j ents would read a copy of the book1 -

rw..... durIng the year 1948. The Secretary some months to come, accordingto Ev.nisg65ON.w in The Citizen today telling I I I To the Son of God abo'e.j 1, let Fiat Money Inflation to EATSNewINd( C
FranC'e'written 1912 b Andrew
the president of a large oil company. about the convention held in Were you wiser than the slwp- in >
.f Agriculture Anderson says that Report li Mln.vnbaNewscast Dickson White. co-fvun of CANDYLoses6SLbs.
the demand for petroleum products will Kv .ry Day-cbs St. Joseph Florida, to arrangefor j herds. .
meat rationing may be necessary by Network Hoar Silent iiourabeeastxiddies -abOwest the admsision of the Territory Who could only bring their- der of Cornell Cntv..yThere .
Irepeal) '
continue to the .
: outstrip available supplies. etworIt Silent 41 ,br. mbs-east of Florida as a state in the I love? would be terror in t
$pril1' Among the reasons for continued Kiddies Hour (repeat t=nibs-wist Union. The convention was held For Complete Details Reed: hearts of everyone who. wvwM Wear Si*. 12 ..gi4s \
expansion
haven't ':'> Sports Music Time-wbcrla j! ,.... *
Mo more wttfc
Hvly ***, we any read this and it .hi.--- -
of the demand he cited the high level Uy Opinion. Talks-_ba 1ochlcao -, 100 years ago. The representatives -' compare ua. i. s ... ..' ..... --0
eiujble way of getting food to the public *:>>- Orcfleat.ra-cb.-est from Key West at the con- St. Matt. 2:11 (1004)) the statements now being m4e .... ... -- a SIa. .
of industrial activity, the record numberof Lum & Abner npeatbswcat bv people in pubhc office (Mclw- ,-,. ,,,",, 'a' a
vention were William Marvin .... .
methods rationing? Luke 2:15 ((1070)
than by, Uly of ':45-Newqrest: St. 11 w- -
by
TureeobcL.eeIi.Tbow.ts I t
saMthestiam .
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f motor vehicles in operation, the rapid and Joseph B. Browne. To reachSt. ding yourself as 8 ) a ''t. e-4a' -
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There U plenty of food in this country 7.00-Supper Club-nbc-basie trspvai-Li-cbs.i.. Joseph, they first travel! for their jetttsonmnc ew. ,.....- isa .. b..... SP .. .I..
postwar mechaniation of agriculture the Publishers-The Monthly Booklet 5.5 -
and in the world Th* BeuTah: Show-cbs boat New York and then cial and economic *y t.in.
there Isn't reason by to
any News and Commentary I "Enjoy Your Bible"Read s- ..
steady increase in oil burner installations I I wish teeM --
, Fulton t.ewls. Jr.inL.s7:15News by stage to their destination.Nina t every person .sd., .4
why every American fatally shouldn't I and the rise in the l and mment-nbc read the booklet 'High Prtc*.". = .; --; aarpa :: :...:. -
number of diesel loco- i' .... ..
hate enough to eat-and enough moneyto Jack Smith and Song cbs the Classified Ads in The just written by FA..4atpec.which a.ir' -- ar
Cal
motives in operation.At ilutily Commentary-abe Welcox Putman has .. ..
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Citizen. exelkt S.
gives an picture sues.-e q.
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News Dinner pat mbs
for plenty of good food for the : *-
in issueof I
pay the same time, he said that thereis 7:30-Th. House Party-nbc an article the current of the real reset o< mt*.- ::cnw.:::-
family But. when a Washington taxi cabdriver Dob Crosby Club-cbs, Collier's about Key West and l '
nothing in the picture that the indus- nabc. ,. LEGALS i, tion lonmnwMeol Lptoe4with ; :
the father of five children. ten 4 Henry. y Taylor; mbs other Florida. Keys. I j a budget seek .* fw jr ....- ... ..trra :1
try cannot solve by its initiative I .
own and 7:4&! Kaltenbora Comment-nb9 Weit .
you that he has to buy a dozen eggs and x Kd Murrow :Ne-.s-cbs The shuffleboard courts t 'OT..-.: \IIKII KIITITHM H lion dollars. ,.. w ... ....
competitive ffort if it i is left unimpededby stsiis T TlTiN'TlCI' 1 I cannot belr-e I that wee are
Sports Comm"nt-mbs i ...... ..
fire of milk for his children a s aM e-.e- s- 5-
:iVKX thatI
day Club
quarts a which the Rotary constructed IIKUKMV .
I governmental controls. aoo-cavaleaje! of At>eria-nho I IS ,.. ... so unacquainted e >th hiMori 8'Mt __ oars sa a. s.--. ,__ _
Inner Sanctum. M>&Ur>-iba in Jackson Square, were reported lh- nit'lt-rmKiml.: firlinr. .gage: ."h .
and pay high rent for a small house can- in I"u"ins un.l lr ,b. ft. ntn.u" to know the tate of eve
That i is a point of top importance. The Clot Falcon Arquette Skit-al c today to be attractingmany ; ....m.. ..f "1'1antaI..n I'cy ....to.l I..
Hoi help but wonder how he gets by. Thisvery Adventure--mbs .
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and <>.. Tanir. Klori.U.: 1..1 > Tosrni.r. -
both adults
Government controls 8-30-Howard narlow Concert nbo players .
whether ..
they took *- int-nil* f register ""ui l Ti.
day, a cab driver told me how he Godfrey. Talent Scvuti--vbsOl children. : .ti..u". hamwith. iti- the form >i Cales Sb..w-abc .
of rationing allocation I .' .
or price C..lt Omrt "f M"iir unt\
and his faithful wife make the grade. Charlie Chan ly..terJr-n.b. i, ....riti... WHAT A ftUIEFFINAIietAt TOQVftUfSMOOTttCO
j limitatioins could not and would not adda 8.55-Five Minutes. : News-cl.s The WPA announced today I utt,,l January 1.1. I4: *.
, They go whorl on their own food and Billy Ross CwmentmbaOOOVoorlres N.Nr: ; ,.nt1I pn OUT Mfftrl A CAM
single barrel of oil to available supplies.In Concert. Guest-nbc that $25,000 had been allocatedfor I'I S.ir ..ar.-c
clothing, and mint of the necessities! of JtadKt Theater Hour il in "SS
> proposed improvements I jan1l-I -!$:f >hI.
t fact, as experience has demon On tale "merica-abc _
1. lit.. _. Ujbriel Hcatter : Army Barracks: and the Fort \o4
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strated time and \irne again, curbs on the !( lTHK I IRIS IT < Ol ITT IK. Tillj -: 1 fwseS.
Life I Taylor reservation. 1001.300Aato
There In tvo disguising' the fact that Dran.arnbs9:30Dr. I j l-l.l-\ i--iii .Jllll l\l. I IHf I ITI
free market always have the effect I.. Q. Quiz Show-nbc fitTIIK: SI C'S *; 5)5lI Itllllt%. ,
of ... ...._ ....
the im>*t feriouft question t before the Ani- S-.n. K.s. "' "- IX "It Kill: 'K,\IIOK I 01 \Tt \ :
\ discouraging production for the simple iii3id.yni ,:* Urauu.s-n.b.;; Albert DiNegro left this morn- ( .'I.IIIU"I'. <'" %" iias: and Ptrs ul Law* -r
..,kan Nation .U TIlE HIGH COST OFIi'IN 10:00: -Contented CtJ t'ert-nbr ing for Florida City to visit his < atrn." ll'2-i; .
and basic reason that they hamper individual Mr Friend Irma. klt-.bs I | : .tlii-! : s.'t' Isiv: \:.. I u'vs...:
( It U more' important than Secretary Ralph :Norman 1..slabo. daughter Mrs. Carrie A. Crow- I| CRhKN.; : iUii.infI I COAUV1ERCIAL.CR.ED1TT a
initiative and restrain healthy Fish and Hunt Club-mb. xv SPISTISISntvsi : ,
competitive son.
.f State Mar.hM1i' plan to save Europe ,' ,'Ni- KI'UAUI'i <;ihr.N: II PLAN
f 0:30FredVarlnlf
Mustv-nba
forces. In the I _ _ _
face of shortagesof Screen Guild I'lay..n.-c.l.s: I -f. ......... aOspS5t ,
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the Ize of President Truman's
$ or ? Karl Uudwm Talk: OltllKIt sulII Itl.U
-abc ; STIllS
Miss Lou !
DeBoer
critical materials, the oil industry has l>anc ISar.d Time-mbs Mary left 'To: Ia"....n< K-J..a... ir.-.-u. 421 fl.miaq S..... a. -
this for Miami to visit ..
10:4S morning 4450 iIhlIsi.Sflu.
-Buddy Weed Trio
budget.The met a record demand with | --abc
remarkably Arl.oiBv.. Malaii, I5lIUE; 778
other day Mrs. Eleanor KooseT !: .11OO-:News & Variety 2 hrs.-nbc relatives for a week. .
You ar.b.r.Sv
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few dislocations along the Newsariety.. Uam.e ;2: bra. cba ai>-
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T. exprewetl 1 her fear that war with complex line ls>..... and fIance H'lIIr-abc pear in the Hill ..f l.oplai-uI. forIia.re .
of supply that reaches from the News.; Dane Band 2 hr.mtjsL2OOlsncl Today The Citizen says in en in -slo.ve. Stied usmiwor
llu. U 1 U brewing. At the wells to ,. ..5 fi.r.h.- r.lh day ..f V.4-
time the
Mime C editorial .
the service station ? President and (:'ongres* were not tryingto and the fuel tank. It r "It's the friends you make I .. .Ibcr.-i.. will he Sal.II ...
has proven that it can make TOE) Al'SANMVERStlIES that make onfeuwol.Thk :
minimize the dangers of the United Nation every facility ; you. i rr.Ur it I.. IM- SMil.livht.1 n
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perform the limit of service n<-- a t-k f.r f"ur < MIIk >-
and it is ,,_ .
folding up as a failure.Anyone I ,
building Your n. i.nblihhxi I,. ic.t\ -
new ones *
who minimizes the serious as rapidly as it can. (Know America) HorosctijM rlonila.l .
I And no one Ls seriously 1725 Patience I l>..... .iixl trdfrel ISIs %.'h ..."
dc. that suffering for wantof Lovell Wright, I..f ..
T* hang over the United Statesa January. A. I' 1-1. .
, I oil. modeler in wax who when net MONDAY. JANUARY 26, 1948 <:' -:.'i.) n...., a S A s T
a result of the war: -isn't thinking husband) died, took her three -This day brings a rather retiring -t i.I herS ..f in. <.tr....,> .'....". .
I ;M'.nr-x a..aa.I.FI..rad.
I ,',alht. And at the very base of the children to London and openedup disposition but there is a IU': f.l!> tsth--! .; :N.ll..; ,, II
I AN ABUNDANCE OF MONEY one of that city's greatestwax faculty for teaching and a skill I -5.01. aI.-4.
whole trouble In jJ. .
our own country is the Y. t..irs-i-tt: IV
works in the mechanic arts. There is
; Revolutionary spy : So.hdt.r! I'.rtia.- 1'1.I..I.f'
Wth rout of Ih'ln. That great trouble also ambition and careful method .. ,
There is plenty of to there for Franklin in Paris bornin j..i..t.- : !I'
money keep all __ _... :
ran I.l e solved by sound statesmanship in the wheels of Bordertown. N. J. Died March that leads far on the road to is
industry j
and lobar whirl- which .1 1..1111. .
23, 1786. success however. will.be
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the White House and in the I Ifral
Halls of Con- inf around. The i STRONG ARM BRAND COTTEEj .
money supply is now 3 1824-Horace C. Wilcox, tin long before the purpose is fully

'lea'. times the pre-war supply. We don't know ware salesman to Meriden Con- accomplished. j TRIUMPH ICE

just who it i that has counted it, but estimated necticut born in king Meriden.of Died silversmiths.August COFFEE _-- 5 i.
LABOR BILL IS WORKING
WELL reports ni Washington show the 27 1890. Political MILLat CuarantmlI

volume of money Is above 111,000,000- I 1831-Mary Mapes Dodge. author I ./ PL'KK:
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The new labor law has achievedmore of the juvenile classic Announcements
000 and stil

popularity in ita operation than any in the- ointment going is that up prices slowly.are The almost fly fHans time editor Brinker"of St. ,first Nicholas and long-Mag, I U All u u Grocers u u u uuuu u a ;I Place Your Refrigeration

other legislation passed by the last Congrew. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. ------ -
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double pre-war-and still born in New York. Died August
The Amercian Federation of Labor "going up". 21. 1905. MAY 4.. 1948

U making a miatake in attempting to defeat APPROVE LOANS >)JJoston 1838-Joseph lecturer Cook of his celebrated age born I Relief At Last I 1 REAL l l& BASIS

For Tax Assessor
Congressmen who passed the Taft- at Ticonderoga, N. Y. Died June County I

hartley law. Employers and workers including Approval by the Rural Electrifica 24. 1901. CLAUDE A. GANDOLFO For Your Cough MI .
labor union tion 1848-(100 years) George T. GL'ARANTEKl! : : :
have been helpedby Administration of loans totaling For County CommissionerThird HKIHK.KKUH: % M4K%"M K
Oliver. noted steel maker lawyer
Creomulslon relieves promptly because -I
the new labor laws. Employers and $5,124,000 to twelve borrowers in eight newspaper publisher and DistrictCLARENCE It goes right to the KM of th.trouble hI

worker, have been clothed with equal States for the period of January 6-12 has U. S. senator from Pennsylvanit HIGGS germ laden to help phlegm loosen, and aid anti natureto expel t i si = REAL ICE -S5

right to carry their grievances' to the been announced by the Department of a notable emplayer of labor. soothe and heal raw. tender. inflamed -
born in Ireland. Died
January For County Commissioner bronchial mucous mem- "
court for settlement.You Agriculture. The loans will branes.Tell to sell
provide the 22, 1919. Fifth District your druggist yon

borrowers with funds to finance rural electric -- 1887-Marc A. Mitscher, admiral WILLIAM G. CURRY a bottle of Creomulsion you must like with the the way understanding it- I: Thompson Enterprises 11M

may have a wonderful excuse facilities including commander in chief of the quickly allays the cough or you are :.
1,795
miles
of Atlantic Fleet, wartime chief of to have your money; back.CREOMULSION. .
for your failure but the world pays cash distribution lines to serve 5,043 farms famed carrier task force 58 in For Supervisor of (ICE I)1VISH)

only for success. _, and other Pacific. born at Hillsborough Registration I PHONE NO. $
rural establishments. for Coubs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis I E.. ...q. rua
Wise. Died February3. 1947 JOHN ENGLAND 1 ':imMuummmmwnna -
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MTCT TMT nopu.v JUWTEJr. scores a Antipope.. an AS "BLOOMED GIBL" she took en Cfleite OJ HER OWW. Nanette (bowsrtptac
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Florida's UnemploymentT ;14"4'.11"41'; I Bee, hive Club suet O/t Thursday.

Nick Kenny To Be :i. At tloinv Of Mrs. Frlncetlbl'r)"
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Trust Fund Totals $70 IC At JaycecJaysiiee .
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The regular meeting of the le Robison Gertrude Herrera,
Ball Bee Hive Club Thursday even- Jermie Curry Emma Curry Blo-
ing with Mrs. Albury Verna hey Valdez Leona Collins
Million Chairman Lowe and Erma Braxton 'as Louise Thompson, Edna MeLones
; Says; The Juniqr Chamber of hostess. : i Flossie At well, Julia
,I Conn end iU ,a il ary. I Business meeting opened with Knight and the hostesses Verna
:rltKHI WOHKKKS AIUritoircTKi :* .-. : the Jayshees announca elset prayer. Mrs. Varna Lowe Who Lowe, Erma Braxton and Frances -
where in The Citizen today was elected in December to the : Albury Paul Albury, hus-
) uv IN the U. S. Treasury. The total that they are sponsoring thpPresident's oftice of secretary' resigned and band of Frances Albury was
benefits paid to eligible unenploytd > Birthday Ball at Mrs.. Leona Collins was elected. present for a short while.
MH\MI: <<: : i'.\w run worker amounted to the Casa Marina Hotel onJanuary The business session closed 'and

fly I:\II'1A)% t.HS fSVmiMJO 193*. when benefit,from February were first l\\ veel The that organizations 30.with the $assistance also re- ,games the social and fun houV, began With'j; Far tv fll Puny

I a. Ik ..---....pp.... payable to the endq of December cf the Casa Marina's staff .! Mrs. Zena Felton won the pie Given O'RonrkesA
31. 1M7. i pan game the charade game of I
TALLAIsA>sl.ii, J.a. zL- they have secured the acre .
(''........, ....... .J/ ..r ........... Florida's trust fund into which t tall ices ef Nick: Kenny as master guessing. Louise prize was taken.. by I 1 1Ms farewell party was given
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M In ft* lI 1.... L. % an.M1 contributions are pooled and : cf ceremonies for the Thompson.\ [ Friday night at the home o
iaawtp..a
C ws1 ..... from which all benefits are paid i inn event. 1 Booklets of club members |I Comdr. and Mrs. M. E. Quinby
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"..... ........ W"' -4hta'"s |w.5. .u.&I.- U used for no other purpose I I Mr. Kenny is radio editor gossip were sold by the hostess { for Mr. and M.f John O'J turk:'.
.... ..*..|.... ...|>4 ....* ...... ...,. than the payment of benefits to I rf the New York Mirror and for a dime each j Wahingtolmd Mr. and Mrs.Augustus .
.At.t. b..... I..7 ..... La.., )pa lltatwgi. eligible unemployed workers in I! premises to biinq gala enter- Much fup was derived, by Wedderpurn, Falls
I.. ...... ... hats Florida. This trust fund is a {( fmrient WtH him details cf these booklets as each member; Church, Va. O'Rourke. editor of
....,a ... 1.t.. la t.M0.MN backlog against a depression. It j which vlU be announced at read the gossip about herself the Washington Daily News,
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I'............ lit UW a......w taa.u.r. insures unemployed covered i 9 later dale, This was the ways and means J ha three been weeks here with his"wife fur
I... workers likewise assures bust-1 the hostess had; of making
V MI4yaMNLnpp.satwtey SUMid ..,.,.nwa of a check on dimmih- ''T L :,v .&';.Y.. :1 money for the club. t>eli ious I Among those present at the
wr 31wi | refreshments of cookies hot oarty were Mr, and r.Irli. Eugene -
I ing purchasing Actually,
w h"' tw '-...... tottaa3 r.. power. I .
Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. .. 11- God-
if all industrial workers in the Stale white cake crumbs mixed chocolate and sandwiches were -
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dard Lyons roving editor
State were lald-off. their spend with me'tsd butter or mar- then iervtd Those ejyoying the is
: tr l..aN rot tar ,avert ing for nrrrssitie would not be garine and brown sugar, may bUfed' eeviung were Mesdames Zena the Reader's Pisest.
ws,.w,vts M last Mate, .
, hat rut off completely as unemployment 1. as a topping for appl asuce. Felton. Lillie Kemp. Nellie Rus- I -
tut ew'p..rfee. .. heis watrtbut.uwtills insurance would fill part The combination should bs put sel, Myrtje Sands. fl?ssie Tay- The Egyptians'h 15th
t. a. atatwyte of the gap caused by lost in abaking dash end heated in lor Pearl Papy Antoinette Rob- Century B. C. served ham and
I tMd ........"&.11 a rv ocviy I
a wit. Uer !*. wM a a.d MM*. watts" Smith stated. a.moderate.. ovn-.. _.. erts. Josephine Johnson. Camil-. eggs. .
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tw pyswat a. .an.por.d r For twenty years, the initial step in the gas rate in Key West 4
with U. pie-war 7fefW r a ,e- 4
..5$ J Initemn ..1" WhkbIW' ; has been S2.00. .. : 4
....t: M* ie/i..tad 1ft Incrttu.In \ L ,j- i l' 4.
lh. sue tf lh. a"UC. wrvkIjr : Since August, 946, s the'cost of the fuel used in making gas 1 t' :
wwinpl.'ymntt paymrntDufinc
IfrU $a.i .. rwii dolLtr : and the cost of the freight have advanced a total Qf fifty percent. AS a 4
.4 runliibutiunt rrmvrtl wMt4 -
| tot Mi to wrftts. The 1MTUK : result the Gas Company is losing money qpd must goon go out of the \

rwtoMHM .4 the Uw which : gas business unless these unusual additional expenses are shared by 4
pauvklyd |- seduced taxes un
wrrolls nrr JuIY I, l'4T were : the consumers. Therefore you can see the necessity gj increasing the
red irlrhtcd la the Ux 'colkc.
t5,4.. tMHI ,he fourth quarter of 1 price of gas sufficiently to reimburse us for the increase in Ute'cost qf I
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IM7. NI' *f Mch jdollar of fuel an increase over which we have absolutely no control.

cvntnboliufM rrrrhrtl WM paid 6
smut In brtirfit*. 4; The Key West Gas Company has an investment of approximately 4
When th. full effect of Iwte .
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a.lS 'n .rtfU will tr ...pproixt..a.brly )4

MuU.Tb t water heaters of more than $3BOOOQ.OO. We want tQ have you understand -
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am gas aW. wages M K-r the li.ag .
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1........ approxtmatrds a we are to continue in the gas business and your investment in gee 1

liana, ...... period the : stoves and other gas equipment is to continue to be of value. .
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Chapter 25 "Why should he miss his sleep about way I heard about Mac being I sirs =m
Sunday morning the because I'm missing mine?" de- out for a walk last night and I A..rt........ ..t.? tfcto bsal
BY snow manded the deputy. listened at coming back all tuckered,like he'd I will. t>. U..rt4 la Tb..Cltth .....w!.at =: .::t..r"
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had ceased altogether and the rats .f to a word t r
his door a while back and he was been taking stremious exercise. |.rtloa.. bit tk. .!.!... ckmrc !. rt cows
sun shone for the first time In four sawing wood a mile a minute. tbs lint li w.rd..e !- .. Slaw .. .
days turning the' world into a ""Well he can't sleep forever." BRANT was jolted.In the excite- Tk word.rats sad for th....mKlMMn....._ 'y..haC. la.4.!.a : fb ........ ..
dazzle of white.At 10. when Brant "Give me ten minutes Andy" he had forgotten Mac'smidnight lbs tint U ..... U i... .Mt..IM .......
Sounders begged. "Sit down and expedition. Now he remembered -
was' his breakfast the
thermometer having marked eighteen let me shut my eyes just that long. that Ella had said Mac AnBt ........... Ie ... seat.. -.- --.- --- ---- -
above, and You got nothing to do but wait might have gone out a minute or ... .f stew 'a adr s fli2.. Ira_.'I.se lr. ,
zero AI.
was. climbing Ed. hour i.r the flrMfee t ssrtLa
for r..oaslbls .al'
two before she awoke or an :
steadily. in Display a1... .I.g aalc the .e@sai ..... .. .. I
Saunders had been stationed
that
earlier. He remembered too
There was an air of cheerfulness part of u.. ....n........ wa.. gas enw .Ms
the lobby at 3 A.M. as soon as Mac had said earlier that evening.
abroad. a lessening of tension as Lola and Glenn Quarfield had -'ll didn't kill Crane ... I'd do it . . . ,. t . r tr.
if mankind and the storm gods had been brought from-a nearby beer now if I had the chance." HELP -S7 ANTE* renI94 *AL1rnrrlt &
signed a truce: Brant sensed.it in garden to the courthouse. His orders Looking at the congealed blood .
all the people he saw and spoke were to see that Rigby did
that covered the dead man's face J drs.lar .r
with. not attempt to leave town for it and skull. Brant reflected that If you're over 35. own a car neat ... _. .
During the night two locomo- appeared extremely likely that either a bullet from a heavy cali- and ambitious and can work S 11d.d. awlrawlr.Azle ... M
tives had driven f snowplow before the end of the day Worth ber revolver like Mac's,or a beat- to 8 hours per day and will flow -.- i
through from St Ignace, clearingthe would want to arrest the pudgy ing with its butt might have our methods well show I r-.
tracks. Information receivedat stranger for the murder of Crane. brought about that result you how to earn from SI JO t.. '
the railroad station over the "Relax." Brant said taking an- "You'd better arrest Rigby anyway $3 per hour. Year-round. Wrtt DAs..st Ils+astlt
newly repaired telegraph line was other chair.'"Sweet dreams." ." he said. or apply Watkins Product ........ Me ......f.5
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that a train from Marquette would Saunders' eyes closed and his "I'm going to get all the infor- 3434 N.W. T t
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arrive at 12:30 on its way.south, head dropped on his chest A mation there is to be had beforeI Call 1iW ...
and at 5 the train from St. Ignace gentle snore issued from his nos- arrest anybody. But I'll have jan23-

would bring mail and passengers trils. \ the hotel watched in case Rigby Food .......dMasgae6 ...
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from Detroit and lower Michigan.
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Lighting his pipe, Brant reviewed tries to light out"He HELP WANTED-MALE I &
Today or tomorrow it was said the crowded events of the sent Saunders to wake up .....- ==-
the highways would be open from night. Perrault and Sperry. and then .....
Marquette to the Straits of Mack- The finding of Crane's body had proceeded to hunt up Lola and Man experienced in toying ...... .
inac and the Soo. and there wouldbe meant only one thing to him. Quarfield. Later taking Maggie leum. Top wage *30 Diy....... ]WO ...... ...... ...... -
nomore isolated settlementsin I "Rigby killed him!" he had exclaimed along with them, they removedthe Phone 9232. jn24-K ;, J.M wrailll.ss Riw11 _e11ibsM.we.e
the Upper Peninsula.The his gaze held hypnoticallyby body to Perrault's establishment JiIIIIIa felt
shooting of John Macfar- : the crimson-iced corpse. "He on Fletcher Avenue without I
lane and the murder*of Charlie [must have. They were mixed uptogether being seen. OVER 82 AN noun! ......
King had been talked over so in that tenthousanddollar As the ice turned to watery gore Sell name plates for houM W riSe
thoroughly that no one had muchto blackmail scheme. or what- in the heat of Simon Perrault's National Engraving 212 Sum fIIe.k.. ....... ... .
say about them today. The mur- ever it was. and they must have stove Sperry made a cursory ex- men Boston Mass. nH.lta i dMm.bM i. .......SA.Ir
der of Ralston Crane was not yeta had an argument amination. Shop. 5.4 Oiut. a
matter of nubile knowledge. Sheriff Worth agreed that it was "Brain mashed like potatoes"
Simon Perrault the undertakerand probable. "But if they were after the doctor pronounced graph- SALESMEN WANTED ..-t11
coroner had been sworn to Mac's money a;hat would Keep ically. "He was beaten to death.
secrecy and was keeping the Mac from doing this?" The skull was fractured in a dozen Long needed invention. Preyed 1 ].sit )- .Ja art hw .
corose hidden. "That bullet would keep him places bv something round and I success. Powerful dem< nt .-j ...... .... ...
People said that Crane was a from it Somebody wa. in that heavy like the head of a hammer lion Every home, factory, i '>Fis.sylr Aa1. 11.01, J1
storm casualty and one fine day packing box as late as yesterday ." store, office a protprct. Law I Eheone M.
,in coring his body would be foundat evening reading rnv paper, which "How about he butt of a re- I price, long profit ExcfciMW.
the bottom of a snowdriftThe didn't comp out till four o'clock. volver Worth inquired."All .
Fine outfit furnished. N. deposit I wbagod ...d .a2.1d fai41Wksnsrs .
waitress who was taking That somebody was Crane. be- right like the butt of a re-
Lola Tucker's place in the North- cause nobody else is unaccounted volver. Get facts quick. WrHe Yt....radPsegd .....
land Cafe gave Brant his check. for. And :Mac has beer. in bed since "Which was it. Ma:2: e- The 384. R. C. Building Red CwMrt. Aerel tl t ..
Strolling into the lobbv of the the first niht of the blizzard." sheriff met her unwinking eyes. Inc.. Littl ton. CoWadu. I Ijaft26.lu ReM.. e.II lisr.A.wI II.
hotel he grinned at Rqy Saunders Worth drew a hand from its "Was it a hammer or a rUn?" /)+IM iNtK
Winking red-rimmed eyes in acl''r mitten to rub his nose. "You and i "Don't know" she said unemo
bv the window. Doc Soerrv know how to keen tionally.
APARTMENTS FOR t ...... ..
"No sign of him yet. Ray?" your mouths shut but in a round-I (To be continued) RENTI 1ti..s1 *. epeesSh,0. /
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-- -- -- Upstairs two-bedroutM 1.-......... 1ati..r L.r .f ...aaaM. ..

,' apartment, electric refrif....., .. '-v ___ ...
Job Placements In Florida Best Atomic hot "water gas Mute. ktAuw sipper ..tstatg1aIMiia
utensils. Seasonal. Apply ttM*
I. Division St. jaRH-aMc: '

Defense CalledVulnerability .ire tbM a,.. I 0 N I*"VVB fl HiMv
Increase 11 Percent In 1947 j; Upstairs twobedruoinapartment twat lea! ... .... 4Hv

clean aH impcm.. I Taw .. M. &wtf C. ->

FLORIDA UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION ;:I Seasonal menu. No only.chtWrrn Rex AK.s ur pees.' a.- r---=

NET.BENEFIT PAYMENTS AND COLLECTIONS I BRISTOL, Eng. .
1939-1947: I i N. F. Mott, president ot the British .. POSITION WANTED -i

15 - i Atomic Scientists Association, I aAM NN.11t .

I IIZ3139tll told newsmen it would be "futile"for Baby sitting. T..o..... ....... ,
14 BA 1TVZ IN FUND' -ffrRIBUTiONS Britain to engage in an atomic girl$. Good referem 1'L.w, ... ....... 2.I.w ..., I tVillah
I- 563i25.7i l--BENEFITS I weapons -race. He said he did 84I-J. jwt94.912. .. .. ..... ...... .....
not think the United Stales or Iron v. -" ts.t '........ ..

13 IZ-31-41 IZ-31.40-112,025cSS.78-$14.993.607.93 _--,- 1 Russiawould becaweea begin h side an atomicwar must RENT =.::..... -- III

12-31-42-$19,884,39229 ; .. know its capital city will be destroyed Newly furnished \tf**.tn Hrw- ..od a. tsttwo V ir 1M2.l. .
12 12-31-43-$32.396,61869 s j in the first day or two." bedroom flat then nfcigai- > ttia !Dr .... ....
tZ-31-44- 46,725,168.76I2 !"'" "I "That would be bound to act .
; t ator. electric rtwvr. hot watvr. ... iss /1..iltof l' 4MBM
-31-45-=58,042,404.17 t I I as a deterrent"" he added. "Not kitchen utenMta. I........ S..- ii..w.11. fea. ... .
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2.231.46.164,357,229.22ilf 1.2t.41 $70.693.0S4.10 ; ':: I I IclO j even the toughest dictator would sonal rent in adv mw. Afip y r......... a C' .... NRDAi.
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'89', -- -- Furnished five-nsm _PI..... ... irbd .. ............--
To hold Sessioll with alftpUpoI"t"**. L.I... ..... II. .... ..
i i x 150. p..esst: ...... ...... ......
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ROOMS FOR RENT
meeting of the Junior-S niori rp Ir.
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o i i High School is scheduled for to- .
7 ; Workers attention: I4.euvn.rooms M"a..va
; morrow night. January 27 at
7:30 o'clock in the High School for rent Mm odd
:i 6 r -- auditorium. I IP. I Phone 9174. >..**-* w...... --. .- ..

.-T. A. members "*ho are interested .... ....... O rlaal11M1 ......
; : 1 Furnished room '0- '"* tM .M.irr ..
in the work of the Par- I .
I ;'; em-Teachers Association have I Grinnell St. $f.2S **..:. tf M - -
been invited attend. double. ,....... .\
|I to .wow lit .Putts bs
1I Mrs. Leon Cruickshank. new- I' 11. ..........- "
.4 ;i ly-elected Room #.Iothers' chairman WANTED TO RENT w.l .A. '--

i will preside. ......... -
3e,4 : Apartment. Cuupk- wits ....... --
I 10 1- iClrclIJart For I enlisted navy HMI pmrain..J 1 ,--'. ....s ..... ..: 1..
\ ) duty. Phone 790. Ext. HI cgs IMt As.wtaw IH ftAH .r

Tourists -4/s 12. N ........ -
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1 Naval officer amt wife'. r........... .. ...sWodiallt S ...... Ass1n
'i Tonight at the Key West Wo- baby soon. drprratehr typal >i ...... .... Ma12.1tip.
I man's Club house. 319 Duval furnished up rtiM- or -...- .. .*... t.'M. wt. ii.h1p..1u.s .
!| street the chamber of Commerce Call at 1214 SemiiMtv Jit
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1939' 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 J946 1947. wil conduct its regular l....-RI a .....aa.>1 l.r Rsf ....
SOURCE: FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION"0 I weekly bridge party. Playing win -- ---- .si S.1asLiw
start at 8 p. m. and any visitors FOR SALE
TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 26.Job The fact that activity at the who are interested are invited
placements by the Florida State 38 field offices of the Employ- )i to attend. Plumbing supper >?Mim., ---=.r:

Employment Service in 1947 in- 'I I ment Service in 1947 passed til stock.: Plastic tfle. pafart. a4
previous peacetime levels' was brushes. Murray's ........... --
creased 11 per cent over 1946 attributed to several factors. 1l\k Inspection 1532 N.W. 82nd Street Miami I.eft'V -

while initial claims for unemployment Employers generally are making Fla. Phone 7-3tt |M*I.ff
greater use of the Service. Full Anderson, assistant regional -
compensation pay- ---- .. rta.s. swaod h Mort ......
ments and servicemen's Readjustment I employment during 1947 also of the U. S. Notes Promlssaryi. K eao*. Art .. .
Allowances increased played an important part. I Weather Bureau. Atlanta Georgia -I man Press Citizen Bldg phone A ..... __ -.c.- t.r11f
15 per cent Carl B. Smith Two factors influenced the j I is making a routine inspection 51. mar14-M .rlltttw ..
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chairman of the Florida Indus- I number of initial claims filed in I of the local weather bureau --- --- -
trial Commission said in com- 1947 and caused them to be j in the company of Meteorologist : 1947 PI'muuthI"I t .... ..... -

paring these activities over the higher than 1946 despite the fact i R. L. Frost. sedan 1715 W..hlt..'.... Sit -- -- -

past two years. I that generally there was a .higher I -4a .. .'.. s.5
The employment Service di- level of employment in 1947 I BRITISH CAIUISET I .. Irv W ....tttwtritlll
vision placed 148,860 workers in I than in 1946. First. the Florida I (Continued From Page One) 1946 Mf';- n. v.OUt> n.il<..: ;"'N. paar- .. 111ttt lid ... Jv
jobs during 1947. as compared unemployment compensation government[ to decreasthe valueof side "' -aU- and all .n.---.. ... .. Ill ittll .....
with 133.905 in 1946 and passed : during the summer months but the franc. The British govern Phone 9103 JeItI8I... 1 .... ...
all previous peacetime levels. : are now permitted to do so if ment's interest in keeping the -- -- --- ------- --- -
The peak of placement activities j they are otherwise qualified. I franc at its former value wa* +
is reached in the fall when hiring i Second, post-war marketingand because it was feared that if the' RIMING
for citrus packing and can reconversion problems severely value was decreased it would
ning and resort hotels and res- arr, taurants is at its height The some industries and areas dur- British pound sterling. i / W P'M M. Aw'M /Qltf

1947 peak was reached in Octo- !I ing the early part of 1947. The I' Yesterday a dollar was worth '' arilg ..jiM... attl
ber with 15.766 placements. During most prominent among these 1119 francs: but today' when the
June when placement op- was the heavy and pro-longed I devaluationcnt into effcit. 214 .. .".. .. ........' ...

portunities for the state as a lay-off in the Tampa cigar in- francs could be bought for a dol- s i.altisj. N.1 ..Ir. ttirll

whole were lowest 9.287 workers industry. The sharp increase of I lar. !' Isi. Mai .....
were placed in jobs. initial claims resulting from
The Employment Service file I this law-off is indicated in the peak is reached in J.muaryht'n .-. a1.Ma11.
of job applicants began in 19-171 1,I graph. I ithe influx of workers films
with 50,528. over 7.000 more ap I i The graph also indicates the I claims against other states thru
plicants than 1946. Following the I: seasonal pattern of initial claims I the local offices of the Florida The <- -
usual seasonal pattern the num- 'received each year, one occurmg i II j Industrial Commission is highest ; Artman Press

ber in 1947 increased to 59.478in in July when seasonal proces- and the second semi-annual Grt n. Mad Aaa Strw
July. During the last half of sing tourist activities and trade cigar worker lay-off occurs in
1947 there was a steady declinein are at their lowest employmentleveL I Tampa. : Phone 51I 'd;

the number of applications*>n At this time too. semi- I During the peak month July
file until a low of 37.:51.-rWqS annual lay-offs occur in the 1 J1947 was in November \\htn 11.-tf
reached in Dt>cemht-r. 'Tampa Haar intlu,.,try. The other 839 initial o.Idims wale fil-








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Samoa Wants 'IIIIIIIIIIII.lTII'.I..1.11T.I: ;jHERE..sr.T -.' ;' :- :": '' ,, ,. : : ; : :

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Pfo Need For When product U needed

Of Dimes i I TROPICAL TRADER : O BUYil!,: ". and there'b doubt bur U.e5. .. to whereto THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT_ r r0 \,


I Idmaed I : 718 DUVAL PHONE 1000 .............. ...........555.5555..555555.e. ........ ........ .............................................
AUCKLAND New zc.!iand.- STREET.' ; .

ai(fAr..-Iwat...S furwm r .rl,and nub in trr.trd white,]II :J Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : :If It Is. Electricalml T \, :: ,. POOR OLD CRAIGService i I I

u. New Zratand steamer : We Will Can For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS
MaUui. ashen it ainvrd at Apia fc Electrical
ttrvftUjr. I; : Appliances Repaired : : 30 Years' Experience In Electrical Work : Station : 4

Mrmbrr of the Matua'a erewfakd I ...................._.......55.5555.5.55555555555- : J. H. BRADY Manager PHOHX fmFraacte : j
the keen &*muan otocrvatrc .f.LCQLL 211 Dnyal Street .. and Dirlaioa gtraataTirew
.4 .....ua. paralyua! ptrcautioiu'brnttcfet <'5| .... *.fa. .* .. ... e .e.. : : = Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. :
sane comic tvtulu, {i i ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 : : 701 DUVAL STREET Tulx-w Battrrir Auto Acrrorfe. : .. I
Whrn the MatiM anrhurrd at i fcj HOME SUNDRY STORE : .................................s..........: .: 123 3ZMONTON STREET .: !' "Your PURE OIL and CASOUNC DraJrCAROLYN I
Uer dbect ,. ..........V................................
Apia WM no .
contact;
with Uw Kne* klatkrd' Samoans Ct 1207 DIVISION ST; NEAR COR.WHITE ST. .................................es......... DRY CLEANING. : 1...........................................;
r..*1I...tad iV* malls and .praydldiMAfcrtant : Tour'Patronage' ,Invited" : 211 S1MONTON STREET P. O. BOB 432 : NbJ4 n.trrY

...side only.8aiM on. the twt -but on I I.!.... : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine EL AUNDERS PRESSINGand : .Iltlf" '1'I.: : !r*
DYEING ......
n police armtal two I : Overseas Hotel tit tit :
Sick
.ii>t... el the chip crew who Room Supplies ..School Supplies 2-t llour Service : Q
watumt to take a wim' Uw 2 Toilet Preparations and ., DONALD HARDERV :
on Articles
I,.....* they" wire polluunc theloiter. ..................3........s......s..........,... SIGNS : DELIVERY FREE PICK-UP SERVICE and : : / Spetto&M la :

: ..'.............5.555.5.55..555ee555..5.5..55.e5 : Sales-LICENSED-Rentals : : Scalp. Try.atmrnt.. lIalr. f J.'''j :
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\VrUDAY IN:' mSTOUY) I i S MUi1FORD\ and ROSS : :.......Outdoor.......Advertising.........On...the...Florida......Kmjt..........: ..................... :i...I I'lume......1/J...:.........../GNM.....sR...T..wa.r e............: .:..

I KNOW America). I ; 220 DUVAL STREET __ : ,..........e..........S, ....................... ......a.............. ............................................t

....IXO.....-..Cnngrram for the pro IJbrary+i'Jr 'for oCCenirrM. a J Exclusive Monroe County Distributors PRITCHARD RUSSELL'S : : STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK :

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teed. 1280 for ,%try day o( neunary : Air-Conditioning : FUNERAL DRY LOPEZFuneral : i in All Branches Ii-t. :
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GOODS }
lOt-llMtfltic. Senator Daniel for Domestic ami Commercial Use, : : :. 1'I.orouahly EzperlCDCed : .

.a.&ft', splash in reply, to .:.. .IM................PHONES.... 9150I : HOME : 110C OLIVIA STREET Service Cperators I
Hay* In the U !l S*naU> I IIW7 ... Soft Water Ur d Lxdaatvdt :
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Btatrhnnd. 2Cth hUtr i Let Those Serve ; ; .. : Phone G37 536 Fleming Sl. !
ISO Th lloUey Converter t S IF'/io Serve Best ; : !> FiinrralDirrclors .. ... ... .. .. S...............
fr making Ilvwemer tcrl pa. : HOT POINT : ; Specializillg.: : anti! : ..............................................
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......... S WE: HAVE NEVER ; inWomen's : : : : F"-.r Customers, Friends and the 1'ubhe 1v.d :
Stlf-Fcderal Ford| Chief ; ELECTRIC .RANGES and APPLIANCES : BETRAYED A TRUST- ': Ea+haluters ,
11 .ver d. rr.> whratlr. Man4a4 Repairs on Sewing Machines & All Electrical Appliance. : WE NEVER WILL '. : and.: : 21-Hour Frances Beauty Salon i
and "'.I'd......" mratkrsYyrsd.ys CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : ... Tranm Task Qwarf

liar .nd Mid Haturday iwrklrM." Thur i I Home 605 Simonton : : Ambulance SericcTelephone : Children'sApparel ': : Ambulance. ; 1010 CRIMMELL STltECTlleauly :::

tll-Germany aicru a nun j Appliance Ph. 11 cr 2r3.* :: 51$ : ".: : '% Culture In oil its rJuuq : !Ii

ifmaton. pact with l\tnd.IITT I ..................................1......e.....: Service Is; Permanents Scalp TiaotoaOfttt :
-Srmtary nl Labor JVr- r f.......................................... Never Sleeps ;. : : Phone 135 : : Facials Malt; ulaq
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kiss rebuke Grnetal Motor Night Shampoo
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tor' its-stake Th* Itabam tMML bomb Sali I I j'IM1 S i: R I? HOUSEHOLD .e OOOOOOOI .e.......................ea......... ...................... ................d.For..Appointment.........Phoa.....1991..........!'
(J, '' i fe |; !!. Jfl.1. RUSSELL .............................e..... toooooooMarion's .
a* rv "" GOODS I55..5555............ '
!H2-Frlt C'ent.-nt. of the |J1. 80S WILLIAM STREET PHONE 831-H : J A. llYERS CAS.\ Co\\0 : t.:
tans Amctlcan. A. 11 F land inJC1hKa : 0 : 11UrsU: ':1
...... C;ja'W :? BARGAINS in RUGS SPREADS CURTAINS : : ; Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. BEAUTY SALON: C :
I O-U. H. Marine will tome LUNCHEON SETS : licensedPAINTING
905 Jr* MI Gua4lranaL ,.'%.: : BATH SETS BLANKETS DRESSES ETC. : "Southernmost House in USA- fe* Hf. :
1.44- American and Allied | .. Call 831-R and Goods Will Be Brought to Your Door : : :i' : 1400 Duval Stre t TcUphoa. 1JU, ** 'T"aP, :
to slams, ContractorFREE : .Expert Hair Tinting .Halt Cuttin W<' .
ft ce* puh MI I J. : CASH or TIME PAYMENTS : : CONCH SHELLS : 4

Clark IMV-UacArtliut FMd In duve. frwr on Manila.take I 11 I Jj ......*..*......................................i : ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : : All Sizes Personalized Corective Permanents Facials.SlyBagv;.*....... J I ::

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A etica I Hr. a 17 1-Jc wage in- '1 i 5.5.555.555e555.55..15e5..5t ........................,.............ie ..... COCOANUTSSPONGES ....................... ...........s............
tft-*** U ........ t.000 thriHinh rule 5 I Sa,'c 207o t) a ...... ...................................S.5 ............................................e
lethal U. .**t.in. without being OD dwellings. F.i Insurance : : LAWN Maintenance : for More "..,- ; .
... : F A TVTiCe A D Tl if val Hair Ttart
.rria.a4y IhfvatetM by .1.ike i i1M7 mere s D tile IjAlllJoLiAl :
-f m.ier liner Moore bldgs! house. b Y INSURING with : M.L\\J, vPRUNING.TOPPING : s s 19 or rmnin .
4m to. pUn cr..ah In Drnmark. I ILxbout hold FILL- Top SOIL.LOTS Cleared and HEDGE Trimmed. Pf..***.
S :anal effects: L" Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co.5avt : : : Will Ship to Any Port : WarmBeauty. :
kill. < Marl Hauled, $5.00 for 4 Yards Also Lots S of US. or Canada :
l O Airx-t leans arc 15CV on AU Policies Non-Assessable
el .U automobile &riMlrnts in an | MercamUle : : Cleared and Marl Spread .Very. Reasonable : Marcy S. Palacio 1
tt w*<* 4*>* I Ir",1111A i \ Stock 1. L. Crusoe Agt. Phone 674 .

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: : 116 DUVAL STREET : I School
M. Daniels. Phone 1013
: 822 Fleming St. R. Prop.
: Open Daily and Sunday, .. :: Soles Lk as d :

RADIO us loran Motor\ Scooters :: SERVING 5P.M.to1A.M.TCOMPLETE :: Appraisals Leases : t Sp Moat dei Med.rat itN M : 1a

: : Salts and Service Immediate Delivery ; Dinners
: f : : Rentals : Pirn** Also A La Carte and SandwichesREASONABLE s
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Iltuld, Scats.l'ar1Ung Service : PRICES : Management : : IVIrphonr 206 for ApM inlinrntSEHABLAESPANOL :
SERVICE ; ............e.....................e.......... improved and Vacant | *************
ttff Flags; 41 i' : +.....eee...................e................r Properties in Key West : ............................e........s...e..
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Footrcbla 8 P':i !. ',' ; 2612 HARRIS AVENUE : KIRCIIIIKIINEUREALTOR: : : Daily. between 9:39 AM. and Priccs&
!I PHONE 1301 S p ; Y" We Repair and Rewind All Types of ; : P.M.-Appointments are :
Also DAYTON: BICYCLES and ; 411 Fleming Street ; : from public by Senior '" :
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Pick-Up null : : STKELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : ELECTRICAL MOTORS ; : 919 Whitehead Street" :- TheSouthernmost i

Urlh cry :.............................e..............e... : WORK CALLED FOR and DELIVERED : Phones 124 and 736-R :. School" :
.....................,. .............................................. WPI10NE! l1&Just Ask for BRITTS ; ......................, i
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I.................... : SEE THE NEW MODELS"Monarch OF THE the Air" ;: ............................e................ i of Beauty Culture t: ,

: Auto :. .: MAJESTIC\ i NOW ON of DISPLAY :. Are You Covered Financially? ri INSURANCEOFFICE "i 523 Southard Street /( .

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Electrical Wire Recorder- It ADI O PJlfIllVropJ) : : The Financial Responsibility Laic is:. Now : .. : of state approved instruction who knew It.. ...... :
: :. .: AD Jdeol GUI LiteroTiadeIa Allowance : : Effective All Oitnrrs o)Autos and Trucks( : : : phases in beauty culture. These stiKlrwl hrvabr....... .
: In and Let Us 72zi' Law Jt You' S unit"C\ suixcvtSM)n of a. (b.tnx d c".M'fwco ..t a
Drop Explala TodytKey
Service :. : Bring Your Radio for Repair : 521 Sf n-'inIr l> : t. .\U\y ctitturc( do Rood work at very *.w prw*. Ata
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: I. to A Radioman : West Insurance Co. STEET( : : though appoirAmcnU: air not Trquirtii' it fa My..Mc :
B.t.I.10! Charged :.' I. : : : For Appointment Slop at :

:. fttarten:aM a..tonUIITS and! 24-Ilour Radio ....316...SIMONTON..........STREET..................PHONE......1371REPAIRED.....:. Opposite Bus Station :' :.......523....SOUTHARD..........e ST....,..or..PHONE........537........:
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1CMTIONMOTOR: : : IJ (:!1-; Repair Service I PHONE NO. 1 I..............................................

TUKE: UP : : y ..f" 1.1.: '!I j .B BICYCLES rue ; : Just Arrived-COAT SUITS Sec .Ia.T'.......< :
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t"T" DRESSES..Lace Trimmed SLIPS.PANTIES.GOWH9 :
FOR RENT
-; SALE : -TIIEIJorlerlHcli;-- : ... Lovely DRESSES for .
lUtFLUAIiMEK ,1 FOR Children Drape C.rtslas
: t, rAI sMuSlcCo. : beets Pillow Cases.. Combination TABLE and I'LOOftHAMiLro :
Our Customers Must Be
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: III I Dual Street : ; The Latest 629; Ealim Street ; 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : Company! ; i MERCANTILE CO. I

.:.......PHONE......41........:. :.........RECORDS..HIT...............PHONE.........10....lWlictt .' ........ OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE :.....................: : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET TELEPHONE: 111* :,
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:. 1 Food Shopping. :
tIt. : Paa eenguRrpftH'lllath' : Uc Sure to Gel. ; i BENDIX Entire House with .
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DIVISION STREET : f. i : CALL iai2 FOR
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: The Foundation of Today's : to the 1
DR. COBO'SOFFICE : Meal Planning ; : COME BRING YOUR LINKS GOLF ft r-. : Key West :

:.:. : BUNDLES up t to 10 Tbs. 45c :: }; ,
rxxxma STREET : FAHALDO PHOlfE ; : ..J1fJh Floor
: .. KatalPHONE RALPH : Covering Co.
'.: 11. La Ca cha> Key West Agent 284 S Soap. Detergent and Bleach Supplied : Han Fun! :
:. 124 : OPEN DAILY and SUNDAY-8 A.M. to 8 P.MV'llJrl"I'IIIIIIIIIIA. : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : 118 DUVAL STREET

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returning to their homes in the village of Montefiore on the I : prices. Editorially, your
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from the walls in the old quarter of Jerusalem. None in this .. -- ;: is in behalf i iI
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I--....*.T**IHW..I I DR. GLENN THEODORE SEAEORO (right). 35, nuclear c1emla -. ifl i:4
Jai. 22-: W. A. ef Berkeley CalhV iTes'a'plaque at a banquet in'Chat>.
taaooga. Teniu. in honor of the 10 chosen by the U.S.*Junior
*h.ud* a rtMtvW* of the Slat
Chamber<-Ccmmerce es Ua siatiot 's outstanding young men
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fen Ww U f eht years '
t of 1147., Presentation is made by John B. Shepperd (left). national -
ad. a*** Ie ..*.t fuur years a GERRY PINDER f'
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president of the Jaycees. Harold Stassen (center) Republican t t tI i
........ .! th* Slat Rood<< DCn presidential, candidate. was guest speaker at..the :.,.; ,. .:Plram Director of the .Anjiy and Navy YMCA

_anst +wnre4 faday hit banquet. I : .. Tuke lli.:1'rtr: Musical Shore lute _

taadsd..t for Governor stating ,---- -- ..- .- ; .
..1 .. mendftil I am akin 1 FLORIDA'S BUS-RIDING DEER RAUL'S :CLUB r

Il.. ...... rtarMtens. lo entrust ---- / .
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W In tN. .r .,.,.'t'f to d9a
I-.... dsamg the next four fI
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-1 ,MM sirs ali++dfw) at IhU. for
.. tntf..ttant rpotrent that a
..... f.*r ye.r* ,.ltl. I t. record' 1
ed .. .... fill In* moat vital pin *- ,. : '44t t
tWe lilt lane history of our
.ta.i.-.... .Ut. ,.hen.. .. the first x
.*.. v.. xwrfr *ti the marrh of .g
..<.... !..*!>. t<* our DrmocraMr -
!..!. mvml..r in a wurkl 1APIIT. Y,
fill m....,. bMt M thv dignity ofsfcMtfcMwi. t I r
a t n rtrrcy ever tI
at. .. Mir 4an..... of u urprs I It" '
..w. deny theirNa4.wkIbve MARGE SJURSEN and GERRY FINDER!:

twit Uve in An Outisanding. Dancing Duo
.e ip..ni ..IN ........ MT state and local I a .. : Dancing "Claire de Lune". Wirsaw Concerts.
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affair frrr fill IVH. Tai on the i
.t -, r 1- a Assisted by the Corps de KHet
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r I a t I THE MELLO-AIRES. GIRLS' TRIO '

SSyW Veda Thompson. Doreen Cruz and Coralie Schrader ..y "
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SUPT. ALLEN CROWLEY of Florida Myakka Park near Sara- .w
/ toll watches as "Baby Snooks". a bus-riding deer leans from a The Little Theater Group of the Army and Navy YMCA --

schpo! bus after an 18-mile ride. Wandering from park headquarters takes its new musical show. "Here's To Music" to Raul's Club.
the doe jumped into the bus when it stopped to unload
next Friday evening, January 30. Key Westers and winter
I school children.: Since se was a fawn "Baby Snooks" has met :
visitors will find in store for them one of the most colorful
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bus loads of children arriving in the park for nature study classes.THREE
musicals produced here in the Island City in many years.

"f..a' ait at I..3a... : V. '
I.*MUiiM.U. kU IIM feOVr R1'a' I Ia ... Raul Vasquez.. congenial- i: host and owner of the club: together CARLOS WHrTLOCK: USN
Ii .4.h..p. T..i..14.e.N HOTELS VMTATVTT\\ \ at POPULAR PRICES :
.... .4 .*.. IW.k*..:Zr*._ ;. with his',assistants. ill be on hand person ly-to greet Tenor from the Boca Ckiza Aa 8a o
'Located in tine Heart of the City those :
attending:
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Rate Write or Wb
-BICYCLES- ,'I S a.ontbl. ROOMS for Reservations John Pritchard and his orchestra most popular band in BEATRICE! MORtno

with BATH and TELEPHONE Key West, will furnish the dance music for the evening's affair. al the Piano lor the Snow

..-. aH Rented I The Theater Group will present three shows during the evening

I Ford Miller\ at 10:15.11:30: and 12:30.: : Each show will be different.
AIM Is ttMk-irrw: : Pershing
ADMISSION: TlrkH'. JKIJ.ll. '1'*, hs.Isaivi'
sic:\wS: TRICYCLESWACO.NS
I Hole) Hotel Hotel Dancing will be in between the show numbers. Contributions '

OTERS 10 ilL 3rd St 32S N.Etat A..... 229 N.E1st A... to the March of Dimes will be made from the evening' May B. Obtained at ir. Y.M.CA. CM

SKATES 10 Rooms 100 Room? 80 Room receipts. and at THE MUSIC BOX. TK D....! SC
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,I ,I. FELLER SIGNS WITH INDIANS AGAIN STASSUN TO IllkN +eltkit! 11hsi.r'.rA

Cilmores Defeat Pirates, .>___-"- _--, _____k.T .-.---- I I March Of Dimes Campaign I I Ohio(Continued primary From to be Pate held OM..* -- tM e n

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:I fI Blue Sox Beat San Carlos Going Forward As Local wee Ohio k.s from is the tomorrow.home state of Srw- 1 Ns It fl/.. ....C. ...tlrrr. 1rrN. e

t I I II ator Robert O. Taft. also an a*...- tbw. ....... wr rpl

;, rart for the irTmii *H*... MMd ra.tt tlttetlaIII'iI'I'I

In Baseball Games Sunday 7 Contribute what ho thought of 5Mi'i -- ---
., I Organizations j\corning in Ohio TaM re..... .
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i -I think he will regret he ,..,

"HilHlM' U 3-1 liT .PITCHING. r i 1 EARLY EVERY GROUP'' Sta&sen. during the Mat sea. 10. 1.-
1 i days, will make' sperche. .*.lithe k..dad l.w a s41t.Inea wr .

tit 'um: LUCAS, tJ?A]r'11'.lIIII OF CITY GIVING TIME Fleet Reserve object of promotmc Sax rati" bad Nor. t.-iu5. la ti' ..a ..-
) did<"y. in Vernnrtnt.. Maine ... -t
New llamr -hiie New liampaliir* III '.a'-ft". I ,..,.....
!Mil jURS TAKE: CON- Raises $707 For \
OO
Navy
AND MONEY TO TillS Nets $lOO. will be the first Uwtrnc; trawtd w .t 1.6\ I" 'i. -......

nn32: Drive I for RrpuhJuan randsrt4.s.*. t _..I Ni .
In Dunes
I IPW.cI WORTHY CAUSE; MarchOf DirsiestThe !
I will be the- first state to .boll a .......'f IP

$3. the. three-hit" pitching A held Saturday I Going into its final .I -UflyLurra.. the USS GilWar party Commissioned i! 1343 Match of Dimes gained imppehrs '' the Fleet Reserve Association* ; April 6. while' in pra- l ca4ttr. ev
night the
at ........ inrtt..* Ohprimaries
ether! MK *-
the k-end <<
over past we cry
etUted out the Pirate. 2-2. Fort i
Officers' Mess at Taylor : I Branch 56. and the Auxiliary
; with five will lie heM. *" May 4
organizations spon."rI
I .Ill ti* first tame of a double yielded a total of $707.39 for behalf of the March of Dimes SUmrn .. ,
Res inn special events with success It was said that w> A
k.adcr. at the Army Barracks the March, it of was Dimes announced campaign : I and the trett corner show and Campaign, was held Friday likely' to get much of a rrrfw 1ftI 1 ;

I ).*....y afternoon. In the today. c/illcction. showing marked jm- night, and though all ticket returns in Vt"TnJftnt. Maine aH N vHampshire.
ftlcMrap. the Blue Sox beat & nCaMha The money will be forwarded r rovement have not been turned 1 in.i(I' Just at prwt, n

-. t.4. .in 10 innings. to the 7th Naval District Friday night the Jays-nees and it is expected the amount to be ....d many thfui-wrris nf Mitru
Tl Gihftor headquarters at Jacksonville fleet Reserve unit and its aux- turned over to the local March;'| Republican arc" interr+"M-d In fi
with
y cane up thence it will go directly iliary staged dances and cpbarets; of Dime Fund will be over $lM. :i Grnen-l' McArOmr'- rardahwllowever. \'
j thtls. first win .la the second' hAlf to the National Foun- Saturday night the American Legion The tacky costumes were i j it was said in Mil n,

I i .4 the. bland City Winter dation for Infantile Paralysis. s"c ,:: held a .mH.wrM h...l l

I Lfatfue. ljurra. a newcomer inthe Half of the money raised night at its Stock Island home, the preliminary selecting "! teen If..t"i"d l (roles Mc.ithuFrtm : i
Oil.***. pitching staff. best4 will be credited to the Key \.t' \'r p..t.. ., and Juventud Allegre. Cuban- and the final selection by audi- i T..ky.. a ri.%..**.* w.s *.

I U.. Ihtalea' MC hurler Babe. West fund. PITCHER BOB FELLER (left) and Bill Vecck. president and American social club :staged:; a ence applause Miss Rhoda Deal ''reived j stating 'that hr HK : successful dance at the Cuban and Mack McCardle won the 1\ fused to comint in ,tt, MaifK1I I
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the Cleveland Indians. discuss Bob's 1343 contract
LaMres.Tw cf
owner $
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Club. All these affairs were I activity m his b'4i..10(. It M s," O.o O'
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walk and Stm& Tex- I which he signed shortly afterwards. Terms were not announced. I P ,
well-attended and their proceedswill During the evening the local further that he i> red lik-> tlie "
j a* Lg er into renterfield gave Veeck said Feller will continue baseball's highest paid
but as
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I 1 State Drive back th fmlrH
be added to the Dimes March pf Dimes talent group in I" EXTIApltesart irtt1i
the liUmnte. a run in the pratt I player. Last year he earned $87.000. M.i.II
....... The Pirates knotted the The Weather fund. presented their acts and the | the time the leluhhran t i II
I I I fromGENUINE t1!.!..
t Complete figures are not yet four young ladies vieing for the their national l rf tmrMi'm &n
: art" ** l la the fourth inning when
E. I available but will be publishedas title of Miss March of Dimes Iluladriphia in JuneSuhsmrie
mnnd sinfled. went
Alburjr I
!. serond bilk and rode MIAMITEAMTOO soon as possibleThe were introduced and passed I -
on a FORECASTKey .
Outdoor Motor Club o' Thr l'iSlet-it
through the hall to receive many
.tame ... R. Smith' single. The 1
Utknore took the lead. once' I West and Vicinity Considerable Key West added S5t Sunday nations ---- FORI
cloudiness this after- with its boat races and regatta at Branch and Auxiliary
The
in. the fifth on a walk aatftgle.
gain noon and tonight; clearing Tues- the naval seaplane base. The
thank all who helped to make
double and error. MUCH FOR
I a an day. Continued cool today crowd that attended saw plentyof jetils
i The Pirates fell short of tying colder tonight Moderate to fast action and their contri- this dance a success and e'- Help You ACCESSORIES
Ivan for his
the cart 'In the siith when D n-I\I fresh northeasterly winds. : pecially Raggett

(f j pjr was LaUi safe on. Oed an error Pirate stole shorUtop sec-,t j I portion Florida early: Considerable this morning fog;south oth- LOCAL OUTFITUniversity March butions Splendid of were Dimes coperation well talent repaid.of troupe the i., help cooperation., and in presenting the performers the find for their talent Plan Your Floors IAMB

third, and borne.
Ml CMMMKI Alburjr Pirate catch erwise creasing partly cloudiness cloudy followed today. In-by made professionals up of local from entertainers various nightclubs and .I frrr f-Tsfimnfr (;;,...n O KlAn AW> Il'r" 1'111.

ft. fed the hitters with two singles Of Miami Car* Asphalt Tila
occasional rain tonight and Tuesday have made the nightly I -
la three tries. Cooler extreme south March of Dimes shows at Duval .Rubber TJ 0 Sl'9TUiHTs
with thrills. por- crs Emerge With Victory NEW AIibrUN COACH I IT
la a game packed tion today, otherwise littre cbang and Southard streets highly suc i Cork TUe
.lift. catches, and a series of argwiwats in temperature. Iti Overtime Period} Of f--- r; ---_--.---- cessful. .Plastic Floor Tile SIH MfHH
Blue Sox squeezedfftit -T
the ePlastic Wall Tile
Much of this success is due to
Jacksonville
the Florida
$ derision San Car- through Play 1'i 0 IVIAfII iIIA IM
a .4 over Straits: Moderate north to the work of City Commissioner ..Sroadl.U.eCapello .
|. U I'| Inaincs. The came was
na Louis Carbonell who acts as ma- Son to Wilkenses Wool flues
northeast winds today tonight In
played under protest of Manager an excit.ng game which GAS TAW I WMftw CAr
the Acoustic Ceilings
ter of ceremonies, to enter-
and Few showers
lfart. VakWi of San Carlo. I Tuesday. in was forced to go into an overtime A son was born at 6:30: a m. toddy .Hardwood
tainers who knock themselvesout 1'loetia9
S south and central portions today. period the freshmen of the the West
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fUn Carlos scored" twice in the in Key Municipal
four contestantsfor Forraisa for Sinks
the
and to
first. mnin. .a singles. by ClaudeVsJdM. I Increasing cloudiness tonight and University of Miami nosed the Hospital to Mr. and Mrs John i
March of Dimes Counters. Tables
DeWitt Roberta and Tuesday followed by occasionalrain I I Key West High School basketball the queen Wilkcns, 86-3 Poinciana The infant tCf; 1
title who help with collections i Floor S adia? sad
Mart .Ikrnandrs. The Blue Sox Tuesday. five in the local high school weighed seven pound 15; II IIi (i1IU .
RefmUhings
East Gulf of Mexico Moderate
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tied It la their half of them gym Saturday night i ounces. I ,
up I.
northeast to cast winds today ;!:)
..md. on two singles and an The score was tied at 38 points ft j ..
and Increasing Modern floors Till
tonight Tuesday. each at the end of regulation FEBRUARY 2U I
swtfwld fly .
cloudiness today followed .
list Cafloa. went ahead onceagain occasional play. In the three-minute over- (Continued d From Page One) OFFICE.
la the fifth when they and Tuesday.by rain tonight i'I time the University of Miami I delay final action on the to- lODerS SUPPLIES: j. I..
ptt..hcd acroM two more runs on I Jacksonville to Apalachicola:I team managed to get four bacco measure pending the appointment 126 Duval SL I Otiilrarlor: MfHtfH Mnl.
.#d ter enets. No* small craft or storm warnings I I I points and won the game 42 to of a new commissioner Lopez Bldg ",
1434 VIRGINIA STREET:
The Sox scared once in their have been issued. ( 38.The It is expected the commission IVorcrosi anil Gibbon 1IIIWt. !.' ". ,
talk* by Vidal and Roberts 1 outstanding; players on 9 1ib will approve of the selec Lino of PHONE I ISM) lip w. r'

hatf at the sixth on a walk. ReportKey I I the Key West team were Galey lion of Huter G. llprdcn who 'II"" J&...__
.. error sad Clayton Sterling's I I Sweeting and Hulburn Roberts. cast nearly enough votes in the Valentine Cards
a>..... They tied' It up in the West Fla. Jan. 26, 1943 1 The play of these two was highly last general election to be cl- I,
Moth who Ralph Arnold singl- (Observation taken at City Office i commended by Coach Paul ccted. to the commission. ROYAL STANDARD
8.30: A.M.. EST: ) Carif 10 of the University of Mia- s toI I TYP"EWRITERS andROYAL
sot stoat second was sacrificed I The commission is expected BROADWAY sue MARKET
t. third and scored' on a wild Temperature I I mi. meet today to study the budget PORTABLES

LMI prtrh. Highest yesterday ___ ._ 75 i:I Sweeting was especially good. as submitted to it at last Tues- CALL 250
The Sox won the game in the Lowest last night M 66 i.I He has now graduated and was day's meeting by City Manager Duval and Petrorua Streets Key We* | u..4Consislenlly .

EMU on Joe Navarre's double. Mean ._n mn 70 playing his last game in the Ralph D. Spaldmg I low Pr:<" Cwy iy M l 1M W..6
fielder's choice, and an Infield Normal uu 70 high school uniform. Coach (-\1' \"ircrh.to, Tomorrow a public hearing: is
I tt M. Precipitation i I i Pepper is now looking aroundfor to held on the 1943 budget at Sin STRAND THEATRENow '
V. Vidal. San Carlo. first base- Tots Hast 24 hours .01 ins. i ii substitute: for Sweeting t EARL 14. BROWN (above). city hall when citizens mayor I Showing 1 .. F.r "AV.

..*.. lied the hitters with three Total this month .93 ins. The outstanding 'players on' coach at Canisius Ccllege in may not protest the measure "THEY WONT BELIEVE: ME" :
IMgb.e la. four tries. Departure this month.68 ins. '.the Miami team were Forward I Buffalo; N. Y. has been named { Robt. Young Susan Hayward 'GGO T..d Yl.1
: Bat. .......: Total this year .99 ins. O'Neill and Guard Duqutte. Re- I : "
:1 I head football coach Alabama
; at
fcrces Kermit
this were Sweeting
Departure year.63 ins.
., rtftST Pka GAME.. Relative Humidityat i and Kenneth Solomon; the timekeeper Polytechnic Institute at Auburn FOR SALE I WILD Starting BILL HICKOK Tuesday RIDES' Heavy GRADE WYstera"A" II'Rfftlyn.r) I AMMOUftft.'
HSUCIO
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I'lamAB n II ''0 AL 8:30 A.M. was Claude Valdez and |I Ala. He succeeds Carl Bruce Cabot-Constance Bennett ,
.1 A/brny. Sb a 0 0 I 01 89% I the scorekeeper was Andy Wi- I BEEF
Voylss: who recently left Au-
BarometerSea thers. 1936 Ford Tudor
I 11. ...18.., a. a I 0 I 21co. I : MONROE THEATRENow
..... t.2b a 0 0 8 0 ( Level) 8:30 A.M. burn under fire because of his Showing

rOo AIburJ. b-c a I 2 0 2 30.16 ins.-1021J mbs. 'Dimes9 Ilia : team's poor season.V'r SEDAN "CHINA POBLANA" Chuck D"
Tomorrow's Almanac [goGames Good Mechanical ,,, Jt
tlahanqIf. 2 0 0 0 0 S T rOO() Maria Felix y Miguel intact
It. Smith rf a 0 1 0 0 Sunrise -- 7:11 a.m.. Condition M i t)
Picttir
V VFW Spanish ;
u. Imo's- p a 0 0 I 1 Sunset m.. __ 6:09: p.m. Ky i l: Ready: dab -APPLYTONY'S ; Roast 1 llCMft,

Ar.ngn rf 1 0 0 0 0 Moonrise __- ____, '7:56 p.m. I Auto f Sorting Wednrvley
Body
Ladies 2
I, tAb...ouusf 20000 Moonset .- _--__.n_ 8:32: a.m. Nights. I l Meels TomorrowThp I "THE OUTLAWJne I POUND OYIIt

; A. a..anIb I '". 0 0 2I 0t Chairman Edna R' Js Johnson ; Shop Russell.Jack Buctcl ,
TIDES ,I .tales-. 2d 2 31$ 5 Tomorrow to the Veterans of Foreign Order of the Eastern Star will '
GilaarePlayv (Naval Base) Wars 3911 will sponsor bingo hold a meeting tomorrow afternoon I H 49c 79c

I ._ AD It II 1'0 Ahwttl I (Eastern Standard Time) ,games:! at the Army-Navy Y..M.- : beginning at 3 o'clock. in : ;
ab a I 0 2 1 High Low C. A. (formerly Jacksbn Square the home of Mrs. Jennie Fae !
MrGnwi, c1 3 110 II 1112: am. 452am.: U. S. 0.) on Tuesday and Wednesday : Bervaldu 215 Washington street 1
Atitith. a 2 I 1 4 1 10:49 p.m. 4:04 p.m. 8 until I llpm. The public !; The club is raising a fund to
'....null. 2h 2 0 0 '7 2; in invited to the Y. M. C. A. : hu'ld headquarters and Mrs. NU-MAID"oST u 39cCalifornia
2 0 1 i (I II. ADDITIONAL
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Iiirnp'r. Ib TIDE DATA IH0ME1
club on these two niter ,j BervaWi requests all members
3 0 1 0 II'
Lures. p Reference Station Key West
I All proceeds shall go to the to bring their building couponsto
I u.rrMAft. .. 3 0 0 1 2 Time of| Height o* March of Dimes. the meeting tomorrow. Mor.iI' ?
1....I..ok.. If.d 3 0 0 0 C''St.UODTIde (1h1h watt I. ---
Iti.s'y. d.1I 3 0 0 0 0' Bahia HondaOhr.. StrawberryPresrvsi34
t MR.; (:JUJUVISITS: *SKID ROWAF c
- (bridge) _.10 mm. 0.0 fL
T.e.1a2.. 3 4 21. I 6.'I No Name Keyf 2hr '
Seat. by innings: R. II E (east side) -20 nun. t I HERE IS ONE POST-WAR FROM I BLUE PLATE
iVates 000! lot 0-2 3 2:t Boca Cbicaohl'. C REVOLUTIONARY HOME PORCHES
Uilmnr 100 020 K-3 4 I:I Sandy Pout) 40 mice IMPROVEMENT FOR YOUR I' MAYONNAISESUPER """ 45 I.I.I
1# CrrorsC.: Albury 2. Lucca 2tlftUfcrmk Cfcldcs Channel +2hr. t -+
.1 4rI WINDOWS DOORS
PORCHES
bated in: E (north end -10 -
runs ) min. +1.4 ft. TOG
'I ....u.. R Smith. Stcngcr; two oOo I L After more than 100.000 installations and SUDS '
.... hit: E. Smith; stolen base: (NOTE: Minus sign corer 12 years of research and development we _:__ 37cPETER
/ D. .....,'" 3.; left on bates: Gil tions to be subtracted. Plus I now are offering the new and better -- .
.war* 4,. Pirates 4; struck out: bJ;y sign-corrections to be added.) original patented PANPEANUT -
'I a. .Uttres. II. by Lines 4: base I E: 1948 A
.* bU: off G. Lastres 4: balk' Hernandez 3b 5 0 2 1 z: "' MODEL BUTTER .
'tavea 2; hit by pitcher: LuceIfttlMero I J. Garcia, rf-lf _. 5000 PERMANENT ALUMINUM .. *. 29c

( ). lacing pitchen G. Las- C. Garcia, 2b 3010 INTERLOCKING LOUVER -------
ices. pitcher wen; um- Diaz .. Y HUNTS
winning p.- 501 1 6 t 1P A ADJUST ARI.F. 5.IN-1
art. .: VtlUreal... and Rivers; scot- Paso, c 2 0,14 r, >
m Castancda; time of gam! COMBINATIONR FRUIT COCKTMLv3x<
111. 'Totals 39 :4 12 30 1 Outride; Venetian Blind .

SECOND CAME Blue Sox 020 001 001 1-5 10 .FuU-Vifw Awning CAMPBELLSTomato
Blue Sox S. Carlos 200 020 000 0-4 12 1 Storm Shutter
flaverAB R II! PO JMwId&a. '\ Errors A. Acevedo. E. Act .Ventilator R
If :S. 0 1 :5. o vedo Fernandez L. Valdez Santana Soup 2
A. ArrvnhK 3b :S. 0 I 4 I I 3. J. Garcia: runs batted ir .Prowler Guard ;. 21c
Naratra. r 4 2 1 6$4.ehng. I Arnold Fernandez Hernamlc I Installed outside on screen frames and

& Ib 3028G tuo-base hits: A. .Acevedo. NJ' V adjusted from the inside with windows O MUSSCLJ4AN -
Arrvrdo. cfArnold. 4 1 0 2 II varro. Sterling, stolen bases: Tae opened or closed.

2bfvnuntlrt. 5 2 2 3 A \'eda. Arnold. C. Albury. L. nn 10 % DISCOUNT FROM APPLE JELLY
MMatUrs. 4 0 0 1 7' Valdez C. Valdez Hernandez : L,.31c

cfC. 3021 0 I sacrifice hit: Fernandez, left o I: JUNE 1 1,1947 Price List O .
Albury rf I 0 0 0 bases: San Carlos 10. Blue So x Sdowwhite POUHD i u* M,. i mxow
U VaUrc. p 4010 2.1' ; double play: Santana to V Phone 1042
- dill; struck out: by L. Valdez I: I Trained engineers and estimators are available Cauhflovver7 | Onions
Total...- 40 5 10 30 14l 1 1ftaa J 'bases on balls: off L. Valdez :3. 'VMrrpIioto) E without cost or obligation to you. M ( m 79.
Carlos I off Diaz 1 wild pitches
; : Diaz. ]I' u.s _
Ka IPOTATOES
SEVENTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD ED H. CRUMP (right) of Memphis -KEY WEST-
PUmAB R II PO A' Valdez 2; hit by piecher: Di.ot a it -
C. V..... cf 5 I I 5 (I:. Acevedo), L, Valdez (Vida l veteran Tennessee political leader gestures with his cane VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY
fUa>ta a. s* 5013 21 j Paso); losing pitcher Diaz; wu in talking with hief of Detectives: Walter Storms of Chicago W S 10 u. 45
Vidal Ib 4 1 3 13 0 t j rung pitcher: L. Valdez; umpire : after taking a police-escorted: tour of Chicago's "Skid Row" 120 Duval Street Jefferson Hotel Bldg.
*.breta.lf .5223H O. Rivero and Villareal; score r: tenderloin district. Crump was police commissioner of Memphis CALL 1042 for Estimates
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